Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL 'NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT ft THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY "SATURDAY, NOYEMBER SECOND SECTION f TUB HBRALPS fASBOF H LOCAL NKWS PAGE ELEVEN AWARDED TO ALEX. PR 4. 4 4 JOE HEALY'S CROP Scout Joe is well sat- isfied with the proceeds of his forty Are tteld which yielded .073 2-3 busbfls of No. 1 wheat. This he disposed of at per bushel, netting J1.09S.07, fr' v Bliner Claimed Fifteen Thous- .and Corii- r pany Negligent' Shortly on Friday the case of, Mulr.vs. the C. P. R. was brought to close with the jury, after being absent over six hours, re- turning with a verdict in favor of the piainliff, assessing the damages at -TLo case agaliisl IholC. P. Kail been coaUnulng.' in the Supreme Alexander Mitchell to be growing uipro serious though It has not reached and IB not likely to reach the degree'of serious- ness already reported from. eastern. Canada und the United Stales. There lias'boeii' a uarke'd' Increase In Al- berta during the'past two or three weeks in the ranks ot tfuj.unemployed and present indicatldiie.are that this winter will see many out of work the province. are-the figures for Lethr bridge during the past week; f arm hands, five applications placements; one applica- tion and" "plasterer the.bottom of which he was working, j descending on him. hard f cueist ofle, and Mr. II. Ostliind, with .Mr.-. lieatue, acted for the plaintiff, is complimented on the yerdlct ho gntnef.- Ho. made-a very strong sirlB forcible address to the jury. No less forcible was tho ad- dress of Mr." A.-1.. Smith, K.C., of Calgary, on behalf of the defendant arriving at tlieir ver- n-i n ono application and one placement The case was. a twp applications; miners compiiuy. jury in Thrown Against Timbers of Mine Wall at No. 3 Mine Inquest Farmer From An Insurance Com- pany The case of V. Green against the Qeaeral, 4nlmals Insur ance Co qf Canada opened. In tho! Supreme Court (hb> (Saturoay) morn- 1 ing, with J C Hendry Jor the plain- tiff and L Jil JoinBtone, of John stono and Ritchie, for company The ckso is 'proceeding i with Mrs Scott, his Herbert F Gnjeu, a roachcr, Is su 'cousin Thfcj were dm en around VALUED 44 4 4.4 tiVCB sum of JlCOtr lor the death of a stallion, 'insured with the defendant for that amount His, claimed that, tha1 stall km was in- sure d on Nove'mlver 25th .and died on 'G Porter, president of the club.' Mr. Porter a telegram to the effect thjt.Mr. Balrnsfatlier re- ceived a splehuld .receiitioa in Moose Iho 24th of December following Thei-'aw' defendant tho claim in that fbe'plarallfrdld not .abide by th'b con- ditions in the Insurance pollcv it is stated that clainvs. aufl liapers with proof Of tho lossiwere not delivered until April 1st, 1920, exceeding the sixty da> and, tonse- quenU} Captain Balrnsfaiher, who lectures tonight ;in the Majestic theatre "Oder tho: auspices'of'the Rotary'Clnu, will lecture in Edmonton on Monday night and: in Calgary bii Tuesday nlsht. debarred .Quid Warner Police However Only Nine Men Seek Jobs Thropghvthe-LetjibrJdge Tr'ustee' George' 'of Barons, the Herald lias beeu elected bv acclamation for another term on tho boafl otitrustees of the Nortliem Irrigation dis- trict) Dominations closed yesterdav and as far as tie Herald can learn Mr Chew was the.only one nominated Since the forming the dis trict commencedilftr. Chew" has taken a lias done much to I.nterejLcontractors and bond houses In'tho district and has been, intrlimental. in .having represen tatlves of'cbntractorB.go over the dis tnct with a Tien tenUering on the work. matter place- j NEW ELEVATOR OPENED The Farmers Co-pperatlve. elevato' at tills morning and -will lie In full swins ih- Monday." ;This was com nicnced late.lhls 'siimmer and ha been rushcd'.to. completion for the ben efitof tho the. Coaldale dis ments the been, the slowest experienced, for..a iind felt more and more. The any meatia tho people in'thls.dis- trict'who are out ot work. They rep- resent the- few who 'hav'e decided' to stay in Lcthbridge and hare pinned i their faith on the labor bureau to.ftnd yrork for them. Every day around fifty tnen drill into the bureau looking for' work and -very seldom do.many of ILem return tlie next-day, having left tho city for other points. The unemployment "question throughout the.-province-is becoming A serious affair, according to an inter; View granted, by J.W.. Mitchell, provin- cial labor superintendent. tho unemployment 'in ;tho province a low daya ago at one thons- nnd but tajk'in Lethbridgo today bag been toHao efiect that Calgary alono has fifteen hundred unemployed with- in its borders. The one thousand, as the nine1 in. Lethbrldge, represents only those who havo registered with Jhe bureau. is admitted by Mr. trict.' P. O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 DON'T FORGET' The onlr ilaco where you Bet yonr repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street, South Phone 3 doors 8. of Colonial Thetfra BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 MMIIIimillMI OAK ARM ROCKERS Income Tax 'SPECIALISTS; Financial 'ANALYSTS Business RITCHIE. PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acsdla Building 612 Third 'Avenue South Constable