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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta jVLL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE: THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PACE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, -.LETHWUDGE, PAGE SEVEN oners Grant Increases To Employees Fifteen Dollars a Month Increase to AH Clerical Staff on Monthly Hourly Men Get Thirteen Per 7 Cent Pay and Retroactive Arrangement Applies Only to Power House .and the City Sst ot 41000 per monlf from 4st September 19'0 .6. That the. electric "workers in'ithe city's employment are not included 4 or 5'because they work ml" der a separate agrelmeht with Ihe city. At a special meeting of the city .council, held on Wednesday sftar- uoo'n, the employees of the city were given a'n'ihcreasc of ''7 per ccht. leas 14 par: tent., J X per ctaL, (latins froni September thi> 1st, with retroactive pay from April 1st to September 1st. The, increases from Sopieinber 1st will take immedlatsly, a-jil the retroactive, pay will 'paid "jftihe' iiine in In the case' of'tlTe and otherB on iuouthly.salaries there has bren granted a straight Increase of lip ner iiionth as from September 1st, The- percctnnge pay and the retroac- tive pay ..applies only to the Power Houte employees and the miners, as rte'ncted. by the resolution passed 'All hourly men are lo bn given an uf IX per cent, from Septem- ber. 1st. have bean a nat.ailviinco of J10 per month ns, from of. the city not included in the v.-ages croeta schcair-, bOL-s-.isc liity "work under n sciiar.ito dty. -tu tlie incri'iises yriinicd the.city palarv is IncreayL'il from tlic city clBi-Vs the Chief of Police from to "5315; ilic S1SS lo 'In iii'e Ppiics nf-r-iii-tnient "tlie ser'gV is frtjiu to 'rom inKxinnim salary nf tup Is under the no-.v schedule SiS-J, and the minimum Iii tiioVrirc'lyepavfnieii't.-'tlie: of; Captain' HiiVdy' is from, SlCO.i.5 to Captain Lindaay's Fire Hall) from lo .from to S3C4.15. The maximum.wage ot'.tliu itremcn Is now J149.90 anJ'the liiu city liall-'Etufl the maximum salary is 5101.30 ,i month and tho in'iniinwn, salm-y -The salary of .ussessor is raised from ?lSi5.20 the building Inspector from to JI72.50. In the Public DenartnieiU tbej -bighwl ulerlcai: salary Is now 5IS4.12! tlie ailnimuin j: ball .-janitor re- ceives fltS-th'TiT ?140.CO. Tho: ineveuscs: granted a sum JjptVccii. ?SOOO this with the lib paid next total will "be iii the neighbbrho'od of Tho following Is the resolution pass- eti bringing the wage increases' into i. -That tlie Power -House employ- ers he given tlis increase of 27 per. 1 cent, less 14 per 'cent, from Ist.Sep- 10-0. ;ihd the retroactive pay from 1st April to 1st' September which Is not to be paid until somp Ijmo In .mi. 2. That -all-" hourly nieit be" given nil increase of; cent. less" 14 rjnr rent, from" Ihe 1st 'September, 1929. :3. Thut the employees in Gity Hall tli'o Police ami Kire Ueparluient, a- Hat iailvance" of -per mouth from tSa '4. That all monthly, men- riot- in- be Eivcn a'flat .raise of month from the 1st September, Eteriographera be given a In efforts-.to stamp .out tho "dope1'- trade in J ethbrldge the locil police, unde'r Chief .Glllcsple, secured a. couvictlbn yesler'day afternoon be- lorc Magistrate 113111 Sam Phillips, alias Box CanTony, of Living- stone. .Mont., was fined and .costs. The charge hifn was for uuhtvrfully posse? eion a qu tf Phillips'was in town and wac oiie men'.'rirrsstpd. The other by tho n.c.M.P TRIAL TRIP steamer Canr.dlan Squatter will run her tria trip down tn Sore! from this port on next Tuesday. The vessel is of tons and has a speed of 11 knots. ARRANGE RECEPTION T M TWPFDIL K C M P., of Calgary; was In the city today In-regard to meeting the followers of Premier Melghen to lha'Prime" Minister" a r when he. Lethbrldge on Monaay, November-Sth. f. r 4 6 Had licit Si; Man Heavily Find Judgment has bees delivered In the appeal case, filed ;by tbe Inland Her eniio through Detective-Sergeant -Lobb of the R: C: M.