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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta wnu TOO nracr IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTB LOCAL NKWI FRIDAY, JANUARY a, 1 LETHRIUUGK. ILUttKTA. PAGE SEVEN IE MORMON PATRIARCH DEAD AT CANDSTON (Special ta The Herald) CAKDSTON, Jan. riarch, Henry L. Hloman, 34 jonrn of died here vaster- day. He was a pioneer hi the U D. S. church In this district and In 1847 ha nude over- land trek ta Salt City. I o Wholesale Price Increases 50 Cents Have Not Followed Yet Sugar went up Bfty cents a hundred fwumls, wboleule, In LethbrMge this morning. The retail Is likely to remain stationary for a few days Rollers do not feel kindly toward i Proposal to Hold Comferencc ts this Increase tn price, particularly In view of fact that raw sugar In New York Is at Its lowest price. How- over, as district is served by B.C. refineries, eastern prices apparently do not affect Lathbridge. Retailers in LathUidge will sell their old stock off at the 515.00 a hun- dred price but then they will have to put on one half cent a pound increase. Wholesalers Amazed Jan. 28. sugar from British Columbia refineries advanced yesterday in price 50 a hundred in Calgary. Haw sugar in New York dropped in price four points, reaching the lowest level in some time. Eistarn and western refineries have divided the territory, apparently by Put Forward by C. 8. Noble Need The Calgary Albertan says: A conference of business men, bonk- ere and farmers of tha southern part' of the province, to discuss methods, of extending mlxe4 farming operations throughout the south, will be held, it is understood, ta the near future, at Lethbridge. Both nan and leaders among lure baeome con- vinced that mixed tanning, together with an Intensive application of meth- ods ot overcoming peculiar difficulties which present themselves In certain parts of the south, offer tha only Bond Issue Before Date of Maturity TikM Up Not DM Until Saving That UM ctty It In financial shape was shown In ths action taken by the commbuloit- at a meeting of the council held this Friday morning, when worth of bonds, due In 1122, were redeemed, thus affect- Ing a saving In the Interest ef per cent, for the unexalred perloj of a year and four months and netting the city the sum pi saved In the process. OIHMAN MACHINE AUN8 OUARO MAYOR'S CITADEL The armory In front of the 4 city ball has been added to by two German machine mui which have arrived. Them at present iiu.nl ths entrance on thi vtinuuUk. 4 ing west of Roglna, and western men nothing east of that point. Iu view of these facts local dealers were amazed to receive the announce- which the In that part of i province face. The establishment of Irrif atloDx' In some parts of the south will land great aid ta the rapid ot mixed REV. MORROW MAY BE Mentioned as Possible Choice of for Mayor in December ment of the advance in local cent a pound, in face of the drop in Ne-.v York on the raw sugar mar- ket. in Vancouver VANCOUVER, Jan mfi of farmers of dry land to methods of mixed firming. Province Interested C. 8. Noble, of tbe Noble Foundation, hundred pounds, making It per hundred. Collusion Denied VANCOUVER, Jan. Press.) ere being brought to the (root by agricultural experts. Officials of provincial depart- of sugar, J. W. Fordhani 'Johnson., unU the local company. There was no Calgary followed action of the eastern refineries which had raised the price in Winnipeg a dollar per hundred. Mr. Johnson said that due to the big stocks In hands of eastern refin- ers, there had been unusually severe competition on the prairie and prices iu Saskatchewan and Albarta were consequently lower than conditions warranted, and the B. C. Refinery had been forced to meet prices to hold its territory. Advices from Alberta points indicated that eastern refin- ers were snipping on consignment which was a new condition in the Canadian sugar industry. On account of froight rates the local refinery did not ship east of Kegina and the east- ern refiners did not come west of that point but to get rid of their stocks, the east had Invaded the west- ern prairie territory. this summer will the soil which lg to nntM On by the Do- lartments acting In conjunction. Mr. Noble stated last evening that Three farmer candidates for the V. F. A. nomination In the Medicine Hat federal constituency are being men- tioned as likely choices when the convention meets on March 24th, These are President Harris ot Oyen, head of the district association; Rev. J. W. Morrow, who ran for mayor of Medicine Hat on the labor ticket In December and who owna a farm south ot Hat; and Perrtn B. Baker of Nomlscam, who has taken fc promin- ent part in U. F. A, affairs tor years. name of Peter La Marsh of Win- ntfred is also mentioned by the Medi- cine Hat News but as Mr. U Marsh has moved from the Winnlfred dis- trict and is now farming near It Is cot considered likely. Mr. Baker of Nemiscam is consid- ered in the western end of the con- stituency as the logical choice. Ha Is a graduate of McMastor university and a post graduate ot Chicago. Large numbers of English seamen are deserting their ships in American oorts and joining American vessels because of the higher pay they re- ceive from American shipowners. Farm Produeti Manager Tells of Bigs Old Machinery "TTse your old Is advice W. A. Hamilton of Farm Pro- ducts gives the farmers. He gave this the increased price