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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -t-v ALL TBB LOCAL IffiWS WHERS YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGtf DAILY HERALD THE HERAUTS PAGE OF i UVE LOCAL NEWS 1 iliut-vuit teihbridge to Lose K. D. John- son, Popular and Public- Spirited to her many spheres o! usefulness In the past Mr and Mrs Shaw have been honor guests ol several iaformal affairs, on afternoon, at the meeting of the Lutes' Aid 0( tho Methodist Oiurcli which was held at too homo of Mra llotace Manning Fourth llrcef, together wilh the Women s MUsionarv "hose from and piece of cut glass from tha I-id A Society, which was'teeliogly svKno1 Isdjed bj tho reclp'en1 ALEX HARROW A CANDIDATE SIPI1HEL1S1 Theva's going to be a lite field in '-he for public KbooJ honors. ,Th8 fifth can dldato "in the person manager Lum ber Co, Sir Harroa resl I The- ..hain ot of assorl-i }ibn' with Is once more addel the removal ot Mr K V Johnson: yho has been conuecleJ Aulh Iho JloItOE's since, the op ciiliig o! Ihe branch !n tho.illy on November 1st, lias Mr. a conllriyoiis residence iu Use city ot over twelve years. Mr. -Johnsoli has been In Indiffer- ent health for "tha past mouth or so, and lias Ueen practically con I iued to Ills house-vile-will be.Inking a vaca tion'of about two months for recuper- ating Iil9 health and then ill go to B C, as manager ol the bank there, the -Selng now temporaril) hi Mr A-. C1 Hogarth, manager of tha branch of Molson's Bank In East; Vancouver. 'K; TV' as' ho is popularly known, camo to. Lcthbridge fron Hoped That President Wood and Hon. Mr. Crerar Will Discuss Political Action IV. A Hamilton, secretary treasurer of the nethbrldse district n F A. AS tton, has issued a convention call .-1 TlortnTTlhAr J Counsel Objects to Character of Evidence in Keal Estate Peal x The ('reams ot real estate transact lions, with U'Clr rude awakenings, found their echo iii tho Supreme Couit, vihere tho case ot Haas vs "Me Mahon ms still proceeding on Sat morning That Uo understood that tho port of New Westminster would deselop Into a maritime port eoual in important to Vancouver and Seattle Ihe storj, as Henry Maas. told him by the defend ant when negotiations were going ou over the sale of the B C propert) Further it was staler! In.tho evidence that tho house he purchased on (he estate to he worth though now It pans out, In the estim atlon ot a lines s not to bo wdrth more than Contradictory to this the tha he did not mention anjlhing of Ihr lalue ot the house, all he told th SOCluliuili uaa cd for the cathsrlng on December S _- ocvinon. and 9 In Lethbrldge Definite arrange- _._i tr in church and'school ile was orv estrj of St Augustm's church and served as churchwarden He was eha'rinan ot the public schools' boaid up to the beginning of this month, lie resigned his posl'ion to failing health Ho was re elected "to" tho 'board 'In the election br 1913 jind liecame-lts chairman. Previous to that he had served two of offiv." as trustee On the board lie al regarded as a wise counsellor refusing to 'bo stamped ed in tho storm) period of the beginning ot thi1 1 3rar His financial training also held In good stead in tho various problems of the board" As a sportsman ho had the present drhe Tlie convention call reads fol lows 5SOOO Hejras not In the habit ot do in ing business that waj in selling wlia was worth for 53000 All h told the plaintiff m regard to Hi house was that It was tenanted -to ws house was mat u was leimiueu 'This convention should be a clear 520 a n onth by the wife of a soMie Ing house for trio big Provincial cou ttlis Wa5 a nominal rent 1 Send vour resolutions along Como prepared to take part In the ttls uinu I1U lit kntra the needs of or through Uie jrr the U. F.