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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LH'K LOCAL NCW8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBU1DGB. ALBERTA; SECOND SECTION PAGE ELEVEN Lethbrklge Northern Trustees fllsk Province To Aid In Disposing of Irrigation Bonds o Would Also Like to Secure Loan For Construction of Head- works pf Project This Winter Uust how the officials of the U-tU- bridgc NcTtherri Irrigation district will do to dispose of-their bonds is decided but will bo within a few days. ChalriuanvGrofts and 'prbtaWy Muckleston, chief engineer of (Ion the following officers were elect- ed: lion. President, Hon. C. R. Mil- ;lieil, minister of public health; presi- dent, DrV A. E. Archer; vicfpresldent, Dr. Alexander 'sec- 1-etary-lreasiire'r, Dr., Edniou- ton: executive. Dean Korr, University ot Alberla, .Rev.- Father.... Cameron, Calglrj, Miss L, Edv Calgarj Dr blame) Calgary and Hirdie Leihlirldge. Delegates to .the convention veto the Calgary Medical Assoc: iatloa at the provincial Sanitariumfat tDowncss ori l-'riday at a luncheon when FALL PLOWING AROUND MAGRATH- Very few reports are being received in, Lethbridge. In re-' ft gard to fall plowing. The snow Q of Monday has set this back some. 0, -13. Kilgett returned last nlgiit from Magrath aad report- ed that, of hundred. acres there have been fall plowed. v c- the will'go to Blmouton vrHhfn'ii day or two, and hold a con-j'jiayor Ha'rdfe, I.ovcring aud Mies ferenco wllh Premier Stewart and C. O'Neill of Lethbrldgo were present It. Mitchell, provincial treasurer. At this conference 'it is intended to tako up .the entire .question of .dis- posal tlio bonds. Asslsiauco along this lino is expected from the prdviu- clol fibremittents iind'' also a loan __________________ The_question coasliier the sending obtaining i fjrlhei grant instructors from the department Into .from Hie provincial sovcrniceut. will up. Want to Start Construction Tile money Is wanted .lo construct the h ;adworks'. ot the district Ilils winter. Major.MucWesloii has had this ia mind for this winter for some time ind nionej is neuled to go ahead with it, Arrangements about a con. tract for it'will-bs made; depandlng, of course.-ort ..what action the pro vlncial.government takes. Now .that :ihe. farmers of Iho. dis- trict, have spOnCh'20 loudly Iii favor ot bonding their land to construct an As the outcome'of esperiuuce gained by. the department, of soldiers' civil re establishment .in the value bl occupational Ihcrapj or healing ait for: soldier patients, convention petitioned the' Dominion government all hospitals fof tho province that may osk for them. jirnrallon sj' ten- offu. ills the dis. tncl feel Ihit th" provincial ICo change in -the priced of (lour I the report Flour, went can do much to help them and T recently, when droppe-l to ran feel tho are lirg li ]U t The on opposulon to Ihe vote 'came largely from farmers in the Hocks Coulee it> Had pre pelitioned-llio trustees of tho district 16 'Bet out of the scheme. A petition froai farmers in the north Maclecd. district was 'received- by- tlie hoard of trustees some- time, ago, ap- plying for withdrawal from the dis trkt Owing lo the petition not bo- ing in the proDEr form it was return ed with', advice I o have It made out cprrectly Nothing has been heard from tlie peUtlonera since iiicept through opposition at the polls on' Thuradaj trustees of the district wefo so ConlMfirt of a victory that they pro ceeded -with the arrangement' for the vote although the> were aw arc of tbo organized opposition in {he north end of the north Macleod dntrict ,In December another vote will he dis trict ThVs wtll be for the board of trustees and wfir be innual vote; but since then the pr'ce of v heat "hoat ls Taylor Slatten and C. J. Alkln son Will Speak to the Boys. During hai entecn cents .higher than'at the time tho reduction .in the prico.'oE Eour.was made. Sugar will remain the retail price as ha! prevailed for time The last reduction inade'by. the'retail- er whlc-h was on eastern sugar, brought the price down below whal it should have been for the neit supply. Xow.Uiat the'wh'cileBale price iias gone down one- centta pound the retailers aro taking the drop to themsehes and claim lp be just making what Is coming lo them :Mr. Taylor Slatteu and C. J. Alkin son tho New York llotary Club will speak to Loys in the churches on Sunday These two great, hoys' work men will have a busy day in Lelhbridge Besides .speaking in Ihe churches the) will address the older hoys' at 4 o clock m the Y M C A nudi Chief Staltcn will laki charge of the fraai session of the pon wow in Wesley church'at 7.30 o'clock. This service v-HI Le cspeualK a service- and the central part of' the chnrch will be reserved for boys .only