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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY flERALD Local News Where To Find It JULY :U; ALHVNTA. PA'JK -SEVEN Inclined- (o Thinks There Should Ken Clean Up As slated in the Herald, li is now hi tho position to publish a copy'of the letter forwarded by Attorney-Gen- eral Doyle lo the Mayor ami council ol Ihc illy. In Us lenor and iu Ha 'direction to Ihe council as a public ijller it is published In tho interests o! Iho public. "The letter is nracliially a reply to the open Idler o! the-mayor, imb- Ilihed in the Herald, In reference to slaloiuenli made by Mr. Boyle, and gives the Mayor desired oppor- lonlly of rlealiiu pJMcly with what Mr. Boylo has to say In regard to the city- Tho letter follows: Edmonton, July If, To'tbe Jlayor rnd Council, Clly ol LelnuridEe, Alberla. beg lo call your at- lenllon lo lack ot elllclency ol the I policc'forcc o( your city. The condit- ions as revealed by the convictions recently otlainctl l.ijr provincial iletec- liv'csanrt the Alberla Provincial Pollco arc most deplorable lo say the .least, notice that put lieheil wlial ho no doubt lotcnds as an explanation as lo ivliy -these con dlllonJ exist.' I heg to iitiint out however, thai as lu Ihc Ihu province-ol the Clt; o( Lelhbrldce aro entirely unlmmdeil lo Ihe mailer ol Ihe division 'a'. Hues and expense Incurred lor police courts bv Ihc province, the city ot l.elhui in claclly the same position .13 al the oilier cities In Alberla. and these cities are in a inLch- more favorable position ,in this respect than any o 1 the cities in the other provinces o Canada. Al a contercncc between the rejirs a'enlalives of llic ciiies anil the erpmcnL some lime ago, an arrange raent was made whereby (he provinc underlays all the expense o[ Iho sa an' ot the pollen, magistrate and a' .clerical assistance in his office, an divides Ihe liquor nucs- wlyjre the cil 'authorities'have anyihing id do wil thi prosecutions; tho city taking one tljlrd and the BO far M fines under the municipal 1 laws are concerned, Ihc cily. pets a the'revenue. In roost eastern cilie the ells' authorities maintain the tola expense IncludiP salary ol-police magistrate, and lain no fines ciceplliig those Impose Under city bylaws. Your mayor is. quile mistaken, I thinking ihat thc'-provlncial govcr roent bas g'ranteJ licenses lo club In botlibrlilgo. These so-calli; "Clubs" are merely joint slock coi paiiles which Incorporated under II Joint Slor.li-Companies Aci, uslnff word "Cluh" as part o! Ihe trade nam ot the Joint Stock Company, and a sTucli companies are ol course, like ol 1 er companic3, subject lo the laws tlia country. Your mayor Is also ml Izken -in thinking lhat llie dctcctlvi we're employee] under llie new Poll' passed at Iho last session. .Th Act did not hccomo law by proclara tlon until after the .irrcs jnaHtv Furfhermore I would be to point out that the city polite uud Ihfl naiv Acl have wflhln lite city lim- (ts'lhe same powers as Iho Provincial N ILLICIT STILL AT RIVER. BOTTOM! An illicit stlil wan discovered in the, ver Dotlom on the preinlses of anl Ullrlan. named Jobbagxy. TUc paratue. including a copper tank ofj Ballon capacity, together wilh aj uantily of fermenting Indian as lirought In by city police who] ade the arrest. Tho a'ccuied nppeur- bffore Magi-Tram Irivln Ihls morn- and was rcmindcil until Iho after- 0011. itabllsh and a competent nd efficient police, force lo w and order such an i? expected to retail In a Canadian city; n prilicc ITCC with suitable- delectivo Blarf. 