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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TV! LOCAL KIWI mm TOO Exrccr ir THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LOCAL KIWI MONDAY. JANUARY 17. 1021 4LBKHTA. PAGE SEVEN Another Big Increase in the Cost Of Farm Implements Announced; Binders Jump From to Jut OIM More Rude Farmers-T-How turen Explain: It Although everyone expect t gen- SIH MARTIN HAHVIY HCRK MAHCH 4 AND S Sir Martin Harvey will ap- pear at Majeetle on March reducUon in prices farmers will ,5. 4 5i tccotrdlng to word called upon to pay an Increase of Delved todar. M to likely twenty-five per cent, on farm imple- ments this year. This will mean that binder that sold in Lethbridge last likely that arrangements will be made to hold a public luncheon In his honor during hii stay In Mrs. Peach Sees 'Dearest Mama" By J. S, K. Dairy Industry Now Dairymen Add Greatly To Wealth of lacreaM in 1920 The dairy of Alberta con- tinued Us steady advance daring 1920. The total value of the prov- ince's dairy products reached 009, a gain of nearly two million and a half dollara over the value of the 1319 ontput. Part of this gala was made up by the Increased price ob- I lalned for these products during 1S20 as compared with the previous year. WANTS NAMI8 OF SOLBIIM POT the pnrpesfl of plactnf to a frame In the auditorium of the O.W.V.A, clob, fornmf a memorial, a call hai beeu sued by the club for of all soldiers from Southern kUM or who died from wounds In the war. received will be placed hi this frame with certain identlnca- tlona. MEN'S MEETING AT 1325 last year will bring 1376 this year. Other are1 uij In proportion. These prices, according to floyd Todd, vice-president of Mere and company, Moline, are an Increase of 91 per cent over 1916 prices, which in an address published In the Cana- dian Farm Implements, were the same as pre-war prices. After pointing out I Mr. J. E .Hodgton, superintendent of "Iwtcher brief- the principal actors anil was the set _ _ _ a street car, ting for many a glorious night tier- Butter, for Instance sold at the cream- barked my shins cm the coal boxes, formance of days gone by. The dark cries at fifty-six and a half ceuts a piled In the entrance and as the car cold body of the where one sits pound compared with the average with its usua) lurch lung my- alone while the players make ready, price of fitly-one and eighty-Severn self forward with a reverse English has all the chlllyneas of the cold grey a pound In 1919. The total pro- no m_____. aiming to seat myself rite side up in dawn of the morning after the night (iuction of creamery butter, however, BEARS FINE ADDRESS the first benches. But with all before. Thre la no buzz, hum or was Increased from pounds I have bad, I missed. I rustling, no warmth, of inter- to pounds last year, a gam In a atrange lady's lap. She est, not even a gnm chewer or a pea- of more than a million pounds. There A very one was given to TUP A nUnlnv ifturnoan hv neavens its me you sat on nut cracker on the horlinn. All you was a slight-falling off in the ontput wiBruuou M4 noj thal dof here me do slt >nd play jack knire wlth yowP of cneege pounds being m; farm product! will go down first. empires, the development of free- dom by parliamentary rule, an4 the development of higher tfcas tie "The cost of commodities that enter Into implement Construction Was I nt ta a. great a. at the pr.ient time The advances that have occurred tBM8 to" the upllft lhe ilnce a year ago ran from nve to race The w by Mr fiiM JEI Sf, K. W. Relkle, mWger of th. Bank teslc material used in implement con- o( commerce. Tnli informal Sunday afternoon has gone up In tho last year as much as It did during the en- tire war period. In addition to this, labor haa advanced 11 per cev-.t., and ell together the Implement cost sit- is such that were It not for the weakness of farm products very sub- stantial advance would have had to be made in the selling price of our said Mr. Todd. "In passing, let me call attention, especially, to the largo increases that the implement industry Is paying In 1920 over 1919. principal among which js the increased coat of pig iron, which is the basic commodity that determines .the cost of implements. The delivered cost of pig iron In 1919 was 129.40, and in 1D20, it was J4.I.05. During the entire course of the war pig iron only went up 109 per cent. The advance in the