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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Hernia's of Live Local News n Derate U All The Local News where You Expect It .SATUHO.VY, XOV15MUI5H 22, 1'Jl'J LKTIIIUIIDGE. ALBt'RTA. 1'nGlC SEVEN our lloundup Reds in Washing- ton Woods Causing Some lo Ksi'apc 1o B. C. imio? frmii II. jamns In Ihe rirliiSly of lumber CranLrooK Ilia, Ihe I. W. W. zgitullori. which has caused t-o much trouble iicrosa ITie tine, especially In Hlala Imnupr camp.-. Is being felt (o sump extent there, ami the Mounted Police and uiher Cedcm! oflk'ors nre having a Ijuay lltun nllh the problem. Tiio Washington woods arc full of the "wobblles1' wlio liavc done v GOOD ROADS CONVENTION At Calfary oil ?il outlay a Good Heads coiivruHon will ba held. iv hen legislation desired Tjy Ihe various aulo acd good roads assuclailonn of tbe prov- ince will be diHcussiXl and T'nen Ihrj nroRrnni of the iie'oenliun Tor 1''20 be cut. to Ihe will ba er Meerh, D. Klnf. Harris and probably Mayor ftardlc. HIE FUNDS H. SPENT lowing In a slaiemtm of the T? colpla and expenditures ot the AVoni en's Clrlc Ulub hi ita campaEgu for much to reduce production, auu Hinue i relief of droulli sufferers: tho Central la Bhoctlug affnlr and Ihe Recclpti consequent roundup of the reds, thero has lie on n desperate attempt to get llic line tn (lie hopo of lag rietenLipn on U.. S. charges and Tor tho purpose of stirring up trouble lu Uaiiaihi. Supt. Prpmerafher of "K'1 Ui vision lali las: night tor C. points lo look inti the plans ot Iho Mounted Police there lo.handle llie situation. All ma- rliinory In nor: In u-orklng order lo Uirn "ivoliblles" bad; at ports of on Iry. there arc knoun lo bo a tew Ted character who hare escapetl (lele.'llon and arc now plying Ihelr nefarious to spread reel pro- ramps. Vigorous ELciiS lo deal Lheec: arc likely to be Liken shorily. clptl Itrald fund ___ Friend Maple Leaf Chajiler. Xo. 7. O. E. S..................... J. F. Simpson Miss Wilson Msmliers o( Hoard o[ Trade. Mr. IlDTVOrtll Cgaldalc Indies' Aid Mr. and Mrs. Haley, Coaldole.. Mrs. Norman Wells, Oonlialo.. lltn. Ro'.lo. Minister c! Li- lior in the Ontario lias informed lilt IiiUependeDl Labor l'fcr'-7 Hint he intends lo present to il {'nc Tes' on ivlilch lie was su'orti ?s Mlulftcr, :f he feels, iv'ien he iiuits that he has kepi his oatti. 10.05 5.M 3.00 81.00 5.0 n 26.00 1.00 Word About The Lyceum Will Discuss Proposed Manager- ial Form of Government in Kt'Intion to. I Total Expenditures Undcnvear .and hosts Hoots -2 Repairs on boots sent In J3.R1 One overalls 1 Dry cleaning clothing 1.S5 Sundries Tolal .....................54SIUG Balance M IARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 GUi. Avenue Sn.jlh Phon-796 SPECIALS Swift's Banner tggj 2 doztn for Hamburg Steak ptrlb., 20c this balance may seem large, ihc club already has appeals for shoes and underwear which will pmct'cally wiyu out tue credit. Further donatlODs ;'.nj nedeed, and Avlll he acknowledgeri hy the club. 'After 15 years service .as district registrar oC the supreme court of Bri-. Lich Columhia hi Vancouver, A. II, Pol-j lenger haa sent in nts resignation. "JTicrr neu'r vrj.s a [im-j in liis lory ot universal co-ope rutujn In tho Or problems is 10 needed as UL linu-. The J.eililjrJlRo IVo- ronini is a natural piece- of poru- lar assembly and presents lo iliu pub lif-- best opportunity lo hear _ reli- gious, social, and economic the dby, Intelllyently discussed. So Tar lliia si-ason just tvro meetings have been held.