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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >-a ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HBRAUTS FACE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1D20 LETHWUDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE ELEVEN Busy Time Arrsmged For Visit of liberal Leader Wee" BUI few Make Sunflowers Hon. King and Party Will Spend Nearly 36 Hours in Meeting Tuesday Night Main Event of Same Evening. AmngcmenU have now been com-1 Dieted tot the visit: here on Tuesday i and Wednesday of lion. W. L. Mac-: Kenzie leader, and .his party who have been touring tha west for some weeks! Intense interest- Is bejng manifested in llio >Islt, and the city will bo crowded on Tuesday voters from, every part of South- ern AlbcrlA anxious to-hear the new leader on the question of the day. Tha' program tor the visit, as ar- ranged by .the committee of; which li J. Seal is chairman. Is as follows TUESDAY 400 and party arrives from the west 4.30 mass meeting In the auditorium of'the Y. M..C. A- to be addressed :by. Leader King S.15 meeting at Majestic Theatre, E. S. .Tainter, chairman. 1100 pm Banquet to Aislting lead er and part} In the Silver Grill WEDNESDAY 10.00 Mr. King will meet THANKSGIVING DAY IN LETHBRIDGE delegations representing soldiers, In- dians and 'others In'' auditorium of Y MCA 11.00 to High School pupils by Honi'Mr; King, of Central School. 2.30 aro being made by tho Hoard pf farm ers of the distrlct-who are Interested in their case before the visiting leader, who will be the guest ot the Trado In a tour pf the district, including Irrigated lands, during the afternopn I leader King and party, will guests at a luncheon-given by. Seiiatpr mid-Mrs. De'.Vebor. at.iiuon Wednes day. Tho party; will> have the even- ing free, uiidiwlll ieavo'for Medicine 'Hat on the midnight' train. Great crowds have greeted Hon Mr King and .party, ..they, have held meetings throughout tho west and there indication 'that Lethbridge's welcome will be equal to the records established at other points S 4- 15 barrage of shot ahd-shell ;opens on prairie chick- c-ns m Manitoba this morning, tor the first time since 191S With" the large number of hunters Two Important visitors will be taking advantage of tho open season, brought to Lethbridgc. In tho Hotary it is Impossible to rent guns and deal Club this month The) are coming 'era stale (he sale ot ammunition equals chickens euds The posp of before the leaderof tho opposition m the House of Corn. moiis, the whole irrigation problem eipect to boU a conference Southern Alberta Announcement to of this city who are interest Jes, -nblcli goods and chattels were accepted sAmong plaintiff the who evidence was ei Mayor of aa convjeyor of the. appeaVed for the aud Elton for the defendsut- t this effect was nnde at the Board of Trade offices this irorinug s Mr Marnoch is making the trip in capacitv as preoidrat ot the Joird of Trada and chairman 'of the rrigation .Development. "Mr Kings somewhat recent re ntr> into politics lerv likel> menns hat he n not 30 well posted on irn ;atioD issuefe'.as Premier Meigheu' 'rejnierjjtewart and other member had paid.'.The .defendant, she said, swore the value' of-the-Iand wilh'out improvements to. and there was an unearned" increment of 'five per cent to be paid on heing the dlflcrenco'between at which the Iflrd was previdusly rPgistered, I According to the Great Falls Tn the Iftrd was previously registered, I r the present value or Sho 1 S .r claimed that there no agreement between, herself. and defendant that alie should pay the unearned Incre- ment tax, .The plaintiff went on to say that she was obliged to pay before she rceislratlon of the trans- fer, to the Hegislrir of tho Southern Mbefta Land Registration District, the sum ot Tho plaintiff, ac cordlngly, claimed from the defend; 11' tic taxes iild unearned Increment on the" ralue pt the land, ii lota! ot 5415. The Defence The defence denied .that Was sold free from encumbrances and that plaintiff f6und (axes against the land to the ampanC of denied that defendant had sworn that the value Pf the land nlhout ini prbvements and that there an increment tax oE 6 per cent IP be paid on Further the do tchdant said that the plaintiff, through her agent B 3 Walscott agreed with the 'defendant-- to. accept tho sum" of 150 In Tulf payment and satlsfactipn of the Increased unearned Inurement tas, If'tny, was paid to plain- HB'i! agent...." Subsequent to tlio ceptance by plaintiff ot ?SO, f'o do ttiid ml staled tbit another ig'eement Kits 'fciitered1 Cjrialn ''gdVlg chaltels wero given by him to tho plaintiff'in'fiili soltiem6nl 'of all oulsinhillng claims between tho part bune, J Hill a Lethbridga stockman has recently purchSsfed In Montana'25 head purebred shqrthpni breeding slock froni Hans Johnson'of Belt and Herman Jphhson'of .Eden'.'nhd also the whole shorthorn herd 35 head he ta _' _ oC Cotltfs, Dominion ro, been m Mon tana recently Inspecting.these herds r.Jcr !0 thsir srlpmert So AlbeiU Dr- Pattou In an interview" stated that there was movement of cattle through Grass port entrj, either way Trainloads of cattle