price of pig iron Estetuire garreya Beiif Cow- dotted With a Tkw to Pro- tect From Over- flow Waters The reclamitkm branch at the fed- eral department of i'de Interior are condwtlBg eitenalve awJ ob- m the north ooutry with view of proridiBr relief mad Dm. tecOon from the overflow waten from la make When the theatre was built the milk products amounted to J7.SS4.7I1 the particularly Leaser Slave mean tne average theatre about one quarter of the value of the Leto. J. 8. Tempest, chief engineer of She smiled and I apoliied. I remark- long shanks and the thoLiin; 1 factured in 1920 aa compared with ed aren't those coal boxes some would make a bronze siurly for.some the previous year. She said, yes Indeed Mrs. one who wanted a model for "Deep: The growth of the dairy Industry Peach they are a terrible nnlsance. Thoughts." I have to rest my chin on: In Alberta during tbe last two yean They enght to try potting them under my and throw other Grecian can fittingly be described as seats, bnt H might Increase'the poses trying to get easy. lions. In 1910 the total value INMNORIH Government Takes Lot Year's Relief Qltfto a Per Ton LOM OB Surplus Hay stared at the eihlMtlon (rounds and owned by the provincial government it in demand. A. Weir, provincial government representative here on agricaltnral said thin morning he sold a car of hay tail to a farmer at Kipp. This hay has been stored since laat spring and some of It cost the gov- ernment a ton f.o.b. Quebec. Thin would ran it well to fifty dollars a ton. Some of the hay stored did not cott more than thirty or thirty-two dollars landed la Leth- bridge. The government ta Mkinaj a ton for thli hay and Is Ing the loss. WELL KNOWN LOCAL----- C.P.R. MAN IS DEAD v By time I had dismounted from ener mmt have been 5 ft. 4 inches. 1920 production. The output of cream- her knee, and said I see you read the when have six feet with legs In ery butter steadily grown from madam. Oh yes, indeed I do, proportion, good nlte nurse! I am pounds In 1912 to more than even Mrs Peaces letters. I Mushed going to take out a 2ml class certificate I four times this qnantlty In 1820. all like Mr. Marnoek when be as a contortionist. I do the most sur- i was re-elected Pres. of the B. of T. prising1 thinga trying to keep from VJM C Jl LEADER PAYS What in vmir nama mariam T m__ __ __ _..f_ ,_x_ lt_ ___ i 1 IjQ r A I O meeting for men la held each week f........B B a', live o'clock In tha T.M.C.A. bnlld-1 I putting my feet over into the next out of some one's! ing and is followed by a atranger't was dumbfounded at her aeat or keep tea to which is invited all young men, lap. who are In the city or away from home, and is part of the Y.M. C.A. social and religious program for men. She introduced us I am the Queer one of the T. O. D. E. sed, Mrs. e Regent of ps., and we CITY A BRIEF VISIT A visitor to tu6 city yofltcrosy wss Finally all the nlavers have arrived1 Mr. Stanley Brent, Territorial Gen- _ "_ ___. Act One tic. with the usual bandying ciVer the late and the reclamation branch, la leaving Edmonton for Ottawa to report on work connected with Ike surveys car- ried on throofhotit Northern Alberta. He wili lay before the lovemmeat the haa m mind and when he returns to Edmonton In April he will be In a position to carry Into ef- fect the projecta agreed upon. Lesser Slave Lake one of the big- rest sources of trouble in the north country extensive. Improvements have been found necessary to keep BOY LIFE COUNCIL TO ELKCT OFFICERS AT THURSDAY MEETING Organization work for the bridge Boy Life Council will proceed at a meeting Thursday night in the nw, Y.M.C.A. During December a of this body was held when it Tand'se'eZ VS? thhpUto who U W. way aai antl see now It hira vnn. _ n u M reheaisal and see how it hits you. familiar to yon In their from the Territorial annual meeting il snap i at war that b let It be Vancouver to the National an- dialogues work through in a finished be held in that city, January 27th style, and with the professional swing and 2Sth. Beas neias ,ini.. t sye, an w e proess n scenario I that is a I got a show of my en those little Peaches ta 1930 over 1913 is another 109 per decided to have associations and we'would like cent, or an amount equal to the total ganizations in the city appoint their of "Dearest Ma Ma." One forgets the extravaganiae; and dreams one has seen on ttrls same play ground and become absorbed in the local