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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTOGfi DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. MARCH SECOND SECTION LKTHBRJDGK. ALBKHTA. SECOND SECTION Si-AEN -j -i.i 11.1. -j fi nor in other than a private dwelling. JPaid Visit to Lethbridge __ TWO S50 FINES IN LIQUOR CASES Fifty dollar appear to up lit interruls for replenishing tho city? treasury, rla tbo dty pollen court. In .unvlctUms obtainwl under Llquur; Art by tha oily police. Two o( these added to the quantum on Tuesday i morning. Walftr B. Howard j Kirby Concert in Church McMillan, realdltg on Fourth St. w y wore each lined >30 tp" c'-' B in unlawful pouseKiuon of HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL TO LECTURE WERE SOON Thfl Hon. Jlai-filuil! has lietn secured for Wesley (ihiirth t.o letturo in tho near future on "Bonni'; Sk'oihiini linil Men-Id KngbBd." th'i let'ture M'ili 'af eil hiter. Displayed Fine Voice _________ _ The large audience thut (Hied tlio Resolutions for District i through the fourfold Suuuaj- school miOitorium of Wesley clnirch on JMOM- Conference i program. The Trail Hangers are Sun- day "iRM to hoar Mr. Harold Mrby MHHerence V I, in las " of How" were Where do the Scouts and Scoutmasters through u delightful repertoire that Tbe 'liotary had un interesting ftml lively meeting at the Y.M.C.A. on Monday. District (iovernor Jack j come from? Aguft, X'avles of Madieino lint arrived dur- ing the course %f the meeting and re- ceived a warm welcome. In address- 3ltfj the c-1'.ib the Governor stated that this would probably bo his last visit to the club during his term of office. He expressed a deep appreciation for the valuable assistance and support given to him by tha officers and mem- bers of the club during 10UO. Ho asked for a largo delegation to attend the district convention at Fort William and briefly outlined the It will therefore -lie teen that, tho Sunday school offers a worth while. Sunday j went all the way from folklore, in the rendition of his "Come to the j and "Indian Love to the of grand opera denoted in the honest to goodness, seven day a week i selection given from "I'iiglljirc'i and job to atiy man or So, we say, uken out The s of get.behind the Board, the ,ar am, wlth ,_ho Boys' Council and Mr. Petley who are o{ and depth ot putting pep and enthusiasm into their work. Also every dad should get into this Father and Son idea. Besides, the direct benoflts to himself anil his boy. he will be giving a little encotir- Chandiess Gets Three Years Jail Mercury Jumps 50 Degrees Since ('old Oio of Mon- day Night PLAINTIFF WINS IMPLEMENT SUIT hum (.'u. VK. J. .U. IJrultoii. of Bow Island, -A-as com'lwh'il in the Supreme rotiri. judgment for tho iriitiiuiff for mini ot J107.XH and. routs on In of llobbs Bellinger.; judgment. given tho plaintiff tQv i and costs on tho lowost suulo. i I feeling by the singer, made an im-1 pression ami never failed in tuuir ay-j In the songs of the sea, "Neptune" and "The Admiral's it might arrangements that have been jilotecl for tlui convention; Colin MaoKintoah reported that President Sam Porter, Peter Lund, Billy Huchanan und Huglt Crawford had definitely decided to go to Fort William and that several other Rotar- iiHis would iji all probabllty accom- n. Preside; agement to other lows who are do- be gaW that the at .his ing so much for his boy. Incidentally, a littie of be amiss, but pany them. ent Sam Porter and Peter Lun8 were appointed offi- cial delegates to the convention: Tom Ridpath, chairman of the Boys' Work committee, presented. the fol- lowing resolutions, for prescntatio'n at the district convention "In view of the fact that it gen- These ,le with deiight- TLe ballails agalll _ how many Dafls In this town walk up :made a appeal, with and 'hoi rich ind CE .-essing baritone of the that richness !ated witb a ap the fellow on the back is putting in his SunHays and several j evenings a week in whlch-jg his boy? The general indifference and ,wel] voice, Sunday schbol work as manifested in The {eature ot Mr Kirby's "feast the Adult departments of tho. Sunday I ft as it richly deserves to be schools of this city is a big stumbling called, was its distinctive variety. block in the way of Sunday school, There was appeal to .u, tastes progress. A Sunday school Is built jn his He touched the from the top down, but it appears that gamut ot human 8motloll wnlch only e have not completely laid the foun- tlw glft ot the human in the The man Howard arrested by Detectives Wallis and Egan on information given by the Medicine Hal police for complicity in the burglary of Cook's jewelery stSre at the Hat, and Uken there on Monday by an escort, was this morning brought before the magistrate