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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WHBMTOUtxracrrr THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD m unuura rAGB or UTK LOCAL tarn FRIDAY, JANUARY SECOND SECTION LKTHWUOOE, ALbERIX SECOND SECTION PAGE SKVtiN Allow Only Women And Children On The Park Lawns b the Snggefttioii of the Supf r- intendeBt of City i of Department NORTH LITHBRIDOE RATEPAYERS TO MEET A. North LeihbridKB ratepay- ers meeting is called for to- night in the tTnlttsd Church Hall to discuss the school board's proposal to turn minstcr gymnasium into a classroom. All interested are urged to be present as North Lcthbrldge has no represen- tative on the school board this year. St Mary's Advances I The Rector's Stipend VONG HURftflNG UQUOR BKPQRB DRY PERIOD Liquor U beclnulnc to coma to Lethbridfo In larpie quantities, the j Herald The export houses itre pnttlnf on speed to get their liquor in the end of-the MtttWMmW Suggested By M it 21 (rowing larger. The Herald three cars oi ilqior lett by freight this mormnit for LBlfcbridge and also one car for Fernie. Diocesan Hall For Club i annaal report ot the superln teudent of the ctty Parka Department I that during the season of 1930 there were K trees of several viir- leties planted in Gait Gardens; 6 perennials; half, lardy annuals; geraniums; and J.4BO carpet bedding plants. Much detraction in th'e Gardens, by weleia people, as well as consider- able wanton damage to plants and' TUo animal meeting of tho parish- ioneers of St. ,Mary's church was held lust week -with a rather small attend- j lance. What tbo meeting lacked isize, however, was somewhat counter- QF BOTflT COUNCIL balanced by Its enthusiasm. The chief items of business were "C'Ar1 inuKJIJAl the reports of the officers of tho vari- ous organizations- on tlio work done As only a few turned out tha or- during 1920 and tho-plans for the i ganization meeting of the Lethbridge year upon which we have just enter- Boy Life Council was not held last ed. The Wardens' report showed a night in the Y.M.C.A. Those present, i satisfactory condition of affairs fin-1 however, held an informal discussion ancially with a small increase in total concerning, the.Duties and efforts of onlr women and children be allowed the lawns. At present the city nursery, In Hen- Park, has about bedding plants and plants in frames. Outside the nursery are about peren to piams win i i receipts aid no embarrassing debts. I the council and tt was decided to hold work. The Tpao Heard' The debt on the building has been je- a meeting next Thursday night. Let s that in future t-ase tieara ,o ,soo which sum cannot in the District Court by Judge Jackson be paid before due, all previous pay- ments having been taken care of re- gularly. In connection with the ters will be sent out in an effort to get a full turnout week. According to. .the discussion the council has future ahead of it. Mayor Hardie hi Astrological Study, Makes c. Prediction BATTERY ORDERS a9TH BATTERY C. F, A. If you are feeling lethargic and arc wanting in tho usual buoyancy of spirits and temperament, or, again, if things. In tha way of happenings, seem unusually quiet, you can put the i blame on the planet Mars. It Is now on its transit and stands in a relative- ly quiescent position in its relation to the moon, thus bavins Its influence on mundane events and in the tem- peraments and dispositions of indiv- iduals. But wait until Mars has per- formed its transit and has got In con- junction with the moon. Then things will start to hum, and you yourself will be vitalized with radiant energy cuiany. m connection wiiu me vuuuui. u. budget for 1921 however two inter-1 Many questions were brought to light: that will now from the planet when ______._____ nnniH rTr, much! if. has eat Into its nrooer stride and The case of the Federal Coals eet'.ng proposals were The where the council could red Therriault, of Plncher Creek, i minister's stipend was raised to lie work and as council is t UB nursery are iiuum. r red i iiurrmuii., ui nnuuur CCK, i a alals. In Henderson Park trees came up for hearing before JuBgo amount set by Diocesan executive as and 43 shrubs were planted. Jackson at Court on Thurs-! a minimum, involving-tno raising of Adams Park was turned Into an day afternoon, with tha plaintiff being; an additional 1300.00 per year. The athletic ground, and the paths graded awarded the sum of J98.63, with costs: need of this step was so obvious to op to make it levelJ1 Some 70 trees on the small debts scale. The coun- tti.t thorp were planted in the borders. terclaim 1n two sums ot 1640.10 and The value of trees, and was dismissed. plants