ladies and gentlemen goip; through their paces and lines in Secretary for Alberta and B.C. Y.M.C.A. An informal raeet- the board of directors was held 1 the overflow waten. Consider- able damage to property has been canted, by the heavy floods of laat tprlng when Leeter Slave Lake rose, eight feet above IU usul level. The necessity of some protective maasnrea to the property of the settlers, there- fore, la apparent to the Interior de- partment. One of the remedial meamref tug. netted 1 do well indeed, their'iiual meeting at Toronto which Is to ROTARY CLUB HAS ITS OWN BAIRNSFATHER Rotary in Lethbrldge Monday nn- i ares a a on Increase in cost during the war mat- delegates after which officers would ,eave you dnmb th t i uu Mama." It _ 9 If it. don't humorous skit "Dearest covered a local Bairnsfather In the uu be elected. we will take9 a chance Tn tng present day advances 218 per tent, over pre-war prices and 53 per cent, over tha price of last year. "I believe that during the next year there will he a substantial readjust- ment downward in the price of pig I Tbe Religious Educational Council j we ain't taking no chances, with oar Iron and those highly finished steel Friday night appointed Mr. B. L. Pet- costumes. It's amateur, local This council It a clearing house for'the rest of the weak-minded populace a "P at the luncheon in the Y.M.C.A. by Ideas for the handling of the boy life We think It's pretty good, hut we are of the city to tbe best advantage to' putting B on In the dead of whiter, the boy, the city and the country. I when eggs 'are at was interesting to the person of Rotarian Boh Barrowman. entertained his fellow members Jhe i assure you It will prove drawing a few sketches of some of spent hour to those who the members. His work was appre- ciated, even by the victim a. Act Twe products, such as toft centre steel, disc harrow and coulter blades, and all other commodities in which the advances have inordinately high. I do not expect, during this period, that any considerable reduction will be made in the price of common steel bars. The U.S. Steel Corp. has al- ready taken the Inflation out of this commodity and reduced It to the pre- sent labor he continued. In a table showing percentage of In- creases bf material used In the con of farm machinery it Is pointed out that Bessemer steel bars increased 95.7 per cent, between 1915 and 1919 "and the following year the Increase amounted to 105.8 per cent. The Incn (.1 per Ceni. iruu uurm ill j 1919 had increased 100 per cent, over the 1915 prices and In 1920 the In- crease was 188.1 'per cent over 1915. Disc harrow bues Increased from 1115 to 153.4 pei> cent In the ive-year period the Increase wat 210 per cent. Pig iron Increased 109.5 per cent, from 1915 to 1919 and In 1920 ley and Rev. T. D. Jones aa their and hamettei. The flrst surprise Is that neither Very little business was brought uq. Colin MacKintosh gave a report Richard Htncks nor Frank Wadding, g ing that Lethbridge may be repre- on the council. I I said, how ranch are you going to ton ars the boards. One klmojf sented at the annual gathering of The meeting will commence at S nick me. If I to. She oh If yon '3 alt to understand how this Rotary in Fort William in March by Services were held Monday after- noon in Fetterly's over the remains of Robert Conklm, who died during the week end In Van Haarlem after twelve weeks there. Since 1912 Mr. Conklln hai heeu well known aa an employee of the C. P. R., running on the Southern Al- bertan division. He was a prominent member of conductors lodges and way highly respected hy his fellow em- ployees. leaves his wife and adopted daughter, a brother, Dr. John Conklm. Winnipeg, a sister, Mrs. James Mc- Michael of Winnipeg and J. D. Conk- lin of Toronto. Deceased was married In 1907. His remains will be hurled In Spokane. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS ORGANIZE A CLUB Modeling Itself after the Rotary Clnb, boy students at the Lethbrldge high school have organized a club. the removal of the old wing' The first meeting was held last Tours- dams giving a freer outlet for the lake.' day and it Is hoped to have luncheons It is possible also that a new subsi-' every week. Prominent sneakers win diary channel may be cut hi the flnt be obtained to address the meetings half mile or so of the Lesser Slave to give an educational turn to the river to be controlled by gates and program. At the meeting last week V Fair- to be called into use when the waten reach a dangeroua height Will Drain Lakaa to proceed with and likely to be com- menced next summer are the Wina- garni and Cygnet Lake schemei. Mr. Tempest bairn told of the organiiatlon of a sim- ilar club In Calgary. Following Among the other projects now ready kthe officers of the local club: wade Kidpath, presldint; I. Dennon president; B. Farrow, treasurer; F. o'clock sharp. wfll take a chance on living through it, why we will let yon in free. Does continually identified with that Include amusement tax? Sura performances" for years. _. ,T ,een a.tlee11 niembers. Two havej tor beginning work early in the drainage Marrt, secretary. The following were that elected eonvenon of C both thene hikes have been, fully tur- Sandciuiit, lunch committee; A. Ham- veyed and that everything It ready llton, program committee; A. Altkan, "amateur, given assurance of going and thirteen others will do their best. Such an POKER PLAYERS NABBED she answered. Well I'll try anything Tne patrons Friday nieht will meet! attendance would give Lethbridge a EARLY MORNING j serving '.assistance, m go yon 50-60. wlfe' bossed by "Dearest A raid hi the early hours of Sunday nl my OWD She told me Roy Kelvell. -her husband, morning by the city police found a tha 'Newlyweds Prln Ings the bachelor party of nve poker players, with Mike had: to disembark at my corner njKMnd- Boychuk running the game, at 10S6 then- Embark and disembark, I al- Then Mrs. Conyheare puts over Ninth Street, StaBordvllle. The Ms8 those in, the winter Dearest Mama In finished style, she party appeared at the city police court wnen speaking of riding the "le 'east for a while. on Monday morning, with Boychuk 3treet cars- n Is expressive an to Minnie Hazell. a merry widow. flned with co.ts, for being the to your _shlns._ They ng e se In 1920 over 1919 was keeper of a gambling joint and each get eoing or coming. No won- of the Bara si t. Common Iron ban In of the frequenters, all foreigners, fin- coal painted red. G.eo- a.memlne. hubby a uncle ____ __ _ MH _AJ tit. naat noAva. la at least three new performers. chance at the attendance prize Miss Dorothy Edwards, playing the] Harry Meech brought up the qnee- tion of a fair for Lethbrldge next year and requested tha Rotary Club to; consider conducting the midway. No j action was taken outside of receiv- ing the request. Rotarians were pleased to see Mn. Scott back In the "Y" kitchen again. An invitation wat received from the Medicine Hat Rotary Club for school, members from Lethbrldge to attend A large area of good fanning promotion committee. ed tlO each, with costs. In the same court the domestic' differences between Mr. and Mm. red. good. the cast. Oeorge la always Paul Bower of Toronto, employed com-1 a mtnistret show being put on by the on the Hydro canala at Niagara Wit. cide. land will be opened np In each case" boys. It IB the intention of the reclama- tion branch to continue Ha survey In other parts of the province and In northern Saskatchewan, the hitter forming a part of the Held covered by Mr. Tempest and hit staff. Full la- strurtlons for the season's operations will be patsed after the turvey fig- ures now going forward have been looked Into. A demonstration of three m IB up- per berth was given by four Teila her i zlnk- ror f PjwW "Dearest Mama" Included turn." To her uncuHlvatea that -i. tie program. Mrs. Peach Is off on ,the com: a of discoyery attending the forced down the throats of lewaparer reading pnnlle. Then for the increase was 218.7 per cent, orw I 'or taaecent at- Pernle bonsplel. So she Jumped at f 1915. Malleable Jumped 160 per "man. was remand- the chance of seeing the local Jno. to ,s cent, from 1915 to 19191 and In 1920 a unl" lae Mia Marlowes In action a Ti the jump over the five-year period was 263.6 per cent. Yellow pine In 1915-1919 period Jumped 87.5 per cent, and in 1920 the Increase was 175 per cent, over 1915. 