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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News I Xetbbribge Deralb All The Local News Where You Expect It WKONICSDAY, NOYKMHKH 5, 1011) ALBEHTA. I'AGH SliVHX HELPED ID 1 HONOR FIA Firs! Kcports 1'roni Oullyinj; i'oinls lictcived Tuesday and .Showed Up For I'd) I Quula Lethbridge Won It Today Todiiy, LUTOJ3 Tliirti Avenue South. the Victory campaign proiully the I'riiu-o or ibe honor (.'timed liv [jciliLrldKe i-iinvasEiiiB in re.irluiif: ilic three-quarters Ilie quiila tif ill 1T. 1m Loth Tlie murk lias no1, tnly been ro.u-lKil. but the sum of has Leon by ami airbus startled the JnhaLitnuls at lioon. proclaiming ttic proud riu-L that one at tbc ihe VU'iory had uoeu reacbed. The Honor Flag The Print's of Wales' flag hears a I'liLon Jai-fc in ihe upper left hand iciniL-r wliito Meld, wlildi Is sur- loinulod by a belt of red forming a border. In the lower hand tor o( ibe licld Is the Prince ol cdVi of anus, hearing on Ils emblazon incut liic motto of the Knights uf the Carter, ''llonl soil quc maly pense. SpacF; is reserved on the while lie! tor the T'rince's crest, Ihe tliree os- triitli feathers, will) ihe niollo, "Icli JJJeit." "I .Serve.' for each 23 per cent excess cil the quota one I'rince uf Wales crest TV 111 be awarded for plac- Ing on the flap. The liouar [lag is niadn in two sites, 1 1 n. C'-in. by fur nml ills- tricts of Ics.- limn K'.OOO population, IL by C in. for lliosc of over 10.000. To overy commercial and industrial oryanizalion wilh Hfiy ur mere employees wlicre ]icr rrint of ihe tnipioyce? LIT PS t a total til ten per c-cnt o[ ilic inninnl pay roll iu Victory u'fupnlemeiiiary Prince ci( in form, -IS by will Lc awarded. Prilleci of ilag, [lie lion- flas of tlie Vitlory Loin campaign, was. unfurled by His Hoyal HiRh- Jics.7 on UK- flagpole vil the tntranco lo Victory of parlln- liicniii-y Initidings, ;it on f.a- !ior Seiilcmbcr 1st. immediately after hu iiad lahl ihc corner stone of (.'apltol. First Country Returns The subii'criiilioiis received on Tues- day" inialtal On thai (lay liio 'firsi returns from the country dis- WE AFIE-NOVV'SELLIKG NATIONAL PROSPER-' 1TY INSURANCE VICTORY BONDS THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Biirr.oral Lclhbritlge Phone No. 651 Fire Insurance 'nnd Loans j Ceremony Yesterday When j Good-Bye to Horse i Make Presentation to Moore The requiem was read and the last rites administered over the horse in ils association with the city Fire Brigade, on Tuesday jfternoon. In the presence of the Mayor 2nd Commissioners and the underwriters of the city, the cermonie's were performed by Chier Hardy. The function, which look place in front of Ihe No. 1 Fire Hall, was to mark the complete motori- zation of the local brigade, and all tht appurtenances, which included Lwo La Frances, the ladder truck. the Webb combination, and the ambulance, were drawn up in line with the firemen and those In At- tendance, and a picture taken. As a memento of ihe occasion, Mayor Hardie was presented with a Tire emblem in ihe shape of a silver megaphone the inscrip- tion "Presented to D. L. Hardie, Mayor and Commissioner of Public Safety, by officers and rr.enbcrs of the Lethbrldgc Fire Department on the complete mo- torization ol the Department Oct- ober, 1919." H. R. H. PRINCE OF WALES FLAG NOW WAVING AT VICTORY LOAN HEADQUARTERS. tricts in the Lethbriilgc- canvassinR I area fame in, (force of them reporting as follows: Coaldalu 31500, Commerce antl vici'illy Coalhurst aud vicinity J10Q0. Cualdalc was Hie first to report, the news being brought Ity. Frank Knajrp, first lieutenant hi the campaign Ihcre. He .staled tliat the subscriptions hand- ed iii were only preliminary contribu- tions. T. Rrotls reported tor Commerce and vicinity, as captain. He stated that life campaign was just being started aud ndilert that a big meeting ivp.s to have been held at Commerce on Tuesday evening between Uic Vic- lory Loan iverkefb and the U-. F. A. members. The subscriptions for CoahiursL and vtt-inily were handed in by H. ver, riiiilHhi for thn district. IIu saiil ih.U the district had been prevented trohi bnfng well organized