Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, THE LETHBRIDGE DAIItf HERALD PAGETHREJ5 Fimeral of Victim of Gunman's BuDets Photo shows tha funeral procfssion of James Bttley, ofliccr oi tho Tern, Iterance Dept., 'Who died as a result OL wounds received wheu he was shot during the raids on bootleggers In Winnipeg, last vreelr. El Big Airship So Carry Passengers From phicngo to York at Two Miles a Minufe taking one's thousand .to Uhreo: thousand Iee'trbii in.the air while travelling at a rale of, approximately two miles a miuute.- Well, it sounds like a tut It. is'to he a reality. Passengers'will clamher- aboard big 'airships at 'Aih in the even- ing. 'Before, they have stored their 'bags sleeping berth the powerful Liberty motors will he whirring, and .the passengers-will be dashing- eastward Ind, about the time they settle hack- in their, A halMiour later .-the porter will-make'up the and when- the. passengers .emerge from .their shower baths early" thP. follow- ing .morning" they will see -from' the, window the Hudson River, New York1 City anil Ixing Island, and: twenty minutes .later they '.will whirled to Wall street Iii tnxlcabs. Every. Modern .Luxury." That Is .the' dream' of., the busy. But he's not too. literary to make a good police chief. He knows the nnlico game as well as he knows liacon or liyron. He'v.-as raised "back.-, (the aud .they come out'.-ragged tliere. schoolboy, he wnu a con- test, .the .prize oi iwhlch was a Irip around the world. Ho. made; it. in forty days.- Then he becamo.a copy boy in a newspaper office at ?5 a week. He soon developed into a then sporting editor, political editor, malic-lip editor, police reporter and finally city editor. He was a star re-, porter to'rut over many scoops. In 1911'" he became secretary, to Mayor Carter H. When William Hale Thompson, _the present mayor, was elected, ho'was retained. In the last few criminals In Chicago broke all restraints.' The city wasn't safe. And so they called on the cx-police. reporter. CP.R. Sailings .TO LIVERPOOL Metagams ...........Nor. 2JIU- Emrress of N'ov. Mellta..............Dec. lOtb Empress of Britain ...Dee. Uth JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets issued ou all other Atlantic. Lines. CUfSlARD ANCHOR Anch.or Donaldson XMAS SAILINGS From .New York :.To Dec. Plyniouth-Cher- bourg-Hamburg Dec. .Movillo, G'govr Dec. S'mptoa From Portland, Me. To Dec. Glasgow business man and the like Jo move swiftly. Alfred': W, it is soon-to bo realized. Before the first' of 'November, "the Xawsori: Air.' Liner No. set- its wheels-down'on A'shburn Field. -Sir. Lawsdn says-the ship wjll startle the Every, modern' luiury, >from the "upper -berths, liny dining-room has been..provided. The ship will make tho trip from .Chicago to New York: In: the night and the return trip Three 400; motors -will pull air lanes'.-aU'fernfic It span of 110, feet. Th'6 piano will .carry, twenty, 'pasaci cargo mail and; amount of-baggage.-. -Air line .ticket- offices are to .he opene'd' ill; Chicago .-and New. York shortly. The Air Liner No. 2 is .sister ship of the Lawson plane that flew from Chicago .to New York-and Washington last is much more-elaborate ;iu --its equipment: Witli -'the direct York line lines will be add- ed to cover Intermediate vtho service will bo extended all through (he'.WoSl to tho 1'tfciflc coast...'.