Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT R TttE LETHBMDGfc DAILY HERALD THE HESAUJ-S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL, MIWS 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHWUDGE. ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE NEW WHOLKALE CONCERN IS BEING ESTABLISHED IN CITY The latest achievement in the 'ness enterprise of the city IB the fors maUqa of tho Great West Rubber anil Ltd., which It now in pro- cess ot incorporation with a capital of The offices of the hew toncern will be located In the Dourtu- ion 'Block, where space has been now The company hag a very large-and influential backing cf prominent busi- ness men In the city, and has a large 'field activities'.in: the .whole; sale -which; is has: uriderr taken.: This making .Itself a distributing house in 'South- Alberta and in Southern .British Columbia for boots, and shoes and lines.. There Is plenty c! ncope for the work which the new company aima at in that it will be the only special In this part of the pro- vince and in southern B.C. The.need for such -an.establishment has .been greetly, felti and it: will fill a require- ment which1 has been considered very necessary. The Great. West Rubber and Foot- wear be one pf tha molt im- portant concerns In-the city and in Southern Alberta. Its salei will be Mr. -Asa Parka, who has had a long experience in this line ot busi- ness and'has au.fntiihate knowledge of It. The concern has secured the ierylces 'of' Mr, '.Oerald F. Bletcher, late oC the Standard as secre- tary1! reasuref, .has shown much activity and enterprise In the progress :uade by the Standard Dank in the city under' his supervision 'arid; organizing. EIGHT MORE NAMES ADDED 'f iqt .evidence to prove for the'car city, the Stndebaier has come down-in According :L_ fo the statement made byt A. K. Ers- Wne, president this ;cpncern .is' tha first Quantity i prcdacer.'of the quality auto- a reduction in prices. the policy of the.company ton large production 'and a.small percent- ihe. pfpvincIa'V.-statutM 11 f; tried, convlc- tionsvafjd'flnes obtained in all. Under the.-Motor; four. caEes we're: tried.-.wjih three .coiA-Icted' anil pne-iwlth'drawn. city by-laws there were B4 one under the Early and. with all casjs: one for J and motor by- con'ribicd- and- fined. The" to'Caljgu'ni in flnes 'apporllpued- as fftllows: Provincial J1S1, rebate .on Less' Strays Abroad huraes and fpur cows Viire" inipoundcd during the .month, nndt with the Exception of :'three librses'airhaye been reloased, with the i impoundment fees paid and dam- ages The report-states that there a considerable tlon" iri'the of nriimnls ninning bonipared with the number in July and August. .In July there were unitunls fni'poiifdcd, and in'August while ini'Sciilembcr there were only The' Chtfcf atlribiitea this to bringing ot habitual oKcudcrs be- fore, the .magistral e. Unrlng tho mriiitli the following Inoneys collected: license poll tax 5780.00; iioiTud J2S.T5; dps taxes fines rebate on Hqnpr noes U13.00; a total of Up 'Thursday eight more names have .been added to the voters' list for the coming prohibition referendum, at the revision court, making In :all 33 nemos put to date.; Well Known Citizen Leaves the Dominion Rubber System, After Ten Years Service !r. iAsa Parks, who has for ten years been connected with tie Domin- ion Rubber System, and who started the local branch of the concleni" in the city, severeS his connection with the compa'ny tfils morning to give his time anil interest.to the new-whole- sale concern to be established In the city, to he known as the Uiibuer and Footwear Ltd., of which he will be sales manager. Mr. Parks is succeeded by-Mr..J. W. Burton, who has been travelling but of Calgary .for the eorice'rif, and who has now taken charge of position vacated by Mr. Par irge ol the S. 0. E. TO MAKE VISIT TO MEDICINE HAT The local lodge ot the Sons ot Eng- land have received an invitation to pay a fraternal visit to lodge "Prairie Medicine Hat, on.Thanksgiving Day, Jlonday, pet. 18th. Severer of the brethren hove signified their In- tention, of taking in the trip, and as the lledlctne Hat brothers nre -mak- ing big preparations for the dayj it is requested that all members who.poss- ibly can go, will get in touch wtlhj' this 'The bank cieirlngi for week total For. the corresponding week last ytar 982. rerr.irkablc (n- create of rln the case of William Clellan and both of Hardieyillej heard before -Jugge Jackson in "the Qoestion Likel.v to Be Discussed at a Meeting of the Re- tail Merchants Hetan