-P., against the die missal of tho charge against Leonard Schan of Pleasant View, Magistrate Burrell. ainst Scnan'was: that did- on .or about March 27th at or near Pleasant unlawfully hare in bis posses slon a-still-suitable for.the manufae lure of spirits, contrary to the section of tbe Inland Revenue Act. The case against at I.eth bridge by Magistrate Biirrell In Aprl lasl, nud the dismissed. The appeal-was heard at Cour sltttings at. Forpmust .'on-October 1st with his lionb'r Judge'Jackson resen Ing Ills', judgment. In th'er'Jurlguient givc-n. hisl bono iinds tlj t the iccuscd did not [atccirily rebut the prefuriiption tha the articles seized.sire suitable for Ihi .'spirltsJ He .tliercfu'ri found the accused giiiltv and flriei CALGARY WORKMEN ARE BUYING'HOUSE Dnver of Car on a Charge of Dnviag While in 1 Intoxicated Condition Worklngmen are desert' Ing the lundlords and becoming the owners .of their own homes 111 :large I numbers, 0. B. :Edgelt, ot kdgett Agencies Limited, reported this mom- ing. Mr. Edgett-'returned :today from a two-day Calgary. Reul the shape'of houses. pitying a iii the cen- tral Alberla city, he-said." Big bouses jro not tnovregs.fast-but the smaller H janitor, i JIan iloiis la unconscious Iii (lalt Hospital and C.P.R.'braieirian, of out on hail awaiting tr al OB a charge of drunk in charge of a motor car Hlclj} is al- to bare run down lUrri on on SeYenth afreet a" few. minutes afteY Bix-.o'filocX-isWednesday evening and the injured has been hovering between a -eeml-couBC'ous. and uncou scions condition evlr since At noon was; reported" as- being conscious Apparently no one saw the acci dent except three Two of these were in motor car anil Dm otber one wa's Harrison and it is doubtful if be saw anything. .Hickoy was the only one secured-by the police, his com- panion makingYa...clean getaway. This morning Hlckoy faced win In the city police court oil the above charge" and ;was remanded two dayajto Harrison will live 01 die. iShbuld Harrison die it is likely a charge of niaiislaiigliler may be plac- ed against Hickcv According to the report of Con stable Wash ford, who investigated the accident and who arrested Hickey. the motor car was-being driven toward the C.KR.: depot." Hlckey's story to How Kecent Increase Granted to Mmets Works Out in Actual .Money Put Lethbridge Northern'Bends I On The Market In A Few Days Northern bonds- j Issued on October S b> the Guaranty "A large number of bond and nota-is- sues" are being brought out at high rates, with, hoiverer, a tendency to- ward easement] The short term note issues to the continuing credit sl'nuseii'o and the unwilling ness of the banks lo undertake current financing. The" rapidity with which the issue are .sold Is a measure bt within the next two or three davs, secretary of the dis- trict expects." .Vajor -Muekltstou. chief engineer of the district ami- Qrolts. chairman of the board -'of: trustees, "leave tonight to consult with Premier S ten-art and'ljoii. C. K. Mitchell, .provin- cial' treasurer. expects iliatja's, soon as this interview is finished the bonds wiH bo offered for to delivery.- The bonds arc. not printed yet but: have been Voted. Conditions of tho money market are eipected Uxchai'ge with tbo outcome of-the presiilratlaPelcctlohs" on Nov- ember 2 hj'iiie .United.Stales, officers ot the stated. At the .present time''the: money "mark'ets are tight. In reference to tills a bulletin the lineament dpacit> of our jeo pic man} of whom are putting into substantial securities their busi- ness, or speculative profits'.of: recent years.' A meeting o( the and chairmen of the board ot: directors of Ihe federal reserve held at Washin'sfon on October 13 and Hid" decision was to.