Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDdE DAILY HERALD TEE HERALD'S PAGE OF V LIVE LOCAL NEWS LKTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN ilEBAllOORISVERY MUCH UP AND DOWN BIRTHS SHOW LARGE INCREASE '.vlKat -marKel caused considerable excitement' in Letb' bridge and trading was brisk- through the office of D. E. Harris. Wheat was Jumping dll over the place and settled at the close with a cent drop from yester- day. At one time it was up to six cents over .'The flgyrts for Winnipeg art: Octobef'Wheat 'close opened hlsh close December, opened high close ;Oats, October, opened 67'J, close 66Ji; December, close opened 65fa. .close On the same .Vrlarfcet flax drop- ped seven canjLfi .for .October de- livery and five Along With .Christophers} Ap pearcd at Miners Hal! On and Then Work" the Slogan R. E. Bray, the released Winnipeg' Btriker and P. Christophers afc In the city and ail reported, addressed a meeting of miners-Ill the Miners' Hall on Sunday. There.were present be- tween forty and number o! miners being supplemented by about fifteen' outsiders. Bray gave a history of his arrest at the time of the Win- nipeg strike, ana stated -that, the "capitalistic" press had mentioned that there were only 800 men in tho notor- ious parade held, while in reality there were SOQO: He dealt with organized labor uiid spoke "of the "solidarity" ol the Winnipeg strike which said, have- been a success labor ber. Rye .one cent artd barley about the same for October ar.d December.' The Chicago market was about the same. December wheat open- ed at S1.95 anoTclosed at to March wheat opened at and; closed at. 51..88J4.'. to December- -oats dropped about'e cent and May oats three- The-Saskatchewan- Heralp, one of.iheioldest newspaptrc publish-, ed In western Canada, and cllll Is- sued at Battleford, recalls that the price of wheat on the Reglna mar- ket thirty years ago; September 27 was forty cents and the Win- nipeg market was forty-four cents. So there Is still reason to Join in the chorus "Oh-ain't it a grand and glorious raise II they' got It, saying that tho 0 B: U. would be lees than three months and would then get Ihfm- another Christophers on to say that hB would not advise the men to strike any longer than one week and then go back to'work a few. days, return- ing to come out again. By this means they would not bring on themselves financial hardships. He told the meet- lug that, if the miners were .satisfied with the "check-off" it was all right, but if not they knew what to do. He did not ask this camp to in sympathy with the Drnmhellcr miners. The two men harangued, the meet- ing for two hours. Uirths it! tbe-Hty shovved d couslderaule incfcase In Sep- tember as compared to tlic tauiii mouth' last year.. There were 53 births against 3S in September 19JS. "Marriages showed, an.Increase of two, the figures helng Sepicmb.ar -I- 1920, 10, .September 1M9. 14. Deaths iu SeoU'inbcj total led 11 as against 13 tu inonth last year. IBCflfERM -j ONLY ONE NAME AUDcf> The demand. grown in sontlv era Alberla remains slrorig, W. A. Hamilton', of Fa'rm .Products Elated this morning.vThe. chief trouble ,tlte farmers are experiencing 'now is to get the alfalfa baled and hauled tr the They liave heei so busy with otlier farming operations that tliis end has been somewhat neg leoted "the past .few weeks. UoJai-y Club Will Hear Mr. Pet- ley at Next Monday's Meeting Plans for cooperation with the boys' work Y.M.CJA. were yesterday's meeting of the Rotary, Cluh. Instructions were Isfued to the boys'1 -'work committee to appoint a confer, wltli-the'officials ot now being inaugurated to. get their view- point and to' see Jn'hat.the notary Club can do :tp'help matters, alougr. -An luvilaUon will be issued to B.'L. Petley, boys' work secretary of .the Y.M.CJi. to appear before a general meeting- of; the. Rotary Cluh nexl londay 'to'.; give his" Ideas of hoys' and togive some, suggestions as o how the notary Club can penile during the coming winter In ringing all' the' hos'B of'Lethbridge nder the'Influence ot tho Y.Ji.C.A. Several were.deceived, one jf which informed the Rotarians tha he club came out the recent car to This-sun put in a fund for community ierVice" and will be used during the year. to the meeting were I'liil. Sprung, of Calgary, Dr. Heatley, who attended with Mr. W. H. Fairfleld, and Mr. Kennedy, of Winnipeg. FILM ANOTHER OF "RALPH CONNOR'S" GEO. MORRISON Of Calgary, the new ofliclal reporte for the Supreme uud District Court at Lethbridge. Only one more up.me was added to the revision list, for the prohibition referendum ou making a total for tho day of H names. Today his Honor is ousy with tho opening of the special silling of the v Man Charged With Vicious Of Breaker Given Two Months T 5 which taWng quitB-a quau fetters placed on 'The.price for alfalfa has.been C7Jirs, ?nd stated '.27 a ton, for "timoths nere were gelling tlmnthv and alfalfa i Uolicf as strikers.