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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rv i o ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE TOU EXPECT It THE LETHBRIDCrE DAILY HERALD THE HERALDS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL MKWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION Calls Unon Rev. Mr. Jones To Produce In a siatenieiH to the Herald, Hon. J. ii.-Boyle, attorney-general of Al- berta, has the toliowliig to say cou- cernfng the remarks Hsv.'T, IS. :_ the statements purport- ed to have been made by itev. T. D. Jones as reported la tUe Lolhbrldge Herald ot October 30th, which has just _ reached rae, I wish to say that I am very much surprised to find that a minister of ;tha .gospel would so, far forget tie golden rule as to maku such unfounded Insinuations against a pub- upon what he himself states as rumor. But I 'presume tb'lB is ono of tlio penalties ot being iu public life, and one of the things that causes to many men to shrink from undertaking public responsibilities. 1 wonder what the rovorendigentlcman would think of me !f I were to be so unfair, as' to state from the public platform that some person had whis- me that Mr. Jones liad been guilty of some act which though not illegal-or trimii'ial, and therefore not subject to a slander action, yet was highly discreditable to him iu his po- sitionr as a minister of the'gospel. "Iiisofar-as these exceedingly maan "1 notice that Mr..Jones assumes (Bat I am In charge of the police force of the Clly of'Lethbrtdse. but do ool thiuk lhat'many people of the province will be deluded wilh this Idea'.. Lethbridge is not a village or a country post-office. It is.a well es- tablished arid considerable sized city and like- all cities is re- quired to maintain a police force with all branches to enforce within its own boundaries all 'the laws Domin- ion, the province and the municipality. As I have of ten-pointed out befors it is not feasible 'that the'province should take out of'Hie hands of the local authorities in a control of their police force, i Neither Is it feas itye nor justifiable that, the province should duplicate the' p'olice forces ol llie'i-ities. "When I was having difficulties with the local authorities'of Lethbridge In trying to get them to reestablish. Ihe police, force'that had been practically demobilized, I do not re'moruber get- ting-any assistance Mr. Jonos at (hat time. -However, I desire to bs fair to the Mayor and Council of Lelhbridge In they have since appointed a competent Chief of rendered valuable asMsisscs- to ths three larger cities of Calgary, Edmon- ion and Lclhbrldge. In fact. It was only a few weeks ago 'that a regular round-up of bootlegger's -was made through .the assistance ot provincial detectives co-operating with the city force of Letbb'ridge. "If Mr. Jones knoire of some per- son bootlegeirtg in the City of Leth- bridge and will give this tntornutlbii and evidence to the Chief of rolice'I believe that the Best efforts will be made to procure the assistance which de- ayed for consideration as to whether 10 magistrate Is of the opinion, that he by-law In this case Is ultra vires r uot. It Is urged that tho cafe, for io purposes of the act, Is not a pub- c place, and anything 'of dis- urbance that took place there did ot affect tho publjc peace. B. OF T. LUNCHEON A QUIET AFFAIR .Tubercular in sar toua arc asking aid to establish communitj centre' near Hamilton .On the Heil lino thera was a loss, In operating of and with fixed loss of .On the Blue lino tli'ere was operat- ing of -.f which, with fixed charges- showed a loss of Oh the White lino there was a loss In operating q( which, with showed a loss ot From (the first, of .January to 'the end of September there was a loss in operating of made up as fol- DON'T FORGET', .The only place where you can get your shoe's repaired by prac- tlcal shoemakers is at Hutton Perkim '418A South J 693 8 doors S. of Colonial Theatre will prove to-your, satisfaction that this is .the beat place to dine. We delight iu making your anil if good home-like cookffig and excel- lent sen-Ice Js what you