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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TO LOCAL KIWI WHBRB TOD EXPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTB LOCAL WtWi FUIDAY, FKBUUABY 11, LETHHR1DGU, AJLBEKTA, PAGE SEVEN Electric tight and Waterworks Departments Made Over Each, While Street Railway Deficit Leu Than Expected. Lethbridge utilities made a better showing last year thari they have done for many years past. Figures given out today at the city hali ihow: Waterworks department operating Electric department operating surplus............................. Street railway department deficit................................ mine surplus.............................................., 107.03 Commissioners in charge of the departments are greatly pleased with the resutts of the year's operations. On the street railway, Commissioner Freeman had expected a much 'larger operating deficit on the five-cent fare. IEA1HER Old ;T Local Wholesale Concern Gives An Idea of Troubles in the Business Loudier coiiiiiUoiis in Cuniulu. today 1 arc not the.brightest accenting to in-! formation received iit the Ureat West Rubber and Footwear Company. The export trade is rtot good and with) many items in tannery business j still costing: war prices the output IB t curtailed considerably. Very little can be told of what this yeur will bring forth in this business. A letter received from England in re- gard to trade conditions there reads: "tt'e are sorry to say that as regards trade in this country we have been passing through the slowest and worst trade that anyone can dur- ing the past fifty years, but we are looking forward to better trade in the- near as soon as factories re- open and selling prices become steady. "Sales made during the past- months have been at such ly low figures (well below the cost of production) that some are- really hiu- business instead of helping it. UE course this cannot last and we are looking forward to the time when we will again be in your market." Active trade is not expected in the spring but a brisker trade is looked Tor in the autumn. An actual short- iiso of pertain classes of leather, par- ticularly sole leather, can be expected. TUIs would occur it the export trade opened up. JERSEY EAGLE ATTACKS LOCAL RESIDENT ON 11TH DAY OF FEBRUARY TV'e haven't a fish story today. But perhaps this' one is just as good. Judge for yourself. J. M. Gilmour, of UOS 3l'd Ave. south is responsible' for It and he says It Is all true. It happened this morning. Mr. Gilmour went out to feed the cat before going to his daily grind and lo and bebolf his bald spot was attacked, One large Jersey Eagle, large- sized variety of mosquito. Mr.' Gilmour said, sought a breakfast on Ills cran- ium. Now if summer ian't coming fast Mr. Gilmour wants more proof. What Lethbridge's Library Will Look Like The new library building will be one-storey, with a basement con- taining lecture h'all. workshop and boiler room. The library part of the building will consist of one spacious and lofty area, divided oil Into rooms- by means of book- cases. At the entrance will bo a delivery counter with the librar- ian's desk. On each side of this will be the reading room and ref- erence library and the children's room. The exterior of the build- Ing will be of brick with stone setting. There will'be a pitched roof to the building, with gables at each end, with copiug of cut stone and a central window in each gable. The building when cmpletcd will be 57 ft. by 31 ft. the foothill country west of Card- ston. Where tttr. Moore expects at least ttftjf silos will be erected dur- ing the next year. ANOTHER RUBBER CO. TO ENTER LOCAL HELD LOCAL MINERS KNOW NOTHING ABOUT PLAN TO THEIR WAGE3 WATCH for Monday's great Hippodrome Vaudeville Show at the Colonial, Vou'ii see the .best bill of the season. word of: a convention of the U. M. or A., has been received by Robt. Peacock, secretary of the local mine workers' nni'on. Thursday an item was published to the effect that operators are considering asking the miners to submit to a cut in wages and a4so that a convention of the above organization will soon be held at which wages will be the chief Item of business. Mr. Peacock says he has heard nothing of it. WATCH for Monday's great Hippodrome Vaudeville Show at the Colonial, You'll see the best bill of the season. Dairy Promoter of Dominion Department of Agriculture Gives Opinion Sunflower silage is fast coming in- to favor In Southern Alberta, A. G. Moore, dairy promoter of the Domin- ion department of agriculture, said today. Mr. Moore has been visiting in the Lotlibridge. Cardston and Ray- mond districts for the past few days. While iu this part of the province lie has been viewing dairy herds, urg- ing farmers to take weight and but- ter fill tests in an effort to build up the dairy herds of Southern Alberta. While about this business he found that the farmers are taking a great interest in the sunflower as a means of feed. This applies particularly in O. COX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS' Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-fl Acadla Building 