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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald'a Page of Live Local News TEbe 2Letbbrifcge TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1920 All The Local Newi Where Ybu Expect It LETHBR1DGE. ALBfHTA. P.iGE SEVEN PAS? YEAR AT TOEEXPEIIIIOFHOII Annual Meeting of Children's Aid Society Monday Night Heard Reports submitting his annual report, as President of tho Children's Aid So- ciety, Mr. 1J. J. Sehl made tho state- ment that it WAS not until the present year that the actual cost Incurred In running the Children's Shelter quency was duo to what Ihey had seeu at picture shows and they had witnessed stampedes- She strongly condemned Ibe syaiem allowed Hie delinquent and the im- pendent childrcir.In Ibo to bo thrown together and to share a com: moa dormitory. she. considered an outrage aud most unjust. Tho Shelter was free from epidem- ics during thq year, the only trouble (jeirg lhat of Pink -Eye. There was known. 11 ves only by agitation tendency, sho regard that by frequent interviews with the mayor j anything was good enough for Ihe that it was mado possible to arrive I children, whereas Ihey required the at a basis whereby it could bo deter-, comfort and also of healthy mined what the actual cost, in apply- [SUrroundlnBs. She referred to tho iiiK the actual figures to the expend I- hardship Iho matron and the lure On maintaining the Institution.' assistant In there being no Janitor, tho There had been the habit of two womell io see to the fur- charging Ihe Shelter with items which >laco addition Io their other duties OBITUARY MR. HERBERT DODDS DONALD- SON Solemn and impressive services Ii conuectlon with the btnlul of the late Mr. Herbert Dodds Donaldson who was accidentally killed at the Hosedalo 1 mines were held in tWs city where in-1 n torment took place yesterday (Wed- ue'silay) afternoon from Felterly's un- dertaking parlors, Rev. A. H, Denoou of Knox Presbvterlau church officiat- ed. Tho deceased w ho was well and fav- orably lit thl; city was born Enchant and Two Leth- bridge Coupies Will Settle it in (he Courts r. and Mrs. Jf. Don- Hldsou al present resident In Nornls- cam, Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson moved from Kingston to Sault Ste. Marie during the early childhood of their Herbert, wno received his Three.: further actions for divorce have been entered En tho courts. Russell Wuy, of Lclhbridgo. Is su- ing for a divorce from his wife. Ada Way, nee Ada B. Dranch. who has abode but lives temporarily B.1.IE11IR. The we0 m.Jrried Sa5.; e public school education in lhat city, katoTn.ln VuTy, 19H. a rdthere" reToi later .taking up his training as an cWldrea by the marriage. electrician. Later Ihe family moved to Loin- bridge where the deceased served the Caught Caught Iq-Ihe second ncliou, Henry Caught, did, not properly belong to 1 city as meter reader for-five years locomotive engineer ot Lclhbrlcigo. Ilesigning his'position in this capacity a3ks for divorce froi" his wife, Hestic to go homo to assist his father in his Gertrude GaugLl, nee on farm operations at Nemiscam owing srounds of adullery wllh E. Cam- to his younger brother. Eric V. enlist- P'on..- Defendant Is now residing in .ing, Herbert 'spent the Intervening or near tne of Kng. kepi theui busy, particularly time with his parents. Leaving just Defendant is domiciled and is or- was Illustrated-in the salary paid to. with the babies, from midnight Io seven weeks ago Io proceed to the- ilinarily resident within the province tlio probation otficcr, who. amongst midnight. Wilh regard to clothing, Roseilale mine the sad Intelligence of of Alberta and prior to .Ibe enlistment his other dulleB. was a city constable, children line! Io bo clothed with his death came as a decided Wow Io of lhe plaintiff, Mr. anil Mrs. Gaught .yet.tbe whole part of this salary coulrt hnnds On. 'charged up to the Shelter. Matters Uie case of tablecloths and lowclfi. hud, however, been now adjusted Shelter was badly his loved ones. {lived from 1910 to 191li. liesldcs his parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. 