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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL KIWg WHEBI TOT EXPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UWAt NEW! TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1921 UmiNUIHiB, PAGE SEVEN KEY HARRIS CO, LIKELY TO E If Conditions Right Spitndid When It wai realised tbtt they could Structure Will Re Erected The building program an- nounced by the Massey-Harris corn- not go in a body many entitled for overseas individually. the call came dually, practically all jollied fur service In Kranw aa a body. Older men, thouffh married, rallied to the colors, and they air came ai volun- teers. After 'the armlaflce a portion pany for this year may Include a now Of that reached France had at Lethbridge. While H. the unique experience of dolnf polteo II. Haltht, manager local on tne Rhine. house, was not prepared to say tlmf! 'The toast to "The Association" was this tho ease, ho did say that if replied to by Colonel 1. 0. Walker, conditions were tavorble during the j one Of tbe oldest of next six months he felt reasonably sura that company would make n ytiirt on a large wurjhouso. Mr. Height st-jfi-.l that their Al- lerta manager, A. W. Trickery, ot Calgary, had espryssod himself favor- ably on his vlalt to the city last No- vember. He fully sensed the neoil new and larger quarters, Mr. 'Haight declared, going so far as to state that a atart would be made the next year or two. When the warehouse is built it will Btar.d on the corner of Second ave- nue and Twelth street. It is consid- ered one of the best warehouse sttes In the city. "When the Massey-Harrls 1 company does build in said Mr. Halght, "you may depend upon it that the structure will be one Bounties. ICE HARVEST gTATBMCNT OF GILT HOSPITAL FOR D1C. Tke Unanclal oUleraent.or tho CMt HoiDlta) for the month of Uwejnktr the amount of cath rectjrtd during month to been with I6K32.C8 paid out. Pub. I'rlv. of hosp'.Ul MS Capacity occupied 88% 106.8% Average patients djiily. 48 cost per patient 18 (based on .......IJ.J5 15.80 50CENTSBA1L ATLQCAllLS In Keeyinf Hightr Price ot Milling Oathwk With the itrongthening oC the wheat market attd the reaching of what train men boliivs to he a firm bails, following the decline, the de- mand for flour haa Kblblted a keener Three Reported Last Jhi'w" e "fement luad known as the Staffordvllle shooting caw, dlimllKd by Maglatrate Irwln at the city police cburt on morning. Thli was the caie lii whielt a (hooting occurred ai the of a birthday party given by John Paulenko to celebrate the The conviviality which abounded had Hf overlfow of ipirits in the discharge of a revolver outside the house, as the suests were departing, by Zublk. were three cases of typhoid fever in I Lethbrldje aid Raymond, are work- the content! of the guo as alleged. the city, one from Barpna, and two JJI staadlly (llllBf foreign orders.' being intended for Mike Gorda whig from the River Bottom, throueh using! Much of, the export flour at present I fell in a dead faint as the rattilt ol QIIH18 Mth tatrirv, C.r-.A. MaJ. W. Lethbridge will keep cool during in kVeni g w th the rene h of the the aweltcrins conSy'ind' L'Vrlt impcr" ance of the city of Lethbridge.- water from the river and well. There to.Oliafow, Scotland, were 8 cases of scarlet fever; 5 of measles; and 10 of chlcken-poi. There were 24 deaths in the city oc- casioned as follows Smallpox (reported last Month) 1; pneumonia 1; pneumonic maternity the explosion, In the thought that he _ barrel. tityen looks for steadier dtma'hd from now on. The declining wheat market 1; pneumonia and pericarditis 1; imllllBf Induitry. from fall accident C.P.R. 1; septtcemia 1; premature birth 1; or- dltease nialnutritlon given out at the office of Western 13! cirrhosis of liver 1; Cancer of stom- ach 1; accident auto 1; bronchitis 1; suffered by the Then the foreign normal. The the case, as given In the previp hearings, was not altogether satisfac- tory in