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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL, THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGfr DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN ED Of 1 AGE Fines and Costs. Imposed All Round When Gamblers Taken in Tow Auother.hiE raid was pulled off by Cliief Glllespie anil his force on Sat- urday night, between the hours oJ ten and eleven.o'clock, when four simul- taneous expeditions were made, with tho result that the police.bag was re- plenished with forty-five nil told In- cluding 4 keepers of gambling joints and forty-bue Inmates: The court room was atain filled to capacity, and fines and costs imposed totaled, up-to the sum of J467. Bach of ttu> keepers wad fined J25 and costs and the Inmates "and costs. Before Magistrate Ir.Tin there ap- peared at the police court the keepers, of what were alleged to be gaming houses, In tho'persons of J.i Young, Splendid Sermon By Rev. De- noon on Occasion of Kotary Birthday, Kspreisius his belief ami hope that Rotary would continue to be a great Influence for good on the Individual, in' the community, on the nation, and that It would come to be a great infer- uatlonal Influence ivblch would tend towards tbe neacft and happiness ot the world, Kev. Ca'pL a Tiatarlan. spoke to the Lethbrldgo Rotary Club who on -Sunday evening attended Knox church In a. body to mark 4he fifteenth anniversary founding.of the organization which is belug celebrated this week, Rotary is nowlau international.organization, said the speaker, and ho looked to it to ploy a great part ia cementing the relationship between' the peoples ot the Anglo-Saxon world together In harmony, could assure the peace of the world In the. future. Rev. Capt. Deiioouii reached from the words of Christ to His disciples, "I am among you as one who aerveth.'" The words were. In answer to a dis- 'pute among the discjples about great- ness, and the Savior in 'answering made it plain thatVln His Jfingdum greatness consists of service: It Is OWNMS, 'WARE! VN v Dog owners who have any re- v gard for their anlmtls will have U- to keep watch over them from I v this day ou. The city police (iog catcher'is now on tho Job, ;J havinj started operations In the North Lethbridge district on Monday morning. 119 will 4 ruoya to the. south part when the northern area been v rid cf tho wandering canine. of the Commercial Club, In tho Al-jnot wrong to wish to'ue greab, .con- Block on Fifth Streat, K. nlilnueil lha world's Stuart! of the United Taxi, with ofticas inception of greatness Is REV. CAPT. DENOON spoke to the Kotarians at Knox church Sunday night on the occa- sion of the 15th anniversary of- the founding o! the. organ- ization. first class working order iate-i uu Fourth lAvc'nue, H. the ls not Jruo greatness .to bo great i than Tuesday night. Barber on Filth Street, a.s Alexander and Napoleon: and the I This means, of course, that "Tho k, of the I'ark were great. Greatness is not j Dumbe.llo" will fill their origiucl en- Gorman, Clancey and Grindiey 'Supply Four Million Gal. Daily Imperial Oil Co. Spuds In New Well on Dry Fork New Rector-of St. Amalgamated Parish Will Shortly be Installed The of thi Rev. Major Birrsw to the rectorship cf the paHafi of St. Augiutln been'approved by th _ _ Store on Fifth Street. In the case of measured by the service one can com-1 gagernent of night this and all other charges delivered tho Commercial addition to mand but rather by ths service which the Majestic, and with the Iho principal, 21 Inmates were fined; I one can give. And that is iehy Liv-1 look ot the advance sale, Ihey are go- in the United Taxi case, there were inmates fined.-as well as the keeper; in the Leader Barber Shop there were flve.