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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL N1WB WHERE YOU EXPECT ff THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD -THE HERAIJXS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, .OCTPPER 2, 1820' LETHB.RlpGE: ALBERTA, -PAGE SEVEH PRISONER CARRIED BRICK BUT HADFT THE NERVE TO USE IT ON SECT. NICHOLSON'S HEAD Quili.'ttitt Confessed to Theft of his willingness to'coine back and fir fppch's Worn- face tho charge and'16 take Ihe coo- ui. Leeui lite u om- o{ act, at the same time an in the Case .'case so much o( doing things for! j boyg as giving them au opportunity] of doine things for thcmsclr tlial will lead them Into the that wHlv develop "Canadian Christian Clt- fzdnshlp." Mr. Pettejr'8, prepared statement was lengthy and went into considerable detail, lie made it pitin tbet.'this was offered us a suggestion r.nd .In- vlled a discussion for its improve- ment. He advocated the doing away of tho annual fee for the Y. M..C. Ar lhat aowVexists for tho boys' .department. This often causes the membership to Sergeant Nicholson stating that he would do his best to _ I reimburse Dr. Lcecb. lor tho expenses he .had tcon put to. The car'-was who has been aj jo minutes to 10 arid he was Dr.'. to Greal from thcro nD wcnt on the -city with his, prisoner on .Friday [0 Butte, where-he sold the- doctor's nighV From. wba.t has transpired it .Inslnimenls, and- then, to appears thai the sergeant might wnere OB was arrested. Mr: had eventful Journey while con- Canleron objected to the evidence, in ducting QuInUid instead of tha that tho rri60-ner nad.not been wara- quiel.oae Ito had. Qoiniard when tak- sergeant Nicholson said that the ea to the-- police cell here handed statement ;sris made to hfm at the re- Provost Low a- payer parcel -Later quest of the prisoner and that being on he asked him whether he had op-. in thfc lt was not jneumbMt oil ened the lured. Tills was douo by him lo..warn hlm. Tha. .court over- Mr. Low, and In it v.-os found half a counscVs objection. A further brick up wilh.eomo-jJirty Tas by Mr. -Cameron In i-ejwi-d _lo Ihc .b.rick.Qulu- ,0 (ho as evidence o! wril- tard volunteered- tneiiutoruutlOB. that tcn blalemont -sworn to by Gladys .lie had carried h tne object of o( the prisoner, hilling Serscaut Nlefl head but ho could noi embrace just a select number of boys wants every lad to have a chance. le get Into his classes, whlyk will be -held In the present a'udttbr- um'ot'lhe.V M. C. A. building. statement corera the cfund horoughly and- embraces meetings, survey ot the city, division of the work, training' classes for leaders, maneouvres, standarlzed proxra'ai, scout council, Tuiis boys' council, club, Big Brothers' movement, and possible dates for events. the son OH e own Mcord' alia ta ,he prcj. et up enough eECO oE (ho accused Thia was also nervo -to do it: Tbe-Serpant says Qverrulea, Mr. Humphries staling thai that he noticed. that_ Quintal d, whoa ft Was tor collnsei to Mng bo was ruin .off. tbe tram while th caso came ,jefora the breaking tho Journey., haying to Iravel The statement was not i t 1'T.t i ll uu atni-wijiciiv uui dayligut lo see that his man would cour( Scrsedllt further not get a ray, had a habit of walking acfaseA ,hat in to very slowly. Now that lie lias heard ,f t t about Ihc brick he understands the re'aKon wUy- It was evidently a plant of the prisoner to let the Sergeant got n little nhewi of him so thai he eould brain him from behind with Ihe brick. i Qulntard appeared in tho A. P. P. crjurt on Snlurday morning before A. B. Humphries, J.'P., on Ihe charge ot stealing the car, a_nd was committed for trial. Mr, C- K. Cameron was lii the court on :h1s behalf. .Confessed .to Theft ]n tho evidence given Sergeant- Nicholson statpd that the prisoner in ths cclis at voluntarily to Iho theft of the car. He 1 that ho'uad taken It on Ihe night ot 'September 9th While It was stand- ing outaiiio