clearlDf up what had actually o.curred, or at to whether Zubik real- ly intended that the shot he discharg- ed was with deadly intantipn. Gorda was n the way Transfer company. The open winter has reduced the thickness of th3 ice sheet this sea- son somewhat. The field now being cut measures around 14 inches in thickness. good. The 'quality of. the ice Is It rediiires about tons ot ice annually to supply the needs of the >Vestern Transfer patronage and this amount will be stored this year. HIGH PRAISE FOR MAYOR HAROIE Big Gathering in Hears of Early Days of the Famous Force Inspector Risk, of the A. P. P., has The Canada Municipal Journal for December contttinB the following ap- preciation ot Mayor-Hardio: "We note with pleasure that Mayor Hardio, of Lethbridge has been re-elected by acclamation 1'or his returned from attending the confer- fourth term, he already having sorv- ence of Insp'octon of the force with Commissioner provincial ed eight years. The genial past pro- Cuddy at aidant of the Union of Canadian Muni- Edmonton.1 While at the capital he cipallties is one of those optimists took in tho annual banquet of the whose cheery prescnco is ever a bea- of tho Mounted Police, 'of.j con of encouragement wherever mu- convuision i: hung 1; appendicitis 1; cancer of Colon 1; appoplfliy 1; tpy- hold and pneumonia 1; suicide 1; shack 1. -Results of the milk 4.8 butter..fat; butter, fat; Crystal Dairy _._ ____ fat; Butterwlck S.8 butter.fat. Results of tests of milk for sedi- Grade Dirty. Crystal Dairy 1; Chief Moun- Butterwlck 3: 2. City Water In the analysis Qf the city water ness of the Orient, said Mr. Green. Mr. believes that a prohibit- ive tariff on Canadian wheat by the United tariff which ho fears be established by the Harding ad- wilf react against the republic. .The 0, the highest count of bacteria found our trade with our American cousins would aarve to increase the of exchange on the Canadian dollar and make trade with tho States prohibit- ive. On the whole, Mr. Green sees no for alarm. His company is fac- ing the future with confidence, he was 26. and the lowest 5, with an aver- age of S. Testa for the colon bacillus (typhoid gerua) were doubtful and negative. Sanitary OftleeVe Report In addition to fourteen samples of water from the city were collected from ed INDECENT ASSAULT CASE REMANDED Out of the shooting, however, sprang two other charges against Zublk; one for having a revolver without a per- mit, apd the other for discharging firearms within the city limits. On these he was convicted and fined with costs, tor the first offence, and fo, with costs, for the second. In the same court Nhk Orenoal fined to, with costs, for being intoii- cated in a public place. SMALL DEBT CASES IN DISTRICT COURT District Court opened this morning 1 with the taking up of the small debt case of Glbb vs. Leonard. This Is n dispute in regard to repairs on On the charge of indecent assault' threshing machine, with J. Oibb, of Ui on in a tent at the rear of I Raymond, as plaintiff, and W. J. mains samples lil ATt' Al North, Joseph Rhodes, Leonard, of Lethbridge, as defendant, collected from two wells situat- on information given by There are nine large debt cases: Foa- d on the River Bottom near tho "8 female, was remanded to come ter vs. Jenkins and Sons; Murray vs. two typhoid in iVe'0re the Alexander; Bakos vs. George; Federal ne family residing there having been 17tl1' Coals, Ltd., vs. Therrtault; Little vs. reported. Whlli ig there haying the evidence of con- banquet held last year. never loses an opportunity to preach v, hich ho was a fornjer member. The i nicipal men meet, Believing as he lamination was not absolutely posi- event, said the Inspector, was a high-1 does that good municipal admlnistra- tlve, nor tjio cause of the tpyhoid ly successful affair, exceeding in the' tion is the panacea for all the public traced direetjy to tho use of well number of those present tho initial j ills of the community, Mayor Hardie' water, the are shallow ami poor- ly constructed and are not safe for Inspection's were made of six hotels, 12 restaurants, eight confectionery stores, flve bakeries, butcher- shops, four dairies and a number of lavatories in stores, etc. An inspec- tion of the lanes and back premises of that part ot the city from 4th St. The banquet was held at the Cor- i his gospel, and he does It such a ona hotel. Premier Stewart was a way that his hearers never fall to be guest and proposed the toaat of "The impressed and are encouraged to in the absence of Lleut.