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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's. Page of Live Local News Bails All The Local News Where You Expect ll SATUllDAY. qCTOHHIUM'Jl'J SKCOND SECTION LETimniDGE, ALBEHTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE PLEASING ACTION Appearance of Fifth Street is Greatly Improved By He- cent Changes Thc woujcrtul strides made by the city of IxHKnrldge Iii ilia course of a few years becomes emphasized in the completion or Ibo new Ollrer Block. AVhaL was I ago shop Is now a modern bulling with, hnridsoiiic stores and TV 1th what may well be described to be elegant eultrs or offices. In Uic excavations made In tho pro- cots 6t rebuilding and renovation Ilie block has recently undergone-, "prehls- os tbey may be regard- ed, so tasL Las moved In thp ctly, wero discovered. Thcso "fosslli" are remnants of Ibo days when-the blacksmith piled his trade in ivhaL Is now. n busy emporium where up-to-date stores display tlicir warosMo a dls criminating public.. Tho "oackwoorls1 or _thb "PUD tanX" atmosphere ot tho oldTpralrlo days have vanished with1 tbo IfEhlnlng appearance .of. n modern city, and Ibo ucearUilDR ol bygone re- mains revives Ibo old- timer wlio lias teen yj-jnutc an 'uiiEympalhct'c spectator ot v Ihe onward moving ol tluio's changes. Old-Courthouse Tho Ollrer Block lias another asar> elation with lhc cily. In that here, in Ihe times which have come to bo .re- garded ns rcrnole, so quickly do" we oa tho prairies assimilate ourselves lo new. Ideas and new necessities, Ahcre was Iho seal of justice m Iho- courlbouso being in the. block. The N newv courlhouso now Itnunts Its super- lorapiicarance as much as1 Lo say: aro moving on and thia is noMhc cily whoro tho ,grass grovrs unflcr' oitr Jccl." Many au old-l'mer can no dogfcl contribute many an interesting remin lEccncc In connection, with Lhn ok Oliver Block, but wo aro not at. tbo present t.inio concerned with these AVe aro going alieart nnd liavo no llmo J lo look tack, ami the new Oliver Block shouts this loXis as we on time's alterations. Gone aro ,tho 'aid days gone la. the old'Oliver Block, and wa .mlgnl'ns will forget Ihe past and .con iralulale ourselves on the present with hopes'touycd up-lor tho futurc.- Tht New Block :Hut.wc hove spenl-ipo. mucli time bosslbly, An .referring to the past, VICTORY LOAN BOOSTER Tlio West LelhbrlJge Ixical of Ihe V. K. A. IK- Id a danca In their Ecbool house last evening wbtch was enjoyed by a crowd, proceeds of which was given to Iho secretary of tLe Local U. P. Ai. Geo. Firth, sou Ueorgio, has had tho sad and painful eipcrience of having bis right lee am- putated knee. The proceeds ho dan'co totalled J115.00 whlih was, U.S. PEOPLE ARE VICTORY, LOAN BOOSTER That the Irrigation firojecls -here iresciiled to him ly Hie members of are evolticg Interest in the Stales Is lie Ipeal U. R A. shown by Uie follovlng letter received On -behalf of tlio local U. F. A. we by Secretary Rosa of Lho Hoard of to thank all the ladles of the Trade, and at Hie Thursdav dlstrlcL who provided excellent re hmentB. aiid Mr. Koslcr who gave services and furnished us with splendid music, and also to all who par del pa I ed In the conlrJbulloiiB. Fred West Lclhbrldge'Tj. r. A. 5. J. SHEPHERD Chairman oi tlio' "victory Loan who. lias his organiza- tion ilmost coflTfeleLo for'the big first pro: ion under The Workmen's Con isecu- lion under The Workmen's Cpmpen- Ballon took jilace liclorc'Magis-; trale Hughes at the courthouse yes-- Dr. A. 