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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It Issue Bonds for Highways; Use Auto License Revenue, to Meet the One of the Suggestions Adopted At the Motor Club Convention MANY RESOLUTIONS -J BREWERY FINED Tbtf LcthbriJgc Drew-cry, 1 id. was prosecuted by the ciiy police lor the sale ot m- loiic-Mlne liiuor aud was lined J100 and costs. Tho and District Auto 'lub will 110 longer be known by that name. 'At toe afternoon session ol Wednesday's convention It was n- curlElened "The Southern Alhcrta Cooil Koadsand Motor Traffic Associa-. llou" Amongst the resolutions pass-1 ed ;it tho session, Iho following was j reckoned uiglily Important. "That Iho provincial government bj memorialized to late Inlo considera- lion tho plan useJ by llio States, name- ly ihal o1! bond issues for the purpose ol building permanent highways. In speaking to the resolution Mr. Uualinv slated that In Ihe policy o _ bonding for tho building of permanent 'rices. in ietf and i-oads. the present licenses on motors Uon havc [rom live woulS be adequate to pay Ihe Inlcresl I to-tcll 'cmla pound. 1'ork still keeps and look alter the principal. EnJ is no prospect of Us I of Roads coming down In the general scarclly Tfic resolution adopted requesting of bogs. Fanners me stllLUE ineir isrsis? Kouic-llituB Hkc an ebb !n the lion is- tide of the hjeh coat o[ llvln lias taken place In the. city In regar an SLIGHT INCREASE IN I3ANK CLEARINGS The l.ctauridge baul> ilear- IIIES for ihf week oudniB July against JG22.7-U.J ii a yiar ago PRESENTED TO PRESENT KING The Hersld had a glimpse today o( 3 photograph of Ihe address that was presented by the cily of lo His Royal High- ness the Duke ot Cornwall and York, the present King, during his Canada In 1901. II is needless to.say that it was prepared by Robert Sane, who can always be depended upon lo produce an artistic scroll. This could hardly be improved upon. Mr. Sage's gilts will likely be utilized in preparing the address on (he occasion of the visit of the Prince ol Wales, son ol the other distinguished personage. some ueuer srades now'.being made througli. Hie aliead in he province, brought Corn-art a eooil, m the d rt Seal the .l.le of Ihe Bo roada. Mr. naalmi liolnled out tint ,nc in many eases Ihe grades were filled up in..! up ivilli stones iinil rough grading so 7 there was daninge dune lu cars in lia'lr''Harr" Sred lo Ihe culver, J RECALLS ADDRESS CITY on llio cltv saying Hint there: PRESENTED TO PRE-SEI was nol a car which conlil pass over i them wlllioul seeing sis inches of j ..Mr. Smilli of Ulairnlore. tonllilamca ihat tho government aliihorities i senled ony suggestions in regard to ruads. j Mr. Lund considered llic greal problem wns llic maintenance ot roads. I In thc'roads ill Hie ilistrict Ilicro ivas no uniform crowning will, tbe result! iliiit there were mud holes. A finished I should be put on aflcr fc-rad-1 "Sir Ulcnncr.llassctt drew attention j in'perfccl roads In Saskatchewan.! made 'so by the rough slufT beins ihrowrj'on each side ol them. Resolullons Adopted. Other resolutions aflople'd were: we ask tlio-' provincial gov- crnmcnl for information re the eHic-v ic, Iho llEhls now inj i. use, and 11 U nol enforcea- Thiif' Inrorniallon be asked for lenglli of time cars ivilli Alberlii lie-1 enscs 'are' allowed lo remain in Sas-, kalchewan, Manilcbci.nnd D. C. and vice versa. That Ilia provincial govcrumcnl bn li> fumisli small plates wilh yearly dales similar io Ihose I used In other provinces, ihus allow ing same numbers lo be useH from year lo year at much less expense'.; That this convention mcmoralizo Ihe Provincial and Dominion govern t menls regarding tlic urgent of immedlste action, tor commence-; incnt ot works .on nil irrigation schemes now. under consMcralion Soulhera