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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TOW KXraCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ufl LOCAL MEWS TUESDAY. JANUARY 25, 1931 LKTHWUiXlE, PAGE Only Fire Loss in the City In 1920 On Risk of Over Sfftl Was Lew Than 1919 Loss Hardy's Annual Report In hio annmU report tor JUO, aonted at the meeting of the city NOTARIES APPOINTED recent Issue oOB W. C. Act As a result, M It Is understood, of the vote of censure passed at a meet- ing of the Alberta Medical Associa- tion at Edmonton last week, Dr. W. S. Oalbralth, Lethbrldge, president; Dr. Wright, Edmonton, chairman ot the council ot, the collese of physic- ians and surgeons; Dr. Re veil, of Al- berta University, a member of the college ot physicians and surgeons; Dr. Gershtw, of Medicine Hat, past president of the Alberta Medical as- sociation, and Dr. Anderson, of Cal- gary, past president, have resigned. A rumpus was caused by the medi- cal association ot Calgary over the action of the executive in passing a resolution dealing with a possible future relationship between doctors and Workmen's Compensation Act. Thla relationship Is desired by the Federation of Labor. The executive passed a resolution in which the principle of extending medi- cal aid In-the Workmen's Compensa- tion Act to families of the work- men was approved of by the Individ- ual members of the committee, and willingness expressed to co-operate In bringing It Into effect along lines that would be satisfactory to all concern- ed. Thin resolution added that a be taken of all members of :he profession in the province to as- certain their attitude la the mutter. The executive was accused of attempt- Ing to bring the profession under state control without consulting the mem- tiers of the association. It was argued that the Individual opinions ot the necutlve, lumped In a group and put n the form of a resolution, were more or less a committment of the entire body of medical men In the Tovlnce. The executive committee was criticized for not ascertaining the opinion of the members c? the asso- cw.tlon before passing a resolution at all. C.P.R. WILL DISCONTINUE DOUBLE DAY SERVICE ON MACLEOD BRANCH Notice has been given by the C. P. H., to the towns on Macleod-Cal- Karr line to the (tfect that the two trains put on that lino last year will be disctinued. Before this can be application tag to mi to the Railway Con.ailsBlon. The ap- plication has been made. In the notices sent out, next Satur- day is given as the last day of the ser- vice. This service consists of .trains 540 and 541. One train leaves Cal- gary at 8.50 a.m., and returning Macleod at 3 p.m. H. C. TRACTOR AND ENGINE SCHOOL NOW IN SESSION IN CITY The fourth annual tractor school to hs held by the I. H. C. opened yester- day afternoon, and wlH continue dur- ing the entire week. This school Is being conducted by the company, tree of charge, for the benefit of owners of tractors and en- gines of any make, also for all who are Interested In power machinery, and a cordial Invitation Is extended to anyone who wishes to attend this school. A good attendance was registered for the opening day, and It Is expect- ed that many more will be In attend- ance today. Mr. R. W. Greenway, manager ot the Lethbrldge branch, gatre the open- ing: address and impressed the entr with the fact that tha company wit he 1 all of them :z gtt na much In- formation as possible during their stay at the school, and that the com- pany's experts are willing to take up any special work which they 'nay sug- In addition to the engine and trac- tor work, the company has arranged to have a special representative from their plow factory In attendance on Friday, who will talk on the subject ot plows and plowing: he will be glad to discuss any difficulties, or ex- plain any which the stud- ents may wish to know. For the benefit of those who are unable to attend the school now In session, the company Is putting on another school during the week of February 7th to 12th. CIVIL SIZES SESSIONS Notices have been .Issued calling for i session ot the non-jury civil court u