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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEW! WHERB YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HESAJjyS LIVE LOCAL NEWS 10, 1020 SECOND SECTION LETHrMUBGE, AXBEKTA. SECOND. SECTION PAGE SE HEAVY DOCKET WILL JUDGE HYNDMAN BUSY TfflOF COURT HUNDRED DOLLAH FINES IMPOSED Extensive List of Cases at Civil Sittings of Supreme Court. MANY LAWYERS FROM CALGARY A crowded court greeted Mr. Justice 'lyndman when tho civil Billings of Halpln vs. Grant tl at !n the case of Hatpin TS. Grant at at, Stephen Haipla, pf Coaidale, a railroad telegraph operator, sued Grant Smith apd Co. and DonueH Ltd., for the sum of to hava been sustained by. himself personally and to tho car he was driving through falling into aj open Irrigation ditch, on l.ho public highway ono milo east of oicaratejl by the defend- ants, on tha hight-qf September 14th, Two penalties of (100 each, with costs, for unlawfully keep- ing liquor for Bale, were in- fllcted'on Leon Jacob, and Daniel E. King, .ot New Day too, by A. K. Hum- phries, J. the, provincial police court on Monday 'after- noon. of Bitting accommodation gome of them had toLflnd seats in tho pews generally occupied Ijy interested par- ties to suits while others had to'stand. In addition 16 the full complement of tho-locaUtar, there were the'follow- ing counsel from outside points': A. M. Sinclair, K.C., Calgary; H. P. O. Savary, K.C., Calgary; A. O. Smith, K.C.. Calsary; A. H. Gpodall, Calgary; and Mr. Guodall. The caso as given to the jary vaB tbV plaintiff a uttered damages from the negligence of the defendants In eicavatlng and-'leaving 'listenced and unllghted a 'trench'a'cfbss a public highway one in lie east1 of ths Tillage of rtarnwcll, so that the said road was dangerous and unsafe to persons driving along Further that tho as on the 14th along the said road, at about half past pino ttoa in the orenirig, could not and did not BBS the said trench and drove his car Into the ditch and thereby sustained' severe personal Injuries and tho .car was'.completely wrecked.v By reasori.of such persona! F. 0. McKenca, Bow Island; J.' H.j P'aintiS whllo he ProivEe, Taber. H. B.'Bennett, K.C., I September, ;1S19, .driving an automo- JE expected next week in the ease ot Brock vs. Scnwartz, one ot the many suits" in. the.: complicated; eases of vs. Giicrin and 'Guerln vs. Schwartz. A good dearof tlrac was taken up in going over thoi'. cause list, wlilcli is an exceptionally heavy one, -with sixty cases set for trial, four of them bomg jury cases in which there are claims lor large damage's, notably against the C.P.H., In which in the two cases filed there 'nre tlnmages claimed to the 'extent "of A process- o! elimination resulted in ten of tho non- jury cases being" taken out ot the list, in that counsel stated that they, were either settled or iii process at: settle- ment, %rithdfawn or held over. These- were the cases of and Devine vs. nosier; Williams; Oswald vs. >ferrim'an; Harrymah-vs. Hlplcy; vs. Carpenter; Dyer vs. Mc- Jntoali; Courlto Copeland; Sunkel vs. Coiuet-ct al; Debereux vs. Dion; Cain. vs. .C-aiu.' .An Incident '.'The first casa to come up for trial case of lialpin .vs. Grant iHth .the following empanelled Watt, A. B. Rotary-Clnb Makes An Approp- From Dis- triit Governor Monday's Rotary club meeting was a busy affair. "A number of proposi- tions came lip' for discussion, among which were the" subJeeLs of a; Christ- mas tree the placing of Rotary hockey team in the city league. Rotary has gone into in'.Lethbriiige'to slay. In regard to these subjects reports will he given at. a later meeting. A representative .of tho Medicine. Hat Rotary-baseball team was present and- received tho cup, presented by i Springs and Picture Eutte Get .Mail Four Days a by New Route Considerable Inpproveraent will be effected by a chaDKO of postal service which'will effect.on Mon- day, the 22nd, whereby a better mail delivery will take place from the city to Commerce, Diamond City, PIc- ture But.te, Iron Springs and'Turin. I In' the change to. come about the Iron Springs district ivill bo given