-tighten up the- money markets, a' little more.- The LetlibridgerNortbera bonds are, seven per cent, thirty year issues. WOMAN LOSES VOTE IF STORK COMES ON N. Y. ELECTION DAY Coal operators were this mnruuig notified'of. the ordero Issued I by Mr. Armstrong as to the wage In- creases to be paid miners, to come In- to effect as from Monday, October 25tb. The order as [sstied is: (1) That an additional be given of ?2.50 day, men over -that paid on October Slut, 1919, Including the 92 cents war bonus. (2) That an additional bo- given boys egual to that-given in.tho com- petitive field 3lst, 1919, him the sum of J'OO i CD t ot the the constable IB that Harrison step j including the bonus of 92 cents. pea off the sidewalk in front of the The additional, as it works Ford which struck the pedestraln fu out, makes the wage of the man who his back Harr'sou then about Was earning. ?5 prior to-Oa- ten feet from the curb the police obev -In the case of boys say. noctors Bryan, Hoy ruid Levering were; called? to; attend to Harrison hearing is well the tosts ot the iippeal (ths whole' not to" exceed the sum of Tn default, of paymeht six months in the I.ethbriiige-pail. Mi G Virtue appeared for ihe Inland Roitnue and Air MtKcnna of How Isl-iud, for the accused. (hief ot Ppllce Gilksnie said this morning. ROBBED POST OFFICE AT MOOREHEAD MINN, I "MOOTlt-HhAD Minn jl-our oanuit after putting i and him (to a chair the clfe jnf (he Moojxhead ;io t office an I esc-ip bd.ivltlvElativiij.yalued at dOOr md i ROYAL JEWELS BAKED IN 'LOAF romaiitic story of the. adventures'of a member royal iamil> who escaped from the Bol lieviki nUfi'rfanilh heir looms to the ot thousands of pounds is told a known to whom ihejjjferebrought for HELPING ALBERTA TEACHERS Hoiu Georg P. Smith, niinistor- of educaticn for Alberta, pointed out in an interview recently in Toronto three interesting oxneridionts ;n con neclion with helpin ers fiinnchllj teach 940 ncome Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE ;PATERSON I ANDiCO. Building.' 612 Third Avenue 'i The onV pi-ice you can get your shoes repaired by, prac- tical, shoemakers is.a't Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street 'So'iith Phone 693 f doorajS.: of Colonial BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 All Cotton Felt Mattresses Bulilynot made. Will not sag or gel Humpy. All sizes. NOTICE Commencing .Thurs- day, Oct.'21st; our prices rTWINS -ALWAYS BECOME "ILL AT THE SAME TIME FREDERICK, he re are investigating what.thsy declare is psychic phenomenon. When. Clarence L. Marsh, o'f Akron, Ohio, becomes ill, his twin sister, Clara Marsh, lives here, also invarjably becomes ill. The unusual bend between the has existed since they Vr'ere children. I per quart and 9c per pint delivered. Table per half-pint. Whipping per naif-pint. A Charge of lOc Will Be Made On All Bottles to new customers and also to old customers who have not got bottfes to replace the bottles In '.which the milk or cream is de- livered. Our drivers are au- thorized to buy bottles from customers for a cash price of 10c each. This Is a good oppor- tunity of disposing of any extra bottles that you might have v around the'house. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBfSIDQB, PHONS 1929 Always in good taste. JOHNGILMORf Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 jewe'z m a --loaf of bread form- carried out Country by the instocralic refugee Sov Set .comroissloaaries on the front EearcKedchim, butvfaile'd discover the" mostly were 1 settings. Subsequently.