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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TKfrLOCAL MIIV W TOv KXPlCT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD nu BBRAun riei or UTX LOCAL KIWI MONDAY. MAUC.H SECOND SECTION LKTIIBKIUGK, ALBKHTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN People Enquire About Paying Tax Arrears; Optimism Reigns City Commissioners Noto With Pleasure the New Note Struck As Result of Irrigation Policy According to the mayor no news lias created a greater degree of optimism in the history -of the city than that of the announce- ment that the government intends to guarantee the irrigation bonds. The optimism created is far In excess even than that which was given rise to in the city when the Crow's Nest railway was announced. The effect of the news of the guarantee of the irri- gation bonds has become palpable irythe city hall in the enquiries which have been made by those who are in arrears in their taxes, as to the amounts, with the inten- tion, under the optimism felt over the good news, to do their best to make payments on them. On the streets, in the hotel lobbies, and everywhere where men con- gregate, the theme of conversa- tion is the news in regard to the bonds, with thel belief fully keld that a new era' dawnejd for the city and district. Some are so staggered by the news that they can hardly credit it, and are assiduous in making sure that there is no mistake about it. AID TO EMPLOYED Members of Boys' Club Appeal For Aid For Their Work, And Get it Hotarians of Lethbridge have pledg- fed themselves to assist another boys organisation. At the luncheon of tho Hotary Club on Monday at noon, the. Rotarisna heard of the Em- ployed Boys' Brotherhood, with tbe result that a number of the Rotarians appointed as members of com- ImitteoB of the brotherhood to assist the Boys in obtaining their ends. Tho, Idea of the brotherhood is to assist the hoys la making a success of their lives, to help them follow the ritfit path while they aro young, and I so to work that soon tho positions to so fit themselves that they will he would be seeking 'them. viible to take advantage of the oppor- Mr._Barnacal pointed out the advau- lunitius, iu a business and'community tages boys of today have in tho mat- ivay, as they present themselves. j ter of receiving "an education at The club started on January 19th home. Correspondence courses can I with five members and nov has nine-1 be obtained covering practically every I teen members. Every member is a! line of business. He told the boys jl- !boy who is earning his own iivitfg and i ways to find out why they aro "doing Is within the 'teen age. Reprcscnta-1, certain things. the boys the club In right behind Ihcm Dr. Leech thouKht this club was cloiuR a groat deal of work and ho moved for the appointment of a committee to get right down lo work with tlie boys. He told the boyw to stop any Hotarian on the strcftt and they would receive I assistance in their problems. What the Boys Aim at The president of the club told of! tho origin and the aims of -Vie club, j Ho told of the Sunday school idea be-! hind the brotherhood and said one of j thfi aims was to keep the employed t hoys off the streets, away from the pool rooms and cignr stores, i and to give them some good entertain-" j ment. At each meeting of the club business comes first and then, amuse- j ment. The secretary spoke of the future. He said tlie boys have great hopes for I their club and said they hope to be fable to compete with other clubs this summer in the fields of sport. The i club also wants to help in community work. Tho chairman of the physical com- mittee followed and asked for tho as- j sistance of Tom nidpath. He told of the hopes of the club in the sporting line. The fourth boy to speak was the chairman of the social committee. He asked for Frank Waddlngton. A pro- gram of entertainments pro-1 j pared, which Includes a girls' night.! a hoys' and bosses' night, u dads' and j mothers' night and many other special I evenings. The chairman of the educational committee followed. C. D. MacKin- tosh was the pick of this committee. This committed wants to encourage home studying and wants to show the members of tho club that a boy who has not had high school and college training can so educate himself that he will be able to hold his own with boys of this other class. The