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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Xetbbrtbfle All The Local Where You Expect It TUESDAY, DECEMDEn 9, 1919 ALIlliHTA. NEW AGREEMENT Herald's Cliristmas Cheer Fund of 0. B. U. in Mine Also Likely To He Considered WE'RE GROWING SETTER case strike ol 40Q.UOU bitain- Inoui coal mlnere-in Iho Unlletl Slates Is settled im Tuesday aflemoon, as likely al Uic lime or writing there is HXelr (u Le BomoihinE of ;IIG- rial interest Iiajitiejiicg in the Alberts coal field wllli In a be In IhP tf a Hie control the Oiie lils Vulon and the of A., centering irp'jnd an effort on ihc of tin.- operators mid tho miners of I he uis- Irlct to draw un R ftgreeweat. Steps looking to a. new understood to be meditated, and a meeting of ppcralora is railed in Cni- tary Tor Friday of this waet. wTioii tncy will meet 71r. Dairy mplc- and other members of Ihc ppetial L-omuila- sioii ol the U.M.W. or A. International ore loufcinff nflcr Pisirlcl Xo. !S. tliis meeting I lie activities of Hie O.b.U- miners control a number of camps Trill, likely be djsL'iisecil. 4- For the consecuiire day wis a cleat) sheet at o tbo cllr police court, and, the la followed. Mae- iMrale iboutj he IQ poa- ?oulon of ill pain of white fcld There lias alrO M. Want In the jiroseru- (loni at tho provEnclRl police court stnce the end ol the TveoV, s. j. MASONS ELECT NEW OFFICERS FOKh YEAR] North Ster Lodge A. F. and I A. M. elected last nig lit as' follows: A. Htiil S. Crawford. J, flase. T. McLcuii. Accordfug to Miss Tiltey o! the Nursing Mission, who 1ms been carrying on in con- nection wiili the Girlsinns rLeor iiei'Js, (here -.viil be at least Tr- families in The t-ity whu-li will IISVB no L'ljriaiEius link SB [lie UooJ Fellows VI'MO lure more than enough follow llieir goM example of pzr-i -years and loosL t-ic Her- fuii'l up to tlons. Kvery year brings its own cases of misfortune, mul ihtE year fo'lorrliiff (hft H-ar Hi? Tin c-jiiJeiiiiu nf fall, J( CTOIJ failure. hap hrougfif IIOST- orty to more homes than a ff.v There is IhiB to DP t'Te high t'ost is Ht- fSL'tinc tlio'e wiih a. fireil income if. [he case where ths'hread- iviniLevs been ihe Oouil dare a special op- portunity in ilioEo to make Chrlaiiuus a real Ctiristnmi Ihc spirit oL giving, The fiinrt ii not growiny so rHp- Idly as Hie Hernll would like lo sep. No iloultl this is ihf (Joixt Fellows ihtnk ttiero is plcniy (if time, but there arc really only H liftore ami that isn't !onR. HOOF! Hie fund alonji by niakitip your subscriiiiion Rc-nerous one aiul it The fund noil' stantls: Previously acknowledged -Mrs. J. FrfiECr ii.ltO Hartley 2.00 lti-1 (or tin- W.....1 r-.i-Ou-.i il. gel. j Tbem la ;io t-ord'.vooj in. ihc cuiiulryj lor flalis Iroui ihe are: Loing used, Tile s am 11 or s in Kalis ami llutlt Ijdeit iliised don n owing Uic (uel shortage, aud ihoj position Is made by ill? (pToynK-nt entailed .-labs ilic people of arr- hurrmif; ;nt[ lublaiaetl frojfl '.he null', iu .Mi.-suula J laud i Tho re art? ai loasi K-.i houses in j Helena which m rely eiiliruly i for fuel on wood which ihe-y ere aljli to [lick up or 10 buy. limh (the Y.M.C.A.. the Y.U'.C.A. HIP 51 OH- j tana Club, tlio hotels and 01 Hie bufiincs houAca art? livEiis alone from idnv 'to day on small Flocks of coal juried with wood. IVere k not Cor Uic fftw reserve slrft-k? or coal, Tvliicli liare heen lihontlly phnred ilic HOW FORTY MILLION WILL BE EXPENDED OTTAWA, Dec. a long aeries of conferences, th: govern- dtcided todsy on its policy in regard 15 the disiribu'.ian cf the SW.OOO.OOp votsd by parllameni List session for tbt rr-establish-' mcnt of returned me.i. The main of unemployment be handled by an organ- ization on the orgaiifzation of tht Canadian Patriotic Fund. Owing to the urgency of th; situa- tion in regard to th: unemploy- i: was felt by Ihc. govern- ment that it was absolutely neces- sary la entrust the voted fay part lament for this purpose to some national organization which had the s5ry adminis- trative machinery largely in being. Tolal Mr. Mcech Had the" Qualifical- chin, four a'. Westoiinaler School and T, I four zi ihe C'eulral School Klndergar- ions, He SayFn-Liihor I'arly j teQ JQ the eie.