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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THI LOCAL NlWfc WHEItf YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TIE Hmuura PAGE op UVI LOCAL NEWg LKTHBHRXiK, Husband Tells His Side of It In Caldwell Case Admits He Tied Wife to Post toj "Hluir Caused Kuctions Battery Units Under Inspection Tuesday to Visiting General The examination of lierf Calihvoll, fho defendant in the Calduell matri- monial caso, is still proceeding, with cross-examination to follow, and it may bo possible for'tho t tsc v> hit h has been occupying the attention ot the supreme court since Monday last to finish at the conclusion ot Tuesday's sittings. The witness Caidwell gave his own version of the wedded ttnliappiness of himself and wife. lie put it down lo the tirade of abuse to which he said lie was continually subjected by his wife. Told by the court that this gen oral statement did not suflico as ovl dence and that tlie witness should give facts, he went on to say that al various times his wife had called him a "low down d'rty coward." On on'.: occasion while she was abusing him lie kept his temper, and this irritated her so that, when1 she could not move Jiim, she turned to brins in his moth-1 cr, abusing her to his face. When he remonstrated with his wife, said wit- ness, for bring in his mother's name, she seemed highly pleased that this touched him and made him angry. Violin and Tin Can Witness related to the court what vas known as the violin incident, in which his wife had said that he drove her to distraction and caused her to rush out of the house through Ms persistent scraping of the instrument, no knowledge as to how to play !t. Witness admitted that he was not u violinist, but that he came home one evening, and taking the violin drew the bow across the strings to "get as much pleasing sound out of it as pos- His wife became very angry with him and, to drown the sounds, got hold of a tin can and started swinging it and beating it with a broom handle. "She did not make any better music than I said the witness. Caldweli went through the various episodes of his married life, mention- ing the interest he took in the forma- tion of the Bird's Eye school, ol! ho was trustee and janitor, and the pupiis in which were his live CHINOOK TRAVELS FROM BEATEN )'ATH. VISITS SASKATOON SASKATOON, liar. a direct reversal of weather form, following the heavy snowstorm of Friday and I Saturday when len inches of snow fell. Saskatoon is today bathed in bright', sunshine with thermometer Well: above the freezing mark. The snow is molting rapidly, the gutters run-1 nlus with water and the sidewalks I arc being cleared of slush. A veritable chinook is blowing. "PAGE SEVEN" Wind in Ad Points ol' (he Com-! pass, Giving Forecasters Something to Think About SAYS MILK PRICE NOT COMING DOWN Tilt; present price of seventeen cents a iiuarl will remain in force for some time. At the present no in Illis price i'i eonUmplated, curding lo the Crystal Dairy. MFOREXHW AT FAIR IS ASKED PLEADS GUIL1Y I Cattle Stealing Case at Maeleod j Has Is Given Sus- i pended Sentence LIKELY II YEAR Outlook is Better Than for Years and Residences INSPECTOR-GENERAL BURSTALL Lethbridge Public Sciiool cadet bat- talion was inspected Tuesday after- noon by Inspector General Sir Henry Burstall of the Canadian forces who arrived in tho city at noon. The ca- dets turned out on the Fleetwood school campus under orders from i Lieut. George McKillop, cadet'instrue-1 tor, with' the cadet officers in direct! charge. I This evening at the armories, corner of Mil Avo. and Oth St. S.. the Leth- i bridge 'Battery units, the "Oth and 39th, are being inspected by General Burstall. A complimentary dinner is being tendered Gen. Burstall by local aiilitia officers at (i o'clock tliis evening. 