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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBWB WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TE2 HERALD'S PACK OF LOCAL 1920 SECOND SECTION LETJHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE fourt of AJipeal Accepted Con- Slagis- trate's Decision 1 The: much-vexed'question of the legality the V. M. .W. of A. check- 'ijff authorized by; Coal Commlsslouer 'Armstrong lias valid liy the Apjiellate'Court in Calgary consisting of Chief Justice Jiarvei and Justices. Beck. Stuart and Ives Tbc 'court acceiited the contention that (the.'Armstrong, order has been uiiulc-valti'by statute'since- H prumulgated. .Tho appeal oclion" arose out of-the aeeision of Mmjlslratd ot Calgary, beture whom, last sprjug, tiio case was-heard as- brought' by tlie Cynniofo, ininerp, .who claimed that the lock-mi'-'enforced, by. the 'Illegal in that H was'a cwntrjtve'utioit- tlie., Le: jnicu'x it was'in'confonn- FLOUR NOW A BBL. .With tho last reduction of 50 cents In the barrel, made in the flour In the last days, thayrice has j from the high point to which It reached. The: price of-flour today la ?G.20 per 98 pounds and 512.10 per barrel. Former Lethbridge Banker Ten dered Luncheon Depart- ure from Calgary Immediate acilon. to dema'nd that the Railway .Cpnimtsaion Inmiediately cancel the rate increase-is to ha taken by the Shippers' Bureau of tho Win- nlpeg It' is consider- d that.it .Is.tho Irresistible Ion of the Cabinetrdeclsimi; in sead- with thetoder o' Cnmmiaifoner Annslron" en'oicuigfthe 1' M W of A "tho rilners held thy! tho order could not supersede the-Lo- nneux Act Jml n CO isequence the .riiine'iriana some tit had actefl.il- Igalh In locking out tho minors for refusing to comply with, .the; Arm- strong order No. 141, whMi inade jVhe checkoff cojirulenrj Under tho Leu Unix Act (be. miners fclalmed that a bonrd. of conciliation EbouliT have been granted, ns they their Ijeing locked out. The claim.of tho miners was dis- missed. Ostliiiid appeared with A. Mac leod Sinclair, on behalf of .the 'Canmoro miners, and H was urgei that the Council ordei" 1725 Commissioner 'Armstrong Tower to imestmg-Uo inlp hours o holidays, afid conditibhs in tli( ines and to is ue orders In doing so it was argued tliftt'lhe'com niissioner 1 id exceeded his powers court "expressed .the opinion that evidently li .was .thought that there wis spmelhlcg wrong in tb- Arm- strong order In the passing of stat to make it leg 1 But that that the ordoi had been Aft ot Parliament thev decided against the appeal James Mutr it C and J D Vc Leod appeared JlorJJie Department of Jnstlce'diia Tor Canmore mine The will not ho carried Jjrlher Alberlan.) "Calgary has not had more usefu citizen than Mr. Nourse, and while there has course been rivalry be tween the banks, 1 have never known an occasion on which he has done eny thing thatLwas not manly and.abov board, on which lie has sought to filch away business throngh information ob iained by exchange' of confidence. Th relatiODS between.the bankers of Ca' gary- have -heen iinproyei through liis Influence in the This high tribute to C. G. manager of the Calgary branch of th Canadian Commerce, GAMBLING JOINT PAYS tJO.CX) TOLL Another owner of ,-a gambling joint paid toll of with costs, at the city pol.lce. co'JK on Satur- day morning. The accused, John Poslkl was found jujlty o! run- ning a gaming houw tt-lhe Park Cigar Store, on Fifth artel. Seven frequenters wjre 'eae fined lYJrraipeg Board of Trade has the co- op oration "of the Lethbrld go .Board of Prade and btHerVwestera.assoclatlons n this action.. The: re presentation ot he local board will bo joined to the representation ot the Winnipeg Board, and i n I to forwarded to that effect I NVESTIGATE, SUPPOSED