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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S I'AGE OF llVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1020 LETHBH1DGE, ALBIiHTA, PAGE SEVEX ff NEW 'PHONE DIRECTORY Tho new telephone directory contains on the front cover a reminder which will be of practical use- to the citizens at large, namely that the Fire Alarm telephone number is 333 and ths Police number 1H5. A feature of the new issue is ihe classified advertisements it bears of tin trails and pro- fessions in the csy. Board of Commerce Plan is In- effective'is Opinion of ihe .Commissioners M, H. 0. HAS SALARY BOOSTED TO clearings for the week endiBE today.totalled S72J.SG4 i and for the corresponding week last year au mereaso this year ot 5101.8U or 75 per cent. 'I Another official In city has had ff Ms .boosted .to conform to' Iho i A ff ff> ff ff ff ff coat of living. In this case it la' _ tlio MoUltat Officer of Health. Sena- tpr'DoVebor, who has been granted en Increase-of annum, bring- ing his salary a year to S1SOO. This was ajrecd to at the meet- iug of _the city council ou. Thursday morning by ft th; following resolution. It is recognized that the Jiledlca! Officer's duties have greatly increased owing to epidemics constantly occurring, aiul whereas all other civic employees have had their salaries increased to meet the- extra cost of .living, therefore be it resolv. cd that the recommendation of thoj Hoard ot Health be adopted granting they, Medical Officer n salarj" of During the' absence of Dr. DeVeber at Ottawa, Dr. Lafferty will act as Medical Officer. for Veterans The local veterans put in an appli- cation for a grant of Jl.OQO to meet the expenses incurred in regard to al- terations novations in (.'atiii- ftiutr: The .city clerk was authorized place the sum of International Organizer Thinks t HEAVY SNOW IN PASS v This Should Be Part of Duly of New U.M.W. Oflicers That officiate t who nwic been Raymond Case pleader in Felger Farming Co. Suit is Being Heard t leading tho U. M. of A. in District No. 'lS during the last few years have been, more prone to spend their lime in seeking office, playing union poll- tics and.Eettllng petty disputes which should have beeu settled by' commit- tals, of tho locals, when they should have been working with a broajlcr vision in an effort .to widen the mar- ket for the coal from this district, thua making Alberta an all-year-round coal Joint judgment for and costs, was handed out by Mr. Justice Carthy In tho case of Peterson VB. Xeel ot nl. in the supreme court." field, !s the criticism directed at the old U.; M. W. of A. officers by John D. organizer for the- interna- tional, who Is now here lining up the Lclhbrklgo field. 31r. Ramsay hasn't One Whole Trainload Passes Through From. Diiluth to Oregon Point A. new routing of 'motor care, with This case has taken a full two and m'uch uso tor pin-hcadert policy a half diiys. The expert evidence of I tf lhe who turned O. U. U., de- Dr. Tullcr. who produced a skull to cikrjiig? that they hurt mine labor demonstrate results from fractures of i mor6 jn this province ever they the jaw, etc., and the addresses by counsel occupied this morning. U. H. Elton for C. F. Harr ris for the defendants. Interpleader Cases The interpleader cases commence this afternoon. Theso arose from the assignment of the Felger Farming (Jo; helped it. Delay Electing Officers "We are not going to he in a hurry to elecl new officers in District No. IS until wo can find educated to the broader vision of labor, until we can find men who will bo strong onough: to see to once a help to make this a mine Held worth white." That there should be little or no American coal come Into Canada west !a Mr. Ramsay's Idea, and In saying so he doesn't think ho Is hurting the mine workers' across the line tor there Is need for all the coal there that the miners can raise. like lo see this into one whero the wouM work 12 months every year. This would mako for much better conditions among the miners. "There should bo a great concerted movement among tho min- ers, the mine-owners and tLo public to keep the western Canada market tor Alberta coal, If thoy all get together they can put it across, too." Drumhaller Well Organized Mr. that the DrumUel- ler field 'where ne has been working recently is now the best organized in the The Lethbridge field Is coming along well. In the Federal Mines union 47 men have been signed up. The. Gait miners arc also strong- ly international men and this' end of tho field is rapidly being rounded into shape. Once'the. O. B. U. element is eliminated, as It will be, he says, the miners of District No. 18 should de- mand ot their officers better service In Ihe way of help to build up the mining industry Instead of tearing it Fourteen