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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Ifoeralfc All The Local News 1 Where You Expect It ALBEIVTA. OFFICE FOR IfilHDGE ARE 1 BY 1 BOARD OF IDE To He Made To -kel is Discussed 1 That of 2. Laiiil Tillos Ollico hi Lellibrldco ami a Normal school for Hit south country, though in ualuro of sublfcls, will uoL U1 bufllTCil lo llio (or latk ul Intcrosl was emphasized at Ihc TliorsJay luuchi.'uii of Ihe lioanl ut Hoth maltpi-? liroughl liji ai ]Jrc cues of tliu ilay. In regard to ilic Land Tjlles Orncc. ttie fQllowliig roiolntion, to be for- warded lo Hon. Archie McLean. Min- ister of Pnblk Wtrks. and to Premier iva.s. uuauiinously adoitled. "The LellilirlilBC oi Trade dc- pires to: ajjcln Hie necessity for the esUiblbbmtni of a Lands Tlllos Olllce ami lo iiiiress the. hope thai pleasures to this mil luay lie Inaujuraicd and pressed for- ivard without delay." The Normal School I'lvery-'advanlasc is to bo taken of Ilio of lion. George Smith, Minister ot Education, in the. clly, on Novemher llh. at liln scbool convcn- i licre to press Iho need of n Nor- (er cl financial aid in the ahapfi of loaus to those desirous of attending (be schools. This to u oiteut would be obvlaled a local Normal School Kivlcg the of lot-al students bavin? to go to Calgary and Camroso.of Turllier atill if the Xormil school uuder conslJcraliou vas to Lo placed in IMmontoii. The location oi the Ecfiool In Lcltibrldgc was beneficial from a taxpayer's poiul of riew iu that U would save tho expense of a novi" bulljing to surplus n llic Contrnl tiubool- as a numter ld b? accomraodatofl In the .Nor- nal School for Iho purpose JcDionstratlon Uvsoiis In the art- of mal Bcbool Iu soutn country, for tliis iiurpoae a coimnitlce will Lo foroi- rcl lo includii representatives from llic to lay the cliiim-i for sucli an Inf.lliuLion before Iho Minister. Called un lo speak to the resolution for Iha forniaiion of sucli coniniLltec. Mr. A B. llogg. referred to the neccs- >ity of drawing1 "l- 1 tem'on Iu Ibo fact tbal the lengthen- ing or the icrni at the .Normal School jiiuanL a .decrease in Ihc number of rradualcs'sn the mlilcj expense entail ctl lo'JnlcmliiiE This was ft by ihp rovorninent in the ot- NOW-- js ihe lime lo call us 'nboul that (ire insurance. DELAY .MAY MEAN DISASTER THE EDGETT 1M Balmonl Block, Ltlhbricjgt Phone No. 651 i: TAXES COMING IN VERY SATISFACTORILY I'll lo llio ciui'Ot 6oplember tli-J amoiiut paid ID cash Ju uixes amounted to 4224." 74.00. TMa bi'UJr Including Iho taxes from tliD public makoj (he iiiyou'iit of current taxes for Iho year stand at 162.35 per ccul., which compares Jaror- ribly with tho same period last year, tho total it a Id al thai time amounting to 6G cent.' During the month of September taies -to Uic amount oi 942.2S wore f..-. x- A PA (IK SEVEN Mccch Reports On Calgary Conference' To Board of Trade Public Market Mr. Peter Lund gave a ro ;anl to tlic question or ;i public mar-1 at a recent meeting llio Hoard. Ho fell thai at Iho present, limo II was doubtful that ;i market of Iho kitid would be productive in re- luciug the high coal of living in tlnil thorc was not Eulliclent produtlion in tho district to, warrant eompelltlon, if the citizens arc prepared to tafcc advantage of a municipal or public market If operated under a strict cash and carry system, it is evi- dent ihnt the' conditions as relating to tlio ordinary food supplies In and around [ho oily do warrant and will ultimately Justify'the hope of effecting a very material reduction In the cost. tbe establishing of a public market providing dial such market could Ltj Postponement of.Burdelt Gives Conld'ale Chance To Secure it Tlio will be held in Coa'J.Tk' on Moiiilar. Tue'sdar an.l week, sflcnmoiis ami iss, The program is of a cTip- linctlvcly insitructive cbarnclor. Amongst those billed to ap'pear Ss Miss McCornuck, who oporatcd ami directed strictly for Ihf: benefit >of tlie consuming public ho would suggest thai siiccial attention lie to such commodities as uical products, including poultry iind fish. The latter should bo supplied at cost prices plus Jiondlins Special fai'illllcs should be afforded Ilie mar- gardener lo display lite goods uud lo those wishing to engage charmed- nudienccs Jicr beautiful rolcc wlicii Ihc Chantau- qna held hers two ago. A fcatui-c of the( progrnin will bo Ibo lecture of Robert I'urkor Miles on "Tallow Dips." More than eighteen hundred audi- ences have heard -Mr. Miles durluR Hit past Ion years. Everywhere "Tal- uw Liips" has been received with en- sely aling, with a. helpful, iiiEptriug ines- tagc for everybody. Mr. Miles Jias had for studying some of ibc the Thursday luiu-iieoii of Trade, Com minion t-r Metch the "following particulars ot itir- InJusirial Consress, :i tuc-ciing of vht: executive cojnmiuue ot hu m- tended al Calgary on Wednesday. Ai this meeting the foil divine tnl: Chain-ISO, Mayor Uroun, McJiritit? lint; secretary, Alderman MfHaffey. Calgary; Citj- Engineer Cal- gary: T. Jl. Sutherland, a! Calgarr Hoard of Mayor Carstalra: J. IC.IMl.; J. K. nud sheriff Ctui-l- Mfdtclnc Hal; Dean Kcrr, A! bcrta, I'ulversity, Edmonton, and Com- missioner Mcedj, Lollihridge. -Mayor Drown iliat he iad fcctiilly taken a trip of Ihc association unti had re- ceived promises of from Ibo various head officca of hanks df- ing btisiuess in Algeria and promise? oi ?a.OOl) each from Ihc C.P.Il. nnd the Canadian National llail'-vays to- bavc Ronrral ol [ij" o: KauizaiEon; .Mayor aud y Justice of the Peace Kolicrtg. 