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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXiiECT IT THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF IIYEV LOCAL NEWS TUKSDAY, JUNE 1, 1920 LETHPRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Woolf, Pratt and-Triplett Arc N Gives -Evidence in Case. The .Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mlchaelle.) criminal sessions ot tho supremo court opened on Tuesday morning with Mr! Justice' Simmons presiding. The caao of the Sweet Grass Danker, Mr. Guerln, charged, as alleged, by J. Swartz with the theft of was From earliest da'nn at mornine snn until the day snail cease there's mighty llttla can be doae without sow? grease. Some Idle fellows live lu hopes of what their luck will bring; but those who really know the ropes say there Is no such thing. 'No royal pathway has been found to any. goal at all, and 1' you want to cover ground youVl 'better hit tha bail. If wealth Is what you think you need to bring your cares surcease, fire up, put-on some eitra speed with lota of elbow grease. It love is w.hat you seels, or fame, I'd have It understood no mat ter is hat may be your.alui, this elbow la good. Few folks who play tiio waiting .part'and' bope for for- tune's smllo will over get to where they start; they're not worth fortune's 'while. It you would be a movlo star or own a ninety- horsepower' car; get elbow .Congress Proper .Will Held in Calgary and at the Capital. legcd, of cattle Etcaliiig, was adjourn- _ Tho case .of what is known as the Cardston hold-up was tho first case in! if-yqu dare tu.closp your eyes, they'll the docketilc come before iho judge hmib 'em-while you snooze. Because The special train bearing nearly two hundred members of tho Canadian Slanutacturert'iAssoclatlc.n who are to be delegates ai'tho Industrial Congress arrived at Winnipeg on Monday morn- ing and was met there by a represent- ative ot the Alberta' Industrial De- velopment Aisoclation. Other dele- gates lo tho congress will gather al Medicine Hal 'where the provincial tour commences on June 2nd. The manufacturers I were entertained in Winnipeg before leaving for Itie west. They will arrlje iu Medicine Hat on Wednesday miming, spending the day between that tity aad Lelhbrldge. Prom LetbbrWte they will follow Ihe Industrial congress tour to Calgary. The opening sessions of the congress I and the offlcli] welcome to the prpv- down and poie-o'er how tho race by the premier -will take place ick'was done. For fnrty.soven oilier, In Calgary on (Thursday morning atj grease; Think not it is-an humble thing, unworthy -of your notef e1" bow grease whereof; I 'Sing, can get ORANGEMEN TO CELEBRATE JULY 12TH AT HIGH RIVER HigU River is planning a f, cckfTratlon on 12th to which the members ot ttie Loy- i..'.'ii ]n order iha( t.he visitors may bo looked after iijtha best possible man- ner and that Ihey may each receive In- dividual attention, tho'Congress cUV dais have deviped a scheme ot classi- fication. delegate will man who is an ot manufaclur will insure that each t-In local minority on tho branch ag !n rfhich he, the ot ten per cent when sold for use. visitor, Is inU rested. This informa- is being ors reach the turns will Ije the local elite before their ar Ics: The delegali ained before Iho visit- irovincft and the re- aced in the bauds of tainmcnt committees which embrace industry on wllch formation and Further Details of New Tax Re- Hospitals Are Hit. Information continues to arrive at the Inland Revenue office concerning the Retail merchants have to make out two returns every At a well attended meeting held in tho "Y" the Boys' Welfare Council finally com pleled arraugeinenls for boys' sports during tho summer moulhs. Frank Filmor 's to :n charge within the next-three days will pub-j lisli u schedule of games to be played. Teams have beon .entered from tho Prcsbylerian, Christian, Lai- ter Bay Saints. Wesley, United, St. Maiy's, St. Augustine's and Baptist churches, and .entries .are promised from St. Patrick's for today. Whilo tho teams- are drawn from (he Sunday schools, every boy Lethbrldge is invited to play, whether or not he-attends Sunday school. Get in touch wiih'Mr. Filmer, boys, it yon haven't been signed up. The Boy'a Welfare Council has been promised tbe support and active back- ing ot tho Ij. A. A.. A. In this work, and the senior leagues are expected to help witb coaching, and encourage- ment generally. This is a whole-hearted' effort to co-ordinate the work of all organiza- ..