appre- ciate, then this Is the place for you to come to and bring your 'friends along with yoii. Community churcnes were criticized at tha Baptist convention ot Ontario and Quebec, meeting in Brantford. P.O. BOX 340 PHONE 1619 Income tax SPECIALISTS Financial -ANALYSTS Business PUBLIC LUNCHEON TO Rt, Him. irthup Meighen PREMIER-OF CANADA ON MOW, NOV. UT 1.15 PH. Masonic Hall, 10th St S. Admission by.Ticket, The laities of the Girl Guide Committee, assisted Girt: Guides, have klndTy offered to cattr for are limited to 150. Get yoiirt tp prevent disappointment, from Arthur Hayr, chainman, D. A. Duff, R. Longi J. F. Simpson, Armstrong Raworth's Jewelry Store, Red Cross Drug Book Co., Sherlock Building.. ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND 54 Acad'.a Building ,ThIra Avenge South HAKE HANDS AND ARE FRIENDS AGAIN TOPAYIAXES; Before Lands in Arrears Put Up At Sale By The Province The Board of Trade luncheon neM oday eventuated Into a love-feast, vith no business brought lip. Presi- dent Marnoch announced the Intelli- gence at tho close of.the luncheon that there was nothing to corao up for discussion. It was' eipected that :here would be a further discussion >n tho falling off pC the city trade in :he Crow's Nest Pass, but. Messrs. Saallni and Whlddlngton, initiat- ed tho proceedings aMhe last lunch- eon of the not present to ''carry .on." The Provincial Tai sale opened to the District Court room of tbfl court house this at ten o'clock, with Mr. A. D.-Fiddler, treasurer foj the department in charge, -Messrs, V. Merrill and 0. J. R. Roeb. fort, clerks of the department.: iTtj 'sale proper will not be got under.iraj. until late this afternoon, owners property being given the last'chance to pay In their arrears and to sayf it going under tho hammer. The kali, Is being conducted under the Tax ;Re covery Act to recover arrears for taies, in unorganized to December A steady stream of owners of prorV erly on the sale list were at the.eoiirT room all through the niorning and in tho early part.ot the afternoon to.riay In arrears owing.. The amount takeo in up to 2 o'clock was between1 and and there were still proper- ty owners waiting to pay In their liabilities. BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 mnntimiimi GREY x 84" 'Now Always in good taste. JOHNmiORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served .._ Moderately priced Will make this cafe a favorlto Vilh j'ou, The Yale 812 FIFTH STREET -SOUTH WE ARE GLAD TO ANNOUNCE A LOWER THE FOLLOWING GOODS: Blue Ribbon Tea, per pound- 60c Supina's Special Blend Tea, per pound 55c Brbokfiekl Butter, ,per pound ?0c Robin Hood arfd IQuahty Oats, per pkg. ____ 35C" WE HAVE A FINE LOT OF DOMESTIC PACK APPLES JUST ARRIVED In Um futlowing; Kings, Spies, Wagners, Nonesucli, nnd'othtr varieties. ]Per case, 'delivered. _SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 25 Per Cent Discount On All Swoaters, Ladies', Men's and Children's Copal's Rye Coffee in one and a half pound O Pf packages. Special, 3 packages for.......4DC Supina Son Phone 1766 230 THIRTEENTH STRBET NORTH HAVE YOU "OLDCHIEF" BRAND CREAM- ERYBUTTER 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 ttiat hnvo used It say It la good and conic finck for more ami yon will do tlio samp. AH the leading grocers In tlio dly are hanAHng this fine hrami ot 'button Chief Mountain Crrmvry Co., Ltd. LETHofllpGS, PHONEj 1623 Kings, Winter Banana, and Wagners, at per box BLUE RIBBON TEA, per .60c'. A. Johnston PHONE 1314. 426 13TH ST. N. The Y.M.C. A, Makes.boys into men, arid Weak men strong. Provides "a home for yoiuig men away from their own; BENEFITS ALL in its great community program. But unfortunately is financially handicapped by a debt of which necessitates the whole- hearted support of the citizens of Lethbridge. JUST "DO YOJJR BIT" BY HELPIiNG ALONG THE MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN f OWING TQ DECLINE IN THE BUTTER MARKET Cream prices will 1be as follows No, 1 Sweet, per Ib. butterfat 80c No. 1 Sour, per ;lb. butterfat. 52c No. 2 Sour, per Ib. butterfat. 49c will take eftect October 27th and until -further notice. PHONE 1576 ;