yet on ac- count oT IMC wo-aiLcr. --Today Im will organize tht niinii "workers OL Coal- iursi- He is also arranging for a d'-inoiistralioit in cacu icliooJJiDuse iu district. MM Finished Article Also Secured in I Iliiirf on Jou Pavan's 1 Place As a the discovery on his farm, near SlaHordville, of an j Illicit slillj Joe Paven faced Mag- istrate Durrell at the provincial police court on Tuesday afternoon and iinccl the sum of and costs with the alternative of six months hard labor. The still was In the shape of A barrel which! when filled with water, acted as a cooler to the brew as it came otf hot and passed through a pipe In Ihe same. In addition to the barrel, there were earthen receptacles, an: containing the preparation formed from raisins, barley, and en gar, and the ether the finished article In the way of raisin whiskey. 39th We Iho Heal 3'S.c Meal In ibo G'fly. Quid; Service. Our Coflco anil French 1'nslry Is Different. BUY VICTORY BONDS Last Warning Battery Boys! TONIGHT 13 NOT THE NIGHT, BUT THE 10TH IS O'CLOCK AT THE V.M. C.A., FOR THE ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE 39TH BATTERY. WE' HAVE NOW THE NAMES OF 70 BOYS WHO AHE GOING TO BE PRESENT. ARE YOU? If NOT ON THE LIST, GIVE YOUR NAME (AND MONEY) TO F. J. COLPMAN or W, SUGDEN Lost Life is Heing Probed j On L-harge'of iuinslauEhier, fol-i Ion-ins the fatal accident on the Cual-' cinlc road, when Glenn. Sodcrgreen was killed, A. C. Saiunlurs aniieareu licforc 'Magistrate Burrcll, .it Ihc pra- vincial police court, at eleven o'duck on Wednesday inoiinug. The charge s being preferred by the Attorney- General's department, ivilh S. J. Slicp- hcrd prosecuting for" (he and J. ll.J Palmer appearing for the dc- Sotltrgreen, the mother o[ the Imy who died on September lath, as n result of liclng knocked down -by the car Mr. Saumlcrs was driving, gave evidence first. Dressed In dcctp black and willi tears in her eyes she men- tioned the date of the accident ami the death of her son at Gait hospital on Iho morning, of Iho day following, he being unconscious from the time Ehc saw him. On the Scene cf the Accident George Pavrish. who was rirtin? in Ihe err, driven by Frank F. Palmer, going towards CoaMale ai the lime of the accident, and which came OH j the scene almost after It. occurred, slated that he first became aware ot what had happened by I'almer ex claiming, "Jly tied, that fellow lias nit something." He saw nothing un- til he arrived where Ihc hoy was ly- j ing, and, gelling out of his car, he went to the hoy who he thought at the' time wag dead, as ho hardly aeem- cd to be breathing. The car Saim- rterg was driving had then ila IcJl rear wheel about eight feel Irom the boy and its front wheel about six feet. The car was on the ot the hoy, whose body was tn about (lie centra ot tjic road. A ditch was on Iho right of the cur, and, from what lie cojild judge, the hoy had apparent- ly turned to iho right from Iho centre of Ihc road lo dodge lfle car that was approaching, Tvilhonl being aware that. (here was a cnr coming In Ihc rear. The scene of the accident was ivilh- Ing 40 yards from the residence of Mr. Lop, lo' which lit was conveyed. In witness slated that the headlights of a car accentu- ated Ihe darkness on each side of the car. Medical Evidence Cifllbrfillti gave evidence na lo being summoned to the scene hy plio'iic. When he saw him ho was bleeding from his face, there was a cut In front of Ihe right ear nnd a lump behind Iho At Ihc hospital, lo which ho was later removed, there Issued blooil and scrum from the left car nnd he had a fracture at the base of the fhiill. In croas-eiamlnaMori, Ur. QalbniUh corroborated tho statement of the last witness that Ihe headlights or a car accentuated darkness on e'tli- cr side ot It. Tt might have been that the fracture of liio skull was caused by violent contact with the Tho case wns proceeding up lo tho lunch hour. Arc Moisture Comlilions Year Will He Good j advantage oc getting into the soil {which, it need not he said, added (o ils value. With ibo present indications it Is possible lint the year 1910 vlU reach ihc high water mark, or more, ol The for tho year up lo the end of October has been 10.47. YVith an additional .40 from pc.tober 31st to November 3rd. tho tolal preci- pitation Lo date has lieen 10.H3. This .is four Inches more ihan Ihe [lion Isst year in Ihc same period. winch at Hie end ol October stood at 6.71 v.iih no further iirecipitalion un- til N'ovninlmr Slh. In tliii iirctipifntion to (do em! The lies Ihc Weather Mau U is Other figure? are money orders issued jn October, ar i33.5H.D5 ni Ihc fjiiiL- inonili last year; money onltrs ii'ai'l. October. 