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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Xetbbrfoge Ifoeralfc All The Local News Where You Expect It MONDAY, OC.TOUKH C. 1919 LliTUDUIDCE. ALBfc'HTA. I'AtiK SKYKN fflCEQFlK GOES .10 J] CIS. 1TONID. Makes InlertHt ing Slutemtnt on Milk Situation Iu a letter lo Ibe- rlerild Manager U. Curlyle of C'ryiUl lialTy nuiei iriureillni announce- inrnl (bat Ihe price o! milt goe? to 17 tcnls a qujrl ou Wednesday. He With your permission I tiruuU like Iu throw a little light on ihe milk f have been (or the price of lullk (or lour years until Junt- In June 1 turned il over I" tiiu ie iix days a week, aoj thlny sii hours older once i week an there no Sunday train. >el at tea cenli undelivered It would ecu the con win- 15 3-4 cents quirl; not 15 tenU Blattil. or ]uil 1 1-4 cculx a quart less lha 11 tbo urke decided upon by your local as the lowest price we can afford to lake for the winter ThU prh'o will mean to some -pro- ducuri a rmall nrofii. lo BOOIO an break, and to one ur two actual bsi, but U U the fafrcsl. we can rime, and we hellevo lUo people of bridge ire willing to for what they are not and children to work (or nothing, ai 1? ufttu rlone la lue in I Ik builneis. We KdverlUed thu meeting ibai consider- ed ibe price and Invited consumers lo today, 'attend. Out of the two thouiand or more fa indies tq cily who milk uot oua wfli repreienlod. Au- HarciUly they expect UB lo do what right, and we Lave tried lo do so. Ygun sincerely. W. J, For tho Board o( Directors, Lelhbrjdge -Milk Producers -Association. lalL In June 1 turned il over I" tue _ and I get j M i I I y 5 l-1c per quart for lianjIiUE. Since I KUI I I thtu'thc producers have Ret tho price' III IUU I (he consumer ha? paid it. but has novcr been present at auy ot the meet- ings to maKe a protest. 1 do not doubl ibai i( strong rcprnscntallons had hccn made niecliugn that the uoutd still be. He or 15c A quart. H Is certainly a onesided bargalul, w.i. M it is ami will alwayj Lc until nn Attendance VI ilh Unitll active part is taken by sonio of Inc litlblii. c. j The L'ardaion statetucnt is conccl In that they have enough milk to sup- ply buj il i? not correct in thai nicy TVCTC from sciiddiE iii their milk for fear llm a surplus Mould cauf.c. a droii in price. t'nrdston did ahlp milk lo l.elh- lirldio last winter anil spring, until Iho mlddle-of when Iho weather became warm ami over 50 per cent of their Fhlpincnls. arrived dour anil un- fit for use. II .i llieir own fault Hint they lost the nmrkc-t because Ihoy wquM.nol take of tbe milk. 11 Is Inleresllne to note that the farmers of Cardaton can milk ing of Memorial Taulel Special feature iiiR the nrico ol mill; on Wednesday! iho Sch. ao that iiillk will bo Uc; a yii2rl on Wednesday. Yours IruK U. P. CARLYLE. Milk Producers Side of It .The following letter has also Leon received from llic Milk Producers Association: The cn'or of Cardalon people lo sup- ply milk 10 I.ethbrlOge.at a Deduced price'- aV repbrtcd In your Saturday isauc Is naturally of interest pTodutcr.i and "consumers lierc. Jo QuHfl asree willi your whon.ho hwdS'Mhe articlo "Cheaper Milk.' rather (nun "Milk Cheaper." II. has coal Lalbbrldge dairymen thousands ot dollars to put in the san- itary.'equipment and buildings Iniisloil upon..and nullc rightly hiBlsled.upon Ine Doard of Itcallb, cjardslon milk is not produced under "supervision of (he local health and wo sntmil that- some such Kupen-lslon ts icry ucccsgary. The Crystal Dnlry tried last winter lo nso- iullk from thla same Cardston cream-' n'ry. lo giro it up, not as slat- ed because It R-onld havo forced down our prloe, but