Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE PAGE OP UVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER'S, 1920. -LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN All Voters Must Register For The Right to Vote on Referendum Returning Officer George Rice Announces All Regulations Pertaining to Liquor Importa- tion Vote on October Four Urban Centres in .This Constituency. "Shall the importation or hiinglng oJ Intoxicating liquors Into the Prov inco be To tho mew 'woni- ca 6! Alberta eligible to vote will have to say "Yes" or the referee duuj to be held on October 25th. Every voter before he or she is eligible to vqla will have to bb on tho register. This applies to voters in urban districts. In the rural districts voters whose names do not appear on tho voters' lists at the referendum will be- entitled to vote on being sworo and vouched for. They can only be sworn and vouched for by somebody whose -oanio 'already' appears on the list There between-the urban and (he rural.vole. There la also n difference as-hetween the two in the registration urbai voters'- lists being printed aud rura lists not being.so. Urban Centres Urban .centres are. those which con slst of cities, aud incorporated' one years? having a population of 1000 or'inore'. For every four'thousand of population will to a .registrar, to that in Lethbridgc there will be three. Every registrar, will have tho power'of a Justice: of" the Peace and can appoint to arrest per- sons for impersonation, creating dis- turbances, "etc. The Electoral OOcer.has narSed the follow- ing 'centre's in Southern Alberta, Loth- bridge, Tabor, Raymond and Cards- ton, _. 1 Registration for compiling the vot- ers' lists will start on Monday, Sep- tcmber 13th.. The registration offices will be open from that date to Satur- day the-ISth inclusive; between the hoiirs.of 9 a.m. and.9 p.m., with Inter- missions from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and from p.m. to17 p.m.' An apply to place any other or others on the register, provided it can bo satisfactorily, prov- ed that the party .or-parties have been unable .to make: personal application through from temporary unavoidable bona 8de' absence .from city, town, .or Incorporated village. Such Individual s'whb applies for; Mfc may1 be :any relative of hita and her or an employer, or who baa a personal knowledge of which prevent personal ap- plication. If such absence' is sub- .....sjantlated the.alreentee placed on the v Jtera' list. The District Judge of the respective 1 voUng districts will he the Revising Officer for the voting lists. In the case V Lethbridge It wilt be Judge Jackson. Those Who1 Can Vote Por-lho purposes ot'the Dominion Election Act, every, one who is a Brit- ish subject, or any one who was born In His Majesty's dominions no matter the nationality of'his and her parents can.vote on the Teferondura provided lie or she is still a British subject and has lived twelve months in Canada and two months in the particular dis trlct whcro the voliiis lakes place. A man or womln born la a foreign coun try of British fnljier can voto provld Ihe" father during the child's In- fancy: .did not surrender his or her British.nationality. An ,Indian may-vote, notwithstand ing that ho Is o.rdinarlly resident on an Indian reservation, If ho served In tho military, or air forces of Canada in the late war, A person disqualified lu any prov Inco on account of his race may never heless vote if he has served la the 2. What Is his full Christian came naval, military, or of Can-" ada in the late war and produces his discharge to the registrar. Any vote who has been per- sonally naturallred In Canada, or is the wife of a parson Canada before the'1st-of January, ISIS, provided she was born On the continent of North America, or U the child of a'person natural lied', In Can- ada before the K of January 1918 and ivas, at or itttt the .time' his parent became naturalized and bsfore he (or sbe) became'21 yean of age with the parenCprbTtiJed he (or she) was born on' tie continent of No rib. America, or has obtained certiorate from a judge under section, 29 of the Dominion Election I Act. Question on Reglttratlon The following questions will have to ie answered by all (hoie who register. The replies have to be given on oath. 1. What. Is your surname? 2. What is your full Christian name or names? t-' 3. Where Is your ordinary pliee of residence and what ts your post office address? >v; i 4. What is your occupation? 