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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THB LOCAL 'MIWS WHERE TOP BXPKJT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, .OCTOBER 4, 1920 LETHPHIDGE, ALBEHTA, PAGE SEVEX.; LETHBRIDGE TO HAVE A MUNICIPAL HANGAR Important Decision Reached by the City Commia- v sioners STREET IMPROVEMENTS ON NORTH SIDE in the way of street a'nS sewc-r exten- sions cement side walks, has teen ipproved by the Board of Public imiities, Edmonton, and will be plac- ed before ratepayers in due course. Lcthbrldge will thortly have a municipal hangar, the Commit-. having Jacked on the pro- favorably. At the meeting of the council, oh Monday, 'a let- ter from LWJol. J.' Stanley Scott, Superintendent of the Certificate branch of the Air Board, Ottawa, wii read In which It was that either of the sites vltried by Major'Hobbs Was suitable but that he teemed to slightly, favor that selected, by.: tlie I-Lethbridge Alr- craft Cp. A mesting will be feetwniiVthe the Afrprift Co. to decide on the appears there have been i i. number of applications for the hahjirs and the riuinbVr U le'ea'f ihi'proveiiientt The The street extension. Is for Seven- eenth street ,N. from Third Ave.'N. o Fifth Avo.' N. Tho cement sloe walk Is for Thirteenth St. S.-on the south side of Statb, Ate. from Thlrteenlh Street easterly to a dls- lance'of 580 feet, The sewer extensions are- on twelfth Street N. from Fifth Ave. to Sixth ATB. N.; on Twelfth Street A N from Seventh Ave. to Eighth Ave.; on Sixteenth St.'N. from Sixth Ave. to Seventh1 Ave.; on Seventh Ave. N. be- ginning feet ot Thirteenth St N.; on Twelfth St. S. from Ninth ATO COO feet easterly; on Seventeenth St. S. from Eighth Ave. lo Ninln Ave. The cost of Iho slreel extension will i 12 584 of which the ratepayers' proportion is and tie city's share 5010. That of the cement side walk of which the ratepayers share is arid-tic city's That pt the sewers- of which the ratepayers' portion is and the city's share TOOK OVERDOSE. OF OIL OF WINTER- GREEN; CHILD DIED Edwin Skinner, 5 ytara and 4 uionlhs, whoso father Is em- plsjed In Carmangay, died Sat- urday .evening "after taking an overdose of oil ol tinier-green. The remains were buried in Lcthbridga this aKefuoon. 'He funeral taking place from SI. Patrick's church. Chas. Mac-. Kay had charge of tho funeral arrangements. ws or MOfOverTwo Plenty Of Work or And Bushmen One hundred and siiteen place- meuts were made last week at the local branch ol" the provincial labor bureau. Plenty ot work remains on tlio books for miners of all kinds a'nd for buBbman. The farms can still do with a good supply of help. The placements Included: threshers 57; gss engineer; cooks 2; laborers 12; nushra'en 5; steam engineers 2; auto mechanic; miners o; chute load- ers 2; fireman; truck driver; teamsters 3. Fourteen miners came fronvoat of1 the province with three jail guards and two chuto loaders..., TO HAVE COURSE IN STEAM ENGINEERING V In addition to tho schedule mapped out for tho night school in the city, arrange- ments have been niade for a course on sleaui engineering. This will slarl on Monday noxl. The night school opens lonlght There has been a very eaBJUraglng enrol- menl. The city Treasurer's financial re- port for August to hand shows a. sur- plus to date in the Stables'Ope rating department of with'a surplus ihe of. The City Shop's a surplus'for the month of bringing the surplus to dale iip to llio'38. lu the City Coal mine deficit to date of 1189.08, With a deficit for the month op August 6f ti.S2.lii making the .surplus to the fend of July of (63.08, a deficit to date of Electric' Department The reveque for the month derived from power was and'from ligh't a total of re- duced-by dlscounU, to tbe amount of to .The surplus for the .monUi after expenditure was .making the surplus to date ..Revenue Finance department, the mrmlh, with a dencit of In the street railway to be reckoned, amounted to leaving 721.06 lo be paid out of taxes. Street: Railway- Car earnings for the monili total- led made up of fares 104.06, rentals 130.00.