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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News v3Letbbribgc Derate ONCE PASTOR All The Local News Where You Expect It ALW5HTA., Refrigerator Car Matter Board of Loan Worker Thanked Tbe most popular in Ihi city nre Hie weakly ionchecns ol the Hoard- ol Tradf, numbrra from ihe The rule of the day at meeting! Is to punctual if jou to gat a seat it the lunchoon lafcle. Tha meeting on Thursday was sirelltd liy oul-oMowa visitors in (be pareoon of J. W. Mc- D 3D aid, K.C., presided ot tho llaclaou Board of Trade; Mr. Allporl. of Cal- gary; Mr. Foster, ol Edmonton; Mr. erf RlTtr, and Mr. W. A. Hamilton, ot tho local U.F.A, who were' siren ft hearty welcotee. To ccrrwjt and dluipate tbe taken idea whkb Rppwn to gained ground, that Earners ot the district liara not paid bfcek tin loins ID the 3 B14-5 relttt dlstmneincnta, Mr Manioci, tha of the board liad had printed on a eheet the tnw fads In relation to this relW for tba purposes rf prtilclly to counterwt tha imprwtlon to tbe mwl- ins of their efcUgatloni by tha farm- en ot Southern Alberta, wera reprints from an article thai appear- ed ki the Herald In irhlch It wu tbofni that fromflgurei troro Jjrthbrldgo and Medic la a Hal laud oJ- fices, Uio latter of which bu ilnco tho amounti advanced to fanners ot the wuth oonntry totalled about two million, tiro hun- dred thousand dollars, and the- amounts repaid, Including to tho ecd D! 1919, Irtal nearly one paUlion, nine hundred thousand Jan, Precipitation The ihwl alio wnLalned (nleroat- Jng matter as to precipitation and Ihe In Irrigation. In regard to precipitation, Mr. Marnoch pointed out tlist (he Thole of the moisture til a fan bad, into ground and .was helped In there, being conparatlTely little drilling of la this respect tte. country fcflt- ter off 1n regard to moisture ft an from tbe BUDwiterm of October, and from the position It was in thla thnd iMi Irrigation ProScan la regard lo the Lelhbrtdge North. era Irrigation project, the meotl: informed thai m'nch progress had bean made in: the consultations that hare -been going on between the trus UM, engineer, Mr. -MucUeston, d-.tbe solicitor ot Lhe.ftgpoclD Mr. Shepherd. Advice to EicDsTnjg- himsolf: (or appearing In tha1 -role- of .preacher, President liar noch tdTiesd the Merchants _________i that It -would benefit great ly by sticking locethW a little more Ihani. the members had been doing. Or ganlzalion, ho urged, was very neces sary lo achieve auccesa, and Ihf abould be of. a permanent nature in "a scrampling something came up on rrhic] action -was .necessary. He in the success Kilned br organization uch M the U.F.A. banfc ajsocta a fid similar -botHee.. Refrigerator Can In regard lo Ihe request ot Canadian 'Freight .Association, -West llnef, taking the tbo rate on rerrtgcrator caria b Increased from one cent; to a cent an hall per mile, -Mr. Spooner, chair man ol the- freight rate committee o ibe Board ot Trade, stated that a mee Jog of the ivholeealets ol Ibe city ha held In they were of th opinion that IL was not so im Montreal and Vancouver. U the new scbfros materializes here ahonld be, (be opportunity in of the importance of the Le e dlrtslon from a federal point of of making thla city a heaJqu poet for tbo Dominion. The iTlilon here la reEarded es an import- tit- one In tbe fact tial Jt Is prctly ell certam that a full squadron of caTalry Trill ba'malnlainetl here- Tha tab ridge division (9 a one ex- ndloK from Red Deer south to the ntematlonftl boundary with a tnln Jallon. tfce second largest in the lo the Thursda? Bieeling ot the Hoard ot TniJe were' Mrs. Simp- Prenident of Ibe Women's Clrlc Club, ftnd Mrs. llarr Fpcrptflry, Kho an appeal for further donations for carrying on the trori of relief am- Iba families of Ihc fanners In drouth etrlcten aroap. As H ro- )H tho autn ot Trae collected. Mra. Hayr