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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NKW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 LETHPRIDOE, ALBERTA, llUlflEffit as entirely, with tbo very sympathetic Interest in the wishes of the people of Southern Al- for an extension ot tho Irriga- tion arei, -reiterating, btt statement made at the -Tuesday ban- quet. believes that eiery eEort should be made, to dntelop the agri- cultural resources of Iho Dominion, and anythttg that will miie; farming nioro profitable will help. -.V.V the forenoon visited the Irrigated, district east'of ttie' city In company with W. A. Buchanan, M.P-., and had seen the experimental He entirely wtisfied that irrigation is pro-j friable, and showed that he liad been' busy picking up the details of the sit- uation so that they would be put In possession ot tne leader the parly. During the course of the Interview Hon. Mr. King intimated that, In bis opinion, the control of the natural re- coureea had some boirlng on the sit- uation. Bat 'Messrs. 1'owelEon and MIebacir said-they'.had been' In the country. 18 and 20-years respectively. They had heard nothing but-promises on the natural resources question dur- ing that tiiae, and they impressed ori the Liberal'leader that IrriEation could "hst llici- bovs afford to'wait for that question to bo solved. At tho ciosa of tho conference Mr. Asli Him tho in Dominion Aid to the Projects Irrigaticr.ieis sskeii advantage of ;thc visit ot liou. Mackenzie King.and party on Wednesday afternoon to lay before situ'atio'u" Vila rep.rd to 'Irrigation Alberta, and' alter' result. Those who met lion. Mr. King were ChaVmaa Mnrr-.ocuj'.aml.vice thuirmao 'Crofts and Powelson ,o' the. Irriga- tion 'Development- to; aether with .T. F. "Anderson of nay U. Taber. II. B. and1 ut Loth "bridge.: fha ifieinbcrs "6i[ Iho. parjy wero inlroiluccil by. Chairman Mar- uocb. unil Messrs. Crofts Poivelson prose-bled tholr i-sumonls, Mr. 'Crefts paid he had on his Jarra, ami wauled Ii all-irrigated. Mr _______j sail! he- luil sonib. irrigation on his farm'itl all he could set. -They both told tho their'.fCs to make their faru'.s want Id conHnuc. nn llio ILLIK'., and 'urged that thh iiest.way to keep them 'intereslrd war, by giving -them a chance tin-wish extending .irrigation: Membere cif the Hi'.rly vrcro .5Uov.-n pictures of tiio soil drittod :trca tvcst o! the'river and of Ihc irng.uc-d ufe. LAit of L lu ci'i til en 'lime In'J-JKL-. sui nil. v-'tro Impressed by the r-omrast. I'oa il' i 'r; tcl he had i statements that nothing had eyer been mentioned about thorn, at tho above conferences or had any public an- juouncemenl been made that ttfey. af- ifected the irrigation Question. The Spart the provincial'government has taken in the Irrigation campaign was j reviewed and Mr. Marnoch expressed the opinion that the last yord has not been said by them. Speaking abpul the meeting in the Majestic Mr. Marnoch Contrasted the recaptions given to the mention ot Senator DoVeber and Mr. Buchanan and the- provincial government men on .the platform. Mr. ilaraoch told of Messrs. Cro.'ts, Powelson, MIebacb, Anderson, Tainter, Williamson atfd himself meeting with That is Explanation of Officer Being Thrown From Car Rydberg Inquest Mr. King and others to talk Irrigation on Wednesday and said that in an- swer "to of what U want- ed from the Liberals, was that when they are IE opposition soa that ilK'Maiglwn lives up to UK prom- ises and whea In piM-.'cr sse- that it Is carried out. Mr. Melghen said ho would go the limit when-the campaign for irrigation was active la June. Case in Court Over Partnership ousa nd Dollars Involved At the clpso of the Inquest on the raaius. the Iste Victor Ityberg, Wednesday afternoon, the follow- verdict .was returned by the cor- ner's -jury, HWe the Jury find that Ectur Ityberg came to his death on le ninth of October, 1920. front! wound caused by a hu'lot discharged j om a rlSe In the hards of Constable ato while'in.the honorable discharge f'htB we further exonerate le said .Constable Hale from any laiao whatsoever (or.the death of the aid Rybcrg." No further developments occurred t Detective Crerar had o recollection 46f_how he was thrown nt of the. ca'rHTvhon ho found him- elf-on the pralrio. He was evidently :nancd ;by ;a .blow 'delivered in the takjbg place in tho car. [o recovered sufficiently, however, to re.-a couple. o( shots from his revolv- r at the car as it swung round a bend, le, with the other constables follow- d after tho speeding car but were not ble to come up with It before it cross- d tho border and disappeared. Meet- ng Constable ho thanked him or saving his life. Sitting In the, local court, on Wed ncsday afternoon] Mr; 'Justice Ives de- .