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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Henld's Page of Live Local All The Local Where You Expect h THUKSDAY, 22, 1920 SKCOND SECTION LETHB1UDGE. SECOND SECTION feting of the Congre- bis New Elders to i women's Missionary Society. M20.S1; BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings'for this week were as compared with for the corrijs- ponding week last year. 1U i Senior Mission Bind, Junior ]lajA S29. Klng.3 -Owu Mls. Managers slon Hr.nd, J. 0. ,_______ 1 Special subscriptions to Robertson College, S188; Special subscriptions The annual meeting of Knox church ,o Mansc fs.200. total raised evening was largely attended and J1C.2GS.27. most enthusiastic. TUo chair was siatomeut of Capital lafcen by Key. A. 11. Jloaooa lifter indebtedness 1st: Jan., 1919: devotional exercises, ihe regular busl- 15.500.00. ness was- transacted." Tbo managers Total. oivllanso debt, )iad prhilcd summary of all Hahince 5.100.00. the reports anil this being tbe further: "Early in hands of mcmler-i, greatly facilitated ,hc your.Managers approacheu the conduct-of business. I-'rom tho voll 'Wnh an "estimated financial report ot the session submitted by Mr. gram totaling Therein pro- J. G. Koljertsop. clerk, it was shown Wa3 ]lwjQ for paying debts that there are now 522 communicants including taxes and bank on the roll. There were 68 additions addition to the ordinary nu- aml 32 renewals during the year, mat- mlai thc church, as well ,ing ;i net increase of 24 members. lls a substantial Increase in its. con- U'he records show that CC baptisms, SO tributlous to schemes. .Your" Board marriages and 37 funerals enter- is report that this program ed on (be church register for. the fulfilloJ Kith Oio exception name period. It came as a request of tnc paying of the note to tjio bank, from the session that six new elders u (s anticipated, will be done appointed to assist In tho a[ an carlj- from collections from Ing work. Thlr, was approved-and ;it arrears. Envelope subscrip- an early dale tho congregation will bo tions in arrears total If you asked to select men for these duties. arc included in this list an carly settle- Tho nianaseri report presented by mcnt will be: appreciated." B. U. Rylands, chairman, showed Jlra.t S. S. Figures' was raised for all purposes Thc 'Sunday 6Ciiool report was as during the year by the various or- follow: ganlzallons" of the church. Of Ihl3 Enrollment; pig Brothers, IS; amount was for Ihe schemes Big Sisters. ,20; 'Chinese Class, 12; of tho church and S3.200.00 for Ihe Cradle Roll, 57. Total enrollment, 34S. manse debt. The contributions for missions were the largest In the his- tory of the church, a very practical evidence of the -work of the Forward movement in the ctngrcsatiun. The following were ad-Jed to the managing board: U. B. McKsy, Jesse Harris, Dr. 3. S. Wray, M. E. Collins uua 0. B. Kdgctt. Thc Ladies' AW began the year with a balance of and raised making a total ot This was the "banner year and they Magrath Man the Defendant, eavo for the special manse -Jy debt fund. Mrs. w. J. Armstrons, Claims Physician Negligent president .calloj, attention to the jn Treating Leg Tbo following are the rinXs still left In the live competitions after Iho 11 o'clock draw Thursday morning: Magrath Trophy CHARGED WITH SEDUCING A YOUNG GIRL Dalieflj of He Housiur Alberta in regard to local needs. Clark Peat Simpsou Carberry v Klrkham Alrd Shepherd Chalmers Herchmer JIcKenzie McNabb Macleod Trophy McKenzIo Herchmer Kastner Llphardt ClarU Snyder Keiver Patterson salient features of ihe report. The W. M. S. report was presented president, Miss JlcLeay. They recorded progress showing two life members. 4li rcatierod helper? who contributed'fSG.OO, and a total ol Thsra; or this I420.S1 contributed to the .with the When doctors disagree who shal Towu Planning Department of the Dominion' government, was hi tbe city iulcrviewjng flio Mayor and Com- missioners In regard-to Iho appropria- tion of twenty-five rnaiia by Ihe Federal Government for tbe hous- ing scheme. His object, after a con- ference with Stewart, is to get the views and recommendations ot tbo mayors oj tho four'cities oE There appears to be as manj claims for the origin' of the idea o! porch lights the city-as there hHve bten claimants for tbe idea o: the Tanlis. In conversation with the At the present time tbo province of Alberta is ibe only province that las not applied for its appropriation, amounting to a