-'' PORTER'S A YEAR (London, Engi, (Figures which revealed the high pay received by woridng meu In West Hani during' the hearing of in- come tax summonses '-at''the local'po- lice-court yesterday. :A ship's repairer, who haa failed to pay JG27'14s, was E'ald to have earned in the two quarters since the order to pay was made; Magistrate (Mr; Katbliffe You aTe one ol-the aristocrats' labor n this district, and .you seem to bo one of those men who are shirking ibeir duties .as citizens. You are get- ting moro than is -paid to memhers of parliament. A coat porter, who was summoned for the'.'non-payment of earned in.the'January quarter and in Magistrate a are the rich men of West Ham. About'40 committal wero made. NEW C A Vic..Dec. IS CannanIa..Dec 25 K A Vic..Jan 15 Carmauia..Jan 23' NEW SOUTHAMPTON raperator. .Dec 23 Tmperator. .Jan 20 23 NEW BOURG Caronia...Nov.27 Caronia... Fob. S (Via" Movlllc) Columbia..Jan. 15 Columbia '.Feb. 13 PORTLAND, Cassandra.Dec. 30 SSturnia. Jan. IS For full toft.rmatlor. Apply to any R R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SOOTTi BLOCK, 270 Main Winnipeg. TRIED ANDtpND TRUE Whether as a household necessity for ;the family or a productive salesman for the busi- ness firm, THE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE STOOD THE TEST 8 cents per line (count six words to a 25 cents. Six insertions fop price of four. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Service Agency Scientific ColieC'lom Everywhere. Contingency Stslj. Wa get rs- cults. Everything In Prompt ,4 Acadla BiocS. 1S16. HEXTIST CIVIL AND MECHANICAL PLAN'S Tracings and Blueprints Executed Reasonable Terms. llox 73 Herald. PIANO TUNING O.-H. EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer 10 years' factory experience. Hon- curs'Certificate SI. T. ASSIL, London. England- -Retereaces to the leading musicians ol'tno Phone 11 lOlr, Si. S. COALMINg TO LEASE. Situated miles 'frbrn Cardslon. Apply'J. LeayitL.section 25, Tp. 2, Ii. 2G, west Coal Company, 101; Sherlock; Build- ing. G Mm Ml IIP" Steamship Are. you thinking of going to your Old Country '..lor Christ- mas? A nish business is eipe.cted during Novemher and December and we advise early application :for V Informa- tion, regarding rates and sailing will he cheerfully given. THE, ROSS.TER. AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlginhotham Block Information Charlea C. Filzmorris of .Chi- cago is Fond of the World's f Classics r TO EUROPE FOR CHRISTMAS UVERPOOT, Nov. 27 Emp. or Franca From To N'or, PrelcrSaa 1'rom'ST. JOHX. S.B. Tov Dec. 10 Mel 111 Dec, H CotBlcan 3Ta.vre-tiOn3on Pec. 13 Emp, oi ItrlUIn" Liverpool Dec- 21 'Antwerp Dec. 2) Mlnncdoaa Liverpool Dec. 30 br Jjlvcrpnol Sicilian JAH. Orsmplxn "Antwerp Cati to ita Blda will be run from Winnipeg ana other wejtccn to St, John, CANAMAX T'ACIFin OCEAN SKKVICES S61 MAIN' STKF.KT, WIXMPKO t Your Gar DOES kripck) Miss, 'or Lack Pep WILL Start, Stop, Run and Climb IF DOES, WONT, SEE McKinnon Garage WE FIX (E.M THE PLACE TO BUY NEW OR.USED CARS 303 to 309 3rd Ave. S. PHPNE 340 la tbat cer la in'lauds in the Municipal Djstrltt ot Eureka Xo 63, H8 goffered for sale for arrears cbsts on the llth day of December, 1320, at the hour of-teu o'clock-in the.fore- uoon'at tie Grassy Lake, and the arrears of taxes and costs ..be iooner paia, the Trcasqrsr cocd to sell tho lands for (IIPI if iho lime and.place mentioned. A full list of tho said be found m the Lethbridge Her aid dated the 26th October, 1920. ROBERT :McLAOHtAN, Treasurer Ad J TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIXED One pi the, best 'of gated hays HORSES Prompt shiiirnent in ton or car lots. v FARM PRODUCTS, L Growers and Shippers" Coaldale and; 36-year-old ex-police reporter, the youngest chief of police Chicago has sighed an Crdar, effective at S a.m. today, ivhlcli wjll giro tho iiolice dypartnient most shako-up It iias exper- ienced in years. i Ho Is Charles Cecil Fltznibrrls, ami lie's been on the job less than n week. From top to bottom, tno department has been given tu understand that this chap ,Who'reads'. Shakespeare :ind Montaigne's essays In his .leisure moments, means