Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
If; PAGE FOUR1EEN THE LETHflRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1920 HOW TO BECOME THE HERO OF THE HOUR Requires Feet Will Build Small Kefinerf Make Gasoline lEVVISTOWV, Oct. tyouand feet of lumber, two carloadrv be required alone for roof sup- ports it tie mammoth which the Fraatz. and Mid-North- are erecting as an oil storage ca the west dome stmctve the Moshy A .ere? cS 20 men and teams are engaged now in building a foun- dation 'of dirt for the leviathan, which will-be 114 feet and seven inches in diameter and 30 feet high. Though Ihe '.tank will be of standard size, there ara.notie larger in tie world and few of the same dimensions are in use in i the oil fields of this cocarry, i declare, Montana's first refinery will be a i "topping plant" which thg'.. Frantt j building close to the .storage thinks i erected nt its phenomenal i producer. Closely resembling an ordl- j naiy still with its heatlng'-tank and condensation coils, the small plant wilt I be esed to extract from the crude oil the gasoline required by .the company to operate Its'.tracks cars.; It Is likely that other also be supplied with but no other mar- will be Though the plant is a diminutive one, several hundreds 6f gallons of gasoline can be' distilled from it, representatives ot the Ftantz corporation say., it I TEAM OF HORSES in FED FROM WHEAT WAGON AN1) DIED j (From Our Own Correspondent) ir, TVBJNJFRED, Oct." Julius It lavenne la taking-care of-Mrs. Chas. iri Shajnel'a Ihree-uiOiilhs-old baby, anu etf Mrs, Geo. Errant has her three young ai boye while Mrs Sbamel Is very ill in lai Heaiclne Hat hospiW. "S Mr and Mrs Fred Brown we.re given fci a surprise last week. Many friends ie'i came to celebrate the oldest daughter lai Alice's birthdav, dancing being the Ml pastime M! Leonard Sehan made a business trip to Lethbridge Monday. n t Miss Stella Howler, of .the Union d is now stopping at the home of nd' ttf. and Mrs. W. H. Borch. up' Mrs. E. Miinrb will have a sale by auctl6n, October'14th, on her too, faro, 35-iO-lO-t, at 11 o'clock. SWe Innci. 1 Fred Pretty lost two valuable I horses from over eating from a wagon left in the field loaded .with wheat. W. H. Parker went to Htilkoni Mos- day. to Tlsit his.farm to other Important Mrs George Frederickioa was the CHBtcMbs and Tiwsday.; Jf; M H. Smith, G. y. M. Errant and non Jackie inbtoj-eoV to araaiy lake Sonday to view ed caused by flre last.'week; M- and Mrs. Geb. .Frederlckson! their farm Sunday, October 3rd and i-ere the gueits of Mfoand Mrs. (o your tenants that next month's rent will be reduced 30 per cent. TEACHER AND INSPECTOR AT FERNIE' (From Our Own Correspondent) FBRN'tB, Oct. Inspector vert- of .the provincial school stalt of Inipe'ctorB, .was a Fernte visitor yes- terday and sport some, time with Mr. B. succeeds 'Mr. Cal- vert 'atf inspector for this district. Mr. Daniels will be leaving to take up the duties of 'his new office In a few. days.. His successor as principal ot the' Fernte public schools, 2Jr. -late of the Chilliwack schoblB.-'wUlibe here in a few days to take charge the Fernie schools. very 'emphatic endorsement of tba ptbpcBltlci: contract with Alberta British Columbia Power and Light company, which the property. holders of the town regis- tered yesterday by a vote ot 139 1n favor- to" 6 against, is a matter for congratulation by ull-who-have inter .est-in.tbe future of the .town. ._ It -is estimated that .this change .from Ta steam to 'a -water power gea- ,qf- electricity .'Current -will ineah a.Baving of from eight to ten thousand; dollars per annum to the town. coming liquor the com- plete failure of prohibition, it not hav- ing fulfilled the glowing promises made by its advocates in any respoct, but this-may not h'e'tho only .'jrcason for Ihe people's apparent indifference on Ihe coming Issue, Jt may be .that the people are more interested ,in move- ment which is Eal'd to be we" under way in the which will be known Dress Reform whose present headquarters will 'be' at. Brocket, Al- berta. The organizer.is sajd.to be in the city End' a man who is attempt-'to. fill the position'.'of pres'ldciitr-'bul up to the present writing no such'man has been found, all the men approached on the of'a leag E known as "The Wome MACLEOD FARMERS m HOLDING GRAIN JM. Llrten made a bjg sale, .TOn. Htekmore'i threshing "ina: chine H. Cook, of. Taber, week. Mfce Celia Da-Marco ii nioai bniiness ;a Til band anfl ;Medl- Hat college. 'r Medicine. Hat Pwsybterian Church, will be in Wlnni- lniiilnlr fred Sundar, Oct. 10. Rev. Hodgera ofjetiri'will entertain him. The .riles of bap- tiam and communion' will be admin-' "Tiunf Istered Sunday it 3 p. -_ Mr Harvey Drew and Tommy Brink- 25 under .proof in nlcohbl and must be free 'froiht fusil oiL Alcohol pur poses will be 85 p'er TURKS AGAIfJ ATTACK THE ARMENIANS Turks are reported to be atlackln; tho Armenians at the Asad waters o the Arases river, They appear to lie upon Batum, whicli is occupied by the Georgians.' ubject, but secretly en-, the act. requiring that all liguora orse the movement, butthey ail seem I must be the commission has o prefer to live a heretore would riot voluntarily as- umo such'a hazardous risk as-to act :s president. _- It 'has been suggested for financial easons that the liquor reformers and fie wornen'g'ilress'i'erormers nd together, .and it would e advisable for the dress reformers b insist on a division of the offerings, it is well known fthat the people will donate liberally' oWhelr. cash'for istening (o the expb'nhflfng ;bf im- iraciical Ideas refprrn. T3, while a dress reformer might es- nund advanced and jlrnc'llcalildeas on .ress reform nnd Wqtitd bc'given aboul wenty minutes to leave town. Getting back to tlje plebiscite quea- jon. The for you to iecide in tha coming plebiscite is, whether-yon wish to .retain Ihe right which yon now, "-which' permits you to Import S'_certairi'riiiahdty of Iqubr for personal Vot- .ng meansLihat y'nu wish.to re- :ain this right.'-'..Voting :hat you not bnlpywlsh to vote away your own right; to the llgubr fpfvyoiir nerson- al use. ybto people's rjghts, .whjoji they, would like in reality, 'iiic-uns the" full and co'niplele'control of lltjuor will 'pver.intb tho. hands 'of aniBgisl and bootlegger. "A Mass of Sores -No Sleep- Unhappy Days" lira. Onnjfe Rtrrcr of DUTlIle. ''QQcbea "I dactareil with the docton r vntil ihe tint of Itor. Then 1 lot t botlleofD D D. AT ONCE MY FACE COTBETTER. I nfcd htlf aboHteonlr ud eatlrtlT will ever lira." reileTsymu cue of tkm dlleue, oarcuiutee that 4M bottle will ttmw raulu or jour MOTCT htclcl itop' on iiutont. MlMr ft botUe. Higlnbotham Co., Ltd., drug gists, H.'GALTIN. PGZEMA L Too are Dot experlment- ing wiien TOO use Giastfa Olnt nient for EC und Bkln Irrita Uo'ns. It rellBTCs.at once and grada allT heila tho elilu. Samplaboi Chaso'3 'Olnuncnc free II you inenUoii this paper and sefld 2c, slamp for postage. CQc. a bor: all dealers or EdmansoDj Ca _ i Heajlthy Liver Healthy Life Your or dogged, sctive or all the difference between a vigorous, cheerful life and low spirits and fail- ure. To subdue a stubborn liver, come coqsti- People's Forum THE HALF HOLIDAY, Editor The Herald: of PORTUGUESE'STRIKERS SABOTAGE have assumeil.a .In the Koutli- ern provlncc's-bt i'oriugal.where'strik- ers: numerous acts of and dealroyed railroad ma- terial, "says received by tho Portuguese legation' htrff. H.ls re- portedr lhat- govern- ment has .mobilized. military, .lelb- 'grapbcirs sh to seod'.offlclal patlon, dizzi- ness, nsss, indigestion, headache .and the