___ ___ tions In iue city who are interested in Thinnc'tudoTnlckcl' for soda boys, and to givo Lc-lhlirirlge boys a fountains. Sales tax also applies on program ot clean, live sport this suin- Retail merchants of Lcth- bridge ,will give a helping hand in giving a good impression ot if their store win- dows are blazing with light Wednesday evening while tha delegates to the Canadian Man- ufacturers Association conven- tion are in the city.. Follow- ing the banquet the manufac- turers will bo given a chance to look over the city and plehly of light in the etoro windows will help a great deal in mak- ing the down town sections at- tractive. val in'the various cit- month. These returns are to be made lout on the first and fifteenth. Tho a form! wholesalers are compelled lo make >'are hande all the chief lines out returns On the first of each month. :h they may Vish in- Hospitals'are hit-hard in one respect hey are asked to indl Plane Is Busy Thursday lo Fill calo their nnshjs- Tne- the following boads: Group 1: Cat sands, nat- ural- gas, salt, g rpsum. iron mic minerals other classifica 1 Group 2: Cl cement, buildii: Group 'L'u yards and facU rection and, driven by Triplett and 1-ethbridge's biidmen take up passengers; n4UI. Th'nrsday, ,on which day they Vill leave. ;for Taller. Plans. made were to tho .effect that lliej- -wffe to -go to ,Taber this hnt owing .to tic manufac- turers being in town tomorrow they decided to iiostpone their visit nbtll Thursday. Tliey put iu a busy moriking today: the Blood later to no'iiriearttie'd'by the A. P. P.--------- Witness the hold-np considerable portion of the time; Spv was going on, Pratt, who was a party oral well known people have signified to tho same, remained on horseback whilo he and.Woolf dismounted and caused the men In the rig-to get nut. Tho jury In the cas'o are Bett Kenny, T. 'Snowdeii, N. scheduled to hum over the city. for a their intention of taking a ride in the Group 4: G ain and Group.5: L packing plants, furs, hides, tai Group G: T duels. Group T._ 5! garment factoi waters, 'cigar. by the tax. A ruling just handed out '......the taxes. makes hospitals pay both Following is question ai cocoa and "on sweetened chocolate sold by tho wholesaler and man- ufacturer, c 'Bona fide repairs made for consum- ers or users are not taxable except in the case of repairs to fur garments. The latter, is subject to a luxury it charge for repair Is over Real Estate Exempt Sales of houses or real estate by auctioneers are not "subject lo sales tax. Dnw hides sold by farmers aro not subject to tho one per cent sales tax. Razors and shaving brushes are ner. Give it a boost by getting back if your ou'ii teams and seeing that hey aro equipped aiid coached. Watcli for the schedule of gamis which will bo published this week. on the sates ot-plat- cd ware to hospitals, hotels, etcam- cbmpunies, restaur- whom we ,id answer ,eiempi. Satins are liable to ten per morally, not in any ship and railway cbmpunt >n. J-ants, institutions, etc., to ys and clay products, stone, brick plants, ibor, pulp wood, les. id.candy factories.' _ stock, stock yards, 'fertilizers, soap works, lories. irics anil dairy pro- scellaueons iriduslries, os, int-and nialtress fac- air, and -O. D. MacKIntosh, superin- tendent of the Southern Alhorta di- vision of the C. P. P.., .will see what his districtvlopks The Alberta Picture Gallery PHQNE1724 THE JPicture