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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL LOCAL NtWt WHERE YOU BXMtCT It THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UVB LOCAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 19'Jl LtTHWULXJIi. AJJBEHTA. PAGE SEVEN Weed Control One of Most Vital Problems in Southern Alberta tlon .was called to laue auins ot mon- bo Hon. Duncan Marshall ey iu, wiuiew said wcro from the procewlii of lalet at his procewlii ot store, and of cattle, and (ram money he had obtained from the Grain Bank. 'An omlialon on which counsel placed great itreai on was the ab- sence of any book for the inter- val front the end of August, 1919, to tho middle of October that year. Wlt- for a large attendance at was asked to explain what had in Appeal For Large Attend- ance During Weed Special Tour Hon. Duncan .Marihall, provincial of agriculture, lihs iaiiued an lectures on the weed special train Hmt will be touring Southern Alberta, iliif- month. A special appeal has been issued to every reeve, municipal weed in sped and farmers, to attend. The appeal routls in part: "The train u-jll bo replete in its equipment] become of the book showing the trans- actions durinE the period, but was not Huflicieutly. explicit, Gutrln Knvw More Than Ht Did In a statement by him and read to him, in which were given de- tails of buiineflH, ackwartz'a at- tention drawn to the fact that iu 10 deal thoroughly with the whole-this it was iteted that he owed his weed question. There will be two i creditors the nun of only To lecture cars and one exhibition this he answered that Guerin lad told with full equipment and material for him that he knew more about hla af- domonitratlon. The very best procur- able speakers from the throe prairie provinces will bo on hand. Grass- hoppers and cut worm control, to- Kcther with soil drifting troubles will also be thoroughly discussed. "The expense of equipping and op- erating this train will be considerable fairs than he birawlf and the state- ment WHS got up for the purpose of Guerin's getting him a loan at St. Paul's. He denied that he knew whoie writing figured in the document which he signed, though the defence stated that it was drawn up by Mr. Williamson, actirif-caihier of the Sweet Grass Bank, to whom the in- All "Weed control is oue of the moat vital, urgent and difficult matters with which agriculture of Alberta has to deal. Our annual loss through weeds is enormous, but at least part of that loss is quite preventable." The appeal goca on to point out thvt the Itinerary was arranged, as much as possible, to give reeves and councillors, an opportunity of attend- ing with the least inconvenience. Mr. Marshall asks those who are so sit- uated that they cannot attend with ease to make every effort to get to some Attendance by coun- cils as bodies is desired. formation wai given by in hud told him that he knew more of his affairs than ha did. This he re- peated. On a Question raised aa to the nat- uralization of Schwartz, which was said to have taken place al Leth- bridge, Mr. Juttlce Ives wanted to know whether it was election time. A. P. P. Head Looks for Better Efficiency Now in Local Lengthy Case in Supreme Court Drags on While Business Being Untangled Nothing ot moment transpired in the Schwartz-Guerin case when it was resumed on Tuesday morning. The witness Schwartz was taken in re-examination by his counsel C. F, Harris through the various cheques, etc. in his transactions with the Furm- rrs and Merchants Bank, Sweet Grass, Witness was questioned by Mr. Ben- nett as to whether ho had engaged la the cattle business ur his store to Ti Commissioner Cuddy, of tho A.P.P., j Is in the city on his periodic Inspec- tion. Speaking of the liquor fines I which are now to go to the cities and municipalities in cases where the lo- cal police forces are instrumental in securing prosecutions, the Commis- sioner said that this wai as U should be. It will serve as an encourage- ment to the members of the local forcesi and at the same time would be helpful to the cities in adding to the efficiency of. these in the money which the fines will provide. said Mr. Cuddy, "I do not believe in fines for infraction of is after the.disposal in o ,'olley, and when told i tho lnost efflcacloui he had not was asked by counsel; Tould But whether he was to take to be as "ft 1B enforced then it reliable as the rest of his evidence. 