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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I 1 J, . The Herald's Page of Live Local News Local News Where To Find It SAtUftDAY. AUGUST 16, 1919 LfiT|lBRlPGE. ALlMfRTA. PAGfc; 51CVEN LAWYERS AND SAYS TroHs wires tlie otlipr (lay ciiriifiii � report of a Hpeeeli made by Mayor riiirdie !U u iJiuiciuet in Kingston In wliloh lie said, referring to prohUii-Hon, IhiU lie preferred n I'.onilltlon "not too wet and not too dry." I'lastern papers just received contain further reports on h'a Rpeecli in wlilcli he is attributed tlie follo^vinK rather remarkable statements: i.Mayor Hardte, of l^thbridge, said that unless somethlns -was ' done before winter to reduce the copt of living, the people would compel the government to take action. He favored the appointment of a commission of experts to deal with the question. The speaker said he had no confidence in most of the courtr as it was impossible for a poor man to gi^t .justice. He thought that if all the lawyers were hamstrung it , might be possible to got some jus-lifte. He attributed the Winni-jiog strike to women nagg'ng their GOOD OPINION OK OUR NEW A.P.P. INSPECTOR (R�d Deer Adybeate.) Inapeetor RItk h�t bun /nott attentive to hit- duties while in charge at Red Peer, and has Drought the ferc# up to a high standard of efflelfnoy and service. His departure will by regritted. s EARD AT OHAl II. Ostliiud, "barrister of this city, in Ottawa yesterday presented the argument in thiv Atbo appeal case before tie mlulHtor of justice, .(udgmont was reserved. It will be remembered that Albo was ^'ecently ordered deported as an unde�ira1)le. During his trial he admitted that he was an extreme socialist, and had in Jiis poRsession when arrested u book on the making of bombs for "red" purposes. FOR FIRE DEPJ. husbands into Bolshevism." Coming on top of his Medicine Hat spepch in which he told the irrigation congress that the One Big Union was going to prevail in the 'future though perhaps under different management.' the mayor seems to have been successful in creating a series of senBalious on his eastern trip. New Equipment Will Put the Horse Out of Commission  With Local Brigade Within*^, week Ih'; U'thbrldge fire j deparlmeiil will say goodbye lo the lior;:e. When Oiief Hardy relurjiS j from the fire clilcfs' convention .in i ("algary next week lie will br'iig wUh I him the last jiiecp of motorized fire apparatus npcR.sBary lo put the horse-drawn vfchicles out of b\iRine8s. The new [ja France triple combination machine has been shipped by the company to C.i'gary where it. will be on display af, the conventifin. after which it will be driven home by the chief and installed at No. :; fire hall. The new apparatus is a combination or booster pump, hose v.agon and chemical-a whole fire department in itself, as the chief says. Il will be the only piece ol apjiaraliis kept at So. 2 hall, and will dispiaco llie chemical anil the hose wagon ^ap-paratus now, there, for which horses are the motive power. The cli'ef is very proud of the fact that a fully motorized department, which has been his aim ever since he look charge, will shortly bo realized. FOUR TONS ALFALFA TO THPACRE; HUNDRED AND TWENTY DOLLARS GROSS RETURN PER ACRE IS IN PROSPE with the fine weather prevailing, Irrigation farmirs arc making fast work of harvesting their second cutting of alfalfa. This crop has taken about five weeks to mature, and many farmers claim that it will be practically as heavy as the first crop, which broke the record for the district. The alfalfa land was watered immediately after the fli'st cuttina, and this was followed by the heavy rains of a couple of weeks ago, which caused very rapid growth. Much Of the second crop runt I1/2 tons to the acre. So heavy It Is in some parts that It will take more than two days to cure. Chances now look bright for getting a. third cutting, as there is plenty of water available for irrigation. Water will be applied at soon as the second crop is off, and the third crop will be ready about the week of Sept. 15. Altogether an average of about four tons to the acre will be taken off those fields from which three cuttings are taken this year. At present prices this represents $120 gross per acre. LEG BADLY CUT BY BINDER CUTTER Serious Accident to E. C'liurch, the Well Known Raley Farmev T. LETHBRIDGE HAD A SIXTY MILLION