1 do not agree wilh .your mayor I ho'states that 76 ;PT .cent, ol he people, of (lie clly nro taUshed with ondltions vhich exist in Leihbridge. d beg lo point out lhat pcrmllllns iur i-ily to become a rendezvous for amblers, crooks and of rar- us sorts is not only a.mcnace lo the iltzcnc buj is f.lso a menace to the hole province aprtl.would respect- ully suggest therefore that steps bo n at once to brliiR aijuul a de- Idcd retorin In connection with ihe ollce'force ot ymir-clly. I have tho honor'.to sirs, Your obedient cervap.t, j. n. noyi-E, Altorney General. Balk clearings this week thow a very large Increase. The total amount for this week is G3, wfttle the figures for tne corre. Eponi'lno week last were The exact cauje ol the large Increase cannot be at- eertalncct, but there Is reason to believe that a very heavy business transaction that link place this week had considerable to do with the Increase. There an Increase last week. These returns indicate that the drouth Is not very' seriously alfectinp business conditions. The total clearings for the month of July this year reached ac compared with a year ago. FOR U.S. OFFICIAL O.V THE WAV HOME The following men from itiis '.I i, strict who arrived In itic1 Winnl- fredlnn arc due in aliput itic cod of iho week: gergi. Iho C. 11. StvrlinR; I'te. E. Harris. .Macraili; Pit-, C. II- JMlnitr. rarlirr. be tier as "SlJm" 1'arker, ihe cow.ioy whu Ihe Pinchcr Creek Man Feels He Was-Badly Grieved Over Treat- mcnl brought Ardenvllle; I'lP A. T. LrMh-' ram-h wilh a Virokvn canseJ uy bridge; Pte. J. bring thrown froiu a buoVjn? horse and who went under an operation iii llie Gall Hojjiilal. as reported. tincbrd lo his injurips anl passed' aiva) last uifihl. IlF was tjjllej to ri'lc jl the Slanniedc anrl nas try- vihrii the m-ci- T ihe Oranby .Vnins C'o.'al Mr, In his slorj (o ihe Herald.'satd lhai he had lived in, Pin- Cher Creek for three years and had af ing oul ranch ihtre wliich sold. His ol-vurrcd. was an eleren-yenr resident in Iliej lown and WES a-widow with four chil-1 lrt dren when lie married htr two P D 'P Tfl ago. Her husband was killed al th-> I H II front U.lll.ll. 0 !U and In Ihe I.cihbridcc ho'.pl arp Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson viii infaul. of Pinrlier and familv Creek. Mr. is m.iotent U-lsitin? his paresis al Anyok. victim of Ihc arresl itlcrn-d to in ne IWeA in Wednesdays Hi-iald. In wtildi he Corking will, ihf (Iranhy MiningCo.. mistaken for oap Psu-hnis. who was i vvlln his wife and family io wanted on the allrco.I i-liarec of all- his to roiled after (he of ;ho American Co. at KUcni- can, In Alaska, In ihe first pan of July. According lo thp story tol'l by Mr. ynd -Mrs. Wilkinson .the former ap- pears lo have received very harsh and high-handed treatment from Ihe Amer- ican official and ihe police at Pincher Creek. Mr- WUkinEon says thai lie was ar- rested merely on suspicion without. aiiy warrant. The police called nt his house while he busy p with overalls on, on ri.ilur'day S o'clock. He taken lo Ihp sfaiion "thurc one of his feet ivaa fastened by a chain to a rail In thb floor ami later he was put Into cell and then taken io Leihbridge where he was lodged in the cells and kept lllere Ull Tuesday, when Iho ex- press official from Seatlle failed to idonlity him. Hc stales lhat tie re ceived this treatment in Fplle ot his protestations tilal ho was not the man money owing for thr. rancll hc Mrs. Wilkinson stated thai she was simply al ihe action of ihe police. When she weni to the station and atkert In ScoU Cun Compclition George's Had Wcali Team Field 1P14. is t. raised ny Colo c llal !n Ihc fall tor a rR-unlon Medicine Hat on AiigUPl The coining; lee behind lh. ihe "'ilmcnl are anxious lu have as niativ oil .M boys o, the regimen, as poss-1 Arrested she nol known ivhy. She furilier said dial the police refused lo liave her hus- band Identified. The riarly travelling ivitli hifi wile nnd with' out family, slic and licr hus- wanted; "One look Enid Mr. Wilkinson, band had their