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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 ff ACL THB LOCAL NEWS WHERE'TOD EXPECT IT TtiE LETHBRIDCtE DAILY HERALD THE HSBALDt MCC OP t LIVE LOCAL KBWS FK1DAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920 SECTION LETHPiUDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE ELEVEN B.C. Vote on Prohibition is Not Pleasing But Cab Only Be Considered as Sectional This u of Dr. Grant ASJ Set ForUr in Meeting x Knok Church British Columbia's vote oil prohi tut ion did. nol plea Ur A S. Grint, a promfuent'c-nKlal in the head offices ot tue Presbyterian, thnrch Or. Grant Thursday evening spoke on prohlbi tton In Kuox church before a gather ing of About nlnely people lie admitted that he considered the Vplb la'that province'vvas tho opinion of a section of the teniperance forces as a step in the right direction Grant OB this subject said .of temperance forces .who believe that government sale on liquor in con coaled packages is perhaps s step in the 1 a'ra.sorry for the outdome pt In British Columbia The as strong and U did not go just aTwe nould like" Rev D N JIcLachl'n, social serv- ice secretary ot Preabvterlan church preceeded Dr Grant with a talk i He referred to the possibility tha' some one might consider 11 im pudence for an outsider to come into Alberla to tell the people what to do next -Monday--rahdiexplalned that. as he was raised'In the west ho did not consider himself in that class _ No East or West Surely' there is_ no east and Vest in this 'question J am here because I am in sympathy ivith movement in the vvest11 "No he contlneud, "can come through and great., crisis Yfithont_a change 'When the sun down on July 3J, 1914, It down on a world that IB in the past The special privileges that Mere common in those Oays, he maintained, are 'now a thing'of the. past 'The time has. soiie when either party can crack their' whip the country will do their bidding The farmers llavo ap- peared bu thei scene and they will make themselves the days to things, they say come must go tho trade. Always ahere will 'be pie who are to financially better themselves b> tradlug In llguor Jf wo can read the signs of the tunes Ihe actions of the world hue decieeu that the llQiior traffic mutt go 1 be llevo the greatest revolution the vvqrld has ever seen IB coming and Sfwlll stamp out this he continued He told his audience jh'st during the. first year of the _waf" Uijtarlo alone spent for liquor for bev i'la'the the Continuing, he the 'liquor trade the greatest monopoly la the world are saying .go' ani' all-'preal mSveiiienls'liavetopaisJhroagSilhVee stages he argued, has1 two stages 'and will'scion he through third '.A The time has come ta the Inter- est of.commerce and industry anil ID the interest of good Business, when f-'s iMngjuiiEt said the speaker He referred the time the pro- hilntion movement was looked upon connected with hope and while ribboned women, hul that time has also passed He told )IiB audience that the railways of this continent have decreed that their men muBt not touch hqnor Ho a prohibition jnovement Oi Scotland, the result of which U hoped to wipe out tho'bare "if II comes that rfry, as tni .United States has donp; and Scotlam goes dry, England must, because Eng land drunken cannot compete com merclally We are striking a Mow in Albefla on Mdnda'y for said Mr MCLaucblln -Then launched into the argil mcnts concerning the bovp" He told his'audience that every fifth boy is taken to the liquor traffic going and to his hearprs to KMOW if they wanted the' ,thef" watch dav aflef tlaj going ind coming from their homftii one Of the fifth boys Dr Grant jhli address with the remarks quotcr) above and con "1 In any social reform the dynamic force is religion of because any social 'reform that does not spring from that sourco Mill not last ver> Mug "'Two great weapons to use, he said, arc faiih. and Religion's Barrier All his qxpeflence has taught him, ho Slid, that the greatest 16 I, vl9, religion hos' been the llanor and it Is in the hnnds ot tha chnrch to pilt tjhci Honor traffic out of buslilcss .Al! Iho world is suffering from'tho cf 'feels ot alcohol used for neverage pur poses and many appeals hare been re celvecl fnmicenlrar-European coun- tries tor asslslanco in driving out this traffic. Grant said Hut if treed for gain cdnld bo taken out ot the liquor traffic the bottom woufd drop out ot erage purposes gre4l manv hlblrlonlsts'believe they must haVe a flask in their grlpslorruuder..their pillows tell vou that alcohol nerer saved a mau's said Dr Grant Continuing 'launched into a lengthy dscourse on effects ot drinking aldonol and said that FCienre proven that all alcohol will do is io destroy Driven to