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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Seek lo Stir Up Attorney era! to for Great Labor Day Ctle- bration The Trades ind Labor Council an, important meeting In the J.sbor Hall last evening, the chief business feeing to .discuss the Labor bar cele- are co-operating this year with, the G.W.V.A. to make Iho September holiday a regular field day wlilch Will laic the form of track ani field events at tho exhibition grounda. A strong committee was appointed to act- iu conjunction frith the Veterans, mid a joint.meeting of the two bodies quarters on Friday ereulng ot this week. Tho different committees will llicu be appointed to handle the af- fair. a Commission A communication Was read from the Calgary Trades Council protesting cgalnst the action of the Attorney (icneral in not appointing a commis- sion r.s called for by the Factories Act lo Investigate wages and conditions cf omployees in stores and factories. The Calgary Trades Council passed the following resolution, which had been forwarded lo the Premier, C. Stewart: "Whereas it IE now eighteen months Bince the Factories Act was amended providing for the appointment ot a commission to determine a minimum wage for girls; and the attorney-general has repeatedly Ignored our request to ap- point a commission; "Therefore he It resolved; that this Trades and Council petition the Premier to transfer the administration of the factories Act from the attorney- general to some other member of the cabinet who could fce entrusted to ad- ininlster it properly." Thc'loral Trades'Council, alter dis- cussion, decided to forward a similar the Premier, Hon. C. Stewart. ;_ Apply for Board The delegate from the-Carpenter's Union reported that the members had applied 16? an arbitration board to seltle their grievances, and the following motion wns carried: :lh'e Lethbrldge Trades and on record as sup- porting the Carpenter's Local Union j in their demands for the same-scale ot wages' as also favoring on arbitration board to settle their grievances." Labor Sports Tho committees from tha two or- ganizations (tho. Trades and I.abor Council find the 0. W. V. A.) will bold an important joint meeting in the Vets' headquarters tomorrow (Friday) evening at eight o'clock. ALFALFA TO B..O. POINT Demand for hiy excellent for M early In the icaun, according to W. A. Himllton, manager of Firm Ltd.. So far thii alfalfa have sfilpped to." pur- chater The tmciwr pany at TraH tight ctra, that .the B. C. market h M ever, The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline ing to the wholesome entertainments of clever artists and to Intellec- tual discourse of men who hare ach- ieved great things waa evidenced by the large attendance at the Cbantau- qui both In the afternoon and even ing. The promoters uf thB'Chaulauqtu ipe that every performance will be well patronized and certainly it Is opportunity of enjoyment and In You have heard or irascible coves, who bad tci bo handled with gloves, who, with tempers uncertain were likely to- hurt one, unless otter folka acted like doves? Well, Bad was that kind ot a ao one dared wake ter unless they were primed for a scrap. la the hoart of bis own family he wu glnm a> t mortal conld bo, and Ihe kids would all scurry to leave In a hurry when they saw him ap- proach his reef-tree. And wlipn guests came, lien how did Pa act? He per- formed jut tie a fact, aud he Bid vtoplc bored MDI, mid oft Implored him to leave her poor intact. He would argue for houn opon end with Mother's or Sis- ter's'best friend. He never seemed happy unless be was scrappy when folka came out to spend the week-end. country. There: are at tho present time about eight camplug parties in that country from Cliresnolm, and seme that went have returned withlu j the lliao limit. Claresholm baseball team are enter- cd in the basebaJl tournament which j is being staged at'Granuru today. It is expected that all the teams aro loaded, jo the neck with outside play- ers. Owing to your correspondent being absent a report dt..the Cluresbolm" fair was not published. Tho manage- great success and tbe entries were by far above tho last three years. sporting programme was carried through without a hitch. The show of horses, cattle, gratus and vege- was a credit to Ihe exhibitors. It. 1C. Peck and Geo. Simpson with their families are visiting iu B. C. for slruction .which should not ho by anyone. On the "Old Fashioned Girls" rest- ed the responsibility for .the'opening tern of the Chautaaqna. They were bappilr inspired when they coneetv- their program, for their charming; costumes, music and. songs of the Sixties were quite refreshing, bring- ing up visions before some or us ot days when things were reputed to move along restfully and peacefully without the hojtie and bustle of to- day, as instanced BnrtorA in her skit on "Street Caf and modern. Among the tongs rendered were "My Old