9bould Rpphwl all round not only To this he did not reply. After beint! "i reglnl Vtovinwl legislation but of Brock and 'Co., one of the whole- sale creditors of. Schwartz. He de- posed that Schwartz and Guerin c to his office in Calgary on Sept. 3rd, in In the box nearly two days Schwartz! to federal tne convictions for left it at 11 30 being m possession of Illicit stills. The next'witness was Mr. Birken- regard to a portion of confiscated shaw, manager of the Calgarv branch nosplUU Commission. er Cuddy is in favor of this for the purposes for which it is used in hos- pitals, for rubbing for the prevention of bed sores and for medicinal pur- ,po9f' This matter, however, should trustee for Schwartz's estate. Sell- vendors, wartz's business .he was informed was sold to Tolley for the sum of S27.000. and that the creditors' claims would Cutldy 's strongly of the opro- be met pro rata. On asking Gnerin ,lon ''at prescriptlpnB should not bo for a cheque for owing hU firm. by drugstores. be was told that this could not be W7t T rvnaa done as it would be giving it a prefer- i 1MJHK1J1S WILL CKOhB once over the other 'Oiier-j SANDS AT CHAN BROOK in told him that Schwartz did not owe! ____ ne5' Several members of the Omar Khay- yau Temple, No. 141, Dramatic Order Referring to anything of future leg- islation In regard to liquor, Commis- mortgages and receipt for the Order Kniglits of Klioras- wero signed on August 25th and 2nth, sau' Oasis of Bast Kootenay-Put before the store at Milk River was; sc; til ears to the ground and listen. "to that I dr9tact the trump ot j iiat was so but he did not know for Caravan has broken sure'that that was the date today. If he swore to it he had made a mistake. His Lordship here suggested that the war, entitled to the benefit of Uie doubt, in that he, in the date men- tioned, might have been referring to ilie sale of his store and not to the on which the mortgages were signed. Mr. Bennett conceded that he might be nWowed the benefit, though he thought otherwise. Blames Guerin Schwartz in the witness box snid that Guerin was to blame for the wholesale creditors not being paid off: Ho further aaid that Tolley, when he bought tho store did not come through the money. At the time there was a judgment against witness by the .Swift Canadian Co. for and as Tolley owed him more money than that he asked him to nay him so that he could settle with the Swift Co. On Tolley'a fiiiMiis to du this tho Bto'ffi seized by the creditors and clos- ed. Askeii if lie had made any sugges- tion to anybody that, lie .should take on the storis and carry on so as to pay lil'f the Swift Co.. witfieiiH uaid In; hail rot. On thU Mr. Bennett oroi-oecicd to read former evidence where he show- ed that, such 11 proposition bad been made by wltnrss to .Mr. Moff'iUr, coiin- Bfil for UrocU i'tid Co.. C'filgary. A Mitslng Pass Book i The bank books of Schwartz In hlH with the Bank of Cominercn j at Mill; River wi-rc jnwliicod In court aud gone over by Jlr. llnnnn'tt. camp at Zem Zem Springs and the i next feeding of the tiger and milking of the camels will be at Cranbrook. The oasis of the fair Kootenay on Fob- ruary igth. Dust your fez, round up j your Tyros, put yourself In-good with i Dad. who will arrange transportation for Tyros and 'tVont seats for worthy I Arabs. The night will be filled with music and the cares that infest the I day will fold their tents like the Arabs and silently steal away." i The Bett and Cheageit of Bread and Milk Try it one of these cold evenings. Milk has nutritive values not found in any other foods. Crystal Dairy Phone LIMITED BRIGADE ORDERS 20th llvt. I.l.-Col. C. i C. StlWmrd, D.S.O. j 39th W. Barnuial. Sth January, 1S21. Xu. a 7.oO p.m., armouries open. Drill order Detail: No. 1 group, signalling. S p.m. iu 8.45 p.m., Sgt. Harman; Gun Lay- ing 8.45 p.m. In 9.30 p.m. S.45 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. No. 2 S p.m. to 8.45 p.m., Sgt. Harmnn; Bad Fire During Early Morning; Damage Is DANCERS WENT HOME TO BED IN THE DARKj A number of dancers returning from the Sikotokl chapter I.O.D.K. dance, fouiii] that they hud to go to lied In the dark as consequence of the burn- inn of electric light poles in tho flre that took place In the DuR Addition In the early hours this morning! The burning ot the poles caused u short circuit, through tho breakers in the power house, which afflicted all the No. 1 circuit In the city. One irate Marty roused up Commissioner Free-1 man from hifi peaceful alumhars and wanted to know why it that bu With a hoavy wind blowing at to- the i o'clock this morning the Ore depart-1 eloctnc "sht at h'B home not bems Bond-Contract Proposal Will Be Submitted to the L N. Trustees -o Two Barns, Cow and Horse, Two Autos and Worth of Hides Destroyed the charge of uttering worthless, cheques on Chinamen at and elsewhere, elected for speedy trial. This was the man who was arrested by Chief Faulds at Taber from a, de- scription received from the A.P.P. I incut wus summoned to tho Duff addl-J S tr tltm aml worl! to save 8.45 p.m.. Sgt., Hendrle; equip' i in nient, 8.45 to 9.30 p.m. 845 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. No. 3 drill. uvnnno and .Stli street. When the "Tailub'1'- "e walltocl the S6e" to as lit; could noi, undress nor find his way to hl.s bed. "BY WORLD FORSAKEN, BY THE WORLD FORGOT" QUOTES DESTITUTE VET No. 4 s ixtn. to 8.45 p.m., Sgt. Lothian; signalling, S.45 to 9.30 p.m. -N'o. 5 Fu.ie setting, S p.m. to 8.45 p.m., H.S.M. Taylor; Gun Drill 8.45 to 9.30 p.m. No. G Laying, S p.m. to p.m., Lt. Jackson; Fuse Set- ting, S.45 to 9.30 p.m. Bdr. Roach. 9.30 p.m. to 9.45 p.m. All Drill, Capt. Rosewarn. Strength 20th Battery. C. F. on strength with effect as from 4-2-21. 230 Gnr. Mellvena, A. 39th Battery C. F. on strength with effect as from 4-2-21. 647 Gnr. Russell, Thomas William. 648 Gnr. Fox, Norman Harry. 649 Gnr. Speidel. William. 650 Gnr. Thompson, George. Act. C. 0. ISth Brigade, C.F.A. 10 SEE BIG GAME fire ilauartment urrtved ilie tire had I a fcood hold on M. Moseovitch s .904 Sth street south, and it soon I spread to the burn, of Jolm P. Fowl- i cr. SOij Sith street south, completely f destroying tho two barns and con- touts. The lire also spread to the barn ot I the Goldeu West Transfer company, j [conducted by .1. Masson, 951 10th' street south. This barn was only n 11'ew feet from the other two. It was j not totally destroyed, the damage to I it being estimated at One horse and one cow were lost but five horses were rescued In time. The west portion of the house of .M. Moseovitch was badly damaged. Mr. Moseovitch estimated this morning that he had worth of hides in his barn, where the fire is supposed to have commenced. Two motor cars were destroyed in the hum oi' Mr. Fowler. This morning W, A. Lowe, whose residence is across the street from the ex- pressed appreciation of the manner in which the firemen worked to save j surrounding dwellings. Mr. Moseovitch is said to have insurance on his property. Mr. Is believed to be without any and the Masson brothers had TIM TO PEN "By the world forsaken, by the world forgot." These ware the path- etic words uttered by Joe Smith, alias Ben Alyers. a former member of the 50th Battalion, who had lost au arm at Passchendaele. at the city police court, on Tuesday morning, oil a charge ot vagrancy. The defendant was discharged and taken in hand by the G. V; who will procure a ticket for him to Calgary. Ho stated llyit ho was at present in i destitute condition. Clinton Graham and Sam Baker Will Do Time at Prince Albert Heavy sentences were meted oiu to} prisoners brought up for sentence, at the opening of tho District Court on j Tuesday morning, by Judge Jackson. Hugh Forgie was given two years, less a day, in the LethbriJge jail, and Clinton Graham five years in the Prince Albert penitentiary. The pris- oners had pleaded guilty, on January 18th last, to the theft of the sum of on January 8th, the property of Richard Morgan of Taber. They gave us an excuse that they had been drunk. Forgie- is a returned man, with his home at Drumheller, and Graham, who is quite a youth, coinei Many Outside Visitors and M. A. Offic- ials Coming Acceptances to ths invitations is- sued for the R. jr. A. banquet on Chattuck Construction Co. of Los Angeles Ready to Sub- mit Offer H. T. Lloyd, enfllneer, repre- senting Chattuck Construct- ion Company of Loa Angeles, mat with the board of trustees of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District yesterday to discuss sub- mitting a proposal to the trustees. Mr. Lloyd desired to know if the trustees would consider a bond- contract proposal. The engineer was given- all the information in the of the district, covering the district's and was told that if the company's proposal was ly reasonable it would consid- ered. No definite promlee was given to Mr. Lloyd and it la un- derstood Mr. Lloyd telegraphed his seniors to the effect that the trustees would receive a proposal. The trustrit explained to Mr. Lloyd what the provincial govern- ment has to do with the awarding of any contracts. Thursday night coming in to .Tames Rosa, secretary of the local branch of the Retail Merchants As- sociation. At present it looks aa If a good attendance- will come from out- aide points. Tickets