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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S.PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920 LETHPR1DGE, ALBERTA. L'AGE SEVEN Aulomobilc Turns Tattle On Way Home From Ray- mond Dance Driving at a high rate of speed so that a danco or two might be enjoyed at Raymond dn-Saturday night ed In a wrecked Dodge car and .serious injuries to Helen Petras. Dashing along the road about fifteen miles out of Lethbrldge, tie car hit the turn at the correction line anrl turned turtle several times, according to Informa- tion given to The Herald. Cars golug to tho dance at Raymond from the city bad passed. Jhe Dodge on the road, while the occupants were making a chango of tires. About eleven o'clock the accident happened: and It after" midnight when thoi parly was picked un by A. G. Spent--; i and party. Mr, Spcnce was driving .1' Studebaker and 'was able to make Miss Petras comfortable. j It is understood Len Klug. son of i D. King of Raymond, was driving the borrowed wrecked Dodge car and had bis nose broken. .How the rest of the party escaped with only scratches and shock is wonderful, as It Is apparent the car turned over several times, fin- ally facing in the opposite direction. Is practically a total wreck. Other occupants of the car were R. Pities, Peter Smith, A. Andrew Hache- lak, and Doris Nevcaux. There Is nothing on the road to In- dicate a turn on either side of the jog. Saturday night -was quite dark and the lights were fitted with dimmers, which, at the speed the; car was travelling, did not give the driver a chance when fee finally discovered the turn in front CJ him. Miss Petras was rushed to Gait Hos- pital as quickly as Mr. Spence could gof her there .and today, she Is. rest- Ing quietly. The Dodge car was the property of Bam, Noble of Warner.. dUb. Lethbrldge visitors were Sir. of the Eiperimental Farm and Mr. Reid of the Dominion Land j Office. Amongst others present were BrigadierOeneral McDonald, Mayor Brown of Medicine Hat, W. G. Par- sons of the McLaughlln Motor Co., Itcglna, and J. secretary bl the Western Canada Irrigation Asso- ciation. The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Ml-haelle.) ing say, then the-Joy-bells start to chime, tho clouds desert your sky. "your he says, 'is Several Accept Finding of Jury in The Recent Fatality Sometimes, you cay: "I'm petered put; my work Is on the bum. 1 havea't got a bit of doubt but what 'most any other scout could simply .make things hum. 1 think I'll rest about a year, or, maybe, even moro. Nobody needs ma over hero; I'd not be mis.wd at all, i fear, In one year, or a score. However, just about that time, some friend may amble by and tell you: "Ho, you're do- In regard to the recommendation of j-.-a the Jury at tbe Inquest hold over the good, tho best It's ever been." This lato'lves'Armstrong, that the floors cheers you more thar> drink or food; of garages should be of cement to pre- It puts you In a merry mood and makes vent-recurrences of the tragedy, re- you dance and grin. It Isn't just what piles received to communications you can do that niakes an'easy roa'dj addressed by the city council from tho but having folks believe In Imperial Motors, the I.ethbrldga Mot- surely helps to put things through and ors, and the Ford Garage endorsing the lightens every load. If someone says; Men Beginning to Circulate and Labor Shortage Not At al! Acute Farm labor is beginning southern Alberta with the re- sult (bat the situation that was so ser- ious for points during tho past week or so has been relieved to a great extent. Harvesters from the northern sections of this district (ire beginning to drift to southern parts. More than three hundred farm help- ers of different kinds were passed Ihroiigh the branch of the provincial labor bureau last: -week, Thomas Ixmgworth, superintendent, announced this morning. Three hun- dred and three stookers went through the city Into the district. Others Sheep "i; .separator threshers, 4; gas engine men, know'yon can.'1 you yearn to win feel that yon are Just the man to carry out the hardest plan and so you buckle down. If someone eays: "We need you here, no other one can that always fills a chap with Jury's view. The city hand .will break up next month, and an .application was receiv- ed from the G.' W. V. A. asking that tho Instruments be handed over to thorn.: The city council, at the regular meeting! held on Monday. csnsldero a1 personal interview someone puts his faith on you, you.