4- PLACING THE CITTt SCHOONER CREW 18 TAK1N OrF ST. JOHNS, Nfld., Jan. reaching here are la the effect that the crew of the schooner Elsie Cork- um, abandoned at sea while creating scrap over who would write the Atlantic laden, was taken ofl ______......ctlon a "Mra- Tami Peacn" article for the Dy the steamer H-crinspool and land- before the date of the big show magailnes, that was the finishing, at Waterfnrd Ireland. A rehearsal Is a strange and weird touch. thing at best. I have seen a few The There are 24 balloonlsts left Leth- blank bleak yawning stage, with Its Dri''Ke 'or Ferrle bonspiel. Up In the Medicine Hat Rotarians there oa January 21 and 22. was Instantly killed. Cotton duck, VI inch, No. S In the four year period jumped In price 162.5 per cent, and In the five-rear period the Increase wat 258.5 per cent. Labor Increased 110.08 per cent, from 1915 to 1919 and in 1920 the tit crease over 1915 was 133.32 per cent MANY FARM MEN AND WOMEN FROM SOUTH TO CONVENTION, EDMONTON WAR TROPHIES "Bd wings, remind one ?'r' there will be no .craps over ___22 r of an empty whiskey case with its the division of the spoilt. Six events, ..The war trophies which the the Ww So-rt.0" eaC" v Yours truly, MRS. .LAMA PEACH. The following delegates from the south country passed through the city today for the U.F.A 'and U.F.W.A. conventions at Edmonton Bennion, George Bailey, B. Bradshaw, I. Sabey, Clif- ford Whitt, C. V. Harris, Bryan Mel- drum, Earl Holman, John Olbb, Har- very Amdt, George Mlnnion, Mn Fred Bradshaw, Mrs. Ike Sabey, Mrs. Oeo. Bailey. Mrs. J. Brown, Mrs. Cliff Whltt, Mrs. Ed. Hocking, Mrs. Afton Keeler, Mrs. George Mlnnion. U. Allred, Wm! Redd, T. O. King, Arthur Dahl and Mrs. Carr. H. Spademan. K, Stuti and John Archibald. LETHBRIDGE ISOLATED SUNDAY; WIRES DOWN Lethhritlgo waa isolated over Sun- day from telegraphic communication with thu coast and with points east of Including that city. To- day business moving to the east and the west. At Olacier a snowsllde on Saturday night took away the coast wires and on Sunday a big storm just west of WlBBinec stopped all communication. city at present have are to he added to by another German Tnls le tne contained. gun, a gun carriage, and a llm- her which are now on their way. The actual site for the guns has not yet been deter rain- ed on. It is considered that a very appropriate one will be the centre of Gait Oardent, with the four guns placed at each corner. This centre Is raised and will give the guns a prom- inent position. It IB understood however, that.tbe veterans "wish to have two of the guna to be placed outside their club. o rox MO PHONE Mil Income Tax Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINCtKS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 1-4 Acaaie Third Avenue South QUAKER BREAD John Gilmorc Ltd. takers of Quaker Bread. PHONE STB, A Worthy Purpose Yes, our'Home-Made Bread has a worthy pur- pose. It brings health and strength and a meal- time satisfaction to the folks who partake ot It dally. One slice calls for a loaf; one loaf 1'orrni! a habit. KIRKBY'S IMPORTANT BOOKS A good one for the Citizens' Committee, "CITY MANAGER IN DAYTON" THE RIGHT BOOK FOR CUTION1STS AND DE- BATER8, "BELL'S STANDARD ELOCUTIONIST" A NECESSITY FOR EVERY AUCTION PLAYER, THE NEW LAWS OF 1920 "AUCTION METHODS UP TO DATE" BE YOUR OWN LEGAL ADVISOR. "DIGEST OF CANA- DIAN MERCAN- TILE LAW" 1320'Revised Edition. McKinley Sheet Music Whitaker'i Almanac Twentietk Century Book Store USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich yellow custards. Scraps of meat, vegetables, fish. etc.. served with a milk sauce assume an appearance and a taste which Is simply deloct- able. Crystal Dairy Phone LIMITED WELDING BROKEN AXLES is a simple talk for ua. Oood remlti are absolutely certain If the work le properly done, and It will be If yon entniit at with the Job, an re- store any axle to IU original Mrenctk and flexibility, to that It will bear loads tor which It vat Intended. Get our welding estimate today. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opptelte LathhrMfji _ Have YOD Heard of the Town of Sport? The town of Spurt ia on the banks of the River Speed, so we are informed by the poet, and he tells us too, that work to the inhabitants of Spurt is merely play, and so on and on. Whenever work is mere- ly play is because health is good and pep plenti- ful. The bod; )i i machine and the chlrepractor la the master mechanic who keeps It In run- ning order. Every now and then you should drop In on your chiropractor and get your spine analyied. Don't wait, to be lick It Don't wait to be for health. Health, le your beet Invettment. Chiropractic adjustment! are reetoring hMltb to nutferen from men dlaeatee coldi, conght, hi- Boenia. tonsllMtla, broLchWa Md pneumonia.T NO CHAHQI It wltheut chtrw or obHtetteo. HYMUM JUNV. SMITH A SMITH ;