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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News r ZCbe 3Utbbrtoge Ibevalb All The Local News Where You Expect It i, VMS OF A.O.F. ALUL'UTA. SEVEN I'lciising Function Aloniiiiy Ev- ening Attended Ity Forty Soldier-Mcmlwrs o WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB v RENEWS APPEAL FOR SECOND-HAND CLOTHING MeiuliH-i uf Couil A.O.t'. anil Cuurl A.O.F.. kiM Hie Alborla on -MonJay Nov. 3. 1919- 111 honor uf Hie uwmbtii or tlto lodfcs 1-klUor Kcralil- lmvi> rpiuiiied fiom ovcrcwis. In Vt'oincn's Cific Cluli aH Ituivo over uiciabors l-.iko lliis opportunity o[ lo c.r tho twu orJcrs'liroseiil. paper and (o all tboso wlio I1 D L'II. Duiicn loasliiKislerj Jtumlcd their grateful ot III ci wir'cHlclPlil (ashiuLi. llu1 follow-) llio wonderful way in ivlik-li >'ou have hif licius ii'.C'posciJ: -King anil; swollwl tliclr finul for rtl'ef wort Muiilc iiroim-iccl 1% llro. Dr. TliomaOii; "Tilt Subsidiary i l.'ouu uf Hro. T. II. Klcetwcoil, I'. U.S. treasurer; rospondl'r, Brti. T. Ar- nold, D.C.H.; "Our Ik'turncil Llreth- E. II. llimker. I'.l'.ll., re- plunder. llro. T. ItohittVll, llro. A. Jim-Is; "Our l.cdBi's." Urn. ilni lie faruiors' fLUuilics In the Xol only linvo you President Maraock Home; Pleased jEngineer of Lethbridge Northern With Progress in Irrigation In the to Meellrustees Jj Now .Make Use of Every Agency to FurLlier Advance (he for Early and Am liable Settlement -of Division of International Wat- Uig Rush of llcrs From Scotland When Space Available. dtvoluil ni'jt-ll valuable space- 10 list. tin i staff have fjivcn mail your lime :uiit aiip'.-al v, ukU i they ;.nd liberally of In, and asks for rospomltfrs, Uro. J. uooH.s for Court tMiir No. SOflCi, Hro. XV. nf family. Hawkins, i.'oim V.Ktiy Mo. H-II; l.o Hro. MO.-CS Johnson, region-, school nye. -All M: court hnml hoots dor, llro. K. [lapcll. A silt-m imd Choi's .sent in, wlik-n worth It. it not every member V.'u endeavoring to I- children ol Lale and nearly a? a of fisvi'ral months' visit his native j President 0. Jt. Marnoch of >ie PoirJ o' Truilc, rctiinidl ilondiy ifiernooii from Scotland. He was j u Hit! hy u nu-iibi-r of of tho rGLiiu-iL uf hoard, wore nuinely to v.cicome back the liuatl ul [ho orgunizriticn. In inltri wiili (hf Mr. Mani-jL-li ho hid IKI-! a ptcaa aut visit r.nil found nmny Scotland desirous of cciuiing to Cana- wa arc having calls, for uiiflo sml using every ap- have 10 de-parted Lrtlbrwu marked Liu aildrojj of -svpicoiiir' (o HIP hon overt Eiie.-ts was lenumnl liy HID. not receipt! enough of ;liu ar-coml IMXt'.lt. j liauil and arc to lii'.y consldcr- -.idJoiinnnynL was made to the aMc. .SloukiiiKs. liio underwear ;ttti-r ihc loaMs hat] .shoes, aro in and been goiiu through, where the fullow- 1.1 e. was rendered: T. Iln-lnvtll. obsCiclc every availablr spacn 0 ovtrscas doJiiinions Lihi'cd. shipyint; J-'OIIR A. K. ol Vour Jim HoukrM. Biick to Kriii." II. IK-olccr. SL'lit; A. lien. CoiiLcrlino Fuller. Hooker, Arnold. 1 Powder K, J Ilcnloh. Kiiowiden. K. Hooker. T. rell. lily's D. Han- dlu. Jnr. muJc nn efficient nf KooJ ont-.n la very low. K fur buys of say five lo years is very scrrce, more Kirl.-i' arc Hcrtdin? jal-o bcinj; usl.wl for. tunnol at- lu buy new rlolhini; or Iicdtlintr. c'.otluus or licit-! Jclins our lownspcurlo run spare i will 'itIp someone' on fie [iniirif lo I The lutid which you have kindly raised for u.s will. go way in buying Hi'! neu" shuts for Uic kiddies iind the under- wear to keep tlicm warm. Many a child will he made more torr.forUible and many a parent's nnxiely relieved by ihe interest you IKIYK taken. Till; WOMAN'S flVIC CLUB, K. C. liayr, Hecretary. the Mnr liookeil availahlc, lioivevrT, ihe rush will hi :ind Canada will have firsi cat] ihc nmjority. Mr. Marnoch said he did not to comment just at present on the in- dualrJal unroll ivlik-h is -.igiiaiiiijj UK; Old t'oimiry as well as every tithoi- ]iart of liie worid. !le was in Hrita'n v-iitu the railway strike was mi aiul u'ti'lc a of of iho unrc-st. I However, .Mr. Mitnifjch confcr-.