CASE OF SMALLPOX Dr. Mlnfster of Health, Is In the city today on a vtsit'to-the Isolation Hos- pital to investigate a supposed case of smallpox_brbught in from Turin All those pwrckascrt property at the 1918 city tai received transfers, so that Intending purchas era may take It for grained that ther is or Jons Si time uk get ting a' trsnsfef purchase at tar sale after period of re demption baa, eipired tax sal now advertised will uke place, o 9th j( TJnlqss an. amount equal to the taxes and costs, advertises, Is bid, tax sale property must bq S9ld to the city this provision, is nrac COURT SAYS THAT LOCAL FARMffi: HI MST F AY rOR A HORSE Claimed Damages for To Tike Proper Care of a Shipment'of Furniture An interesting judgment given at J tho last sittings of the Supremo Court trade rooms" yesterday. The prpbably the most largely attended In the history of the board, of trade. Every, available seat m the board rooms was taken Arthur Majbee who succeeds Mr Nourse, re- ceived a rousing welcome from" the business men of Calgary, and stated that there would be no change of bank policy and no departure from tho eta ics of banking Mr NourEB J D. Cornell recently ap- pointed superintendent of the branch of the. Bank :ol Commerce In Alj jeHa, Svas also a guest of the board. precided tlcafly a resenre bid, to1 the rity BELIEVES IN IRRIGATION ON SMALLER ACREAGE M Iowa, Mundy, of. MarohalUown, who-Gprns several farms riri the 'Y' OPENS GYM MONDAY i FOR BUSINESS MEN A'NO. SRS. The season start's nex4 Monday for th's business-men's class and.'seniors at the "Y." The business" men meet at 5 p.m on and sr.d.the .seniors, at p m >n Mondays and Pros'O'ects'- are bright for btti' clasiss this .year and -'prospective mil-! ers are asked to get into-the classes as'e.Tiy in the seajjo. nr possible TO INCORPORATE THE FARMERS' POLITICAL g HEG1NA, Oct. the namo g 'ol .the National'Pol ley'Political association, tho Saskatchewan suppor- g tcrs of farmers .will ba iucoAiorated, g it wag decided at today's -session ot delegates executives {2 of tti'o sixteen federal constituencies sin. the; province. g Cirmtmgay district, is a visitor in the citj Referring to the irrigation pro- ject contemplated here he siya tint he Lopes the farmers when It comes to he mil not get in ctaggei-vted idea acroape they should place under water Tho success ot imga tion depends to a large in its being used on small acreages "GtECTRlC BATES IN'REGINA MAY BE GIVEN INCREASE REGINA may expeot ft substantial increase the permanent schedule1 of electric light'and power rales in the immediate future A recommendation to increase the rates was made by the City Commissioners il last nights meeting and was re fcrred to the special committee for consideration. .everything is At the District Court, on Friday aftcrnopni the case ot Schleifer vs. the Canadian Pacific Railway-was'de- cided In'faVor of tho plaintiff for the amount claimed with costs. ,'The" plaint Iff, who U a mer.chant In the stated that, on or about Feb- ruary-2nd. last, certain furniture be-; longing to him was delivered to.the defendant-railway company in- Winni- pegi "cousignea to him at Lethbridge. In that tho C P It, as he claimed, neglected-to take proper care ot the said fufnlture, a buffet and chair, part of the consignment were damaged. A settlement come to with.the de: agreeing, as alleged to-take he damaged forrature off the plain.