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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 27.1921 THE MTHBRtOfiE DATI.Y HERAU PAGE To reach tlbe home-going and resok-prodating clientele in Alberta, Advertisers during 1921 should ose liberal space in the Herald "Want Ad" Columns Cardston WiB Get Some Relief In School Problem OPERATED ON A RETLAW FARMER (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. -Crole, a Ret- law farmer, .was operated on by Dr. Tolinle today at the Rhpoalda Hotel, where he has been staying to build up in preparation. Dr. llamman admin- istered Hie anaesthetic. Thii cause of j tho operation was chronic bowel trou- ble. E. O. Merriman hu been conval- That Wailed Upon esclng at the name hostelry, 'ifter his I recent accident In which he recc'.vcd a compound 1'racturo of the arm from cranking his car. has become a sort convalescent kopltal of late, various Retlaw nartlcs having made a stay there lately while recov- ering from accidents. R. Carletou's littlo child is 111 with I pneumonia, according to recent ac- counts. J. A. Lecker and C. II. Jett.have re- turned from the Calgary convention of the retail merchants. .the Provincial Government .j Reports flat it Was Given Enoourage- (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. report ol the special delegation to Edmonton relief from the p. resent tax burd- en in this school distrii rt and the build- ing of a new high sch. in Uardstou was submitted by the mayor at the last town council meoti Jig on Wednes- day night. This report .showed that in a general way the purpi >se the dele- gation had been acco-, nplished, i.e., they had succeeded in placing before thj government at Edu lonton deflnitp lacta regarding the congested condi- tion of the school here, and the abnor- mally high tax rate to maintain a iiigh school and public school under the present system of taxation. They reported Departme nts of Educa- tion and of Municipalities as being very considerate and as haviug prom- ised relief in some form before anoth- er session of tiie legislature ended. The great trouble, according to the officials at Edmonttui, is that the ma- chinery at present i 8 not adequate for relieving many districts in similar plight as Cardston finds itself, but 'the statement was iriade that legisla- tion would be proposed in tho coming session to create such machinery as Js required to relieve the present un- equal tax rate throt.sb.out tho prav- Cmplele Survey is Being Made By Anti-Tobacf o Advocates in Cardston (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. town of Cardston is being thoroughly, surveyed this week by tho members of the Anti- Tobacco Committee, a sub-committee of Cardston's Social Service tee. Questionnaires are being submit- and by the end of the week the com- mce. This may. take the form of anwl-j mittee will have accurate knowledge pmatmg several districts into one jnst whoro Cardstoll on large one for the purpose of tobacco question. During the .week ami teachers and providing high school and other higher educational facilit- ies for this larger on Sunday last, all the church organ- j You Can Get it Out of these Columns if YOU have a message to send to the people of Alberta, a Herald WANT AD. carry it for you more quickly and to more than any other at a lower S cents per line (Count six words to a line.) Minimum, 20 cents, six insertions price of Jour. When you send your message you want re- turns quickly. ..The.Herald gets them for the kind you want. Not a day passes when you cannot use a Herald WANT AD. to advantage in your home or in your, business. Write, call, or phone DELEGATES TO REPORT TO WARNER U. F. A. (From Our Own" Correspondent} WARNER, Jan. next U. P. A. meeting .will be held in school house on Saturday afternoon, January 2Mb. The delegates to the Edmonton "convention will give reports, which should be of great interest to every- body. A large turnout is expected. Mrs. Reynolds is supplying the pos- ition on the consolidated school staff, as yet not permanently .tilled. Mrs, Shepard and dartfchter have re- turned from a few weeks' visit in Da- kota. Scarlet Fever still lingers in our midst. The special services which Iiave zations are holding special programs on the subject ol tobacco and its evil effect on the physical, and mental de- velopment of the youth. The scientific research along this subject has been brought into prominence and many of the best speakers have been asked to deliver lectures to the -members of the various societies Mutual Improvement Associations, the Sun- day Schools, the Religion Classes and in the regular Ward Sacrament meet- ings. MRS. LEADBETTER HEADS THE GARDSTON WOMEN'S INSTITUTE (From Our Own Correspondent) CAEDSTON, Jan. Wo- men's Institute of Cardston held its .regular meeting at the courthouse on been held m the Evangelical church llst. The (Qature Of the