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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE VOCAL NBWS WHEftE TOO KXPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD L THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS .MONDAY, 15, 1920 LETHBK1DGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN Bond Houses Inquiring About The Lethbridge Northern Issue PLAYING POKER IN TAXI OFFICE District Officials Hear From Many Points in the. Dominion. Evidence tlml Canadian capital js be- coming, interested Hi the financing of .the Lethbridgo, Northern Irrigation district Is shown In the fact en- iliilHes from CanudIan bond houses arc bciiig received at tlia'iflslrlct's office. Secretary 'DunnIng announced this uiorolug. that details concerning _ the Issue bad been, requested -by; H Vau- couver, i Toronto and two Winnipeg tiuuses. HeferrtaK to the Irftbbrldgo cm vote the Irrigation Review prints: "The vote of the Lethbridcu Northern Irrigation district Is an Indication of ..the faith of farmers ot Southern Al- .berta in .irrigation; and one. of the sup- reme cases of this faith lias undoubt- edly, been the .excellent results already PLEASED Commissioner CuiIJy of tho A. P. P., is In the city today on business. He expressed him- celt well satisfied with the present condition of-the city. There was, he said, a good feel- ing between the city and the provincial police tho. for- mer were doing good work In their endeavor to keep tho city clean. v A Suudajr night ratd was made by Detectives Wallls and Egao.ofthoclty police, with the result that they caught a number ot uieu indulg- ing In poker at the Hub Taxi office on Third Avenue S. The keeper of tie Joint, Mike Black, was fined wljbv coats at the police court on Monday :BOW morntof, and sli frequenters each flaed }10 with' cos'ts. i The city police have now in their possession three booklets, sent from Calgary, containing a. "rogues' gal- HICKEY FAILED TO APPEAR IN COURT J. T. Hickey, who was to appear at the city, police court" this after: obtained''In. those districts in to answer to tho charge of be- crn Alberta Vhere irrigation has mtoxicated-whUe.driving a motor for several years. ..f "But satisfactory as Its results ond caupingTuTe to Jler- In-lgalion in Southern Alberta havejuert Harrison, be present as shown on the fanns'when tho case was called.'. His hall in the district and in thoselwaB and a'wafrant Issued throughout the Irrigation block of tho fn Canadian TacIOc rallwas-, east of Cai-lor U1B arresl- gary as well as on the newly opened P350 P1 .G.eP- Bennett, charsej project of the Canadbn Land and Ir-j with.supplying ll.quor to the liidiajf, rlgation-'Cbrnpahy; tie results on the Day for two farms In the Lethbrldgo 'Northern days for procuring an Interpreter. district should bo at least equally sat- lafaclofy and should show themselves Immediately, tho.-works arc construct-; GREAT WORK OP with all the. pictures, past Imw lurnr1 h, turnc'd iu present, of criminals In tho Province. irlbutton.s ironj ninety to ninety-five reached "100 Tper cent. KIDDIES OF EMPLOYEES OF C. P, R. PROMISED HOLIDAY TREAT A red letter day for the Kiddles of C. P. R. employees is planned by the 0. P. R. Social and Athletic club and lu a -circular just Issued arrange- Constituency Makes'tnc'''s are 'or Christmas 'tree oa December 23 Sn Masonic hall. In Uio circular an appeal for hearty co-operation' Is. made. H will be up' to the parents to seo thiit their, children, who must not be were ,'.Best Falling Off a Little ed. Tho s.ojl ls'_aniong the best In the! couutry and; niost of the land is ad- mirably; adopted to Irrigation. Merc- over, and this IE perhaps the most im- portant advantage, tho Lethbrlilge _ Northern irrigation illsirict.possesses, 'ho teachers In the schools, of .this tlie country ia already well settled 'country' with the work of Jesus Christ, and contains' many well developed He aigued that the same (luallfica- farrns oh .whlcli the more "valuable tlons-.were necessary.and spoke -of SCHOOLTEACHERS In his Sunday morning sermon Rev. Capt. Denoon compared the work of irrigated crops can be grown as. soon as water is available." Yacancy Created by the Death ,8al- ary'pf Matron of CM- drcn's Shelter It Is tha tatentlon of the city coun- cil not to fljl permanently the position rendered vacant in the city hall- by the teachers' convention here last week as the most Imjvortant event In Lethbridge during that period. First ot all n' tgacher must have good character, consecretary and thlrdls', competency. The teach- er's duty is to mould character and In order to do that ho or" she must hato a good character and must be devoted to the-class: Consecrated devotion, Mr. DenooD said, Is the harbinger of success. The teacher must the .necessary knowledge and the art to Impart thin knowledge to her dente. i'.