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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF ,UVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY; LETHBH1DKE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN CKefGiespieWingiloCo-fiperate IN THE DAYS OF f LONG 'AGO Chief CilSisale Is willing to co- operate the prohibition forc- es In Ulhbrldge In keeping this city clear, according to a state- ment he made this morning. When he" told about elatemenls jnadc by Rev. T. D. a prohibition -meeting last night In reference to a liquor export house oh Thirteenth north the chief said "Any time Rev. Mr. Jones or any one will come'here and :lay any Information., all the assistance I can. At the present ,tlnie, plslnclothei... men are'waiching tlie place. If he wilt bring those "facts to rriy Knowl- edge I will gladly assist him or will be any Informa- tion .Referring pallet-work In Lethbridge the chief said men wert 7put oil! of .town lost night and -yesterday, four women were Since tho first of the year'fine's nearly six thousand .dtilani have gone to the Attorney-General's department from the city eollce ccurt for II- rquor and gambling offences. This month the tints for these have totalled S1.HO. ATTITUDE OF A.P.P. In referents lo the statement made by the Rev. .Jones of the United Church, North Lelhbrldge, -'that the export house" on Thir- teenth Street, N., was used for, sboollegslng purposes, Inspector "Risk of the A'.P.P. jsays, Uones or any one else.has only to f give the actual circumstances, with the names of Individuals who ;will the Act committed, and he will only be too pleased to lake the necessary proceedings which the law allows As 11 Is at present the A.P.P. make it their special business to visit all liquor export houses In the city and check over their stock to see that there Is no shortage and that the liquor sent out Is In conformity with the re- gulations as to the excort houses. What must it have to have lived forty yeara ago, and how thu regrets must be that v pome of us ivcre born too ear- ly, In the comparisons of prices then and noiv. Forty jears ago tho following prices were In'. fashion ID. tho market quota- lions In a Batileford paper in v Iho month ol October: Pota- toes ?1 to "Utter CO v cents; four X flour il; beef, li- ft cents; bacon to cents; hay. to to J5 In the stack. Justice Simmons To Preside At The ft o DISCOUNT GOOD ON MONDAY NEXT EdmontdnlPPJayGetThe Vacant Alberta Senatorship Po.wcr. House Employee is Ren- dered Unconscious-T-Taken To Hospital A Gcrlous accident took place in lao Power House this morning when George Osbornc, an employee Ihcre, was knocked on tbe head by a three- Inch pipe falling oil him and rendered unconscious. He was moved by the _ ambulance lo Gall Hospital, and f latest Information Is that he IB lying Number of Important Cases :-Are Up For Hearing When Court Opens Next Week The criminal sessions of the Sup- reme Court lu the city open on Tues- November 2nd, Tvltb Mr. Justice Simmons presiding. .Among the cases set for trial Is the one of liei vs.- Joseph H. caused a very great deal of.lnlor'est In the prelim- inary proceedings.-. This Is a case in wh'leh Mr. Oiierift, president ot the Farmers' and..Merchants' Bank, at Sweet Montana, la charged, as alleged! with converting to hl3 own use.the sum ot the moneys of J. Schwartz of_Mlli Is also the'case pf the robbery or ihe sum of fiEO the Raymond post office for which Harvey Gllnes slands charged." There Is auother charge laid against'the accused, that as al- leged, of stealing a heifer. The'remalning cases on the list are: Hei vs. Fred Stayk, theft of goods; Hei vg. Arthur Clarke. assault; Hei vs: Chavlea Garner'and Arvld'NGllson, Cwlag to the last day of the mouth fulling ou Sunday, ou which date the eight per cent, discount period expires. the allowance ot this will bo ex- tended to (he Monday follow- ing November -1st, Kansas Fanner Would 3 Bond Land For Hundred An Acre !n Order To Get Irrigation Benefits No Threshing at Okotoka So Far is Dis- tricts Complete Wealher during tbe past week has hindered the.progress of threshing In An Edmonton resident now In the city states that he has it from source that the va- cant sehatorahlp, occasioned by the death of the laie Senator Tal- hot, Is to be offered to James Ramsay, Leader "of ihe-Oppositisn and member In the local House for East Edmonton. .He further Bays .that, consequent on this, organiz- ing Is" going on for a provincial 'bye-election following the promo- tion of Mr. Ramsay to the Senate. The opinion Is abroad that the Senate vacancy will rot be 10- cepled by Hon. A. L. _. i lii. semi-conscious state. Mr. 