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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH ALBKKTA. South Alberta's Cattle Baron, Has a Big Job Thrust On Him; Goes To Utah lUneM of Father Retulti in Made Head of Knight Investment Co. Which Control Many Large Visit OW Friends Here Occasionally. FIRST FINE IMPOSED HERE FOR FAILURE TO PAY INCOME TAX A warning at to the importance of making Income fax returns and that they are in the cor- rect form as required by the de- partment of taxation was given to the provincial court on FtUday af- ternoon, xvhen R. W. Pi II Ing, of the Pillltvg Land Co., fined by Magistrate Burrcll the sum of with costs for falling to make am income tax return for 1917. Tht defendant said that he had in some sort of return, but this was held to be useless for the of the department. Address Board Of Trade Next Thurs. Will Speak on Livestock Feed, With Emphasis on Silage .1 Prize List for July Exhibition Being Drafted Feeding and Judging Contests for Boys and Girls Prof. G. H. Huttsn, of Calgary, director of the agricultural and inimal husbandry branch of the C.P.R. department or natural re- be the speaker at the weekly luncheon or the Board of Trade next Thursday, Prof. Hutton will on the Cana- dian livestock industry and feed- ing Perhaps the best authority on tilage in Western Canada having made an exhaus- tive study of the question espe- cially with relation to the tun- flower. Prof. Hutton comes well equipped to speak on this subject. He should be greeted by a full attendance of members as the question of feeding is one of vital concern. Will Speak at Coaldale Following the Lethbridge meeting, Prof. Hutton, In company with D. P. Carlyle, manager of the Crystal Dairy, will proceed to Coaldale to address a meeting of fanners inter- nio DECISION AS TO SI7.ED GRAIN RELIEF ,iN THIS DISTRICT Foil wins :i report from Medicine Hat that the ment will' supply seed grain for fjirmui's who ore most in iioetl. inquiries were made this morning; at the office of A. fpovcnimunt, agent. Mr. Wier Hays that it ia 'possible that relief will bu uiveu iu places it is urgently needed hut as yet ho hay re- ceiveil no instructions whutso- ever from Edmuuton iu eon- neutiou with it. Robbing Peter to Pay Paal While declrtt of the cltlei In regard to 'larger grants for the schools will be granted, as a re- sult of the delegation which met the Alberta government, the mayor considers that there Is something in the way of a joker in it, in that to arrive at the larger grants the supplementary tax of one mill will, as he stands, waited to flvt thus putting on in axtn four mills on the mill rate. It la pf course expected that the achool rate, .is locally struck, will be dl- mlniihed by the amount of In this case It would appear that so far as lowering the schoal rail goes it will at "broad It long." At any rate this is what It looks like .at the present time. skilled fjirui hands during thi seed- ing season. On the whole the labor outlook in 1 West is satisfactory, said Mr. Uinsworth. Ttio Kovertimout admin- ialrntluii of tlio labor business is proving highly satisfactory through- out the three prairie provinces. This (all during the rush from the east to the harvest fields of the west, Al- hertii plans to have three or four agents in Winnipeg to meet the men and place them. Each of the other provinces will have a similar force. Tho conference met in the beautiful parliament buildings of Saskatche- wan, it was a signal success in every way. One result will be a more uniform workiliff system of handling labor through tho west. Thirty-live delegates were present of whom six were from Alberta. Insert Fake Advertisement in Saskatoon Paper Offering a Month "It will be no fault of the organii- Afc a meeting of tlieJair board held horse and industrial classes are the only ones that remain to be com- pleted. Tho prize lists will bo out shortly. The lists will show the Introduction of some new features that promise to gain instant and widespread popu- larity. One will be prizes for feed- ing and judging stock, and .dovetailing into this excellent step toward a- pro- gressive agriculture of Uie future there will bo talks by professors from the different government agricultural schools. This competition is' for boys and girls which enhances its iwlue aud insures it a popular place iu tho fair. R. A. the jeweler, is offering a handsome cup for this competition. VAUXHALL PLEASED Word reaches the city from Utah that another big job has come to Rr.y Knight, pvetiitlciu of the Knight-Wat- son 'Ufinehinjr enmiiimy, and one lit the beat known in Western Canada. In fact, Hay Knight has boon called tho largest sheep owner in tha west, ami he doubtless