and sentenced to three years in the One of the watches stolen was recovered by the at Sam Bello- vitch's second-Hand store on Fifth street in the city. dation. bands of an artist can accomplish, j Could this city have any better no tlms (Ija Mr Kirbj, rlge-abovt; vertising than to Jet the world know, hig aurtience in anything in the nature frally recognized by all. exponents ofltbat the churches will not horn the of f, termed "highbrow." This Hoys'Work that a large proportion of people who to attend Sunday :was the charm in all his ifingiug. in juvenile crime today can be traced direct to a certain class of moving picture. "He it resolved therefore that the school on Sunday afternoon? Think it: tUat tne prQgranl was selected to meet! over! Detroit, is said to have the besc: the taste, and in this gave advertising of any city in America satisfying and pleasing result. to Its splendid public schools. Would The singing of Mr. Kirby was great- Rotary clubs of the 19th district peti- you want to take yotr family to a city iy added to by the pianoforte selec- tion their respective governments to j where tho big mass of the people had tions of Mr. Dennis Raymond, and the the effect that the censorship on alj the Sunday school idea, and followed j [W0 helped in a combination which Inequalities of Personal Prop- erty Tax Would Then Be Eliminated moving pictures be improved and that uteps be taken in the near future to institute a conference consisting of olHolal censors boys' workers, and othen qualified to know the effect of these aforementioned pictures on the juvenile's mind; in order that the censorship may be fmnvoved and titanijardlied throughout the Domin- ion." "Tha Boys' Work committee of the .Jlotary club recommend that in Ttow-.ct the ever present nec- essity of efficient handling of. the boy problem in this western country ours that the Lethbrldge delegation to the Rotary convention bring in a recommendation at that convention to the edect that eftdrts be made to se- cure the- services of Dr. Chan. E. Barker to give his famous series of great human welfare addresses throughout this 19th district." Among the guests at the luncheon vas Harold Kirhy. the famous English baritone was loudly applauded for songs rendered In splendid style. Arthur Baalim gave evidence of a complete recovery from his recent operation by entertaining the mem- bers of tho club with'a skit on the milk question. E Clear Explanation of the Var- ious Forces Carrying on the Work the lead of'the big men, of affairs, who an appetizing and delightful pro- are putting their talent3, time and money into Sundav acliool work? Mr. Potley has the Herald to make a brief explanation of -the local situation of Boys Work, with partic- ular reference to the nationally pro- moted Father and Son week: EMPLOYED BROTHBHHOOD MEETS WEDNESDAY NIGIfT gram. To carry through a program with only two taking part In it was in itself an undertaking, and is a credit to the versatility oE the two performers. The appreciation of the audience gave token that the com- bined effort was a distinctly musical success. Wednesdays at for sociability, friendship, good times, vocational guidance, sports, practical discus" sions, every felluw takes i part. You'll be given tho xlatl hundj tomorrow uight in the boys' room at the Herald. Any- youa; Ifellow under twenty who works, will welcome as at of the.Em- ployed "Brotherhood. tomorrow night. The physical activities com mittee have the right of way arid the j decks have been cleared for parlor' WINNIPEG, Mar. of un- it Is on the caifds that there will be a change in the assessment for city revenue purposes of the personal prop- ertjr tax. At present this IB charged on the value of the stock carried by merchants. This, however, is not con- sidered by the city council to be alto- gether equitable, as there is something of a discrimination in respect to mer- chants who deal in fruit and soft drinks aa compared with jewellers, while the rent-paid by each party may be approximately the same. To over this council nre considering f After a. 01! the hardest weather j ni tho whyli; winter, Including drop in tho mercury to 26 below Sunday I morning and to IS lieluw Monday I night, there are signs of spring again; I today and people can begin all ovorj j again looking for the robins and thw I I butterflies and the pussyivilldivs and i (all I he ollior little signs llial "spring; has came." Tho mercury dipped to IS at the Experimental Farm' j lust night. At noon today it was} thawing and the mercury was -standing sit better than 32. i Calgary was 18 below lust night. and with Lethbridge, the coldebt; spot in the west. Krimonton recorded i only 10 below. Medicine Hat tells of Jive inches ot" snow which fell