meet- Mormon Church Plans to Raise Three Million For Starring Children of Eur- ope By Observing a Fast Day (From Our Own Corrcsaondent) CARDSTQN, Jan. very important movement was start- ed last Sunday in the Alberta stake the response to the call ot the Near COUD IN' NEW YORK NEW YORK, Jan. was New York's coldest day of the win- ter so far. At seven o'clock this morning the thermometer registered three depress above'tero, the lowestin many parts of New England. point reached. At Boston a drop ot nearly 50 degrees from summer w'-'a- ther on Sunday left the temperature near the zero mark today and with the accompaniment of a 50 mile wind put a stop to outdoor activities NOTICE since January 9th, were' brought to a ing was th'e demonstration of Scotch I ?ast relicf committee to savo starv- very successful close on last Sunday', I short cake, by Mrs. Stacpoble. This the 23rd. The attendance and lipirit was demonstrated aigo in a prac. was by far the best during the pres- ent pastorate. The church was nicely lllled at both services last Suuda y, es- tical way by being served with the refreshments to all tlie members present pecfally in. the evening. Several .thlld-] The institute has a very were converted and some wlults able organizatiorHhis year, as is evi- many denced by th.e following lineup of made a new start in life. The testimonies In the evening si lowed that the influencfi of the meeting's had been great for good in many lives. In the morning service Mr. Hurl- burt sang "Hold Thou My and a quartette composed of Miss Berg, Miss Connor, Mrs. Dengis and Mr. Hurlburt sang "What Did He In the evening service, Mr. Hurl- nurt, -Mr. and Miss Sturm sang, "I 'Am Happy in Him." Mr. Hurlburt aang In fine style and spirit, "The 'Hymns of the Old Church Choir." Miss Berg and Mrs. Dengis sang: "Some One's Last Call." We regret to hear that Elizabeth Mangln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mangiu, has had the misfortune to hurt'-her knee, and as a result was taken by her parents to Rochester, Minn., last week. BIG OPIUM SHIPMENT LOST SAN FRANCISCO, Jan, Con- traband opium valued at and officers President, Mrs: Alary R, Leadbet- ter; first vice-president, Mrs. M. Stac- poole; second vice-president, Mrs. W. Laurie; secretary-treasurer, ]yirs. S. Ptickup; assistant secretary-treasurer, Mrs. M. Allred; auditors, Mrs, J. W. Low and Mrs. Arthur Hensonfc direc- tors, Mrs. W. Pitcher, Mrs. C. Jarman, Mrs. Wm. Gooding and Mrs. F. W. Atkins. On Feb. 5th next, a doughnut and ing children of Europe. Thia call, published first in the Literary Digest, LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA EXTRACT PROM RULES RELATING TO PRIVATE BILLS S17. All petitions lor Private Bills shall be in duplicate and shall be delivered to UM Cfcrrr of tfie House, not later than the 10th day before tie opening day of the Secalon. 319., All applications for Private Hills, properly tlle subject of Legislation by the Legislative AMembly of Alberta within the purview of "The British North America Act, whether for the erection of a bridge, the making Qt a ndlroad, tramway, turnpike road, telegraph or telephone line, the con- BtroctloB or Improvement of a harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like work; the granting of was taken up by the Mormon. church As a preliminary the entire mem- of the community; or for making any amendment of a like nature to any bership of the stake were required to former Act, shall require a notice clearly and distinctly specifying the nature fast, abstain from meals during the and object of the application, and where the application refers to any pro- day of the 23rd of Jan., last Sunday. work, Mteatinf generally the location of the work, and ilgned by This was to serve a double purpose; fcehaJf ot the Applicants, such notice to be published, during four to make everyone feel a little of the weeka, between the elate of the next 'preceding notice and the time of the pangs of hunger as these suffering of the Petition, In fear lyuea of The Alberta Gazette, and one children are enduring, and also to Mmpaper rabllsfaed la English 'and not later than ten days before the thus save the price of at least two day of the Station, two copies of the said Bill with the marginal mesls which should be paid into the shall placed by applicant in the hands ot the Clerk the Honie. vhoM it thill be to set the naM Bill printed forthwith. day together with any other money j A copy of the notice with a statutory declaration of publication they wished to donate. The church advertisement, ihall be sent by the parties inserting inch notice to tho pie festival will be held by the insti-1 population reaches'over a half mil- CUrk tit the House, not later than ten days before the opening day of tht tute. This promises to be a "real i lion, and this stake nearly 4000, so which notice ahull be died in the office of tha Clerk