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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta "f- il AUTO LOCAL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESpAY, JANUARY 4, !921 auuuin rjioi or LOCAL r UBTHWU1JOE. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN Coming Friday Is Fateful Day For Northern! Day for Rcmiring Traders Fur the District Irrigation PLANNING TO MEET PREMIER STEWART On Friday the tenders for the Leth- bridge Northern bonds, If any are re- ceived, will be opened, and the fate of .the district will be known. OE Friday also, Premier Stewart ami Hon. Duncan Marshall ami Han. A. J. McLean will be In the city on their way to Raymond to attend the official opening of ths> Raymond schoo! ol ..rlcnUw. i An effort Is being made today by OUTPUT AT NORTH AMIRICAN COLLIERIES The output of the North Collieries, Coal- hunt, for UM rating December 3Mk, ma tone and yonusli. The num- ber of mm esaflurwl WM 417. IS STREAK OF POET Would Than Get MM! Write if Jtstttriim Heard The feature the program put OB by the entortainwni committee at f Monday's Rotarr luncheon was the that Longest Spell of Sob-Normal Rainfall in HUtory of Southern Alberta For the fourth successive year Southern Alberta fell below the aver- age of precipitation covering a period of years, establishing r record for ef the observations began to be taken here. Wort was received on Mon- day by Dr. Lafferty stating that hli eldest aon had accidentally killed at Binning- ban, Ala. Dr. Lafferty lett at once for Alabama, anil In the meantime no further particu- lar! are available. Citizens Committee Meets Wednesday FORM NEW YEAR WORKED ON CON- STRUCTION OF THE CROW'S NEST LINE E Mayor Takes Oath of of Hospital Board City Audit Afc the first meeting of the new year of the city council, held Monday morn- held toT RainfaH durin the vear totaHed in the COUBc11 'he ct ths, tWednesday) evening solemnly promise and declare that just co at thn 1 arrange for a short conference with fie cabinet Binl.ter. while thev are Interest, that up to the end of April there were n tho city either their wav to The 'our chlldren "tnoil1 of 7'31 lnohcs ot moisture this year as .1, olttb- they furnished against an average fall for that period part of the entertainment. Songs, of Z.78 inches. May, June and July recitations and dances very are the big growing months, but this well done by them. Anunf other year there wero only 4.65 lushes as Raymond or on their return, when the results ot the bidi on the bond is. sne will be laid before them. ders, tbe sltaatlon of the Lethbridge Northern district will be such that the wovinclal sovernment will be In. according ApropoB of government, the tmm a United years Is 15.53 inches, so sutes wlll be was a deficiency as com- ciey Managor.s Association t" "n .f.or (ht> I'rogress of the manager plan in 1S5 cities and towns. More than American citizens are living today in towns and cities that have adopted the town manager plan of government. To date no report Is at hand of any town or city having reverted to its former having the Board of Railway CoramlBsloneri against what is considered an injus- tice. In the railways charging Ameri- can exchange on shipments made In Canada to the States, irrespective of the portion of freight payable to Can- adian roads. A communication as to this was received from tho city clerk at Calgtry poln.Ing out the apparent injustice, and asking the council to Join In a general protest to the Do- I will truly, faithfully, and impartial- j minion Government and Railway ly, to the best of my knowledge anil Board. This the council agreed on sioner of Finance. His Wor- subscribea to the following oath: city Livingstone Bardie Chris McC'ool of Oat, who disappeared from that place some time ago, was an old-timer in South- ern Alberta, and two James McCool of Crow's Nest and Alex. Me- Dollar. Spent McCoc! was chief timekeeper on the construction forces 'which pushed the steel from Macleod through the Pass back in 189S. f of being tsrsst government. At tho time the bill fording this guarantee was passed .u-.'S6 remalnder the adopted the manager idea. year also the fall was sub-normal, sot__________________ that there la moisture at present. SCHWARTZ GRANTFH in the ground ttian Is usual at this TRIAL BY A JURY Application made by C. F. Harris, ability, execute the 'office of "Mayor and Commissioner of Finance to which I have been elected in this city and that I have not received and will not receive any payment or reward thereof for eiqrcise ot any Im- partiality or malversation or undue elocution of the said office, and that I have not by; myself or partner, either directly or Indirectly, any in any contract with or on behalf _f the said city, gave and eicept that aris- ing out of my. office as Mayor and Commissioner ot Finance." Hospital Board H. Macbeth and Dr. Lafferty, on ex- piry of their, terms