yesterday. At Winnipeg it is I'O above zero, and tlie weather mm says "not so cold." So there is hope that spring is coming in real earnest when tho g.'is and i'uel bills will be a Uihig ot" the past until next fall. The snow stands at mora than six Inches on. the level here, and has -drifted very little. The summer fallow and-stubble fie Us are all'Well covered, and if the snow goes awny gradually, allowing the water to soak -well into the soil, there will be good moisture for spring seeding. FRENCH CHAMBER TO DISCUSS REPARATIONS PARIS, Mar. chamber of today ordered immediate discussion of interpellations on the recent reparations negotiations in London. The house rejected Premier Briand's proposal for u postponement of the debute until there was u. more numerous attendance of members of the chamber. Company Will Not Spend Any Money on New Projects Till ('uVtuiiions Settle Purpose of Bonds To JJe Voted On April 8-How it Will Affect Tax Sale i Just how the announcement made by D. C. Coleman or f. P. 11. western lines that the com- pany will nut spend any money year on new pi-ojec-tn involving capita! expenditure owing to the general un- rest in business circles, njill affect the company's projects in Southern Al- berta is a question which is being ask- In respect to the money by-law, tojsd. the amount of oil which the vWhat does it mean so far as thft burgesses will be asked'to vole on completion of the Lethbridge-vveyburn on April 8th, this will represent bonds I Hne, long delayed, is concerned? which when sold will bring in after; When Vice-President Grant Hall pass-, the sum of for pay- ert through the city some time ago he ment into the sinking fund whdu need- made the'statement io a Herald re- ed. This; us already stated, will not I Porter that it would take a cyclone or be ten years. The by-law has re- ceived the sanction of the Public Utili- ties Board of the Province, in that the to be something worse to keep the company fnom completing the line this year. The money has been appropriated for expended, and now sought I several years; a couple of years ago a wo bonded for payment into impossible to get steel to finish sinking .fund, were before the funct- the work; last year it was impossible ioning of. the Public Utilities Board ui to find the mey. This year the men ng January 1st, 191b', after it was brought into being iu October of the year prev- ious. of the' sums to be voted on were spentxso far back as the old changing the form of the personal property tax by assessing it rental values, in the view that while it will not affect revenue to a very great ex- tent it will place all merchants on a parity as to assessment. The new procedure if carried out will be in line -with the change made a few years ago in the matter of warehouses in the city, where the personal property tax was changed to one levied oil floor space. WINNIPEG FIRE football, indoor athletics and boxing. They are celebrating their the club is two iponths' old tomorrow. If any of the members haven't explain- ed the purpose and work of the club, call on the secretary at 1247, 8th Ave.. A.S., or write him and some of the fellows; will look you op. The boys are not publishing the names of their officers, commltteenien or members of their are travel- ling as some other good things] do. However they are a live bunch j who believe in pusl} instead ot pull; and are enthusiastic about .the big j program they have outlined and are pushing. Meetings are held on Sun-! days at to discuss practical prob- lems of young men who work and known origin early this morning caus- ed damage estimated between and in the elevator ot' the Mit- chell Hay and Grain company. Twen- ty-five thousand dollars' wort'li of grain destroyed. Insurance car- ried, it is understood, practically covers the loss. Before you take to paint to cover a sallow com- plexion, see what chiropractic can do toward re- moving the cause. Act today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLDQ. PHONES 1677, 1441. (Contributed.) Who.arc tho people who avo pro (noting the Father and Son idea and I the Father and Soil banquet on Friday j Bight? The Boys' Work Board and the Soys' Council. The Boys' Work Board the chdrchea and the VM5C.A., so docs the Boys' Council. The Boys' Work Boanl is a section the Religious Education council of this city and district. Us membership comes from the different and Mr. Petley, Boys' secretary of the ''Y'p represents the "V." The Boys' Council is composed ot two representatives from each Tuxis Square. A Tuxis Square is a Shmday class of older boys.' Mr. Petley informs the Herald that hose facts are not clear in the mind of the public, or of some of the church people who are hot actively at work p'or boys and gifts. The