'Girouz, of St. Albert, was found guilty of neElrgerjco to make roporlE to The Workmen's Componsa-; tlon board in connection with attendance on a work- man Injured in July last. The magistrate commented on the. seriousness of the luucheon of the Board. Dubuque, Iowa, October 9. 1910. Mr.vJames S.' Rose. Dear 9 Ju3t a line lo acknowledge tbe receipt of the aonual report and psp> crz. -CcacernJnE'" Irrigation. deceived Q, K and read with great cst of-Interest and. I; certainly thank you tor the favor. s ..Your Board.of Trado Is to be con- gratulated on" the success of Ibelr er Torts, paTticuiarlj- Mr. Marnoch, your president, credit of ths re- port is due. Hoping jour city will continue lo prosper' and wishing, you every cess, 1 am Yours truly, pan Courtney. 791 Grand view Dubuque, I) Points-to Results of 'Hat Clean- up to Show-That o'.Bad. out to the delGcdaiil-lUe necessity gchool -Football- League Get Tho Workmen s Compensation Hoard having Ihe-attending doctor's reports Away FleelWOod'WUl bWr Cental "A" 'Tho first game of the school foo uallVleagTle'jWas played' on Thursoa lictween. Fieefwood and-Ccntral A, th connection all accidents, order thai thc board might adjust tlaima Tor compeiisalion and pay tbu. required amounts lo the injured 'work- man ns-spcedily as penalty imcose-l by Iho VIVIAN MARTIN SCORES HIT i I Iltaoiiiui Vividu-ilii-tiu, lie popular i Paramouct has scored another; big hit. iu her new photoplay, "LlLlle Comrade." which is (drawing big aud-l lence.T at every showing ot tbo picture I ai Starland. Miss Martin always [3 delightlul and In thia spleudid Aim sin- presentn a bit of character work aa a patriotic farmerette which will vastly ouhancc her rcpuUtioa as an artist of Artistry and skill. finely sup- ported, her loading man being" Welch. ice-chairman of the local Victory! Loan Committee, vrhlcb commences j work on ;.Mondar, Oct. With Gas Cut Off and Threat of X Coal Strike They Take Action HERALD ACCOUNTANT HELPS SOLDIER TO GET BACK UNIQUE PIMENTO A few days ago Iho R. and T. re- cked a comraunJcatlOD from tbe ac- or the Alta, kraltl rni-Iuslog a, com peuL to the Eight Per Cent Discount Period Has Drought in Only So Far The eight per cent. period city taxes will expire, at eud of month. Taxpayers ta enhscribers. The coin Itself is cenl piece and contain- t of Hint .newspaper'by one or who are siliMn arrears in the paymeni ol current taxes do not appear to .be over-anxious in the way or making ed. "E..-J, and mililan" U5e lhc discount opportunity, at "Ibe C33342 ftud 'the word Drcckville. The present lime. Poulbli- Ihp.y walt- "and Ti published the lorormaliou in5 the end ot Ibe month. and this morning Mr. Mivanl J.I Taiea for tlic month or October hire Jiurns, Perth Street called at this! been coming in vcryslowly. Up to tho office; -where ho Identified thc thc month tbcrc was ouly the gram coin as his property. Ho lost of M.SOO paid In. while overseas. 5Jr. Burns enlisted at' _ brockyllle the laGth Battalion unu went overseas with tlio EQtL Bat- L ot Belleville. It is ucedless to Lbat 5Ir. .Hums was pleased, to receive the keepsafee, alter ao long an Recorder and Times. Owners of blocks which have been cut off from gas supply for the winter iDonlbs are very much st'.rred over what they anticipate may be a coal strike here. Some of them are taking lime by thc forelock In stocking aa. mucli coal as i.osslblo la case ot even- tualities. From appearances here, thcro Is no movement of any kind made a in on g tbu local miners in regard to the strike that bus becu called In Ibe Slates for November 1st. M'na agers do not seem to he much ccrncd and aro not making any' ar- rangements to copo with thc antici- pated trouble. Strike Order Received A'L (.hough Incre U 110 appearance of p. Urlke movement among the miners here, the Herald has learned thai Liio rs at Coalhurst have received crdera from thn JnternallonaMo ba jircrared to down, preceding Nov. 1. oil the nigh! tratc was IwcdL? dollars and qosts, or. former'kcorel three in Llio first.; twenty-one days. A representative and'oncC' in the second making! The Workmen's-CompGJJsttUon a total score'of Jtour lo nothing In Ear-[ was present, stated that' it was or of KleelVopd, It was quite evident not lo prosecute-any'.oiio: that the'.