'fhn freacnl acMon la ,1 sequel of Ihc Insl, Jn the case no ono appeared to cially know tho nature of (be charge ou ivhich Vcrburg TTRS arrested. Ihrougli the papers in regard lo the not. Ij'elng oljlalnalilc. C. f. llnrrls. n-lio appeared for Thomp- son, ohjcctcil rlo Mr. Roberts glTing elico in regard lo Ihc nature of the ar.rcsl vrlthoul formal pipcrfi. Ilia Honor reserved doclElon. The plaintiff was represented hy Mr. J. n. Palmer, The Vancower Fish Market cRldale Block Phona 344 corf Conirol Appll Per. SIU CHINESE AND JAPANESE SILKS DRESSMAKING l All- klndft' of ladies1 wear and gentlemen's made to order. 110 -Ith-St. Lethbrldge, BrookfieJd per Ib. 60c Drookfield Eggs, jer dor... 75cx Peat, Standard, 23, per tin. 20c Pork and Beans, tomato Clark's 1s, .per tin B. C, Onions, per sack, 100 IDS.. Jelly each 10c C. S. Coffee, per 65c Jap Rice, No. 7, per Slam Rice, per Ib. 15c loyal Yeast, per pkt......05c King Deach, Strawberry Jam, 4s, efich J1.2a Llbby's Marmalade, IS 35c Oranges, nice size, 2 dozen for 75c THESE ARE A FEW OF'QUR hEOULAR PRICES.' FREE OELIVERY E. A. EWERT JEWELER and, OPTICIAN WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Reaf- ol Union Bank NOTICE is hereby given fo all parties contemplat- ing installing new-gas services that no-'farther gas. will be accepted for this season after 5 o'clock p.m. o{ Oct. 15th, 1918. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. KNOX CHURCH Thursday, October 16th At 8.f6 p.m. LEO, JAN and MISCHEL LHERNIAVSK i UNDER AUSPICES THE Admission ?I.OO, plus war KNOX CHURCH CHOIR -Tlckelt from members of choir. OFFICERS ABOAHO SAXONIA JWMKA.V, .V.XS., Oct. fol lowing western officers on llic BaiDiill -loday: Mem. D. :D. Dyer- son, CapL f. flsivy, Wlnnlf eg; Cnpl. P. J. Marahall, Mdul, J. H. Slevcn vancourer; J. C. Ilnrrls, Lleul. II. D. Mllli.'Victoria; CnpL N. n, Medicine TlBt, LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Messrs. Hutton Perkins BEG TO ANNOUNCt OPENING OF A Shoemaking and Shoe Repair Business (living special nltcntlou'io shgu-repairs. We ueo only licst nuloiiols, ancl all work will Lo done by PRAOTIC. AL SHOEMAKERS'onlyi thus Assuring best at same charge.5; ns aro being inndo liy omalcurs. We hop> sliOTtly lo'be liilly'equipped.Trlth all Intost machinery, and'will he ablo lo glvo you beat acTTice in Sontbern (rial ivlll convince jnu'thtt il'is Is tho only njacc you eel your shoes Hied rigl'i. OPEN FOR BUSINESS NOW No, FIFTH STREET SOUTH (LATE C.P.R, TELEGRAPH OFFICE) AUCTION SALE Of Stock, Implements and Household Furniture .1 HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. .1RWIN DAVIS, WHO HAS SOLO HIS.'IRRIGATED FARM AND IS RETURNNG TO THE STATES, THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC 'AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE I At His Farm; Nortriwest Quarter of Section 36, Tp. 8, Rge. 19, W. 4th M., one mile east of Readjr-Made School House and two miles South and milej east of.Coaldaie Station, On Monday, Oct. 13th AT ONE O'CLOCK The Complete "'ft tfiripuTtBt antl (umlalungs ot roomed house; I CockfhuU tloublo disc drill, 20; 2 International disc linrrowa; 1 gaag plovr, H ID., "wilh breaker end stubble Itu'i- lonis; J Junior OfCrahoL slcclicr; 2 Jenkins bull rahca; 1 Masscy- Hnrrla Mnrtor, S It.; 1 Dalne mower, G fl.; 1 Walking plow. 12 In.; 1 Chatham 1 (inning JiRrroir cart; 50 Whits Leghorn clilcTicns. 1 DoLaval cream toparalor, Mo. 12; 1 niolw- 3 10 head of 2 7 4-ycar- 'olds, weighing about 1200. nnrt 1 8-yoar-oUl, weighing about 1500; 2 4-yctir old stccr3, wciEhing about 1500 each; 2 dry cows; 2 milt cows; 3 2-ycAroltl slterg- 2 2-ym-pM heifers; 2 geldings each; I Imnqrled nyrieadalo Hlalllon, two-years, registered; 1 Standard Brcif PHCIDB Jlnro, resistercd; antl many sinnll article.'! loo nuniQroiis to mention, All calllc anil all amounts up to cnsh. On the' balance, lime will' be given until Ocl. Tj20, on ftpiiroTfcl notes at S% ainl.0% discount for cagh on time amounts. PETER'LaVALLEY, Autllonetr 'Address, b-o'Dowsley Land Agency, D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk. Lethbridge. ;