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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOCAL NBWB WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 1920 LETHBRIDGK. ALBERTA. PACE SEVEN IN II OIL MLS REACH DEEP, ImperiHl Oil Well at Czar Down Well at Foot Level Two Southern Alberta oil Welle have reached a depth where- the promoters are beginning to look for results within a reasonable time. Word comes from Czar, which 'It In Canadian Government-rail- way.lines, northwest of Medicine Hat, and In lino with the recent' development In Iho Wlhnclt field Id Montane, that tho drill Is at Ihe level. This well Is one of those being drllled'by the Imperial Oil Co- In ItE warch of Albert; for oil, It Is eipected that, If the oil Is there, It will be found the next BOO feet. The company Viss already itrutk a 10-birrel-tv-diy flow Fort Nor- triin, on the MacKtnzle river, juil within the Arctic Circle, but this Ii believed to be too Errull to be of commcrclil value. The Boston-Alberta Oil Co, which IS drilling within a mile of the boundary, south of Cardrion, r-ached level Ing the week-end. Drilling Is pro- ceeding slowly jit the company Is liking no ehince-i. This Is the deepest well ever drilled couth of the Okotoks field, The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mlehaells.) WilALBERIAIUIIERIIES' Recruits Are Wanted For Many Trades In Canadian Air Force for It Isn't the thing that they wish; but, whatever our stall, ire are fishermen all, though wo mar not be Gsblng (or fish! As 3 sport angling takes th? CrsS'ranS anil tho toller or cater or crank who denies using he prevaricate? We would say thai he does, lo he (rank? Though our quest may be glory or grub, ii'c teet out our particular tvb anil KO rig up a lino that the fish y.111 think One hell bl'.o, It he Isn't a dub. There are tome who are ashing (or work and Eomo who are seeking to there arc others who try very hard to get by ttlth the stunts o( the terrlblo Turk.. There's the hobo (hnl't fishing for tarts and the flirt who IE flahlng Tor hearts anil the forty year-queen who would look like six- teen; oh, they all play the MeUormtn's parlsl 'Tla a game that just every- one tries, regardless o( sletlon Or size; Winnipeg Dispatch lo Toronto bc" lllve Paper Conveys a Wrong 'All colonies of Hutleritcs in South- em Alberta are thla year enjoying good and the Indications an> thai, In mimy Instances, thoy will have ptld for their land complete with tho returns they receive thla year. There is no talk ol Hie Kuller- lles leaving Alherla as is the case of the Mennonllei In Mnullobn and Sas- katchewan, lu the latter provinces ihere Is a strong umong tho ojder members of'trie ooloules to move to Quebec In tho hope that they will be allowed to Impart religious Instruc- tion through their priests during the walls and no elfort is made to use the wnoolp. for Imparting Ihe religious Instruction or tho sect. The us hiia been explain- ed heretofore, are not really Mcnuon- Ites, but are rather the followers of Jacob Duller, who over three centur- ies ago, left the Menuoclles and es- tablished a sect of his own. uu or blze; L i .1 t some will flsh (or a girl, Borne Kill Echocl bours and liat flsh for n pearl, and each one has his I allowed lo Uavo their own tcacherr. Tlio Canadian-Air Fm-co is now re- cruiting "JI'.MI .'or n nf trades. Thrt following UTC ly for setni-neruiniicui :it Camp Uordc-n: 1 Annuurcr Sergeant. 1 Sergeant.- 1 Wireless Sergeant. I Screcniii.rntfi. I Sorgcinia I'liotu llibtrurlor. Wireless Opc'riilnr Instructor 1 Sergeant Canteen. l-'tirpnral Cuok. i 1st A" 51. Itisgers. I 111 A. -M. Killers. I lai'A. 51. atorca. 1st A. Cterl; Stenographer. 