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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Xetbbribge All The Local News You Expect It "MONDAY, SEVEN 1'armers' Kjrc and Hail Places of Sub- scription litre Tin? Ic.id hflJ In ilio in Iho Victory cainpjtgu by sub- ilfplrlcl IJ, Supervisor J. Uawden, up lo Friday, was ivrtBtcd al J o'clock h'uluiUuy aIIcmoon by BUbdlstrlcl C, riujiervisor lliiffli Crawford. Tie iiiuuuulK In obtained by the various (cams, on Saturday, up lo ihc Iliac naiiieJ. were: sub-district C. flO-50; suldUtrki jj. J79QO; sub- district 91160. Tim total EubficrlpUous ?iaiullng tu tie credit ol IHe up to o'clock Saturday were: Supervisor llugli Crawford. dub-district 11, .1. Davrtkn, f33.4jQ; Bub-UlstrlcL D, Suiitrvlaor 0. U. KdgeLl, One-third Subscribed The up lo Saturday is which in-jcl'iulljr imounle lo one-llilrd of tlie allotment ol thu Ixjllibrldgo canvassing In one-third of llio tJiuo. A subscTliitlou of Las octn allotted to iho IjCtlibMdEc a BBC; sine nt by tho IVinurn' Hall and Kirn Insur- ance Co., with In (.'pi- nary. Their allotment of (5000 lo tlie Victory Louu tiSB beoil In itiu aums ol lo J.cthbridge anil Irj Ctilgary. Lcthbrldgc with so far re- r.ciled, USA obtained onc-iialf o( sum of netL'asary 10 olj tbc Uono. r :g. SNOWFALL IN 12 DAYS IS 18.9 INCHES _____ TliouRh few vlll credit 11, 18.0 IiH'hosi of moisture have fallen In the storm wl'icli be- gan Oct. 21 aii'l ivhlcli lias rag- ed Intermittently ever since. This la tlio In [urination given out by Supt. b'olrllrld of Hie Experimental Farm today. In ihe Saturday and Suuday week- t-nd storm, 4.'} Inched of Enow (ell. Tlie lotal precipitation In iba pa.-t Ji! Jays is l.Sti In- thes, bringing tlie year's total to almost 12 lucbes, the hwv- ieEl In three years. "Tlie storm is as good an Ihe Oclo- ber anovBiorm of Mr. KNQX CHURCH ADOS v 15-PIECE ORCHESTRA v Ten Per Cent Sold Locally Says I1. L. in Letter lo .Mil v or aomelMng of an innovation in the city churthes was linro- ducetl in. linox thurch. Ht ihe Sundny eten'iig servh-o, in a fliiefcii-plece orcliL-sirn let suji- TilcnumL iLc itb very pleasiug results. innsu-al itJdilion tu nj uvfc u vory aitractlve OIK'. Tlje way of nved on Saty. i, rlic output oi ilie ij needs, I'm lion was rpi-oivpi; f'om .Mr. f. was sli In r in mines u r wins commuiii-CL-- by Mayor llarJI? 1 initli, mniia-X'-r, fl natural M-'Gurrcs, f.'algjry, in to a IctEi.r uuing alU-iiuon >n "LcihbrJdge during (lie rtcen: cold .spell wns in exactly the batnc iiositxn hundreds of mljtr plates sc.iliero'l ]nil over the country, immediately the 'first indication o( coM went ho- up- everybody f-eom lo inako un their minds that Ltiey gc-L in tlifiir winter's coal vviTlioui further l.ty. We liavo on our books orticrs [for a irany inorf: carloads of Ti rcoal limn WP will he :ilil': tu deliver, Ccremdny of IJeing Made Chierlnnd tllo recc.Ilt (.oM ,Vl, Of niRCkfeel Picked as Mftin werc Proili'.cliis m xs man- C.P.R. WELL DESPITE Coal Traffic is Enormous Which i Complicates the Shipping j of Stock Considerable Inlcresl Shown By 1 Intending Night School Students Ft a tu re Ills Rotal Highness' visit to Leth- brlrtge ag seen through an English ner as possible. Lcthbridge received Over 10 ccni of the production.1' Strcts May Se Relieved "Wli'le we arc eiinniiply auxioiia ilia; we should be able lo laky care of all orders still you cin rinan's eyes, is told an thnl it is HOI nos- calilc sent (mm Lethbrldgc for us ,0 our Famous Explorer Who Speaks Here Thursday Night Will Tel! of Silent Places Among Ihe niiny InLeresting Ibings that VUhjaTmiir Steranssoti- will des- cribe wbon he speake at Wesley Quurcb, Thursday cveniop, will Jm ft'ccounL of the HCo nnd customs ot ah unknown, people. These people were