is entitled to tbc distinction. Ttie new job was more or thrust on to Hay, It appears thut lite father, "Uncle" Jesse Knight, suffered a stroke some tima ago. This in- capacitated him for active work in the extensive business Interests of the Knight family. As president and gen- eral manager of tho Knight Invest-, mont company, "Uncle" Jesao was the directing head of this vast of-business interests'involving many millions of dollars annually. Now ull this responsibility has been shifted onto his son, Kay. Ho is now president and seueral manager oi" the Knight Investment company, which, operates mines, sugar factories, wool- len mills, banks, farms, ranches and other business enterprises scattered er and politician of the state of Utah, and much of hta time isi spent in the paliitial Hotel in Salt Luke, and in Southern California. Ray .soon _____ sots ''tod up" 011 that sort of thing, j March uiul oiton. when visiting m the south., ,s a Browillg. publlc for tho ada labor superintendents held in negina. "They advertised for farm hands at 5100 a mouth and board. The Saskatchewan labor officials investi- gated as it looked suspicious. They went lo the tludiiig tha place to be an empty shack in au obscure part of the city." Continuing Mr. Longvrorth said that letters ot en- the conference did not fix any wage quiry are being received from for farm labor thjs season. It was not outside points in every mail in their power to do an, he pointed by those who placed their ads j out. They did decide this, that the ill the Vauxhall pages Issued. bureaux would tabulate the wage each by tlio Lethbridge Herald ro- applicant for help was willing to pay cently. Results will be many I and then out of perhaps DO or CO lig- DENMARK WANTS RETURN OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and beneficial." (From a Vauxhall dispatca to tae uros strike an average. Sir.. Long- worth thought the going wage run somewhere and In some parts ot: Saskatchewan and Manitoba has been offered to i re-introduction of capital punishment ike a bolt from the blue comes the terse announcement: "I'm leaving in Denmark. Death sentences msy fur Canada tomorrow." Ray Kmght ha tho D ,all TOUrts hua succeeded in the ranching game h b BMonted in this bucauso lie lias made it a part of him that who 1. not cone5ial with jt vears has them. He loves his job whole-heart- edly. Will Return in April This new position will mean that Mr. Knight will bo in Utah most of his time in the future; Be is ex- pected ts be back in Lethbridge about April 1, but bis stay will oi necessity be of short duration. "It is firmly be- lieved, however, that his visits to Al- berta will be frequent as his Interests here are large. Then, too, there is j another reason. And the wr'ter let Ray give it himself: "Canada j police declare that inore drastic pun- tehmeuf: must be .lecreed by the eminent and courts. through the Intel-mountain, region, i one of best COUflfc-ies iu the world. The hoiadquarters of the company are Bt Provo, Utah, a city thirty miles south of Salt Luke. Ray's simile Ray is receiving the congratulations his friends, who arc convinced that Ms broad shoulders are well able to carry tho load. That Ray will make, good as head of tho entire Knight Interests goes without saying. He Is a 7nan who has made a habit ot put- ting big business across. And he does it with a smile. One day last winter in' Lethbridge when tho conditions of cattle and eheep wore considered critical and j extremely heavy losses faced the j stockmen, some one asked Ray Knight! how things were. Ray's broad, nig- ged and strikingly hamisome features brightened Into a smile as he replied: "They're mighty they could be worse." That bt-tn the key- note of his life. lie has made the beat of conditions. Then, too, ho loves his work. Nothing pleases Ray more than to get out on tho round-up 'with tho cowboys, live with them, Bleep with them, eat with them, rough it with them. He loves the frontier life. His brother, J. William, is different, lie is a prominent mining man, I know of none better, for ranching. This country will always be close to my heart." PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5.6 Aoadia Building 112 Third Avenue South CLEANLINESS! Our shop, machinery and methods ensure ab- solute cleanliness and guarantee bread that is made under sanitary conditions by bakers who keep everything perfectly clean. John Gi'more Ltd. Bakeri of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. TWO DROWNED MIDLAND. Ont, Mar. young men, S. Rea. a returned soldier, aged 22, and Fred McCaw, aged 25, were drowned here last night, A party of 17 were crossing the lake in a sleigh to a dance when the ice gave way and they