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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'll ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THfc LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HBBALPS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS LETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN Both Forced to Same Place of Refuge The Th i old has seen some strange bedfellows but rarely b" it seen Wealth', .and Poverty He down together Such an astonishing thing as this, happened in Lethbridge last night. .Uoable to secure ac- cm an> of the hotels Wealth and Povertj of tbe pcrience companv, Mr Bernard trauev and Mr Claud Gurand cought refuge in the M C nnd ing a In Its hospitable In Calgarj while the compan) was plasmg trie Grand a na lura' thine habpened to Uo popu lar members ot this popular sboi and Beauty, Gerald Rowan and Peggy Burrows were Joined in holy wedlock Dean Paset tielng tho luptlal knot. -Bed Crow Was a Great .Blood Warrior Who .Died 20 Vears Ago A link in the tradition of the great warrior. Chief Red as the Blood Indians regard him, has been broken in tbe death of Sirs UeJ Cron, the fourth and lite >oungest of tho vncs of the renowned chief, the last of the Indian war chiefs. Tbo death. took lilacs m the Gait Ho pltal where the deceased baa been for'an operation on Tueslav night i The name ot. Red'Crow, who passed fa to Ihe happy hunting ground of the Ind'ans some lueatj >cars is etlll perpetuated b) tho PrHee of Wales: who. on bis visit lo Lethbridge, was' installed a chief, with the name of Itcd Crow, with all the'lndian cere- mom In Chief One Spot Chief Shot ,___________ on Both Sides ind the Indian council at Iho tepee n the Ind'ai camping a AJM DAMAGES FROM ground en-cted for Ihe occasion In tbe Mounted Police barracks grounds. The name of tbe old. Chief Uedi is today revere! in the Blood, Reserve last .of chiefs, and for benevolent. and t vrlse rule. Ho was a t rlor who 'took part In th" tnltlps tbat wero the rule at tbe time between tbo Bloods and the and the Blood and the Indians of Montana He took part In the famous battle at Lethbridge between the Bloods ?nd tbe Crees when tho latte- descended on the Bloods among whom smallpox I ivas prevailing and annihilate 1 a I large force of thorn they encountered 1 bv what is now the trallic bnJec The remaining Bloods rallied at Klpp un der Chief Terry Potts and took -yen gcance at Lethbridge with a whole sale slaughter of the Crees TCO ilLO IN HE FIELD LAKE IS DANGEROUS Commissioner Jdeech wishes to state ot the For Hie School Hogg is Again a Can- didate Si. dangerous tondulou and skat ers are wariisd not to go on the Ico. FARMER AT KIMBALL Ihe action of Rider TS Bennett started in the Stprcme Court this for tbe defendant In ihe Alvi Whatever may happen in tho mayor- alty contest, tbere promises to be an interesting flght in tbe school- board c'eclioti with two candldales named to take the-field In the interests of labor m the cit> Tbe candidates are John Marsh, of tbe onion of civic em- ployees and tred Smeed, of tha'unlou lot the brewery .workers. Tbess two' will tie Ubor unions in the cltj comprised In the Trades and Labor Council aiid will have tbo back- llng of tbis association. I The nominees o' the labor unions j were selected at a: meeting'of the' trades and'Labor Council held at the Labor Hall on Wednesday night.. Tbe candidates, named stand on a some- what different footing to the labor candidates at the last municipal elec tlons in that tbej are endorsed bj the labor nnions as a whole, unrt not primarily bj 'the dominion Labor Part) although the} will rcceho tho support of tbis organization There are for the present no men- tion of am candidates lo fill Price of %ts folk City Oats Is the'scarcesl eraiu In South lue to Point Raised by Lawyer That Examination for Dis- coverv Madn'i Been dresses In broken English. When ask. ed by his l-orcisliip to answer coun- sel's questions directly, she turoed to tho bench with an, appealing glance, and with her baud to her bead replied. "Mr. Harris he scare me worse than ray fatber-aud'my head is all bur I in jr." .n spite of 5lr. Harris's superhuman efforts to keep smiting there were mo- _ meuts that he bccamo esasperated ua- j der the flow of laaguage of the ICES under cross-esaniinatton. ern Alberta today. J.Verjr little tlcall> nil and oats In from n proUnce That is nasou there is A curious occurrence took place in. the Supreme Court, on Wednesday af- ternoon, oh'the'conclusion, of (.he suit of vs. in bis shl'p judgment for ant and. then' recalling it. Tils was grown during tbe past season and it i BIG POULTRY' SHOW-....... HERE FOR FIVE DAYS such a spread prices for III ld purchaser has to Parschuk 'claim 'and gave tect, when tbo P. Harris, raised j the point that .the examination for (discovery, stated would be Jobn Rider canning on'tbb four vacancies for trustees nor business as PIder Bros farmers it the retiring candidates K R Oils are not; being purchased jtra'B'evidence." had not yet letbbridge Th6 oats being soli} bi Cl[ from'-Calgary where it bad been the purchased, often sent to transcribed. His Lordship lot Calgarvanffbrliig about eight tbat he understood tbat this had cents a least, freight in tho afternoon, and In re- tbeni lerrii] j to, W." S.: Gray, counsel for the Wheat Is moving more than defendant as'-to-how be understood It was three weeks'ago although the it was told that he was.of tho opinion market Is daily falling It ippears that it was eipected, as be .gathered Lelhlirldge's ouaual poultry aud pet slock show .will.' be held; this year from December C to 11, officials ot tho Poultry- and Pet Stock Association have-announced.