6. Do yon now :rt side in -polling division No. (as the case may be) of electoral district of ..for which you now apply to be registered? 6. Are you ot the full age c( twenty. 7. .Are you a British subject? 8. Are you wich by .birth or by nat- ural teation 2 Slate which. 9. If by and how were you 10. (If the reply to. question 9 Is that the applicant was not born a Brit- ish subject and has not. been person- ally-naturallied but natural- ized by reason or'in cohsMuence' of marriage or the change or the naturalization .of jariy other person or in some other similar (a) Have you a a judge entitling you-lo'be registered as a voter? Of the answer 18 (a) Is ho, and the registrar is-satisfied wllh the answers so far (h) Wer.e you born on the contin- ent of North America? 11., Have ypir ordinarily resided In Canada for twelve: mpnUis: cr moro immediately or names? 3. Where Is his ordinary place of residence and what Is his post office address? 4. What Is 6. Does he .now reside In polling division No. (as the case may he) of the electoral district of. lor which he through you, applies to be reglitered? 6. What is your Christian name, ordinary place residence and pott offlee address? 7.'-- Are you related to the applicant and If you are whatMs the relatlon- Ebip or Is he In vour employ? 8. How long and how wtll have you known him? 9. Is he of tke full age of twenty- one years? 10. re he a British subject? 31. Is he- snch by birth or by nat urallzatlon? State which and if by naturalization state when and how was be naturalized. 12. (If the reply to question 11 is that the person for whom the appltca tion.ia made was not bom a British subject and has not been naturalized hut has been naturalize! by reason or In consequence of mar rUge or the change of allegiance o naturalization of any other person o !n some other similar (a) Has he a certificate from a Judge -entitling him to be registere as a voter? (If the answer is no, and tho regis- trar is satisfied with the answers s far (b) Was he- horn on the cbuliaen o'l North America? 13. Has-he ordinarily-resided i Canada for twelve months or mof mmediately preceding the day.of...............last? (Her mention the date of His Majesty irdclamation directing tho taking o :he vole. 14. Has he reBUed in, this elector; district tor two months or more Im mediately preceding the date jus 15.. Is he In any respect disqual fied to vote at the, pending electlo for this electoral district? 16, Is he now registered as a TOtc in any other polling division in th :DON'T FORGET Tho only place. yoa can ahqes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hutton Perkini 418A Fifth-Street South i Phone 693 3 'doors S. of Colonial Theatre Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take Advice, the Yale tn .FIFTH STREET -SOUTH ay of cntlon the -last? (Here ......_________ of His Majesty's 'reclamation Sirecting the taking ot 10 Vote.) 13: Hare'TQH resided in: this elcc; ral district forMwo months or more mmediately. precedlngVthe'date lust entiohed? Are you in any ed to vote at tie pending election r this electoralidjalrlct? 14. Are you now registered as oter in any other in this electoral Application For: Atwuntees In the case of applicant on'behalf ot bsentee questions will have to.be oath- i: What is the' surname of the per- in for whom you Upply thai he he igistcred? i The Rhyming Optimist Aline Miihaells.) I ascd to boost the (oiks back homo Ith all my yta Bui spuuk; In sound- u phrase I used to praise the people Pedant Whenever 1 would hear a an laud some chap ot renown, I'd ay: "Dear me, xou ought to see the oiks In my-home And then d launch a wordy hymn and praise hem to the sKies; those folks I knew, o etaunch and true, so godly and EC Kite. I'd tell ot all their kindly acts, all their genlla words. Ere i got hrough you bet lie knew those chaps iacti home wera birds! B-it that was vpears .and'years ago I voiced thi: of bunk and' thought It great just 0 relate the wonders ot Podunk. I not been krouijd so much; I was 1 greeiE young tyke; how could mow each place I'd go I'd find folks much alike? In every town a friendly smile, hi each a helping hand; thiugh should roam from here to Nome here's love In every land. 5 meei he same good, gracious hearts wher ever i'may hunk, like those I kiiew when life was new, back yonder In Podunk. And, friend, it [3 a splendid :hlng, a mighty lucky strike for you ilia me to. learn to sec that folks are much nllke: To know, however good :hey were, those kindly hearts back aom0s.