- Jesus Christ was the teach- er ot them the preacher, and by whatever.'.test was ..applied, He) stood pre-eminently above them all." He had character, consecration and competency, satd the "preacher. Mr. Craofl on Education Rev. Charles E.Cragg spoke along somewhat the same lines as Captain "Many- In the u. F. A. cam- aud pnly- a few havs had only fair suc- continues the statement. Rsports received from Calgary by 'A. Hamilton, show that on Noyeriiber I2th the total amount ot Subscriptions received brought the fund up to As in previous fopof Is 'published, IJow' Itiver con- In running high and on I November 11 was received frcira- that district. Lethbridge returns falling "oft but Medicine _ j _ Knowledge of Language, of Hat is going strong as well as 'On tne eleventh Medicine Hat con- tHbuted andiMncleod ?299. 15. older ten. years, are Included in the list, being: 'prepared, This scheme Ittcludes every child, up to ten years "of age, whorls a eon or daughter of an employee of the C. P. li. In Lethbridge. It-la'not neces- s.1 ry for, to be a member of tho cliib. Blackfoot Made Him Use- ftil ;n IU1 1Q QH -the 12lh- Medicine Hat Amongst his other accomplishments M.7 Chief Qillc.eple Is well versed in the from Macleod were Blockfoot Indian tongue. He acted received from >y. Franlzen. of Nanton as interpreter with the' consent ot Day Pincher Creek T. Chief, an Indian who was last wsek" Tweedle, Dshburn, Peter Robertson, fined under the Indian Act for bo- High River and J. P. Reynolds of ing intoilcated. As a sequel to J- McTnvlsh, of High Geo. Bennett ot Medicine Hat, Maloncy, of Macleod, S. ed at the city police of Granum. charged, as alleged, with supplying rvFr'qm Jlediclno Hat tlie canvassers the Indian with the Sre-vrater. lib "reprfrtiiig were George Marr, Chinook, and the Indian, called as witness, were Scbuler, Dan. T. agreeable that the Chief should onco Irvlnen, Dave Iloss, Alderson, again act as Interpreter. J. C. J. W." Goddard, Hilda, Tlieo. Bohle counsel for tbe defendant, did not ap- Hilda, John "N; Key, Eig Spring. F. D. pear to be very .pleased over the JicKson.'-EtzIkoriV Ceorgo G. Smiley, Chief's assuming "this role. In thai; ilddcslelsh, H.' Jansen, Alderson, W. however proficient he was lu the A; W.TWingliam, Andrew Blackfoot language, he was a pol ice Buffalo, W. J. Buyier, Oyen, officer. The court demurred to coun- Gray, JKinrnundy, Hessie Olson, sel's objection, and the case was nil- U.- S. Thompson, Kimnundy, journed to the afternoon to allow of >ynt- B. Wfliet, Hilda, John Tiofgliiuii, MANY PEOPLE -ENJOY SKATING Sunday snir tho opening of the skating season In Lethbridge. Hun- dreds of mon-and women flocked to HendersoiV Lak'g during the day. Tho weather waY splendid for that sport and. the fairly good. Tonight: the" Jf trst opportunity to stale, to band music will Ire given lu the rink. Although the rink wap thrown open to the nuLllc Saturday afternoon, tonight "will be the official opening. Oa; Saturday afternoon large number of school boys and girls enjoyed their first skate. In the R. P. barracks a couple of plots Mye been flooded and the shlnuey games on Sunday Tvcre num- erous and- speedy. ah interpreler-bBing'procured. J. T. Hickey appears this afternoon I on the charge. Ss alleged, of being itnnaiwnmf toricated of a motor PROSECUTE yehlcle and causing the accident .Herbert Harrison. I Hilda, Omar B. Maddaugh, Faith. URGED CARRYING OUT SPIRIT "CARRY AT MEDICINE HAT Prosecutions are, going to commence this week In Medicine Hat' ag'ainst merchants ot the regula- OPTIMISTIC CONDITIONS NEWFOUNDLAND ST. Nov. 15.