National-Boys' Work Board is k co-operative body composed of rep- resentatives of tho cniirclies and the V. M. C. A., Taylor Starten is employ- (ui by t'lis board. The Hilary of. Mr. J-'orgis who viiits Lethbridge, Is guar- anteed by the Provincial Boys' Work Jtoiird. I There is often a lack of appreciation bf the big program the church ia put- ting on for young pMiple which would Hot bo wideBpreajflf" more people Were on the lob. Everybody who at- tended tho Boys' Parliament In Kd- represented a Sunday school rlass. He and his pals were trained Don't Picture II you fall to Burks la her latent Paramount comedy; "The Kdiicatlon of wblch will ]K. the feature at the Kmnrew theatre tonight anil tonorrow. you will mlaa lonwtliiM worth It haa scored heavily everywhere, DotMM Cameron tiwdi a capable inpporttng NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW ,SHOP Wis are now doing business froTh the Alberta Meat Market which we leased from Mr. Coul- try, and eau sivs all tho cus- tomers of this mifrVket the high standard serrlne established by iSr. GouJtry. We assure our own patrons of the Independent Meat Market continued satisfac- tion and can take care of a number of .new. customers wlo demand u superior servictj. PHONE 492 W.UNGARD and the steel are readily available, ii is thought, and Southern Albertans hope the new ruling of the company is not going to mean anothQr deia'- bemuse of the unsettled conditions- of business. aldermanic days. The bonded debt represented in the j various sums mean iu principal and i _. .-._ interest payments the sum of according to the ruling of the Public annuallj'. This sum, UH it affects the J utilities Bcwril, has to be met.. As mill rate, will be neutralized, in that, explained, this will be by collateral bonds to the value of bear- on. the bonded debt to be voted OIL ing principal and mtoi'ost in- to tho sinking fund, will shortly cease, in their being paid off by the city at expiry. The question which covers the by-law is that of meeting: or not the shortage in tho sinking fund, which American Woollen Co. announced all linea of women's coatings, suit- inffs, dress fabrics and skirting had been'eiittrely sold and -withdrawn. AN OLD LADY WHO WAS VISITING HER DAUGHTER IN THE CITY and who had always baked her own bread and was known as an exceptionally good bread-maker, said THAY'S REAL GOOD BREAD when eivjoyinp lier first meal here. Of course it was Quaker BreiM the family used. John Gilmore Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Brsad. PHONE 373. Lethbridge National System of Baking, 407 5th St. S. Limited Phone 1047. Our Store Is Open All Day Every Wed, Closing at 1p.m. Your Patronage is Invited. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES Roast Pork with Dress- fff ing; per Ib...........fJIC. Shredded Codfish; 2 pkgs.......... 45c and Smoked Hanr, honed .ami sliced 1 vt Lobster- Ground Rice; per pkg............. Orange Mar. malade; per jar...... Florida Grape Fruit; t ff IDC Xail X for Tuna' Pish, devilled; per tin Ontario per tin Succotash 3 tins Wa.gstauVs Lemllg and Ginger French Olive Oil, -'La Perle" 45-c, FREE m Of- J JC OUC JC 45C 50c Royal Shield Baking Powder Equal to the per tin White Spring Salmon; p 2 tins.................IOC Witch Hazel Soap; per bottle Potted Veal, Beef, Hani and per tin DELIVERY. -1 ft lUC GEO- KERR CO. VAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 AND 1363. O. COX 940 PKONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 3-6 Bulldlnf lia MAGNETOS Any type, any nmko, repaired nr supplied. The North Lethbrfdge Garage E. J. 0'Siilltrnn. S13 13th St. N. riione iH5. I. O. O. F. DANCE AT COALHURST IN THE I- 0. Ov F. HALL ST. PATRICK'S DAY, MARCH 17TH REFRESHMENTS MUSIC Admission per couple 'The Top o' the Mornin to The ladies of St. Patrick's church extend greet- ings-arid a hearty.Irish welcome to those attending' their St. Patrick's'Eve "AT HOME" IN THE MASTIC HALL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16TH Special Rainbow Dance at 12 p.m. Dancing from 9 till 2. Blue Bird SHOE REPAIRS For beat worl- at lowest prices try MUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. Phone 693. THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS WILL HOLD THEIR MONTHLY WHIST DRIVE IN THE MOOSE HALL THURSDAY, MARCH 17, AT 8JP.M. GOOD PRIZES AND REFRESHMENTS Income Tax, 1920 Representative of New York Life Insurance Co. Office 1549; Res. 872. Wm. B. Ferguson (Lite of Standard Bank of Canada) Begc to Announce the Opening of an Office In The Conybeare Blk.t Lethbridge for the purpoM of advising, preparina of and itrutlniiina aueitminli under Incomo War Tax Act, 1917, and the BulMta Profit War Tax Act, Coat Syiteme. Auditt. 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