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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THB LOCAL MEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGfe DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP 1 LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 SECOND SECTION SECOND SECTION PACK ELEVEN MBUITECnf Case bet Down For Hearing Here Was Transferred to Macleod In the case of C. Mullen YJ. John Bennett iFaull and which put down .for hearing at the last fiit- tinga of (he Supreme Court'held In the clly and transferred to MacVeod, tb meet the-convenience of witnesses, Tilr. Justice Walsh dismissed the plain- tiff's claIm wlthout coats. Plaintiff is a poBtmaster and farmer- resld'liiE at twin Butte, while the de- fendant husband and wife are. also farmers residing In the same place. Defendants are owners of the south- west quarter :0t: section-4-in tp 4, the 4th "merldlac, on which land the post ofllce at Twin Bulto was recently situated. :0n or JutyH, 1913, It was claimed the defendants. leased the, plaintiff that liart the. land known as "the S Rose B Klrkham Wm Henderson, DeVeber, 'Mrs. T. Pi KJrkham, Sirs. Qeo. Bald- win. 1' The Ellglblcs' At a mietlne the, Old TImers' Association the following resolution was adopted to.govern those eligible to attend .the It1 Is re- quested thai alt those who are douct ful as to their- elalus read carefully. thei to receive InvllatlonE for the.Old Timers ball, he as follows Who can furnhh sat Isfactory proof .that: rest dents In W T on or before 1SOO, or of such persons' Or the hiuhanda or whc; of such and all unmarned children of, 18 yoars or over of such persons, EhaJl be admitted as such but they wij! given the liege of as their partners to accompany them' All Invitations are to be issued by a ticket committee and the secretary Anv dispute, as to wfeo procure tickets will bfr referred to the Hon. the_P.re'ldent and the chairman It was to draw ap a new and an Old Tim c-rs Association for this district to apply to the. Old Timers in Sonthei Alberta Tals of course is. an indepfm pasture together n Ith the build organisation from tie dance it- Ings credeJ thereon, at the monthl) union lt DVactiTev the yea round and is created tor the pnrpos of the mutual welfajre and benefit o the pioneers Tho committee choren for this pui pose were Hugh liacBflfti, T 1 Oeo JfcNabb H Bentley, J S Rose and J S Klrkham A meeting ofj'this committee will bo held shortly antl_a drafc of the pro- posed bylaws of ?th? jiei? association- will then to a general n eetmg called to organize along the 1'nes before mentioned rental or ft, and it v.as also alleged that tho plaintiff would have tho right to cut and appropriate the hay on this pasture.' AV. tho time of! tlie agree- ment it wns stated the plaintiff wab owiier of of steers which ho vaa snring for beef, and it wvs the inrpose of feeding these steers that' defendants agreed; to let plaln- tifi havn the It vas sad that tlie male'defendant did, "on August 16, 1919, wrongfully outer the pasture and cut'aiu] look away. 12 tons of liay, to the-value of and-plaintiff was, consequently, without means of feed- ing -.his stock.. He contended that thereby he was forced lo sell his Etcers for -''feeders'1 instead, ot beef, thereby a -loss He chimed the sun of 410 In dam ages aod the costs ot tho action For -it was .'elated tbat agreed'that the.plaintiff should oiij the use of S acres of pas "ture'-for two horses and on o cow, and which s TCres were pointed out to him Tiio claim-far-'the hay made .by., tho plaintiff .was denied; and it was slat-, ed tint on August 15, 1919, the mala defendant cut 8 tons of hay from the whole quarter section, including the pasture but not off the 8 acres tha plaintiff had ..us e. of. Easy For Men to Get Water For Basis Per. South Macleod Estimates Deputy .Minister Charleswprth 61 the Public Works department, Edmon- ton, who has charge of Irrigation mat for .the. department, .was in the city on Thursday evening on. his way from Card ston Mr. Charlesworth had been In. the so'ulh to W attending a meeting ol fanners ot the Uqite'd and Loue KuCK tlon districts. Arrangements arc be- ing made. Mr said, to WHY t ucrfflBstke Herald Hear on gjlieir Rounds MNIY CASES IN Judge: Jackson Occupied For Two in Hearing Disputes Clllten.rfe. cart load of earth' bo allowed to pass down avenue- from the tele- 'phonelbuUibig excavations to the city dump wltheat being Belied by the ComjnJssiwfSr of Public Works up some holes on the Cltiten {w doesn't the (byenraent ask Ottawa to bench. come money to acquire tho ....