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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL rn LOCAL wwi wmm YOU Bxracr IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LIT! LOCAL NlWt SATUKDAY, FEBRUARY'S. 1921 LBTHMUIXitt. AUJBHTA, PAGE SEVEN OLD TIMERS REGISTER James Rose has prepared the reglstur for the Old'Timers' association and this will be found in Rose' cigar store. The purpose of the register is to obtain information about all the old timers in this associa- tion, men and women. It will cost the men one dollar to jo'n tho association and got on thu register but the women will not bo charged. V V V Lawyers Had _AUttlerrf Pastiage Between Counsel in the Now Celebrated Schwartz To Be Gone Over Head of the Lakes Promises Rotes A Great Time Lethbridge Rotary Club Little Slow in Getting Delegates to Attend Conference Lethbridge's Rotary Club has got to get a move on In the matter of rep- resentatives to tho big convention Bt the head of the Great Lakes next month, so Governor Jack Davies and Sec-rotary Harry Clarke say. Leth- hridgo is the only club in District 19 which is causing tho district governor any concern, according to..a letter from him. Moose Jaw is planning on sending fifty delegates. Calgary and Edmon- ton will be well represented. So far assurance has only been given ot two members from Lethbridge, and Governor Davies does not consider this as ample. A big time is promised the visitors at the head of the Great Lakes. The following letter has been received from the east: "Have you ever seen that neck of the -woods known as the head of the Lakes? Oh Boy, the blue waters of' league and the shield that was em- Thunder Bay, the superb outline of blematic of the championship of the fmm tho Sleeping Giant, those islands known clty. and which .was the incentive to the Implements were bought from the the all shouting to ]many hard fought and exciting games? j Massey-Hams Co. originally was you and bidding you pack your knap- The league is apparently dead, but disclosed. Back, sling your field glasses across the silverware is-iu the. possession of I There was a passage between Mr. SEARCHING FOR GRANDSON Mm., L. L. Booth, lioi 338, Ouster City, South Dakota, Is (or information -con-: earning the whereabouts of tter grandson Peterson. She last heard of him from somewhere In Alberta. That was in 1911. Though They Hold Mug Out- right, Are Willing to Enter it For Competition What has become of the carpet ball An incident in the cross exauiini- -tion of Joseph Schwartz, whlifh taken in hand by K. B. Bennett, K.C., on Friday afternoon, was the elicit- ing from the witneu that he a certain document which contradict- ed the statement he made in the ex- amination for discovery previous to the trial. This was in the miitsr o! tho purchaae of some farm machin- ery from the Mauey-Harrli Co. The machinery waa bought from a Mr. Cirlen, who had previously purchased it from, the MMtej-HarHs Co., Stihwarta promising to pay who n turn was to hand over the money to tho implement company. The docu- ment in question could not be found at" the time of the examination for discovery, but it was' now in the hands of {he defence in the present action. Without showing witness the contents of document, Mr. Ben- nett asked him if the signature it bore was his. This was admitted, where- upon tho document showing that Schwartz was aware of the fact that your shoulders, load your old Jimmy j the Sons of England, it out- Pipe and hit the trails that lead to I right some five .years ago. Since that these two burgs. time and while the of their "We have hotels and -homos too, the I team were overseas Sons have put doors of which are oiled up for you, up tho shield for competition, and ready to swing you a wide, wide wel- successfully defended it on several come. Real beds in them so you can occasions. hit the Ostermoor for restful sleep, Tho question was recently asked sweet dreams, and all that sort of why the Sons were not "sporty" Btuff, after the big events of the con- ference days. "We eat down here. This northern Bennett and Harris owing to the request that Mr.1 Schwartz should stand down while Messrs. Ritchie and Moffat, lawyers connected with the actions, should go into the witness box. Objection was raised by Mr. Har- air, nippy sunshine, and the blow ofi the lake put an edge on your appetite enough to put up the for competition, and members of that club we found that letters had been-written to some or- ganizations with regard to games, but ris but overruled by the judge. The case was' adjourned to Monday morning, with his Lordship appoint- shield again; ing Mr. J. Ritchie'Paterson to go into speaking the various accounts which figure in Local Men Under Arrest At Granum Alleged To Be Participants Robbery of Liquor in Bond Two men, alleged to be participants in the robbery of liquor in bond on Its way from 'Calgary to Lethbridge in a C. P. R. car, have been arrested at Granum. They are local residents and will be up before the magistrate shortly. The men own a large Stude- baker car, and, from the traces on the snow, it is conjectured that the miss- ing liquor was taken from the C. P. R. car on the siding and put on the car. The consignment was one of Kuyper's gin, and it was evidently.