Cellar The present laws have driven tho saloon Into the cellars, he aonouuced, and he pleaded with his audience to lielp keep the hovs ajway from cellars Hoys will do whet they see.tielr par enU do rather than do what the par ents S3j He said previously tho voters had decreed'.that'sclllug'In.the miint stop and he appealed [hem tp clinch their former vote b> stopping Importation them to drite'out the boot told tjicui that it the vole falls the people o'f Alberta are on the level as the brewers and boot- leggers because at (he polls allowed such conditions to con- liiiue. T r l "Refeiring to the -personal liberty he'told many civic bylaws that .astrict the actiona "of people Civic bylaw 6 even sa> where a expectoral0. Bv cutting out the the temperance forces 'Would not he, harming anj- one's personal'llbert) but would be doing them a favor us all alco hoi will do is to destroy _ Js. the.-moat colossal ever, it you apply It the right Grant., Prominent tTF.-As Man's View of Proposed Embargo on' Canadian "JVJieaf .Placing of a heavy duty on Canidfan wheat going into the' United States would not alfcct Canada as much as] PBOWINENT Y. M..C. A. OFFICIAL IN WEST Taylor Statin, who .is nntior.u oV- gaolzer of BOVB' work" In -V. M C. A; f; Canada, Is at present In (he in connection with Y. JI. 0. A. work, and nlll be In Lcthbndge ou Sunday Kentish Association .'Did Not Forget the Anniversary of Nelson's Great Victorv pn Thursday' evening the an'nirera- ary of the Battle of the Lelhbriilge. Kentish Association held .1 siftober in St Hall at which about fitly members and their friends wcre'prejeni In tho absence of Dr J S the chair was taken bj Mr. G. W.." Parsons 'and after'the toast to the King had been duly honored the evening vas glveS over to melody 'The significance of the (lav ever was not- forgotten' and the'UJasl to" "Tho proposed by Sir WAR Cocq, and ably responded to b'y Mr G W. Parsons, was drunk amid, .cheers. "3 With the able accompaniment Mr E Paunch, songs were rendered by Sierra B HageU, C, Westley, O W JI" Matthews, (who could 'only sing in' Welsh) Ran- dall aud as the chill of the onlside fclr wore Heavy Finriflust be Paid For Supplying Cieaine and Mor- phine Quantities to 1J daysMmprisonmeot in the.LelhbrJdn jail, aud tho sen- tence lafterwSrdavcancolled on repre- Eentatlons nude certain residents as of todi} ihreathes frcelv, in Pile of the he had to pa> e sum of in fiuos ot each separate counts, vrhlch i.e found guiltv b] aglstrate'Burreil, at the trial which place atjBassauo on Thursday The charges ugaulst the doctor ere thos9 o( suppljlng cocal'ie and orphgne In largo auantiltes to those ho; it waa-alleged, ddpe flends. one rihstance it stated no less tan 450 grain's ot morphine were pre chbed, and "ft affirmed hj the rose'cuttonMb'ai the doctor made a gular practjce ot administering aar otlcs to were addicted to ie drug habit.4, i HerHat and Shoes A. Mrs joqes injher euilence depos- I that carnfi to the doctor for prescription and, not avlng snfflclr.ei on her per on to pay for lefi her hat and hoes with him for pledge The Magistrate the line of on the tbTree counts on Dr cott was foudd guillv, and, in add! on, 10 days'" iu tho LelhbnilBc Jail ho sentence quite a Gllr in he court men nho wore resent pleaded, that the cconslder his'deueiou as to tho ]ail entence urging Ton behalf of the jcused that Jie JJiad several goot] oints sfibuld gainst which he een Magistrate yield 1 to the wlsJies'S thosd who mado hem, rCBcInaipt' the Jail sentence, ith the fines.ancucosts to stand Blacksloct Stpreared for tho rOBCCution, Malor, of Cal- ory for, 'de jShzrio't from'1 "Ben very dramatically interpreted affect the United Slates It! B !i Spencer one of tho.beat known H moat farmer-! in the flour putting1'flour' from the United States off the export market in time Such opinion of Hamilton, ot Farm'-Products, Limlfea J Congressman "John 'Vv'.'Summejs, oE Walla Walla is endeavoring] placed a heayy'rtnty an Cana wheat' United mills need hard hulld up the quality of their flour, Sir Hamilton Says t rho placing of such a (cir the time being, probably result In a lowering of the prfce vof It wouU more wheat for shipping over the ocean or else United millers would have to pay A holier PJ-IC.O Turin ilistria is dead, after a short Nines1; -Ho passed at his farm home on The f'unera] took place >esterdav afternopn from Fetterlv a parlors tO'tne public ceme v i J ana a son and daugh' Ler, Mrs survive, Mr Sp6u cer's mother and sister-livei in Detroit TOM RIDPATH DIRECTOR BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 BRASS BED 4' and 4'6" Tom Kidpath has been appointed a director ot the, Lethbrldgo Holary Club to take the place made vacant the resignation ot F, K Spooiier, who has