-lb.aj down each street moro kind hearts' teat; no matter where we roam. :J For, doubtless, if my lot ivero cast tajsome spot for a-i-ay, I'd find :rtie friends to make amends for those Hove today, Nor .do I love the home Fglks less i since-II have learned this lore; that cpuldvnot.be, only see 1 love the-'whole world more! MOUNTED POLICE CHANGES Supt. Belcher, formerly with the Mounted Tollce at Pincher Creek and points In the Crow's Nest Pass, has bean traiisferr- ed from Montreal to Ottawa, whore he succeeds Brig.-Gen. Orinond as superintendent of the division with headquarters there. Supt. Duffus, of Drandon, has been transferred to tho Toron- to division, R.C.M.P. He was formerly inspector at Calgary. ff v UNITED SERVICES of Rev. 0. B. Cragg in Calgary, it has been. continue the- united and churches for the month of. September, .morning service at and service at Wesley. H :j hoped that Mr, .Cragg to re- LEliM sume" his work JIT October. o c- GODS To Calgarj' as Manager of Branch M. Mc- Leod.is Successor W. D. King, manager of the Leth bridge branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia, is leaving tho city after six years here. Mr. King has been transferred to Calgary whero ho will be manager of the west end branch. His successor in Lelhbridge will-he Mr. B. M. McLeod, who conies hero from Guelph, Ont., and who was form- erly manager of the bank's Edmonton branch. Mr. McLeod Is already In the city and the transfer Is being this week. I Mr. King will not leave the city for I a few days yet, ho.stated this morn-j Ing. While a resident of Lethbridge, i Manager King has taken an active j part in the affairs of the community. Besides being" secretary of tho Lcth-' bridge Motor Club, an official of, the District Motor League, Mr. King has been an active member ot the; Board of Trade, and has held several j important chairmanships during the past three or four years. W. D. KINO Who has been the West End, Calgary, .branch- of tho Bank of Nova Scotia, as manager there. Provincial Current Government Aids Financing Bylaw Obstacles Overcome and Vote May Be Taken About the End The Alberta'government has got behind .the LethbrldgV Northern Irrigation project In a more-sub- stantial nianher. now, It would ap- pear. Major Muckleston, chief en- gineer of. the district, returned this rriorhlrig from an interview with '.the, provincial government and reported that financial ar- rangements had been rriatfe so the district can carry on. No particulars, concerning the arrangemeht'werB announced, but It-Is'thought a clear road Is now facing Sesretary Dunning'- yestirday cleared up; a rough'spot when he visited a cou- pie" of farmers in, the Macleod district who had sent In petitions to the court, of revision, that would have held back the byjaw twenty-three days; The farmers withdrew their petitions; The only thing delaying the dlor trict now sending back of the bylaw to Toronto for O.K. It is considered the election will tc held about the end of this month. ole'ctoral district? 16. Is he now.-registered as a vole in ady other polling division in th electoral district? 17. is the reason why th applicant does.not me in person? Is he SiEahted or absent? It disabled whal'is his ahscht dp'Vpu island that he w'as'ahd will be unable io at- tend here before met. FLOUR DROPS IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Sept. reduction of on all grades of flour was an- nounced here today, making fancy patent flour 13.70 and. bakers' patent J12.95 a barrel. There will he no re- duction In the price of bread. Th9 wholesale price of flour in Lethbridge today is J12.90. We are also prepared to take your old piano or organ i> part u- ranged to suit. Come In and or write beauti- fully Illustrated catalogue. WE ARE PREPARED To gi70 you tho beat valae for Ifour money wherijthe question of .too nurchase of a Planf is 'concerned. f v Our prtcea are with- In reason, our in- strumentt ara aec-. ant to none, our terms are arranged ta the chaser. WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED HULL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Orchestral Concert HENDERSON PARK SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 3 TO 4 J PROGRAM March...............On the Quartor Deck................Alford Overturo.................. Roaalnl WfJtze ........I....... HjarOi'ftlcr................ (Hi rig 11 Selection Bonnie, Scotland.............. Lander Entroacls............ Musics.. ProlblU............ Caslaldon Suito Indian Lore Lyrics A. W, Finder ftay Thunderbolt.............., Whltehousc Trtyatore Verdi Pox Trot Lncilla Wadsworlh March Through Kight to Light Lauklea QOD SAVE THE KINO 3ERE3FORO SILVER COLLECTION 1 Ton Truck 2 Ton 60TH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION '-APPLY-r 11th STREET SOUTH e ram is noted for its Purity, Flavor and High Food Value. 'It is manufactured entirely from, dairy products, sugar and flavors. It is pas- teurized, and carefully making it a safe food. BE SURE TO ORDER CRYSTAL ICE CREAM We will make any flavor you desire. CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE'l576 KERR'S UST OF HIGH QUALITY GROCEraESFORTHEHOUp REMEMBER, -YOU GET THE FINEST GRADES HERE Oranges...........65c, 75c, 85b Bananas, 2 Ibs for........'.35b Canteloupe ........VlJyic, Plums, blue, basket .......30c Celery, 2 Ibs..............25c Vegetable Marrow, Ib ......5c Pumpkfn, Ib Italian Prunes, case Peach Plums, basket Pears, Bartlctts, ..basket .75c 'Grapes, per ..3uc field Cucumbers, 3-for ,........25c Pickling Onions, 'lb Ontario GREEN GAGES, large Chief Mountain Creamery Company Products actual cut pf Chief Mountain printed) This butter will you. Fresh churned eich day from (elected cream. Ask your grocer, h; will recommend It, Briinrl fresh. milk. Rich In butterful and fine In flavor, try It once and an con- vinced. you tried our Cream? It Is pure, separated c-c.-im, right from the form, anil tfcea float In fat globules on you? or codec. Table cream contains 20% fat; whipping 1829 arTd Our Drivers Will Call, Prices on milk to Sept. 1st, !6c per quart; 8c fit pint; Cream, 15e 14-plnt for table; zoc for whipping. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. Phone 1929 Comb Honsy, "Kern's new sea- ion's only a very limited quantity this year, per comb Olive Oil, "La finest French oil in glass 47, 90, 1.65 .Dainty Lunch Mayonnaise made from fresh cream, older vine- i gar, sugar, butler, salt and Kerbs' mustard, bot..35o California Red Pimentos, per tin ..............V.......25C Llbby's Vienna style Sausage; tins arid 45o Sardines, finest Norwegian; packed In pure olive oil; 2 tins for :.................45c Nabob De Lux Tea, regular 85c, on sale this week, Ib Coffee, Our Ideal blend, excfi- lent flavor, bean, ground or pul- verized, 3 Ibs for Birds' Egg Substitute, tln.-.20c Red Cross In tins. Chaw Chow ...................45c Sour mixed, tin Sweet mlxecf, per tin .....50c Cccoanut, unsweetened, long' shred, per tin.......v...45c Salted Plataschlo Nuts, oz..10c Budded Walnuts, Ib. Libby's Sweet Potatoes in tins, each........ ...23c and 37c Mince Meat, per pkg .......18c RHUBARB, special, 4 Ibs. for .25c Scotch Kippered Herrings and Herrings In Tomats, Sauce; per tin ..........-i..'..'.. .25c, Whole Spices for pickling, ar- row, seed, whole chillies, whole black pepper, stick cinnamon, mustard seed, ery eeed, 2 pkgs for .....256 Sealers, Gems, Perfect Seal, Kerf's wide mo'u.th ordin- ary self sealing it tho lowest market'.prke, We carry a completci line of glass, topsi metal (ops, celfy staling lids apdQem rings: order your .requirements now while our etock.It complete. New Lib- by's tiny white, tln..65c Qreen, per, tin ,.L-........65c Palm Olfve 8osp, 16 cuket Scotch Dolled Barley, pkrj ,15c Mazola Salad Oil, tin_65c, Toilet Paper, hew price our price 3 for Toilet Soap, 6 cakes for ...25c Jiffy-Jell, assorted flavors, Jelly Powders, assorte'd flavors, 3 for1' Ely-Way Glycerine Washing- Tablets, rcg. 25c; on sale 20c v... ._i. ,40c.: Ksllltr's Dundee, 4 Ib Tillson's fine cut Scotch Oit- nteal, rper pkg Barley Sugary Beef Steak 'Sauco ,35c Vsn Camp's pep bottle, ThU Store will be Closed Monday, Sept 6th' LABOR DAY PMtrton't Camp Coffee, large Dunlop Fly Swatters, 2 for..25c Maplo" Sugar, per 30s and 60c Krumblei, 2 pkg) 25c Baklna Powilcr, Royal Shield; old price per (In ,.25c Baking Powder, Forest City, eld pries fit Ever-Ready Oustlesa Clothes Line1 Reel, each Cottori Clothes Lines, each..30c Wire Clotfiss Lines, each...55c Spanish Cluster Raisins In tins, each Phone or leave your order early and ,thua avoid a postible disappointment. Last delivery leaves at 5 p.m. GEO. KERR CCX FAMILY HIGH-CLASS QROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS SERVICE AND GUARANTEED'..i'.