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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBMDGE. ALBRKTA. Steve Packard of Texas, Arrested Here, Confesses To Big Jewelry in Hat; Is Being Taken Tliere WHERE IS THIS MAX? Immrt Capture; Believe Packard oonrici had ia of bl CaJftiy ot Willla iMfe a mart nun of UM riakwrf, WWImni, who, on Ma oMrtutfon to tho It In the rsobory of Cmk't jmnlUry don tt Hit wfctoh took oti the rtfM tko Mfc. Tho the of 'Hat to him' to trial. On Packard wao fcimd a vntoh with mm- dMorlfrttin of of owe of tho wotahoo utolon. Thoro lo a itrong ouopielon hold thtt tho priioner woo a oorty to tho rgb- of the Chauneey jtwtllory in Calgary, though ho rt- fuui to tay anything about It jtond admitting ttijt he In Calgary boforo going on to Modl- eino Hat. It haa boon aaurtalnod by tho that a number of watohot have boon dltpotod In the city. Packard comes from Toxai. Tho local detectives (potted their man from a dnerlptlon they had received. They are now on a (till hunt for an accomplice. Jurymen baThu: an idea that it win a wrcuful tbJtu a policy I man to eiter a bouM search of liquor, went oo ID the where they not confict eren when the can to the point of bribery and Ntw af Crime are jetting an entirely new elau ot crime under prohibition, (laid Dr. CoMbeare, "which, u matter fact, does notp rohibit. but merelr is bringing Into eilitenee a of men who an setttav tbe and encouraflaf contempt for all first nwt itep in abolishing the ban, and from that we norer "We do not be'llere tnat gor- eramMt should licentti people to sell ton, CamroMi F.-Scott, C. Perkins, Medicine Hat; K Dlmwn. U. O. Day- Ion. Urimiheller; to the repOT' Charter 4.p.r: Vulcan grow." I New Means of Raising Revenue j status. Copied From 'Hat i .a. is applying for a town Tlir convention of tho Alberta As- .socialism of BaalHiT and Heating! Engineer'' whltH in session in Angustin's bnU will bo brought to a close this emlnc- Thus far the con- Tentlon has a pronounced suc- cess. Characterised by a .spirit of on- Uniitm and faith in the ability of, business tu oomo buck to a normal I (basis, meetings have been profit- able to tho tradesmen in attendance. Hopefnl ..of .Alyyor has returned from Edmonton after mooting the govern- ment, with tho ropnjBeiitttUves of _ other cities, iu resard to vliarter l..-iii. I amenclincats. He says that ovcry- Through Storm without thiug at was prctly Sati8fac- Are Smiling "Cattle arc doing lino. They are The snow ALEX AMELL "Mrs. Louis Amell of St. Andrews, West Ontario, would appreciate any newB of tbe whereabouts of Alex Amell who left St. Andrews, West building trades' follovins tie cutting i Of prices in building materials the j delegates arc facing turf future with I undiminishcd confidence. TUe ucf- dresses have been moaty, provoking much valuable discussion ou tho part "in W-lin magnificent suapoi stonn is not hurtins them in tho least." the welcome news given liquor at a profit and thus encourage Olltario OJ1 28th, consumption. You cannot change tno heard ot- iu Kamloops, B.C., in Febru- legWallon.; 1914 luge minds of the people by all of a sudden, but the chuge be made slowly and gradually." Premier'! Premier Stewart sttd that the gov- ernment was always willlM to listen to any delegation, and fin considera- tion "to their requests; that the Liquor of the general bedy of delegates. Morning Session Tho first session today opened at "How about the "In good shape, also. They have wintered satel-' and have maintained their flesh. Wo expect lambing to I lory. It is considered that the gov- erument will appoint a commission, to go into tho matter ot a uniform lolly Act, and that amendments will be allowed in the charters to meet far as possible th'e desires of the cities in regard to taxation powers, and control of school expenditures. This will be a. process, however, winch will take some time, probably two j years. The city, said the mayor, has every hope that it will have the power to impose a rental tar inserted fn the charter, to he used If considered nec- essary as a of revenue. No application has been made by Lath- bridge to have the power of imnoalni: an income tax, and even if it had done, the mayor thinks the iov- ernment would have refused to grant it. BOARD OF TRADE LUNCHEON A rood attendance of members -wts present at the weekly Board ot Trade luncheon at the Commercial CaJe yes- Jerdiy. There was no regular ad- dresses made. jno Jlrst seHSWU upent'd ;IL LUCH 9 o'clock. President J. I'ricstly being: begin at our Brooks bauds about I in the c'niir. The meeting was more...... or less of a business one. Reports of April." This appears to be a summary select committees were received and the stock conditions in COAST AN EXAMPLE OF "PULL-TOGETHER" I L. Pack, ex-mayor of Raymond, t