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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TM LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT; h JHE LETHBRlMfc DAILY HERALD THE HSRAIJXS PAGE OK I LIVE LOCAL NEWS .FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 192.0 LETHPIUDGE, PAGE SEVEN Will FEATURE INTEREST IN LOCAL BATTERIES SUPPLIED LIQUOR TO AN INDIAN Col. I'carkes Meets In- Icrcstqd iii the.Welfare of (he Local Ualleries. WIFE OF MASINASm FARMER IS DEAD Mrs. Anna L. Sharpy, Of Itobert John Sliarpe, of Masinastu, ;Alta., farmer, diet! in Letlibrldge yesterday and 'will bo burled In High River, A meeting held lit the armory ]lcr relatives reside. Mrs. on .Thursday night, with the object sharp? wa? 33 years of asp and' died iniltuiK" u Tipsr iir tho Tnoreiaeiit to TuTTiperauoii organize the 20liraiiu batteries Into'- livS -'militia' 'imit'. Colonel I'eafkcs was introduced lo these pres- rent" Isy J5f iga d iertSsneral .Stewa rl and gave online ot the militia organization which' was .to displace the' system. ..The lessou learnt frohi Iharoujli organization to jiiiike ourt Canadian I corps as liearly perfect as possible. The 20th and 3SIU batteries wUMiavc ajetinito Placo the The next -war. eaid the colonel, should It come about. -will lie a pop- ular War. with everyboily'B Interests Titally concerned, .anrt with, this will and with propcr'drgdnizallonihere will lie obviated all worry and trouble of On tlie conclusion of ibe trial of Ceo. Henuett for supplying liquor lo an ndfan, Day Chief, he win found guilly und fined or one monili at tlie city police court ou Thursday afternoou. Not having the werev-'Uhal lo pay the Sue he will be scul to jail for cue month. Ou Krlday Mrs. Swauecsll was fiued 425 wilh cosls, (or having in tier pos- session liquor excess of what Ihe -j allows. A. Hani was fiued ?5, wilh Some Snaps in tana Obtained by costs for'disorderly cor.rtuct. Hurry CraDC, an 13 year old yoylb from Cali- fornia, was up for disorderly conduct aud let out ou suspended sentence. LOOKING FOR WILLIE VAIL USES IK Third High in Province in Latest Returns in Drive For: '-I.ethlirltlgo district canvassers In the U. P. .A. convention have been procuring and organizing men." Wo holding up their returns to Calgary the tradl'iluivnt the Canadian but In the report Issued by H. Higin- Eipedlllonary Force behind us .and bolham, provincial .secretary, for luc .uluui, tills should he remove. JKovember constituencyIgh-es him an'cxtra spurt This lie Wat chfu F Iga ry Man is Auctioneer _ loing al a liiue'uver ricb and rare bargains were secured at the Provincial Tax sale in progress al Ihe Olslrict Court. That Is to say It the lauds so obtained can be held by those purchasing them, after the period ot one. redemption by the orig- inal' owners and a Iransfcr Ihcn Is made. This, however is very niuch in Ihe region ot probabilities Pat Egan Caught the'Man With .Three Other Bottles on His anyway ot gelling ten per cent, on The parents of William Am- brose Yall are anxious to know his whereabouts. Jie was last seen iu Lcthbrldge on April 20th. The boy Is 17 years ot age, and has blue eyes, talr hair, combed slraigut back. He is stout, with, sharp feat- ures. It anybody has seen tbo 1-d please communicate viui" Sergeant Lobb, H. GY.M.'-r. KINGSTON OFFICER STAMP HERE FOR THREE MOOTHS TO HELP ORGANIZE BATTERIES Colonel rearkes. V.C.. M.C., I the batteries organized on an efficient who was in the clly ou -Thursday, won .basis. his V.C. in 1917 al Paschendaele. He ]n with Iha was wounded in tho early parl or tho _.-.