crime be reduce'U to a minimum end .oiice. IV i Chicago's "murder ft day" record, .w.'irns, must eiul, 1 must hunted down; slrecls must bo mado (or women and girls; auto- inobllo banditry must bo made a pre- carious business, anil connivance be- tween policemen and bootleggers will be summarily dealt .with. The new chief Is a different kind of chief and ho has all tho flat-footed cops In the city guessing.' ns his friends call him, Isn't tho kind of chief you oVdjnarlly soe In teal life or in the movies. Ha Isn't heavy- Joyled and portly, with scowling- bushy eyebrows, anil hs doesn't Bmoko MS, black cigars. Wtzmorrls la farnHlar Cariyle, WacaulV end ''discusses Lessing's. Crillcislna with easy famil- iarity, and lores to quota tho poems of Tennyson Drowning. TOURIST SLEEPING CARS DIRECT TO SHIP'S SIDES i. IN WITH SAILINGS OF S.S, "MELITA" from ST. JOHN, December 10th. S.S. "EXPRESS OF BRITAIN" ffom ST. JOHN, December 15th. Leave MEDICINE HAT 7.50 a.m., December 6th anrJ-llth, 1920. For reservations, apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent. Ladies! You can't look smart If your hair rs thin. Save your comb- ings and to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At( CARDSTON, Alte. To be made up Intc SWITCHES, TRANSFORMA- TIONS, PARTINGS. FRINGES, ETC. Send ox., combings wards fop switches at per Association of Army and Veterans b Canada LethbrldC" No. M Velerant desirous of Joining tho 'atovB asEociation. cau ob- faln information and application forms from thft secretary, U LEIGH, P. 0. Box 6, Lfith- bridge. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. .'PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITUKE, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. Renewing Your Tire Treads We aro specialists >n relrcad- Ing c[ tires, all makes, Wo renew tho trcada in tholr orlgk nal form, or- other effective forms, This in to you, when you conatiler how high tires aro and tHnt you'can pro- long tho life of your Ifrcs by, .our uplodalo .retreailing mclhoda. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664; _B. CHAPLIN, Lethbridat, LETMBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. 3, B. CHAPLIN, Macleod, AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON TWP. 6, SEC. 20, ROE, 21, W. OF 4 MILES NORTH OF MILES WEST OF RAY- MONO, 7 MILES EAST OF MAGRATH ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP Olio team Kclcllnge, 7 ycara, is'dglit 1 team marcs, 10 and 7 years, weight 3000; 1 gelding, 17 years, weisht 1200; 1 17 years, weight 1330; 1 mare, -I years, weight 1250; 2 'years, weight 1200; 2 marcs, coming three years; 2 sellings, .3 ycare old; 2 bay marcs, 6 and 8 years, weight 1350; 1 bay marc. 7 years, welslit 1500; JleCoiiiilck mower; I gelding, 3 years, weight 1 brown 5 years, weight 1S50; 1 new-8-Ioot Deer- ing hinder; 1 old S-fqot Ceerini; binder, In running ordor; 112-lncli John lieere gang plow; new Hlssel trailer 5'SCcUan rJrag har- TOW with cart; 1 new JS-pan Kentucky double-disc drill; 1 potato digger; 1 hay rake; 1 Sludebakcr wagon, good aa new, with new grain lank; 1 milt; 1 hay rack; neiv horse- power gas engine anci washer; 1 democrat; shovels, ,forks and other tools; 2 sels of.work harness. No reserve aa the owner Is giving up farming. LOUIS SCHUMEfis; Owner. TERMS CASH, '3, A. SMITH, Auctioneer Dlt. O. J. CGUKTICB.' Dentist, former- ly of Lethbridge, has located at, 679 Granville Yancauver, B. C. Phone Sey. 9300. Oppdlite Una- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHS; Phsne In advance REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow inc Box Numbers: _ OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS SAI.E OP IN THE 3TON1CI PAL- BDRBKA NO. CD FOR ARREARS OP TAXES DR. J. B. HORN1NIV i OSTEOPATHJO PHYSICIAN. Sherlock Blflf. Hours 10-12. 