the Sherlock JUIock, and had gone to C lies !Mdn tana, via Forpmost and .Skiff.. Ho oxnr.e'ssed_ Canada told.her that as him to she -bad made, claleiieula lo convict him ho would make- one to-convict her. Ths Brickjn the Parcel Quintard Had been given a change ot underclothing by the minister at Missouia, which be carried with him in a paper parcel, and with this Ser- geant Nicholson was acquainted. He- had evidently put the lialf brick in while be was lii tho'..cejls for.the night at Helena, and on.the way to L'ethbridge. He changed ills linen iri: the coll and put In-tho parcel with his dirty linen, which the sergeant' concluded was all the par- cel contained. Mrs. Leech and Vivian Leech went down lo. M.lssoulEi lo bring, the car back and are expected back-today in It. MOVEMENT STARTED TO ADVANCE WORK AMONGST BOYS INTHEOTY While in the City Mr. King Will Address School Meeting in'Majestic Theatre Representatives of Union .of Civic Employees Appear Before Mayor and Commissioners Representatives- of the union of civic employees mot tho mayor and commissioners in the council chamber on Monday afternoon, with- delegates from Ilia miners also present. It was put to Ihciu by the mayor that noth- ing conld be done EO far as the civic employees other lhan the inlaerg were concerned until Ihe miners had come Plans for the visit of Hon. Mackenzie King have been ccm- pleted In Lethbridge. Announce- merit this morning was to the effect that he .will be tendered a reccption-by.' the. L'ocal Council of Women, after Which the meeting will be held in the Majestic Thea- tre, The darte of the meeting Is Oct- ober 19th. The Liberal 'leader, with his party'wIH arrive off the Crow's Nest train at 4 p.m., and will be met at the station by a local committee. The Informal re. ceptlon will be held In the Y. M, C. A. At. 8.30 p.m. the. big meeting In the Majestic Mil! cum' mence. The following morning Mr. King will speak to pupils of Leth- brlrfge'5 schools In the auditorium of the Central school. COURT OF REVISION REFERENDUM VOTE the fall tbere would bo onto the Maclebd-subdivision. It will be possible lo leave Leth- bridgc on the 1.10 p.m. train for the wero .ne e u ere wou o nothing ven- much left of the west, leave. -Macjeod at 3 p.m and get credit arranged with the hank to meet Calgary aijo.imd seven o'ciock in the claims of the others. Ihe nrciilng. This will ho attractive for One of tbe delegates mentioned tbat when it came to a .claim as between crystallize tho, movement tor- more attention' Iq i.'us's in Letlibrldge during the- corning Vinter a ban- qupt was held at'lhe Y. M. C. A. last n.ijht when members this Boys' Wul- faro Council .and, others .attended aud'degided to make a canvass 6c the'cUy, commencing next Wednesd- day and finishing Saturday. A. W Forgie and Policy offered sugges- tions as to ttrganlzatioa and pfograms for i The 'nicetiife-'was: attendetl. hy n j nurnber oi'Vinnuehtial-" bnShiessmen I ind the Etioje'c'ts. brought up 'pnioyod some discretion': Day Scouts were alto of the address-1 es hy Jir. Petley arid Mr: Forgie was that .rolliildne' iiiiist form a'hig part of tlie worli.among tho hoys. I'etley was emphalic that the I work should be done-through-, the church''Slid .in. such a manner that boys will attracted lo churchos' in order taigei'a chance at Ih'e pro- sram for them" under hla plans. Every soy in Lethbrldgc Is' Ihe aim' ot Mr. Pelley und in n prepared statement .he-gave outline of brganlzatir.n. Sir I'drglc eontinually emphasized the necessity of. giving the hoys of the lirest'.ii generation a chance to grow In ;.cvery sense of the word, not only menially. Up argued thai the boys ot Wday have a mnch 'jetter chance than Ihe men of today had and that those interested have a splendid'oppor- timjty of t making good chrlsUan cit- izens for .Canada. fjontinuiTig ho' put forward the control system as the proper form, of organization. The' board ,pf .control'wouftTtie'the clearing