Uyfes them is nothing on earth sa good BsCuttr'iUttltLhupjlk, Purely vegetable. Sman Price The who died.on the .Bipod Reserve ago, fought in the.last great battle be- tiveen the Bloods and Blackfeet, cldse.to the pres- ent city of Lethbridge. A: story ol the Indian battles could be' very well written FOR Reo Reo Truck Demonstrations ot tho above are bow being held at the BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS. J. B. DAVIDSON, MANAGER 'What will be the Southern 'Alberta school that will win the prizes? The vyinners will advertise the efficiency of '.the training received in the schools they The Competitioii i S THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED 5 AS FOLLOWS ADULTS AOMINISTRATOR PROHIBITION LAW IN QUEflEC PROVINCE Ocl. ment of D. n. ns general! administrator .of- Ihc. iirphjbltion law j of .the province of Quebec announced j TTiuralay.-'may be followed very shorl- ly witli Ijuv. announcement tot, other rcsmEUiS or irjia city -y will do well to keep a list before them appoinlmpr.ts anil Ijad !o of tho who havo the welfare .of--tietf employees them iu tho 'above mailer. before In a six full (laySVlutles; eurely the .weekly half-holiday is ns needful (6 the employees now as in Hie summer. 11 has been an found in Calgary nnd Edmohton.1 Housekeepers should', re- member Itist an employer who dc- grades himsell by grinding Ills cm- Iiloyees will bo s'urcly doing the sflme to his customers. Let us re- member the "sweaters" when we' go on 'shopping trips, and you olher union men pleaso sit up anil lake no- tice. ol >our fellow workers' griev- ance. Thanking yon, Mr. Editor, for the uao of the "Kornm." MIIS. K. FBrtOIISON'. 12th St. Letbhrllge, Oct. 7. THE COMING PLEBISCITE Premier Meighen 'on bla wcalern Kdltor, Herald: Is likely to visit every, city'la all. I was nbnut to' ntlribulo tho apathy of the people fn regard to tho -around here If the weather is gooil. I'Wlnnlfrerl had 8 Might rain Oct. 7th, I Mr. W. 0. and Thelma arc in I Bow Island. Mr. Long has been em- I ployed In the Farmers' elevator and 17helma will attend How Island school. 1 Miss Mlllcta- Kellar returned home I Monday from a two months' slay in I the country. 1 Teddy Wlnchcombe made a business [trip to Reddlff Monday'..' the. cr6allon df. a 'commission having o( enforcement law, jlonlrcal Uazette says this morning.'. Fh-st prize Second prize Third FourtK prize Consolation-prizes. 50.00 35.00 20.00 REMOVED TO LARGER PREMISES To accommodate increased business we havet moved to quarters at. 327 flFTH ST., S. OPPOSITE EMPRESS THEATRE F.SWILKINS .SIGHT SPECIALIST SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Years First jprize Second prize' 30.00 Third prize 20.00 fourlli prize 10.00 Consolation prizes. s> CONDITIONS v. (1) Competition will be con- fined tp.bonando resitlenls In Southern Alberta. (2) jStorles must not exceed words, (3) All stories niuil be leglb- ly. wriUeh and on one. aide of paper.' In awarding marks for merit stress will placed on' the particular Interest 'ot tho 'contribution and Ihe particular form In. which It Is also be jiJven (p.- jllefary and gracimall- "Compcfllors must not at- tach narn'o to tho paper -upon which slory is wriller. Tho iiamo and address are lo ha on a separate slip of paper. Tho Hor.ild resorvea the right oi using any of tho stories whclhor !n the prlzo lift or not. All contributions will remain tho properly of tho Herald. There will ba tbreo judges ap- pointed lo examine and decide' on the merits of the contribu- tions. Of thesis two will bo from tho outside, and one a member of the Herald editorial' staff. The decision ol the Judges will in all cases be final. Tho competition Is open, with- out enuy fee. If you intend toccrnpete, advise "Tfie Herald Story Competition The Herald, Leth- bridge, at once..