chairman of the employment Rotarlans tho boys asked Waddlngton, Tom Uidpatli, Dr. Rivers, Allan Watson. .Dad Lathrup, Colin Mackintosh ami Hum I'ortcr. I Dr. Rivers assured the boys that wlil give them every assistance pos.s- j ible. Ilia naincj was linked with that of Inspector Watson, who gavo a, like assurance. Dail Lathrop said ho pleased to havn tho honor of being Invited to help boys. Frank Wad- j dington also told iho boys he will be right with them. i FOOTBALL ANNUAL IS E' Hilrris n{ cllllj Tells POSTPONFD ot For Travel Owing to the continued absence of Secretary R. J. Ritchie Pater- ion of the Lethbridge City and District Football League, and also the fact that other officers are out of the city, the annum meeting of the league, which was to have been held tonight (Monday) in the city council chamber, has been postponed indefinitely. 42PUCSNTS fjethbriilgp this suinmur will cx- periencs u greater volume of motor tniffic from .United States points jfhan it has in the past, snid ixK. Jlar- j ris. this morning. Mr. Harris recently I from a trip in the United Kttites and he visited with ;i number ot: auto clubs. In Des Moines he was tho guest of the auto club arirt Found the members I very much interested in Lethbridge and southern Alberta. Me expects a I number of members of that club will j be here this summer. While at this j meeting Mr. Harris told of the roads of the district and explained tho Red I Houte, that runs through this city. j At Omaha motorists were quite snr-1 prised to learn that they can come through southern Alberta and reach -Spokane in IBKS time than by any other route. They wero surprised to learn Week's Work Shows Call For that the roads of southern" Alberta are Men For Farms Grow- ing Steadily committee said the duty of his group is to see that everybody is in his right place in business. Sam Porter was his special The seventh speaker, chairman bt the service said the members of the club are now studying from a book, "Jesus Head Coach." Dr. Riven? and Mr. Watson are the Rotary members of this com- mittee. The eighth and final speaker for the boys was the chairman oJ tho membership committee. He said the elub wants every employed boy in the 'teen age in the club. Dad bathrop will help them0 Rotarian Bill Barnaul! seconded motion and doing so he .gave them, a fatherly talk on tho trials and temptations of life. He implored them to have courage, to have grit, not to be discouraged and asked them not to seek a position but to find a job and Forty-two men are registered in Lethbridge ;rs being out of employ- ment. Tin; number (if unemployed is beinp cut down by the growing de- mand from the farms. During the past week fifteen men were sent out to work on farms in the Lethbridge district and eacl) (lay the number of applications for men from farmers is growing. Thirty-three fit for motor traffic. Throughout Oregon and Idaho great preparations are underway for good roads. A finely graded toad is being constructed from Hunnington tn Lo Grande, which will make a fine motor road due north to the Columbia rivor. PEOPLE (JETTING HABIT OF GOING TO CHUKCH If tljc alt'Midanoo at St. Augustiifs 011 Sunday' evening is u guide, there is u wave of church uttemiiincu pre- valent in the city ;it the prcttunt Unit1. The church ran only a in module L'OM comfortably, hut, It was .jammed with ;i congregation of with a number having lo turned iiway for want of Hi-alini? or standing space. local Member Feels Positive Irrigation Policy Will Pass NO CHANGE IN C. P. R. SUMMER TIME TABLE LIKELY, THIS DISTRICT As Soon as Enabling Measure is Passed in House- Allow 30 Days Indications at pre.sont are that no change will bi_- made iu the C. P. R. service through Lethbridge in ihe coming sum- mer timo table. At C. I1. R. offices here uo is be- ing contemplated. This means I hat the daylight service on the Crows Nest line has weathered a severe test and remani iu forcu. U is expected the m-iv timo table will go into effect on. May 1. voryrliins is ready at the offices of tilt! IjOthbridgc1 Northern Irrigation district for the selling of (he bourls and the awarding of contracts at'ier dial, is done. Tlie district ofiiclals aro just waiting for the passing of the promised legislation in Edmonton. As soon as that is done tenders will bo called i'or the bonds.' It is expect- ed that thirty days will bo allowed after the notices have gone