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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERAUXS OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER LLTHBHIUGE, MJlBKTA; PAGE SEVEN LOCALLABORCOUNCIL DEMANDS A RADICAL CHANGE! THE PRESENT OF MEDICAL TREATMENT TLero .wa'e a well-altouded meeting any action, they would require a far- V o 0 Frank Lefflngwell, M.L.A., of Warner, was reported ser- M. P. P. ILL iously ill yesterday, anil McXaily was summoned from the city. The patient Is suf- fering from n Severe attack of erysipelas, but the latest ac- counts are that he is progres- 8ing favorably, Ot tho" Lethbridgo Trades and Labor orablc oppression from tha majority fy Q Council, held In the new labor hall ot the organizations In the aver the Alberta Grill lust evening.i Briefly the-suggested scheme There were several Important quest- vides for the abolition of all contracts Ions" brought iip ana caused, heated between groups ot workers and doc- discussion, (tors for the'furnishing of medical at- Tho wei'kir half-holiday again canie tention, also the plan now in opera- up for discussion, In a cmiinjunlcaliou (ion providing for njedlcal and hos-. Tronrtho Barbers Lorar Union No. 71-, pitai treatment In (he ease "ot acci- asklus the council to petition the pro- dents.-and the inauguration ot .one viiu'ial government to enact a law plan that will, provide medical atten-1 ilosing alt, retail, stores anil, .barber lion for .workers nil fihopV iui the province every both for sickness and accidents, the at 12 o'clock noon. I cost of administration to be met by a It was decided to u'raft a .resolution1 charge .against .the wages of workers, along tho lines suggested to be sub- or; the 'nationalization, insofar as the raittcd to tha Alberta Federation of workers are concerned, ot the mcMcal Labor to bo discussed at the coming profession, cost of administration to t-opveutlon to be lield in Edmonton in be met by direct taxation. January. A Medical Aid.Plan A communication was' read from the secretary of ihe Alberta Federa- the Workmen's' Compensation Hoard lion of. Labor asking the to and the Alberta Federation of.Labor urge the Compensation to this effect: lloird la'put iu operation a niedical. D i inrimiUeefullnied- Th. The council .went on .record as un- animously apprbvlng'the plan, and the secretary was instructed to .write THIS IS LEAP YEAR IN OUR BANK CLEARINGS Up They Go Agais About a Half-Mil- lion Over a Year Is Becoming v. a Weekly .Habit With Them. Again Ltthbridje bank clearings soar away above a year ago. A year. 390 this week the clearings totalled This week the 1919 figure Is walloped another half-million. Just figure It out. This week, 1920........................... Same week, 1919 Excess 1S20 Imagine how these clearings would leap if we only more Irriga-. Likely To lie Three Hundred in Attendance Before the j Convention Ends principals, Inspectors and Convention Tho convention-call was read to the ____..__ i._ I..TJ t_ Ul fall attention to workers and their 7th annual convention to lie held. In ?-nfl (.16ofl IMi attention to worKers aim ineir vin annuni cuint-miun iu Lelhbridge are far-accident and sick- the city of Edmonton commencing on day lhelr nuss. couiinnnlfatlou stated the Monday, Jan. 10. delegates were (Odav jwo 3'VJeratioii of Labor had already ap- anpointed from the council, President jstcretip ,i ls are In the city to- convention. Up hundred had reg- .J.V...U, uuu ,i Bought that by eve- lirdached tea board with a view ot Kingdom and Secretary Hawkins, tho nteg the wlll havo reacUcd adopting this sclieme; but had hecn in- latter being the vice-president for lho three humlred mark, formed before tho board- could take LetlibrWge to the.Federation. The convention 13 an important one. Matters of great moment to the tcach- Jng profession, and to the educational 4jli.ro of the country, will be discussed First Woolf, IlaynioiidVf A. David- ion, Central BCliool, Lctlibrldge. B. Sharman. Leth- bridge. Sister --Korller, Lethbridge, Miss Ruth SUellou, Orion, Mr. Assel- tine, Bellevuei Walter Low, Card- slon, Inspector J. H, Hutchison, B. A., Inspector Owen Williams, B. A., CarJstou; Inspector John Scoffleld; B. A., Foremost, Inspector A. J. Watson, B. A., Lethbridse, and-J. E. Hodgson, A., Lethbridge. RIVER VERY LOW capable speakers. This morning was merely devoted to registration of delegates N and observation of class work at Central school. Sirs. C. E. Cameron, of Mac- leau school, demonstrated the typical rural school of tVcaty'-oiio pupils. Othrs who took 'part iu class woi-k'. .dempnslratlon were Fliillip Miss Katherine Mc- The-report of thu .Merlical Officer 'of Health for tho month gives the following number of con- LOMOND tagious and infectious" diseases: Chicken pox, 15; measles, 1; scarlet fever 7; typhoid fever, 2 (one outside tuberculosis 1 (outside The water of the Belly Riv- er in the intake Is yet recorded of _any .previous years. It ba's bea'tea the record of last year, when it- thought to be the lowest'afler three dry