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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL MIWi WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTl LOCAL NEWS FHUMY. JANUAUY 7. V.121 LETMMU1XJK, 4LBERTA. PAGE LETHBRIDGE PRECIPITATION FIGURES FOR 19 YEARS Mouth Jan. Mar..... Apr..... May Juno July ___ Aug..... Sept..... Oct..... Nov..... Dec..... 190J 0.67 1.01! 0.48 0.15 11.27 5.6S 5.US 0.69 0.84 0.02 0.43 0.84 1903 0.63 0.89 0.3.'! 2.9.1 1.12 1.8S 8.SI 1.60 0.18 0.58 0.70 1901 0.50 O.dO 1.03 0.41 2.86 1.80 0.96- 0.52 0.85 0.03 0.36 1905 1.45 0.05 0.74 1.13 1.44 1.99 0.8.0 1.13 1.36 0.25 0.22 0.20 0.54 1.30 8.60 8.31 0.83 4.70 0.16 1.93 0.81 1907 1.52 0.30 0.34 1.08 3.61 1.43 2.30 3.24 0.05 0.14 0.32 1908 0.27 0.76 1.10 0.67 2.7S 7.64 0.41 0.89 0.75 1.16 0.-02 0.35 0.49 O.S8 ir.37 1.51 4.27 .0.62 1.98 :u.2l 0.49 0.40 0.53 0.54 mo 0.24 0.113 0.17 0.3S 0.79 0.53 0.08 1.07 2.0) 0.59 0.41 0.94 1911 0.70 0.5S 0.32 0.82 1.90 4.71 'J.27 3.63 4.16 0.57- 0.95 0.77 1913 O.M 0.40 0.44 0.20 O.M 1.73 1.41 LOT 'e.99 0.23 1913 0.30 0.30 0.42 (1.52 1.70 4.70 1.93 1.6S 0.60 0.36 0.00 1.65 6.98 1.12 0.54 0.29 2.48 0.93 3.68 1.07 2.17 .0.63 1913 0.50 0.94 0.22 0.01 3.03 3.-14 0.96 1.32 0.96 0.75 0.27 1916 1.09 0.90 0.46 3-. 77 3.B4 3.33 2.97 4.66 1.99 0.49 0.51 1917 0.73 0.27 0.10 1.D7 0.95 1.42 1.37 2.00 1.67 U.7i 0.00 1.13 1IU 0.13 0.58 9.75 O.S5 1.23 1.07 0.24 0.43 0.16 .75 .47 1.76 .66 t.M i.os 2.04 1.78 1.26 .55 4.37 1.S6 .40 2.59 .20 .05 .99 .OG .79 0.705 0.647 U.604 0.830 2.736 2.887 1.834 1.853 1.610 0.310 0.53S 0.5S2 I Year total 28.05 14.83 11.40 13.58 22.48 15.50 16.77 11.69. 7.95 21.32 13.21 14.17 16.52 17.27 24.57 11.93 7.QB 12.28 14.05 15.536 Lethbridge Northern Trustees Will Now Seek Further Aid From Ihe Province Today the day fir re- ceiving tenders for the tethbrrtja' Northern Irrigation district bonds. As was generally expected no ten. clers were 'received. There had been ii number of inquiries for the proipccHJS issued but it is evident Ihe bond houses wert not tempt- ed to bid under the existing con- i ditions. Irrigations are a new proposition on the Canadian mar- ket and the bond deniers hesitated abnut taking up the .issue, witnout a more substantial guarantee than had been offered. It is likely the trustees the dis- trict approach tho provincial government .and endenvoi- to secure the assistance necessary to enable the bonds to be disposed of. Tho govern- ment had taken the attitude that no further legislation couit'_be expected until an effort had been "matte to dis- pose of the bonils. This attempt has mot with failure and it is now hoped the legislature at its coming session introduce Ipyislation providing for a complete guarantee. If this is not done the prosupct for disposing of the bonds is exceedingly gloomy. There is still an opportunity of eeeurinj; financial co-operation from Ottawa and the advocates of irrigation development are anxious that the, pro- vincial authorities make approaches In that direction. City Practitioner Charged With Prescribing for Person When Not Required for Med- ical Treatment Firo completely destroyed, six build- Ings, resulting In a property loss esti- mated at in the small town of Arran, about 30 miles north of Kamsack, Sask. An important case in which a lo- cal medical practitioner is charged with prescribing morphine to a per- son not reciuiririg it for medical treat- ment, engaged the attention of Ma- gistra.te Irwin at the city police court, all Friday morning, and was adjourned afternoon. The charge in question related to the alleged giving of prescriptions of wuiqh, in addition to the one dealt with, there are aWen in number, to one Hussel! Wallis, a citizen of the United Spates, who ia at present wait- ing deportation, after completing a sentence of SO days in the Lethbridge jail passed on him by Magistrate Sanders, of Calgary, for being pos- session of 40 