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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ItH THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD un uocti NKWB JANUARY 10, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN Great Tlroags At ff sky Chord ftr OrgmOptMig Special Mddc NEW PIPE ORGAN ill.., WAS MEDICATED 1 Greet attended UM dtdicat- cry .In connection tflth tin new tiff orgei it otf Sunday niftit law crowd tint in tfi ehnrch. teat OMtfeied, id ditloial (cattail about aodltotteaL uld ret bun dred hid Music, u inlgbt be ttpected, held the fonMtti In tke Dr. Xogen, agali praelded at the organ end- K anything excelled the repti- ution made at tht recital on Fri- day night. greet oi the organ coaM not have toco betWr dlt- ptiyod than 1> Sabbath prograiB. TIM ooaijrwptttoM dellifaUd again the Mgnttoeet of Mr Horace iUrnoKi. No to 7wn ku tack ponler place in ilri. H. if. John. SOB uanal iru In fine voice and rendered aefectioM perfectly. the choir, UBdtr letter, Mr. LajrtSn, euetted Hatlf, both morn- ing and .ipvmfcit. were over forty voice! It both At morning wrrlot W. A. Smith. .of Calory, inihMBt of the who WM tlia for the oib: cation. mile "Music and Iti Ml subject. At thia alto the organ wai formally dedicated by the president, aaalited by the paster, RST. C. E. now organ hae been InataUed aa memorial to the men served and fell In the great war, and tablets, with suitable ihicriptions, are to be 'placed upon the organ at ah early and. these will be Unveiled with appropriate ceremony during the month of February, The (vetting Stcvlce At the terrfce then waa unprecedented attendance, hun- dreds of people llulnp the heck ot tho church attar every available pelt In toe main body and gallery had been Rev. W. A. Smith of Calgary, Rev. W. Buchanan and Rev, C. V. Cragg presided, with .Dr. Frederic Borers at the organ, aid B. P. Lutok te'ckotr the argan "too Ma- and toltowtag tke by Rev. C. E. Craig and leriptttfe raading by Rev. Bmith, Mrs. H. H. Johaaon gavo a vary- artistic of "Abidin With and Mr. Horace of Calgary a very tetlmg iDtereititatlon of the Oatas of the Temple." V This waa followed by by Rev. V. Buchanan. IT. Smith .preceded kla u by congratulating the pi re- Bmttk. eobehtdlng wttk a hope that through tke of love .very heart might ttra (a tho living sitkem, "t Sing of Thr wai given by choir, and the duet, by M. H. aid Mr. 1. oMa Rev Oruf toM ol ttjmdle rtapoase toward! gan by various waV1" cttal and w! ber remained (or alien, when Dr. Mm ttaeattd SalWuieb Mr. IMV, by ipeclal grten were: (Ikr Jokf "Intermezzo" in F" RKMIf CHANOC CHINAMAN At tke eellee eeurt en Hi i laid ky of tke ef t, C- of thr Y.J, whtfti J. C. IM In cMeat It tar tin NEW YORK AND PHOHItlTION Editor Herald: Jortnnati Social Service League to have a man who tt firiithted and as Mr. Hull, itf secretary, who, aVldehtly, not being able to obtain satisfactory inlormatlon, fa-voribU from Canadian pellcp to prohibition deVartrnpata, j Hun and the Ni a Ittter of laqalry to New York police (leotrtmrnt, aad received a re- ply, a letter and Arnvm. wkleh pur- pom to show tkat orttie hu dacreas- In that city for a certain period. Mr. Hull interprets report far aa, to be favorable to prokjbttlon, tut the New York police cmunlaifoner make! It plain ,in hit fetter that It IB duo to tha efficiency, of the depart- ment of which >e la lead. The betwien Mr. a York police com- tbisaiontr appeared In Jan. vfh of the UthbVldte Haraid, together with .a letter from kfr. Hull !ng tho report, aad ing on the favorable eftcts bt pro- aibltlpn In Alberta. .It Mr. Hull had ,.to liWajr have re- a more fainMlW on Ufcl he re- celred from Mew Tort. No Mention of the inalgnlncaaee of thore Delia: extra pelletmtn added to the New York terce recently, hut it should ke aa being favovible to prohleHlon. rn ktr Hall't letter that such IMIdtnU aa LED UNO; Charges It Injarcd Cultivation Kltnball Farmer is Seeking Damalire.s he to advance of God in the commeiilty, at on to speak of thtj 6t life, of which there Is jter than, 'the chance that to man thrbiigh a vlalon of Ood! _ _ of. an Edmeoton policeman, or the akeottag; of'two Winnipeg no- llcenen tfonM mot be featnred ty the ajefttpapm. attributable to prohibition. He alto motions that sentl- of tie people oC are stfeogly In (aver of prohibition, and whin bone-dry prohibition is an- Bounced, that It will