five children with them. Ofi tlicir journey frow I'rince Jluperl, 10 which they took Ihc they stayed over at Kdmnnton foi; the fair and went on to Calgary on their way (o Piridter Creek. Thny were (raced to 1'inthcr Creek by the American Kipress Co. by means of their baggage. Ho far .as (he description of Ihc man wanted re- lated to her husband, he was feet one, H'hile the olher nas Jive feel eight. Sh" has thken Uic treatment io attend. Th-J ?rrt C. M. I to France as a utilt In ihe fall of In Janua half of Ihc and Ihc otbur half to llic C. M. FI.V iiary Jp'lG, they were sjilU up.] Ihcra gohiR lo tho 1st C. M. (ho police dint I was not the man "wanted, as lie was a clerk, ami my hands show all (he callosities of one who has hecn UFcd lo ranching and (he'tt'ork I had just been doing HI vcrj- murfi to heart. Her husband "would bavt i was -uAt even allowed lo go home lo ge) -A few together, but flflDr being placed in the cell, taken on to the Iraiii and conveyed to l.eth- brirjge ubiilicr with her young child she followed him.. Tho fbllowiiiR lelter, explanatory oil he absence of Mr. Cariylc, the i anpoinlcd by the. provincial deparl- nenL o! Agriculture'-to "make, an in-1 quiry fnto the, cofet "of living at the iicct iii g convened al Iho city'linll on Tuesday, has been received at tbe clly otTlccs. According lo Inc. lellqr( a report has already been made -by Mt..-; Carlyle who was in Ihe cily about a ToTtniglit ago KdnfbnLon, -July 25. Mayor Hnrdicj; l: Carlyle'V who was lnyeffard-'to investJ- Dear Sir, Sir.' rfo'.rn to vislfyoux Eating' the cost ol hiilk.haa' mndc his report ami 1 notice' 'that you irisH ID, have another- meeting' on .July- 29lh investigate the.' price of. 'ice cream and butler. .f Regarding the .price; of milk' I find that the, milk producers association lias asked a price ol f 4.10- per hundred and that ihe Crystal .lia'p" is pay- Ing this price. 'THis Stouid Lrine the price of milk 16 aliqul-bctwqen len and eleven tenis per quart and "milk re- Liilinfj to the con'sdnler. at 'Eixleen cents per only'gjves Ihc ilealcrg lofiUv e'en' '.five and -.six cents per qyaft'Tor hahallng Llie ".milk. Tlie ]iricc nf liuUer'Ja, largely regu- lated by- Ihc demand! for fih'opjnnc Ihc same of, local dealers have' jirovlnco >mlc5a Thn North LelhbritlBi oC a lively lookiuE win_ over SI. CeorEu's at Atlam's I'afii lasl nighi in llie Scott Cup series. Tlie Nprlh- siders secured an c.irly o[ goal in the firstyflUcen rainutos Of the and aUhougli 'this looked like being reduced when ihe stcnn broke, t-he Sainis hail not bean ablo to fintl tho net. Xorlh Leihbniljre hail oul LUeir Blrongest eleven, determined lo lake il out of the Saints for Ihclr previous defeats, liul Ihe Englishmen were haclJy dJsorgjntzc'J, only fielding len men, anil were- a poor learn compared with their nsiial line up. ,'fhulr goalie was quite new lo lliis PBTI oC Ihc fianip, and Ihc two early shots that j scored would have been easily handled by custodian. The Blues starleu id allack wilh a strong H'iml ;n backs., and George's were quickly pul 'to iV. Gnrr put in a ilanoy shvi-- wilhtn ci tew irimuLes qf Ihc ojieniTig, Hiucli-a In goal, liamlline lot Ihe hall1 pass over his head into the net. Cliis lead nnd the gain qf such goal, Ihc blues relumed again lo the attack and put another soft one-lhroupli. Everyone Iried shots and wanted (o score, but they wci'fl oo eager, almost all going wide or over (lie bar. Gurr look (hc ball right .ulo Ihe goal area nnd should have scored again, hut' sliol straight at Hincks.