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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WHE8E YOU EXPECT R THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVt LOCAL NEW8 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920 LETHBR11MJE, ALJ3ERTA. PAGE SEVEN. Premier ance Of Real ure Mr. Meighen Had Friendly and Helpful talk With School Pupili. .-.-'V GRAIN SHIPMENTS! JURY DISAGREED AGAIN WEIR IS DISCHARGED For the second time the jury .In trial of Edwjn _ Weir charged with perjury. not the "custom'of Crown io place a defendant on trial for the third time, so Weir remains In the position of being with the Crown.staying proceedings. Advice tempered for children up to vas implicated. _ pleaded Bidding Was Not Sale Adjourned to Thurs- day DANCB AS BENEFIT- FOR .FOOTBALL PLAYEDS The Lethbridge CJly.and District Football aro holding u dance nest Tuesday in tbe Masouie hall, the proceeds to go to the benefit of Injured players. Since the game In Calgary one membe'r of the Reds has been receiving hospital treatment and. several other football players during' the season have so suffered that heavy doctor anil hospital bills have had to be met. Dancing will com- mence at 9.o'clock and tickets obtained from members of the esecu live of the association and Returned, Men ilirigatefi Land Will i5e Available Un- der Soldiers' Settle- ment Act 7 footballers. The city las sale opened this morn- ing as advertised, with ha'rely ft dozen jircsent. The bidding was riot. by 'any' means .brisk, and there was nothing "of a competitive iiaturo in the prices at'which the lots sold were 'knocked down. Tile-sale was in, charge of'the city clerk, and, after lasting tor afl hour, was adjourn- ed until ten o'clock' on Thursday morning, November llth. In all there vero 44 lots put up, of which IS were purchased by Indivi- duals, arid'26 fell city without a bid. The total taxes rep- resented in the' tax sale are 118.62. The IS lots sold realized in all >4111.07, and the 2C which revert- ed to the city represented 15561.27. The total rales amounted to SOLD TEN CARS OF A GOVERNMENT HAY Inter-Provincial Highway Has Been Improved by Govern- ment'This'Season (Edmonton Bulletin.) Highway construction work iu the south of the province is progressing well, according to Hpn; A. J. McLeau, minister of. public works, who was iu the city to busi- ness matters In comiectiou wilh his department.'Mr.': McLean has been spending'V short time on Ms ranch near piuclief and says thresh- ng; oporalicma are almost finished in :hat the wheat yield for better thai'wasVeipected. One of the .Heaviest tasks In high- wav the-depart-1 m-ntfaces in life mountain section of morning he disposed of ten cars .of tbe jnter-prbvincialVhlghway, which government hay stored Bank Clearings Shows a Larger Percentage Increase Than Calgary j Fruit from this pkanagaii valley and n'o'iuts south in the United .-'States Is "cinniug Lethbrldgp'; Iii? large giiilty "at the'time'before'-Judge Jack- contained the.FostpfUce safe. He.was sentenced, to six months, and: is iioiv jbht on parole.'. He gavefevidence this rooming' repealing his. siila stop' and confessing to various acts of ueliiuiiiehcj-.with others. Glines is EDMONTON 1 r J i KUMONTON, Nov. The death James Weir, government hay and feed representative iu Lethbridge re- turned last night from harvesting op- hoine in Olds. This Tlils moruiug one through freight train reaching Lelhbridge had teen refrigerator cars' on" Western Canada. Every .through freight train now hauls a.good.number ot refriger- ator .cars, ;Thp increase.iu this .business Is. as- sisting the" farmers ..imofar 'as it brings refrigerator-cars''-into the cording to a shipping grain td United Stales.points.. took place .iu the city, at the family The" Herald understands .that farmers residence Sunday afternoon of I'Jfag rath, aged 51, prominent _. _____ _____ world. The one wlio nets on in -this, real estate operator in 'Edmonton for world Is not the one who someo'ne is many years. Tho deceased had been always 'helping along. The only one] confined to the home. for Ibe past two taking advantage of this regulation -in the number of refrigerator wlio'can belli you is said the Premier.' .Read'Qood Books Coniinniiiir, be told the young peo- ple ilia I the habit ot always, looking months and in failing health during iho pasl following a- paralytic 'stroke about twelve months ago. Jforn near Xtesorohto, Ontario, In Mr. Mflgrath, previonsj to..cpm- One of the principal railroads run- ning out of 'London