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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta All The Local Newt Where You Expect It WEDNESDAY, JANUAIW 28, LETHBK1DGK. ALBKHTA. Meeting Night Turns Down Proposal to Send Charter Back to Indianapolis of No. 3 and No. 6 Gait mines will by Inttrnit- of America. promises of the One flfg Un- ion hold no charms for them. This was decl'ded at a spaclal meeting of the men called I art night to consider a propotaf that the International charter of Local No. 574 should be sent back to Indianapolis, severing connection with the parent body. The .not- ion to return the charter was defeated by a very large majority and a later motion was carried that the charter be re- This about ends the One Big Union agitation In this camp and is expected to exercise a very sal- utary Influence the mineri in other camps in this end of the field. "Next to Fcrnls, LethbridgV. it the fargest camp infcthe whole cf District No. 18, and .Internat- ional feel that Lethbridge In line the internation- al Influence will spread. The audit of Ine books of District No. prior to taking over by the O. B. U. List August, has disclosed the fact ihat the present O. B. U.. officials were very csreless in their conduct of U. M, W. of-A. tiffslrs, and this too. is having its en membership. After las t nlght'c meeting a Very "much better spirit prevailed among the men of the C2rnp, and things are looking In- ternational Organizer W. M. Hus- ton who attended the meeting told the Herald that within two or three cays the men would be 100 per cent U. M. W- of A. and the closed shop would go into effect. character ot enter- tainment Is abiolutely, unique. The following press notices' will describe- better than the .wonder- ful versatility of the man. "Mr. Grossmllh Iifbijfb a'ecompllih- cd and .Ho not only Is a delineator of character-but a skilled musician, as well, rireiling 'his artis- try a mimic, a p'Unfst.'a mon- ologtst and composer. ,_Mr. Groismlth makes himself .both ensuing end jolly, with the result'that'the audience Is much delighted with wholeEonie Boston, "Leslie a clean and nimble wit, and never fails to ralso a hearty laugh. Ho'Is aided by a mus- ical gilt of a htjh order and Is an art 1st to be reckoned News, Moose Jaw, Sushi'': I "As an actor, pjani.st. Impersonator and composer, onp. seldom meets the equal of Leslie Crossmilh. -Ills super- iority in any one of these lines Is not often heard either. 'Artlstic'.may be used to describe all this performer's Ilqeina, Sasfc. Mr. Grossmith Is doing, u consider- able amount of good work-with an ed- ucational lecture on the subject o[ music, which he gives In the, schools and churches throughput the country. Tho concert is to bV under ihe aus- j pices of Wesley church and everybody I should help, and make suro they do not miss this rare treat. LADIES' CURLING Ladies1 timing draws (or Thursday proYlded there Is Ice, will bo as lows: 3.30 p.m. Draw Mrs. Ferguson. Mrs. 7 p.m. Draw Mrs. Shepherd vs Miss L. Mfss Buchanan vs Mlsa A. People's Forum POSTAL WORKERS WAGES proposed by tho chairman of the Shelter, tho Shelter's por- ion of this will be }OW, and the sep- arate schools' On e report submitted by tho works and property committee-, the heating in Hardieville school will be seen into anil the school redecorated. A requeet by the janitors for a raise of salary to a month will be con- sidered at tho next meeting of li.c, board. Thinks Ought to :Make. porniruon Money Available EDMONTON, Jan. .chaiices for R- housing- scheme in: Alberta ap- pear nt present to be somewhat prob- lomaticaL told thu delegation o! mayors.that.walled upon the cabinet Monda'y afternoon, tint tlie government was not itself goins into such a schcpmc. This, ho said, wag quite definite, and as.' to. borrowing i., i ,t IT >i -.1 money from the Dominion government Ulut Clnlh With Yello.W Stripe on municipal securities, he'.was North Lethbridge Druggist Dis. Concern is Fined Druggists wijl have to be very care- ful In selling patent compounds, such as "Painkiller" nnd "Florida and essences to Indians, as disclosed in proceedings In the provincial police court. There were two cases In which, local druggists were summoned for in- fringing Ibe act, and in addition I o those a local Chinaman wag also he- fore Iho court on Tuesday afternoon for selling Florida Water to Indians. Tho Indians iu question were Jim White Bull and Jim Healey of the Blood Reserve. Kenny and Allen pleaded guilty. The new proprietor, Mr. Stokes, stat- ed that he was ignorant ot tho law: in this respect, but was aware now iat it was pointed out to him that had committed an offence. Ho was fined 550. In the case bEW. H. Me- Catfery, ot Xorlh Letbbridge, lie stal- ed Ihat the Indians came to his store, and, tho weather being very -cold, their faces were EO muffled up that it was Impossible to