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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOCAL NEWS WHERfc YOU EXPECf IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S FACE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS f 18, 1920 IJ-JTHWUDaE. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN MMJMBlNiSUPREME COURT Jury Is, Now Hearing Action of Alex. Muir for Heavy Damages from the gence-Asi Action for The case of Mulr vs. Tic general damages for pain pnd suf- Pad He-Railway opened In the Sup- reme Court this (Thursday) taomlns, n-llh the. follnu-lntr-jurr empanelled: T. McC'augherty, .Wal- ter Tangyo, B. G.'O. Kerr, f--" i Alexander Mulr, of Lethbridge, clalms'tha' Euni of from'the rail way7 owners and operators ot the No. IJ mine, ferlug J500. A March-45, 1917 lie was an employee of the company, brie of rbe-'. .examine the aJCor tain shaft In the said mlne'iii .ivhldr iioiEtlug cage was operated by the de- fendant. Through negligence.and uu- skllfulness 6f the 'defendant'and-'its employees he claims that i while .he was examining the bottom Viwb of thi ie'shaft he ivas struck and crushed by S the cage being lowered.. The defendant, It fs negligent In pcrmU- Divorce lury thfir verdict In Jhe Hal pin vs. Grant and C. case, In (he supreme court on Wednesday, the divorce notion of Slelnlnger Stelninger was proceed v i ADDRESS MEETING AT ARMORIES Lieui.-Colonel G. it. I'earkes, V. C., S. 0., M. C., ot uillt- tary District.13, headquarters, accompanied by Major Hughes and Capl. Rcoiie. of tho Can- adian permanent force, will ad- dress a meeting nt the Leth- at 8 n.m. tbls.- evening In which he will "deal the proposed reorganiza- tion-'of the Canadian Active- Militia. A cordial Invitation i a extended to any persons who may movement Half Million Advance is Recorded Again This Wwk her-husband.. Alois Steininger, on ton f There Is one child by marriage; jThe Defendant at one time near' Eduion- ton.' v '.His lordship reserved his decision question 'as to'whelher the de- fendant was, domiciled; In. Alberta. At tie' present 'time his'.wherfrabouts are Messrs. Bealtie.'appeared for There was-no defence. Ostlund I an'd thri ting the hoisting engineer to lower the cage, to the bottom of_Jhe shaft, when it was well ought to have j been known that the en-! gaged at at the hot-1 toiri of the; sbattr in giving any.j warning "of, intention to lower the! cage. .The jleferjdanl, .It is further; .not providing! a-' Bystom.' ot bolls or' other equipment for the warning of men engaged in or about the boUoin! To Be Con- sidered at a Meeting in Cal- gary on Saturday salaries will once more conic to the fore in tjie meeting ot the Alberta Teachers' Alliance, to be held In Calgary on Saturdays The object of the meeting is to prepare a new sche- dule of .salaries for teachers of public and high schools for'the year, 1921. There will be delegate's at the mecllni; and, his spine .being frac- tured anil other Injuries received; which incapacitated him for the re- mainder of his life. Special damages and general damages claitaed.' The defendant cpnipany' denies neg- further stales that the. plaintiff-ban received compensation under the Workmen's Compensation .dollars" hltif further damages., s Uund: in' placing .the case be- SouUierh Alberta.will be visited, during weeks'of Kebru- ary, by; a sjieclai'.lecture and demon-, on weed eradication and Icontrol: A. conference wag re-. held In Saskatoon, H. A. Craig, deputy minister .of agriculture for 'Al- berta, said this morning, at which the thrqe prairie provinces. decided to combine on this'campaign. Tlie'special train Is the'means they Medicine Hat, and Edmonton: most unsatisfactory point, as Lbo. teachers'-view Is the matter of the initial salary which, In Lctbbridge, is placed at a year. H is consid- ered that tbe. minimum should start at with salaries graded with this as a basis. Teachers at the minimum salary with the proper qualifications do not appear, to. he easily 'obtainable at the present .lime..' So far as tbe present ;teacbiug 'Istaff in.