Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1SK21 THE LETHBKIUnE DATT.Y HERALD PAGE THRKR Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the "Miscellaneous for Sale" Column-It Will Surprise You How Easy It Is To SeD Anything form the executive committee or the club. They shall elected it the DHL regular of etch year, by open nomination and by ballot, and shall surve lor a period of oat rear, or until their successors are appoint- ed. Article of (1) The President ahall at Constitution Drawn Up and Officers 0. Wight (1) Th' j Ig President (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. January 10, the Cardston civic elun all meetings; prawrre order, Intro- duce those that take put on tie pro- gram, and see Ulat ail otker oSem perform the Uwto. (2) The vIce-preiMeut (hall form these dutlM IB tha absence of the president. Ing: I promise to attend nioetlnts of this club unless unavoidably detain- ed; to take an act lie part In meet- lags, and to uphold tie) above auutl- Members: J. W. Lew, 3. B. B. W. Low, C. B. Onsemsn. rraak Brawn, O. L. Wootf, 1. Smith, John Bhafer, D. 0. Wlfkt, I. O. Law, K. A- Val PlUMc, J. F. AedenoB, J. Wama, Hark Cora V. Mae Hall. M. A. Coeokba, W. W. SbeHetd. B. N. Barker. Thoe A. Andenoa, A, 1. StodAard, Lula Nlelion, Jot Hall, J. A. Hammer, Jai. A. Haneen, Talttlu Carlson, Isaac Carlson, Mary R. Lead- call the roll at the various sessions tit G. S. flrown, J. 1. Card Z. W. the club, keep the minutes, take Jacobs, Moses Anderson, W. H. Cald- charge of the correspondence, we that well, J. C. Cahoon, K. O. Tolsoni, Mrs. the programs of all BOBS ions are pro-, Thos. Anderson. parly advertised, collect all dues, take According to the constitution, on the charge of all- monies belonging to the second Monday in January, tha elee- rifthit. anil of oMcers took place. The all tion resulted as follows: D. Osborn Wight. Lula Nielson. Mae Ha.ll. Executive Talitl'a organised over a month ago with was adopted: Constitution of the Cardston Civic Club Article This organization shall be known as the Cardston Civic Club. Article The objects of this club shall be: (1) To bring before the citizens for discussion, the problems that con- front Cardston as a community. (J) To encourage all citizens to take paVt in the solution of these prob- lems, by close co-operation -with the "boards or councils that have charge of it's civic affairs. Article The.motto of this club shall be- "The great -need of Cardston is intel- ligent Article Any person of good character may become a member of this club by nlgning the constitution and paying the prescribed fee. Article The officers of this club shall be: A president, a vice-president, a secre- tary, and four others, all of whom in writing at the previous meeting. By-Laws Article 1 Meetings shall be held as follows: speaker to: the mw-born CWc Club, r. Spencer gave 'a very instructive been given address on the workings of the Town Council. He explained the sources of revenue and "where the money went which he declared 50 per cent, of the ratepayers were always asking Regular meetings shall be held at 7.30 about and the other 60 per cent. p.m., on the second Monday of each agreed with them. He explained the month. Special meetings may be call- 1 present personnel of the committees ed at any time by the President, or i The finance committee J. W. Low, at the request of six of the members, chairman; Jos. Low, J. Y. Card. Article 2 I Works and property: Jos. Low, Fees shall consist of 25 cents per chairman; W. H. Caldwell, Moses An- annum payable in advance. Article of Business The order of business shall be: 1. Roll call. 2. Reading and disposition of min- utes. 3. Report of executive committee on program. 4. Reports .of committees and sec- retary-treasurer. 5. Unfinished business. 6. New business. 7. Adjournment. Article A quorum of the club shall consist of a majority ot the membership. Article All members shall sign the follow- 'NOTICE LEGISLATIVE'ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA FROM RULES RELATING TO PRIVATE BILLS Ions for Private Bills shall he in duplicate and shall he tii9'i 'or Private Bills, properly the subject of Legislation Assembly of Alberta within the purview of "The British ica Act. 1367, whether for the erection of a bridge the making derson. License and Police: M. A. Coombs, chairman; M. Anderson, J. Y. Card. Fire, Water and Light: J. Y. Card, chairman; W. H. CaldwelL Jos. Low. Health and relief: W. H. Caldwell, chairman; J. W. Low, M. A. Coombs. Then he outlined the work of each of those committees and in- doing so dealt very much ou the responsibility of the citizens .in supporting them. The question of finance was. stress- ed. Many wrong impressions, he said, were held as to the state of Cardston's finances. He said it was true that the town hart had to borrow money from the bank to meet their urgent needs in the past two or three years, be- cause taxes .were very slow owing to poor crops, etc., but he emphasized the fact that today they did not owe the bank and that they had money enough to meet the J24.000 school requisition, and all other expenses, and yet had due the town in uncollected .taxes. This ccrlainly sounded good, but it loft tho problem of the "Salt case'' in mind, aiio. also how to get in these arrears of ta.tes so that the tax rate lie reduced. A Herald, Want Ad. Carries your mes- sage to the eyes of thousands of people every day. When you want to engage good help use a Hera.d Want Ad. To Sell, to Buy, or to Rent, a herald Want Ad. does it all Choose your tenants and get the the Hera.d Want Ad. way. No Safe-man equals he wide power of a He aid Want Ad. