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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta L The Herald's Page of Live Local News Xetbbrtbflfc Batty Deralb All The Local News Where You Expect h MONDAY, DECEM1JKH 22, 11HU LETHB1UDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE NINE presMouU. a etrODE pxeculha ccntUl- 1 fr 4 0 luff ot two iroiii eai-u tLurch TVRB named aa follows: Knoi church. Mr, -fr PREMIER STEWART DENIES H. I1. Wallace nnd Mr. S, S, Dunham; COALITION CABINET RUMOR Viral llnoilst church, Mr J, J. Kot- An Engineer of High Standing Believes Sirungly in Irriga- tion for This District Another practical TUOVO forward vIEIi regard to the Irrigation [irojecls contemplated for llio soulh country been icnilc in llic presence In llic city of Mr. Geoipo Ci. Aijiorsou who has boon engaged as advisory engineer tlio Albcrla. Kovornsncnt Iti roRard to the same! Mr. Anderson lias been la conference wllli .'.Jr. U. II. Murnuui. chairman of Ino Irrigation Develop- iiicnt Association. WliP.e in '.Lc clly he also met officially for consultation Jlon. Arflilo Mclican, minister of pub- .lie works, and C'. Cliarlcsworib. deputy minister of-jJuliHc works. Mr, Antlersun also hail a coiiturenco ivitli In fact It Eccms la the taxpayer that the school board missed a Eoldea .op- portunity to act Ihe part of peacc-niak; or In 110L stepping In and retjuesticy Dr. lllack to allow Iho presentation to made as arranged. J. W. D.UYDEN. T. Croft, chfilnnnti trustees of the LethhrldRc Northern district; (icorgc Clicvr. trustee, ami 1L Mut- Vleslon. engineer for Ihc project. A'nilcrsou Is ;i man of Rruat L-n- RinocrlnR experience 'n irrigation, KO- Jng hack to Iho year ISSO. iu the Htatefi. Ho is a native of -Aberdeen. Scotland.- He lin.s made ,i ao-jcial Btutiy ot irrigation In its cnqlnccriiiK, agricultural, financial, add human icaringe. He is now consulllrijj cu gineer at LQJ OlKorum, for HID Imperial Valley irrigation project. which' fevers over lialf a inlllton acres. Irrigation and S'-.npIc Produce Mr. Anderson was consulting en ncer for the construction of Uic old A, R, and -I. started in 1SDO, nnil J." in old-triers. Ho !a thoroughly familiar wllli every Inch vt Iho soulk country. always had Mrong Raid "Mr. Amlcrson Ubis Mech I n't be Cits Cburcbes rard and Mr. A. II. from ley church, Capt Porter and J, Pet- ers; from the Unliol t'harrh. North Mr. Ilruco and Mr. John It Is eipected the present organization will put the Soc- iety upon a jiroper basis, so that ihe work which the Society Is doing will be fully ii pii reel a ted by those who sup- port II. City and District Trades Council Tonight Dec. ler Stowarl liaa given his un- qualified denial to tLo Calgary HeraM story puLIishoJ on Sat- urday that he was considering iho forrnilloti'Of a coalition cabinet for Alberta. J.clhbridge Hepresonled at Cal- gary dithering lo Heal With Expenditure of Money For Veterans COMMISSIONER MEECH IS A BUSY MAN During the absence of Mayor Hardle and Commissioner Free- mart Calgiry, attending the con- vention of Alberta cities with re- gard to drawing up a city net for a measure of Home Rule for cities, Co mm LSI loner Meecti is Actinc- Mayor. Mr. Metch busy at the preient. time In getting out the assessment !or 1920. A raeellng of the officlHls of tlic Pat- Wetley Tuesday, I-M p.m. The above council will hold tlicirjhcr pleasing voice "with exceptional (regular meeting tonight in Ihe Labor j overt lira and draiua'.lc Hall ai S o'clock. This Is on Rirccuiu ion. Tho sintlng oi "Sctne ami Arm' 1 of regular mcctius falling; j on Christmas Eve. j I Goes to Calgary Adjt: Johnston of the Salvation Army leaves Cor falgary today Tor a couple of days In conuccllOQ meeting of Ihe Doy Scouts. Important business. Wednesday. S prayer ind praise acrvicc, In charge oi Rev. rt'iii Buchanan. Friday, S p.m.