'About the time of the enlistment of J the plaintiff, defendant proceeded io Donaldson of Nemlscam the dcceas Acts Which Helped Forty-ono children had passed Hamilton, through tho Shelter in of whom <-ameron, ]0 were carried from the previous year. He referred to the help thu A vote of thanks from the chair was Children's Aid Society had received tendered Dra. Taylor, Campbell, Hoy, in the passing of Hie act whereby the and Bryan, W. Lsmh, Miss Lewis, the Mrs. ,f. .11 TerrHJ. Father 5IcCatfci-y, Cragg. and W. A. R. Cocq. Miss Rev. bridge at Roscdale where the mem- bers of U. M. W. A. Local No. SS17 she has lived in a slate of adultery with one B. Campion In England and that he Is not tbe father of a child Those members of the Board of Trade who desire to attend the Thursday luncheon at which the annual meeting will be held, should telephone Secretary James Rose without delay as a large crowd Is expected and arrange- ments must be made- by the cater- er to accommodate them. Many have already signified their Inten- tlon of being present. President Marnoch's annual re. port will be published In Wed- nesday evening's edition of The Herald and will be considered though it will not be read at the. meeting ai In other yeart. Chairman Hoyt of the ship committee and his volunteers are busy today rounding up tho 1920 members and they are meet- ing with great success. It Is hop- ed to be able to report a fully paid up membership equal to Tast year .at the meeting Thursday. The of Chairman HoytV membership teams are: R. J. Dinning. J. W. Bawden. S. J. Shepherd. Hugh Crawford. Peter Lund. W. D. King. J. F. Simpson. R. R. Davidson. assumed entire responsibility of fun- DDrn 191? instituted an action for divorce from 'were In Lethbrhlge nt the present time :2 widows benefiting by mothers' pensions which omibled them to slay nt home and look after their children Vithoul having to go out to work. '-Mr. Sehl deplored Hie want oi a i maternity home in the provinco Ib! meet .unfortunate, coses, hut .he stated; Juat h'o had heard from Mr.-McDonald I that such uu institution Would lie forthcoming in tho near future. mentioned that according to an ar- rangement come to, Mr. Lamb was now directly under the supervision c: the lioard which would help the hoard greatly. Secretary's Report In presenting his report. Mr. Bar- rowman, secretary-treasurer. referred to the moving of tho Shelter which March, 1016, the defendant committed Masons assumed charge, bearing their adullery with one Olaf Ilrant of Revel- hrolher to his last resting placc.'Mnriy stoke, and In March, 131S, with ono beautiful floral tributes covered the William Mordmark. of Jartery. wilh casket, tokens oi the high esleem ot whom she is at present cohabiting. many fnonds and business _____._________ Mr. II. n Donaldson..grocer this j. Bulman Is the 1920 chairman Three Lodges Start Oat Year With New Set of leaders- Held Banquet and Mr. Max Donaldson, who. farms .near .Ihe iuncles-Of .the deceased young man. of the Winnipegtschool board. Chinaman Tells Story of Visit to His Restaurant at Midnight Hour OW TOILER, HE SMS- Chinook Hurts The Bonspiel Bonsplels and chinosks don't mix. Local curlers who are enter- taining some 20 visiting rinks In the annual Crow's Nest district 'spiel found that out today to their sorrow. Everything was lined up for a good start Tuesday morn- I ing but before the first games cc.uld be run off the ice was so sticky postponement had to be called. Weather forecasts are for cold- er weather tonight acid Wednes- day. If tonight the weather turns cold the rinks will stay here and the 'spiel will be proceeded with tomorrow. There wae no definite word as to the decision when this was written. knock at the door. Going down and looking through the window, he saw the two young meu, Floyd Woolf. and Sennelh Sherwood, who asked him to Eive them some supper. He told them it was too late as the