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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'he Herald's Page of Live Local News tTbe Iberalbl TUES1UY, XOVICMHliH '2o, CHRISTMAS ONE MONTH TODAY MERCHANTS EXPECT BIG TRADE PROSPERITY IS REFLECTED HERE v -v v BELIEVED IK FOSTER CMiimas one to- day, merchants uj a liruiurtag for tho greatest Chrlsi- mas business hi yours, the Herald loamM MOD Jay In a canvas ul various business Unas ul the "Our greatest iroublo la hi sec- urltij'tho goods our customers warn" said a local grocery whole- jslcr, Gc-ods nre slow lu arriv- ing tho demand la very heavy." Ho hail no particular I'Oinplaint to make nlout collec- tion.! even Ju tho dry districts. are for a L'hrlstraaa rush" snltl a local rctu'.l grocer and (he samo Ihlun id lino throughout Western Caa- Canarilanri ecem Li> lie prc- colebralo llila Christ-- inns to old tliuo fashion nod they :iro going; to buy reyarMiess of fact that 11 rices In tliu inse of some ipoclal Christmas fcooilr. art high. The flpoclal Christmas nula am] peels used in maJtlog cakes :inJ other dellcarks of tho sea- son arc hard to ECCUFC and ihe livlco In mucb higher than ID other thai does nol seem lo IKJ deterring anybody." "I ilun't kuow whore all tbe inoucy Is coming said a jncn's tlollilcr In unsuxr to a iiucry. "Our business la right up to the wo HTC selling big bllln or goods every day even though clothlog prices arc high. People eeeiu to liavo decide-J lo acccj'l :ho high pritc sltiKttlciii aud arc solus to tnako ilio heat of It until thero ts somo tnclEtalIon of a move !n ihc direction of cr which ihcro corUilnlr Is uot ni present. In fact, cloih- lug .will be higher in the aprluy. Lliun It l'i now. The I account for the heavy buying Is that war many peo- ple Tvoro their old clothes from a jjalrlot'v motive. Then nfler war I hey kepi putting off tbelr iiur- chatiuin to replenish their ivard- robiis -until prices started (o pap. XUTV (hey have learned lint iha> world doruand itlU not prices lo drop, sind they have philosophically decide'J tlial there Is no use -.valilng longer. Tho Is hctiTy-buyliig tn'an effort to catch There arc other perfectly good ronsons for the heavy business i being done In so many !lncs this f year. The cold snap In October caused a rush for winter uooda- vhlejr. hod "Win on the' Shell all.- last, winter op acconnt the warm weather which prevailed rigbl uji OJt Ihc of March. This gave aa opening fillip to iho winter sctson. Then payrolls aro a great deal higher (bati ever before, aud Ihc avenign work Ing ninn. lias moro inuncy lo spend. Ho needs more. but bavjnij It ho IK making use of It. In (ho caeo of railwayman and miners alone, cheques ul for a month's work arc uot at all r Many arc drawing down I qullo regularly, a number of I miners In Ihc Oalt mines last mojth nmdo us high us (275, while I railwayman, who have hai- an ab- I normally busy season moving coal, stock, lumber anil merchandise, liavo been working GO much over- time thai cheques (or a innr.lh'3 work do IIO'L seem to be ciul ot the ordinary. hi other lines have also increased during the year, ami the result Is mi oni of prosperity which is be- reflected IB tliu business be- ing dono 'by LeinbrMgc relall stores, ami In the stores In 1he small towns Ibroughoul the soulli too for that ninller. Despite Ihc tact Chat there Is vcrv IHllc grain lo move, there Id a gre.ii deal of new wealth com- ing hito ilit; district. Tbo miues of course 