preagulflil a reporl of the Ciric Club bad been doing n tho matter ol affording relief. Thcr Urled wltli the BUIH- of in (ho TChequer nod -ft'as greMly through ibe amoiml realized irongb Ihe hethbrldfie Herald. The ,oney bad heen nearly all eipemletl n rellet and there Taa only the sum t left ivhlch nas cot sufficient i tarry on. The club, through good offices A. Euchannn, M.P., hat! obtained 10 use ot the room.i need by thg led Cross but this was not suTricicnt or the purposes of receiviuu aud aorf- out tne clothing so ITVO more' rooms bad bean nunexccl. Whore s second hand slices had been repaired and ehocs bought from the opalrera at cost price. Numerous lettora, said Jlre. ITajr. being received from farmers' atnllfcs short ot clothes and shoes or children who, in seme ivere not able to go to school for want o[ warm clothing. There was also a coal. Several of these letters DR. 'amous Methodist Divine Who Preaches at Wesley Sunday Has Had Varied Career Alfred Andrews, a reUr- 1 Methodist lulciUer, wilO Vaa uno of the earliest pastors o[ that church in, IjCtbtridge, died ai Uurlingloii. Ont, this weet. lie was a ploceer ot Iho west and had held prominent Uons tn the church. A. J- And- fftTfB, K.C-, Ci-mfiyor of iclno Hat, aro sons of the Jc- LETHBfllDGE ME SCALEilHILS. .Mean Bis Increase To Embargo is in Effect [HUT ALRERTA OPKUATOKS rAN SECURE LICENSES And a Number of Its Pny Fines (o Justice oT the Peace Certain started some- Ibing In tho way of painting tbe burp of Milk Fllvcr red on Sunday itiorning lasl, with (ho result that J. Turner, T. MoalcKb, I. Aaatlo anil n t er, Lockhart or rnc r, we re brought up bcforo Justice of the Peace Grady and let off with the fine ol Coal opcratora In Dislrlct Xo. IS are anxiously waichlnp the result of betivccn miner? anil op- erators In Lho contra! bituminous Qeld across the line, where scale 13 being considered and tho operators have made an offer of 20 per cent increase lo clay inen and 15 fents ton Increase to contract, miners. Contract miners In this field arc receiving from 62 to C'3 cents per ion acconllng to Iho class of are Uolr.g, so lhat i( the Increase "Mr. llagralh telegraphed said Mr. Stirling In an interview, "IhaL indiriducl applications must be made to Ottawa for oennlEi-Eoa to ship [real ryr cijiort to the States. "J Imagine no will be fncuuu- lered cljtaining Auch per nits solo, but ihe operator.1! and miners in tbe Crow's Nest and Lethbridge district are uneasy over the situation. "To stop the export of Alberla coal the conscience of Palmer was to the L'ni'crt States certainly will nol I inp him. the siiiiation In eastern Canada i 31. S. Mi-Avihur appeared for Iho ii would cost ?20 a ton to flt-ftin-t1. A: ihe provincial polite court on Friday morning Claude t'lynn was lei off on suspended sentence for ihool- a stray calf near Ohio. The Ereus- ed who told a EtraightforwaTd that be was not aware that he was dolog anything wrong In thai he was lold by liis brother-in-law; Krank Palmer, for whom ho had only Juai started to work to shoot the animal nnd he did ntii know that It did not beloDs to him. Tho calf j.-as hilled ami the intai useJ. Later Information was given to the police by Palmer In as ihe accused slated, possibly offercJ in tho United Stales offence. costs Jn this being lha firat The affair was brought lo (lie notice or Constable ?.lillE, of Coutls, by Mrs. MoiUcltli tolephonca saying that her husband had been In the early hours of Sunday morning. Colnp down to Investigate the affair, the constable -was informed by Mrs. Monlcith thai she knew nothing of it hejond (hat licr husband bad rctunicd home with his face ufcfigured. Con- stable Ellis then InLervlp.wcd Monlcllh tcd that he was willliig to droy vero read. Tho provincial branch of caae- Enquiries made by constahlc led nlm to believe tie Ked Cross had offered the Cirlc Club help in the way, ot material