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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHEHB YOU EXPECT IT THE DAILY HERALD THE HSBAUrS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS AY, NOVEMBFR 26, 1920 SECOND SEC I ION LETHHiUUbE, iLHiiUJA, SECOND 'SKCTION' PAGii ELEVEN UOSEAffllBEH ,nr 01 E. H. Wilson is Going to Victoria 1 i and Will Be Associated v With H. 15. Co. the dui.sMc- of the late .Mr and Mrs James Duff, well remembered iu tlio c-Ily In civic matters he look a keen interest and one "of tho Ihree candidates tor-mayor in the election of 1913. when Commission form ot Government was adopted hy tho city. In t he- opposed lo Major JUrdie who was 04 what wab then Uovvn as the citizens' ticket Ho was defeated on lhal occasion rttli the election ot.ine present mujur. m. the expcrieuce.ot "Major HarJies re -imo Mr. sportiugly concedes thrt Iho citizens' choice has panned out well awl he considers that it would b'i mistake It an> thing should happen whefeh> the utv have to forego the se.vicea of the present mayor. FLOUR NOW 'TEN A BARREL Flour in Lethbrldgo took a drop of fifty. ceqts a barrel to- day. This niakes'Ii tea dollars a barrel, wholesale.' Duly a fevvdays ago went down one dollar here. 'Another'of. the recent severances of association with the city iviil lake place thor'ly in tho moving of AT- E II to Mctoria H C vvlikh will Ue UK) future homo of himself and his famll> The move Is jiece -itateil by Mr. Wilson' being nppointe't-Hcsi- dent In for Hudson's Bay.Co.- This company owns 'some extensive and- valuable land cLoicclj located, ivith all the altrac The Salurdaj afternoon half holliliy rnnrlur- fm Af tern'oon Metropolis (Contributed.) Five Tuiis Squares have started off with a bang in Lotlibridge in tho program the have what is Known as a core! 1x0 month S! .T now in fashion among certain business This is the occasion of a number of. firms was'Iuitiatod by Injsquares 'conilnff together cnd.holdlnr that ho started tho custom while with !t joint session and competing in many tho A R anil I their friends different events athletic and other and acquaintances Mr and Mrs Wfl son arc popularly regarded and manj severed hy Ihcir departure: Chief Gillespie Succeeds in Get- ting Rid of Rosalind Grahum Alter a battle royal which he has been earning on for tho last seven months Chief Gillespie has suci-ei-d ed in obtaining an order for deporla lion of Rosalind'Graham a iioman not considered desirable In tho city A female deportation officer armed f-om Winnipeg on Thursday to con duct the woman to Winnipeg for send ing to Mllwmkee, where she original Deals With" Complaint About High Price Alter Gc Kale Liveweight wise. Tomorrow the hoys in' the afternoon (or Coaldale for a conclave Tuey-wili bo the guests'of the Coal- dalo Tuxls Square which" Is one; of theMivest Squares, in the province and they are going to put_ui> one of the best times the local hoys have ever liad'tho privilege of attending. Incj. dentally this is tho -first Tuxis con: clave ever held in Southern The local arc going down ahout fifty strong with Some of rthe' local car owners have been good enough to provide a means of transportation. Mr. Wells, the noted British.1 explorer will accompany tho boys and will give them a short; ad- dress of his adventures in the jungle. Mr Petlej will also tho bovs aid help out with the conclave The bovs will he given i royal time at Coaldale putting lip a great things organized in a verj efficient Minnesota Citizen Seeks Consid- erable Sum :of Money From Tlie Herald has received a coin plaint in the form of a question il legiiis .that ''butchers in Lethbridgc aro maiing undue profits nt the pres ont liine. Investigation was conduct ed by The Herald and In the following facts were ascertained Tho person vvuo sent In the ques lion (o The Herald spoke of butchers bujing beef at sue cents llvevveighf liecf purchased at this price, a reput- able butcher The Herald, costs 13i4 to 14 cents to put It on the racks of the 'store. .