-lt livered judgment in the case ot Wool Kenncib r.slied :Just what the delega- vs Tanner This was-a. ease which tic i toi biflerert Mr. King could do for arose qut o{ tlie partnership between 'them-In the way of irrigation.: the parties tor the purchase and sale Mr, Mclghen intimated in the o( to some extent, lha rats rlou'e mat he was ready to 'go the same i 1 mil he was told. '-'We want your j iport while you are in opposition. When you get Into power, we want o to follow, the same Impressed liberal'Leader C K M ii bjird of trti sitHTi'Ml iti 1 1" pi p.iti 1 13 1 01 ti-li 1 JChtai nd jilaitiun e> li cl bin 1 1" s u on t rie in A L the 1 e 1 wn-u trvnsr red (luring Ihc visit of tho ii' in I cthbridge He ummar his opinion as Vgreatl progress. to luee1 tie -tar tratt a (or 11C puno 0 o( girn r "Mr !xl g In fonu'atloa o i ii Southern Mbcrta K nr tolJ him ihf is for dtsinrt as sia'.auce at Princi: Uiii-cvt anil-al Nel-j son u r i t-ir no ocili'it Vr Ktis la'd Iif rcfiiine-l from ruiiac; d lull i i" ices for is, hmlpj it I ii i si then referred to Mr. i Kirr t.i t at th" haimnei m J el'il il D u linyil'm iml said it T i n L r to ju hi "ttli till lie Id "i fUJt ir m it Mi MT och] Ihouji r. vassonowi i. im pi0 7 nj I ti riume Us b 'he i i I agnmct 'JU Ck L j tniirium, Or r'-teireil to "of th the meeting with, tie officials of the Irrigation Development Association ami ot giving Mr. King the early his- tory of irrigation in Southern-'Alberta; Mr Sehi showed Mr. King photographs while on the'-wlndj'blown area aud photos of growth on Irrigated farms. Reference was made'to con- ferences between Messrs.-L Melghen, Stewart. Buctianan and Marnoch at Ottawa' artd at-Edmontjon' In- terest Senator -Lougheed .'showed' The question of natnral resource's was brought up'and onswered by tho ing ot cattle. The defendant, J. M Tanner, had drawn from the bank a sum lying there of over belong ing to the firm and of the existence of which it transpired neither of th I parties .was atquainted with. The j amount was taken out by Tanner a T ha.cbnsldRred that it belonged to him Action on the jart John W. AVooI followed for'the retur ot part of. the proceeds to him as hi j share as partner.- Both'the partie in-the case are His Lordship held that in'the pai iiership the "plstntiff, frora the- begin ning until the eml of It, exclusive! conducted it all the transai P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 tions engaged In by the plaintiff vre'r exclusively within his knowledge an the defendant had but a vagua genera khpwlea'ge'of what was going 01 From rough calculations Mr. 'Justic Ives considered that there was n sum of money owing by Tanner. Wool[ because of the withdrawal-1 Tanner of the money frpin the part- nership account1: in: the bank.-' ac- action 'with cosls. There will be ah order for-the R. C. M. P. COMMISSIONER IS IN THE CITY _____ Commissioner Perry, of the n. C. M. P., accompanied by Superintendent Jennings, ot tho FL C- M. P.; Edmonton, aje In the city today. The Commis- sioner is making a business trip of inspection. This nioro- Ing he inspected the men of the local division ind the barracks. Known Early isyment of the inoueys In court in the um respectively, paid In by the par- ies. His Lordship was not prepared to divide: the brought in by the ilainUff. The parties are placed back n' the position- they were in before hey came Into court. The paid ly plaintiff :.wlll be applied to the pay- ment of defendant's costs. H. Ostlund with W. S. Gray, appear cd Woolf, ant W. S. Ball for the defendant Tanner. A Kansas Cityiman 'tried to make tipped overt the kettle; jumped back and-fell.and broke his leg. An anti-prohibition.' 'neighbor remarked this is one of-the tragedies "of prohi- bition about tea they are. houhilitb occur. i Opportunity for Certain Classes of Voters to Cast Ballot on; Referendum Heavy Tote Polled During-Af- ner in which the tomnse out this morning' was .entirely factory. Mr. Muclileston did not of any opposition 'votes being OM'. during tho morning" and'he felt qntta' sullsBed that a subatautlal majwlty will to.given In favor, of bonding tbe dislrkt for the construction ot tbo system. T He- visited CoalBurst, Commetce and: Farmers of the Lelhbridge N'orth- ern district commenced early this morning to take a keen Interest In to- day's voting, suid Major Muckleston, chief engineer of the district at noon today. Mr. Mucfcleston. visited Beveral nf nnllinp- (ho Tnnrn. "01 of the polling cenlres.during the.morn ing and received reports froni others; The biggest vole will b'a polled this; afternoon, ho said, although the man-" The advance polls for the benefit of railway employees, commercial travellers, and sailors, .who., by rea- son of their occupations will not be. able to be present in their respective electoral dfslficls for recording their votes on Monday the 25lh, -when Ihc- prohibition refeiendum takes place, will open this evening between the' hours of seven and ten, and will con- tinue tor the next two evenings, Frl-, day and Saturday. The polling place will be at the