Framing so is 'Mrs. McKcnzie. It Ig.un- lerslond.tlut several others-will find out what tho sensation of "being up n the ail-" is this afternoon. At present the' 'piano oE tho Loth- bridge Aircraft Company is enjoying popnhir demand! dot only in Loth- bridge but in the entire southern At- lierta district. Bookings aro coming In from many towns around Leth- bride'e, and at Taoer on Thursday the airmen expect to put in a busy They expect to be back In Lethbrldge on Friday and -next week they will fill a number of towns betweenifLethbrldge and Calgary. lories, foundrieji-anil machine shops, printing and., pbblislilng. Group Gqneral job- biiig, -wholeEalitg and retailing, all Group 0: General and financial In- vestments. I'.. Brandon :an.d District June nieni- bors ot the Canadian Manufacturers' party wore taken for an automobib drive when they I left, lha this mprningy' addition to .visiting points ot'inUrcst in' the they were driven several miles through the grain fielirfi and to tho hospital for tlie insano an the experimental farm On Ihe-Tetnrr a visit was paid to th exhibition park. The >vettUier_ was :old and a slight rain falling, sptendii sell at wholesale.prices, owing "to the wholesale'quantities tliey huy, sub- ject to.the onpiber'cc-iit tax the same as or does tho ten per cent apnly? 1! sn, do both ap- ply? and sales layable. ,.'_ Confectioners Collect Twice Retail confectioners who- manufac- ture th e. goods-Ihey sell, lir.nart or Tvh'ole. arc su'BJect To'tlie same oscise tax as a-ivholefale candy inanui'actnr- will Charge excise tax on invoices on which tho Rxciso-tax iias already Been paid by tlio' manu- facturer. I The following queilion and. answer relates to confectioners: there a tax on candies and confectionery In: .the hands of-whole salers and jobbers? On silver ij.latet cent tax but eateens are exempt from ho luxury lax. Lingerie, such as chcmisej camisoles, are con sidercd to bo underwear and are liable :o the tax as such. for (he crop? seeing. The a.m. for liegii 'Mrs. M. Beaufe, died at Sarnia, aged 101 years and 11 months. KIKWS ICE CREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nothing hilt the best ices, crushed fruits and syrups used.- Kirkby's refreshments are dif- ferent and o'ur service costs no" more than the ordinary service. 606 Third Avenue South AMERICAN RESIGNS RHINELAND COMMISSION COBI-ENZ, Juue resignation of PicrroponL B. Koyes, American delegate on the Hhineland commis- sion, and the withdrawal ot Americans from that body was' in iiursuauco pi a slate department .in Washington which seeks a. reduction of American representation, in Europe, according to a statement made by Mr. N'oyps today. Hon. 'Duncan.' 'Marshall, minister, lot agriculture, left Sunday night on 11 ITVO months' trip to Scotland. Ho will sail on the "Tunisian" from Montreal and will-visit In Hie'old country until the and nickel plated spoons and plated latter part of July. Tho trip is a pure- dishcs for use in ice cream parlors? !ly''personal ans and is being taken .'Nickel1 interiois for soda fountains? j partly for reasons of health. Please advise also it there is a sales tax on cocoa and cooking chocolate? of .ten per cent payable on confectionery and candy at the time of sale by manufacturer or on tation only. Sales tax of one per ccnf-1 is also payable. Plated ware such as spoons-, etc., arc subject to luxury tax. hut chilly for sight pecial train left at )0 X. B, IN THE A Fine Selection of Art Pictures. 