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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL Tn 1ACAL KIWI WBBKB TQU ECPBCT IT. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TOT HRBALD-S PAGE OF LOCAL NBWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBFJft 1020 LETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN Calgary Whose Attempt v at Elopement Met With Disaster BUSH TO PAY TAXES; CAUSED POSTPONEMENT PROVINCIAL TAX SALE Owing to tho rush of applicants to redeem their property, and so pre- vent it from going tu the hammer, the Provincial Tis Sale which yras to have started oil Thursday was post- poned to November 18th. ,This -al- lows for a further lease- of time. for. owners to redeem their property. IE all there was paid In tne sum of 000, with close on one hundred par- cels redeemed by payment of arrears due on them. In the t-ase of (lie two youths of teeu. vigil tho' Frank Slide after eloping with maiden: of eweet six- teen, from Calgary, lore's young Ureanf hail n rude awafceniug In (ITo upeararicu of the love-smitten HORSE STEALING CASE SNO.W, PROCEEDING The "case' a'gain'E't': Clia'rles Garner and Arrid Ncllson, charged with horse swains at th6 Juvenile Court iu Cal- stealing, which Sup-: sary on They werelreme Court charged with t be theft pf.the auto-] ceedlng up 16 the hour; mobile In which they carried the girls day, with counserad'd'res'suig the Jury, i of their heart. "Tho father, ol one of. Doth the accused are farmers, south'; the accused said that he wlshed'-the of Foremost. the time court to deal with hini practically bej-ond his control.; Three witnesses testified IJsat Iho youlhs were of very" good character. They were rfr cognizances of. JS'uQ of 5150 each, to come'np (or sentence in live months'. Meanwhile they are (o report to the police on the first of each month. Aim at a.Hundred Per Cent, ia Eastern Section of Leth- bridge Constituency Oiie-buudred per cent. membership In" the eastern district of the Leth- hridge constituency Is the .aim of the campaigner! for Farmers of Alberta, who are now- 'working hard. That they to reaching this seems-sure: and they consider It quHo.postble to get all the e'nllsteS in their-ranks. Around Coaldale, whore there has not been; a- very heavy' membership THE COMING MAYORALTY CAMPAIGN ICtli St., N., Uthbridge, Alia. Nov.J, 1920. Herald. a keen observer of political- aud municipal affairs, I tako the liberty'tHrough your paper to ei- iiress my views on the forthcoming iriaynralty 'election, which is to lie upon in the early part of pecem- ber. As a .taxpayer arid a resident of this city for'a good number of years, and having always taken great Interest in the of Lethbfldge the aldermanic and com- mission form of government, it is a fact I looked-upon -this change of. civil! administration eight-'years ago with but after, carefully following up the pros and.cons of'this am convinced that the change of government has been the'-salvation of this'city financially, and we'w'ho be1 lieve in British fair'play Io give honor where honor is due, ami who lias woti that reward Is our W.'D. L. Hardie. We know Sir, he like the'restibf hunian made mistakes .'and as -that 'great statesman the: late William ISwart Gladstone once truly said, the mis takes we are liable to make- teach us to achieve greater victories in the world we desire to work for the better- ment of'all people both spiritually and te'mporally.'lind I -anr [iersuadud thai .the'city cbnimissioiierot-finance will liaye gained by his past-rnislalies. that faculty of the mind by which retains tli'e knowledge of previous 6vents_ brings us back to the plrt'days municipal' goverhment when our city fathers incurred heax'y liabilities which oven brought this city near Io bankruptcy. One proof veri Res the statemcnt.tlmt Janitor .Wheat Board Gives Farmers Eighteen Cents More viilch ffie theft Is alleged to was "working on the farm- ved by A' Hamlllon fhh u> ndUllllOU in IS from Calgary shows that on November 3, had beCTrrec'elv- cd at the Calgary offices as member- ships from east Calgary, Macleod, Red Hat; and Bow River co'nslHuencIes. Twentv canvassers son; Si driey.JShprt, G. :W. All i s on, .The accused'are defend- ed by C. F. Harris. ROTEST ANNULMENT 'MIXED MARRIAGE j TORONTO, Nov. resolution! irolesting 'against "the annulment 'of] "mixed" marriages by-judges .of the Juebec passed yesterday jy ths department' of and'social-service of the -Methodist church in session here. The concluding ;clause of the reao- ution reads: 1 '.'The government by definite action, should set aside these annulment crees', and restore to'the women concerned their legal right to home and domestic'life." As Suon as It 'Is it Will Be Distributed Amongst Bond Dealers ind messenger was" busy peddling .r'casury" notes for two or three years' ,o. whom.