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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE DAILY HERALD THE HERAUTS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEW8 .WEDNESDAY, 'OCTOBER, 1020 ALBEUTA, h-X ry Farmer In Meeting Held Here to Plan'Cam- Convention in December "Every farmer n member ot the V.F.A." !s tlis slogan for tue provin- cial drive for members -which wjll start on Nov. Ist'and in prenaralion for tho' drive a inceting of tho dlrec- held .tors of the district U.F.A. wai .hero on :-V at the meeting were; President S..S. Duuiiam, Lclnbridge; T. S. Martin, Taber; 'Isaac, Nobleford; A- H. Sleckle, Milk Iliver, and W. A. Ham illou, secretary. Lawrence Peterson ol BarnwelJ. district director and mem her of the central executive, was also present, while H.- U. Higtnbothani general secretary was here from Cal- gary to-.explain the-plans drive. plan of campaign is to inake a thorough canyaBB of district .in .the province in an effort to secur eyerv farmer iis a member. 'Six do! lars" from each, farmer ff. which will pay his dues for the official paper ?1 to the district U.F.A. ami i towards the expenses of tho cam- j paign. It" is stated that it, SB not especially a political drive, but mere-? ly an effort to set the farmers all en- rolled -In tho organization, .which, of course, incliid'os political action. Mr. Sleckl'o ot Milk Fliver was ap- pointed supervisor of tUe campaign for the Lelhbridge federal constitu- ency and will begin organizing at once, liach director of the district UFA. wilt h'ave tie task of organis- ing the provincial constituency which MINIMUM WEIGHTS FOR HAY At the meeting of at he District .U. P. .A. held here .on ruesday thero was some discussion of he minimum, weights for al- alfa and hay. The alfalfa growers believe, they are discriminated against n these as tha tariff-calls IS SUCCESSOR TO DR. CALLIVAN Dr. Paxton of Vegreviile will be Dr. Galllvau's successor' as veterinary inspector for this district' on. ilx> latter's removal to Ottawa in about ihrec weeks' time. .75 EOT. t TO ENTERTAIN AT LUNCHEON tf .j. for loading 000 pounds-of alfalfa while hay and straw take oaly'a 20.000 minimum; As- it Is sometimes impossible to'get icoro than pounds in, a car ot alfalfa the ruling works a hardship. It is likely tho matter will be-takcn iip with the railway companies and probably with the railway commission. It IB Big Problem for the School Board to Quorum at Regular Meeting The regular meeting of the trustees of the Public School Board which was to have boen held on Tuesday night was called off owing to there heingno ___ i he represents. Mr. Hamilton is Very I quorum, ouly two members enthusiastic over the outlook iu South- board being present. ern Alberta and hopes the result will be a organization ;In this of the part of the province than ever before. The executive at the Tuesday meet- ing also set the dates of the district U.F.A. convention1 and 0. The convention will be held at Loin- bridge and will discuss all resolutions to'be sent to In Edmonton in January. Total, is Considered Very Good Compared With Other Cities Half Be Continued, MercKantsJ Saturday Nighls to Nine O'Clock All stores are .closed this, Wednes- day afternoon, v and will to close Wednesday afterrioobs until fur- ther -notice, according q to announce- ment made'this morning by Secretary Rose of tho local branch of the Retail Merchants'- Association. This means that the stores will keep open every Saturday evening until nine o'clock. The arrangement has-been accept- ed by >very merchant in the city, tlio Ju spite of the'fact that only voters registered in all in the cily for voting-in the prohibition referen- dum, the resulti are regarded as very encouraging as compared on the per cauiti percentage basis with Calgary and Kdmonton. In these two ciliea. previous to the holding of the revl sion courts there, 18.000 and In round numbers respectively, had registered, stowing a smaller percent Definite announcement is made that Air Commodore Tylee will land In Lcthbridge on his return east from Van- couver In his Trans-Canada filgbt.: On hearing ol the spec- SDc dato of his arrival he will be accorded a reception hero by the c-lly council is the Tray of a luncheon. -j ff Coaldale