with their The asked to co-operate in this r.nd see that the :hoys attend "and atloiid'thehi.1 selves if possible. The afternoon, ser- ilco will ojuer nojs arid Snow in 'iS Districts in Past Wilh '.Sperations out ot forfj eve In Southern Alberta, from which. -today-' received reports, threshing TKen ty of the. remaining districts ure more ninety.vper cent. fialtheJ, and the- other, folir-rua between slity and nicetj per cent finished Eighteen of these dlstrltis report during the past week, .The towns; reporting thresh- as Hlgli Pher Clar esholai Champion K rcald Cowled, Lun Spring, Coulee, Sevtn Persons Whllla Wiunilred Island, Grassy I ake, Pnrpl? Springs Taber, Fore most Milk Rive? and Coutts f, fl. Qi tj ft o o PHONE WORKING TO WATERTON LAKES The telephone loop being constructed by the provincial government .from Piucher to Watertoii Lakes, to CardEton is now completed to Waterton Lakes and.will soon be through to Cardslon. A station Is work- Lakes. ff All Arrangements Now. Com- Register at. Advance Poll Although there is not much, inferett perceptible on tho streets In' tho re- ferendum oil Monday, thu campaign has been muc'a gingered In its last lap. Something ot this was denoted in tho fact that while on night i there was only, one solitary registra- at the advanced poll, last night Bis registered: All .arrangements for the polling on lion day aro now com- pleted, and the- deputy rslurnlng-offi- The two polling stations on, the north side, for polls 82 and are those in the Miners' and-in the gymnasium of "Westminster' scliool. The G. W. V.'A. are'going lo have a big band sobu: Organization work Is now going oil. and prospect? of forty are., good. A committee, composed of Messrs. I.ongworth, Tur- collb, GillCBpie and Hereford will apply, to' the city commissioners for tlio instruments of. the city ......._______________ give, than' .a: start. Ihreshing of! A. meeting :was held In the G. W more loan ninetj per cent fin V A rooms night on the hbed are eDe 'Winton Alderstde [band proposition with tr-e result that. Cailcy, Nanttra, Parkland Stavelj.ithe comiuiltce was appointed Carmangav, Vul and arrangements made So can, lUxmond, organization." is .the plan of ti10 'ng Officer James On Ihe south side the polling stations, for pools S5. S6, 8T, S8. ire'sit- in school, old bid Court- land school, nud in the old city, No. 82 (Miners' library; Deputy Re- turning Officer, X, .iV.Supiaa) .covers the part north of .Sixth .Avenue, N., west ot ThirleentU'i aud teenth Street, X., and all that portion south of SUth Avenue. N. .No: 84 (Fleetwood school, Deputy Returning Officer, J. McSwain) covers that portion lying south, ot Xinth Avenue, S., cast ot Twenty- First Street, south ot the C.P.H. track; and westerly along the-, centre line of Ninth Avenue, S., aiid Its production to Ihe Belly River." N'o.' 85 (Central School, with three pools. Poll A, Depuly Returning Qf- fleer poll Q.'.Vu- C, J. II. Fleetwood) covers that portion south ot Fifth. S., .east df Fifth Street, S, north of Nluth Avenue, S, and vieet ot Tirenty- First Street. 'No. S6, (old Labor Temple, two polls. Poll A, Depuly Retumlnj fleer, Robert poll Ilobson) covers portion north of Fifth, Avenue, S..' lo CPR track, east ot Wheat Price HasElktOn Lumber Trade Or, Propo-al for Higher ard for Nurses in Alberta Hospitals men interested in hoys work. This a rare opportunity. 1 .thai Lelhbridge will have lo hear IwVot the greatest boys' work men In Amer ica and they should -not 'mis'-r..'.the chance to hear them, Mr 4ttdnson will speak in Knox church in Ihe .morning at 11-o'clock, and in. the Baplist church in the even'- ing at 7.30.. Mr. Statten speaks 'in- tho United; church on'-Sunday morning 'al 11 o'clock and at Wesley in the oven: ing Both, these- gentlemen. '.Tvill: ,'al Monday ani will speak on boys1 work.' Higher standards for oerta hospitals WDS a discussion at the liospital convention in Calgary that caused Dr. ;Loyering, oJ Lethhridge te make some strenuous objections to the proposals o! Dr Usher siinnrinten dont of-the General Hospital, Calgary dispatch'irom Calgary rends in part A full afternoon s discussion on tho training.of mirses at the hospital, con veiition Thursday was enlivened at its close hy the intervention oi Dr. Lov erlng, of tcthhrldge, who referrink to proposed for training in a pbper-by.-Dr. superintended tho General Hospital Calgary, de clared that tho standard suggested! can never be attained. 