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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT ft I THE LETHBRIDGE. ALP THE H3RAUVS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL THURSDAY; OGTOBEH M, 1920 LirfHPHlDGE. ALBEttTA. BANK CLEAR1CS AT LETHBRIDGE HADN'T A PERMIT STOCKMAN FINED week bank clearings show- ed Increase of over the corresponding week lart year, this week the Increase Is almost large, Wing This makes the total Increasj for the first two wick? of the month' al- most one million Indi- cates that the total Increase In. Octpbv bank clearlnss .this year, .-wlfl be The total at the present rate wil! be In the nelBh- borhood of the biggest month In tho history of the city. Clearings for week ending tsday were as against 'for. the corresponding week a year ago. Heavy movement of grsln li for'.ths Increase, and the rate at which wealth. from the crop pouring Into the district.1 A case which is interesting to stock- men, came before Mr. Robert Hender- son, J.I'.; at Plr.chcr Creek, oa Satur- day, October 9th. Mr. Allk Nasadyk of Toild Creek, berta, was chaiged with having al-j wed his stock to enter upon .the rowsuest Forest Reserve without a i contrary .to section 2, sub-see-: ou (b) ot.the Regulations for Do- Inloa Forest Reserves., The siccl'sed 'pleaded giillty was ned ?20.00 and cosls amounting in ali ORDER IS GIV Protection for .Refineries Causes AVhoie- i :salers .Sugar- prices ami jibe new order of tb'o 'of .Commerce Eettlng the price al'-Sl cents retail was oie of 'the, interesting topics, of eon- verfalion in Thursday morn- audi from the -general re-marks passed the Boarrt- of Commerce isn't considered e-xaetly In'n complimen- -tary lleht- In fact, ft seems to be In a 'class with the board of railway com missloners lU'Dopular disfnvbr. don't they leave iis alone and let competition set the prices" declar ed one wholesaler" on hearing the news. s "If my compctilor. can bring in sugar and ssll-it cheaper than our Tirrn can the, public is entitled to the. better jfrlcfs.V-Vo' cau't go to gov MEAT PRICES MAKE DROP Meat pries in the. retail 'stores frpai five conts to ten cents per; pound, iincl further reductions are looked to" This does not ap- ply to pork, tlie price of which. Is -Voiding up owing to -the scarcity of hogs In the market. Q ff ff AN "EVEN SPLIT" IN' A-COURT. DECISION Appear Along With Negro, in the'City Police Court, on .Disturbance Charge Very Little .Opposition Evident Wrong Impression -Exists One week from today, cm Thursday Octobar-21, tho rote on the Letliuridga Northern bond issue of for the construction of that irrigation project 'will he taken, and outside side ot life was uantly Illustrated at tic city police Thursday, whtn three human derelicts faced the inigistrste on the charge of creating a diBturtauce by being lea Jed. in a public iilaee.' One of the mcivwas totally blind, nnd another had only one eye. The third was.a negro.who, together wltil the Mind man, was said to he a dlsrepu- tahle character, and hoth ot. them were held to he a menace to the exer- of the city police to-keep tire city clean. With the three .was a woman Implicated In tho charge who appeared later, The three all pleaded gulltr. AVill- iam Winnicqtt was Bned ?10 -with costs or one monthj-in default ol pay- ment-'Unsh'Mistercoiij a lumberjack What may be described as an "even split" with the plaintiff getting the better ot it, in that ho was awarded the costs ot the action, the'result ot the case of Kahne vs Olseri heard before Judge Jackson ou Wednesday. His Honor gave judgment, with costs, on behalf of tho plaintiff -for the sum of J223. This covers tho damages claimed to the citcnl of the dishes, tools, seed.wheat repairs to drill and fanning r-'schiae. Tho claim for the horse and cows, alleged to have beeu allowed to die and to deteriorate In value through tho nosHseuco ot tho defendant, wan disallowed. UBERAL LEADER TO BE TOLD a ABOUT IRRIGATION NEEDS Slrong representations .were made business men' o' Lethbridge tu the business men of Lelhbrldge at tho weekly luncheon of the- Board of i Trade Thursday to take advantage of tho visit of the leader the Domin- ion opposition, Hou. W. L. McKenzlo King, and party on the occasion of the leader's visit here uest Tuesday to place before him the irrigation situa- tion in this province in order to ac- quaint him fully with the possibilities of extension cf irrigation and tho need of aH in financing the projects. "It Is a non-political question so far are concerned" declared President Marn'OL-h; "und I" hops tho little'opposition''In a-couple of dls- from 'Craunrobk> who had blown into trictB there Eeerus to be no doulit that. ten tho vote will overwhelmingly in) days rat Placed :irv Solitary Confinement Stolid Silence in default; VVi'llliem Howard, favor of the project. 