-Choir practice. S- bers of llic Adult Ililtlc class mad- at bo residence of the pastor for final preparations for the Christinas enler- Tuesday, S enter- tainment'in Ihe church. Koch person attending Is requested to urlng a gilt for tlic cheer tbe neti'y. Knox evening, Adult llihln class will uiecl. St. Thomas' W. A.. 2.30 P m- 'G'rt Guides, S p.m. Wolf Culis, 7 p.m." 4.15 p.m. Boy Scouts, 7.20 prison work the army Is doing a Mrong said Jlr. Anrlcrson p.m. "that (lie ultimato desiEny of (his Thursday (Chrislinna E.BI., of Alberta ivas 10 be allainctl In iho Clirlstman Ccmmunlon. (Coffee and use of lierausp. unlike sonic JEamiu-iclies will be provided after the of [lie irrlsaiiaj. projects in the .service lor ihoso coinins from a dis- produi'D dales nail liii Salvation Army Christmas There will be services at (ho Sal- vation Army Ciladcl on Christmas morning at 11 a.m. The final Chriil- nias service of tlic season commences at 7.30 p.ni. The Army's Christmas concert on Friday evening promises to Le a great success. Many Mekcis have Loon sold and the proceeds will go for the work the artny Is doing LIcli Is badly nccfieJ. Christmas Communion ChriElmas communion will ho con- ducted in St. Mary's churcli at 7 a.m. on Thursday and matins at 11 a.m.- Contrlbullcnd tu kind arc asked (or the tlecoratJons. Will donors dly have these in the parish hall not later than 10 ua the morn-! ing oi the 24th. And displayed clear lechnlquo and Ueaa of rentllllcm. Hachmanlnoff'B "Prelude" In C sharp mtnor. "A Jllnuet" by nnJ Chopin's "FantalBle impromptu" rlolic Fund tor tho was hell jthe numbers played. Mrs. J. Russell ID Calgary on Friday, at which Mr. Kennedy delighted the audlenco and Rev. Capt. Dcnooo, renrescntliiR LclhbrUlge, were prescnL Tho meeting van for tbo purpose of ilio districts for dealing ith the relief of veterans la new! lor which the sum o( has been approprlitod by llic Dominion UovcTDment. At the meeltng Mr. Ilyudnian. trir- secretary for tho Patriotic Fund, was present and explained the features of tlie relief. Full dclalls '-vill be shortly made public as soon, as they have been worked cut The local com- mittee Is anxious to itart work with- out delay, end RS soon as Insl'-uctions nre received as to definite RAISE ADVERTISING RATES TO SAVE BUSINESS LIVES "L'Insatia arola" from-Verdi's "Alda" rcijulrcs n. voice of treat range and careful training lu recitative and aria work. Among plbtr oiunbcrj Kennedy saDy nu o3d rnvorilc "ller- cuese de Jocclyn" hr Godard. Miss Astland read In a delightful "A Few Bars In the Key o( Arryngenitnlg have been ma'dc for a G." She held her audience Ijreath- quaricttc of the bantlsiucn and officers! lessly silent throughoul. In the near of the corps to conduct special FCV- vlces. at Ilio Ja.! Cliristmas aflernoon. cions fruil, .which things arc nol fiiai'ie, ivlal ccn Le produced arc absolutely staple In thni they will ho Jn cvery-day demand In ILc Domin- ion. I refer to grain anrt livcatock." From Lslhbridgc Mr Anderson will proccod lo Udmonlon lo consult ihe government as to tilt' irrigation projects. lie will lie accompanied br Mr. -Mil cities I on, Early Instruction In regard to Iho Lclhhrldgc Xorlh- project, very suttsfactory pros' Ercsa. Las been made in the obtain- ing of the. plauB from Ottawa, from T'hlch clly -Mr. Mucfclcston lias just returned. These plans will-lie filed. -will. bo The plans re- lor to-'water "rights, etc., and attpr 30 dire, "assessjnciits ivlll be mad D for conilructlon, and, accorrtliis to the' present Irrigation Act, farmerg noli-' fled ot Iho rumber of Irrigablo acres i llielr farm a and tho Bum they aro assessed for. Unleag thero nro a cer- tain of objections tbcrs Trill bo no ot an election be [or a construction la proceeded with once the uoruia are guaranteed by the gov- .While in tha city Mr. Anderson waa the gucsL ot Mr. ami Mrs. F. Downer .11 United Tlie session will luecl'at tho home of Mr. Oooih. 