'are more .steadily and producing ul a ralo never hcforc approached In the (.'row. flcld. L'o-lhbrldgo urines alone arc turning out well over ijQOO tons n day, representing an Income of over moat ol Is wealth pouring luto the Hy from other parts of.the j whore there were good crops thia ytai1. The whole Crow division Is turning ouL well .over 50.000 tons cf coal dally, ivhllc the Fer- nic district is producing us much or more. This means a wonder- ful trarle Cor ihc wholesalers In that district, as they are taking [nil advantage of U. Another feature of Ibe toll EM- son's himnees Is the new conficl- tnco Tvhk-h seems lo itikcn hold of businessmen and everyone else owing to the practical assur- ance that work will start 'during Ibo coming summer on some of Ihc irrigation projects. VILh Ihc lihellhofld that contracts will be let next year tor three or four million dollars' worth of construc- tion on the Letbbrldse Northern, Unite! and some nf the j "other acheincs In this district, Uitrc la a feeling thit a new era In South- ern Alberta's development li about lo oiich.-aud 'the people of thr, south arc accordingly preparing to meet IL All The Local News Where You Expect It 'i'hc C.P.It, has Rrcst iu Footer lu Uio niiiUCMjf his v.peA- was '.o his wariling as f.lurirt whltli wsts to Kifib Merid'an. iho 1-j dibtrUl. an-j every'-MuK yoi (n lo the ierao. Tlie was ilia; yester- day, iliu "1th, on which ihv slorr.i. according TO WJH due, did not In auy ouEly Interfere with tliy work- Ing ol ilic railway. Formation of Hospital District j Here .Move From District LETHJJRIDGE-CAJJJAKV ROUTE IS TAKEN UP Mayor Mar die has returned from at- tend Ing lue hospital canvcnlion and the good roads convouuiin in Calgary. The government, says ih? mayor, will considerably lucroLi-.e ibc hospital ;grant for thm cominj; ytar. Tlic prce- Can't Get Convictions of vvnnio increased to Public Co-Operalc With the Police The position in v.likh l.ctiibriJfip wii placed Jn rogard to lite, rou'.c was seaii and conceded by tbc Cal- gary !L was made clear tba route through the reserve was without oil etatlous and other (or molorisls and anything needed In these respects would iicces- iltatc motorlais so placed having lo vrek hacX to Carslslun. Further, the com-enieuce or as a stop- ping place tor motorists was appreci- ated. ihu nniEhborbood of ji million. The of the ileparimeiu jls iin CirabiUous OIIL-. f-sipnd'tii; to (be j general supervision of the hcallh of i iho school children. In reference lo ilic pUm ior forming district to.nncctlon wlih and Call Hospital, 'The police aro here to proieca the public, but If tlie public do HOL co- a UDSP'tal oncratc with the police lo urntect rural themEclves, then the police have to ;ine mayor considers lhal m the scheme (content themselves wlih haring dmrp considered the move their duty even lliough no convicliotj'comc fronl lbe distr.cli It Is possible oblainod." This wan the an amendment will ue made in comment Nicholson, of the A.P.P., in ihc charge Eeainst Lome Slott alleged to have uttered a rorged municJpnhty be oWigalcd lo pay the cheque. The remarks of the servant hospital Ircalmout In the were parllcularly directed ngtlntt so placed. the Hospitals Act to It so tbat In tho case of ludlgent jjalk-tits thr. Huston, a witness in Ihe when It caDic up before Magisiraie Uurrcll ut Ihc provincial court, on aflernoou- Huston was ihe parly Lelhbridgt-Catgary Route Iu relation lu the gund roatls con- ihc