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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920 %etbbrtoge UiTilBIUDGb' ALBl'RTA. All The Local New. Where You Expect It fAUh SKVbfc NEW CHIEF TAKES OFFICE ON SUNDAY 1'remier Stewart Telliag AddiMS to Larf c Audience at B. of T. Luncheon SYDNEY VALLANCE NOW FULL-FLEDGED LAWYER; IS "ADMITTED Sydney H.- Vilhaee, a .brother of J. T. J. Vallauce, ot this city, was admitted to the bar ot Alberta on Tuesday hut before Mr. Juillce Walsh, preiiding In Supreme Court Calgary. Mr. Vallauce has many friends here, for some years been on the start of Messrs. Conyfeare; Church and HcArtbur. Declaring that It was the lamentable suspicion with which we ire prone to view each other iu these days, due to the hysteria brought on by the war, that has caused tno present desire tin the part of the to split up liito. groups, .eacb. striving for govern- mental'jiowor, Hoa. Cbarles Stewtrt, liremte'r of Alberta told a gathering ot '100 business and professional men of city gathered at the weekly lunch- eon :qf the Board ot Trade tbat 11 was mass In would eventually bring social. and economic peace within the Dominion, who would bridge iho gap In lhe pres- ent stage of reconstruction. It was "an address breathing optimism and sanity" as HOT. Capt Denoon de- scribed it In moving a vote of thanks at the conclusion and everyone pres- cnt went away fcollug lhe -better for having heard It. Premier Stewart is sparing time from arduous duties as of the Alberta government to undertake a work which iio bejiives stands above all else at tho present time. He Is availing himself of every opportunity to rduso tlid mass of the people from Ihelr indifference to the economic changes which are taking place. "VVe tire not the samp people we. were in pre-war days" lio said during bis speech, and It Is' to get -tho people of of the recently appoint- In an'introspective frame advisory board under lhe provin- mind lhat be is touring the province. clal Dories act over loo There (9 nothing of nollllr-s In Mi 'hc dutle3- !aca 'efforts "If I Vere to follow my own e wa? that it should nersonaUncllnatlons right now I would'10 "commission 1" investigate. The "over. Chief of Police-elect Glllesple will enter on bis new duties on Suuday, and Chief Hardy Is making preparations for his departure to taVo sole, charge of Iho fire department. Mr. tilllesple'E position In the customs will bu temporarily filled by Mr. W. Scott, al pres-, ent employed la tho. depart- ment, until another official Is appointed. Kiae Lot of Instructors- and Pupils Learn About Power Farming A class of forty men, farmers and Meeting Held iii Calgary ;When Matter Was May Protest to GOT- eminent Dissatisfaction is expressed, by the sous of farmers, has been busy In Lett bridge all themsel ternatfonal Harvester Co. is supplying Foreigners Mulcted Heavily As Kesuft of Sharp Work by -Moimties The sum of vat taken in fines at the provincial police court, on Fri- day u the result ot (be dis- covery of Hlfclt still at Hardleville by Corporals Suamerfield and Fer- guson of the R.N.W.M.P. As already iii tbe flertld, the capture of the still and the haling of the var- ious parties connected with tho Earns before tbe court was a clever one on unlawful possession of liquor. In ad- dition, -MatUolti was fined a further and Qr one raonlh, for being in unlawful possession of liquor. The parties are all Italians and the trtlll produced iu court v.-ith. its norm, condensing barrel, and a double distilling copper boiler. J. C. Hendry acted for the accused. Skating Tonight Announcement that there would be no band at tie skating rlsh during the remainder of the scasmi. except oa special occasions, did not deter ikatlng enthusiasts from turning out the part of ibe Mouttles by a shrewd hn'torce "f bursdaVnlght' of effect. As the1 result of chance questioning ot tho Luncheon Under Rotary Aus pieces on Feb. Talk About Labor Con- ference Tho Honorable C. R. Mitchell, pro- vincial treasurer, is to visit on Mouday, February 9th, null address a luncheon under the auspices of tho accused Delia as lo Hie whereabout) of one Mattlotti, and the striking tbat there was Bometbine suspicious In his' demeanor to the way ho replied lo tho inquiries of tho Mouutles, they laid their plans. By a ruse, in tbc wai' of moving.6ft in their car some (ive blocks away but still keeping a watch on-their man, the Mounlies, not- ing whither he went, came hack mid caugu't him in the act of removing the all week preparing to make from the shack where it was, with r. i tto asslslonce of. Mrs. Mattiotti. A ves better tamers. Tha In- search ,n. ,hB ielt lcd to nal Harvester Co. is supplying sumiuoningof Clementlo for free Iho opportunity to do tills through I unlawfully having In his possession ftB fourth tractor school. A Herald representative vlslled the school on Thursday afternoon .-ind found the class deep in tho mysteries of engines, threshers, internal combustion and a dozen and one things that tho Up-to- date farmer wants to know these davs. a quantity of spirits. At the provincial pollco court Giulo Mattiotti was fined J350 and costs for unlawfully haying in Ills possession a still, or In lieu of payment six months iii jail. Sara Delia was lined (300 aiid costs or Six months for removing. :he ice the of the season n weather just right for skalhig it there will ba three times KS. out tonight. Skating starts at 7 o'clock. On Saturday afternoon from 2.30 to 4.30 every boy and girl in the city who can rustle u pair ot skates is in- vited to go to the rink for a frco ckate. Bring along an eld broom to Joiu (he sweepers' brigade from 4.30 to 5.30. On Saturday night there will b9 skating for the general public from 1 to 8.45. TUe Ice will then be swept and at 9.15 a bockoy match will be staged between Lethbrfdge juniors and Carmangay juniors. A competent ccrns of 'insiructora ;wllh tho .object' vt concealing, a_still. been furnished by the company 'I throw up the sponge, go hack lo my fnrro, n peaceful life and