because a Urge percent- age of it was sour before il reached. Irfthbridcc. tbe beit of toiidllionE ton milk rould Lo twelve Iioura older than local milk wbeti delivered- In Tho Rally Smites hold in Wesle; church yesterday nCternoon vtra mos Nolwlilistandlns tha three clRsscs were he low normal, th Itcntlanco am) ottering yesterday WB Ihe Inrccsl for sonic years. Mr. Pciers. tho superii'tcndont, presided and Dr. Hirers led in the openln prayer. The proRrnm Ihroushoul was tcllcnl. Tho chorus by Hie EC under the leadership ol Mr. T, S. Fe tcrly wild Miss Henry and Mr. Ja Henry as accompanists, went with -v.-lng. The beeimicrs under the leai of. lira. Taylor, and the primar leader, rendered very appropriate sc eclions. Speclol mention ought to b made of the Junior choir. This Is the IrsL since winning 11 shield at th< recent festival and the selection hearty applause. The addriasea Ly Mr. n. Johns.li and Dr. Uidck wero very Johnston, a returned eoldicr, spoko o service, basing Iiis remarVa on I" outstanding qualities of H soldier, lo Lly. alerlness and ndollty. Dr. Bla ..poke on Hie problems ol Ihe new dn Times were changing, new .problems were belne presented, est agency hi" helping the ooya and girls to meet these was Inrcmgh the Sunday school. This he declared to lie the greatcsl problem.of (hf, 20th uilding Permits Many Times Larger Than Year Ago Pass There are considerable and out- xndltif Increases in (he monthly re- rn? Tor September in regard to the us Loin B Bud the building permits. )i former there is an Increase of over that ol September latter aci Increase ol The big increase In the APPEAL IN SAL! I Cold whlcb. concerns a land deal ai Milk River C. McCalt. K.C., will an pear for the appellant aud S. llakl for (be respondent. 915. and lit ver J26.00U. uildiiig permits is accounted In tliaT icre ivcrc some big expenditures li cases. were Ih urns of JT.SOO for Ihr wong on Lung, on outh. the residence of Louis n Eleventh. Street Valued at ?4.MD, ho three collages build by William on Fifth Avenue at ILe cost oT 5.003. Iho residence ol Joseph Miller n Twelfth Street C. north at the cosi I and the addition to the C. General offices at the depot at ho cost Cuatomi Return The perniiis :for the year ndlng September snow increase over that ol the same pcr- od last ytar. .The figures. are Ibis ear last year The (Inures lor the Customa am Soptc-rabor. 1013, ti3.953.45; Sept em her, I31S, In the building permits Inn figures arc September 1919, J2G.R4Q. September. 1STB, Post Olfice Relurni Tlio Post OGlce returns for Sentem her shoiv Hi at llio Rale of stamps has remained stationary, in the com par I son between the month this year am ;he month last year. The flpires arc September. 1919, September 191S. S4.C17.S2. Money orders isiusd show an increase with tlic figures 539.10 for September and 410.30 for September, 1918, Moue: orders paid -were for Sep (ember -1915, and f for Scp temuer, 1918- 'Postal notes sold, Seu lember. 1915, September 19] S, JS10.25. Poslal notes paid, Bep lember. 1019, Scptcmbei 191S. Savings Bank deposit show a decrease in September, 1019 as compared wilh Hie same tnonl last year, Iho figures are; 1319, and 191S, J2.93S.OO. There veto 334 Thrift' Stamps sold 'mounting to and 41 War Say- slSmpa amounting to. The appeil court opens in Calgary today. In the lUt thero are some half-'. cases. Among UitGal IB lb.3 casft of Salt vs. the town of] CarJslon where Judgment lor S10.0W n In fiver or the here. Mr. C. K. JamleaoD. ot HOSE and Jjrtilesoa, appeared for ami he wilt conduct hts case la Calgary before ibe appellate court. A. 11.1 retained by I nltiil BO white yugar iu Mock so far us