- having-broken the. (he rjeouie'b'y. the -C thai the; worters there were getting now what Ihey did not hofqre, the.full value of what their labor produced v.-itliont any profits for the bosses. stated'he was" an enthusiastic sup S'Ortcr of the 0. B. U. ,8 Denies Strike a Failure I'. Christophers followed say- ing that the Jlminhellcr strike "was lie! a failure. I to hncl just- come from (hero, ami inspite of the'press reports Im said (hat in the whole valley Ihoro vire not sisly. men working. He re- fon-ed to tha fact that the Hon.. Gi.l- Itoliertson, Minister of Labor, had i c-tused to receive n deputation of ten from the 0. B. U. and had turn- down ail invitation to he present -tit the mais ineeUug- held. Tim SIIEBK- 01- advised til? men to take the The fchiet- demand for hay from ti. Lcthbridge district bas.been from the Crow's Nest and Nelson' cojiitry LUXURY TAX COIlECTiONS TAKE A Five Thousand Dollars iLess in September than the Prev- ious Month Ijuxnry Tax collectionsi In Leth- bridge during September took a big droji. The '.drop, approximates five thousand dollars. figures an- uom ced hi Mr C Wood, 'inland rev- enue pIKcer'-rplUnjr For" Sales Tax 1.07S.S7 Luiurj Tat OFflCERS FOR BOND VOTE IN LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN DISTRICC OrganizKtiou .of thcvmolion picture producing company in Lethbridge is beine held -up -through the screening ot Ralph Connor's' books "by Ernest Shipriian is'Winnipeg. Mr. Shipmau is Total The total for August was Arthur Quiutard, alias Cameron, ap peareil before Judge Ja'claon, ou Tues day, and pleaded guilty to chare of Etealins the two passenger Nas! roadster belonging to Leech. H elected for speedy trial and sentcuc was postponed to two o'clock ou Fr day. Camiibellthe. youth who e: cajied from custody from tho provii clal jail war. sentenced to two inonth dating from today, Octoher 5th. Thomas Lyun appeared for Eeulencfl on the charge on which he was con- that he on or about June 19th did' attempt carntil knowledge with a irl under the years of fourteen who ai the time was not his wife, lie was given a year- in the provincial jail This was the case which created some excitement at the time when two girls one of'seven years and the other o en and a half, whose parents reside n North Lethhridge, were missed am' ater after a search made were founi in the shriek accused when ;hey liad'paiaei the night. Tho board ot trustees of the Leth- ridge Northern Irrigation district his afteraoon passed ou the by-law to >e voted on by the farmers ot the dis- rlct on October 21. The by-law calls or tho issuing of worth of hlrty year, seven per cent, deueu- .urea to cover the cost of coostruc- !on. After -vcrcomlng many causes for delay tod ly the board.ot trustees pass- ed their final judgment on the by-law and authorized its publication to com- mence lin Wednesday. This will give them ample time to have tho election oil October 21. Fourteen days Is the. time for advertising the by-law under the 1920 Irrigation act. For the first ssven years only inter- est shall be paid, which will amount annually to for that-period. Commencing with the eighth year the interest sum will uaturaily lessen as the principal Is paid. Th? first pay- ment of principal will total Tho last payment of interest and pritt' tipal will amount to 5479.00S.98. Arrangements were made for tha ne of the prime-movers in new com any for Lethbridge and Ken Bishop, r.other .of who Is pro rietof of the Phoenix Theatre, receiv cl notice thls-mornlug of the f another, ot This: time -It isVs-'Caineron-. of the toyal-XIounted." It: is 'not likely-thf utilization ;of the local company -wit je completed Defore.this film is finish ed. The Canadian made picture cam >aigu has reachedjSpgland. Mr. Shiii nail has received a hooking fo 'Back to'God's DON'TFORGET The only place where" you can get your shoes repaired hy prae-- llcal'shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone .693 3 doors S.'of Colonial Theatre TO PROMOTE U.F.A. MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN IN LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT polling hoolhs at today's meeting. G. It. Dunning, secretary of the district, was appointed returning officer. Thu polling booths will be situated at Irdii Springs post office, with deputy re- turning officer B. B. Spencer iu charge; D. D. Orcutt's residence on SAV. Sec. 27-11-21, with deputy re- turning officer J. R. Bulmer in charge; Miners' Hall, Commerce, with deputy returning officer Harry' Johnston In- charge; Pool hall, with de-. puty returning offJcer H. B. Fuller In charge; with deputv returiilug1 officer James John soil In charge; Residence of Hugh Mi> lulosh, N.B.