merchants of Letbtridge have split, on ,tha. Wednesday., afternoon closing proposition. Some of the lar- ger merchants ban decided to close throughout the winter and remain open Saturday eTenlngg, while'o'thers are'determined tOt stick by' the recent decision arrived at at a'meeting'o( Retail Merch- ants Association. That was to remain open both Wednesday afternoons and Bat- urday evenings. "This plan was to go I into effect'at the first of this month, land on the first Octo- I her, the stores on the north side closed as well as Hudson's and some others'on the south side. Hud- ion's Bay will remain closed on Wed- nesday afternoons "this winter, along with Kyi and s and. district nopi consider 'a ot law.- TJie claim on. the, part 'of 'tie plaintiff was for prtee pajd.by him to the fendant'-for1 a he alleges, was gtiaranteed'to DB in calf at the was afterwards found -by him not 'to' bo so, and there- as regarded the animal, alter- likely a..meeting Retail >on, his honor Judgment''to" Merchants Association will he held worthless.. COMMISSIONER FREEMAN :r- iB-vfAKiNG VACATION Commissioner'-Freeman Is now oh his and will be absent from the city hill for'about two "week's. "Mayor Hiirdie Is itili un- 'able'-to 'the city hall owing to'the'severe cold he iV eavo'Lethbridge oh the'mbrhing in the "near future 'at which the ques- tion, of Wednesday closing will'be agailn discussed.: 'In1' the opinion of some of the'merchants the'Factories Act will not :aliow ;them to remain open both Wednesday..afternoon and Saturday evening, while.the secretary of the Retail Merchants Association this m'orning'sUted' that the limit Is. slity hours a week. This question was taken up with the- chief.inspector- under tha Factor- ies 'Act recently, the Herald under- stands, and he gave his permission for the, stores in Lethbrldge to re- main ope.n Wednesday afternoons and Saturday, evenings.. The.same, thing was done in Medicine Hat, was stated .this retail clerks..'threatened to strike and the storekeepers decided to give the.Wed train, and 'return tha same night iLodge .-VRosemere" of- BedcliS Is ro'an enjoyable' time la erpected- v Jt iVl'V CTery member cpme.aii'd make tto Ibaker.Is anticipation at this 'time ab'liity, to. purchase materials, at lower- figures .during the labor FOR TO. OFT. First Luncheon of Fall and Win- tei on 5 Bank Clearings Tho board of Irado Thursday to- feiimcdjits hoonuay luncheons. .Tho '.Waling was held.at the Commercial Cnfo and ,was well attended. Fiicill-. tics for speaking nrcmot oC tlie best a. good nical was served) n. Marnpch. lireaide'nt of the.board, only a-tew minutes to go through the ibiisiness, and. the, meeting arjjourued pn time. -Nlr. Marnoch reported thnt tlie bank rledrings'ln Trom January 0 to September'SO Ibis year exceeded Ihosfi of the same porlod of Insl year and the wepMy'clearings above those ot llic sumo Veek last yfiar. Atteutton wa3 drawn lo the mccllngs of tho liallwny Com- jnistilon'on express rales In .Calgary on Oclifber 20 and In Medicine Hat on October 22, announcement 'was' Jnnde as to whether would be represented at tlioso sittings, lie- forciice was made to Mr. J. S. Hose's visit, to Kdmdnton for_lhe organiza- tion oi the Alberta Hoards of Trade. Since tlie last meeting of the board trade, .which was in July, the fol- lowing men have either left town or Inad'o such arrangements as will (afco them out of town soon: R. P. Wallace, Black, Fred W. D. Ktng, JF..J3. Snooner and K. N. Jones, New members reported by Mr. Marnoch rirc': B. M, JlncLcod.'Of the Dank of Scot fa W. liilrton, of tho TXi- ,Clinton Itlihbcr System; A. K. Von may a Suit, j! an Waist 1 .or any ptKer article.of .wearing 5 .believed ;it to bo unfit for, further "service" Vool- 1 11 Ishly, y'ou wore-ready to scnii-I S it to hesp. M I That's a' mistake.'; Send your 1 s clothes to us for. a thorongh dry g i cleaning., ..Our. special .process g i fresh and 1 i clean we cnn make your qlil 1 garments' and give'; additional 1 wear. I Our City! Dye Works 1 i Tailoring I Phone ,418.5th Si S. B g The place where' customers come, back, r g Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take Hit Advice. The Yale an FIFTH SOUTH ONLY ONE MORE CHANCE TO Tomorrow Morning At IfloXlock Before Judge Jackson At The Courthouse Register Tomorrow Sure A DELIOHTFUL; DRINK -Here's a cool, refreshing, like-. able drink for child or adult. It's a beverage that j'ou can with and enjoymeiit servo at" or to your guests. Try. It at your favorite fountain today. t. A -FULL OF SOFT DRINKS-ALL FLAVORS KE CREAM AND