- istle conditions, obtain in Newfound- laud, according to Saturday's Trade Ilevlew whichrsays that money Is be Ing freely spent'and the outlook for the month, ahead is that it will be a busy one..' InhDecemher, tho paper looks fonyard to increase ill cash pur chasing: by mei} working at Belie Is land nnd in the lumber camps and with the pulp and paper companies "so that by the close of the year con- ditions will Save greatlr Improved.' 11 un Eovcrning thelfoury tax. accord-. AMONGST PEOPLE'ing' reports I morning. No prosec'utlphs nave com-1 At the memorial service held- In! mmcei In this city yet although many connection with Armistice Day, at SL raraars have been current coacerning the death of the late nobert Sage. M, r plicants for the position were notified' ,h of this In the decision come to at the VOTk chur regular meeting: of the council held on Monday If the work ac- cumulates a man will be employed 6nd and Bald they nre Ko the start of the church In reference, to education and ng, the rector, the Rev. Gore However the statement has. been referred to the'need of the that some merchants have not realizing that there Is still the call of purchased a luxury tax he higher power to carry on to mouth, pay to fulfillment the true meaning Annistice :pay. Ho referred to the' event as something more than a great1. sight vouchsafed by Providence PEOPLE BAPTISED who iuay be in need of a job for the j wcak in character but that day recommendation of the and today the'church Is be- Oil A mitteo of the council agreed to raise the salary of Jllss-rjavles, matron of the Chil- dren's "Shelter, to ?I10 per month, it was felt that the Shelter Is being run lead by was the Intention ot. the same Provy Idence that we should carry on In the same spirit In fighting ,ttho battlen against evil. In connection with this pirit lie pointed out the great sight stronger. He referred to the recent teachers' convention and lnL reference. to the work of the -schools and cliitrches he on a basis'of ereater canarltv Ihnn- orK oi.inB-icnoow ana cuiircnes ne HU uut LIIU ureaL sigut of tbe-heavenly hoals announcing L- Curtis. .newly appointed shepherds, while they 'watched their' superintendent of missions of thai flocks, that the Prince of Peace was "eic-mmallon for Alberta. The new born. But thoush the shepherds RDV- J- Franklin, was given :he sight they did not rest conlemp-' reception and in tho morning appointed! The report of man t................. ot tho its pro: 'Alexander's :when the teachers, are able to inspire with an Insplr- ntlon to lire odt the facts tha ttach- consideration. The Commissioner held the view that by tho expenditure of could be made Ecinlnutorantlc, saving tho city there- by a Tho monthly financial statement of the Y.1 M. C. A.: for Octnher showed a era imrart and thns build character. DENOUNCE ENGLAND HARTFORD, Conn., Nov. 'Sons o! Irish in 'state con- atlng it; they relumed to their daily work in. tending their sheep. It was the same with the child Samuel, who offer he had witnessed the Divine, presence, wont back to hla duties aa doorkeeper In the temple. The angel; likewise, after.liberating Peter from, prison, left him outside the Iron gate! to proceed with his work for the hen-' oflt of mankind, with these examples' ho impressed the need of the spirit1 of "carry on" which Armistice Dav ia. spired: deficit in the month of tho veiitlon horo yesterday, adopted re- receipts "tbtalled of which eolations denouncing England's treat- the grealer.part was made up of mem- ment of Ireland and asking the United bershtp fees and dormitories States government to officially ask 3642.30. The. expenditures totalled England to.change Us policy in regard .11.325.32, the main Items being sal- to Ireland. arles IB68.70'and City of Leihbrlilge debentures The" council, went Into.the matter of Selecting material from samples sub- mitted uniforms for motor- MASONIC MEMORIAL TORONTO, Nor. bronze memorial tablet dedicated to the brothera of-I8 of this city who wore killeit In the war was unveiled in the Masonic Templo yes- terday by tho grand r'. H, Har- a: BAWDENBROS. PHONE 825 ALL FEATHER PILLOWS PER PAIR DON'T FORGET The only place where yon ctn get your repaired by prtc- tfcalehoemaken is tt Mutton 4 Perkini Plnh South 8 rfoort 8. of Colonial f'. 