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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Heralds Page of Live Local News Ttbe fcetbbyibge- 1beralt> All The Local News Ycu Expect It Y, ocmm-m 1019 LETIIBHIDCE, ALUi'KTA. il-; SEVEN .Mayor Terms on Which Cunlslon Supply Csn be Had also dis- I'at Kuan, formerly ul iho" rily loliec, I14 in lliL- city, back from Win wlniro uo lias beou doing some -.sful detective work for a ]irl- vato p-irLr hi-re.f Mr Egan went oui to tin- Manitoba city li> recover Stilling tmr butter in your Irtuute millt all year urouud, anj j yitiorv Uond of Hit value off further lo loss taken away from tlio 01- hi distribution, it will be iiccosBaTjr jBjlini holder willi the object, as ?Lat- lo lake up all tho subsidiary- ifi-lys- ol disposing of the willi lliu Lilei coimpLied wElli ihenillk buiiliiols! ituou'lcdge of ibc holder, ibo best particularly Ihc Ire cream end ol ibo price oiiainahle. Not licarilg any-i I will bo pleased (o hear lliu bond or ol ihu party 1 from you Ihc above question v.as (lenuled lo sell Hie tame, tho ui au tarly date, Very truly yours, Chief Muuiuath Creamery Co.. 1-ld I'CTL IJ. Macintosh. AUu. Director. UIL- of Mr. Kgan to recover farmers affected hy ihc drouth. Mr. bis property. This bo did, returning I rehiled Ibal Vliil Thero appears to be LI icrlirn am- ount of controversy In milk circles, raused by ihe aiiiiude nt .Mr. Macin- tosh of the Chief Mountain 3l CunlfiLon, is Ukiiis Lu roEan) 10 Che iupply o[ milk in the cily. The- nun-- using dtrpclor ol the cream-; cry holds the opinion Hint si monupoly M being aud tlial lio Is'ahul out from in milk, the supply will cause nn of the crticlc liorc with Us reflection' on prices. This view Is held in a letter he has_ written the _Miiyor and which Id sub Jo Inert. In this inter, as Ll will le noted. Mr. contends that liu was made to fool his milk ivas not wanted, :ind he urges that, thoucli he duc-s not desire to put Ihc 1-VlLbridgo producers in wrong licl.t" ft1 i 111 Inn pcojilc of I.'MhurMge. tavr of supply anil deuiiiml should lermlnc Lhc supply of mill: :inii if the- 'Cartlslan district ran supply tun pro- duct il chcajiLT shoiilil ba given the chance (o do so. The Iftitcr hus lie on released for pub- lication: Mr. MacKinlosh's Lrttsr AUieria. Clh. 1919. Vf. IV L. llaitlic, Hsq., Mayor o[ ihe L'ily oi1 Lpthbriige. floar lU-garaiiiE tao question supply, in your city, I name; able controversy in llic cily papers re, was mudu to the of tlio public I flco. P. Smilin, minlslcr of cdu- thc present prices, and lor your infor- market ihc I'rcii to lunch, .ia he wiH be present nintion 1 won id Ilka lo siJilt! -luiui- dent Ihymncr. Ilryinner wished loi jii Ihc cily on llic 7lh to nllend the know Ihe feeling of ilie .meeting in j conference. regard to the report on ihc market.] Land Titles Office submitted by 3lr. Lund ai Ihc last j jn to ihe communication in and if any further p.ction regard 10 Ihc-lniid lilies offlcc-in Ihe IMgh enlcrlatument. Me Thit. be cuL'sIJcrcJ ihat [h-> (us ht-l'i, was to ilu- iho aiiracUnn It' providviir in population lo tin.1 cily ivhei thhip.s ruidc an Intellectual anj :i Inisiiir-s siiiun he reckonctl [hat Jiatl ii.i Itt [In: m.'