- The a'drtrtssea 011 both oc- casions proved of ii.vcry hlyli order nud served lo illustrate a truly demo- cratic in dealing with subjects of uallonal ati'.l civic iniiiorLBTicc. TiJ8 J20 "reason, no-.T Inauguratod, in- cludes addresses Iroin prominent edu- cationalists, politicians, nnd organtza- the list of Mn'cli will be nunouhccyl later. The Forum meetings invite tjons and broad, sympathetic di.icus- on JJvo For toinorroiv Nov. 23rd, at P, p.m., Jlr. Leo Cootr.oa will provide anil pianoforte Tlieo at -1._f> n m. promptly. Commiswiener II. .lleech Trill address the audience nud conrine his ihenic to "is the proposed managerial form of government, a good th'nt for T.ftbbridge." an well as out- line the policy of the federal govern- ment's housing EChtme. U3dl05 will grace lite, meeting liy presence. It is urgently request cd that the puhl'c be seated promptly at 3 o'clock. There la nothing so tfouVleous to n as noise and confusion during the address. He on time.' Take an active interest in your city and in Canada's present day and future problems! Your prfisence the-forum meetings la the only nras demonslration of your loyalty in tliis respect. AN INSURANCE POLICY Is designed to replace property. not conipcnsaln on H outin'of lirevlpus cost JJuoueh tire insur- ance R agj Is nol eiicnyli DOW. C V-L US THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Ltllibrldg. PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS In (he early fall a ommiitnc ol loval eenllemcn Eicne.! up a guir- ani'.-c a serir.i of and lcoturt-3 (or rdiflcatfon of publlu during Two ot the Melropulfiaii nnd have alreadr Ijeon here, and ivh-i aUciHcJ the hljtcli t-lsms n a turn of (he Itflne; Jfut Ihe patronage has hcon what il FliouM liavc btun. The guaran- tors are not in tliU piaUu Jiirjnoy, but to aiTtn-! Lelhbrlilsc BomclhTng high flaps in tlie way ot entertainment. iLsfcad of oiali- ing moneyf however. stand tu consIJemblc unless the peo- Iilt; of the city show iheir ajipre- clatlon ol efforts hy a more liberal In the remain- ing four events on the Lyceum program. Thp next event "is on Monday evening at Knox church ivhen the Orchestral Entertainers. .1 Chicago musical organization of renown, will be Ihc offering. These people have .1 high reputa- tion in Chicago Individually and as an entertainment organization, and LelhbrlrJge puujilc who lake a.dvantagc ol the opportunity of hearing them will find (hat they havo made no mlslafce. Preceding Klci'tions i Kce I'Jaifonvi Jlr. Cameron Working Hard M'hilr> (be rjvlc rleclions appear (o iin ilragfing flie 53 far as Ih'.rc Is ;i lot rampalpu- Roir.s on. Tfie labor Party are forinulaiins Ihtlr platform which iheir cnndldatc, Mr. Cameron, will' shortly ItsiiG to Ihc public. It Is pos-1 slblc lhat the comrilitee rooms ol the j party wilt on Moniay, on Third Avenue South, In the a tore from which Mr. Thaell is rcpiovlcg. Mr. Cameron expresses his inten- tion of pulling up a gooi.1 fight and states that he has several cndorsa "SCARLET AND GOLD" TO TELL M. P. TALES Much Interest ii being taken among the niountlrs anil ex- moualles in the expected ap- iiearancc ot "Si-arlel