out be- fore tenders will be open. Following illicitly on the heels of this operation t is expected tenders will be received, for construction work. Discussing the situation that faces the district ut present. Mr. T. W. Crofts, chairman of the board of the' district, spoke highly of the action of :he provincial government in. connec- tion with the guarantee. He said it is a hard thing to realize just how much that will. mean to Lethbridgf! and district. It is the highest thins, lie yaid. since the C. P. U. wont through the Crow's Nest. Inspector General Will Inspect Into Camp on Thursday EAST INDIAN IS BAPTISED IN KNOX' CHURCH ON SUNDAY were received applications for work at the Lethbridge branch of the provincial labor bureau during the past Twenty-seven of these men received work and live men -were given casual employment. I The figures for tho week ending Sat- 1 nrday are: farm laborers 15; sheep herders clerk salesmen 2; laborers blacksmith 1; jail guard In the women's section seven house- keepers wore placed, one waitress and two cooks. Nine applications were' re- ceived for work during tho. week. Three women are on tho books as un- employed. Four- women were given casual employment. An interesting event took place in Knox church on Sabbath after- noon, when a bright, well educat- ed East Indian, Sohanaingh, by name, was baptised by Rev. A. H. Denoon, ataJstcd by W. L. McRae of spent a long ser- vice in Trinidad as missionary to the East He was brought to know the truth very largely through. Mr. Samuel who is operating tt...farm some ten miles from Thos. McFadden. reeve of Gleuelg for a number of years, died from an attack of pneumonia, aged 77. SOIL WELL FILLED j WITH MOISTURE i FOR SPRING WORK; ________, f Spring plowing, previous to tlie re- cent snow TTFL3 progressing rapidly in practically every district of southern Alberta. The snow has so goue away as to leave practically all its moisture in tho ground and today the land is iu better shape for plowing than ever it was last fall. Mr. C. D. MaeKmtosh, superinten- dent of the tietliln'ldgfi division of tho C, P. R., in his recent travels has seen a great many tractors on the land. Practically all the plowing has been done by tractors and a large per- centage of the plowing has been fresh breaking. Thursday of this week Lethbridge's artillery battery will go into spring camp. Thn camp will bo held at Henderson Lake and the battery will move in Thursday nighi and will stay tlmre over ihe holidays. Tuesday night at the Armouries the j battery will be inspected by Major- General Bnrstall, inspection general. A 1'ull turnout of the battery will bo on hand and they will go through con- siderable drill. Will Have Practically Unani- mous Support From AH Sections of the Leg- islature There is no more enthuaiaitic citizen over the announcement of the guaranteeing of the irrigation bonds than Brigadier-General J. S. Stewart. "Doc" expresses his hearty approval of the action of the government and says that it will have- the solid if not the unani- mous support of both sides of the house when the measure is pre- sented. From the very start he has taken the attitude that the government should give a full guarantee of the bonds. He is highly pleased that the announce- ment has come from the premier and that it was not left to his side of the house to move for the guaranteeing of the bonds, which would have been done, had no ac- tion of the kind been taken by the government. The question he regards.as by no means a po- litical one, and so far as he was personally concerned there was nothing in the way of playing politics in urging a full guarantee of the bonds.. With th'e feeling of the house as a whole, as he senses it. he is confident that the irriga- tion policy as announced will ma- terialize along the lines mention- ed into a practical policy. AUTOS KILL MANY There were a total ot automo- bile accidents in New York State cit- ies in 1020, and in these 915 parsons were killed and injured, accord- ing to reports city police depart- ments. All the townships in County 1 bordering on the St. Lawrence have protested against netting licenses tivr.s oE this club wero at the Rotary luncheon and explained Jii their own the workings ot the club and ap- pealed to tho Hotarians for their as- fcistanco, not financial. After the president, secretary and chairmen of the different committees of the