-rd ii.-j iiioro intcresied in ihe being made in irrJRaiion do-, voioyinciji in Southern Alhcrla Ilian anylhine oise JUKI now. during liis ivcpl he slumped at Ottawa, to see Hon. Auinir Mcighon and other aiulioritlo.s on the matter. Durini; Ihe course of his iu'.erview, dcLiliiif: irrifaliun mailers, he V.'hen we recollect lliat it Is less than a year ago Mini our farmers ivero beginning lo take an in Ihn for gellitit; irriealion for Hie ncfcs south and of U'thliridge; and Mint at tlir? of June this year Premier ft f, LADV VISITOR BUYS VICTORY BOND Victory h-ial .-nh- i.n -i tiv uddcj (o nn i, liy Ud> visiior to iho city at of ihfc lot al liunks. iouk up .le nf Sh not approached I ill Uv. b'.- irriLiU-L TO til' ih I h bank tan-d K> iiaini-. Th iiiiu-unl ot Uic s f and Merchants Hank is Kii-c Kcccnlk "C.P.R. PRESENTS FILMS OF CANADIAN TOUR OF H.R.H., PRINCE OF WALES MON'i ItKAI.. ai :cc ill.- ]ii-i Uiur PRESIDENT G. R. MAHNOCH of tbc lizard nf TraiU-. who reuirncil Monday iroin u visit tu whit-h vilL U- tlse course of c bank is J. II an officer am its opening two years !lc piirclKiECd ttie ,k icrosl C. l-uken- of '-0- >Jv. liugti Muckleslon, rhlet en- tur iLe Uethbriilsft Xorlh- i-ru Irrigation project. Is In the viiv lo toDfrr wltli The trusu-cs ot the- district vihicli has creri- ed. Mr. Mucklesion (hAi ihtn- noibitig In the way of L-n- Kitir'TinK hi rtpard i he projefi bui. there arc '.-criaLM technicalities whic-h have lo lie KOL over. Tbesc will occupy ;i lime in getting scitlod. He. is (.-onfidpiit Those will Itc overcome, "flu- Messr'. Crofl.; :ind Lever are u, nu-pl Mr. Mm-klMton IMs aCtcr- Mr. was [nslrnniCM- ul in llu-; building of Uic C. IV It. projects Past of Caljjary oM oi Uic ixnik n liu-incss ineis; ilic s are in Sweet y iril.nlary K. vro.-ultin, Micrt- a .'c liiinself as lie was rowd. for a compluie rc-conl of liis lynr lime cif liin diaiai'iun.1 froiu in August !a t to 'aciiic Railway to Duplicates of Ihis. film arc heiii3' pent lo ICujrlanJ for jnihljc lioii. OTTAWA MAN KILLED OTTAU'A. Xdv 1JL I.CiuIcus. Liiendem nf ijrimitiK anil sia- lioni-ry hi Uu- iLiiliiU deparnneiii. was kilted Katurdiiy when a grapli swejil him off. LI wagoa near I'etaivauii Hu fell 10 gronssiL Mini the of ilic- vehicle over body. had liccn 40 years in Uic dopurmi'iil anil wn-; oil au -jiniuai hunting trip Four Grove un lo a warehouvs in Si. I.Duis Linil rarried valued at while a man looked on. ihinking Nleliold and! John Mars: C. K. i And Narcotics Too Easily Ob- of Jury's Verdict in Death V.'E ARE NOW SELLING NAT10MAL PROSPER- ITY INSURANCE VICTORY 30NDS 'THE EDGETT moral Block, Lclhbridgc Phone No. 651 re Insurance and Loans "That in our opinion, tlic laic T. Hayes came lo hia cloath inrcuigh. an overditEO of morphine, ecli administer- cd, on or about tbc 'lay of Octo- hcr, 1915. in the known as the old Windsor Hotel, now operated as a rooming house. "We, Ihe jurors in Ire would respectfully draw'lho attention of Uic proper aulhorilies to the fact thai the Is Illustrated and Tells of Com- pletion of Exploration of the Esirtli tlt-.v'.h appears A'Uhmil vtopti ashier, Harry S. Xim of dirci-Jors Ifi tb-? rilicivt? namt'il autl M. i ST. Wonkm. of the rarmurs State Uanli. Cui Dank, .Montana. C. Jv. Wil-1 lintr.E-on hns tjcen connected wilh (lie Great Kalis National Hank lor pcreral years and has recently to awecl i hat liad lo be RQIIC ibrough have