-.whcn he liart twelve yards lo scoro in.' Wesllcy fell heavily ami was Icmiiorarily disivblcdj and in u 'cw nijnutc.s .in jumping to Ibc ball came rlnwn hard OB his' slioulrter antl had. lo ba removed-from Ihe lielil. From this 'on, the Saints had more of Ihc game, hut their de- ftinco was The -blues heal Wal- On ncconnL of fhVjcrlrina cpnditt6n Police. LL is nol possible for, Ihft provincial owlne lo Iho drought 6ur .Ktaff- is very gurcrnmcnL lo triplicate ifto polite busy anil it ivjH bo force, of a cily and H Is Ihe custom (IirouRhout the Dominion .of Canado that each city undertake to maintain'an efficient police-force sul- fidcnl Lo entprce Ihe laws of tho coun- Iry >vilhfn (he city bodnriaries i In rny, opinion ..there Is no good reason why Ihe city" of Lcthbrldge should not V for }Ir. Carlyle i.cthbrldge on ihe unless of .coilrse H is -ab- solutely necessary Dial ha. do, so, but, fii this case we dq.ript ttiirik.'il is. Mr. Carlyle will mail you; some .literature in regard to crOf courie of n few rtftVa. f .milli in llic Oranges, r -ijc nnd PHONE 60c down, (or ;25c rmicy rtcular SOe. Special per, poilnd .A5c; rcRdlar -lOc, 1 Nen- pur pounrl Ot All ofher KnilU at lorfeal Mar- ket Price. Pure naspbsrrjj .ram, In 2 pounil carh AlcCormack'fl FanSily Sotfas, In k G pound card hoard -i i A box, each........... .CrfcameflefV Peanut IHitlcr, In 2 iiound fins, Lennox l Special, I llcc Byrupi und cp UDCf VP Syrup; per. un DOC OUR VALUE FIBST ALL-THE v; FREE DELIVERY SUPINA THIRTEENTH STREET lis, came nut of Goal, but li and led the when Ttunant on Ihc free kick shot over the bar. Tho ihcii sur- rnupded. Iho goal and prohaftly iho bah -was kicked by six men wilhin feu- leel of Ihw goal line, lull were unable lo add to their1 score. Sorai A tors say the ball re. Sora ever (h lino, imlj Jimmy Gurr-rcfuscd to give ed a hard ine slylc, Ini el: at A coal. [Hincks save from N'.1 fine lichlnd. Two corners were 'sccwert by. the bines biU half time-.arrived wilh no Increase In the scorp, owing perilap5 to tiie Rrcal dotcnce and NesMlt. Oil rcEuminp, the. Saints made 'n much belter .had quite a. biL of the game, Tamlior hi tbe bluo go'al. having qnilc a bit to do, but was Belting dark and Ihc slorm an- Clayton Ihe Salnls' loft wing pul in sonic good'ivorh and .tho Inside men wrre getting into .Hie Kamc, Ilnd tho RamO'continued, it ti quite' possible the Sam Is would'have fvrnfd up. bill Ibo rain began to thr crrttt'd" gradually'riEsRpiiearetl, anil It n'fls difflmlt (o follow tho play.tin llur ilcluge Ihft grossed tn'.1 bhips ha HI, uii! rfiocco decid- ed lq llic. game wHb Rbout twenty mlinilrs'to Jt was hard on hliies lo be cbe.ilcd oul of lend, but H -'.vas quite imposslhlc lo. finish tbn gaiiic In such a filorm. 'fhf'ltama lined up ns follows: Novlh Tutnbor; and U'aUojt; Whjfe, lliilton. Kctiniii'ii, A, Ourr, mirt ,V. Curn 'Si. GGOrfieVllliicks. Wallis, bltt; Junes. JlolbPrtoij, Kirth; Wosl Icy, And Clayton, nCADY NEXT WEEK .Thn Park which worn destroyed by llift'Pro J took plate Hrerc nbi loup y-c ho ing rcconslrilcted. They tife lo IJQ tuillt In fen scc'd'ong of ten (cdl e. wllh a dressing fporri at the end. Th( wnrft Is expected lo to finished n .Wftck The LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN .8 to 14 -SEASON-TICKETS are on sale al all dms slnrcs'and by the coramiU Ice until noon ofl the opcuing day. Ilicy advi-nce, .'50 CRiit.-i in" price. "They the owner's Inimcdiale'faraily. CHILDREN'S TICKETS al adniil children and. admits them to all -.regular ChHUtEun.ua proEratns as ivcll.ns Chaulauqua. SINGLE ADMISSIONS lo the various sessions aftiount to aLout Ihrcc limes the'cost of a season ticket. Even'though''you attend but a riumbers, It is economy lo buy "a'season ticket. Children's single admission approximaLely half price; SEASON TICKETS Adults After-noon on-opening day. 3-00 Students 1.50 1.00 DAILY SCHEDULE Girls! Make bleaching- loliorT if shin is sunburned, lanncd or freckled 1 .Squeeze (he juire of [wo Jcinons in- to n bottle contnlning three ounces cf While, shake niitl you