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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY TCT LETnBRrnfiE Air Currents Told Location Of The BaOoonists Toronto Meteorological! Experts Prepared Chart Showing Route Balloon Was Takinf TOfcONTO, Jail. flight of American naval balloon from New York to Jamev Bay has provided an interesting Illustration of the accur- acy with which meteorological eiperts can follow the course of the air cur- OB December 23, Sir 3U- Ifut. dliector of the nbserratory here, a chart to OtUwa which that If the balloon wu at a Mcbt of 150V tMt MM trlght would cross Jamas Bay alight kljr eui of Moow Factory at S o'clock (on the mornlnir of December 14. i This forecast of direction proved (correct to wttliln a few The between the estimated time and thc actual hoar of A HAPPY CHRISTMAS REUNION is accounted for fey fact Out ap- parently the balloon did not travel at the hypothetical height ot 1680 feet. The velocity of the air currenti differ greatly at varying The same ouiervation applies U the 'lirectlon of the wind and to tHfi fact Sir fteclerick all the mil- fortuiites of the TORONTO LAWYER CHAIRMAN OTTAWA, Jolm M. GodHrey ot Toronto, chair- man of the board of conciliation, which will tnveatlgata the be- twoeu tho management of the Cana- dian National Hallways and employ- ees of the system resulting from the "Hanna order" interviewed tho. mis later of labor this morning. Follow- ing the oonterence, the minirter stat- ed that there Tras nothing for publica- tion. It ia uaderttood tout regarding the powers of tho chairman and board wore discussed. Senator :Kobertaon stated that there would be no delay, now that the board plete, in starting the Reported killed. Major B. R. Mills arrived home two days before Xmas after being a prisoner .in JUisia (or six months. The first word of him came to a cable to h'a wife from ftinlind six weeks ago. The picture Major B. H. hta wife and family, Eileen and Honald, taken on the day of arrival In Winnipeg. TRADE BETWEEN FRANCE AND CANADA ARE BEGIN- NING TO INCREASE SAYS UNEMPLOYMENT IS "ENGINEERED PANIC' MONTREAL, Jan. trade re- MONTREAL, Jan. Complete dis- association from all present plans for the relief uf unemployment was the lallona fimnn and Caiada i keynote of the report which the exo- Aow a tendency 'to increase and that cutive of tlic trades and the French people are excellent cns- labor con- People's Forum CIVIC AFFAIRS INHor Herald: jonr kind pcrmiuio'i 1 will cenclade my letter on civic af- Ulri, of which appearod In tt Herald. yenri ago, thruugli the col- umn of the Hwald, I suggesieii that It would to the advantage ot the taiptyen of city. If tho public utilities were dlvposerl of. and Hender- sca park lemced to a private company or corporation, and an still o( this opinion I if the taxpayers will ghre tbe question ot public or private ownership public utilities some thought, they will come to tbe conclusion that the ownership of (lock certificates in prirato company operating public utll- Itlei, la more valuable and laving tho tax receipts for mon- ey paid on municipal owned public utilities. The cont of municipal owned utili- ties is financed by the city Issuing and selling Interest bearing bonds to the amount of thoir cost, those bonds mature in from 15 to 30 years from the date of iaaue, and stands at a lien or mortgage against all of the taxable property wlthm the boundaries of the AH tho woulil giv- ing ttlin tranmtuUiiil i.s a. hig doht. The peopled InUwsts would hn protected from ciorbllant charge! Cor Hrvtcti supplied, by the jirlcen balng fixed In the franchise, a protec- tion tber do not mcv A com pany would employ a trained man- i I itoold (elect him on account of hli ability, wkoae position would bo permanent It could inako naod, hi) WMlId a bl( In try- Ing to good. In this rospect, whic'u is of utntoit imuortanco, a com- pany would have a big ailvanugo over the city, who tu Hiect an amateur nianaxer. and by a majority vote of tho people, who are to mUtaice popularity for akllltr. the pogltlon not being permanent, BO incentive la held out to the manager to give it the at- tention iiecewary to make it a ccss from viewpoint of the tar- RULI YORK, Ing the tiMtetlng at Irlftftl tym- imthlMri here lut night, a young wowan, wko hler ei plalaM Uat WM a IMHlnr of tW rrlnms of Irtik Free- dom, WM from thv Uar- den by woman wha said Uat "frlMA" had uk- ed wbetbiT the Bftttfaig was called for tbe purpose of fur- theriag home role for Caaai'.a. DIME NOVEL, IKHOCBrff COMPAttBD Wflf I IB beliwce of tke .ifairi or city. Tour" truly. K make the utilities furnish as good or WINDSOR. Jan. r.-Entry of Aldar aws ST. CATHAfUNsM. OK. In i. il ill i III 111 BflHm rm bi three (eflrlnry for tempting to eitort yeunner companion to In m. I Judtjo Canpbvtl the moTliK utetmw ftr thM and similar wktefc CMM be- fore him. Reading- olil tine iakt (ho judge. wa tuto' the matter at MAKES MOTOR U now aatktag motor The trial at fnt one mauutactured here hewn moot successful. Because of the scarcity of KhDNEY PILLS it has been decided to turn mil plows monthly. ltX> MACDONALD Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Radtage Exceptional Bargain Giving at This January Clean-Up THE PRICE OF MEN'S CLOTHING IS DOWN ABOUT 10% FOR SPRING, BUTfcVEN AT THAT YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BUY SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT THE PRICES WE ARE OFFERING NOW. GET IN ON THESE REAL SAVINGS. jV, u MEN'S SUITS High-class tailored goods -at able prices. Suits.for Suits for....... Suits for........ Suite for....... OVERCOATS AT COST Is. wlut we .ire doing ROW. Coats for......: Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for EXTRA ONE ONLY, LADIES' COAT, size 38, in Navy Blue. Regular AA value. To go at SHEEP LINED COATS Short style, a well-made garment, good' i collar. Regular To go y t STANFIELD'S TWOrPIECE UNDERWEAR i Broken sizes, in ShirUi and Drawers. Regular ?4.00 garment. Td.go at, Ap .per garment----..... HUDSON iSEAL CAPS We have- these In two stylas. nice ercn fur. Regujar for Regular for PULLOVER SWEATERS All wool, with good rfcep collar, ami comhfnatinn nolors. Regular To go at. MACKINAWS I Good all wool fiualitioa, in jlcat pal.tcrnK I Regular Regular for j SHEEP LINED COATS 4 only, long coats, heavy. Berffonl card heavy fleece- Htjetpskhi lined. i price J3S.BO. "ft! go at, EXTRA All our FUR COATS, Black Dogskin and China Beaver, to go at ABSOLUTELY COST. UNION QUALITY SHIRTS AND DRAWERS AH slaes, good Regular garment. To go at, ?armont MEN'S ODD PANTS Genii liualitirs in nnd Hegnltfr price for Heidilar iirluo for Rf.'Kiilar pricn II2.00-- for MEN'S SHOES Our roinyluUj stock nT ".lust Wrf.nlH" ami Boiirl1' Shoes TO GO AT COST. CUSTOM TAILORED SUITS All (nir fancy ranging from AM to fu at, tfpn AA stilt .........'...........'r.....3IDU.OU FRED THAELL FIFTH STREET, SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1160. ;