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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LpCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN CURLING Long Felt Wnnl To Be Supplied Noted Musicians Passed On Specifications At a meeting ol the congregation ol Lesley church helJ a few weeks ago ii was decided :o instal a new. pipe urgau In (ho church as soon as the necessary arrangements could bo completed. The action of the congre- gation was subsequently endorsed by liulh Ih'e quarterly official hoard and I i the trustee hoard of the church. "and a committee was appointed and charged n-lth the responsibility of purchasing a suitable organ' anil financing the transaction. The committee went to work imme- diately, wllh the result that an order has been placed wllh Messrs. Casa- vant Bros., of SU Hyacinthe, Que., and a contract entered into with luat well- known firm of organ builders place To D.'.wsoii vs. Fox. Carberry vs. I'eat. hlvie va. Johnson. Friday.Night MacKcnzle vs. Aird. Siinptou vs. Purks. vs. Majnoch. Macleod Hanui'.OUi Shepherd ve. Nelson. a splendid-new pipe organ In Wesley by September next. Built in 1513, this church building of An o Is recognized one of the_ finest waB given V'Mr. Not Such n Large Amount As> Was First Amounts The money accruing In the way o library grants to the Public School In the city has been found not to h as grcai a bonanza as was first ant ciliated. It lisa whittled down to Hi church In Western Canada, very thoroughly and completely eciuiii- in and a credit not II. Xoble, manager school librarle and readers' bronchi Bdnfcuton. 1 this it was stated thiit thelOlS only to .the Methodists themselves but j ana the sum o ihE for 1912-KS. There wore no grants during tl years the war was.on. The total 01 standing. toBCther wilh the Era ly decided lo shelve Ilia organ propo- two ycars elllon until peace should return once On books to u Jllore- .value of JSflS.SG. on Nov. 27lh, 191 With an auilltoriura scaling approxi-1 h value aull 011 Ju jnalely fiilcen hundrjil people, anil j 2-th to 'araount or 5 nsedvis it frequently is galhcrings cf 5730.73 :w-crc supplie und meetings of mlcrcst o the com_ s b lanco of 5 inanily at large, the handicap caused' by reason ot the lack ot an organ has been greatly fell, nnd Iho above in- formation will bei welcome nevvs to Hlul the people of Lethbridge and dislncl -fol. ms anlounls lo ?1220.7G generally. The new organ will comprise four manuals complete, with an echo organ ;ind chimes as well, anil will cost in round figures seventeen thousand dol- lars. Of .this amount, about ten thou- sand dollars has already been raised by the committee in chnrge, mainly from business men. professional mou, and others nol us directly affected by crop condilions as tho farmers themselves. Th'e organ proper will bo inslalled the loft provided for in the front of Iho church, while the echo, organ will he placed hack of Ihc sallbry at the opposite end of the listrict Conference Will Be Held There April 9 and 10 Club After Prizes Thirty Hotarinns and their wires, to ay nothing of several of the hand- oino unattached, will attend the DIs- rict Conference of Hotary Clubs in ialgary, April 9th and lOlh. The 19th DIslrlcl includes Alborla. askatchewan, Manitoba and Western intario. Crawford McCullough of .'ort William is District Governor and II who know him can testify that he of Atlanta, Georgia, Frederickson Case Now Being of Liquor Prescription Charge BANK CLEARINGS Bank closraso this week were as compared wllh for the corrcs- ponding week list year. Tho Jury disagreed on porjnry case Wednesday. s a. live wire. Bert Adams resident of Hie International associa- ton of Rotary Clubs, will ho present md will address tho conference. A prize is being offered to tho club laving the best percentage attend ance at tho conference, also for tho club pulling on Ihe best slunt. The boys are out for both prizes. The stunts are to he educat onal in their nature. The Calgary liolarlans