an extra daily, sen-ice-during tbe the present three' times per week ielng changed to four times by the addition of Saturday. ..'Tha' present service to .his district is on Monday, Wednesday, and-Friday.' Tbo fnlure service will be on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and The'present'dally reason 01 HUIIH iieirjuutu injuries the plajntlff great Campbell, Wilson Homeland the H. Pilling, E. Ohio- pair.'saa-has been aad still is prevent- ed from attending to his occupation of a railroad telegraph operator, and has thereby sustained great: loss and in- curred expense, medical attendance, "arid nursing and at- tendance. Damages claimed are made up. as follows: damage to automobile" JSOO, expenses general damages with ot tha ac- tion. The accldeat'occurred as plain- tiff was 'Bow Island to Coaldale, and both he and his car ivere.landed ia of the ditch. TheT plaintiff was accompanied at ihe time by T. DHnkwalor >ho.went for aid. The defendants. deny negligence, pleading the Irrigation Act, the 'Motor Vehicle Act, ties Act. K is pfurthef.r'ayerred. that llie.re pait of the" plaintiff at the timeiof tie acci- dent, In that ho was driTing'hlB.car. medals given'by. Joe of-the Lethbridge .hotel, foi1 the ,.baseball champions of, Rotary in Alberta. Medicine Hat 'captured all the treas- .-District Governor John. B. Davies, of Medicine Hat, paid his first official visit to Lethbridge liotary club Mon- day. Ho .gave-them .a talk'on mat- ters essentially Rotary ami when ho was informed pf tfec attendance record of 96.4S for November ho said he thought advice was not needed'by the Lethbridge club. A resolution was. passed in favor paying tho. Travellers' Aid ,t of tho community fund of the ub, Ihe Aid to use this'inoney in "way they iolfers to Meet recklessly, uhskilfplly, at an ex- Tcessive'-rate "speei .'The ia Aif incident occurred in the -caning! of "ti'ie failmi-of" O'Con'ii'or- to 'liordsblp' forthwith tnojinted policeman be 'despatched, for -big arrest. appeared before the court 'shortly 'after, statins -that .lie wag -hi Uie and had -Ween fit work; to a late i hour r V FOOTBALL LEAGUE -HOLDS A DANCE football .Jcaguo -Is a, clance tonight "In the preceding1 night; and so had" for- gotten that ho1 bad bsei'called the Jury. .Tho court said that his be taken this time, admonishedUilm that he stood to.lose a considerable-amount; o[ fnj't1 failing to- be '-in- his- place- to answer to the jury roll. He was given a gentle! reprimand and cautioned not to fail to be f.t the court on Wednesday i c- morning at 10 o'clock. Masonic hall to; raise funds for some of its injured; players, several nave' been confined to hospital for long periods through injuries re- ceived in league games', during- the past .summer.' Tickets1 can from, members ot the league Dancing will commerce at 9 o'clock. Get Christmas Parcels In the Mails Early This Year Christina's" season in approaching and, the old question of mails is com- ing up. To giro'tho pjihllc warn- ing' Postmaster McK'.llop lias issued a number of sugeestions and the tone oi all of "tilem is to get your mail Canada's mall service is .very con- gested about Cristtnas timo with the result that often people pointed in not receiving gifts on time. Sir. McKillop's suggestions To insurfi delivery before Christmas Diail for" should lie post- Id not later United Kingdom, NOT. 27. Eastern provinces and United Slates, Dec. 13. B. C.: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Dec. 18th; .Parcels'must ho prepared for tag In such manner that contents :an easily bo examined and must be" plainly addressed. Sender's name and address should also appear on the cover.- Parcels not in giiod con. ditfon for. safe transmission will itbt ho Do not seal parcels If this is clono it, suWecls the article (0 firat class nail rnatter rate. iWelght''lifniis are: United Stales, Canada'and United King (lorn, 11 Ibs. General limits of .size 30 iiK-in .