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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THri LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETBBRIDOE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN METEROLOGICAL DATA FOR MONTH OF AUGUST, 1920 As Recorded at Experimental Station, Alberta. 'Some the. Athletic Events J Were Keenly Crowd Well Entertained Tn grand style young "feud old, celebrated Labor Pay at the exhibition Krounds-and mado tie field br-'Uia Trades and Lubor Council- aaii the G. A.; all that could be desired. The events -were t'll patronized and some of the races wore well worth the admittance to see. Dr. M. Dunswc-rlh, of Edmonton on tho Job and made some keen rivalry for several "of .-the running and MONDAY'S FIELD DAY RESULTS (Labor Day Celebration.) -7- Eroad Jump, 1. H. Mcllvena. Hundred yards, 1, A. Wes- il. Dunsworth; 3. P.. Bottom. High jump, 1. A.- .Wesley; 2. Hill; 3. W.. A liken. Year 1909......... 3910......... 1011......... 1912...... 1913 1315......... 1010 1917 101S 1920.....> Average 12 yrs.' Mai. Tern. 91.0 91. 'SO.O SS.5 93.0 97.0 92.5 S4.0 .'89.0 93.0' SS.O 92.5 91.17 Mill. Teru. 2S.O ao.o- 29.5 34.0 35.0 35.5 45.0 35.0 35.0 -.1.3.5 38.0 36.5 34.79 Mai.; Mean 81.50 70.4U 74.4H 7S.42 S1.04" 73.30-. 715.60 16.70 79.55 79.36 76.87 Min..' Mean 42.90 45.49 4S.42 46.SO 15.10 4S.40 -50.00 48.84 4C.95 62.20 57.SO 57.93 60.61 "54.21 62.0S 00.33 00.00 62.50 64.74 64.10 6U2 Indies 107 3.63 1.41 1.93 .96 297 200 1.23 1.05 .30 1.69 Hours of Sunalilus 2S1'.4 240.1 321.2 295.0 333.S 306.4. 321.3 311.7 301.1 329.4 303.5 220-yards, M. Dunsworlh; 2, H. McHvena; 3, A.. Wesley. opeu-ri. M. 'Dunsworth; i- V. 3. P. Bottom. ivl 3C1 rldl -LM .'lllu (IUU 1. 11, iMUl IV O. I. ing Croats. Art. Wesley defeated! A. Wesley; him In llie bna h'uudrcd yard open' da Eh. after two tries and Dr. Duns- got the 220 and -140 without thuch: difficulty. Art. Wesley, Hugh and Art Mcllrena.all figured In the muaey in several events. Wesley ob- tained first In'tho high Jump. Hill and Billy Aitken taking the second third places resocctive'ly. and 3. M. Dunsworth. Baby Harold "Merrick. 50 yards, Annie Yomo'slck; 2'. Elsie 'Clayton; 3. Kate Pefras..-. Horseback wresliiiiB Constables Forsland, Henderson, Henley and Hart. 50 yards, boys under Jim Barrio; 2. Desmond; 3. Gillesple. A good crowd turned out during the artornoon.v' The weather favored thej Pony Rose; 2, J. Hutton. events! not being too warm, for iQO yards, boys under G. but judging, trom the c turned'out-in ihe mornin contestants and being quite a change frum the inornlrig. Menduy was a Ml day In Lcth- brldgc. nlany people went shooting crowd which g to see the football same between the C. P. R. Calgary tenni and the picked team tho local league, a good many citizens decided to stay in town. Hen- derson .Park was well patronized (lur- ing thn afternoon Hand at night both the dances tirow .well. The program offered the public at tliy exhibition grounds was large anil embraced sufficient variety to make It Interesting from start to finish. It necessary to double up. to get through it. but.nevertheless the crowd WHS able to witness all the events. The part taken by the R. C. M. P. men well liked. They staged tilt- ing at the ring and tent pegging with sword and lance and horse Back wrest- ling. Each event was loudly applaud and when Corporal Smith had his khomdcr Injured in the wrestling it quietly that very few peo- ple knew what had occurred. The ac- cident liippened just at the conclusion of Fbhrclowns, operating on the stage In front of the grand stand kept things lively all.- the time. .Two others con- their anHcs to. the grand nd'through.the. combined, efr ail children and even the .grownups were given many laughs. '.The must.not be forgot-'- ten; the result of which will be found, with.cither results, in tho sorting sec- tion, of -this paper. A long Hue of mothcrs.ivlth their children were lined >iip on the platform in front of the 'grajid the" judges started .work.- It took them a long time 'to plcfc their winner. Tho half-mile lelay race caused considerable: Interest. Three teams were e'nterel-and the event was won by a team from .Superintendent.C. MacKintosh's office. 'The learn was composed of Jackson, Beard and 'Craigen. iVaddiugton; 2. Kennetii Crazier; C. Neidig. 50 yards, girls under Jono- Edna Scott. Halfmilo bicycle L. Hill; 2. IJ. Kergan; 3. N. Desmond. H.-Gorrll, W. Tns K. R; McliityreV P. :S. Lauetry J. Morion and W. !Hope. 50 yards, Mrs J. Seaman.