of the House, and will draw the support of' that if only the price of two meals' Bvery tppllrtnt tor a Private BUI ihall 4eposlt with the Clerk ol be paid and that calculated at 25c ten daya prior to the meeting o not exceed ten paiea, and ten dollars additional for each page over tha number, aid for UM wToee at this Rule four hnndred and fltty words sha! be held to eoiutilate a page, and It such Bill is not deposited by tho time above ipwUed, the applicant ihall in addition to tho sum of two hundred aollari pay the mm ot live dollare for each and every day which intervenes between the Mid tenth day before the meeting of the Home and the date of the filing of the BUI with the Clerk, up to the day of opening. the many visitors who will be in town to the conference on that day. four hundred ounces of morphine dis- appeared while being smuggled ashore trans-Pacific steamer which here December 31, Wm. H. from [locked Tidwell, United States treasury agent, said today. BUY BONDS MUNICIPALITY OF POINT GREY Bonds in Denominations of PRICE 86.39 TO YIELD CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER Bonds in Denominations of Payable at par in London and Canada. PRICE 81.00 TO YIELD CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER Bonds in Denominations of PRICE 92.25 TO YIELD CITY OF VANCOUVER 4y2% Bonds in of Payable at par in London, Canada and New York. PRICE 83.01 TO YIELD 6.45% and EXCHANGE ROYAL FINANCIAL L CORPORATION LIMITED Rogen Building, Vancouver. BRANCHES AT 201 Central Bide. B.C. Permanent Loan. Wdg. 16 Eldon St. E.C.2 SEATTLE, WASH. VICTORIA, B.C. LONDON, ENGLAND ward clerk after the fast meeting that, per, the stake will likely send into this fund around while Presi- dent Grant has estimated that the church as a whole will contribute over Mr. Stake John High Smith, member Council, spoke of the this subject in the second ward chapel, last Sunday, and outlined to the peo-1 tha opening of the Session, the applicant shall pie present some of the terrible con- fV ln addition to the foregoing charges the sum of ten dollars for each and ditions among the people of Poland BTerT da'r UI> to the tenth day Session. and Armenia and other countries of! a24- I" addition to the foregoing charges, the applicant shall pay from Europe where this relief is needed teath day to the twentieth day of the Session for each and every day a further sum of fifteen dollars. 325. After the expiration of twenty days from tho opening of the House, the aforesaid amounts, together with an eitra penalty of one hundred dollars, and in case of a Bill Incorporating a company .1 receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies for fee? as fixed by Jaw for the1 registration ol Joint Stock Companies. 328. Before any petition praying for leave to bring in a bill for th. construction of railways, tramways or canals, or for changing the route of the railway, tramway or canal of any company, ulreaily incorporated, li received ny the House, the person or persons petitioning for such Bilis, sliaH so urgently. A brief history of the movement relieve them by Her- bert Hoover, chairman of all the re- lief committee was also given, so that the people responded very heartily to the suggestion of the church authori- ties to subscribe to this fund. The Sunday schools next Sunday will give the children a special op- portunity to donate to the cause. It will be the end of January before all 16 wards in the stake will be able to get their returns into the. stake clerk here. CHURCH IS ACTIVE AT COALHURST (From a Correspondent.) COALIIU-RST, Jan. Ladies' Aid held on. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Pereival. The Children's Temperance Society, called the "Band of started on Wednesday evening in the church. The pastor, Mr. Hamilton, has started the above meeting for the interests 01 the boys and girls of Coalhurst. Every Wednesday night short ad- drosses will be given to the children on hygiene. St. Mathow Presbyterian church so- cial was held in tho church last Fri- day. A good crowd attended. Re- freshments wore served ity the S.3. teachers and the Ladies' Aid. The winter monthly meetings for men will commence on Sunday after- noon, Jan. 3rd at hi the Odd- fellows' hftll. Kftv. G. R. Hamilton will givo an address on "Citizenship and after which the mooting will be oiwn for ten for mieaUons which will be answer- ed By U deposit with tho Clerk the following documents: 329. A map or plan upon a scale of loas than one Inch (J thre< relics showing the location upon which it is intended to construct til proposed work, and showing also thu lines of existing or authorized work: of i. similar character within a radius of thirty miles from tho location t the proposed works or any part thereof are intended to be mich map or plan to be signed by tiio engineer or other party makinK tli eame. Also a general description of the nature, nxtenl and proposed rlin acter of the contemplated works, and an estimate of the probable cost thereo 330. All Private Bills for Acti of incorporation of or in amendment i Acts Incorporating railway companies .shall be dravm In accordance wil the Model Bill attached to these Kales, conies of which may hn oMnlm from the Clerk of the Hounc. 