Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOUR THE UAHA UttKALLf THE UETMBRIOOC MERALO COMPANY. LIMITED W fcMlih, L.thbrldjf, Alhtrta Do You Know? W, A. BUCHANAN Jiuiijrlrr Pirn-tor JOHN TOHMANCR Audit of c.rt SMblcrlpt'en prr vMk... Kill, Uy mail. by mail lor 6 roonttie JUlly br mall S mail, l-t." y. niaii, per year to O.tt... LOO i.t' AN ESTIMATION OF MR. MARNOCH. The value that is placed upoa ito views of tho President o( the Leti- bridsu Board of Trade cm wttstem problems can be gauged by the fact that the Winnipeg Frea Press puhllnh- ed in full Mr. Marnoch's observations on ''The old years and tho new and started It oft oa tho front page under a leading heading. Tao Calgary Herald also 'save" iiromimmco to tho message, and there is no question Mr. Alarncch's obnorvaiicns will bo recognized very la tho financial papers nt eastern Canada, It li an uld nijlng that "a is without honor (n hii ovm and Mr. Maniocl; is probably no: valued a: jS'jch iu Lethbricige as he Is by .thoughtful people on the outside. Like human belnirc ho haa his weaknesses, but. on tag Whole, question whether Lothbridgs and Southern Alberta have a greater ae- TODAY'S QUESTIONS i. Where is chirm clay worked in Canada? What is Nature printing? 3. Oxtside the tiroHt 'Lakes what M-O largest inland waters In Cau- cim- bit i't en of related to Viiiyor SchofUi'd ct hall .this ImiM.tns by Sergw-r.t- Major Albert E. Wood, as years of afc. a. veteran of four ivur.i. en- titled to wear no fcuor thai: scvtn- twn decorative and service medals. He .was four times wounded In the preat war, his seven brothers ami one sister vrero killed in the sorvjvo and his father and while thoir children were serving their country. He also lost two brothers killed the South African war. Wood told the mayor that he had been workiiis at odd jobs, including ot firunian und other inside work, his physical condition not permitting ti: do work out of doors. He- cane to St. John on hearing "that there plenty of work hern, arriving about two weeks ago, but has been unablo to get employment. He said that hB was now on his last resource find to get -work. The room he had oc- cupied at the People's Palace, m St. James Street, must !w-vacated toni.ciit, as he had no money to OIISHK; it long- er. On recommendation of one of the city commissioners. Wood has submit- ted a letter to the common council, asking for work. SENATE HKARINOS ON NEW TARIFF SILL WASHINGTON, Juu, Hearings on (he house urgency tariff bill wax decided upon to- t> by the nuance com-. 4 They will hfgln on Thursday and end next Titos- 4 day. C. N. R. WILL NAMK NEW REPRESENTATIVE ON ARBITRATION BOARD WINNIPEG, Jan. board of directors of the Canadian National Railway will meet I January M to appoint another rapre- I aenfcatlve oti the conciliation board to deil ivith tho political order of Prcsi- ident D. B. llunnn, according to word received, today by local railwayman Interested in'the dispute. President Hanoa having czpreised ditMtiiifactlon .will; the appointment of F. H. McGulran as the company's representative, a wlro was sent to tho minister ot labor, askinp for pennis- aloe to appoint arraeone olse. The por- intsjion has been granted. Local officials of the organ- izations Interested have sent to the minister of labor a telegnim protest- ing fij-'i'.ir-et any unneeess-irr delay in tho It is now c I fhtit the board will not get down to work until about February 1. COURSE FOR WILSON IN ARMENIAN MEDIATION SALT IS MAKING ANEW TOWN REOINA, young growing up around the aalt recovering and drying ylant, now he- ing operated at MaakaKee Lake, 3nsk. An evaporating plant, two storage houses, and two .drying sheds have been and dwelling houses, lodging and boarding, houses are now commencing to make their appearance in-the district......... The salt is obtained from the waters ot Lake Maskakee; and from deposits under it. They include ensom, glauber, magnesium carbonate, sodium chloride and potassium salts. The plant can produce from 25 to 30 tons of dry evaporated salts per day. The product is shipped to Kitchener, Out., for final treatment. PROMINENT K. C. RAN FREIGHT ELEVATOR VANCOUVER, Jan. a freight elevator in a local office build- ing was the last job held by John Reeves, K.C., who died here recently. The late Mr. Reeves, once a leader at the Ontario bar, member ot an old Upper Canadian family, was born six- ty-nine years ago. He was a lifelong friend of the late Chief Juatlco Fal- conbrldge and an associate of the late Sir William Mulock. He was associat- ed one ,way or another with most of the big men Ontario produced since Confederation. In his little room, near the elevator, Mr. Reeves used to entertain, between shifts, members of the provincial judi- ciary and other leading legal lights. To inquirers Mr. Reeves always said: "Hard luck is likely to come to anyone. My lot is not a difficult one." "I lost my money in a venture in New he stated, "and I am too old to go back to practice and start at the bottom again. I enjoy work and this elevator suits me." ONLY 35 KILLED AND 170 WOUNDED IN FIGHT FOR CITY OF FIUME ROME, Jan. for the possession of Flume during tho period from December 24 to the signing of the agreement for the surrender of the city to Italian regular troops, resulted in considerably smaller casualties than had been unofficially reported. A Bomi-official statement gives the losses of the regulars as 17 kilted and 120 and those of the legion- aries as 18 killed and 60 wounded, while two civilians were killed aird about ten FIVE CARRIED IN GIANT MONOPLANE OF IMPERIAL OIL CO. SASKATOON, Jan. Ca r.nd- lan two American aviators were aboard the gigantic J.L.