Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THB LOCAL NIWI WBI^ItB ^OV ilXPEGt It THE HBRALD1B PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1921 " LETHPRIDGIS. ALBERl'A. n diflen L N. Scheme Going to Edmonton to Intenrtew Govefiiinent Abont the Bonds ^ fortunes ot the Ijethbrldge' North-torn Irrlifatwh district today Beom to 1)6 of a more eheerfnl nature. XTverr meibbfi'i^ of the boaM of trustee thlB momlUK expressed, themselyps of being very hopeful, of fruitful occur-reudes in,the near future. All this IB caused by the yislt of A. N. Baldwin, of Portland, with vrffom Is T. J. Phelps, and W. B. Buell and J. T. Gal-braith, of Seattle. _ Mr. iialdwin represents A bond , house, which has close connections, the Herald understands with the Anglo-Paris Bank at San Francisco. Mr. Baldwin has been investigating every phase "of the Lethbridge JSiorthem proposition. The other men- are engineers and have been going over the district strictly from an engineer's standpoint. They are not connected with Mr. Baldwin. This afternoon Mr. Baldwin; with Trustee' George Chew will leave tor Edmonton to interview provincial of-flcialB. Mr. Chew, who had l)een in Portland and district for some time, is directly responsible forinteresting these men in the I.�tlibridge Northern Irrigation district. Although these men have been in I^thbridge for several days no proposition has been made by any of them in regard to bonds, but it is considered likely the investigations will result in a pronouncement one way or the other. They have not had a meeting with lli^ board of trustees as yet. Mr. Chew said this "morning that Mr. Baldwin is not connected with a contracting firm in any way. SHORTcSsE FOR-sows WIVES Program for Important G^ither-ing Here at the I^atter Part .of February Tomorrow," Mr. A. B. Ottewell. Other speakers will ipe announced later. Friday ; 10 to ll-Lecture, uuyitigrt'as applied to milk and Vegotablfis. : 11 to 12-Lecture, commujaity work tor" women. ^' J: 30-farewell lecture, ^ delegates only. . ; 8 to 4-'Demonstratloh ot Ijiundi'y work. ,. ' 4 to 6-Deraonstt'atioii df sewingj UB0 of patterns and remodejQitig: ^ - 8 to 10-Soiilal evehingJ^ith motion pictures under the 4'r' well with the audience. Mrs. Conybeare gave a vety good flnisli to tlie name part which she sustained, and entered Into the character in very natural style. Miss Dorothy Edwards showed a nice appreciation ot the newly married wife. As Mrs. Honeywood, the sportive widow, the performance ot Miss Minnie Hazell was a noticeable one in the very commendable .way,in which she lived up to the part. The character of Uncle Browser was j-emarkably well portrayed by Mr. Goorge Fleming. It was rftstrained and full of a quiet and very taking humor in the way It was handled. It helped a very gi'eat deal In the entertaining qualities ot thei pluy. As the young husband, Mr. Ro/'.Kiovill made a very favorable impresBiou. Ho gave the part its due proportion. As the bachelor friend, Mr. Eric Ings did very well, but a good deal ot his acting was discounted, it we may be allowed to say so, by the habit common an^ng some amateurs of the too per-slBtent practice ot looking at and ad-droBsihg the audience to the extent ot taking away dll the illusion of the play, in the paftlcnlur stagecraft necessary in actors distinguisliod ..from solo entertainers. This should not be taken in the nature of criticism but as a helpfiU reminder. Mucli help was given the entertainment by Mrs. Geo. Fleming, as accompanist, and Mrs. Geo. ."Vlclvor and Mlsn .Jackson, the pianists, PAGE SEVEN Five Months for Theft of Dress At the city police court, on Saturday morning, Olga Hansemman, alias Kitty Donaldson, was sentenced to five months in Fort Saskatchewan jail for tho theft' of a silk dress from the Hudson's Bay Co.'s store. This was was tho case which was remanded, when it came up before the Magistrate on Friday, for the appearance of I two witnesses for the defence which the accused said she could produce. She pleaded guilty to the charge, saying that .she did not know what she was doing when she took tho dress, as she had been drinking. Northside People Voice Complaint To School Board Object to Burgmann's Hall For School Class Rooms WANT GYMNASIUM KEPT AS AUDITORIUM tales against putting tlie children