HIdsbn. V tho A. P P Earner, did a piece of work on Friday in locating arid-turning over to Sheriff JJavis, o art. Chas. -MacKay has charge remains. ot A DIFFERENCE OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS A difference of approximately ten thousand, dollars' exists- be- tween the quantity of luxury tax stamp: purchased In Lethbridge and the luxury tax returns for the past month This figure will be cut somewhat ate rtill using Uie oldn :forrns -for. making- their- return: Demos Bruno, arrlia! of The1 sMeni was'1" khad on phoned crlptlon''of' it Giass, one one hour 6f. the In Milk Rlfer as alleged, for I.the boundary constable was irhing. with a de- Immediately id to loesfij him He., learnt o't the sheriff ler inquiries on man m a hotel o aitompaniei with hlni, the vav, he found at Milk Hiver J B the jheriltTmc oTiy Always in good taste. JOHN GILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 A Sensible Place to Eat Sensible because the food Is good, the .variety so satisfying, the environment so pleaiant, the gratifying, Sensible because It U a relief tor the.> wife ntft to have to spend- fier. time-cooking and preparing meals, and drying dishes, You'll be among a lot nf other sensible folks here. KIRKBY'S 606 AVE. SOUTH GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely Moderately priced Will make 'this cato a faTorlte with yon, too. The Yale m 'FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Parisian Ivory The rrame Chief Moun- tain was chosen fey this company because it stands for everything' and unadul- terated, Chief Mountain Creamery Products Stand for the same arid the CompSiny tliat nifiTJiifacturcs theso products stands Ijack of tliclr products. .Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd, LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1923 SEXS in THIS LINE HAS BEEN BOUGHT WITH GREAT CARE IN REGARD TO QUALITY and PRICE .We are showing several makes, such 'as the 'ARLINGTON-WORKS DUPONT ENGLISH AND -FRENCH. v can save you money owing to (he low rale of exchange o'i Knglish and.Krench money. Tills haa been talien Into consideration for your All (hat wo asl; is for let us.sliuw the .goods. THE FM HEOLEY ORUG CO. ARE YOU ON? OUR PAYROLL- We ave sending out money orders daily- for cream received. Ship your cream to us .for the best price, prompt returns ahd satisfaction.' CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 .One of.the .meal valued posses- sions of the Indians'of today is the "medicine the making of which It now a loit art. The pipes now in evidence date back to over a there 'are of the' keeping of soir.e of the bra frifliani in TnV Blood Reserve handed down.' as helHoo'mc. Scout: Joe Hesly has wiih'a medlclnefplpe, which he had Chief .Body, :who purchased on. ex- changer flivinq for it ten" horses, 'two democrats, two -mowing ma- chines and .a sulky plow. There ts one elaborate, medicine pipe in the possession of. Chief Shot-on-both-sldes on the reserve. This is' represented in'value" as worth fifty'horses. The medicine p'.po used to play great part lir the famous BUU ilancss which the Jodlacs used to hold when they tbeir narriors, a cui- om .which Is.noV forbidden-.Syr the authorities." At these functions the pipe was brought out and passed around the old warriors while-'the' rouug bloods. through the WuTriuro. tain this distinction they had, cuts mide In the fnuscles of their arms hud i In their-breasts, through lariat'of raw hide was passed; the novice fastened to a post irltlT MB face to the setting sun. Tlje cere- at sunrise and the wonld, be warrior had to.take his stand with tlio incisions ma4e irom bunrbse to sunset, and at the same, time In his If be survived the ordeal ho was named "a warrior, and if he failed through fainting! relegated to the indisuity of a mere squaw' inanV ST. AUGUSTINE PARISH AUXILIARY Masonic Hall, Friday, November Mth Bazaar to Open at 3.30 P.M. Tea served !u the'afternoon. Plain sewing, fancywork, dolla, candy, etc. A wonderful miscellaneous table and a genuine lilt ol Cali- fornia in the form 'of a sea beach with bathing girls, water babies, etc. t Damftig from 9 till 2. CANNONEERS' SUPPER Tickets for Pmnce, Each KINdLY REMEMBER YOUR ENGAGEMENT WITH THE LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH AT THEIR "AT HOME" IN THE MASONIC HALL TUESDAY ivENING, THE TWENTY-THIRD CANNONEERS' ORCHESTRA. DANCING 9 TILL 2. TO1SIIGHT At 8.30 AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE PRESENTS Captain Bruce Bairnsfather AUTHOR OF "ThcBeUerW CREATOp OF A lecture by a great man. DON'T MISS IT The Markof the Makers rPHE'namc "Nortlheimcr" oti a piano ifl not giercly tHe name of an of its the symbol of a liigli ideal. -TTie men who rnalce the NordheJmcr Piano aro more tlian ttaa craflsmcn; tTicy ore arlistsr every one. Every operation in tlic manufacture of a Ncrdfjcimer Piano calls for expert knowledge; and eVilled viorkmansiiip. The Nordheimcr icFUtaiipn 'sr tens fentl beauty of dwign hes Irftn built by tho inRnilq care, and sVlll of men v.ho look their work as on Bit. It is a lW owners of Nordheimer irislnimenU lake pride in that they point wth a satisfaction bordenng upon boaStfwlncsa to the "mark of ihs name Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 5th St. S.