__... bonds it a disposed or, wllh Judgment rate of Interest' Loiie Hock district Till be dlssolreO, and an order of the minister ot, put Citizen not trj to Woollen Mill lnio-a tUs There was busy time at tho Card- Eton .court home on Monday and Tuesday, ot this week, with night ses- sions held fo get over the business be- fore the District Court, which sat there n lib, Judge Jackson on tho In a docket of some 20 cases ere disposed or, wllh Judgmeul in each case' reserved. The remain HERALD CHRISTMAS APPEAL Over" the Four Hundred Dollar Mark and well on the: road to Five Hundred. TbatJvthe P05': tlon of the Herald Christmas Cheer Fund today just two weeks off. The fund is growing In a very gratifying manner'and in the'next two weeks the thousand Citi- zens of Lethbrldge t, der.were held'over. :Cardsldn-Motbrs sued Messrs. Boyd and Schehdel, of the-Happy works issued declaring the Lone'accommodation' temporary High School until ._r financial crisis is passed i OrlParmur Tractor Co, Lethbrldge, for wh) not rent the hotel on the north1 tbe ot Paid urtder dealers' side to meet pressing needs for school' contract in 1919 The defence'was The present officers ol the 014 Tim era Association are f Hon PresrrSen L Ceo Benlley Vice Prej-J-Wm 'Saras Sec Rose ETBCU chair- man, IVm' SCOll R Him mons and Qeo CitlzenKo u It neces-l to lake the traclors, (Or men.to be employed Inland hadrixmsequenth, forfeited their burning bunch, of Russian thistle' C. P. R. BEgN BUSY TK TRACK WORK Rock district a part of the United Irri gation district. No new election be' a proper distribu- tion of. the trusteesiwill be inadSiat the Beit election of officers of tho amalgamated district. r "Tho hew project will cover about acres, and as the laud lies close to the source .of water: supply tbo cost per aero should _be fairly-low- It looks like a good i Asked by the Herald as to the truth of reports that the Soutn Macleod pro Ject can be constructed at a of about per aTe, Mr _ ____ ___ stated that ho didnt know gangs oi men numbering seronlv about It but that from what he unOe.f j Mro lalci off for tlie These I stood the not qouiplete men have been that the plaintiffs had signified tholr r oC I ho past month Laurie and Hogg- for the plaintiffs, and K A Smith for Ihe de fen.dants Tho case was heard on judgment reserved. of Cardston Sued Lyle'Holland, Hotel, sued 'the" Town. of Ca rd 5 ton for dam- ages to'tho airount of sustained Mines Producing Over a Thous and Tons ajDay Mines Adive fthe P H, in this div jonijanuarv last through the car ho ol( 'was driving Doming up against a pile replacing" fefec', renewing tteg and'0[ earlh left on thu roadway "and a'c- other lesterday bronghtl cumulated from Iho street'grading. to a close tmich o( this work and.The piUS it alleged, was'epvered 4----------, snon ami was not noticeable; and Hogg for tho plaintiff, and enough to form an> cost. Interest: in been working for several, Jacobs and iSlton-for the'dcfcuce. estimate of tho'mlnths men and were JuBgrneht from B irrigation In Such conditions as have prevailed Alberta he finds just as keen as ever j for Ihe are unusual In tho Cahbbjiiiand' others vs. 'Stuck- THE OLD TIMERS bANGE (By J. S K Former Soldier iTf Canada's Law aa item ,which Bar laboring It is not1 so much-a'question ot how many days till'Christmas as'how inany days It is till the "Old Timers Dance" that is' exercising the elders of this tho time drags. Those who 'were nnable to -attend the big doing last year been muttering mutters ever They 11 be Ii attendance tnis lime or cast a shoo In tho-effort. .Those who were on hand .will :bo In camp again unless they are! hog .tied. December 31st.and a hours of the following-morning will sco the exalted, salt of tho earth In Iliuslriou's KxcUiaivo Is the .word." "Admission only on-proot by or "marriage. The .committees are "preparing for: big crovid Tha roll call will find absentees this' year. The com- mittees in charge for this year are.as follows S. ftoso, C. H; 'VanHornc, L Bonntll Lamb, Geo McNabb, Fred Dennett. DeVober Mrs S. OlllIsplo.'Andy John Henderson W O Hutton, H Hutchlnson, A B Pipes Kerr, W II Morris, R. Nlmmo'ns. Glllespte. Kerr, Andy Scott, J. 