and (he special number of Ibe maga- 1 1'iiMishrrt under the nus- "I h'.i iiiiinbcr will con- 1 lain 6'jmo stirring htoriea of Ihq ul'l tinifl records ot the It. -N. M. I'. llonr of hla candidature from tboso outside Ihc Labor Party. ISNOWCOMPltlEO The addition to the general ollices of tho local P. H is now completed, and the dispatchers' office Is Installed (here for business. new room Is Next week, which precedes nouiina-1 considered to lie one of the best in tion day, will Ijring about. It is rumor-it ho province for f, .1, oil, various developments. It la ex- pected .that ID the nominations there v-'lH be more than two candidates for Hie vafancy for the ofTice or commis- sioner of Public Worts. province for dispatch work. The Improvement made Is greatly appre- ciafcd by the staff in that they were much cramped In the old office. The new room la commodious, light anj Going on and Cars for Shipment Being The Hav Silualion Two iiiiire i-arfi ol hay havp arrive-J Trom Q'J'.'licc to rrlloit The hay, which f.i a rnirturn of lini- 01 hy and t-Tpvcr. is lo of n- Is no: a very preai. nt coming ID in In ,tork cars; ihe tilualion in ihls re .ysct has cased up a deal. A number of heated cars are on Ihoir (or the- shipment or potfl- s. Potato digging in said to be go- on at tho present lime in the Ray- mond and Welling districts, afcfl ibn Epuds ?.rc in good without the appearance of having sufferer] murh from the (rest. LEAGUE OF NATIONS DEPENDS UPON U. S. PARIS, Nov. Temps today that It hopes that a eolutiou will be (nitnd oT the situation created by SCHOOL FOOTBALL A j tlic failure of the United States senate AND BASKETBALL rallfy Ihc peace treaty v.ith Gcr- many, because "if the league of na.tia.i5 can live while awaiting the Unileii .States, il can not endure '.vilti- Thc anniversary of Lundv's anc Mclhodlst churcli was celebrat- ed by special services. v The weather liarinE hecome milder it has teen for the school Joys lo play off anolhcr football game this week and the girls a basketball Doth games were iilnypfl al 4.HO ailernoun. Calbrailh play- their second loacue game ol fool- ball against Central Jt. and came out victorious. This makes two irifts for GalhraUh. The second fame was playe anil' Westminster. league blwceii Fltctwood The first league dut the Cnilcd States." The newspaper records that the Algirteras treaties was ratified with sirens reservations, but thai the Uni- ted Slates lullilled the treaty faith- fully. points were scored from fouls. Har- rlctlc Carter and Lilliau Perry tiotli played sood games in the dcCcucc area. Charged With Lha Possession of Banned Adjourned game was played between Flcetwood and Central A. Rcetwooil winniui-: by a score of y to 1. byt since, then ihe girls have had a great deal or practice as was clearlj- seen iiy ihe brand oM basketball played. The girls put it over the Fleet v.-oqds to the lune of t> Lo 1. The gam a was fast.' right rronl start lo I'mish. the girlsl playing good combination. Alice Fi Icy oC ihe West in in seer school shone ns the star forward. She scored twice from the field, they being the only two scored during -Uie game. Tlit olhei Il'Ao Sets Ihe Price of. Milk? The Milk Producer "nsTorc June. 1319. ire sel fhc.prito ol AVo saiJ. Fanner, ive will give you so much for yunr and tonk il or left ii..... N'cw Mr. Fannci; say.