houao for, many committees, alt of which vfotild have representatives on tho hoard of control. Every branch of the hoys' work, would .have a committee in which plans would ho formulated and placed before tr.e Kach orgatuzation hoard of control. body interested Saturdays. return trip can be made .the same'as usual, leaving Cal- UuTilerical staff of the city ba'll ami sary at ID.p.mV'oa tbe' Lethbriclge the nmployees of the power house it sleeper. would be found that the latter work-1 .ed no days flora in the year tban tho FIRE.AT PALGARY foi-mer, and if ft lei -what Oct. Fire starting was received per hour .they .wire Ket-' on tbe ground floor of tbe British Am- ling less lhan the clerical staff.... The ericau Faint sentiment ayenuo five irtlbck this city liall start'should-not-bo treated morning Ndid Jieivy -damage to Ibe on Ibe same ground as lhal of the large Block.of varnishes, 'paints and employees onlaide.- j Tho'-nieelihg was adjourned lo .4 p.m. Monday lo allow, of Ihe min- ers coming lo a decision as to the offer-mario them. in tliis work -woniu'be represented hy 'a committee. r Mr. Forgic argued that It is not a r J good taste. JOHN GILMORE Limited BAKERS AUTOMOBILE STORAGE LIVE AND DEAD STORAGE FOR WINTER Our accommodation rates and location will interest car owners In North Lelhbrldge. Day and night service. Call and see.us. North Lethbridge Garage E. J. O'Sulllyan 37? 13TH ST.'NORTH Right on 13th St. Blue Line The official magneto service sta- tion of the I. H. C. 11. paper. The-amount of loss-has not .been aiipiaiscil vet but the- insur auce is believed adequate. The inst- ance is partly carried in Vancouver Dance Hits! PLAYED with won- pep and snap! The 'newest hits from Broadway Jazz you can't resist, fox trots and one-steps that start you.on the right foot! It's hard to sit still while you listen to these: Frojs Legs.................. ..Yerhes Saxophone Sextette Dolle.....Radcrnian's Orchestra Tho Moan........Dlarrpntl .Trio Tripoli The new waltz Willis Pianos, Lti HULLJSLOCK; g No, our prices aren't high. That's a mistaken iflcn ahout custom-tailored clothes. Con- sidcriiig tho caliber of ihc expert designing, superb s tailoring antl tho finest of wool- n lens, the prices are reasonable, You'll pay about as much for an ordinary ready-to-wear Suit n or Overcoat and won't get halt the satisfaction out of your clothes. Ours are made lo your g person anil personality. I Our City Dye Works And Tailoring j Phone 6th St. S. Tho place where customers come back. Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice, The Yale Claims Damage's From Elevator Delay Caused Loss Delay in forwarding wheat placed n tbo elevator, with tbe consequence f losing tho markel ami In addition laving to pay tho new rates which" he would not have bail to do had the wheat been shipped as directed, lias cost, as he alleges, a farmer of Crad- rtock Iho aruounl of .for which he has entered a claim 'against .he elevator company together pith :ho costs.of action. The plaintiff is G. Moreland, residing near Craddoct, and the defendant tho Ogilvie Hilling Co. ot Medicine Hal. The claim slales that on or about the 9th day of September the plaintiji dc- ivered to the defendant (at its eleva- tor al Cradddck bushels and 55 pounds of wheat, with instructions to immediately load the grain on car's and ship to Fort.William. On the llth day of September tfen .-nialnliK delivered a furlher bushels and 30 pounds, with Iho same inslruclions At the time the' plaintiff delivered the whe.it he claims that he informed the defendant's agent at Craddock that he atended to sell the'wheat immediate- y he received the bills of lading, and Jrdercd Iho agent to have the wheat ramcdlatoly loaded cars which, the agent, ho stales, promised to do. On or about the 13th .of he plaintiff says bo delivered to Ihe bushels with the former nstrucUons. At Ihc time be savo the first instructions ho states lhat there were at tbe siding at