.ror i trp.i-lint; iH-'onlo lo the- city, haiu held that the Lyceum par lite tchools. Relief to Farmers Mr. llrynm-.T hroufjljl Liji of ihe relief T') farmer- ill ilje iujiply of c'orlit-s [n Wonit-n'ri Civic Clu'D wan utigas' suij tliai tLti clul> baj for children's eluihiug ruiij conhl ilo so lo in quesiioil of froo iransportailois hpSng arranged with UH-. br? couFidercd flar nf-i-. Ho was that the caye .-huulJ prooeej and, tlioiiRhl Thai Mr. Ile-inlry v.n-? not sincere in nefcltie for an To ihis statement Mr It-.n-Iry LC..X offence. j "You knoiv t'o much.' ho> replied, i sinrsi to knoR' all I can iiij unswercd back Mr. i-I Hi. .vti'Hl the d. Ilo in any eonnecllon with the relief in Mr. llenflry: 10 4-vj'loiK-j: Mr. J'-ilmc-r: You Thomas on fpr Tore- iljly Abducting of Mr. Harris HOT ARGUMENT. To iwJai ait T-ld saying 'AVhc-n law- "YoLi c-videnlly in the cSsu "Xoihing of :he kind. thoro i-i roihing in tbe upaiiM me dcfcndaui as hi; I Mi I nol forcibly abduct unl hold her 1-or will." Mr. Hetnlry: with ,1 silioteiin." Srrgea.nl lu-ro iiLloriiofod diat ilie nolico itprp nol ans- ious jto prosecute, as ii Mas witlim thflr knowl-ilge thai Mrs. Harris weiu lawav with SIIBC or own frr-e will "lllllllu -MAIL in the euj tho .lerWcri Wl1" to adjonrn thi trial from week 10 k uniil irai-rU was aLle to Mr. 11. II. Marnoch. nrciiitenl, of tho Doanl ol Trade, v.-tll b? 'borlly back in lixo city.. From informitlou which bas reai-lied. here, b-; toJay from iho O33 Country. yers ine tn the with llic in his be- Mr Cory, deputy minister ol the interior, and Premier KU-wiin. Th'.1 promicr toltljilm thai every iiieiil harl licen inadi' [or giving JH--- eru neetlcd. CcnstriiL'tum work I ?h provided anil in IJiis nut litany he thought had availed UiMiuulvcrf the opportunity of lilting OVCL- vlik-li such works A siiccln.t wllh a lliurouRh c( lie- country, hail been o go arouDd and look into ih This K. Harris Explodes Bomb Al Hoard of Trade Charge is Denied Thill fruil, vegetables and groceries front ten tu cent. Higher in price in than in r.nlfary, statement uiartc by Mr. D. E. IJarrls aL .Thursday Uoarcl bt a milk of Trade luncheon. This was Inject- Rolary ___ __._ ..__ ____ osi-siiler- cd Into ilio meeting when :i reference die boanl the opportunity oT inviting in Ihc city. The Women's Civic Club, it was announced, intended tn look the blllctling of thu outside visit- ors. x .Owing to the fact lliat the Rolary Inttntl to tender Slcfanssou. HIP Arctic explorer, a lunclieon when he visits the cily on November fitb, it rfas agreed that the Board ar Trade lun- ctieon that week will bB held on Ih-i Friday so as not 16" cragti wilti Hie aud also lo ntfonl d Ijy Mr adjournment, as Mrs. Harris, whom lie Baalim. His committee was ai work consiilc-red a material -itnesF. had on j oil tbc eamo and he was them in flic evening to discnys manors. facts rcgnrrfltig tho ojieratioiis ol the uiilk business iluriin; winter., fall Mr. Carlylc tn nw- (ns Manager-'ol the Chief Mountiin Crcomery me V I could in ihc vfcw UelJ Ihat tho him with pasluriztd milk, aflc-r market :il ihc urgent lime was "i-tlirtg in tewh n'ltb my producer. coiisi'lercl ultOKCtlier advisable- here-! lound several ititn who tlesirpJ 1 the ijuesticn was ulmiit to lie sholr- io yet into the 'milk, busincjs, and iu-jtJ. when IInrrEs cousldcrcil lltai termed! Mr. Carlylc that I could supply j ii 'was worthy of more alleniion In him. Things went alone rigliL un- til after when