-, ''.Mr. want Ibis Tor our Al present conipetitiuii in cistlliig the Tanners' price, init eventually he get vvhat he asks, whicli Is the cost plin 10 per cecl. jrrorlt. Calsary Producers arc ,asking He for from Nov. <5th to Dec. 5lsl- Thai means that they ivill likely want mmc llinn IGc tor Iheir milX oiler Vhc New Year. Crystal Dairy, Lid. AUCTION SALE 1 have been f'vgred with Irulructioni from MR: P. LEV1NE- to Mil by Public Avttlon On TUESDAY, NOV 25th AT ONE O'CLOCK Sooth HaH of Sec. 21-8-21, Known at OW Experi- mental Farm Three ind a Half Mllet South Eait of 1 Cocksh'ult plow; 1 P. O. sulky plow; I 10-foot double engine dJflc; 1 3-aecllon lever harrow 1 CocfcJhult Eorfaco coll packer; 1 ZO-inarker Cockshull drill; 1 8-foot Doerlng -Under; 2 Uccrlng mowing nuchlncs (nwrly. 1 hay 2 bull i-akes; I stacker; 1 wn'gon, complete, tiptop box; 1 wagon .ind rack; 1 democrat; 2 sed double work harness; 1 ilneto sol harness; 1 faddle; 1 sleljh; 1 cream scparalor] 1 float; I garden heating stoves, about Ions alfalfa bay; 1 team horsoE, TERMS CASH GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer 327 llth StreetSMth PWoel692 The A.. P. police court, 011 Friday af- t-3rnoon had Ihe appearance of the prciccl visl; of Royalty, with the num- ber of ineirbtrs of Royal Mounted Police, Wiih ihe appearance of guard of Sionor. filling Ihc. lobby or Hie courtroom. These were the wit- nesses in Ihe prosecution of a number or nibte Students aRu'nstiTvhom sum- I mouses liaJ hctn iisued for having I iS their possession liternture, as alleg- j cd. in violation of the consolidated lonler-iii-coLincLl lo ccnsor- IshiD. The casiis were called (or two-lhirly o'clock, bill were delayed through counsel C. F. Harris, ivho was tor nil those summoned, Ijcitig delayed in ihc Supreme Court "in Hie Sndcrsrcen vs. Snnnrtcrs trial. Well Known Citizens Tlio parties siunmioticd were well known men antl" women of the city, each one snSr.1 to lie in possession ol various lorms of Ihn banned Ulcr.ilurc perlnining lo Ihci cult of the Ulblo KUtdcnLi. These arc many in innn- Lcr, including such hooks as "The Finished Mystrfry" and reprints of the sarwa, the "Hymns of the Millennial Juwu1' rvnd so ou. Those suninioned arc Mrs. 11 Ings, Mra. O. li. Tail, and .Messrs IL lltin- rcr, IT. Flsnling, C. S. Ilorc, N. K, Murray, j. Van llaarlcn, J. Thompson Mr, Harris in the opening ot'llis procc2t1fngs (iFkcd lor an adjournment lit. IhRt he TVR3 acting collcoiively For nil Ihc parlies anil had not had Mm lime to advise each ono individually, in (hat the charges aro irrndo ly. With the prosecution consenting, Magistrate Hurrcll ailjutiritcd llic dfiiKs lo ten o'clock _ on I'riday niornlng noTt, Mr. K. J. Shepherd nppcarcd for Ihc Crown. One' ut the. parties, P. 11. who has already appcarril before Ijiijierlntcndcnl Peiinefalhcr jil tho nioiintcil police barracks nml vlio TS-ps rcimvnried on Imil of tii.OOO, Jiini- KsU for and I wo sureties of fjOO (o appear on I-YlfTfly, had his hail renewed to nclst Friday niul further 'shoulrl procccdinss be rc- HtJJourncd. The ninKimuni penally for tho of- fence which the arc allcgeJ to have committed Is Jii.OOO fino, or Tlvo years ImprlsonniftnL Thurc is no minimum floe fixed. For Xmas: Your Photograph WON'T CALL HINDY AGAIN T'lionc 1171 and THE SMITH STUDIO S. Xmas Crackers have some particularly good lines at Ihc iollovinE loir prlce5- 65c per box of 12. 