Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
rHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD him the ?25 promised hinV for getting llib horses from the rrairio.or ho would tell oa him. This Nellson in the witness box denied. To set off the evidence ;Bcno, Mrs.- Young, of Foremost, was :plnced'- In. tho .witness stand, it i being sought by counsel for tho de: fence to prove that'Btino's statements were made io get even with In that the'latter had staled to Mrs Toung. that' statements .'against' her hnd-'-b'eeh 'made by .Bono.! The witness that, sh'e had.'heard the statements made hi regard to by Beno from that when i she taxed. Beno .with them I indignantly, saying that ho' would 'fl-t" Neihon At this he put on the Young resi- dence, i Court adjourned until Monday next "Vs 'PRONOUNCED A MODEL FOR; NON-OFFICIAL ORGANIZATIONS IN INDIA The Hon. Mr. Srlnlyasa SsstrT, President of the'Servants of. In- dia Society, one of the most In- welfare .societies, and also a member, of the Imperial Legislative Council, recently made statement "The work of the YMCA. In India'is beyond praise., I pretend'to know all about It, and I have.never come into close con- nection with It. What I have seen of'.it, however, fills me with ad- miration and'gratitude; .The assoK elation neglects- no -promising field of service and, so far as 1 can judge, even Its distinctly Christian activities are singularly fre'e from all trace of narrowness' or dogmatism. the personnel is fortunately such as1 to ensure.a considerable meas-: Ure'of genulhe athy with the nev> political move ments Tn'lndia and a readiness to fall into those relations of easy so cTal. intercourse IndTans 1 which are essential to real com-, radeshlp In all work. magnl, and many-sidedness of the operations association are a wonderrto.-me, and I have some'- -Hmes felt that non-official'organ- izations In India would gam In per- sistence and boldness of concep- tion by a study of the .alms, methods and tdeals of the great movement 'known world by the letters 'Y.M.C.A.'. Calgarv ti bo In the oily on that day. He will PROGRAM FOR MONDAYS VISIT OF PREMIER MHGHEN The program tor-Monday, in connection with.the Premier's visit, is now-praetlcally complete. The party will arrive at 18J5. The Premier, Mr.'Calder and.Dr. JBlack will be'taken to the Masonic Hall, where luncheon is Mug tendered them. Jlrr. Meigheu Is being entertained by ilraj S. Stewart. After the luncheon the Premier-will meet some delegations and wiil then attend and address the 'pupils at the SchooU At-3.45 o'clock Mr. and Mrs.'Meighen are guests of the ladiea of Lethbrldge (Local Council o( Women) al' Wesley Hflll, to which all ladles of the.city are Invited. Mr. and Mrs. Jlelshen are dinner guests of the Mavor and Mra. Hardlc.' The doors'of the Majestic will be open early and the Cannoneers' Jazz Band will put on a popular musical program until the arrival of the'speakers. The meeting will open with "O Dr. Stewart Is to act as chairman at the luncheon, and .W.'S.'Bsll will introduce, .the. speakers !u the evening. Tickets, for the i luncheon are and arc going fast. A number of eppllcatlons Jor been received from the surround1-' Ing towns.. Tickets may be obtained at the Ileil Cross Drug Store, Arm- strong aud'Eaworth's Jewelry. from Arthur Hayr, R. W. Long aud p..A. Duff. The luncheon IB under the auspices of the Girl -who will have charge [of the'servlnr The luncheon commences at 1.15 promptly. Out of reports received by The Herald this morning from thirty-two points In Southern Aliieria threshing of wheat has been concluded in tweit-i ty-four'of them. Tbreshmg of.'oat'! has be.en finished in twenly-two and barley In seventeen. Weather during the 'past week In most places has been cold with some rain and some snow at different points. The points reporting all threshed are: De WInton, Okotoks, Aldersyde, Parkland, Stavely, Clares- holm, Granum, Nobleford, Darons, Champion, Klrkcaldy, Ensign, Brant, Cowliy, Ltinbreck, Seveii Persons, Island, SHRINERS GO TO CALGARY, DEC. Shriners from tathbrldge are expected to' go to'Calgary In good numbers on-'Moaday, DcccEiber !Gth Tbe occasion is the 13th' annual ceremonial and also the 71st birthday potentate. In tho literature being circulated it'Is descrlb- ,ed as the "Red Letter Day" oC the Azhar Temple, 4 Stirling ana Contts. Other districts report threshing Dnlshed as follows: Cayley, 95 per cent.; Nanton, 95 per cenf-i'Carniangay, 9.9 per cent; Ray- mond, 95 per cent.; cent.; Spring per CarustbUi-SS. per. cent.; Coaldale, oier cent.; Warner. 