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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TO LOCAL HI TOO BZPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tSE HERAUTS PAGE OF UVB LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, i920 LETHPIUDGE. A.LBERTA, P1CIURE SHOWS AND THEATRES LEVe ON A RENTAL BASIS A License To Be Placed Bill J WORSHIP IN WESLEY HALL MAYOR HARDIE'S MEETINGS Mayor liardle is endeavor- Ing to obtain tho use of the Central chool for Wednesday, and Burgman's Halt for Thurs- day to place before the electors the question of the increase in tils salary. Boards on .Square Foot Basis CITY OWNED HOUSES TO BE REPAIRED Picture shows and theatres In the city will have to busi- ness tax levied :on a rental basis. Thlt Is the decision: come to at the 'regular waekly meeting of the held this (Mon- day) morning. A change Is also to be the business tax un ,cream parlors; jwd tailors' and dry-clean- wUbltEhents. Instead of be- ing aitassed on a personal prop- erty hull they will In -future be rental basis. As tliis charter allows no adequate method of taxlne bill boardc they in future ha licensed on a srjuare foot ijasls Tho cltj will spend the sums ol and respectively in putting irto repair thrj Third Avenue S, and 229 Thirteenth bt N, new p vh'ch fallen Into its hands as a result ot tho Sale, Cor the purpose ot maM-ig them menue pro Tho amount of the accouut rresent- f Hpbrevis 12 ed city band, totalling J767.25. laid on tho table pending a state- characterized incnt of tho number of concerts given. While tha naw p! pe' organ is being Installed In Wesley church, serrices -will be held In Wesley hall It is hoped tt-at the organ will be read} for nse by phrlstmas Express Views on the Proposal Put Forward by Mayor on Saturday .Witnesses Say Property Mart iMcMahon iSold (o Maaa Well Wofth "the Price Ths real ol Maas TS. McMahoa came temporary con- elusion, at the Supreme Court on Sat- urday aftenioonj with the arguments Of counsel to bearcat a future date- before Mr. Justice- Hyhdman at Cilgarj 'This wUs necessitated ow- ijiff to his. to be'at Edmonton this mth the rest of (re local bearings to be continued before Mr. Justice iWalsb, who was on the'.- bench morning. THE LAST DAY those iu arrears in taxes 4 are asked to rememver that fr Nov, SMh Is tha last day for obtaluluj the six per cent dis- count. Want to Keep Up Attendant Health Campaign All Rotarians want to For the defencejif put forward_the_weekly meeting .__ .__ that the B -C, propertv. uy iiari O-CIOCK tonignt at the X M. C. A. This remember 6.30 J. Franklyn Speaks on "The Race and How to Win It" at spel Several .citizens while having their _______________.__ ___._. ___ views for and against tho ra'se of the in the deal, was fully worth, club has teen making a'good showing salary asked for by the Mayor aro the sijm ot JlS.gpp, at -ohich it was lor''attendance'and tonight one tiun- dtffidont as to espresBing these for Tallied It was tie exact prlca -at dre'd percent is wanted. 0, there wiU bo publicatlon over their names The which he purchased'tho property from following of those approached have This was corroborated In semcea Rev Jos J Franklin, pastor of the Christian church ing preached on The election submitted their views for publication: 'bjr Hudson on -stand. His P. think the Increase ;Lprdshlp held that thero was no fraud asked is. tod much altogether. Here the part of theV'defend ant in the vie arp with the price of v-heat andx representation lie made to tho plain- iverythlng else dropping and we aro tiff confronted with a demand for an in Mr. Stipe ot tho Northwest Secur- crcasc of 50 per cent in the salary itles Co, Vancouver, stated on behalf It Is likely to cause an the estlma'ed Qostj f0r races They had to throw off thereof." The actual cost of such j these' encumbrances, works for