fire had gone out. Two minutes after they knocked again' and asked if they might come In to have some pie and smoke a jiliie. The Chinaman wanted to know ivhere they came from, and they replied from the K 2 rnnch. He opcri- .cd tho door aliout a foot, when they slopped in, and raught hold of him, n hand was put over his eyes nnd month and he was thrown into a cor- ner of the kitchen. Tho meu thea proceeded to rob him of a roll con- taining loose money to the amount of nnd a gold watch. Oscar Sthaw, who lives closo to Ihc Chinaman, deposed that he saw him about twenty-five mintilcs to one, on the dale mentioned, and'that he was in a terrible condition, blond stream- ing down his face and there was a hole on the top of his ear. Mr. S. S. Dunham, who attended co'.iventlcii of the Council of Agricul- ture- of in Winnipeg, as the delegate of the Lethliridge Consltt-' uency of the r. K. A. political or- ganization, has returned to the city. "What greatly impressed said Mr. Dunham when referring to the Con- vention, "was that the farmers' move- ment was greater than its leaders." He dil not Imply by this that the ors were not big men but lhat the on- ward sweep the movement was mak- ing was such that no single individual _ could control It. The convention was a totally different one to ordinary, pol- itical associations. In these latter it was always tho case that the mass of, delegates assembled looked to guid- ance from" some great minds "who had foregathereJ previously for the work- Ing out of policies, and strong person- alHIfls dominated tho meetings. In the Winnipeg convention there wero big present, such as Crerar, Wood, Morrison. Musselman, and so on, but there was no such thing In the ventlon being dominated by personal-' ity. Ideals of True Democracy Referring to the farmers'-movemenr, Mr. Dunham was of the opinion that the two political parlies were dead and (here was nothing left of them but their skeletons. The Ideals pt true democracy would find their ex- position la the farmers' movement. Mistakes wero hound to be made, but these ideals would get nearer of fruIU- tion than ever before. _ The tangible work of ihe conven- tion said Mr. the adop- L lion of the new national policy and the Instruction tci the -various uehcles to get reidy In furnish head- tiuarlers with financial aid to supple- ment the campaign of literature for the education of the electorate In the. new movement, in readiness for an election. vt Further particulars of the exploits of the two young men alleged to have .held up and robbed a Chinaman a Wnolford, have come to hand in the -statement of the Chinaman, Howie Lee, as detailed before B. X. Barker, J. P., at Cardaton. He related that ha retired to sleep at 11.30 on the night of January 3rd, when half an hour afterwards, he was awakened by a NO SKATING RINKS 'IN 'PEG ON SUNDAYS WINNIPEG, Jon. of skating rinks which operate Sundays are being prosecuted under the Lord's Day Alliance Ad. Olio defendant was today remanded. BONE DRY CANADA IN SIX MONTHS WINNIPEG, Jin. bone dry Canada within six months is predicted by liquor dealers here, today. By that time, it Is said, stocks of Canadian whiskey will be used up and Scotland will be kept busy supplying her own needs. It Is predicted that a rush of business will set in between here and Kenora within a day or two. FORMER LETHBniDGE MAN DIES AT CRANBROOK, B.C. The death took place at Cranurook recently of a former I.etlibridge rcsi- Member, of the I.O.O.P. city lodges ftftj" of J'ark l crc would need sum of In the co-operation of the citizens was necessary, nnd a splendid spirit had ijeeii shown In the collections made held their installntlon of officera on on the tag day sot apart for Hint pur- pose. For this there was now n sum of and in the general fund Tho actual cost of running the Chil- dren's Shelter during 1913 was S5.106.IS. Out of this there had Io be credited U.15J.25 which Included part The officers were installed by Ero. II. S. White, D.p.O.M., after iii3lalln- lion the members gathered in the ban- iiuel room wlicrn a bancjuet was held after which a program. was provided.