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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Page of Live Local News 1 All Whc 1 he Local Newt fe You Expect o MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 LETHBRUXJK, ALBt'HTA. Mr. Freeman Puts His Side Of Before The PuWic Owing is the contention rjlwd fcy CommlMlontr Freeman at to the apportioning of to borne by the city, the poroWIoht received a holtt and will be dlKUued when the come up contld- entlftn. Mr. Freeman contends that the charge to borne by the city fall on hit depart- msnt. The Mayor that if ft is to be thrown on the taxpayer then he wlU'be no party to the- fcheme, and to the matter re- far the pretent.' The fol- lowing are Mr. argu- to bear oiit contention: Mr. Freeman's 'Contention Tho statement that tho Public Utili- ties should be operated for tho benefit o( tho public goeV.wlthouB Question. But that tha Utilities are benefiilne tho public by supplying It with some- thing at less than U' costs to produce, Is not bcEePilttK ,1118 public .for two reasons: Ono IB. that the loss must be made up by tha public, and Itie other Is that Iho credit ot th8 city is adversely ef- tected If the UtIWIes are operated at a loss. A more or less fiyad distribution ol departmental charges his been estab llsbert by long'practice and does no' vary greatly In any of the cities o: Canada. In this respect tho muoleipally own ed Electric Plants; are.reimbursed. fo tho power consumed in Street Ushl Ing, and Waterworks'Department 1: reimbursed a. charge thi Fire Department-for hydranta.and lln services, etc. This system 13 ver. necessary know the prope v CARMANGAY LADY DIES IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER. B. C., Feb. 3. T. 0. Parkinson of Car-'' mangay, Alta., died here early this morning, few hours af- ter arriving in the city with her husband and daughter. o FGIMNMSJllE First Such Action Entered Local in Montreal .TUe last of the series of divorce court actions so far filed in tlie court differs from previous cue's In iliiif for the first time the plaintiff is the wife; in previous claims it Ims beeh Ihe husband irt every Instance. Di- vorce action bas been started by An- nie rYancia iMcCormnck through her FORCE EFFECTIVE For Complete Accord' mony or co-operation between the city A p tno With Other Police Forces in the City Chief of Police, Joseph Glllesple, who assume! his new duties on Sun- day is '-now well astride the satldleiee poVlco und Chief, President Longwortb, oi tho _ local G. V. A., accompanied by Mr, Ixjwe, was in Bow Island and Tiber, addressing gatherings of tho veter- ans there, on Saturday and Sunday. Civil Re-establishment scheme which he has charge locally The object ot the visit raado by Ixmgworih is to gel the vetetmiU lined up in respect to viows hew m regard to the matters he i and to set e.ti Isrge s. representation as possible from tho dl trict the Dominion convenllon to ba held, fo as to make it the biggest gathering of veterans yet held in the The meeting at Bow Island was held under his regime live up to Ha name. There isi much, remodelling that plans to do, and at present bo is f'entratlng the force on night be abovo asking tbem'to aid mo If iM the federal government in the way see m. b. VMS forces in tho citv" scheme. He placed the veterans' view- am, policy which Chief Gil- Point in regard to these, with the pro- al he i ,esnlc vm enunciate in tho force tlw have been mode: In re- s con- der Ws command Is that there should lo tho housing scheme, the wort, bo the "milk of human kindness" I "mis hold that Iho money appropriat- cost of each department.' And while solicitors, .Messrs. Shepherd, Dunlpp, of, aVpocket book which each member and g0 out to 'seek trouble, but make oi, a (i Of lae. lorco will carry. V, Bylawl to be Enforced 'If bylaws arc on the statute hook they have to bo enforced Is the opln- ion'of the Chief, otherwise they aro a !t their first business to maintain or-! der-wlth ah exercise of judgment and good common sense." there Is not much' difference in the (and Rice, for tho" dissolution of lier arce.'