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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THB LOCAL KBWB WHERE TOU BXPECI Tt THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S OP ,UVK LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, NOYEMBfifl.2, LETHPRIDGE, ALBERTA, SEVEN Delay Witli Cases in Court T Prompts Exdahn "Regular Humbug" Announcement His Lordship Made Severe on the Dilatori- ness of Counsel. "Regular humbug." This was the sentiment expressed by sir. Justice j Fjih criminal-sittings of-the Supreme Court opened on Tuos- day 'morning: -ivas brought forth cm'inR to a uuinber of., U cases not being rewlyvlo be proceeded J-ip L......' Sweat GraM banker, was held OTer until aaxt charged with gross indecency, pleaded riot guilty and elected for a trial by jury. Alfred Dotty, on tie charge of perjury, pleaded not gnflty and elected for a Jury. Alfred Tracy, charged assault, was not present in Albert (jcssinghaos, charged yjth assault, pleaded-not guilty and "'asked for a trial by tho judge. Karl Clark, on ball on a charge of wound- with cbsehco.otiwltnesses, and also ol (Mcr.'lvils were out ou biiil but Yrhb failed to .kp present to answer to the charges preferred ag- aliisl them.' His made sev- erp fatrlcturca oil this method of un- readiness on the part oC counsel and of-those who failed to lie thero at the time Court was announced to be open- ed. "As far as I aui concerned 'Jhe said "I shall not allow the court to be made a farce, it In regular, humbug .__ ______ was not'present. Fred Stayk, who pleaded not guilty'at-the last sessions, will bo tried by the judge. Harry Ollnes was "not in couri to answer to his name, his lawyer C. P. Harris, took tha blame, saying he would be there at'nbijh.-' Charles Garner arid Arvid.- the :harge of horse 'stealing, pleaded no jtiilly, and electee! for ,a (rial by Jury Charges Withdrawn The charge of thbft'of cattle again? tho way the cnurt tuis been treated. IK J. A. Snow was the cases .not bcinn to be proceed- with I sbutl havo to make an ex- ample of those who have not made it their business to be present." At pnson. Crown Prosecutor, IJr.'C. P.s Cony beare, K.C..'as. also the chp'ree o the theft of wheat against JOB Park least one.such example was niadc by his Lordship issuing a warrant for the appearance oi one Hexton, a wit- ness in-tlte Stuyk caso, wliicli had to' be held oyar. it was not til! an hour.after it was opened "that'the court was able.'to gel down to business 16 the pleas put fonvimrtor postponement of. cases The lion-jury case; against Alber Geaslnghaus, assaulting, as alleg J. Heline'ri'i a fariiier of ,Iroi Springs, is proceeding. Therallegei assauit'-ls Etated to liave'taken plac on the farm bf Helmef, while Oesslng haus, 'along joe Parkinson, wer moving a quantity" of "wheat from th farni jo the elevator, IHe wheat being by learned In the fact that) claimed by Parkinson'to tjo his, In __. ._ tjiat of the crop from his raruvwiilch he had leased Helracr the witnesses 'were not all to and, iii oic case a defendant repre- sented by counsel not expected to bo ou crop, payments. Following the'in in''ths city until .This was cideht -Parkinson was charged with tho Harvey GHnes, of fsccr, rtSeft o' the wheat, and at the rirelim- a charge, as alleged 'of robbing; the iua'ry. jroceeding' remanded-': to, trial, post bMco and another of' stealing a heifer. The case' of jiex vs. as related above, Sva's 11. A. Smith is ap- Herald has hired a new re- porter.