there in tho mornings. It was argued that as tlio southsldc citizens have the Y.M.C.A. and otlier halls flhe northside ahouSd bo left the gymnasium. WOMEN FINED FOR SELLING LIQUOR At a special sitting ot the A. P. P. court on Friday night, three women, Helen Patterson, Annie Mays and Vera McDonald, vrere each fined $125 with costs for being in possession 'of liquor for sale, or three months on default of payment. The fines were paid. The prosecutions were under the Liquor Department. In the afternoon of the sumo day Sam Bikman paid tho fine of $100, with coats, for having liquor for sale. Ratepayers of tlie northside are opposed to using Durgmnn's hall and tho Westminster gymnasium as class rooms, according to a resolution passed at a ratepayers' meeting held last night in the above gymnasium. A committeo was appointed td interview the school board Tuesday night about this matter. Among those on the committee are Dr. K. B. E. Thomson, Charles Peacock and Chris. Donaldson. They will probably have some alternative proposition to lay before tho board, the Herald was told tills morning. The meeting, which was presided over by Dr. Thomson, limited itself to tho discussion of Burgman's hall and the gymnasium as class rooms. Arthur Frame acted as secretary and a good turnout was . experienced. C. G. Olantfer discussing the meeting said the ratepayers object to Burgman's hall because they consider it unsanitary arid dangerous In case of fire. It Was pointed out that nearly every night a dance is going on there until one or two o'clocit In the morning and tho ratepayers did not consider this as a fit piaco to put the children in early in the morning. In regard to the fire situation it was pointed out that both the entrance to the stairs and the fire escapes are at the rear of tho hall and should smoke come from that portion the children would lie trapped. The stairs aro not wide and arc steep and in the case of a slanipeao many might bo injured. The gymnasium is the only auditorium the public have on the northside and they desire to keep it for public; use. It is likewise the only enclosed recreation provision tlie children have. Now it is being used four nights out of every week and this, like the case of Burgman's hall mill- Day of Fasting With Moniioiis \Tomorrow will be observed us a spc^nal day ot fasting by the Lattor-diiy Halnts of the Lotlibridgo ward, Bishop Geo. \V. Green announced to-l C .� per lb................^OC Two-Minute Oat Food. OA^ per pkg...............fciUC Quick Puddings, Custards and Tapioca- 1 C/* per pkg...............1.0 C Scotch Herrings, Kippered, and Herrings In Tomato Sauce- This week, O C _ 2 for...................UOC 12c 9c 14c 85c Lif|ui(l Animonia- liottie.............. Golden West Ammonia Powder, pkg.......... Royal Crown Ammonia Powder, pkg......... Wlilte Hose Toilet Soap, 12 largo cakes...... Extracts Lemon and Vanilla, 2 oz.........LMk. Extracts Lemon and Q C /� Vanilla, 8 oz...........ODC Extracts Lomoi\ and djjj I r Vanilla, 10 oz......ipl.lJ Pumpkin-B.C. paclc- per tin............ Succotash- 2 tins for......... French Mai:aronI - Long or ready lull weight 16 oz. pitgs, each .20c 45c mg or '!".20c GEO. KERR & CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1365. NO CHARGE Consultation Is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH & SMITH CHIROPRACTORS \ 205 Sherlock Block Phones 1677 and 14-11. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS THE following HEAD EVES EARS . NOSE THROAT tf-- APMS HEART LUN05 JVOLlVtR ti\> STOMACH \\V3Pl,tEN IW KIDNEYS ' ^ DOWELS APPENDIX . [bladder �lov;er Cdi/ma LirtflS LOWER PirfCHED nerves, impossible to furmi5h proper impulses (life and health] to their organs and tissues uuiuminiini BENEFIT DANCE DIAMOND CITY SCHOOL HOUSE FRIDAY, JANUARY 28TH Gentlemen $1.50-Ladies free. REBEKAH DANGE TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25TH BEST of music. DANCING FROM 9 TILL 2. ADMISSION BY INVITATION. PHONE 1636, 1404, or 1633. STREET CAR AFTER DANCE. DRESS, INFORMAL. IN LABOR KALL, OPP. COLONIAL THEATRE FREE NfcRVES - HEALTH ~ IND % PU3 Jg!|" VIGOR-VITALTV^j/ COMMENCING AT 0 P.M. LADIES INVITED! INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZER, OF MINNEAPOLIS, VVILL ADDRESS THE MEETING. SUBJECT-"TEMPERANCE VS. PROHIBITION"