-wjth th'a1 represeiiiatlvi's of the 0. W not run away; you feel that yon y'; A. for transferring tbe instruments t play true blue and give the them day. So ed out, and o- irt you inly w ou think you're peter- The cty council by the tsh to quit, just see' L. A. A: A. to be present at Ihe meet bow soon you right-about when you are cornered'by a scout who says you're made a hit. When folks arc for you very strong, yon cannot turn them-down; you-put more pep into your song so you can jolly 'cm along, and then do things up brown. "BASSOFF" WILL HUNT CRIMINALS To be ready for anything In the shape of tbe sensational, as witnessed by the events lu the Crow's Nest Pass conuecl- ed with the bandits who held up the passengers and conduc- tor OD the C. P. R- train at Sentinel, Constable Mcllveaa has In training a young pointer for tracking criminals of the kind. The pup has teen named Bassorf in commemoration of one of the most remarkable events in recent police history. S! Two Gambling Parties Broken Up By For Harvest Hand A raid >iy tho city police discovered a convivial party on the premises, 410 Fourth Avenue. S., engaged In the pastime of Black Jack. As a result >ne, R. McPherson, appeared, before- Magistrate Irwin on Monday mornlpg and was fined 530 and costs as being the kepcer of the joint. Three frc HFIUDAY [f Several Retail Merchants Favor Extending Weekly Holiday Throughout Winter ;Both pr. p. M. Campbell and the 2. carpenters, 2; cooks; 1; laborers, Gait Hospital would say little of the ]2. bushmen, 3; eletcricians, 2; steam extent of the injuries to Miss Petras, but The Herald understands that Miss Petras received Injuries to her back and also to her face. While being brought back to Lethbridge Miss Pel- ras was complaining, during her con- scious periods, of pains In her back. Her face, it Is understood, was badly lacerated. 'Hatters and Others Enjoy Hos- pitality of Canada Land R. Mar- lin, Champion Corn on the -brain what tho two hundred visitors from Medicine ind other visited the Ilpna- lan'p farm of the Canada Lanil and Irrigation Co. on Friday last, at the fourth annual "corn feed" of the com- pany, are at present suffering from. The most popular of these annual pop- ular functions was .that held on the 27th al the big sheep shed of tlie farm improvised Into, a hantiuettlng hall for the occasion. Here t6e party wrero'regaled to homo-grown corn to >hb limit, and it was a contest as to ivlilch individual could put away the largest amount of corn on-the cob. This distinction was obtained by W. R. Martin, who put awty no less than fifteen cobs of1 the Golden. Bantam on .twelve acres of irrigated tractor men, 1; miners, team- sters, 9. Total, 3C2. In the. women's section, fourteen were given employment, as follows: 3lerk, 1: cooks, 9; housekeepers, 2; housemaid, 1; 1; From ontBido points one miner tame from Winnipeg and'one'from arid -fourteen, harvesters'- frpin.: Van- coil ver. Twelve "miners came from Estevan, Sask. some of the lender garden lrucl> in Calgary Saturady ulgnt but so far as Is known grain was uot damaged. No Frost at Prince Albert PRINCE ALBERT, Aug. (weather here Is unusually warm for this-season with no sign of frost. Al- most an inch of rain fell here since Saturday at noou. At SASKATOON, Aus. SO.-rfhe lowest temperature during tlie past 24-hanrff here has been1 55. A Eteady drizzle of rain has completely stopped har- vesting operations. At Regina JIEC1NA, Aug. cutting Is practically completed in Saskatche- wan, according to reports received by. the bureau of statistics of the pro- vincial -department of- agriculture. Threshing has commenced in several tro a t.. do es. not to have damaged the'crops ,lo any mater- ial extent.. All reports indicate, that tho grain'is of good grade. Rain has been general over the province during tho week and somewhat re'Uu liiV- vestlng operations, but with warm weather and wind will do no damage except in fields wbicu havo not been stooked. ing-oE the athletic associations of the city, to.'he .held on Scyt. 9th, to con sidcr .the matter of athletic grounds for the season of 1521 in view of Ihej intention .expressed by the Corarals- ;irk for. athletic purposes. McLean's magaa'p.c is getting out a special western number on October 1st, and the city .decided to take a quarter page spice for .au advertise- ment- bringing out the Irrigation sctrerae in Southern Alberta. FIRST TAX DISCOUNT PERIOD ENDS TUESDAY Tuesday is the last day on which the; ten per rent, dis- count ca'n be obtained on tax pajinents. Tho wicket will close at -I.SO p.m. Tuesday. An agitation is being fostered by a number of retail merchants In Lethbrldge, the Herald under- stands, to have the Wednesday half-holidays proceed during the winter months; Some merchants who first