'V' Ja Canatej The folftwi the J19SO __ sajB, Canad Men It says American labor men must have before they can ci-oss the boundary I ll rjia. not masc any difference one lad eleven or no sense at all when Canada was over here iajna States getting recruits in 1817 t "I knowr fellows who enlisted who ivete shy a finggr but that nade no d'fference to Canadian, recruiters want to say right here- that I m a ful' s Eveoone seems to be awaiting tho history ofThls division and opening of the tenders for tho Loth I bull much giodjyorV wan acc jndge Northern scheme and hoplne eil In chops a pooltng-nf a case on the for wintering cat- that a price can ba obtained which been laid ofitand tho same 1...4 money and go ahead with tho work sxa re H8 belonging to i sjrdicate fornie'd for the pjrpose ind 01 which it n claimed the iTefdndaut was a member plles lojandv failed to pa> his contribution will make it possible to becure the the" freight Sheds but tho numbers In acountlng to some ?260 It as alleg cases are not 1 this year. blooded Yank, born l.-was In the-Canadiau'army for.sLt: teen months. It's .a safe bet that in the last half of 1917, about fifty: per cent ol the Canadian army was made ip of Americans howl i( are a labor Ing man and have not f 250 'If I should ever want to go OTBT lie lr line I would go_aad help maa-whe tried lo, stop me what the Canadian goremmept would aayMf UieiU S government should turn around and place a Jtounty on each Canadian of 000 I'm'taking.offimy'.Caw adian button which .reads: Tice at the Iront 1 happened to he machinft gun raids but never again. Let George do it; C P O PHONE 1619 Dr, Lectures K. P. Hall .Co'nsullallon In Lethbridge hotel, noorii'JS. his tamous lecture on "I.ovc, Cou'rtelilp ''Mafrlago. Lectures to men Sunday at 3 p.in ,nnrt S.30 p.m. in-Phoenix theatre. of Itcalth. e Children, BAWDENBRQS. PHONE 625 mimriiiimiii Let Furniture-bo your Christnias Greeting, s Sectional Stock-- A small deposit will hold ono Income Tax SPECIALISTS __' i J Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON .'AND CO. Building 612.Third Avenue South arge Agents Helpers at some point? m the division hare also beerf dispensed with A SATISFIED READER laymond, Dec 3, 1920 Herald, n Depwtment, h Will ask yaa toSrtMKdlVs my am gojng I subscribe for It aa aoon aa I I think it Is otia of Canada a belt dally pap- era. I will eloae, wishing you the beet of luck and succeaa. I remain, Your constant admirer, JAMES COt-LETT. WHEN MOTHER 1 BAKED HER BREAD about the on1> icy got out ot the operation was tho rcllsli with which i.theVfanvHy consum- ed H. Breii) sis' good as QUA. KER oC all Iho the standing over the hot store, yearisohie kn'eadlns .and. mixhig'ahd-sho derives tho sauio benefit of family "approval bPCausQ It fa As as mother makes, (Julie nour- ishing. j Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 You Folks Who Know Good Health You folks who know good health are fortu- nate, but your happiness is apt to make you over- look a suffering friend or neighbor. Kick a tlog and he yelps, neglect him and he mopes, but pat his head and he'H lick your hand. Human beings aie just as responsive to fiiendliness as dogs Tell your sick fiiend ol, neighboi what chiro- practic can dp, and then forget about it A good tleed asks no pay. no CHARGE Consultation (s without charge 'or obligation. KVRUM JUNE'S. SMITH SMITH- CHIROPRACTORS epj Sherlock Block, Phones 1677 and 1441, Give Us your Order For Christmas Cake Let us make .your Christmas Cake for you i .Our facilities are the best and oilr Bakers men of [bng-exper- ience In this work. Only the Very best of ingredients used. d that the syndicate was formed at ?ardBton, with tho defendant agree- ng to contribute his equivalent por- ion tlie others Judg lent was reserved, Laurie and Hogg or, the plaintiffs arid J. H. Jackson, thodefandant. Conditions