- .iff s hands and to pay him .whatsit would- cost -to replace the articles'. On :he stresjgth of the agreement- the jlaintift_ claimed that ho orderjd- a new buffet and chair, ot the .ai" CLAIM MADE ON A LIEN NOTE In tie case of McKinnon TB' Me Kwan, heard before' Judge Jackson on Thnradty hla Honor re- served judgment on a point of lav' The made P McKin non on a lien, note in hiR Bale to have been'given nrm.by the de- fendant, ;Frances .M.cEwani to: the er must vay the full price of a'stal- lion which died on his bauds after he had bought It from a dealer under a sort agreement. The action was one brought by The Monticello Siate Dauk ot Iowa egainst IV V. Klllorau, a farmer soutlj of Mac- Bank claimed to be holder for value.of two notes each given by KUloran to one Dygert on'tbe prlco of a pure bred stallion. .The notes had passed frqra Dygart be fore maturity through .the hand? The Holbert Horse Importing com- pany of Iowa, and on to the'Bank which sued. Shortly after one-note fell due the stallion dted., note was to .sis' months. Appended" to each note on the one sheet pf paocr w'afl an' agreement, un- der, tbe seller, Dygert, reserved title to the horse until', the .notes should.be fully paid.. On the trial before Mr. Justice Walsh It was held that the documents in question were what are ordinarily maker Killcran vooH hare Dygert; ard that as Djrgert was sen-iuj; the nership f the and the Bank as his Eor, carried (be risk of loss from. of the horse. The defendant cused from paying tie notes i cause the horaa died _ This decision i appeal. Each note, it is taM, (boa written on the same sheet i dltlonal sale agreement or, lisn tract is, distinct and The Bank, it, is held, hi course .of promissory defendant must pay Bren t horee died there -waa hot an-i' consideration By sion of.the Appellate Coort dj ant must aMume the unpopular ot paying for a deai i On the appeal, whkh KgitfA Calgery this week, A B, Hogtfot bridge, appeared for the plalntfB uF J. TV. McDonald, K C, tar. the deteuOant amount of oJ wakh 1501 88 -was I inln 07 NAMES now due. .aiong .t 10 ADDZTNAMES U. D. Bennett.referred to SJr. Nourse as always the needs of-a new a jadiclous banker, lender and .a' good citizen. Mr. Nourse In a briet reply spoke oi the happy life he had lived in Calgarv He that 'in the year 1D55, when, he'first came to Calgary, ho had not seen bi single farm except 'at Card- stou, In a drive from-the city to thii boundary. .'-'I go'away with he Said, "for. 1 should ,haya liked to finish my career m Calgary I have the greafes't.'reEnect for the 'busme s men-of this city. One can find-more live .meh'to the square inch in Calgary than in any other part ot Canada, and your board of trade is the finest m Canada i C Jl Latlmer, the Bank oil Toronto In arhajlpy "ex Blessed regret that Air Is leav? ng that city and-welcomed his sor per cent, from the date due, the sum of 88 ,The' defend ant staled that the lien TO LIST OF Quite took the consideration ot an igreement by plaintiff to sell her an Overland car which at the time 'of the said agree- ment, October 10, 191S, the defend ant warranted .was a new car She claimed that she discovered trat the tar was. not n new one but a second hand one in and 1MB being so there was a breath of warrantv DON'T FORGET The only placo whore you can get your shoes repaired by prnc- Ucal 'ahoeraakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A FKth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre to pas, and at the time of sale was only worth ?700 moraing, the last day on which the court remains open for names to' lists for the coming prohibition referendum Up to noon were ing the during the week: to 84i and auallty as the damaged fufnlt'ure, Ualled "dien that the Bank hut tbo price ot the articles had ad- held-'tbem subject to any icighta the vanced while was being de- layed.by-the defendants. Tlie ants Tiad. and taken do- of the damaged buffet "and Plaintiff, accordingly, request- ed the- stinuof-tlQ2.75i which lendanls disputej ,paying Into.'