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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Hernld's Page of Live Local News Ifteraib All The Local New. Where You Expect It 3 TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1920 LK'i U13U1DGE. AI.UL-'UTA. MOTHER OK WELL KNOWN CITIZEN DIES IN CITY OF 1 SUCCESS OF THE Breeders of All Classes of Poul- try Were Represented at the- Enjoy- able Time The poultry fraternity of the city Inauguraled what is intended lo Lu ho fiist of a series in banquet following' the tho fiist of a series in the shape of 1 1 annual The man Lcnreon, wlth lha criminal assault on 'Mrs. KVunk Soares, of Calgary, aud who has been In the Leth- brldgo Jail, won conveyed lo C'alEary on Saturday to staud trial. The death took place on Monday nleht In the Van Haarlem hospital ot Mrs. Mary McUorvle, widow of tc-ti iaio Archibald McCorvle. Tho Mrs. McCorvIo was the mother ot Ar- ehlo 'McCorvic1, of the city, wboai she had been staying with on a visit dur- ing tho lust two inuDlhs. She came to Lothbridge from Irvine, where she had been living with her ECU, Kdward, on his ranch. Tho deceased has left lo mourn her loss, threo sous. Archie, of I.ethbrldge; Kdward, of-Irvine; James, of Vancoj- ver, and one daughter, Annie, of Cliti- Death was due to hf.art Is Dead I.ETIIBIUDGE FIKST REPORTED MISSING NOW PRESUMED TO HE DEAD foctlonery parlors on .Monday night. Tho gathering was a representative cue of the members of the local Poul- try Association, and there was a fine convivial and friendly spirit displayed There wag much that was edifying In; Ihc chorl addresses and remarks made anO very helpful to the future activi- ties of the association. With J. II. Weslbrook. president ot the ugRochitlou, acting as loastmus- ter. things went with a swing and ihe proceedings wore enlivened by tho f otiga of Mr. Brlc-rly, who showed that ha could slug as melodiously as tho slnKtiiE canaries ho breeds as a side-i line to tho breeding of prize While ajul Columbian Wyandottes. Mr. Lis- ter, ot While Orpington, llnff and: fame, gave n ?.est to the eit- lertahimeul by his recitations and j funny stories. Aa befitting a gather- ing of poultry fanciers, chicken gnup! f.nil chicken, served up in delicate ASKEimOBE Uusiness Men tined Up Well for the Home Service Cam- paign of Ihe Salvation Army PIONEER LETHBRIDOE PUBLISH- HR FA83E3 IN CALIFORNIA Word has beea-received In this city of Ihe death In San D'ego. Calif., of Mr. E. Sounders .one-time pub- lisher ot tho LethbrlJgo News, Leth bridge's first newspaper. Many tho older residents will well rcmesr-b Mr. anl Mrs. Sauuden; and exte Mrs. Saunders the deepest sorrow la her Mr. Satinders came with the'Bret de- tachment ot the H. X. W. M. P. to be stationed at Macleod and remained In this ceryice until 18S3 he Joined Jlr. C. E. D. Wood In establishing the Macleod Claiette. He remained with this paper until ISSn when he decided lo establish a. paper In The News was started after many difficulties had OTTAWA. Jan. The following casualty list issued today: Infantry Previously wounded aud now presumed to have died: J. liichardton, Calgary. Artillery Previously reported mlsslnK, now presumed to have died: Gunner S. Pc- trisky. Leihbrldfcc. Alta. Important Gathering to be Held At Announce- ment From Premier been experienced In securing the nee-' Mr. N'orman Mecleoii. secretary of Southern Albfrta Wool Growers' essaiy equipment. It being usoclailon, lias received the gratify- to trhe the plant by bull train from rewa the balance of the locai Fort Beaton, Montana. While conduct- been sold through tlio Cunn- ing this paper be established the Pin- cher Creek Echo supervising tho pub. (From a Staff CAJyUARY. Jau de velopments in Irrigation In Southern Alberta may take place here afcernoou. Premier Stewart lo here. Hon. A. J Mcl-ean Is coniln; down from Eimonton on the afternoon j train. Hon. Duncau and lion IChas. Mitchell, are comiuB on from Medicine Hat; Geo. (J. Anderson, con suiting ewlneer, has lust completed his report the physical possibilities of the l.e'hbridga Northern and hand- ed it lo the government, chairman CroftR and meinlcrs of the board of tho Lettbrtdge Northern are