95 per.cent I -7; if aowever, he present on tho second The secretary ot the Union Is J. I Saunders-of Camrose, who is secrel ary-treasurer of the municlpaUt; there. i In: all there are'to be present be tween fifty and siity delegates fron the various municipalities. A ban ouet 'will be held In the..Y: C. A on at which there wilKi.be 110 guests, including the dele- gates. V It is now-announced] 'that Mayor Marshall will not extend a civic wel- come to Premier Meigheu.at Calgary on Monday and It is likely he will be on hand for the opening'of the con- vention. aside a mortgage given by Schwartz to Gtierln, amdnnting in all to around It Is these.mortgages or part of theni that resiilted in the criminal proceedings-Instituted on the iniorma- lion of Schwartz, against the Sweet Grass banker, It.b'eing alleged that he used the moneys obtained on the mortgages for his own purpose instead of paying of Schwartz This case, vrhlch was to tome up at the criminal sittings'of tho Supreme onrt now being was put off un- il thrfnert sessions Out of transactions here hava developed six separate uilu. Kach "of. the Schwartz family, aid son, seeks to set side the and against, each if the three, there is a suit hy Guerin o foreclose the mortgage. The Now Celebrated Cases Against Milk River Man to DeviTs Passkey' BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 GREY BLANKETS x w1 Rejudr 113.00. Now THE HOME STRETCH We are always glad to. STRETCH a pojnt in our ef- forts to please you! .SATURDAY SPECIALS Per, In'. Per Ib. Peanut i Per. Ib. plantation Per Ib. Salted Per Ib. noasled Per Ib. Peanut Per Ib. Be Heard. on Nov. 16 X The long and. .complicated suits 01 ;uerin" vs. Schwartz; ..and Schwartz s. Guerin, with proceedings in the criminal: and civil courts, will have a further airing on' Novernhbr al tho holding nl.tlio civil sUtings ol Supremo Court hero. R. Bi Ben nett, K. C., ot Calgaryj will, bo in the city to attend .the court. on .behalf o T H Guerin, who Is president of thi Farmers .and Bank, Swee Grass Montana, and with him associated A B Hogg of the city The interests .of Schwartz' of: Milk "River ,md nis iinuiy, lor witn him 1n the various sulH are Included Mrs Schwartz .and: aon'. William, represented by Johuslone anil RUcbi' of the: city. In. .the. trial, to-be held on the 16lh R Brock and Co a wholesale drv goods firm ot Calgan, will seek to se .80c 40c 40c 40c .....35c HERE IS A SNAP FOR SATURDAY Tho cold weather fs coming and you.rieecl Old Country Pep- permint for coughs. Per Strawberry and Toast- f ed Marshmallows, Ib. T.H. KEITH P.O. DOX 940: PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue South ANNUAL; MEETING OF THE LOCAL CURLERS IS NEXT TUESDAY EVENING D6 hot forget the annual meet- Ing of the Curling club on Tues- day evening at 8 o'clock In the Mayor's office Election of off of the pro- gram for the year..- A big twnout Is requested. Labor Bureau Found Employ-, inent for Large Number in Search of Work ALBERTA STEERS ARE BRINGING TOP PRICE A dispatch.' to. Examiner rom Chicago states.that 59 steers from. .Cross' shipment Irom Nanlon sold at aver aging was the top [iri'-e for the for ,Cinadlan grasscrs HargraveSjtook top price last weeK' with 17 AttTerta steers al NEXT WEEK IS WELL FILLED .UP -i Next week will.lje'a'busy.weelc in the city whcd, the 'following functions, wllI take pince: of .