point of the sliort route [rom Cardslon to Calgary through ihc rescrvu and Maclcod was Lrought up. Married Here in legitimacy of Child in Dispute In ihe divorce ChamljerlaiD, SEVliN plflioiitf, ?.nJ >i. S. Mc.Yrlbur for the respondoni. There- was no t-videac-J put In for ihe Plaintiff Won lu Hie i-aso of A. nud Co.. ot c'ly. TE. J. ychuarlz, nl Milk Hlver, a claim Ior return uf money In n-jpect to the buying ot IniUa autl junk advanced the JeiVriJani, Judg- ment for JTiiU anu was tvwarileU ihe plaintiff by Mr. Ives r-i the supreino court ou -Monday. II, ton appeared, for the plaintilf, ana M. 3. McArthur for the defcudanl. WANT TO IMPEACH JUDGE of Chamberlain CHICACa Xov the Tailor, and the! mandatory itijuiictlou orderins re- co-respumlLiit. J car I as. is a Mr. and Cbair-uerkin TVfcro marrlrd in jyia. by Murrell- As a result of the rerrcscniatlona jjavc evidence as to per- Ly iho Lethbridge delegates, H fortning the ceremony. legitimacy ortnng eremony. egy was agreed by tho Canary Good Roads IOI tho ctlhl of iho marriage ivaa dis- tlmt Ihe route through Maclcod lo Calgary from iho border be not printed iu headline print In tho Illue Hook. initctl by the plaintiff, and G braiih gave evidence as 10 attending Iho birth of the tame. C. K. Cameron appeared _ tha coal miners' strike call, was tbt- reason assigned. VALUABLE ANIMAL SWALLOWS NAIL; DIES MlUDLtrrON, N.Y.. Nov. KiHS Alcarla. prize hull, owned ifor J. H. ArlmeD, was tilled by swnl- I lowing a noil, according lo ibe report tor r of surgconE made today. BUILDING PERMITS Uuildlng permits lo ihe of! and are registered on the hooks at (lie city ball. TLo first Isi for a dwelling on 15th St. S.. by A. Becker; the second IK for an ex-i tension to Uic liulldlnc of the Lcth-j bridge HenUd. ROMAN SAFE NEW YORK, Nov. ship- ping beard's slearoEhlp Roman which sent out S.O.S. caUe last Thursday when aboul 350 miles east of Handy] Hook, arrived off Ambrose; lightship; late last night ID tow ol a coast guard j cutler. The vessel bound from I New York to with general' cargo whon her steering gear became disable J. UoaBtguard cutters froin'j tLedl3-i ,lhe accused with the passing ichenue, ihu'isb, according lo inn ser- Igeanl, lie had told him something jdiffercnl. Foracd Cheque The caiEG through Ihu cashing L of a cheque nude payable to atoll :iml cil. reputed lo be sEencd by tJ. ._ of Coaldalc. The cheque when senlcd ai itie Flank vvr.s lound to bo n forgery. The pnESing itl the cheque look iilacu in ihc sott drinks r.ahmcnt on Fifth Htreet, next lo Silver Grill, and tho cheque was cn.sli- cil by Huston, a partner o[ Lcssard, for a third party in company il was alleged Slott was. In hls; CTI- After hearing the evidence, the Mag- istrate considered that it was not suf- ficient to convict ihe accused. Stolt was thereupon discharged. II. Elton appeared for ihe accus- For Coldj, and ihc rttitf of ftammatory condilians of the Throat crbinj; from nutic affections and dtrangtmcnis of ihc Rrspiraiory Organi Prepared from Spruce Gum and bihtr mfdir cinal agents.. Success- fuUyused Fo T. iij Several Meetings business in u way UiM will lead to AVhen Candid- v Ihc local briiiich of Ihe Dominion Lain party held on October 2Glh last H w.