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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THI LOCAL KIWI WHERE TW EXPECT IT I THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD nu HEBAura PAGE or UTC LOCAL NEW! SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, .LbTHBIUUtiE. PAGE SEVEN WiD See Premier About A Further Bond Guarantee Ixthbridge Northern Trustees Arranging For An Inter- view at Edmonton CHICKENS HATCHED ON NEW YEAR'S DAY perhaps a record Is the hatching of chickens that obtained by W. Tustain, of 19th St. N., who on New Year's Day had six batched, out of nine eggs. Tim pullets these are expected to sUrt laying on April Int. ANXIOOS FOR EARLY ACTION Mo timo is being lont by tho officials of the Lethbridse Northern district in arranging for the Eeii 'Btep in tno campaign looking to the construction of their acre irrigation sya- tem. At the Northern of- flees this morning Chairman Crofts of tho board ot trustees and S. J. Shepherd, solicitor, wero busy trying to maUe an appointment for early neit week to meet Premier Stewart and members of tho cab: ict in Edmonton. The object of -sending the delega- tion to'Edmonton is to place before Gazette Figures Show Wide Spread in Alberta- Mr. Shaw Tells Why Big Crowd To Be At Board of Trade Several From Outside Likely to Be in Attendance Arranged The full capacity of the Knox church hall Till be taxed to the ut- most for the annual meeting of the Board of Trade Monday evening. Many members, the nature of whose A SERIOUS CALAMITY Irrigation put proportion on the mar. mil no bldi at ill, which It not (urpriilng. The moral of that tag that without mme gov- immwtt. tacking or government guinirtM of kind, the Leth- aHtft Irrigation aeheme cannot be out. That would be oua calamity. of Cartston, H. S. Allen of Raymond, Chris. Jensen of Magrath. The two vice-chairmen of the Irrigation De- business their attendance at I velopment association, T. W. Crofts the weekly luncheons, will be present and John Powelson, will at this reunion. Tslkmg to Secretary talks, M well as O. E. S. WMteside HOBO this moraine the Herald learns of the International Coal t Coke Co Nominating Committee Recom- mend Two Vice-Presidents Instead of One as in Pant [the happy thought carao that thoro Bhouhl be two vice-presidents, and tho I other name that naturally suggested itself was that ct the present incum- bent, C. F. Jamleson, who, however, haa very strong views tlint the h mors sent from the city shortly for at. least Home wooks, and bo therefore was re- luctant to take up the duties. Finally and responsibilities should go round. Finally, however, he agieed to act for another year it tho members wished him to do so. In regard to the presi- dent's office, Mr. Marnoch expressed the same idea, saying that he had al- ready monopolized tho chair for all the seven years since the beginning of 1914, but his objection to allowing his name to go before the members again was overruled. :hat practically all the tickets have of Coleman, and A. R. McFadden and sold. Supper will be served promptly at Hugh Mackintosh of Macleod, these, it is expected tbat Sirloin Steak Leth- Cal- bridgc. gary. by the ladies ot the Women's M. D. Mills of Sundial, R. W. Rislnger Civic Club, with Mrs. W. H. Morris, i ot New and vice-pr-vident, and Miss neighbors, Ed- mon. secretary in charge, so the catering Roast the government the exact situation with regard to the, effort Friday eoli the bonds, to tell r-rcmler Stow- art that the guarantee provided last stewing session was unproductive of results. Veal Shoulder Rst. and to accept the Premier's offer Mutton, leg roast..' made on tbe floor of the house last Lamb leg roast winter to the effect that, if tho two leg'" year guarantee did not reSlilt in a Roast salo of the bonds at a satisfactory port, loin chops i figure, the trustees were to come back Salt mess pork to the government tor further aid. i Breakfast Bacon: With the legislature meeting two i Not sliced weeks from next Wednesday the) Sliced boa.rd of trustees is very anxious jjam, boiled! sliced the truet state of affairs be laid be- fore the government so that, if the jrovenmient bas a fur- 38 32 18 30 32 38 45 60 40 35 33 IS 15 30 40 45 55 65 40 ton. 30 25 25 18 15 18 30 30 50 65 40 .is in safe hands. The program will be as follows Confirm minutes of last .annual meet- annual report; Proposed by B. B. Mackay and R. W. Greig; Thanks to uuii _ retiring officers; Proposed by Andrew Williamson and G. W. Green; Report nfd of nominating committee; Presented number of our including John Hamilton, H. A. Suggitt, John McD. Davidson and Archie Mitchell will present their greetings. William Pe; L. H. Jelift of Raley froVby this The committee appointed by tho] Board of Trade to select a slate of i officers for 1D21 has spent a good deal of time in making a careful selection of names to be put before the annual meeting Monday evening. After full deliberation they hare prepared the following list ot recommendations which at any rate will form a basis for