'If at'any time I have.heen glad 1 am not "a woirian I' im still irora pleased after hearing i Dr. Fisher's declared the Lcth-i man. ''I should'-have- in-my'own medical ex- ainlnatton If I had had lo come up lo thu stanJard'hb proposes. His theor- ies are excellent but.Lord help'tho poor nurkcs.. When 50 many of them set the use ad much biology and abstnus Bcfence.'" Hardle and a lay delegate from Cardslon district supported Dr. JjOverltiK. Other arguments were lo tho contention that now It la casfer for nurses to olitaln the higher sland- ardri ijecaiiEe'ol Hid increased educa- tional fn tho public schools. Officers Elected At Krlclay's scisloirqt the couven- The {all In the. price of whoit has had fts reflek in the'liiflher industry, with lery little business doing locally I armers are not going In for building as was etpected A local dealer men :ioned lhat h? had never Knowii busl ._ so ijnlet Several of tho mouu taut mills are through lack of busine s It Is tho same with 'he Inm hermg busiLess In the States on ing lo the lightening Up ot the hanks There is no riish.for lumber from Ihe olher side.. It is said, in. tho. .volume Ihit took place not very long ago In fact Ihe-demand. is: lilmost' Insignifi- cant and no such rush 55S22ESD DON'T FORGET bnly.'plice .wbeYe you can get your shoes repaired by.prac- llcal -at Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors BROS. PHONE 625 What Is' yoW- Do you want to gel Into 1ho -business world and deinonstrato.that yon have buslrlesa it your desire'to'study that you', may work intolllgenlly. Wo aro hire to help yon. Marc you con- sidered "our Credit" Plan? I! v 'it! enable ymi lo pay for your tuition fiflcr you graduate-. "U'rllo or-.'call mminiiiiniii KEEP ON .MR, EDUCATOR'S TALKS' j The next talk on Wednesday after thit on each succeeding. .Wednoauoy.': on.this page. GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make ihiji cafe a favorite with loo. The Yale FIFTH STREET- SOUTH Chin, Elfiloqj, Stirling Dayton and >The below thai figure aro Cardslpn, Pinchcr and Brocket. The enow follow Do AldersjAe Parkland Nobleford En i Blackla. Klpp Monarch Mac pears .Moore, ppll B, cod, Coulee "tthltla, Tor ManyLerries and Stir- ing t Cardston reported thirt) ix lOjrs snow CAN HOLD MEETING WITH POLICE ON GUARD baud, to-take ..over tho. summer con- cerii in the park and do what portuiiity offers'iu the way of pro moling, a musical. Lethbridge. .Among, the'ranks of the war vet- erans iu JLethbridge raro some splen- did musicians." Some of the best appearing, at the dances in c b ire aud there an- ri no reasou tho G V A i cannot band Lethbridge would .i.e. proud of. William F Crooke, poll'C, Kobert A Fairbrother) covers the portion south of Ninth Avenue N., and east of Tbir Slreet, S, aud Viest of Twenly- Kl-st'Street. .No. ST. (old Courtlani Street School, Deputy Returning Officer, Ronald) .eorers portion north ot Avenue, S.; west of Fifth Street, S., aid south of Xo. SS, (Sample Room No. 1, oji- positoTire Hall No. 1, Deputy Return- ing, Officer, .Thomas IjiiBh) covers por tion north of-Third Avenue, S.; to fie Macleod Sixth Street, S and.Sixth Street, Macleod Road. Ont Ocl Booker said todiy lint he had been informed, thai tho Deter- mination League his (o hold a reeling n thia mayor Eiald he would j grant penuJtesfon fto but! at j the meeting to otop Ireasonablo talk, I if indulged jn -1 1 P.'O. BOX 940' PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Commencing Thuvs- day, Oct. on milk mil be 17 cents' per quart and ;9c 'per, pint delivered. Table 18c per Cream 23c per hnlf-pint. All B.otties i to new customers and io old Vusiomcni who have not 'got bottles to replace. the bottle: I if which tho milk or crtarn'ls de- livered. 'Our drivers arc au- thorized to< buy., bottles' from customers for n cast) 'price of lOc each. .This la a'fjosd oppor- tunity of disposing of any 6xtrn bottles that you might have around the house. Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDOE, PHONE 1929 It Is the opinion, of com petent child's are' seldc matured enough t( work that Mhelr 'ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. s6 Aeadia Dulldlra South Coaldale Girls Baseball Team WILL GIVE A Hallowe'en Dance THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28TH I i l 1 JAZZ.ORCHESTRA.WILL FURNISH MU8IO Always in .good taste'. JOHN GILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Evangelistic Campaign j BETHANY HALL', 205 13th STREET NORTH J. J. ROUSE OF VANCOUVER, B. C., WILL DELIVER A SERIES OF GOSPEL ADDRESSES COM- MENCING SUNDAY AT 7.30 P.M. COME.AND HEAR A GOSPEL ADDRESS Everybody Welcome ISTHEMOST INCANDHEALTHFEW All FOODS It b also one-of thu cheapest of foorfs. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you ntcd. v..'r Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent -for cooking and makes a ffood drink. Only 5o per quart, delivered. Phone 1576 and have call.' THE CRYSTAL LTD. (PHONE 157rj 150 cars to "Dry" Voters to the Polls on' Monday next. J v' f Help Us Roll Up A Alonster Vote .1------------------_ ._ t t PHONE AT ONCE 348 COMMITTEE ROOM ;