312 Third Avenue South SHOE REPAIRS For best work at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. On the of March, Lethbridge will acquire another distributing agency. The Kaufman Rubber .Com- pany, fjimited, will enter the Southern Alberta Held with their Lifebuoy Brand of goods. The Greatf.West Rubber and Foot- wear Co, will act as ngems for this large Canadian manufacturing firm, it was announced this morning. The locai firm has not been in the field very long and with the acquiring of this agency they are building up Leth- bridge as a trade centre. The Kaufman concern has branches in Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Ed- monton, Vancouver and Calgary. LEO SMITH, RESIDENT OF CARDSTON DISTRICT PASSED AWAY THURSDAY People living in the Cardston dis- trict will regrtt to laarn of the death at Gait hospital Thursday afternoon of Leo Scott Smith, aged 35. son of Mr. and Mrs., Robert S. Smith, old timers in Southern Alberta. Death followed an illness of some weeks, culminating in an operation Tuesday In an effort to eliminate the trouble. .Deceased was born at Fort Qu'Ap- Iielle in the stirring days of the last rebellion. With his parents he came to Southern Alberta and for several years ranched at Boundary Creek. Latterly he has abeen farming at -Spring Coulee. He was married and leaves to jnoiirn him besides his parents, his wife anil four young children. Mrs. Henderson ot ilagrath is a sister. The remains are at Fetterly's from which place the funeral will bo held Satur- day afternoon at 2.30. Does It Pay? bake or buy other bread when you can get such wonder- fully good bread from us fresh every day. Does it pay to try and find bet- .ter bread than ours Try a. loaf and Jet your home folks answer. John Gilpiore Ltd. Bakers or Quaker Bread, PHONE 378. USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick, creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich'yellow custards. Scraps of meat, vegetables, ilsli, etc.. served with a milk sauce assume an appearance and u taste which io simply de- lectable. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED MARLOFS MEAT MARKET" 1110 6TH AVE. S. PHONE 796. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY FARMERS' DAIRY BUTTER, Ibs. for 11 30 BEEF AND PORK SAUSAGE, 2 Ibs. for... 35c VEAL AND .LAMB STEW, per Ib. VEAL ROASTS, per Ib. 20c turnfjhe FREE DELIVERY. Facts About the Richest People The facts about the richest people are that they do not throw their money away. They ac- quired it by hard work and they don't throw it away. But it is not the same .with .health. People come into the world with health a gift iu their laps and they spend it reck- lessly. until it fails. Those who turn to chiropractic ore finding it a Bimple, and efficient health method. Just now chiropractic adjust- ments are restoring health to sufferers from such seasonable' diseases as coughs, colds, bii- ions headaches. lung ailments, kidney derangements and sole throat. ACT TODAY Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and ORGAN RECITAL WESLEY CHURCH, LETHBRIDGE BY DR. J. E. HODGSON, F.R.C.O., OF CALGARY TONIGHT CONCERTO in 8 flat...................................Handel After exhausting a fortune In the production of Operas, Hnmlel turned his attention to Oratorios, and, during the per- formance of an Oratorio, the great composer was wont to diversify tlio programme, probably to heighten Its interest, by playing an organ selectjon largely consisting ot Improvisa- tions. The Concerto in B flat Is one of eighteen which were played and published by him. The opening movement. "Andante serves as an introduction to the princi- pal movement. The third movement is a Recitative, and the fourth an "Allegro" -or quick number. ROMANCE FROM THE SYMPHONY "REINE DE FRANCE" Minuet and Trio from Symphony In D....................Haydn The Logo Olympiciue, Paris, was a powerful musical or- ganization for which Haydn was commissioned to write six symphonies. The "Romance" is from the symphony dedi- cated to tlie ill-fated Marie Antoinette. The sweetness and grace perfectly warrant the dedication. SONG.......................................... Mr. Blackburn OVERTURE TO "WILLIAM TELL" .....................Rosiini The great Italian composer is seen, through this over- ture, in liia happiest mood. After a slow introduction, tile is heard succeeded by a delightful pastoral sceuu leading into the principal movement .with great vigor. SOUVENIR AND SERENADE........................... Drdla Two well-known and delightful pieces displaying the softer qualities 'of an instrument. SONG Mrs. Layton CRUSADERS' MARCH FROM "ST. King I.udwig. with Nobles. Knights, and Soldiers, sets out for Palestine, ''The Holy Cities from Pagan hordes, idolatrous, to ransom." His departure is saddened by the Queen's fore- boding of a Violent death. T.udwig dies of fever on the way, and "The March'' is descriptive of the departure of the holy army. The silent tramp, of feet, mingled with the soft, and at times, distant singing by the warriors of the beautiful Crusaders' hymn, the rising enthusiasm as their hearts warm with zeal, ail contri- bute to the inspiring call: "Come all by Christian zeal impelled In holy war the sword tu wield! tlud wills FANTASIA ON SCOTTISH AIRS Dr. Peace SONG Mr. Blackburn OVERTURE in E fist for the Organ ..................Morandl Signer Morandl was a famous Italian organist and com- poser. In this example of his organ music one is brought inlo contact with a light and joyous sentiment. Cast in the form of an Overture, with two diversified Ihemes. the move- ment runs its course with sustained vigor and vivacity. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 1921 I .UornliiK: and Allegro from Overture to "Samson" irandul spinner March in Evening: Prolmlo--Miirolio Kinivlirc ot Chant Offurtory .'.linnet In f; Handel Ai'tor ovPiiing fmiiroviauliiiii cm :i wull-kmiwn Tune. nnil Anuwnr Tuccatu fnmi Organ Symphony No. ..................Wlrtor- "fr LOOK WHO'S HERE i To .Mrs. Stecle of S1J (ith South belongs the honor ot seems the first robin of the year. The harbinger of spring was seen yesterday nioruinsf. Three Women Figure in Police Court and Are Taxed and Costs TJie city police court was a busy place on Friday morning with prose- cutions under the Liquor Act, in whicli women largely figured. John Stevenson ot the Alberta Grill was lined with rasls for, having liijuor in other than in a private dwelling. For the same offence May riturie fined with costs, May Flournay a like amount, as alao Fergu- aon. The fines and costs were paid in all instances. In the same court Fritz Siebenhauer and Joe Garry were c-ach fined with cosU, for disorderly conduct, caused by- a free fight la which they indulged. Zeder Zlngel was fined with costs for theft, on the information of M. Goodman. While In the store he said he had a parcel there and on leaving look away a parcel which did not belong to him. Ho arrived the nest morning, claiming that he had taken away the wrong parcel, and asked for and took away that which rightfully belonged to him, failing however, to return the other parcel He was ordered to return parcel wrongfully taken. Suit Entered by Mrs. Jeannit Ray as Result of Street Car Accident A claim for damages, to the amount of has been entered against the city by Jeannie Rae, wife of John Rae, of Thirteenth Street through her solicitor, J. C. Hendry. The claim is for damages alleged to have been received by the claimant on alighting from a blue line car on August 21st, 1920, opposite the Hud- son's Bay store. I In the statement of claim neglig- ence is alleged on the part of thi> I city, in that the eiit door of the cai- was not properly fastened during its i progress; that the car started before I Mrs. Rae had alighted from It, anil that as a consequence she fell anil was dragged some distance. It Is fur- ther alleged that the motorman did not render her any assistance but. that the street car proceeded on its way. In the claim it is stated as a result of the accident and the in- juries received, the plaintiff, who was enceinte at the time, was prematurely delivered and lost a female child in the December following. i JUDGMENT RESERVED In the case of the trustees the Skiff Consolidated School, in the case of application for ousting them as reported in the Herald of Thursday, judgment was reserved by Judge Jack- son. ANOTHER OIL DROP PITTSBUKB, Feb. priu. cipal purchasing agencies toitoy an- nounced another reduction in the price of crude oil. All vera cut 51) ceuts a barrel. YOU ARE THE BEST JUDGE OF THE GROCERIES WE CARRY If they -Mtrt not good, wholeiome and ippttlilng never would have built up the particular clientele that new favpra ua, They have choien thi, store, the Inspection moit rigid. Their faction is what Incrtaaet our bus new. No. 1 White 3 His. for Jap duality, per lit........... Kerr's Special per Ib................ Lobster Vis................... Scotch "Snack" An- chovy Paste Fish per tin lOc 65c 25c 35c Seabird 2 for Nabob Baking Powder- 3-lb. size Cooking 5-lb. size.......... Roman Mr Granulated 10-lb. sacks Pork and n g No. 1 tins; 2 for 45c 65c 60c .75c HEAD LETTUCE, LEAF LETTUCE, ORU8SELS SPROUTS, CAULIFLOWER, CELERY, HOT HOUSE RHUkARB AND COCOA- NUTS AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Ontario Hand-packed To- matoes; per tin Corn and each............. Kerr's Each nn Pure Alfalfa Honey and j f Unsweetened Long Shred Cocoa- per Hi............... Ciolden West Powder; 3 pkgs. Sliced Beets- No. 2 size N'o. 2 size 45c 27c 15c 20c Grecian Dry Cleaned Currants The cheapest fruit on the market. 2 Ibs. -Fancy quality Strawberries Fancy quality Shelled Walnutl per Ib. Brick per Ib Corn on A A Gallon ilze Health 3 for FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1SIJ. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR SYSTEM OF BIKING It is really interesting. Come and see us do the work in the most sanitary and up-to-date shop in the west. OUR BREAD IS DELICIOUS Just that nutty flavor that tickles the palate. Per Buns, per 30cMd35c Cookies, per 25cand30c Cocoanut Kiss- es, per Nut per loaf Pork 3 for 60c 25c SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY CHERRY BLOSSOMS COCOANUT STRIPS Letiibridge National System of Baking 407 STH ST. S. PHONE 1047. ;