GALLON THIRST I MOTORISTS �����HBHMBnaBraBBBBEaranBUBaunBKM We Have Oils and Accessories Mobile Oils, Poline, Gasoline Dominion and Other Good Tires. Prompt and Satisfactory Service at All - . ^, ^ , Times Milk River Hardware Co. F. J. G>ates, Proprietor Milk River, Alta. AUCTION SALE wmmmmmmammmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm At Greenfielfl's Exchange Monday, August 18th Hours:- Two p.m. to^FiVE p.m. SEVeN p.m. to TEN p.m. Children's, Men's and Ladies' Mitts. Gloves, Underwear, Suspenders, Sweaters, Hose and Socks, Pipes, Tobacco, 60 Thousand Assorted Paper Bags. TUESDAY 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 Seven Show Cases, Toledo Computing Scj^le, Edison Mimeograph, Typewriter, / Safe, Revolving Oak Book Case, Cheese Cutter, Dayton Ham and Bacon Cutter, Coffee Urn, Water Urn, Cofiee Grinder, 240 lbs. Platform Scale, Small Scale, Refrigerator, One Range, 3 Heaters, 14 Chairs,_S Rockers, One Arm Chair, 3 Carpets, Linoleum, 2 Kitchen Tables, 1 Extension Dining Table, 1 Stretcher and - Mattress, 2 Sanitary Couches, 2 Beds, Springs and Mattresses, 2 Dressers, 1 ^Washstand, 1 Sideboard, oak, 1 Hall Rack, oak, 12 Window Shades, 1 Boys' Wagon. Geo. P. Porter Auctioneer Do Not Miss This Bargain Event thing MVST BE SOLD Every- ST OE RESULTS IN GRADES ELEVEN AND TWELVE ( GRADE XI. Tlie folloM'ing studenln were successful in pasBing the recent Grade depRrtmental cxamiiiRtion and upoa application to the department of education ,will he admitted to Normal school to train for second class certificates. Those who have aeleoted one language as an examination subject are, entitled to full tnarticulation to the Faculty of Arts of the University iot Alberta with standing in all compulsory examination subjects of Grade XI and the optional subjects indicat- ied: I Aberhart. Khona L.. physics, Latin. Fi-ench; Adsett, Olive H.; Aiken, I Vearle, physics, l^tin. French; Al-!gar, Effle 3ane, physics, Latin; Ander-} sou, Hulda J.. Anderson. Ida Odelia; > Anderson J, Gordon, physics, Latin; I Anderson. Ruby, physics, Latin, French; Annett. Ulric Siddon, physics, Latin, French; Ansley, Eric Clayton, physics, Latin. French; Armstrong. Helen St. Claire, physics, Latin, French; Arstad, Leonard O., physics. Latin, Prehcli,; Askin, Ina Jlay, Latin; Atkinson, Grace, physics. Latin, French; Austin, Myra Katherine: Balaam. Lillian. Maude; Barclay, Catherine, physics, Xatiu, French, Ger-,| man; Barclay, Mjtry Belle, physics, Latin, French, OfeV^Aiaji. Harrington. Helen Thelma; Be^l^.' Jeau' Aletha, I physics. Latin. French; Batcman, I John Albert, physics, Latin, Fi-ench; jBeaty, Kenneth Routledge.; Bennett, �Gladys, physics, Latin, French, Ger 'in?n; Birkness, Malylaa; BH'iop, iWlnnifred Margaret, physics, French; I Blair, Pauline Vlrglftia, Latin, French; Blundell. Charles R., physics, French; Boose, Mary Edith; Bourcler, Alber: Vitall, physics, French; Bouser, Wilt-iara EaM. Boyes. Merle Thelma, physics, French; Bradly. Norman Archl bald; .Braseth, Lila Viola, physics, French; Brennan, May; Bridges, Jack, physics, Latin; Birookbank, Clara Jane, physics, Latin, French; Brown, Frank Edward, physics, [Latin; Brown, L. Jean S.; Bud-geon, Anna Vera; Bullock. Edna Buster, Luella Helen; Butrin, Anna Ignatin. liYench. Campbell, James Allen-(Edmonton); Campbell, James A. (Calgary), physics, Latin, French; CaniVbell, Margaret Ann; Cannon, Frod; pbysicB, French; Capsey, Mary Firnesiine, physics, French; Carruth-ers, Christine Eilsie; Cassels, John M, physics, Latin, French; Ohud-leigh, Sadie C., FrSnch; Church, El-!wood Allyn; Church, Hilda Warring-|ton, Latin. French; Code, Edith, ;Grace; Coe, Frederick Earle. Colwell, Judson Collins; Crabb, John Perry, physics, French; Crawford, D. J, McGregor, physics French; Croswoll, M. Gazella; Currle, Donald; Daly, George :Gerald; Davidson, Ernestine, physics, ;Latin; Davis, Edna Delia, physics, I French; Davis, Mary Edith, physicsi L^in, French; Uellay, Myrtle Elizabeth; Denoon, John, physics, Latin, French. Depew, lances .Mabel, phys-ilC8, Latin, French; Den", Vivia E,; jDewar, Ellen Dawson; Pilworth, Ed-jwln Leslie, physics, Latin, French; j Dinwoodie, .