Iclt The dull felt the o( a tele- phone which was considered should he supplied free by ihc sovcrnment- Arrangementfi wero made uy th'e Hub to hare material made into c-loth- ng. fining Fo far from. 25 lo 30 bales con- ctothtug requisites Tor from 250 io families, l been scnL OH I. Mr. Lund expressed the opinion lhat tlio Goveniment should lake a Kaud in the relief as to. clothing and the Imrdfin should not bo" placed on the adies only. A commHlce consisliiig of .Air. Lund, -3lr. Ma much, nntl FJose. wns appointed to go into the matter. It has to tho lot of few men i Lave au experlencu such as ha huen that of Rev. Olirer Uarwin, D.D ho Is a -visitor to Lethbrltlge thl week. Coming lo "Weslera Canad. fiom England in 1SS4, his flrat jolt was digging post holes for a, Winnipeg I man, and. later ho turned his hand Lo anything in the way of work that of- ere-J, until .Terr soon he entered 1hc Mcthodlat ministry and was stationed at "Wolsely, Sasfc., as mlaslonary: Afler the rebellion broke Dr. Darn'ia iras to Fort Qu'Appclle, he In if later Joined by Ills 'Amily, where 'they rcmnlnei during .hose trouuloua limes. Dr. Darwin himself betn? a member of the home guard, and of tho company from the tort which wenl out to meet the FITo Hill Indians and driva them back when they approached Fort Qn'Appcllc. lie was allo engaged In the Irancport EOT- and 1.1 prouahly the orjy Melh- odlst minister at present tu Ihe work In Western Vanada, who has actually held public service with rifle rcndy at hand tor uae In case Of emer- gency. Since Ihoae early days Dr. flArwin haa Trorknd In many parls of the West 'and U Is sate lo say that few men know Canaan froin coast lo const as he docs. Ho watched prow .from a small village lo a busy metropolis, has -watched In tho bare, baia pralrlo bud and groyr Into such splendid towns as Mooac Jaw, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Ca" pary; hna seen iho Blcam railway sup- plant lied River OK carls, and has be on privileged to .contribute to the coun- try's development In no small way. Noiri after thlrly-flve Tears In Ihe of his church, hs has been to' represent that church !n Knglnnd, aurl leaTes In a few days lo lake up his nnw worX. Dr. Darwin will speat In Wesley cbirrch 3un-Jay moralnf nnd OTe the thnt MontoUU was as bad aa tho rest in the way of creating tbo disturbance. The partv. of which ho Tpas one, had been drinking nnd started (o make things hum. There was a regular chase through tha (own out of hotels aod res- laurants at three In the morning, and a large lamp in the Commercial Hotel was broken. Luckily it went out or thero would havo" hecn a bla-dc. Tua sequence of tnc cscrtpatlo, as tnld to the itaElstrate, was the colltclloa of tbe flees and costs. aav amount made effective hero the .also ]ias b make contract mining vorth lie lo 51.OS per Ion. Xo effort will be made lo ncgollale a now agreement in District IS unlil after tlie declaration of prai'e as Coal Comznissloner Arnistrong lias juris- diction until neacc Is declared and Tor three months Ihereaftcr By that Lime the S. scalu should Lie all settled -anti the basis lor an agreement here eslaUishcd. The Embargo Though eastern Canada Is greatly concerned over Ihe embargo on ex.- of coal Issued by the government Monday, operators in (his flcld have heard nothing oi it officially. John T. Stirling, chief In- spector ol mines, wired Fuel Con- troller Magralh Lhat uo such embargo was required so far as Alberto, was concerned. coal from hore to Ontario." StirliDR aaid that while he ilid not have the ciart figures at hand, the export of coal from Alberta, to (loiiiLs across the border ran from O'J.000 lo Ions a J. j oT Ibis ROCS from the Crow's Nest and anil a larger Thr oM tiuic is the not. IB sicain coal of (i-liicli there a no shorlngc lo sjicak ol aL eria There are ten county Y. "M. C. A.'s and In ojieratioa hi Canada and