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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TB LOCAL KIWI WHEXB YOU KXPCCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tnrt LOCAL news MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1920 ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN ROBERT SAGE, OLD-TIMER, DIES AFTER SHORT ILLNESS Came To LethbHdgc la Is Survived By Widow aad Five Children There passed away In the Gait hos- pital at ou Sunday evening. Robert Sage, a well known citizen and ono who had been a resident in the] city for the past 32 years. He died at the ago of 72. years from heart fall-J uro Induced by acute indigestion, after having, to take to hla bed on Thun-; day last. Ills death came as a' shock to the as many were not aware of his illness. Came Here In 1tt8 In the; death of the late Robert Sage one more old-timer -has gone west, and has gone :what' may well be said to he a local character well known to everybody. U was In 1888 that the debated came to the 'city from-Jledtcllie. Hit where he arrived from Portage La. Prairie. In the Hat he was bookkeeper fqr.threo years at the 'general store of Clco. McCualg. Coming -to Lethbridge in the early days ho worked as bookkeeper in the THE LATE ROBERT SAQE the oiBco of the city treasurer up colliery office of the Northwestern i to the time of his death. Cod and Navigation Co., which wasi The late Hobert Sage WAS oorn at superseded by the A. R. and I. Co. Corarie, !o Perthshire, Scotland. His Leaving the Coal and Navigation Co. aged mother still survives him. He ho was for some time carekeeper to mourn him his widow and the old Customs .building, now the headquarters of Iho Prom five children, four daughters and ona son.- Tho daughters are Mrs. DenhbiD McLean, of husband Is the son of the late Bishop ol Sas- __-----...------- katchewan, Sirs, fl.-Ai Liindy, of Cal- son, ;and after, that started the Red gary, Mill Ina Sage, who ia matron Cross Drag and Book CO., Iu partner-1 of the hospital at Cardston, Miss shin with Mr. McCready. On tho dis- j Roberta Sage, a nurse at the Gait solution of the partnership he went Hospital. The'.pnly sbn, Harold Sage, the Customs Mr. Sage went oh to em- bark in the: stationary business, buy- ing out the .interns I of Robin- back io tho.stationery business, estab- lishing the Printers and Stationers, Ltd., afterwards acquired by Hay and Gretnnll. From there he went the city hall to take up the position of cashier Iu 1915. He was employed they will be able to get the best pot- sible price for It. It Is not a ques- tion of any organized plan that will mean that the wheat will cost the consumer a great deal more, but to cave as much of the real .value ot t'uo wheat for tho grower as possible." tfrS Nellie Pitbn i'noralng that tho Coaldale house was f one of (he test equipped yet built by Alias Bertucd, Charged With Victoria, B. C. J. B. Davies Not Endorsed For Mayoralty Officially By G. W.V. A. is Stated If J. B. Davies enters the, municipal campaign for mayor ot Lelhbridge he will he running as an Independent candidate so far as, the O.W.V.A. Is concerned. Although Mr. Davles is a member .ot the above organization, It wus made evident at the general meeting of the G.W.V.A. Sunday after- noon that Davies would not bo the official candidate of the organization. A resolution was passed to the ef- fect that if Mr. Davles cntereil the mayoralty campaign againiit Mayor Hardlo he would not be running as a G.W.V.A. candidate. Delegates to the Medicine Hat con- vention of the Alberta branch .of the G.W.V.A., were appointed as follows: Thomas Longworth, president of the loca! branch, L. Turcotte, secretary, Jack Davis and C. F. Wriy. Mr. Long- worth will also he a provincial rep- resentative. The membership of tho O.W.V.A. in Lethhridgo Is now well over 900. Twenty-eight new members wore add- ed during October. Married Lethbridge, Alberta, in H. Henry Piton, In 1915 Mrs. >iton 'again weit through a form of mafrjage. It alleged, with a man named .Weaver at Great Fiills, Mon- ana. Then in this year Mrs. Piton. herself Mrs. Weaver, went through a form of marriage In Seaitlo with :uc-cl. dalo la veil supplied with storage fac- ilities. heard at 'YIleal lo De losrKeiea. vtun me ereo- Ke. local'police court for some time illcm ot thii ?ew elevators this fall, was) heard this morning when and the Al- N'elllo Pllon was charged with that beita Grain company's house, Coal- offrncc. .The accused pleaded gnllly to the charge of bigamy, Ihrough her coun- sel, H. C, Lowe. The evidence showed ihat