1 2m] A. M. Clerk Typist. The nbpvc must have nnd Royal Air Force expcrlcnco and have held tno rank called for. Aeroplane- rlgsrers arc also required for (he Civil Operations Hrcnich of the Air llourd ut Camp liorden, at a yearly salary.o( plus toonus of a year (or single men and a year for married men. Transporta- lion (rora tho polnl o( engagement lo Camp IJorden will he paid by (he Can- adian Air Force. The present establishment for non- commissioned officers and men lu tho force is approximate- ly 3.500. Men will he recruited from civil life (or the following trades: carncntora. alters general. inacliinlsiB, bluckamllhB, tinsmiths hnd sheet mclnl workers, acetylene weld- ers, electricians, moulders, patlcrn- inakors, millwrights, draughtsmen, plumbers, rtrlvciB vatrol, 'motor I'ycllslf, motor body builders, upbol- stercrfi, camera repair- clerks'general, coolts, butchers. :mil laborers. Hccrulla. (or the following trades must have hnd special Air Force train- ing-: riggers noro, fitters aero engine, fabric workers, instrument repairers, photographers, mechanics, clerks pay, clerks slores, clerks Q. M., store- mail, disciplinarian, hospital orderlies, coxswains, deck Lands, boat hullrters, riggers airship, hydrogen basket makers, winch drivers. As previously slated in Ihe press, the term of enlistment Is for four years; each member of- Iho (orca Is required to lake uno inonlh's training In every two years.' A man Is allowed 10 his own time for such train- Ing and his transportation will be urovided lo and from tho training cen- lie will receive pay from (ho day 11 his departure until tho day of his return. Nations and accommodations (or the arc provided during the period of training 111 the camp. Every endeavor Is bolus made to inako the camp ntiractlvc and nnd in-iihgcincnls iire being made (or var- ious lypus of recreation and aniuso- monl. Men being hired iit the present lime will receive SO per cent, of the Royal Air force raloa of nay, as thoy krc unlil snch lime as'lhc proposed Canadian Air Force rales aio avprovoil. when they win receive Iho new C. A. 'F. ratca and tho necessary adjustment will bo made, The Royal 'Air Korcc rsles are: Hcrgl. Major---- }4.00 80% Might Kergl. 3.CO 2.70 i.30 2.4 D 1.93 J.liS 2.30 2.00 1.55 1.40 Sergeant Coriioral 1st Air 2nd Ail' Mechanic The proposed Canadian Air Force rales arc: Semi-' Perms- Duty at Camp Scrgl. Major..... Flight Scrgl..... Sergeanl Corporal....... 1st Air Mechanic. 2nd Air Mochanlc. nenl 3.58 2.90 2.3C 2.05 "l.SO 1.45 1.11} 1.16 1.00 a man remains (or duty at .ho camp for a period longer .than the required 2S days, he A mem- ber o( Ihe ECml-nermanent slaff. Any man may apply for seml-permanont duty. The following Is" the separation al- owance for a married man' for whom married quarters are not provided; a monlh Corporal....... -30.00 a month a month Kach ninn on arrival in camp for the flret tlmo w.111 bo Issued wltb a uni- form consisting of roll-cellar tunic, cks, sMrlB, tolUra, black tie, boots, and overalls for work. Those who are interested In this or- ganization should communicate with the Provincial Secretary of the Cana- dian -Air. Alberta Uranchj.whose ofilce Is at tho Univers ity Alberta, Edmonton. own style of flies. Yes, each one thinks nls own type ol bait is Indeed Irresistibly great. Though ho gels nary lite still he swears It's all right and IQ, passes tho blamo on to Fate. are fishermen ull, I opine, though wo may not uso tinker end lino. Tell mo, sn't this true when It's brought home to you? I'm a bear-cat for fishing in mine, Lethbridge May See Movies Being Made in the City Company Wilh Ernest Shlpman As Head Now in Course of Organization land that theNGennnn language may the language of. instruction. The of tho Manitoba government to allow Ibis bus led lo Ib? agitation for. a chanje. A. recent special dispatch In the To- ronto Telegram'on this matter men- tions tho IIullcril.es, and lays