-tioi, ol tim rtiiool Lacked Onranfy.ation jlntBlees there were 20. rejected bal- ,_______ jloti. Of Ihesa three were at the -Jlln- i crs' Library, 5 at Ihc The ollicinl TQ'.uras ot Ihe municipal! School; sir ai the city )iaij, six at election r'hov tbat 1030 roles ivore j the Kindcrgfirlen. recorded. Thcsi; Include eight re-1 The followliig are 1ho offirial.returng jcctcil in the Commissioner-1 as given out by the reluming II. Mcoch C. K. Camemn Jlcjccted Commiaifoncrship "A AA1' "H" "C" Ill 115 312 53 23 040 W; II. Hawkins K. p. .Johnson iiary'E. Jowetl___V..... CJrarc S. Spooner John E. Tbrrlll Ilejectcd 164 School Trualees "A AA" uu (0 142 333" "I) E 310 47 4 331 67 S Scheme fiefore Authorities a Edmonton For Approval in Order to Relieve Situation -n1 "C" US IS Candidate Talk Scpii by Ibe Herald, Mr. Cameron, Ihc defeated candidate for ibe Com- inisBlouertbip, said: "I attribute the result of the eieclion, AS It regarded 'my Candida lure, to tbe lack ot liine for organ Iwllon; to the negligence on Ihe part of lennnta In eppli'lng for rcg- Islrtiliou on volera list; lo the prejudice against lAbor; lo iho fact that CommlsstoriRr' Mccch bad the technical qualifications (or the posi- tion. I concede that the better man Ihc some lluie admit, that 1 did not blink thai "the vote' -would 21 37J 1SG 6 t E" 130 IDS i -Tol. haro so adversely mo. I liave no'har.'l foellnES against any- body." Mr. Meech IjaJ tlje following lo jay. "1 place my success on the support I received from all sections ot tbe com- munity- The vole WM net particular- The city council has been formulat- ing a scheme which has lo be approv- ed at Ertmonlon whcrcLy any parties desiring lo form a Housing may take the mailer up TTlth tbe coiincil in the matter of borrowing monoy uuder the Dominion Govern- nicnt Ifouaing scheme. The' scheme refern to the ivtich would be share of Leth- brj-dgc nf the npjiortioninRiit ol the sipprojirlalion by Iho federal govern- ment for the province of Alberta ia Ihe sum of something over InMho general housing itfoject of mo opinion I had l ills the qualifications for [ho position hill EOTUO of affairs." I hullding houses on on-ned hv Major llarnle expressed (tie rlcwi Bovemmeat or Ihat (he election BJ flal Ih. elly groups ot cannot nffon] to run elections OH ILical or exuqrimenlal lines. "The! Donated to promote Cood houses verdict cxproaserl that the electors wllh proper Improvement, couaklered the city can Cct belter re-j such societies or companas to have a lura. iron, a. tried man of and Integrity and with an. ot office." Cold 'Enough Everywhere Bui Worst Wave is Sweeping U. >S. was llic cohleaL spot Canada on Monday nicM, nccordtng to tho officiftl wpAthcr record. Thirty- four below (Miring Iho night, with 3S hclow recorded during Iho early eve King, Ihc marlc.j The colil Is In [cnsc all over Ibe rind local ming oflices hsing stamped today Ly rush orders froin 'towns. Stock throiLghoitl AUiortu is nol ahollcrcil'mid well fcil IB surtcring Jitid losses aro occui-ring ilarfj', nol so rnpirlly duilnp-Ure winter nl IPOC-07. Denver Gets It DENVER. C'olo., Bcc. a record for four cold travca have touched Denver so far Lin's win ler, the uicrcurjr dropped to 19 degrees zt C o'clock this niorning.' according lo an official slaleraent is-1 sued by Hie weather bureau. Cold Spell Acrois Line WASH1NGTO.V, Dec. rro- lonsed period or cokl i weather OTCT Ihc ontlro country is indicated. Ihc wcatlicr bureau announced today, by :hc abnormally htgb- over region vrest of (lie Mbsjaslpiif, ilia otr over of Mex- ico, Iho Ohio valley, and off norlh Pac-itic coast. Tlife cold in Ihe west is spread- ing eastward a'hd south-ward with cold Lemperalures far as the Texas Fan- handle. o- INCREASE PRODUCTION AND BEAT H. C. OF L. Out, Doc- Hon. I-'. C. DlEgs. OrtUHo'ialn- ialer of