Kentucky Home" and "I will take you home Kathleen." rations imper- sonations by cleTefr and highly appreciated .by the The "Old Girls" were followed In the evening by Mr. Bur- nell Fold, electrical sciential and not- ei Inventor. Mr. Ford's lecture was delivered in such a .witty and humor- ous manner that It proved, most en- joyable even to the non-scientific members of the audience, and espec- ially so to the hoys, Mr. Ford going to special pains to instruct them. .Mr. Ford was'clever In cap- turing the attention. of the audience right away hy n fake spiritual demon- stration, Uklng (he .opportunity to rub In a few home truths. With thB aid of: a .large' amount 'of -laboratory apparatus he'demonstrated the won- ders of electricity and explained detail the amasftw fuTeationi ot But We it roMl-tlme vai Daddy a crank- rould like to bo frank; but the troth IB, Bad's speeches when meal were not peaches would have to fhera only one hour ot the day wheu Dad would leA up on Iho he mftt with a pal or a stranger et al, (lie- The week. departmental examinations Harvest Hands Arrive and Look (or Jobs on Farms Many Men Sent Out to Points in the Adjoining Terri- tory By .Thomas Longwbrth will have fjye hundred farm hands around hia: office on Third Avenue looking for work with the farmers who have been worrying about get-J ting help. So far these farmers have been very slov: in sending in nounccmenls ot their requirements and many of the nien aro willing to go lo farms and work for their keep for several days It tho farmers aro have come.and gone again and to say the least the results from Claresholm were very .disappointing. There seems to he a screw loose somewhere when only 4 out of a class of 30 m one grade alone passed, and three out of a class of 24 in another. It may be that the "aVrlvcTTu" Lct'b papers were exceptionally hard Jhls hrldge. !t is lhe flrsl rush Or pupils Is tery disappointing to say city. Warner got about twenty-fire farm hards this morning and others left as follows: Taber, 2C; Leth- brWgc, 71; N'obleJord, 4; Vulcan, 't', Champion 2; High River, 11; MacleoJ 12, and Claresholm 3. U Forty Students ErelledforNew Raymond School Raymond's agricultural school promises to be a popular institution, according to A. E. Meyers, supeHoUm- dent of agricultural schools for Al- berta, who is vir-iilps In LcthbridgQ today. At the present tliuc forty prospective students' have been en- rolled and there Is every indication ol a large attendunco. j" Building Is progressing rapidly and it Js expected that students start training during the latter part ot Oc- tober. Practically the same applies to Qleiehen and Youngs town. O. S. labor Into this district and! Longman is In charge at Raymond, a splendid opportunity Is offered far-1 O. D. Bed man at Glcichon and R. M. Now In Pursuit f TL' of Tin not ready to put them to work Im- mediately. This morning hundred and C. P. R. Officers Engaged in B, C. To Get ArelofC mers to get reliable men right now. Scolt at Youngstown, Notice was received by Mr. Long- j wo rt h that an ad d It ion al fi f ty fa r m hands will arrive from Medicine Ha'.' _ _ GALGARY-LAKE WIND-' The C. P. Tl. waillug room this TTRMPRP PT7PPT? Bioraiug Is piled high wilh suitcases; I..IVIYIC.IVE. and tags of all kinds loft thare by' _. farm hands while touring around the h Tho Canadian Pacltlo Rillwar tiM 1 a Blandard sleeping car hp.- The pollco have not given np the chase for Arelofi. the third man. To- day C. P. H. officers are hustling around Femie, where they believe ths man to be biding and every hope ia held out that will hare bis companion In Jail with him In Lath.- bridge by tomorrow. t Yesterday tho pollco were'search- ing around Ihe Crow's Pass and last night they got a and early this morning the Rcene ot operations was removed to Fernie. As these places are in British Col- umbia tha Alberta Provincial Pollco are not taking any part, except.walt- ing for developments. Inspector Rtak holds a warrant for Ih9 arrest of tha man and if the C. P. R. men get him the warrant will he used to got-hlm Into Alberta. Reports around the city this morn- ing that being used, today In connection with the- spikes placed on the rail in tho path ot num- ber 6S yesterday is not true, Tha Herald learned. First Dny's Program was Great- ly'.En joyed by Large Audiences was opened yesterday with an address by the ROT. (Capt.) Dctioou who introduced the secretary Miss Aranson to the audience. Thai ihc people 61 Lotbbrldge appreciate tho efforts of tho body ot progressive citizens., responsible for providing theni with an opportunity of listen time. are Among- TNri'l rseent wblcK if controllod by .wireless from any distance and' magoetlc la- stniment that will glya an aviator his exact location all times, the work- ngs and uses, of were rally plained to tbs audience! During courae of the evBing Mr. Ford did to the nniitated astounding things, such as lighting candles with stream of