propagated and.supplied by the Ia the Bcjlon plaintiff company the people ot the parish that there was practically no discussion except as regards methods of raising the additional sum required. It was al- plants propagated an.suppe y e Ia jh tne plaintiff company nursery, during 1J20, Is estimated at the sum or t141 98 alleged so decided to appoint a committee to and the dumber of sll kinds to he ow, b tbe detendant as Jial- into the question of using the :ance of payments mado on his behalf hall as the home of a club, i_..i________J_ l_ ,.nnw vi DtnT, it naprfaH maV rP- ganization in' Lethbridge which is in- terested in work, it will be rep- resentative speaks. The objects of the council, as set out so far are: To assist and where necessary in- do much j it has got into Its proper stride and to be com-1 into its most influential position in relative is the Hardie posed of representatives of every or-j regard to the earth, in its position to the moon. This careful deduction of Mayor who, as everyone knows, takes an interest in astrology and has a very intimate knowledge of it. The mayor studies tflfc stars In the courses AN ASSAULT CASE IN POLICE COURT On the complaint of Miko Pakow- that he was assaulted and knock- down on tracks close Sullivan and Koima Chaiibaczy peared before Magistrate Irwlu on Friday, charged with assault. Tho foniifr was. lined with costs, with warning tliat in the evidence railway cars and to i body v.-ould, nut such places In the city as ho may be i the wheel. directed, at per ton. the defen-1 Reports of tho Women s Auxiliary, augurate all efforts for the welfare of relaxation for pursuing his hobby. of tho boys of Lethbridge and in par- It Is his pastime In his spare mom- ticular: I lri the 8ame degree as others To in co-ordinating the_irs. movements already i where co-ordination ig ib) To assist wheu assistance Is will como in conjunction wUu tht. requested BBCB orgsaizations as the moon. He. does not profpss to be a Children's Shelter, the juvenile court, seor, but gives out a conjecture of Boy Scouts, Y. M. C. A., and all other j what may happen when this takes in existence The Mayor was not prepared to sniG make a prediction as to when Mars Major W. Jfcruacal, Commanding 21st January, 19S1. No. -1. p.m. Armories open. p.m. to 0 ScctloD gun drill. 9 p.m. to 10 Signalling, gun layitlK and dismounted drill. Gun layers report to Sgl. Matt- land-llarman lit 9 n.m. Drill order. A Iccluro on ammunitioii and the fllso bar indicator will be given by Capt. A. K. Rentier, M.C., to the sparo gun numbers. TRAINING-' To enable greater degree of ef- ficiency to bo attained prior to the coming inspection by Lieut. General Sir H. -E. Burstall, K. C.B., C.M.G., A.D.C., the offl- cer commanding has arranged two drill nights per week, name- ly Tuesdays and Fridays, and urges that all ranks endeavor to "maintain a steady and regu- lar attendance. This will en- able any gunner qualifying as signaller, gun layer, or range- taker belt r opportunity to obtain the additional pay on passing usual efficiency tests. STRENGTH Taken on strength with effect as from 18th, January 1921: 625, Gunner Appleton, Ernest James. W. BARNACAL, Major, Commanding 39th Battery, C. F. A. THEFT OF DRESS Woman Arrested, When Gown Was Found in Her Apartments UirUCLHU, ill, 9-L.UU J.ICI LUU, WOLUAI- dant to furnish his own team and. Sunday Schools, etc., all showed wagon Plaintiff In ordar to help de-j cellent work accomplished and at- tendant carry out the contract, agreed; stantial balances in bund, and were to 'pay the freight of his team aud passed with votes ot thanks to the wagon from Plncher Creek, which. officers concerned. The following officers were elected mum. uBiwtnm p..i.e. be1 for the year: Rector's Warden P. J. repaid tie plaintiff from-the earnings Collins; People's Warden, A. of the defendant. Plaintiff made otheriVestrymen, A. Arnold, W. A. Dodd, disbursements on behalf of the defen-1 Fuller, H. Harrison, Koeley. J. A. dant on the same understanding. These Mason, 0. R. Jas. -were mine doctor's 52.50 A. Pearson, Washbrook; wagon rrom t'lncner. uroex, wn the snow on the CJMI.: amounted to by agr to the coal chute, NIcL. mt betweeu the two-parties to hiibacz a- _ WB16 miutl UUCLor o IBCS, u. _.