Mr. hloyd (n producer) called me on Ilie telephone and naked me how inuch Ihc price Jlie people of, tile city liad lo pay for their domestic supplies. In tlil.s counecliou ho cited (lie of Calgary in respect to priced aa coin- milk-1 could supply at the .current I told him lhal I could continue the supply uf, at present, and lie SJiid curtail your supply'ilifta. us ive cannot produce milk nny cheap- j chV'ils who resehtcil .the "soft er tlian wc'nr'c doijig, and your supply impcachnicnt." n loo greal a in tnojttiHt iiu hail.a in mi tr partrl 10 Challenged Mr. was not.allow- by tUc nicr- edj. to" those who necietl reliuf, and the iremier was satisfied that cvLTyihinj; n regard lo relief is heing done. The question of lunc-1 acTOininudu- ioo was briefly louoUed 'umplinirnts liaiipened at proviiu'lat courl, on Friday itini-ning. ThomuH sjipuared br-iori.1 rruio on iin aliductlon aiorr js previously relate! in ilie thi: away from of Thomas tfige v.lth Ihe wife of a Mr. llarri-. The pailR-i ar- ic-stod in Winnipeg by the police j anj a provincial constable went down lo and. bronght tlienj back lo tbe cily. The charge prcferre.1 Hagc was that of forcibly In itcpu Mr. Murnoi'h spend a'short liina In OtlaivB, iii to matters con- nected wiili iut irrigation Leforo'lie comes ou to LetLbrttige. Ilo will In all probability be accompanied, to Iho city bv ]iis brother, William Maruoch. M.C.. weiiL ihc 39th Battery, C. Y. A. Lieutenant lias been de- i.iinea in liOApital in Halifax for Ih'.- fi-w weeks, Hiiflrring from broken rlts. This was occas- ioned on hU landing in Halifax tliro-jgi] a plank on the platform ou 1 wliicli he Flopped ftivin; way. fii tu- a revolver battle bt-lwcc-n seven j dearoriuK 10 have bimself hn iell attend tbe court, rlispensinp with tlio apncarAiic-G of accused 01: these and 41 ;irrcEtcil. men UOUFL', une wepro killed ninst :i [.ilc; of wooil siBiaiuing iiijur- Ifls which his iv-monil to the liusiiitHl. ducting MrP- Harris ami holuing htr When Ihe case catuc up Mr. Ilrndry on behalf o' Ihe liuabrind asked fx AUTO ROBBER GANG GETS NICE HAUL IIOSELLE, X.J., Oct. gang of travel ling m a larce lour- ing car. rolilicd Iho First National Dank of Tloselje today. slioL a pullcc- man in a duel in one 'of Ihe robbers was also wounded, and cs- capcd with about of Ihe hank's Thursday hiight undergone- an opem-j tion which would prevent her appear- ing in the rourL for three weeks. Sparring of Counsel The application for adjournment was opposed by ,Mr. Palmer, ivlio pearod for as if affected tiK client's as to cmployiuenl. lie would have to he in aUendauce aL the court periodically and indefin- itely from time io time until ilie mut- ter was disposed of. He contended thai, if anythjuc ,llici ntaciiri! of Mrs. Harris was cenliist the defendant, as Daudeu observed from (.Ilarcsliolm cily. I lold Iiiui lhaL I had j who was after Iniyirig furniture aud with Mr. Carlylt lo send liinVall Llic hail sonc lo CclBary tor. the pnrpos nfilk 1 tared buy and would nol bui was nuablfl to make any purchase entertain Iho irk-a of'reducinE our in lliat Ihc prices there ioo high, ply following (lay Mr. Carlylb He, however, bought ulltUial he r-jlled'me on'thc telephone and a-ikcd way or fumltarc from his mo if 1 could nol reduce the amount of -lore. milk thai I. was-sending in. I told i. -Mr, Clarke