331. The provisions contaiuorl in any Hill which am not In accord vri the Model Bill, shall be inserted between brarknts. c-.ntl when rpviscii 1 the proper officer shall be no printed, and Hills .which are not In acuordan with tills shall he returned to the promoters to be re-cast before bcl revised and printed. S32. Any sections of exluting Acts which are proposed to he amend. shall bo reprinted In full with the amendments inserted in their rrnn places and between 334. AH Private Bills for Acts of incorporation shall bs so framed to incorporate hy reference the clauses of the general Acts relating to tl. de-tails to de provided for by such Bills. Special grounds nhall bo for nny proposed departure from this principle, or for tho introduction r: other provisions la to mreh details aiul a note nhall bo appended to the liil indicating the provteioiui thereof, in which tha gcneril Act proposed ti be departed from. which are not framed In accordance with this Hiilr Khali be re-ciat Iiy tlie promoters and reprinted at their expense befon any Cuimnlttae. pivtnea upon the clausee. M8. When anr BUI for confirming any lotion patent nr ifrrenmcnt i! presented to the be attached to !L a cartlfied copy of Mich letters or agreement We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches Jl.OO an m. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. AST nenpapar i Bit be n. Clorlt of tho legislative Assemble advertisement without authority win Aa v PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942, MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but tho longer you neglect your eye- light the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Gth St. S. Oppooito the Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FAP.RSS Suite 4, Acadla Block. Phone 1616. ROBERT W. OARDNBH CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 31-St OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave, and lOtn Street. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone 1332 409 5th at. S. Letbbrldge Varm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piuno and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168. G27 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L." Leigh, P. 0. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Oirls up to Matriculation. Boys under 13 Kindergarten. Greenhamt B. A.; Margaret E. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College, Toronto. GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Sheet Metal Worktri. 336 6th St. South. Phone 1713. DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICB, IJentUt, former- ly of Lethbridge, has located at 679 Granvllle St., Vancauver, B. C. Phono Qey. 3300. Opposite Hud- son'! Bay Co. O3TKPATHIC DR. J. E. HORNINO, OSTBOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Bids. Hours and by appointment i, Phone 1999 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. Si, Lethbridge; Phone 746. Accommodation for gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates 530.00, and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed'for the eiaminationa of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE In French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in city. We use the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work dona by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motoreycla Agent. Phone 1031, 6tli Street; opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors, Paperhangers and Painters; General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In. Lethbrldge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Lotu- bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating ami Papertflnfing. Phone 690. 611 Sth Avenue South. 117-0 E. L. Copeland E. E. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING ,CO.. Interior Decorating and Paperhangiug a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 T2th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1900 Thirty-five years' experience (n Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104. WINTER RADIATORS WhT not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before tho frost comes, with the belt Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let iis tell yon about it, or aslc someone who haa one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 12 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Diaerat Agint Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PRINTING, MOMB-PORTRAITOHt. ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;