-, he ran the risk of being charged _ramillm on publlo liability Auditors, R, G. Straker and .in, rmt o[ bam (or team> Envelope Secretary perjury, and the latter ?3 with In his evidence said that was" dHink at the time It was al- leged that J.Ho usjault was, made on He- remembered his com- ing to 'his house drunk and bia going Ha did not follow him had no knowledge of what transpired af- ter. PakowskI, he said, when he came to doof, wanted to fight, BO other defendant stated that the for hay purchased, .tor feed, and for shoeing. At .tha Straker; Delegates to Synod, A. Arn- old, P. J. Collins and C..H. Matthews; leuu, anu snueuis. i. U. time the defendant .In. the account Substitutes (in order h. Har between the two. parties, there was rison, J. A. Pearson, J. P. Unsworth. the sum of .owing, the-plaintiff __ contended. Tha''UefondaTit "put "tn "a eonntep- claim Cor the sum of 1640.10, being, as lie alleged, the amount ot tho differ- ence in the "im.he would-have earned VICTORY FOR FEDERAL GOVT. OTTAWA, Jan. Tlie privy council decision tn tho Que- bec-fisheries reference, copies of organisations working for the welfare of the boys. (c) .To organise any commun'.ty movement for bbya welfare which mas- he considered necassary. place. So far, in the general trend of things, the Mayor is not far wrong, and it will at any rate be a, matter of interest to look forward to wbat may happen as he surmises. LOCAL VETERANS HELP THE NEEDY Lethbridge'8 G.W.V.A. branck is do- ing a. considerable Quantity of relief work this winter. Last year they WOTS j not calfed on to assist their mein-' bers or other veterans becauso of the Federal Emergency fund but dur- ing the- past two mouths the club has glren in straight relief and loans more thau two hundred dollars Quite a percentage of this amount has gone to who are not members of thc-ijthbiiilge G.W.V.A., and it has been given In casea where j veterans have been out of employ- ment. Some loans have been given to I veterans who have obtained work in COLLAR BONE BROKEN WHILE SKATING Carl Pardue, of 312 15th street south li In Gait today suffering from a broken collar bone. Whllt skating at tha rink last night he tripped In a crack in the ice'and fell, receiving thic Injury. Dr. Connor called and removed Pardue to the pltal. ence in tne-im-ne wouia-aave euriieu, nee-nsneries reierence, copies ut veierans wno navo ooiuiuuu WUI-K iu had the pu itift eupplleil him with which havp been received here, more other centres but lack the necessary had the pi_ it euppei m w which havp ean receve ere, more oer centres u ac three were i together wnen a 8ufficient ooal for nauilng during the jifen vindicates. the position taken by funds for transportation. row started and that he ana suiiivan g hjj wag m Uo contract. and a tho fedsral overnment. The decls- in December the clu assaulted the informant. contract. and a tho fedsral government. The decls- in December the club gave out BE PV TO BE EXAMINED BY I further sum of damages for the ion finds, in substance, that there is for relief and in November the estimated profit lie would have been, a public right of fishery, over which sum was to from Jlme '15 to janliary the federal authorities have exclusive _ MONTREAL, Jan. Orif- Holland, stock broker, will be exam- ined by alienists. "OX 940 PHONE 1819 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. Acadia Building Third Avenue South to. W. Church of Conyheare. Church and Davidson; for the plaintiff, and tidal waters but in the non-tidal por- tions of the streams that are navi- gable from the sea, as well, and in- Mr. Thomson of Thomson and Jack- j eluding valuable salmon or other son, Pincher Creek, for the defendant.; river fisheries. MASS MEETING IN MINERS' LIBRARY, 13TH ST. NORTH MONDAY NEXT, JANUARY 24TH COMMENCING AT 8 P.M. LADIES INVITED. JEAN SPIELMAN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZER, OF MINNEAPOLIS, WILL ADDRESS THE MEETING. VS. PROHIBITION" QUAKER BREAD John Gilmore Ltd. of Ouikv Brtid. PHONE 371. REBEKAH DANCE TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2STH BEST OF MUSIC. DANCING FROM 9 TILL 2. ADMISSION BY INVITATION. PHONE 1404j or 1633. STREET CAR AFTER DANCE. DRESS, INFORMAL. WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART LEGION and LOYAL ORDER OF ARE HOLDING A GRAND VALENTINE'S DANCE IN THE MASONIC HALL ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH, 1921 Dancing from 9 till 2. CANNONEERS' JAZZ BAND. OtnU, Om Dollir............................. Lidlea, 50 cento. Chndnn under. It not idmittetl You Can Hardly Fail If- You can hardly fail if you have health, be- cause with health you can work, with work you can succeed in just about anything you undertake. But health is the main ingredient. The problem of health is much pimplifled since the discovery of chiropractic. Now the body is recognized as a machine that will run healthfully when it is kept in proper adjustment. The chiropractor is skilled at rostor- ing the alignment of joints of the backbone, thus freeing the- spinal nerves of pressure, aud removing the cause of disease. Chiropractic spinal adjust- ments are restoring health to sufferers from such seasonable diseases as colds, headaches, coughs, influenza, tonsillitis, bronchitis aud pneumonia. NO CHARGE Comultatlon l> without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE 8. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 208 Sherlock Black, and 1441. "THE GREAT REDEEMER" ITS WONDERHJL. On the alleged charge of the thefi ot a silk dress, valued at from the Hudson's Bay store, Olgi Hansenv man, alias Kitty Donaldson, appeared before' Magistrate Irwin at the citj police court on Friday morning, an< was remanded until tomorrow. dress was missed from tho store 01 December 24th last and Detective! Wallis and Bgan have been makink a search to locate it and the Individ- ual who got away with it. A sales woman from the store happened t< see the woman In question on th( street, and remembering that she wai in the store on the day the dress appeared she watched her and her to the Southard Block. Informs- tion was given tho police, and wit) u search warrant Detective Egai searched the premises and found missing dress, with arrest of the ac- cused following. She stated that got tho dress through tbe post frora a man named Olson. Living with Olga Hanefemann wai a-woman named Grace Gibbony, whc was arrested for vagrancy and givei: time to get out of the city. FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION TO BE BIG QUESTION Freight classification seventeen is again coming to the front in the ac- tivities of boards of trade of the four western provinces. Since tbe sum- mer of 191S very little active cam- paigning has been done in regard to this classification but now the Van- couver board officials aro getting busy and at the meeting called for there in the near future this question will be the big one. In the summer or 1918 B. Lani- gan, freight traffic manager of the C.P.R., toured the west try- ing to get the western shippers tc co-operate with the C.P.R. in draw- ing up freight classification seven- teen. He pronounced classification sixteelT as dead and out of date. Sev- eral conferences were hf.ld .through- out tue west, terminating in a. large oiift in Calgary but since then no western movement has taken place in regard to this subject. The Vancouver men suggest three delegates from each of the prairie provinces and give out the question; to be discifssed as the equalization ol freight rates In the west with those- in the east, British Columbia freight rates and the new classification. Locally the classification question la in the hands of the committee ol the board of trade. nature's It gives you health and strength and when you are healthy you can work easier and better, and when you are feol ing fine and .working hard you are almost bound to succeed. Let us leave you a bottle of health and success every morn- ing on your doorstep. airy LIMITED Phone 1576, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT For the benefit of tome who hive not yet tried Royal Shield Teai, Coffee, faking Powder and Jelly Wilton Home's official Demonitrator, MISS GOFF, will demonitratj the above lines at our atore for thv next week. ---The reputation "Royal products have Qa'Md during the past 25 years ample tettlfnonial to the high STANDARD and QUALITY of the above linei. POPULAR PRICES FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES per Ib....... per Ib........ Head each Freah per Ib....... ,.18c ,.15c 20c 20c Wallace's Herrings in 2 tins for............ Scotch Herrings in To- mato Sauce, 2 tins for. Spring, %s 2 Una for Royal Crown Cleanser. 3 tins for.......... Rolled 8 Ib. sacks Tomato 25c 45c 25c 50c Florida Grape each............. PA- and, per doz. Leaf JA per Ib. ..............40C Bananas to arrive. Cabbage, Carrots, Turnips, etc. Purity per cube Scotch. pkg............. Limburger per brick California Navel Oranges, and juicy, larger size. per dozen Clark's Assorted 3 tins for 35c 45c 60c 40c GEO. KERR CO. GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1365. 4 IMPORT ANT 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 DIAN MERCAN- TILE LAW" 1920 Revised Edition. McKinley Sheet Miwic Whitaker't Almanac Twentieth Century Book Store Pork Pies The best on the market. If _you haven't tried them yet, you've missed something. Cocoanut Per Scotch Oat finest yet. Per real goods. Per Ib...................... Dozens of other things which will make you hungry to see. If you haven't seen us work yet, come into our shop and watch us do it. Visitors always wel- come. We put the quality in the goods, and can prove it to you. Lett bridge National System of Baking 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. ;