-the cit scliools befin no an ,-any ;reslgnatipiis. PROVINCIAL TAX -fore the jury mentioned that the .plain- ire meet, the farmers and it tilt -was -still' In 'the employ of the com-, wUUcpmmeaca.f.rom., about pany but his value in the world mar- pany ket was destroyed through Oie acc dent. He.was fprisume Htjyeeks'ln i'ielult (lent, and was- for part, of tho time hovering between'-life -indJeath." Hea'ttio of the case Is Plaintiff Wins jthan are the )iortberii Mais' of the depnrtmen and soil drifting !i sections. BOW ISLAND M. 0. HEAVILY FINED fr of Bow Island, was fined three hundred dol- 9> Urs and. costs' by Magistrate 9> Major Durrell at tlie Mounted Police bairracks yesterday af- fr In possession tb( an illicit still.' v tampering fr; with stamps were not pressed by C. T. Wood. fr o f, -j Man Kinds Canada Pleased Him.AH the NOW A year ago this week, bank elearlngi ttogd at This week the figure. Is This Jt to over the figures of a year, ago. HAD FARMED IN .WESTERN CANADA The late Haraid Sorby, the sheep- _ lierder. wlio fell dead ou the prairie, j south of Chiu, oh -Tuesday night, was born in came to thisi country when a small boy. He lived for! sonic time in Guelnri, Onl., and carno west-twenty years taking up a farm near riegiua: He with his wife came to July. The wife of tho deceased is 67 years ot age. Both had been previously, mar- ried, and there.have been no children from the second marriage. From the first marriage Mr. So'rby leaves three daughters and one son. His daughters Bates, Catharines, 'Flem'mingB, Kenora, Ont.; and Mrs. M. Mann, rtegina. Clifton Sorbyy of Prince Hupert, la the..only son.; Mrs. Sorhy has two C. Tail, of Bothwell, Bask., and Ala- Irrigation Development Depend.1 Upon Action by Waterways Commission A Bowmanville citizen picked a quart of average-sized ripe raspberries in his garderi.Xov. S.. SALE RESUMED vThe Provincial Tax Se.Ie, which .was iidjourned.when lost held, opened this (Thursday) .morning.- in the'. District CoWt, wiili-Mr; A. Fidler, inspoclbr.'of >1imicipal Affairs, in-charged The. whole morning in deal- Ihg' applications for redeeming property' were in all o': v POOR BIDDING IN v CITY TAX SALE Tho adjourned jax sale look place at.the city council cham- ber' morning with a antl A special Ottawa despatch lo Ihe Calgary Herald 'slates thet, now the Presidential elections are over, the Dominion Goyernment will endeavor to get a flna'l adjudication by the Inter- latlonal Joint Waterways Commission as to what Is an International stream The point has arisen over a matter which particularly concerns this part of the country.! It ia the settlement of the dispute over tho SI. Mary's and Milk Rivers. The question deeplj conperns the O.P.R, as it affects its Irrigation schemes in Alberla which in the desire ot .United. States Inter ests lo divert parts of the'rivers, wit seriously prejudice, these projects by loss of water supply. With the matter adjudicated so that the Interests of. Canada will not Buffw, there is al the promise ot the extension of the company's irrigation system, with land now lying close' io available ditches being brought under water. This wll hai'e some hearing on lands In the vicinity of the city. V' A North Bay mart dug 1-1 bags b sound potatoes, Nov. 8, In. warm, Sep tfiinberlike-weather. 26 parcels redeemed." .The sale proper, started at two o'clock this after- noon, Viib 3Ir. li. auc- tioneer. 'Jleferring to the sale just held In Calgjiry, Jlr. Fidler said that it .was the best so far held. Every parcel >vas of'Ilia.'departments pt Bgricultiire bought and there was'much spirited rerj- some six hundred! lots-.put up'only five found purchasers, falling to The lots sold realized the.'suin of JS. 