by Mc- Intyre ranching .'companies" aro tho onlv big shipments These wero going to'the Chicago1 market. BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 62S SCHIiiiililHi! LINOLEUM 7' 6" X 9' .RUGS y x iz1 STOLE FUR STOLE GETS IS MONTHS At the close of the criminal sit- tings of the-Supreme Court at Hacked, E. Gilllgan, of Nanton, was months In the provincial for the theft of a fur stole, I Oui' delicious, nu- tritious, thoroughly satisfactory bread 'will provide a lot of wholesome nourish- ment day. -It is' thorough- bred oread. V; 'S Mr. JTarr' ed m boys' Tavlor StattenShas been prominent in. "i M C In Can ada for and Mr Atchlson is a raember.ofiibe Rotarv Club of Yorl? andLtfcjtead ot a boys' work organisatioirsrj.Qiat These nreh-anfiVisitin'g all the Rot- ar> Clubs' In thff Dominion. T ot both said Mr. JTaft noch, 'and we cannot over ook an; cliauco of acUnncing' our in .Our. that-1 shbuM', meet Hon Mr King prior to his ir rhal In Ivalhbridge to expliln thu situation Is wholls non political We one of the chief political leaders'of the to be as well informed as to the sitnatiok and our needs as arc members of the govern j ihent and others." Hi JeSehl, chairman "fit the corn'ralte" tco on arrangements for Hon Mr King's >i-iit mil go to Cranbropk to welcome him. 1 You-ero a said a clerk to a middia- aged woman being registered foT vot- ing. I am" she replied. DON'T FORGET The only placo'where you .qan get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at j> Hutton Perkins Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatr'a P O BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALl'sTS Financial "ANALYSTS: Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON' AND CO, 5-6 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue South Unless you are suffer an opacity of the crystaiihe -leha or. "cornia, or unless you hava an.eyo disease that needs surgi- cal the proper HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF BRAND CREAM: ERY BUTTER If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us Ins name; Poopio that used 11 Ray It Is Kood.nnd como-back fof more you will do tho same. All the leading grocer's In tho city are handling this ffno brand of butter. V Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE MOSTDEllCIOUSppERTFOR THANKSGIVINlGlNiR ICECREAM Flavoied to suit all tastes, in bricks, ready for serving; ORANGE SHERBERt CENTRE NEAPOLITAN PINEAPPLE STRAWBERRY VANILLA TUTTIFRUTI NOTHlNo LESS THAN QUART DELIVERED CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. PHONE 1576 S. ;A. VISITOR In Youfeg Peo pie's-Councils, Colonel Frank ..Morris has sioner to conduct -these gatherings. The Colonel has connected with the Saltation Arm> for thirty years, ho has had a varied experience aa an' -offlcer in various was In the early days irivalo-secretary to Commander Uia of the pioneer officers :b the Yukon when the gold rush to tliat country: first started Hff vias in charge of the ten jears ago In thO'Paciflc.provlnce, and to the last.sir iears has occupied tho position ju province o Canada as ;fleld secretary He has In good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited 1 BAKERS PHONE'378 Over Two Hawked Cars Coal Shipped ThisWeekByCfJl Approiimately bushels of wheat havo bcoa moved by the-. C.P. R., out of Southern Alberta during the) -week. The average number ot cars loaded during the past E'eVcn days has been 185 a day. The above estimate 1s made from, the fact that each car will take 1500 bushels of wh-at Loading of commercial coal IB this division for the period has 135 cars a day and coal for railway uso.has avefaged SO. also had command of other important positions The Colonel will in meeting by Major Goodwin, an offlcer of thirty-two years' who remembers tho early gtruggleiM which rough fighting in thow of the Sahatlon Army Jn But' ern Canada: Adjutant Hardy, -LlMl' the corps officers ahd'bther-fleld: qmcars will assist In these councils.- .tonight at 8 p.m. in the Citadel a wel- come to the: Colonel In his official1 ca pacity will be given him Ai> Buchanan, MI', chairman, supported by "ministers' and .gentlemen- ot.-tWf city. 'Ail are welcome? The Langnmlr Point property al Sparrow has been acQulred br .the Toronto Methodist" Union to" tc added to tho summer camp You may bov'e lobkcd at a Suit an Overcoat, a Dross, ;a Waist or any other article of wearing apparel and! to; bp unfit for furtlier-servlre; Fool- ishly, you to soml. It to. the rag .neap. That's' a mistake. clo.llies to us .fprj.'ilthorough.fdry cleaning. Our special proees'i! will show you-, how fresh clean we can inako your old garments and give additional wear. Our City Dye Works And Tailoring St; plact where co'me'back.' GOOD FOOD Well Nicely served l Moderately priced ..Will ninks this cafe a favorite with vou, too v The Yale FIFTH. STREET SOUTH OKLA-APLO A DELIQHTFUL DRINK v Hero's a cool, refreshing, llkt able'drtnk for child or adult- It's a beverage that you can with safety and'enjoyment serve at your tablo or to your guesti' Try it at ycur favorite fountain today. A FULL LINE OF SOFT FLAVORS To, nieV_and larger premises T. t RIDPATH TAILOR ra ra ra ra ra ;