round by Sletansson upon a previous expedition to tbo Polar regions, ami on this YOjrago tlio explorer spent con- siderable time among Tho iritio nnd will be prepared lo a vivid UCE c'rlpLlon of Ibcni in hla lacturce on the liietoTcry ol Iho liew Arcllo contin- ent Tlio Blonde Eskimos are inliablte ot one o'C tbc islinds In the Arctic Sen, nnil up to the limo KlefaiiEsoi rlsltcd their ialariO, uo vrbile know or their existence, and Slefans son hlmsclt wns imnble Lo tell much nboul them because of the Ihnltcil time he spent on the 'slfln'l at the by Douglas Newton of the Chronicle" of London: Today the Prince is eaat of (he Rockies and IE again In the prairie land of ftrnin and coal and Re4 Indians Red Indians at this moment. Half aa hour ago he ivaa stand 1 OR on tho fine furs scattered on the earlh floor of Chief Weasel Fat's wigwam. was receiving nn old and historic horned headdress tbat had been worn by" a lino of redonblablc and WR3 dcrepting the name and rank of le. "Red chief of tho blood tribe of the Ulachfeet nntlcn. He met the outnofltfi of this tribe at [acleod. a small town to which he irnc worn ing ILrough first snowfall, TVhlch powdered nil the vnl- leyr- nnd slopes of foothills. Braves and Squaws Hero a group ot assembled braves and squaws, In their bright clothes, gave color to the hearty welcome giv- en by the citizens of the little and, ot the moment, bleak plains After getting: some exercise, the Prince travelled on over the prairie to Lothbrldgc, crossing tho wide deep span through wlilch the Belly River drains, to the plateau upon which Lcthbrldgc atanxh, like, In (be distance a toy town 1n outline against the sky. Lelhbrlilgo IB mixture of the plain, j and the pit. It la a great grain centre, and there Is no mistaking Its prairie i air, yel superitnitoscd upon this At- Is nlinospherc, say, of a Lancashire town, for coal and other mines touch a sense of dark in- dustrial bustle the easy air of a plain own. In apUc of lowering and cold weather to l-ethlmdgc for a few A ays in ordtr tlial the winter's supply may b-? put in. We will do ibu very Ijtsl we can, and 1 understand tliey hnvc been z'tv for tlie Insi day or two an car to LeUibridgc. but 1 think Hi1 ircscnt stress will be relicvc-il iti the course of a few days, pariiciiLary if prcseut holds LACKS SALT PARIS, Nov. Salt hns bctn add cd to Iho list of comniortiiies lacking At ilic week cud, in an'ordauce with .uiiounccnicnls pnbr'sbed in the Her- id, iuteudinfj Btudenln of the. Night Schools1 tu bs for Ihe nexi moiitliB. Held 'j Dr. lllack. supc-rintendent of sdioolp, for lit discussion ol plans. propo.i- als and recnniniendations flirted uyon .ia.ve yet to be comlrniHil by Lhe pub- lic r.nd .separate school and must then he justified by n suffi enrolment. It is exijecttd. however. Ihai u special coursu for "fire bosses" will he offered in response to tb of a uunibor uf ainbiiiou? young men at Ihc A course In practical physics atid Ics is desired by many and .will piob- ably Iju available. and arith- metic and the rights and o! citizenship be to a dull classes ot St. llasll's iind n special high school entrance class will be conducted for retarded punils. Tiic young men who waited on Dr Though iliere lias been a fall o" oighieeti indies of snow, ra a rougu si.liDia.tc, there has lieeii hindrance to iho C. P. U. lo- cally, fts the snow plow has bec-u very busy. OIS-JIIR to the biK drifts in tho 1 south country, t-ausc-il by the j the plow went out on .Monday morr.