decrease i great tald UM tpeak-lta AlUrU another U If that of the coraidg of Jeeiia I the aentlmtht of tha people of Al- Oatltt Into the world, the aoa ,ot God is ttrongly la favor of prohiW- man. Man dftaBalrlng and tlon. their teaUmomt and actions an no human hand lift hhn darhaen: It needed the power of Qod to bring hfct) Another atytUrr that human U tkat of light, tha speaker going fn taglje eiamplei of the power of the light from the rieoiwlty for all In our own being a itill ir mislery. It is to Mrtk and growth ot tiny cllld. Tlie of God in Jtsue Christ is the greatest mystery of all. lie power ot spiritual ii the m which we can, hold fellofihlp with the unseen, baffling all human powers of aciance. Out which we hold In our own ot God. There are maey wpndjrtul thlngi aboot ability ol rrilnd to to tee, to tha ability ft body to turn Into .mental energy and thotgnt. much more wonderful Uun la the changing ot a sinful nun who had atnaea1 ageinist God Into a worahlpptr and follower, aa in the case of This Ia the greaieit when man Beta a vlilop of Ood and a lifq. of darkness, Impority and ia changed Into a filled with lofty "All the are liter-dependent upon each said the ipeaker. Each world swings on orbit, re- strained in place by ike pulling power of other worlds. an object lesson of the great dependence of this world upon btaven and war Ood lookB upon this world and aeeki to bring It bjtck. It itrakge, then, that Ood shputd tend an mlu- cnce out to ike world through This la why priach Jesus and tell to all mankind the, way to ual ration. an absolute failure. Man oan saver be lifted higher.till aoclaliim has turned upside dpwri and inilde out and ttlled with the lovp of the Son ot Ood. Then la no power on earth can live socldy and regen- erate pit. world nave tfco teaching aM nreacltjag pf the word of Ood manlfeit In the ot Okrkrt. Theft are wily two of in world, atlHtuilly Ml, not together, thtfr actions towards prohibition indicate that they reeliae they were duped In- to endowing It, and PB tkll account, do not feel, mprallj obligated to com- crime another llVlag Mr. Ha hl.bttlOB par cent In Jl I lift about fact, which will Justify di wttk tke police tone entirely, tt dlflcvlt to the ef "i through ballot, en any HoestioB, when and metkodi are uied to de- nd mllleld inch aa have been uaed by the. proWWtlonliti in their It would net be diflcult to Imagine the BstHaient of the peo- ple, or, the kind of reipect they will have for prohibition, who were induced to vett on the re- cent Hutt plehlMite, by be ng de- celvtd tod laiiead br da uaed by Li-aruc, iMh tpteartd in their ad. in the Lelhbridge Herald dnHng the cam- which "Vote, control of the Migaor traflc under our own provin- cial gomHant, have-ottr own ven- twly handle aft IntVlcenU, penitof pure llduor In i" at fair _T ____ tkat the people who MlinVid and favored the itaUment In tali ad. and' voted accordingly, had any reason to believe tkat were voting for bone dry prohibition? It U saft to aafdne thtt when saan deception wai used publlrly, that, methods Uted by the people who canvassed tha eleotafil to, privately, were fully as dlihetest M deceptiva. Mr. Hall tad co-pronlpltlon aiio- are jlBdlcg it dUBcalt to con- tland to deceive, people, by artful- ly jolptlng pot to tklci the vlalonary of but it the will turn to other they will not have to retort to inch ractioas, nor seod to New Tork, to point oat the rniirtere. tragadlei and gen eral outlawry that have followed the wake ot prohibition since Iti adop- tion In Canada, tbeae people being raaponilble for Iti adoption, must be accredited wtth Its retnlti. Tours truly, JI. OALVIN. i. A local Irrigation dispute engaged the attention of Judge Jackson at tke llttingi ot the UUtrict Court held at Carditon on Thursday and Friday hut week. In action of Ony Wjl- tdi vi Robert V, Vatll, tke plalntlf. 