twenty more in jirocess or organ C. Siiunders Being Sued Hy New In the Evidence INSTANT POSTUM A V has taken the place of tea and coffcein many homes Convenient Economical Satisfying Made! instantly SoW The trial of consiflerahle local fnlcr- ist, Saunders at tho aull of Sailcr- Brcen, arising out of the fatal accident, which Clcn Rodergrecn. a >oy fittren years of age lost his life, started yesterday afternoon in the Supreme CourJ, with Justice Ivcs presiding. The jurv cnipanellert .ire G. llruchetl, R. W. Morten, II. A. Dutlcr, A. Wade and T, J. Kedmonil. "our of whom had just LOiniileled .wo day session on tlic previous jury j iase. Dr. (Jalbrallh was ihe first wilnu. and hia cvldcncd, course, was a repetition of tlial given by liini at the lollcc court. >Tra. Sodergiccn and Jlr. K-ITG evidence a a lo the boy's age and bis occupation mid tlic assistance ho hail bcnn lo them. Mr. ami Mrs. MacTaviah gave evidence of :be condition nf the boy when carried 'nlo rhctr Other witnesses A. K. JIumphrle-s, coroner, Tony vile, who had made some nieasurc- iLonls at the scene of the cicckicnt and Miss Frascr veriflctl her notes of the Inquest. Tho TKISO went lo tbo jury nt tbrcc o'clock. They decided they n'iahcd lo view Ihc scone of the .iccldciit. There tiad been iron pins driven inlo the spot -where the blood clots were ami Ihe point where 'the rear wtircla of] llio car Their decision win be made up after QIC return lo rhRl court house which will bo lalo Mils a ['-.e moon, For Xmas Your Photograph Phone H71 and raako an appointment today. THE SMITH, STUDIO 505 THI11U AVK. S. Xmas Crackers We liavc some particularly KOod lilies at llic following low 65c per box of 12. 75c per box of 12. per box oil 2. per box of 12. They Won't Last Long. PHONE 772 OPEN TILL NINE O'CLOCK TONIGHT -THE- Frank Medley Drug Co. AN INSURANCE POLICY Is dcsigni'tl to replace not on a of previous cos i, Crc insur- ance a year KB? Is nol enough BOW. US THE EDGETl' AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1'iiO 6tli Avenue South SPECIALS SATURDAY 3 Ib. PAILS LARD SROOKFIELD CREAM- ERY BUTTER 2 bs. for PORK SAUSAGE 2 Ibs. (or 45c CLUB CAFE We Serve llie Heal 35c Meal In the City. Quick Serrlce. Our Coffee and Trench Pnslrj Is Different. Mi. Chlpman, Tho ts a. large owner In Coaldalo dfpfrlrt, isalrl In the city on Friday thaf. the Filiation in rogurd to tho clock has improver! flomeiyriaL In the plonny wea- ther ho at hla (ainii at Farm, Rome fllslrmco from CpaMalc.i aboul 100 sheep from the anhnalr piling up and gcUlnR frozen In Iho cold- wind. Mr. Chinman is now bringing hla hord In nnrl In the divorce court Blr (leOrgo Head Harclay, mlnEalfr lo Bucharoel, wag granted {Kssolvlng hfa in arrl ago with hid Trlfc, Mcalrke Mary Jny, to whom ho ivaa mflrrlctl In 1S91, General Meeting OF THE G. W. V. A. Palace Market Week-end Specials Finest BOILING BEEF, per Ib. lOc Finest POT ROASTS OF BEEF, per 15c Very Choice Roasts of VEAL, per Ib. IZVz, 15c: ISe Fresh VEAL TONGUES, per Ib..............Z5c Fresh VEAL HEARTS, per Ib.............. lOc Our Beef and Veal is extra choice this week and our prices are ihe lowest in the city. PALACE MEAT MARKET STREET NORTH PHONE 431 OUR MILK IS RICH IT TESTS HIGH AND IS PURE AND PASTEUR- IZED. WE DELIVER IT AT IScAQUART Cream, 15c Half Pint Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE On Sunday, Nov. 23rd AT THREE P.M. .Important lhat all members be present as this will be ihe last meeting belove thc.I'rovincial Convention. Mr. W. A. Buchanan M.P. Z'11 address the meeting on the us question. Real Horpe Made Bread is Worth Carrying Owing lo the Higli Cost of Horse Feed and Delivery Charges We Have Had to DISCONTINUE DELIVER) We eure our customers ftptiTtcUls (he iltuatio'n nrc conrlrtcnt Iho Mlh (juallly of OUR Caltea aud Ptadf, Iherh more Ikan ifortlj carrying. North Lethbridge Bakery 13TM STREET NOHTH PMONt 13OT ;