661 Gnr. Ewiug, Frederick Andrew; Glii, Gnr. Bro.wn, William; 063, Gnr. liussell, John. Strength Decrease 39th. Battery C. F. A.: Struck off strength, died, Cl'J, Gunner Dixon, F. A. Leave The undermentioned men proceed- on leave for two months com- mencing City Hopes to Spend on This Program During the Season The problem of the upkeep ami' the beautifying of tho public cemetery is exercising the mind of the city coun- cil. Tlie cemetery is to be extended, and witli ihe extension.' the council propose to initiate a scheme of gen- eral improvement. The price of graves and burial lots has been raised with this object, with the instituting of an annual fee to be voluntarily paid by those who desire that the city should see to the upkeep of individual graves. Tlie trouble, as the commissioners see it, is that the plan not be made use of by all who have relatives bur- ied, and the cemetery will have, consequence, some graves kept up, with others alongside neglected, which will tend to spoil the look of it. the new provisions it is expected to raise additional revenue; bringing up Ihe annual sum available for outlay in improving the cemetery up to a year. To make the beautifying pro- cess complete it is essential that evcry grave has individual attention. .Monday was the first day Today is the second, and ii is even' more spring-like, but neither day has been quite so sultry as 1'ebruarv furnishe'd. The advent of the lirtl spring day 'wa's no signal for work on farm land! to start. The ground is too wet fol- Calgary Concern Sends in Prizes Offered Schools, houses and apartments Interesf in Letiibridge's fair, which .'lib'' 21. is grow- This morning Secre- There are .many who plan their ihe receipt operations for accord n" to SV alul to so an ennniry from an industrial con lowing tho recent storm, and frortat nighf is keeping the top .ol., Al I he district cimrl helu at Mavluml before Judge Jackson. K. Hercman i was on Monday sentenced in" six months in jail on tlie chargo of shop- i bri-iikiiiK and thefl at Xanton to 1 which he plea'ii'd guilty. Accused, in I (January last, liroke uito ;i hardware i nmst bo built in Lethbridgu this sum I stmv and goi away with an automatic mer. This is the opinion (ji If. 31. 'jrcvohT.r. a rifle and a shotgun. In Uvhiddington. as expressed j ,he same court Mrs. Irwln pleaded to a reporter of The IlY-raid this.morli- j.liiltv to the charge ot perjury pre-, ,vllcn asked (lonuornliig the pros for ln LuthLridgo dm- i soiitiMK'o -iccuspd tn I have appeared before the court if a IIUB, "le previous date, and not ling 4 her At f' Mil i. i "fcl I pared by .Mr. Whiddmgton tor cxlen- o we o' Htn, "p'Uive Im lulngB in the citv. The lib. latei at ihe court held on j raly is uc.ills day it veered roundTo and then to the southwest. Tuesday Derta Saddlery. Tho prizes follow morning it was in the southwest but I For 'be nest eight pound crock of by noon it was standing north. Sort dairy butter. 1st. two sacks flSs, Hud- of "You pays your money and you !ia-v "Seal of Quality" flour, from takes your choice" weather, so the tlie Hudson Hay Co. farmers will probably decide to do I For tlle cue pound print of what they had intended all along to I dairy butter, 1st. five pounds of Hud. what land they can put in Bay bulk coffee, No. 1, from the good shape and suaimerfallow the ro. I Hudson Hay company; 2nd, two and matador. ju half pounds ol Hudson Bay bulk All of which does not appear to dim the optimism of the many who declare that this is destined lo be one of Southern Alberta's wet years C.N.R. coffee. No. t. From the Consumers' Hardware company, one piece of baggage, valued at to be either a valise, suitcase or trunk for boy or girl under fifteen The charge of perjury was made against Mrs. Irwin following the evidence she gave in the cattle-steal- word from the Carnegie ollices Xew York. Mr. Wlnddington experts lumb ,.M T vir. wiuilt uiEtoli experts urn bur vcVed n-d V, was take a jump as wet as rent. "W, Aitieu aiiu sentenced to JS montlm' imprisonment monuis, ksel, om. working in places unadopted for them to the dan Guelph Finance Committee Of the Board of Education need for school purposes this year. A South Sea superstition about a moth solved a small town murder mystery in William Dudley 