-Gov-1 "carry one." Municipal Canada can- ernor Brett. The R. N. W. M. P., he not afford to lose such men as Mayor Bald, represented His Majesty in the! Hardie." liast work they had done. They had played their part in tho upbuilding Canada, and had played it well. Asked how long he thought it would take to make iWitiln dry, "Pussyfoot" j to 16th St. S., from 1st to 7th S., that had been created in Johnson said he btlleved that Eng- the westside of 13th St. from 3rd to this section of Canada could be cred-1 Scotland and Wales Ave. N1., and from 13th St. to 21st to a great extent to tha R.N.W. M.P. In replying to Proyinei Hon. ,r. R. would be bone-dry in 10 years. the toast of "The The Cambridge Union, the well St. between let and 3rd Ave. N. Two new refuse receptacles of brick have been built and another repaired proposed by A. H. Origin, known English university society, at the rear of restaurants and several re- l a debats the other day on prohi- j. ferrert to the work done by the Ii N Dltlon and voted against prohibition W M.P, in the old days as n real 211 to ,203. man's job. He spoke of the value of I ____ ___ the people's confidence In the sue- cess of any police force, adding that unless this confidence existed any police forca could not hone to be suc- The n.N.W. M.P. had always had the confidence of the people at large; they were at all times ready to do their duty, no matter how dif- ficult or strenuous. fiftmey Cooper, a veteran known to all th.a veterans, In proposing the Parent Corps" recalled the non-commissioned the back- bone of any Sergt.-Maiors Frances Lake and Wattermaii, Sergt Percy, Serst.-Major Wild, who was shot by Indian Charcoal, Sergt Colebrook, killed by "Almighty Sergt.-Major Dan, and "Bull" Stew- art. In responding to tho toast Major O .lennlnss referred to the spirit of the force In this division at the out- break of the war. when the offer was made by' the entire force to go over- seas. The offer was not accepted. MILK is nature's food It gives you health and strength, and when you arc healthy you can work easier and better, and when you are feeling flne and working hard you are almost bound to succeed. Let us leave you a. liottle of health and success every morn- ing on your doorstep. Crystal Dairy Phone 1S76. LIMITED new metal cans provided. Isolation Hospital Patients admitted during Decem- ber (scarlet 3; patients dis- Jamleton Bone was elected presi- dent of the Belleville Climber 'of Commerce. charged daring December, 2; pstienti remaining Dec. (scariet S; No. ot hospital days Conzet et al; Drake vs. Wee; Cherry vs. Carpenter; Freeman vs. Nelson and Co. et al; Hush et al VB. Rogers et al. Interpleader aptlon, Quinn vs. Molsons Bank. By exactly 209 votes, the citizens of Gait decided against the Daylight Saving bylaw. The VeU Shoe Shop 318 1st Ave. S. Next Door to Arlington Hotel. This It the place to have your old shoes repaired, with satis- faction guaranteed, by old- timer. THOS. BERNIEPt, Prog. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 624 7TH ST. SOUTH ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. EAT 2 PI r.'onslsting of Dining Table, Sideboard and Chairs two Dress- BIT, two Bed, Springs and Mattresses, 4' two Comode.; threo HocKors, throe Easy Chairs; one Oak Settee, In leather; one Heatnr Range, and a quantity of small articles. TERMS CASH. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home" THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER THE PRIZES QUAKER BREAD John Gilmore Ltd. of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. BUNS our Buns are all made tram specially prepared formulae which WB control. These formu- lae are not obtainable by invbne else. WE MAK- ING PORK PIES GIVE US A TRIAL OUR BREAD remains fresh longer thin other. Superior Price lOc Per Loaf. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING STHCIT SOUTH Itth January, 7.30 oMn. 8.00 p.m. to gun drill. 3.U p.m. to and Mat drill. 601 Sgt. Barr, James, to be battery strgeact, ylth ef- fect as from Hh ind. 601 Bjtt. Barr, havlw promoted to the rank of battery Mrieant, li ip. pointed varrlnt (class 11) ai from Stt Oncimbir, 1S10. Authority 0. C. itth Battery, Part II, Orders No. 4th January, H81, and as to .warrant mnk aiUt. 18 Bllo The dlibaiidBMit at the andermn. tlonod civilian rile aiaoetalion's tn No. Lethbridge Alberta. (Auth. p.O. No. IHl 0.0. HO, Parades will be called by the Mrgeaat tpr the u4 as vlialltei tor tame. In vletr'of the tjpn by tho the Cwadt era) BIr tf. X., A.b.c.. O Ull, the CommandlBf la aniious all raefi tndeivar to obtain aa many rocrulti as sot- M aa to make showing tor the battery on occasion. W. BARNACAL, Major, Commanding "J9th Baitery, C.F.A. WANTfcO IN TAifR On information that he was wanted In Taber for allegeJ theft, ChartHi Qraham waa arrested in tho city byi Detective .Wallh and escorted Chief Johnston, of Lindsay, who 78 years of age, wai by a man under the influence ot Honor at Scugog. F, REFLEC1ED HERE Sugar, Jam, Canned Goette and Coffee Aba Slumpinc H may be that In Its silent progvc-i the public not learnt to appreci- ate the downward tendency tit during the lait month or no. Yet ii uajnliUisble that priaes haro cllaed, a Very appreciable dif- ference In the cost of living as It ap files to certain domestic Sugar now, to whit It wai In Oc- toter last, has dscllned in cMt to nearly yet cent. It wae rotailllf In October laat {it per 100 peoaii. while today It lolling at a larw re- tail iroctry IB tSe cUy at 113.50. From IriB Herald obtained the Information that there le a decided cut in tie prices of Jan. Jam that oaod to nil at tl.M per foar-pqund tin It now belu ro- jit II H. Plum and Blackberry (am, which fold over the counter lor ie htlni Kid for Canned have alao taken the dev-iwan) trade froa 85 a Ua to Ire Una tor Si oliU. Tea haa dtcilaed la certain brands from TO to 18 a pound; and a slmnp ehortly In the nrlce of coSet. In the decline of lard up it lavtnr fone down from to >5 cents. Fifty men In a New Brunswick umber' canjD aaked for an Incrjiio n waiei from ISO to i month, and declined to work wheu refuted. P. O. 20X MO PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business EN0INIER8 RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. G4 Aeadlp Pluming 612 Third AveniM South UPI Health Prmntiw When inside tie bouse li aoventy or better and out- tho mercury Is flirting; with the zero mark, It a vlgorooa body to reiiot tho midden aid light of caBfha, colds, bronchial aid luag Lot a cold begin la Battle deep m lunaa and It tlmo to take the vigorous moaeuroo to frovont droad. tt Md fatal ot arate luaj; rapU KM la tomnoraturo li almoot a tortraaMr of Tbo la rapid and breathing shallow and Jerfcr, ,wttb awMV and coaaftlni t. there li of In couikhu H Is a bad ilgi. chiropractor OB aplnsl nerves In the doraal regloa, nerve bttoVsrnu In the region of the nipples, and a subnormal low ot to kidneys. Spinal hare an immediate tonic and when action to prompt, are followed by good and a rapid recovery. BACK TO HEALTH "My gratitude is for chiro- practic, I suffered atony. Was spitting blood. 1 had four dif- ferent doctors, then chiropractic adjustments. There wan a dlf- firoiup almost immedlaUiy. NOW 1 am well and I feel bet- ter BOW than I.eter Hazel Painter, Chiropractic search Bureau, Statement No. 1081. NO CHAM! without or SMITH A SMITH m WMrtook fltck. PhVma and 1441 CHIROPRA CORRECTS ;