water, welding Vy electric currents passing' through 'his body, etc. Altogether the first flay- Chsntau- qua program was moat enjoyable and yhould prote, just as good, the Ward Wntere Co. ail Mr. Rich. Posoy Campbell entertaining in the after- noon and at night following the Ward Waters Co., will be lecture on !Boclal lUdsmntion" by Hon. C. H. Poole of New Zealand. Much Disappointment Over the Prospects Excellent (Tnm Onr Orrn Correspondent) CLARESHOLM, Aug. wea- ther for tho seven weeks been all that can be denirad for the growlnf! crops. With the exception ot a small acreage In this district that has suffered from' wind and cut worm, are first dais. Rye cutting Is ahout completed and wheat cutting will he started the lat- ter of this week and the first of next week. There are. several far- mers In the foothills cutting wheat at prMent writing, but the country: In Ukfc foothills Is generally about a WMl hi Mrance of the fiatj. Farrn- en aro all taking dollTerr ot twice trintai these there la no tut wfcat will a orasihle for swn men that are on the ground at preaent are hanging to see what the: wages will >Urt it. Koch eicllement Is telng aroused aroand this district owing to the man hunt chtse In the Crow's Neat Pass Passes AH Students Who Wrote On Recent Entrance Ex- aminations McLean school district Mo. 2500 (noar the provincial Mrs. C. B. Cameron, teacher, has ivon fresh laurels and once more demonstrated that it holds a leading place among the rural schools ot the province. In the published reports of the Grade VIII: examinations three pupils wrolo and. all passed which is commendable- when the large number ot failures throughout T the province this year is considered. The department of education re- cently awarded this school a cush prlie of premium placo In general efficiency! Said amount to bo spent by the board for outdoor games' and athletic equipment. Much credit ia due the cfiicjent and devoted Mrs. Camerpn, backed by a loyal and generous' board. School will reopen August 30lh and all will bo glad to know that Mrs. Cameron wlll'contimie 10 servo the district as teacher, and a successful term and added triumphs in the educational field are looked forward to. DON'T FORGET Tha only, place where yon can your shoes repaired by prac- tical ihoemaken li at Mutton 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 of Celonlll Ttltetri AUCTION SALE TOMORROW--FRIDAY AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK INSTRUCTED BY THE WIDOW OF THE LATE QEORQE H. .MCDONNELL, AND OTHERS, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL FURNITURE And oflects Including: Large oak sideboard with hovelled combination nccrctalro In solid onk; net ot bock shelves; solid oak dresser and stand; oa.k ijressor with oval mirror; two sanitary useful cliesl of drawers; chllfonlcr: refrigerator; pair old carved walnut arm chairs; massive lounge; light onk' drester with shaped bevelled mirror; hall eland In oak with oval mirror; two drop leal lables; ot oak den chairs; set of booii Splcce parlor sulle: good qunllly tarpot srruafe, mission oak round extension lalile; secretaire and hook cass; .fumed, oak davbn- port; oak cane scaled bedroom chal; auk nrm two (lining chaim; rocker; kitchen chalra: high chntr; kitchen (able; white enamel dresser; continuous post while enamelled bed'with coll springs and mallress; brass bed nnd brats trirrimed bed. and coll springs; child's cot; two 2-holc cooking stofes; One 2- hole gas cooking storo; tB'o fris lirnhta; Invalid's .bed rest; coil IWitor; gaa rtflgo viHb Ugh oven; mantle dock; lent 8x10 (oet: small sized chest druwern; Singer sewing machlns; child's iiuintity plants; carpcttings; C6ngo1eum nigs; sirdcn iiosc; carpet ware; dishes: .washtuba; ke creahi freezer; books and many other articles, TERMS CASH PHONES !'WADDfNpTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" APPRECIATION ingust llth, 1320. LIS PtANOS, L1MITBD, Uthbrldge, AloerU. Alloir me lo congratulate you upon your piano, which yon aro supplying for our use at the Letbbridge Chautauqua; it is a mag- nificent Instrument, with a beautiful, sympathetic lono. It is one ot tbo finest instruments we hare and ivaa a Brest asatitance to our work, wo only hope it wHl bo our good fortune to find frach pianos at points. Wishing you every success, Sincerely ESTHER JKAN OODEN, With "The Old Fashioned Chaulauqua. THESE WONDERFUL INSTRUMENTS MAY BE SEEN AT OUR SHOW ROOMS, SOLD ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER. WILLIS PIANOS LTD. I ilween Calgary and Lake Windermere, S leaving Calgary on train number one Tuesdays and Fridays. This sleep- ier will he placed for occupancy prar- lilous evening. J Returning, car leaves Late Wlcder- j jmero on Tuesdays aud Fridays, arriv- I Ing Calgary on train number two, Wed- nesdays and Saturdays. Passengers j .may occupy car alter arrival.Calgary I 'until a.m. Kor Information rn j Windermere Cntnp apply to any [ticket