'colored, whs fined 510 or one_month. Jtl i. ,t The Rocky Coulee district Is dtvld-! On a further charge of permittlns ed in its vote and there will probably drunkcimess'pn his premises Winni- ue ten or twelve' voles registered con with coats or one against there. month.-. auuiueu ecu, wnu One rumor which has gained.cred- iRaliiu Field was fined and costs watcfl 8et OYer him. ence in some parts of the' district re-1 for disorderly conduct In a public (man mm erriment: aml-'aal; protection lisalasL a filling market. If we lose money on sngarwe stand: t.Ua loss..'Why should 'the three or four sugar refin- eries In- Canaila ''It took, a farmer -to put. the; cap; on, tfie story. "That finishes this Rovern- am taking what I "can set for my If It's J2.BO 'alright, "if'it's only or less, alright. Dut the popi- struggling v.bile bcillg conducted who Is now protected io! r _ _____ cently Is that, In addition to tlie an-1 place. nual charge for mainteuance thoro Elizabeth MAW, who was charged would be an annual-charge for water. with being Intdiicated in a'public This is not correct. There is a main-' place, in company with the three men tenancb charge of fl.76 per aero as estimated, which will'pay all thij char- ges of office.-and engineering staffs, j water .masters, cutting weeds and Ikee'ping the canals clnared put. But Unere is absolutely no charge for the .'water. This Is given to the district -by.tho government race'- secured becomes a'perpetual right.for the Bassoff, who >ras'condemned to be hanged at I ha Supreme pour! at Mac- leod, on was brought hack to tho city by train the same night, hearily 'guarded. Ho 'was lodged In cell in Uio A.l'.r1. barracks, and early this morning was the provincial jail where ho was plac- ed in solitary confinement In the con- demned cell, with a day and a night The condemned man maintained' a stolid silence who had been previously charged, first pleaded not guilty and then stated that she was guilty. In answer to tho __ r__________ ciucstlon of the magistrate as to what (he then dispersed, her religion was she replied "Scotch.' 1 throughout The 'train was full of foreigner's who knew Bass- oB and' who 'were'returning after at- tending the trial. No disturbance of any kind took "place. The crowd that got osL the train waited for the ap- pearance the prisoner in charee pi ar refiner, _ the' extent of the duty on sugar, which if appears that'nyuerg, dead boot- legger, and his companion Aiichenique, who got away from the police near being conducted Lethbridge, were'to across the lino .eight. hours v 4t.A caieu across 11110 Is not produced in and by the had away lhl has to have Ih'e still further, proti the board of commerce io keep him Jill l D etective Laurence, of tha s found them, a a Thcy wore arniea with heavy lugers- and In. company with others. On seeing the..officer 'approach they warned'him that.-if :he. caiho within yards ;lHey, .would, put -a .bullet Into him. Haying'no on the Importing Co., wholesale manufactur- ers of malt coffee stating that some wants more now. They ask for hp.nw round want to gel In tench with grain; firms'which are handling the kind 'needed. correcting VPresbyterian." Shej was given omvm'onth at'Fort Sas-' liatchewan, without tho option a fine. -The accused, who came.from i Edmonton ,to Wacleod and then on'-to 1 Lethbridge, Jiael.-cnly recently com-i pleted a-sentence-of-two months in jail' under the de-, linquency act, her chil-; from losing money on a falling fat'I wish they would-'protect my wheat from, but I( _. hardly': think .-It's worth while to-ask th'eB'to do Sugar today is 'being sold the to tho retailers at per hundredweight and the average price over the retail coun- ter Is tl.SO'for. a :20 pound sacki or 22 1-2 cents p3r pound. The local wholesalers could bring .in American sugar at a much better prlca the Herald learned from thej head such concern this ing. American buyers are' paying j- JOO for granulated sugar to a Michigan This sugar, with! the cost of duty, exchange, freight and] commission added, could be laid dqwnj In LethbrMge-at a price 'which' would' retail. OTiji. cooriter at a saving! of a :cpuple of'cents'per-pound I present i though no_ longer fam- HoUEewlTes'ln'preat Fallsrare pasr I ous for its beer, stlllls-in the-markct Ing only are for barley according to a letter oh file gelling better :price la I board at trade -.offices, .and 20 pound sacks. j Koiithern Alberta barley "Boycott sugar" was the advice It it can be secured. The hoard has grocer, gave-housevr'lves Ihis morning. received a letter from The'Milwaukee Make'.lhe. refiners .come.down. Tho price of raw sugar brought Into Can-. Ida and the United fUnlcs Is Ihnt sugar1 could bo sold in.Canartn shortly at 14 to 16 cents retail, declar- ed another wholesale man, and a boy- c'olt against those who are keeping prices up fictitiously is In order he Ah automobile prairie schooner en