- A splen- did list of prizes ia offered i this year for'competition. _ judges .will be Enimcrson, Shacklelou- :..iind i West- brook. Entries for tho will close on December 1. 11. C. Graham is secret 'arv-treasurer aud 'his address Is 610 9lli street S., Lett Included in the prize list will.-be seven silver cups, three inedals-.aud ono thousand dollars in. other valuable prizes and one, hundred dollars donated'by fane, icrs different varieties. tbat farmers? out to bold 1 foi a hlgher_pn bouraged ihev can I are becoming dig- i to get just what CHINAMAN 'APPEARS Expect Further Decline In Tfer! Sugarftrke t Sugar lau .a Lethbridge '.today that anothervdrop Is coming price within a few days. -At t no pies- eat time Alberta consumers are pay- ing a higher price than some of -the Saskatchewan consumers, but thet' the same conditions do not prefatl Alberta Is strictly under the B.'C, shippers while In Saskatchewan petition with eastern shippers .is, ineT.' Today sugar is selling in Regina af 13 .1-3 and 14 cents and In Letblirldgi at slsteen Competition between ship pers in Montreal Is as the o( the drop In Regina. The same ditious, combined with a Ushortei freight haul, allow tho eastern ship Coaldale are suing John H Bennett of Kimball It is alleged tba' tbe de Davidson and John bcott showed iny intention of changing, their'nilnds. In cfltefs in the Blood Reserve after the Indian made lie received ?1 29C 1o damages ?500 gen his ofrke as bead ot the tribe from Queen Victoria acco-npanied with a Here ruled ulth benign Ity and5 died leaving bis surviving wife who'has died mucb cattle- horics and a goodb portion of land dcreinel wife of tho lite Bed Crow was to have given tbe Indians a Dl? 8c CiinsTmas Irj tBb ic ot'dances and all tha In dlan festivities She and the fiber of ned frow hod no children cWf and Mrs Crov bow ever "adopted i t-oy who today Is known as Pri'nk GET IN THE NAMES BDrORETOESDAY i _ fendant by himself or his sonants the decision they have come to in uol and agents on December 13th 1913 again coming forward There is bow broke and entered ceitara lauds of, ever some anticipation that thcv the plaintiffs to wit tbo west half oriralgbt change their mind at tbo last section 3 township range 10 west'moment Tho n omens orgam-ations _, .t.- and postured it in the citj do not appear lo be mak Ing any move i'i tbe matter of placing wom.cn candidates in tha field But here again tnere is Ilkely-to bo an eleventh Jiour development Mean while various ciUzens have been in dividually approached as lo standing so far.no definite been given With the naming of the labor candidates, and with A. B.-Hpgg .cflEltol deciding to to" re-clec Ion tbe three names so far are the inly certainties with cattle There was, It is claimed on 'be land at the time of the alleged trespass a lajge quantity ot untbresh ed flax wbich had been totally (le lied Crow; was tlie first of the peace] stroved and made unfit for further Plaintiffs claim the, sum of action. oral tbo costs of the from Mr.-llarris, but might be delayed Ilia Lordship therefore reserved hl3 Judgment until the arrival of Ibe docn- ne-.t in the case tbe'behavlor and the vo- lubility ot'tbe wlie In the'caso caused a good deal of diversion Jn court Mr. Anuui Harris the court an exhibition ot ON OPIUM CHARGE tuo of Iaclai features m what to Mm were circumstances Ho A Q o NEW ORGAN ARRIVES The new 'pipe organ for Wesley church has arrived and tha work of installation will commence at the beginning of nest .week. pers to lav sugar down in Winnipeg so that it can bo wholesaled at a 'hundred. In LethbrMge tho consumers are al tho mercy of the 0. shippers ant lt> far .the price from the coaEt'_har not come down as far, as prlca anil for tbat reason .liethbridge. consumers are higher -.prlcf; for their sugar Sugar4oday is saling at 513 o7 a hundred In thi and dav Tl Is, also applies to the children >erv beautiful and shovel in asly you'ca -i by prac- tical shoemakers is at Perktiu 413A Fifth Strtu't. South Phone 3 doors: 5. 'of Co Ion lit: Theatra of deceased emplojees of Ibo com vhat iespcc.1 Bbe ivis neiglibors and friends held by ber LETHBRIDGE-GETS MOST Ot SPACE Lotlibrldge lias been 'given more space, in tbe Canadian for 1020, .than any oilier city in 'tbe .Do- minion. A.copy-of Hip edition was received af tbe board of-trade offices, this.moriilng and sbows that Lethbridge occupies approximately eight Inches of space in that portion o( the book devoted to dcscripllons "ot Calgary lias close lo two rbe clnli is planning to bold a About twent} five cars followed the Christmas trco on December 23 in remains to tbo last rcstlnt plaro In Masonic Hall This will bo the first i the Warner'