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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News I tbe 3Letbbvfo0e All The Local News Where You Expect It TUHSDAY, OCTOWCll 7, I'Jl'J AL13EHTA. c Whites Win H.S. Election .j. ff. k' v Marjorie Sherlock Premier o OVER FIVE HUNDRED LIBRARY SUBSCRIBERS OBITUARY" All parliamentary precedents v.-t-re irt aside yesterday wlicn Ihe studeiiU High School chose as premier ol the students parliament, a ladv, hi.iho person of ,Mlss Marjorlc Sherlock. wliofcby a vole of 102 lo 93 defeated John iJeuooa for covet- ed honor. For several days election has licen 'runnlug hieh among the 13luc I'.irty and Iho White Party. Election what the Whites hoped to carry through ir in I The voting by ballot then loofc pJaue and on enumeration of the votes It was touna Hut tho Whites had won over tho Uluea by ilie narrow margin oC niue Totes out of a ibtal vole ol almost 200 students. x Vnilcr While government. a sood lime 13 being looked forward Lo in all departments of student activities. of many aiid varied designs In athletics, baslmball and hockey adorned the bulletin .board, and, tlicso will tako lha chief places. showed tii-cnuily skill lo drawing in dramatics, a club will be organ- ant] yciso making. The cicitement izcrj io present plays before the mlrainatcd yesterday afternoon when', Gi1ta and alio lo give public perform- liio voting Tor Premier look place Debating wlU be encouraged the school auditorium. Tho claims the Lelhbrldge School llic Dluea were ably suslainti by dies- ler Uciawanger who was evidently op posed to tho Idea of n lady premier. I 'ill eager for a lady opposition lead- strive to bring back to LethbrldgQ the cup Emblematic ol provincinl cham futons hip in debating among high John Ucuoon Iho leader of the blues in an eloquent and convincing ipcGfh outlined Ihe parliamentary constitution and platform on .which (he Blurs look their aiand. ills hpcccb was punctuated by 'frequent applause tiom his Irrepressible followers. Tiio Party then had their In- niiiKS. Walter Webb, iu his intro- ductory remarks emphasized Ihci fit- ness of the leader of Iho Whiles to Jill the high position of premier. He llieir the White form or in detail and poinlc-i out several of Us advantages. 'Marjorie Sherlock, the While lender, in a nuent wml Icllinr, siicech explained in detail f schools. A Glee, Club and High School, or- chestra will take care of the musical department. Social activities will be well looked after. Altogether the 1.. H. S. promises to have a good It me Lhis term. There are now over 500 lub- lo llio public library and cearJ? books In- dexed. These books arc reaJy for circulation. At present there arc nearly IGflQ volumes oui on loan. That Interest Is sustained in ihe library IB shown lii the number of new books in the way of donations that Keep coming in. In ad- v-Hul Did Neil Escape I'rOm ditlon tu toe there Is a Rood supply ot new magazines and papers for readers. Jail as Dispatch Stated 1 WILCOX A very tad death occurred last ing at th-3 Gilt when Violet Wllcox. aged twenty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. XVilrox of this passed away. Miss Wil- coi ras operated upon on Sunday anil no hope (or bor recovery lias been cn> lertalued since the operation. The I family had Just recently arrived in ihe city from England; ihe father Vihu has been oversea for some time bad ac- tepteil tho position of caretaker for KLectvvooJ fdiool. Beside her parents the deceased Ja survived Ly one broth- er. Funeral be held on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock from Kellerly'e Undertaking Parlors. City Will Fight Gas Company's o Cut off Large Users .Changej in Trains Service Effective Oct. 12, 1919. Trains S'os. 13 and 14 between Moose Jaw and Vancouver will1 uo withdrawn. Lost Ihrougli No. 13 will leave Moose Jaw Ocl- IL. passing Calgary Ocl. 13. "Last No. H will leaio Vancouver Oct.