- flght, but refused to be "taken to the Colonel Pcarkes Mated that tho mill- hospital." Though in a very serious "a is now organized under condition he organized his defense all totally different basis to what it has (lav; wilh tho enemy pressing heavily! Mcusiomed lo The scheme !s and with ilia right wing "In the air." to have various units throughout tho ________ ___ a nnnulaliAf hatifl with lie is uue ui tutJ itJtv Canadian uiuccia who has obtained the coveted honor. aril lery, iutantry and, so on, all or- If the militia units of the 20th and sanlzed Ine system BO that 39th batteries are to to live .units, the.wholo can fit m at short notice Fine Follows "When It comes to' running after Detective Pat Egan, of the city police, shews himself a veritable sprinter. When there Is the familiar smell of Irish about the liquor, it apathy In regard .to .the- new niuitla. [stands third for. tho day .with sub- in 'Hie endeavor to .keep.these tradi- tions ever be lore lis. .He dwelt on the croutlns the spirit of of Medicine Hat is off in front with ?9S1 and Dow River comes second with ?725. The strides being mado Medi- cine" -Hat are proving a source of _ _____ .suprlse ariiVdellgiit to tho F. A. battery teams. .Thero-wUl be a mill- officials. Wilh lite .crop .failure m tary bdxiiiE tmirnaiiia'nl for Ihe. jscdlcine Hat district such results sport in rlhe' new. utiltW with baseball. bojlng, hockey, and. Ihe ized, vjith.'in Oie'.eusc'oi Lethbrldgc. jgu'iirlse arid 'delight to tho U. F. A. pioiiship'ot miiitii'ry district 13 licld In January. Permanent officers be'seconded lo e.vli raillt.iry district -to In and re- prgamzaiion.. aiked .tur-the hearty support of the connnunlly to get the local batteries Major'-Hughes.- li. C.' H., endorsed colonel's remarks, especially In "the direction of. sport, .IrfUibridgo artillery were tlie only'units that were rea'dy to undertake last year, and this fact was weir known through- were: not- and the officials maintain' that the big membership, be- ing obtained iln1 that constituency shows conclusively 'that farmers arc anxious.for an organization that will belter their standing in the country. ..The total amounl ed Iu1 (he campaigi rant of money algn up to.N'ovpmiier Wailis, who h 16 was In the report Issued for tbe'lGth'Ijethbrldgfl dropned down, sending In only Medicine Hat was not so near the top, only liclng reported from'' there.. denoted in a stern chase he mado over the prairie west of the city after O. P. Harris, whom he overhauled in short time, and with hisMiuarry ob- tained three bottles of liquor as tang- ible 'evidence against that he. was possessed'of liquor more than the law allows, for the purpose, of infracting the Liquor Acl. H.was just Pal's luck'that he could hot gel three'bottles as- the. runaway, In order to give him a leeway over the Heel-footed detective, lightened tho load he was carrying by throwing down. Ihr'ee bbtllcs whlth smashed as irtillzing Ih'e Apralrle. Sid had started on the chase their cash investments. A quarter section in the 1-13 dis- trict, by tho boundary line, fell to A. Humphrey for 111.40 and he also pur- chased 153 acres for >J. McLeocl took a chance by paying for near Brad- shaw, siding, couth of Chin', and north of Hardievllle; while Nels Nelson purchased 11 town lots in the new part of Stirling for S11.40. Tho sale on Thursday afternoon real- ized with some 40 parcels sold. This wilh obtained when the sale befo're being adjourned Man Frprii Grassy Lake Under Man On Trial out Canadian militia circles. bow Iliver held sway at the top with Captain Boulter, -Mr C., expressed 5571.00 and. Macleod had, 5212.00.-; On his great'pleasure in being-seconded (Ue previous day ?SO was received to the iSth which the 20th from Macleod.: and 39th were units, and to find the J subscrli'.Uons .reported -splendid condition in which the stores f0uow: east .Loth- and general equipment had been kept. bridge, O. K. Walt: .east Leth- He was only too veiling'-'and. John Johnston, to work bl..the Thorn, Itev. said.thai L. cast Letli-l Ahb.Pfl'rlsli Hall -t-t for realizing funds neces- sary for Short add re ssca were SIVCH by Malor JlcKillop, TSarnacal.