Lethbrldge commencing Monday, anuary II, first Monday In March, Irst Monday In May, Brat Monday in une, first Monday in October and ourth Monday In November. Insufficient EvidMce ftaMltg in Freeing Thru Mtffrath ftsri Raymond Men Electing for speedy trtol, dim ttltchle. of Magralk, appeared before Judge Jackson 01 Monday attefwrtm, arraigned three charges ut Urging and uttering a cheque. pleaded "not guilty." After hearing the evi- dence hit Honor acquitted tile defend- ant. The charges against Ritchie irere that at Magrath, on or about Nov 30th, 19SO, did knowingly force a cer- tain document, to wit, a cheque pur- porting to be signed by Otto' Miner, drawn on the Bank of Montreal, Ma- grata, tor the sum of (34, payable to George Richards; that he on or about Nov. SOth, knowing the cheque to be forged, did utter it as ij it were gen- uine; that on or about Nov. 30th he by false and fraudulent pretence did obtain from one Johnnie Long the sum of JS3.GO, the said false pre- being that a certain cheque for the sum of purporting to bo signed by Otto Miner payable to Richards or order was given by him to the said Johnnie Long, and In ex- change for which received the sum of IJJ.SO, wmg a Ttlld cheque and would be honored on presentation. The principal witness-for the crown ORGANIZE EOT LIF1 COUNCIL THURSDAY Thursday night another atort will uade to organise the LetkbrMfO Boy Life Council. Two meetings have been held, tie first of which was enthusiastic affair but at the secont when It was expected organisation Work would be completed the turnoit was too small to do business. Tom Rldpath, who was chairman pro tern has Issued letters to each accredited representa- tive In the hope that Thursday uigltt one hundred per cent, attendance will be recorded. Those who attended the meeting last Thursday believe thlc organisation has a splendid fururt ahead o( It. was the Chinaman, Johnnie Loon, on whom the cheque WH alleged to have been passed. There, was a, Izck of corroborative In that there were no witnesses as to the transaction. Accused stated that he was not in the Ch.lnamU'i on the day mentioned. A witness, Coleman, said that on tke late ID question the accused to kls real- donee after dark and spent even- Ing with htm. The Cntnamnn tcpdMtt that the cheque wic handed W ttltr and cashed by him between tve and six In the evening ot Nov. SOth. Dr. K.C, for the crown, and J. C. Hendrr Cor the In the same court the charges of forgery preferred fcy tKe etpwti against Joseph B. Smith and Arch I W. Donald, in connection wtth thu cue of Katr.liel Baker, of lUyUODd, were withdrawn by the crown, CIVIL. JURY COURT Interviews Government on the Proposal CALGARY, Jan. A special dis- patch from Edmonton to the Herald says: I "Tho possibility of, American cap-i Ital from the Pacific Coast for Invest- ment in Alberta Irrigation projects was brought to the front today when N. L. U. FOOTBALL CLUB NAMES OPTICERS TONIGHT Genrge Chew, trustee of the Leth- district, and The North Lethbrldge United foot- ballers expect to elect officers at a meeting In the basement of West- mlnfster school tonight at 8 o'clock. "Mr. Baldwin, who represents the Ralph Schneeloch Company, of Port- jand, a bond buying and selling cor- poration that has considerable to do Irrigation enterprises across the line, told the ministers of the govern- ment that the Lethbridge scheme had. been well advertised at the coast, and j the interests which he represented' had been sufficiently attracted ny it to' undertake an investigation. An en- gineer was already on the Mr. Baldwin, and wag looking Into the project In behalf of his company. The proposed undertaking was undoubted- ly a feasible and meritorious one, ho thought, and the Sehneloch Company was interested enough to ue now ser- iously investigating It. Not Finally Settled "It was likely, he said, that several more visits would be made from Port- land to Lethbrldge and lOdmonton be- fore the matter was finally decided. "No definite proposition was put forward by the Portland bond men, and the question of tendering for the debenture issue, with or without larger government guaran- tee, was