considered (hat.Mr. Harris him il would bo hard to know who to j'should no: he allowed.lo get awny with cut out ;intongsl my producers as they the slalcfnent, he To this Mr all cniillcd. lo the same Harris retaliated ilitit, ii. neccsaarj', he mont. He then lold me Ihcy get- j could nauie the various articles where ling loo murli milk aud MS a consen-1 tlie'pr'cc was higher In Ilia .cily than IICHCC ho inCormed me by-4elter thai; in Calgary- l-e-inninE a certain dale following thai1 .Mr. McNIcol the alatc Ino price of milk would lie induced1 by nic-nt (hat in ihc nmlter uf groceries 51.00 per c-Kl. 1 could "ECC nl a glance j Mr. Harris wus rlfthl. that ounuilk was no: in Lctli-i r Lawyers cheaper liridpfi, and proeetiied lo riiscouraRej (j in th'e sphli nnr pulrona fr-.n sonding milk Of trying oil on iroulleil wat- i got Iheilf lo separate it anri in crentcil a prcRl of laughter thci foni] cream wliicli >lh. vrbon lie rennrked that lawyers C'arlyje handled; fur Ihe bdlancc of the In Lc-OiLrlilgc than In winter season. Xow, Mn Mayer, inyJThe (lUcnsplon as (here1 contCTiLton IH that "iinlron's can i were no roiircsenlativos of the gro-. prodiicii riillk cheaper than 'the Letb- j ccry irifde prGscnl to lake up ihc cud-1 producers ILut we should havo i gels in regard loMielr particular at least part, of tno Imsinrsss and in ness. c.slinintiin) it points lo a Thr. Conference L luonopoly1 in, ruatraint of competitive: Tin- nneslicn of iho coming school trailc. AVo do "not dcslrojp have any- contarenct was brought up ivltli.'lho do Iho d'sTrihution of ,fbrormallun given by Chairman milk In Ihe city, but we are In a 0( tlic public schoolB, thai, from lion fo so If'occasion dcmatida It, j 300 to -50U ouu'.dc leaclicrs would be but we arc in a position lo lay pnstnr- j Izcd milk down al ofr flea at D price of per hundred, ami to guarantee to supply milk :ill through tlio winlcr season al Ilio above pricu.-further, il.se.ems lo me that a inllk Is n Httlo thin for -a ronsumtfr lo pay a long price far. and vo would Lo Hilling to have tho milk tcjt 3.S per cent fat-at 54.00 per hun- dred. As 1 unjlcraiand the Bllnnlfon nt Lclhbrlilfic proJuccrs are get- ling J-UO at Dfllry for fin Jinpaatotirlzetl 3.G milk nnrt Iho con- U-mpfafeil rnlae, which was fniRlralcd on OCloftcr 1st to liave been 0 j por clyt. for an nnpasleurlzed 3.G pillK. j AH :l said before we nrf. iiot nnxlous lo tllatribule milk ;n I-cllibridge for fonvanlcd him, Hon. Archie Me- iDiniFicr of public works, wrolo tliut the matter1 receives learlicst supjiorL and lhal lie was Fully i convinced tbnt n, lanil titles office in jlbbridgc wasjicedetl in the Inler- le of the eonlli couulrj-. Winter Lyceum Mr. Dunham brought forward the plan foMlie winter Lyceum to bs held the "city! urging llic need of same and asking for tlic co-operation of present to mnkc it a success. lie looked on it np a highly needed Insli- tulion'in Iho .'