-Col. Stibbart, and H. W..Church, W. Halli- In the early part of November, brought up the proceeds1 to Al this morning's sale, which is sllll proceed- ing. the sum was cleaned Mr. H. Morreau is aciiug as auction- eer, in the- sale. Incidentally, It may be said that he is a candidate in Iho school board election in Calgary. In this- he Is.- not, making any personal depending solely on the plat- form. He is stand mg with no partic- ular. ase to grind 'but .distinctly in the wuu :juu luu un mu t-imau 1.11.1. v. with-Pat, was so inlcnt on keeping' interests of educatipni to which he has Ills, eyes on the fugitive that ho fail- a close: study. ed to notice'-a. pilebbf bricks, 'over which he tripped, leaving Egan to fol- low his onward career alone. Harris was brought before Magis- trate Irwin this (Friday) morning and was fined with costs. dav S..C. Shorthand Dr. Thomson. Stewart suggest- ed that, iritis the endorsement _ot tho fattery commaiide Uoutier and Rose tee lo procure sporting material and report at .the .next battery night. Subscriptions were' received from Jledicihe'Hat as. follows: Chas: H. battery'coimnaiiderE, Captains Judson, 110wey, Medicine Hat; Alex. ewarn. be a commit- T-wlor .....i J. T: Dilriu, Klmball, liicleod subscriptions" follow: Mrs. J B Cohbon, Macleod, .1.' H. Evans, Oongh, ,T H. Sutherland, ?1S; G. W. Hogg, Thps. Pnrdy.'Maclcod, J16, anil A. Blair, 564. Declares Muir Said Accident Jolin- ?47; J. R. Hannaford, Howie, W: Spreitie'g, 111; John ?79; John ;LaUd, Alder- 1 that ceconiiers had been arranged 1 for but took no notice. .The nuisance I had lo be slopeed somehow. It nas arranged lo defeat 'the little Black Country gentleman, and at. one .meet- ins the chairman, haying ..opened the proceedings Svilli a suitable speech, unexpectedly .called on him to. propose The jury in the case 'of Mutr VE. the C. P. rWhich Is still proceed- ing, were given: a practical ilenion- stralion in anatomy by. Dr. Oalbraltlii rose, at the Supreme Court on _Thursday I he r; Anniversary Sen-ices of United Be Held on Sunday MOST TOURISTS-IN FRANCE'CAME FROM SOUTH AMERICA PAHIS, NorJ, entiiusiAstfcal- Iy predicted American tour- ists did'.npt'come lo France this year bill'the-hotel-keepers, Ihis as- soclalton officials, ear, are sallsfleri. Instead, On record 200.- 000 police permils'..issiied to lourisl-s IncndinK to more ;than 15 days. Among South America sent tlio greater: nnmber, with tlie United States' aygopjl 'aetoud and other countries 'trailing. One ill wind that blew .-well ii France was the high; exchange rat ot the Swiss franc so. that'travellers gave the" preference to'this where: their money .went about twice as far .as In'the The premises of Dominic Klein, soulb ot Grassy Lake, were searched by Sergeant Lobb >nd Corporal Fer- guson, of the R. C. M. P.. and a com- plete outfit for the manufaclure of liquor was, as alleged, found. He will appear at tho mounted police barracks for trial neit Wednesday. For entering Canada by stealth, and arrested at Taber- Sergeant Lobb and Corporal Ferguson, L. Palraquist was fined ?IO with _cbsts at the barracks. A..Cunning, "a warehouseman at oal'.mrst, was up beforo Magistrate luirell at the R. C.' Si. P. barracks, barged with being in possession, oi a quanlity of narcotics. The offnce, as alleged, was being in possession of lie drugs though not a qualified drug- ist. It was argued on behalf of the .ccused, by Ills couoso, D. H. t3Hou, hat the stock 'was of old standing and not Decision vas reserved.