will put in pressed sleel .ties, which include in their, structure chains-'Into 'Which the rajls arc forced withimt boiling. enters .Alberta, .easj. of Medicine Hat, and tlirougli. Ixsthbridge, Piu- eher; Creel; and .Frinl'- and connects with the British Columbia section in the Crow'ff-Nest'rPaVs. A portion this road haa.lieen'newiy constructed this season, with work still continuing through .the-rocKS-tiu the mountain links. has al- so Southern Roads Irnproved Other1 new construction, has -been on the Calgary-Eanrt'rbad .whicli. has been straiglifelied iuVsoiiie generally gravelling completed iu several.jilaces..' On the new inlernatjpnal. road, ruu- niiig- through Cla'rdsl'pn, fo ..Glacier Park III Ing tlte 'HSSt'Ji'ofnUie .Jit'. Mary's river, ImitorLarit -construction work has been earfietl put about sixty miles in length, the portion across Indian reserve north of, Cardslon he completed i56utn the olher in tern a tioiial. h igbwa to G outts, regrad- In'g.aud reiiair also been ac- .couiplislied during the Beason. cars of hay In Lethbridge. 'Fall plowing in the Olds district is in full swing. Some- Qt.the farm- ers have. completed their plowing, while others just nicely started. It seems to 'bo the plan of the' farm- ers to do as miich fall plowing as possible, Mr. Weir said. Figures of bank clearings for Oc- tohcr as published Iu- the 'Monetary Times .show Lethbridge' is Jolug a Ht- Lle better than holding :her own in this regard in the west. Tho city shows a larger per centage of Increase tban Calgary and is'far ahead of'. Medi- cine Hat. Some of the cities with lower clear- ings than Lethbridge are Peterbor- ough, New Westminster, Kitchener, Fort William, Brandon. Tho Lethbridge figures for the month Oc- lober, which Is an in- crease of Returned soldiers, who are allow- ed land under the Soldiers' Settlement Aft'Will b? able to take up irrigat- ed laud in Southern Alberta SB Boon the watar Is on Iho land, Record- ing to a statement made by Mnnnay afternoon, and given to i'he Herald through President Thomas Lougfforth, of the 0. W.-V. A. -Mr.-Longwprth and .Secretary L. Turcotte waited on Mr. Melgheo. with a number of questions p Mr, Jleighen' received two delsgai fipns follow lug Ihe luncheon at the Masonic Hall.. Tho Veterans was one, of thoni; and'the ether, was i Siiilth, who 'appeared on behalf ot about one hundred und fiitv raeii who were stationed at the intern1 iiient camp at Lethbridge. They Bask- ed .about obtaining. ances-and were t61rt that the would be The Prime. practically IjOhgworth said, that fl mistake had been .made In the sys.; teni. adopted .by th.o. Dominion iit granting 'Tho'.first asked him was: ion on tbe present seile of pensionB7 Arc tbe> adequate' Do jou equality fpr.all-rankst' CANADA'S WAR VETERANS WILL BE REPRESENTED for fnlWo. Is the uiosti'inSilo.UilnioiitouijH 1COJ; C- mm IIB '-'Self-'iuent'in" busi- i vi CAVUSU f.Ji '-f T i f vital h'hh'lt that can be formed. -'Self-Iinent in .the ousi reliance, self-reliability and 'self-do-j ness lieuflabillty are should the first lessons one i since with his family. a was a i I'lucnt- having served -iin Speaking a iiout- hternture he sail tai ,the. -t, chllrcIiF aring DESIGNS FOR THE LAURIER MEMORIAL Nov. .for the Laurier mem- orial'will bo considered by. th'e 'sub- committee in oil' 20 and Xovcpibcr 27.. Over 50 designs have beuil Submitted. Tli'e'BUp-com- :'lt- consists: of Hon.'W. li! Biidolphe Fisher, TJaariui-aud and C. Larkin and II, B. McUlvotn1: OTTAWA, Nov.' war- 'veterans will be represented at the Armistice Day ceremony in Westminster Abbey, Lon- don, when an unknown soldier is to be burled. Cabled instructions have been sent from the Dominion conr mand G. W. V. A. to the United King dom branch ot the G. W. Y. A. asking that a wreath be laid on the biei- of thi unknown soldier when the ceremon. burial takes place on le.king is' to lie hipurne 'this unkiiown soldier, who, th ominioh V. per- ap.s.lib a Canadian. The wreath will ear the inscription indicating that from Canadian soldiers' In honor (hat is oiic thing are nnani mous_ on, ;that is what is good anu, Edmoiiton; and, has bad literature and that nothing but _...._.. harm can come from reading iloor literature. Good literature will, lieln to develop tlie inlnil in the proper way and will be of great benefit In later life. Mr. Hoy-Davidson acted as chair-, man mid others on tbe platform'were Superintendent Hddgsoii, Judge Jack- Eon, S. IJall end Inspector Watsou. HAD LIQUOR ON PREMISES TWO FINED For having .'liquor ;on !n excessr.of, al- lows Hoy.'M. Sewell was fined friends In his business' and social relations. Mr. Magratli is survived by his .widow and' one sou, Adrian, who resvlfi'ill; tho Highlands district. He lias been prominent in public affairs.' TRY .TO AVERT MINERS' STRIKE IN FRANCE TO ASK RELEASE .WINNIPEG STRIKERS ..With the'- arrival of Mayor Clarke, of Edrnonton at the con- ,'yentloii of the Union of Alberta 'Munlcinalitics this afternoon, is expected that there will lie some excitement creraled in tho meeting. With a resolution he put before the conven- tion, asking tho Government to release the Winnipeg'strik- ers now in Jail, a stormy infer-: lude in tbp convention nntlcipatcd.... PARIS, -Nor... government has'agreerneuL froni mine employers to meet representatives, of the. National Federation of Mlnersriii au effort to ayjjrt slrike for enlprcing'the liigher wages and with costs it the'city: police court on: i i same offence mines, it is learned Ulure Kennedy, was flned ?50 with Ulnre costs. ed Day Chief la charge o! 'supplying him, that the maximum, scale ho multiplied by live, as the cost of living, they rep- increased more than -atlon: represents workers In the with drink; -andvwas re- 1uarne8- manded days, hall, belflg al- lowed. i A negro -pair, i Charles and Roso iWdgcrs, each fined J10 wilh costs for cjnslng when >n 1900. under the Influence of liquor. The production of .slili tho United Slates has grown to. a year, as wilh only ?100r- DON'T FORGET' onls' place where youican get your shoes repaired by Drac- shoemakers Is at Hutton Perkins 118A' Fifth Street South Phone 693 doors S. "of Theitre THE AMERICAN1 BURLESQUE IRISH INQUIRY _ WASHINGTON7, ...Nov. 8. "Ainericim commission- on Ifeland" annomiccd today that ol; the ateuuily-incrcasing 'gravity of tho situation'In Ireland" it lias decided to' increase' the membership of the body which will begin heaVliiga hero November 17 from five to seven and to enlarge the scope of its inquiry. BAWDEN BROS. ,PHONE 625 SECnbllAL BOOKCASES Three sections, top and'base. Worth P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 54 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue South Altfays in good taste. JQHNGILMORE Limited y BAKERS PHONE 378 GOOD FOOD prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Wiii malio a favorito with you, too. The Yale 612 FIFTH STREET SOUTH HAVE YOU vTRIED "OLD CHIEF 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 that have used H say it is good and como back for moro and you will do tho same. AH the leading grocers In the city are handling this fine brand of butler. 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 'I'. Supper Served from to 7 p.m. EVERYBODY COME an linknown killed In the great on the la nl His answer Ibe pienslq.ii.s are as good as can-'ba and liat if lie liad to go through the samb u 51 ness again pensions for all ranks voulcl Ite eonal I The second. question read: is "our opinion of the present fteturnetl Act' From ITxu Und point of the unjontt of return ed soldiers It wou'd appear inade quite Sir Meighen's answer was act Is OK There Is at present no liouaing scheme whatever In this province anil ilthnugh this lifts been taVcn up V A for some consider nothing apparently "cari b'e lone. Covild you suggest any reraedi' tins' iwas the third question Mr ifeighen said this tip to ths pror 'uce. ,Tlic fourth qiiestioiss What Is ybnr oilintnn onS to returned Tho answer was there lie no nibre: Uuring the period' that the S. S. P. has been iu existence it has been very. hard, for .returned men in this district ti> get any satisfaction as tr.r as securing land, in sou them .part ot Alberfa Now tint irrigation Is pras, ticall> certain foi certain oJ tlie south IB there an> possihiUty ol returned men securing advantages 'oier the cniHan' Mr Meighen s answer to effect that VIJ! be iblo to get irrigated land up dec the S S B us soon as IB BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An Unlimited Supply Of Second-Hand Tires and Tubes PRICES RANGING FROM UP, ALL 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 Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works ..712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It Is aTso one of the cheapest of foods. Our. pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you Are You Uaing Butiertnilk? It Is excellent for cooking and makes a gcorl drink. Only 5o ncr quart, delivered. Phone and .have our-drlyeivcall. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY; LTD. .__ PHONE 1576 ;