.It will bo his July to see that principle employed is 'thc'-dlfTcrer.t aiarriago with Francis McCormack. All liver diseases of whatever char- acter are diseases of the highest Im- portanca and demand close attention. The liver 'Is tiro largest and one of the most important organs ot tho iiody. Its duty ts to prepare and secrete cities, the amount charged Is some what arbitrary and. It would appear that lu some cities considerable len- iency is shown to the Utilities for reasons unknown unless it is In order to have them show a surplus, For In- stance, Edmonton pays' 76 per 1C W. lor street lighting; I think, pays 4c per K. the equivalent. bile, and serve as one ot tho niters i Kothbridgo pays-Sc'per where .n thc ,s Ereater ,0n-account of the' smaller sized plant and also on ac- count oC both Calgary and Edmonton having a considerable portion of their power from Hydro Plants at a price of 1 3-4c per K. W. I bave not Uis filial figures for 1510 yet, but the cost of power Is between a 1-4 and 3 1-2 cents' per K. W., and with increased cosi-'of labor nhd coal, I estimate It will.ho 3 l-2; cents per of the body, cleansing' it ot all impur- itles and poisons. Therefore when, the liver gels out ot order it is the start- ing of trouble in nearly every part o! tho body. Keep the liver'active by using Jill- burn's Laxii-Llv'cr Fills and you will hare no heartburn, constipation, bil- iousness, sick or bilious- headaches, dull, yellow eyes, brown blotches, sal- low compldiion.-.coated tongue, jaun- dice, 'catarrh1 of'the stomach, or tho ..........._.. _______ painful, protruding internal or bleed- o[ 25 per cent in distribution, bring- ing piles. ing the cost to 4.376. And this utility Mrs. John Kadey, Chipman, N.B., have used Milburn's Laxu- Liver" PUls for some time and can commend thsm to any one Buffering from -heartburn arid liver trouble. 1 tried other; remedies, but they only re- lieved fflo'.foiYa.short time. I always recommend Laxa-Livor -Pilb .to all sufferers aa.I think Uiey are a valuable remedyVi i -1 MiUrarn'a Laxa-Uver Pills are 25o a. vial at'fcUideaiers pr mailed direct on receipt' of prioe by The T. Mlltarn Co., Limited, Toronto, rt. through his infidelity. The plaintiff resides at Commerce, Alberta, and says that she was law- fully married to too defendant at .Stl Ijeonard's church. Deal. Kent, Eng-. land, ou February 17th, 1917, but there has not been any issue of tho mar- riage. Defendant at tho time of tho marriage member of .the Cxinur diiin Expeditionary Force, having re- sided in Canada previous to enlist- ment. On or about the month of June, defendant returned to Canada and took up residence in .Lcthbridge. He requested plaintiff to come to Loth- bridee to reside hero with him, which she did as soon as possible, arriving in Iho city in April, 1919. Plaintiff goes on to say that 'she lived and co-habited with Iho defend ant at Lelhbridge from the dalo oi K. W. for 1920. 'Add to .this, the loss j Her arHvaJ untn 2uA years of ago: who7are unattended by elders that .hey are to go home. Death on Speed Fiends Tho Chief will be death on the speed artists who exceed tbe "speed limit'In their cars in the city. Ho ill also flrmly insist that bicycles arc: not ridden ou tho sidewalks, esti- mating tho danger in 'the practice to pedestrians. Gait Gardens, said the Chiefi will be mainlaincd for what Intended to lie, the beauty spot for- the benefit of the citizens at will not tolerate any loaf- ing there or misuse of the gardens by pebple'sprawling on anfl spoiling the grass. -With this in view he has re-' miigltioned the city for extra seats, so., that, there will be no excuse for lying, along the.grass, causing tho complaints that were voiced last veterans TKC.CANADIAN SALT CO. Harmony With Other Forces "If there has want of har- should be the aim of the head of each department to avoid selfish- interest becoming a detrimental factor to lh general welfare lie