are now in the hands of the secretary for local members, who should apply for them without, delay. The banquet will be held in Klrkby's. Prominent R.M.A. officials are sched- uled to take part in the program. on their barn. This morning Fire trom Manitoba. There was a bad Chief Hardy declined to make an of- licial estimate of the total damage. Mr. Fowler owns a blaclcsmitlishoij i at 40U -Itu street south. record against the latter. Sam Baker, of Raymond, who FINED FOR GAMBLING C. P. R. Will Put On Necessary) Equipment to Accommodate Those Who Go _________ At the city police court oil Tuesday, John Robinson was fined 550 with The C. P. R. will accommodate all costs, for being the keeper a gamb- wishing to go to tho Coloman-Leth- ling joint at 108 Fourth Street S. Three frequenters. John Hanson, Ed- id Mark Anderson, were bridge game in Blairmore on The C. P. R. is reaay to g extra equipment necessary on the reg- ular train. Manager George Dixon of the Lethbridga hockey'team is desir-, ous ofrobtainiiiK some idea the mini- her ot people who will accompany tbe team on this western trip. In order to do this he has requested that as many of those who will go. telephone him at his office, the Dixon Sheet Metal Company. Sufficient not- ice must be given the C.P.R. if extra equipment IK necessary. This game will decide the protest registered by Coleman as a result ot their last game in Lethbrklge. Leth- bridge is out to win thiu gumo and the interest in it, with the league closing this week, should attruot a good following. on Friday ureo oquen "Uvard James an IVG all tlio t found guilty on three charges in gard to a worthless cheque tor which I he obtained goods to the value of and a cheque for the balance, In the sum of from T. .1. O'- Brien of O'Brien and Nalder, merch- ants of Raymond, In change for the spurious cheque, and who was found guilty on January 18th, with sentence deferred, was given three years iu tho Prince Albert penitentiary, G. E. Fennelly, the man whu was arrested from the color of his tie on HOX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO, 5-6 Aodla Building 512 Third Avenue South Life is measured by deeds, not years. Chiro- practic adds the health that means achievement. See us today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLOG. PHONES 1677> M41. Does It Pay? hake or buy other bread when you run get such wonder- fully good bread from us fresh every day.- Does It pay to try and find bet- ter bread tluin ours? Try a loaf and let. your home folks imawer. John Gilmore UJ. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 373. THIS IS YOUR STORE It is your Store just K it has been the Stare or of othtr satisfied customers. Here you'll find a icrvlu that will appeal to you just as it hat to many, many othen. 50c Soluble Instant Uarrington Hull old friend in a new form. Visit our free demonstration of Harrington Hall Soluble Cot- fee and see how it is done. Per- fect coffee made in tho cup in- stantly. Toilet 6 largo cakes for tier pkg............ Self-Rising Buckwheat. Flour; 2 pkgo. for Huntley Palmer's per Ib............. Macaroni; large pkgs. 16-oz. size. Each Health 2 pkgs.............. Florida Grapefruit; Sweet nn Per IU. Brick per Ib................OUC Umburger per brick 25c 18c 40c Nursery 90c ,20c 35c Royal Crown Ammonia f Powder, pkg. .........IOC Old Country par Ib.............. Comb each Crosse Blackwell's Pure Olive Oil per jar Grecian dry cleaned Cur- rants, 2 Ibs. for Prunes; new stock; smrill -1 r 8lie. Per Ib..........IOC Clark's tins for............... C. Dry Pack............. Raspberries; fancy qual- ity. Per tlu Van Houtens per tin Corn 2 pkgs. Bath Brick- each 45c 65c 75c 50c 45c 40c 20c 50c 40c .25c 15c FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS, PHONES 1463 AND 1365. "Let's Eat at Kirkbys" Dining at Kirkby's is a Real Pleasure There are so many features of dining here that make you leave with an anticipation of coming again. The food, the service, the environment, the entertainment, the cool, fresh atmosphere, the court- eous attention are ideal. Such a place as you'll choose to come to a relief for your wife from the hot kitchen. Our extensive menu provides an abundance for every fancy. KIR KEY'S 3RD AVE. S. SUPERIOR HOME-MADE BREAD, CAKES, AND PASTRIES. Now is the Time to Get a Good Hat for a Small Price Mat in the Store at Nothing- over Five Dollars. MISS L A. SCOTT PHONE 457. THE MILLINER. 407 5TH STREET, ggggggy. 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 General Admution DOORS OPEN AT 7.15 P.M. RECITAL AT (40 P.M. ;