4s a farmer ot Klmball, raed the defendant, who owns the northwest quarter of section tp 1, ;jje H, W. ot the 4th MerWIas, for damages to the amount ot f250, and special damages lor allowing water from a lake to on hli land, so flooding it an to spoil cultivation and making access to a part, of his land impossible owing to a deep channel that had been cut. He also applied tor an injunction to abate the prac- tice. Plaintiff alleged that, on or about October nil, and on sundry times after, the defendant, by hirrtiolf, hit and aggnti, constructed a drain upon the lands mentioned, whereby waters of a certain lake have been directed and caused to flow over his land. By action-Of such drainage the waters which overflowed on the plaintiff's land rendered a large.area prepared for crop Impossible of cul- tivation, and the depth of the chan- nel denied the plaintiff access to tke land. Defendant denied 'that the land of tke plaintiff wai damaged by the' overflow of water and that the chan- nel made cat off access to it. Ai u raunterclalm he urged that plaintiff ltd.placed a drain, without the aanc- :lon. of the Department of Irrigation, it the northeast end of the large lake, seated on tlie west half of section ,tp a, rge i, W. of tho Ilk Merj, and by eo doing impounded the wafer which should uiualiy flow on the land of the defendant. Ai the rtanlt of this he claimed that, a largo meadow which usually yielded a food crop of hay was spoilt for tho year 1IM. For thia he counterclalmed In the sum of Defendant further aUeged that a d6g owned by the .plain- tif had killed a valuable Lincoln buck ram belonging ttf htm, for which Be claimed the ium of He alto laged that during the winter of 1418 a sow owned by plaintiff came on to his Ijmd and dNtroyed feed to tht vajue'ot Again he claimed emn of owhg hint by the plaintiff fer the lervlce of a boll to hli cowl. In all he. countarclaimed for M'2. Hli Honor rssefved judgment. W. Laurie for the plaintiff, with tervica by A. B. Hogg. Z. W. Jacobs, with service by D. H. Elton, for tke defendant. Contract IMC as llqttldltad femagen His Judgment. W Uurle for the plalntiS, with A. B. tlogg. o. H, on for the defendants. of In Hi" avtt of John Ibey, merchant of Oardiittm, va Ibey, un agent vlth his usuil place or Elude Talier the plal.Btlf claimed the sum oi for merchandise sold .-rat! do- llvarad to deferdant fron, Nuvom to Novwnlwr Tho claim waa denied by tks defendant. Ilia Honor reserved judgment. Stth H. IMM and J. Vatelenak for plalntlt, and H. Osllund for the dehndaat. In the debt casei; judgment lor tha plalntlR wan givmi In Ellison vt Olaon and Hilton va Ihjce. ID Elllsoa TS Woolf tho action was Went Through Ice AT Henderson Lake Rescue of Was Mmde By Johnny MtNabb A plucky rescue was made at the Henderson Lake by Johnny McKabb son of Donald McN'abb, in getting hit chum, Lester Hadocstrom out of the water, when ice broke while was skating not far from the Aquatic Club. Vftth gnat presence ot mint ke went put to him, getting hold ol htm as be came up In Hie water and pulling him into safety. The accident took place about tight in the even- Reid of Commerce, who had his auto- skatlsg. Amongst them was Mr Rei dot Commerce, who had his auto- mobile with htm. In this young Hed- ehitrom was placed and rjrlied to his home. Though feeling a little shaky he Is none worse from hla meralon' in the icy watqrl Coal Mines Are orces Reduction of forces !n the coal mlnas-all the way along the Crow ara going into effect these days.. The: Oalt it cutting production itarttug to- day. Several of the big mlnei are on part time. However the situation in the mines of thia district is not so bad ai at Drumkaller where there ara practically no orders. Manv of the miners of the Leth- bridge Stld will kept on at de- velopment work, as for the past 18 months there hai been little chance to andertake anything bat active min log owing to the heavy demand. ATTACKED GUEST WITH BEER GLASS Coleman Is determined to stay on the map, one way or mother. The iatett is %n assault arising out of a "party'' given on Friday night by Steve Ken da to which Mike Orllck invited. It seems that the party tractor of Cardston. and the defend- broke up in disorder when Kanda antn the owaera of a store. It to have attacked .his guest claimed by the plaintiff that he COT- i with the liutt end of a beer glass, cut- with tbe to build, tmg him about the eye. The wound a second storey on the ttore, and, in [required 22 stitches. Dr. Field attend- The of John U Larien Vf. Atkins and Co. ana Fred Rick Walter Atkins was one over a dlipnt- ed ccniract. The plaintiff, IB a con tweetf the parties. Thijao additional addition, did furthtr work not speci- fied In the contract bnt agreed to be- worka comprised tke putting In o.f copper hara and plate glan.and addl- tteual repairs. The sum ot had paid by tht defendants, ami plaintiff wai inlng for the bal- ance The ptalntlff stated that WMI "rising to go into arbitration aa tri the dliputed, but that the defsndants refnsed and still refu'ie to name an arbitrator. On tke part of the defendants It waa cdntradcd any extra work was dole it waa without tkeir authorUa- tlon; tkat platntlf had {failed and neg- lected to complete the contract, and by an doing tht defendantt were ob- liged to go on with It. They, there- fore, jrounterclalmed for J2SS.80 and pack- i claim- QUAKER BREAD Jobn Gi'mtre Ltd. Bakera of Quaker Bread. PHONE 171. The preliminarj Hearing wjll take place Monday evening at Cole- man, Magistrate Gresham presiding. 