opposed the half-holiday arrangement are favor of It for the twelve months of the year, it is understood. During the summer months this holiday has been appreciated by many of the merchants and their employees. At present the arrangement continues through September when the long hours will again start unless some ac- tion takehrby the city council or the merchants or both com- bined. President "Wilson weighs 170 pounds, his normal weight, and has rapidly regained health, accordin Dr. Grayson. J. E. Fagg and H. Montague. Have Fine Records For First Year J. E. Fagg, a returned soldier home- steader, who obtained his land under the Settlement Board, near Carman- quentera were fined ?5 and costs. gay, will this year reap a harvest of A fine of aud costs was Inflicted: three thousand acres of wheat, which on Mike Boychuk for running a eanib- llnK joint at Ninth Stafford- he values ville. Seven frequenters had each tolPul in one hundred and ten acres In pay aud costs. wheat and ton acres in oats and'at the A "wild man from Nova Scolfa" In the person of a harvester, named Fred Hogarth, was up before the mag. Islrato for Indulging in antics by j-oll- Ing over Fifth Street jmilcr the In- fluence of. liquor. He was considered by the police to havo had a record and Is said-to havo done nothing during the fortnight he had been west except Indulge In drink to celebrate his visit to the prairies. He was given twenty days with hard iabor in the provincial jail. FLOUR, PRICE UNCHANGED TORONTO, Aug. Thero Is no change in the price of fiour or sugar. In connection the latter com- modity the motto is "business as usual." Predictions that tliere will bo a drop in' the. price of 'flour are not justified, according to one merchant who said that if there is any change tliere will be an upward trend and not downward. Farmers ;arc holding for higher prices and'increased rates will also havo an Influence. fhca fair at Carinangay won first on his oats. C. Montague, another returned sold-, ler in .the same district speaks highly of tho assistance he has received from the board officials and also of his pros-" pectsr Ho said: "I thank you (tho board) for your g6od -wishes for fliy success nnd wish-to say tUat I feel that any success that may be mine is due in no small part to the friendly and courteous treatment I have re- ceived from all members of your slaff. j It has not been easy going this past. season but I feel now that I am away to a fair start, thanks to the board, and I am prepared to face (he future with confidence." SPANISH GOVERNMENT HAS RESIGNED PA1H1S, Aug. Span: ish government has resigned. DON'TrORGET Tlie only pla'jie-where you can get your ahoes'i-epaircd by prac- tical ahb'emaRefVU'fat Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 tioors S. of Colonial Theatre land devoted lo the culture of this variety. The outing will pass into history and will ha preserved for the enlight- enment of the general public of what water on the land will accomplish by means of movie films taken by the Kox Film Co. of ly'ow York, whoso rep- resentative on the spot to film the event. Pictures'were taken tho party In the large fields of corn, with the-plants'lowering right over their heads, also of the company partaking of the Succulent food. The lino'of ears which brought tho viallora-lo tho ficeno, parked In crescent form, was also photographed. Many were tho Etunts pulled off, diotabiy that in n-hlch Captain Parker was filmed with huge quantity of corn cobs in his possession with which he had made himself free while given'the freedom of the fields with toe rest of the com- pany. In addition to what was con- iiimcd at the banquet each of the com' pany was presented with twelve cobs af corn to take nway anil to delight luc wife and kiddies at home. Tho tjatyjuet w9.s over by 0. W. Jla'ysr president and general aianagcr of the Canada Land and Irri- tation Co., and after the cornfest tho were shown the sights of the farm in what "had been accomplished by Irrigation. Hay stacks, vegetables, hogs and aheep grafted and delighted !ho eyes of tho visitors, and to many :he scene was a regular eye-opener ol vhat water can do when plentiful and iudlclously applied 10 tho land., Al the jumping station the visitors were ihpwn the eight-Inch pipe which wings a continuous flow of tho hene- Jcenl wafer from tho Bow river. Scotchmen pride themselves heir, haggis, nnd the haggis of tho lonalnne farm took the form of the lallvc corn on the cob and was ns cucli appreciated as Scotia's rational Mercury in Southern Alberta ther- mometers tock a dip .towards the freezing mark on Saturday night, hut so far as the