-Winning team had been in connection with thp adminlsUa-' lion of the act, but that the necessary reports from doctors and employers jrovided uy the act would necessarily havo Lo be marie to the board in oid- een practicing' for ihey played a very nice conibjnaUo'h ga: i me. er ,lhat the ic-jured workman would, receive ql compensation as entitled to. "coiislJeTaflpn" ofT.'lhe''now-'- buiMInf '-Tliq-oeV-claims our alteptidTri: '-Iii add tfon" To the" enlflrgcd nnd foriovale' level of Ihg-alreet, tli tipper floor of-Iho block has unde Here Iher aoaciDiia "offices with sun light arid air freely diffused in th arrangcmenla made. There fourteen" rooms, divided 'into suites o( two and three, on each side of-a wide tall with "a Jahlfghl roof. A feature of those suites, built for oICiCQ pur- poses, Is (hat each one has its own toilet basin halting gas s'.ovc, at- fording comfort and convenience com- fclned. Thes rooms arc spacious nnd dignified In Interior apncaranco. The Moors aro of'liard wood, and thcro IB a.liberal supply ot window space givca ibcm tho required light and air ol cheerfulness. Suites Occupied The suites already thoso by tbe legal business'of Mr. A. G. Virtue. The Filling Land Co. have taken Advantage of Iho nftjv block to remove from their old promises In the Empress Block. Dr, Richardson has -JeascrKa aulto "to wJiIch ho will trans- fer his dental parlora. Tho Irrigation Association has fitting- ly located Its offices in tho new block, sure sign, lllaL things are changing and we ore moving along the paths of erolullon, "It Is understood that .other be.on bespoken-foK for by the illy ,c6nilcllMq satisfy 'thcmsfeiVeg as _.0-how.lilflgH aro in Wenlcinc fiat, in comparison lo yrhat la stated tcf-be in Lethbrldge, Mfeb following 'has beeu" Ho gas; city_there has-heen a.aeiiQsIoC.raids during, the monLli of Seplernber, In, which thero Were twelve ;nelting in Inea tna amount of lioEa vho have la DflHoy who has figured In pros- Tho raids We, it 'ppcars, been executed same oilicials who 'vero1 rcccutly busy" In Iiiu cily. In Medicine Hat it has boon ot making hay the' siin slilnea >y those' ivno -rwere -looking (or op1. in the fact .that -jho- city ias bcea wltliouL a regular -police chief, for some lime. This Ig haw the situation shown' tho rec-v ont prosecuyona, eiplalnc'd. The :leaning. up process has lioen made with Iho .view of giving Chief of po- lice Taylor, .who been iccen In resp'ect lo arrangements made. for thc visH of the Lyceuoi to tbe, city. during the winter months, for can be obtained -ql tho fok y places: Tho -law 'offices, of .Mr. S. Staflord Dlock-.-the InternatloiiaY O...B. Edgcll, Mrj D. B- " thp Union -I Hic'bld Baallinj garage.; ..Cenlral. B and ad glrla'.baskcLiall team came r for .Ihe first game ot the girl's league. playing time be- >Into -four quarters, each dura- tion. .rtalte' an'-ejcciting, game' managed to put m four ,baate'lg from the Meld and one from "while Central; B only.Bcdred one pomt from a foul.EO 'the final score stoo'd 9 to I, points Jn favor i of Fleetwood; -U. S. Government- baa on pounds wool; which will: bo anclloned during the winter. ifo appointed lo thc civic