wulch bylaws Detiii must throw off the en- passed has eicosdccl the sum provided cnmbrance of materialism This en- md to the on 111" rate Clnnbr2nce shows a tacit ot inferest In ot Interest on loaffs since such works tnc eternil life It Ihere is one thing crease m the salarr paid the major, but some of them aro inclihed to onh BO Uunk that IS a b'S For this rea I B the respon Bible position of Hardie In handling the finances of the ami in the fact that finance experts pro think the Mayor is fully entitled to JG.OOO a year. S. S. Dunham This is a period ,uf contraction, and however deserving the Mayor of an increase this. is. not time to rais'e salaries. the deal pnt.lhrough as hr? con sfdered it an .eice'pti.onaHy good buy. SCOTTY MUIR DEAD Courier) 'Scolty AInIr, one of the first pas- senger conductors on the Crows Nest Pass, died at hospital on Monday. ,He wdrted on construction and ran out of Vancouver He came to Cranbrook in bad been in thls.-.nelghoorhqpjliATef since.. Lat- terly he had been employed as watch public health campaJg and like on other subjects it the public the.-benefit ot its delibera- tions. The campaign will bo of .an cducallo'nal. nature. The Michigan'.Central railway has laid off another .Eileen men at the en- gine house, St. Thomas. a manner that they v.m reach tho heavenly goal Many Blart in. this race but tail lo win. They must throw off many incum- brances. preacher civic employees for-further Increases. DRIVE FOR MEMBERS spoke of the races ot the olden times jay'g SASKATOON, Kov. flrst lor tll6 when all the winners received was a paign ot the Board of Trade netted crownVfromsthe emperor In those 216 applications. 47 of them being daysAen werellressed in 'oiig flowing pUifals The oDjeUive Is 700 robes and so they had to mafee special were _the r-debentures ulhorhed by llie bylaws to be Uued.couldrohly lie sold at a discount Imolylng a deficiency in the sums reon'.rsd to bo-provided, flc'ency. lias been increased by Inter- est Qn temporary loans to pay that Is doing damagd to God s church it Is tl lallsm. tbis cold, spirit of mater, said Another to .get rid of is the thought that this Is the only life, and the only "world a person should be' Interested In. This-world, he main- hlbltlon installing heating plant-in Gait Hospital. 712, elecirlc sidewalk, paving and street see in this church If you staved here for fifty said. Mr. Seeing Is believing. Is another en- cumbrance to get rW of in this race. That man who says that Is a natnral born aald the preacher "Yet thnt Is one of. the sophistries that Is EXAM FOR PAYMASTER CADETS AT CALGARY destroying world the ___ ___ {he continued. Examinations for pasmasler cadets' All these sluei must be ghen up and in the navy department will be held begin at Hit bottom of in Calgary on January 4, 1S21, accord- tho ladder and climb, he told his audl-j ing lo a notice received by Secretary ence. j Tnrcotte of the O W V A this morn- The Mission will be toritlnued each ing These eiamlnatlons wlllinclade evening this week, excepting Satur- nrlthmetlc, mathematics, atfrehra, A nttmber nuest- metry, geography, history, Kngllsh answerea evening JYench Three optional mnjt service on Sunday. This Idea will ob- he taken from latin, elementary scl throughout the mission, cncp, spelling, Bhorthand, typewriting, I At the servlcts on Sunday, Pastor bookkeeping Entries will close on F Humbert from Washington, who ia December 16 Application forms may representing tho Spokane University, bs obtained from the secretary ol JOnngeit of tie schools belonging o W V A I to the Christian church; Jn the Ui S A.' wis bresehtand-assIstsJ. Seasoning Food Is An Art art that Aye have studied. You will get good food properly sea- soned here. The Yale 212 FIRTH STREET SOUTH fest He was a native of Scotland Mr J, B -Kennedy, ot the! overnment office staff, wis a