- The arrest was hisde by Sergeant Lobb and Corporal Fer- guson. the militia authorities are concerned It is their wish to do all they can to help out. With this object Colonel Pearkcs, V.C., D.S.O., M.C., was in'the cily on Thursday accompanied by Major Hiighes, and Captain Rouller, M.C. .The last named Is attached lo tha Royal Horse Artillery at Kingston, and-will bo- tho city for tho next three help to get NEW ZEALAND NEEDS MUCH' BUILDING MATERIAL AUCKLAND, N. Canadian building and olher im- provements are to be carried out as contemplated within the next few years, large quantities of material must be procured from Canada and tho ot tho United States. With this end In View a large cor- poration has. been organized in New Zealand, with headquarters here, and has sent .a to these countries to arrange for a supply of lumber. It that .'this Dominion within the next two' or three years would consume or 000 feet of lumber from Canada and the United States, and possibly this might bo repeated during ;the nejt five or Bis years, for there must he a large amount of construction work done in order to meet Ihe demands of the' rapid development in filffer- c-nt section oMhe country, obviate all the difficulties and (he handicaps that were found, when mobi- lization look place for the war. %lt it is a case of a future war it can only be that It will bo a popular war, ill Iho sensing of Us need by.the people, wiih the democratic- principles of. to- day. U is the aim, said Colonel PearkeE, _j combine sport wilh the formation' of the batteries, so that there will be battery -basketball, hockey, curling, etc. will also he-the-social side with smokers and held, thus creating an esprit de corps among the members. Tho summer camps and the getting together the young men, in what Is heing will make" for comradeship, and" the knowing of one another .intimately-' should it'happeu that they had, to" to the front together. In that event; if it ever comes about, there would all i tho opportunity for friends and comrades to be together and sociated together. There will ho no. splitting of units as occasioned in tha war, .wilh. the want of previous 'Or- ganization such IB new aimed at, MONTAIGNE AND HIS CAT When my cat and I entertain each olher with-mutual apish tricks, as playing with my garter, who knows but that 1 make my' cat more sport than she makes me? Shall I conclude her to he simple, that has her time to begin or refuse to play as freely as I myself have? :Nay, who knowa it Is a defecl of my not understanding" language (for doubtless'cats talk.and Tcason-with one we agree no belter? And who knows but-that-she pities me for being- no wiser than lo play with her and laughs and censures my ollv for Tiiaklng-Eporl with her when we" two Iplay Essays. the first resolution. He :was taken aback. At first he -sat rather then the chairman, pointing to him Mr. the audience is wailing." Slowly he look In his hand the copy of -esoiulion, and It was fully five minutes be- Tile anniversary services in connec- tion with the United ciiurcli. Norlii Letliliridge. arc being, held this Sun- day, the'21st, wilh a .former'pastor, Rev.A.A. Lytle, as the preacher [or the day." The. sen-ices will be h'eld al the usual iioilrs, 11 a. -m. and p. rii., and tiie choir will render special music. In the morning Jllss Bessie Worth- ington will give a solo and the junior choir will sing an anlhem. lir Hit- evening Miss'Janet Mcll'vena is the Soloist. 'Tho choir will give "Hark, Hark, Sly with llr. W. Etott and Jillss M. Smith Caking the leading solos and the men's chours will EV'SO give a selccllon. Tha of Jir. Lytle .are looking 'prward to renewing what was a very loop -Mid'.lasting.'friendship' and the lay should be allogethor worthy Ihe occasion. Mr. bytle will1'also1 take the lesson at tlie Young People's Blblo class In the afternoon. n r l.iperal meetings and the report wff sees to ilie lowering of Ihe cageilhat In revenge ho had gone over to. was In the witness was put! the Conservative parly. _ through a searching