fores, sjart. "With what has been, brought, to Mghl In the cily of Mcrtlcine Mayor considers, that" Lothbridgo U not Iho only black spot Iho'prov- ince, which It Is" made te appear to on liy tho recent arllclo In Iho Cal- Alberlan, in- an Inlorrlew .lhat paper had r wilh Lion lo go inlo municipal or olhap poll-' tics; 11 kepi him busy attending to A Scranlon man obtained 346 pounds, ot -honoy front a Ucc In Iho wbodf, The results of Lhc mrdsummer eiam- fnalions In connection with lhc High school wcro auch aa to bo mosl gratify- Jug lo teachers, parents and students alike, as tho following Lablo will show. Probably never before hns such a largo pcrcchtago of our eluJcnlg bcori successful Jn passing Iho CTaTiilntitfong, Kapccinllpuo the' stu- tlenls of. the highest grades mcrll con- gratulations ns thc wort; dona thcro Is nf ihe Iifghcat order, requiring close llc3! ll htpt him application steady peraGTorancc nla thrpughoiU iho The following arc the results: Presented fov Success EpiamlnallonN fill. XK............. 12 13 Grade XL............ 23 Grade X. 3G 31 Grade IX; Commercial. 11 n Grndo.X, Commercial.. 1 1 making a percentage'of S9 who wcro Biiccessful. In Iho Junior Kratlcs, where tho pupils pro passed on Ihtlr Lhrougbout thu term, and where no departmental lest Is required, iho per- ccnlsgo vfas ever belter. Grfl'do IX. A, 22 cnrollcdTsi ftiicceas- ful; Grade IX, U, 25 suc- cessful, making A of 92. When wo- consider Iho time ,loat through thc Lwu crild.cnilcs, 'which n mounted to almoal out of r tho Icn school, months, ft rellccfa great credit on lhc whole Kltiff who Idllhtully to arhlcvc sucb results, NQW-- Is ihe time to, call us about that fire insurance. nELAY.MAY MEAN DISASTER THElDGEtT AGEMlESLtd; Lelhbrldgt Phone No. 651 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CfAR OF FIREWOOD We advise you to get some before cold weather, with the increased demand, comes. PHONC421 AND WE WILL DELIVER YOUR ORDER. v; STAGEY; LUMBER CQ., RHONE 421 CHAS. BRADBEER, Maniger CLUBjCAFE .-We' lie Beat iojlhe City. QuloK Serrlce. Our, Coffee and French Pastry _______ U. Different. LEO, JAN and MISCHEL: E. A.-J5WERT JEWELER and' OPTICIAN r WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Unicto Bank The nama'of Anderson, teller tnown radiator las heen 'freely mcnllpnccl In certain nunrlcrg na. a .probable ;candltlalo for lie office ot commissioner of public works nt Ibc municipal election In opposition lo Commissioner Mc'ech. Seen with regard to reporl, Mr, Anderson scpulcd saying 10 had not tho (Into nor'lhc Incllna- Fresh eyipry second from the Lakes and Ocean. The Vancouyer Fiih Coaldalo Block Phong 341 Food ConlrOI Licence Applied Rayihond Opera House WEDNESD'Y R 22nd AUSPICES STAKE ;5UNDAY SCHOOL BOARD GOOD MUSIC BEST FLOOR EVERYBODY WELCOME "PATTERSON-BELL HAY 4 'ORAl'N CO. Are :now bobktrio'- ordera for car or. nutted cake; all? government -free' freight hay and remarkable low prices. Getxbui'y.' Phone 1563, .Union Bank Chambers, Lethbridge.' 260-3 I UNDER .THE' KNOX CHURCH, CHOIR Monday Oct. 20th 8.15 p.m. Admission plua war tax. Tickets from members of choir. It Will Pay You Well A to look aiter the clothes ttoat you have. New ones COST TOO MUCH Stnd your worn and clolhti of every kind, both for men and women, and have them Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired, and we will return them to you'LOOKJNG LIKE NEW. We Have the Only Modern Power Plant m part oi the country. The tyitem we employ ji the only that completely the smell of gasoline. We can please yon. Give us a trial Our motto: "Qiu% and Service." Lethbridge Laundry Go., Limited Phone 451 C. S. Farrow, Manager ;