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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL fBB LOCAL NIWS WHEM TOO ff THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HBBAUn PAGE OF UVK LOCH, NEW8 TW'HSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921 SECOND SECTION LETHPHlUGIi. 4LBKUTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVliN Attitude of North Just As Expected SaysPres.Marnoch Not Surprised, But in Pleased at Support I To Irrigation JOHN MARSH ELECTED THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT At a meetiuir of tho Western Kcdcra- 'tion of Civic Employees, held !n Ed- montou, John Marsh of Lothbrlcleo, who was tho Labor candidate at lust school hoard eluction, was eleoted third vice-president. Otter officers elected were: President, Mr. Knight, president of the 'Calgary Federation 1 ot Civii; Employees; tfrst vice-prusi- Says Tweedie Is Slated for High Court Judgeship 1 ol Uiviu employees; tirbL _, Highly dent, Mr. McCormicK. sec- Calgary Paper Has An Idea tne Uartt. w.i _ ond vice-president, Mr. Price, Medi- cine Hat; Becretary. Mr. Huntback, Edmonton. The passing of the resolution by tho delegates at the U. V. A. conven- tion in Edmonton relative to govern- ment support to the Lethbrldgo Nor- thern Irrigation district, gives un ef- fective answer to tho cry that north- ern farmers would object, Mr. G. R. Maruoch, president ot the board of trade, said Thursday at the weekly luncheon. He called attention of the members of the board to the an- nouncement In Tbe Herald of tho psss- Ing of the resolution. A letter has been received by the hoard which announces that the War Purchasing Commission has gone out of business JUid the Purchasing Com- mission of Canada has taken its place and now buys for many dspart- Fine Spirit Shown By Mine Workers Held Banquet and Social Entertained the Mine Officials New Judges Will Soon Be Appointed R. N. W. M. P, OLD TIMERS HOLDING DINNER Tha members of local union No. 1185, United Mine Workers' ot Am- erica, which consists of employees of Federal Coals, Limited, and the From various sources having all the earmarks of authenticity, according to the Calgary Herald, rumors have j again spread that the forthcoming session of tho Alberta legislature will see the proclamation of the act es- tablishing a new division of the act establishing a new division of the Al- and berta supreme court. Along with this rumor goes the well established report that T. M. Tweedie, member of the federal parliament for West Calgary, is certain to get one of the three judgeships, which will be opened The of the R. N. W. M. P. are heMtug dinner at the Hudion'i Bay iCo.'i store, at Cil- giry on February Itth, and former membcrt of farce are all cor- dially Invited. In to mak- ing it I fratttnel fathering, the object of iweetdifl to devise meant for comrades who are In need of Militincc and employment, LOCALMPTl JAIL lERMS HIT II by the establishment of the new su- preme court division. The other two names most promin- ently mentioned the Herald says, are city mine held a very successful nan- those ,of Hon Mr M1tchell and A. H. Largest Amount Ever For Missions in the History of the Church Prohibition is Strictly Enforced Warden Greatly Impressed With Pro- vincial Jail BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings for tho weok showed a decrease as compared with iho corresponding week last year. The ligurog uru last year The annual Meeting ot the First Baptist Church was held in the churcli last evening. Sapper WES served by tho ladies at 6.30, and a large congre- gation sat down at the tables. The dining room ,was beautifully decorat- Warden J. E. Smith, of the Georgia state penitentiary, who visited the provincial Jail on Wednesday after- noon, expressed his surprise at seeing Raised such an. up-to-date building. He was taken with its architectural design, in the compactness it afforded. He was particularly interested in the single cell system, which does not appear to _be tho rule in the Georgia institution. me in this healthy and atffOf increase du escape mention of his na; connection. _ The cleanliness of the whole build- ing struck him, with its spotlessly white tables, etc. He was taken orer the whole institution, and had noth- ing but commendation for the way in which it was conducted. He could help noting the quality of the Sons of England Are Active Again That the Sons of England are ex- periencing a revival, and a retarn to their pre-war popularity was evi- denced by the most enjoyable even- entertainment put on by the social committee ot (he local lodge last night. Quite a number of mem- bers and their "pals" wore present, and the variety of the program pres- ented was appreciated by all present. A six-end game of carpet ball open- ed the program, the Kentishmen tak- ing the measure of "the dubs" by ;i score of to 3. The musical program which follow- ed was an eye-opener, and was much food supplied the as seen enjoyed by an appreciative audience, in a batch, of bread which had been' The pianoforte selections by Mr. Bas- just baked. One oj'the loaves was'tin; 'cello solos by K. Mclntyre, and broken in