-the city ..was indebted to at ttiat perioil, .and it has''taken, tha ire'sent'iriayor witli his Scottish deter- uination to bring upon a sc'Jnfl financial'foundation. Dear Editor, we can all realiso'how ;reat the sacrifice .the nations experi- enceil .gfcatj-war'inV their financial millions, of lives lost, and sjnce peace was proclaimed' the. policy'of ull the ;overnm'ents .liasVbeen to -cpiistruct and economize arid rb'briiig back-again to those agajn zen can 'deiiy. Mayor Hardie who has ho axe to'grind, has f.ilthfully served the test interests of all taxpayers in. the past .eight years without an Increase of salary. He ilpng with commissioners had to use the policy Of construc- tion, but as finance minister 'of Leth: iride'e the mayor' h'as Lad to educate liims'elf into the "minute system- of financing. So in closing I feel confid- ent I am voicing the opinions of Hie at majority of electors of this 'city that to appreciation of our faithful public servant, is by return- ing W. D. L. Hardie "by acclamation with'a salary not 'less a year. The good "Old book-Temlnds''us that the laborer-is worthy of his arid let tho citv In a practical manner not'forget the'services'of the other' Iwo commissioners by u remuneration oE-salary also. Yours truly. H. WILSON. Prospectus for the Lethbrideg Nor- thern Irrigation district project is now being prepared by an_ expert of. an eastern bond hou'seVit-was announced this morning.. prospectus is ex- pected III I-ethbridge a week or two and then the tender form's and literature distributed to bond houses In JJnited', Stales- and Canada'. J' i r The provincial treasurer lias offer- ed .his-assistance to the district In disposing of llio bonds and when he wag opening tenders for provincial bonds last Monday he took the occa- sion to tell representatives present from bond houses, about the Letli- bridge Northern Issue. Under the present pmiu'uie litmus distributed just as sale can be obtained. No, hard and fast rule has been .set-, down that they, must Be sold in one block. A fresh .warrant'has been Issued for le re-arrest of Robert Eaglesbn, the man "who was charged X; Ing pf-'Constable Barlteau of the iountediPql'ce. The charge is one of auslns boillly harm to the constable.! h'as been located in nd" of the A. P. has gone down .with tho warrant RED DEER RIDING GAVE DRY MAJORITY OF 5083 Red Deer a majority for the drys-of 5083, according to. the official' returns :by returning -officer Uotterill. The vote for tho drys was S08S and for the'wets was 3005. There were 59 rejected ballots, so that.the total vote in the riding was SUGAR PRICE HERE IS 20c A LB. Sugar In the city today, wholesale Is selling at jrer hundred pounds for flic granulited lariet ind ?1CO' for the brown H Is being re tailed, at 20 cents a pound! made this week by. James chairman of tho that IS cctits a'-bushel Is naymont. to fanners under the'.parlfclpatlon cer- tlflcatea'Issued by the.board or. tho 1919 crop. BAWDENBROS. 625 imnniiiiiii GREY BLANKETS 64" x.84" j. Regular Now i THE HOME STRETCH We- ifre: 'always glad 'to STRETCH a ro'nt in our ct' forts to pleaao you! .-1. Chocolates 70c 80c 40c 40c 40c ;35c 35c HERE IS A SNAP FOR SATtfRDAY Tho cold weather Is coining nnrt you need Old Country Pop- permint for coughs. Per, OP 40c Peanut Per Ib. plantation 1 Per Ib Salted Per Hi. Hoasted Per Ib.-. Peanut Per Ik Ib. Strawberry find Toasl- cd Harshfnallowj, Ib, T.H. KEITH k P.O. BOX 940 PHONE Income Tax 'r SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business I RITCHIE- PATERSON AND CO. ..3-6 "Building ,v Third iii good-taste. Li Limited BAKERS PHOriE378 ft BE DEPQRTED -The charge; of gross indec- euey'preferred against George Press -vras withdrawn iu the 4- Supreme Court on Friday morning, as none of the wit- :ihe.Crowa showed up. The accused was given ii -i- in charge of the' immigration Motor Accident is as it has that he en- tered Canada froa Spokane unlawfully. J. C. Hendrj" ap- peared for Ihe accused. Slill Confined to Gait Hospital Retail o( Lethbrldgp re'vbickward; In purchasing stamps ith.which to pay their luxury tare's, "very" sale made tlial- calls for a his- ry tax calls for'tfie use of a stamp i-the'sales slip'and today a great any, merchants .have not purchased fclr Stamps' tmist'be .Used for all sales fter and Iniludlne 1.-Tha )ctpher retuins'inay be made In the d'way bnt the November taxes muit B paid by stamps, tho stamps to he urchased so they can he used at the me of ,t HARQED WITH 'CAUSING BODILY HARM TO THE CONSTABLE Another adjournment toofe place In caso of J._T. Hfckey, at the city police, court on to which day it was reraauded. J. C. Hendry ap- peared and asked for the adjournment, In thafthe victim o( the accident, oc- casioned by the car driven by Hlckev is still lying in a precarious gla-te in the Gait-hospital, having Intervals of consciousness and again relapsing Into unconsciousness. Thoniagjstrato granted an adjournment- fo'r. the last time, to Movember 12th. The charge against Hlckpy" is that" of being in- toxicated driving, a .