Thursday last. It may be ibai in j referring to .Mr. Gram hid iht' variety In uilud, I TLe eiluaiiun In tUv city In regard (o sugar has bec-u a little relies el by i ihe arrival of a small car Monday; to CampbtLL Wll-1 von anil Ilorae. Only about of (hit. bowever. Is the rest j )elLg Of the 34.M'0 ou .ho car, the sujar cotuprlies -OU aacks. or It wuulil au-; pear that ihe retluera are endeavoring' to meet ill? order ot ihe bcanl ofj coQimerte as to ut Lo Ihe pnilrks by maklup ihe car- load quauiliy to bo ?hlppej In come Evidence Given Before H. C. of L. I'robe is Not Borne Oul By Facts Clarke. K.CV, nas been the town or Cardston, nn.ui Z. W. Jacobs. lollcltor for Ibe lown. I On a vlMt lo Calgiry. J. A. Grant, Another local caso which has Columbia fruit commissioner, appealed is ibat ot Leech TB. tbe ciiy la reported to haye sntd that sugar of J-cthbridge. This was tbe claim for damages against the clly by Dr. it-re erected by I Leech for Injurieb suittlned by a col- Sccoi.u Arcr-uc. between the car he was driving ud a street car on 3rd Arc. South. be dismissed Mr, J. n. Palmer bean] appear or the appellant and S. Bali for le respondent. A third case Js that o[ Storer uiore plsalUul In ant] Lctbbri'Jjo than In auy other prairie lEUSVEISHE'S Mayor o[ h'Uinonton gave an eihibiiiou of bis powers at ibt vfieraus' flub ai the coutinuatlou up to Iho requlrtrtjeiiu by the addl-iof Ibe uroceedicgs there after the lLoa of syrup. lo the j.filice bacl Ol, TliuraLtay nighi. carload. Hie last one that camo In VK about a week ago. The lte accompauimeut of the piano that has roma tp will not very whistled the "Mucking Bird." He s, besides IhoBD of Ihe clly. ilie< brought bid lo Le'hbridge photos needs ol ihc country v.lll hav-; to be Sand a film of the Prince visit lo Etl- j Dionton. which he yresenleU to tte slluailon Ju the clly ha.i Prince ai ibe conclusion of his visit at UDL improved a gieat deal from It has been will bt, in iht ivey of shortage, referred lowever, greatly relieved [EooO spun a.n In regan] lo Winnipeg ft nuy. ibe ccnarulBEloDer states, but point. be- from lorejligallons ciado by the Her- ald the statement docs not apply to Lelhbridse, At the end of last week tbo supplies oT the Kere reduced to nothing, hi fact, iu some of. the retail stores there was veierans" club. President Long- to Mayor Clarke as a and also said that Mayor Ihe uloic of the canning season Hardie was as sowl a aporl. Three whlcu Is Hearing Its end. cheers given (or both mayors. tie tras Jeavinj. Mayor Clarfee aaid jihai tie believed that the CANADIAN DECORATED {should sei the gmtuily and 1 thai Ihe KiSmonton <-ivlc council hail LONDON, Oct. Kergt.-jenttoncd il. What Is more." Major A. H. Frame, of the Canadians, [added. "I tan tell you wUere you can has been Awarded the bar to D.C.M- for Archangel operations, theiset (he the bankers auU I am oue of ibeni." century; ajij to make this eHeclivc, he made a strong plea ror all tho mem- bers to get bcliina the Sunday school work, ftnil lo link themselves iip with it. Memorial Tablet U rival ltd One TPry interesting [eaturb o[ Ihc lirograDimc tlie unveiling oi a Memorial Tablet, while Mr. Tarrant LIEUUG. IF YOU ARE r-ARTlC-! ULAR, GET YOUR MEATS HERE. R. COULTRY Phone 492 Alblr-.l Mitt sans, "In Flanders Mr. V. Red- mond In khald and Mr. n. Hardy in Ihe blue ot the. navy, unveilort the tali let containing four names of men who had been members of Ihe Wesley Sun day School. These were: Llonl. R Serel. K. Haley Serel. J. H. Hamilton, Pie: A. Lipping well. AI tho conclusion the. pasloi led in prayer. Prayer by Flev. Buchana; bronchi a very successful rally to a conclusion. Too much credit cannot be given t< Mra. T. S. Fctterly r.nd Mr. J. Peters superintendents of the Sunday acliool rf CLUB CAFE Ihe'Bcsl" 35c Meal Iu Ihe Cily. Sen-Ice. CoKeo French la Olllerent. LIKELY TO CO BACK TO STANDAHD TIME ON OCTOBER 2tlri II Is undl-rstootVlhat the C. 4 P. R. will go back to-slandard lime ;n the running; of the (rains on October" There will be no changes In the Eerie- dulrs beyond palling'' the ser- vice an hour forward. to con- form to local alandard time. 