300 Samples of up to date MOULDINGS Leave your order for ENLARGEMENTS AND CONVEX GLASS AND FRAMES A good Hue of Theatrical and Masquerade Costumes DOLL HOSPITAL Hull Block, Lethbridgfe 507 9th Ave. N.E. 11 Bylaw for Some Will Be Staffordville and Squlh Sidp. AWAY !or North Dal jnown In Let! Fargoi paper. mown in the rears he was UM PASSES M' LOS ANGELES. n, former stntc auditor ota, and who was well bridge and district, died recently, acco ding to an item in the Mp. Tlannum became city during the two manager of the Crom- ble farm at Wilson Siding. Tho Fargo report N. B. Hannum, siatc auditor of. North Dakotn )n 1897 and 1398, died at Los Angeles, .yesterday, cording to a telegrapi received today by B. J. Tenneson, of Fargo. Mr. Hannum was a pioneer hnsl- ness man of in the hardware an-1 implement huslness'' in 1882, and retiring 10 years ago. He was horn at LaPorte, jnd.. in 1S51. The body. Till bo brbiight to Fargo for burial, awl tho service will bo In charge ot llio Mizpafi lodge, No. 39, of Sheldon. 3e was a innmber ol tho HUTTON PERKINS Shoemakers We are now open for business in hew premises and as we- are Increasing our staff, will be able to execute all orders promptly. If your shoes are worth fixing, have them done, by the only prac- tical Etioe makers .In tho business in.tlio cily. It costs no more. We call for and deliver orders to nil parts of the'city. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 J Doors South Colonial. Theatre it's What We Serve and How We Serve You That makes it pleasant and at- Iracllvo lo dino here. Variety, quality, courlesy, all in tho way you'll enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth St, J. L, MILLER, Prop. N. H, MURRAY, Mgr. WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIALS TO UOO P.M. Head, 2 tor .........35c ,30c Cood Table per sack 57-25 Berry's New Season's rum Mapla Syrup- 65c, 95c, Pry's Concentrated Cocon, per tin N'pw Jiiiple Sugar ,18c, 35c, 65c' Dairy nutter, 2 Ihs. Catsup, CJlarke'B bottle.................. per 28o Clams, per Oranges, and juicy, per. doz............. 60c.: and .75c. Shortbread, per cako t...'..1 15c Sanitlush, per.tin.........; 30c Loganberries, per tin .......44c Marmalade; Crosse 1 Ib. glass...............40c GEO. KERR CCX FAMILY GFIOCER3 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We are doing our best to keep prices II of high class clothes down." You will nuickly .realize looking over our stock. Colonial Tailors Scottish Kite According lo the decision of th Meeting of the city .council, held on Monday morning and adjourned lo the afternoon, a bylaw will ho prepared for the erection of storm sowers on 6th St. between 7th Ave. artd 9th Avca. South, al a coat of J4.600. and ono on n portion of 7th St., Slafiordvlllc, at a coal of The mayor -was appointed the city's delegate to tho Western Irrigation Congress to bo held In tho city. Owing to tho abandonment of tho Winnipeg-Rockies tour, Ihe cily will seek to get buck lent the Loth- brldgo committee appointed In rela- tion to the tour to defray tho cost of the picture films to have been taken on the tour In the Lcthnrldge vicinity. of Fargo, W. A. Carron, Windsor, told tho police 'maglslratc- tliat his wjfo, brother and sister helped him drink 192 bodies of whiskey in twelve days; Carron UM beun arrested for Illegally disposing of The Lethbridge Aircraft 'Co., Ltd. Are. NOTTI Prepared lo Receive AERIAL ADVERTISING AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRACTS Stunt Exhlbit'pn Flying: at Pa j 1'lcnlca ottd Piiblltt Gathering, Passenger nights dntly, nftjraoon arid from ouri aerodrome Fair Grounds. Book your flight by en- H. F1TZIMMON8, Phone 1E73 I MR. FARMEF, Don't bo tied np 11 your comlni; season's oporatlbtie tor light reialrf, etc., duo to bril roads or dlter cause. A phono icall will brlns us Im- mediately. BicltisivA Agents., tor Canadian made Aeroplanes ruin Paris. An The June Bride will be truly happy when she discovers among her numer- ous gifts a beautiful WILLIS PIAtfO Thete (nttruments are to be found In ali leading schools, colleges and hornet of particular people. AEOLIAN VOCAL10N and choice selection of VICTOR RECORDS also mafcs a suitable gift, SUITABLE TERMS OF. PAYMENT ARR'ANOED WIILISPIANOS HULL BLOCK LTD. FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK LETHBRIOGE Crystal IceGreeni The nourishing food, Every dish a delightful surprise, Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 ;