24, and M, PKSVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAAIUJ3M PHvale plUI, 1224 7th ATO' 8, Pbona 746. Accommodation, for MTV tfcsl, medical and 'maternity tienU. PrlvalB ,ni rooms. Rates 133.00 and west Write TCI mfonnatloB to Kit. U. a Van Haarlem, DO VOU SQUINT? It you do It's a sign that you're ha-ing some eye trouble. To neglect your, eyes under such circumstance.! may lead Into a serious at' fairs. I 'The best advice we could glvo you is.'sea us. An tall at once whether or not you need glasses'to correct any eye fault. j.M. HENDERSON' of Wright's Jewelry Store. HOSPITALS JIATEnNITY AND JJURSIXO, vale and semi-privata rooms, folly, modem. Terms moderate. Apply Mrs. A. 38 4th Street N. B., Medidno Hat. Phone 3974. 271-2S SP1RELLA CORSETIERE 'W F.H. WILKINS 1 SiaHT 8PECUJ.TST 327 5th St. S. Opposite the Kmpreas. Phoiao 1837. For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. MJR1C MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed lor the eiaininaliqns of the Royal Academy and Hoyal, College ot. England. 100 ,pei '.'last year successful: WHS. W. H. ot. and Theory. PupIli'pTBparedi for thb Toronto Conservatory pi Music exams It desired: 'Annual spring regital. Sludio, 123S Cth'Ave. A, South." LLhCiRIG SUPPLIES Esotrlo'-' LJght POWM Phone 133J _CLEANERS' AND PRESSEfiS in': "French -flry. Wo 'are-the el-ianera in-the city. We oss 'tho Vgennina' era i.very'spot ind' eliminates injury to gannents.-.giring hlgii .lisas reEOltj Special -attention to -eountsy. work. 6th Street South. Phbri'e 1S12. Collect end deliver: PUESSINO. Repairing and alterations dona tt reasonable prices, for. and deliver 'foods. 7th St- South. Phono 1681. Firm tlBlitliiS a SneeliltT Contractors for Electrical Work' oi Cardston OECOBATINQ WEI.LTNOTON Deem. tors.' PsinrhsoRen KalvpntaliR., and Wrtllng Ertimatw glrm. oltfeii Ii H72; offlct 176J Bherlook Artwrta.' MB A Patnttn B. Decorstl n d anffrnK- Paonk CM. 611 8th South.' l E. U COPELAND E. R. KKIJIT The Pyramid Decorating Co. lor decorating and paperhangTng a spfr tlaliy. 'SaElsflcd cnstomora our aim Phone ,1S03 12lh St Spnth. years' oipertorico In lor snd Interior Dscqratlnr 9fi7 Mlb bt. Sonth. 9 tree. fioi. Phone 11S1 .OXT-ACETYLENE WELDINO. W. N. Corner 1st Ave- loth Street. CHIROPRACTOHS. ;_ J SMITH and JONBU.'SMITH methods are Na.ture'g own-. -'Free -consuMalion and an.Mysia. Hoars: lOrUi-and Z-A. and .by ;ap-- pointrfiont. Room 205. Sherlock Blocki Phones 1G77 and 1441.' Farmers Wficn In nterf of any TRACTOR It will to your Inttr to try U3, havxo an aivto-dAte Macblns Bbop flnti erati1d7.nnl7 clasi AiacJilnlata, BatlFfactlon In prJca I worktQfinslilp, Tractor Cylinders reRrcnna. end ftltert vmh over-aizo plBtons rings. NIVEN BROS; v 218 Avc. 3. Phone 1732 GUNSMITHS barreli' straightened, guns gun work done by a goniinlth. made. locks bioycieai typewriters, phdnocrapha, any llgbt' machinery icvairod. lana D. E. Kicdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1032. 6ti Street, opposite Herald office. REPAIR WORK ..ASPEciaur ____ LETMBHIDGE OLD Cdtb a-SlLVETI BOUGHT Gurney-Oxford Furnn EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL TINSMITMING FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet .Metal Worttitri 3J8 Cto St. Phint 17U L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON F; M. COOMBS tie WINTER RADIATORS Wbyv not-have yoiir Autorao- hlto' ItaiUator: Re cored befora the frost coincs, wllh tbo best Honey-comb Coro obtainable. '-JJrbp in and let Us tell 'you about I rl or ask someone -Who has one, Thty STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator'Man 12 4th Avc, S. Drill, 'Remit by Dbrhl.iloit Mxpress Monsv Order. 1( lost or stolen yon get yout money back.