office of the M. Harris Agency, Sherlock Block. All those who are on tho -voting list, and who will ho unavoidably absent from the city, are required obtain a certificate from one of the revising officers appointed for that purpose before they can thai, they nave legitimate cause for being unable to be present in the electorate division on the regular flay for taking the vote. These certificates can be 'obtained from either ono of the follow- ing: Judge Jackson 'and" Messrs Krayne, Turcotte, and James, the lat- ter two can be found at the G.W.V.A club. In the case of those who reside in the Coutls electoral dislrlct the certificates can from Mr Verhurg there. The advahca polls' In the city are: only open to the Loth bridge and to the Cniitts electoral Sis tricts, and to none other. .SUGAR RETAIL PRICE .-HERE.ISiSTILL Sugar prices to the consum- er havo not changed today to conform with tho drop in the price of a cent a pound. Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS iSnsiness. ENGINEERS RIT.CHIE PATERSON AND" CO. S-6-Acadia Building G12 Jhird Avenue South Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced make this cafd n favorite' with you, ton. The Yale -FIFTH STREET SOUTH BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 intmnniiiiiii White Enamel BEDS NOTICE Commencing Thurs- day, Oct. 21st, qui' prices on milk will be 17 cents per quart and' 9c per pint delivered. Table per half-pint, Whipping per half-pint. A Charge of 10c Will Be Prlade On All Bottles to rlew customers and altfo to ofd customers who have not got bottles to replace the bottles In which the milk or cream b rEe- nvercrf. Our drivers are au- thorized -to buy bottles from customers a cash price of ICis each. TMs Is a oppor- tunity oT Sfnpaslng of any extra bottles ihat you might have around the house. Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LF.THBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Always in good taste. Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 OEA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK Hero's a cool, refreshing, like. sMo rtrlnk for child Ar adult, ll's a bovcrago that j-ou con with wfcly and enjyynient'servo at your talitc or to your guests. Try It at tivorlto foil n In In todas-. A FULL LINE OF SOFT FLAVORS Last Consignment of Concord Grapes LETHBRIDGE VISITED DRUMHELLER At tho ceremonial ot the Dramatic Order-ot tho Knights of Khorassau, the Dokles as they arc popularly icnown, ot the Knights ot Pythias, held at Dfumheller, 'the following from Lsthbrldge.'were from the local.-K. ot P.: Dr. Conyheare, 13r Thomeon, Messrs. Barrownian, Shpver FowlerT Geo. And) Noldig, SIcArthvj-, A. M. flitchiD, say and the irartj were Donahue "ot" Fo rcm ost, anc Mr. Buchanan ot Nohleford... There was a class of forty-two at Dnimhelle which was considered.'highly encour- to the progress made by tho or der there. 5! t '.viras xpeced the. chcpup o the, district wouldibe shown'.1 All .officials bl the district hare ut Vprking Tot- ew to the- polls. >An pttar from Mr. Ci S. Xohle was received to give f.Istancc furiherrbs the efforts of tha rrigatlonlfli in winning this election. The baliot bOTes will be tamed oyer !o Mr. G. H.'Dunnng tonight at the dance at Commerce and the ofllcial count .will be made in Lelhbridge on ?riday. Sir. Dunning is returiilns ot- Icer for the district." "f> At the board ot trade luncheon to- day Major MiicklestoD said before half teu this morning four.yotcs'hnd. been cast a.t Coal hurst and by noda twenty 'votes had been cast at Com- merce. Results ot the Lethbridge -Northern vote will be available early this even- ing and will bo iiulletlned at'ih'e. Her- ald oflice. The polls close at ttve. o'clock. -V DON'T FORGE11 (i The only place wiiera you can get repaired by nracr tieal shoemakers is at- Perkins Street South doofs S. of Colonial Thealra' SPECIAL-- Per basket .80 each A. JOHNSTON 426 ISiJi St North 'Phone 1314. Free DeHvery. Reduce Your High Cost of Living By Using "KLIW" A pure separated milk of natural flavor in powdered form for all uses, more especially for cooking pur- poses. VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE MRS. ROGERS DEMONSTRATE WHAT KLIM WILL DO FREE DEMONSTRATION THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND .SATURDAY, GEO: KERR CO. Family, Grocers. Phones 1453 and 1365. It Is also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized 1 milk Is the kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent for cooking arid makes a goad drink, Only 5c per quart, Phone 1576 and have our driver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Reyal Canadian Mounted SALE OF CAST HORSE S. H. Reg. No. 1610 will be offered for sale by Public Auction at the Barracks, Ltthbridge, at 2 p.m. 1." S ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11920 TERMS CASH P. W. PENNEFATKER, Supl., CoiamauJIng Southern Alberta District, T.' ;