- His'name It Burgess and his job will be gathering the newt of the Green Meadows and the Green Forest and the Old Forest From time to time he will send In items from the Smiling Pool and tell what goes on up and down the Laughing Brook- even as far at Paddy Buvere dam in tbe Big in other words Thornton W. new and hitherto unpub- lished Bedtime Stories are to ap- pear .In the Herald beginning In today's issue. Mr. Burgees Is tho man who die- covered a new-'world and peopled It with a most delightful folk. Through'the magic of his pen mil-., lions of have come to and love thi Little People of thCiWpods and fields. Careless, curious .Peter whqse-home is ,ih the' Dear' Old Brier Patch, but who rarely stays there, being too' busy .his -wabbly rjose ihtorother folks' business, Is the- creation of Mr. Burgess.' Life Is full 'of excitement for Peter, for by day Reddy Fox and Redtall the Hawk are forever on his trail, and when Jolly Round Red Mr. Sun puts on his nightcap I 2nd goes .to bed and' the-Black Shadows creep out from behind .the Purple Hills, Hooty the Owl pursues him relentlessly. But they never catch him. That Is one of the features of the Bed- stories that commend them to careful, are'nev- er any tragedies In them to wring childish hearts .arid Impel terrify- ing dreams. Peter. Rabbit doesn't Is, after he reaches the friendly shelter of the Dear Old Brier; m.ore Frog, who remembers when, the world was young, resents the endless efforts of Ldnglegs, the Heron, to make a meal of him. It'-ts part of the game, and there are ho hard feel- Percentage Taxes Collected Shows s An Improvement l WANTS SPEEDY TRIAL during October, st the eud of whJch month the eight per cent. dUeount period oxplrfed. amouut- :t to M agalnit 513.812, iu :he month last year. lu addl- fon to tbla EUm paid in taiei In arreare. Prom the o! Jan- uary to the mi of October the total amount in'current lazes paid was I J375.268.19 making .the collection, (16.16 per of .the total lotled. In tho sama period last year the amount paid was being 65.43 of the total collection. Andy- Harball, who was'to be arraigned at thej Supreme Coarl for cattle stealing, elect- ed for speedy trial by Judge Jackson on Tuesday morning, Then the court opened.' Ufa Honor postponed tho hearing to December, 11th. Public Luncheon On Occasion Of Visit Of Premier Program for Visit Mipped Out At a Meeting of Local More Gamblers. Appear in City Polic'e 'Court And. Are fined the meeting held for the purpose the Y. M. C. A. on Monday night. A, public luncheon win bo tendered him at the Masonic hall at 1 p.m. on Mon- day, November 8th, on which day ho arrives In tho city. Brigadier-General Stewart will preside at the luncheon. A. was appointed chslrman to npmlnalo members of the luncheon committee. Immediately after tbe luncheon Premier will from ..the local Q. W. V. this be ,will attend the Central School, where -he will address the pupils tetween 3 o'clock and 3.30: From thB'iCentral 'bt, Gueriii, the for Gessinghaus. OrProgramlor Tuesday The dty tax-sals held at 10 certificate, must first be paid o'clock on'Tuesday -N'ovember a Lux" sale p'urchaper pays any It being on ,which thfi' taxes levied subsequent to Union of Alberta Municipalities will Tor which tho Ipnd, 1s sold these taxoyi open its convention here, It is pos-; nVl cent: must also be paid la that on for an order to hour and Vdjo'uniefiMiritU af- ter the convention, 'Which lasfts two! tlays. more than one'lnt-.Is: includ-' ed in parcel advertised has the power to sell one or. more Iota. purchasers are asked tn .make their wfehcs known- In th'is re- spect. J T .will -receive n certifi- -cate containing rlesjcription' of lau'l purchased, These, 'cerllf leads' may he assigned: by endorsement on the back thereof in which sase.thn assignee 'pfjp.nK" cWaser. The purchaser Iho right- to protect the property from despoila- ilonr ttc.f Init will not have. the right possession (nntil redemp- tfoii haa A nientoranduDi las sale- will made by the registrar at. tliu "Land Titles office against all -lauds sold. The period during, VMch lands may ho redeemed is limited to one .year from the date of salo as adrertisod.. To re3eem property-the total taxes and costs as adverifsed plus 10 per cent pins for a tax redemption O. EOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 56 Acadia Building 612 Avenue South Lands shall-ba considered .to have 11} EOl2 day >adyertlsed with- >ut reference' to'any adjournments of tlip: .sale that :tday take" place. The tax sale does net affect the by