action by the members generally: P. Marnoch. F. Jamlescn and R. J. Dinning. S. ROM. Committee Chairmen Wholesale, R. W. Groig; Retail, chairman of Retail Merchants' Asso- ciation; Mining, L. G. E. Drewitt; Milling, Geo. W. Green; Lumber, P. Lund; Professional, R. A. Smith; to turn back. Southern Alberta is white for ium of 15, from G. Hyt of the Com. more determined than ever on irrisa- fresh pork average Iqwer than those could have been shipped to Chicago merclal Cafe. This was not his flrst _ Tne cneaper or Vancouver at 58 cents a pound at offence, as stated to the court by De- quoted as higher for 'bis thus netting the company tective Wallis. He has been in the- tion development, and a set-back like quoted for Lethbridge. we received yesterday isn't going to cuts of beef are quoted It will only make us the Lcthbridge, than for either of the a nice pront over and above the retail habit of thii practice and only saved rmined." northern cities. price paid here. previous prosecutions by nomeone stop us. more determ There are several courses the gov- ernment may pursue if the policy de- cided upon la to get behind the-de- velopment of Irrigation schemes in the south, may cipal and interest, and an effort then made to sell them on tbe open market. Or the provincial government bonds in their place to raise the south. The bonds of the district the oua itv ?SS rnoMcafl; money. such Or the province may make The Reason Why Seen by the Herald this Manager Shaw of the P..Burns Co. said the figures are misleading for the' of the meat specifically stated, and therefore the comparison 'as between Ities is not fair. "There 13 a great the grade ..of ac- from. One shop might quote round steak at 20 cents and another at 35. t v J uv auu at, ou. guarantee of the bonds asjBut the flrst 3nop m a t k would be acceptable to the Domm- from a.CBnner cow mlght be makln ion. and then go to Ottawa asking more o 6 g n ,1 Mh-n ho has Inymated he might be will- ing to do. Any one of these schemes through the whole gamul would bo board of government, Mr. Shaw thought, should more profit than the second selling round steak from a No. 1 prime steer. That's just the difference, and it runs ,t of cuts." The trustees so long as the money is. ob- tained at the very best possible rate of interest. The coming session at Edmonton therefore promises to' hold more of Interest to Southern Albertans inter- ested in irrigatiQn development than any session ever held. be careful in securing meat prices to state also the quality of meat. Turkeys for Instance Mr. Shaw also pointed out that dif- ferent conditions might prevail in dif- ferent districts according to the sea- son. For instance Lethbridge people bought their Christmas turkey at 50 i cents per pound, Calgary paid 60 to Willie Tanner, ten years old, was ,65 cents, while Vancouver paid 80. He' drowned in the River'Speed at Pres- claimed that every pound of turkey sold in Lethbridse this Christmas Mr. Shaw also nrged that more coming to Bla aid and paying the equitable prices for meat could bd flume he obtained by meaos of worth- cbarged if housekeepers would be con- le8" cheques. The magistrate took tent at times with the cheaper cuta, consideration the age ot the youth By calling 'everlastingly for steak they ln passing a lenient sentence. make Bteak a scarcity while the cheap- ._ er cuts from the same beef go a-beg-' A Catholic curate of Callan, Ireland, ging for buyers. This accounts for P. H. Delhunty, hag been sentenced to the great difference in the price be- two years at hard labor by a court tween, say, porterhouse, and stewing martial for possessing seditious liter- atoak. aturs and Reductions in Shoe Repair Prices BUTTON PERKINS BEG TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING REDUCED PRICES: Gents' shoes soled and heeled, leather or rubber Ladies' shoes soled and heeled, leather or rubber heels................. BEST OAK TAN ONLY. Elk or Chrome Soles, the best for rail- roaders, PATCHES, RIPS, REBUILT HEELS EXTRA. 3 DOORS SOUTH OF COLONIAL THEATRE ant Announcement Coombs Studios Leo M. Coombs announces the opening of k DEPARTMENT In connection with his studios, nader the suporvlstom Mr. Geoffrey Waddington Special attention and care-given to young beginners, and also to advanced pupils. CALL, PHONE, OR WRITE LEO M. COOMBS STUDIOS CORNER 3RD AVE. AND 12TH ST. SOUTH. PHONE 1814. Building "and Contracting, A. Smith- Real Estate, A. J. Blackburne; Agri- culture. W. H. Fairfleld; Rural Rela- tions, O. T. Lathrop; Finance, K. W Reikle; Freight Hates, J. B. Tnrney; Railways and Transportation, W. Shaw; Municipal and Civic Improve- ments, Alex. Johnston; Highways and J. W. McNIcol; Membership, H. W} Crawford; Industries, R. W. Greenway; New Enterprises and Pub- licity, A. G. Baalim; Entertainment, Jess Harris; Educational, J. B. Hodc- son. Arbitration H. Becker, A, Williamson, C. S. Farrow, W. H. Fair, field, G. W. Green, J. D. Higlnbotham, B. B. Boyt, L. Keel, C. H. St. John, H. MacBeth, G. R. Marnoch, R, J. K. Patterson. There Is sure to bo