-motor car. BOTTLE OF GIN GOT A LOMOND INTO OF LAW A Chinaman of tbi'o nams of John ioy, with a partiality for gin was fin- ed, at Loraoud, oa'Jhe first of the nonth, the sum of with costs tw nfractlon o! the Liquor Act. The re- uains of a bottle'of gin .was n "an outhouse of-the laundry !Io> uns. Ho was mlbiicateil at !ho tiiii'e he search was made. Enijulf ies made at the express office, showed that John had signed for -the receipt ot seven bottles of gin October 21st, and there vras a bottle of bis particular fancy awaiting him at tha office. I was do- sustaining; HARVESTERS GO BAcit EAST; .Harvest h'elpert flocking to the east ern.AlbertJi P. R. ticket agent, Lcthbrldge, re- ported this During Oc- tgber one' hundred five went cait from'Lethbrldge, chiefly to Noia Scotia; New Brunswick and Princ'a Edward Island; WILSON'S, TEST OF A CITY "You can ..test-the-' modem" community by the degree of Its President Wilnon fresiaent DON'T FORGET The only place where yon caa Bet your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hutlon Perkins 418A Phone 693-- 3 doors S. of Colonial Tdeatre Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make this cafe-a favorito with you, too. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET 'SOUTH YOU TRIED "OlDODEF' BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER 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 tbnt have used It say it is good and corns back for 'more and you will do the same. All the leading grocers in the city are h'anfllfng this fine brand of butter." Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIOGE, PHONE 1929 ASIEJCAR GAVE UP JOB HERE WENT BACK TO CALGARY court house IE at present without an ofdciil court reporter, and the thorthand proceedings of the criminal cases In the Supreme Court are taken down by Ser- geant Malsie, of the R, C. M. P. ;Mr. Morriion has returned to his .old duties at the police court In Cilgary. It Is understood that the appointment of court reporter he took on here was of a tentative nature, io see how it would work Mr.' Morrison decided that the old work in Calgary was more congenial to him. JURY DISAGREED 1 TO NEW TRIAL For the second time the jury In the Weir perjury caie disagreed in their verdict, after being In consultation for over three The jury were discharged, and a new trial of the defendant will fol- low...The accused was defended by J. C. Henrtry. Driver.- Unhurt But Rig and Contents Suffered From: Collision A street car on the -Re4 Lhio'wzs Instrumental In spilling the milk on Sixth Avenue south, shortly before" seven o'clock this morning, and It tha breakfast milk was not on the table at the proper time this should explain (ho reason The "accident to took place on the Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets, and, "occasioned by tho driver of'lhV milk a closed' jSoeli. placing jfoo1 much faith In the Instirjef of. the horse to. guide the .vehicle' It: drawing and to it from dan- ger i t t Tho milk rig crossed the car.track" while tho driver, 51. the rig, arranging the, milk bottles, and the street car came on awares, dividing the front and the rear, wheels of the rig and scattering tha contents of the Hilt got out in time, and the" only damage done was to the rig and to the milk. Tho rig -was the property of tha Chief Mountain Dairy. The -will of the lata Richard Marpole, of Vancouver, western executive agent of the C. died Juno 8, has been The Iloyal.Trust-.cbm> pany IB named as. executor of .the estate.: the .valiin. of ;whlch.ia" BUTCHETERIA Better MesiV for Less Money Ipfth Street South SATURDAY SPECIALS Choice Roast Beef................... 18c to 20c, Plate i4c Leg of Lamb -.............................30c Shoulders Lamb Stew ,l5c Extra Choice Veal Roasts Pure Pork -and Sausages, 2 Jbs. for COME EARLY TO LETHBRIDGE'S BUSIEST MEAT MARKET We handle nothing but fresh billed No, 1 meats. ..'Proprietor: J, Open Friday Night tiB 9 o'Clflck C H O C O L A T E S Come in and see-pur specials in chocolates.' We have a couiiter full 'of the best We are ..disccjiitinuing some makes lates and are putting: these with a wondejiul'linfio of bargains in Neilsons. All at tbJUyil' ...-V.. AS A FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPEQAL THEFWjiEDLEYDRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PUBLIC LUNCHEON TO Bt, Hon. Arthur Meighen PREMIER OF CANADA j'-j- ON MONDAY; NOV. 8, MO 5 Pt Musonic Hall, 10th St S. Admission by Ticket, The ladles, of the Olr! Guide Commitlce, assisted by the Girl.-' Guides, have kindly offered to.catcr for this luncheon." Tickets are limited to 150. Get yours to from Arthur Hayr, 731; 0. A.'DuJry R, Jf'F. Simpson, Armstrong Jewelry Store, Red 'Cross Drug 4. Book Co., Sherlock Building. OWING TO DECLINE IN THE BUTTER MARKET Cream prices will be as follows: No. 1 Sweet, per Ib. butlerfat......'.., No. 1 Sour, per Ib. No, 2 Sour, per Ib. butterfat...........49c These .prices will take effect October 27th' an'd until further notice. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;