Judge of their na- tionality. In reply to a question he asked, he affirmed that the men said they were Hindus. He had been; in the drug.business for ten years add this was the first lime Ihat he had appeared in court. .Magistrate UurrcJl gave Ihe defendant the benefit of the doubt hi taking the Indians for Hindus and dismissed the charge. S. J. Shepi herd appeared for defendant. Lee Yuen, the Chinaman, who runs a storo in North Lclhbridge, was fined on the charge of selling the In- dians Florida Water. Indian Act In .regard Indian. Act, made for the of the Indians who'arc practically wards of. the government he following in'ormalion Piay be. in- '.eresting. According lo the act, "In- .osicants" means and include ail-spir- Physical Instructor and School an win be On the basis Nurse Both Apply For Increases for an increase of sal- laries appears to haunt the meetings ot the, public" schools iior.rd. At the previous'meeting Physical Instructor FUtner 'and Miss 'Daluty, tho school uu'rse, were granted increases of per bringing up the salary of the former to and tho litter to year. At-tho session of the .board, held on Tuesday night, Mr. Filmer was present and asked that hir stla'rjr be made a year. bdard.gfter listening to him and con slde'riug 'the 'matter discovered that tfiere w.s a special grant for the physical'lnstructor, amounting to a, year, "paid by Military District U, was paid to Mr. Filmc-r year in addition to the salary ho was receiving from the board. With this Ip-mind the bohrd were not sure whether. Mr. Kilmer Intended that the sum ot J2.000 he asked was sxclusivo or Inclusive of the grant. The ques- tion i-'as. deferred'unlll Mr. Filmer's Ju the matter could be ascer- ained. Sihool Nurse Wants More Following Mr. Kilmer's request, communication from Miss Dainty was discussed. In -this she complained hat her salary; as school nuree had not been advanced to correspond with .he advances made to the leachliiK staff, "in'Mhat the .teachers had of a grievance In that they adyanced. 5300-while she hod only I proached Ui9 wholesalers ot the city Colony of Hindus Lease Hyssop Colony Slay Come Are Anxious to Purchase Their Supplies at Wholesale Prices Aa showing the producing pow- er of Irrigated lands In this Irrlgi- tion belt, the announcement that Abe. Hytsop has rented 7CO acres of land northeast of the city to'a colony of Hindus for an annual rental of (12 an acre will be of Interttt. The land Is all Irrigated and the rent ll uih propoil- tlcn. Abraham Singh, one of tha Hindu leaders In Canada who wu here to put through the deal states .that another colony large enough to handle 1000 acres of irrigated land Is anxious to come to the Lethbridge district and If he cin such a'tract they will be brought forward Immediately. HAD ILLICIT BOOZE WASH Jan. 20, Editor Herald: postal workers and publicity letter ot Saturday last: It would be Interesting to have ths same truthful trio, who advertised .heir humbleness on Saturday, siy what their owu remuneration amounts .o for the few hours they work per: day. How much would Mr. Gant earn Et other work, painting, etc.J As his work takes up but about five hours daily, he must mako out well The publicity committee should style themselves: ''Uriah Heep arid Co." Yours truly, Geo. Jones, 13th St. North. In a desire to solve as far a; pos- sible the problem of tho high cost o- llvlng, (he "D" Division ot tho A.P.P., with headquarters in tho city, have. organized into a mess with the object' ot getting provisions at wholesale or reduced pates, aa-they consider they would he entitled to this by their be- ing so associated. Tho new organiza- tion consider. that they have some- On Information laid by Detective- Sergecnt l.obb of the ft.N.W.M.P, George Harrison was 'fined and costs by Magistrate Uurrcl! .'or hiTi.ns on his promises, in No. C, a wash suit- able for the manufacture of spirits. .On Also To Be Worn The A. P. P. will soon be en.uippnd ivilh now, v.'i'.lt natty unifoi-ms to dined lo. think that every municipal- ity in Iho province was already pretly well up lo, or past, Its borrowing powers. i' What Iho mayors of the four cities asked the premier-to do, however, was to npply for Ihc''federal grant :e' tiia place of the present ones so fc u money available "for n 'iii.l... ti-tll ylnfll .u> the municipalities. Local schemes nnd methods for nsing this money would then be subject to revision: and rati- fication by the .government. No Definite Scheme Mayor Hardie, of Lethbtidge, who was tho chief Eporisprjfor tho housing scheme, eald that own city did not havo a definite, p'ros'nunine yet, but waa waiting 'to see jf tha money would be obtainable-or not. llo did pot think tlie Dominion scheme aa it now stood was workable from Leth- bridge's point of view, but believed It could ba amended; The provincial government get the money and it to the cities to spend