-6 all-metal monoplane which arrived in Saska- toon today from N'. Y. Tho other unit of the expedition crashed into a fence at Virden, and was behind. The 300 miles from Vir- den to Saskatoon was flown at an al- titude of not more thau COO feet un account of thick fog. The f'lirht to Ktimoi'lon will be continued Wodncs- day rooming if pftr-uils., in the party are Capt. W. R. Capt. Jnhn Allen and Pet') Dor byjhivc, of aa-1 Lieut. II. Mynrs, Mechanic B. Buell, of the United States air service. Capt. Gor- man remained in Virden to superin- tend repair work. RAIL MEN CHARGE MANAGEMENT TRYING TO BUST UP UNIONS ST. THOMAS. Ont, Jan. labor situation in Michigan Central Railway circles here, haa reached such an acute stage that Hon. Gideon Rob- ertson has been called to St. Thomas. The employees claim that there are no grounds for the discharge of so many men from the departments which practically control the opera- tion of the road and charge the offi- cials to be moving with other roads to get rid of the national agreement and regulate the scale wages them- selves. HOW MUCH LIQUOR WOULD YOU PRESCRIBE FOR ELEPHANT, CAMEL? Tlckllih Question In Up To Judft In Chicago Vtttrlngrlan Prescribes It CHICAUC, Jan. ques- tlon .of how much liquor can leg. ally be prescribed for an elephant, camel or a dog la in the hinds of ths grand jury today. The grand jury are Investigating the of Dr. Bert Franklin, owner of vet- hospital, arrested for Ming ton many liquor prescrip- Franklin's defense, according to District Attorney Clins, Is that the prescriptions were Issued for an- imals treated in his hospital, but government alleges that own- era of the animals drank the medicine. SASK. WILL tRY ED- UCATION FOR LIQUOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PRINCE ALBERT, Jan. the gOTernmont of proposes to inaugurate an educational campaign for better observance of the IHWB with retard to the control of intoxicating liquor is the statement given o'ut hero by the Hon. W. A. Turceon, attornoy- The campaign will be under the direction of the Rev, Dr. J. C. Nichol of Saskatoon to whom the post ha9 been offered. Mr. Turgeon said that up to tho present forcible repres- sion hart been the only instrument ia the enforcement of the liquor laws. The government had considered the time opportune for the adoption of a campaign to create a public spirit in favor of law observance. PICKED UP IN PASSING TUB BUST MAN SIR FRANK BAILLIE DEAD TORONTO. Jan. Sir Frank Balllle, a prominent Toronto financier, died here yesterday after an illness of some weeks which had rather sudden termination. He was 45 years of age and was celebrated for having, at the early age of 27, been general manager of the Metropolitan Bank of Canada. Threo years ago he was created a 'knight ot the British Empire for services ren- dered the British government. BEAVERS MUST DIE CALGARY, Jan. The colony of 20 beavers which have mined hundreds of xjuars yards ol foliage and scores of young trees along the river bank at Bowness Park have been sentenced to death. Harry M. Pride, one ot the best known trappers in the northwest, has been granted a special permit by the provincial government to exterminate the busy little animals. WAS ELECTROCUTED TORONTO, JOB. Mrs. Ada Bat- ton, 48 years old, was electrocuted in the bathroom ot her home here last evening. Her husband found her lying over a small electric stove dead, with her feet touching the water in the bathtub. Tho estimated population of Sault Ste. Mario for 1MO, Js J. B. Wrodhall, treasurer ot Lamb- ton county, died at Sarnia. AIM. Scott, veteran (wstmaster ot Minto. Man., is dead. Mayor Porter, of Victoria, will seek a third term. Mies Rhoda McLaren, of Frank, is now on the Blalrmore public school teaching staff. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Drumm, former- ly of Frank, have moved from Van- couver to Penticton to reside. Rev. J. At. Haltli, pastor of College Avenue Methodist Church, stock, has received a call to Norwich. A large toad v.