.ray ot education, 1 anil CLUB CAFE VVc Serve the IJcst 35c Meal in the Cily. Quick Our CoTfec ond" French Pnal 'Is Different. E.A.EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear, of Union Bank WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF FIREWOOD We advise you lo gel some before the cold wealher, with the 'increased demand, comes. PHONE 421 AND-WE WILL DELIVER YOUR ORDER.' STAGEY LUMBER CO., LTD. CHAS. BHADBEER, Manager KNOX CHURCH ywing to to Reach Lsthbridgc LEO, JAN, and' M1SCHEL TT IIAVSK I UNDER AUSPICES THE KNOX CHURCH CHOIR POSTPONED Until Monday, October 2Oth, at 8.15 Tickets will be Q0o3 on lhat date. Money .will be. refunded to any "who can not attend. Admission 51.00, plus war tax. Tickets from of choir. Ihu n-.ison lha't it.cntll.i a lol or cslrn cxrinilF.c when la already, n tlls- trlliutluB agency Ihcro, imd further- inoro wc'flo nol wlsli lo rut the Loth- prpdiLc3r3 hi o wrong light Ilio people or l.cllibriilgt. but whal v.'C desire 13 Mint Ilio law Of "surply anfl ilcmaml -ilclcrmlifc tho price of milk llioro.and If Iho Uanlalon district can proilncl cheaper why rlo wq nol n c Inline nt It? We j realize tllal the feed Is a vnv.'j Jng onc.lEiia but wltat our (arm-J tfj desire Is nol to make a profit but j only lo.cnablC'thcniaelTCS (o Imy feed jvl'ilcli to br'iiig ilio cows lliroirgli the winlcr and ho nble lo raBko a jiro- fit nnl ycir when feed conlHIonfl wn liope wiH .be more normal, I hnvd written you al great 1'englh rognrrUrjg Ilils qiieslion. and Inial that yoii-will me. 33 I hare clono so hoiiliii! (o ulve you a clear Insight (nld llic'.fiisling condition, It would'hd preferable to aa to haTO Mr. Cnrlylo do Hie rllslribilllng IfVo could net foi'JdinsJn (lie suppls'. However, If we hare lo pul IH n dlhrlliulljtg filanl, It w.lH be Ticccsinry for Us lo ouraclrca lo handle a large uf TODAY WHITEFISH PICKEREL COD WOOL LINED MULE- SklN WORK ,GLOVES CAL SALE MEN' NEW FALL CAPS Largo assortment o[ paltcnis. n On sale nt WINTER CAPS lined csrlaps.-HCEUlr.r "52.25 lo J2.50. Rpocial at LttfU x OiF IVJeri's Clothins and Furnishings at FRED THAELL'S 315 Fifth Street, South OVERALLS, BLACK AND STRIPS Her, J2.50 lor 1.95 The Vancouver MMet Ctlfdllf Block Plions Ml Applied Food Control License For. Is the time to call us about that fire insurance. DELAY MAY MEAN DISASTER THE EDGETf AGENCIES i-td. Balmoral Block, Celhbrldgn Phone No. 651 f SWEATER CO ATS I lleivy knit. Jlegulnr Spvrcl.ll lor ................i... D. 50 FELT HATS Specials, llegiil.nr ?6.SO. On sale at ............A......... 5.00 Men's Suits. Large fuf-urLinc.iL lo choose frnni in all (he newest models. 'Colors' in sra'ys, lilucs anti tho following, prices: ALL WOOL HEAVY RIB COMBINATIONS Itcgular JS.iOC. fi 9 MEN'S KHAKI WORK SHIRTS Large well inatlc shlrls. On snlc 15 BOYS'OVERCOATS Sizes 24 35, to lie Folil Price. _ f Fall Oyercoats IN RUBBERIZED TWEEDS AND PLAIN OXFORDS Reg. Grey Tweed, belted model, on sale Reg. Brown Check Tweed, on sale Reg. Moleskin Cloth, rubberized, on sale WORK GLOVES Men's, Ilwsohido aiul- pigakin legiiltir Or> salo lined. 1.95 MEDIUM WEIGHT COMBINA- TIONS I Of nt 4.8D RIB WOOL COMBINATIONS 36.50. Excellent ear- t fncnt for, "n suit Men's Winter OvercoatS- Reg. Brawn all wdol ulster, _on' sale'at Reg. Gray all wool ulster, on sale at Reg. Brown cheik belted model, on sale UcBuTar prey heavy. I Weed j col In r. at S10 OU, bnllcd njoclcl wllh. slcwa Spc-cliil Circy (wood licllcd nioticl pockcte, Ol f Spocinl nl O Ilogular Grey striped tweed wllh largo reversible collar. Special al MEN'S HOSE ILcgiilnr Jl.trp casbniGro for Regular Sac casliiuerc C r" for ODC Kcgular lire .heavy grey wool Ilcgular GOa hcnvj' gnay wool OQ_ for Men's Fletce Lined Combina- lined two-pwce, a garment ;