- Tent pegging with Const Hullle. Egg and'Spoon race.-.under Katie Petrasi.3. Annie Yprko. Hop, step and b. Duns worth; A. Wesley; 3. A. Mcllvena Fat men's -W.: B. Gorrill 3: C. W. Thread ant Mrs. J. A; F. Gre'en.'- Tent pegging with 'Corp Smith. lively all. I fined mostf stand'and" forts of -ail Little Son of ,ocal S. O..E. Offlcial is Chosen Grand Vicc-President for Alberta Tips About The Greatest; Fair of The Whole Year F. T. Hoblns. past grand president, anil G. W. Parsons, president of the ot-al lodge of the Sons of England, re- urned today from Edmonton where hey attended the seventh-annual of the Grand Lodge of Al- berta. successful session was held, attended' by delegates from all over lie iJrovince. '_ secured the 1921 con- vention, and G. W. Parsons was elect- ed to the position of grand vice-presi- dent. The following are the grand officers for the1 ensuing year: Past-Grand H. Court- nell, Redclilfc. _ 'Grand P.'Gregory, Ed- monton. Grand W. Par- loCthbriuge. Grand B. Galet Cal- gary. Grand C. Cable, Strathcooa. Grand Burgess, Strath, con a, and H. E. 'Howard, Calgary. Drowned Got Beyond His Dapth While Shuts Infractions .of... The Liquor Law Rig a Crowd as For Ev- ening tertainment Enjoyed Falling In witli the pinna ot the city tommissioncrs in making HenderfiOn Lake nnd Park a popular placo for Lethbridgitos, young and old. the Phil- harmonic Society has continued the iconcerts there anil Sunday afternoon they made n departure, playing (lur- ing the'late afternoon. The crowd that'Journeyed to the grounds was hot as large ng that which attended .the evening sessions recently. The afternoon was'hot and ng -yet there is very little shade it was some- jwliat of a trlnl. However, many au tomobiles. lined the two roads at this point and while the band was playing canoes nrid row boats'were all In use on tho lake nnd tho 'occupants stayed mostly within hearing distance ot tho >rnisic. A good reception was given to tho flayers after each Tho practically nil ami the different Snstrfimcnts were easily picked out. Tho, program consisted of. splendid jiiftofis, music commencing at 3 o'clock uud terminaliiig at 1.3d, Tho Philharmonic Society. In giv- Jng these concsrts is not endeavoring to" make B pile ot money for Itself but )rlC3, through tho collections taken to tfty for tho music used at tho con- All the plnyerg are public Spirited citizens of Letiibrldce, giv- ing their time and talents free su fheir fellow citizens may have an op< Jjorturilty to hear somo. good music, particularly at a lime when tho cily is at a standstill. Pond A sad. drowning fatality occurred at Caithness; four.nules west ot Elko, when Earl Patrick Maloney aged fl years and eight mdrilhti; son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bernard (Jake) Maloney, formerly of this city, -WJ13 drowned while In swimming in the.pond. of the lumber company Ihcro. Earl, along with his brother and a number of other .boys' of the same ago were in the habit-' of going in swimming below the .dam, where the watur was-shallow, but on Saturday morning were playing In the water around the edge'of the pond and Earl got beyond his'depth.' Although tho water is only.three.refit at the place where the body was found there wore no older persons present at the time and though the body was recovered less than, half oh hour tho time iie left home, Jlfe was extinct. Tlie.bocly was brought to Lethbridge to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Drysdale, 802 7th St. south, and the. fnneral, topic on Monday 'morning at nind o'clock to St. Patrick's church and thenco to the Konian Catholic cemetery where' interment look place, Iho Rev. Fatuer McCaffrey performing the service, and-the fun- eral being In charge Felterly. Mr. and Mrs. 'Maloney are well known In thn clyt, Mr. Matoney ing worked on the C. P. R. for several years here, and they have the sincere Sympathy ot their many CITY CONSTABLE HAS LEG BROKEN -Going out '.to' investigate a com- plaint a nurse being knocked clown on 7th 'Aye. S. by a boy who was riding a bicycle on the sictewalh, Constable Wnshford ot the city police, while riding his bicycle, met with an Accident, in which, by the twitting of the front wheel, he was thrown over the handle bnr and had hjg leg brok en. The accident occurred on Satur clay evening. NOT SO BAD FOR cou'hrs COUNTRY According to the Sweet Grass Advocate, Harry Darling, living in Aibcrtn about )2 miles east of (here, will (hrcsli out grain this fall arnouiiting to f -f OSTUM doesn't 'lei you doWn