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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Page of Live. Local Newt MONDAY, FEBRUARY LETtUMUDGK, ALBERTA. lOIGlZEOlO Federal Per Cerni. Not Paid The In the Federal mine apparently .still continues.' .The miners on the loth of January returned their International charter to Indianapblia and a union of own, known aa the Fed- eral Union; THs the manager of the mine, In accordance with- the rnlliuj of Conunlsiloner Amatromt, to recognlte as allowing tha men the 14 cent. and Unt were given until pay day. last Sftnrfcy to re con- sider 'the situation. On pay day the men were' not 'paid th3 increase. In that ho sanction for the check-off 'for the International had loeen receded the office :of the mine. What will Irani p Ire ;has 'not developed the rulno Is "shit down today (Monday) tor want'qf lilnera Will Sue 1 A group of 'miners of the Federal P. M. Christophers and Ed. Jirowne of the O. n. U. were die- i-ussinj the situation this mornlns and to. the Herald they slated that they it Peterson vs. a damage action lor assaolt. The several actions arising out of the of the Felger Farming Co.'i aaoeta will bo heard Wednetday. cases como on later. GamV.trs and Illicit Booze Sellers Plead Guilty in City Police Court HOCKCV..TONIQHT Aa to arrange 'the scheduled kockey game betweeu Taber district Intue turn tonight failed, owing: to tke inability or ttw Taber ctab to gather Its team The game may .played Tharsday night- e With S. J. Shepfcerf, Waited On Premier Stewart Prior to Going East S. J. Shepherd has relumed from it- tending a meeting of the Returned Soldiers Commission In Edmonton While there Its accompanied 0 R. Mamoch president of tie Irrigation Development Association, in f visit to Premier the' Irrigation tU lOt) ilUIAlU HJCJ vrere-. entitled'.to the Increase' ns other situation m all 1U aspects was thor- jiilne'a wore paying Ihe same, further oughly dlauiBsed i that they had'slgr.ed the check-off for M, li.moch left Edmonton on Sat- (ho In rcgarl to this Inrday night for OtUwa, where he will f-q Infonnitlon the Herald bus up the Irrigation matters with liio office'to tlia Federal Coals Is that .the government there ____ such authorization for-deducting----------------------------- for.the Ir.teruallonal has I Clontenillng that other i-jines we're paying the.14 per cent, hcreas'e Wdlscrlii'ilnately, Ed.. Browne t-ltei tho of the miners at San-1 uer's' Creek, near -Nordegg. .He said (hat they were unorganised and went on through riot receiving .the Increase. went'IA tlio locality and I'rgsnlzed for the 0. B..5J. when returned to'work and were .'paid tbe-Increase. :Hp further arsued that iriine operators had no legal right to the 14Ter cent, increase' and r.amo were-'golng to eue the mine own- ers :for 'recovery of iho same "under rommoa law. Mr. Browne went.on to sayjthat though the Coals were not paying, the miners the in- record was established in the city police court, on Monday morning, in the'number of who ap- peared before Magistrate Irwin. There were no less Hi an 50 indlvldna] charges, and the courtroom was liter- ally crammed wllh liuraanlty occupy- ing tho bHicbee in serried ranks and standing in Jine behind. The presence of this mass .of human beings'.was the result of a eerles of raids planned by Chief Gllleeple and pulled oft be- tween midnight Sunday and the early hours ot Slqnday morning. The raids were made on gambling joints ami establlEhment where lltjuor was s and consumed on tho premises. ;Tp bring all the offenders to' the police station a. special bus had to be reijul sitioned, 'and "there was'a hew; bus lino in operation for over ah hour be tween tlie station and 'the dilfer'en haunts where the raids were made various gangs .were held by 6n> LADIES' CURLING RESULTS Mrs. Shepherd won from.Mrs, Fer- guson. Miss