1512 4lli Ave. N. Monday evening Doy Scouts meet in the hall. M. S: incel In the hall. Tuesday Scouts' con- cert in Burgmann's halt. Friday choir con ert In the Christian Science Society, Hull Jlock, 7th SI. (ground weekly needay evening at 8. o'clock. r People's Forum future Mr. Ccomis will present other of his nrtisl in'iplla with Iiis recently oreanlzcj orchestra. Recital Proeram The recital given by Miss] HeUn XcfT, L. A. Ii., and Mrs. J. Rus- sell Kennedy, pupils of Leo 31. Coombs was In every particular a success. The I Colonial accommodated a very largo Jiudienco wbo appreciated tbe excel-1 lent rendition of all numbers. Miss 1 N'efi jjQssesscs unusual musical ability] REDS MAKE RAID AT ELLIS ISLAND NEW YORK, Dec. h? n woman, wtio. declared her hus- band had been deported io Russia yesterday as an anarchist, Reds today attacked the lo the Ellis Istsnd ferry, in an effort lo radicals nwalling deportation. A riot cell wai turned in-by the police be- fore order coufd be reilored. Why Gamble? your hono and Its fur- nishings. in auy furniture store anJ sec il. Mould COEL you to replace your furniture. Then call enough In- surance to replace in caso fire SVRACUSE. -V. Y. PubHeherB rppreeonllng Iwcniy weekly newspap- era In tajuea County dcctfled at a conference In Auburn last night to Increase their rates fifty r beginning January i. They staled ii was a case oi Increas- their rates or soSnjj out of liusl- deal wltli tbe mal'.cr of relief. la this matter thp it arc anilous to forthwith a view of luimedlale ivanls. CANNONEERS JAZZ BAND K. of P. HALL THAT SCHOOL AFFAIR Lethbrldgc, Etc. 22, 1919. Editor Herald: Is lo laugh.-I am afraid our worthy School Board and "Dr. Black >lll necompllgh between them, with out Iho bclp of Mlsa Kennedy, what H Is alleged tjls stated-- that ahc ivouH rnalto a laughlas stock of the schools la our cHy. A Iho nchool hoard wna tilled for Friday oronlng last, Lo deal some rumors going Iho round! of the cltj i-boul Trhat was taklnj place At-the Echools. Tho board tneels and, "after careful InvcBllgatlon ot all tho facia, endorse the ruling o1 the laperintendent." Naturally oni Would suppose that at such A ''carefu InTestreftdpn" that the, ah all we say plaintiff Trould be callrd to'give evld ence. But no. (Can It be'lhaT' tlic board had made up Its mind fcs to Iho It doca not call (or inch Call Iha puta in a loiter, letter perned, fine, defendant Juatl- flejl !r.-eo2T9e taken. Jn rlew of conflicting' (eatlmoTiy there must In- deed JiaTe -been, "A Daniel como to Chiding from Saturday's Issue of your paper "and Iho meeting clcered tho atr an to iirivl actually taken ttace It may Ihc ooarrl tho taxpayer sllll >hloks the ilr h rather murky oulfiide. for (he Information of the board it Tnlghtjjo Tre'll to point out, that them tire two oldcj to every story. In thU connccllo'n Iho Question 13 apropos of, >hy.lhd one aclccled by the, children to rrmko the presentation was airald lo, The .preeeuUllon being ma'Jo "by lomft one To give sohoo! iioriril 6n tdca of now the Uxpiycr looks at the last Incident In Iho HlacJoKennctty fiasco. 