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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TBB LOCAL WBEBITOfJMXPKTIT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tin KIWI MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1921 LETHHlUUliE. ALMEHJA. PACT. SEVEN Much Drilling in Montana Just South of Sweet Grass WiD Soon Be Under Way; Local Men Interested Montana Field Genuine and Big LOCAL POULTRY MAN Development Will Be Seen This Year Lethbrldgo businessmen, who have JUDGE AT SASKATOON James Westbrook, prominent Leth- bridge chicken fancier has returned from the Saskatoon Winter Fair and fSOOO Here Better Than at Saskatoon-Bardie Aaktd by tg rumor that he miy have the of considering position of Commlulonir-Managcr, vaeaud by Mr. Yonth, In Snkituon, Mayor Hardle replied: "I hid tommunitatlon with Saskatoon whatever. I hive lived In Leth- upwards of 12 mid never lived anywhere where I liked It better. I would rather live in Lethbrldge at KMCO a year than at Saekatoon at banded themselves together as the 1'oultry Snow, where he acted as a Western Discoverere. havo become ao judge of poultry, interested In the oil developments in Referring to the show there he said Montana that Hugh Crawfoj-d and "v. it was of a high order but the bulld- D Brown were sent down to look over ins where It was housed was not the the field. They made a thorough best 1'or the show. Lighting faclli- survey anfl this morning they pro- ties were not ot the beet. The show nounced the Montana Held as genuine, was held in the U.GXJ. building, First They pointed out that the monled street north. Interests in that field are big and soms Weather conditions in Saskatoon of them are willing to continue Je- have been similar to Lethbrldge. Mr. velopment larther north If sufficient Westbrook aays he likes his old indli'-itlon'R can be foiu-d. The main bridge just as much as ever. His trip portion of the lies about one hnn- north didn't change his mind. dretl and thirty miles south of the boundary and a continuation of a lino It runs north through Havre. The Chotean field referred to below la not connected with the Cat Creek field at all. It Is a continuation of the Pincher Creek field and lies jnst south ol Coutts. So far no walls are producing there, drilling being about ready to start. The Northern Field Kevin and Cho'enu county have mov- ed Info the limelight of the oil world in Montana. Dril'hg operations will be suing In sixty four miles north of Kevin, and In Choteau oil companies are being organized. In Chotsati. people are going oil Recently much enulpment arriv- ed there to comp'ete the outfit of the Durham company of West Virginia and an Ohio company will soon have material on the ground to drill on thn Adams leases, which were recently ac- quired from local people there. PAY IF iunt to be purchased from Jas. McCool, on the basis of each, f.o.b., Leth- bridge. Teachers' Poll Tax The citj treasurer was authorized to deduct the poll tax for school tea- chers who not paid for the year 1920, through the moneys due the school board from the city. And Council Hears Protest as Poll Tax To Be Deducted Nearly ICO Men From Various Parts of Province Will Be in Attendance Important Docket -r Schwartz vs. Guerin Case Comes on Wednesday The civil sittings of the Supreme The city council wag waited on Monday morning, by a deputation rep- resenting the doctors and dentists oC the city to protest the manner In which the floor space tax Is arrang- _______ cd. The deputation consisted of Drs.' Between seventy-five and one hun- Stewart, Taylor, Craig, Foi, and LOT- ared horseehoers and 1, B; J1 there was a writse makers from Alberta points discrimination In the taxing In wlll meet m Lethbrldge Tuesday favor of the lawyers of the city, In mornlng tat their anmlal provincial that their floor space tax was not convention. The meeting is sched- so High as that placed on the mem- to open in tne K p hall at nlna bers of the medical and dental pro- O.clock and wil, continue all day. fossions. The members were qntte This Organl2ation is composed of willing to pay city taxes, but it was master biackamiths, horseshoers and felt that they were