It. For Medicine Mayor Urown stat- ed that a municipal'holisirig scheme was not in favor' there, but it was desired to have the fumls avail- able for loaning :to individuals, first to returned soldiers, nest to private citizens, for their own building pur- poses, of oil, to landlords .who would build .tor-renting. Tho 'new outfit will be it bltio clotli yellow Etripea down the sides ct the trousers. In place of iho red :md black chevrons of tho non-com- missioned .officers, gold chevrons, be- tokening their rank, will bo substi- tuted. Instead of nnmbora as at pres- ent, collar badges will he used. These will lake tlvD form ot Iho Alberta hi a maple wreath. The letters A.P.T1. in silver will bo retain- ed n3' shoulder badges. ITI addition lo tlie peak caps now Ihe police will wear Slclsons bhick pea jackets in place of the tunics worn. There will he I i'.troi uniforms of khaki, witli rid- breeches with yellow stripes run- down tlie .sides. The uniform will be worn with brown leggings, brown boots and spurs. Blnck plnln boots will be worn -with the blue uniforms. Altogether the new mil- firms will add lo the s'nariuoss of tir.' and v-ill be a dhlinct Kovemonl to present ones. The only appearatico of Ixjslie CniinTr.lth, famous English entertainer at Wesley Church on February JOtli, It nrouiiug enthusiasm amongst the young people of Ihe town, who are looking forward lo a genuine musical ami unusual enjoyment. The ts, strong waters, spirituous wines, or fermented or ccmpounaed iquors, or Intoxicating firinks of any vind whatsoever, nnd any Intoxicating liquors or fluids, nnd opium and any preparation tliereof, whether liquid 'or solid, and any other intoxicating drun 3r substance, and tobacco or tea mixed or compounded ur inipregnatyy. with opium or with other Intoxicating drugs, spirits, or substances, anil whether the same or.any of. them arc solid. On convictions offenders are linbio !o a prison sentence not exceeding six months or less than one month, wiih 01' without hard labor, or a fine not Gxrceding 5300, and not less titttn been given a raise of She slat- Qd that she undertook her duties It was on tho understanding that all advances-made the teachers would ap- to.'her and.! slip thought that the joard .had made a mistake In giving iier {200.extra instead of 5300. She was of the opinion that if the alton- .ion of. the hoard was drawn to the they would concede Ihat she was entitled to the ?300 raise, bring- up her salary-to per an- num: ,The hoard considered that Mlas Dainty.was not correct as to tho un- she- 'mentioned nor In re- sum of named a? a general advance'- to the teachers. While, they appreciated her services, they thought that she was fairly treat- ed in tlie increaso'ol J200 given and d.-prefer-not to consider her as coming ,umtcn the .teachers' schedule i but as a special officer. Truant Officer's Salary --As airi outcome -'of the request pt the Children's. AW'So'clcty as to the adjustment of fh of the gala'ry paid hy the board1 to Probation Officer- Lamb Jor 'hcllng as truant officer, the board agreed to pay him of ?7SO instead of 5510 as the increase' to date from January 1st. Lamb's salarj' in who said not able lo supply hem at.wholesale prices, nor would tho retailers agree lo_supply them reduced rates. Tho newly-formed mess, which takes in all the men in tho soulhcrn district, are aniious to do business in Letbbridge, but they feel that unless they are- met In some way here they will be obliged to get in their mess supplies from the East. PLAN HOLLAND-U. S. CABLE AMSTERDAM, Jan. West- ern Union Telegraph company la plan ning the construction of a direct cablo between America and Holland, accord Ing to the Ilanilelsblad. NO "WET" OASIS IN NEW YORK ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. All the hopes of "wets" that New York State might become the oasis of a bone-dry nation were dashed last night by the Intro, duction in the New York leQisIa.. ture of the Republican majority's' program providing strict-enforce ment by the excise department; of the federal hlbEtion amendment. The plan was embodied In an enforcement'.-' bill offered by Assemblyman B. P. Gage, Republican. The measure has the sanction of the Republican leaders and Is slated for enact- ment, Malted Barley blended with wheat, processed and baked for twenty hours, produces the rare.delicate flavor of VJbnderfulry easy to digest and full of nourishment. Dotoclive-Sergeanf Ixihb and Cor- lioral Fefguson, of the n. N. W. JI. P.. uncnrlhed a still in No. C.nnd ns a result of the find, ouillo Matiloltl, iKjon dementi, nnil UelHo, will ap- pear Unrrell on Fri- day next. While In a car Ihe police officers mot Dsllie aiid asked him if ho know MallloLll lived, lie. It Is staled, looked scared and ex- pressed hla, Ignoranca. Thinking thte was a bluff, the police officers went away somo flvo blocks arid then turn- ed and followed Dclllo to wlicre they had -wntchrd him.going. On arriving whore ho hnd entered, nt (he back nf a shack, they came across MatlEolll and his wife moving out vvlial looked like parts of a was found ito he what' the attlatn thought it in Ilic shape.ot.a boiler, worm, etc.. nnd thd npparlus was laken pos- session of and conveyed to tho bar- A search o( ClemenlVs premises ad joinliiK led lo the dlscov.ory of a quan- tity ot spirits manufactured from Iho At tho First Wpilorn Aeronautical 3how Just ended nt planes nnd cue dirigible balloon were sold for NUXATED IRON HELPS GIVE VIM TOTHEATTRACTIVEYOUHfiGWt PUNCH TOTHE5TURDY YOUNG FEllOWi ENERGY HEAOH MIDWAYmLiFE Men and wdmen at forty snd at the portal of a crucial period. Strength must be kept up, the body well nourished. SCOTTSl EMULSION is the tonic of wonderful helpful- nass'.fo those in middle life. SCOTT'S noarithet and ih- vigoratet and the body keep op with the daily wear and tear on ttrength.' Lei Scott's help keep yoa robtat! ScttA fc UOWHC, Toroulu, Oct. 19-U SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From the Special New York Number of "MOTOR" Become expert In mechsr.- ism by studying'tho- Elcventti EdiliOD, anil very latest DykcVrEncyclopaedia If it is to be a Henry Ford or a Foril .Farm Tractor, we have the books to. tell you all about liovr to run ftj everything. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Ave. Phone 613 M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Jf you desire service, quality and satisfaction In menls open four account witli ua for 1920. Delivery to any part ot Ihe :ity. All phono orders given personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 K Daily STORE NEWS Maple Cake Icing, per pkg............. Coffee, Geo. Washiug- ton, large size Vinegar, Heinz Pura ifalt and White Wine; per bottle 1 1 A J..1U Chill Con Came, Mejlcan style, beans, 2 tins for............... Bananas, per Ib. Head Lettuce, per head........ 45c 15c 2Qc SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY-CASH AND CARRY Canned Toiiiatoes, Quaker Brand, No. 2% sire, 3 tins for 60c Heinz Spaghetti in tomati with cheese, 1 Ib. tins, each Cauliflower, per head............ Celery, per Ib............... Figs, genuine Turkish, per Ib............... Topping Corn, per pkg......'...-___ Mennon'g Cream IDcnil- frico, per lube........ Colgate's Handy Grip Shaving Stick, each Dill 1'ickles, large size, per dozen Orango Jelly, Sunklst per jar 40c 22c 50c OC_ J OC OC., JjC OA OUC 'ott Ollvo Oil, pure Italian or gallon size Olive Oil, pure Italian half gallon size Cheese, McLaren's Iniper- ial, per jar Salad Dressing Powder, f p Pure Gold, per pkg.... Zag, cleans paint, etc., as good os an extra hand; large tin Izal, Disinfectant Powder, -f r; perpkg................ IDC Raisins, Griffin's Seeded, nn less, 11 oz. size, each' uUC on 11 oz. pkg. iUC Dates, IJromedary, perpkg, omedary, nf GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and TO THE MOTHER AT HOME ITOTHESTRONG RUGGED PATKER opfe use Young Woman, Young Man, Are Your Teeth Presentable 1 Beautiful, strong, white pearly teeth dU- lingulsh tho owner. "What a Winning Snillo She Think how that smllo would bo non existent were it not for her dazzling while tcolli. Arc- you ashamed [o smile, bccnusc your teeth are decayed and ugly? You have (o labor under this handicap. It Is a drawback to the young man or woman going through' life, Us restore that free, happy smllo. Havo no further fear of tha den- list. If you bring this.advertisement to our office In Lethbrtdge before the end of January, It will entitle you to a straight reduction of Dentistry As We Practice it is a Gentle Art OTT Federal Emergency Appropriation for Ex-members of the Forces This Fund Is being administered by tho Canadian Patriotic Fund Tho territory covered by the Lelhbrldge Branch has the followin" bound- aries. and Lttllo Dow Hlver. Boundary. Island and Foremost. and Blood Reserve. Claims upon Ihla Fund nrc solely based upon UNAVAILABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during Ihs monlhs of December, 1910, January, February and March, 1020. Before applications are .eligible for consideration Applicanti muit tccure a Certificate from the aulhorlzed'representative of the Depart- ment of Soldleri' Civil (Lethhrldgo This nollco Is inserted by tho LothbrMgo Branch nt the Canadian Patriotic Fund who will appreciate tho bringing to tMr notice, by any- one knowing Ihe circumstances, cases apparently eligible for financial aid. write or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND Dranch) Room Sherlock 701 New Cream On and after January 26th, we will pay: 67c per Ib, Buttcrfnt for No. 1 Sweet Cream. 64c per Ib. Buttcrfat for No. 1 Sour Cream. 6lc Ib. Butterfat for No. 2 Sour Cream, When you ship cream you aro assured ol on Immediate return. Crystal Dairy Limited ;