million and a half dol- lars. Of 4bis sum J120.0CO avail- able for Lethbridge. Housing and Industries Speaking of. the plans adopted by other provinces and municlualitie'e, At Blalrmorc, on Januiry 20th, John Magdall. whi In ihe Hlllcrcst collieries, brought up before Maglstravc Rurrall on on the alteged of a young girl undtr prom- IM of marriage. The iccuMd was remanded for trial on ball of %V 500, hla own recognizances for J500 and two sureties of WOO each. A CARDSTON CASE BEFORE DISTRICT JUDGE A case that has created a great deal Dalzell said that Windsor, Ont.. has nt inlereil in Cardston was argued housing accommodation goes with tlio establishment. of industries, said Mr. Ualtell, unless there IB sufficient ac- commodation for workmen manufac- turers will not locate industries. He defendants for the erection of tho Grand garage at Cardston last n minor. The defendants dispute the claim on tho ground that thc work had not Considerable Comment in City Over Failnre to Force in Carnill Outrage illustrated this bv quoting the done according to specifications ence in Hamilton, Out., where lhalan" thal It WM not satisfactory, in Jloorer Vacuum.'cicanW a .nor at .vas .ad- journed to Letbbrldge for argument. V.'. S. lial! appeared for the plaintiff anil A. D. Hogg for the defendants. ie not the author; of idea though he mentioned it first instance. In regard to Uia porch light idea the Mayor had the lolloping lo say: "Thcro is little dpubt but that those are neglecting: the "psychology ot Bright Ugbts" today are losing ad- vantages are 'behind tbo titnes. It is1 having a." tremendous influence I nil over the world. It always 1ms had established a branch industry owing window bad blown out. to tho bousing accommodation tberiii cane ui> Ws. Hon tiioaeu anoihcr city Jn Ontario was 1 011 January hot after It but could not provido the housing. ISdmonton is anxious to bavo the railft'ay shops of tbe C.N'.R. placed thcro, but Mayor Hardlo _..... Informed by Mr. Wame, manager of I Diving through a big hole in Ico in the centre of the river at Chester, Pa., a man rescue1! a 12-year. less housing accommodation could be provided. Open For Recommendations The federal scheme is on general lines and Us rocommedallons are open to alteration to suit the particular needs of provinces and municipalities, as instanced'in tho alterations made in favor of British Columbia, where Considerable, comment has made by citizens in the fact that the' Mounted Police wove not immediately notified by the city police of the out- rage committed on Walter Car- nill, so that they could help in the criminal. In fact the first Intima- tion that the, R. N'. W. M. P. had ot the crime was through tbe medium of the Herald. The detection of crime of this description, it Is true. Is not exactly the duties of the Mountiw, but still they are always ready to lend a hand in getting on the trail of crim- inals in an outrage of this description, though the'inatter Is really one for the city police and the A. P. P Superintendent Demers states tSiat it be had only been put In possession of tho facts immediately he would had about Bfty men scouring the city an! district. However on their own Initiative tho H. N. W. M. P. are now on the job to trace the assailant. In regard to the value of the- coop- eration of the Mountles with tbe other police forces in the city, It worth noting that when the little girl Dupen was aiisslng the Mounties, who -were old hoy who broke through whlls notified, were tbo ones to find on coasting. Third Avenue south. Klrkham Chalmers Kastner SIcNabb Carberry McKenzIe Young Crumbley Herchmer Clarko Keiver Simpson Hamilton Shepherd Alrd Grand Challenge the land sa -iEeciHiHSfSaS Jsas ss residences. of Cost Speaking of housing accommodation in its relation to Industries, Mr. Dal- WhosoeTer toy hayo oriE'na ed the zcl, his surprise that Mayor Porch Light but I nrown his for industries (fo not claim ,Vfhm it was sue- t congiderad the matter in its Bested al Coimcil Board during ortauce to the locating of Indus- discussion on the (Jueailnn of the au-jfjiL. Disability at more, street lights It was A js brought up and appealed to me very 4 r v. ITU. IIJO iicuiunic; oariy LO DO His the church They are whom-1 ant clpate. an-.Increased interest, and ;Hls Sever JJ. nej' local the' wltnes The Sunday school In Its ,ou McNally. Con organizations Is doing splendid work. Campbell for the plaintiff lil Wtt1 and Drs. Thomson, Tuller and Gal was raised (hiring the year for ,or local work