-width or deptii but parcels will be acce'ptet up to .1 ft. G In. in length: provide! the combined length and girth do no S feet. Parcels for.tho United Kingdom are to-be accompanied by a special form obtainable at the pos oflico declaring nature and value-0 contents. s "Do not .cause dlaappolntmeat t four friends by falling'to post you present In-sufflccnt tlmo to b' BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 iramiiiiiiiiii ALL FEATHER PILLOWS PER PAIR received "before." Christmas writes Mr. McKlllop.: DON'T FORGET The only ptace where you am Bet your ehncs repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at Huttoh Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 893 3 doora' S.'. of 'CoTorilfil Theatre P. O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue South service to Com- merce and DJantond Cily will be made a ..direct one hbui thia city, instead of as, heretofore, the pjails. being sent by rail: to Klpp, tHen taken op to Cal- 5ary.-and .back to' Kipp to ake the stage; to Commerce and Dia- mond City.V will leave with :he, malls Lethbridge at eight o'clock inittc morning. It will .eave post offices named, andittaii proceed to WHEAT-LOADING MAKES BIG DROP "Are farmers holding their wheat for higher This qneslion has beca-ask- ed and has been resented by sonie during the past month but nevertheless leading ot wheat in southern Alberta dropped practically fifty per cent Monday. [Plans For Religious Education Conference in Lefhtriilge Nov. ISlh aud Iflth All arrangements arc now each of these are outstanding Bps-e- ed for the convention of the religious iansts in their several lines ot'work. Gas Co. Using AD Gas Available 'A I'the present-time the Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power company have all their wells turned main gas'trunk line, said Mr. Robert -Winters, the local agent today while discussing the gas situation. .Whether or not the pres- gas'will'be higli or low epend :largcly on the weather. The entice of tho. wells is being used and when the temperature', drops so (iocs the: gas pressure. Without any accidents on tlie; trunk lines or at the wells tho gas pressure will only he f the In order to give the householders in possible service educational council'of Alberta which is to be held hero; nest week. Three special speakers are coming :o lead In the sessions of tho .conference and ft .J BOYS' GYM. CLASSES TOMORROW (WEDNESDAY) Mr., Winters 'requested a number way of s Bntle, and Iron lot blocks, to change to coal burning Springs; .returning in the- same way, furnaces.- -As many blocks as can picking- up the lags and arriving back [make tbis.-change are doing so, he lu the .city' about 4.30 p.m. This will said. ensure deliveries of mails from the city and return mails within Ihe.same day.' On the "Y" Gym. Boys of St. AuEiislinV Anglican and Catholic Bors of the south Bido will constitute tho A 2 and B 2 classes arid Boy Scouts ami boys 12 to 15 will meet at'4.15 sharp1 at and boy's 1C to 10 will meet at 7 o'clock sharp for their class. On .the New Westminster Gym. Boys ot the United, church'will con- stitute classes A 5 and B 5. Boys 12 :d la'mcet at 4.30 and older chaps at S o'clock. There will also.be a" class at 7 o'clock'for boys not.attached id any particular denomination. Be'on hand boys and enjoy the fun. Don't forgot your fee of 5 cent's. 'Class A 1 and B 1 got off to a pretty fair start but will.have a larger crowd nest week. Rev. E. R. McLean, field secretary for the Sunday school Presbyterian church in B. CXvrill lead in the discussion otthe best uiethoSs of work for the'primary and junior departments, young peo- pie's and adult Bible Miss "Olive Ziegjcr, the national jlrls' work secretary ot the MethodistJ church, will deal with grams of girls work.' Leaders'ot girls will have a splendid discuss their problems with this perienced leader in the'special period set aside fo'r'dtjpartmental conference's around the supper table on Thursday evening. ST PAST MASTERS' 1 Last night .was past masters' night at the Mortis'SUr 4, A. F: and A. the annual past masters' third degree was given to .a Tlie meeting' was 'largely .attended and repreKenlallres: were there from Cal- gary arid Medicine; Hat A musical program was'enjoyed., Golf in Lethbridge is jn a very crl- cal stage'of its career. Golf