-'II, passing Calgary, Oct. 12. Trains Xcs. 1 and 2 will be'on- sratcfl via- the subdi- vision aa follows: Xo. I" Dally 21.20 Lv Med. Hat 1.25' f M5 -Darstow. f-2.0i' yirangmuir 2.21 Carseland i- 2.30 Daleniead' I f H.ou Indus ?-GW f o.lS .Snepard 2.37J S.55 Ar, Oalgary Ly Train No. 3 will arrive Medi- Hat daily at 12.45 aDd'leavc al Traln 511 urllMcavc Medicine Hal ilaily except Sunday at 12.00. For furliier particulars sp- ply lo any. Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or lo J. E, PROCTOR District-I'assenger Agent, Calgary, Alia. A VancouTtir press dispatch slaies1: thai a desperado, kntmn In Los An I geles under the name of Nyland, and i j In Vancouver as George Leaf, kilted i hloiielf In the Caliiornlan city last 1 Suuday lo avoid capture after a. gun I fight with Ihe police, lie has been I as tbe man held responsible j- by the Veneouver police for the mur- der In ihe coast city twelve months i ago of Thomas J. Roberts and Henry I Ham en who were shoi In a card game. The dispatch coutlnues lhat Ihe man's real naiuu Is thought to be Lchlencn and finger prints lakeu of him in Lelhbrhlgc, where he broke Jail, and .Ihe identification. This, BO far as tbe LetTibridgc end ol the story goes, is not substantially correct, as George-Leaf, as ho was known, did not break jail here nui i October Olh is by royal prnclama was released vat tbe and of tbe term I lion issued by the 'Governor-General, I tic waa serving, thai of two years, less j to be observed as Fire Prevention Day; a day. on June Hlli last. He was 'throughout the province and will'. be senl down lo Dr. nivera from Calgary so regarded in tbe city. There will be where he was convicted and seoLecc- Doe Faces Charge Alone As His Pal Decamps, Eslrealing; Hail Chicf Hardy Warns Large Num- ber of Properly Owners lo Remove Rubbish Samuel Priso, who along w'.lh John Appellate Court New Silling in Doc, was lo apjiear before Magistrate I The qucaticn of '.he rlphl of thi 9JS company to refuse large con- Eumers the supply of 13 to be Ihrathed out by the city council. In common with other usera of gas on a large tcale, the city hall has been notified that the gas sup- ply will be discontinued during the winter and warned to make pro- visions for burning coal. The action of the council is on behalf of large consumers generally. In conformity with the city solicitor has been in- Blrur.teo' to protect the city's In- terest and right, lo continue the use of gas as guaranteed In the bylaw. Calgary Hearing Five Local Appeals Irvin al tlic city police i-oin-l on Tues day morning: la fia-e the cbarfie ol ptekilJB nofkcts at the lepol. when No. 2 Ar :i.52f. :l-2Tt S.ICi -1.0H Will Move Nearly Head And Slock Their Range With Sheep j special lessons in the schools on firojed lor i prevention. In respect Jo fire prevention, an luioiidmenl ban been made in tbe code whereby It is-maile.a criminal offence In the case of those wbo negliEenlly, _ or otherwise, ara instrumental in ther causing of fires. -Those who have been warnei by the Chief of Poljce as to the removal of ruubisli thai may cause flreS will be held responsible for hen. such fires if the warning i ia-not fSn-ccl Grass Advocate.) five thousand Lead of calLle arcvLeing Ehlpiied Irom here to Chi- cago over the Great XorlLern rnjlway. The cattle are owucd liy' Knight and Watson, the well known slqcfcrnen ol Alberta. They are being drove heeded. Furlher. they 'are open to prosetuliou lor neglecting to cbey the warning, In (lie fact lhat the annual wastage j from fires runs Lo average-of twenty millions in the Dominion, and year, came up to