am] missions. One inter- The Dr. Becman, former estlng feature of the report was tbo of nnrt nwv; ot ncllevue contribution ol by the Chinese cMmei thc slim of from Hen class for mission work among tho rp Rjismusscn. of Magralli, for pro Chinese In ftssional nltfcndance for a fraclur The three Mission namla rccoi-Jed ot tht rl8llt ]cff had sus a qulcl but effective work among the tainod. The defendant denied Ih young pepolo in tho missionary ac- ciaim staling that it was barred li tlvilles of the cbuuih. They raised statiits of Limitations. The poin ?C1.00 rturlng tho year. :Was argued before Ills Honor and a Tb" rtnlr sh'nwnd an attendance. a result the case was nlluwed to ,E record during the year that might be nn. Defendant- further claimed th; the envy as It. is the pride of thc con- nlc plaintiff was negligent In Ih grcgcition. OnC'lhircl of its member- treatment of the leg, iii'that lie d; ship showed a 93 per cent, attendance scl the seme but bound it f during thc year. The v.-ork of the lightly thai blood was no', allowed I choir is warmly appreciate-! and the circulate through tbo 'arleiics an enthusiastic reception of its report and there was no mr-atis of "would lie encouraging to Mr. li. F. :cnjiemeut of tho piu created He Layton arc! his faithf'il band. 'claimed that Ihe instead ot Alter the transaction of the busi- [lifting a t'.ibe or usliii; r cr inea.u- ness n social hour W3s spent. Frier.d- f r (lit pus-caused-by ships were renev.-cil and ]icw friend- tc escape ranimc-d the n-uund with ships formed. Refreshments were cotton and other -tiom linn served by tlip Indies' Aid. 7'iano spi- So time and a jio1. knife eciicns were r.iven by Mrs. J. Nel- a poisoned condilion a'Jjacunl to tho fion and soles by Mlsj Patterson arjl wound, causing Hon.I r-nisoi.ing. A- Miss Minnie Hoiell, which grcit'y n consequence defendant alltged lint contributed to the enjoyment'of Iho the wliolb leg had to Iw anipulatil evening. tho '.high. Instead of fu.m beb'.v 5Iv. J. n the knee. resolution speaking of the splendid J. It. P.ilmcr for the. piamilif and C. services of the flev. Chas. Mc-Klllnp iK. Harris for tho deicnco. who laid tlic" of Knoxj church ami conveying congratulations' 'end grnelirBs to Lt.-Col. A. SI: Gor- don. G. Cameron and Itev. F. Burnp, former mihfslcrs of the con- This war, seconded by Mr. Hufch McBetb and nnnniniously c.nr- I The singing of the Kational Anlhcnii Tirousht lo an cnil one of tiie most I Inspiring find encouraging annual j meetings In thb history of tbo church. Tnr. Fin.incfal ..Statements "rhc financial statements covered the following items: Statement, of contributions to f-clicmns of tbo Mis- sionary Social v. King's Own Mlsslrn Hand, J22.0D; The. Senior Ills. Patterson "'Chalmers Llphardl Keiver McNa'bb Snyder Carberry Herchmer Hamilton Simpson Kastner Cntmlev Shepherd Aird Crumbley Chalmers Kastner Hamilton Herchmei McNabb Carberry Keiver Kirkbam Walker Trophy. strongly if ft could be done cheaply. but tbo eternal question of cost pro- I tuded its nose into the whole sltua- I lion and a, solution haa not yet been found." The the porch lights'-has been tor some lime in vof Commissioner Freeman. IMPORTANT TO THE EMPLOYERS OP LABOR arranged to in. Calgary this weelt, where the representatives o( the Tour cities will confer with the Alberta Govern- Triles-Wcoi! Commencing January, 1520, and nn- lii-.further.notice, employers will to lum'ish montlily roll statements to iiie workmen's; compensation board, but the pay roll j statement for tbe month of December, j 191H, must he forwarded, ns called for! In' Section 27 of tbe act. Monthly medi-! cal statements must be forwarded as usual; that Is, they must be forward- I oil not later than the 20th day follow- Ins tho expiration of every month. I Forms In connection with Ihe montb- 1 ly medical statements can be procur- ed from M. Johnson, Department ot 'ublic Works Building, Lcthbvidge. 'hone 325. LI .C. Old Time Southern Alberla Rancher in the Recalls Old Days A well known old-timer In the per. sir.n Bund, The .1. 0. Clnas, ?23; Ciilr.csc tlnss, MO; .lunior Mia- fitou Hand. ?20; Kunday Sclinnl, ?25; Spcr.ial to erlsrjn Collese, Total Treasurer's Statement collecllona, Lailles' Aid coiilrlbutlons, Ren- tals of church, unvresenled thf.cfc, ?20. Tol.il Expenditures: To debt, balanne from JtiiS, ?1E4.00; sal.irlss, 6rgnu supply, (ifi; pulpll supply, Missions. KHB, S3.'