-as seen hopping about at St. Catharinor last week, some- thing it is said never before witnessed thgre at this time of year. Brantford bought two one-man street curs for from a. Connecticut electric line which -went into the hands of a receiver. Tho London Daily Telegraph In a review of the results of the League of j Nations at Geneva, ranks Hon. N. W. Rowell as the fifth moat important figure at tho meeting and the first of the Canadian delegation. At Hamilton Guy Long defeated Gordon Nelson, the present member of the Hamilton hydro-electric commis- sion. The following were elected to the board of control: Controllers C. Dav- is; T. O'Hair; Chas. I. Atchison and Aid. J. Tope. Word was received from Vancouver of the death of Mrs. A. K. Farquhar- son, one of Fernie's oldest pioneers. The family came' to Fernie from Al- goma in 1898, and resided there until the time of the fire when they moved to Vancouver. Some time ago. J. Alexander, of Pincher City, appeared before Inspec- tor Agent Graham in answer to- a charge of selling liquor to Indians and was fined 1100 and costs. At the sit- tings of the Supreme Court In Gel- gary Judge Walsh considered a cham- I her application for reversal of the judgment and quashed same. Complete returns of the vote in the last provincial in B. C. with the exception of-Vancouver and Vic- toria, where there were forty-seven candidates and ten members elected, show that Liberal candidates polled votes. Conservatives and Independents of all kinds One of our local blind-pigs was raided on. tor Itat week. A proprietor wu Ined for having boon on the pnmlaw and a lountar bad tho ueck of an almoat dead projeetini from kit pocket was tor that more Knterurlae. The (our little children of the late Mm. O. B. McDonald, through tho instrumentality of the local O. W. V. A. and Red Cross, hive been taken charge by tho Cajfkry uome and leave for there tomorrow. We understand that the provincial government offered a tmbstantlat grant towarrta the children's mainten- Enterprise. II. L. Stevens, formerly proprietor of the Alexandria Hotel at Morrissey Mines, is a Fornio visitor. Mr. Stev- ens, who located in Calgary after bo left this district, has Keen for the past few years down In the Texas oil fields, where he has large interacts. H. L. aaya that, quite a number of- B. C. speculators have done wall In the Texas fields. One teamster whom he knew at Cranbrook in the early days, invested a tew hundred dollars anil aold out for 11.600.000. Dave BImar. formerly of Moyla and well known here, he says, holds valuable oil leas- es and is In the way of cleaning up big money. Mr. Stevens aaya that the report that Tom Graham had dted recently is not correct. Tom Is aa the I automobile business at Loe Angeles. Free Press. What is Home Without Music? When you can buy a genuine Vlctrola from us for why de- lay? .It gives you access to all the orer selections In the BIG FREE CATA- LOGUE Easy terms to those who de- sire them. Victor Records play perfect- ly on any machine using fibre or steel needles. Risen.. Balmoral Block "The Home of the Vlctrola" (From Our Ofz Correspondent) BELLEVUE, Jan. very quiet wedding took place at Hillcrest on Christmas day, when Miss Eva Thomas became the bride of Mr. Elias Fisher. The younf couple are both residents of Bellevue. Miss Thomas having worked the store of the Haildad Bros, for the last two years and the groom has been a resi- dent of the camp for the ,past eight years. The young s couple start housekeeping with theibest wishes of the people of the camflii ROT. A. J. Law occupied the pulpit of the local Methodist church on Sun- day last In the absence'ot ROT. Peters. The-dance given by'the officials of the West Canadian was fairly well attended had a good time. Charlie Ray has confined to his home with a severe cold. New Year's Day parsed off fairly quietly in camp; no trouble of any kind. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ritchie return- ed borne from Calgary'; on Tuesday. Mtas Nancy Jordan has accepted a position as clerk with Johnson and Cousins. Joi> Qulntellla spent. New Year's with friends at Coal Creek, B. C. Mr. Albert Hallworlh has been con- fined to his home with a severe cold. Robert Connelley spent New Year's with his sister at Pincher Creek. The school houae will again be oc- cupied by tho children on Wsnneaday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hart, who spent a few days at Lethbridge, returned home on Monday. Quite a number of 'the Bellevue (iar.cers attended the dance at Hill crest on New Year's eve. The house belonging to Jack Green has been lancle'l on the lot at Bellevue. The building was moved up by Charles Sortoris. James Canle.ll of Calgary was a vis- itor in camp, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsay. James Miller of Calgary spent New Year's in r.-amp with frlenda. Miss Chute from Victoria, D. C., has ari'lvcd in camp as a member of the school stuff, filling in when her sister Mrs. John HutUm quit.' Some mean aneake around this uioop so low as to steal n. poor woman's geese. Bill Keek has been confined to his home with La grippe. Joe Ru'oertson Is having a busy time with the school tai. NAVAL MANOUEVRES IN PANAMA CANAL ZONE SAN DIKOO. Cat., Jan. At- lantic and Paddc fleets of tho United I Staten navy will hold joint manoeuvres I In the Panama canal lone waters next I month. Forty warships ot the Pacific fleet left this port today io Jois the of the Atlantic fleet. 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