WATER ICE .The two delicious hot 'weather delicacies. Of- fered'for first time this year. In all flavors and made from rich, pure DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF'THE CITY V LIMITED 1929 R. A. DAKKER RETIRES AS MANAGER OF CANADA LIFE R. A. Darker, who for IS years has been branch manager of the Canada Ufe tor Southern Alberta faud who has been 25 years with the has decided to retire from the man- agement ot the branch. The Canada Life at the same (imo Announces the appointment of II. D. as branch manager.1 Mr. Ferguson, who has beeu for 15 years a'resident ot Calgary, baa tot, the ast three held the position of liiBpec- or for the company for Southern Al- berta. j Gerald Bletcher Has With Standard Bank For Sevea-' teen Years U Great' of Lethbridge Northern District Farmers Favor Bond Issue Public opinion throughout the-Leth- brldeo Northern Irrigation district is strongly In faVor of Irrigation, stated 3. H. Dunning, secretary of the dis- trict and: officer, for the election on October 2i., Mr. Dunning yesterday wan out through the district posting the notices ot the election as required under' the" Irrigation Act while on .his tour'and. the; above iSjthe re- sult. He-only found isolated cases of. opnosition. and these.farm- ers, he said, .we're, not Influential in their Officials of the.district are watch- ing closely for any-growth of opposi- tion tc.tho ;passing; of the-Vote. In event any such, opposition should grow it IB likely meetings will i ha held throughout the district.-; Field work on the'dlstrict will finish this month. The surveyors -will finish the, main flitches "and certain 'tribu- taries that the act cai'lSjfpr. :lt is'not necessary t6 farmers' ditches. The specifications 'that .will necessarily follow'.thisi ydtk concluded this winter.' After being connected with Standard. Bank for 17 years, aad witi the local, branch for seven years, Mr Gerald P. BletcheV." has severed Sit counectlou with.the iaEtifation., was offered ,the. position .of, wntirav credit .manager'for the bank'Is ronto butrdeclihed. it, as he IsAtiUni up new Interests In the city as ary-treasurer" for the Great' .Rubber and Footwear Ltd, which is now in process oE and will be installed for busineei-in the city. _, In n-.ldition to the Uvo hrancheB'dt the. Standard. Bank .lu the clty.JMr. Bletcher was. inslrumenial in starting the eleven branches of the Standard Dank in Southern Alberta. These, in, addition to the city banks, are'" those In Raymond, Stirling. Orion, .New Dayton, Coaldale, Coalhurst, Travers anil Burdett, DQN'TVFplRGEIV The only place where yon can get your shoes_ re'parreil by prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Always in good taste'; JOHN GILMORE Limited, BAKERS -H N PHONE 378 1 (Hi Shall the tlon or bringing Qf liquors Info the Province Shall 4he tion or bringing 'of intoxicating into the Province .1 Inserted by Social Service Leagufl. ICECREAM THE NATIONAL FOOD '-There Is more cream consumed In America than in any other continent on Jarth. Maybe that la why the people of America are the healthiest and hardiest nation of ths Trend be- cajise Ice cream Is ,tho hoalthlelt food you can take Into your It contains mare'nutrltlTe elements than the system rteaiands and in rhora gen- erous proportions. It the Natloiiai Food beciusa it la the food of all classes It the banket table, It Is the dewert for rich as well ai the worklngraan. It Is the relish of the children whether serretf in tho homo, at the soda foudlaln or IB the pmny cdne. The Beit and Purest Ice Cream Made It Crystal Ice Cream MADE BY THE PSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 SPECIAL NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that no further appli- cations for-gas'service wjll be received After 5P.M., Oct. (Signed) CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT POWER CO. 7TH STREET, SOUTH i Lethbridge School District No. 51 Night Classes Classes have been mganizecl and will commence work on MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4TH, in tjie following subjects AT THE MANUAL TRAINING ARITHMETIC AND ENGLISH, SrjOrVTHAND. TYPEWRITING AND BOOKKEEPING, MOTOR MECHANICS; CHINESE CLASSES AT WESTMINSTER PIT AND FIRE BOSS; ENGLISH FOR BEGINNERS. 730 i schools "1'' every MONDAY Inil THURSDAY evenings at 7 The Trustees wish lo announce tlmt classes will be organized find commence October llth, I- Trafn Ing building, for candidates wishing td lane the Sleam Engineer, or an> peyori'intcrested in theao for (Sgd) J E HODGSON, Superintendent of Schools.