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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NJ5W8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LOCAL r( LETHBR1DGB. ALBEHTA, PAGE SEVEN Farprsjo Gontiaued By Ottawa The fall in prices for live tattle past tew months has tend-; eJ to discourage many farmers from stocking up.again after reduced rattle ioldinjjs 111 the West 'owf'ug to tbo acute feed shortage in ,1918, and.again in 1910, followed by the. prolonged .and severe winter of' all (he prairies-provinces. This. Slock''braKen "of the of Agriculture, OUswa. Th'o opinion of the department Is: that the impending shortage of heef supplies will war- rant farmers, in taking advantage of young favorable conditions as regards feed, and every- thing possible is being .done to on CLOSE encourage the farmer'- 'tcCsCock cattle, the carlot and free freight' pol- icy has been initiated b'y ment :to render the tarmet-desJrfus of making purchases liberal', assist ance. Under this policy, to prevent as as possiblejihe slaughter or ei-j pSrtalion of useful JieUere young1 Swes offered tor If n, ojen market at minion depa'riniujit of agriculture has, la co-operation with the railroad com- panies, arranged for Ihe inauguration of a free freight policy. Under this policy breedlrtg' stock'-'ol th'e BANK-AT GRASSY LAKE .The branch of the'jUnloR Bank In Grassy Lake has been closed. The reportSvas Current that thes Standard p'ank Intended to start a branch'lri' the village. Thtg, however, Is denied by the man- _ ager of the bank In the city. Accuses Foster i Ofc Confusing from any central stockyard In West- ern Canada 16 country .points west of courage the purchase at the different Fort William without the payment by stock vards of vouiig' tc'nmles and purchaser oi freight rates. uudcr the policy also tho Dominion Live Slock Branch will pay reason- able travelling expenses of farmer residing in Canada who purchases one or- morp .carloads parcelling stock of redder'and-Etocker tattle, under conditions steers purposes. In view of ,tbe.dlsc6u'ra'ge.mout .the- western farmer has efijiflBhcccJ hold- Ing, the that thousands oiiKeadforcattie are going to the should bo CiVadian'ifarins. Froni Stubble Good Record of a Farm At Conrad, in the Skiff District. -1 A'POSERTbR'THE JUDGE Whether a dollar a day, or a dollar aniTa quarter caiiibe'tc- garded''as'the legitimate udst of feeding a stclllou, during th'j ull of Poeljer vs. liixbjV; v and 'secretaries are ;pn' fiirlohgh in It Is. .exceedingly'doubtful jif many of these .can be replaced and it is likely some of them will haw to be recalled their .posts before their furlough. Is -properly terminated "these uieri 'have 'been given'il territory over -campaign for funds on with M. OA! work Iu foreign fields. 'In Japan a lot money-is needed. [Living costs hare increased one hun- dred and twenty per cent. Mr. Sneyd told -the -Bothering, The.Covernment, In regard to the reinstating--of the Wheat, is contuk-1 ing Instead of clearing the situation is the opinion President Wood, of .he U.F.A. in an Interview given to ibe.-Calgary -Herald in to' the, upshot of. Ihe position-taken by the cister.ottTrade'-aiid'Coinmerce. ioil to have' the. following' 'comment.' "Sir George Fos- (er Just, gives us enough information to confuse the situation but .not 4nough to 'clarify it. "The Slinisle'iv Idded slated flires of the situation, in tho opinion of- the Government last year, that' fenijered the 'Wheat Board necessary ?'ere a lack .of money and credit on' the part oi most European buyers and the consequent necessity of advances to importing countries 'in the shape of loans" "Sir ceeded to'1 say, "This year the sllua- {ion is essentlaltj different. Xelt'iur panada nor the United States government credit to Europeau; Coun- tries to enable, tliem to supply wheat' to their peopled" In regard to George Foster, 5Jr. Wood cqusidereil Half Million Increase Over the Figures o f e Year Ago Batik'-clearings this week show the substantial-Inere.ase of _21Vlover that of. the week. clearings ..ran over.the million mark, the betnn against 361.Tn d The Skilt district has belied.any repulalion of licioK in the dry area 'by the threshing done at Conrad. On the McNeiil-farui the wheat .crop oil 200 acres''thrc'stcd out at 20 bushels to the acre.. The wieal wus disced in slubblo on. account uf Ihe spring, llnd It been put in on laii'd'lbn't had been plowed or invsum- iner-fallow, .it Is confidently said that the'crop would have.gone to 30 bush- els an acre. Other crops'In the vicin- to tbc acre ou disc- and eastwards towards SkiH where' in better the crops ran.-'J5 bushels and bettcD. expenses liave gone up. his leeture' he "showed 'lantern viewH of.wlin.1 Is.'Tielng done In Jairan; "His 1 was about twenty., proralnpnt .business'..' men 5. o Lethhriilge it would well that', il was told how much of this money, if any, was' furnished, for the purpose of buy- ing1 Canadian wheat. He was fully 'he tliat Sir George neetccling ngrlcuttnrat interests, but Two collisions between street car and motor 'car 'took -place at ten o'clock in the morning ot Thursday 'and in the evening of the same day. 'In both cases the motor cars were damaged-to a' certain- extent, and' tho -street crir any Injury to speak of. In the first collision, which took place-on the corner of Ninth street and Sixth avenue B., tbe driver of the-Ford admitted ihat ha lo blame in that be was unable to-put on; his 'brakes in time, in the car being overcrowded. He was sat- isfied to go without leaving his name.with car 'cr.idu.clor. be was also convinced, (bat il'was n6t to Ihe'liest interests bf fanadlan agfi- culture that.the marvel was'opened' Ibis year.- The tnlimaicil powerfuV 'UiiF'-lnfliietice was either not well informed of the situation or was trying to serve some othc-'influeiice." Fine of or Two Months in Jail Judgment of Judge jjaclcsoa At the -District Court, ou Thursday of Co'iitt wlin for trial -iii charge of assaiilt'and bodily, harmibn Malcolm Campbel, of 'Coutls on tho public highway ed beforV "'Judge Jackson for: speedy trial, and was fiued't25 or two months !-circumstances' ot'the asBiult were, as relale.d by Campbell'that Darrie came along in a motor, car, overtaking Win' while hb was getting on'a wagon, and asked him settling ot an account. To this he replied that he tlioughl it was paid; Darrie replied it was. not so and that the matter had to be settled right there. With this it was alleged.thnt lie pulled Campbell out of the wagon, and when hovvrgoV bacK jumped in after him and assaulted him, fol- lowing Ihis up with throwing .rocks after him as the .wagon, moved" off, A meeting of the local support- ers of Premier NeleVsen was In the office ofc W. S.- ball, on Thursday afternoon, with: T, M, Tweedle, K.C., M.P., of Calgary, present, to discuss plans for the 'reception of Premier Melgheri on his visit to the city on Monday, November 8th. Nothing definite was decided on, and a further meeting is called for Monday next to consider and make final ar- "rangements. It is Intended to give -.Mr. Melghen 'a with all citizens invited to take part In U. .It'; Is _ probable as the train with the Premier arrives from Calgary in the r luncheon hour, a public luncheon wilt be- te tide red him, which Vvill be open to all, apart, from any particular political faffifiatlohSj The' local Womefii, stood, will tcn'der the Premier a reception on the same lines as that.filven Hon. MacKeniie King "Mrs. Melghen will be entertain the women of Ihe city In the'evening the bfg meeting will be'held In the Majestic Theatre. .There will be no banauet held at- lter..thermeeling, as, Mr. Melflhen out by morn' and hat a trehuous day ahead In Calgary'on the Tuesday following Monday During the af terrfoori'cf Monday It Is consider- ed likely that deputations from such organizations such as the G.W.V.A. will wait on the Premier. DON'T FORGETt get your repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at t Button" 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre one of the rocks hitting him 'on caus ing bodily harm. The defendant sa id thrown'at him by Camjbell. LETHBRTDGE FRIENDS S.UUPHISKD'.CrTIZBN- DECKED IN OVERALLS One of the old limers of the city Sir. Thomas Turner, of 19tli Street north, died at Gait Hospital yesterda; afternoon..after a-short lllnes Mr .j.' ..'._.- T, 0 roreign- Work .becrelitry Dr.'M. V. GalllvA.n who has wideiy'.knpWu In southern Alberta for many, years.'will'leave Letbtyridge on Siturdiy to lite 01 er i is iew duties ]n thv Eonilaioii labors 1 was InMcw' -ij coming the 'early frominumbei of friends him i -.n1" England, 'f he fnner-sl will be'pr'eparH night .11 W-s Iftmc inil h el 3 fro in the bsidence; 32G lOlh St i-picsented him with handsome i-ik north, lomorrbw. at 21 fii shed clock .o'clock. Tho-Ancient'Order of Fores I The affair was a surprise to Dr "lers of which deceased'was a prom Qallivan In sense of tho word The .Kord'came on to.Sixth avenue., that he to ask him from Niiith street and so got into con-1 about a. mare that had lost a colt and tact :wHb In the im-l a: in which a'bottle was pact, the front .part (it'the Ford was' badly In the second: coUIslou, took place on Fifth street: a car, driven by .A. Bryan, 'of. -SB3.