two for him, and with its vocal duets and solos by G. Parsons fresh fragance he considered that it I and B. Faimch were of S high order, "King and Country." The toast to Fed- eral Coals, Limited, was _ _ Mr, Anderson Lakie and responded to by Mr. Drewitt, representing the agement, Mr. John Mack, sales man- ager, and Mr. William McGregor, ac- countant. The. toast-to our invited 1 guestB was proposed by Mr. Jack Batenian and responded to by Mr. 3 Donaldson, mine manager, Mr. .poke for a few minutes Tenn.nt and Mr. Charles Pea- Canadian Forestry association, and cock. appealed for membership. After the above tOTSt list bad been Mr. Marnoch said both questions! completed tho party adjourned to the id by different com-; Labor Temple where a varied pro- gram of songs, recitations, etc. was enjoyed, contributed by the following: Bagpipe election, Mr. J. Wallace; song, J.ohn Millar; recitation, Hobt. White; speech, Peacock; song, Albert Gurr; song, C. S. Donaldson; roading. Wm. MacGregor; song, An- drew McGladrle. Tho member! of the above local union are to be complimented on the niceew of their fathering and con- gratulated on having shown such splenditKsplrlt in extending invita- tions to the Officials of the company ai such gatherings tend to create bet- I ter better feeling batwien employee! [and employed and ment at the next session of the legis- lature to pass a law protecting real estate agents on crop contracts. At present Mr. Lathrop said, an agent can sell land on crop agreements but no law exists that will force the pur- chaser to live up to his contract. Mr. Peter Lund suggested that every member of the board should plant at least one tree this spring. He be discussed by differe mittees and reports will be rendered the board Thomas long Is Separate School Ni Board Chairman would take a lot of beating from any model bakery. The Georgia Warden could not fail ___ ,._ _._ year, the amount raised for missions to contain his surprise when he was this year is the largest in the history tnat the Coaldale institution was as were also the songs rendered by Messrs. Jones, Westley, Hagsll, West- ley, jr., and others. A short whist drive followed, and the prizes were won by E. 0. Stickier, In respect. Mr. Tweedie to the jutlgeship, andj the throwing open of a provincial seat j in Bo Mr. Mitel either gi these contingi which time will soon settle. Thannacecommlttee fothe ine nnance comnnuee tor ine Wool Growers In The Mill Business Southern Alberta wool growera are Interested In the statement of Frank J. Hagenbarth, of tbe National Wool mre ak and N. F. Supina; management, Thomas Long and full board. The members of the board are: G. E. A. ago. A brother Sice, N. F. Supina, J. K. Smith, John now living m Mi Vaselenak, Thomas Long. I The board meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the office Of St. Basil's school. Growers Association, U.S.A., In which the president said the wool growers has been learned by C. P. R. association of Montana is selling virgin n SupKlnce Lethbrldge tha't Mr. suits, md.. from purchasing, J. Vaselen- bin, whose son was killed in an American aero-, wool, at 533 each. This ,te gmni to the board of ushers, and Mr. B. Jones choir leader; Li. A. Dafoe, organ- 1st; Mr. L. Do4ge, president of the B. Y. P. IF.: Snyder, president of the Mrs. Dr. Gib- son, president the Ladies' Aid. Mr. A. G. VirhtB was again elected superintendent of the Sunday school in the First church, and Mr. J. A. Fozard superintendent In the 5th Ayenne church, north. The singing of "Blest be the Tte that Binds" clos- ed one of the most succeseful gather- Ings In the history of tha First Bap- tist church. Smith, are rigorously carried out, and the state really dry. Whiskey, If it can be ists a bottle. When the re- ons were first put In force first offenders were given a fine. This did not seem to put down the Illicit sale of liquor, ao the statute was amended to make the first, or any other offence, punishable byji straight jail sentence without the option ot a fine. When this came into force it acted as a great deterrent in the crime of bootlegging, the number of those engaged considerably diminish- ed, -and there ara only a very few about who are w-llllng to take a chalice of peddling liquor. pet ball g; two picked teams provided an excit- ing tie, E. Faunch's side winning in was a lot to the wool growers, said J co-operative manufacture and selling Ignatius Trebich Lincoln, tho Hun- gariaii Jew once member of the imper- ial parliament, an international spy for such suits. The national aasocla- -who worked in England, the United tion discussed the proposal to operate states and many other countries, is such mills and It was forecasted that i dead. LATEST OIL From The NEWS MONTANA FIELDS Gst posted. Subscribe for M GREAT FALLS LEADER Great Mont. One year, ft; ilx montht, 13.25; three monthi, Schwartz Action To Be Heart By a Judge Allowed The request granted C. F. Harris, counsel for J. Schwartz In the threo actions he has instituted against Mr. Ouerln, President of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Sweet Grans, Montana, to come up at the ciTil sittings of the Supreme Court