cross-exaniina-.] tion by 7ir Osllnn'd. Ho said that ter th'e accident Alulr said It was his own Taiilt. It is expected lhal Iho Dg-concluded today. THE GENTLEMAN i i WHO SECONUED f (Drillsli Wccfciy.) At the Town JI all Liberal meetings, there was a funny litllc Black Coun-[ who had.a manias foivsecondvng rciolulidns. Regardless ot the program and without -waiVj ing-', for the chairman's" call, he Jumped up and jerked oul, "I beg lo! seconci that." Ho was lold In-vain1 BAWDEN6ROS. PHONE 625 pmnnniiiiiii 4'.6" A Sensible Place To Eat Sensible' because the food good, the variety so, satisfying, thfc environment so pleasant, the service so gratifying. Sensible because It Is a relief tjo the vv.ifi not to havo to 7 lifTiC co.okUiH and preparing meals, washing a.r.d drying dishes. You'll be among a lot of other sensible folks here, ID GOOD, FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will mako this cafe a favorite with you, too. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH "The prico reduction movement has reached golf, a Chicago firm adver- tising its regular balls for 75c: DON'T FpRGET Tho only place where you can get your shoes repaired by. prac- tical shoemakers is Hutton Perkins Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 54 Acadia Building 612 Third Avenuo South Always in good taste. JOHNG1UORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 The name Chief Moun- tain was chosen for this company because it stands for everything that is pure and unadul- terated, Chief Mountain 606'THinb'Ave. SOOTH Products Slaiid.for the same thins, anrl theJCompany that manufactures IheSe.pronucts .hack ot Ihelr Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LET.HBRIDGE, PHONE '1929 MM IS THE MOST NOURISH MAiHEALTHpflF JULFOODS N It Is also ene. of Ihe cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk' U tlift hlrnf you need, Are You Using Buttermilk? IT is excenenc cooking and makes a drink. Only 5e per delivered. Phone 1576 and have our driver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 Cjsauba Melon, per Ib. ....I'll! Grape Fruit, Florida; each 15c, Lemons, dor. .150 Grapes, Tokay's, Ib. Celery, 2 Ibs..for..........25o ICucumbers, each. ..25c and 30c: Lettuce, Hothouse, Sweet Potatoes, per Ib. ...15c fresh, Ib........5o Cranberries, [b. .25c Spanish Onions, cookina.-. Per 100 Ibs. Carrots, Turnips, Cabbage, etc. Dainty Lunch Mayonnaise, per bottle ..........'....'....35c Hearts of Artichokes, tin ..95c Wheat Fiakes, per pkg. ...55c Corn on Cob, gal. size Libby's Applo Butter, size Per tin............'......62c Jordan Almonds, per Ib. Redona Almonds, per Ib. H.SOd, Paulin's Sodas, household size. Per box Sugar House Molasses, 3 It. tins. Each Tpmatoes, 2 tins for Lowney's Cocoa, Ib. tins, 10o: Pilchard's No, 1 tall, each..220 Royal Crown Cleanser. 3'tlni: for Z5o McLaren's Pimento Cheese. Per .sweet corn.'; Per tin Palmer's Biscuits. Special this week, per Holland Herrings, No, 1s.. Per keg Scotch Kfppered Herring and Herrings In Tomafo Saiiee, 2 Ibs. for Bloater' Paste, per tin Soap Flakes, 2 Ibs, for SPECIAL THIS .WEEK Royal Crown 3 pkgs. for Winnipeg Ginger Snaps, Ib., 25o Ribbon, Nabob and Royal Shield, per Ib.....60c Baking Powder, Hoyal Snlcld. 2 tins for.............. 55c our special, per 70c Beans, ground and pulverlied. Crisco, 1 Ib, tins ,..........40c Crlsiao, 3 Ib. tins FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES or toast- 4'f'A ed. Perlb.................... Patterson's Canned Coffee, larfle Toilet Soap, G large cakes, 25c Calsup, Blue Label, per bot., 50o Royal Salad Dressing, hot., 25c California Peeled Green per tin.................. V15c Crystallzed Whole Violets, Per 200 French Durgces, per oz, ...ZOo Cambridge Sausage, per tin, Spp GEO. CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453, ;