grains .of morphine. It is laid In relation to the Opium and Narcotic Drug Act. WJ.. S. 5Qray is prosecuting for tHe Dominion Depart- ment of Health, and the defendant is represented by C. F. Harris. Detective Sergeant Lobb, of the R.C.M.P., gave evidence in regard to interviewing the doctor as toathe pre- scriptions issued and to hia voluntar- ily giving him all the information he wanted. It was contended that the amounts of morphine in the original prescriptions were raised after the passing qf them from the hands of doctor. The however, in the hands of the counsel for the defence who saw no reason why they should be produced In court." An argument arose as to handing in all the prescriptions as exhibits in the case. Mr.; Harris contended that the charge only referred to one prescription. This was objected .to by -Air. Gray, who held that it was quite in order that all'should be banded in. This was sustained by the Magistrate. Clarence J. Hitter, druggist of Ray- mond, who gave his evidence on the protection of the Canada Evidence Act, on representation of Mr. Elton who holds ii brief in his interest, dc- .posed to Riling iu the prescriptions which were brought personally to him by Wallis. The prescriptions were ,f or 30 grains of morphine, which he de- scribed as being an alkaloid of opium, the same au morphia. They stated1 that the morphine was to be made up in thirty packets, each representing a but deference to the wisMs of -Wallis, he made out the prescription in bulk, as he said that he knew the amount of the dose to be taken. t Some argument arose as to the- sig- nature on the prescriptions, Mr. Har- ris stating that tho witness could not be certain that it belonged to the doc- tor in question in that he did not ness the signature. The witness, how- ever held that it was the signature of the doctor in that it was the same, as that on other prescriptions he filled in. He further gave as reason for his 'belief that the signature was the same as that which appeared on liquor pre- scriptions issued by the doctor, which was identified by the authorities in, Edm'onton as being" that of the doctor in question. In reply to counsel he stated that in every instance the man .Wallta had oalleij to get tne prescrip-! tlone filled, and if in the witness. 'etand 'Wallls that he had sent I one else on one or two occa- was not telling the truth. Mr. Frank Hedley, of the Hedley Drug store, gave evidence that, the signatures on the prescriptions -were .those of the doctor in question but he was doubtful as to this in the case of one. He had seen the rubber stamp used In the prescriptions in those is-' sued by doctor which he had tilled In. Talk of Board Administering Medical Contracts WitH Labor Unions TO CAPITAL Rush Trip to Opening of the Raymond School of Agriculture Will an effort be made by tho Work-1 Premier Stewart and three minis- nun's Compensation of -the ters of his cabinet arrived in the city province to terminate contracts made from the north at one o'clock today, between !abor unions and medical The premier and Hon. Duncan Mar- men for Jhe medical care of members, shall and Hon. A. J. McLean left at and bring such work within the once by car for Raymond to attend Prominent Calgary Musician Pays Flattering Tribute to Wesley Church Instru- 1 ment Dr. Rogers, wllo arrived in t! v city this morning from Calgary, to open the newly Installed pipe organ at Wesley church, expresses himself as highly delighted with the general en- semble of the instrument. "The echo is especially he said. "It is the most effective echo organ I have heard In years." The string tone registers have been delightfully voic- es and the reeds are particularly free from harshness. The diapasons which, of course, are1 the foundations of the instrument, possess a noble and dig- nified ton.e for which the builders are Justly celebrated. The pedal organ is