-That class of beef can be purchased from butchers in quau etc, fifteen centj a liound in anv retail Btore, the Herald a of which has hail lo be paid for by :ha butcher in tho iirst place and has io be made for that. Taking the above'tacts into consid- eration this butcher- could not see where they coulti pay any higher price for beef on hoof without raising tlio prices. to the consuriier. In the above' figures, ho pointed out. It wiy be seen that soni e" portions of 'tap anim.al are sold at a cost less -than the -average o? putting "UfesFeU cisrci'.s? iu the store.. Other cuts tiro sold at Considerably which has a tendency to even matters jup.. TAKES ANOTHER FALL deal in real is before the tilgarv, for the plajnllff and A 1. Smith, K.C, gt Caigar) with B C MacKensie of. the, city, for the defen- dant. Henry Mais, of.'Ray. Minnesota, .is suing Mart McMahon of the eltv, scribed-in" as a real estate informant stateih lal 'Inline For the second time this sugar his taketi a. .drop. It. went down fifty .cents a hiin- drcd today arid. this makes' it a hundred, Vholesale. Another candidate for the-, school election lisa uefiuueiy umiuuticeu laiu- sclf In Dr. Lovering. He wiirte the platform with, a policy of, strict economy There are three vacancies in tie Separate Schools for trustees, In. the expiry of the term :oiofflce Messrs. Sehl, Long and McSwata. Ot these it Is not expected that Messrs! and MeSwain will come up forre-elec-. tlon, with Mr. l.ong doubtful. 'There Is no mention of an) candidates Ser eral havo been approached, hut wltfi no definite assurance ohtamed. class a money over U ot certain aids tho defendant The Coaldale bojs arej great feed and Into manner for a great tune for everj 'fellow Tomorrow the will ho appointed from I ethbridge district who will represent this district in Ihe Tusls boys provincial parliament to be in Blmonton In December The Coaldale hoys' have had. some 111K "At" -.-D------------ --------------1 i 111 1 U Dscamofioai 1 here were objections verj fine certificates printed wuieb. raised by Hoaalrhd Graham nnd her [will be awarded to the groups ae coiniel but howeter, she left on the] cording lo the number of points 'nlternoon the officer who [win Thej will compete on the best i had a warrant for her from the Imral set tables best yells ill challenge i gration authorities at Ottawa Whctli games and group garner etc t-very she ivill gam A point In tile argu ment thit bo her be the defendant tof 'tlons 'for .residential purposes. In ad- dition to 'his tho Hudson s Boy So -'owns a considerable acreage now with all the id being adapted to truck gardenlng.Vnd Intensive., farm ing ,on a tmalLscale: the intention of the Hudson s Bay Co to have a sune> of its linda dn the city of Victoria and the neigh toorMood at an early date, so that fho> can ba placed on the market It has lieen led to this owing to tho Increas jng popularity ot tho coast city and the enquiries tho Is constantlj receiving from the Prairie Province Irom .those .who are thinking of locat- ing in Victoria and the adjoining dib "trict: yThis'-'eiplalns Sir. Wilson's ap- jiOiAtmtJiit i .lift. .Wilson's is a name .which is In- timately connected with the develop roent of IjCthbridge .was very instrumental, in the position he occupied o'd A. R. and I. Co., now incorporated in the C. P.'R. :Pripr to coming'to brldge as enrl> a- Mr Wilson half hefora Chief ImmiKrallon Officer Galley at and. return to the city remains to be seen The Chief wltS the pro gross matters have far Tuns boj he on hand to leavo the at .i 30 tomorrow Don t miss the best time nf yoLr lives Tuxis bojs REID .OFF .FOR OTTAWA OTT4WA ,Noy 26- (Bv Canadiaii J D IleM minister of railways and canals is expected to New 'inrk today for home Ignorance ledge of things we don t xnow Idcrable'. 