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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Hcraia'. Page of Live Local SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920 t SECOND SECTION LETHBfilDGE. ALfll'fiTA. SECOND SECTION GE SEVK.S TO HI CONVENT Mother Found Guilty of Being Intoxicated in a Public Place Fined, Abo Tie seamy side ot life was Terr anucu In evidence in tho provincial jwliee court ID the story attached to the Brodle block, Ti'hcra, a conec- ot a vlait paid by Detectives 'Pat Bagen and Crerar. of the A.P.P., Mrs. Berllia Chapman appeared on the ot. being Intoxicated lu a pub- lic and Walter Pattenon for permitting drunkenness on bis prem have a to wltnees double-header. The bleacher Mati ire In place fane can be accommo- dated. There should be an over- flow crowd aa the xnlor game Is the opener of the big carnival week which start! with bang on Monday when Taylors and Veter- ans meet. On Tuesday nljht Tiber opens the district league season here. On Wednesday night Coal- hurst and Mountlei will tangle, while on Thursday night the Plncher Creek xxtet will visit. Tut these dates down and attend every game. The weather man slightly colder weather for Sunday and next week, so there should nothing to inter- fere with the greatest hockey week Lethbridge has ever exper- at'the Sunday service will -he a feature of the Forward Movement Campaign ns far as "Wesley church is. concerned until the canipalgu closes at ESster. for Defence Makes New Contentions The docket is so heavy In the pro- vlnclnl pollco' court that- Magistrate Hiirrell has been working overtime. Tho court sat on Friday evening up to 10.30 p.m.'to endeavor to dispose of the business. The fake prescrip- tion caso engaged tho attention of the court tip to that time, and was only temporarily decided, In tha re- time, mand made on Saturday morning of the accused, Fredcriclison, to Wednes- day morning next. Defendant, was allowed a renewal of the ball he is under, himself tor.J1000 aud two sureties of each. A little consternation was created In .court by the'disappearance .of the prescription alleged to have been fak- ed, but a diligent search It was forthcoming, having got hidden am- ongst tome other papers. Dr. gave evidence repud- iating tho signature on the prescrip- tion Ho ntd there -was no other Dr. Love ring !n tha prov- ince, nor In Canada, and not ID the World, CoimMl'i On the re-opening of court on Sat- urday morning, Mr. Henidry, counsel for argued that there was no charge against the accused In that thers wu no forgery of signature ac- cording- to 466 of tha crim- inal code, as forgery Implied that the docomwt.-WM signed by tia party to It with tho knowledge that It was false, aai.lhat with tho signature there, was prejudice to somebody. Ho contended there was no prejudice to I Dr. Covering In his namo being signed I by somebody olso. Counsel further argued that, according to section 1002, the evidence of a single witness in a cue needed corroboratlon on ma- terial points and Ihire was no other Trltneis called lo corroborate the ilatenients of the Jap to whom the prescription was sold. The Magistrate said that he would consider the points raised by counsel. WAREHOUSE PRIVILEGES I FOR LIQUOR WITHDRAWN next by Rev. C. n CragK. who will try to lay down a wprkablo solution of the problem. Mr. Cragg is doing this at the urgent request of a num- ber of laymen, who are of tho opin- ion apparently that the question of tithing is present day topic, and oiw that requires to be dealt at this And because fliers are so miny di- vergent opinions on this matter, and because of the imposstollily of free discussion at an ordinary Sunday service, the same topic will he dealt with by a layman at a public meet- ing in Wesley halt on -Wednesday evening a free disease Ion by the meeting at large will be jnvlt- ed, and who cares to do so may express opinion. The same procedure, i.e., a mid-week discussion dealt with 1920 DIARIES CALENDAR PADS SYNOPTICS LEDGER, JOURNAL AND DAY BOOKS, ACCOUNT PAPER, ALL RULINGS CARBON PAPER Your Filled at THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE Ave. Prtons 6T3 Lojk! Stop! See! KIRKBY'S Specials for Saturday STRAIGHT FROM CALIFORNIA. Thin skinned, Juicy, and very sweet. Come early and get them while they last. 40c, 50c, 55c, 60c, 65c a dozen CAN BE BOUGHT IN CASE LOTS M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET If Ton desire service, quality and satisfaction In meats open your account with us for 1920. Delivery to any part of tho !lty. All phone orders given personal attention. 