hera to be on January 31st, that the actions be tried by a judge and Jury has been disallowed by the court ot the Appellate division sitting in Ed- monton. The request was granted by Judge Jackson on application by Mr. Harris. The appeal against the trial by judge with jury was made by U. B. Bennett, K.C., on behalf of Guerln, before the Appellate Court on Tues- day. It was argued that tho docu- mentary evidence In the actions, which relate to certain mortgages, were too voluminous and intricate to be decided on satisfactorily by a jury, and the cases were, accordingly, left to be tried by the Supreme Court Judge, Mr. Justice Ives, as non-jury actions, when they come up at the civil sittings ot the court here. s the play-off, and bringing to a close a very pleasant and enjoyable affair. It is the "Sons" intention to hold other socials in February, March and April, the next one being for the ladies.' P.O. BOX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND GO. M Aeidla Building Third Avenue Seutk Hat some time the "deceased Is ;lne Hat. Rev. J. Cantrell, of Shannonvllle, has been appointed rector of Sharbot Lake, Anglicanschurch. Desperately wounded, he sought ahelter in a home, but her first act on find- ing him there waa to point a pistol at him. His condition touched her heart, however, and she shielded him from tho officers of the law only to fall in love with him in the end, as you will learn when you see "THE GREAT the Maurice Tounieur super production which will be staged with magnificent scenic pro- logue and the Peerless Male Quartette singing vocal accom- paniment at the Colonial next Monday, Tuesday, and Wed- SPECIAL TOMORROW FRIED CAKES The- kind mother makes. 1 dozen 25c 2 dozen......45c HERMITS 1 dozen......20c 2 dozen......35c KIRKBY'S 606 3RD AVE. SOUTH. the speaker. Tbe Montana association conducts its own mill and has received a large number of orders from mine com- panies, and other Industrial concerns, would soon come. Albert Roberts, St. Thomas, was elected chairman of the Board of Water Commissioners. An adjustment in time, saves the spine, and that means health. Make your-spinal analysis date for TODAY. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLDQ. PHONES 1677, 1441. CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS 24 Saxonia.. Mch. 7 Saturnla...Feb. 3 Cassandra.Fob. 20 Cassandra. .Apr. 1 Saturnla. .Apr. 22 NEW Vestris----Jan. 29 Carmanla .Jan. 28 Carmanla..Mch.8 Caronia ..Mch, 16 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Aq.uitania..Feb. 3 Aq.ultanla.Feb. 26 Iinperator.Mch. 10 Aquitania.Mch. 22 NEW G Saxonia.. .Apr. 12 NEW CHERBOURG Albania___Feb. 8 Albania. ..Mch. 19 NEW (Via Mo- vllle) Columbia..Feb. 19 Algeria... Mar. 5 NEW Italia Feb. 1 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Jan. 30 CasBimrtra.Feb. 18 Full information can secmt'd from nli nirnni'i N.....-uy's ollice, Main Street, Winnipeg. QUAKER BREAD John Gilmore Ltd. Baktri of Quaker Brand. PHONE 373. SUPINA'S STORE NEWS Pineapples, in 2-lb. tins, each................30c All Pure Jams, King Beach Brand, in 4-lb. tins, all flavors: Pei Brilliant Jams, mixed with apple.............S5c Canned Corn, Peas, and Tomatoes Red Salmon, tins, each..............3Sc SPECIAL FOR CASH ONLY, AND NOT RETURNABLE. ALL LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SWEATERS HALF PRICE Prunes, per Ib. Sultana Raisins, per Ib.....................40c Shelled Walnuts, per Ib..................... 70c Cut Peel, Wagstaff's, pound packages.........45c Brazil Coffee, per Ib. Castile Soap; 6 bars for.....................25c PHONE 1766. WE SHIP MAIL ORDERS DAILY. Supina Son 230 13TH STREET NORTH. Good Bread, But- ter and Milk are Perfect Foods Phone us and we deliver you the good butter and rriilk. ta Phone 1576. LIMITED 4 IMPORTANT BOOKS A good one for the Citizens' Committee, "CITY MANAGER IN DAYTON" THE RIGHT BOOK FOR ELO- CUTIONISTS AND DE- BATERS, "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" 1920 Revised Edition. McKinley Sheet Music Whitaker'i Almanac Twentieth Century Book Store Special Announcement v For the benefit of some who have not as yet tried Royal Shield Teas, Coffee, Baking Powder and Jelly Wilson 41 Home's official Demonstrator, MISS GOFF, will demonstrate the above lines at our store for the next week. The reputation "Royal Shield" products have gained during 'the past 25 years gives ample testimonial to the high STANDARD and QUALITY of the above lines. f POPULAR PRICES Coffee, per Ib. 7Sc Baking Powder- Tea, per Ib.........60c 12-oz. size.......25c Jelly Powders, 2 pkg. 25c 3-lb. size........85c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES per Ib....... per llj....... Head Lettuce- each Fresh Ib........ :i8c 15c 20c 20c Florida Grape Fruit-- .each per dot. Leaf per Ib............ Bnnanas to arrive. Cabbage, Carrots, Turnips, etc. 40c Geo. Kerr Co, FAMILY GROCERS. Phones 1453 and 1365. ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS Whist Drive and Dance In Burgman's Hall, on Friday, Jan. 21st CARDS SHARP AT 8.IS. DANCING 11 TILL 2. GOOD PRIZES REFRESHMENTS THREE-PIKCE ORCHESTRA DANCES THAT PLEASR EVERYBODY. STREET CAR AT 2 O'CLOCK. ;