75c .per box of 12. per box of 12. per box of 12. They Won't Lart Long. PHONE 772 OPEN TILL NINE O'CLOCK TONIGHT .THE----- Frank Hedley Drug Co. .fry. and in every fitted for the work for which it is Intended. The old dispatch office is belog con- verted Into a toilet room. MAYOR IN CALGARY Mayor Ilardle, who Is ID Calgary attending a meeting of the provincialN hospital board, Is not expected "back until MoDtlay, as he will wail over Lo bn present ot the raeRling ol the CJood Roads association with the representa- tives ot the governuienl. At Lhla meeting the matter ol the cipendl- Lure on roads au'i the routing of th'j Red Houtc will be brought up. Dominion Labor Party LABOR TEMPLE, DOMINION BLOCK LECTURE Sunday Evening at 8.30 J. E. LOVER1NG AND CRITICISMS OF AND SUGGES- TIONS TO THE LABOR PARTY." Come and Hear the Doctors jpplnion of. the Labor Party. Everybody Welcome. CLUB CAFE We Servo tho Bcal 35c Meal In tno Quick Service. Our Cufloo find French Poalry Is Different. PHONE DKIIMN, NOT. Marshal von Fllmlcnbnrg nnd Ucn. will, not he ncaln summoned lo Eire le.Ulmony heforc tlie ijub-comrnitlce of Lhc national assomhly, according to a semi-official statement. It (s bollcred Oicy woulil be unable to'amplify Ihe evidence they liarc already presented. CORTEZ SUSPENDS IN DISORDERLY ROW MADRID, Nov. 21. Todiy'l MHlon of'lhe cortei was summar- ily In coniequtnce of the dlnrJer which followed a per- attack upon Deputy Meftlre, by the deputy feed minister, General Meeting OF THE G. W. V. A. On Sunday, Nov. 23rd AT. THREE P.M. Important that all members be present as this will be the last meeting before the Provincial Convention. Mr. W. A. Buchanan M.P. will address the 'meeting on the Re-establishment Bonus question. OUR MILK IS RICH IT TESTS EXCEPTIONALLY, HIGH AND IS PURE AND PASTEUR. IZEO.' WE DELIVER IT AT 15c A QUART Cream, I5c Half Pbt g Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. AUCTION SALE Of LIVE STOCK, FARM IMPLE- MENTS, and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE This Sale is for the Purpose of Settling up an Estate on Account of Death of One of the Partners. 196 Head First-lass Dairy Cattle On Wednesday, Nov. AT TEN p'CLOCK N. of UhbHdge, Two Miles South Jail fum, known u Ed. McKenzie Farm 3 (rcsh COWE, one cow, due lo freshen; S HolsfeiD cows; chic lo Tieahen !R lice.; 6 IKifham cowa, due lo freshen In Dec.; Jersey cows, due to freshen In Holateln com, due to fresh- en In Jan.; S 'Vfl 15 grade HolUeh totters; U grade Dur- ham heifers, al) snpro'tnl In 17 joaTlIng heifers 3 yearling hcKera (Durhatnl; 1C Iwo-year old JS ycarlinn sleen; 20 heifer cliKei; 23.nicer CalTts; 12 veib; 1 Durham bull, two ycfin old; 1 llolsleln bull, Iw6 years; 2 heavy'marca; tnldlnjs; 1 colt; 6 slorc hogs, ebont-100 Ihi.; 1 glndcr; 2 geese. 1 r. 0. guns plow; 1 wagon anil rack; 1 Vnn Brunt double disc drill grain seeder attachment, nctrly neir; 1 hay like; 1 bull 1 overthrow stkcker; 1 cooklog kettlo; 1 Ibs, per hour BcalrEco cream separator; a number of milk cans anct rails; 2 sets heavy work harness; 1 1 bed spring anil mattress; forks, shovels and numerous other articles. This slock Is all bay fed and in fine condition; on excellent strain. TERMS CASH FMCl.LUNCH GEO. P. Auctioneer 327 1 Iti Street Sntti PUpit 1M2 ;