are makiiig elaborate preparations for Ihu enter :atnmcnt of tho delegates and their wives. The headquarters of the con- ference will he at the Palliser Hotel. the Smilh His lord- ship finished addressing Ihe jury al 3.15 yesterday and at six o'clock as they had not returned he adjourned court until S n.m. On Tiling in Ihey j LIBRARY INT'IS GRANI Play To Absolute Capacity and Will Come Back later At Leaat That is Opinion Leaders of That In- stitution of One of tho reasons why Iho ''Y" authorities thiuk the city should come ;avc the decision that they could not j wnh g grant la cover light ngree and further on question from and water IB the fact that ever since the judge said there was no posslbil-; the library was started by tho hoys of the Y.M.C.A. with a donation of ity of Ihcir agreeing on further sldcratlon, so there being no alterna- tive Ihcy wero discharged. This means n retrial and it will pro- 13.500 books, they have been given free (ruarters and heat in tho Y.M.C.A. Kelson, B.C., also has Its City lib- rary in tho Y.M.C.A. but pays a month- ceed at once. The case of lies .vs.: and gets a flat rate of a Frederlckson will likely finish at noon and tho Smilh retrial will again heard. I fo The J'rederlckson case is one ot leged forgery. George Frederickson, n laxl driver this, city, ohlaincd-a prescription form, It Is alleged, forg- ed Ihe name of Dr. J. E. levering and sold It to a. Jap, 11. Myaskiro of Ray- rioud for the sum of. This supposed offence took place about Doc. ISlh, 1919. C. F. Harris is lie- 'ending. The majority of the evid- ence Is by Jap Interpreter. The jury. chosen are: T. J. Jamieson, Leslie Palmer, H. Doullon, A. Ltngard, 3. Dawdcu, Jno. McLollan. The voices were of exceptional mcr- l. and In every cate caught and held the fancy of the audience. Perform- ances lhat have received high praisu as a rule do not corns up lo antici- pation, in that the ftudicnceH expect too much. With "Tho Dumuella" this was Ihe exception, the players fully lived up to their reputation and there was nothing In (he way of disappoint- ment from what was anticipated. The reception "Tho Dnmbells" got was unanimous in appreciation In Ihe feeling idiuwn in a crowded house, and full well the boys deserved every iota of it. The performance was an ex- hlhiliou of talent of the highest order in the way of vaudeville shows, and the atmosphere was there all Iho linie it was on. The return visit of the. players, hilled for some ttmo In April, will bo eagerly looked to In the measure they accredited themselves. ______ _____ _________ ______ ._ In tho art of giving a performance' drop, and tho keylioto of real good, these from France" proved real The finest vaudeville Rhow that has over visited Ihe- city cannot but be tho verdict in regard to the aggrega- tion known as "The Dumbolls." who put up an entertainment full of fun and rare artistic merit at the Majestic night, have The fully Theatre on Wednasday boys from the trenches sensed the human und. if it might be so termed, the grotesque side of ex perlences In Iho war. As a result there was a punch and an appeal in Iho "gags" Ihcy brought off and u rich color to the application of the vaudeville brush to the various Incl- genuine and original fun was main- tained at high pitch throughout. .The make-up of the "young ladies" was the nemo of ort, and for fasclna- Financial conditions il l the "V" to make this request of aUrctlon they were liurd to Vags and'Ng-Goods Told to Get Out And Are Taking the Hint will shortly be granted, partic- ularly In view of the above facts and that nearly every other Associalion In Wcslern Canada has been receiving something ot this nature for years. Lethbridge, also, Is tho only associ- ation which gives all hoys under 15 freo memberships. ninino to a degree when the susceptible male. The olher "ladies" all full of charm and furnished nn excellent lesson in Ihe way of us ing Ihc "glad, eye." dynamos in Ihe way of entertainment. Tho return engagement announced Is