very, complete and wonderfully ef- fective. The choir organ struct me with being unusually delicate. -The solo stops possess great beauty and clearness of speech. In the number of accessories, the ortan wHl be easy to manipulate aftd In this division nothing has been omitted, that could be of possible assistance to the play1 Dr. Rogers says the church might justly congratulate itself In possess- ing such a magnificent ins'.iument. The resources of the organ make it at once evident that Its use for divine service and concert work, will be en- tirely adequate to the -needs of this community. He says' he has the pleasure of presiding at one of the latest products of the factory at St. Hyacinths, but is charmed with several later features in this organ, especially in regard to the electric signals which in this organ is such a vast; improvement over the organ at which he -is accustomed to preside. As this Is the 350th instrument which Dr. Rogers has been called upon to open and examine, which Includes practically every make of organ on the American continent, Wesley church people prize more highly this opinion and believe tha't Wesley church .has installed the vary latest word in organ building. administration of the board itself? That question is now receiving ser- the opening of the Agricultural school, while Hon. C. R. Mitchell, provincial ious consideration from tho Work-1 treasurer, remained In tho city to meet men's Compensation flosrd, employers 1 the board of the LethbrMje and unions in the province and Ex- Northern to be present when the bids Aid. J. A. Kinney of Edmonton, the district's bond issue open- her of the board, is in the city today led. meeting employers and Premier Stewart Is returning from lives of unions in the office of M. j Johnson, mine inspector. At a meet- ing last miners' unions Raymond as soon as the official open- ing of the school is over to go north to Edmonton tonight for a conference were represented, while delegates of I Saturday. The other ministers will, it I the and Labor Council were is understood, go sorth, on the night present. There are three or four, unions in the city, including the min- ers, the civic employees and the brew- train. Quite a number of Lethbridgo peo- ple are going to Raymond, to attend i ery workers, who have contracts with the school openltfi and the public 'medical men for all medical care meeting tonight, members of the unions and their tarn- Hies, and it. is with these that Mr, AIRMAN DOING STUNTS 1 CRASH, TWO KILLED ARCADIA, Wia., Jan. Ray- mond Brandle of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Cadet E..C. Poole ot Wis., were instantly kiljed at an avia- tion Held here yesterday when an air- .plane in which they were doing I''stunts" crashed 'to the ground and .burned. v. UR. ROGERS gives the organ recital at Wes- ley church tonight. "Humoresque" !S COMING TO "THE PHOENIX" NEXT MONDAY. Reifaticns in Shoe Repair Prices MUTTON PERKINS BEG TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING REDUCED PRICES: Gents' shoes soled and heeled, leather or rubber heels......v......... Ladies' shoes soled and heeled, leather (R or rubber heels BEST OAK TAN ONLY. Elk or Chrome Soles, the best for rail- readers, for....................... PATCHES, RIPS, REBUILT HEELS EXTRA. 3 DOORS SOUTH OF COLONIAL THEATRE GENERAL MEETING OF THE LETHBRiDGE BRANCH, G.W.V.A. WILL BE HELD IN THE CLUB ROOMS ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 9TH AT 3.00 P.M. QUA.