-inmatcs-and the keepsr, and in Ctear Store six inmates imd tlie' keeper, fined. In every case the pleaded guilty. The 'charge preferred was in each coca that the principal did keep ,and maintain a'disorderly house by using for .gain in. a- certain room for the playing- Oiereln games-of or mixed games ,of chance and in which a bank was kept by one of the players exclusively of the others con- trary to the provisions of the Canada Criminal In'caso'of'lhe others that they did unlawfully freo.ucnt.the REV. MURRELL-WRIGHT'S CAREER (Toronto Rev. J. B. Mnrrell-Wrighl, 3I.A., or Lcthbridgo. has been appointed rector of St. Jlartin's-In-the-Field Anglican Toronto, and will assume his duties about March I, 'In succession to Rev.. S. T. Sweetman, who. died last N'ovember- Ho .took hia U_A. degree In.. 1899, at Trinity College, and attained the degree of MjA.-. same col- lege. He was first ordained to the ministry of iki church In 1800, his first parish .being at Oxbow, Sask., he was in charge from 1900' to 1903. Vrom that time until 1908 he had charge ot the' parish at White- u'ppd, Sask. For one year Mr. Wright was temporarily in charge- of St. Marks, Parkdalo, going from ;thcrc Ib St. Augustine Church, in the dldcosc of Calgary. ngstone, Calvin', Wesley, Booth and Nightingale are considered' great; hey were benefactors to humanity and weighed service ahead of their own sclflah desires. What Can the Individual Do? What society can do for the indi- vidual is important, the speaker went oil, but what wo individually can do for societj-, for the community, is of ing to be greeted by a capacity aud- ience. The famous Canadian soldier enter- talnmtmt' organization, known. Jii France as the been brought intact to this country for a limited tour of .the larger cities, In order to give the people at horae'ran i Idea of the really wonderful thealrl- j cais which were staged in France by Lethbridge, payable at Calgary, .--Other firms tendering were the Co., of Toronto; the Tay- lor Engineering of Vancouver; the Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., of Calgary; the FraseriCfcalmers Co., of Canada, AJ1U. Chalmer Co.. Calgary. It is tiat the new equip- ment .-will be installed by July, Company Starts Bis Scheme for Oi! Development in Alberta Work started Monday morning on the ftrat well to be drilled by tho 1m- periol Oil Co., In Southern Alberta, in the company's search for Hie great oil pool which Is believed to eilst In this twrt of tho province. The. being spudded in today is located on tho Dry sixteen miles south of Pliicher Creek. Announcement was made to this effect during Iho week by Charles E. Taylor, manager of western production for the Imperial Oil Co., who was lu tho city, making final arrangements for the drilling. Another well Is to be started short- ly In the Nanton district while others will be- gotten under way during th.n suinmeiMurthor north, that the com- pany geologists are satisfied that their search will not be In vain or they would never attempt drilling at the present time. "It Is very hard to secure drilling materials, owing to steel condition in- (he United States. The price is high, there Is lie ad- verso exchange 'for Canadian to consider also, and on top ot It pit' there is heavy duty on drilling ma- chinery lu eplte of tie fact that it ij not manufactured In Canada. It costs just 100 per, cent more to drill an oil or gajs well In Canada today than it does In the United States." Mr. Taylor jays that It Is iho gen- oral opinion of geologists that there will bo no shallow commercial oil wolls brought in In this part ot Al- berta. It Is expected that the drill will go to feet In. flearch for the elusive fluid which Is costing Canadian motorists more and -'moro every day. This is the Way a Chicago Con cent ,Writes Herald Tilt the dollar has not altogether loct Iti reputation over the border IB denoted by communication received by the HorpJd from a feature service in -the States itatluc (hit: "We believe in the Canadian with the obwrvatkm that there is absolutely no reaaoa for the present artificial condition of exchange. "We will rtioV' says the writer, "to Cantdlan money at par In pay- ment for our service." Uncle Sam !s beginning to realize that all Is not gold Uuit glitters and that tbe prem- ium to which the American dollar has risen is not altogether good tor bus- liiws over theater-importance. There been and for our hoys. The members; of; great change In the measure of a man's value, and ..'Capt.. Denoon in- stanced the sacrifice of the 'hundreds of thousands who left" their desks, and their y.