'The sale stood1 adjourned Uze the' urgency of 'combatting a veJ- tl10 Brcater-production efforts of dict for the ri'.lthe war and of the recent .crop fail- and competitive bidding. other it'.is likely that on expert' on-'soil-drifting eradication will bo secured from the States. malnder of the staff will in each province by the. department ot agriculture in that province. NO. 6 FELLOWS PAY.A FINE FOR PLAYING POKER tlngger, .allot No. C, were fliider'41U _ and soil-drifting control will be fully: dealt with', tbe ,.j three governments will'place special about tne nm woolen mill emphasis on Oie eradication" of nox- havo been reaching Lelhbridge- quite ioug weeds by means of this special frequently lately. This morning an anquiry was received at the board of trade ofilces from Calgary interests in regard to purchasing of tho machinery. Edmonton Interests, have asked train. TO INVESTIGATE CHILD'S DEATH Nor. iharongii "i will'bo made Into the ie boy, Jos. 'Asselln, who been turned over to' Commissioner JA'jTnonbemen Preeman. pointmoht of the'administrative'coin- about starling a woolen mill In Loth- investigation will bo made Into the using .the oid -iuiiiiing and death of the I' plant. Some of. these, letters havejdjjQ- following with costs for partclpaling lu a poker The proprietor of gambling joint, K, Prensidari, was let off with a warning, thia being his first offence. In court B. D. Joy wag let out on.suspended sentence oC six months for the theft of .1 inacklnaw cofit, with orders to make restitution and pay the costs the action by November 20th, ot Nome, Alaska, has dwindled to 200, compared with during tho gold-rush of 1800. .until .Thursday .next' DON'T FORGET The only get your, shoes repaired by pra'cr tlcal shoemakers Is at Hutton Perkins 41SA Fifth Street South'- 3 doors S. of Colonial'Theatre P.O. BOX 010 PHONE 1619' Income Tax SPECIALISTS ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acaclia Building 612 Third Avenue South' Conrad Taaibor, who became well nown in Ixithbridge during tha past unimer as a baseball and foolball ayer has returned to Lethbridge after trip to Germany. With bis mother he was away for three wuths and this morning he expressed Figures That Alberta Referen- dum Will Help in ftfttinir Rid of Bootlegger. ellght on bein est. back iu Canada's Germany was for fiini.'uo aid. Although there is plenty of ork in that country, good wages" are ot being paid. These who were ablo o come, through tho war with a for- une. are abla to live and eat white read but the man is out of uck when it conies to getting white read. In Belgium everybody eats white read. He was unable to get near tho. cenovof the grc-at war. It was neccs- ary. to have a collection of. passports and permits so he passed up the rouble. Federal officials In Montana are re- joicing over tho result of the recent, election in Alberta, believing, accord- Ing to the Great Falls Tribune, that-il will end liquor smuggling into theii slate. They have been laying all the" blamo for a wet Montant onto Alberta for some tinie. County Attorney It. G. Bennct, .ac- cording'to th'e paper, has been notified.- that all llqurir'stoclts" in'Alberta have been turned over, to government offic- ials, which, step, hoithinks, will elim inate the'possibility bootleggers getting whiskey to run over tha line, The same article.tells about the cap- ture by'the A. K V. of five whrskej runners from Great Falls, who were trying to make r. last cleanup. T MAKE LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA HEADQUARTERS ,OCAL CARPENTER WITH .0. P. R. DEAD Thomas. Cult, a fpreman carpenter employed: by the "natural resources department oE the C. r. R., In Lcth- rldge died last night In (Jalt hospital. le.was bora in Newfoundland and is survived by hisfwidow and Imp Bmall children. His'late'residence was G19 Cth street south.- Ills remains are at funeral parlors. Arrange- ments for Ihe will be made aler. C. F. Rola'nd, general manager of the Coca Cola -Co., arrived in Lethbridge on Monday and brought with htrci Mr.' J.' A; Price, formerly of the Winnipeg office, who has been promoted to provincial ulec also' manager-of the local plant. The company Is establishing.hca'd- quarters -for the province rn Lethbridge, so that Mr. Price will be close at -watch the progress of the southern country very, closely. Price reductions ot from 10