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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Head's Page of Live Local News ttbe; 2LetbbdbQe "Berate All The Local News Where You Expect It THURSDAY, JANUAIIY 15, 1920 LETHBR1DGE. ALBFFVTA. HAOfc Lethbridge Northern Nears Stage For Bond Election Not u minuiu is leiiig wasted in posf completing tho various steps nocua- _ will to guarantee the bonds. This .__ ._____ --__ Uiken op by thri legislature. law to set tho oJ tbui an! oonslderlos the widespread later- Northern Irrigation DU-! csi throughout. Iho province In the i.. it.- irrigation moveriuewt. there does cot appear to bo much Joubt tbat the lofils Ware n-lll rtliiy tho guarantees ask- ed. Thii win ba cms ot the moil im. portant e! belora the prorlnclil home at tlia cession Irlct !ii aharjQ to go before the laiuro Ibis winter to ask a guarantee or Iho bonds c( (ha project, said Chairman Crofts 'of the truateo board of (ho district In conversation vritb tho Herald on Thursday. Mr. Crotu (s Terr optimistic over the progress I which opens nwath, lor. the de- being eislou iu the case of the Lfitbbrldge district's application for matter'. Northern will pave tho way for other riitit tram the Old Mnii Hirer in uow being advertised. The last advertise-1 but fo- not oily I u Southern Alberta a large project which is be- men! will lie inserted neit woefc: M-ting considered between the Ucd Deer lo.wing Ilila we will have to wnit forjaud tho rivers In tho two weeks. Thon tho assessment no- northeast of Ibo province. ticea, tho roll of which is now being prepared tjr Mr. Dunning, will be dUtrlbutcd, following which we will in a position to hold Ihe election on tho.uiuucy bylaw. If this carries, aa 1 snre It will by as largo r. majority as did "the election on Iho formation of the district, we will havo our bonds iasucxl, all ready to go be- lore the legislature." 1 Rtady Then for Legislature Hy lhat time Mr. Oenrg'G G. AnJer- son, .tho government's consulting on- gliicer, have uiado his report to the government on the feasibility the project, and as lie has already in- Llnlnj Up Contractor! Crofts that not only is Iho district urging ever? step In getting tho bonds ready lur acllou by tho legislature, but _they aro busy lining up various iarso' con- tracting concerns. 1-ire contractors, ill with large outfits, are Eluiiylng tho details of the undertaking now. Those claim headquarters all Iho way from Toronto to Vancouver and .Seattle. Mr. CroftB slates that In any negotiations with theso firms tho trustees will in- sist that farmers living in tuo area of conatriiQtfon bo given first chance to put their teams at work, so that, it timatcd that the plan Is feasible In [they wish, they may earn as much ot every reaped, the government will ha i the cost of construction within in a position 'to entertain the pro- (district as possible. the BANK CLEARINGS Hank clearitgs for this iveck were as compared with for the corre- sponding week last year. DISTRICT COUKT CASE OVER 1'ASTUKING CATTLE II was n case ot tlie word ot one farmer agalusl that of another and Ills and a third, over a claim (or lha pasturing of cuttle, which Judge Jack eon had to decide on in tho district court on The parties lu the casc'belong to St. Hilda. Thomas claimed the sum of. from AUhur and Margaret Gilder and Frank C'allerton for pastur- ing twelve head of cattle for five months, from May 6th to October 6th, at tho rato of per head, per month, he stated the de- agreed to pay. Defendants their part denied the indebted- ness, saying that they only agreed to pay for the pasturing at the ol (2.50 per head for tho season. amount- Ing to which sum (hey offered to pay and tendered the plaintiff be- fore the action was brought. Drove Off'Cattle i The plaintiff In Ills evidence Elated that 1he agreement was as ho affirm ed and that ho had made frequent applications for payment from the de- endants who had bought tho cattle rorii him but asked that the stock be Mowed to remain so that they could e shipped once the quarantine was fted. One day ho sav; the defendants !do in on horseback and drive awGy he cattle. Ho started after them and amc up to Gilder, .asking him for ayinent of wn'at was due to him. Gil- er. he Elated, pulled oiit a cheque ook and proceeded to write a cheque vhicli he tore up' and s'taried writing nother. Witness considered lhat liis was a ruse to gain time so that lie other two defendants could get with the entile. second cheque was