-orishlp and their farms anil went to fight the war of with unselfish devotion to their coun- try. These were truly great. They did not count the cost even though it might be the supreme sacrifice. vaiuo of one's service depends oh its quality, also. An inventor may give to tho world; that 'whtcH> will aid lis material advancement, but: he who gives to tho world leadership in great thought and principles ami awakens consciousness .of the duly peo- ple owe to society .performs a'greater service. That was what Christ did aiid He rendered ihe greatest service of all to (he world. Then, too, the quality of a man's feervice depends upon his character. service can only have its foun- dation in'clinraoter which is built npon fhe teachings of the greaiesi Teacher of all. Fifteen Years of Rotary i Speaking more particularly on Ro- iory, Capt. Denoou-satil that these (noughts must havo been in tho mind bf Paul P. Harris, of Chicago, in Feb-' Dcpnty-Mlnlsfor J., in which his icompany all soldier-actors hav- ng. served an average of sixteen- months on active service before being chosen by Capt. M. Plunkelt, for eervic6! in the entertainment corps over five hund.-; red performances in France, many of'. .hem immediately behind the front 1 lines, where bursting shells'played ari- imporlant part in feels." For Ibis tour they- are offer- ing, their original overseas revue, BIng, Bang." which wlll.u? staged as nearly as p'ossible in tliu manner in which It was given over. Ihere, excepting the.matter ot hurst-j lug shells, poison.gas .1 CHILDREN'S SHOES Has tho important factor of building good feet in infancy ever occurred to you? This can ha doiic by having your children's feet properly fit- ted wjih shoes suitable to the particular fool to aflow for growth as well as keep Die fooi In proper shape growing. Adults suffer from foot ail- ment', commenced in infancy. How about yours? BRING THE CHILDREN TO US WE KNOW HOW ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. Nelson SHERLOCK BUILDING Healthy, condition for ones, Give to the K.P.C.S. fund. They will do the rest. SNOOKER Competition MEMBER .WISHING TO COMPETE IN THE'G. W; v, A. SNOOKER COMPETITION MUST HAND THEIR NAMES IN TO 'THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE BY WEDNESDAY, THE 25th.. BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE. i i. 62-3 ruary, 1905. when that .organization had its inception, anil tho speaker went on to sketch brhtly the history As a result of correspondence that! has been going on, the city council: at the regular Monday meeting wcro! in receipt of a communication from the Commissioners were given to un- derstand that school taxes bnve no prior claim over any other taxes. The of Rotary and its it is, acts which provido for tai enforce ho said, an organization without ftlment return, the letter went on to password, without a ritual, but though say_ would pro rata the taxes in case some said it had no creed ho believed tho sale price of lots was not snffjc- it had. It has no creed to which anyone, no matter what hie reii- gian, might subscribe. And its aim is to bring the Golden Rule to operate. The organization Is growing because it IE foundatloned on service to human- ily, and it was destined, he believed, io cxerl n great influence on the world In the future.. Sent to produce the revenue required to discharge all the taxes. "I may said Mr. Lamb, "there1 i? no necessity to register school tti- es against any land, since the taxes, .hcmselves arc a charge, and you i should continue to levy your school i :axes against the land regardless of whether Iho Province takes them over of not." The whole question as to whether Lho Government is ready to forfult, these .lands for improvement taxed and then foot a heavy bill to city' schools or other schools, beyond the value of the property itself, has not been decided. It Is a question, how- which is hound to come up and will have to be se'ttled. Break Down Not So Serious As Was Here Wednesday Notwithstanding