'astr.y UNDERTAKING i MACKAYtndBELL '33 3rd Avtnue 1102 FRESH F IS H FROM THE LAKES AND OCEAN! HUM The VanconTtr Fkb Mwket llock Phtna JW ootf Control- Llceplt Applied Fir, E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank The Christian Glens' League held Us egular Sunday aiecllns yDSltrday amoon in the V. M. C. A. at 3 o'clock. The attendance was not as large ai ould hare licen accommodated, but tiose nreaent were well repaid TJ? the excepLior.ally intcresLinE address ol ho speaker. Men Virtue's subject was on our iart towards our Delgiau, Krencli and American Brolhcra, and he aUcmpIed show that the reason there were not better relations between us and our lorclsn brothers, was because we iarl not sufficient of the "love thy neighbor" spirit in our hearts, nor trust each oilier enough. He gave several fourhmp little inci- dents of the fine spirit of some ot Iho inhabitants of Ihe Invaded land ha iad come acrois-. One old TIP live wom- an nursed a number of the wounded boy.1; so lemtarly nnd so veil, thai they terniert her the Mother ot the Battery. Iu another .nslance after his Battery clenrert Ihe Germans out of a smalt town, Anil the Commander iraa at his wits end for a place ID sleep for his men, Ihc Inhabitants turned out of (heir beds licdilr. and made the men take their beds. In another town Ihe boy.i .were all presented on leaving, with a large parcel containing a lunch which could ill he spared by the In- habllants. but which thoy ITRTO In IhaL wonderful spirit of brotherly lore In whlrh they wero wllltng lo share all with the boya who hud come lo" help them. Lieu I. VJrlHC also spoke of (ho part played in confltct, and liow her entrance was ao appoint- ed and vlt.il lo the Allies at thai mom- despite the relative srenllncss oi lier army in coraparEaon with the olhej- A The Rpeakor's elm was an endeavor to bring1 his audlei.ce an appeal for a better feeling for our Foreign All toil Brothers, and a belter under- udlnE of our American Cousins and generally H broader conception of the Fatherland of Qod and Brolhorhood or Man. These, mccllngfi arc open to Ino puh- lie, nnij nil men, particularly CTF, arc Invited lo allcud, a wel- tome Is promised to all. THE ROVAL AUTOGRAPH The Prince of Waits njtndid President Longwortb of tho loral OAV.V.Ai- bis RUlograpli "Kflward I'." a? his signature of enrolment an a member of the orgnnlrallon. TMS will be placed on canvas nnd framcrl antl preserved In (lie rvs n pniivcnlr of Hie royal visit nud of [lie ucw "c Keep Chiclets a Secret! N VOUR. pocket-size packet of Chiclets will soon dis- appear opce they know where you 'regularly keep it. For, this dainty, candy-coated gum is a prized and popular confection. The "Chiclet pocket" is a wise habit to adopt. After meals or after smoking, when work is rushed pr when .riding to and fro, the fine peppermint flavor of Chiclets is Delightful." Next lime you buy Cliicltls, buy lu-o (or your pocket and one (or Ihosc whc Lnow where your "Chiclet pocket" is. At most storei iu tiic block. Ten for 5 cents. Kor 75 cents A generous family-size "week- end" box. Adams product, particularly prepared I Canadian Cum Co., Limited, Toronlo, Winnipeg, Vancouver, ;