has not rospercd In Lethbridge-during 1920, "lough, in .practically ever other cen- :e it has boomed. A lot of reasons are put forward by iffefent individuals, why this is so. ho committee of-tho Golf 'club-feel at the air must bo cleared, and all bases of golf In this city threshed ut, for the good'of the game. It golf s to be played in this city next year lans must be laid now, new commit- ees formed, and-whole-hearted- sup- the''decisions arrived at. The'committee have therefore call d a general for, not only members, but for anyone-interested r'ilkely to ha interested In th'e'gamo. This meeting IB for Thursday night n the .Mayor's offlco at 8 o'clock'sharp, ''this'meeting is-not well attended, lere is only one conclusion to conic o, that is that golf cannot be played ere next year. This is not a club a olf all interested in the game In this city. SELLING THE PLANT HAMILTON, Nov. was stair (1 here yesterday that the Hamilton Times plant wag-being dismantled and he THE.WEATHEIVMiLD HERE ._.: In '-.Western Canada-- "THi'pTtKq ,lure- -last fall zero'and- -good any-' of "in'this city was 49 and tbe low- -i- 'est 27.' Edmonton.'an'd Prince _' Albert registered tho, lowest; eight above. In Calgary th'o temperature ranged''-front'54 to 18 and in Medicine Hat from to 26. The name Chief Moun- tain was chosen for this company.....bcqause it stands for everything that is pure and unadul- terated. Chief Mountain Creamery Products Stand (or the anmo thing, and the Company that manufactures these products stands back bt their products. Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced i 'wiir ma'KU ilila 'cafv-'a favorite' with you, too. iThe Yale FIFTH STREET .SOUTH PUBLIC-TOOK ...-.'.____UP SUGGESTION TKe. suggestion offered by the Herald', and 'adopted by, the lib- rary, the public to write dowri, suggestions for new books has caUght on. The sheet of paper, put. up for the purpose has" 6een made the snd h.as overflowea with suggestions of all tastes in the- matter of naming books and authors. TO CHANGE 'IN GASOLINE PRICE .Special attention be given- boys work which is commanding. so much Interest during these Wal- lace Forgie, secretary oi tUe. boys' work board ol. Alberta, will. present various nhases'of this importapt sub- ject. Opportunity will oe given for full discussion of practical problems. -The committee, iu charge ara pre pared to provide billets for a'l dele gates (roDi out of town. The} are nsked to notify Mr. B. L. Feller, Y. M. C. A., of their intention to atlend at the earliest- possible date The sea sloris of the conference will be heliTin Wesley hail. No change has heen made in the Tlco .otjgasollno in Lethbrldge in cco'rdaVco 'with' the 'change in the United. The Imperial Oil Company .report, that a few grades it lubricating .oil'havo gone down cent ft igilllon and that a notice a the 'price of gasoline may be ejpeeteil within' a few days. SiLVER QUEEN 'LOST ST. J.OHNS, Ntl.ii., Nov. mess- ago to'tiie inlnistir of shipping reports the Ibe schooner Silver Qiie'en. wlille_ en route from Bay Roberta, N'rld., to the PortuguesB market, with quintals of fish. HO BOYS! HO GIRLS! .DON'T. FORGET'THE Always in good taste. JOHNGiLMORE i Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Ml NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It 1s also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized mflk Is tha kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent for cooklno and makes a UrTnk. Only per delivered. Phone 1676 and have our driver call, TKE CRYSTAL DAIRt LTD PHONE 1576 MASONIC BAND A GOpprTJME. AND LOTS OF FUN Per Cuple r 'If'ARE.''HOLDING' A' LEGION .IN THE MOOSE HALL ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 17 AT 7.45-SHARP THIS IS THE FIRST OF THE SEASON'S SERIES ..75c GOOD PRIZES and REFRESHMENTS father 't CAPTAIN BRUCE BAJRNSFAf HER, author of A "The Better W i AI MAJESTIC THEATRE SATURDAY, NOV. 20 In his great lecture entitled- Illustrated by rapid-fire cartoons drawn, the stage, on nminniiinnimiii Proceeds for charity work of the Rotary Club. Buy your tickets now from any ftbtarian. Prices and 75c. ALL SEATS ;