Iho blame for the agilnllon at their door. Tho dispatch auys: "Tho claim advanced by Manitoba Mcnnonltos la their published appli- cation for a refuge In Quebec were: 'We will not surfer tho restrictions placed upon us In. the west by tho school laws, which forbade us to glva our children the education which their religion has provoked ani- mated'-comment In Manitoba. Orange Icaderrt especially, and grent wnr vet- erans rceent.furiously tho implication that Ibe Munnonllcs have been denied freedom in religious matters. For forty years' the old Mcnnonile colony iias flourished In Manitoba, and Us niein- RTOWII rich. Whst they havo denied in lato years has been the right to give the school chil- dren religious iuslrucllons during school hours ot tho espouse ot the school fund. That ia what they havo ulways demanded and also tho right to teach German In Ihe schools sup- ported by the public rates alpog wllb their ideas cf religious Inslruciiona administered by lucir priesthood. Younger Element Obeys "Tho-agitation tor Iho uso of Ger- man, and religious Instruction has grown acute since the Hullerlles, by the thousands, came Into tho west during the wnr from the Stales lo escape military duties thcro. As a matter of fact Ihe younger eenerallon of Mennonltcs do comply with the aw nnd do not want German and eligious instruction imparted to holr children during school Uours. iut Ibe older men and women and 110 leaders arb Insisting on these olnts oud attempting lo influence 11 members to Icavo Western Can- da If ILey can find a country that 111 comply with their peculiar Ideas i religion and language. "The Manitoba school law now ci- ressly forbids blllnguallEiu In the chools, and the people, oiccpl.ln the orelgn districts, are n, unit on Inslsl- ug that the law apply to all." Tho reference lo Iho Hutterites In he above dispatch Is very wide of tho uark. ftepoatod Investigations havo een mado by Inspectors of Iho AI- tcrla tlcpnrtment of education into school millers'in lha Hulterllc colon- es in Southern Alberta, and in every nstance Iho report has hccn that the nomhers of the colonies nra living o Iho letter of tho school law. Prop- erly qualified teachers of Uilllsh birth aro employed In Ihe schools In the colouics. English Is tbe language of nslrucllon. The British flag adorns lESEAREDOGOAYS Lclhbvlrlee may have a movie studio and niby be a cciUro (or production ot Canadian pictures, made by a Leth- brldgo tlrm, before many more month; are past. A company, capitalized ul Is In the process of organ- ization in Lethbridge it the present llme.ivbtch intends to put a studio on the river boUom. Ernest Shlpman, of Winnipeg, who produced "Back to God'h Country" anrj who is now producing Ralph Connor's is In with the company. Mr. Shipimii will bo In Lethbridge In a few days fo tho or- ganization plana. Ken Bishop, of the Phocnli ar.d Frank Waddington arc ho Lethbridge business men concern- ed and Mv. BTMtertou, iroprletor ol a ahow In Raymond Is algo In on It.- It Is-tlie Intention of this company .0 produce Canadian made pictures. They ere determined to get In on the ground floor of this business as tho :all for Canadian made pictures IB now growing in volume- rind more end mbro work toward satisfying the pub- ia being done each day. Plenty of vRuTnots But None Prove Caught Vet -Dog diys! We'll say they are. No ono got murdered today or no icHcoman got shot. Magistrate Irwln .opk a rest this morning and Ihe Mountlcs went on their usual routine. Not ercn Ihe city officials hari auy news this morning. 