of farm machinery this season, Many farmers, he said, will be able to re- pair old machinery enough to dn them thrmgb this year and some will he able to make trades with neighbors. While Illustrating the higher prices he pointed out, that a power lift drill, 20 shoes, which mild last year for tm.iO this year will coat 1278.55. A it run double disc drill latt year cost IJ5S.SO this year will cost the' farmer (313.35. farmers In tha northern parts of Alberta are hit hardnr by these prices than those of Southern Alberta, he said. The freight vatea make the difference, and the oat growers of the far north are the ones who will feel 11 tha moat. He told of oats selling to the elevators in Grand Prairie dur- ing the past fall at around sixteen cents a bushel, which Mr. Hamilton said, onjy left the farmers around four cents S bushel for their year's work. HATFIELD WILL REACH HAT ABOUT APRIL 15 Farmers are looking for an ImproT- ed hay market in the near future, Four months of feeding .still remain for horses and by that time, thay ex- pect, only the poorest grades of hay will remain. Tbe demand for good timothy is strong and the demand for second cutting alfalfa Is good. For some months past the market has not been of the best, owing to losing the B. C. Recently the farmers have started to enquire about hay and indications now are that the hay market" is coming to life again. Hatfield, tMe rainmaker, will be In An occllrred lt SylTan Metl.cine Hat about the middle of when the Lakeview boarding April to begin operations in making ttouse was burned. raiu at an inch. This was the word brought back to the Hat district Tiy P. S. who on behalf ot the tin tted Agricultural Association cov- ering district from Seven Persons to the Saskatchewan boundary, went to California to close the contract with the ratnmiker. The first shipment of radium to Hamilton, no bigger than a pinpoint, but worth reached a physician. BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Who b there that doesn't a good piece of Bread, 1C It Is witk the rickt flavor and in a sanitary wavT QUAKP.ft BREAD Is, and to your liking. U ban met with wide Favor and will please you Just u It pleased others. as good It looks. John G'nwre Ltd. Qualisr PHOMI 171. gives children strong backs, sturdy legs, and rosy cheeks. Give the children health first, for a good start in life. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. UMITKD PHONE ttlt Income Tax Financial Business ENIJINEifU RITCHIE PATER30N AW) CO, M Audla IU THIrsJ jurnflhe {Backward Are you trying to fcol your tody? Good Intentions don't produce health, good plans don't make you sound and well, wishing was never a substitute for doing, so I say if you don't know what relation your spine hears to your general health, if you are in doubt abont your backbone, dont imagine you are getting away something. The body la not fooled, Nature ta not being kid- ded. Then are twenty-four nor- able In or spinal column, and the spinal nerves make their exit between joints. Joints become out of thousands of X Ray photographs that have been taken this and the chiro- practor by his adjustments re- joints, taut remov- ing pressure on spinal nervw which causes disease. Chlrwpracttc adjustments are restoring hssUth to sufferers from namabte diseases as courts, headmchss. hi- Inmsa, tooslllltta. bromchltls, ajad NO CHARGE GwisuKatlon without char or obligation. MYRUM JUNI SMITH it SMITH 265 MMrittkJslftCk. PtMDM 1441. STOLE-JfONEY HIMSELF BUT MADE HOLD-UP BLUFF MAHION, O., Jan. C. Porey, treasurer o( Marlon county, who reported Wednesday morning that lie had been robbed of by two bandits who knocked him unconscious In his office In the court house was placed under arrest early today and confessed to the theft of the money, 1 the police announced today. I Awaiting Authority Prom Ot- Acres Can Watered Fairly Cheaply The United Irrigation district west of Cardston is now waiting the signa- ture of the superintendent of irriga- tion at Ottawa on the document unit- ins the United and Lone Rock dis- tricts. As soon as thttt authority is received the amalgamated district will be able to get action. Such was the information conveyed to the Herald yesterday by L. C. Charlesworth, chair- man of the Alberta irrigation council who was in the city going. Into a number ot details with tha bosrd of trustees of the Lethbridge Northern. So far the board of trustees of the United have not specific data in their possession as to the cost of the pro- ject but Mr. Charlesworth is of the opinion that It will be one of the cheapest per acre projects in the province as It will possible to start using the water from the ditches within a, mile of the intake. However Mr. Charlesworth would not put any estimate on the per coat ot project. The total United project now covers about Irrigable acres, and it is thought the cost may be about halt a million or iu that neighborhood. The financing of the district would not be considered a great undertak- ing, but just now the government is not thinking about that. The district has not voted its bonds, and has not perfected Its final organiiation so that matters of finance are somewhat in the future; However it Is pretty well understood by the farmers of the district that the finances can bs arranged i 'Ivately, and that much of the work of digging tha main dltcbei and laterals may be undertaken by the farmers themselves. This will greatly