of office' on the Hospital Board, were re-appointecl for sr s 'rom a book of poem, written by member of bis party In HOD, time that if the guarantee as given did not produce results in selling the TheMrtue's" bonds, then the district was to come r U back to the legislature and ask fur- "jii H, therefore, Friday does not pro- joined hli fore This of the legislature at the session ens on January It is yerfles- thtn cook Tho tby trustees of the dls- entertainment at the luncheon was a happy coincidence Hwt lmlque and WM eBjoyed by the members of tbe cluk. trlct as Premier Stewart and two of his rain- inters should be In Lethbridge the day the bids are optr.ii, for If no success attends the sale, they will be in immediate possession of the facts, and the cabinet can at once take up WORKING ONLY mterestinK: 1503 1904 19D5 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 .1918 1919 1920 19 year average Prior to the last tour Schwartz vs. Guerin, for a triar by case of I a furtner term of three years, to date 14.83 11.40 13.68 22.48 15.EO '16.77 1U9 7.95 21.32 13.21 14.17 16.52 17.27 24.57 11.93 7.6S 12.JS 14.05 15.536 years the the further legislation which irilf be necessary to secure at the coming session to make the bonds saleable or to make them such that tho Do- previous longest period of subnormal rainfall was. In 1903, 1904 and 1905, when each year was slightly under the average-. The last four years have had their effect In pulling down the son. In granting the application His Honor held that there were certain well defined Issues of fact, such as time, place, and mode of execution of the mortgages and notes in dispute in the action that may well be tried by a jury. IS INSPECTING NEW COALHURST MACHINE P. L. Nalsmlth, manager of the C.P.R. department of natural re- le In the city today and In company with Supt. Robert Livingston of Gait mines Is visit- Ing the North Ai.urlcan Collier- lea at Cealhurat to examine the new machine being used by that concern tor eliminating tone and shale from stove coal. It Is un- derstood the management of Gait Is considering installing such a machine FOUR DAVS A WEEK precipitation figures also FOUR DAVS A WEEK 166 gonerallT wa, accept. minion government will advance tb6 mosey on them as promised by Hon Arthur Melfhen. MR. EWING HA8NT ACCEPTED THE JOB A. F. Ewlag of Bdaintton, baa been tendered leadership of the rsnaervatire party In the) pro- vincial house, will iteotpt the offer is net certain, according to a statement issued by Dr. Blow of Calgary on hit return from Edmonton. Mr. Ewlng elates that he will not accept the leadership, watch hM been h.ld for a year by James Ramsay of Edmonton. until he consnlU Iwden of tbe party ia the province bath within and with- out the legislature, A conference ot leading Conservatives It to be called to disc-lisa the problem before the legislature meets. Mines at Bellevue, Hillcrest and other Pus psinta are work- ing only four days a week at present, according to word re- ceived at the C, P. R. thin morning. Tbe reason Is lack' of orders. ed as Southern Alberta average rain. T fall, to 15.5 and it will take a tew wet J years to over come this deficiency In the average. Tbe epidemic ot hieconfhe, report. In New York, Las broken out in Montreal, and Is attributed by doctors to L-jslnen worrlet., DONT FORGET only place where you get your ahoM repaired by (IluiaiMn (t Mutton Perkins 41IA Fifth Strttt South Phone t of Colonial Theatre YOU WILL LIKE PACIFIC MILK Za its own district close to the Vuller it sells more than ftve UM< to one of all other brands combined. Thle U proof anonjh that Padfle Milk Is the best liked. It kas the fresh cream flavor due to an Improved process of canning. It never tastei o' the tin. TRV IT. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. Factories at Ladnsr and AbbotafarA B.C. P. 4 Company, dis- tributor! for Art.. A Suk. Sheriff's Sale PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, TO WIT: By virtue of a Writ ef Execution issued out of the SWreme Court of Alberta at the suit Campbell, Wilson Home, Ltd., Plaintiff ANO 4 Charlie Lajrchin, Defendant .and to me directed against the Goods and I have seized and taken Into Execution the following Goods and Cnatteis, namely: STOCK IN TRADE OF GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERY To be sold en bloc at a percentage on the dollar. which I shall expose for sale on Monday, the 10th Day of January, 1921 At 408 13th St. North AT THE HOUR OF 2 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, M. YOUNG, Sheriff, Dec. 31, 1920. Judicial District of Lethbrldge. Lumbago Victims Turn to Chiropractic It is easy to associate lumbago with the spine. People appreciate with- out argument or explan- ation, that the seat of the pain is in the spine. Like other bodily ailments which are not so readily associ- ated with pinched spinal nerves, the cause is due to nerve pres- sure brought about "by lack of correct alignment of the joints of the backbone. When by spinal adjustments this condition is corrected, Nature restores health. The lumbago disap- pears. There Is no method more sim- ple and certain than adjust- ments, the thousands who have quickly found health will tes- tify. NO CHARGE Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock black. Phone." 