means of distress. The first contribution will found -on page fourteen. be At the city police court, on Toes- day, another bunch'bi gamblers faced tho magistrate. The joint this time was on the'south sWo, over-the Al- berta Grill :on Fifth Street. The keeper, Jop was fined {50 with costs and' three frequenters with costs. To go to Halifax was tho order giv- en by Magistrate ffwln to Robert Beard, brought up 'on the .charge of disorderly conduct .under the influ- ence of liquor. .The defendant hailed from the Nova Scotia city and had a j return ticket, which he was told to .HEIMUB Succeeds in Examination at Ai- University to Prac- tise Osteopathy The following' candidates In profes- sional examinations have been suc- cessful at the of AlberU speedily as possfllle In getting the Y. M. C.- A; where he wUi ba tertained by the .local- Council Women and will address them. The mass meeting in the Majestic Theatre will be held at 8.15 p.m. wltli W. S. Ball In the chair; y There will be a reception" leo to nieet tho Premier on hi? al at the station, composed of Simpson, and H W Long Tha following added were appointed Publlci'y tee, S. Kirkham and C. P. Jamleson; nn.ance.. committee, King, chair- man, to appoint his mitti-e, hall committee, It R David- son, ehalrman, with power to appoint his committee; automobile committee; Stanley Kirltham; permanent" tee, W D I. Hardle and H Boyd, with power to add t'o'. their numbe'r. Passed examination for license practice- mediclho Vermilion. Alta. Dr C A Haysmer CalgaT> Alta Dr. T. F. J.- Winnipeg, Man. Dr. v Morton Myers, Carmangay, Passed examination for license to practice 'osteopathy Dr. J. B. Horning, Lethbridge, Alta Granted supplemeutals Dr. W. A. Anderson, Hardlsty, Alta surgery and medicine. Dr. It C. flyers, N ickorson pithology and bacteriologi Dr S J M Bjers Simbey Alta medicine and midwifery and gynacco logy. Passed examination for license to practice dentlstrj Dr. William .Gree'n'.1 Kilmouton. Passed examination for nurses out of town. The U. V. A. campaign in the leth bridge constituency, .that commenced registration Muses Ina Giles, H. M Ducy D I Brnnken, R.: Rowe.'M 'Me- a on s A ct GRAIN MOVEMENTS i SHOW DECREASE MONTREAL, Nov. Tbe total amount Of grain passing rtoiyn the Lachine canal in October 'sbows a de- crease .bushels, as compar- October, 1919, tbe'total being in tnat month bnsnels In October 1920. Products, reported this morning. Can vasserE direct Calgary, so. that-figures-willmot, be, obtainable in Ueilibridge. however.stated, that fifty, per cent. northern section terday by canvassers. Ths, success met with was all that conld be expected.' Some farmers did'not have the necessary six dollars-membersh'p right at hand and in every .such case they promised as. soon az possible. Tho. of farmers who have subscribed to-the membership drive in this section is. quite large, Mr. Hamilton said.' DON'T FORGET Tiio onfy place where you can get your shoes repaired by. prac- tical shoemakers 3s at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street Phone 8 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Hell and 4 Grintcd gary M supplemnUl in inedica blisses L and E V Stei enson Fdmonton, Hisses i, 5! m gon and M P Smart, Calgarj Headquarters for the New Wholesale Rubber and Footwear'Company Floor space has been obtained by the Great West Rubber and Footwear Harding and Coolldge Seem T( Be Favored in (he Election Gossip in .City i Interest in tbe result of the United States election, which is being held today, Is running high in All morning The Herald's lelephones were kept interested parties. The interest-is hot confincl to Leth- bridge nlone but extends over the en- lira south of the province. Dopasters in LetUbrldge consider tbat Harding and Coolldge have good chances of goiug -victoriously to Washington while Coi and Rouaevelt hare strong followings. The Herald has arranged for a good service on election results from.the United States for its patrons and to- night will ba in a position