brake man under him In construction rlajg DON'T FORGET TheVnlr can Ket your shoes repaired by Drae- t'cal is at Button Perkins .418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 S doors 8. of Colonial Theatre O. PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadia Building 612. ThinS Avenue South REV. STANLEY RIPPER MAY BE CANDIDATE It is qnjto 'prohabw that there will be another, candidate for the school board In thl Rev. Stanley nipper. H4 has been approached In the matter and Is considering v 4- wilhhaye. mnnlcl- pal skating and hockey rlnki this win ter, BAPENBROS. PHPNEI525 ,THB GIFT .Tn your Chrfstnias snop- plng a pteasnre, shop early and shop wisely. For people you really care 'about, the Ideal gift is combines both lysatity and usefulness and which lasts a Ions' solve problem satis- factorily 'for (very one. JARDINIERE STANDS from A saall deposit will hold one for you.- WATCH OUR WINDOW for that big cake that is to be given away to the one tnat guesses the closest to Jne.weight of the cake. Watch'this space for further "particulars of the contest, KIRKBY'S ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION DANCE AND WHIST DRIVE IN THE HALL FRIDAY, DEC. M1920 Tickets Lady NINE TO TWO; Harry Hudson's 5-Piece Orchestra. Tickets may be obtained at the'Lethbrldgs and; Alexandra Hottlt; als6 'of any member of the association. DRESS SERVED FREE 12 O'CLOCK Farmers SHIP YOUR CREAM TO US AND RECEIVE HIGHEST PRICES. Chief Creamery Co., Ltd. tETHBRIDQE, PHONE 1929 ILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It Is also one of the cheapest of foods.- 6ur pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you need, Are You Using Buttermilk? it is exceneni ior cooking end manes a good tlrlnk. Only in per Phono 1576 and have' driver'call. THEtRlSTAL DAP LTD. PHONE 1576 shooting Incident, In which Harry Jacobsen was fatally shot, tijs been the arrest In the Gait Hos- pital by the. city police of a ont- armed man of the name of Joe. Swlgjsn, who was one of the parties when-the affray took place. Chief Gllleiple on reading the details of the Killing In the Herald got busy a> 7.-so the next morntnj, being: under the suspicion that tome of the parties would float Into the city. He .was correct In his aurnilM, for -he located Swlggan the Coal dale Hotel and later In Hos- pital, where he had entered as Inmate., Particulars of the -find were tent to the sheriff Sweat; Grass and were j cetved to watch ths man and hold' lett. the' This was done this mortilnj, Swlggan Is she'ritf or his deputy from Sweorf.a Grass.. The Chief has maite what he consider! a valuable discovery 1" the -possession of the" cut ol the man that Is wintetf. This he Is blood-stained. and In one of the is quantity of ammunlilon.- It Is un- derstood that the Inquest held at' Sweet Crass on the shooting be re-opened. LIFE Life .InBurance for relumed dlers, nurses and soldier's wi> iloTV-a can now be obtained from Domlnlcm government In ranjlng from J500 to Notlcetft'J this eSect has been received by retary Turcotte ot the O. W. V, Ai'S Mr. .Turcotts has full partlcolarB and applkation forms. Secretaries of lie G.W.V. A. and ibe v H WISH TO RECEIVE .THE r4AME3 OF ALL WIDOWS, CHIL- DREN AND QRPHANS OF RETURNED SOLDIERS, UNDER M YEARS OF THAN DECEMBER 4TH, so AS TO ENABLE THEM TO FOR THE MON- STER MILITARY XMAS TREAT, Wesley Ladies' Aid WESLEY HALL Wednesday, Dec, 1st BAZAAR TO OPEN AT 3 O'CLOCK THE USUAL FINE DISPLAY OF MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS CIFTS J PANTRY TEA Baked in; our New Sanitary Oven. Come and watch us niake it. BOUGH- NUTS The kind that mother .used, to make. We are taking orders fqr Xmas Cakes GIVE U8 A CALL. SPECIAL NOTICE: All Buns left from pre'-' vious day's baking wil! be sold at half price 9 a.m. to 10 aim. _u Lethbridge National System of FIFTH STREET 40UTH ;