pro- ceeded very well. results from farming under ir- rigation on the Ions eslabllshed I2DT- at A CHOICE SELECTION AT THE ORDER EARLY FOR OVER. SEAS, JuugmK frnni the intercsl di-splayed in tho of Viihjalmiir to Lullibrhlse this week, when he will ho Iho guest of honor at a luncheon given by the Rninry Clnb Thursday nojn, when meraljcrs ol Ihc of Trade arc invited, and when ho will sneak nn Thurstlfiy CjVRiihis in Wesley Church aurlllorlum, tnc people of this elty are goiiiR to lake full advantage of Ihc educational fe.ilures of Ihc in- trepid t'xplorcr's visit. Stefansson, n Canr.dlnn bcrii, is credited wilh being and Ihc i who completed the explorn- difference ticn of Ihc ivorltl. Cciiinil'.nns laks n spetial pride in his exploits, nnd Lcth- bTirtge: pcopln pliould consider them- selves honorutl in being able to FC- jcnrc him for a lecture, 'The Ilolary Club, knmving bow popu- Ifir waa Slefanason's lecture in Cal- gary, is making special arrangements to ?rcnre Ihc allend.inte, of the niori advanced snhool piipilF, wtillc Tjtin drccln of school tcnchcvs here for annual district convrntion will hear explorer toll the secrets of the frozen north. Tlie lecture is profuse ly n trip, in fad, with Slofansson through Ihc sltcnL places of the no.'Lh, tries, i (jiven up for dead, Vilhjnlinur Htcf ansson, tlie fiinioiis Arctic explorer rclurncil as if from ttie grave to Ic! a .slory ol ndvenlurc.s Ihat arc like dreams of fiction; for in nddilion lo diFcovcriiiK a new land, he lells of a ncivly discovered people that live ainii ihc awe inspiring Ice mountains or the silent, frozen north- in his lecture that Tvill ht delivered it Wesley Clnivcli on Thursday even- ns. the Inlrepfd explorer will dcsorlbc he liarrowiiiG experiences ol five. lu a land of snow and Ice. lie rt-iP. Icll and sttll adrift. In a constantly moving, frozen Ho will rclato personal cncoun- wilh dcailly cletnenls for a "No Man's far beyond tho Arctic L'irclc Ihat pclcncc might be? served and tlie people of the earth Know nil loiil the pliinct. they inhabit. nccotnpllahmrnlg coin- plele the history of .discovering on ihis enrlh, nn honor that many men have lost ihclr lives In seeking, Slefansson nearly paid Ihc Etimc pen-; nUy will bo disclosed when tie Id 13 i his story on tht Icnlurp platform. I 000 a err 3 under Haymoml. CoalJaic and Ihis year hnvo been splendid. TIv acre extension ot tliis .system at Tahor in now nnifpr coiLslrucLioii. TheMOO.'JCi) acre Lclhliridgc Xorthftrn too nasiiy." The above was the verflfct of the coroner's jury at'Ihe inquest over [fie remains of tin? la to T. Hayes, who was discovered (lend L ihis bed in, the Windsor Hotel, on Ocl. [5th last. Tlic inancst presided ilistrirl lias hetn fuliy orcanizyit and onslrurLum should be in llio! prlng; I'liileil Irrigation' istriet west of C'anlston is also pet- mg near LUe :iclunl conslruction The main IhiiiK that nrc all con- cerned now is tnc looking for all points of contact with every ;orpriinicnt, association, corpora- Ion, [iml indlvidiml tint can help us ind Ihc removing of every poinL of IHfcmncc. We more liy innkint' friencJy than by looking for enemies. As lo Iho just division of Ihc walcrs iCiUvccii tlio Unilnd Stales antl Can- ida. surely livo nallon.s who liavc hcicn itid arc standing shoulder to shoulder ivith each other on affairs nf much ligher iinpiMaucc arc not to illow human progress to he iniptdcrl by frazzling over forms ol Surely it will ho possible to discover Find make effective 'IIEJ oC iiraclical means whereby the gifts of nature in tlie mountain waters can be fopul made available for tho greatest num- of farmers in each ol Ihc conn over hy Coroner Humphries. The jury were: G. U. Morris (fore- I-1- U. KytaiLdB. n. Melcnlf, M. Carson, F. Stettlinan, John M. Tay- or. Confirmed Drug User The evidence disclosed Hint tho tle- was a confirmeil isser of dnisa UK] that he had liern p.ddiclpd to itiis inhit for a! least tM'cnty yrarp. Tins divulged in the tcaiimony ot s'ie Carpon, wlio was living with liim came to I.othhridgo with ibc rlc- ccascd sonic three months ago, hey livc-d in the river bottom, hctl of USE (lead man at toinul a spoon for '.cr.'