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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local Newt THURSDAY; FEBRUARY All The New. Where You Expect It Commission Fryman and b Mwch Out Drawing: get nicro 'peoiilo into tliis country to Power of Irrigated Lund and j v.> from other points In the province. The The counsel .for tho defendant a meeting they feel Is likely to result gueil that the-acllou was improper in one of the biKgesi. movements thcj brought as against the list'.Gre'at West has over undertaken', j thut, under the Irrigation Act, the Increased 'population anil production; ware not" applicant? ana further th froni our lands will be tho easiest and j they wore not responsible in'any cas best field tor-the sale o! western man-' :is tho work of ditch building.was nfacturei products, and this In. turn the hands of sub-contractors, und will mean increased population In ourl them, and no responsibility devolvi fines', which, again, Is the logical and on them. Junior, counsel for; the i of decreasing the fondant also brought .forth the poi per capita lajos for fixed charges niaimlff was not the, own well as incriuxsInB'tbu use of our utilities, Large. Attendance Promised Judging by the IntcTest laken' the meeting in Edmonton promises to liav'p a very large attendance. The MORE JOBS THAN MEN LABOR SITUATION HERE Tho harvest truly Is plentiful but the laborers are few, may well be applied to labor con- ditlons as they arc denoted in the present experience of the ioeal government labor bureau. are all kinds of Jobs wait- ins To be tilled, but there IB litlie; response in tho way of filling them. Men-are wanted, asjiniber packers, chute load- ers, laborers, sheephorders, and so on. in addition to these there arc positions for u com- .potent' stenographer and a t bookkeeper which'at the pres- ent time, so far as applicants are concerned, arc going beg- glng. i Possibility of Establishment of Infantry Unit Will Be Discussed Bell, C.M.G., D.S.O., genera officer co'mmandlug Military nislrie W, was duo in tlio city by the 2.41 train from Calgary (his afternoon on. his way to Medtdna Hat. Ho comes for the purpose ol consulting1 Brigadier-General Stewart und others regarding .the' organization of tho militia units. So far as tbo Her- ald can galhcr there, is a Question ol liVvluE infantry unit as well as an in the city. That there Is" ample'room for an infantry unit litre' fimlf llslcd The number of, total enlist- ment.! from Uthbrldge was some S.flQO, which furnishes material (or orming and keeping up a battalion 'or n period such as that of the last war, should the occasion again arise. General was the colonel, before promotion, lll leave tho city for Medicine Hat.'.by tbo early morning train, and during his stay In the city have been made for showing General Bell over the now renovated Io4sl G. W. V. A. Club. denoted In'the number of in- ion from the city who tiavo Ba- in Infantry battalions formed Soldier Kuebanu Granted Free- Absolute in Three Months Another order nisi for divorce, to become three months was granted by Judge McCarthy yesterday In the Supreme Conrt. Governor of Company Coming To Will lie Unique The- Hudson's Bay company is mak- ing extensive arrangements for Its program (o commemorate the anniversary of Its in the first week of Slay. The celebration, in the program mapped out, will _be of a unique, magnlllcent and colossal scalo. Mr. Louis E. Uio man- ager of the publicity department of the company, is now In Canada from The action Menow vs- Chosen President of Organiza tion for Coming Year- Other Officers Named "plaintiff, was not the, own Thero was a great deal ol business of the car, at least had not; complied i transacted at last night's meeting bl with regulations of the Allierta Motor Trades and Labor Council. ,Be Vehicles Act, in bavins himself prop-1 sides the election cf erly registered un-lMcNab submitted his reports of the lawfully on the highway, the defcn-'a. w. V. A. convention held in Ed- danl, lie argued, could in such clrcuin-] monton and the Alberta Federation of nil. responsible In'any nieas-, Labor 'convention held In Calgary, i v- if iicou wii. Both reports were adopted and .votes of thanks tendered Delegate McNab for his work, far _ _ -ty F. Q. plaintiffs. Council JHHICV UL Indus- ure, only be so if they had .been (rial Development Association, and if, tciously tiio two associations work side by side J H and V conjunction with each other, Goodhall far IhO; L. II. which is tile Inteatioa, industrial de- velopment and agricultural develop- ment will be rightly balanced and will Election of Officers C. Kingdom (Typographical Union) was chosen as the president for the coming term. The past president, D. go band in hand.'VhereTre nMcasi McNab, was" but" declined acres of land suitable forj night, o again assume office. FSmeed (Brewery Workers) was chosen as vlce-nresiilent, and W- Haw.ktns (Typographical Union) was reelected as secretary-treasurer. The election of the different com- mittees was left over to a later meet- tcr that cannot lie properly carried on toy the .Dominion government. .Tho II) rnkrt f'nllrl Jc TOP proposed Colqnizalion Association of S Watppn t> __-I Thn nlalntiff 'anil defendant' j mcmbeni'lia've already Prepared con-, that no creto and definite proposals which will i inddent, lie laid before (lie hMmpnton meellng. havf. ldst .consciousness t the coutractors" with -the rc- s stated above. x A court is ctlon.'of Walpon vs. Bier. t _...... 'and' defendant' are-both fa'rmers living near FletUir. 