Farmers Doing More Fall Irrigation Than Ever Before Farmers In the Coaldalo district are Irrigating as never before in their lives for this reason of tte year, ac- cording to Sam. O. I'orur. tuperinten- lient of the project. "There Is more fall irrigation going n throughout the project than ever cfore reported, and we are going to et the-waler run to the'last.minute ossiblo In order to give every fanner chance. During the latter part of .Ufiust aud early in September, there ras very little call for water as the It was a case of how West! Ranla ran to cover, going east, on Tuesday afternoon on Third avenue south, with age of voters aa compared to pouula Detective Sid Wallls of the city police lion than In Lethbrldge. j springing after him. The (marry was Taking .Into- account those who are I cornered Jn the basement of tho res I- not entitled to vote, which includes i dence of. Dr. Lovering, where ho had many foreigners who are not British sought refuge from the pursuing, de subjects and who aro entitled to tective. The stern chase started in the second hand sloro of Moscpvitch where the runaway was located by the detective just As he was about tO'pla'ce them, signing the petition for 1 fr-.... Mitt! J "L in the municipal ejections, the percent; age of thpsaj.who are entitled to, vote and who hart'registered is .estimated _. at 75 per cent of the total electorate, ten dollars in his pocket which ha.had On the north side, where a careful1--'--1 compilation was, made, it has been found lhat'of those who were entitled to register only about 250 did not avail themselves of the privilege. Judging from the votes recorded in elections uoaru Deing pruan.u The big proble'nv before-the trustee present'time, Is that of Increas ed "accommodation in the. schools both on the south and the north'sldcs The Is 166. more than' in the same month last Tho present are while In the month of September, 1019, the enrolment was This in- creased number" means' flve) additional class rooms, and provision has only been able to be made for two by the opening of an additional room In Gal- braith school and another in tha Har- dleville school. This term there have been 32i new pupils enrolled-as'com- pared to 101 In the same term last year. Nineteen pupils have removed from the; city, while in September, 1913i 40 had removed. afternoon closing this morning. The wishes of" tho clerka have been met, and diffi- culty is now expected. Country' people who shop in Leth- bridge are particularly requested to note the. arrangement which has been made, .ff merely continues the sum- mer half holiday, on Wednesday afler- throughout the year. Discussing Situation Created by Action of the 0. B. U. Extremists LIGHT FALL OF SNOW FIRST OF THE SEASON Lltllo apparent change in the min Ing "situation is evident in this field on Wednesday. !Stimo ol the miners are not working, hut all mines are run nlng; tho output in some cases is-con> slderably reduced.. Coal operators; arc _-w-_ gary today considering the situation created by" 0. S..U.'-.extremists .who 'are benl-On'rtietaK up production at the beginning of the.winter season. Lost License Plates Cause of "Cut Out" Causes Fine I tration -to on tho .whole 'considered to he satisfactory', allowing for the. usual apathy of some ot the'cllizens in this regard C.P.R.-TRAIN DERAILED MONTREAL, Oct. (Canadian The Canadian Pacific Kail- way -train which leaves Quebec at four p.m.- and which arrives at Place station- hcre-shorlly after nine i t was derailed at De Salles, I St.; Vincent De Pant and Terrebonne iastinight. The cause Is reported- to. be" the breaking' of one of the'-'drivlng shafts of the engine which caused the engine to lose its balance on the'rails. The engine and siv cars .were derailed. Passengers suffered .'severe: shock but, only a few cuts and -bruises were reported. received as tho, price of a brand nev, suit of clothes which he had sold for the price at the store. lianta- appeared before Magistral' frwin on Wednesday morning, 01 tha charge of vagrancy given two mouths' hard labor without the option fine. The prisoner'goo by'the alias of M. lUtson. Southern Alberta bad its first touch of wintar on Tuesday Evening when light snow fell for tims, fol lowing rain -oan. Tbo total precipit.itir, .03 and .the sun WHS on Wed- nesday forenoon, inter looks to bo quite yet. year at this data ix lieavy Enow- fall liad been recorded. on Oct. 3 and nccoinpanlcd by very o.ohl wcathur." A week later snow fell again and-broii'ght Vllh it weather 17 he- low zero, freezing'thousands So far asVcan be learricd-lhere ha_s of potatoes. However the outlook is been no clash between the 0. 