'tis true wo can't havo a train rob bery every day but nevertheless wo would HKc to give you something good but then TTC do" not a mtc. We put la "as ,1 rule11 because you wouldn't believe us anyway. No Aulott -was not caught In Coal dale last night nor was a, policeman shot at Ktpp or Diamond City, at least It (here was one none of his kindred Know about rumors lo the con- trary- A large troop of Doy Scouts assem- bled ycblcrday afternoon lo do final honors lo iheir late member, Tooder- foot Scout Ik-GElc Day, who met his death by drowning ul Henderson Lake on Monday last. Assistant Com- missioner T. H. Hoolh, assisted by Scout Master E. Soady, was In com-" mand ot Ihe company, which assem- bled at tho SlaJcKilc theatre, inarch- Ing from there to tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dny and from tbenco to St. Augustine's church, ser- vices ivere held by Rev. Major Gore Barrow, the pall-ucjrcifi being iGcorge Marshall, SlJucy Jenks, Lcn Wllcock. Fred Williams, Tom Parkes ariil George Cnplln, all of the 3oy Scouts. The company, la full uni- form, mado ah impressive slgbi as .hey followed the body with alow and secure staves, lo Its last resting-place In Ihe'cemelcry. On .ho loVi'crlng o[ tho codln tha scouts were brought lo thp posHlon ol reM on staves, nfter which Mr. Sim Har- rison played the lasc. post over their departed comrade. IflU.S. UP 20 PERCENT, This Increase Applies Only To That Part of Trip Through United States railway tlcfceU (n the United Stales take a twenty per cent Jump In prices. Those pur- chasing tickets from a Canadian point, to a paint on the other side of the border, James Gordon, local ticket agent announced this morning, will have to pay the twenty per cent, Increase on that portion of the ticket covering the trip In the United States. No In- creases have been made on tick- ets between Canadian points, reached entirely through Canada- Mervlil haTi; an entire now staff acnool opens, Mia! Vern Daraby being principal. Mrs, J. Squires. Stratford, died aa tlio result of n fractured skiill, caus- ed by a fall down the, cellar stairs. DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your shoes repaired "by prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth-Street South Phone 693 3.doors S. of Colonial Thtalre Obituary Sophia Calonlno, beloved wifo 6f Herbert Claronco Dunn, died in Lelhbridge this mornlnir, aged 29 I years. The late Mrs. Dunn came lo the Ijethbrldge district from tho Un- ited Stales In IBM. Besides her hus- HARVEST TIME I Also the best time to i 1 You need extracts to I flavor cakes and puddings and have just what 'you need: Vanilla, Lemon, .Aim- I ond, Rasp- berry and many others, f We have a nice spe- cial for Friday and Sat- i ui'day: Chocolates, fresh, Moir- es, Ib...........60c 1 Plantation Kisses, 40c 1 How Do You Like This? 1 JOHNNY RAY liGCSIN SOCIETY j Adapted JfromGeo. BRINGING UPFATHER Hevspapcr Comics 1 Old Country Pepper- mint, Ib...... Peanut Brittle, Ib. ..40c .40c band, she loaves lo mourn her Irs-In girls two months and 17 days 3 old, a Hltlo live years old, her 1 father and mother, Air. and Mrs. C.. Pcanut'Butter, Ib. 3Sc K. Engen of Enchant and ono sister, i n n n j? Mrs. Dr. Woodcock of I.ethbrldgc. The 1 Ol" d IbS. 101' ..10c remains arc at Kellcrly's parlors. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. Ice Cream Sodas 1 Plain Ice Cream WILL PLAY HERE Coming For Return Engage- ment on Saturday and Monday c- j BANK CLEARINGS 't Dank clearings for Ihe week ending today were I 2: against 4721.453 for the cor- responding v.