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches Jl.OO an oz. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. Yet the town eortJiiuly s- cm REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: to be in a very hsakhy stata. Mr. Spencer then proceeded to show where the Civic Club could assist the council in carrying out its program iu, lu a Di-jugB me malting t in building up the town. He first 01 a railroad, tramway, turnpike road, telegraph or telephone, line the con-! emphasized the value to a town of Btrnctlon nr .__. gooti citizenship, of loyalty to the town, of civic pride, which would build sidewalks, plant lawns and paint its buildings, merely from the desire to improve and build up the commun-: ity. Such a, citizenship would never be knockers or kickers, and law-suits against the town would he eliminated, first because of improved and repair- ed streets, etc., and second, because of the loyalty of the citizens them- selves. Other items of possible co-opera- I tion with the Civic Club were the urg- rclnai ms of a new adequate statlon- 1 6 house for Cardston, the petition to the 28, 34, 78, 89, 94, 98, 136, 137, 139, 145, 147. OWNERS OFJtOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS I.UD iMiii.e wi me 01 ine HQiisfl SJ2. applicant for a Private Bill shall deposit with the Plprt nf of the town cow herd in j ._.._ ._ nan MPOSW witn tne ciert of to the meeting of the House, a receipt from the or a-snm of two hundred dollars, If the said Bill does .1 ani1 teB aollars additional for each page over that t H. thls Ru'e 'our hundred and fifty words shal the mm of live dollars for each and every dav whlr.h int.rv.no. betw in addition to the foregoing charges the every day up to the tenth day of the Session U4....... the "pelllns 0( tlle Session, the applicant shall dollars for'e.ch and X? the foregoing charge.., the applicant shall pay from S 'OT A day B...uu of twenty days from the opening of the House "S ".I7 fnytas fm leave to brInS for the the raJIwlv tr rallways' canals, or for changing the-route of recBlvM hv th any incorporated, is deMsit with or person3 'or such Bills, shall aeposit with the Clerk the following documents: P'" one Inch.to three miles showing the location upon which It is Intended to construct the proposed work, and showing'also the lines of existing or authorized works of a similar character within radius of thirty mll4 from the IbcaUon of the proposed works or any purt thereof are intended to be constructed such map or plan to be signed by the engineer or other party makine the arSr- flh extent anTproSosed char 330 ?festiraatl! the Probable col thereof. Acts of amendment of the Model Bill lu Jroni the Clerk of the House. ,uch "cow as the judges all too busy else-1 smallest and most favorable ever sent wnere- I to tho department; only two cases The coroners report for the dis- being on the report for the whole trict of Macleod for 1920, was the year THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret E. Groeuham, formerly of Havergal College, Toronto. 16-26 manner aa to eliminate the trouble" In tho town, and the general improvement of the appear- ance of the town by creating the civic pride which would make every citizen paint his buildings, and improve his lawns, fences and sidewalks. Altogether this sounds like an am-: bltlous program for a club to under- take, but with proper support from the town In general and the members 4n particular, the whole program can be "put over" and Cardston Is due for a "boost" if it can be done. Too Busy So No Court Board Meets (Prom Our Own Correspondent) e ains for Acts of incorporation of or in amendmenVo'f ll.-The regular railway companies shall be drawn In accordance with monthly meeting o! the Hospital iched to these Rules, copies of which may be obtained! Doard w" held-In the town hall on the House. January 10, .1921. The financial re-; I port for the TO EUROPE ST. Minnedosa Jan. 28 Mar. 4...........Victorian Feb. Metagama Feb.ll........Emp. Britain Emp. France ST. Pretorian ST. Jan.29 ..................Corsican Grampian Apr.18 Tunisian ST. ANTWERP Feb.12JMar.20.......Scandinavian CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 36-1 Main Street, Winnipeg. CHEAP HAY TIMOTHY, ALFALFA, BLUE JOINT, OAT AND WHEAT STRAW Ton or Car Lots. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers. Coaldale Stock Tanks and Heaters. Goney-Oxford furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEL ft ELLIOTT SrtMt Mttal Workers JJO St. Phone 1713 NEWS AXD VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor in edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a freo examination. J. M. HENDERSON Cars of Wright's Jewelry Store. ARMSTRONG RAWORTH OPTICIANS IS YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LETHBRIDGE F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 327 5th St. S. Opposite tha Empreis Phone UST PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. HKUDEN C. FARHIS Suite 4, Acadia niock. Telephone 1616. 8rd Ave. S. DENTIST DR. 0. J. COUHT1CB, Dentist, former. ly of Lethbridge, has located at 673 Granville St., Vancauver. B. C. Piione 3ey. 9300. Opposite Hoo> son's Bay Co. DR. 3. OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. IH-1S-20 Sherlock Bldf. Hours 10-12. 2-4, and kj appointment PR'VATE THE VAN HAAK1.E.M Private Vital, 1124 7th Are B.. Htiont m. Accommodation for llcal. agadleal and pa- tients PrlTaU nil semi-private rooms. Rates J30.W. 133.00 and a wees. Write Tin information la Ills M. Van Haartem. lei-dent MJIIO MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London. England. 100 cent. lf.st year successful. MRS W. H ot Piano and Theory. Pupa, prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams If desired. Annual epilng recital Studio, 1233 5th Ava, A. CLEANERS AND-WRtSSERS THE in French dry cleaning We are .the olifest In the city We thi genuine French system, tvery spot and eliminates pofc slble injury to garments, giving high elass results Special attention to country work. S24 Gth Street Soatb. Phone 1812 Collect ind deliTer. LOO PnBSSINO. Repslrtng and alterations well done si reasonable prices. We sail for and deliver goods. IM 7tk at. South. Phone ISJS. CUNSWllHB GUNSMITHS ft barrels stratgMened. gins restock inn woik by A rtinntnltX ke.-s made., locks repaired, typewriters, phonographs, any light nschlnery repaired, lawn sharpened D B. Indian Agent Phone 103? ftli opposite Herald REPAIR WORK rASPECIALTr 33I-S--ST. UTHBHIDGE OLD GOLD SILVEH BOUGHT OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street, Power Comraetara Mil nitiut ltd n LettbniH. TJirntrnv a Biwcialtr for Klenrlcal Wort a- PIANO TUNING 0. R TUNEH- riayer-Piano and Orgao Repairer to years" factory experience. Hnr Certificate M T. Assn., England References-lo the leaden musicians of the city. Pbona lilt lOtr. Hi a. things. The board are now requiring a statement and an advance from all outside as well as those residing in i 1 Private Bills for Acts of incorporation shall be so framprt the munil te by reference the clauses of the general Acts rolatlne to the trom other provided for by such Bills. .-m.nj. natlent ma municipality, also a certificate ville school district a board of tens- A "tl EU' any letters patent or agreement li umnm noarn or tens- presented to the Houw, a certified copy of euch letters or agreement must loe5 wore for with Thorn- ll. In lt_ fta CSnllH.r ao be attached to it. JOHN R. COWELL Clerk of tho Legislative Assembly Any newspaper publishing tills advertisement without authority will hfl nflid. Hot be paid. as.Gautier as chairman. They are now loollinS tof teacher and offer S. i0 teacb A sitting of the District Court was r was Ad set for lltlv but wu lot bela BAILIFFS SALE of a Dittre" Taxes given by MONARCH SCHOOL DISTRICT to mt.iaalnit H. S. PEULET1ER and to me di. rected against the goods and chattels of H. S. Pelletler named in the said Distress Warrant, I have seized the following ONE GRIST MILL (Multum in Parvo) complete with Pulleys and Pelting. ONE INTERNATIONAL 35 h.p. GASOLINE EN- GINE, 13 inch Grinder WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON Friday, the 14th Day of January, 1921 AT MONARCH MILL, MONARCH, ALTA. AT THE HOUR OF THREE P.M. Dated Lethbrldge, Dec. 27th, 1920, T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Farmers When In need of iny TRACTOH Repair.) It will to your Inter- ett to try US. We hare an up-to-date Ma Fhop and employ only flrtt cltii VJichlnieta Satisfaction to fid workmanship 1 Tmctor Cyllnderi regrnnnd. fitted witb over-size piitotu N1VEN BROS. 8. Phoni 1732 Association of and Navy Veterans in Lethbrldre Unit Na. 14 Yeternm deslrons at Ihe ssnorlatlon. ca. ob- tain Information application forms from tlm secretary l_ LEIGH, P. 0. No. 1 Lota. bridga, WKI.IJNOTON PagArnannrs and Patntitra KalMntittnii. Omaral pMo and Bin WrHtnn KatiieatM nlntm la LttlibrldM RM PPOM H71 attlet 1711 tttarlatt AlVrta. A. Dceoratlnt tM en iTMini> ROQtll 117 C U COPELAWD H. R KEXT. Pyramid Deeoratlnn Ce Inter- ior decorating and paperhanglng a spt. slalty Satisfied customers our aim. 1801. (II 12th St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON. years' In tor and Interior Doeoratlnf, utb tot. South. Phone 11 HI. IM WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell yon about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvtr Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Owertt fcnn Acent Doris L R. Coco .COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER PHINTtNO, ETC, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO.