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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL FT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS U 3'U, 1920 LETHBIUDGK, ALBERTA. DISCUSS SALARY INCREASE A suggestion has been made that a mass meeting of cltliens bo held on Friday, previous to noml- nation day, to discuss the ques- tion of "the raise of salary asked by thVMayor, consider ths- advisability or otherwise of nam- ing a, candidate to run against htm on the basis of the old salary. Arrangements .to. this effect, the Herald understands, are being made. 'It Is felt that ..should bs thoroughly threshed cut "before nomination day .'sentiment Is against the; salary Increase, the very ttronawx.can. available should be placed the fitld. Being de the com Bearded and long haired Hultcrites, food, clothing, and iodglttE. bel'ougins Eirous of withdrawing frpi the principal occupiers of-tlio court; men enterprise they have fll variou room this (Tuesday) dcmdnflia from the dcfondan tho opening of tbc suit nt the various Waldner' partition' of. the said land members- ot the family distribution fi i MASONS TO INSTITUTE NEW LODGE HERE .An event of unusual.interest In Masonic circles will tako _LIU naS OC lion that the munily, were look! soual interests ,iii i what-the formers members were ac- customcd Id. "The. So; ciely, "no gave the "court to .under- stand, was. not .altogether, a religious society, there was also'In" it the nues- tlon Jolnc'd'as plaiiitifis in the case thero of the. com- S trnstce for. the plaintiffs, and Mr. Stewart-was a.visitor at the Rot- ary: Club.and came .to from up with rheumatism. Thero Us also the point whether he can legally, take V this A lot of tiuilding has been going on with the authorities over in the'north- Ed rapnto'n. JB in the States.: ot tho marriage. the lands titni aad-an jatever .dinicuUy there may been gVl over' oy Chief Gil- iicconnt1 of the Erofils. from'fanning 1 Ceding tc the wish expressed. is also askeiVfot 'in The the Svcel. Grass shenft, lat, he of.hree.rcpnductl the. prisoner back, the aulh- further sum Bother side defraying all f tho Ch'ef "f rf ithq plaintiffs ask :paymei quarters and of bajng th.e Val ol Doing ine ptainitiis ,1 .7, 7, mteresfin to afternoon he will ask the j...........-......- --r- .MagiEtrate to Busyenu proceedings as less than twelve, members An 'S to Swiggan unlawfully entering Can- family, represeirted hy !fto-restrain- the defendant Waldner the Hofer -luiujij, r.-- i1--., friend" reduced to nine in l.troni from the, land., number, and" again to tbo 1Jnext B. Hoter. Tho defendants are Christian.Waldner and Jake Woimau. Tfle'plaintiffs are Dakota Exodus. The rlaintilfs claim that ou or.aliont July, they paid V.'cmscdlto, paid to tho dcferidants-the -siim- 01 J33.000, being the proceeds of the sale of laiid in South Dakota, which the The Defense ada, take Swiggan hack in person Wednesday- mornius train nnd hand at Sweet i .The Allegations "and fufthef'claim tha ruTe's that nonij has any interest whatsoever in .the -property'accgrding to the ru.les of as- Leo, St.- Thomas, .was- struck soqhtjon of tho! members -ol the col- a.-stray .bullet.-wlien, his J engine ony. in tho corporatio'npot was pulling-.through ,tbe. M.C.R, tun- -wuicu Christian Waldner is trustee. and-ivas'-kndcked''uiitonsclpus. and tbe.large ant stores cpnimon in the down town .section of .tho eity'd.iufns the.war ijavc boon .filled arid ,-the city generally shows a briskness in.the business.way: BELFAST COURTS A BUSY TIME AHEAD Nov. calendar or tho winter assizes, contains the am6s of prisoners from 2 are cliarg- d with the.recent lots in r Belfast.' l' Dr. Pickard's office, "Guelph; -was entered .-by thieves 'nnd a quantity .j iNEGRO 'LYNCHED MIAMI, Fla., Nov. n. Harris, a 19-year-old lynched by plaintiffs jointly' with Jake .Wolman, a mob1 today near Princeton, following had for'.' matir -years" previously pos- sesseil and worked as farmers, and a further sum tho propcrts- of the plaintiffs, jointly .with Wol- man, to be usiM by Christian Walrtner inUbe purchase of: lan'd in the' -vince Alberla, .being what ns file Ilpbertsuu Ranch, ,forl the common use aud enjoyment of the ce.r'Uiin, other persons contributory purchase.--.; Threatened With Ejection Vllh-tlio inc.hcy from tho Dakota sale it Is claimed that.Chrtstian ner proceeded to Alberta, together j the "plaintiffs, and applied the I the purchnse of the lauds, livestock, and farm implements. In addition UT.tlie' tbeVo were; other moneys contributed by. .others i of the colony, said to approximate in all' Ip Plaintiffs- claim they have never re- ceived any moneys or profits out of the lands purchased 'other than their an alleged attack upon a while woman. Tho body was left banging to a tree. A Puhllir Meeting will he held in the Auditorium of the Central School at S o'clock'p.m.- on Wednesday, De- ceiiiber ,tho --ist, and in the JLJnited Chiirch Hall at S o'cfock p.m. on December 2nd. Atay6r ;Hdrdlo will address thn and any can did a to for Kch'pol.' Trustee who EO t'ealres may also address'the meeting. Ad 0 An .invesligaUon held. WHEN MOTHER BAJCED HER OWN BREAD about the "only joy! she got out of the operation was tlie relish with which the family' consum- ed It. Bread as good as QUA- KER BREAD relievos licr of all; tho work, the standing over the' hot stove, wearisome kneading Biid'mixinB.and she derives "tho "same 'benefit uf family approval because it is as good as mother'' (liife as good and Dour- Limited PHONE-378; Seasoning Food Is An Art II art that we have You will get 1 good food'prpperly sea- soned here. The Yale 812 FIFTH STREET SOUTH DON'TFQflQET The onfr place yon Ret.your shoes repaired by nrac-' tlcal shoeoiakors J3 at Firth Street South Phone 693 3 doors 8.'of Colonial Theatro; 'Is P.O. BOX 940 l'.- PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Burfdlng 612 Third Avenue South BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 y WTTTH1 HllliFEl. i THE REAL GIFT. To nlakd your Chrlst'tnaa ,.plnc a pleasure, slioii early and jshon wisely. Kor the jicopla you about, the Idaal gift ;'.la qnp which combines hoth- leauty nnd usefulness nndVlch flasla a L- 3 BOlvo-.ymir problem" satis- factorily for every v ,'Oak Arm, [JA 'A small deixislt will hold 0119 _________foryoit. 1 WATCH OUR WINDOW for that big cake that is to be given away to the one'that guesses the closest to the weight of the "1 ;i' >'.Watch this space fot further partibulars -of Ihe.cpnlest. v ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION DANCE AND 7" IN THE MASONIC HALL FRIDAY, DEC. 3rd, Tickets Lady m IMC "NINE TO TWO SHIP YOUR -CREAM TO us AND'RECEIVE HIGHEST PRICES. ...ChM Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDGEi PHONE 19M Hairy Hudson'o 5-Piece Orchestra. Tickets may be obtained at the Lcthbridge and'Alexandra Hotels; also of any member of the association. DRESS SERVED FREE 12 O'CLOCK MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- mm HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It ts also one of the cheapest of foods, Our- purc, fresh, pasteurized milk is the kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? IT 19 excellent rur ..'cooking and maxes a good drink, .Only 60 per quart, Phone 1576 and'hayeoilr driver THE CRYSTAL PAJRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 Who said business wasn't h'um- mlng In Lethbrldge and Southern Alberta? Just cast your optics over these figures of the bank clearings for the month of No- vember and then teke a stick to the little devils ,pessimism which business slackness a thous- and miles away seemc to have in- duced Nov. Nov. Incr Thl per c tarings 1920 iearinos U'19 jse this year Is an increase of over 57 nt. And this ?s represented by new money Rowing Into this city and district for the new wealth creat- ed by.the-farmeVs this year when they Raised the third largest crop in thp history of Southern Al- berta. That's a' mighty good augury of a big' increasi In Christmas bus! ness this year. Incidentally, this month Is one of the few times that the bank clearings have ever gone over the five :million mark in Leth- bridge. .IN POLJCE COURT Ole Moe. of Coaldale, was Sn the city fpolico court this (Tuesday) morn. ins fined ?1C, rwlth costs, tor- orderly conduct In the city. -He'ta'd to pay a fifrluer fine of ?10 for having" in his possession more Mquor thaa the- law allowi. In tho Banie court Thonias4 Donovan was fined" with: 'costs for passing a standing street car iu his car. Forty rural Methodist and Presby- terian congregations in London .Dls-, trlct and Presbytery are to be merg- ed. Secretaries of the G. W. V. A. and the WISH TO RECEIVE THE NAMES OF ALL WIDOWS, CHIL- DREN AND -SOLDIERS, UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE; NOT LATER THAN DECEMBER 4TH, SO AS YD ENABLE THEM TO MAKE PREPARATIONS 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 GIFTS v PANTRY TEA 'Baked in our New Sanitary Oven. Come and DTS 'The kind that mother used to make. Wo are taking orders for Xmas Cakes GIVE US A CALL. SPECIAL NOTICE: All Buna left from pre- vious clay's baking will be "sold at half price 9 a.m. to 10Ha.m. Ledtkidge Naiional System of Baking 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;