important work ahead of the board this year, and on that account the committee debated for some time as to the best arrange- Man Claimed it Wasnt But Analysis Proved Other- wise At the A. P. p. court Mike Ontko was remanded for eight days on the charge of unlawfully entering Canada. The charge' against Pete Vaselenak for be'.r.g in unlawful possession of firearms, a shot guu and'rifle, was also remanded for tbe same period. John Perrie was found guilty on two charges of infracting the Liquor Act and was lined 150, with costs, in the case of one, and with costs. the other. In default of payment one month in prison was tacked on each count. The accused not hav- ing the money, went to Jail, In the case the defendant contended, when was flrst charged, that the beer le had was not intoxicating, and de- nanded that it should be sent up to Edmonton for analysis. The analysis proved that it contained 7.79 per cent. of alcohol. In a wage case against H. G. Hal- am, ot Coaldale, Murphy Donelly was allowed his claim of J316. 'it was rats- id in court that the affairs of tho de- cut out for this post, af he has been very Wonely In touch with the work of the board on irrigation. It appears, however, that Mr. Dinning may be ab Barker, hrjw- ever, refused to consider this, in that the assignment was made on January 3rd, whereas the wages became due on December 31st. Qlock SiackwafJ, Rheumatism Cause Is One Easily Removed Painful passage ot uric acid through the tiny veins and capillaries of the body warns yon of rheumatism- Tha formation of urio acid in the blood ia due to faulty action of tha liver aud kidneys. in changing food and water so that it may be takea up blood. GENERAL MEETING OF THE LCTHBRIDGE BRANCH, G.W.V.A. WILL BE HELD IN THE CLUB ROOMS ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 9TH AT 3.00 P.M. Notice to Our Customers Owing to the fact that we have reduced our buying price on cream, we are pleased to announce a like reduction to our customers. Until further notice our prices will be: TABLE -t r 30c 60c 20c 40c 80c YOURS FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE. CRYSTAL DAIRY Limited PHONE 1576. ABLE Pint...........'...... TABLE Quart............... WHIPPING pint................ WHIPPING WHIPPING Quart............... The liver and which filter and purify water and food, and perform other Important operations in the separation of nourishment from depend upon the nerves for life and activity. Normal nerve supply to the liver and kidneys means normal and healthful, preparation of food and water for the blood stream, The canse of rheumatism la nerve Interference. The carry- ing power of the nerves is di- minished and the health of the liver and kidneys reduced by boay the snine. Tula is the history of hundreds of cases succesflfully corrected by adjustment ot -the offending joints of tha backbone by skill- ed chiropractors. The nervua with the pressure, removed act normally and health is the in' evltable result. NO CHARGE Consultation without charge or obligation, HYFHJM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 209 Sherlock Block Phomi 1U77 and 1441. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS THE FOLLOWING LOWER PINCHED JERVES, IMPOSSIBLE TO FURNISH 'ROPER IMPULSES (LIFE AND HEALTH) TGTntiROR6ANS AND TISSUES Thirty-Seven Unoccupied Build ings Could' Ba Profitably Made Fit For Habitation According to Commissioner M the building permits issued in tin year just passed, amounting to< 1252, 090, were the largest for any since the war. The average cost o the dwellings erected during tha yeu each. A survey of the city thorn 1M bdildings of all kinds unused and nn occupied, and of these It is considered 37 could profitably be made fit foi habitation. The amendment to by-laws, in? it compulsory to onuin a permit and to pay taxes before the removal of buildings, has already resulted ui the collection of over flDO in Uues. Over 40 sewer connection! have had to be repaired and renewed dnrinj the past year through tree roota block- ing the sewers. Forty four water wrviees had to be renewed. galvinrteii sen-icea which havg been eaten and corroded by the alkali, etc., in the soil. The length ot hai averaged about 10 years. P. O. BOX MO PHONE Mil Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS. Bus! mess ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 54 Acadla Building Third Avenue Soutft BUNS Our Buna are all made from specially prepared formulas which we control. These formu- lae are not obtainable by anyone else. WE ARE NOW MAK- ING PORK PIES GIVE US A TRIAL OUR BREAD remains fresh longer than any other. Superior the lOc Per Loaf. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH A in price of the most im- portant and already the cheapest of Beginning today, our prices for Cream are: Table Quarts..... Pints...... Half-pints ..60c 30c 16c Whipping Cream- Quarts .'........80c Pints..........40c Half-pints......20c Chief Monnta'n Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONB IMi Office and Plant 12M Mi A, South. ;