inches of new snow were reported from since eleven last night up to this morning, aucj tho snow. storm was extending as far east locally as Duomore, where there was a fall of five Inch- es. It was heavier west and uortb of tho city than In other jrarts, though general through- out the district. I WINNIPEG MILK MEN FORM AN ASSOCIATION WINNIPEG, Fob. 3111k produc- ers numbering approximately 200 from districts around Winnipeg, unanimous- ly approved of the formation the "Winnipeg Milk Producers' Associs- tion" at a meeting Wednesday night. The uewly formed organization will bo affiliated with the United Farmers of Manitoba, constituting a recognized new transportation arrangements, has tor the benefit of thoir credi- j is tho 'membership will been adopted from one the tors. Practically all the machinery, j H ,o vve havc States to another through Canada. C3uie and olhtr chattels on the farm in' the i TMs. incidentally, is quite a the company were covered by chat- climates under grants for tue H. W. nient to tile C.P.ll. in the using of its, tc] mortgages and liens. V. A. tentatively. The city band tendered an account for the sum of which Included for Ihe month of January. Ths council that inasmuch as no i'.prroprialton has so far been madtj for 1920 the sum he paid less the }75 -January Hcc6unt. Tho city solicitor >was instructed to lake sleps'to obtain an amend- ment to the cily making a1 maximum maintenance charge for wat- er mains at 10 cents' per frontal foot. Fair Price Committee is, at present, no fair price, committee, in .the cily. the city clerk, Mr. Donald Duff, being tho' represent of the Hoard of Commerce, through'whom complaints as to prof- iteering can bo submitted to the Beard. A cuminiufiicitlofl receiv- ed; -from tho-'Board of Commerce, Uii'o'ugli Mr. IJndsatt tor the secre drawing attention; that as re- K.uvls the appointment of local fair vrlcc committees it was ihe desire of the Boiled, that the formation of such committees ehonld be upon the inilia- lion of the local authorities in var- ious cities: and towns. The Board felt that public interest in Un of the reduction of Ihe high' cost of living was sufficient ly great to induce certain of the leiul ing 'cltiseins in each city to gel togeth IT oi) their own account with a view to devising ways arcl means of. beno fitting the consumer. It was the hone tiie Hoard that If snch committee should bo formed they'would co-oper ate with the local correspondents tainted by the Hoard and consult wit them as to lo bo iiiado to the Board. Such commit- tees, it considered, would also lio-of great assistance to local cor- respondents In ascertaining whether ifrollteering was being indulged. In by.tho local dealers and in .assisting In the making of preliminary investi- gations with a view lo enable the cor- respondents to refer ithe matter to the UuJird for eiiciulry if duo. justifi- cation should be found. Such local committees would not have any legal FUthority deleted to them by the Heard, but would bo purely represent- ative of local interests for the protec- tion of citizens in tho locality. In rcfpsct to the communication of the Hoard ot Commerce Ihe conn' ill agreed (hat Mr, Undsell be in- formed that there Is nothing suggest- ed in his Utter that the council or the city could carry out with any degree' of satisfaction, bccjuso ot the fact that nil present citizens are inter- related with each other in business or Influence. service in the uses and benefits which. When the mortgagees and lien ._. ._..i.i._.i.. .._: -.1 .1 1... r_ ,1... wenl to take possession Uiey arc evidently gained thereby in the routing. Forty-eight .flat cars, each containing four autos, all set up ready to be driven off Ihe' cars, passed ibrough the city on Wednesday, going to Portland, Oregon, from Duiuth, This is the second trainload of motor cars which has come through from lire point in tho States to another via Canada. The firat one consisted of 5 cars, which were split up at Duu- nore, 27 going through Leihbritlge to 'orlland from Duiuth, anil the bal- Seattle via Sumas, near Van- juver. The flat ear arrangement for con- veying autos intact Is a special one. There is a steel frame built un the jars with u chain braced on which rest steel works. The 5ars aro first" covered cheese- cloth over which there U laid a cover- ing of tarpaulin. The new arrangement for trans- porting autos has been in use in the East for about a year, but Is a'nov elty in the West, the two last train loads being the first to come Ibrough here. _ membership itself educated along the same Hues. Then the mine workerd local of that body. G. Lorcll, In meeting, said: addressing tho "Proper organization will ensure stabilized prices, profitanlev produc- tion, greater efficiency, Better quality of milk and the