0, BOX 949 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-S Acadla Building 112 Third Avenuo Augustin's Church, on Sunday morn: I tales. AT CHRISTIAN .'CHURCH people were baptised at the Christian church oil Sunday by Rev. spoke on "Tho Christian in-the evening Bible In Nutshell.1 and a Ahvays in good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited 3AKERS PHONE 378 name Chief Moun- itain was chosen for this company because it stands for everything that is pure and unadul- terated, Chief Mountain Creamery Products SUnd for (ho sama thing, and the Company that tnnnufacliires Ihese products stands back of their products. Chief Creamery Co., Ltd, PHONE 1529 LETHBRIDGE RETAIL CLERKS' ASSOCIATION MASS MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE LABOR TEMPLE (OVER ALBERTA P.M. 8J1ARP TOMORROW (TUESDAYS NOV. 16 ALL RETAIL CLERKS HEARTILY INVITED MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It Is also one of tha cheapest of loads. Our pure, frtjh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you need. Are You Using It excellent for cooking and makes a gcad drink. Only quart, delivered, Phone 1576 and have call, THE CRYSTAL DAlRf LTD. PHONE 1576 Winners, Southern Division, vs; Win- Weuncs ners. Northern Division, 0. Division. Southern Group 1. Woolford vs. Cardston, day, December 1st. 2. High River vs. Maclecri, December 2nd. 3.. Winners No. 1 Winuers KD. 2 Central Group 1. Dldsbury vs. Lacomue, December 10th. S. Camrosc vs. Pouolca. Kfiday, De- cember 10th. 3.. Winners No. 1 vs. Winners No. z. Northern Group. 1. Viiclng vs. Walnwrlght, December 3rd. 2. Vermilion vs. Vefreville, Friday, December 3rd. 3. Winners No. 1 vs. Winners No. 2.; Winners, Central.Croup, vs Winners. Northern Group. Finals ners, Semi-Finals. ng League of Alberta has been re- rganlzed for the current year by the Oeparlment of Extension, University f Alberta. Twenfjr-one schools in all iave entered, including: Crescent ieighlu High School, Calgaryj Cards- on High School, Camrose High chool, Uldshury High Schoet, Separ- High School, Edmonton; MacUou- High School, Edmonton; Victoria tigh School, Edmonton; Stntlicma Ilgh School, Lcthbridje High Scboo) Lacombe Hlgn School, Macleoii High chool, Medicine Ittt School, led Deer High School, Yiklie Hljh chool, Vegreville High SchooU Wain- High School, WetasitBin High chool, and Woolford High [igh, River High School, Ponolca High ichool, Vermilion High SchaoL Owing to a feeling that smaller chools should not compote with tho areo: city schools, ths" JJsagw 'has een divided Into two groups, known rn.dib respectively as A B. The A Winners, Southern Group, TS. Wli roup contains the High Schools of he incorporated tho-B -oup contains the other High Schools itering.. Tho schedule has 'bean rawn up and appears below. Only he dales for the preliminary .debates re given. The others wlli bo arraoK- d to follow the nev year, and will bo nnounced In good time. Tup A D'vfs- on Is organized In two groups: tho iouthem and the Northern; tho B Hvielon In three groaps; Southern Central and Northern.' The schedule Is as follows: Division. Southern'Group Lethbridge, Medicine Crescent Heights -Medicine Hat vs. Fri- day, December 3, 1920. Winner No. 1 vs. Crescent Heights, Northern .Group Red Deer vs. Wetaslilwla. -PHflay December 3, 1920. Edmonton Separate High vs. Mac- poagall High, Friday, Dcceiubei' 3rd. Victoria High vs. Strtihcoaa High, Friday, DeWmlwr 3rd. Winner No. 2 3. J. Edmund Jones has been deputy police tnaglitrate at He It brother ot the late B. Morton Jones of Lethbridge. South Towns Contestants in Provindal H, S. Debating League The Provincial High. School 5. Winner No. 4 vs. Winner Mo. .1. of I "7 GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make thia cafe a favorite you, too. The Yale 212 FIFTH STRECr SOUTH GOOD MUSIC REFRESHMENTS MONDAY EVENING, NOV. IS CLUB, ROOMS, 2ND. AVE. SOUTH ADMISSION SI.EO PER COUPLE BV BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER CARTOONIST, CREATOR OF "OLD BILL" AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH MARK OFF THE DATE NOW Proceeds for Ratary Cemmunlty Servlcn Fund. Tickets now on tale by every RoUrUn, and 75c, ALL SEATS RESERVED ;