Hera'd can learn in no place was there any frost. At the Ex- perimental Form observatory the low- est recorded was 36.5, or. only four and one-half degrees "above the' danger line. It would not bo surprising if Borne points in the Cardston and Pin- Cher Creek districts received a slight touch of frost lhat night gen- erally dip a few. degrees lower. Cal- gary got one degree of frost, which touched the garden stuff hut did no teal damage. Kdmontpn district was also near tho froaUlnc. -Last night the mercury stood at 47 at the low point. This Is a good mar- gin of safely. Provided tho presont stormy condi- ion clears up without frost there Is not-likely to be any for a few days. The past few years Sept. 10 to 12 seems to bo the: danger period for the first real frost. -Last year, how- ever, the first frost did not come till with the first kflline frost Sept. 20. It daya aftenvardo that winter sol. in to stay Tor seven months. Frost at Calgary CAXCARY, -Aug. SOAFtost nipped Is Your Home Complete An affirmative nnswer can onlv he given to this question provided your house-furnishings include a piano by tlie Know a Canadian firm of WILLIS Possibly this Is just what is needed lo make your sitting- room what you desire it to he. BEAUTIFUL STYLES. REASONABLE PRICES. YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED. His HULL BLOCK i LETHBRIDGE And Take His' Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH YOU WILL ENJOY EATING HERE Wo have a wide variety oE dishes to tempt tho weather appetite. From ft standpoint ol ;omfort why lei your wlfo broil lerself over a hot stove, heat up your home, and permeate tho air with oppressive cookin odors, when you can eat com- fortably and wholesomely at Kirkhy's, whero thn great var- iety ol the menu enables you to" select your preferred Eood pre- parotl with all tho exceUenco and Ustiiiesa of homo cooking. It pays to ellmtnato somo ul tho summer cooking. 606 Third Avenue South SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST i'IN GOOD CONDITION Delivered, Per Case Possibly your last chance at this price PHONE 1766 230 13th STREET NORTH To the Musicians and Students of Canada New York City, July, 1920.' Mr. M. Coombs has {alien a Foal-Graduate course at IMg Institution this numiner, receiving tlto Teacher's Diploma, This Is Mr. Coombs" second visit to tha school, having studied here flve years ago. On tlifs recent visit Mr. Coombs brought ".vlth him two of his assistant teachers who also (ook the In fltid Mr. Coombs Is thoroughly qualified lo teach the method of Voice Culture and IMano as given at this school, and wo recommend him very highly to all those desiring to study Voice and Piano with an efficient teacher. During Mr, Coombs' stay.In the school ho was obtain- able assistance lo me Inasmuch as ho assisted my pupils In their work, many of them teachers themselves. Very truly NEW YORK SCHOOL OF MUSIC ARTS, (Signed) Tia'.fn Sterner, Director. ICE Cl .THE NATIONAL FOOD >-Thorc la more fcs cream consumed in America than- In any other continent on jarth. Maybe that la why tho people of America aro the healthiest nnd hardiest nation of tho world bo- causo Ice crep.m Is tho healthiest foyd you can lake Into your it contains moro nutritive elements than the system crous proportions. It is Ihe National Food boouiso It ia the food ol all classes. It graces the banquet table, it Is the dessert for the rich na well S3 the worfclngmnn. It Is tho relish of the children whether served in tho home, at the soda fountain or In tho jicnny couo. The Beat and Purest Ice Cream Made h Crystal Ico Cream v f" MADE OY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Commencing September 1st Producers' Pure, Rich, Pasteurized Milk, will be ADVANCED in price ONE CENT per quart, mak-, ing it 16c per quart and 9c per pint, delivered. This raise Is the -result of an agreement between.' ourselves arid the Lethbrldfle Milk Producers whereby the Producers receive 10c per quart for production, and the Creamery 60 per quart for distribution. It Is our aim to o've .our the maximum service at minimum cost, quality considered, .and also to place fairly before them the cost of the milk to us plus our charges for handling. Our Milk Is the finest In quality, produced locally, from healthy cows, and pasteurized In our Sanitary Glass Lined Pasteurizer. Milk today at 16o.per .quart l3 the very cheapest food fin the market. Let the children Jolng to school have all they want to drink and watch.the results on the teic'ner's monthly report cards. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REOARDIUQ YOUR. MILK 'SUPPLY. _ CHIEF MOUNTAIN CO, LTD, Phone 1929 ;