- j TDK to bring in ibo train from '.here. The C. 1C. local system is very J busy wUb the amount of cars DIOTIEII; with cual. There is at prescQt an average of tlirce hundred rars moving daily. A triluload of 17 cars rarnc In on Saturday from tlie Crow's Nest coal area, aud V> o( those wtre divert- ed to the uortli o! the province, whero there is u dea.aud lor coal. On Mon- day ]10 cars were on the line loaded with coal going to Ihc Tho COIL! traffic Is so enormous that it is block-lug the movement oE sloc'K shSpping. Tliere are at present 'JUO applications for cars for shipping alocK wliicU hare to lie moi. L uLlcH-tirm of nrrenrs of porAonal IjU'siivtss Itt city has n placed on the u: ilic 11. C- Agency ui ibe rale of five per CCT.L. witli a minimum rate of on <3ch Hem collected. This IIUA been considered jicci'ssary by 'be city ihai Uiero is a large ainoun: oi arrears iu IJUSJIICES personal taic-3. nut] it Is essential thai ilit.-u arrears should nil by collected by December 31st. The city assessor has been In supply Mr. Karris wl'li a list arrears immediately. CAPT. T. H.-HUTCHISON Who is one of the speakers al in Km n co. For a fortu'ehi hcoti Impossible to iirocure Ulaefc exnreascd their to hv.ajpay ai the rate of a inotitli anil 10 i an additional deposit as n many of the I'arls ghops. Lack sntee ot regularity, but official nn trangnnrlfttton facilities )s declarer! to iiounceinent regarding the fees cat be the chief causu of the shorUgo. not' be maita (or a day or so. It goca timo of hlfl prcvlotin Tlslt, Whclber the hlonden are real ones or have discovered a new process Ibal will wreck tlic peroilde market will not be JlvulfieJ, until tbo cjtplorrr arrives to tell ue all about It. NOTICE We have opened a department for repairing automobile radiators and have lull eqvupment for handling all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. without Earing thai the fees will be implderably lower tban would be pos- sible i( llic night school was being conducted ?.s a comnic-rclnl ontprprisc or gain, Prospective biudcnis are urged to send their names and addresses Superintendent" Black before the nfnR oT (he first classes oo Mou- lay, Norembei1 10th. Jloya' and Girls' Lea-iershlp con ojiening at ibe Y. M. C. A. tonight. MEDAL FOR DEST STUDENT .KINGSTON. Out.. Nov. Ue.tn (Coleman lias received from the govtr- i nor-jeneral a beautiful silver medal, j to ue given to ihu stuileiu wlio made hlglipsi BtflndiLiu In the Queen's Although volts of tleclrlclty passed through him at the Heading. Pa., power plant, llobert Hrlcker ;.s still allvo and may recover. (acuity of education lasc term. The medal is engraved on one side willi Ibe heads of their eicelltnclee. ihu Duhe ami Duchess of on the opposite side with the coat or arms of ihelr house. At a mculng ot the faculty ihe medal TV.IS awarded to Miss Olive Clark. M.A., of JlamEllQii. EUROPEAN TRADE MISSIONS IN PITTSBUHG Nov. Drit- 15b, French, Belgian and Italian trade missions arrived here tcMiay on a spec- ial train. It is eaid, for the purpose of creating credlLs and buying comiuwll- (ies. The missions were e.ccoinpaulcd by officers of the United Slates cham- ber of commerce. CLUB CAFE SCITC Iho Dust 35c Meal In Ihc CUr. Quick Service, Oar Coirce and French Pastry Is BUY VICTOBY BONDS Lethbrlilgo turned out in full strcngtb aud there was no mistaking Ihe leno'r of the greeting. A Gathering of Chief! It was ivhen the formalities wore orer that, his Floral Highness drove to he cihlbltlnn Erounrts IhroUKh crowds that Invaded right, up to the axlo of his automobile. Before a lino of wlgffnms on Iho ground. Ihoro was a gathering of, aquiline and Immoblto men j with strange dod-soundlng named.] Chief ".Shot on Toth Sides." Chief j "Weasel Chief "One Chief i "Many White and others, i bad gathered rtrcsacd In i times only feathers upon bowler hats In headed drcsscs. Hero the wonderful head-dress of horns and beads 5111) fur was given to tho Prince, together with, the name ot "Hed Crow." "Ucd Crow" is a name, of