'Os- borne was bending the pipe when.the pulley In .which It was placed gave way, releasing the pipe which'knock- ed him senseless. horse-stealing; Rex vs. Edwin Weir, Alfred Duffy, pen Nearly Two Bank Gearings Bming Odier The Bank clearings for October well over the million and a half mark as compared to the In October 1919. The total clearings for the month run to dole on five and a half million. dollars agalntt a nearlng of four mllllonsjn the month of October last year. The-figures for the month were as _ao- alnst a difference In favor, of October, 1920, of lM Place Of Operation A Liquor House From Its In the courts, Uio 'Act'as to ciport houses docs Dot appear to hold water when tested out.. According to the latest regulv lions, export houses .were forbidden plp.ced In olber .than corporate Lowne, tho consequence being that, a number ot them in the outlying dis- trkla picked up their tents and lour- nsyed to the cities, as was the caai. ivith tho establishment of the3o houses Jn' I.ethbridge. In a decision given last week by Iho Appellate Court, In the case ot a cou Hscatton ot liquor from nn eipor house which continued to do business In Chauvin, Alberta, It was ordered that the liquor ho returned and so laid .down that tho Acl, In substance was ultra vires In forbidding the plac Ing of export houses in areas olhc: P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS v Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. D-6 Acadla Building 612 Third Avinue South haii corporate cities. The case for lie export house was fought'by IcCall, K.C.; and tne decision ohtalned. from-, tha rso.urt.. OUT TO INCREASE MEMBERSHIP TO FIFTY THOUSAND Monday will herald the commence- ment ol the drive for momberslilp ol the United Farmers of Alb'erli. Pre- liminary- organization work lias proceeding during tne past week iu IheVLcthbrldge constituency but ILu 'bad wcalher of the past two days has held this up. In an interview thiB'morning Mr. A. Hamilton pointed out that tlie farm- ers in their" xirganlzallon nnw number in the neighborhood of twenty-live thousand .whereas they should have firtr is he- ing conducted 111 the three prairie provinces the first two days ol uext perjury; Hei vs. Rei TH! Alfred Tracy, destroy- ing personal- property; nei. va. J. A. Snow, taelt ot Cattle; Hex vs. George Press, gross indecency; Ilex vs. Al- bert Gessinghaus, assault causing bod- ily harm; Rex vs. jack Parkinson, wheat stealing; Rex vs. Earl Clark, wounding animals; Ftci llarball, cattle'stealing. vs Andy Bec." JacksbnTs lowe'cn Kewpips. window for Hal- "304 Ap American citizen, with '-faroi holdings in Alberta, Is in Ihe city to- day In the person ot W. F. Zlgler of Eallna. Kansas. Il was seven years 150 thai Mr. Zlgler last hcrij. and calling at tho Herald office .lo renew his subscription to the edi- tion, lie made It a point to express the more than coalenled fertlcg he has in the. way he has benefitled Jrom the proceeds ol the threc-nuar-. o fir have. not. raised any objectlont. OLD-TIMERS, THE ANNUAL MEETING will be held in the Bpard of, Trade Building, at S .o'clock, on'. the: evening of _ Tuesday, Nov, 1920 .PLEASE ATTEND. IS THE BEST TIME FOR. AN 6 EXAMINATION' i1 If'your ej'es trouble you j the best lime for an exam- Inatlon IB a w, V.A. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 2ND IN THEIR CLUB ROOMS INVITATIONS CAN BE-SECURED FROM SECTY. TURCOTTE Look Her fc We have just received a good stock of boys' solid leather boots, double toecap, A great shoe; for winter, in black and tan. We also have some GOOD SATURDAY in dress boots and work shoes for Take advantage of our first-dais-shoe ing department, H. G. KILNER 420 13TH ST. NORTH. PHONE 317. OWING TO 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. 2 Sour, per Ib. bulterfat___....___49c These prices will take effect October 27th and until further notice, THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1S76 Visit to Lethbridge of Rt. Hon, Arthur Meigheh In order that an appropriate welcome may be given to Eight Honorable Arthur- Meighen, prime minister of Canada, on the occasion of his approach- ing VISIT TO LETHBRIDGE, ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 1920, IT IS ANNOUNCED THAT A MEETING of ttio supporters ot the govornment nml all others Interested, for Iho purpose of making tlie necessary arrangements, will he held In THE Y. M. C> A. AUDITORIUM ON MONDAffENING, NOV. AT EIGHT LADIES ARE INVITED GOD SAVE THE KING t Signed on (he provisional committee, fW. S. BALL, v Chafrmau. ;