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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta the Herald'. Page of Live Local JAXIJAIU1 1920' Ail The Local NewiJJIls. You Erp-Ut- ed that> the iucreue -nit the natural outcome ot the order of the Ckuda wheat hoird, increasing tlio jriee of -rhwt at Korl William from b> }1M a -bushel. Bread will, from now on, cost 13 cents for unwrapped and H cents for wrapped tiraad. A correspondlni; In- creua will aiade in the price of fancy bncd and cakes. EAST LBTHBRIDGE U. F. A. NAMES 1920 OFFICERS I TO WORRY .SUPPLY Xo. 141, U.f'.A., held annual lueellnf al Crystal Lake School on Dec. 30. IceGl'ing well attended and iu ad- dllkm lo the election of officer- lhe comiliE year, A.lnif.f ui business was official tl.P-V. iu gary noil month anil to a report. on Ihe-'aame at the next meeting. The ,mmm ISSO: '.PreiUent and Wil- bur E, ft. Hunt; Secretary-Treasurer, John Tuoru; Hoard of Dheclors: W: A. Hauiiliou, A. Palfrey, C. Vau Br'ock- Hn, C. Clospey, G. Walt. of Rev. Canun-Mur- rell-Wright Ikers for Year Nnmed At a meeting of the utv aiialgamat- ed parish of SI. Aiisuslln and St. Cyp- rlan, noir kcown as thn imlsh of St. Augutlin. held St. Auguslln's hml. ou 1-rMay night. Ihe resignation of the weather man take.-; piiy Southern Albsrta (here may be ibis vviiufr uC tiie Ice famine whioli troubled let dealevs In the of I'JlS-'iJ. Ta ilato the) Transfer Co.. whn supply the' i-ity with have been able to secure i ouiy three layers in ih? bottom of one! 'of their !ct houses. The uutlook at I present is zcod. ami as January Is i j a) ways the big ice mouth, they jDutirrally worried over the warm wea-1 look nil lhe over three weeks Ifigo tin- ilieir ice field i [In Henderson ulioMt B.500 ions] .of ihe finest Ice OUT made here. It I was ou Ihj artificial pond iilled with j j filtered'.city water. The Ice was 15 im-h'.M iiiiek when' chiuook fame, t iwo days' cutlinR haii heen done, i Miners Agree to New Agreement Tbe of -.lit- Hate Was 13 Per Thous- Lees Than Previous Year va istaurants rscoivo a shock Till! population of .batbbridge increased by 391 during tfce jear 151S, according to the number of births registered. Prom the tigtires ot 1913 thero would a de- crease in (he birth rate to what ft was the year previous. Tho figures for'191! were 468. These, hoTre7or, were not all births (luring the but-same which Lad failed to bo reg- istered in 1817. This came as the re- sult of the activities of the local office for the collection o( Vital, Statistics, C. B. Bowman and Cd. The birth for 1919, according.lo.the population of the city was 28 per Death! Deaths iu the city in the past year ivsra 193 as compared to 393 the year previous. The total of last year iras swelled by the prevalence of the influ- enza during the latter part; the. pre- va'anco of (he epidemic during the months of January, February and March of 1S19, helped.to add lo the toial of deaths ns the result of pneu- monia following attacks of the 'flu. The death rate for 1919 figures cut at -13. per thousand. H will be noted that the birth the, ilcath rate. In 41IB deaths registered nearly a' third, 5G in nuiuber, wero infants ou Monday when .tho price of food under-the age of 5 years, of these ten. Eonrs again. It was announced last! were stillborn cases and there were, night' llial, ilue to the increased cost of foodstuffs, the cost to; the con- sumer would have 10 be correspond-' ingly raisoJ. After Sunday the fire-cent cup of .tea'Km! coIJcfc will disaujear, lo bo replaced by the iranie quurtily at la cents ii cup, umil sueli lime as the prlcfl of conies down. Pie will. In fululo. tents a cut am! tho plaic of weli-bultercd toast will sell at 10 cents. Sandwiches, with, the exception of crhieken. will double in price, lo sell 2'j each. Chicken sandwiched will be ttlmosl a luxury rit The.ir.Kjoriiy of iiicreatfss are tint) to the Ihe price of brei'd and 3URar ns'jd in their urortnc- tior, tho iTElnuraiil men say. In Toronto, Too TOIvOXTO. price's in ihe oT Ihis pre- ilk-.inil, tF.K-uiit'ly (11 ttn sutil bread. One reslacra'tt owner pro- INNEEDOF1ELIEF bands o! the blshup of Ihe diui-ese. special iiieeling o> vestry ;-w.ill be held on Monday next ;tp Arrangements tut- the Though nolhing de'inile has been heard at the local office'ol the Patri- otic Fund In regard to.the matter of relief to ex-members of the (orceB on the farms who are In need 'of Ihe same, the local committee intend .to do their ulmost in helping these men. Thn vrork -Brill greatly aided if whn are In the outlying districts, such as postmasters, storekeepers, ministers and olliers who aro'aware of local casoa needing relief "will commuoicalo the Patriotic Fund. This became necessary in that the district has been cut about .from.the district proper of Ibo Ijbor Employ- ment Bureau. Madeod, for instance, has been made a separate district (or relief, and a slice ot the JjdhbrMgo' district has been as well, taken over by Medicine Hat at the request of Mr. XeUon Spencer, in that lie Is fami- liar with this porllpff In having re- cruited there.' In the first instance assistance will not be provided for a period exceeding two however' 'that thereafter 'further may be given on presentation o! card from the1 representative of ment 'of Soldiers' Civil meut statins Iliat there Is no employ- ment available for the applicant. Tho relief allowed Is as follows: For man'and wife, a moiilh; for first boy under 1C years and girl un- der IS years, for tW second boy under ifi years and girl years, 510. lowed will be Bo fur there have been 10 appli- cants from the city' aud about ball VISCOUNT SAILS YOHK. Jan. 3.-Viscount Grey, i-elurnlng to after short slay in .ho fnited Slates a, I apjioiulment "of a1 new rertor. At the meeling the fijllotviug offi- cers for 1020 were port. ,Church K. Jones; M: Freeman. Vestrymen Judge Jackson. Dr. tonybeare, O. II. W. Mcech, C. Jaeksoij, Dr. Taylor, ft. A, Euilib. J; K. A. Kluir- iiiaij.'J. K. John- son. Tuson. tJuvelopc Colpraau. Jr. Dinning. Xothluff Vfas dono in regard io a silo for the new church whlch! In course o! I'lme -will be built for (be new enlarged parish. The Forward .Vovement was dis- cussed and a mnnher of ladies and some of the men of tho church select- ed to form a committee to assist Mr. li. A. Smith in bringing lhe Forward Movement to the homes ot members of the Anglican Church in lhe city. Mr. W. p.-.King was appointed rep- of the Anglican Church for Lelubricise to confer with Boys' Welfare Council. special amnasaHdoi'fur Oreal llritalu, i salted today on the Aarlatk- from this! i'n ihe in 1913. In Tho yenr 75.77 per cent. current wf re paid as compared lo 73.5 in lhe ji'ar HIS. 'ihe total amount o! t'Jly cuirerii taxes itaiil wa.-; !i-.131S ihc sum paid was lift.' :is ?c'nt tases paid in during cemUjr aiiiuuKUd to i'jlS. On llio las! day uf there was a to take advantage of, the eipiry d.ile of the C per veni. illy-j count by those whose ciirrent laxoj not On 'hat'day Jhe sum!