not only paying carriage makers In Alberta. Prices their own share but helping to pay will De ono Bubject, the Herald was that of others, in tbat they were tax-. told thll mornlng, that will be dis- ed too high as compared wltb mem- CUB8edi Dut it is not expected any Hatters Claim They Will Get Same Treatment as Leth- bridge Northern The Medicine Hat News editorially says Both the Lethbrldgo Herald and Calgary Aibertan outline an Irriga- tion policy, which they claim will be adopted by the provincial government, entailing upon the government the carrying of the bonds of the Leth- bridgo Northern proposition for sev- eral years, until it can be shown that the owners of the land are able and willing to pay the interest charges. With the security of the investment thus demonstrated, It Is held that there would be no difficulty in dis- posing of the bonds on the financial market. Just how or where the news- papers in question received this in- formation is not divulged, but Medi- cine Hat has had the personal as- surance of Premier Stewart that ex- actly the same treatment would be meted out by the government to the Lethbrldge and the Medicine Hat ir- rigation propositions. This assurance was given in Edmonton last April to a deputation composed of Messrs. Chudleigh, 'Laidlaw, MoLarty, Fraser and Terrill. PLYMOUTH WON Later returns from Old Coun- try football games Saturday show that instead of Plymouth and Swansea playing a tie Plymouth won by a 1 to 1 score. RED NECKTIE WAS DOWNFALL OF MAN WANTED FOR FORGERY In a recent issue the Chotean bers of the legal profession. It. was -hnnirs win ha aftfhnri7pH hv thA rnn. Court, for the trial or non-jury cases, i bht that individual lawyers In the north opened on Monday morning, with Mr. ,n aeflrm flfty per cent than conditions in .the north Justice Ives presiding. The morning aenti8tB and doctors. The and south are so different. tanan printed: "That real prospects was spent In going over the docket and polnt was as to tho are In store for the people is proven setting the dates of trial after whlcB floor gpace of ostsOpaths, chroprao by the fact we some of the best the court adjourned until 3 o clock In tica and herbali8t8. lt Wa8 gtated that complies of the world Interested in the afternoon. The Senwarti vs. they ghould be tajtea on tne Mme the Willow Creek structure, also Guerin case, which has attracted so principle employed In taxing the doc- stronij local companies, which attention, was set for next Wed- lora and dentl8ta Tne question was for the field a real success. nesday. Mr. Maoleod Slnclald, K.C., of left the nanda the councli. "It is quite evident that the people! Calgary, Is in thy city to conduct the of Choteau are willing to assist in any case on behalf of the defendant_Oner- way toward development as they have President of the Farmers and Mer- nhown a wonderful interest In pur-, chants Dank, Sweet Grass Montana chasing stock from local companies, The cages were set In the following of th6 I S? that adlnstments "The interest on the WO ow Creek vs. Guerin, Brock and Co. Ts..maae .in regard to the floor fuerin et al, Bobr vs. Schwart, Pill-1 of the Dominion Co ioutli end of the structure, because of ing Land Cc. vs. al. Ho'-bs Acting on a letter receired the dip iu the rocks being much less' Belanger, Bryant vs. Wing, Wilkinson Mayor Adams of Calgary, the coun- iban oUhe eaet end and the northern Lethbrldge Coal Co., Emerson ci] that -the city solicitor This would indicate that the Brantinguam Co. vs. BnytOB, shoaid attend the meeting of city collecting area on the southwest part and Co., McKendry vs. Wagner, Cald- solicitors, to be held in Calgary on is much greater than any other part va; Caldwell, Lelshman vs., Feb. 3rd, for considering means for and the companies are to Lelshman, Lodermelr vs. Jepson, Wat-1 more simplicity and much cheaper secure leases in this location. The Dry Tractor vs. Boyd, Roan vs.: procedure for cities obtaining tax sale government geologist has 'expressed Quinet al, Lynn vs. Richards, Walker titles. The poaFibillty nt res at 1.000 feet on Co. vs. Kearns et al, Russell et al this report is entire- Eagleson va Nell, Expresa Company Floor Tax In addition to the protests of the medical and dental professions, a communication was received from C. Walker, solicitor ,for the tax Bank clearings for the month ending today were f as against J3.33S.