h'ave o Quaricr pinl -of Ihe best freckle, sunburn and lotion, and completion beaulificr, aL .very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons ,and any drug store or loJlel comHer ivill supply three ounces of Orchard While lor a few ccnte. this siveel- ly fragrant lotion into the face, necK nrniE -ami hands each day'and see how freckles, sunburn, -windburn and (an disappear and roft and .white Ihc- skin .becomes. YCB! It is i Children's Hour Afternoon Evening "V: Why pay for a Vibrator when you can oblain llic and im- jroved ELECTRIC for the remarkably low price of O Superior lo all aiid will last a lifetime. llecoinnientlefl by doctors ani beamy spedalists. There's health and beauty in massngirB wllh tile Star Elec- tric U smoothes- out iho creases in Ihc face. like un electric iron docs to Ihe clollics. Star Electric COMPANY 400 5lh STREET'SOUTH PHONE 1332 LETHBRIDGE f .f MARY MoKINNON ANTHONY GUAR1NO, Ngl.d Cinidian Appearing Second Day___.With. Anlhony Guarinoi ol The CO, TWO CONCERTS-SECOND .'DAY -Two arllslB who rank high in their Tcapecltvp, flftlds oC must cat fiiirtfftvor cnnslJlulc the Company. Mary McKfnnon, pianist, tind Anthony Gua'rino. tenor. Their two'recitals .on Ihft second day -Will 1jc of real delight lo ah imislc loycrSy Anthony Guarlno, ot notion, one'ol ILe big (PTinr, voices (he ynnnger gcncrntlon of singers. He iras formerly n .incnlber o( Ihc JJoston Opnrfttlc Company-and has earrfecl an .jonvleble raniifaUor, .Iq Ifio NCJV- England concert .world, 171s rojcft range and power and his tones arc'pure nnri rich In tiilp-llly. AnKaalcrn. crillc .rcccnlfy Enid of Ounrlno, "I have not licnnl eucli ringing volcc.'ln a month of blue moons. 11 la truly a '.voice ti golden, glory." .Mary TilcKinnoh is a Vfho Is wclMtnoyrn In Iho Dominion '.fcr r.irc glllS as a She.IB a inlclllEcnce and BlncerKy w'no haa earned her way. lo this position of prominence in tho Canfltllflii musical .world, lier playing is characterized by Icchnlcal llnlBh and rare interpretative ability. The Highway Beckons Information for Auto Travellers Spine Places lo Slay aiicj.tp Get Supplies for Your Auto. Gel ouL iu iho orm" IbciO slimmer days when Uic cool, (rcsli air, I good roads inyltc-'you. The Hotel Ferric Wyntt, Mnnagcr The Commercial Ma.n's -Honia Hales ja.OtLand Liu per Uay. v-Kernle, Drilish Ilooihs, With Dalh .in Seven flrsl-Clflss Sample Ropms. Hot and Cold lYalcr.and Toicpbono In Every-, -11- King Edward Hotel Plnclicr 11 us Meets All Trains.: Steam Heated Throughput.. Succlal Attention' Olveri lo Com- mercial [iml tranaienl .Trade. j D, B. Siple, King tdward Hotel Auio Bus nnd Gagga'ge .Line Auto Llvtry In Family .Cars lo Water'tort: Lake; Chac. M. Colllni, Prop.'- CREEK I SERVICE GARAGE, Service and Repair Siallo'n lot Mcl.aufhlla Cars. Good Slock Ininn and Goodyear flrVs.'. Vulcan- izing anil Work. Bslleries Recharged.', WARNER, ALBERTA HOTEL WARNER WhDti at Warner make -'your hfimc al Iho Jiotfti Warner, If placO Sulla you, come'flBain, MEDICINE HAT iho Hcil Trail trom Loth- Blue Trail from Cal- eary, thq Ulacl; Trail from Mbn- all lesil lo the hotel in the HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service Station for Dodge, .Over- land and Traffic Triicki. ceERoricFi'Cas; Oils and Greaees, tlVirics Hcpnired and llccliarged. ofnifL Service, Day, Night and FORD GARAGE General Car and Tire Ser A. P. Vcale, Prop. i. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mohllo Oils, Pclarlne, (Jasoline. Dominion anil Other Tlrfcft.; Trompt Servico at All Times. MILK RIVER HABOWARE CO.' F. J, Cojles, Proprietor MfLES ALTAMONTfiARAGE nalterl'' Ig- nlflon and I to Tourlsls at -Majri of MonlJina. Oejierol Sl6p Jn' .M and "scd us, (lei erio'iJBfi' ift'prlli'' to spcert jrbu on- yonr'f'wajr.'-'-f. Rotc'tt ind Biker, COUTTS, ;