brotherhood had concluded talks on their particular part of the work a number of Rotarlans assured MAGNETOS Any type, any make, repaired or supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage E. J. O'SllIIivan. Uo 13th, St. N. Phone SHOE REPAIRS For beat work at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. The committee is composed of the o. DOX PKON6 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-9 Acadla Building 112 Third South ANCIENT ORMR OF FORESTERS COURT UNITY NO.. 9311 NO, HE IS NOT AN EVIL SPIRIT trom Purgatory or a. mad auto racer JtT torchlight, but one of our experts Irvine on an Important, welding ,1ob. Welding la hard on the eyes and Jierres of our men, but you don't pay Tor that. We charge you only for re- sults that save you money. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Oppoiite Lethbridge Hottl. HAVEN! YOU HEARD OUR CUSTOMERS PRAISE QUAKER BREAD any one of them. Quaker Bread Is even better than it UMd to be, which is "going some." John Qlmore Ltd. Quaktr Bmd. PHONE 171. Puny and T.R.'s Handicaps Are Overcome Theodore Roosevelt as a boy was puny and rich -c- two handicaps promised to keep him in mediocre paths. But he started out first to get health and then on that foundation, he built a life without a parallel in modern his- tory, The way to put and keep Ihe foundation of bealth under your life, is to wet a Bpinal analysis, (ind your "weakness, and then ,ad.iust regularly to overcome it. Witb healtli all tilings are pos- sible. Without it, even the hap- piness of crcry-day work is de- nied you. rbiropraciic spinal adjust- ments roinovo the cause of dis- eases of the head; eyes, ears, nose, tliroat, lungs, heart, stom- ach, kidneys, and lower organs of the body. ACT TODAY Why delay? Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 206 Sherlock Block. 1677 and 1441. Drive and K. OF P. HALL, MARCH 21st; 8.15p.m. GOOD PRIZES AND REFRESHMENTS. CHEERIO VETERANS' 4-PIECE ORCHESTRA STREET CAR AT 2 O'CLOCK. Admission (including whist drive and 75c JUSTONE WEEK AND GOOD FRIDAY WILL BE HERE AND OF COURSE YOU WILL WANT KIRKBY'S TO MAKE THAT DAY COMPLETE No Easter is complete -without Hot Cross Hung. It would fjc like Christmas 'Without the Christum s storking. The child roil lire looking fnrwanl to Hot: Cross Buns for Friday, .lust tho Fame us they looked forward lo Christum for UioJV Kirk by V Huns 'aro maile from nnw Australian currants, strictly fresh ngg.s and the best materials obtainable. The recipe used is one with xvhicii -Mr. Kirkby himself Kohl in Hals in London, Eng- land, and other large cities in Kurop'1. Homo of you tasted Kirkby's Hot Cross linns laat year. "N'ulT He'd." Don't, tlfuaupoint the kiddies and don'L forego Mm jile.isurn of hav- ing Kirkby's Hot Cross THina for breakfast Uood Friday morn ing, by neglecting to place your order. Othonvhw yon run a risk by not setting supplied, hftsl, year wo closed our doors early, Inifiis unable: to supply the demand. Ploaati place your order early. TO OUR OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS' Please stato clearly tho day you wish your order shipper! from This will aid us greatly In getting your order to you as near flood Friday morning as train service will allow. PHONE YOUR ORDERS If the orilur ill for doznn nr more, they will bo dolivcred to any purl of thn city between the hours of Thursday afternoon at o'clock and 1 o'clock Friday afternoon. Phone 1627. 606 Third Ave. S. STORE OF HIGH-CLASS Quality GROCERIES 7Cr am' nipt! Lobster 'paste- ar 40c, 70c, 2 tins for 4uC Princess Roan Chips OA Wilkinson's English- Lie- t ,OUi orice Candy; per ...DDC Baby's Own Soap rjf Fancy .Mixed 2 boxes..-. 131 per Ib Size -fg Pretzels M p PCI' Ib Ib 40C Prunes Size M DOC Heinz Beef Steak tins for 0-Cailar Mops rt-l Special Tea .Mamifactureil with cure Mixed Biscuits; M f olive nn per Ib 43C per bottlG Queen Nectar Tonic fort Wine; nn Olives OUC quart size Tomato Catsup; fjn Duffy's Sparkling Apple Oft bottles for ___ lUC Juke today Cauliflower, Head Lettuce, Sweet Potatoes, Rhubarb, Green Onions, Tomatoes, Radishes, and Celery. Lowest market DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS, PHONES 1453 AND Extra Special On About Fifty Cases of Red Apples In good condition, only a little on the small side. Regular about a case. Our price, while they 75 FOR CASH ONLY. SUPINA SON 230 13TH ST. NORTH. PHONE 1766. ;