- A. you are cross equals In the neighborhood Ing'tbe reputation ot being an He SnOJ, lie siro ior duck hunting and olher shcot ing, and was also prominent as a curl or. tn ma'onlc circles Mr Johnson has part and he was held Ifr'hlghvresard hy tha local ciatt tie with liis long slay in the citv had becomes famJllaY figure, and is jour community U F W A and sohing the problems your nelsh Complete the driv the con ventlon Don't forget our 100 per cent organized Each local Is eiitWed to one delegate Cor each that her husband was overseas an ,he had 110 raise Adams for the plaintiff, in'h cross-examinatiou, tried from Mart SIcMahon the admissli that he paid the plaintiff's- ospens to nt-the holeUwhen-h asked him to come to Lethbrldge. aeot oi Jjw past atteen Hog Marsh, and Lowering, Hog, a, Smced and thelother candid- ates hase announced their intention, of the race, BO taat the election promises to be tho most] tele resting In a number 6f Mrs Canada Land and Irrigation Co Wins Again With.Sheep MAYOR BARDIE TO DEMAND AN INCREASE IN SALARY Present Remuneration Not Sufficient at the Present Low Value of Underpaid Compaied With Other Cities and Wheat shipping Jn SouUern Alberta At the 'Alborta Fair held at Calgary .op November 22nd to 26lb, the Canada. Land and Ir-igatlon Co.. Ltd, who havojor mans voars spec lalized In Suffolk-sheep and Berkshire! hogs again swept the board with iheir! exhibits The company was awarded Cham pionsblp and reserve Championship for both Suffolk ram and ewe; they obtained'first and'second for a pen ot three second and third In tho "other four classes in which they had exhibits Almost as good success was obtain- ed la tho competition for Berkshire hogs The company was awarded Championship for both hoar and BOW and -reserve Championship for bofir; also 'first prizes in tho four other classes In which they exhibited OfAthe 24 hogs exhibited, IS were supply ueai ut im, _f as been falling oft in quantity during these were disposed ol lie past few The average now yrjyateh The company reports thai s. one mindrcd'cars a shacks and other untenanted buildings in tl a cilv, and' the police are out watching for the culprits One Is al ready m the tolls, and will come up before the magistrate shortly Oillespie is determined to stop tho practlco' u- Mayor Hardie has made up his mind that If the citizens desire his services as.mayor be con- llnucd for another'period It will only be by a raise of the present mayoralty salary to a year. This Is a stipulailon he will stick by, and he will announce his In- tention off daily and deal with it on the platform prior to the elec- tion. The Mayor contends that was a reasonable remuneration four years ago, but at the present state of the money i market It Is only worth and that Is a sum he cannot give his services for. As compared to the mayors of Calgary and Edmonton ho ar- c- Jir Maas, though belonging to Win iiosota is a nat jraliied citizen of Can ada, having been bojor the past twehe years ten members outlines program Is as follows Registration Reports of directors officers Wednesday complete the deal Mr McMahon saij- that lie paid his hole! expenses in TO VOTE ON MANAGERIAL FORM r OF 'GOVERNMENT Mayor visit to Medi- cine Hat, to expound the theory and practice of commission aid managerial form of civic govern ment, borne fruit The gas city will put the question of mana gerlal government before the elec tore as one of the matters to be voted" on. in: the municipal elec- tions in' December. FOOTBALL "RESULTS INCORRECT giies he .Is a very much-low-paid, niati. With the calls on-hlm-ln the office he holds ne feeli he cannot afford to hold tlon he now occupies for less tSari a year. Further, tie points- out that all other salaries hava been Increased, pro rata with. the cost of living, and his beeri at; a standstill. If the electorate wish to have, the services of Mayor Hardle: they will have to agree to hit plae-, Ing an amendment altering the city charter, and allowing the remuneration of the Mayor to be v placed at the yearly sum of -f DISCOUNT PERIOD ENDS NOV. 36? The last day for tho discount for all except real estate taxfs, 30th, when the six per cent ill apph This should, i cent i app Football