moment. with this tribe, for It has been held by fnmous chiefs and handed down I from generation to generation. An 1 old-tlmo "Red Crow" was ono of the chiefs -who signed Iho Wolscley Trca-: In 1S77, and, Indeed, "Ono Snot, whose voice can be heard Ihree miles." ono of (he chiefs, and an old and un- right man ol SO, was one of the sle- ntltorliv; nrospnt on tnnt treaty, i A Wigwam Interior After receklng his chieftainship llio 1'rincc asked 10 ate the inside of one of tho wigwams, and was taken into thnt ot "Wnnsel orer the door ot which pa In led n bald-headed cflgle. The wiRrranl was n fine and airy place, strewn with fine nigs decorated with bright strips of cloth, upon wlilcli In- diana and animals of chase were de- pleted, nnd containing a raltanwork bcii, mnilcal Instruments, and Ihn like. A -wood fire burned In the circular hearth, sending Us smoke up through Ihc opening ot lean-to poles that form- ed Ihc framework. The Prlnco chatted here with tho chlef.i .eTamlnlng tho medals given lo the Indian; br Queen Vlclortn and Klog Georjc, And In brlglit red robes squatted on furs Hi the side ot the wigwam listening silently. The Prince droro from (ho pasulng nndc.r an made of Indian clothes of while antelope skin, and foMhcrs, and went to Tovlcw the war reterfuns, royndlnc'Off his visit here Tflth a rlanco tonlghi, Grand Masked Ball K. of P. HALL Tues. Eve. Nov. 4 PRICES FOR DEST SUSTAINED I-ADY CHARACTER AND BEST GENTLEMAN CHARACTER. MUSIC BY CANNONEER'S JAZZ BAND WE ARE NOW SELLING NATIONAL PROSPER- ITY INSURANCE THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Bslmoral Bloik, Lcthbridgt Phone No. 651 Fire Iniurant; and Loans BUY VICTORY BONDS Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing We Also Clean White Furs, Gloves of All Kinds and Floor Carpets HIGH CLASS WORK AT LOWEST PRICES, REGULAR EVERY 10% Gentlemen 2-piece Suit preitsd only-. 5 3-picce Suit presssd only.. .75 3-piecc' Suit sponge cleaned and pressed only, from... .75 Suit sponge cleaned and pressed From 1-00 Suits French Dry Cleaned, from T.50 3-piecc SuK apor.gt Pressed only, from.- .30 and preneC sponge cleaned and Suit, French Dry Cleaned.. Pants Presied Only French Dry Cleaned, Pants sponge cleaned, 70 pressed 50 Pants French Dry Cleaned .65 Overcoat Prened Only Repairing Charges Extra Delirery Free Overcoat Cfeaned and pressed from 1 1770 BUY VICTORY LEE 402 13th STREET N. LETHBRIDGE, Tliroc wctks nT schocTilay romnnfc rosullpil Tn Iho elopement of n yonr-nlil girl wllh a 112-ycrtrolcl al St. AUCTION SALE TUES. NEXT, NOV. 4th ONTHE PREMISES, 340 19th STREET NORTH COMMENCING AT TWO 9HAHP FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED DY THE OWNER WILL SfeLL BY AUCTION THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING linnilcoinc Mk butfcl: oat illnlnf taWc; scl oak illnerf. DEIX OltOAX; wicker rocker; oak morris chnir; handsome parlor nullo In q'lnrlerecl oak comprhlng'scUco and pair clifllra. nil upholstered In iGAlhcr; oafc ovnl occasional table; brass trimmed bC'Is with coll Fprlngs and'mnltrusbCs; oiV slr.Jiri; loijcl 2 thesis drawers, single beila complcic; .Inp rug; desk cliair; kiltlien cupboard: kllcltecj choirs; kllchcn table; refrigerat- or; clcrlrlo Iron; kitchen cftblnet; Trashing mnchlnc; droplicad scirlnB machine In fumed onk cnblnel; rockers; garden tools, kilchen utensils; outatdo cttccls. ete.; alto MELOTONE TALKING MACHINE IN MAHOGANY CABINET WITH RECORDS TERMS CASH 0HONE3 "WADnlNGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" If You Are A Young Man you want a young mans Style of snap and smartness lhat only a young man can wear with ease and grace, Fit-Reform is showing a lot of Overcoats created and tailored for young See ihem. men. I Ftt-Pefohn McKELVIE fe McGUIRE ;