Intended to give tho hundreds turn- ed away last night un opportunity lo witness' the entertainment. There was an absolute capacity house last night. Stricken with cerebral hemorrhage while driving his aulo in Detroit, F.' Schanl, of New York, fell scious al the wheel and the machine collided with a street car. Uition ij Ecrious. His con- ADJOURNMENTS IN'ORDER Adjournment after adjournment is Iho history so far of the charge laid against Jlrs. Chapman alleged to navo run a disorderly house In the Brodle Block. In the last adjournment made she is due to appear before Magistrate Irwin on'.Tuesday, March 2nd.._ The Federal Coals mine has now, been daclureil a "closed shop." all the miners j having agreed to sign the check-off for the U. 31. W. ot A. The pay roll of Ihis mine averages close "Stand not on Ihe order ot your going but go'al is Ihc slogan which Chief Gillespie hast adopted in regard to (he undesirables ,in Ihe city. Four of these, were given their, marching orders on Wednesday, with i the udmoiiltlun thafi it found in the; city 24 hours alter the. warning they would be arrested as vagrants: They look the hint and 'forthwith decamp1 i cd. The chisf has an'eye on all the' undesirables in the city and has Iheir; number which will in 24 hours after warning has been given. In re-; gard to some of these "gentlemen of with I wo excopffons. it wilhoa per month. The halting he-1110 occupation." he he has be Mie largest and finest organ yet' tween two opinions in regard to thei known them in Ihe days when lie was instailcil In Western Canada, and as' International and the 0. IT. U. has now i of .police .some years ago and THERE'S TRAFFIC TROUBLE AHEAD FOR 7 CHARLIE CHAPlitNj'WIl.L BE HERE NEXT WEEK IN A NEW SHIMMYING FLIVVER, FOR i "A DAY'S PLEASURE" G.W.V.A. SACRED CONCERT BY LADIES CHOIR MAJESTIC THEATRE Sunday Feb. 29 AT 8.45 Under the direction of CORP. J. E. THOMPSON mines is on Saturday next. 'nhovc intimated the contract with Ihe! given place to final .'action in tho rain- builders calls for the completion of the clrs as a whole declaring for Ihe In- organ in September next. t'crnatiomil. 1'ay for the city Aa an. indication of (he thorough, manner in which the committee haa gone about Us work it may he stated that thoy submitted the organ specifi- cations lo Prof. Chuhb, of Christ 'church, Vancouver, anil Prof. Noble, of Xew York, for nn opinion, and as a re- sult of llieir suggestions some changes are being made in thu conslructlon of tho organ which will make it as.near- ly perfect in design and construction as possible. When installed, the new organ will lie dedicated to the memory of thoso men from Lelhbrldgc and district who made tho supreme sacrifice In Ihe great war. Guelpb sickness. has a case of sleeping HAD LIQUOR IN HIS SHINE PARLOR, FINED In the clly police, court. James Jones was, on Thursday, 'fined Ihc sum of and cosls for having liquor in other lhan a private dwelling, lie condnclcd his own defence, stating that tho 'three. e'mply'< bottles found on the premises, and .which were sworn to have contained liquor by Dc- leclivc Sid Wallis, were brought ii (here empty and that the bottles were used for containing chemicals which he used for cleaning purposes in his shoe shine parlor. lie was ignoranl ho stated, of (he fact that Ihe hollies contained v.-hiskcy. No Similar Flavor Among Cereal Foods and easy to explain, for Grape-Nuts is a blend of wheat and malted barley, The rich flavor is nature's own.' Its sweetness is nat- uYal and comes from sugar developed from the grains by a process which includes 20 hours' baking. Nourishing Economical .A Sugar Saver Made by CANADIAN POSTUM CEntAi. COMPANY, LIMITED, WINDSOR, ONTARIO. liey have evidently relumed to the ily and liavc been living hero with 10 legitimate.occupation. HAVE YOU K ERR'S _______ Daily STORE NEWS Bleached Sultanas, per lb..38c Cherries in per bottle 26e and 40c Shrimp Paste and Dloater Paste. Jar Lobster Pasle, per tin Sweet Potatoes, per lin 35c 26c .35c Sweet