after on- alulug a separation agreement from ler Piton subsequently nan-ied'twice again, while her bus- land was living. She returned lo Vlc- oria, where she has worked as a nurse h air the to face the One of Fe'alnres of Most Sne- eessfql and Enjoyable Obser- vance of Nov. 5 Lethbridp! Loyal Orange Lodge No. 16C6, held, a social evening on the night of -Nov. 5th In the Moose hall, in the form of a whist drive; coricert 'and dance. :About 7S couples' were present 22 tables In play. Some high tallies were turned .In at the ex- piration of .play'. Ladies' first prize to Mrs. K. Chspnisn r.nd gent's first prize to Mr. WlEhtman, ladies' bobby fiie. to JIlss Sweet and gent's booby prlie to R. After distribution of prizes, the chairman, Brp. H. Chapman called .up-1 on Beattlo, deputy grand master tor an address! Taking as his subject: "Why the Orange association com. memorates the 5th ot November." Ero. Seattle's address was both inter- esting and instructive and was ap- preciated by the close attention of all present. At the close of the deputy grand master's address a musical program was' proceeded with, the chairman calljng.upon the following artists Musical selection Miss Vcra Qlan: ville's orchestra. Comic A. Olonvllle. Miss Podger, applause. "The Black Miss Podser. Piano Miss Olanvllle. Soft shoe W: O. Hutton. Kentlmental J. Kane. Harp and cello duct J.: Murphy and E. Castles. Comic soli Harrlgan. U Is B Qlanvllle's orchestra, Comic quartette Bros. Halnes, Hnt- ton, Kane, McKeill. Slight of hand Mrs. Mur- phy 'and J. Kane. Harp .and cello Mre. Murphy and Caitles. Contortion 1st j. McDonald. tho musical pro- Then a aumptuoua luncheon fa with the Dominion Express Co. at Edmonton.- _ Was an Alderman The late Mr. Sags was, at one time an -alderman In the city, in 1010-11. He had a peculiarly Scotch humor and gave expression to this in very char- acteristic communications to the press. He had the newspaper instinct, and at ono time edited a paper known as the which ran for a short time In the city. In.this he had tho [opportunity for" moch of his native and very often caustic wit. He was a member of the Masonic order, and at one time was secretary of the local lodga. The funeral will take placeI from the residence 918' 2ndVAve.'i S.V on Wed- nesday, Nov. 10, at. proceed to Wesley church where services will be conducted'by, Flev.'C. B. Cragg, as- slstej.hy ReVi bapt. ijtnqpti.; Inter- Party Arrives From North At Tonight Opens at 8 nt: will cemeUry. _ in the public was served, presided over, oy McNeil) and McDonald, everyone pre- sent doing ample justice to tho good things In store. Lunch bring over dancing was indulged In to the wee email hours of the morning, Miss Clan- villa's 'Orchestra rendering axcellent l nnrnbers, receiving numerous after each number, BAWDEN BROS. IHONE ezs BLANKETS M" X W Regular Now Are Merely Exercising More Caution in Marketing Says C. Rice-Jonca "To say that Alberta farmers have gone 'on strike' la a.gross misrepre- sentation ot their remark- ed C. nice-Jones, general manager of the United Grain Growers, who is at the present time on a visit to Cal- gary. "It Is a deliberate attempt to put theqi In an entirely wrong he continued. Sir. Rice-Jones Blalcd that farm- ers had a perfect right to market their wheat In such a way as they could get the best posslblo price for It, and because they stuilleiXhe mar- ket and because they refuse to put all their wheat on the market at one time of the year he'cnuld not see how any Interpretation could'be placed on It as'a "strike." Studying the Market "Tho fact of tho matter he said, "that before the price was fixed because of conditions farmers were unaole to avoid they wero market a large portion of their wheat In the fall, when the price Is alwaya down, a considerable, portion of it, no doubt, passing Into the hands of speculators'who hold It until tho spring when they are able to sell it at a considerable pro- fit. It is, therefore, very gratifying to see that tho farmers this year are, as far as they can, sending their wheat to market In siich a way as Punctually to time the train with Premier Meighen and Hon. J. A. Cald- er, arrived tat depot from The Premier and Mr. Calder were the only two of the having gone on lo Ottawa from Cal- gary, was' Mrs. Melghen. At the station to meet the, distin- guished visitors were a number of iacludiag Jtsysr liarulo, W. A. M.P., Brigadier-General Stewart, W. S. Uall, S, J. Shepherd, Superintendent .Peunefather, Superln- tenderit of city schools J. B. Hodgson, and others. Mr. Hodgson was five years with Mr. Meighen at the Varsity Toronto.' The premier, who was looking exceptionally well, and who showed no traces of the arduous cam- paign he has been engaged in, to- gather -with Mr. -GaMer. drove to the Masonic Hall to attend the banquet to bo tendered him. The public meeting tonight In the Majestic theatre opens at 3 and tho theatre doors will be open at 7-. 