also here anil an infonnal conference TV 111 be held lonlcht or tomorrow morning to discuss the whole proposition. I em not iu a position as yet lo make any suld Premier diau o operative Wool Growers' Asso- Stewart to Ihe Herald." We have not elation ut Toronto. This Included settled our jwllcv yet." medium staple and closing giadcs -------------------------1 Hiiuii ieu me ui-imiri'igu that were left Rll "rejccto11 and A splendid line-up of business men Concentrated attention on Iho The sale notified shows that the whole' An Oklahoma city lawyer say's for tho Salvation Army Homo Service i Pincher Creek Echo. Here ho mini-1 Alberta clip of 1919 has been no-.v dls- pestiferous friend bothered him llcallon ot these tiro papers nntll 1005 when he' left the Lethhrlngo News To Deal With Problem of Deep ening of Inland Water- ways In taking on the duties of Chief of Police, Mr. Glllesple considers that he will be able to manage with a force of eight men to In- clude the night clerk. This It the present constitution of the police force proper, caused by the addi- tion to it of men who had prev- iously been on It and who been given their Jobs back on re- turn from overseas. Tho basis of the police force when the amalga- mation of the police and fire de- partments took place was force of eleven men, made up of five policemen and six firemen. Of 'late, since the temporary addition of returned men, only two firemen have been on active duty with the police force: NO CLUE OF MRS. CARNILL'5 ASSAILANT Though the city and the A.P.P. are busy on the Job, no clue has so far been obtained of the where- abouts of the perpetrator of the outrage on Mn. Walter Carnill. has each block allotted to men to be his time between western coast DOT'S' sold will be very satiefactory to I canvassed and there Is no doubt fit all hls tnt-rests In Ihe Pincher local breeders. The 191S clip thnt that district will turn in excel- district, spending ihe preator pirt of (allied the sum of fl.7QQ.OOt. his tlnio at the Coast In miest of bet- ier health. It will he Interesting to I Deep lent results and the hopes of the com- An important communication tis It aro niimlns high that the oh- appetizing form, formed a feature affects tho Wast has been received by wm DQ rcaeheil In spite of tho .many know that dnrlns the years, o; an excellent menu. the city council from Ihe Canadian wcaihcr conditions during the Mr. Blunders residence In Water Association, Windsor, Practically sll the districts bridge, the l.clhbrldje N'ews prlnlHe will submit to the League of Nations asking tho coilncil to appoint are to and now the was situated on the two lots her controversy with Chile the results are in (heir hands. The com- where now slind the Sl-ifford TiWk mitiec feel they have done all that that'on. tho lols whore Mr. i-nd could bo done through the splendid b-um.lors livH the rtomM'm agency of the Herald mid the la erected. Mrs. Saucers ing a'n-J It Is hoped tho efforts puL: Ml's Kean ot Ixi'lilirldge whose Toasts The first toast proposed was thnt of "The King." followed by thnt nf liio delegates lo attend the convention ol "Lcthuridijo Poultry re- the association to be hold In the Hoard Elioralcd to' by Mr. Horace King, pact of Trade building. Winnipeg, on the secretary, fie made Iho gnitifyinz 27lh and iSlh of Iho present month, statement that, though the first show The object of the association is to GOES TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. territories of Tacna and Arlca, which are situated between the two coun- tries and possession of which hns caus- ed considerable bitterness. held by Ihe association only nelioil urge the Government, to undertake fortu not because Of Ihe were flr.st settlers lite amount of 53.00. and the second jointly with the IT. S. Government the not being done thoroughly. w.tliU district. Mr. Blunders who S6.UO, the shows following showed a improvement of llio St. Lawrence TIV- may DD ihat some of the 5'cnrs 'Re. is survive] pleasing increase in the receipts, and er. canali and docks, and other port- will need to he visited on with Iho sixteenth show of the MSO- Ions of our great Inland waterways In Wednesday on account of residents