L. Qawden won from Sirs. Shep- herd. w AI Iss A. Bawden von from Marshall. Miss E. AIrd1 won from Mrs: Fer- guson. All The -Local-' New Where You Expect It and Afier- Park Can Boatings At the Annual v Convention of the Dominion G. W. V. A. Command at Montreal From report'! handed In at Ihe meet- Ing of Ihe provincial executive of the fi W V A, hold In Calgary Stin- the'so' cents extra on a ton of. day, there will bo a large represcnta; meet the Increase, tloii ot veterans .tie an- nu u convention ot the fiomlnion G W. V A to ba held in Montreal on Varch to their customers. i Price1 Fixed, by Ooyt. Seen In-re'garil .to .Mr. Browne's 2ind The number nho will altend :rtatemeat; Mr. of the" the convention will be helwoan 40 and Fediral Coals-mine, stated to Ihe 50, The Loth- llorild out bridge will be President LongwoHh, of r.ide'his hands'as-it waj'a price fixed tho local G TV V A and Fted James, by ihei government and'had to be Mr Longworth was present rlinrged. He, further said that, in the Calsirj meeting of'thn miners agreelng'to the In-1 tcrtiatiorial the .Increase 1 be retroactive and the company -.vatild have to.pay tho same, so this contingency always was protected by the eitra BO cent on coal per ton. VVhile his inlne and the C. P II. mines were only charging the 50 rents extra, said Mr. MacV, there wero local mines which were charging fromi 30 cents to 40 cents additional on the GO c'onts raise on coal. Will Join International I In regard to the Federal Coals, In- ternational 'representative' Ramsay hatch of police while another accom panted the individuals ns conduclbi to tho station backwards aud for wards. 'All the offenders were, re leased on cash ball amounting sum of At the police court, on Monday" morning, the offenders-. In every1 in: stauca pleaded guilty to the charges' cars''will against them." In the c'aso of the bethbrli'se Rooming House, .facing Gait Gardens.on ?th St., the tor, C. M.' Christotferson, was fined and costs lor. selling liquor on his premises, and .ten "others wero, fined {10 and costs each for consum- ing liquor there; liicbard Scott woa lined J25 and costs for running a gaming house In the City Taxi offices, 409 3rd Ave. S. "five frequenters of the same were fined ?5 and costs each. ..i.. John Stevenson was fined and costs for.running house'Jri the Soderburg Block, oh nth St., aha ten frequenters' of: Ihe and costs each. Matt. Sliervon was fined and costs: for running- a: gaming1-houso inrthe-Arlington 21 frej liu enters, and coats each. great haul) and in tines'arid'costs the Vuni of ?259JO James. wns exacted In. the gnriiing house the the liquor a total of ,fhe new schedule on the belt line Into effect today. The 15 min- utes" service hitherto employed will lie continued (luring the morn Ing up I'o, six'-minutes: past noon, after which time the servSeo will be altered 16 an eighteen minutes' one for the rest of the In the-15 minutes' morning will leave the 3rd Avenue' and Filth street comer at SI minutes past the hour, and the Avenue and 13th street 141 and B0 past th'e hour. Afternoon Schedule In ..the-afternoon schedule the cars will 'Ibave'tlu Third Avenue and Fifth Street" corner at 12.06, 1-.24, 12.42.. 1 l.is, 1.54, 2.12, 2.30. 148, 3.06 4, 4.1S, 4.36, 4.64, 5.12, E.30 548 6 6.42, 7.00, 7.1S, 7.36, 7.54 9.24, 9.43, 10.00 lO.is; 10.36, 10.54, 11.12, 11.30. These cars at the corner of Sixth The Boys Oonncn ol the city have completed plans for a gath- .eiicg ot all- Siuday ichool teachers officers u4 all others Intereated In Boys' and Glrll' to hokl n the T. X. C. A.'next Thursday eren- imr, February tbe 'objerti'oC ,'fiw to ail tWtonM ii tie city which are working the welfare hoj-a and glrlt to for a friend- dlicasslon-of the practical', aide of hla The gathering {a to take tbe form of i upper which will be put on at a nominal charge, of SO cent) and the uppeVwill be followed by three prac- Ical by. who are busily engaged 'working-for the welfare of BY A BULLDOG Thirteenth street sli FOR LOST m Younp Man Uft in Oc- Heard From Since Ptctmber Big Delegation Now on Way to Edmonton to Boost Local Schemes... Irrigation js a Uvo subject Medi cine Hat. A meeting to advance two irrigation schemes In district drew such a large crowdlone evening last week that the capaclfy.'