route from. Tennessee to Calitor'nia contains tour'upper and lower berths a kitchenette, a shower- bath-and'h to obtain .the .arrest of the but in the meantime" they chang; Dr. Keith has resigned as Clinician1 Faculty of Medi- cine, ,University-of Toronto, to ac- cept the post-Bf. Second Assistant in the Mayo .Foundation for Medical Re- search at-Rochester, at .a salary of Lumber camps In the mountains as ar west as Kevelstoke arc calling for all the men they can get at per day and up, according to Supt. Thos. Long, worth of the government employment mreau. Mines are also asking for men day, though In local camps men are beginning to drift In and tha crews ar? fining up rapidly to tola strength. Tho call fpr men for threshing Is overi and If good weather prevails threshing operations will be all' ove the end oE this month. up with the farmers in impreaslEB on, he opposition leader our needs. Ho needs education, and inspiration oa this subject which' Is "of so great im- iiortance to us. Xo plan has rived at yet to accomplish this, but we are working out a plan which will put Mm in touch, with our We also liopa that, on Wednesday neit, when .-j" tho Liberal leader'will spend'most of the day tu this city, some arrangement may be made to sbow him And his par- ty over the irrigated district easVp? thr, President llarnoch has this, m'attef actively, lu hand and Is consulting with members of tne j council board so that, views of botWhiisK.-v ness.-men on! in1gitipi( bo brought forcibly to Hon. King's Eotlce. Thp the board of tradd today was brief, but.was well attend- ed. President Marnoch reported the action of the council of-the board In asking the" of trade to act for Ihe local body In the protest against tho freight rates Increase.1- Major engineer ofVthei Northern, asked that every. Lethbrldge resident-owning land, la the Lethbridge Northern district, :s entitled to a vote on the bond elew tion on October 31 should make art effort-to go to the polls and register his vole so that tho majority. In possible. Second Select COLONIAL DANCE P. HALt. TONIGHT Dancing from 0.30 to 2. Lunch. at'midnight. BERESFORD'S SIX-PIECE ORCHESTRA Perfect floor. Secure invitations from S: Drown or Chas. Boresford. Phones 360 or 1806. Always in good taste. JOHNGpORE Limited PHONE 376 GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make tliis cafe a favorite with too. The Yale SOUTH cays, The, coal sllualion in Coallmrsl showed an imprpTOnient, In return to the American i3 ot llia'inen'who'refused IP RO bjfk. their Jobs ('nis "iiiornlng.' tn the Monarch ,mine of the North "American Collieries at Is. anlhorltellyely, staU ed that 108 of the dissayillcd faction' wont back to work tho city bverylhitig Is going on P.O. BOX 640 PHONE 1610 ncome lax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSQN 5-6 Acarfla Building 612 Thlfd Avenue South HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF' BRAND CREAM- ERYKJTTER If not, ask your grocer for. this brand the next time you neecl butter and if he cannot supply you let us have his name, Peopri tliat have used It fay Is good and come back for i'more and you will do the same. All tho leading grocers In. tho city are handling this fine brand ot butter. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRtDGE, PHONE 1929 DN'fQRGET The only place where you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Perkins 418A Fifth Street South 3 doors 5. of -Coionfa) 'Theatre UNDER AUSPICES OF THE L. A. A, A. EXHIBITION BUILDING ANKSGIVING MONDAY EVE. NEXT, OCT. 18TH Dancing From 9 Till 1 Double Extra Lady.....................50c BAWDENBROS. PHONE White Enamel Bedsteads 4' 6" WORtH TO BE HELD IN J. WIGAD'S BARN-COMMERCE BY DIAMOND LODGE NO, 71, I.O.O.F. OK FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1STH REFRESHMENTS EVERYBODY .WELCOME Gents Free ARE YOU ON? OUR PAYROLL- We are sending out money, orders daily for cream received. Ship your cream to us for the best price, prompt returns and satisfaction. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. PHONE 1576 You may have looked at a Suit, an Overcoat, a 'Dross, a Waist or any other article of wearing apparel and believed it to unlit for further service. I'ool- ishly, you were ready tci send It to the ras hpap. That's a mistake. Send your clothes to its for a thorough dry cleaning. Our special procoss will show you how fresh and clean we can your old garments and give auditlonnl wear. Our City Dye Works S And Tailoring Phone 6th St. 8. Trie placr; where customers come back, OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK Here's a .refreshing, like- able drink fpr child adult. It's a beverage that you can witV. safety and enjoyment serve at your lable or to your '-guests'. Try It at yiiir favorite fountain today. A FULL LINE 'OF SOFT FLAVORS To new and larger premises HI 327 Stll TAILOR ;