made 'out and hanuai him, and he found that it: V'as. (or ?30, vheroupon ho refused it. Gilder look cheque back saying that. If. ho vouid not lake it he would not pay lim anything. His iionor gave judgment for tlie ilaintlff for the .sum .of jr. S. "iIcArthur appeared for (lie plaintiff, ind C. 15. Cameron for .the. defendants. P. 0. CLOCK FIVE MINUTES SLOW; CONFUSION CAUSED Commissioner Freeman Re- ceives Many Assurances From People There Annual Meeting of Ihe Local Congregation cers Elected 'The janniial congregational meet- hig of tiie First naptisl church was held on Wednesday evening, the Hlli, at 8 o'clock. Tho annual congregational supper served in the church by tlie ladles in their usual -entertaining find gen- erous manner, and between -fifty ami sixty persons sat don-n to the tables. At S o'clock the members Jackson the auditorium, whera the regular busi- ness meetjng was held. Reports -wore read.from ail.the.departments and or- gahizations of the church and all gave evidence of progress 'being closed for the year with a baianco on hand. Tho church sc-lf-supportfeg1 and Applica- tions for Citizenship Papers Examination of 40 Questions To quality for Iho' granting c naturalization papers under the was never In a belter position to_do act> for applicants to go (hroiigh ft catechism in'tlie %spay o questions put .tlie -learned judgi .T'LVilSSS1. elCCled 'hC Questions such as "What arc the nin real aggresslvs work than today. The members are hopeful and optfrnlsUc and the outlook ?i r> The Dlaconate-B. c n Snydcr. ot lhe l.Hwrord, J A. Foanl, S. (he 0( nVho i Jaines Faulkner. ltho premier ot and so ou clerk-R. K A hnson. ares3Urcr-J. A. Pozard. Pinnnco G. Porter, J. A. Fozard, H. K. Ailinson. Wil- son, A .W. Aldous, D. W. Inman, wllh ono to be named by lhe Dbconate. Trustees D. McKlnnou, T. H. Keith, A. L. Hbssa. E. Ailinson. chairman; A; C. Virtue, Byron Datoc. Prank The proposal as to the bus to con- nect (he village ot Hardicville with the car line terminus on TiiirteeniU St. as previously published In the herald, has attracted much attention imonB tho residents a', llardievllle, and Freeman has re- ceived mauy 'phone messages 'avoring the plan. It remains for the justness men of the ciiy, whom tho (acuities for access to Ihe city will, by means ot the bus, be given to Iho people of Hardievillo who are io do business In tlnj city, to atc with Commissioner Freeman It they desire, to get the scheme going. This will racan their U'ililngneas to guarantee- any deficit that may be caused in a plan by which they will heuctit. The bus it hirc.l will cost a niontit to cnn. Should Ihe plan nia- Considergblo complaint is being made by tlie citizens ow- ing to their missing the street in that these run accord- Ing to the tlinft denoted by the post office clock and not by Iho Cl'.R. time. For the last three days the H. O. clock has been five minutes alow, it is staled, and wouicl-'ho passen- gers arriving at the corners at which the cars arc due at tho time by their watches, not see- ing them there, proceed to walk. Further, tho school chil- dren who the cars are late (or school, in lite cars running on the- alow p. 0. clock time and lie schools on the G.IMt. lime. A CHEQUE AND ALLEGED GAMBLING TRANSACTION A. cheque and an alleged gambling transaction played a part iu rho dis- Uriel court on Wednesday afternoon. iwlth George Cotaras as plaintiff and H, Corenblum as defendant. There was nothing in the ot the "tug- of-war" whlfh is said to come when meets Greek." iu lhat neither the plaintiff nor his counsel. Mr. :Hendry. appeared in court when the' was known as the Club, where of said cheque claimed the gum oC 520U. The defendant dented that she was tlio drawtr cit the rtieiue anil all Iho statements of the plaintiff. By" way of furllaT detente, shu stated that 1C she was the drawer o' the cheque, which was not admitted but denied, the said cheque was given by Rudolf Corenbluin. her husband, to George Cotaras in it gambling transaction ami for iiieKul consideration, all ot whleli was known to plaintili. he having ac- cepted the same from Ihe said Ceorgo Gekas who was then conducting vrhat was called aud It was accord- ingly dismissed by his honor. In Ihe f tatemeut of claim the plain- lift claimed against the defendant as a drawer of a cheque for drawn Jon tho Standard Bank. pay- lablo to c-asa, find which was endoi'sed holder, end given cheque was duly. presented for payment and payment The plaintiff as holder Jl