- Operating expenses, amounted to taxes 5603.54- fire- .insurance J12.C3, sinking .fund J825.20 WINNERS OF BRONZE IN SOUTHERN' ALBERTA 1NSPJECTORATE! GETS 3 MB Magistrate Irwin Deals Wtth a Suspicions Character And His Companion After a blank of three days the city police'. court! had a number of charges to on Monday morn- Ing. John Doyle regarded as'a dan gerous characlcr, an I. W. W. from Ihe Stales, was .given three month's In tho Lethtaldge jail" by Magislrate Irwln for being in possession of an ugly lookln'g'.'SS revolver. He was ar- re sled-in. the Cpsmosolltan Hotel by Detectives Wallis an? Egan and Con- stable Mcllvena. His Iravelllng male, Charles Te'sley; .was' given one month for vagrancy, Doyle in addition to, Ihe gun hart a number of cartridges j >-hlch he was. carrying irt a sock. For running a gambling Joint In' p'rcmlEes.he occupied over the Alberta Fifth, Slreel, John and costs, and four frenuenters, all foreigners, each with costs. For creating a disturbance, liy breaking'glasses In Ihe Depot Cafe, Uerl was and cosls." C.irI John Field had to pay ?5 and r.osls for.crealltig a disturbance on the. public street. Frank Palmer was fined J5 and costs.for passing a standing street car.' .tf.ti. Dronule, imner the city 'by- law, was and costs for allow- fiig her calllc lo be at largo. FOR TRIAL ON FORGERY CHARGE For cnmmlUing forgery by signing Ihe name of Joe Foumlcr, to whom It was made payable, cm the baclc ot a chcijnp to the value of ffi2, us f.lleg- oil, and obtaining cash for it, Arthur Uould was on October 1st, nt Cole- man, 'committed for trial by A. M. Morrison, J. P.. Joo Foumler, of Pin- chcr Creek, stated thnt (ho chcqno was Issued la him by John Salvador ol Coleman for 62 chickens he had purchased frbm-hlm, Rnd had fallen into the hands of (he accused who cashed il a! Ihe Dank of Commerce, Colcmun. making a total of show- ing a total for. the month The proportioD or -worltlnE ex- penses for the month on the Red line was. the earnings 046.83i with-a: of Work- ng Blue line1 were 615 94 and Ihe, earnings showing' a gain of On ;the Wiite4me: and the loss In "operating of total, loss'Oils year np to the end ot August-in operating made up as follows: Red a loss of Blue a .gain of White a Special a gain of Total Deficit In the total deficit, including fixed chargei Ihe loss'for the period from January l'to the end of 'August was As compared to August last year tne operating deflcit. of. for the month this year is set off by n gain in August. 1919 of In Uio period from January 1 to.Ihe end of August Ibis year the operating deficjt was less in tne same "period last year, the figures being 1920, loss; 1919 loss ".DlSJiS: In'the totnl loss, operating und flxedicharges, tlie loss in the period of January 1 to end His Excellency the Duke of Devon shire, Governor General Canada donates bronze -medals for, compel! tlo'n in connection with tho recent Pub lie leaving Br arrangemenl a medal is awarded: the candidate taking the highest ag gregate incach.in spectorate, an d a the case of the larger centres, monton and Calgary, medals are don- ated to the two candidates obtaining the highest aggregate. the Southern Alberta inspector- ates the awards were as 'follows Card ston inspectorate. Ethel Lavca Wheat struck th: skids today with a vengeance. October open- ed at finished at flax followed, flax being six cents lower at the close, D. E. Harris reported at noon. The opening figure for. Octobe'r alc'o the high and the closing' figure was the low.. December opened at went up a half a cent and dropped to whtre it closed. October oats and stayed there for the dropped to -673-a for low. and closed at .6754. May oats opene'd at and closed at figures represent both tlie.jhlghvand .low. October flax cpened! at stayed there for high and dripped to for low where, it closed. QUESTiQNAIRE CARDS' FOR'BOY'S WORK SURVEiT The (iuestiorialre rirds for the boys: ir. Lelhbridge this week Seen prinled. They ssk for the name, street and number, age and oc- cupation. Church preference and Sun- day school'are; also asked aboul. Pre- to iilglil. school and the finished school in are on tho card. question .the workers consider most one asking if the willing Ibat the boy should cp'hlriouto through, a church five cents' a'week for y.M.C.A. mem- bershlp'and privileges. NEW COURT CLERIC IS NOW ON JOB Thirteen Names Added To List For Referendum Up to iioon' on STonclay, fourteen took advantage, ol It.e opening of tho Revision court, presided over by his honor Judge Jackson, to get their names pn tho voters' list complied for the prohibitlou referendum. Of these thirteen were, allowed