-Twelfth street, coming out garage, ran into .the street ca'ri Sjlruck by its fender and haying-jls tool box, which; was on "the'running board damaged. The driver of the.motor car stated that he did not see nor hear the slreet car coming along. CONDITION OF. MR. HARR.ISON. At o'clock this afternoon the condition of H. Harrison, who was in- jured driven by J. T. Hickey struck him, was not changed from yesterday. Gait Hospital report- ed Harrison as hovering between semi- consciousness and His, injuries are to his head and his back THERMOS BOTTLES dresses Galherini? of Locill hnent member, will have charge and] The doctor was all decked out m an members are asked to meet at the old pair o[ overalls and was head over Business Men Taking .part, in a general campaign Rll-over for Foreign Work Secretary the.Y.M.O. A., spolte last night In tbe local in- Etllution ot that body on the'.work and needs of Japan.., The Japanese, be said, are eager for Y.SI.q.A. training but the demand for.'.whije wmliei's and secretaries is'far greater than-the supply. _ s Money matters are also tho Y. M. C. A., in connection with their overseas work. In' Japan the j local institutions are kept up flnan; clally by the Japanese but the salaries of tho secretaries and workers have to be'born by subscriptions to the Y. side of the At the present time thirty workers Residence a't 1.30 p.m. Sir. Turner was also a member of the Lethbridge Kentish Association.'" P.O. COX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Finandal AfjALVsTS D Kiicinacc. IJUplllvpO ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON} Are to your1 Chrjst- inas? A. rush tJusiiiess, is'cxpocied during November arid'Dec'emljej- ..ami.we advise forjy appltcation for reservation.' i'" Phone and (ull informs- tloVi. regarding.rates and sailing will be cheerfully' giveii. THE. ROSSfTER Phone 1412 Hlglnbotham Block Information heels in work when his ed on the scene.' ITc- was hiding be- hind a barricade of packing boxes, in- dustriously filling them. if Dr.; Gallivan was also, presented with a, wrist .Watch ,by -the, Knights of Columbus. BuiidiriB t 6.12 Third Ayisnno -South BAWDENBROS. RHONE 625 iwminimiii All Cotton Felt Mattresses JJuilt, riot marie. Will nol sag or get lumpy. All sizes-' "OLD CHIEF- BRAND (EM- f If ask yovu- grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us have nis name. People that.bnvo used it fay it is' good ami come back for. more and yon will tbnic< the ICHclliig grocers In tho city aro haiuUtRg Ibis ting brand Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd, I LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Always in good taste, JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 We have just received a good stock of boys' solid leather boots, double toecap. A gieat foi wmtei, in black and tan. 'We alsQ have some GOOD BARGAINS' FOR boots and work shoes for men. Take advantage 'of our first-class shoe repair- ing departmient. H 420 13TH ST. NORTH. PHONE 317. Regular 53.50 values This week at (complete) OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 PI. IRANK HEDLEY DRDC co, HALLOWEEN DANCE SIKOKOTOK1 CHAPTER. 1. 0. D. E. MASONIC HALL Tickets Cannoneers' Orchestra. G; W. V. A, TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 2ND :IN THEIR CLUB ROOMS SECURED FROM SECTV. TURCOTTE ,v Now Yotl, Too, Can Have FAMOUS NATIONAL MAID BREAD All from our new Autoniallc lialic-in-Sight oven every 35 mlnutea. Great, bis. luscious as ever keep fresli for i longer lime did. j See Delicious National Maid Bread Baked Before your Eyes! GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will nitike Itila cafe a fatorilo with you, loo. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH BUTTER MARKl Cream prjcos will be as follows; No, 1 Sweet, per Ib. .80c No. 1 Soiir, per Ib. A No. 2 Sour, per Ib. .49c These prices will take effect October 27tH and until further notice. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD." PHONE 1576 Yes, you can WATCH this ncw-ilny way. You can see Ihiu delicious bread taking on its gjorloua golitcil brown ''color while'yoii're here. And' just wait until the fam- ily. ppsso.6 NATIONAL MAID llread costs no more than dm ordinary kind. Come In for a loaf. You won't be able (o resist ItHhcreafter. System of Baking, I W6TH ST. SOUTH ;