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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta cant b> Hie 'w..........., urj." why oriidn of "Jim HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY M. 1W1 Electing Officers V. S. CONSW- SUMMONED TO CALIFORNIA BY ILLNESS OF FATHER Mwonlc Lod and Ladie, A.d to Tlw llnntldl KKK.NIK. Ulllll'd SMm Conaul Norton K. Hrand. left Name >'ew Municipal Council of Arg.vle l-Voni Our O'.vu 'i Ailterta, January fug of tlie Municipal Council lield in tho see- his father, seventy-six yearn of age. who lives there, was dangerously 111, and asking that Mr. Brand go at once lo Pomona, lie left by tho Great Northern and expects to be gone fur ten days, or two weeks. Vice-Consul HMiitingtou will be in charge of tho Consulate during tho absence of Mr. .Mi'Liid. j slight accident happened to a 'fflce on batunlay January; heavy train or coal which was leav- following ors being, here !V C' ivs lioo. Miller, P. Math-. the crossing of the Elk Valley Lum- A MacLeod. company's logging track. The ot last were read flanEes whidi clear the snow from the rails were down and tore up the diamond when the train struck it. Ii. j Minute ........._ I and nn motion adopted. Requests were presented from the No convey the nient hasi was re; definite fa adjourn- lie ---A .n -I i! 'ftlltlnS3- In the soul ol ed after having devoted nearly all the IIL on th? ,11.11, hko municipal democracy, devoid of and with no time of its first session to-hearing ami Echnol debcnt-.ires. without the for the shiims of society. i Foch, Field .Maislial Sir of the British imperial Germany i Company. "sk'jV; W W. T. J. R. Watt Moved by Councillor MacLeod, that he above accounts be ordered pafd. deoting adjourned on motion by The members of the Masonic lodge Masonic hall on Thursday, -Oth. for the purpose ot in- ntttions l stalling new offlcers for the year 1921 w w R Thompson; S. A. McMillan; J. W.. W. A. i Blair; Chaplain. R. A. MacLeod; treas- especial- j D j jicDiarmld. secretary, John Long; S. D., S, Daly; J. D. Frank O.Brieu; S. S.. C. G. Ximmons; J. S. Campbell; I. G.. J. B. Allison; The officers were 0. G., Geo. hold in danger of having to take to the prairie on a winter's night, to save themselves from thtj devouring element. The occurrence took place about the middle of the week, the news only' town -engineer, a commercial course by the principal of the high school, and dressmaking or plain sewing wlll make the third class, and will be pre- sided over by a competent person. The snow storm Saturday and Sun- brought cold weather with five h 1903 and Hv en thav n beginning now to niter through the I iero Tuesday, but during the ordinary channels, the owner treating forenoon a real Chinook came In from the matter lightly. Anderson is a j ?he W_e3t, melting the snow, and bring- tractor farmer and" thresher, ed a Ford car, installed in having a workshop with a larga as- well died last March, and slnw that time Mr. Colwell has llTed on his farm near Ensign. All the trustees of the Nmnton Con- solidated School District whosa terms eiplred, were re-vltcUd M fallows; Nanton. J. S. Blake; Craig, R. Greig; Coleraine, A. E. White. The other members of the board who hold tierson is a auuw, auu unns- other mnmham nf ter. and own- gladness to everyone. Wednesday over are- Nanlon Dr CK. l in a garage winter day, with bright John O tu sunshine, and the tharmometor a n _ Su, sortment of tools, and containing u small heater, used for cold weather Preparing for spring operations with his tractor, he had plaeed in the gar- age, a steel barrel of gasoline, a bar- rel of Polariner a barrel of heavy oil, and another partly full of gaso- line. No fire was in the heater, but there was some straw usar the building a spark is supposed -to have fallen into it, as he was overhauling the car that day, and had a fire in the sto- e. Roused about midnight by the 11: SI) a.m. At peace conference, began at' installed .by R. Bro. W. R. Coch- the smell of gasoline he investigated W. Bro. N. Nicholson and the outside door of the house be- Jng open to admit fresh air, saw fire i The annual meeting of the Ladies'! sweeping past the house. The garage M OC Ia5t the j catching flre was soon a mass of uiig 01 _tne Presbyterian Hall. The following of-; flames, and the gasolitie exploding The ui u itu i fit.; year J-liil. mt, Mrs. Tildtm.; 1st viue-presl- of German I Mrs Langme; 2nd vice-presiden n the r, Brown; secretary, Mrs. J. B. treasurer. Mrs. D. S. McMil- After the ollicers had been elect si on the pro- I P.m. the council adjonrn-j district is to be 'made the tost, that dis- trict the merit of tlon bonds Irrigation likely to be hr.ld up in c.ih.jr di It Is there tho GoYCnraieut liuii prove disti'i cible. Delay is sure to ti'dii but the rjoveniniimt "IKIS tlionglii. (iitoiit tliat foatnru and iy pare'd to risl: it. ratlier tlin.n e upon a comTilr-ti; poliry. wants to find out first th-t L bridge N'orthprn venture, ir gutiun districts can nw.t th'Hr turo obligations. If it tl tho (iiUJi.