.hi hi The public library has now s. KIULII- hcrship of CHI. BookK exrhan.gCiFdur- the' month ot Oclobcr amounted to HjGS Then? will be new on tliQ yhclvc.i in ihtv I'tmrsc1 of a few In the interests of health tir- rangcmeuts arc beine made to have alt fumigated. asUcrt lo excbange bopks hy S oVloc-k lonighl. if possible, EQ as lo in I erf c-re the book ecinmilleu. roojned Dora lie left there on ihe Saturday previous to his death, saying he solng out lo look for rooms. Dr. Roy, who made the au- loj'sy, stated (lie remains uorc every cvirlc-nce of (he, deceased nfidiclcd lo Ihc drug habit. NOTICE We have opened a department for vepairmg automobile radiators and have lull equipment [or handling all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. BUY VICTORY BONDS phine and also :i bypiiilcrmic nntdle. he had liiken a dose be fore lie c-ipirtd. On his found n note Iron? one IJor.i Sago to Ilcd CVos5 Klorc, asking UUT. (he hearer be Eupplicd wilh 20 gratis and that she would down an-i soltlc for Uic Fiimc. vas on thci Saturday previous lo Sunday, October 12th, on whirh day the deceased is presumed to nnvr romc hy liis1 dcatii. A Painter by Trade Deceased a pn Inter by trade, and belongcil lo Tncomn, coming from Great Falls, After rcmainiiip some limr iit thi; river holtoin, be and the woman h-- with canit; up r.n.l CLUB CAFE We SOITC Iho Host 35c Meal in the Clly, QincH Service, Our Coffee and Krcjjch Pastry U nirfarcni. BUY VICTORY BONDS CALGARIAN FINED; MAD BANNED BOOKS Al the police court In Cnlsnry, llolv prt. Kmory wag fined cosf.i for hclng in poiispsslrm of lianncd Ih- craliirc. These, were six cop- ies of (he Clarion and tw-n copies of Clnas iverc rlls- coyorcd in Iho rcsldenco of the ac.- In n eearcb made In3t July hy Lobb, of the IIX W.M.P., Ulhbrldge. AUCTION SALE At GRASSY LAKE, Alta. On SATURDAY, NOV. 8th AT ONE O'CLOCK 15 Head Work Horses 59 Head Cattle 1 matched lenm of nddinfjs, 5 years old, 3300 los.; I bay geld- ing. S years olil, 1200 Itis.; 1 Jennie mule, S years old, 1100 Ihs.; 1 team matched geldings, yeai-s old, 30ro Its.; 1 team malchrd pcHings S years old, 3100 Ibs.; 1 bay marc, 4 years old, 1600 lha.; 1 niarc, 4 years oM. 1200 Ib3., wilh coll by side; 1 gelding, S yearn old. 1201) S choice dairy cow.', freshen soon, 33 choice "dairy cows, freshen in spring; IS head one two year old heifcra nnd steers, very choice; 1 UolstDhi hull. 3 years old; 1 Ford louring car, 1917 model, good shape; 1 New Dri-il wagon. complnle. tip lop Ijox; 1 Dcering hinder, S fool cul; 1 2t Marker double (iipc Van IJrmit drJU; I John Deerr, gang plow, nearly now, r.ubblc arrl brenlccr luiioms: 1 sc[ steel ccinallxcra; J 5 section llo-s 1 Arm.1 rake, 12 feel. 1 lfc iir.Tel .water '.ink; J Notary VO 2V, ;urh hcU; t I nfcl sirglc rainr-o; 2 sets hnrnf'sjj; 0 good a qnantlly of fnrrii TERM I.-' 1st of intci- 10% discount for tij-li en credit amoums, THESE CATTLE ARE ALL GE.NTLB AMD W GOOD CONDITION. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer Stefansso n IKE CELEBRATED ARCTIC EXPLORER AND A NATIVE OF MANITOBA WILL GIVE HIS INTERESTING LECTURE ON FIVE YEARS THE ARCTIC" Church UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROTARY CLUB SDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 6th 8Uo GENERAL ADMISSION CHILDREN OF SCHOOL AGE, 50c ;