151S, 321..-.33.G3; iujsial notes sold, 130.51-. JitlS, Jl.05S.15l poslnl notes naid. KHS. ?SCC.CB. Savings Hank deposits aiiow a con- siderable dropping olf in October as compared lo October IfilS, ilie fisnres being, "Y" ORCHESTRA WANTS MORE MANDOLIN AND GUITAR PLAYER! Tlie Y, M. C. A. orchestra is multing gigantic strides.In ihe able inslruoLiou of 0. F. Urscn banb, however it is found that will four violins there is an urgent neer. for more mandolin and guitar players, and any players or iirospcctivc player.1, of those two" instruments arc request- ed lo at oucc get into coininunicallov wilh the leader or Mr. 'Mambcy a; I the Y. M. C. A. Tac orchestra is developing and wiir be able to accommodate a variety'of other instrumcnls In the near future. 1 The instruction is .quite free aud any. or mcii are eligible for member- i ship. The next practise will be on I Thursday evening at S p.m. of October was 10.SO, nnd in of Ihe previous year considerably jis will he seen by the .accompanying fig- Office returns for the month nrc3- of October show an increase in Ihc Tho early precipitation, which was sale of stamps ironi tbc'same month, j before Ihe ground iyns frozen, had thellnst year, the figures bcEng ?3f-1 Why Do We Do It? There has fin IIDSL years) LMO epiJeiuics of lyphuid in Lclbbrirljo. ivhicli are supposed to have been due lo con- taminated milk. No of disease lias ever been traced Jo jirtslcur- izL'd uiilk, Why do we not Pasteurize? tlo. Crystal Dairy, Ltd. Announcement After seVeval absence on account of ill- ness, I shall return to business on I Oth. I have a nice stock of Shoes and will be ready to handle all Shoe Repairing promptly. Have equip- ment to sharpen skates. v H. G. KILNER THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH. PHONE 317, 39th 139th. One small was. killed, another Ig dying, nnd several wero wounded n.1) Iho roBiiR o( a Rang fcuil between two gangs of boys nt Chicago, rang- ing from J2 lo 16 ycnr.i of ngc. They were armed irith NOTICE have opened a department for repairing automobile radiators and have full equipment for handling all makes of cars. Free! and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. Important Announcement Delegates to the Teachers' Convention Every delegate from Southern Alberta to Leth- bridge for this important session will no an observation tour of the shops wilh view lo Christmas buying. ETCH at Ihis early dale, lo be prvperly prepared, requires lim? in which lo compile delicacies of Ihought .mil action v.-hlch make fi jill appreciallve. j .lust here you -.vlll linil a reniindtrs lo iinincdiale cimbHcruliou should be given: Personal Greeting Cards 'FOUR CHOICE BOOKS OF SAMPLES TO CHOOSE FrtOM BUY VICTORV BOHDS Copyright Novels and Reprints An early selection of Ihe choicest of row titles i? very desirous a( ihis time. Manufacturers of aiaplc goods aro exJMrlonclnK dll- ficuHy in muullns the demands of Ihc rcspcctlrc Iradca. This applies to the book business especially. Strikes and detentions arc very rife. Intending purchaser.'; of literary .publications The Twentieth Century Book Store a real book shop. Delegates lo the teachera' convention, as M-ell AS nil book will find It a pleasure to saunter midst sur- roundings BO thoroughly In keeping with a nohlo profession. Doota in hundreds arc being.received every week lo meet ihe needs of a liook-loving imhlic. School supplies are here ID large quantities. Kaiicy Goods, Toys, and Ivory, in a great a.ssorlmenl. TheTwentieth Century Book Store "IS EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" 514 Fodrth Artnnt. Phone 613. OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SOLICITED. .g ;