Alberla. the government be asked to ro'iraburse Iho farmers bctwssr, i Cardston aml-Whlerlon for their cash outlay on cut ot roaiV now used as a i pnbllr.'hlBliway. v lii lliat tlioiisands of American cars are crying for-ontranco into. Canada. tho rorao when Albcrln anil Its great national parks should ba ulaceil on the Automobile Park High- wny route of the continent. Be il re- solved that, access be made to Ihe routo, via iWatcrton Lakes Park onil Ihia resolution be. lorwaraeil lo the Dominion government. Whereas the Dominion govcrnmenl has set aslifc a Jargo sum ol money [or use In mailing highways, bo 11 re- Folrcd that the Association mcmor- nllzc llio protlriclnl Eovernment lo'ac shaio money thai would-como to Iho province lor im proveiienl ol -our highways, particu- larly with a lo doing permanent worV on Ilie re.l. routo along the CrowVS'esl Pass, vthlch work should commenced nt an early dale, Tho ascrclary of Iho W. D King, wns tendered a licarly- vole of ihnnks for Ills untiring services and elforla in the interests of the organ- Irillon. The aamo complirnoiil wns accordcj the prcsliient, Harris. Officers Elected The followlnB1 officers wcro I elected: K. Harris. D. Kins. nlenncr-llasactt. -I. -tV Card, Arlhur Voling, F. Spooner, A. I1, l.unil, U. MacKlntosH, J. W; Uawden." A vole of IhanXs was tendered Ihe l.ethbrldge tlie kindncaj II had -shown nnd llio h'tln U hail given in tho campaign (or mulling the As- sociation a auccesj. The members ol llic (Jrosr's Nest Highway Association present ni- ter Ihat until-the Nallonal Highway was slnrteil Ihroiifih llic Crow's Ncsl I'ass, Iho asaociallon would remain us ;i aepar.ile body, amolgamallne-wltli the Southern Al licrla Aaioclallon .Inter. That Chief Hardy Willing Tor Investigation Into 1'olicc Affairs There is a stir in police circles in the view at coinrjunicai'on to Iho mayor ana council from Attorney (leneral P.oj-le calling altcotlon lo tbe lack ol cfficlc-iu-y of tlie pollcf force o[ the ciiy. The latters joins Issue wilh Ihe. mayor lu regard to his pub- Ijched staicineul lhal per cenL of the people 01 llio city are F.-illsllcil w'lh cond'.tions which eiist In ridse. which, it in poinled out, has lien permitted lo become a rcndei ons lor gamblers, crooks and crlin- nals of. various sorts, wlilcu is; nol nly a menace lo the citizens, but to province. Tho letter lug- thai steps be taken at once lo irinK nbonl a decided reform in con- nection with Ihe city police lorce. The- letter lias been discussed lo council, in regard lo llic same. Mayor llordie and Cily Solicitor ball left for Edmonton yesterday altcrnoon io have a personal Inlcrvieiv wilh Mr. Doyle. Chief Hardy. Ihe Herald nniler stands, hus himself asked [or an m vcsligntion before any steps are takei in rcspeci lo the reorganizing ot the [orce. The lloralil trusts lo shortly 1'U.b in full Ihe altorncy-Kencrals lei wilh the reply o[ Ibe mayor lo 11 The .mention ot cic-ryone in the! distrki i thi. aweelly ents ware heiug put ur, on the park, uf 8 The people there, erpe.i a hlg seo now ossemhlc for Ihe run lo ihe Ukes. 1 IM-IT.ED.'-. V The Department of Labour and the Provincial Governments have organized a System of Employment Offices from Coast to Coast for Returned Soldiers and all classes of and Women and untrained. l A Special Section exists for Pro- fessional and Business workers. To look after the special needs of the RETURNED SOLDIER there is in each of these offices, a representative of the INFORMATION AND SBWCt BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF SOLDIERS' CWIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT DIDN'T ARRIVE UNTIL AFTERNOON The uonvenTon of Hie' Al- berla. Motor Lcagut will be he'.d liiis allcrnoon ill Ihe Hoard o: Trai'.e Building. The v delegates from Calgary arc ilpt v expected until Hen. They will