-elached, with its present possessors endeavoring to peddle it at a case. A clever trap was laid by the A. P. P. in Macleod where the two men were given an order and unsuspectingly came in per- son with the liquor, and BO fell into the hands of the authorities. The cap- ture is regarded as an important one, in that a search has been going on far and wide to discover the authors of the theft. that will run It through a cast iron i that only one club, practically a new tin of sardines. There'll be lots of! one in the game, the G. W. V. A., had had the courtesy to reply. Now the Sons consider that it is to them to "Issue a challenge real food stacked up awaiting your arrival. And now said something; -we drink, in fact, _ _.. ._ ____ we drink water from the heights of to other teams. They hold the trophy, Lock Lomond and the depths of Lake having earned the same by their Superior. superior bowling. It is up to the "And think of the real fellows you would-be possessors. If they consider meet on March 21st and 22nd. they can successfully invade the Sons There's our own Crawford McCulloch camp and take away the prize, the your's as well, the first interna- boys" say they will be ready and will-1 tional V.P. Say Crawford is as full ing at any time to defend it and the of Rotary as a sack of wheat ten successful invaders will have to "roll pounds over weight. You can see the some." spokes of the wheel right on his I Teams wishing to take a crack may He'll "be here with the big wel-' issue their challenge to the secretary, come and .the Lake Superior hand- w. J. Coombs, Box 57, who will give Ihake. them all information as to terms and "Then there's 'Bob' Timmins, 40 conditions, and challengers may rest years young, six feet high, and clasai-' assured that they will receive an fled as a real fellow. He's coming to sarly reply, represent International Rotary. Sure he'll be here. He's vice-president of the I. R., and they say its worth a tig Journey just to meet Bob. "Speaking of people, don't forget you'll get the glad hand from Walter Ruasell, our local president. Have you the Y.M.C.A. The meeting will open ever met Walter? He's some "t B o'clock and following it will be the strangers' supper. Mr. Virtue the case and to present a statement to the court on Monday morning. This arose from the transactions with the Fanners and Merchant! Bank of Sweet in which the defence IB seeking 'to prove that the mortgages and notes for m dispute were to cover the Indebtedness ot Schwarti to the bank and not, Schwartz for the purpose of a new loan. MR. VIRTUE THE SPEAKER A. G. Virtue will be the speaker attendance at the Sunday afternoon meeting at ,_ .v_ In K-lrKDyS. RETAIL MERCHANTS PREPARE FOR SUPPER More than one hundred invitations have been issued for the supper in connection with the district conven- tion of the Retail Merchants associa- tion in Lethbridge next' Thursday night. These invitations went to re- tall merchants living outside of Leth- bridge. This will be the first district con. vention of retail merchants in South- ern Alberta, and it ia expected many questions of Interest to the retailers will come up. A number of promi nent officials of the R.M.A. will be in The supper will be held not a Sleeping Giant either. He's got a million-dollar smile and a hand- shake like an earthquake. "Come on down, fellows, and bring your wives. 'Wo are going to have a corking bang-up Rotary time. There'll be everything but bathing, and we may have that if this, weather keeps OP." I The next meeting of the Lethbridgo will discuss the future of the boya. FRANCO-POLISH AGREEMENT PARIS, Feb. Brland con- iferred at length this morning With Prince Sapiens, the Polish foreign dred per cent, attendance is wanted, and the question of-the big conven- tion will come up. GIRLS LOOKING FOR HUSBANDS DEFEAT VOTE TORONTO, Feb. school teachers have, by a small majority, re- jected a scheme of grouping insur- ance which was proposed to cover the entire teaching staff of the citv. Ac- cording if an official of the teachers' association, "many of the adverse votes were cast by girl teachers who Are 'confident of capturing a husband before they do much teaching." I James Sargent, secretary ot the Commercial Travellers' Association ot Canada for forty-five years, died at To- ronto. France and Poland have virtually been completed. They provide for the exchange of certain products, a