not discussed in any but a preliminary way. Acting Premiei Mitchell said In reply that no de- cision would be reached by tho as to a future- irrigation, policy until Premier Stewart had re-' turned to duty. In a tentative way. he said, the matter had been taken by thn executive council, but Irrl-1 Cation wits one of the big questions! that must be left over for definite; tiction until the premier's return. "It Is understood that the Portland' liond firm will continue Its notwithstanding the lack of any .infinite, statement from the govern- Jnent, and Its engineer will shortly .renort upon llio results of his ICTM- tigatlbn." K. R. HUNT AN AUDITOR Kenneth R. Hnnt of Nobletorrt has been appointed u official auditor. ance. It is likely a number of Rotar- lans from Lethbrldge will be present at the meeting. the past four months district 19 of Rotary has led In attendance records, a letter from District Gover- nor Jack Davis announced today. RESIGNATIONS ANNOUNCED The Alberta Oazette contains the following resignations and retire- ments: Willlal Douglas Goodsir, process issuer of Carmangay; Thomas D. Lewis, J. P., of Claresholm; Thomas HutchhMon. J. P., of Medicine Hat; William Watsoi; Bell, J. P., of Seven Persona; R. A. Wright, Issuer of mar- riage licenses, Lethbridge; Wlllmot V McMillen, J. P., of Lethbrldge; Bill son S. Hawk, J. P., of Raymond. The civil Jury court will commence Jttlngs In Lethbridge on the first ifonday In April and the third Monday in November. Fairbanks IN "One of the Blood" EMPRESS THIS WEEK DORIS KEANE In Edward Sheldon's Cele- brated Play, "ROMANCE" Directed by CHET WITHIY EMPRESS THIS WEEK o rox MO PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. Andia Building Third Avenue Couth AUCTION SALE will beheld from 11 to 1 TOMORROW on acaount of half-holiday. BENDER'S Jeweler. 5th St. South. If you feel fagged and worn out try drinking a glass of warm milk before going to bed. "ftu will be surprised now nuickly you fall asleep and how rested you feel neit day. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED To Your Veu an the best jMstfO carry. If they wire not good, M would have built up Particular MM nm cheten IMOIUM rigid. Their satisfaction our beat 45c 80c ,80c 35c stock; size. Pur Ib. Quick Puddings, Cuitard, 15c and lap par Sago and perlb............, hud puck.d. tin Peal and per tin Chow Chow Pickles, Quart tins, each........, Sold Bar Pineapple- No. 2 ilia......... per Lyle'i English Golden Syrup, 4 lb. tin Royal Shield per lb............... Royal Shield per lb............... Royal Salad Dressing, large size Self-rising Buckwheat Flour, 2 lOc 9c 20c 20c I CTOM. 40c ,47c 95c 95c 60c 75c 50c 45c Fancy Mixed Ripe 40c, 70c4aa Corn on Gallon Fish wrtltt lb. Mtkd per Ib............. Florida (J s fruit, each.. IDC Bartlett Falls, siM Gongs Soup n H I Van Hotttenf JA per tin ................4UC Cream assorted OaTon: large np tin...................JDC Polishing OC per bottle Moor and Old English- Aft per tin................9wC Free Delivery M All Pirta tf the City. CC ODC GEO. KERR CO. PAMILV GROCERi. MM AND INI. Good health intentions don't get or keep your health. Doing the things you should for health, includes care of your spinal condition. See ua today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 201 tHINLOCK BLDG. PHONBB 1441. USE WESTERN MILK The Dairy Herds on Pacific Coast are the best la Canada. Pacific Milk Is the only milk canned between On- tario and British Colum- bia. It is entirely owned and controlled In Western Canada. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. and Abbotsford, B.C. P. A Company, trlkutort for BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Wlio there that doesn't like a good piece of Bread, If It made with the right flaror and In a sanitary way? QUAKER BREAD Is, and to your liking. It has met with wide faror and will please you just as It has pleased others. It's at good at It looks. John Gi'more Ltd. of Brtid. PHONE 371 BENEFIT DANCE DIAMOND CITY SCHOOL HOUSE FRIDAY, JANUARY 28TH Gentlemen free. MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR VOUM Df ALIII CAN OET IT FOR YOU ;