city govern ucnt. It is only natural and a quality to be desired In tho administrative head of any Department of Utility, that there ba a keen desire on tho part ot the management to make as good a show- ing as possible. There, bowover, Is nothing to be gained as a'whole it the showing of ono department is Im- proved at thc expense 'of another. It has therefore been tbe practice, and I think a satisfactory .basis to, take, in order to avoid conflicting opinion, that each utility should givo its'services at actual cost to any other department. Am! it Is my opinion that just as soon os wo allow ourselves to get way from this principal wo nro getting Into (rouble. Because it happEnt that a very large proportion of our Citizens are electric light and power.consum- ers, and that the ariiount ot light and power consumed may'fairly well rep- resent the for; tax pur- poses. Yet to me It appears to be unwise, not very unfair, to. say that the bur- den of taxation should be shifted from one class to another without due con lidornlion as to thc extent of discrim- ination Involved, especially as In ilo ing so tlio council would ho breaking away from all precedent. STANDARDIZE FARM MACHINERY TORONTO, Feb. standard izallon ot farm machinery, especially the wearable and .breakable parts was advocated in a resolution pa'jci nt tho annual nicotine of (ho Ontart 1'lowmnn's Association, hero yesterday aflornoon. WINNIPEG, Feb. Canadian the trial of P. 3. Dixoii, churgctl with publishing sedi- tious words, William Percy, the only witness called this morning, under eross-examinalion by "Mr. Dixon, sail! "that tlio trades and labor council of Winnipeg was responsible for .Ihe strike last spring." The trades anil labor council, however, said witness, had not tho power to forco any.'ono local lo walk out. It was brought out from minutes of the general slriko committee that the question of flood Ing the T. Eaton company with bogus orders was advocalcd in an enileavor lo stampedo the staff. Witness Percy etined Iho committee one tltou and as "a band of citizens carry on the public utilities during :a strike." Hugh Phillips, K.G., counsel for lh rown, read various items from the Veslcrn Labor News and other ex ibits already put in describing Ihei iceting at llio Majestic ilrocalion of the genernl strike iiisiirJ ection and control of all lo also rend from tbe minutes of Iho general strike committee In which lio adoption ot the 0. IS. U. in its ntlrcly was urged and 'finally record- id as adopted. In llicso minutfa the question of iooding tlie T. Katon company with .ogus orders was advocated in an en- deavor to stampede the staff. The matter was left over and a committee ippoinlcd to go inlo it. Mr. Phillips then read certain extracts from the minutes of Ihe trades and labor coun- cil In which It was recorded lhat Russell bad advocated that tho coun- cil notify every central body Killing a general strike. Jlagicl Just drop a little Froezonc on that touchy corn, instantly ft stops aching, then you lift Iho com off with !hc fingers. Truly! No humbug! Try Freezcmc- Your drufcgta. n tiny Dottlo for a row siiinctcn; to rid your feel of every liard corn, sou corn, or Cfjrji ilit: ttjua, and catiiiscL', without particle of pain, or Irritation. Frcszone fa llio (liB.covory of a noted Cincinnati BORDEN IN ENGLAND LONDON'. Fob. Can- adian Dor- den, primt! minister of Cannriti, landed nl Portimouth today with Lord Jelllcoe from (he bat- tle cruiser New Kwland, and lirtirc'liinri to Lmiiiml. It Vi'as announced that Ills vUlt would bn strictly private. i OYEZ! OYEZI OYEZ! or Skins That Itch, Burn and Scale Bathe the affected part will i Cuti- cura Scapnnclhot ati'J ixb on Cuiii cuni Ointment. This ircr.tmcnt 13 en ris- ing ar.d rciirinj. of the icilct, bath and nursery thc Cuticura Soap land Ointment ore iuezl. The Soap lo cleanse and purify, the Oint- ment to soollie and heal. 2S u4 Me. Sold hrouKno'JttneDoniinton. SuPaalSt.. Mantrot. So.p K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS ......45c ......45c Fresh Dairy Butter, 1 -9 C 2 Ibs. for.......1---- Vermicelli, 1C oz. 2 for................. jDC Pineapple Jam, per jar Guava Jolly, per jar SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY CASH AND CARRY Hamsterley Farm Italian Prune Jam; 4 1L nails, D'ANNUNZIO BREAKS OUT ONCE MORE' TRIESTE, Feb. d'An- mmzlo, llallan insurgent leader nt Klume, lias seized the torpedo-boat Orslnl and !bo auxiliary ship Ciltn n Homa, bound for Anacona to Pola with munlilons and foodstuffs for Mi3 Ital- ian naval forces. The vessels were brought Inlo Flumo yesterday. MARRIAGE. RECORD IN TORONTO TORONTO, Teh. new high rec- ord for the number of marriages In a. sinslc! month In Toronto was llshert In 1S20. she (Ota! was C02. This was 105 higher thnn In any previous month in the city's liitj- fory, the former record Laving Lcen mndc In SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From tlio Special New York Number of "MOTOR" Become expert in Us mechan- ism .by studying the Eleventh Edition, tmd very latest Dyke's Encyclopaedia If U is to be a Henry Ford, or a.l'ord Farm Tractor, wo liavo ITio books Eo fell you all about 3iow lo run everything. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Avc. Phone 613 Sweet Gei'kinrt in bulk, per iloz. Fancy Mixed Uiscutla, assortment, per lb., 45c Fresh Rhubarb, per lb............... lilurj Point Brand Oysters, c'.ve- fully packed and delicious flavor, large CC- slzo................. OdC Small size 30c larga 70c ,20c GEa KERR FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 13C5 Teaches, JSUie Ribbon braml. peeled, 11 "oz. nkg..' 2 for.............. Cauliflower, each, 40c und Lettuce, each Florida Graprj stock, largo size...... Klim Milk Powder, per tin Sweel Mustard Pickles, per bottle -iUC 55c 45c 20c GO. ANN O UNCEMENT Charles DIRECTOR COLONIAL THEATRE ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTOR LETHBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY Professor of Violin (THEORY AND PRACTICE) PUPILS PREPARED FOR ALL EXAMINATIONS Mr. liercsford has a few vacancies open for preliminary n advanced pupils tor his new term, starting February 1st. STUDIO ROOM-EMPRESS BLOCK TERMS, PROSPECTLIS, ETC., UPON APPLICATION ORCHESTRAS'SUPPLIED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 360 1814 BY ORDER SIK.OKOTOK1 CHAPTER, I.O.D. E. THE COST To your Estate is no greater by appointing a Trust Company as EXECUTOR than an individual but yoti arc assured at all times of the benefit of our experience. Correspond or call on us for further information. The Britlsn PHONE 1813 Canadian T rus't Co. 315 FIFTH ST. S., LETHSRIDGE Federal Emergency Appropriation for Ex-members of the Forces This Fund ts being administered by the Canadian Fatriolio Fund. Tho territory covered by tho l.RthbridKo Dranch has the following bound- arics. nnd.Mttlff Bow River. Boundary, Island nod Foremost. anil 'Blood Reserve. Claims upon Ibis Fund are solely baaed upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT (luring tlio months of December. January, February urn! March, 1320. Before applications aro clUlblo for consideration Applicants must secure a Certificate from the authorized representative of the Depart-1' men! of Soldiers' Civil This notice in Inserted by tho I-MbbrMpe Branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund who will appreciate llio bringing (o tbclr notica, by any-, ono knowing tho circumstances, cases apparently eligible for financial i aid. Write or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND fio Branch) lloom 203 -701 We Cover the City Once Every Day for, the purpose nt sen-Ins you with clean, pa3- tnurfzoil milk and cream. Flcaso secure your Milk and Cream from our regular rotita drivers, It is impossible for us lo Ecncl small orders by ppccinl delivery. Put boltlerj and correct number of tickela or change out tho night before and you will not bo d is appointed, All routca ore coveted by ono o'clock. K you luvo been missed, phono Crystal Dairy Limited ;