pulilfc trorki, in'nn ad-- hero, on thi" "outlook in referred lo tlio high cost of Iking and nnfd the qncotlofi could be solved only- by production. There ivore many vacant farms anil 11 would he necessary to have lliose occupied if the coaL of ifytnp -ft-as. to hn. rcijiiccd', hci There's "sofnething really fascinating about the rnit like flavor of TKe strength and nutrition gleaned from this malted bartey food niake it a most .breakfast cereal, while its low cost adds true econonvy: paj- nble on Block ol nol move than sis ]ier cent.; by ownersvof lots Cor the purr pojc of ere cling hoiises.for Ihelr own occupancy. Special A housing society or company refererd lo could erect houses lo let. lo tenants In !he same way as IT it were an ordinary landlord or H could sell IIOIIECG aud repay lion-owed capital and slock as if sold. K the company railed Lo lie a commercial success the stockholders miglit lose their money and ia an extreme case vrhere more than 15 per cent, deprec- iation In llic capital look iiTorc, the might liave to meet par! of llio loss. A company of this conalst of shnroholdrj's aufRc- lently interCBicil iti solving tlic lious ing question lo invest their money on what would be a semliihilanlhropic basis. The would re cctvc sir per cent bn their capital, bni aa the money borrowed- jnnuiclpa' bonds voulrl lie a IivsL nioitg-ifie on tlie Vopcrty uji (o S5 per ccnl of Us value Mm six piir cent would not lie [t coin incrcial return oil the In per cerii, cap ital put in by Ihs sliarflholders. As a business proposition i( Is considers Lhat tbe 15 per cent, should lie reallj proTWed by the occupants ol Ihe As Ihe slureholdera tht V03 woultl-not In uny large men sure -to he Ihe nrtunl nccuprmts of Ihc direlHiiKS, unless some special indues- nicnlfc were given for sur.U occunacls to become ,IF a means1 or them a spccisil lille lo Icnancy or owncrshlji of a house, cerlnfn ar- rangements arc- embodied In Ihc gov- ernment scheme, full details of uliich will be mnde public by the cliy uuun- (.'II tha resolution drawn re- turns from Edmonton, I AN INSURANCE POLICY Is designed to re-place properly. not conipcnpbtc on a of previous cost. Knujgli irts'ir- ance a year 333 is not. unctigb tow. CXLL US THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. BalmorsT Block, Lethbridgi PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS M IARLOW'S EAT ARKET UL it bill "I i( V-1'-; (u i Lie m-jiji-y ivlJi'iri! irn- u-.-iul ilsiiW- Still Droppinj YORK. MIM-. _. of fidihiiRO ri'Ji- Vc1 i jiHv i-oM -i; 15 Tusls Over Six ConU Now oiif -I fn-m To IJllV Dolhu'.s' Of .lUOtalioiis. dropp..] n, ;t millsr. ..rr Aincj'KUll docls O I j yos-U r m-v- r--.t[ s'Uj'n-v i.; ill. in c.MjJiaiip-- 'r M ii'i k'i.- .-iiiii in ilnj i-arly atlerno'.'ii nff (It .ilirir'.-. IMuaml on ilif KiiElisii unt'I tiriii p4 Hi' v. c-ni 1 l.S" for ilie 'niKSM-y S J uV.-j; lo U.n.'i. f-ir UK- tloUar. Lire chsiks in: v, Vcri; i w, I siMo.W. IIK il i-.-m. Tiii-i hiN-niiiK i1- sr> n.juh UN-, suM iniiaioes by i: Vo rvr'ry day. Crystal Dairy Limited A. f B V A CARD OF THANKS 1 wisb tolliRnfc tlio ItuLciiAycrr. of Uctlibridso for Ihc confidence in me they have expressed by again re-electing ihc as School Truslcc. f Inka my rc-clvcllQn AP nn c.tprcssloii of ot Ihc rfallcfca cJ and HOT being carried out by tbo School Hoard, and shall therefore lie lo Bivo mj1 services lo the pub fie as in the pasl. VOUTB l K.D.JOHNSON. PURE, RICH MILK Our milk tests exceptionally high and is pasteurized. Tlin iiRjtnLirlKaUnn of milk is 112 degrees held for 30 Our IjutUcs Jirn M'aF.ljed in soila imtl tlien s'-aWcl a K'nipri'.il'.irr of in clear Thcrcrorc lltJ milk is jiuic nnil hDlllcs llmronsbly slerJlfzed, THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, HaH Pint..................ISr. WKipping Cream, Hall Pint................20c OUR BUSINESS. IS INCREASING DAILY Dulivcrics to all parts ol Ihc city. XorMi ivnrd deliveries fn tue afternoon. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd PHONE 1529 ;