.of tlie Board of Trade rooms It was decided that a delegation of ten go to. Edmonton to' Irrigation proposals to-the'-provincial bridge VI11 for fifteen minutes This delegation is to be on "Practlcalf.Torlc with Gins' suu Hamilton will "the our young people.. Kir. Bofomvbrtti of who _as made a'grea't success of Boys' work'the re will'give a. fifteen minute alk on "Practical Work with Boys." worked won- den with.tie- Girls of North Leth- Mri. J. K. Water, frWM Coutts, AIU., asking if the will help locale her ton, Alex. 6. 16, who has not heard from the early part December, 1919. He left the farm'' at CauHa laat October, to and In Col- hunt for about a month. He i laat aeen In for worfc The young man 'slight bulk) arid has a acar on rtflht'cheeli under the eye. Any- one who can furnlah Information about the youth's present where- abouta will relieve hit .mother's anxiety by reporting either to the Herald or direct to the boy'a mother at Ceutts. Eupplomented by many other citizens who will pay their own eipens J. B. Swan will put in plant to Irrigate one hundred acrea: ot land near the AJaz coal mlae Medicine Hat. at. tho comer o NMnlh 'Avenue Thirteenth Strec eight. rpinules after leaving the Thin Avenue and .Fifth Street comer. -To' the Park The.red line now runs to the Par drily on'ce an hoar, leaving the Thtr Avenue anJ Fifth .Street corner nt 3 jSJnutes past: the tour, the Sixth Av- 4hue and_ Thirteenth Street comer for the Park-at1 35 minutes past the hour, anii the C; P. station at 25 minutes pist the hoar. Red Line City Circuit the Park rlin, the' Ted line1 cars: now. make what is known lia'-an "alternative city circuit, running ,from the corner of Third Avenue and Fifth' Street to the -depot, from thence ajbng .Third Jdr.g Thirteenth down Slitlr Avenue. These cars leave the Third Avenue and iFltth' Street "at 'fburraJnules-'and 15 minutes past the hour, and the cor ier "of ''Sixth Avenue ami Thirteenth 11, 23, anj'-aB minutes past each" hour froii 6.28 a.m. to p.m. value of the midweek meeting for the Sunday School, class." Each address will be followed.by ten minatea discus-1 jlon.- .V; A supply of literature dealing with1 the 0. S. B. T. and C. G. I. T. programs will be available'lor any who desire to purchase came.' It Is hoped: that sapper will be attended by every Sunday school tea- cher and every other Individual In- terested In promoting the interests oC the boys and girls of the city and that the function will, prove to be only the first of a series of similar Tickets 'may from Mr. Manbey at the Y. M. C. A. or any mem- ber of the Welfare Council, or at tie door. WAR LECTURE BY ENSIGN ROE The police are- out: to riocats the lowucr of a bulldog'who .is at large, 'and apparoulls, through want of care irorts that so far'32.oi the 70 miners anj jtlenllon, has, contrary to the have'jollied the International ahrt that nature of bulldogs, contracted Wood- lie hopes to have the real all organized, thirsty habits. Tho nnimol 'Bp'raug at under the U. M. W. of A. four-yearrold daughter of Mr. anil Mr. Chrlstophera informed the Mrs. Peterson, of 1216 '5lh Are. A, Herald-that ho van leaving for the south, while she was playing-with n to organize the 0. B. U. with a .companion, ami badly while Jir. Browue was remaining here mnuled her nbout'Iho'face. Tho in-. to ''hold the fort" for the lion. juries were so serious that the. little girl had to.bc taken to Gall hospital. Suit