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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THIS LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT ft THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ,.__________._______________ THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER; as, 1020 ILETHWUDGE. PAGE-ELEVEN Most of. These Are Working Amongst a Chinamen vtork is done among them. .The rea- spu tor this is because those small people shun other humans and also because the missionaries, so far, are only working in the villages. There arc ahout fifteen missionaries in the eullro country. A majority of the missionaries are Xnicricanf, said Mr. Wells-and ara nearly all 'Methodists. Toowort ol the Anglican missionaries Is confined chiefly to government jobs, such as official chapfelns. Referring to' the government, Mr. Wells said a big rev- enue Is derived by regulation tho sale 6! oplnm aiid the. licensing: of, gamb- ling. Mr. Wells -will speak in the Central "school Wednesday night and in Wea-5 'jey Hall on While' Speaking moire particularly, about missionary work In Malay, C'arretu Wells, been delivering iii Ijfethbrldge that for all tho peninsula thorp arc missionaries. Throug vriUTUie secretary, of ...the Fonvara MoveinenVjir. Wells is .sneaking In' churches on Sundays. He Is not a missionary -a_nd -went to tae-Malay peninsula'in 1912' as-an es.jJlo.ratlCm eaglneer--'ol ttici British government, -in Vancouver he spok'e for fifty nights and for forty nlghls in Victoria. ut-'the f V I" I" moplc in the Malay 11 L ft I ft ro .only about fifteen j I T fV IlH1 ough an arrangement Wt S H. VII Individual Concerned Occupies Cell, :Awaging Investigation of Allegations SEAR STORIES the Jferald has a treat In store for its readers amongst the boys and girls. It will be a feature Ihat will appear every Saturday until Christmas. Don Von Meeter will tell real lively Bear Stories, commencing ou Sat- urday next with ''The Troubles b( Two On the following Satur- day TVO will hear ''How tlie Daddy Bear, the Mother Bear, and the Teddy Bear Slept." Then, two weeks from Saturday, "How the -Teddy Bears Ran Away and Cot will be trio title of the thrilling tale. The stories will end up with "How the Black Bears Chased Santa Claus." These stories will be good, wholesome reading for every boy.and girl.. Don't fail to read-the first story. It-will not be'iiecessary-.theato urge that the following stories should be read.. The boye aii'd girls will be mora eager than ever rg'rjjsalunlay to come, as they will be to set Ihe MUST HAVE PERMIT TO CARRY REVOLVHRS In the recent amendment to the code a number of citizens In Let abridge are most, likely guilty of an offence in being lut possession of revolvers with- out permits. Tbe code id _now altered in making it unlawful for any Individual to be in pos- v session of firearms without holding-u permit- for theni. PrcpHrc For Big Ceremonial at Calgary Early Next Month ALethbridgeRuiJ A strange case'is awaiting" gallon, with- tho Individual coricerned occupying a ceil at tho .station; What was bo a a' welVknowri 'pla'ce in tbe I'i early hours ot. the morning with the 1 individual referred t'o concerned, but, a superb shorlhorn bull owned when brought before the held up party Jr CALGARY, Nov. Nonpareil Tli campaign 5 of t6e> United' Farm- as'ot Alberta ls. ho' was unable to identify him sufll- cientlsv -There-Is tho further state- ment that-the man now in the hands ers 01 Aioeria Of the A.P.V. entered a dwelling house IB it is stated that he went in iom chani- FIRST NON-JURY CASE NOW BEFORE PUBLIC SCHOOL I'Ul'ILS HEARD LECTURER ,for.all liullB in the judging reed at tho Alberla winter fair Tho ca5Jj ,3 an invoiv, Leth bridge, won ptonshlp. of this hi Tuesday morning: Jlinslor, by .Gardner mnK. Jllu UB.UUCB lft mut iuu was chosen reserve champion. wero not.ag warranted and there is a champion female was a specimen coimtcr claim for damages by sheej The Iho non-jury cases before Mr. Jus- tice Hyndinan rat, tho Supreme Court on Monday afternoon, after the dis- posal of tho Ookey case which con- cluded the jury trials. The suit Is that of August Westergreen vs -James A; Lewis and John A. liolmerson. The entUam..