cheapest permanent supply to the consumer." This is 57th Anniversary of the Founding of Be Observed Here The members of the two local K. P. lodges and their friends will cele- brate tho 57th anniversary ot tho founding of the order tonight at the K. I'. Castle Hall. A splendid program has been ar. ranged, consisting of instrumental and vocal selections by some of Iho best talent in tho city. There will alsp be short addresses regarding'the cam- paign the Knights ot Pythias are about to undertake in aid ot the Chil-' (Iron's Shelter. The program will commence at' p.m. and last until 10.30, after which refreshments will he served, arid Danc- ing from 11 p.m.' till 2 a.m. Street cars have been arranged for. Any visiting members will be welcome. down by repeated and strikes. unwarranted Brantford increased tho salaries ol its firemen. .re involved and like-! ne time to sift out the Jaw Son of Senator Michcner Wins Coveted Honor in This Under tho A Detroit man WHO got married over tiic Iclophono Is now charged bigamy, He ir.usl have picked a two-parly lino by mistake. SWITCH OFF! Put aside fhc Sails, Oil, Calomel, cr Pills and scholarships provided for in perpetuity under the will of tho late Cecil lihodes. Alberta has the privilege each year of nominating one of its students as "Rhodes who is thereby entitled to a three-year course at Ox- ford university. The committee of selection entrusted with tlie nomina- tion of Alberta scholars lias conferred on Roland MIchener tho honor of rep- resenting bis province for the next three years at. this ancient, seat'of learning. '.Mr. Michcner is a son of the Hon. Senator Michener of Hed Deer and Is now completing his final year iu Ihe University ot Alberta. Throughout his university career he has (alien n prom- inent part in the various student ac- tivities, and, while matiUaining a.most credilable academic be- come a popular leader in thp'alhletic, dramatic, musical .and-social life-ol the Institution, It is confidently be- lieved that Mr. Michcner possesses In a high degree those qualities of man- hood which were so strongly emphn sized by the founder of tho trust and wbicn'should give promise of valuable public] service and leadership In the years (o come. Mr. Michcner's many friends will watch-his career at Ox- ford 'with much interest. MARSHALL FIELD III. TAKES OUT MILLION DOLLAR INSURANCE were blocked by injunctions taken oil, behalf of the workmen, dairymen and, other hired help who claimed priority 'or wages, J. N. Ililchio setting- up the plaintiff, Livergood, that the several chattel mortgages, while sign; ed by officers of tho company and uu-j der seal, were: not in fact as required by the Alberta Bill of Sales Act. The sheriff has possession and i between the claimants. 1 With counsel representing different of the wage coun- sel acting for'tno'mortgagees, the courtroom is crowded with textbooks and reports pjled in heaps re'ady for I use. I Considerable sums, and .numerous; claimants ai ly take son! to govern. W. S. Hall for the Taylor Milling Co. and Lothian, two of -Iho mort-i gagees, is applying at Ihe outset for release attachment, partic- ularly on the' grounds that the affi- davit in support of the attachment 'of Livergood does not conform with Kulo CCI> of the Hules of Court. The decision as to whether a com- pany must have its signature (seal and officers) witnessed will bo watch- ed with interest, as it has not hereto- fore been questioned.under the Bills ot Salo Act.- Case Stood Over i Upon court opening for the afler-i noon session; the solicitors, for tlie wage claimants, moved for: tho join- ing of all the different Individual claimants, but W. S. Ball, acting for the mortgagee- claimants, objected to them boing joined without there first being an examination for discovery in the catc of each of the plaintiffs, system of -f''dBe McCarthy sustained the objec- tion and the whole matter will now DANCE K. P. HALL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20th Ex-Cannoneers ADMISSION, DANCING 9.00 TILL 2.00 LADIES FREE stand over until tho fall civil sit tings. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE CONSIDERS SCHEDULE NEW YORK, Feb. annual schedule meeting of (he new Inter- national Baseball League today hadj lieforo it for 'consecration the 154-1 game program arranged by President David Fulls. A proposed agreement with the ins'or leagues over the ex- change of players was also discussed.. Some of tho club owners expressed i thofr-opposition to the "farming of players by the majors under option- al, agreements as they bellow the players can he obtained at more ad- va'nlageous .terms. AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, FRIDAY WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A CONSIGNMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including: VERY HANDSOME DINING SUITE in fumed flak, comprising buffet, round extension table and set dining chairs; solid oak sideboard with shaped bevelled mirror; heavy five-legged dininK lablo in solid oak with 6 leaves; open fronted wardrobe with large linen drawer at base; large rocker in American cloth; massive lounge In solid leather; DHOP HEAD SINGEK SEWING odd pieces linoleum; baby buggy: small coal heater; "Florence" autoinallc coal'oil stove, 4 with oven; oak cab- inet bed; large fl-hole STBWART RAN'GB with water front and !.waler tank; child's cot and mattress; box spring mattress; woven wire and Dominion springs; 4 ft. beds and springs; 3 ft, matlresa; very MASSIVE BKASS BED, complete with coil springs and felt mattress; 2 burner Now Perfection Oil Stove; travelling trunk; Camera in leather carrying case and tripod; mirrors; shelving; tools; set boiing gloves; garden tools; large shovels; Ure pump; sanilary lounge and mattress; and "quantity sundries. BUISOX DIAMOND- DISC PIIONOGHAPH and li Records. Machine IB table stylo in mahogany case-; also LIGHTER DAY ?HO COOK- ING RAXGB with hljh oven; 'White enamelled back. TERMS CASH AT CLOSE OF SALE PHONES SEND IN YOUR FURNITURE TO WADDINGTON'S QUICK RESULTS, PROMPT 'RETURNS Arc you keeping your bowels, liver, mill plomach clean, pure and fresh with or merely whipping1 them into action every few with Stilt. Cathartic Pills, Oil or Purga- tive- Waters'? Stop having a bowel wash-day. Cflscarcta gently cleanse- and regulate- the stomach, remove tho spur and .fer- menting food and foul gases, tako tiie excej? .bile front.tho liver and carry out of the colon and bowels all the constipated waatc- matter and poisons fio'you can straighten un, Cnscarels tonight will make you feel great by morning. They work while you gripe, sicken, or muse any inconvenience, arid cost 10 lltlle CIllCAGb, Fob. Jiar-j shall Field, III., heir to the 000 Field citato, applied for a million dollar life Insurance policy He made the application through two for- mer "buddies" with whom he served In Prance anil who are now Insurance agents. DESCHANEL IN HARNESS PAU1S, Feb. Dcsclian- cl paid his first official visit lo Hag- neux cemetery today, dedicating it lo dead French soldiers and laying a palm on the monument erected there to men who fell during the war In the service of France. He then visit- ed Val lie Grace hospdni, where wounded soldiers, are undr.r treat- ment. iM. Doachnnel presided over his first cabinet uiucling .Ibis morning. HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. CARRUTHERS DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA BUTCHERS, FARMERS, have the opportunity to dispose of your Hides, Wobl, 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 AvnueS. LeAbridge, Alta, ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Figs, Turkish, per lb.'...... Me Visit our Tea and Coffee Dem- onstration and test the ex- cellent flavour ot .Wedding .'Breakfast Coffee and, Arab Tea. Baking Powder, Nabob, regular 30c; on sale, 2 (or......45c Sour Gerkins, Heinz, per bot. 35c Salmon, Clover Leaf, per tin 45c Herrings in tomato sauce, tall cans, 2 for 35c Pilchard's, lb. size, each 15c Tuna Fish, while meat only. per tin 40c Honey, Airline Brand 2 lb. glass, Digestive Biscuits, lb. pack- ages, 2 SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY. AND FRIDAY Dromedary Brand, Golden Dates, per package 24c Boss Hand Cleaner, regulv.v 20c; on sale, tin........ 16c Glos'so, Liquid Metal Polish, large size j....... 40c Cream Tartar, lb. pkg. 55c Gillelt's Lye, per tin 15c Birds' Muslard Powder, 2 pkgs.................... 35c Boneless Chicken, per tin.. 45c Oysters, Blue Point brand, care- fully packed, delicious flavor. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY CROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED NOTICE! Cameron Watemsers'District A MASS MEETING of Water Users of above district will be held in tho AUDITORIUM, COALDALE SCHOOL, AT 2.0O P.M., SATURDAY, 2tst FEBRUARY, 1920, with tile object of forming a WATER USERS' ASSOCIATION. All water users taking water from; the Lateral and the North East Lateral of tho C.P.R, Cualdalo Irrigation District, in territory not already organized, aro earnestly requested to he present. Co-operation means success! The district Includes portions of the following: Tp. 0, Use, 19; Tp. 0, Rge. 20; Tp. 10, Hge. 20. (Signed) ARTHUR WOOLLEY, Hon. Again Pasteurizing is Not Boiling You injure the casein in the milk by boiliuy and make it hard to digest., Pasteurization absolutely kills all disease germs. Crystal Dairy Limited ARE OFFERING THE BEST PRICES ON ANY QUANTITY PELTS and FURS THE BEST TIME IS THE PRESENT: TIME, Whiie the Market Strong DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S. P.O. BOX S ;