yeare. A-'Jj, Miss -Margaret 'Smith, ____ Gladys Hate in ail, Miss 'Miss 'Agnes' P. Kcrr, Miss Jliss Edith Boies, Mrb.'McKehzle, und a round table discussion of the proh lems: ot principalshli) 'led by J.' B. Arthur of Lomond. "WAS i Hodgson, B. A-., superintendent of :WAS ACQUITTED PREPARING FOR FESTIVITIES AT .CHRISTMASTIME To celebrate Christmas tho C. P. H. Social' ami "Athletic club is planning n big time of all C. P. It. employees in Lethbridge. A real San- ta Clans will be on Ihe job and there will be something for every child, con- cerning ivhoui Sun.ta has been notified. Preliminary: arrangements were started at a meetirig of the club Tues day.nlghtV.1 A'cphimittee of three was appointed :tb'ina'ke'arrangements. The three F. E. Ileagh, pregiflent and Win: Hat- fern. A third wiil'be picked froin sonio other Justice Simmons Thinks Pris- oner Tried to Keep Witness Out of Coiinlry' 1C deaths occasioned hy'niiitted of the charge and tho following causes: Dysentery Ing bouily harm to his young wife onj One leading spirit in til e education- iles colitis 1. peritonitis 1, acute en-.-the conclusion of the evidence at the.al affairs of the province, one, in fact, teritis 1, 1, tub-'Supreme Court'on Wednesday after-jwho stands at the head, Hon. George arailosls 1, nephritis 1, cancer of the iiooh. His Lordship held that in theiP! Smith, minister of education, will breast t. castro enteritis-1. typhoid domestic'relations between'the two not'be present owing to his recent fever (Carmangay) 1 seiiticemia 1 parties they were both to blame. This'accident. General-regret Is express'. anesthesia 1, smallnox (died at Turin) concluded, the hearings 1, acute endo carditis I, courl- Be salts' bf .M ilk; Te st s Crystal Dairy Chief Mountain BuHerwiek___.............. Results of Tests of Milk for Sendlment Grade 1 clean 5 Dirty Cryalal Dairy'............... 1 Chief Mountain 1 Ilutterwick............... 1 Butterwick.............'.... 2 City Water. r Tests of city water showed no trace of colon bacilli (the typhoid Butter OBSERVEDv'ARMISTICE V Fat BAYf 'COURT 4.0% a TCi' before thoied over' this news' as the'address qi the popular minister-Is 'always source 'of'-in'spiratioh and encourage- ment to those engaged in lho teach- ing profession.1 ,rv The Present-Officers The officers 'of the South Alberta Armistice Day was observed In tfie Teachers' association, w'ho are par- city police co'.irt by Chief Gillespie liculafly active in the coriventin, are: calling for'two'iiiin'utos' suspension oti J. McGowan, Macleod. proceedings wliil'ii .the. trial'ot aiko for assault was going' on. 'At two minutes to eleven all the steam It is have a large Christ- mas tree among ptlier attractions. Tlio i co-operation of eyerv employee of xthc i C.P.Tt. with a family Is requested to make'this Christmas, tree a success.- The affair Is'not being conflned to the members'of sthe'club. C. P. R. em- ployees with'children will hear more about the arrangements for the affair, which is scheduled: for December 23, at a'iater datel On the calling ot the case agains Harvey GHncs, 'on tho charge of steal ing a heifer, Sir. Justice Simmon stated that he would, not try him afte the opinio.ntfho held in addressing the jury in regard to onicc rob hery'at o'n which Gline was acquitted by the jury. Thi brought forward an application from C F. Harris, counsel for the accused, fo bail. This his lordship refused, order Ing Glines to be held in custody such time as he cume up for trial be fore another judge. Ho was led t this decision in the conclusion ho ha 'come to thai Glines'had endeavored t keep tho witness Collett, the prin cipal-witness against .him, out of th .cjnralry.: Counsel then: applied .for trial-by jury, und.an argument follpw- edi-with tho ;judgq refusing the ap- nnd abiding by his decision Apostle Smith is .to Speak in of Late President of Church MILITIA ORDERS, NAME OFFICERS FOR 20TH BATTERY The following appointments and promotions- arc aatSorkeJ oa organization ot the 25thYBattery as" the "20th Battery" from the 15th. September, 1920; (General Order 13, To be provisional Major and to command Major D. A. Mc- M. C. To be captain. Heuteiaat SL B. One of the youngest but one of the B" .Juason. Canadiaa' .Militia. blest leaders of Ihs Church of Jesus t To be lieu ten ants, Lieutenant Christ ot Latter Day Saints (Mor- (supernumerary) B. 0. MacKenzie, Elder Joseph Fielding Smith, John H. Jacluon, gentleman. a member of the Council of Twelve Apostles will'speak In Ihe The -judermcntlonel provisionally the hiircli tonight at 7.30 o'clock. Elder appointed officers having qualified themselves for the appointments, are Imith is .here from Utah to. attend confirmed In their rank, from Ike! he conferences of the Alberta dates set opposite their respective and ho will bo tho principal speaker names: at tha Taylor stake conference in y.e4'- E C Raymond next Saturday: and Sunday, Elder Smith, who Is tHe sou of the ate President -Joseph F. Smilh, 13 one of the youngest- of the apostles of he church. He has had a notable career as a