elation, held at Ihc end of hist year, order to provide a minimum depth of homo when the can- the balance has been always-on tho, at least 25 feet of water from the At- vasECr3 called. The firms who did right side. laiitic Ocean to the head of Lake Sup- Mr. King paid a warm tribute lo the' erior. l.ethhriilge Herald in the help It hai'.j A similar organization, known as fivcn the association in the way.otithe Great Lafccs-St. Lawrence Tltlo- pubiicity. He referred to tho fat-.! water Association, is organizing along not have their staff lists ready are by his widow. Thfere is no family. PROMINENT TORONTO MAN DEAD TORONTO, Jan. FLOUR DROPS IN PRICE MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. dropped 50 cents a barrel in the loctil market today. Standard flour in 9S- pound cotton Mdcs sold at SH.20 n br.rrel. Tho genera: maricct decline in wheat was given as the reason for the drop. Sophie Hodoskey, a waitress, who testified thai she received a salary of week, was fined two dollars at Xew York after. she hart pleaded ihat by these means the same linea in the U. 3. and all the of the various districts a momber of ,the ToVomo guilty to violation ot traffic rules. was able to obtain entries for tho western states are members of shows from all over Canada. IDnlriss association and are working for the rtnJ inquiries wore made Irani wha-.'object oi Iheir attainment, realizing appeared in the .Herald before the thai not only wilt wheat be carried I" Siimc h'ad .appeared In the ,Canadian tiic- European, markets at a much I'oultry IlevieV. He referr.'d in cheaper rato as a result of such Im- comnlimcniary terms lo Mr. Dirts of jirovement hut imported goods for the the eipress office, In the kindly and West will have the advantage of a manner he had dealt with llin through water rato to tho head of the ussociation, in the matter of shin- Lakes.' j inenls. Opportunity for- Discussion .Mr. K. P. Tusoii, in replying to the? In order to give the western provin- toust of, "Alberla Brecdera." ccs of Canada an opportunity of dis- slEed Hie Importance of co-operation cussing this Question and of joining the nmong the local fanciers In buying association, the convention name'] has their OKSS and birds at home anil in been arranged to be held. Tho con- ttie province instead of sending vcntion wi'l he attended by a larRC nnd lo the Slates. He stated Ibal the party from Ontario who will come pro- most satisfactory results would b'j ob- pared to esr-lain the objects of the as- lalne'l this policy. sociallon. Good shakers both from Oilier toasts were, "The Italurnwl Iho West and Onlailo will address the toupled with the. namas incctinK. of Messrs. Robinson and Hnllidajr, mid The letter will be handed over to H'sponded lo by Mr. Holliday; "Tho tbo Board of Trade for Its fecommcn- Judges." responded to by Ender- datlons. as arranged at the afternoon ton; "Our Secretary" iMr. session of tho city council on Monday, nee responded lo by Ihc nrcs- in reply to a communication from ent secretary, Mr. Graham; "Tne thty Mrs. D. A. Simpson, secretary of the Commissioners, Merchants, and Travellers' Aid Society, she was In- responded to by W. A. K. Coco., and formc'l that the tt'y will continue the "Tlic Alberla 1'rovlricial 1913 Erant to the society, responded to by Mr. Dicks. I In regard to a from M. D. Those Present f Geddcs, of Iho preliminary The following, representing the meeting of publishers and others So various poultry ijreerls, were present: lake care of tho proposed visit of the W. Lister (While Orpingtons. Iluffa, imperial Press Conference to be held J. Hclnil7. II. tn Cannda next-.ln'v ond Ausrusi. U. Iilackford (While T. II. Brown, cf Me'UHiui who (S. C. P. Sitiith is In Caleary was aulhorized to (Huff A. Chunio-re (Buff represent. I.ethbrilgo at Ibis prclimln- Graham (S. C'. An- ary meeting there. F. H. Endenon Commissioner Mecch will attend a 3. II. Wcstlirook (Hnrrcd meeting of Ihe Industrial Committee. Ceo, Jones (II. C. Rhode Island nf which ho is a member, lo be hold Horace King (H. C. Ithorto Inland Calgary on Thursday next. C. Holiinaon (Cot. and While' --------____________ Wy.'iiidottcs; C. Mabsaii J. Mas- mil (Anconasi; T. llnllldar (While II. J. licoil (Ithode Ulnnd 11. C. Wcstbrook (IJarred Geo. J. Krache (Col. Wyau-j duKcaf. J. H. Kmmcrson (U. C. K. P. Tuson (lilack and Whilo OrjilnB-i J. 0. Cray (SllMcs, lilnci: Co-j chin K. T. llrierly (White .anil Col. H. Hall (Oiimc Danlaras and While J. W.'Illcka (Barred are obtainable. Gait bakers have raised tho price lie to 13c for a small loaf ot bread. Club and of the IToyal Canadian Yacht while driving her automobile. Club. He is by four sous and told the court she averaged ?SO two daughters. ueekly in tips. ARLOW'S EAT ARKET It you desire service, quality and satisfaction in meats open your nccnunt with 119 for 1320. Delivery [o any part of the 2ity. All phono orders given personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 APPOINTED TO THE LIBRARY BOARD On tha public library board, in conformity with ths Library Act, the following have been appoint- ed: VA J. Nelson, J. Gilmore, for the period of two years, and Com' missloner Freeman and the Rev. C. E. Cragg for one year, with the mayor as ex-ofiicio member. SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From the Special New Yorti Number ot "MOTOR" Become export In its mechan- ism by studying thp Eleventh Kdition, and very latest Dyke's Encyclopaedia If it is to he a Henry Ford, or a. Fonl Farm Tractor, we havo -tlio books to (ell you all nboul how to run it, an1 everything. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Ave. Phone 613 D. BRUNT ON E. J. HOOKER LATE OF DELANY'S LTD. Will Open a First Class Meat Market Af 328 ST. NORTH, ON SATURDAY, JAN 24th WITH A FULL LINE OF BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL We aro making all our own SAUSAGE MEAT whtch needs no advertising to Ihose that 1mvo had Ihcm hcforc. OFFICE PHONE 1698, AND RESIDENCE PHONE 1397 WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY PHONE ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION Our Motto is: Satisfaction and Service" We Apprio ate Your Patronage Bruntoi Hooker Meat Market K Alta.. .Inn. Cuddy of the Alberta pro- vincial police, will ask the legislature to provide for some 15 buildings for tiia I1irousli6nt tiin province, Ho nhiii wlbhfcs lo Cfltablish A pension Myateni oniimg tho members of fin force. He Mants a Grant from Ihe- pro- vincial treasury ns a nucleus and Hie fees tafcen from tho seizure of Illicit liquor The men are to pay n monthly due. at "Tho Roman Catholic cluirch Ohnmplalii, Qusbeo, was partially siroyed by explosion of the healing Phone us tip about Eotllnj Ihoso friends of yours out from !hc Old Country. Infornmtioii cheerfully given. Wo represent all lines and can give you excellent service. The Rossiter Agencies (Formerly Harris flci-ltcr) Hiainbotham Block, Phone M12 Information AT SHERLOCK .BUILDING DIG REDUCTIONS LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE THE WOMEN OF MDOSEHEART LEGION ARE HOLDING THEIR 4W WHIST DRIVE IN THE MOOSE HALL TOMORROW, WED. EVENING TICKETS REFRESHMENTS GOOD PRIZES ALU ARE WELCOME Federal Emergency Approprialion for Fx-members of the Forces This Fund Is holng administered by the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Tho territory covered by the I.olhbndgo Branch has tho following bound- aries. Llltle Bow Illvcr. Houndtivy. Island am! 1'orcmost. and Utooil llcfervc. Claims upon this Fund are solely llf-m UNAVM'.AB: LITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during tho months of December, January, February ard March, 1020. IJcfore applications are elljlhle for consideration Applicants must secure a Certificate from tho nuthorized reprcsentallvo of ths Depart- ment of Saldlors' Civil This nollco Is Inserted by tho Branch of the Canadian 1'p.trlotlc Fund who will apnreclalo tho bringing (o tholr notice, by nny- ono knowinj; tho circumstances, cases apparently ellglMo for financial aid. Write or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND (LolhbrldBO brunch) Doom 203 Sherlock 701 ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS 30c iinito Polish lii-r tin Speckled Deans, gtiml cookers, 3 Ibs. for Honey, Bowe's Bilntct- etl, per bottlo......... Snorttircad, per cake Ijinibnrger Cheese, nor cate> Coleatc'a Talc Pou-dor, per