- farnflte LIVE WITHIN YOUR HEALTH tive within your health. It is certain you cannot live without it. Be watchful of your condi- tion. It is better to take' the step for strength than to neglect it and have to take many forced by sickness. Ii you arc n-eak in any bodily function it Is an indication of your need for chiropractic spinal adjustments. The spine is tho 'foundation of haalth, and to neglect it means that sooner or later you will hf. living without your health. NO CHAHCE Consultation is without charge or obligation. HVRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS, 305 Sherkck Block. Phonet 1477 anil 1441. Groceries Down Too Read this list of quality groceries at much lower prices. You alwayjj get dependable, first grade goods and best values at Kerr's. FANCY B. C. BRAND Wagners and Roman Beauties; larger sizes; good colors Exceptional value. C'Q Per box.......................... Navel Oranges and per dozen.....OU per dozen 35c Sweet Potatoes, -Ltbby'B, dry pack, superior to fresh Md45c per tin 25 BEACH, NEW SEASON'S AT PRE-WAR PRICES Strawbtrry and Black Currant, reg. on sale, per pail...... NO OLD STOCK. Dromedary Dates per package Tea, Chase Sar.borne, regular 90c; this week.. 27c Bar Sliced Pine- per ,tin Clark's Tomato Catsup 2 bottles tor 42c 75c STOCK Size 90-100, -I JT- 25-lb.Box per lb......AOL at n Uijby's Sweet Gerklns per iloscn Pickles, Crossc Blackwell's, Cnow Chow and Mixjd large bottled........... Kcnilet, tho milk of green sweet JA_ per tin .................4llC Lyle's Golden Syrup f AC- per tin 3OC Vinegar, Crosso Biackwell's English per bottle Sardines, finest Norwegian, "Seablrd'1 brand per tin uOC Fry's Concentrated Cocoa tin Lo wuey's Breakfast Co- coa, amalT tins, 2 for---- CJiHfc'a Potato Flour per package feUC Royal Orown Cleanser OC- 3 tins for Grape 2 packages for Shield Tea per pound Stove Brushes each.................. Canned Pears, fancy No. 2 siafl, per tin Dv CamplieU'a Soups, Vegetable, Pea, Celery and Tomato per tin Siaghetti, Van Camp'p .prepared, 2 tins for---- Canadian Boiled Dinner per tin 3 Ammonia Powder, Koyal Aftf Crown, 3 packages Cooking Molasses t! tins JJC Van Camp's Hominy per tin............... Currants, new dry clean- oil, 2 Ibs for DOC Pumpkin, Royal City, dry pac.k, per tin........... Dates, -Dromedary per package........... NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY. Geo. Kerr Co. FAMILY GROCERS. 1453 and 1365. Kinney is conferring especially. George Lucas, aged 70, provincial license inspector Cor Weit Lampion, dropped dead. P.O. BOX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5J> Building Third Avinue South BREAD Is your best food. GOLDEN KRUST Is your best Bread. Get It at our ahou at lOc PER LOAF Try our Buns well. You'll want more. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF-BAKING FIFTH STREET SOUTH ion in price of the most im- portant and already the cheapest of Beginning today, our prices for Crsam arc: Table Pints Half-pints......16c Whipping Quarts.........8Cc Pints..........40c Half-pints......20c Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE. PHONE Office and Plant, 1254 Eth A, South. Notice to Cream Producers JNTIL FURTHER NOTICE OUR PRICES FOR CREAM WILL BE: 55c for "Table" Cream 47c for "First" Grade 44c for "Second" Grade mm mmr, n BREAD FOR THE KIDDIES There's nothing 'more health- ful, more appetizing than good, Brttd. The beat food you, posilbly cam consume la good .Bread. And QUAKER BREAD if tht Bread. Not only do the kiddies enjoy it heartily, but each member of the family welcomes It at every meal. Buy QUAKER BREAD. John Gilmere of Quaker PHONE 371. From Every Viewpoint L i Kirkbysls Superior ft: You will thoroughly your meals here. Everything prepared IB the rery beat and Urn service in excellent. You will find Kirfcby's lunchei and afternoon teas both dainty and satisfying. Our tea rooms are homelike. When the folks are away you TIT ill not feel so lone- some if you get your meats here. Our entire menu. is rrell pre- pared and daintily served. The more you- know of the quality of. the materials we use and the e'.eai! linear of our bakeshop, tlie more you will enjoy your din- ners, afternoon toac lunches. We Sell Bread, Cakes and Pastries KIRKBY'S 60fl THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;