Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tin LOCAL raws FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1921 LETMMUDGE. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN Carnegie Corporation Sends Plans For Public Library in This City Will Contribute May Be Started During Cominf Summer S. C. White Lethorns, weekly egg pro- duction 12, total 74. J. and N. Ourr, Lsthbrldge, S. C. W. L., weekly egg production 13, toUl V. Eriesoo, Dunmore, S. C. W. L., 22. weekly egg production 4. total D. P. Oarlyle, Lothbridge, Ths public library tor the city can sow be regarded aft aij accomplished fact, u It referi to the mm ol 000 belnj available for building It as total 139. Boon the plans for Its erection aro EiperlnienUl Station, determined on. This much la made weekly prodaction 49, total 415, evident by the receipt oC a communl- caUon by Mayor Bardie. In this it Is ma'Se clear that the Carnegia Corpora- tion will not Increase the donation be- yond the join o[ This offer. It Is stated, ha> been standing for some time. corporation IB not at present glrlng any money for any libraries, but will honor, as said in communication, the gift to the city alaoe It haa been promised time xo. Tho latter accompanied by blue prints for tho building of the library on the plans approvsd by the Car- negie Corporation for libraries. The bulWlne will accommodate fifty readers easily placed round table, shelves which will hold 'to 4. HAD MORE LIQUOR THAN1 LAW ALLOWS, AND FINK IS RESULT At the city police court, OB Friday morning, John W. Brown was fined with costs, or in default 20 days In jad, (or being unlawfully In pomes- sion of IntoiicatiiiK liquor in quantity exceeding the amount allowed by thu law. Isaac Frnhter was fined It, with costs, or 10 days, for unlawfully hav- ing goods exposed for sale exhibited on toe outside of the store on the side- moro than one .foot (rom the plpgtons, weekly egg production 31, bunding, in contravention of the city Lethbridge, H ilagmussen fiuad with costs, for permitting a team of horsos to stand on Fifth street without bar- ing first secured the said horses by a weight or other means. Uses Cycle of Five Years As May Help Some Tuo Cheque Giren By Bandits Not Cubed by Him, Re- port States Xl.OOO Tolumos. uu.- (rom Information Allowance la made which the Herald has obtained, and It is quite a moot point whether the ProTince will go dry, M far as re- gards the prohibition at inter-jrorin- rial trsde. In February 1st The anticipation hi that it will not be un- til a time after that date. dona in smaller libraries K Lethbridse nolicitor off the rolls. At Thic is In the fact that dona in srnauei lummes. n ___ iv at two of the ballot boies, ra the prohibl- lor the extMwim ot the buildloi to- which it .has er.ry reason to regard wards the end in the rear, if the city a a reliable, that there is a mistaken desire it at a future date. i inference allowed In the report In Thsre will bo a lecture room In the an Edmonton paper u to the appllca. huaemeot which could made a tion on behalf of the Law Soc- Childrea's Room and used for lectures lety ot the Prorince for striking E FEW DAYS GRACE Feb. 1 Dry Proclamation May Not Apply in Votes Just in a plani meet with the approval ot the conclnslon of the hearing, at library committee, tho Commls- monton, the Herald Is given to tie tae and the C. P. H., the building will bo Immediately started. F. Edward's Pen of Barred Rocks Leads in Egg Lay- ing Contest tion referendum, from the far north derstand, JJr. Justice Hyndman in- only reached Edmonton last week. Be- timated that If there any claim fore the Dominion authorities can Is- against the solicitor in question at the sue an order-in-councll prohibiting very most it was purely a civil one. inter-provincial trade it will be neces- He dirl not think that the complaint sary to have the full ballot counted, was one to which the legal profession the order-in-councll coming Into force Act should apply. His lordship, as 30 days after the proclamation. By stated to the Herald, said that he the time remit of the full ballot, de- would have dismissed the application layed through the late arrival of the had not counsel tor the Law Society ballot boxes referred to, is known asked the solicited referred to send forwarded to Ottawa from Edmonton in his account to be taxed. The judge with the order-in-councll to follow, the intimated that If the acconht were, date when the inter-provincial trade more than the fees the solicitor had will be stopped will fall considerably received he would give judgment for the balance. He also intimated that the-solicitor's fees in the case m question were very reasonable. The matter arose from a cheque issued by Bassoft to Doff, which the former claimed had been cashed by the solicitor by substituting hli own name In the place of Doff. The