cut down the amount of bond isiue necessary to construct the works, and will therefore reduce the annual overhead charges to a minimum. COAST SUQAR VANCOUVER, Jan. was no Increase in the price of sugar rec- orded on the Vancouver market yes- terday. The Vancouver price yester- day was 18 1-3 cents. The market locally saw a. drop of a quarter of a cent during the past few days. G.W.V.A. DAN CE MONDAY, JANUARY 31ST Daneinq from 9 till 2. Best fteor In city. Excellent music by the BLUE BIRD ORCHESTRA. Refreshments served. Invitations em secured from the social or Turcotte. To'Save Trouble and Money and to beat out old H. C. L try some of our PORK PIES All you need to do is warm them up in the ovon a few minutes and you have a delicious, appetizing meal at a very lost cost. Try them. O K Three for We will have an extra large supply of SCOTCH OAT CAKES for our Saturday's r Per dozen Our CINNAMON BUNS are unsurpassed at, per dozen___ PLAIN BREAD Buns in each Per pan..........15c Two pans........2Sc per dozen....... Cocoannt per dozen 25c Cocoanut per dozeu JLayer Cakes, each...... 25c and White Bread (Golden per loaf Graham per loaf......... Rye per loaf........._ Raiain per lOc lOc lOc 15c Lethbridge National System of Baking (OPPOSITE COLONIAL THEATRE) OUT OF NEW BUSINESS TAX ONLY REMAINS UNPAID In his M to UM Merit- ing of the tax In elty, Commlsslensr In add- ed dutlts as elates that out of a total levy for the year 1920, (mounting approximate- ly to all hut akout 1400 his teen pile1. not collected has handed the city solicitor with instructions sue delinquents, for recovery of the amounts. Immediately. NO LONGER USED Land Mark of Twenty Years Now Ceases ta Function thai age, when territorial proUMtlesj waa tn the Coaldala hotel finished its usefulness M nek as ahowt to tamed Into ai Part ef hnlldinf awnad by the Merchants Bank, but far M have (wen unouactd as ta asiy ehangea. When tha hotel wai bnflt by William Henderson and Fred Downer, It oonUinad portion occu- pied by the Bank on corner of Firth street and Third avenue, but time ago the portion of the building now occupied by the bank and the candy store was pur- chased by the bank, both ground floor and the When prohibition to sn and in Lethhrldge tha hotel did not con- tain a sufficient number of rooms to ob- tain a license to seme ef the rooms had to be divided ordar. to get a license to sell Hqnor. J. I.. Stevens, of QUMBI hotel, Calgary, is the present owner of the hotel part of the building. It is under- stood he will remodel tha Interior In the spring, putting ogees above Wool- worth's. NJ. MING TO Permanent Offlee Opened Up As Sab-Office of District Inspector Lathbridge Is to a pemuueut offlce for the administration of tha Income tax In this district under supervision of the district offlce In Calgary. Thobnrn Allan, Inspector ot taxation, Ciliary, who was In city yesterday, mide the ment before learinf the city. N. Spcddlnf at Calfary, who has one of the .auditors In the inspector's oflce there, will be in of tha Lethbrtdre ofBce, which, for the time ketnc will 'je located In the post of- fice building, flnt floor, next to Inland Revenue department The ofBee will opened In about weeks, by which time the necessary forms will hare arrived. Employers who have not Forms T1, and companies who haw not received Forms T4 and Ti, should apply at Lethbrldfe for same, ax these forms must be Bled with the Inspector of taxation, Calfary, nor. later than the ilst day of March. Forms Tl, T1A. and -T2, must be iu by SOth of April. Penalties are pro- vided for non-compliance with the act. The function of the Lethbridge of flee will he the dispensation of infor- mation, and investigation of returns. Mr. Spedding will be there to decide questions which crop up while re- turns are being made up, and he will also gather information which will be useful to the department In estab- lishing whether all who should par income tax are doing so. Forms for making returns Baay ha secured at Mr. Bpeddiug's office, but the returns when tilled out and the cheques attached must be salt to the office of the inspector of taxation at Calgary. The central cfflre at Cal- fary is the only point (B Southern Al- berta where money will be Jelly 3 pkfs....... Dry if f 1 Ibs. for Ground Sweet Chec- gft Llbby's Sweet tin, 25c 45c Reiner's Dundee 4 Ib. tins- each Bonelass Chleke par tin 30c -JDC Aberdeen BloaUr t tilt for Lobster tin Carr's 014 Country Biscuits Janey M fc per Ib Brick 11. Sure Bottle California No. lilse, each 9UC Eng. Ileh Malt Vlnegai 45c IN STOCK TODAY CAULIFLOWER, HEAD LETTUCE, POTATOES. RHUBARB, HOT HOUSE LETTUCE, CELERY. NEW CALIFORNIA CABBAQE. Kerr's Special Tan- ner Ib.............. White 3 Ibs. for Kleen Cut Can Openers........ Corn Each City dry tin Liquid Veneer Mop nn Swabs, Rldgeway'a Old Country OA Tea, per Ib............OUC Grape J pkgy..... 75c 25c 50c 35c Boss Hand per tin Bath Brick per tin Soap per Ib I cakes for Electro 3 (or The milk ot sweet corn per tin Ib. lie lOc 30c 2Sc 40c green 40c 40c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY OROCIRt. PHONU MM AND ItM. WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART LEGION ud LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE AMI HOkMIM A GRAND VALENTINES DANCE IN THE MASONIC HALL ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IfflUEl CwaJlM BLUI OftCMUTHA RtHar Children unaV not I till L Jan Utftea, M oMita. rafi ;