- resolvetl to content" the eeat which hc- Will Speak No arranEcinent.f liavo so far utsdo lor anj- meetings of the hecji corues vacant this year for "cbmmls- utDuu uiu WL j slower of public, works1' by placing lie- dates, for the municipal election, Iforo the electors a'CandidaIc plc.ljicct gli-a-jQlnt inCGitngi In which C'om- lo ,1 changu :n (he present inlsa'pMcr Mooch and Jlr. Cameron will system, Is considered by o. large _ fuldrcss the public, hns.hecn dlscusERd. pcrcontAjc of the electors of the cllyi H looks ua if the various candidates Jjuiil also by tho PICBE as undcmocraMe.! nrc wnlttnp unlil noinlnalion day, it was also dtclrlcd that .should time which will lie on Monday next, to Glaul permit, n referendum should .be taken Uic t-ampalgn In earnest, IntendltiB to! with n view to leatlns the. strength ____ It n Ehorl [ind vigorous fight In Uii; week hoforp the election. 'The only move 'BO far mailc lu the vay of iinlilk campaigning Is the Issue of Md ntldrcas to the public by Mr. TUls has been forwarded lo Uic Itcrnld Tor publication, and t! follows: Tn tlic Citizens of i of Ihe demand for the proposed change., the proposed cbango U ihut the com- mission form ot covernnienl should be j replaced by a managerial form, con- of an nlccllvo board of nl- ,.v....-.i nnd n m.iyor, arid an executive Itcatl cr innnaecr lo be appointed'by ilio'council. 1 Imvc been nominated br Ihc Ubor of Lclhbrldgo nnd tlio ycur During Ihc pust tivn or llircn yuara there been con- ridurablfc CrilklFin of Ihc-system by llife [iconic fcity, IhG re- Lult Ihnt Ibe Labor parly came to tho i-jiicluslou thai the llmo wna rlpo for an effort towards eccurtng lliat goi'crnnicnt you de.slro, iiAnic- ndinlnlstratlnn of Iho people's 11.u U.....UII.- 01 ijvtiiiiiiugc ttijd ___ !Tlic [ircaent system of governmeuLhttp.ny promlnenl cjtl7-eris outside Uic vjliich (s known as the "Comm'sfilon i ijiUor parly ns n cnndlrtalc for (he lorm of sovcmmenl" Las, as you nrc ;coinuilselonersliEp of -jublTc works "lAnTP In. effect In ihis cliynvhlch Is now open for election. If elected lo that position J will endeavor lo fulfil the duties devolving upon me lo the best of my nblllly In Iho in- terest cf all the cltlrenH mid In so far nS I shall hfiro lo do with Ihc gen- eral cidmln'.3lrHlioii of civic nffolra I wh] cndcaror lo have carried out a VleorrrHo r.nd enforcomenl of the '.aw hs cmbonlct! In'iho staiutca o( Ihc connlry lo which we Lclonu nnd In Hie civic bylawt. It is tho. Intention of Uic Labor paily (n hold n series of ihroiiglioui Ihc r.Uy, when I nliall ho to address the electors upon (tin is sue.5. Jlcllovlng ilo thnl cIllzcTio alionld a kcsiier Inlcrcgi in ntimlc.lpnl buslneea FO as'to uc able lo Intelligently form ortakinG on pub- lic jnnttcre, I Invlve-Ml Iti Huso moetlnKs, and 1 iflke this oppor- to nppcnl to you Ior your port at tho poMfl on 1019. Youri faithfully, (Signed) 0. Ii, CAMKltOX. A Building Food -an energy food for people wfx) work hard and play hard Grape Nuts Hey; Cspt J. I, Hyghson D.D. AT WESLEY CHURCH On Thursday Nov. 27th Subject. "On the Heel of Itie Hun, or the Forces on the Rhino." Brlg.-idlcr-Gtner.ll Slewarl in the chair. Musical Selection by Members of (he Choir. 