tho .announcement made by Manager Brown at. tho Ma jeatic Theatre on Saturday night that nn accident to the hefitlng system I would romltj tn the Hica'Ka being i closed during this week, thereby shut- ting out two of the season's best at- tractions "The and Percy HulcJrlion with his famous company in a new show, "General con- siderablc work on llic heating plnni has resulted in keeping the thealro open. Practically u now boiler will be Installed and the sleamflttcrs give I promise that the heating plant will bo OBITUARY 51 r. STOVER Miles Sidney Slover, ngcd GS years, died at his residence, 630 9lh Street South. Sunday. Mr. Stover was born In Ernestown. Ontario, and came to in 1810, 5Io leaves to mourn his loss three daughlera, Mies Cora Slover, Cranbrook; Mrs, Summers, Naif.inec, -Mis. Harlman, Napancc; three sons, Percy Slover, Dcseronto, Ont.; A. Stover, Vancouver, and Hcrscol, who Is at homo with Mrs. Stover. The funeral will lake place tomor- row from tho family residence. Inter- ment in (he public cemetery. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. HARRY JOLLIFFE, THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION, WITHOUT RESERVE, AT HIS FARM THE NORTH WEST QUARTER QF SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 4, RANGE 23, LOCATED ONE MILE SOUTH AND ONE MILE EAST OF SPRING COULEE' ,0n WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 11 O'CLOCK AND THE SALE WILL START AT 12.00 8HARR Complete equipment o[ four-roomed hotisej 1 Tuassey-Harrls cream separator, 400 Ibs.; 2 '.vsgons, bushel grain lanks; 1 wagon and rack; 1 6-barrel iron tank on wagon; 2 wagon boxes; bobsleigh; I'democral; 1 buggy; 1 Mas'sey-Harrin binder; 1 McCormick binder; 1 set drags, 4-sectlon; 1 disc harrow, S foot; 1 Masseor-Hartia cultivator, K foot; 1 Mf.ssey Harris double disc drill, 12 foot; 1 Massey-Harris Shoe Drill, 10 foot; 1 Oliver 14-Inch gang plow; 1 John Deere engine gang, 4 bottom; 1 Vnrlty engine gang, 6-bottom; 1 mower; 1 Mogul engine, I.1LP.; 2 sets driving i harness; 4 acts work harness; 1 stock saddle; complete black- smith's outfit. x 1 grey gelding, 1600 Ibs., 7 years; 1 black gelding, 1500 Ita., 8 years; 1 team black geldings, 8 yearjsj. 1 bay gelding. 1400 Ibs., 6 years; 1 bay mare, 1350 Ibs., G years.; 1 roan mare, -1350 Ibs., 9 years; 1 bay marc, 1300 Ibs., 3 yelirs; 1 bay gelding, 1250 3 yeara; 1 bay gelding, 1200 8 years; bay marc. 1250 Ibs., 3 yeara; 1 yearling filly; 3 saddlo horses. Horses aro all fat and ready for spring work. 3 milk cows; 3 calves; 4 pigs; 30 TERMS CASH PETER LAVALLEY AUCTIONEER p, J. McSWAIN, Clerk. Addroii: e-o DtynTey Land Agenty, Lethbrldge, K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Plum Jam, Hamsterley Farm. per pall............... Gooseberry Jam, King Beach. per pall Svrup, B.'C. Golden Corn and White Clover, pel' tin 32c Peachlade, Kruitlade, Grapelade, and Plumlade, nsr Jar... Wedding Breakfast Cotfce, per 7Sc Arab Tea, per Ib......... 75c Honey, Airline, 2 Ib. glass, McLaren's Prepared Mustard, per bottle 17c Mops, Self 'Wringing; each 66c SPECIAL FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY CASH AND CARRY Uoldcn West Washing Powder, 2 psckaecjs 70c ingeraoll Cream Cheese 15c MclJiren's Imperial, per jnr 37c Shortbren'J, per cake...... 15e Rolled Oals, S Ib. bass, Hob Koy brand............. 60s Baking Powder, forest City, IB oz. tin 25c Mop Handles, each 35c Queen Olives, gallon jars Sweet Jllicd Pickles, Libby's, gnlloi-. Jars Ever Ready Dustless ClotheE, line 40o Spanish Onions, per Ib.....10c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Put Joy into the life of the Shelter children by jiving to the K.P.C.S. fund. KEEP FIT- By Drinking Milk With Your Meals i Milk and eggs are Nature's foods, and the only perfect foods. Crystal Dairy Limited dollar for the K.P.C.S. fund. HAVE YOU PELTS and FURS A Strong. Market Prevails at Present and You Should Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest Prices. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS; 320 6th ST, S, P.O. BOX t The Knights of Pythias Children's Shelter Campaign Is On This ;