bank manager on which the cheque was F. Edward's pen of Barred Rocks is 'drawn, however, swore an affidavit leading in'the egg-laying contest lie- disproving Bassoff's claim. This the ing conducted by the LethhriclgB Ex- Herald was able to verify, perimontal Station. Mr. Edwards Is The claims made by Bassoff (tad an Edmonton man and one of the Akroff were sworn to in the forenoon keenest poultry men of the west. The of the day In which the two, in com- pen entered by the Experiment Sta- pany with Aulotf, left on tion for record of performance only the train in wnlch the and not for any prizes that may tie hold-op was made at Sentinel, offered, leads the first pen in the con-' test, however, with a record that is most gratifying. The birds entered by the Experiment Station Is a pen STEEL PLANT TO CLOSE SYDNEY, N. S., Jan. tions here point to a closing down of j of 'Barred Rocks, aud their weekly the steel plant within a period of two record is 49 and their total to date weeks. By the last of January 415. The Edwards pen made a record, large orders of the Dominion Iron of 43 for the week and a total ot 355., and Steel company will be exhausted, Ten hens constitute a pen. The con-1 according to an announcement of an test opened November and will': official, continue for 62 weeks. I _. C. A. Crossfleld, manager of the contest, and W. H. Fail-field, superin- tendent of the Experimental Farm, are both well pleased with the response and the performance, being recorded. Lethbridge poultry men, along with others throughout the province, enter- ed their birds and entered into the competition enthusiastically. All this i-i gratifying to the government offic- ials. The absence of entries from tho towns .adjacent to Lethbridge is noticeable. Hagrath, Taber and other points have men who show spmo ex- cellent birds, but none oil them enter- ed the contest. As waa stated above the contest is of a year's duration, which inenns that Interest will increase as the months pass. Although the Edmonton pon has a comfortable lead other pens are slowly comini; np. It is any- body's contest yet. Tae record of ths pens to date fol- lows 1 Fltfures to Date W. Northcott, Beddington, Barred Rocks, weekly pon production 30, total 101. W. A. Praeer, Medicine Kat, Barred Rocks, weekly pen production 11, total 96. C. P. R. Demonstration Farm, Stratbmore, (record of only) Barred Rocks, weekly pen pro- duction 27, total US. Coleman and .Son, Lethbridge, Bar- red Rocks, weefly pon production 20, total 133. W. Daw, Veteran. Barred Rocks, weekly pen production 26, total 144. P. Edwards, Edmonton, Barred' Rocks, weekly egg production 43, total 355. Westbrook Brothers, Lethbridge, Barred Rocks, weekly pen production 20, total 68. after February 1st, BS it applies to Al- berta. In regard to the proclamation there Is a doubt also whether it will come into effect before April 1st, in the fact that there is a bonded ware- house in the city which has a license for the importing of liquor In bond, which doea not expire until March According to a chart whlcli has been carefully prepared, aud if there is anything to a cycle of time, South- ern Alberta .is due for a good rainfall this year. That is to say it will reach the high peak as demonstrated in the consecutive periods of five years dating from In 1906, according to the chart, the rainfall was the1 highest as compared to the three previous years. There was a decided drop from the 1906 record in the four years following un- til 1911, five years after 1906. In 1906 the rainfall went to 22 Inches, drop- ped to 16 Inches In 1907, rose to near- ly 17 Inches in 1908, and went down to 9 Inches in 1910, going up to 21 inches in 1911. There Is pretty well the same experience in the four years fol- lowing 1911, with a rise in the rainfall to 24 Inches In 1916, tho fifth year of the cycle. In the years following the rainfall went down again. The ques- tion Is will the time history of rain- fall repeat Itself when the five year cycle completes Itself this year. Will the rainfall reach and go over the 20 inches mark? If there is anything In weather cycles or in the Rule of Three this should prove the case, and South- ern Alberta is due for a wst year this year. It might be mentioned that, accord- ing to a well known British astron- omer, a comet will in its orbit come in contact with the earth in June, about the 23rd.. It may bo surmised that the Impact will break up the clouds, and- It will act In the capacity of the much talked-of rainmaker. Whatever else It may be, at any rate in regard to aqua pura the chances are strongly in favor of 1921 being a wet year In Southern Alberta. Orlando, Fla., Bricklayers' TJnlon announced a voluntary cut In its wage scale from J1.25 to Jl an hour. H. V. Grainger, Calgary, S. C. R. 1.1 It., weekly pen production 31, total. 826. 