- 654.12 for the corresponding month a year ago. BUSH TOWN SOFT DRINK VENDORS FINED At Coleman on the 28th, John Hars- sok was fined with costs for hav- ing liquor for sale. The accused dis- pensed soft drinks at Bush Town, i to Coleman, but on searching his 1 premises. Constables Marjerison and 1 Reid of the A. P. P. with the town con- stable, Houghton, found a bottle part- I ly filled with Scotch whiskey in the bar-room, concealed under the stair-' way, and a full quart In a room up- stairs. In the same conrt Jim Haroku, also of Bush Town, was fined f5 with; costs, for being In possession of a re- volver. The weapon was found under the pillow of the bed In the room he occupied In the premises of Harssok. On a description given by the A. F. P. at Lethbrldge, a man named Flnlay was arrested by Chief Faulds, at Tab- er, and conveyed to Lethbrldgo, where ho Is awaiting trial on the charge, as alleged, of uttering worthless cheques. A red necktie he was wearlag proved his undoitrg, as this was made note (if Jin the description given, and so en- abled him to fall easily into the hands of Chief Faulds. The arrested man's modus operand! is alleged to that of visiting some ot the small towns, gdlng into the Chin- ese restaurants and obtaining a meal ticket, for which he tendered a cheque for the price of the ticket and the bal- ance of the sum In cash. He wanted at Nanton, and from there is said to have come to Coaldale, where he is alleged to have tried the same trick, going on by the eastbound to Taber. CHINAMAN BURNED TO DEATH HAZELTON, B. C., Jan. Lee, proprietor of the Royal Cafe here was burned to death this morning in a fire which destroyed the cafe building and the home of J. C. K. Seely adjoining. Three other China- men employed In the restaurant had narrow escapes. The Inse wni ap- proximate Sold Whiskey and Carried Re yolver, Which Magistrate Considers Bad Com- bination A full measure of fines and im prlionmtmt was the lot of Uoyi Lewis Jackson at the A.P.P. conn held in the city on Saturday alter noon, with Magistrate Hurrell on th( bench. The accused, who hells Iron Montana, was arrested at Warner bj tho A.P.P. and brought to Lathbrldgn to stand trial. He was charted will; being In possession of a loaded re- volver and for selling liquor. For the first he was fined the sum of JlOO with costs, with two imprisonment with hard labor UelM. on, or la default of payment an tlonal two months. For the secnttd _ offence he was fined HoO with and in lieu of payment two months with hard labor. In the same court Walter Hnter, also arrested at Warner by the A.P P. was fined with costs, togethoi with two months with hard labor. for being in possession of a loaded re- volver. In default of payment an add! tional two RECOMMEND COMMUTATION OF DEM1 SENTENCE WASHINGTON. Jan. atlon of the ot Eujene effective next February 13, been recommended to President Wilson tne department of justice, it was learned today. ly 0" confirmed by the geologist of_ the Deere Plow Co Latult and Martin varimn compiles at the nresent time Richards Vt. Richard., Bauer and Mor- International Harvester Co, vs. Berlin. in the city. "The" city "council'now'nas ris Copeland under consideration with Mr. Flndley. Winkler, Huff vs. et al, who retirements. an eastern company, the ens franchise for the town. Gas, itself, has been in demand for some years in this part of the state. The Lint a larger turnout is expected, week's class was a success. The class this week was called for Wednesday night but owing to the smelter in Great Palis have expended laree sums In the development.of gas, as far north as Sweet Grass and It hockey match it was put off until the Willow Creek .structure hoi's gas Thursday. Commencing next week, it in nomifercial quantities, those inter- is expected, the classes will be held posted will hava a handsome return for on Wednesdays. 