..EO: li, water. til.RS; taxes, Prosbyiery fund, SCO; power, repairs, etc. ,.f 349.00; printinc and ail- vcrllaenicnls, J1JD.20; light, S103.SO: tncn'a batuiuet sUlionery and postage, jf.0.78; nundrlcs, In Mir.ince, choir, JlOO; S210.12; inlercsl, Jl.253.25: biilnnoe on hand, Tolnl J10.210.45. Statement of amounts for al Collections, rent of Aleck Xnsh was in the city on Wednesday on his way to H. C. from Crane Lake, Saskatchewan. Mr. Xas'i was In charge of tho.Gordon Ironsides and Fere rnnch on the Blootl Ilcaervo FANTAIL PIGEON HATCHES BARRED ROCK Hens hatch out ducklings, but the proud rolr. of being the mother of a Barred Rock chicken has fat. Icn to a fantall pigeon, the prop- erty of H .C. Hasscll of 618 Four- teenth Street south. Thc chicken is described as "fln4 and dandy." Mother and child are doing well. SIX MONTHS FOR CROOKED FUR DEAL At the city police court on Thursday morning, Maurice Lip- son given six months in the provincial jail for obtaining furs to the value of from Green and Adams by means of a worth- less -note. The accused pleaded for suspended sentence as he had a wife and family. .Magistrate Irwln, however, hefd that the pub- lic had to be protected. SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From the Special New York Number of "MOTOR" Become expert in" its mechan- ism by studying the Eleventh Edition, and very latest Dyke's Encyclopaedia It It is to be a Henry Ford, or a Ford Farm Tractor, we have the books to tell you all about how to run it, on' everything- THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Avc. Phone 613 K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Oranges, new navals, per doz., -iSc, 60c and..... Lemons, large per dozen............. Olives, Lunch, Queen, small bottles, each Cauliflower, large white heads, each We and White Onion PIckieB, bottle Chill Sauce, Van j per bollio Tomato Soup. Snider's large alzo, 2 tins 40c 15c 50c 38c Spanish Onions, per Ib................ Bananas, 2 Iba. for................. Celery, per Ib................... Eggn, re-candled No. 1, storage, per doz...... Peanut Butter, per tin.................. Spinach, Libby's 2U cite, each Chicken Kiddie, per tin.............. 10c 35c 20c 70c 35c 3Dc SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY Early June, Blue Jay brand. 2 tin-: .for Tapioca, apioca, S 9C- CAi for per ib. irn 9 hi. Silffloiii Clover Leaf, Ull Sago, 2 :bs. for Vinegar, Holbroot'i Pure; Eng- lish Malt, iiji per boltle 4U.C .Tarn. Strawberry and.Apple and Raspberry and Apple, per 4 Ibs. pail....... each Tea, Donalco, green lab- el, half pound Tea, Nabob, per DDC 40c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 TO HELP SOCIALISTS NEW YORK, Jan. tives of every labor and civic orffflniza- tiou In the state will lio risked by the Socialist parly to scnil two representa- tives to a convention at -Albany, Jan- uary 31, to protest against.thc BUS- pension of Ihe five Socialist asscmbry- men, it was announced hero today. M tARLOW'S EAT ARKET tf you desire service, quality and satisfaction in meats open your account wilh us for 1020. Delivery to part of the illy. All phono orders given personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 AT Wellington Bros. Store SHERLOCK BUILDING JUG CANADIAN SOLDIERS ARE DISSATISFIEU l.OXDOX, Jan. Canadian Dissatisfaction is bcnii; sponsible for tlic ranching cxparienccs oblaine'r! by many an old-.tlmer In tho city, notably Mr. Justice, Ives wbo got his first knowledge of Iho ranee Sir. Nash. Mr. NasJl Is well known In tbo Pin- cher Creek and Mtllo Bow tllstrlc'. When he left tbo Bloo.1 'Rcsen-e ha their payments arc being murio hi currency, with n conaenuenl loss of exchange. This, .they allege, is contrary to enlislmeni coalitions. At a meeting on Tuesday, they ppoini- ed a coitimUlco of nine to obtain Can- adian currency in Iho future and (o recover back balances. If necessary they will enforce their rights con-' weni ilown east, InteiKiing la r, lime of leisure, but'he somi fell effects of tho humdrum liio thero af- ler tho expericncea of thb ranching Weal, In fact ho soys, he felt like n nip Van'Winkle there and so came back again to the West thai drew him experience on Ibc range, to keep the spring water flowing boiling water ba-i to be uacd. Sir. Nash Is going on to locato In B. lie took charge of Iho ranch of Oor- C, "No east for mo this I 'he. re- Fare at Crane i marked, "I shall not go further than lb to Dec. I7lh Iho mountains, BO as lo be close at Mr. Xanh, he encountered the band when I fitirt I am nimble to resist hardest spell 'of cold weather In his the cnll of tho