i select committees were received ana me BUJUH tunuiuuno iu tbe south, accepted. country. Other cattle and aheep men This afternoon au important see- bear out tho good news of tha Knight- sion will be beM at which several ex- Watson people. A Magrath sheep cellent addresses will he delivered, j man said the other day that hia sheep E J Youug, of Calgarv. will .treat left green outs for prairie graimgr the subject, rushes and Op-1 air. Watson, of the Knight-Watson erating Cost Methods of Con- company, is at present m Nebraska. and Park- The company sti.ll have a few cuttle la in the city today onrouto home question in abeyance to la in the city tod the present time -owing to his recent j from the coast. He Moderationists Against Bar And Private Profit ExlMdtd Account of Dr. Cony- heart's Remarks Present- ing Petition Members of, tbe Moderation League delegation from Lethhridge. bare ro- tujteu to tbe city troni Edmenim, where tbe; wilted on the loverumer.t io preaent the Uacuo'ii petition. In tho petitions, i4wvis, k would made nearly a wheel-lfpee fluntnwkttxpnttiice at Hstttl jegj-ers now. Tbev to bfc I taftha cablnjt premier., up a mtie. Conditions are in Ur the first speakefi topead-'one of tlie pnno that wherever the petitions been presented, there had bean no diffi- tulty in obtaining signatures; in fact, thousands of poopie 'nought to eiffn them Yoluntarily, and few or Hono had refused to sign. and.ssked the deputation if, Chat was what they wanted. Mr. Cor.ybearo replied that it was j not. That they were asking govern-1 ment control of thoontire business. "I tbjnk It would be well for to forward a dfatt of art t'aat you httak we ihooid remarked Mr. Stewart. "Hare yonr pMltions been signed ______ underthe Idea ttey called for tho j "fittlo" trotEe Vith tho boot TO BE TARING HOLIDAY iV. Miller, P. II. Upper, Jus. 1 A. Green, Saskatoon; M. V. An- derson. J. II. Miller, II. Llpper, Jus. Marr, il. C. PhAps, R. .7. Priestly, .1. The attornoy-Bonoral's departmont is li-dtogera. U. W. Snyiler, G. W. llend- ROV leaving tho eutorcomcnt of iUe eflbn, E. J. 3. Trotter, J. .Iciuor Act iix the hands oE the city T. KatcliBe, J. H, Hay, Calgary; C. minorities lo a large extent, was tlio I K. Frost. P. Sertley. G. Head, R. Me- swtement made this luorning by- In: sneetor Hoaketh of Calgary- Tbe in- spector, is on an ofluial visit to the city, said his department .was hav- H. FtrrJa. W. H. Carver, H. Dean, T. Temple- man, H. N'aah. W. Curse, Edmonton; Halrmore; T. Hobert- family, Raymond, aro among those registered at local hotels. The petitions had been worded so petitions, have already been in the newspapers. Ho emnbaitted the whlck naked the legislature "to amend the said Liquor Act to permit of the sale o! Hlfht beer, together with tho Gale an. der strict government control, ot liq.- ..n_ ,.BA that they would not carry tho slight- uor for family use, w.itb.ont the inter- est suggestion of trying to ulctate to ventlon of prescriptions from .medical tho government as to the details of. men, to be dispensed by druggists." any legislation for absolute govern-1 Mr. Stewart wanted to know if that ment control of tbe liquor traffic, bnt didn't mean the Unrestricted sale pi merely to present general outlines. The league approved of the Brttlih Columbia act, whoro all liquor was ta be absolutely under government control issued under, a permit system. The Moderationists agreed as heartily aa tho most ardent light wino and in the province. replied Mr. Conyboare, "ths idea is to leavo the hands of tho gov- ernment as free as possible m dealing with the good .spector through the Pass, prohibitionist in the desire to see a tsmpcrate province, looking eventu-1 ally to .abolition of alcohol, but they itlo.not believe that the present nrea adopted aro the sanest and most I logical way or achieving this goal. Oppote> Prohibition Dr. Conybeare said that prohibi- ,tlon, apart abolishing tbo bar, had been a complete failuru Tho oft- 3-epeated statements a few years ago that the penitentiaries had been .emntied and crime reduced as a ret smlt of prohibition wore "falsehoods and not true." "We want said the r.ueaker, "that can be enforced. We recognize the fact that government by majorities is necessary, but it yon have lo co.erco or kill off a big mi- nority, it ia not a good thing for tho country. We urge making haste olowly In bringing about the reform of abolishing liquor and avoiding new evils that are being brought upon Its." In Olden Days Mr. Conybearo said be bad lived Ju the province when it had prohibi-! tion ia the early days he had I tcfen, under thai system, a class of onen evolved who, beginning in a I Ismail way to evade that law, had .gradually grown to have disrespect lor all laws. He had, experienced many casea "where "wit-; nesses had themselves like Saen" Thorever a whiskey case was j involved, and1 they speedily went on j to try this in other directions. Even j t lie jury system had been under-1 mined. He could cite numerous casea where with the clearest evidoncn tu 4- -5- 4> -s MOSES JOHNSON IS TRANSFERRED Moses Johnson, district in- spector of roinos, Lethbridge, is being transferred to Calgary, taking over tho Drumheller district. Nathaniel Howells will 'sncceed Mr. Johnson district inspector of mines, Lethbridgo. She has tricky eyes taw iw LB; tricky cni dm the r, 8 Catch this woman! outside tho law. farris GENERAL MEETING OF THE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, G.W.V, A. WILL BE HELD IN THE CLUB ROOMS ON SUNDAV NEXT, MARCH AT 1.00 P.M. Once Bank Clerk, Now Doctors Sick Nations Health .was a neces- sity in the career of Thomas W.. Lament, who won a partnership in J. P. Morgan ana Company because he had developed ability at putting a sick business back on its feet. Now, according .to an article in the Commercial stops, up higher and "ylck na- tions are counted among patients, Mexico being his lat- est." Getting aud keeping health depends upon the condition of the backbone. Vheu every joint. is in alignment and tho, nervo openings free, health and nervous vigor are up to. normal. Chiropractic spinal raentE remove the causo of dis- eases lit the head, eyes, ears, nose, throat, lungs, heart, stom- ach, liver, kidneys and lower or- saas tho body. Why ACT TODAY delay? Consultation without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 206 Sherlock tfiock. Phonee and tit WESLEY CHURCH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Monday, Mar. 14 First appearance on Ws Canada tour of the distinguished Enalish baritone, IN HtS COSTUME Evening of Songs WITH DENNIS RAYMOND AT THE PIANO. Tickets.....50c Under Auspices of Wesley Church. Milk is Nature's Food It -gives yon Jiealth strength, and u-heu "ycif arc healthy you can work easier and- better, and when j'on ore feeding fine and working bard you are almost bound to succeed. Let us leave you a bottle of health and success morn- ing on your doorstop. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES 25c .20c 15c lieu Davis; boi- White Beans; 3 Ibs. for Prunes; largo size; per Ib. White Spring Salmon; 2 tins for_.......... Gosae-Millrod's "Dream Pro- package including recipo book. Contains 1 tin Kippered Her- ring, 1 tin Herrings in To- mato Sauce, 1 tin Pink Salmon, 1 tin Fresh Herrings, and 1 tin Kippered Salmon; pkg. Malkin's Best Marma- lade; pailv...... Sweet Potatoes- Grape Fruit; Hie, 15c, 17k Household Sodas; lares QC ......vvC FREE Brooms; 80c, Scrub each Nsii 3 for Crosse Dlackwell's Vinegar George Washington Coffee; Ib......... Kerr's Pure Alfalfa Honey; per jar Potted per tin Welsh per tin Bilvo-Sllver Polish..... Cooking 3 Ib. size......... Aladdin Soap Dye- en ia it cleans New per Ib........'.... Wilkinson's English, i orlce Candy; Ib. DELIVERY. I I 35c 45c 60c lOc 25c Bd 30c 35c 9c GfiO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS: PHONES 1453 AND PKONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadia Building J12 Avcnua South Income Tax, 1920 Reprftentatlve of New York Life Insurance Co. OfTice 1549; Bet. MAGNETOS Any type, "iy niakc, repaired or yapiilied. The North Lethbridge Garage K. .7. O'Sullivan. 313 13th Bt. X. Phono B13. SHOE REPAIRS For best work at lovett prices try HUTTON PERKINS 41U Fifth St. ft. The Loaf Yooll Love QUAKERBREAD Hero's a delicious bread. Tlio rich, brown, mist; tho zcstful body of tho bread; tho likeable tssto and flavor makes thla a bread1 that once used, becomes a Lieady occupant of your table. Try it unco, you'll buy it always. John Gi'more Ltd. Bakart of Quaker Bnad. PHONE BETTER BREAD OUR 'BREAD is now better than YOU get that nice even grain and the crisp, nutty flavor that you like "so" 'well. OUR BUNS too are simply perfect and all made in our up-to-date bakery by the new bake- in-sight oven. Golden Krust Bread; loaf? Gri-aham Bread; per loaf Rye Bread; per loaf Raisin Bread; per loaf Nut Bread; per loaf lOc lOc ioc 60c Plain Bread Buns; 10 buns in pan J "1 K .....2Sc per pan Two pans for. 30c 30c Parkerhouse Rolls; doz.. per dozen Cup Cakes, Cocoanut Kisses, Parkins, Layer Cakes, French Pastry, Coffee Cookies, Pork Pies, Cream Puffs, Doughnuts, Bismai-fe, etc. Lethbridge National System of Baking Ltd. Phone 1047. 407 5th St South. Wm. B. Ferguson (Late of Standard Bank of Canada) Begs to Announce ths Opening of an In The Conybeare Blk., Lethbridge for the purpose of advising, preparing of returns and jerutlnlzlna astessments under the Income War Tax Act, 1917, and the Builness Profit Wsr'Tax Act, 1916. Cost Systems. Audits. Company Organizations. all kinds of Insurance and Bonds. ;