'Walpon Is claiming for damages, and; costs of medical care, he having got fighting after a several hour sesalon of j drinking homa-inade whiskey. Waipon clsitns that-Gier beat him up with a e any particular dislrict. and further home ing: Carpenters Organize It was announced that the carpen- ters of the city had organized once again, and had started off with an In- itial membership of over twenty. They will hold meetings in future in the Labor Hall on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday in every month. Vice-president A. F. of L. W. Hawkins was elected as vice- president to the Alberta Federation of Labor, representing Lethbrldgc. The Vice-Presidents from the different cities Iu tho province act as the execu- tive to that organization. IMMBER 664 have. come. Present indications arc Hint such an organization would he well backed financially, before slated, the interest displayed augurs well foi-i and enthusiastic meeting In Edmonton on (he 16th. As soon as the Alberta branch Is formed, the officers and executive will pro- ceed to place the objects of tbo asso- ciation before ,the other three prov- inces of Western Canada endeavor to affect the establishment ot other provincial brandies so as to complete I lie organization of the Western Can- ada Colonization Association In order that the problem throughout the West may ho dealt -with ns a whole. I The Idea Behind I Tlie idea behind tho scheme may) nerhajis best bo summed up in words ot General Macduunld, manager1 ot Hie Alberta Industrial Development ..issoclntion. when ho "There are In'o ways iu which we aro going to pay for tho five years' spending spree' which the' country was forced Into during the war. What Gash You Need When Travelhng more particulavly, when large sums are best carried in the form of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchants This old established form of iiitemitioiwl banking, J3 preferred by rnauy experienced travellers Letters of Credit are cashed only by banks or banking corporations, and after the identity of holders is established to the satisfaction of the banK officials. This uftty. juards i nod theft MCRCHftNTS BANK Montreal, I.ETHBR1DGE CANADA. Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA i BUTCHERS, FARMERS, have the opportunity to dispose of your Hides, Wool, Raw Furs, at highest market prices-Why; not grasp it? We are absolutely the largest Dealers in Western Canada selling direct to tanneries. Write today for our quotations and shipping tags. TRY "CARRUTHERS" THEY ALWAYS SATISFY A. CARRUTHERS CO, LTD. Phone 595 1251 2nd AvnaeS.. UtWbndge, Alta. PAPERS The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank offer" security for valuable 1 papers, documents and other effects. The rental of one of these boxes is very moderate and protects you against loss by fire or theft. THE CANADIAN BANK F COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Manager. the husband plaintiff applying. He Is a returned soldier and gave evidence of two instances of infidelity on tho part of wife. One other witness was called.' II. W. Menzle. acted for the plaintiff. The defendant was the principal wituess tor the crown In an abortion case, tried In Calgary about two years ago, which resulted In the sentencing of another woman for a term of years. the Old Country to collaborate witk Mr. H. E. Burbridge, the stores commissoiuer in Canada, In tha arrangements that are being The anniversary celebration will be of a spectacular character and beyond anything yet attempted by any other commercial house In the woriii The traditional place the Hudson's Bay company holds iu the history of Can- ada and particularly in the West. be fully brought before the public, to- gether with tee magnitude ot its fur trade and land operations. Tho governor of tho company. Sir Robert M. Kindersley, will arrive In Canada about the 1st of May to take part in tho celebrations. The com-, incineration proceedings will last from May 3rd W BANK CLEARINGS SHOW INCREASE Hank clearings for the week ending today total as against for the cor- responding week last year, aa increase of LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION WHIST DRIVE IN BURGrtAN'S HALL, COMMENCING O'CLOCK On Friday Next Feb. 13 __ MAA.H nnivee _ D tTCOPAU M PKfR 'TICKETS 60c GOOD PRIZES W. PlaceiYowf Order for St Valentine's SPECIMS NOW Crystal Dairy, Limited K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS NEW ARRIVALS Crosse Blackwell's Mixed Pickles, large size bot- tfes, Marmalade, Crosse well's Pure Orange, 80c Black- per Jar each CrosEO Blue Well's Totter Ham and Tongue, Tongue anil Chicken, Bloater aud .Shrimp 1'astp, in glass, each OiJC Slarmalade, Kelllers 4 pound pails, OA SPECIAL FQRTHURSDAY AND FRIDAY AND CARRY Ubbj-'s Royal Jar Sweet Mixed Pickles. Regular 55c; on lale 41c Head Lettuce, per head...............20c Cauliflower, large white heads.....40c and 45c Celery, per 22c Succotash, 2 tins for................. Pickles, Ubby's Sweet Gerklns, Chow Chow, and Sweet OC- Mixed, per bottle fcdt Lobster Pasle, per tin................ Self fSmg Hnckwheat 4C_ Flour, 2 pkgs.........IDC Kippered Herring, Wal- lace's, per tin Pilchard's, half Ib. size, per tin 13.C GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 MEMBERS 'SHUN! A GRAND FARMARS, Why Worry About the Price of Feed a 10-20 H.P. Titan can be purchased for Kerosene operated through tho novornor. iDnwbar with wide range of adjiitimcnts, Experts giving In operation at the I. H. C. UNTIL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14th. Write or phone for our on Diso Piows, Drliis, Harrows, Etc, T. OXLAND 1203 I. H. C, AGENTS 1209 2nd AVENUE SOUTH SNOOKER COMPETITION WILL BE HELD IN CLUB ROOMS One Week After Official Opening of New Billiard Room THREE VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN RULES GOVERNING COMPETITION ARE NOW POSTED IN CLUB ROOMS. HAND YOUR NAMES TO ANY MEMBER OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE NOW Is a good see About disposing of youv PELTS and FURS 'A strong market prevails at present, Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AN? FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET 8. P.O. S ;