customs agreement and political nego- tiations for the purpose of arriving at a common policy regarding Russia and the Baltic states. The agreement, however, still is tentative. Oh, beautiful woman! Con- tinue to be a beautiful wom- an. Let good health and the admiration of your friends be your crowning Know the truth and "OPEN YOUR EYES." See thil Mastodon of Sen- sational Films. The young fellow who thinks he Is only "sowing hit wild oats" will Bftener than not be reaping poisoned weeds. An evil can never be out by being afraid to talk about It- Plain speech mutt be employed. The younf girl who forgets her modetty just once li like- ly never to remember It ignin. (very grown rnun and boy ttiould kngow the value of clean living. Oh, you be.utlful glrll You (re your mother's and fath- er's pride end joy. "OPEN YOUR EYES." Let them never sorrow at your slight- est Indiscretion. Lantern Lecture ON "NEW ZEALAND" "The Wonderland of the World" TUESDAY NEXT AT 8 THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH BY Pastor J. Franklyn A night of Songs, Scenes, and Story. Admission 35c. Albert Wiley, Hydro lineman, ot Hamilton, was electrocuted at Gait. O. EOX 940 PHONE 1D1J Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 6-8 Acadla Building 112 Third Avenue South our Figure for Lethbridge Still Keeps Very ber Secured Work Sixty-eight mon arc today :cd at the Lethbridgo office the provincial labor bureau as unemploy- ed. During the past week twenty men were gtven permanent employ- ment and twenty-eight work. Seven men were given casual work, Four women were placed and five remain on the hooks as unemployed. On the books at the present time as a result of the past week without work are two sheepherders. -one hricklayer, one'carpenter, one store clerk, one clerk, two book keepers, one news agent, seven laborers, one blacksmith, one steamfltter, one min- er, two messengers. Those given env ployment were: one farm laborer, one cook, ten laborers, one saddler, and seven teamsters. In the women's department one housekeeper was placed, two maids and one cook. THERE ARE NO SUB- STITUTES FOR BUTTER FAT Imitations will always be imi- tations. Use the real thing. Crystal Creamery BUTTER Sold at all stores, or phone us. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Who is there that doesn't like a good piece or Bread, if it la made with the right flavor and In a sanitary way? QUAKER BREAD is, and It's to your liking. It has met with wide fapor and will please you just as it has pleased others. It's as good as It looks. John Gi'more Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. BIG CROWD HEARD MR. JONES' LECTURE Before big crowd in the United Church last nUjht Rev. T. D. Jones delivered an Illustrated lecture on Newfoundland. Previous to the lec- ture a musical program was given. The funds'raised were for missionary purposes. Mr. Jones' lecture was interesting right through. His slides depict the educational, social, history and busi- ness life of Newfoundland. The mu- sical program consisted of a solo by Miss Bessie Wilson, a violin solo by H. B. Kllner, a solo by Miss Branch Olander. Erlka Olandor was accom- panist for these numbers. Envelopes Received Thip Horning Indicates An- other Jump in Prize Money Judging from the number of enve- lopes received this morning address- ed to the Herald's Football Contest department the contest has made an- other high water mark. The enve- lopes will not be opened until next week so the exact number of entries cannot be told today. However this is very gratifying. It is what the Herald wants to see. Keep up the good work. The con- test is conducted to .please football fans and a constant growth, like this contest has been experiencing, shows the Herald -is doing that. I) QteM Health In Spite Of Winter Stuffing SATURDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 18 (By HYRUM SMITH, D.O.Ph. C.) The penalty of suffering, at any time, but the penalty for stuffing is coughs, kidney trouble, and when resistance low, such serious winter' diseases'ae influ- enza and pneumonia. ACT FOR HEALTH TODAY Delay adds to suffering. BUltation is .without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Black Phones and 1441. Nearly everyone ia guilty of overeating in some de- gree. When the spine is in good order and there ia no interference with, nerve impulses to the stomach, lungs, liver and kidneys, Nature is usually able to take care of the excess eaten without discomfort. If you suffer from winter colds, and find it aard to throw them off, chiro- practic spinal adjustments will bring you back to normul health and strength. Well of Digestive Breakdown "Though doctoring constantly I kept getting worse. From 212 pounds I dropped to 1GS. I spent twenty days in a Martins- ville sanitarium. Different spe- cialists pronounced it