1J. U. j for a inore open fall, though the lack 'agitators and .officers of-ihe law in I o[ nioisture Is causing soino anxiety. tho JJrumieller'field whore tho mino The mercury'last uight dropped to operators haVo secured an injunction I 31- ngain certain 0. .leaders pre- venting them from carrying on their propaganda with the purpose of more-miners to strike. The In-1 Junction aUo prevents the circulation of organ of the 0. B. 1C niincrs. .The injunction is directed against: Henry Beard, P. Christophers, B. Motor drivers who aiay have lost licenso plates should.bp careful to report the matter- to .Hie police, to.save the.loss of money and lime which otherwise would take place by their being obliged to appear in the city police court to answer for the absence of this necessary item to every car. In the summonses' issued several appeared tfeforo Magistrate Irwin, on Wednesday, and the charges against I them were withdrawn 1n .that they were ablfl to tell the court that tho loss of the number pia.te had hctii re-', ported by them to tlio A.P.P. George Colaras and Henry Pilling were, how-i ever, not so fortunate in that they I failed to report -the missing number j plate, and for this omission, and: in. being without the plate) ea'ch of had to iiay Ihe sum of 52 with costs. The omission 'to have his muffler connected, and thereby the "cut-out" on his.car open, cost Frank Humphries J2 and costs, which was i the fine imposed- by. Magistrate trwlu." The only place vf here you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is. at. Hultoh JPcrkins 418A South Phone 693 doora S. -'Always in good'taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited 'BAKERS PHONE 378 J. S, Authorities Won't Give Up Body ;Iaim Slain Bootlegger As An American Hold Inquest Tho Inquest on the body of the late Victor Ryberr, who shot by'Con- stable Halo of the A. P. P., which was to have been held at Manyherrles on Tuesday afternoon was adjourned ow- ing to a question as to where it shonld be held. The body is still on the Am- erican, sido of the border, and the authorities there are not.prepared to give it np to the Canadian authorities In that the dead man.was a citizen of the United Slates. Two of the A.P.P. vfp.nl across to-convey the body to where tho Inquest was to liy.ve been held, but were refused permission to movo it. farmers were so busy, they art soaking up the grouad-_noTW, and every. _ day additional farmers are asking fol water." Most of the- grain will soon he clear- ed, off the irrigated dis- trict so that much'water-will bo used, This will serve tp'put the land ia coiv dltlon for tiljing'aud alsd store up moisture for next' year. Some time this week-thV water irill reach within two miles' of- Taber on the Taber extension.- Ditches are be- ing cleaned out now. to let the water through.. Barnwell farmers the water for some time arid'iaany "bt them have been pouring it on. the land, determined that they will have a crop. next Fall Irrigation this year appears to he a good plan. August and Septem- ber were dry.'' They wero the dryost- for thoso months on- record. Tho record for the two months is a total of 3.65 Inches. This year August produced .20 and Septv or a total of .25 for tho two months. This Is 3.40 Inches under the averagef and 2.84 inches loss than fell in months last year. Lack of Is making fol! plowing. a Hard matter, P.O. BOX S10 PHONE 1613 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadfa' Building 612 Third Avenue South' BOARD WEEKLY LUNCHEON THURSDAY The Board of'Trade .will hold its regular weekly luncheon on Thursday at 12.30 at the Com- mercial cafe. All are urged to attend. EvansY JOB'Farmer, Mike Dunlch, Oeo. PJllmer, Ales.; 'Brown, Arthur Rowley, Alex. Koike, i Peter Ariinglon, J.' aimroff. -'These men have declared their in-1 tention of the', injunction. "SACRED CAT HAS NO TAIL, HO