and Counter Cases FW Trial This Week The suprtpio ..court resumed Ha Monday, and Is occupied with the 'case p( Magnusson et al vs. Hog- Th? fays appear to be, that Mrs. Jtajtnnsscn atjd her son took charge of the Infant child of llogcnson, when tho boy was a few months old, Hogen- Bon's wife having died In 1010. Later 1n 1911 HogetiBoh married a daughter of Mrs. MagnusBon, the chlM.ln tho case'remained .with her, and the clillrl remained In her posseolpn and under her caro until Novomhor, 1410, when he retained to his father haxjlvcd with him since There was never an adoption agree- ment but Mrs. Magnusseir claims the undcfstanilhis.was that the hoy ihcnld remain with her and bo brought up by lipr, while she.might live. However, 33 there was no written agreement tho-father had the right to (ho child. Mrs. Jlagnussen and her own con then brought action against Hogenson iu' the of lor the sup- ami maintenance of the defend- ant's uhildr defendant touhterclalms for Chiefly (terns of money advanc- ed, provisions provided, nnd work and labor done on behalf of the He answers the plaintiff save the boy Ib her only as ami companionship, particularly IMPORTANT JUDGMENT ON SHEEP TRESPASSING Hon. Mr. Justice Simmpns has given judgment quashing, without the conviction of Christian B. Peterson, before a magistrate at Brooks, Januarj 24th for allowing a number (ir sheep to run at large in unorgan- ised sheep -'territory aiid prohibited srea In the judgment Justlco Sim- mons slates !t that the aheep were In .charge of a herds- man within 'tha prohibited .area and that counsel for the defendant submit- ted that the animals wcro not running at large within :tho meaning- tlie law. The judgment Is of Interest to rtockmen In that; It gives aa Inter- pretation of the 'act respecting mis- chievous and dango'rouB animals. Tho act prohibits the running lu speclfleil areas, ot more than 100 of cattle or 500. for every 160 acres of" -land owned or oc- cupied by tho ownc'f of such Uvo stock. Kor purixisos of this- act ordshio tho interpretation of the term "running as given in the Stray Animals Ordlniinoe and In the "herd ordlnaneo" of the North West Territories Act. And lie finds One ot the bsst r.r.fl-ncst personal eiperiencea oa .the "great war. was given in a. lecture in the Salvation Army citadel oh Thursday night before a good audience by Lieut. George Iloe, of the Roynl Irish 'Rifles. Adjutant Johnstone opened the meet- ing with a song, and Captain of Macleod, prayed, after which the adju- tant introduced tlie Hurdle, who" in a short speech express- ed Ilia pleasure in presiding at the gathering. Tlie mayor paid remark- able tributes to the good work the Salvation Army has done' in past years, aud Is doing for tho suffering masses. Ensign Roe, who was called upon to give- his received a hearty welcome from old and new comrades in this city. The Ensign briefly made reference to tho rapid progress the city has made slneo he was hero- twelve years ago. Ho reminded 'his audience 111 at Lethbridge was one of the best cities west ot Winnipeg. .'In- coming to the lecture the Ensign, spoke forcibly of the sacrifice1 and; hardship 'all the boys endured for! freedom and liberty to air oppressed nations. He .paid noble tributes to the iiurses and tbe hospitals for de-' volion and'practical love to the suf- fering and dying heroes of the great war. The Ensign also referred in ad- miration.to the aristocracy .of Oreat Britain Ih the part they played In this conflict. In closing his'address he DiiUo Icuohlng references to rainy of iis" Salyatioh Army comrades for the Christian they lived on the bat tiefieidi and the part.the Salvation Xrmy'has done boys. In :heir hardships. L" N Battersby, of Taber, am) Li eat. were in attendance at this meeting. Mayor Hardle in his closing, remarks ei- pressed 'on behalf of the city