-uitios will bn Tho other d tricts can KO nn (ho mr.rktt iiiui tutn money, a urovinr te was a pIAin man of tho iieoplo and died a plain man, without, his bead being turned over the fame which it was his to reach. Though when he journeyed to Edinburgh he became a literary idcl, receiving the favnrd ;uid v i attentions of the lenders of fashion.: 'ts are, such as Jane, Duchess of Gordon, and1 I11''5'! nt men, such as Lord Monboutlo, jjiajrt he remained tiie unspoiled darling, never forgetting and always'being proud of his humble: origin, ever anxious to get back to his ov.-n tieonle. refresbments were served and siiehii hour was spent. threw a heavy shower almost over the dwelling, frightening Mrs. Auder son, while her husband rushing out found it impossible to save anything but the rear end of the car, which was all apart for repairing, but decided The rtepayersfhe Rocky Coulee Xollef' School District their' annual I school meeting on Thursday of last v.eek, and a large representative meet- I .le conference- was oneile.l with a lng all ratepayers. Much discussion tt-f'Ch nt HT 1'i-nifiiiiT- TJi'i-iiiil I a not to risk pulling it out with a horse. The garage, a large collection of c.f the Frt'nch military niiasion in Ber on question. IP conference- oiienecl mg ai ail r yjfcwh nf welcome, by iTenilor Briand. took placo educational I'iln oi1 pncie'y, H? trait in hijji in Itis "Tho rniin, tJin' u'er sac puir, is o' niL-n I'ur that ,-iv-n him iiopuiurhy ;ind which IKIH on- him in p'are of licii! him tlio elected on the board for a term of three years. On Friday iast Mr. J. Clifton vs. hois Audett were in the police court on settlement of a wage bill which Mr. Audett IKK] refused to pay, Mr. Xorman J. P., of Claresholm, called to ant in this case. After tluj evidence heard from two witnesses Mr. Fleming who had acted .........i as bookkeeper for Mr. Auclett, took that Mr. Clifton's bill for ?55.0Q which showed the time worked was correct according to the hooks. Mr. Audett was ordered to pay the wage bill with cost of court. Mrs, C. E. Henker left on Monday Bulgaria as a war factor, tal-rr-u. Tim Lloyd tloorjro cabinnt de- rid-jcl cainnnijrn of ficneral Allen- 'ny, foinr.Kindf.T the. I'ritiah troops in .Vir'.-nnoi-.T-ni.L wJn'i-'h Sf'flQd Turkey. "Thp ntilitnry liave done to atten-l the U F their vrurk Now it i, M> to in Edmonton. :hii i.vlio tuom f) conipicrn thpir lank." A. convention J ir. power, j Mri5> gation bonds are o KOOI! The IVjvince to coursa railicr thai: outer liium a iml- fcar thtit for all lime, even it thn init- ial vc-ntur'-'s did provo mi-rit or irrigation thn Ijomii; of (lietriots would have to lie' Thiii-Q id consirlcrahle to be r-nu! in favor of tliiw coin-so. Tho I'.'ui'thei-n distriut caisnot offer an ob-, iiLTiion, bw auso it IIHHHI early; roj.'striivttou of system it so ur-' E. II. Soliram spent several visiting relatives in Claresholm thin woek. On ThuL-sflay evening the Young Men's Club opened and a large rrowd of cil of tbwn and coun- try were preHHitt. The evening was I spout. In a whim drive and dancing. (From Our Ov.'ii Tho ladies had refroshments IMr'Ti'Rl'1 IH'TTF l-iii 'ist served at midnight. The to lliMK'.i.'iimcriiillowwl hinil in'are nut t') linvc n membership over 'ii.turo Buiij) iron SiiriiiKs tho hundred per mark. tools, the car, gasoline anil oil, and everything about the building were totally destroyed, the house and other buildings being kept out of the rango of the flames. The loss is estimated at but to expressions of sym pathy, the owner replied, '.'that's noth Ing to what I've lost sometimes. Get it all back, with irrigation next year." Apropos of the remark, the farm Is under the Taber irrigation canal. Rumors have been circulating late- ly, that, tlie home of Fred Schrop, south of Taber across Chin Coulee had been burned about r- week ago The rumor appears incorrect, the true facts being that the beautiful farm home of Mr. Schrop, In the Palousf country, Washington, recently fell t prey to the .flames, the family accord ing to recent advices having to es- cape iu their night clothing. Tha Schrop farm here was rented to a parture for Washington. sunshine, and the thermometer freezing point all day. Messrs. .Brown, of Beaver Creek and Hunter, of Nine Mile, In the For cupine.Hills, wara in Macleod this week. They report horses and cattle in splendid