30. Premier Meigheu snd Hon. J. A. Calder will be the only speakers ami they will be Introduced'by W. S. Bali: SNOW ON CAKDSTON LINE Snow Is falling this morning along the Cardston line. Tho farmers ant business men will welcome it as the ground is dry due to the light preclpl tatlon the last few months, months which usually bring some good snow storms. Threshing Is practically com pleted. Around Mag rath there are a few odd Jobs to be done yet, and In Raymond several outfits are still op- erating. DON'T FORGET The only plnco where you cAn Bet your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A Filth Street South Phone' 693 S doors 8. of Colonial Theatre PHONE 1619 Income Ta SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. M Acidla Building 812 Third Avenue South Always in good taste. JOHN GILIORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 ri ieih Pleail Guilty To Bigamy NEW BUS. ELEVATOR OPENED AT COALDALE The new GO.OCO-bushel elevator at Coaldale built by the Alberta Grain company opened this morning. Jobu I Turner, Inspector ot tire elevators on itho Crown line east ol Lethbridge I and south to the boundary stated this (Victoria Times) The flrat bigamy charge heard his company. Mr. Turner they eipect to do a nice business at Coal- dale this year despite the lateness of the season as there la considerable threshing yet. to be done and ttuch wheat be niiirketed. With the ereo- Mission Teacher From Honan Tells Lelhbridge Audience of His Work Abroad Speaking In Knoi Church Stmdsy morning Rev. Mr. Michel, principal of :he Presbyterian Normal school at flonasi, told about the great work that is wilting for money and help In that district. compared the DelJ to a district whose boundaries would be Edmonton, Medicine Hat and Macleod and as tor population he said To Inspect Cardston Temple- May Speak in Lelh- bridge _ _____ An interesting visitor In Southern named Alexandre Ber- Alberta .this week Is Elder Joseph ,Mr. and1 Mrs. Fiton have a-j Fielding Smith, one of the twelve apostles of the Mormon church, who Is chili! eight yeafS at age, which, under he separation agreement, was given .d'-tho custody of.the mother. ,'C. L. Harrison, In prosecuting stat- ed that under the conditions of the Mann.Act, a woman could not cross here from" Utah attending the confer- ences of; the (TO Canadian stakes of Apostle Smith attended the conference of the Alberta stake at the church. Yesterday 'rom one slate to another with a man CardstonY atid neit Saturday and Sun- unless he wero married to her, and day he will'be the main speaker at that might acft'ouht for the last mar-1 the Taylor slake conference In Hay- -ipie.- i mohd. .Today he will Inspect tha great Mr. Plica took the witness hoi, but temple In company with President E. was extremely reluctant lo say any- thing that-would operate against his wife.'-Ha told ot the finding of the marriage certiorates, which his wife admitted... Mrs. Piton denied the sug- from the prosecution that sho lad addicted to the use of mor- ihlae, and told tho court that thongh she had been In the Royal Jubilee hos- ilia! under the care ot Dr. Boak for six It had'-.been from an over- dose of tho drug, and not from the addiction tcrthat drug, which she de- nied. H. C. Lowe, In pleading for leniency J. Wood and other local church lead- ers. It la possible that the visiting apos- tle'will speak in Lethbridge before returning to the south. PAID A FINE OF ?250 WHEN FOUND .WITH A BOTTLE pleaded that .case where Caught vwith. a whiskey bottle in nil hand, Charles M. Robb of Seven'Per- sons, owner of a pool rooni there, had i: 'o on Saturday, the fine of at for his client, asked the court to takejthe court at Bow Island at which he into: consideration the fact that the I appeared. He stated in defence that accused had admitted her .offence, and he had the hpttle for his private use had returned her trial; He and not for sale, on which offence he was charged; in-that only a Jew days back he the license to pile Torance. Hermansen. The accused had been'fined for an offence of the same kind last July. Northern Haliburton !s being over- run by bears which have been driven out of Northern Ontario by forest fires