Jobn Gekas, the U lithe plalntirr. Tho c! was stopped. GERMAN COMMUNISTS ISSUE MANIFESTO to en '.G, ,tf tirlalize, ,u is proposed to use it bo- Iween times on a tlircuE'u Ihe N'o..S wlipro the live some illstancp from the car lines briag ihom there easily. BERLIN, Jan. A Co mm un- lit manifesto iseued today the Immcdlatt election of tlonary emptoyees' councils in all Industrial establishments. tho said gambling, sho alleged, Riu carried II. Osllund was for lhe defence. The wealthy Turk is seldom at his wlte's dinner table. Ho usually dines fu a part of tho house remote! from that occupied by his vife or wives, and hia companions aro gener- ally hEt; eldt'r sons and perhaps some male friends. DENY GERMANY.......... AGREES WITH RUSSIA BERLIN, Jnn; wireless to denial was made today of reports that Ger- many had concluded an agreement with Soviet Russia. by Ills honor nnd have to ntly nnsworcd. In all Jndg Jnckson has some JO. qneotlons pre- pared which he puts lo lhe varlotti individuals who conic up before him lo obtain naluralizntton papers. Recommended At tho district court, on Wednes- day, tho following were put through their examination nnd, coming out recommended for II. Snyder, Gco. I.nwford Inaluralizal on: Joseph Sires, of Sunday school Buperinlcndcnt for Fto u. s. cittol ,J Cau. Iho First church, A. G. Virtue, and Tor tho uth Avo. Fnulknor. In .Alosander Donovan, of ANNUAL MEETING POULTRY ASSOCIATION i-burcb, Jamos jtetlaw, U, s. citizen, caMo to Canada In 1314; Edwin Elsworlh, Hussian, of Del Honita, U. S. citizen, came to Canada in 1008; I.udwlg Schmidt, of nurdelt, Russian subject, came to The Poultry Association will hold Canada from U. S. in 1012; Archie Aaron Coulter, o! Maybutl, U. S. Dili- is meeting In the Board ot Trade to Canada in m3; Mill 1 tlilding on Monday ne.U S p.m.'Allt'ml' schullCr {j. 8. citi- ?i Pi'. I i in zen, came to Canadn In 1S10; Mary lai eatherinB at Klrkby's at 9 p.m. 0[ u. 'E. clt( J-.very member is urged to be present. Mll( Mme ;n W2. U Is Inleresllng to know lhat CASE UNDER THE SOLDIERS' RELIEF ACT in the argument over tho nppllca- linn of tlio Soldiers' tlclief Act which look iilaco Judgo Jackson yes- terday, in Iho case ot Bceinan vs, iiaaraiisscn, as It affected the Statute of Limitations, hia honor held that tho liolnt raised by Mr. Palmer an to the acl cutting both'ways'did nof liolit in law. Thfl case will therefore come up tor hearing on Monday next. in tho case of four of tho parties there arc J3 children under 21 years. An application tor naturalization in tho case, of Howard tie of Cards- ton, was refused In that ho was not present. F Liniment, Kept Handy, .Takes the Fight Out of Them, I.OSHINO nrouml in the wot and Ihen tho dreadod xSuggestion Made That Porche of Residence Llghied on Rate Olnyo ,yor Ilariilo lias a hrillt.inl Idea Tho adjective Is uscii advisedly li that it Is to make Iho city brilllan sclstlcn, neuralgia are promptly re- ISnvcil. Keep a bottle hancy ail lime. (Id olio loiitiy It you've run nut Of Sloan's Unlmfnt. All 70c, ?l.4D. (Mado In Canada.5 Sloan's and this ns an asscl to the ciiy i fully sensed by tho mayor. To those Installing the porch li a fiat electric light rate will bo glvei Independent ol the account for tic consumption. This will run to cents a month. There will o! court bo Ihe cost of Installation, which wi run lo nboul J3 and which the housi holder will have 10 hear, or 11 li Hint lhe city will consider a plan fo [meeting halt of Iho cost, Peps provide a new treatment fof coughs, colds Ind lung (roubles. They are little tablets made up from Pine extracts and medicinal essences. When put Into the. mouth these medicinal tnts turn into healing vapors, which arc breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubci, The Peps treatment is direct. Swallowing cough mix- tures Into the stor-iacli, io cure and disorders In throat and lungs, is Indirect. I'eps are the trentmeot of cotds and their price is within the reach of alt. All dealers, box. Send Ic. (or FREE TRIAL PACKAGE. LadiesKeep Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum For One Week Only WE ARE SELLING ALL OUR HIGH GRADE Varnishes .IN ANY SIZE AT A DISCOUNT OF If you are wise, get busy be- fore Iho price taltcs li lace.' Wellington Bros SHERLOCK BUILDING M .ARLOW'S EAT ARKET If you Jeslre service, quality and satisfaction in meats open your account with us for 1820. Delivery to any part of the ;Ity. All phone orders given personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 Reprints Have advanced six cents u copy. This means that the price will eventually bo Wo Isave hundreds of choice fitlps still at 85c Intending buyers should con- sider the advantage In making a selection ivhile tho price is com- mendable. THE. TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE S14 4th Ave. Phone 613 K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS NEW SEASON'S CALIFORNIA PRUNES 20-30, per pound 10 30-40, pec pound 45e; 10 50-60, per pound, !0 00-70, per pound, 10 Ibs............................ These prunes lire ;ill first quality and the prices are rieht. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY King llcach or Quaker Green Oage antl Red Plum Jam. Per 4 lb. pail....................'..... 92c CASH AND CARRY UnpHted Peaches, per 25c; 10 Ibs.......................jj.25 Extra F.incy Evaporated Peaches, per lb., 10 Ibs. U.bby's Spinach, Zy2 lb. tin, ench 30c Libby's Sweet Potatoes, per tin, each............... 20o and 37c Red Feather Buckwheat Flour, per package 22c Own Soap, box................................. 35c infant's Deiight Soap, per box 30c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 I AUCTION SALE WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Tomorrow, Friday, January 16th AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERS, WILL SELL, AS ABOVE, A CONSIGNMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Ami cftecls including: Splendid PIANOFORTE IN CASK by Stanley; very tine SIDlCUOAItl) IN QUARTERED OAK, having four hovelled mirrors in hack and glass fronted cupboard; B-lcggcd dining table with five extension leaves; splendid BCI o! C DIfiING ClIAIna IN FUMED OAK with lealher seats; very heavy mission oak arm ,chatr with loose lealher cushion seal; well built WAHDHOBE; handsome ?146 DINING SUITE IN FUMED OAK, coravrisinB buffet, round extension tnblo nnd act ot chnlrs in new condition; NEW EXTENSION with mattress; (intension lounge wllliont mattress; very solid small size snunre table; VBKV HANDSOME DIIASS BED, satin ribbon finish com- -ploto willi coil spring and felt mattress; solid oak morris rocker with lapcstry covered cushions; "Vista" talking niachino; 35 .1 ft. 6 in. bed and spring; 4 tt. kitchclHable, good as now; rockci; clcclrlc reading lamp; auto harp; 5 tennis flour 'bin; small fringed mats; trunk; screen; pastry hoard; quantity sealers; WESTERN TREASURE 6-holo range; washing machine; (JAS 1IKATER small tlzo; 1IEAUTIFUL "MEI.OTONB" TAt.KINa MAGHIND In fumed oak, cabinet equal to now; 20 SILK BLOUS15 LENGTHS, Jina mnny smaller Items. TERM3CA3K PHONES GOODS INTENDED FOR THIS SALE RECEIVED UP.T1LL NOON FRIDAY "WADDINOTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" r Warvtfal W-a-r-m-t-M! WARMTH III tU> WARMTH 11 tlmt'j whal THERMO. OENE U--A liftht, drv. i medicated wool, in BURNS' DANCE To Be Held in G. W. V. A. Club Rooms on January 23rd 1920 G.W.V.A. 5-PIECE ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDA1TF Admission per Couple invitations by Phoning 372 Federal Emergency Appropriation for Fx-members of the Forces This l-'iiud Is being administered by tho CnimiHfin pAtrlollc Fund. The territory covered by the I.othbrMgo Branch has tho following bound- aries. ami Ulllc Uow Illvcr. Uoiindnry. lElaiid nnd Foremost. i, West--.Monarch nnd UIooil Hotcrve, Clslinf upon this l-'uncl sro solely h.ised upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT durins the months of December, 1915, January, Kcbrunry and Mnrch, 1MO. IJc'orn nppllcnllanj ate ollrihlo tor consittoration Applicants must secure a Certificate from the authorized representative of the Depart- ment cf Soldiers' Civil (bolhurldBC This notion Is inserted by Iho bMlibr'dM ilratioh ot tho Canadian Patriotic Fund who will npnreclati: Iho bringing to Ihclr nollcc, by any- one fcnowins the circumstances, cases apparently oilglblo for financial aid. Write or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (Lethlirklgc llrnnch) Koom 203 Sherlock 701 NOW. Is a good sec About disposing of youi PELTS and FURS A slrong'mavkct prevails al present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO, DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRES3; 320 6th STREET S. P.O. BOX S Service Counts, Too! Docs it mean anything to you to know thai your driver will call as usual? It lliwe are children depending on lira milk it is certainly worth n lot to them lo have pure, fresh milk delivered regularly, Crystal Dairy Limited ;