motor in from Vulcan, wncrc v Ibey "ill lunch. :Our special glass for lighting-dark-.interiors in conjunction with "Zouri" Metal Store Fronts will solve your store front problems.' NEAREST OFFICES Calgary, Edmonton, Lcthbridge, Medicine Hal, Red Deer, 142 Seventh Avc. E. 10220-lOlst Street Hull Block Quebec Bank Bldg. 17 Ross Street Tel. No. M. 7809 2451 1603 3073 69 TOMORROW, Friday, July 25th AT. WApDfflGTON'S AUCTION, ROOMS' COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT CONTINENT'S PREMIER 'TRAINED .EXHlBltlCN ANIMAL The Highway Beckons Information for Auto Travellers I Some Places Lo Slay and lo Get Supplies for Your Auto. ael out in the Ihese summer days wl.en the cool, fresh air, and good nwds InVilc you. BULGER'S DOG AND PONY SHOWS i GO People. Animal talent Galore. 18-Piece Band. Will Positively Appear at Saturday Afternoon, July 26th 1 AT ONE-TH1RTY ON THE PREMISES; 1018 TWELFTH STREET s. Frank Waddington Retlaw Motor.Company Service SUtion for Dodoe, Over: land Cars, and Tfallic Trucks. Accesiorlef. Gas, Oils and OrcasCF, noiiairecl and Recharged. Prompl Scivico, Day, Nlghl and Sundays. HOTEL CECIL Follow Ihe Red Trail. Tne oniy liotcl in tho city rcprcsentlnB Ihe Uomlnlon Trail1 Association. MEDICINE HAT King Edward Hotel Plnchcr Creek. Alia. Uus Meets All Trains. Slenni Helled Tlirougnoul. Special Allcntion Given lo Com roercial and Transient Trade. I D. B. Siple, Prop. King Edward Hotel Auto Bus and Baggage Line Auto Livery In Connection. Family Cars to Walcr'.on Lakes ChaD. M, Collins, Prop. PINCHEH CREEK Lethbridge, July 30 HO TBAfflED PEBFOPINC ANIMALS 1NC1.UDBIC Merrill Belew and Troupe of 60 highly educated Ponies and dancing Tingoing. hign school horses. 25 Performing vating, pleasing doggies in a remarkable series of wonderful exhibitions. The Hotel Fernie Wyalt, Manaeer v. The Commercial Man's Home 'nates and Up.per Uny. Kernle, Drllish Coluinhla Rooms With Ealh in Connection. Seven First-Class Sample Rooms. Hot and Colil Telephone In Every Hooni. Superb Pony Military Drill of the Allies 1 r'ndlo inachlno In perleeU running order; two very e W1LTOSI .9.12 nml .SfcxSW, respeelivclir new con- ATTEND BIG CONVENTION -hon, Senator Oe Veber will, al- tend Ihe Liberal convention In Ot- Dr. Levering Ii ilio g Motor Co., Ltd.. FORD GARAGE Accessories, Tires, Oils. Service Phone V70 Free Taber, Alls. FORD GARAGE Central Car Tire Servicr. Warner, Alberta A. P.'Vcile, I'roii. SERVICE GARAGE Service anrl nepsir Stallon for McLauehlln Cars, (food Slock Donv inio'n nml f.ooayonr Tirca. Vulcan- iilng liul General Ileralr Work, fjallerlca nechp.rECiI.- WARNER, ALBERTA OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile .oils, I'olarlae, Oasollnc. Uom.ln'lcn and Olher Good Tires. Prompt Snlls.factory Service at All TMILK RIVER HARDWARE co.J F. J. Proprietor COUTT3, 60 MILES Monkeys from afar active agile, chattering Simians, almost human In their actions and anticl. Horte. Monk. Mule. Daring, death-defying circus, aerial and Iron-jaw artlstl. Unexcelled troupe of acrobillo barrel-Jumpers and ers. I Regular troupe ot old-faihlonM clowns and circus Jesters. Buller's Famous CONCERT BAND Daily at Each Performance of ficncrnl utility.-' -RMS CASH'' PHONES 770--169 A PROMPT, ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED Sells Without HOTEL WARNER WKcn a1 Warner make your homo nt Iho Ilolel Worncr. IF llr .place suits you again. ALTAMQNT GARAGE llatiery aewlte, Vulcanizing, U- nitlon and General Itcpalrs. Scrvlco lo 1'ourlsla at Iho line. Iload Mops' of Montana. Qdncrnl Information. Oilsloms OKIce next door. Stop In- ami see Vis. Oet enough Alherla air lo siiocd you bn your way. Roberts and.Baker, Proprietors Wonders and Animal Actors Galore. I New Clrcul Calliope. Comtdy Jugglers. Will Positively Appear Twice Daily One Day'-Wed., July 30th ;