50c Reception afterwards nl, wlifch rcfrcRhmonls -TVhi bo served. Xmas Stock u Limited. See Our Window, Varieties are Artistic. See Santa Claus' Reindeers in Ail Their Glory, No home should bt without some of (his for decoration. Frank Hedley Drug Co. OUR Mono Small Profile, Quick Ilefurc making your Chrlit- mail .Purchases our store and compare our prices. F. A. .ROGERS, 546 13lh St. N. Blue Car to Door AN INSURANCE POLICY Is dcaisncrl to replace uot coinpeiisale on a. basis Of previous cost. J Enough insur- ance n year ago is not enough now. US THE AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lethbrldgt PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS For Xmas Your Photograph Phone 1171 and make .in oppoinlnieuL THE SMITH STUDIO 006 'fillHD AYE. S. M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 6th Avenue SoulK Phone 796 SPECIALS WEDNESDAY Boiling Ib. Veal Chops, 2 Ibi. for 45c FOUR KILLED IN AUTO SMASH SAX FJIAN'CISCO. Nov. JFr. Ami llrs. J. D. SherwooJ, I of nnil .Mr. (nul Mrs. Charles ]M. of ami. FraticUcn. met {dtnlit Sun do y when Ilio utiloniohilc I f driven by rolled fccvtrfll linn-J tdrcfl frcl down ft cliff near Half Moon jllr.y, 40 miles eolith of hero. The two I women were Instantly killed. Shrr- wooil (Hcnl on llir optTfttlnp Inlili; rind I illcd on the tvnr lo a CLUB CAFE We Scrrc (he Don 35c Meal In Ihc Clly. Quick Service. Our CoKec nni] Prnnch Pt.slr7 is Uillfrcnt. A Trained Ntorse Said Pasteurization Would Not Kill Typhoid Germs Tlit typliolil Germ Is Iho tlrsl (Siin killed, ricxl dipli'Jierii anil luberciilosts and Ilirv germs :bnt make milk go Thv (cmperalure that Idlls thcao ilangeroiip fcerms (toca nol ccfok Iho alhiuno'.-, or kill (ho enzyntcgi We know Ihc lorn- 10 pnatcnrizc rullk, P.IU] do fl rlghL Uolllng (lie milk makes II hard lo rtiBcsl. We ilo fiol boll tho milk. Crystal Dairy, Lid, A VERITABLE FAIRYLAND TOYS, GAMES, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, BOOKS AND POEMS The distinctive store. haraioniEing in its detail with, and enunciating the iruo Dickens I an splrll of Peace on Eanh, good ivtll lo men. There Is nothing aa truly daihleniattc- of what Dickens' wrote iti his "Christmas Carol" ir, wheu after the lees foriunaie of our brothers ami sisters havo bscn c.-wed lor. itrtl made happy, that we enler Into the spirit of .Chrlstnms, In Uis home. To let one's thbiighls drift uu, lu the descriptive paradise eanh'B ideals, as portrayed by author and poet, is to unitersian'l aright the season about, Christina Day. Tel! the story and immortalize life Day. Thiy iho choicest gifts of one friend to another. They cipreso tfir muttered wblch dlBlanoo benpeaXs, .yoL unhwrd. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE Interprets the thought of. ihc LITERATURE GREETINGS ARTISTIC DESIGN anil MempJJfles In crerj' delail CbrJsLiuus Timf, Phone 613 514 Fourth Ave: OUR MILK IS RICH IT TESTS EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH AND IS PURE AND PASTEUR- WE DELIVER IT AT IScAQUART 15c Half Pint OR accouuL ot unforseon difiicultlcs arising out of slaraing a new our supply of nillk has not been up .lo the standard, cjllier in quality or service. Beginning, today eualomera will be assured of E good fresh supply of milk or cream crcry Irornine.-ia we hive iriade pcrmaasnl arrargcnicnls at DOT taso ol supplies. SOME ONE SAID WE WERE BROKE, WE ADMIT BEING SLIGHTLY BENT'BUT STILL DOING BUSINESS. We are in Lethbridge to STAY! Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1929 NOTICE! NOTICE! THERE WILL BE A and BUSINESS MEETING Of the Amalgamated Csagregations of St Aagottin St. Cyprians IN THE OF THE Y. M. C. A. THURSl'EVlNlNG, NOV. 27lh AT EIGHT O'CLOCK To elcit narclers other olflccrE of liie .Vew A TOIO ol Ihc members urescnl will taken lo decide wMcJi building will nd the Ton'sh Churcli, unlll a central locnttori Tho vrnrclcns would Ilko lo every ailult member premt, as Ihc ImafnoM no IraiiMcM Is very Important. ;