.court the sum Shepherd, Dunlop and Rice for tfce plaintiff and.Conybeare, Church and Davidson, acting for Mr Walker of Calgary, ,for- defendant.company. PRACTICAL SHOE REPAIRER Td THE PUBLIC: I am a returned teleran, and; being unable to follow my for- mer to dife- course and Shoe Repairing.' I'came out successfuUy, and hare started in businGas.at 240 13th St. N., where I can handle air boot and ehicJe repairing1.. 'All is guaranteed to Soliciting tho favor'of a trial; J. CARTER' Always in good JOHN (MORE -i_ Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Rpal Sanitary Kacli loaf.' of brerttl niado in this bakery h real food. H Is satisfying anil ,pt niibjlanllal fooO value .fta H Is tlie brcatl that1 will 'always mako you fcol ns.if Iho meaj lias been n happy .one. You a .Suit, I'an a'; Waist i or aiiy other arilcle'bt wearing g it'; to- be s unfit for (lirther cervlce; FooU I ishly, 'you'.-were ready ptb send i ft to (.no rag'heap. 'That's o rtlatake. Send your S .clothes to 113 for a thorqqgh dry g cleaning. Our .special 'process i will show you how'fresh .and g clean wo ran make ybnr old'g garments and give I Our City Dye Works And Tailoring Phone 5th St. S.- The' place OKU-APLO 4 DELIGHTFUL' DRINK Here's cool, refreshing, like- able drink for. child or it's a beverage that you can'with safety and enjoyment fserye at yolir table or to your guests Try It at your favorite fountain today. A FULL' LINE' OF SOFT FLAVORS Ask the Person Who Has Eaten And Take His Advice, The Yale I2U FIFTH STflEET, SOUTH Sharp At the Court Hope Your CHANCE TO' -.i VEVET ICE CREAM AND WATER ICE The two', delicious hot weather delicacies. Of-' Eered foi fust time this year. In 'all flavors and made from' rich, pure materials. DELIVERED TO, ANY' PART OF THE CITY! Kiddies. Read! i THERE WILL' BE'A- 1 Special Children's Matinee IMMEDIATELY-AFTER-.SCHOOL AT; ternoon At The COLONIAl THEATRE YOU'LL SEE LIMITED LETHBRIOGE PHCtfiE Shall the'Importa- tion dr bringing of liquors into, the Province bo forbidden? Shall the Imports; lion or bringing of Intoxicating liquors .into the Province be forblifdcnT Inscrled, by Social Service League. Albert Rozellas Funny Marionettes Sometltln'g you have never, never seen before in Lethbridge, and De With' Don, the .funny clown dog, and Everett, the dog that tal and docs 1V SEE THE WONDERFUL MiNB-REAplNG YOU MUST COME SCHOOL.- play "hookey" or vie won't let you In v, Teni cents will, admit you. Yours for LEN S.-.BROWN.- ICE GREAM THE NATIONAL FOOD r-Thoro Is morft 1ce cream consumed In AmerWa than In any other donUrient on1 iartli. Maybe that Is why the people' ot America arti the hari'.lfsl nation ottbo- world he- cau3Q Ico cream Is tho hoaUhtest .food you can take system- It contains more nutritive elements Iban the system demands and In' more gen- eroiii It Is tho National Kocd because. It (s tho food oj'si! classes. It graces tho'banquet table, It Is the dessert-for the rich an well (is the worklnemnn. It Is tho relish, of-the children whether served In the home, at tho soda fountain or in tbo penny cone. .The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made Is Cryatallce Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Lethlffidge School District No. 51 Night Passes Classes have been organijidd and commence work on MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4TH, in the following subjects; AT THE MANUAL TRAINING ARITHMETIC AND ENGLISH; SHORTHAND, AND BOOKKEEPING; MOTOR MECHANICS CLASSES. AT WESTMINSTER SCHOOU- -j PIT AND FIRE BOSS; ENGLISH FOR BEGINNERS. Further enrolment will bo made at cither of the abote school OTCry MONDAY aud THURSDAY evenings at Trustees wish to announce that classes ha and commence work on Monday, October llth, in tha Manual Ing building; fur candidates wishing la take the examination >f( Steam Engineer, or any person Interested In tbesa classes (Sgd.) J. E, Superintendent .of ;