- The officers for tit ensuing tern' fire us follows Lethbridge Lodge No. Z. W. K. Matthaws; B. M. T. tll of the salary paid the probation offi- 'Uee.-Se_c., ,H: L. M.cCatlum; tor and the government grant -for .Hie maintenance of ciiildren from outside tho city, making the actual expendi- ture Deducting salaries paid and payment to .the government lor the maintenance of delinquents sent to the reformatory at Portage La Prairie, the actual cost In tlitv tho Institution amounted to Probation Officer's Report Probation Officer Lamb's report that out of Iho 41 children who had passed through thn Shelter in there were 4 neglected chil- dren; 17 delinquent, 12 dependent, 3 held for deportation, 3 with mothers sick in hospital, 1 returned from Fos- ter homo, and 1 who had rim away from home. Tho ages of thcao were nine of year and under, four imilcr two years, three under four years, two under five, two under six. one under eight, one under nine, two un- der 10, five under 11, two under 12, two under 13, three under 14, two un- der three under 17. Thcsa were tho 'following nationalities: Kng- 4, Scotch 3, Canadian 12, Ameri- can 6, Finns t, Swedes 2, Russian B, Slavs 1, Austrian J, Italian 2. They wero disposed of as follows: Fivo to foster homes, 2 to the Salvation Army, homo !it Calgary. In rela- tions, 6 sent to urork, 13 relumed to jiaronts, 3 deported, 1 ran away from the Shelter, 2 sent Io the Calgary Shelter, leaving 0 at present In the Shelter. In all there were 27 boys ant: H girls. Juvenile diet There irere 22 Juvenile cases, 10 loya and 3 girls. There were IS ses- sions o! tho Juvenile court. There 19 delinquents, 17 boys and two girls. Three babies wero made wards of the department. In the cases of delinquents there irere ln-o for theft, 10 for burglary and Tho ages ol the delinquents were from 8 years to 17 years. They were disposed ot us follows: Plva suspended sentence, 2 nmdo wards, a sent to rorlauo- La Prslrle, -i glvou jirulmtluy cards, 3 sent (o the Shelter, 3 sont to tho country. There were 207 cases handled out of court In the way of destroying prop- erty act] (hefu, such as slelghi, etc. Report In her report, tho matron ot tho Chlldren'i Shelter, Miss Lewis, said that out of 17 dolimiucntH Re-ven were fills, nnd in every tho delin- quency duo to ihelr having drunk- fathers. With the boys Hie delin l''in.-Sec., Redman; Treas., .Morton; War, A. Carter; Con.. .1. Henderson; R.s.NiO- T. Marlow; L.S. X.O.. W. Park; R.S.V.G., A. Obert-; L. S.V.G., R.S.S., 11. Kosalnc; L.S.S., .1. Hill; l.s.G.. IVStanding; O. S.G., MacLeaa; Chap., Wm. Ilar- Vladuct No. 53. N.G.. A. M. Fisher; V.O., C. Mac- Cay; Rec.-Soc.. 'O.-v. Heath; Pin.-Scc.. 1. A. Flrown; Treas., F. H. lilack- hurne; War., J. Kaslon; Con.. A. IV. Smith; R.S.N'.G., H. Douglas; L.S.N.C., U Wilson; R.S.V.O., R. W. Ronald; L.S.V.G., W.. Sugden; R.S.S., J. W. Bell; L.S.S., W. Thomson; L.S.G., R, Muworthy; O.S.O., C. Lawford; Chap., Rer. Dafoe. Mlxpafi No. 72, A. J. Davis; V.G., M. Grist; Ilec.-Sec., J. Miller; Pin.-Sec., J. R. nurnard; Treas., W. Hurst; War., Geo, Graham; Con., A. Jarvls; R.S.N.G., J, Kirk: Ij.S.rv.C., J..Hendrie; R.S.V.O., W. Shanil; US.V.G., W. McGregor; H.S.3., C. Purdue; O.' Matson; I.S.G., D. A. Smith; O.S.O., J. lins- worth; Chap., J. Treiivlng. to reside in Craubrook n 1900. Ho was a native of Sussex, HQ was s pioneer of the west, irriving at Winnipeg in the year 1882. Wininricg tho family moved to Medicino Hut, to and hence to Cranhrook. The late JIi1. Finuis was for a number of years in .ho employ of the Canadian Pacific i Hallway, and up to tho time of meet- ing with an accident, which compelled lihn to relinquish his position, was car foreman with that company. He leaves, besides a sorrowing wife, live children. They are; Mrs. D. Uvans, of Vancouver; Clarence- Mark, of Fenllcton; Charles liryson, ot Ed- monton; Nina Helen, o[ this city, and Doughs Elton, ot the Otis Staples