-celt last year. KEITH'S Local Labor Uurcail Needs 150 Ami There Arc None In Sigh! Where arc Ihe harvesters? Thai Is the EOng Thomas Long- worllr, superlnlondenl o[ Iho provin- cial labor bureau in Lcthbrldijc Is singing today nnd has heon singln? foi' several rlayn. Ho wants one hun- dred and nfly slookcrs right now and there aro none to anpwer Iho call. Up to this week Mr. Longworth was Iho busiest man lu tOTvn, but this week he has bocn longing for tho har- veslera. Somo are expected from the Pacific coast but llicro Is no sign of Ihem yot and-fherc Is no sign of any- thing from llw east Just yol, Tho farm hands an] wanted In the Hrrlng Coulee rtlstrlct chiefly nnd llio (.irnieru tlicro arc asking (or Btook- crs Ono Iroublo Is that these farmorn havo walled unlll the bif rush of harvesters wno over. Winnipeg Glints will be seen In aulion In Lelhbrldee on Saturday ami Monday. .VrrnnKeniontB for Ihclr sp- pearanco here again have been com- pleted, It IB announced, and Lclhbrldgo baseball fans will ngaln SCO a team of rcnl bnsebsll-players in action. Lurliit; iht-ir jirevious viaH io Letn- brlrjgo the darkles mnda A big nit the Ions. Tbolr finished manner In handling t.'ie ball undor all circum- stances appealed to 611. Tho name on Saturday will likely start at 615 p.m. hilt deflnHe announcement of this will bo mado later. MEN 061NO BACK TO WORK AT CHINOOK Affairs at (he Chinook mine are slowly getting normal again. The agitatora who drew the under- ground men out a few days sfl6 are losing their hold and the men arc coming bacli to work a few each day. In the neighborhood a'. twenty have returned within the past few daya arid It looks aa If the strike will svnrk out be. fore long. I am going to give you all Iwo big special pno on Friday aflernocin, and tne on Saturday afternoon this week, with "Jlgga" and and all of 'cm Ihere to make ycu laugh. It's ths funniest oomedy you ever saw. Ten Cents will ad- mit any youngster in Lcth- brldgt. Come to the matinees sure. Yours for fun, LEN BROWN to be at the COLONIAL of course. YOU WILL ENJOY EATING HERE We have a vrldb variety, of dishes to Lomnl tho hot weather appetite- From a Elandpalnt of :omfort why let your wlfo broil lersolf over a hot .stovo, heat up your home, and permeate the ilr with oppressive cooking odors, when you cnn oat com- fortably and wholesomely at Klrtiby's, where the great var- iety of the menu enables you to select your preferred food pro- nared with all the excellence nnd tastluess of homo cooking. It pays to eliminate EOIUO of tho summer cooking. 606 Third Avenue South Pleasing Tone Beautiful Touch Best Workmanship Elegant .Finish Excellent Value These arc outstanding features of the Willis Pianos, Sold on payments lo suit. Your" old piano or organ taken as part payment. His Pianos limited HULL BLOCK LETHBRibGE Ask the Person Who Has Eaten And Take His Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OKLA-APPLO A Snajipy Drink Far batter than tho drink with the "IdcV Is this drink with tho "snap" because It's not only exhilarating, bul It's and refreshing as well, fls won- derfully fascinating tasto can- not bo described. But try It and learn why It's so popular everywhere, A FULL LINE OF SOFT FLAVOR3 Chief Mountain Creamery Company (Wrapper has actual cut of Chief Mountain printed) i hit bulter will plt.ise you. Fresh churned csch day from Asi; ysu- (jroocr, hi v.'lll rcct.Tur.sr.c.1 II. Lethbrldyo Milk Producers' Brand of pure, fresh, paslourlzrd milk, RTch In hutterfat and fine In flavor. Try It once and oc con. vinced. Have you (rfcd our Cream? It pure, ctpjrated c'c.'rp, right from farm, and does not float In fal globules on your tea or collte. Table cream contains 20% fat; whipping Phone 1929 and Our Drivers Will Call. Prices on milk to Sept. HI, T5c per quart! 80 per pint; Cream, 15e JVpint for table; 20o far whipping. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY-CO., LTD. Phone 1929 MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALLFOODS It 13 also one of the cheapest of foods, Our pure, fresh, pas- teurized milk Ss the kind you need. ARE YOU USING BUTTERMILK? It is excellent for cooking and the best hot weather drink. Only 5c per quart deliver- ed. Phone 1676 and have GUI' driver calJ THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;