-- the jewels in Piccadilly brings-jho..wogesiof Octolier 31st, lo Doys wlb'were prior to OctobervSlst, be c-aruingMrbm ;Hbw Increase :wiil'work Is bTiown In the case of the bottom men 'n the mines. The wages; of-these prior to October 31st were ?3.G6 .which with the bonus of 92 cents to >4.58. -With the raise- gvlcn these wages will, now, be It Is computed that, with the. In- crease, contract miners are la tho position of earning ?116 for thirteen! days' work at S.hours a day, and even twelve days work according" 16 the output. With-.the increase of the price of .coal delivered city ha's npwigoiwf twb'tons; HOW THE CITIES STAND IN TAX In the'tax sales .to, be'.held, there will be property which expected fall into the hands of th'e" representing -the fol- lowing 4 counts in arrears of, 'taxes: Li ihbrldge, Cal- gary, five millions; Edmonton, six. and one-half millions, and' Medi- cine Hat, NEW the thous- ands and o'dd- persons who, applied to of to vote under the provisions of the absented voters' law .Is request, convey- ed by her husband, Ts destined to be turned down. "Will your wife be.called out 1 of the city on day on im- portant asked the official. answered the' husband, "she won't be out of but she'll be kept'away from the polls on the.'rnost' important business In the world." '..Some: more conversation be- tween .the. husband and the" elec- 'JtTpn official foljq.wed. 'At length ii th.e election official man! Can't you see the .allow, .that. If..the stork arrives on electio'n'd.ay' your wife will have to' lose her Vote. That ends it." A statement, as reported gary Herald, was.made by. Gep.'Skeld- ing, MrU A., of Macleod, while in that city, that he Deceived the as- surance of Boyle that tho MacleoJ judicial district would not he abolished and ing the appointment, of a District Court Judge there to lake the' place o! Judge McXelll, Judge Jackson, will' hold the regular sittings or court anil attend lo the chamber ttork al staCeil Seen by tho Herald. Judge Jackson stated that so far as be is Concerned he has not beenrhotified as to carrying on Ihe additional duties" m Macleo'd He thought however It 'would betirofr ajjle that he will be isked to do this SIKOKOTOKl CHAPTER, I. 0, D. E. JrOCT.29.1! MASONIC HALL tiii'i j i. if m '8 1 I I llri ]nr-rrv y-tr IJT< 11 i 'rr 1' I U 1m Tickets Cannoneers' 'OlC I li'w Tu. iar f GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced iiiqlifVviKiS' iwllh you, too.' lj'' i The cfthe NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2? Occupying Our Old Stand, 404 13th St. North Loaves for 25c F.resh, Tasteful and Dainty Cooking, Buns, Cakes, Pastry Always k Hand We will be pleased to have our formei- custom'ere and wel- come new ones. -.We guarantee good bread and the best of service. i PETE Manager OWING T0 DECLINE IN THE BUTTER MARKET Cream prices will be as follows: No. 1 Sweet, per ib. butterfat..........80c No. 1 .Sour, per Ib. butterfat...........52c No, Sour, per IK ,49c .These prices will take effect October 27th ,and until further notice, y THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD, PHONE 1576 t 61 ltt S'f Now-You, Too, Can Have FAMOUS NATIONAI MAID All from our new Automatic llake-in-Slght 35 minutes. Great, luscious lone--good as any they keep fresh for a longer time, even than did. si iclld, See Delicious National Maid Bread Baked. Before. .Your Eyes! Yes, you can WATCH it biike this new-day way. You can see this most delicious bread taking on Its glorious golden brown color while you're here. Anil just wait until the.fain-' ily passes judgment! NATIONAL MAID Bread costs rij moro than tho orrtinary kind. Come In for a loaf. Yon won't be able to resist It tlicreaftor. )ridge National System of Baking. Ltd. i 407 5TH ST. SOUTH 1 r} r ;