and Sir Sam Hughes has organized a hunting party. a. uspended meet. the ends of Justice. -Mr. Harrison admit- ted that the actions might have been; prompted by, mere foolishness rather than wrongdoing and i stated, that the.' last Bertticci, would have been V brought here 'only It would have meant extra- dition proceedings, as he was across the.line. Jay reserved his Judg- ment, remanding the until to- morrow. Starts Its Sunday Meetings Again r Tho T, M. C. A. startert Its Sunday meeting for men- again yesterday, when Mr. Price of the Baptist "church fairly large gathering and look as his subject the profanity or secularism of Esau. After the meet- Ing, most of present went tip. slalrs to the Strangers Tea, which is ope of the numerous new features put on this year. Financial Man Looks for Im in conversation, said that Itiy hospital, besides plots for Tege-iPer of these are absorbed by tables. Instancing the manner In Pacific coast states. Canadian which ground Is broken up there he bonds a ready sale on the U. S. said that twenty different deeds were Pacific coast, as the people there hire held for this thirty five acres. The church, on this plot has a teat- ing capacity ot five-hundred people and the average attendance.on Sun- days runs in the neighborhood ot three hundred, Mr. Mlciwl said, tie refer- red to Uies Dunn, who Is in that field from Lethbridge and said he had not met her yet but would within the neit couplo ot months, The work at the mission centre, dar- ing the war had not progressed rapid- ly in the matter ot buildings and ac- commodation bnt since the Forward movement had got started things were looking brighter and it Is hoped that a hospital will be built that wilt offer modern facilities. In reference to the rork In. tie district he told of the dIHcultlw of travel. Sometimes they go In wheel- barrows and other: times they ride bicycles. Now efforts are being to obtain motor as go a more Intimate knowledge ot the Do- minion than the people In the east ot the republic. Mr. McDermld Is of the opinion that the market price for bonds will be better than the present in three years time. This Is also the opinion of the provinces and the municipalities, and, acting on this, the provinces, as in the cases of British Columbia and, Manitoba, are Issuing short term bowls for three.years ,rather! than tor. five years, which has been the usual cus- tom. anywhere a wheelbarrow 'can; bo taken. He said roads are never built they just grow. In closing hit address he appealed to the neopJe of Lethbridge to think more of foreign missions and to do all iu their power to help the work Only Presbyterians are In that fle'.d at the present time. GOOD FOOP Well prepared Nicely sejrved Moderately priced Will make this cafe a favorite with you, loo. The Yale 612 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HAVE YOU TRIED "DID CHIEF BRAND CREAM- ERY B If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us have hia name. People that have used U say it is good and come bach for more and you will do tho same. All the lending grocers In the city are handling this fine brand oi butter. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 CAFETERIA SUPPER UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LOCAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN IN THE KNOX CHURCH BASEMENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH Served from 5.30 to 7 p.m. EVERYBODY COME BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An Dnlimhed Supply Of Tires and Tuhes PRICES RANGING FROM UP SIZES Why go to the expense of buying new tires and tubes when you can buy them at half the price. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Letkbridge Vulcanizing Works 71Z THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not be hard on yoor tiothlng. When done properly, prosing ani sponging 'Will makp roar garments wear longer. Why not have your pressing done by the newest pro- cess. Our prices are reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned ....L......JJ.75 Suit, Sponged and PrMsed ...S1.2S Siirt, Prawetf Work called for dellvtreii. Lee Duck THIRTEENTH STREET NO FTTH PKONE 1770 MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF AH FOOD? It U alto of the chcspttt of Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk fs the kind you need, Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent for cooking and makes a drink. Only 60 per quirt, delivered. Phone 1576 and have our driver call, j THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, Lit PHONE 1576 ;