gone jo Calgar> PeteV Lund a on retail lumber at tue recent meeting of the clnfj' Ileporta wore1 rciidered-'concorniug the visit ot Bruce Dairnafalher on iber 20 and the visit ot Tajior i ihd Mr Atkinson on Sunday and Monday 'About nineteert men will 1m hulled to iha luncheon ot the cliil) on whdn those visitors will Jpcak v Mich ,JIr He was 46 jears of nge Spencer wad an old timer in the district having located there over twehe ago He public splr itcd, taking an acllvo iuleiebt In al ni alters-pertaining to the welfare o tio comuiimity A reduction of 10 per cent will be nmdfl in all departments of the M C K. at.St. Thomas U S Government, closing up war time 'business' wool lias available ropresenUng ox SO.OO' cess returned by dealers. P.O BOX 940 1613 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 56 Aeadla Building 612 Third. Avenue South JOTICE i Commencing Thurs- day, Oct. 21st, ourpiices on milk will be 17 cenU per quart and 9c per pint delivered, Table pe'r half-pint. Whipping per half-pint: A Charge of lOc Will Be i. Made On All Bottles new customers arid also to old customers who haVe.nat'.got boltks to replace .the bottles In the mljk .or cream Is de- Hvtred. Our drivert are'- "au- Ihorlred to buy bottles! from customers for a cash price of 10e each. This Is a.good oppor- tunity of disposing of any cxtr4 bottloa that you might have around the house. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDQE, PHONE 1929- p ot the local fHTirowlng. At "theJast annuill meetuig the membership borhood or It is 900 or The decision tp 1 -take into membership jnpn have served m Canada oii'y has drawn a few members for tha local body r ,_ GOOD .FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced 4 make 'favorite with you, too. The Yale FIFTH STREer SOUTH MEDICINE HAT DOCTOR FINED At Medlclitf Hat, on- Wed- nesday, -Dr. Fisher was' fiued- with costs, under the Opium and'Drugs Act, fur pre narcotics other than.' isecessary for medicinal pur- .ooies. The h-arins came up on befOfi" MaRistrAtc liBrreH at thl-A. I'. P. court hero i The Liberal p'arTy gives the Al berta admlnislration their Ihey have been BO reluctant to take, that ihej must open negotiations al once with .the Dominion adminisira ..been held out to them at three different limes, and whose last'advances were made through jSir James Lougheed s ground at "Too Lcihbrldge Northern farmers given .their decided consent have their project gone on irith, by their vote of 259 in favor, fa only 16 against at the polls yesterday; and further inaction.by our government at Edmonton'simply cannot be excused, on any ground whatever." PROMINENT CALGARY LAYMAN TO SPEAK Mr. C. W. of Calgiry, who as.ajayman Is taking" a prominent part in the Forward za connected with .the part of the An- glican church In It, will speak ha.lt oC the movement at the morning and evening services in SL Angustin'a Churth on Suuda) next. He will proach tho poml of new, snowing where th? re- sponsibility of the lavman, apart trom fnrthcnng the campaign, not only In furthlng the campaign, not only in the Intercut of anj particular in the welfare of all "denomltatltfns 'lii making the. ol the: churches a vital force with the people. placing before laymen by a layman thg meaning of what is now movement, not only In Canada bnt" throughout Christendom, should serve of great Interest in the placing of all its aspects before the public as ty is tho intention of Mr Peterson to do lie port of a bab> ill in a cold apartment, caused" Health Commissioner to prepare foV. vhis first "murder b> pneamonia" pro- secution. ,Always in good taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Reduce Your High Cost of Living By Using A puie sepaiated milk of natural flavor in powdered form for all uses, rnore "especially for cooking plir- poses. V VISIT OIJR ANI) SEE MRS. ROGERS DEMONSTRATE; WHAT KLIM WILL DO FREE DEMONSTRATION THURSDAY, FRIDAY -AN4 SATURDAY Witch per box Toilet 5 largo cake1; Electric Soap Chips 2 for ._3DC Royal Crown nn Powder, per pkg Crown Ammonia 1C Ponder, per pkg IDC SOAP SPECIALS ift_ Golden West Soap tUv Ponder, per pkg Litiuid 'Ammonia Z bottles K. C Cleanser per tin i Castile Soap fl cakes for: Soap, twin bars; 3 lor..... 10c 25c lie 25c 25t GEO. KERR CO. Family Grocers. Phones 1453 and 1365. MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It Is also one of the ch'jp-s; o( foorfs, Our pure, milk Is the klnri y6u need. Arc You Using V It Is excellent for cooklna and makes a drink. Only 60 per qurrl, delivered. Phone 1576 and have our drivel' call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 AUTOS WANTED 150 cars to take "Dry" Voters to the Polls on" Monday Help Us Roll Up A Monster Vote PHONE AT ONCE 348 "DRY" COMMITTED ROOM ;