- and .Winstar, Hen" agreements for'horses a ner company, battle Tllo is that tho hor In the reports, for -the eighteenth and seventeenth Medicine Jlat occu- compan, ho I el saying he wanted a drink, of tho same lineage as the champion. for (reapass and for bull, Nonpareil Princess, owned by Qstlund and.BeatUe and seventeenth Meaicine wds by the party that he pies good const luency t lDttle for ?10. Tto Is nov forging ahead( of-Macleod in handed him, and that was the last seen of it. tlie dailv returns. On the seventeenth Medicine took Eccohd The Individual in qaeston 'was taken Bow River boiug first with, in c b ,ho A p oa n Medic no- Red Deer be- ing first with JS16.54, and Bow River SC7S2, On he was third wi fc ,he a h l' nest with Contributions were the Medicine'Hat constituency- as fol loivs: J. C.; Jespe'rson, W. D. Walter, Youngstown, ?13o; H. F. Francis, Alsask, 583; K. 1C- Johnson, Schuler, Jail, Seven Per- sons, J. A. Jacobson, Big Stone, ?4' W A 5100; H. Jansen, 516; W.- Boiling, Van-: dyne, 'SO. Lethbrldge was fairly, way down In the list of contributions." On-'the eigh- teenth ?19 was received from this con- stituency and on the previous day Tho following sent- in contributions: B. B. Bussian, Del Bonito, J.'.P. Baldwin, Peterson, Well- ing, ?16; Chas. Hastings, returns were'-received on.the seventeenth from the JIacleod riding, and 31o was'received on the Voontji A. Connell, ot Glajjs, sent this putting a railroad through tho conn try. For two years bcforo that ha was .employed with the Trunk- In Canada. In Malay, lib explained are one mil- lion- Chinamen and most of the mis- 'slpnary work is dong among missionaries are more successful with the Cbiueso were born in that countrj work Is done amon? tha on account of a treaty- arid the fear of a Holy, war. Mr.-Wells explained that they believe ill God but thej do not believe he ever rose from" the dead. In tho Jungle are approximately twenty'thousand Negritoes :and no Paris Hotel. Ho stated that he had been It is said tliat he is a member of the Liqucir'pepartment of MR. CARVETH Whoso 'lectures greatly Interest Letlibridge people. received ,frpni i tne province and carries "a badge to that effect. A THEFT CASE I :FROM COUTTS VALUABLE RACING COLT FOUND DEAD IN FIELD .Much concern has.fieon felt over the mysterious dea.th of. a valuable racing colt at was found dead in a Held H. Strangway. labor hill. Messrs. tie are appearing for tho plaintiff and .-.Sir. C. V. Ja'nileson for the defendants. The case. Is ex- pected to last all today 1'ubllc Et-hool pupils in Central school yesterday afternoon heard Mr. Carveth Wells, exploration engineer of tlie British government Malay, discuss natural history iu that coun- try. Mr. Wells (old them .M great many, things about birds, Howers a animals and' when ho concluded be was applauded for more than five minutes; Ho- told" them the difference be- tween an.lridian elephant and an At- rican elephantl Tho pitcher flower was described: and the antics of python'and boa constrictor. Monkeys were included" a.nd some of the lii- formation Mr; Wells gave at the Rot- ary Club.entered into the talk. He de scribed women and 'some of their babitE. MAYORS CAN'T ACT AS J. P.'S "Mayors of towns In the Province can no -longer act- as Justices.'of the It was first though't; tliat the animal "this section of Iho'iTowns had been shop An .examination by Act .has been repealed iby the seen shot: Buchanan; the surgeon, Legislature. The matter came .up In Charles IHartly -was, on committed for trial at Coutts, as al- leged, for the theft'of a -blanket and a coon coat .valued at 5300. The accus- ed has1 bp.e'n conveyed to' the Leth- brldgo jail to'await trial. CHARGED WITH THEFT OF HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR SELLING-LIQUOR At the sit: Tig of tho provincial po lice court, held on Monto evening, with Humphries, J.P., on the bench, Tom of Grassy Lake, was'ftned ?100 with costs for unlawful- ly, having liquor for sale. t Charles I-ogau, of 'Coalhurst, was fined with co'sls for being intoxi i catcd in a. public place. NO. 1 WHITE NON-IRRIGATED Direct from Farmer tathe Consumer PHONE; 1725 HOW MANY BAGS? 5 A Sensible Place; To Eat Sensible becauae the food ts good, the variety so satisfying, the environment 'so' the service so gratifying.- Sensible because It Is a relief ?the -wlfeij >tO: .spend her time 'cooking. and preparing meals, and drying-dishes.' YoU'Jlfbe lot setisjblc folks (T KIRKBH 606 THIRD AVE, SOUTH j Edwards, formorlj1 porter at t Jusmopolitan Hotel, Medicitio Hat, lias ieen arrested Con- stable Bra'dner, of the-.A.P.P., and'cou- to 3IedicIne-Hat to "stand trial, as nlleged, lor the theft of clothiii'g "rom the travellers' sample, room in -he hotel. The are said -o lie the property of Dicker 'WiauiiiOB firm. disclosed that been Itick- edUri the face by'anpther horse and the front Done indented. i CARRYING .FtRBARMS WATERTON PARK For carrying firearms In Waterlou I.ako Park, coiitrarV Jo the Dominioni Forest Reserves Act, Eric HaEclaixl anpeiirea .iefore R. Hender-i son, on Mon-: day, and 'plead ing v.'guilly, was fined 550 with A second charge -was against the accused, on Hie information of Bower, v.