^gnes Violet; Donahue, JMary^Mabel, physics, Frencli; Dut;-jdas, Lavinia; Dunlap, Laurti Bdna; 'Dunsworlh, Zera M., Latin French; Duthle, James Grant; Baton, Constance May: Eby. Gladys Shantr, physics, French. Edge, Edith Marian, physics, French; Edwards, Una Margery, Latin. French; Ekstrom, Gladys June, physics. Latin; Elford. Myrtle ! Alice, physics. French; Ellenwood, Robert W.; Ellwood, Anna May, physics, French; Bndersby, Betsj' C,; Eiwing, Stella Mary; Esdale, Marion A., French; Ethridge, Laura Eunice, physios. Fiench; fiwing. Mary Catherine; Fergstad. Inga. Fisher. Annie Helen B.. physics, Latin, French; Fisher, Mary Alice, French; Folkins, Olive Mildred, physics, Latin; Forbes, ! Nellie Gertrude; Fox, Gladys Helen, physics, French; Fredell, Ruth, Annie; Frelfeld,, Stella, French; Galbraith, Alan Stuart; Gallay, Jennie, Latin, French', Gorman; Garcs, Martha Stewart; Garrison. Florence Toresa. Ged-dos. JJelon Emma, physics, Latl'i Frencli; Gerric, Constance Oouroy; Glbberd, Grace Wiunltred. physics, French; Gilmer, Margaretta, pl^'sics, French; Ollmour, James Fleming; Ginther, Lois Arabelle, physics, French; Glanville, BdlUji, Alberta; Glover, Robert Melvln, physics, Latin, French. Goodberg, Harold, physics', Li^tln: Goodwin, Eleanor Beatrice; Gordon, Albert, Latini Courier, Isabel), French; Gowan, Edward Hunter, physics, Latin, French; GraUam, Hll-dred Herwolne; .>GTahaHJ, Marjory E., physics, Latin, French; Grata, Alice S., physics, Latin, French; Greiner, V'alberger; Grindley, Thomas William, physics, French; Griswold, Mildred M,; Gustus, Meredith W.. physics. Latin, French. Habcrman. Isidore, physic. Latin, French; Haig. Anher Aitchison, physics, French. Halliday, Robert Fred; Halpin, Grant J., physics, Latin, French; Hamilton. Hvelyn Joan, physics, Latin, French; Hamilton. Reginald C; Hamley, Stella A.; Han un. M. Ruby; Hairdlnge, Dorothy May. physics, Latin, French; Harkness. Douglas Scott; Harrop. Alan Canier on, physics, Latin. French; Hart, Bvn Louisa; Harte, Margaret 1.; Hegler, Bernelce Estella, physics. French; Hegler, Florence Hellene, physics, Latin. Hempill, James Robertson, \ physics, Latin, French; Henderson. Anna Melly; Hewko. Paul A.; ^lilli-ker, Howard Crysler; Holman. Vesta; Hopkins, May, physics. Latin; Home. Helen; Hrapko, Thomas; Hughes, Mildrod Evelyn, physics, Latin, French; Hughes, Wilm^ Hamilton; Kummon. Ina May; Hunter, Jean Win-nifred. Hyde, MIckle; Ingram, Lucy, physics, Latin, French. Jackson, Florence; Jenvrin, Anne Marie, physics, French; Jenvrin, Gabriel, physics, French; Jessup, Dorothea Margaret; Johanson, Linda, physics. Latin; Johnson, Jennie E., phys ics, I^tin, P'rench; Johnson, Ralph Kenheth, physics, Latin; Johnson, RuCh Elizabeth, physios. FVenil"!; Johnston, William Fay, French; Jones, Gladys Viola. frroiii Ctwr Owu r-uj-reaiJOiHlt'nO CARDSTO.V. Aug. 14-IMr. 10. V. Church, oni: ol' Haley's most success-fnl and progressive ;'arniers. me-l with H v(>ry serious accitlenl yesterday morning about 'J o'clock whiln running II binder In Ills ,!;rain field. It .seems he was off the maclilne when tlie team started to run, and in his eniieavors to stop them he ran in front of the cntter bar and was caught by It so that his foot anil leg to the knee were very badly lacerated. There are also three bad flesh wounds in the thigh. Me was rushed to tlie Cardston Hospital, where Or. Pickup attended Iilm. It was feared that the foot would require amputation, and Dr. Lynn was called from Lethbridge for consnlta-tion. .After carel^ul oxam'.nation it was decided to try to save the foot. This morning he is reported as resting more easily and making satisfactory progress. Mrs. Church and a special nurse are lii attendance at his bedside. The kindly and straightforward record of .Mr. Church ha� - made VLBERTA HOTEL WARNER When at Warner make*�qur home atrtUe Hotel WaJ-ner; if iho; place suits you come' a^ain. Retlaw Motor Company , Service Station for Dodge, Qvar-.., land Cara, and Traffic Trucki. Accessories, Gas, Oila and Graitses.f.: Batteries Repaired and Recharsed.i Prompt Service, Day, Night and Sundays. FORD GARAGE General Car and Tire Servlca^ Warner, Alberta i A. P. Veale, Prop. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile Olte. Polarine, OagoUne. Dominion ahd Other Good Tireg. Prompt Satisfactory Serviceat Air Tipies. . � MILK RIVER HARDWARE COv? F. J. Coates, Proprietor Milk River, Alta. ALTAMPjp;, Battery Servlde, nltion and General Rep^, | to Tourists at the Hue. BQ�a,�] of Montana. GenerJil infor�a> Customs Office n�xt door.'t and 866 08.0�t.�iqvltt,;^""-tp .speed youi oj�. j(o�i'- Rebjarta COMTT^ 67 ;