Lumber company slaff, Wyclifte. Me was a very devout Baplist in re-' llglon. THE DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL HOLD THEIR NEXT WHISTDRIVE OF THE SERIES, IN THE l.O.O.F. HALL Wed. Evening, Jan, 14th Admissicn 50 Cents GOOD PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN. Refreshment! Served. LEAVES HALF A MILLION WINNIPEG, Jan, will of A. C. McKcnzie, contractor, leaves properly valued at more than half a million dollars to be divided among his four children, except for small bequests to oilier relatives. For One Week Only OUR WE ARE SELLING ALL HIGH GRADE Varnishes IN ANY SIZE AT A DISCOUNT OF 10ft If you are wise, got busy be- fore the rise In price takes place, Wellington Bros SHERLOCK BUILDING Reprints Have advanced six cents a copy. This means that the price- will eventually be Wo have hundreds ot choice titles still at 85c Intending buyers should con- sUur ihe advantage In maklug ;i selection while lhe price Is com.-' mcndable. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 614 4th Ave, 613 Federal Emergency Appropriation for Ex-members of the Forces Tills Fund is being administered by the Canadian 1'alriotie Fund. Tho territory covered by the Lcthbrldge Branch has the followlm: bound- aries. and Little Bow River. Boundary. and Foremost. and Hlooc! Reserve. Claims upon this Fund are solely based upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during lhe months of December, 1919, January, February and March, 1020. Uetorn applications oro elijible ior consideration Applicant! must Mcure a Certificate from the authorized representative of the Depart- ment of Soldiers' Civil Thin notice Is Inserted by the LoihbrldBe Branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund who will appreciate tho bringing to their notice, by any- one knowing the circumstances, cases apparently eligible for financial aid. Write or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (Lclhbridge Branch) Koom 209 Sherlock 701 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET If you desire service, quality and satisfaction in menls open j'oiir account wilh us for 1920. Delivery to any part of lhe All phono orders slvon personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 NOW Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 3M 6th STREET 8, P.O. BOX 5 KERR'S STORE Fry's Pure Cpnceutraled Cocoa, pure nnd economical, op Ib. lins, each...... oDC Welch's Fruilladc and Black Plumladc, Peachladc, Grapelade, Delic- ious fancy quality fresh fruit ami best granulated sugar, per jar DAILY NEWS Sailed Sodas, Teller's, per pkg............... Castile Soap. "Le Par- 6 cakes for..... Spanish Table Raisins, 1 ib. clusters, !b..... Turklsii Figs, largo sites, per Ib......... 15c 25c 50c 50c SPECIAL WED.-CASH AND CARRY ONLY Kotenashi Beans, finest quality, small hand picked bean, good tasters, delicious flavor. 4 Ibs, 35c Whole Green Peas, exlra 1 b... IOC Smaller per Ib. 32Kc and Peaches, new season's unpitted, per ib. 25c fine gratlc, per Ib, Season's crop, the largest prune- on the market this season. Size high In price, but delicious CA. Sliced Beef. Rosedale quality, per Ib. brand, in glass, each., GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 Now that we have the Custom- er's Bottle in We would not slop using Uiis system for any consideration. It does not plcaso many people, but it suits us tine, for lie pcoplo that waste bottles pay for them. Wo wlah to thank our customAj for the kimlly assist- ance they have given ua in this i-jvay. Crystal Dairy Limited The British Canadian Trust Co. Notice Is hwrhy given n dividend at the ra'.a of six par cent, per annum upon the pairl up Capital Stock of this Company has beon. declared for tho hnlf year Milling 31st IJecemhe-r, 1919, will bo payable at Iho offico of tho Company on and after the 10th day of January, 1950, to shareholders on record on 31st December, 1910. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD, GEORQE W, PARSONS, Alberta, December 26ti, 1010. ;