missionary, speaker and writer. He is recognized as onb of Ha foremost speakers of church. The public Is invited to tonight's meeting, when it is expected that tho C. F.. A, 1st 1915. visiting minister -will take UP'BOUIO of the important doctrines'of tie "Mor- moii" church: The stake presidency. Presidents Allen, Snow and will also be present Bishop George W. Green will be In charge of the ser- and special music if III renV dcreil. TOURIST SLEEPING CARS DIRECT TO SHIP'S SIDES IN CONNECTION WITH SAILINGS OF S.S. "MELiTA" from ST. JOHN, December 10th, OF BRITAIN" from ST. JOHN, December 15th. Leave MEDICINE HAT 7.50 a.m., December 6th' and llth, 1920. For) reservations apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent sirens'of the .city and.the engines of tho'C. P. H: vrere sounded; CLIMATE AT THE PACIFIC COAST IS THE GREAT MAGNET GLOHIOUS! Is a word commonly used to describe the climate at the Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists relmid money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves .Itching Piles, nnrt you can get restful sleep-after first application. COe. i The highest count of bacteria was 21 Tacific Coast; whero'tlie Ms fur coat and ths lowest 2; making on bo where tha average of 6. j temperature in the month of January Laboratory Work j is 38.3'dcg., where Golf on tho many j Samples of water examined 19 evergreen courses may' be played' Samples of milk examined 3 every day In lho year, nnd motoring'' Specimens examined 7'is a favorite pastime.. Smallpox Vaccine supplied, points 20 Hundreds of. Prairie folks winter Mailing outfits given out 14 at Vancouver and Victoria lured there At the request ot Mr, Petley, boys' Try the delightful climate, secretary, a series of tests! Hetit a bungalow or stay at one or have been made of the'water in the both of, the magnificient hotels, tho swimming pool, and'the water is to Hotel Vancouver of lhat city or the be changed more frequently'as a re. suit. Isolation Report. Patients admitted Curing -October, Scarlet fevo'r Patients Oct. Patients remaining, Oct. 31st Number of hospital Girl's Statement Will Help Lethbridge Many "women will profit by the fol- lowing'statement of one of their sex: "I wag afraid (o eat on account ot Moinadi trouble. T3ven rice did rfot agree. After, taking-Adler-Mia 1 can cat: acts on BOTH upper and loWef bowel, remov- ing foul matter ;1yhich poisoned stom- ach. EXCELLENT for EOS on the sfdinacli .or sbi.ir i Btomacli., Guards ngatnsl 'brings out poisonous. malter'iypu never thought was In ybur system. J, p. IHglu- botham ft Empress Hotel at Victoria. Tho Canadian Pacific operate dally two splendidly appointed trains, from the windows of whlclu tha majestic 1' peaks of tho Canadian Kockies may 2 be enjoyed for over 500 miles. Truly 0 a wonderful sigiit. r Attractive illustrated literature', and particulars will gladly bo furnished on application to any .Canadian Pacific Ii2 DON'T FORGET Tho.only place can. get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers la at Hutton Perkins 41BA Fifth Street South Phone 693 S doors S, of Colonial Thtatro Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will rnalio this cato a favorito with'.you, The Yale E12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, MOIR'S BOXES OF CHOGOlM WHILE THEY-LAST J Lb. Boxes BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 ALL FEATHER PILLOWS PER PAIR 82.95 P.O. nox 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND C0; 5-6 Acodla Building 612 Third Avenue South Always .in good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 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 It say it is good and come back for more and you will do the same. All the leading grocers-in tho city are hanrtling this fine brand of-hittter. Chief Mountain Creainery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1529 HO! YOU DANCERS! I'tTopget Tuea Bov, IGth Masonic Orchestra A GOOD.TIME-AMO LOTS OF FUN iTickets Per Coiiple HI It Ice. FRIDAY SATURDAY AT Jonathans and Wagners, No. 3 pack, in splendid condition. Special, O A per case IvObiii Kood Rolle'd Oats, in tubes .34c Robin Hood Rolled Oats, 8 Ib. sacks 56c Royal Shield Tea, per Ib 58c Donalco Standard Peas, 2 tins for ,45c Onions, B.C.: stock, 6 Ibs. for ____ 25c New Season's Seedless Raisins, per 15-oz. pk.. .36c' Campbell's Tohiatb Soup, per tin 19c Kootenashi Beans, per Ib. ____ 9c Can-away per Ib. ____ ____ 60c DEMONSTRATION OF OUR PASTEUR- SEPARATED MILK R. WILSON FREE DELIVERY 1112 6TH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 657. BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An Unlimited Supply Of Second-Hand Tires and tubes PRICES RANGING FROM r ALL' SIZES Why go to tlie expense of buying new tires an'A lubes 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- HEALTHFUL ALLFOODS tt Is also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent for cooking and makes a good drink. Only 5e per quart, delivered. Phone 1576 and have our driver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 ;