'sum of idsp.aad trade ight by hi in from is claim the plain Lgreement was en Lbetween him and the purchase ol lands and grazing leases in tho EUi kom district, together with livestock and goods, and-tte transfer lo him of, certain propert) .owned by tho defen dant In New and Burn aby B C anrLlands iu Clallam, Wash Inglon Slate The 'purchase price of the whole'deal was ?27 oOO .Plaintiff ciaiina'ithal he has fulfilled his part of but the da feudant has failed to do io He fur Iher alleges in regard fo the ailsfer of in B C nd Washington, that he had neycr een an) of the property nor had any nowlecge or Information a to the ocation He that the repre- entations madMto him -were false nd fraudulent asd that the property, aid to he woiibjpi worth _iore than claims judgment or the -Kith ntereot being- the balance aljba pur. due taxes to the Jot) eight jer cent One butcher stated hat no-beef.-'In'the cent class. ever gejS on his shelves 1 steers them cents liveveight and that meat tells at tho following prices: b'oillng to-'12yi cents a pound, shanks o, shoulders, 15, and steaks 20 to 30 The butcher explained that alter the initial-cost of putting the 'meat In the store' "customers must' consider that they demind considerable trimmUii arid often the: removal of'a hone, all Judg'ment has been Judge Jackson m the case of Julius Odcien ot Ketlaw against A J Les sard of the city dismissing the plain tiffb claim with costs Lessard was bued bv Odden for being tho vilue of a coon coat vhich ha'alleg cd the defendant took from him and kept His Honor came to the con elusion that the plaintiff failed to prove his claim tinib the act ion was tried the defendant was de fended by T C Hendrv, Tsith W S .__________ Mr C A i SlagraVh ,was formerly Land Connnis- Ujoner-bf'.'lho. nnd 1 Co., and he .severed his connection with the comp-my Mr ilson was appoint 'cd Commissioner After (lie A.'l'i. and 1. Co. waa taken .over Ihe C I" Mr Wilson act led as Agent for the railway ,compin> ind this hai given him a considerable experience in lanl mat jtcrs which will he 6f much service to E in his now appointment Sir. family life tjcgan In JjCthbrldBP, when, alter five years' re sidence, lie his present wife Was secretary in Tnghnd of Ihe Al B-vU Thoj terta nailway nnd Coal Co and the Ca'nauinn .North West Irrigation Co. Shortly after hla coming to Cinadi these two coiupanies were amalgamat- ed under the mme ot the Mberti Rail way and Irrigation Co of -vhlch he ippoluled Complrol! nar and thit the latter helped him! oft with his coat i ho scorned to be! in a treat state of heat Plamttii al Ipgcd that he fell asleep anl on get ting up to to homo found that his coat .was gone. DON'T FORGET only..place where you can get your ahoft3 repaired hy prac tlcal Ehocroaliors Is at Hutton Perkins 418A South Phone 693 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Seasoning Food IsAnArt ait that ye have studied. YQU will get good food piopeily sea- soned here. The Yale P 0 BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax -SPECIALISTS Financial j k ANALYSTS Business -ENGINEERS RITCHIE, PATERSON AND CO. Acadla BqUdmg Third Avenue South THEECONOMICALAND PARTiaiLAR HOUSEKEEPER Finds store gives satisfaction in quality and service.; This list of Fiist Grade Gioceiies will bear this out: ix Ybirs in the Jungle 5th THE LAST AND TIME CARVETH WELLS NOTED BRITISH 1EXPLORER Monday Night "THE AWAKENING OF A NATION" 5000 Hordes 'tO.0.00 Bigger .tliati Biggest .Circus Is: Kitchener Alive? -What Became .The. Fall of Khartoum at Pretoria World's Greatest Panorama PHONE 625 intnniniiiiiil THE GIFT 5To make yrmr Christmas plrtg a pleasure, shop early and For tiia pf.opla you. care ahoftt, llio Meal gilt' is one ..which' eomlilncs both beauty and usefulness and wlilch lasts -a long'; fifne. solve- your problem satis- for every ono. Settlonal Book Cases .A........ A small deposit will hold one for you. WHEN MOTHER BAKED HER OWN BREAD about the.only joy aha got Out of the operation was-fte relish with which thn.family cohsiim- it. Bread-aa good a's QUA- KER DREAD relieves her of all -tho the slandfiig over tho hot.slovei wearisome .lincading mixing "and she derives the' .family approval liecanso It Is good fts'molher ma.ltos, quite n s. good, and nour- ishing' v'-' Limited SAKERS PHONE, 378 name Chief Moun- tain was chosen for this company because. 'stands for everything that is pure and unadul- terated. Chief Mountain Creamery Stand for the same thing, and Iho Cornnany that mnnufaclures as products stands back-of Iholr products. Miief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHSRIDGE, PHONE IN WESLEY CHURCH AT 815 P M ROARS OF LAUGHTER REAL JUNGLE PICTURES GPRGEOUS COSTUMES PARENTS, TAKE. YOUR CHILDREN Admission 2Sc Pricey Coming Down Sago and Tapiotia, new pi ice, 5 for Jap Rice, qld price 17iAc pei New price, per pound Yacht Club Sardines, 2 tins for season's stack, Ib season, 2 pkgs for SSc, Gunpowder. Ib per 3Sc .28c .45c 80c Paste "In glass ''X1' 03C C." B. Paste, each Lobster Paste' J per-tin Crabii -Wlilto Tuiia.Fisli 25c 55c :60c 95c 90c 6Sc INGANDHEAUIplItOF ALLFOiS It Is also one of the cheapest of foods.' O.ur pure, fresh, milk It the kind'you reed. :'._ Arc You Using Buttermilk? it is exeeirent lor cooking and maxes a Qfyod drTnk. Only Sc per quart, delivered. i Phone 1576 and have our driver call, PHONE 1576 C. B. Curry Powder, CA_ per bottle 306 nnd OUC New China OA per jar Kelller's Dundee Jtatlhalade, 4 .pouncl tins' each Ohirardelli's Ground; Clioco- lale and Cocoa, made lii slaiilly, per tin........ Crosso tllackvvcH's Tickles, aud chow chop- per bottle Vcels, Citron, per pound Pccis, Lfinipn.and Orange, per pound Peels, Wagstatie's 'PC., Ready Cut, 1 Ib boxes..'DOC Paper can. box.1.., y Salted I'isfnchio Nut's -OC1 or Love Nuts, 2 "ozs for French 1'eas; extra fine, per tin French Mushrooms per tin M French Olaco: Clicrrics; half pound Jjos :i 1 pound hoS'....... 1 Fr9ncli jCKryslalized Cherries, %3, ffer box French Olace itf FruUs, I.1 UP French .Ai'iKcllce per Ib Only n limited slock of the nbove French; Fruits on band Place your order now .dnd thin avoid n disappointment. Union Polishing1 Oil per.box .IHj 25c ,45c i.i 60c _ 80c 50c 55c n, drv Stiltan'Cheese icr pound. Carrawnj 'Cake Decoratipnaj r' l liaiii.and'rough >er ounce Allen's ground Sweet Mfp Almonds, :per tin Lybns'.' ground, Sweat Almonds, per (iiotUB Curtis' per tin 40c. COc, 70c and Tard Dates per pound Al- mond ;Pasle, per pkg. Potatoes; local grown, per sack Mothers i.gg Noodle's 3 pktb lor Nahob. De Lux Tea; our price ;Ynn JjOiitari Pure per tin Shelled Brazil-Nuts and Shelled PeeaiOlvuts I ounces for J" Dilleys, AVellliigton ap; 12 90c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Granger new N'avels; ilozeu...... lemons per dozen (Jrane >'rult .'.each Ipc, ITVic pet iioiind Bananas, pound Celery per pound Spanish Onions jcr pound Xer C, jer ZOc 35c 18c 12ic lOc IiCttuce per pound Head Lettuca.lo arrive Caullflowor per pound Pumpkin peh, pound Cranberries rer pound Cucumbers to arrive. Green: Onions 3 bunches rotatoca .per pound 45c 3. 17lc 5c 25c 25c 15c Gea "Kerr Co. Family Grocers 1453 and 1365 PROMPT AUD FREE DELIVERY ;