at the, North American Collieries, and tbe.mlnors have b'ebh working stead- ily. There has been1'a'largo'output of coal dJrlng tlib'past week; avcrag-, Ing tons per All .the miners seem to present con- ditions. It is. however, rumored that f. the fine there vlll DO.a slackenini; do'wn.'with, prob- .bly, the mlno .working days noVjng very gobil.' During' the weeiT'cndfrig :Dccember th. there .were 50p inen.'Chi ployed in ho mine, wllh an'.output of tons !or the-week. In the Pass tbo luilus'tn" (s also busy, willi a total outimtjrqm three mines of tons for, the month of No- vember. .The employing 459 men.'iurned tons tbe with men. the ple I cat mine at Bellovue, wltli 78 ,'iiiBn, tone, Quallly la our watchword. Lethbridge National System of Baking 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH MILK AND Have sou tried oar pure pas and separated from'.the farm daj' Our business ]ias quadrupled iu the last two month's! THERE'S A REASON. The ifeason Vs contained1 In.tho goodness-in our products Try us-and'-be Convinced. .'Quality aid eervlct1 guaranteed. Serve both Jhav North and South Wards We ara still making llrat fine 'quality of butter you like so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND "We agents for tlie Cardston Creamery brand of Butter, on hand. .Thta' butter needs no advertising on Iho inrket, and can only -b 6; obUInc d throng h Us. Our 1929 and wo ara at service for all Dairy Products Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 'Office and Plant, 1254 5trt Ave. A, South. that, the .fund cannot grow t, large for. the work It has'to-.49r.v> Lethbridgt a whole lot better off In'tHe of empioynwut than some of the eastern but there is a slackening In Inil dustry. all along the lino has its effect In the hornet. ially of those whose breadwinner has been taken. aid are coming into the'offjce of the Nursing MlMieii every day. Miss Tiltey ,'i thst some of these' are not signed, with the result that it Is sible to carry out an, t.Ion and. arrange for looking ter the The would, appreciate it if all .such were signed, and the en. Theie are strictly In confidence., and names of the writers are not divulged. The Interest In the fund growing and an increasing nurp-' ber of subscriptions are being re-; cewed dally. It la hoped to erou -t> the five hundred dollar mark by Saturday night, CD that iha Good "7 Fellows should make a special effort on Saturday. The; fund now stands: Previously acknowledged A Friend 2.00- Mrs Wm. Barclay 200 Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 0. E. S 10.00 A Friend Wilbur McKenile _ 'f DON'T FORGET The only place where yqiijein ge.t your shoes repaired by. srsie-- tical shoemakers IB atL Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 691 -f S. doors- S. of Colonial Theatre K1RK6VS HOME-MADE BREAD 1 Our Bread5 isf Acknowledged to be superior. It is godd'and tastes good. sells per loaf ORDERED YOUR" Christmas Cakes You will have a fine cake if we make it. If two on the weight of the. cake in are lie Barie ami a draw will be made. We have some fine Christmas Candy. KIRKBY'S '506 3RD AVE. S. mm mm BUTTER MADE IN LETHBRIDGE ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OUR DRIVER, OR PHONE 1576. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS At. Canadian Union Bakery NO. I CHRISTMAS 7A Per I UC Ip'ORDEREO'REgORE DECEMBER 11TH Regular pricfe 90c Ib. Per CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS Regular price price for..................} .75 'Regular price 75c, for -.45' Large assortment of Chocolates in fancv boxes, at cost "We also Carry a fine assortrfient of biscuits suitable for 'teas'. i believing. Come and Inspect our stock Goods. CHRIStMA'S'tAkES DELIVERED TO'ANY PART OF OITY 404 I3TH STREET, NORTH PHONE 751. P. .CRED1CO, Manager, NOTICE FOR WE HAVE A FULL'LINE OF-TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, BLOCKS, WHITE' IVORY, MOIR-S AND NEILSON'S CHOCOLATES, STATIONERY, XMAS CARDS, WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN KODAKS, PERFUMES, PICTURES, AND AUTO STROP-SAFETY RAZORS, PRICES. OPEN EVERY NIGHT. UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE 13TH ST. N. (W. H. MCCAFFREY) PHONE 445. ;