1177 and 1441. from January 1, 1921. Audit A communication from Ritchie Pat- erson and Co., making application for the city audit for this year, was laid on the table pending further discus- sion on the matter of the simplifica- tion or modification of the audit and the anaca! remuneration. Further, it was resolved that the city clerk ar- range a conference between the city council and Mr. Paterson at an early date. American Exchange The council has forwarded a pro- test to the Dominion Government and doing. A by-law was passed authorising the city's borrowing from the Bank of Montreal for-current expendi- tures arainst the revenues of the City of Ivethbrldge for the year An application from A. J. Spene-. E, Berger, and R. McPhoraon. for re- bate of personal taxes on taxi-autos, was referred to the assessor, with a request for a complete report of all outstanding current business and per- sonal taxes. Last Year to Boost Development PASSED OVER WILSON'S VETO WASHINGTON, reso- lution reviving the War Finance cor- poration became a law today with Its re-adoption by the bouse over Presi- dent Wilson's veto. The senate over- rode the veto yesterday. Steamship Are you thinking of sending for your friend in the Old Coun- try? We shall be pleated to quote rates and assist you in every possible .way. We can arrange passage FROM Danzig, Hamburg, Antwerp, Ma- plea, Triest and other Continen- tal points. For all kinds of steamship THE ROS8ITER. AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlglnbotham Blk Information Thursday morning will see the for 1921 Board of Trado memicrshls started in real earnest. In the tlnio !t is expected that the majority of last year's members will send ID their cheques to the secretary iu ordei to save tlio membership commlttM the necessity of calling upon them. During the past year the receipts of the Board have been approximate- ly while the outlay has been tha game amount, leaving no balance on hand to start the year. Heavy during the yepr have been made la connection with Irrigation develop- ment. Here are some of the prin- cipal items Travelling expenses and other expenses in connection with irrigation, including two con- ventions I7T5.00 Expense in connection, with ir- rigation congress, July, 1920 SOO.OC Stationary and printing outlays 472.00 Postage 1JG.OC This last item is a direct evidence of the activity of the Board. O. BOX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 54 Acadiai Bulldlni Third Avenue South BREAD Is your best food. GOLDEN KRUST Is your best Bread. Cet it at our shop at lOc PER LOAF Try our Buns as well. You'll want more, LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH WOMEN WHO KNOW BREAD Those women who have been most expert and successful In baking their own bread are the first to adopt ours. One taste of Its firm, crisp of its flavory, filmy body and they realize that It's waste of time and energy to bake their own when they know they can get ours. If you haven't tried KIRKBY'S HOME-MADE BREAD you've denied your family a treat. Besides, why not conserve your own energies by buying .our home made bread, and elimln- afe one of the hardest parts of your housework. It Is really BAWDEN BROS. STOCK REDUCING AND PRE- INVENTORY SALE BREAD FOR THE KIDDIES There's nothing more health- ful, more appetizing than good, 'Wholesome Bread. The best food you possibly can consume la good Bread. And QUAKER BREAD la the best Bread. Not only do the kiddles enjoy it heartily, but each member of the family welcomes It at every meal. Buy QUAKER BREAD, John Gi'more Lt 4. YOU SAVE MONEY BY GETTING YOUR RE- QUIREMENTS DURING THIS SALE. in price of the most im- portant and already the cheapest of point to buy Klrkby's All the good features of home-mads bread are found In our Bread. Our Bread Is BREAD AT ITS Is always pure, tasty and nutritious. It li Thorough- bred Bread. KIRKBY'S 3RD AVE. SOUTH. Beginning today, our prices for Cream are: Table Cream- Quarts......... 60c Pints..........30c Half-pints......16c Whipping Quarts......, 80c- Pints..........40c Half-pints......20c Chief Mounta'n Creamery Co., Ltd. LeTHBRIDQE, PHONE Office and Plant, 12H Sth Ave. A, Souife, PASTEURIZATION IS A GUARANTEE OF SAFETY Milk may be pure and clean, but may con- tain dangerous disease bacteria. Unless it is pasteurized these bacteria are dangerous. We have always pasteurized our milk to protect your health. Give the children Safe Milk. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;