LEFT.EAR 'AND COLD FRONT TOOTH CrflCAGO, Oct. Chicago's most fashionable sub- urb, Is under the protection bfthe .sacred cat of Persia.' Mrs. H.! O. Cartozlan. of a wealthy Per- sian, explained to the police that1 no Persian home Is '.complete or without a sacred cat; "A red ;cat must have no left eaf, anti must possess a gM front tooth.' We found and Ji.id It That's she BAMNBROS. PHONE 625 Cotton Felt MATTRESSES BlJlLT, NOT STUFFED GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE NIGHT SCHOOL Monday and' Thursday Eveping's 7.30 to 3.30 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION We leach you Individually, at your own desk. Toil will not bo emharrasaocl by'helng placed in a class with moro advanced stu- dents, neither will your progress be retarded by slow Ones. SUBJECTS Shorthand, Typewriting, Book. keeping, Arithmetic, Spelling, Grammar, Writing, English, Bin- Letter Writing, 413 8th St..South Phone 1315 Mutiny on the high by a fireside, and battle '3n the beach are shown in "Under .Crimson Elmo Lincoln's Universal photodrama. Not a serial. At Colonial Friday and Saturday this week. COMMENCING WED. OCT.20TH MR. EDUCATOR will clvo short talks to ambitions young people. They VjU appear on this page. Watch for ih6m. ERY BUTTER If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot Supply you let us have his name. People that havo used it say it Is good and come hack for moro and yon do the same. Ml tho leading grocers in the city are handling this fine brand of buller. Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDQE, PHONE 1929 lethbridge School District No. hi Glasses general satisfaction into the home.' Keep the name of' our bread on the tip of your tongue. Classes have'been organized and mil commence on MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4TH, in the following: AT THE MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL- ARITHMETIC AND ENGLISH; SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING AND BOOKKEEPING; MOTOR MECHANICS; CHINESE CLASSES. AT WESTMINSTER SCHOOL- PIT AND FIRE ENGLISH FOR .BEGINNERS. Further enrolment will he inado at either of. tho above sciiools every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 7.30. The Trustees wish lo announce that classes will he organized' and commence work on Monday, October lllh, in the Manual Train- ing building, for candidates wishing to take the examination for Bteam Engineer, or niiy person, interested in these classes. (Sgd.) J. E. HODGSON, 1 Superintendent of -Schools. FARMERS, ARE YOU OJVO OUR We are sending out money orders for cream received. Ship your cream to us for the best price, prompt returns and satisfaction. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. PHONE 1576 Bronchial Asthma HEALTH TALK NO. 1 BY HYRUM SMITH, D.C. Bronchial asthma only cliffers from other forms in the fact that it appears localized in the chest rather than higher up. There is a spasmodic struggle for breath that often amounts to real agony. The breath is short and painful. The causa Is pressure upon spinal nerves In the dorsaT, or upper back between the shoulders, and adjusting nt this point is the only'means of getting at and removing the nervo pressure which Is the cause of this disease. Those suf- fering from thla ailment frequently havo a humped curve in tho back-hone in the neck ami tipper shoulder region. Ad- justing has been responsible for the restoration of thousands .who thought thbmselvo'' to a life time of suffering- from Ibis-disease.' VISIBLE RESULTS CONVINCING. K. an attorney, .writes; "Visible results cnnnot he dis- puted and such results 1 have observed, both in my own case and in cases In my family- Chlro- .Tjractlc Is a scienc'a which mer- its ovefy-nld. it forces recogni- tion from the most Chiropractic'' Research' Bureau, Statement No. HOD. There is' no. charge for con- sultation and 'it lilnces you undftr no obligation. HYRUM .TUNE B SMITH SMITH CHlRpPRAfcTORS, 205 SHERLOCK "BLOCK PHONES 1677 ANb'l-MI HEALTH Adjustments when given Tvilh .scientific precision restore health: in all diseases affecting tho following organs; BRAIN EYES EARS NOSE THROAT ARMS HEART LUNGS LIVER STOMACH PANCREAS SPLEEN SIDNEYS SMALL eoWELT LARQI- BOWEL GENITAL ORGANS: THIGHS ANb LEGS ;