coffee tried the change to Postum feel better; and know "There's a Season" Discussing- Iltiuor'-Uw enforce- ment in Chief of .Police. Frankly he, not' like; the "idea" of .using "apot-r, ters" to catch" fiqiior act break- ers, an idea voiced also by Magis- trate .Sanders, but both agreed with the mayor that_ It" is neces- sary to get convictions. Attorney General 'Boyle declared, .many' times that the only iure course to follow was to keep up a con- stant campaign of to convict liquor act again and "to hl.t every head that comes as he .ex- pressed it, until they find the busi- ness doesn't pay. Mr. Boyle.emphasized the point that there were as many .liquor convictions In Alberta last ytfar as in the province of Ontario -with five times tna population of. this He said that had been'obtaining convictions In the .Crow's Nest Pass at the rate of fifteen to twenty at one'time, but that the difficulty th'e de- partment had to everywhere was the reluctance of the ordinary citizen to lend aid to the police in convicting liquor.act vfolators. Ninety-nine citizens put of 100 would help the police catch any other klnci of an.offen- df.r% but when It came to convict- titg _a liquor act lawbreaker, the percentage' was the 'oth'er way around. Ah who want to entries at the Coaldale Fair to be held at Lcthbridge on Sept, 22 and 23, should send at.once for a prem- ium list. The entries tight on so no time can be lost. Other towns or districts with- Ing to enter the district com- petitions must have their entries in "not later than the as space cannot be reserved after that time. Any breeders of 'pure bred stock who exhibit their stock should get In touch with the secretary at once, so that space may be provided. There will, entries made for live stock, noriwili any be givenl This JB simply an op- show the world that live stock Is. ralied in Southern Alberta as grains, roots and hay. No entry fee "will be-charged for any entriesVIn ;the exhibit, either In the district specials or regular exhibits. 1 'On account of the extensive dli- of the' fa 1 r man- agement Insist, that all exhibits be at the Exhibition building on the fair, .Lethbridge, be- fore .noon'on Monday, the 20th of September.- Address at! communications re- garding the fair to Harry A. Sug: gitt, CqaTdale, Alberta. The Rhyming Optimist (By AUne Ml-.haells.) DROP IN BIRTHS; INCREASfe IN DEATHS When' some snys sect inaplrlcg tult they travel Tar away. It near, t isn't fine enough; it never seems julte lip to siiuff it met'Kith every ay. About, the they ot the-stars remote; hey Ulked a solid week'you'd never tear them give a squeak about the Billy-goat. Ot orchids they rave glibly on, thjs nice aesthetic clan; they like o talk about the durn, but they not be counted .oh to name the frying )an. Now; many things '1 dally see that I insist I'd call'of solid benefit to me.' They are pleblan as can nspira'tlonal. For instance, lake the the rose Is far more 'air, but-it's a: miracle indeed to see plant proceed to'Bhoot up in the air. It'does, not ask for fertile ground, nor call for sandy loam; 'most mywhere it can be1 found quite well content to stick around, it always seama at home. "What inspiration find to skin the jlmson Though'some may call it unrefined, it leaves-tie Tiolet tor behind on linos of pep, and push. There is another homely'; thingxwhich I'd point out to Births registered In the month of August in the elty.were 27 as compared to 33_ In..the ssme month last year. There were 20 deaths as against 15 In the cor- responding month of'1919.. Mar- riages totalled 18 as against 16 In tt.e month last year. I-ic you. I-leave to .other to sing the beauties of the lark on wing vrhile I odes to glue. For'glue has certain, qnalltie9. that my soul never think o but while they rare of clonds no" glue sticks rijlit on tbo b. And it were Troll if many a rain rdin It would'take his eut; if we cdnld ive a larger clan to boild their lives and stick like Stick- urn's glue. INTERN BbLSHEVIK REFUGEES IN POLAND WARSAW, Sept. refugees frQm East Prussia to the number of have' arrived at Casselj where they will be In-, terned. DON'T FORGET The only place whore you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A Filth Street South Phone 693 3 doors 3. of Colonial Theatre. OS REV. MR. COBBLEDICK GOING TO CHATHA'Mi Rer. Geo. i H. Cobbledlckj B.D., of Higblands.cliurch, Edmonton, and for four-years pastor of Wesley church here, has accepted an invitation to. St. Methodist church; Chatham, Ont. This will be his second teiTn at St. .Chatham as he.' served the. same church there for a full term'some years ago. A motor collision, with consequenc- es far less wrious than might- have been, took place .oh 3rd' 'Aye. S. on Saturday night, when the big Hudson driven- by "Charles ilansen crashed into the Mclaughlin ol Mrs. Geo; Mac- Leod, carrying it for half a block. The McLaugblin wu at the time parked on 3rd Ave., opposite" the Hec1 Cross. Drug Store, and Its occupants ware: two children, .the 'daughter ol Mr; and ;-Mrs. Macleod, and Doris Xe venx. The escaped without any injury, all that befell -them being the breaking of the glasses worn by Charles McSIahbn, .who was standing by the car. 