were thrown Into the water. Three men on skates had gone ahead of tho sleigh and it was TELLS REAL NAME Howard Earle Chandlis is Man Wanted for Medicine Hat Burglary "This is irhare the truth out, so I had better give my rlRlVt name" wag the remark made by the man held by the city police for, as He confessed, being a party to ihe rob- bery of Cook's jewellry store Medi- cine Hat, while his finger prints were being taken at the A.P.P. headquart- ers. With this he gave his name Howard Earle Chandlis as beiffg MB- true one. The name he gave the ctty police when arrested was Steve Packard, alias Bill Williams. Chandlis appeared before Magis- trate Irwin this morning on the charge of drunkenness, and was remanded for seven days for further inquiries. Detective Jackson, of the Calgary po- lice, is in the city making investi- gations, as it is suspected that Chand- due to their efforts that fifteen of thejlis was-a party to the. robbery at the. 17 In the, party were saved. Chauncey jtwellry wellry store in that eitj. MAGNETOS Any typo, any make, repaired or supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage E. J. O'Sulllvan. 313.13th St. N. Phone 549. SHOE REPAIRS For beat work at lowett prices try HUTTON A PERKINS Practical Shaemakcre 41Sa Fifth St. S. Phone (S3. Income Tax, 1920 Representative of New Life Insurance Telephones Office 1549; Rei. 172. Wm. B. Ferguson (Late of Standard Bank of Canada) Bcgi to Announce (he Opening of an Office In The Conybeare Blk., Lethbridge fat the purpete of preparing of and icnrtlHilng. 'aiMiimenti under the Income War Tax Act, and ButlneM Profit War Tax Act, 1916. Colt Syitemt, Auolti. Company Organliatlona. all klndi of Insurance and Bondi, Internal Health Beats Plaster For Backache SATURDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 23 (By Hyrum Smith, D.C.Ph.C.) Removal of the internal cause heats an external plaster for getting rid of backache. Tha old day of thp mustard .plaster is not past, for many are still turning to such means of "transfer- ring the sensation." But it is admit- ted that the best thing to do is to remove the_cause of the backache. Backache may bo lumbago, a near relation to nsur- algia. except that it is located in the back, or it may be due to faulty Sidney action. In either case the cause is pressure upon spinal nerves due to misplaced joints of the backbone narrowing, or pinching, the nervo opening. chiropr.ictic spinal adjustment restores a normal nerve openins between joints and lifts tho pinching pressure off jurttyfhe Qloclr spinal nerves. stores health. With tho cause thus removed, Nature re- Rid of His Backache "I was troubled for several -v.-itii severe pains in my back aver my kidneys, tildes I could hardly get up or down. I'got relief with plasters but the pain would return. Thou I turn ed to chiropractic and got rid of the cause. I have had no re- turn of the trouble in eighteen ColDcl, Chiro- practic Research Bureau, State- ment-Xo. 12510. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES 25c 20c Den Davis; box White Beans: 3 Ibs. for t Prunes; large size per .Ib.......... White Spring Salmon; 1 C _ ............IDC Gosse-Millrod's "Dream Pro- package including vecipo book. Contains I tin Kippered' Her- ring, i tin Herrings in To- mato Sauce, 1 tin Pink Salmon, 1 tin Fresh Herrings, and 1 tin Kippered 'in Salmon; Malkin's Best Manna- A A A lade; pail Sweet OA Grape Fruit; 12ic, 15c, 17k Household Sodas; large package......., ......3DC Brooms; 80c, 35c 25c 45c .60c lOc 25c 30c 35c 15c 9c 60c Scrub each Nail Brushes y tor Crosso Blackwell's Vinegar George Washington Ib. ...'.___ Kerr's Pura Alfalfa Honay; per jar Potted per tin Welsh per tiu........... Bilvo-Silver Polish..... Cooking alb. size............. Aladdin Soap ors as it cleans New per Ib................ Wilkinson's English Lic- orice Candy; Ib. aud FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND VS6c. ACT TODAY VThy delay? ivitholit Consultation is charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 209 Sherlock Block Phones 1677 and 1441. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS DISEASES FOLLOWING Smjl LOWER PINCHED TO FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES (LIFE AND HEALTH) TO THEIR ORGANS AND TISSUES For Particular People If we have not been doing your CLEAN- ING AND PRESSING you have missed some- thing: We have the plant and the skilled workmeii to turn, this class of work out RIGHT. Everything thoroughly washed in Gaso- line, not first DAUBED over. To try us is to prove our statement. Goods called for and delivered. Our motto: QUALITY AND SERVICE. Lethbridqe Laundry Go.i Dry Cleaning Department PHONES 450, 451. C. S. FARROW, Mgr. Z FBEE HEALTH ;