0. Jones, Lethbridge, White Wyan-' dottee, weekly pen production 18, total (B. C. P. R. Demonstration Farm, Strath- more, S. C. R. I. R., weekly pen pro- duction 81, total 269. Hnnalta Poultry Yards, Calgary, R, C. Anr., weekly pen production total 180. H. C. Graham, Lethbridge. S.. C.j Anc., weekly pen production 36, total j 24C. Aler Masson, Lethbridge, S. C. A., I weekly pen production 22, total 195. J. Helnta, Lethbrfdge, S. C. A., weekly pen production 12, total 80. P. l-ethhririgo, S. C. A., weekly egg prodnctian 12, total 111 8. H. Ycnnj and Sons, Do Wtatom, A FAIR START! Start right now by patronizing us through- out the year. You are bound to prosper thereby. SATURDAY Per Ib................ Old Country Peppermint, Per Peanut Per Plain Per Peanut Per Salted Per Ib. Per Ib................ Toasted Marshmallows, Per Ib................ Get the C. it. Stuart Food Extracts to flavor their Pure Coloriogs. 25c 25c 25c 40c 40c 40c Pure your Food KEITH'S BRING YOUR SPINE ALONG In the mail for this of- fice came an invitation from a dry cleaning es- tablishment to bring my wearing apparel and get it renewed and reno- tated. In sense of the word that IB Just what happens to your iptae when it is put in align- ment by chiropractic spinal ad- justments. It is renewed and renovated. It put back In running order, and the natural result to health. Chiropractic adjustments are restoring hearth to sufferers from inch seasonable diseases u colds, headaches, coughs, In- Itnonia, toMlllltla, bronchitis ind pneumonia. NO CHARGE Cetiiultatlon without charge or ttollaatlon. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 206 ShirlKk Btoek. phone. 1177 and 1441. O. BOX WO PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Building Third Avunua South If You Feel Fagged and Worn Out- try drinking a glass of warm milk before going to bed. You will be surprised how Quickly you fall asleep and how rested you feel next day. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. "MIXED HENNESEY A WILSON'S BIG ALL AROUND SALE Bargain Event of the QUAKER BREAD MINES ON SHORT TIME Hamilton Mine Is Sold For John Gilmore Ltd. if BrMd. PHONI m. Inspoctor Hisk, of tho A. P. P. has returned after an lRnpeclion trip to the Pass. He states that conditions are very quiet and everything orderly. Miners aru ouly working four shifts a week through lack of coal orders, LADYFALW Cash To Washington Financiers Several Minor Accidents From Same Causer-City Says Not to Blame Miss Gray, who lives with ior broth- er at 1510 4th Ave. N., met with a painful accident last evening about 6 o'clock while -walking down 3rd Ave. The accident occurred near 12th St. Miss Gray, who is a nmldle-agecl lady, lost her footing on the icy pavement, falling on her left side, sustaining a fractured thigh. Passersby discover- ed the lady on the ground suffering greatly. She was carried into the home of J. M. Gilmour, 1208 3rd Ave. S., and medical assistance summoned. Later she was conveyed to the home of her brother on the north side, and ia now in the Gait hospital. Several accidents of a similar na- ture have happened recently despite the sprinkling of the sidewalks with sand. Inquiries made at the streets department disclosed the fact that the city has taken every precaution possible to protect pedestrians. The ice is in a condition over which man haa no direct control, pointed out Commissioner Meech, -and, while the authorities deplored the accident, the city is in no way responsible. Thirty Thousand Cash Will Develop Mine to 2001 Tons Daily A deal has been consummated In tho city yesterday in which a group of Washington state mining men and financiers became solo owners of the 1 Hamilton mine property situated op- psitt> the city, on tho west side oC tho Olil Man river just north of the traffic bridge. The deal Involved an amount totalling and was, a cash consideration, tho investors real- izing handsomoly on tho premium on the American dollar. The gentlemen who purchased the Hamilton property, T. D. Bevans of Spokane, and A. R. Killingsworth, W. D. McNair and A. Van Diest ot Yak- ima, Washington, plun to make the mine produce at least 200 tons of coal a day. It will all be machine mining. the Cox Land Companr, who negotiating with eastern regarding the sale of a large block ol undeveloped coal laud not fu from the city. Tho Washington syndicate aunm Try our SCOTCH OAT CAKES, per dozen 15c FULLY ILLUSTRATFD LECTURE MILLIONS NOW LIVING WILL NEVER DIE. Tbls remarkable lecture has been delivered In all the large ertlaa of America aud Europe. Thousftndv turned away from New York Hip- podrome and Albert Hall, London, Eng. EVANGELIST GEORGE YOUNG, OF BROOKLYN, N.Y. MASONIC HALL, 10TH ST., NEXT Y. M. C. A. FRIDAY, JAN. 14TH, 8 PJIL Auspices ot International Bible Sturlentn' Asaocittlon. 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