intestinal indigestion, catarrh of the stom- ach and bowels, and two called it Bright's Disease. After tak- ing Chiropractic spinal adjust- ments for moro than two months I was again able to do all my farm work and back to my usual weight and strength." John Briney, Chiropractic Research Bureau, Statement No. 125L [CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS (DISEASES COLI.OWING Snwl LOWER PllfCHED HERVE5, IMPOSSIBLE TO" FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES LIFE AND HEALTH) TO THEIR ORGANS AND TISSUES J RIGHT AFTER WEDDING STARTS TO GET EVEN In the police court at Coleman, Albert Kubza was fined with costs for wilful damage to property, to wit: breaking four windows In the resi- dence of his next door neighbor, Mrs. Piecuk. It appears that Kubza had only been married two days previous to the breaking of the windows. On tho day of tho nuptials one of his windows was broken, and suspecting that it was some ot the boarders in the house next to his who were the culprits, he proceeded to retaliate. USE RENTAL IAX Will Be Sought By The City Commissioners in Amend- ment to Charter The Commissioners intend to ask the Legislature for power to amend the charter so that tho city will have the authority, should it see fit at any time, to put into operation the rental tax. This opportunity is considered necessary in that Edmonton is seek- ing to have its charter amended so that powar may be given to impose the rental tax as allowed Medicine Hat, on the basis of ten per cent on the rental value with a minimum of It is considered that the action proposed is a corollary of the adopt- ion of the rental tax by Medicine Hat, with the desire of other cities to have this privilege to be put into force if it was thought to necenary la any- thing in the way of adjusting tuei. Ottawa Kiwani., club protests against Cleveland hankers establtah- ing 201 per cent, discount on Canadian money. One of the Features of the New Equipment at the Local Offices Sufficient equipment is on order tor the Lethbridge telephone office to sat- isfy the demand for a city of twenty thousand population, said Jamos Dow. superintendent this morning. Com- plaints have been heard that new telephones cannot he obtained. The reason for this is that the manufac- turer cannot deliver the equipment for a few months yet. Everything .ia ready In the Leth.. bridge office to receive this equip- ment and once it is here Lethbrtdge citizens Till be quickly satisfied. Much other equipment Is coming to make the telephone' office in this city one of tho most up to date in the Do- minion. In drawing the plans for the addi- tion, which was erected this winter provision was made for every up to date detail that would add to the com- fort of the inmates. A kitchen will soon "be completed for the girls. They have a private locker room and a pri- vate retiring room. This room Is -well lighted, airy and .will be fitted up with lounges, easy chairs, tables and desks. The exchange rooms are well light-. er. The ceilings are a good height and the surroundings are such that it will be a pleasure to work in them. When the new exchanges are Install- ed the Lethbridge office will contain the latest models ot automatic equip-' ment being manufactured. SACRED CONCERT An orchestral concert will be riven In the Colonial theatre on Sunday night. Brick per Ken's Pure Jar, 60cand90c Crossa Biackwell's QC Pickles ..............ODC Chloride of 0 each ................IOC size, Oft Per dozen ............JUC Golden Tip. QC- per Ib................00 C Fancy Mixed 1 p per Ib................40C Jap 1 grade, per White 31bs. FREE ...60c Soluble IniUnt Barring-ton Hall old friend In a new form, Visit our free demonstration of Barring-ton Hall Soluble Cot- fee and see how it li done. Per- fect coffee made In the cnn in- stantly. Royal Shield per Ib. Head Lettuce- each (Bum ui per Ih......m-jmm Ripe tor Lobster per tin............ per box........... Colden West AnunoaU Powder, 1 pin, I C DELIVERY. ...20c ...45c GEO. KERR GO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 13W. KERVE8 HEALTH VIGOR- HURRAH! HURRAH! HOORAY! HOORAY! FOR THE Big Moccasin Dance (Weather Pennlttlng) Under the Auspices of the LADIES OF 3T. PATRICK'S CHURCH Tuesday Eve., Feb. 8, at Skating Rink Come and have a merrie time; the .last dance before the Lenten season. A Buffet Supper will be served So no one will go unnerved, There'll be home-made pies and etkea, 4 Just the kind that Mother makes, Sandwiches to make you smile, A cup of coffee that is worth while. DANCING FROM 9 TILL 12. TICKETS 75e. ORGAN RECITAL WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH FRIDAY, FEB. BY DR. J. E. HODGSON. F.R.C.O., CALGARY ASSISTED BY MRS. E. F. LAYTON SOPRANO MR. FREDERICK BLACKBURN LYRIC TENOR General Admission DOORS OPEN AT 7.15 P.M. RECITAL AT 3.00 P.M. ;