-Premier Meighen luncheon and ihn Majcst'c- evening. Tuesday and iog of the convention of the .Union of Alberta Municipalities, with banquet on Tuesday evening Thursdaj and convention of the teachers of iLethbridge and district. One hundred and thirteen men sec- ured employment through the Leth- bridge branch of the provincial labor bureau .in Lethbridge during the past week, Thomas Lo'rigworth, superinten- dent of the bureau reported this morn- ing. Forty-two iuen were sent in from outside .points and they, are not In-, eluded in the total given above. Mr. Longworth is TIOTV compiling his annual statement and for the first three months, Jan'flary, February and March, four hundred and twenty-sir men .were given permanent -em'ploy- Those who secured perman- ent employment brought this figure up Fourteen that period secured permanent--jobs. Only one yBcancy remains oil the booas of. bureau today. That Is for a fancy pastry coofc." The demand for men Is dropping all the tim6 in the Lethhrldge district and .'.the closing down of the basbTwork la British Col- umbia is throwing au excess meu on the market. i The1 details of-jemploymont for'the past week follow: Farm hands, 7; threshers, S; carpenter, 1; lahor.ers, 8; mine buckers, J; niine miners, 13; mind driver, 1; chute loaders, 2; timber 6; Jail guards, 7; teamsters, 15; for those sent In from'outside' dis- tricts are: Calgary, 7; Vancouver, 22; Swift 5; ReglnV.-M'; hiooso Jaw, 2; Winnipeg, 5. Tn the women's section one cook .was hired, three housemaids and'one housekeeper. Sii' women were ;glven casual wprlc and: seven meiK- -wFor' placements' and 22 casuals; February, placements, t and- 23- casuals; March, 147 placements and.24 casuals. CH OCOLATES Come in and see our specials in chocolates. We have a counter full of the bestjchocolates made. NEILS ON'S We are. some ma'kes of Choco- lates and are putting these with a wonderful line of bargains in AA All at AS A FRIDAY AND SATURDAY] SPECIAL THE FRANK HEDLEy DRUG CO, read Always in good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited Old Engines Made New By having us REBORE THE CYLINDERS, FIT NEW PISTONS, PISTON RINGS AND WRIST. PINS have an up-to-date ma chine, insuring accurate work at R reasonable price The "Union" Repair Shop 045 Olh St. South DON'T FORGET The only placa There you can gel your shoes repaired by prac- tical flhoemakara is nt Hutton Perkins 41 eA Fifth Street South .Phone 693 S doors S. of Colonial Theitra GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will niaka this a-lavorite with you, too. The Ytite FIFTH tTReer SOUTH HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF BRAND CREAM- ERY BUHER E ask your igroeer for this the next time you need butter .and if he cannot supply you; have his name. People that Imve wed It Eay It Is good and .come back for and you'.wJil do the same. All tho leading grocers in tho city are handling this ffrio brand of_biitter, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBR1DQE, PHONE 1929 PRESCRIPTION SPECIA.USTS: LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND H.EALTHFUL OF Ail FOODS It IE also" brie of the cheapest of foods. Our pure; fresh, pasteurized rhilk, Is the kind' you- 1 fieed.J Are You Using. Buttermilk? it Is excellent cooking .-and .makes a good drink. Only 5c per; quart, '.delivered. rhone 1576 and have, ourVdriver call, THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, IJD. PHONE 1576 A CHARM ALit ITS OWN in desigrn and possessing a tonal richness so dccpiandl tnie tFiat musicians have accorded it the right to claim comparison jin tone to a fine grand; The Nordheimer Apartment Upright is a piano that conveys V very definite impression of supremo quality. The tone is full and resonant throughout the entire a "Singingquality that commends it to the most exactihg merits its prestige, through its torle kcy-boarn mechanism, Its high standard ot, craftsmanship and superiority of finish a'r6 at once apparent. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. Phone 1545, eth St. S.