1 La H.I tho of the clly, Iho general Impression la; that Dr. Ulack, hiving Leon adjudged victor in the first round should liccn a enough man lo allow the chlluioa lo make the Meientatlon-lo Miss Konncdr when nnd where they liked, and the Rift (o ho presented whom Ino childron wanlbl. If iho IncMonthad been dealt vllh (J (hla manner Iho laxpaj-er things tho matter would havo undent'history In n very short Xow, however, ftiol has lioen lo Ihe ami Ihc chllilrcji a dcci" BcnUJ (rndfo to HUM, Her. D. II. district lecrelarr of the Canadian Bible .Society visited bbrlrige, on the lAtb Instant, preach- ng In Knox church In the morning1, addressing {he Christian Mcn'i Ivcague n tha afternoon, nnd at both Ay'csley and the Baptist'churches In. ho evening, at the close of tlis etsu- ng n public meeting was. held In the DapMat churcli at which rcpresenta- [Ives were present from the United Church North Letbhrldgc, Knox Church and First Baptist, the meeting p'realdctl oier by the HOT. A. II. and tho following ofirtirr, were elected. President secrelary-lreasurer, Her. W. Dafoe. A. was elected first TJce-preaJdecl, all other resWeat ministers ficccod. TUES. DEC, 23 Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing WE ALSO CLEAN FURS, GLOVES OF ALL KINDS AND FLOOR High Cliu Work lit Lemt ReguDr Cmtomtrs Every Week 10% Off. r.-rlece Sutl prcaacil 3-pleco Su.'t iiresftai: calf.- 3-flece SUIl sponge cleaned and presied........... 1.00 3-piece Suit ;ponBe cleaned and preited 1.2r> Suit, Fronch Dry. Clcnncd.. 1.50 Tanls pressed .30 fanls sponge cleared and presscil .50 Pants Prencli.-Drir ClCiiWil .CT Overcoat PrDsstti Only.....CO Overcoat and prcsa- er) from 100 Lidlei Suit pressed only, from -15 Suit uponge cVcaned cnrt l.Oi) Sulls French Dry Cleaned, from 1.RO Skirl only, (com .30 SVIrl sponxd cleaned and rrC3snI, from .65 Skirt French Dry (Jkun'd, from .70 AIT Rtpilring Chtrgf j Extra, DELIVERY FREE PHONE T[ 70 LEE DUCK 40? Ulh ST. N., LETH6RIDQE M IARLOW'S EAT ARKET AGENOEgJUi Slock, LDihbrloj. PHONE 651 The Finest Turkeys In Alberta (or Christmas Our customers the qual- ity of these blrda we hr.vo had for yeare. Please order early. also the choicest DUCKS CHICKENS GEESE And a. fine display cl choicR meata, nil young' end just prc- yarcd for Lhe ChrlsLmu R. COULTRY Phone 492 MMt JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank Free Delivery 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 E OR DRY IREWOOD ONE 516 aro showing Ihcsb two lines In crery design by (ho makors. CbocoUtes, 50c lo Papetriet, 40c to Frank Hedley Drug Co. P. Lund Son Lumber and Builders' Supplies PURE, RICH MILK Our milk lests exceptionally liigh and is pasteurized. The jiasleurlzallon lemrcraliirc of milk Is 1 12 degrees hcl'l (or 30 minutes. Our bottles Rro vaslicd In socl.t and Ihcn scalded Bt a tcinpErituie of 155 degrees In clear water. Tlicrcforo (hil milk and the bottles Ihoroughly sterilized, THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Crtam, HaU Pint 15i Crew, HaU Pint 20c OUR lUIINEtS l DAILY Dellverle? lo ill cf lie city. Ndrlb ward delJTerln In lia Iflemoon. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1Kt: The late Jaraea T- Gordon, of Its (Jordou, Ironsltleg tnd Fzres Lo., whose uealh has heca annouaced, was president of. He well known ranching an'l packing company with which his name Is associated. He had (be rspu- ip.Uon ot being tlio one and only SHP- srul Importer ot catUe from old country. Ills name Is widely known over Iho west. Tho firm does a great deal of bufllness locally, particularly with the Knight- Watson Co. Mr. Fares, a momler of the-- firm. Las been a frequent visitor- to the city 1u connection Kith the business of (te concern. Why Not Do Your Christmas Shopping TOMORROW? It will be better for everybody. Another list of ihe very choicest Christmas Groceries. nine Hawaiian spc. Olives, jilaln. larso Eelec- ef clal today, j g lion, 20e to.......... ODC