ihirtv-lLrce mil- lions, fires are receiving flie" cloie at- tention of the authorities. In (he province of Alberta there was damage caused by fires to the extent of two millions In 191S. yrilh a Loll ol siily- Viclory Bonds 1910 Oiler Hack- ing That is Bey.ond Any Quesiioning from south and west of Raymond. one lives. IL is esiimaled lhat fully seventy-five per cent of these fires were IF YOU. ARE PARTIC- ULAR, GET YOUR MEATS HERE. R. COULTRY Phone 492 bcrtii, a distance o( over'- GOj mile's. The Ilrsl bunch inclutllug cows, calves prevenliblcv in Lh and ateers, arrived by carelessness. evening, and the of-30 cow- boy.s atnl the bellow of-Lhe Immense bunch o[ animals could be heard long before-Ihey wore Early ycs- Lerday mofnlug they were loaded into cars. Tlie first tniin comprised aTioul I W. J; -Herman, of ilelcna; 3. Coleman, .'of Havre; A. U. Mcllbnald.! of Superior. Wise., anil C. C. Sims, ot1 UvereU, Wasb., all Great.' Northern" officials, nAd J. Watsob, of'Iho Knight and Watson [irni arc directing Llic shipping. This is Ihe biggest hlpmcnl ever made from tills pbtnl. Ray passed through .Sweet Salurdny, Salt c staled thnt Ihe company this (all III dispose of practically "ail of Ua i.ock in Hhc vicinity of Raymond, caning that nearly ll.CQO are to be noved. Knlghl staled, further, lat iho rorigc will be restocked with i) ID (he spring. prevenliblr, in LhaL Lhcy were caused CLUB.. CAFE'- We Sorvc'lhe Hcsl 35c Meal lii Ihe'CIly- Qulck Service. Our Coffee and French Pastry .Is UNDERTAKING MACKAY and BELL 403 3rd-Avenue 1802 FRESH FISH Country Slands in Proud'Posi- tion As To Riches Per "Jolinuy'g in That iVlo say, more correctly, lie was In town a few days ago and; in the of grama- phono -records, is expected' to arrive n numbers shortly. In the fact thai 'Johnny's 'in .town" was. the one-step nno choseh br Prince al the dan o.e ho wait present at when lie vl? led the clly, Lhcro WRS Q run on the record by the sentimental young ladies and otnc'ra In thfl city. The Maaon and Risen Co. wore vieareiJ out of all tho 'Johnnies" they had In'atock and han Inhabitants tlltl not turn nut of .their Ibrda bodily. The waa tbaC they Memplcd so bill their unselfishness not taken nti- vantafio of." In asking for Iht corrections deslr-- ho given an ed Mr. Virtue says; "Thedo. or aimlliir.on tho Tuesday lo themselves, casea arc so familiar to many returned j .The program-is linfque In charftcter en Ihal H would be unlbrlunalo (o arid llow them lo'rctnalii In an t nlcd no want of -Spprcclatton nor any, disrespect to the conlrltalor of 'the rtfporl, w'no wpll-fnleiilionct] In sending the, (ho' same. Iho Herald.inibUshfls -Mr, Vlrlut'a cxplaua- lion kt Uls special rcqucal, tlotibllcss Rfvo great Impetus the Uoy of this dlilrlct. The 'Tlritlfih cliamber o' at Cliefoo, China, will fpslor1 tbe pongee silk, Industry of (hat .dial Mr I by irTNlbitinK to llio natives -motion rilfclurna nf IhR of silk fioiii the worm lo liio (exilic, A WILL? By nol making a Will the owner ol property and chattels surrenders his right to dispose of it as he (hinks fit. Appoint (his Company as your Executor on ac- count of its Experience, Responsibility, Ecohomy and Continuity. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTOR3 LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA Cockshutt Potato Diggers Large Capacity, Ample Power, Perfect Separation. The liberal use ot high carton slcel lo Lhe construction of this machine is n guarantce'of long life, low upkeep coal and (he rcduc- linn of annorlnf; field delays. lo a minimum. A. SMEATON Averse South Agent for Cockihutt Implement., NOTICE! On and After Wednesday, October 8th, the price of be 17c a qt, Crystal Dairy, Ltd. Please relurti all eiYipty bottles. need them in the business. ;