0. BOX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 64 Acadla Building Third Avenue South BUNS Our Buns are all made from specially prepared formulae which we control. These forma- lap 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 SY3TEM OF BAKING 407 FIFTH tOUTH PREMO STEWART IS DISPOSED Nvrthera ITnaMc to Ammft ing A SERIOUS CALAMITY The Lethtaritfyt lirttAtian petal! put their propotKlen on the mar- kut and ne at all, which not entirely "mrprltinj. The moral of thet It, tlwt wlttwirt aov- backing or tjevernment juaraMw of tome kind, the Lttd- bridle Irrlfatlan Hlieme cannet out. L Ttiat be a Mr- Albtrtin. ANTICIfATK THE FULL GUARANTEE It la not surprisiic that no bids B.OFT.ANNUAL All Tickets For Dinner DispoMi) Coming All the tickets for the dinner ceding the annual meeting of Board of at S.30 Mondav ing In Knot church biFuuier.l tiavi been sold lat? comers will nr were received for the bond isiue of to attend until attei tho the Lethbrldsv Northern irrigation dUtrict. These wets 30-yee.r, 7 per tent. bonds, which bad beeo guaranteed by the, Alberta government for only two years. That they would prove at- tractive to buyerg on these terms was But expected. The bond houses pro- bably figured that if they waited for a while they would get the iatue on Is over, it was announced board's offices thin morning. at DM However, Word comet from Edmonton that Premier Stewart Ia IndiapOKd follow- ing his arrival at the capital after at- tending tho opening of the achoo! of agriculture at Raymond. The result Is that the interview which the bowd of trustees ot the Lethbrldge North- ern are endeavoring to arrange with the premier and members of hii cab- inet will likely be delayed. It was stated at the district's offlcjs morning that a letter had been dis- patched to the premier asking that a date be let when a delegation Bight on the place their position before them. ITUUIU iuw IMUB on i Meanwhile Trustee George Chew U the batic ot a full-time guarantee. annnal meeting this year has departed in Portland endeavoring to i It it known that if the provincial custom of the past few yean, in order to accommodate 113 many possible for tho meeting and speeches which will follow the' banquet, a arrangement of seating had been pro Tided for. It Is etpeeted that there will be sav, eral speakers of note following tlH banquet and election of officers. private .offers for the bonds, it is un-1 government requests the Dominion derstood. It Is possible that con- admlnlatratiou for financial aialst- tractor may be Interested m the an j ante in this project the Ottawa dertaklng on the basis of accepting anthorttlw will moit likely grant it the bonds to do the work, hut this Is j In form of guarantees. Set not seriously considered by thote in touch with the situation as there Is mnch doubt as to whether the pror racial government, would the board to entertain, such a proposition. Rotariau Heard Tales of Old Days Rotariani today got some first hand experience of tha early days. One of the items of the entertainment was the introduction by R. R. Uavldaon ot Harry Bentley. who told some of Ms choicest and hertofore nnrevealed of the time when Leth- waa joat Iwgihnlng. :he moat appeaUng was hia account of the first election ever In the city. He also told of the bone owned After coming to LethbriOgt. Sandwlcked in between o( Mr. Bentley'i approved parlor stories, told u only be can tall Host of the buiteeM of tanion ioday had to do with tba coming con- feregce at Fort William. Three admitted, John Torrance, Allan and J. H. Rivera. A strict mjuncUou from the latter tQ the members of the club was that they were to refrain calling him .John Henry. from From Cleveland comes a story that a mother was driven to withdraw her daughter from a