-U.See. 26-9-26, with Mclntosh in cnirge. Potato Crop Is light; Can Meet Local Demand To' arrange for the membership campaign of the U.F.A. in. the Lcthbridge district a meeting of the directors of the Lethbridge district has been called for 2 p.m. October 12 in the office of farm Products. This campaign is Ing to include Manitoba, Saskat- chcwan arid-Alberta and will be conducted during ,the first week. in November. rORA LIVE AMD DEAD STORAGE FOR. Our accommodation rates arid- interest car in North Lethbridge; Day and ninhi sirvice. CaU and see us.'' North Lethbridge Garage .'E, J. O'Suttlvan, N. The official magneto ssrvice sta- tion of the I. H. C. You may have looked at a Suit, an Overcoat, a Dress, a .Waist or any other article of wearing apnarel and believed it to be unfit'for further service..- Fool- ishly, you wpro ready to send it to the rag liec'p. Thai's, a "nmtake. Send your clothes to a thorough dry .'cleaning. Our special process willjShow you how fresh and clea-.! wo .can make yoiir old; garments' and give additional wear. Our City Dye Works. Phone 5th St. S. The plaoo .where cujtomers <-ome back.. A DELIGHTFUL DRINK Here's a refreshing, liho- able drink for child or adult. It's a beverage thivt you cnn wllh safety and serve at your tnblu or to your guesta. It at your favorite fountain tbiliiy. A FULL LINE OF SOFT DRINKS-ALL FLAVORS 8 Always in good taate; JOHN Cll MORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His, Advice, Yale FIFTH sTneer SOUTH "OLD CHIEF" BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER If not, hsk your grocer for this the next time you need butter and if'lie cannot supply you let us have his People that have used it say It is Booil and como back for morn and you will do the same. All tho leading Grocers In thn city are handling Ibis fine bntnd of butler. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1S23 Shall ttie Importa. lion or bringing Intoxicating KquorO: the Province ba forbidden} Shall tho Importa- tion or bringing pf urn U intoxicating liquors Ifjl I into the Province be lfc" forbidden? Inserted by Social Service League FARMERS I'oliito digging In southern lAlberta Is now growing general, stated A Hamilton this The; supply is not as large as .during, the past live, years and the quality is not. of tlu best. The dry weather during Jime and again during August and SepteuY ber liad a detrimental affect on them. Sir. Hamilton expects the potato crop, will be Urge enough, to'.supply the local demand and no more. Forty dol- lars 'a ton is being secured. Courtesy At.tho Willis. I'iiiiio Store you are' met hy willing, intelligent salespeople, .whose oiie desire is that you. shall be entirely satisfied. They know the records, they can help tho-ones you like iiest, nnd they take prido iu doing their work well. Comfort Attractive, spacious" so that you do .not have to -Easy, chairs 'in which lo_rest while yon hear.the'rccurtls. Bvery detail that contributes to your comfort has lieen provided. Completeness Three superb, iiistruineiits from which to make your llic New. Aft McLagau, Aeolian Vocalloii, and Symphony. Vast stocks of Victor records.' Full _' liito of ucccFsorics, alliums, AT YOU R NOW AND Willis Pianos HULL BLOCK Even though you are busy in the harvest, do not forget that "Mother Cow" fed and clothed you when, there was no harvest, Look Sifter her now, for the price of butter f at has advanced again Sweet Cream-----80c per Bulterfat No. 1 Sour Cream.....60c per 1b, Butterfat No. 2 Sour Cream.....57c per Ib. Butterfat Ship your cream to us for the best price and prompt returns. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 Lethbridge School District No. 51 Night Glasses Classes have been organized and will eonimence work on MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER following subjects: AT THE MANUAL TRAINING 'SCHOOL- ARITHMETIC AND ENGLISH; SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING AMD BOOKKEEPING; MOTOR MECHANICS; CLASSES. AT WESTMINSTER PIT" AND FIRE BOSS; ENGLISH FOR BEGINNERS, Further enrolment will be made at ellhor of the above schools' every MONDAY1 and THURSDAY evenings at 7.30. Tho Trustees wish to announce that classes will be organized., and commence work on Monday, October llth, In thp.Manual Train- ing building, for twndldatos .wishing to tako tho esitmlinllon Steam Kngluror, or any person interested in these classes. s (Sfid.) J. E. HODGS6N, Siilierlntendent of Schools.