'thrown into the road -by the impact of the cqlii- Eio'n. The McLaughlin 'car came .out badly in the impact, the right wheel, the gas and aile being smashed. Mr. Hanson atttftiites the accident Ip the fact steering gear of his car tightened and he lost control Mexican Bluffed the Man With Gun At Early Morning Hour of the steering wheel. treated to a hold- up in ihe early hours of Sunday morning, 'when, at about 2.% In Gait Gardens, three harvest hands Pclersoo, Davidson. JinJ Pico, a Mexican, were held up with a guu by Ray Black. and asked "to stam! and deliver." The two Hrst made n bolt of it, but Pico called the as- sailant's bluff by thrusting his hand into his'pocket, seemingly to'draw out a gun. On seeing this Black ped him oil the shoulder saying "You are a friend of mine." On information given to tho. po- lice by the-men who .were held-up, Detective Wallis and Constable Alford, o[ the city police proceeded to the idence of- Prrakie 1'erry, on Fourth' Street, where' they founil their man Wallis seized him wilh both handn while' AJford. searched him, finding a .38 revolver- under his shirt.' Black, who said he came from De- ttoit and had been.some time in Can- ada, though he has never' been na- turalized, appeared before Magistrate Trwin on Tuesday, morning and sentenced to IS days'.hart labor- James jJVIlson, lor years United States ,secretary. of agriculture, is ead., He was 86 yezn old. -Wilson epresentcd Iowa during three terms n -'cdngreM' and was. secretary of gricoHnfiB ,In the cabinets ot Presi- Kbosevelt and Taft. I Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Hh Advice. The Yale E12 FIFTH' STREET SOUTH THAT .WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS -IS MADE FROM ROY AK HOUSEHOLD FLOUR f 'FORr.YOli Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not ha hard on your clothing. When done properlyi pressing and sponging will make your garments wear longer. Why not have your pressing done by the newest pro- 'cess. Our prices arc reasonable. MEN'S OR LADJES' Suit, Dry Cleaned Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75 Work called for and delivered, Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 FOR SALE! 1 Ton Truck 2 Ton Truck BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APPLY LETHBRIBGEIOTORSLTD. 1lth STREET SOUTH Crystal Ice Cream is noted-for its Purity, Flavor and High -Pood Value. It is -manufactured entirely from dairy products, sugar and flavors. It is pas- teurized and' carefully handled, making it a safe food; 'BE SURE TO ORDER CRYSTAL ICE CREAM We will make any flavor you desire. CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES We are also prepared to lake your old piano or organ 05 part payment, balance ar- ranged to suit- Come In and ECC us or write fcr beauti- fully Illustrated catalogue, WE ARE PREPARED To glvo you the best value lor your money when the question of the purchase ot a I'fano Is concerned. Our prices, are with- in reason, our In- sfruments. are sec- ond to none, our terms are arranged to suit the pur- chaser. WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED HULL BLOCK, LETHBRIDOE Chief Mountain Creamery Company Products Old Chief Brand Bytter (Wrapper had actual put Chief Mountain printed) This butter will please you. Fresh chu.rnetf each day from selected cream. Ask your .grocer, he recommend It. Lethbrldge Milk Producdrs'.Brand of. pure, paataurlzed milk. Rich In nutterfat and fine In flavor. Try It once and 'con- vinced, Have you tried our Crtann? It Is pure, separated rljht Ircm the farmland does net float In fat nlobules on your tea coliee. Table cream eontaf.ns 20% fat; whjpplng Phone 1929 and Our Drlyera Will Call. on milk to Sept. 15c per qunrt; Be per pint; Cream, 15c for 'table} 20c [4-plnt for whipping. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY Phone 1929 ;