condition, and every one .with enough feed to carry them through the winter. COMMUNITY CLUB AT MILK RIVER (From Our Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Jan. ity Club hag been organized with a roll of 23 members. It is to be commer cial, political, and social for Milk River and district. Officers are aa fol lows: Air. Win. Tolley, president- Frank Ellert, yicn-president; Geo Tbomphor, secretary-treasurer, giecu- tive committee: Dr. Giles, I. Mantle F. Pease. Entertainment committee- Chairman, Mr. Springbet, Mr. Young Baines, Jochemn, T. Hunt. The Community Cluh are giving an At Home in Tolley's hall next Friday evening, January 28th, which the committee in charge are making ex- tensive preparations for every sue MASQUERADE DANCE HELD AT ALTORADO (From Our O.wn Corresondent) NEMISKAM, Jan. Altora'do, January loth, a most successful mas- querade dance was held by the U. F. A. Mrs. Kric Donaldson's Red Cross nurse, Mrs. E. Lyne's Dutch girl, and Mrs. Shaw's. 1800 period girl were par- .icularly good. Misa J. Voller took the adies' prize as Fairy Queen. Jack leatherington the gentlemen's as Santa Claus. Mr! M. Lynos ,went to Edmonton to he convention as the Altorado dele- Mr. P. A. Baker, of Nemiskam him. _ i Billy Wooley, Luther Phay and Stan- For the first time in many months lley Blachman returned last week hare- nro nn nf A Tery heavy {M flf anow E. C. Carr, McPherson. un Prairie. Rolling Plains, Philliu The lurety for Mrs. Erwln, who is charged with perjury In connection with Minor CUM, BM wltkdrmwn her bond, and an bMn sued (or her arrtit, Mn.-sRrwIa hM gone to the SUtei, placing eut- slde ot the jurisdiction of court, making her bond very risky proposi- tion. If she In broilikt hick ISM will have to give a new bond, or renwlu in custody until her News. total cost of oneratlnr the school last year m.Ul.n, but this amount Includes J1041 taid for a Ford car, which might considered as beloncinr to capttal account. Teach- ers' salaries amounted to M.587101 traniportation cost tlS.504.33; fuel caretaking and smaller Items made up the remainder of the operating cost. Taxes amounted to and government grant to The, uncollected taieii amounted to The of district art estlmat.d at 71.M7 and the liabilities at which ncludes the ditanture of f SENATOR FRANK SEES IN RUSSIA t-RIENb IN WAR WITH JAPAN 'rank, Republican, Maryland. h the senate today that 'the govern- nent was being Influenced by the Brit- sh government not to' trull with ia and that meantlne British nwr- hants were monopoliitot tke Roulan market. Referring to uM was "the necessity of-developing friendly rela- lons with Russia." MaryHnd sen- ator declared the will come when the United and Japan will be at he added that the way o meet this, danger, wad to htt- er relations with Russia tad reiooyc he obstructions this government was lacing In the way of Vith that ountry. 1 tin: i 111! FOREMOST ROASTS OF FINE "WINTER Will euger I'nr.i dislrfcls, whi'.-h l.o i! initil irrigation 1! i i'OVC-ll to :i .'I- 'AriKOiia. In rrii'-no ;i .'iftpnvanls to be a may lu be ona m' doKiV'i! O'.vu Correspondent) FOHKAHj.ST. Jim. very Iiraiui of winier weather still coMtiniir.'K uitii an occasional touc'.h of tii.11 r.f a trir i.r in tiisjrciii winter. Wo had a rather severe! n'. Vr. A. U. .Ic'iinF-, Hio atonn last Siuuliiy night. The balance .Innos lias I'ur I of the wehk been' very flne. lln-oo y. Mr. and .'.irs. i'crry iiiiily an.! iiy untiring efl'firw I some friciMl.s nt a party last night. lj.....i in.-.'niiiv r.lal in a.l.-aiii'ini: i IIf. or Cranliruok, 13. C., visit- i-il ni" "rini'in ion ill tile I'ir-1 liin cousin. Air. (.iilree in town for inv linn.' K.-biw! distrii-t. j ii days, iln lias land near Etzikom, Tli" i-nai .wliich hush'nd II.-.H hcr-j trying to rent or for s.'vi-ral sell it. :i la. n t' Iliiu niieilra! 1111 aKain, The Girls' flub met at the parson- "'1 ''i" ;iM'ii i.avp iT'iiiniful td on Thursday evening. Air. Ciiarlii'i llaivi.! linn Mr. W. H. Kninmct and family are moving out tu tiro .country. They have 11'1 i tail v, for the past iici'll v.'orHiug ill Coal- l'i tiTiiff! linllin. W. M. Cindy, c.f h V i'ri' nils in i'ictuni Ilutte. REilRED CIVIC SF.RVANTS licfotv ll'i.'.'t .liiiio it i.-, .1 that -KM will r-tircrl miilcr tho Calilcr il at UM latit of par- bought hind near Wostlleld. Mr. J. Hobeilson left for. a visit lo Calaary tin 'Wednesday.1 SIR AUCKLAND WON'T TALK I.IVKUPOOL, Jau. Auckland fJeiltles, Ilritlsh ambassador to tlm Un- ited states, who was called to London' 10 days ago, landed here this morning nt S o'clock. He declined to receive Uewauaunr rarrcsnumlenU. w e many drirts. but fine clear weather Brier More Ibbacco ibr the Mon Packages ;