to give to the public all.the latest nevs; it is expected the first returns will bo re- ceived about five O'clock and thny will be from eastern'pofots.' By telethon- 3o., Ltd., in the Dominion Block, 0. B. Edgett announced this morning. This company ia the one organited by erald Bletche'r formerly of the Stand- ard'-Bank and Asa Parks, formerly of HutuSr-Systc-nis, Ltd. At the present tima Mr. Bletcher and Sir. Parks are in eastern Canaaa in the interests of their' firm. The lease on the premises obtained call for Immediate occupation and there- fore the Greenfields Exchange and tho Trades and Labor Council have had to find neiv'iiuiif tei-s: 'The' Bible Sludenfs have "also" had to look for aluew meet- ing place, their present quarters being taken over by the new Lethbrldgo ing 1224-or-1252 this information can bo obtained. Result Ejll also be bul letined on tbe front windows: of tht. Herald building.. Arrests_ for drunkeness-In .Boston during tfio last court a.probi billon less in the preceding 12 months. "THE L'AST OF THE ZANE GREY'S GREAT STORY, WITH .WtLi LIAM FARNUM. READ THE STORY AND SEE THE GREAT, PLAY AT THE SOON. OLD-TIMERS, ATTEM10N! THE, ANNUAL MEETING will "be held m- the Board 6t Trade Bulldlc-g. at 8 o'clock, oh .the. evening ot Tuesday, Nov. 2, PLEASE ATTEND BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 62S GREY BLANKETS 64" x Regular Mow HAVE YOU TKltD "OLDCHIEF" If not, ask your grocer for'this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us have his name.. People that have used It say it Is good and come bach for more and you will do tjie All the leading'grocers in tbo city arc handling this flue brand of, butter. .._ Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. !929 Always in good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will nialse tlilt'Vate a favorilo with you, loo. The Yale FIFTH STREET SOUTH EVERYBODY BOOST the MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN AND HELP ALONG THE Comtriunity Boys' Work The "Y.'-JIr.d A." is a community orgahiza- ,tion, and to perform its full measure of service it the support of all citizens of Lethbridge. Be a by boosting for your home city and its institutions. V "LES'f'YOU boys of'today are the of tomorrow. OWINjG TO DECLINE IN THE IUTTER MARKET Cream prices will be as follows; No. 1, Sweet, per Ib. butterfat. .80c No. I Sour, per Ib. butterfat. ,S2c No. 2, Sour, per Ib. butterfat, ,49c These prices will take effect October 27th and until further notice, PHONE1576 Health of Nose, Throat and Lungs TUESDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 4 (BY HYRUM SMITH, D.C} The heallli of the nose] ttui throat and the.lungs is important at this season o.' the }ear stoppage is but Sore." throat-'in'ortorea with digestion and unls-isrrjulclily inastereii, infects the T.ung ailrrienta are re- sponsible for; more deaths than anv other All tliese torhis of weakness are caused by slight or sarious displacement of jolnls ot the splno in'the region at tho base of the, neck. The' trouble may be agsraviled by Bad, or stooping position. Chiropractic spinal adjustments remove- the pressure upon spinal nerves to these organ's, and with this'-a rsmov ed, the healthful' condition of nose, throat and lungs hocomea a certainty. No Return of Trouble After More Than a1 Year "I suffered untold misery from asthma and b'-ilarrli, cvch since 1 a girl. I could not lie down at night. I tried one doctor after another, and every Iiatent medicine I heard r About aliteon months ago 1 .started, chiropractic .adjust- ments and became well. TtTlg now more than a year since, ar.d I have hart no returu. of tho aliment." Matilda Sears, Chiropractic Research Bureau, Statement N'o. 133811. Consultation ia without charge or obligation, HYRUM JU'NE.'B.. SMITH SMITH CHIROP'RACTbpS 205 Sherlock Block Phones 1677 and 1441, HIROPRACTIC CORRECTS FOILOWINQ 'ml LOWER PISHED NERVESilMP'OSSIBlf TO FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES LIFE TO THEIR OR6ANS AND TISSUES. JND ;