Potatoes, per Ib Cranberries, per tin .......40c Celery, per Ib .............25c Olive Oil Heinz ....55c and 65c Olive Butter, large jar Evaporated Peaches, peeled 1 Hi cartons, 2 for ......55c SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY S pound sack Rolled Oale, regular price Today hal Disinteclant 2 pkgs for ..............25c Cauliflower, per head ......We Head Lettuce, per head ...20c Succotash, 2 tins for ......45c George Washington Coffee Large size lin Cocoa, Pry's Concentrated Per tin..................35c Toilel Paper, large rolls-v- 4 for....................25c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Put joy into the life of the Shelter children by giving to tho K.P.C.S, fund. Lee King Assaulted Won Tribe, in Court What appears to bo the result of the factional fends that exist In the Chin-! cse quarter ot Ihe city between the' Monarchists and the llepnhllcans cul- minated1 In a serious assault on Lee King by three of Iho Won tribo. to wit Won Wing, AVon Chnw and Won Jung Ling. As a consequence of the onslaught of Iho Wons, N'ing had lo be removed to Iho hospHal for trcnt- nienl In the way of bashed'ribs and n broken bead Inflicted on him. The cause of all the trouble and Ihc history of Ihe strife in all Its details have yet to be divulged, for the parlfea have been remanded to appear before Mag- istrate Irwin at the city police court 6n Monday next. PELTS and FURS A Strong Market Prevails at Present and You Should Get Our on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest Prices. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FUBS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S. P.O. BOX B On the c-h.irne of stealing n quan- tity (if (lax to I'ne amount of GO tniuh- els, Peter Kohanas was remanded for trial by Maxistrale IlurrcJI nt the Provincial I'olire Court on Wednesday afternoon. The Information wns laid by W. A, Gruncwahl, a farmer ot Coat dale. In his de-fence tho accused staled tint he took the llax on the ad- vice of his lawyer ax n counter claim for certain moneys which ho alleged Grunownld owed him for done. Tho defendant working the farm on payments and the flax whicl1 wiis removed from Ihc farm was claimed by Ihe Informant to he his property. The jiBrccmcnt. In regard lo llu! uorliiiiR of the farm had railed on' by him and ho. the rtcfendaiil on being made aware of this removed the flax. MORRISON MARSHALL DEAD WASHINGTON', Feb. .Marshall. Ihe young adoplcil son of Vicc-I'rcalclciit and Mrs. Marshall, died here early today al'.vr i short illness. Butchers, farmers, Trappers You have the opportunity lo dispose of your Hides, Raw TUTS, etc., nl market prices. Why not grasp HI Wo aro absolutely tho Largest In Western Canada BollinK direct to tanneries. Writn today for our quotations and shipping tags. TRV "CARRUTHERS" THEY ALWAYS SATISFY. Write for our New Price Lltt just htucd. Gel on our mailing lltt. Advice free, Prompt returns made by Draft Money Ordert or Currency. A, CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. Phone 595 1251 2nd Avenue S. Le Hi brio g Alts DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK 8MT Our new stock of Linoleums for spring is in. It is the largest and finest we have ever .shown. The patterns are very attractive and are entirely new. They have never been shown jn Lethbridge. The wholesale price has advanced considerably, but we are offering this stock At Last Year's Prices For Quick'-Tumover. ?2'75 Suitable for bedrooms. Lineal yard PRINTED Per Lineal Yard- Ordinary quality Extra quality INLAID Per lineal yard H25 and J5.00 HALL LINOLEUM, per lineal yard to 11.50 LINO! EUM RUQS, 9x12 at and CONQOLEUM RUGS, 9x12, regular price for IT WILL BE EASY TO MAKE A SELECTION C. G. OLANDER GENERAL HARDWARE 524 13TH STREET N. _ THE K. P. CHILDREN'S SHELTER FUND NEEDS YOUR HELP. is not necessary to go on a Milk Diet. KEEP FIT ALWAYS taking some milk every day. It is the best food. Crystal Dairy Limited PLEASE dollar for the K.P.C.S. fund. ;