its re- gret at the departure of Adjutant and Mrs. Johnstone from Lethbridge. The this interesting iec ture to a finish by singing, "Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow." K-TUIW1 Frank Beattie Succnmbs After Three Days' Illness at Drill- ing Camp III only three days, Prank Beattie, aged 32, of Bour Island, succumbed to pneumonia at the nator- al.gas company's drilltag camp, at Mocarch Sunday. Deceased, -''who wu mU-knovn Un-oushout Soptbern Alberta, has been connected; vrtth drtlllhK opera- tions.at Bow Island and other points throughout the south for several years: farmed for three years at Bow Island. He vfas bom at Am- herst, NiS., wlera his parents ttlll re- sldfi. -Twq brottiers, Roy S. and Har- old E., resident'Bow Island. Funeral arrangements have not been made pending'the receipt ol word from the cast. St. Augustin's Parishioners- IMPORTANT NOTICE! A MEETING OF ALL PARISHIONERS OF ST. AUGU8TIN (AMALGAMATED) PARISH 18 CALLED FOR: MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 16ih AT 8.00 O'CLOCK SHARP IN THE Y.M.C.A. AUDITORIUM For .Consliterjtlon of re securing a rector. The Special Commlttte appolnUcf to report matter will submit some namet.. no ground lor the charge that was preferred against the and thai the magistrate had no jurisdiction under tho act. MONTCALM STILL IN i QUKBiiC, Feb. The Canadian gnirerninent steamer Monlcalra Is still tightly heUl In the gult by immense ice Holds and fromi reports that camo for the period In which her own ton was overseas, W. S, Gray la ncllng; for tho plaintiff M. S.: McArthnr nnd 0. K. Jamie- eon for the defendant. Tho case Is cllll proceeding, The neit caso pa tlic 1UI for hearing Montcalm has beo'ri lielcl for flve weeks. no news .Is given as (o tho ship's knovm thnt the Moncalm-has suKeTcd slight damage to her plates and'.ltjo nmcnt she assuring.- Is In Is by no.means re HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA BUTCHERS, FARMERS, TRAPPERS -YoM have Ae opportunityfto dispwse of your Hides, Wool, Raw at liighesrmarket prices. Why not grasp it? We are absolutely the largest Dealers in Western Canada selling direct" to tanneries. Write today, for Oiir quotations and shipping tags. ,j TRY THEY ALWAYS SATISFY A. CARRlJTHBfl3 (CO., LTD. Phone 505 1251 2nd UtfcbrWge, Alta. K ERR'S DaUy STORE NEWS Guava Jelly, 16 oz. aiie, each 45c Pineapple oz site 45c Rolled Date, 8 Ib bags (Oc Roman Meal ifr pkg. 34c Putted Wheat, per pkfc. 15c Post Toastles. per pkg. ..v 14c Scotch Meal, Tlllson's.... 42c SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY Peerless Cream Sodas, cricp and delicious. Per paskage 39c Vinegar, Malkin's best, malt, per bottle _ Peaches, Blue Ribbon bran-J, 1 Ib packages 2 for 55c Krecm Krisp the universal shortening per tin SOc Green Tomato RelUh, quart jars SOc Toilet Soap, large 11 for 50c Marmalade, Waddell'B de luxe Pure Orange, 4 Ib. pail ......1-05 GEO. ;KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS; PKON SERVICE ANDj SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FARMERS, Why Worry About the Price of Feed When a 10-20 H.P. Titan Can Be Purchased for Kerosene operated throttle' governor. Drawbar with wide range of adjustments. Bincrts giving InotructiBB In operation at the I. H. C. untl! Saturday, Febniary'14th. or phone for our priCM on DIso Plows, Drills, T O XL AND U To whom it may From February 1st, 1920, we advanced the spread on mflk by one-half cent a quart. This makes an advance of 20% in the spread in five years, while operating advanced Crystal Dairy Limited MEMBERS 'SHUN! A GRAND SNOOKER COMPETITION WILL BE HELD IN CLUB ROOMS One Week After Official Opening of New Billiard Room THREE VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN RULES GOVERNING COMPETITION ArtE NOW POtTED (N CLUB< ROOMS. HAND YOUR NAMES TO AJW MEMBER OF SOCIAL COMMtTftt; ;