1 investment." WHEAT 18 CENTS UNDER HIGH MARK OF MONTH l Wheat at ten o'clock this morning down sixteen centa fr m the close im the first of this month. It was (eighteen' centa below the highest point of tho J2.02 34. According to D. B. Harris the state of affairs in the Argentine. has a great deal to do with the market oon- ditfons in United States and Canada. Kuropean buyers are waiting to see what tho developments are in South Africa. The bank failures in the Argentine for a time threw affairs into a tur- moil but since then business has re- adjusted itself and it now looks as if the Argentine will stage a come-back. The crop there, however, Is some- what later than usual. "He was ramblln' eon with the feet that never was made for a steady to "Sun- down alias Harry Carey, in hit latest and great- est production, "Sundown at the Colonial Wed- nesday and Thursday this week. An agreement was with the Federals Coal Co. for the supply of 14 tons of pea and slack coal, at 25 cents per ton at the coal company's! tipple. The store department was authorized to purchase two cars of I, ties for the street railway. Two car-'j loads ot cedar poles were authorized "I'm alek o' seeing scenery lead Me to the bean- ery, where there's nomethlng more than air to of "Sundown Slim" (Harry Carty) In hit latest and greatest production, "Sun- down at the Colonial Wednesday and Thursday thla week. VETERANS PHYSICAL TRAINING CLASSES The physical training class of the G.W.V.A. will be held on Thursday of this week. Tills will be the sacond session of this class this season'and' 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS, Financial Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. M Acedia Building Third AVWIM South BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Who Is there that doesn't like a good piece of Bread, It It Is made with the right flavor and In a sanitary way? QUAKER BREAD Is, and it's to your liking. It has met with wide favor and will please yon just as It has pleased otliers. It's as good as it looks. John Gi'more Ltd. Baksra of Quiktr Brtat. PHONE 371. Good Bread, But- ter and Milk Are Perfect Foods Phone us and we will deliver you the good butter and ftiilk. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED DIAMOND D lr u AD Ticket- holders be on hand at Ben- der's Jewelry Store EARLY TONIGHT. The draw for the Dia- mond Ring will take place. Willard Plus Plus longer Plus freedom from battpry Plus the protection of Threaded" Rubber Plus Willard Service-- It always pays to look for the Willard Threaded Rubber Trade-markon the bat- tery you buy, and to be sure you get it. Scarlett Service Station 311 7th St. South. Phone 616. Willard Batteries SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW 65c sac 45c 50c Chase Sanbore's Tea. Reg. 90c, on sale size, per dozen 2 tins for Fancy Mixed per Ib............. Carr's Old Country Assorted. per Ib. Evaporated Loganberries. per Ib................DOC Baby's Own "TP- 2 boxes ...............I OC Cooking 5-lb. tins Purity cube Quick Pudding, Scotch 2 tins Ontario hand-picked Tomatoes........ Golden West Ammonia Powder, 2 pkgs Royal Crown Cleanser. t for size. per doien Florida Grape- r fruit ........IDC Kerr's Pure Alfalfa Tapioca and 35c 35c 20c 17c 25c 45c 20c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1386, BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND VIRTUE OF A LIEN NOTE AIVEN 1Y LLOYD DEVINE to CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. and to directed aMHwt MM cKatUh) Lltyd A Oevlne named In said I Mlad MM namely: 3 FRESH MILK COWS; 1 DRY MILK COW WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Tuesday, the first Day of FeU921 At Bert Tiffin Farm, 8 miles southeast of Lethbridfc AT THE HOUR OF tM P.M. DATED LETHBRIDGE, JAN. 21ST, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, SallllT. HOUSEHOLDER CITY W tch Srcce Tomorrow Evening THE WORKING MAN'S STORE NORTH LETHBRIDGE NEW AND SECOND-HAND STORE Dur Big Genuine Sale 15 Per Cent Off AB Cash PnrdBMS FURNITURE, BEDS, COIL SPRINGS, MAT- TRESSES, CROCKERY, FELT BOOTS, SLIP- PERS, RUBBERS, OVERSHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, OILCLOTHS; ALSO t VARIETY OF WICKER FURNITURE. F.A.RO 1ITH ST. NORTH. PI LINI CAM TO THE DOOR. A ;