fans Trill nollca that particularly interest all thosa the Old Country 'football re- business lax is in arrears, in. that be no discount allowed on this form taxes In December. suits published in" this Issue do not with Ihe draws which appear In tho Herald football competition In a couple of cabes in first dlvlsloa games The Canadian .Press states lhal tho results as published are according to; cable copy but 4 they are endeavoring to obtain a correction.'Vfhtch, if secured, will appear in tho Herald on Monda> Clear With.Cuticura Soap and Talcum return for the hosnita'itv he had celved from Jir Maas when he staj 1 ed with him.yMr. Smilh, counsel for the defendant Interposed saytng'that [the (ineslion put as to the hotel ox -Wednesday 8 was in that it tfas Consideration of resolutions Addre-s f tried to ba Inferred that his client w is hy Mrs Sears, presid-nt U F W A Thursday .morning, 930 o'clock Consideration Wheat Mar i-le T, Thursday tuiAeVsally liked 'and'-woll fJeWf J.lawaer, AtfWjes Hr. Jomiaon is succee-ied -is wan of Jia-i't in Ihp citv tj Mr J- of the city's.iciiterprlses. Mr. .Sliaw was an enthusiastic meinner- of the Board of Trade and treasurer of the Hoard of Directors ot tho r M C A in nihll tloii-to his activities in the Methodist church. Mrs. Shaw was also.active on Hio'.PttliUc Hoard; anil the AVomcn's Canadlau .idditlon Seasoning Food Is An Ail art'that we have studied. You will get good food properly sea- soned here The Yale ?12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH The Silver urnr hanged tils undersigned -will not be responsible tor airy debts or lamis against the same alter the 14th1 day ot November, "1920. (Sfgned) J MILLER Ad P P.O 1 BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax Financial ANALYSTS; Business ENGINEERS 1 RITCHIE- PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadia Building 612 Third Avenue South Wesley Ladies' Aid mm WESLEY HALL' ARMY AND FJAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION DANCE AND WHIST DRIVE IN THE PHONE 625 niiinmiiiiiiii THE REAL GIFT To make your Chrlstmag shop- ping a'pleasurc, shop early and shop wisely: For Iho people you really" care about, tho Weal gift f3 .one which, combines .both- beauty anil usefulness anil which lasts "a long.time. FURNITURE problerri satis- factorily for every one-. Sectional; Book A deposit will hold ono for you. WHEN MOTHER BAKED HER OWN BREAD about tho-o'liU' Joy sho got-out of the on'oratlpti was-tho. relish with which Iho family consum- ed K. Bread as good as QUA- KER BREAD relieves her ot all tho wort, the standing over tho hot stove, .Wearisome kneading and mixing ami Bhe derives tha samo liericfti of farnlly nrprov'al tt fa as good as mother makes, oulto as good and nour- ishing. MASONIC HALL FRIDAY, DEC. 3rd, 1920 Tickets Lady MINE TO TWO- S-Piec6 Orchestra. Tickets may be pbtalned at the Lethoridge and .Alexandra Hotels; also of any rrembcr of the association. DRESS SERVED FREE 12 O'CLOCK Wednesday, Dec. 1st TO OPEN AT 3 O'CLOCK THE USUAL DISPLAY OF .MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES: SUITABLE FOR CH'RISTMAS GIFTS PANTRY TEA m B THE MOSTiNODRlSH. INGANDHEALTllFULOF ALL FOODS SHIP YOUR CREAM' TO US AND RECEIVE HIGHEST PRICES. Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 It I: also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk la the kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? ic la ior cooking and makes a gcod clrlnft. Only 6c per quart, delivered. Baked in ouv New Sanitary Oven. Come and us make it DOUGH- Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBniOQE, PHONE 1929 Phone 1576 and have oti'r clriVei call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. v The kinci that L mother xised to make. We .are taking orders for Xmas Cakes GIVE US A CALL, SPECIAL NOTICED l All-Buns left from pre- vious clay's baking will be sold at half price from 9 a.m. to lO'a.ra.- I 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH tern of Baking ;