1t10 6th Avenue South Phone 796 WINNIPEG, Jan. customs ofdce Is boliig; hesleged by representa- tives of Kontiicky distilleries and American liquor ilnns vcho wish to snip liquor Into Canada htfore Jan- asry 16, when the United States pro- hlhition of export lakes effect. To itieot the situation legos (or Ihls month have been with. We Own All Bottles CARLYLE DAIRY CRYSTAL DAIRY UNION MILK CO. FELGER DAIRY COX DAIRY COW BUTTER DAIRY LAYCOCK DAIRY KINDLY RETURN THEM AT ONCE Crystal'Dairy Limited Our Future Display eTeiytSIng; in the linn tor everyday use. There are dainty lightg for the dinner (able, splendid reading lamps, and a wide Tariety of. lights f o? hall, living room and bedrooms. Bach future of especial de- sign and has an Individuality which adds tone to the homo. Come and we the exhibit and It will surprise you for how Httlc much beauty can be obtained here. Shipment Just Arrived With something new Jn TABLE AND BOUDOIR LAMPS with Silk Shades and Mahogany Stands, and a very nice assortment of SILK HAND PAINTED SHADES in the latest designs. Electric Co. FIFTH S.-OPP08ITE COLONIAL THEATRt; Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS arid FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A.rWYMAN CO IN HIOIS, PELTS AND PHONE 442 ADDRESS: STREET 8. P.O. BOX 5 F JUmmillLLUr mOFCJtDA Head of L. A. A. A. Chosen On National Others Named lenced. TORONTO, Jan. for tho Amateur Athletic Unlou of Canada have been appointed by Pres- ident D. Bruce and Include the following westerners: Championship committee Brif.- H. F. Macdonald, B.B.O., C.SI.d, chairman, Calgarj'I Arthur Manson, Victoria; F. B. Detts, Saskatoon. National registration C.'C, Rohinsori, chairman, Wlncipec; David Vancouver; Joseph Drls- coll, Edmonton; R. Anderson, Sas- katoon. Records O'Sulllvan. Victoria; George D. McMillan, Reglna; J. Chown, Calgary. Affiliations and alliances committee Malcolmson, New Westminster; James B. Armstrong, Retina; Captain A. B. P. Coo, M.C., Winnipeg; Judge J. A. Jackson, Lethbridge. KERR'S DAILY STORE NEWS Codfish, boneless in C'C_. California Black Firs, OP slabs, 3 lus. for ODC per Ib................ JwC Pilchards, halts, per t p. tin.................. IOC Buckwheat Flour, Alber's self- rising, carton, each 3UC Apricots, Gold Bar, psr tin Marmalade, Baman's Pineapple, pound pails, each 1.U5 CARNATION TALL SIZE 2 for 35c Per dozen Pendry'g Pearl Castile' twins bars, 3 for.................. Mennen's Cream' Beriti- frice, a tubes Florida Grape Fruit, .'-.Turkish Figs; per Ib. Fancy "Table Malagas, per bunch.. Glilraddcllts' Sweet ,Chocolate, "A meal in a minute." Per tin .Comb Honey, per comb Soap, 25c 65c 25c 50c m Ground 45c 50c 1.65 lie Succotash, new season's, 4 p 2 45C Peanut Butter, ,5 !b. tins............... Pork and Beans, Clark's, No., 1 size, each St. Charles 3 tins Tartan '.f: brand, 2 for Shoe Polish, 2-In-l.. Spc- cial, 2 tins for....... Floor Wrix, Johnston's and Old English, per: tin Tea, Royal Shield, old price, per Ib......'___ 25. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 UNDENOMINATIONAL Y.M.C.A. AUDITORIUM .11 at 3 P.M. A. G. VIRTUE SUBJECT- The Challenge of the Coliseum "DOES THE MARTYR 3PIRIT EXIST Good Singing. Open Discussion. Ladles Invited. You tan be asiured of an Interesting hour. Come and spend it with us. NOW IS THE TIME ,r Before the Big Rush Commences To Have That Room Papered or Kalsomined For this week only we are selling Muresco, the best kalsomme on the market for 65c per packet, instead of the usual )0c. BIG REDUCTIONS IN WALL PAPER Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING. ;