-ardeh ot the park, of withla'the park rcfcrvation. For .this .offence a tur'ther fine, of 550, with costs "was -im- posed a for theft at Irvine, which necessitated thfi '.of two J. P.'s on the herich. absence of the other J.P. tho luayor- toot his place. In this, according to the now was acting without his juris- diction, reminder haa.been made to that ctfe'ct iy the "Attorney-Gener- al. SUGAR DROPS DOLLAR WHOLESALE IN CITY The-wholesale ;price of sugar dropped one dollar'' a hundred pounds'in jLethbridgc this rnopn- ing but the retail price will not be affected until the stocks under the former-prices have been de- wholesale price of sug- ar now stands" at a hundred- weight. liooit your city, boost your friend. Boost tha lodge that you attend; Boost the "Pole" and all the rest, Boost them, "cause Ihey do their best. Boost Iho men who do tlie drilling, Jioost them just to' show. your-iFill- Boost the. patrol, Boost the shrine B.ooit; the' earning Boost it, make it memorial? every forward movement. Boost tu'make old Boost-it to the final letjpr The above js the .Irfthbrldga Shriners are going to do ".When thej ;o to'the big ceremonial on December 6. The Khoran, ho oracial publication fot Ihe Azr jar Temple lias in bridge and is hrim full of ndvice-and willy, paragraphs. It is the Intention of tho Lethiridge Shriners to go in force to tliis'anhuar cercmonial and to put: Lethbridge on Iho Shriners' niap with a Tengcance. Tomorrow a goodly representatives of Shriiiers will go to Cranbrook-Jo attend the annual ceremonial being staged there by the Vancouver .and- Victoria1 Shriners. Statisliciaiis figure that the popula- tions of the various countries of the world average 110 women to'every 100' men. .-Therd are now about birds oh the ostrich farms oE and the value of the exported feathers Is about i DON'T FORGET' .The only.place'where yon can get.your shoes repaired by prac-. Heal shoe makers 13 at Hutton Perkins 413A Fifth Street South Phone 693 S doors S. of Colonial Theatre The name Chief Moun- tain was chosen for this company because it stands for that is pure and unadul- terated. Chief Mountain H Products Slnnd for the same thing, and the Company that manufactures' those products elands back of their products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. BAWDENBROS. PHONE 62S "Victor" Cotton Felt MATTRESSES V liost nun cured felted ebfton. All alzes. Regular 125.09. CANADIAN ORDER FORESTERS Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make (his cate a favorite with you, The Ydle 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Always in good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited. BAKERS PHONE 378 Youi1 friends can buy .anything you can give your pho- .'tograph.' MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY THE ALLISON STUDIO P.O. BOX EM PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 612 Third Avenue South EfiDMCE Next Thursday Evening, Nov, IN THE K. OF P. HALL Will slarl nt S.30 p.ni. sliarii. Coofl music. Good prizes. Oood floor, and a good time Is- assured. 1 Tickets call hsd fit WHsriji Bros, store, Leys 'aldfc, and-at thcr AlbeMii'Pk'ltire X'allery. Tickets SOc FARMERS, ARE YOU ONr'0 OUR PAYROLL- We are sending out money orders daily for cream received. Ship your cream to us for the best price, prompt returns and satisfaction, CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 Letlibridge Poultry Pet Stock Assn. 17th Annual Show PRIZE LISTS OUT NOW SHACKLETON, WESTBROOK Enter no-.v and compete for 7 silver cups; 3 medals, and over in valuable special prizes; In cash prizes donated by fanciers of dlffercn.t varieties. Beautiful ribbons donated by specialty clubs club members. Send your entries without fall before December 1st ,1920. Show opens Monday, December 6th, and all birds must be in place before 9k Tuesday, December 7th, 1920. See special class for Boys and Girls, open to all underage of 16. J. H. WESTBROOK, PRES. H. C. GRAHAM, SEC.-TREAS. 305 61 h St. S., Lethbridge. 513 9th St. S., Lethbrldge. BARGAINS in TIRES We Have tn UnlMted Supply Of PRICES RANGING FROM UP, ALL SIZES Why go to the expense of buying new tires and- tubes when you can buy them at half the NOW IS YOUR. OPPORTUNITV LethKridge Valcaaiz'ng Works 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;