1'elley's story In March Cosmopolitan. You'll suess your way through this tale. Get your copy ger of their eyesight, for the sake of expending a few extra dollars. Schools must be built. Residences will bare ti> be built as well as apartments. People. must have accommodation. Before many of these can be built rents wili have to go up in proportion to the eobt of building. The prices of brick tile. and lumber today are reasonable bui. heating and plumbing' are stili away said Mr. Whiddiugton. Jui tuiuir vjaiiio njiuii- c" Ho told of the fain-1 Jolm Ernest service will bo maintained between Lethhridge and Crow's Nest, accord- ing to an announcement made todav by the C.P.Ii. This means that tiio two daylight trains as now on the service will only run over the Lethbridge division. They will not make any connections west and through truffle to Fernie and west will have to take the early morn- ing train. TO DiSCUSS X o ,Igo ORDER I Hotel, a prize valued Li 315. WINNIPEG. Mar. 32.-H. E. Bark- From the Alberta Snddlorv Co., one cr chairman of the Canadian National' riding bridle valued at for the Railway Conductors' union, announced best saddle pony today that the joint committee of the From B. Metcalfe, of ihe employees will meet in Toron- Hotel, two pri.es. fnst a nolit "no SI" aml thc 'I'" politics order. He said that the piece of ladies' m-edleivork meeting would last for three or four From the Uallas Jlofl. one urue of Mr. and Mrs. W. a Sutherland, con-! cession 10, Kast 2orra, celebrated their golden wedding. I tartly from him Bnriiacal. Major, O isth (Brigade, C. F. A. Sly leaving Cardston to camp on ranch he had leased, -bow she was j against the project of leaving Card- ston, and, though one of the children had had mumps for about a mouth, she went and got an order for quaran- tine from Dr. Pickup so as to prevent the departure. This be had removed I after seeing tho doctor, and the tamiiy j left, camping at Bull Horn, where a row was started through there being no bread for supper. To get souiej peace from what, he said, was his wife's nagging, so that he could put j Train OUT Fi-.im up the taut, ha took across tho bridge' lraln llom but she came back again. Wanted to "Rebuild" Him i "Witness said that the trouble was MAGNETOS Any tyue, any repaired or supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage E. .1. O'Snllivan. 513 ISlh St. X. Phone Bilious headaches give way before chiroprac- tic adjustments, which remove the-cause. See us today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONES 1677, M-H. Nest lo Criinbrook After March. 31 that his wife wanted to "rebuild" him, and ho wouldn't stand for it. lie told" the court of what occurred on July 23rd last, when his wifoMeft him and laid ail action oC assault against hirii In tho Cardston court. This fol- lowed the interview mentioned with Ills mother and the rest ot the family I at the premises of Mrs. Caldwoll Sr. j "Witness said that on her return his i said to the children: "O kids, it was worth a million dollars to have called down tho whole low down etc. On the occasion, to stop the abuse be was getting, lie led bis wife away, and when she called him a "low down he slapped her and tied her to a post with a thong with a snap to "bluff her." This she undid.and, getting on her bicycle, shouted to the children that it was now a matter for tho police, and she went on to Cardstoli, with the police court proceedings following. He de- nied that ho had struck his wlfo more than once, and at tlie same time said that she had slapped him. -After the end of March the daylight! service through tlie Crow's Nest Pass! wili be discontinued between Crow's j Nest and Cranljrook. The 'present! SHOE REPAIRS For host work at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 683, 9'10 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acactia Building 312 Third Avenue South IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES. PHONE 146S BTH ST. S. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS Quality GROCERIES 35c am'65c Ripe Lobster 2 tins for Wilkinson's Knglish Lie- pf orice Candy; per Ib. ...DDC Fancy Mixed per Ib............. per Ib............. Comb for Aberdeen Herrings- 2 tins for White Spring Salmon _ tins for Kerr's Special per ib............. Fancy Mixed Biscuits: per Ib............. Itoyal Jar Queen Olives Clark's Tomato buttles for Soap Chips 45c 45c 65c 45c 15c 65c 45c 80c 70c 40c, 70c, jUC !ab; 's Own Soap f p '2, boxes I D C f g IDC M p 45c Prunes Her ib Prunes Size Strak 0-t'edar Mops for Dainty Lunch witli care from a home-made receipt, without olivo per liottln ............JUC Nectar Touii: Port Wine; quart size Ijiiffy's Sparkling Apple Juice STORE OPEN ALL'DAY WEDNESDAY CLOSED ON GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 25 TREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 AND 1365. t> .j. BRIGADE ORDERS 18th Brigade C. F. A. 20th Battery C. V. A.. Major Evt. Lt- Col. C. C. Stiblmrd, TJ.S.O. 39th Battery C. F. A., Major W. liarnacal. 22nd March 1921. No. 20 Parades: 13.45 p.m., Armouries open; 7.15 p.m., .squad parade, B. S. M. Tay- lor. Dress: Drill order. Detail: 7.-15 p.m.: Brigade will be drawn un in column of batteries and Inspected by battery commanders; 5.00 p.m.: Brigade In review order, nfflcers front, for inspection by JJcu't.- lienoral Sir IT. E. Burstall, A.U.C., Iv.C.B.. K.C.M.U. S. 13 to gun drill, I.lent. Short; spare gunners, equip- ment. Cpl. Hooch; spare gunners, lay- ing, Sgt. Hendrie: C. O. and (i men, rifle drill, Lieut. Lowe; drivers, har- ness fitting, B.S.M. Taylor; signallers, practice, Sgf. Lothian; trumpeters, practice, Cpl. Russell. Strength Increase llatterj- C. F. A.: Taken on itrcnglh with effect as from i Milk From British Columbia Pacific Milk is the only milk now put up west of Ontario. It baa the flavor and goodneso typical of milk from tin; T-'raser River Valley. It is only logical that this' nature- favored district should produce good milk be- cause the cows can graze out of doors all -winter. Pacific Milk never tastes of the tin because wo use an improved process ami a solderlcss tin. PACIFIC MILK CO., LTD. Factories at Ladner and Abbotsford, B.C. P. Burnt A Company, dis- tributors for Alta. Satk. HAVEN'T YOU HEARD OUR CUSTOMERS PRAISE QUAKER BREAD Ask any one of them. Quaker Bread is cvan better than it 'used to be, which is "going some." John Gi'more Ltd, Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. EASTER COOKING TEA and PANTRY SALE BY THE WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TO THE Y. M. C. A. ON SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 25 From 3 to 6 p.m. At the Y. M. C. A. FOR GOOD FRIDAY KI RKBY'S BUNS MILLED FOI? THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR.DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU No I'l.'tur is without Hot Cross Duns. If iroulu b? Jii.it. like Chriyi mas -without the Christinas stockings. The children are kinking forward to Hot Cross Buna for Good Friday, just tin- fame as they looked forward 10 Christmas for their Huns are made from new Australian currants, strictly i fresh cups and Hie licsi. materials The recipe used is i niii! with wiiicli .Mr. Kirkby hiin.'iolt' won sold medals in London, Eng- land, mid cities in Kurope. Homo of you tasted Kirkby's I lot Cross linns Ins! year. sed.M lum't disappoint tl'e kicblics and don't forego tin; pleasure of hav- ing Kiikby'.j I.'ot Crosii Jlinis for breakfast (Jood Friday morning, by to your unler. you run a risk not selling supplied. Last year ivc closed our doors oarlv. Irjinj unable tn supply the demand. IMeasc place your order early. TO OUR OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS I'luatii' state clcjrly tlie day you v.-iali order shipped from UitnbridRO. This will airt us greatly in netting your order io you as near Ciood Friday morning as train service will allow. PHONE YOUR ORDERS If tli-j order in f.ir dozen or more, they will bu 'inhered tJ any part of tin. clly between the hours of Thursday afternoon at i o'clock Friday afternoon. .Phohe 1627. 606 Third Ave. S, ;