public school, ai alleges her daughter was ostracized because she wore cotton Blockings. far, Premier Stewart has refused to consider thia course. He may con- tinue to .refuse, but in that he can hardly decline to assume greater responsibility himself. He, baa al- ready admitted the aoondnesi of the appeal by acceding to a guarantee and that amount of assis- tance having proved unavailing he may now go a step farther. The Premier bai stated that the government will announce its com- plete irrigation policy at the coming aettlon. Tilt It a tubjeet of inch innmnte Importance to the province that Mr. Stewart's statement win he awaited wltfe keen aoxfety. it la not exaggeration to say that a bold and aggrwalTe Irrigation njrttey will instin new Mo and confidence into large' nerttons of tho Herald. Wheat Is Moving Up ward in Price who held wheat are coming into their they look at the and they think they are. May wheat "hit the 11.97 mark today with confident predic- tions that it would go to for this wetk. and would go itill higher be- fore, iprtng. Local wagon priest are 11.87 per trathtl today. This Ii 25 from the low point at 11.42 tome weeks ago when May wheat wai telling at The movtmant of wheat from the a few minutes. and ah oiTort will be made to iniplre the members to greater things for the enralng year by having number ol outside speakers tell the membern gome things about the needs o! tke south from their standpoint. Vltltort who have accepted eral Invitation of the board tead and ray a few a gen- to at.- 3. Powelson, Raymond, H. Mackintosh; Macleod; L. Peterson, Barcwell; Wm. Pearce, Calgary; A. R. McFadden ot Macleod) John Hamilton, M. D. Mills, Iron Springs; H. W. Rh- inger. New Dayton; R. A.. Coaldale; T. V.'. Crofts, Commerco; Jas. CoiTey, C. 'P. R. D. N. B., Ci'l gary, and L. H. Jelliu. Raley. OtliJli. who are likely to attend are H. S. Allen, Raymond; Chris. Jensen, Me- grath; Ted Sundal, J. Y. Card, Cardston; John McD. Davidson, Coajt dale; L. C. Buraap, Coaldale; 3. Lindsay, Vulcan; W. E. Butchaii president of the Vulcan Community Club. Among those who have tew their regrets arc Fres. K. J. Wood, Canlston; 0. E. S. Whitesides, Cola- mau; Prof. Murray of Nobleford; C. S. Noble, Nobletord; P. L. Naismlth, J. M. Camercn, F. H. Peters. Prat. Wood of the U. F. A. and Prof. G. Hutton. The open meeting will commence at 7.30 when the reports ot tho year will be presented, tho report of the membership committee announced, and the officers for the year elected. elevators is very alow being aboiit 25 cars or bushels a day on this division. There ore about 000 bushels of grain store in the valors of Southern present time. Alberta at the Wilson Roy of Hamilton, while walk- ing after dinner with hli wife, wai seized with heart failure and died in Tht Btcltbtne Prosperity Tliq Bacilione of your pros- perity is your health, and foundation of yonr health la your backbone. The body a machine, and the backbone the miiuehaft down which travels nerve impulses for all parts ot the body. When any one of the twenty- four movable joints of tho maln- fjhaft, or backbone, are out of alignment, there la pressure upon spinal nerves at the nerve exit, and dlieaie, or impulse- xtarvation, II tturtW in fome part of the body. Chiropractic spinal remore premura, snd'the dlseare disap- Chiropractic adjuttmtnta are restoring hcilth to sufftrera from such leasnnable dlieaeea 'colds, headachei, coughi, in- fluenza, tonsillitis, bronchitis and pneumonia, NO CHARGE Caniultatlon la wlthaut chiri or obiliitlen. HVRUM JUNE I. SMITH A SMITH CHIHOPRACtOHS ZN lleek. 1677 ant) AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 624 7TH ST. SOUTH ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, AT 2 P.M. Coniiiting of Dining Table, Sideboard and Chairs, two Dress- ers, two Bed, Springs and Mattresses, 4' two Comodec; three RocXers, three Baiy Chtlri; one Oak Sottae, is leather; one Heater, one Kaag9, and a quantity1 of small articles. TERMS CASK. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer Notice to Our Owing to the fact that we have reduced our buving price on cream, we are pleased to announce "alike reduction to our customers. Until further notice our prices will be: t TABLE TABLE Pint TABLE Quart WHIPPING WHIPPING Pint WHIPPING Quart _______ 15c 30c 60c 20c 40c 80c YOURS FOR QUAUTY AND SERVICE. CRYSTAL DAIRY Limited PHONE 1576. ;