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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TOE HEKAUVS PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, PAGE SEVEN Must Register in Order to Have Vote On the Prohibition Referendum Oct. 25 The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mtehaelfe.) Regisf ration Offices Open Every Day Next City is Divided The registration offices for the com- log referendum on the Importation of ti to Z c.r liq'-or. In connection with the South to the cet Temperance Act, will'be open in tho Lethbridge City: Comprising Jhat! Oh, a cyclone may visit your clly portion of the City of hol> 'most everything within the following boundaries i there; It may smash up ten blocks Commencing at the'intersection oflani! wreck houses in nocks, till the the centre lines of Fifth Avenue People go tearing their hair. Bui, as South and Fifth. Street Sou'th, thence chunks of dark desolations Southerly along the centre -line about to descend oa tbe place, say, who is it comes here with an ______ ______ open ______ city and elsewhere In the district on Monday morning tbe 13th at 9 a.m. and remaining open to next Saturday night. It is very Important to remem- ber .that only who, are on the voting' list, 'which, IE 'oelng com'pileil by the means of the registering of ere, in urban areas will be to vole. The necessity for registration in order lo be able to vote is therefore obvious. Although the privilege of sworn In will, iu special cir- itre line ce East- erly along the centra HUB of -Ninth Avenue South to the centre of Twenty- first Street South, thence Northerly along the centre line of Twenty-first Street South to the centre line of Filth Avenuo South, thence Webterly along tho centre line o! Fifth Avenue South to the of cpnimencenient. Polling place, Central School, on October 2Sth. Polling Division No. 86 (Urban) LethbridQe City: Comprising that air of good cheer and a smile spread all over his face? "Why, you'd ort to bin here back in 'eighty; that there atorm- shore did show us freaks. This ain't nothing a-tall side uv that. I recall" the oldest inhabitant "11'0' thejCityo! Lethbridgo cumslances. be allowed In IhVrural in tfe following Jjouadarles: districts it will in no case be'allowed iienc'Ing at-the -.Intersection of the Com In the urban nreas. centre lines of Fifth Street South and will city i to 8S Inclusive. Voters' in the respec- tive division must register at the of- fices which cover .the respective'poll- ing divisions. The registration office for polls 82 and S3 are situated In the United church. North Lelhbridge, and the remainder in the Sinnott Block. Pollhio Division No. 82 (Urban) Leihbridge City: Comprising that portion or ihe City., of LcthbrWse within tli.s boundaries: All of Section 6, in Township 9, Range 21, west of the Fourth South, thence the cen- tre lino of Fifth'Avcnue South to the centre line of Twenty-first Street South; thence Northerly along the centre lino ot Twenty-first Street South; theaco Northerly, along the centre line of Twenty-first Street South and said centre lino produced to the centre line of the Canadian Railway Company's Line, Pacific Railway Company's main line, of the Canadian Pacific Railway to Its Intersection willi the centre line of Seventh Street Soutli produced, theoce southerly along the centre liuo of Seventh South lo the centre rCoith of )he of Sixth Av- enue Xnri.li and centre iine pro- duce-) all-of Section'1, in I of-Third Avenue South, thence 0. liiicjc !12, VVcsl itf the I Westerly along the centre line Koiirih lying'North ol Avenue South to the point ccuirn Sixtb Areime .Vorth commencement. Polling place, Lab- all Tor." 1 the Dolly Hirer: Ua'.f of Section 7, 'I 2i. West of the all of (lie South 12, Towiifiliip 0. or Temple, on October 25th. Polling Division No. 87 (Urban) Lethbridge City: Comprising that portion of the City of 'Lethbriuse within tho following boundaries: Kust ef the Belly riv-) Commencing at the Intersection.of the r. place. Miners' Hall Pc'lln Di-yision No. S3 .ftirttMcs 'City: Corajirisinr that I'M City of I.olhbriiige ly- tlie bouiidaries: ?f Sixth Avenue North on [centre lines Third Avenue' South and Fifth Street South, thence Southerly the centre line of Fifth Street South to the centre line speaks. Or, it may be the heat of tea summer; .the, thermometer climbs, day by day, till you feel 'twould be grand on some far Arctic strand to be changed to aVbuman; frappe. Arid when you decide you are finished, autl know yoa are-'certaln to melt, some old chap toddles in with a large, frleudly. grin: "This ain't summer to what I have Then he tells you the harrowing story of the time when it really was hot, back about '51, whea folks fried ln: tbe sun and left only a sizzling grease-spot. When the old- est, inhabitant enters a group that Is talking of crops, of the cold or the heat, of rain, famine or sleet, com- petition Just naturally stops; For liis stories can lay It all over the tales that the others prepare, aud they dare not dispute, contradict or refute, for none of those others were there. Oh, I hope that if fate treats me kindly and I linger for long in' this vale, some far day I may know all the raptures that go with the oldest inhabitant's tale! BLOODHOUND FOR R.C.M.P. SUPERINTENDENT Through Superintendent Peime- father, of the R. C. M. P., acquiring a thoroughbred bitch bloodhound, po- lice facilities of Lethbrldgo are great- ly increased. This bloodhound is the personal property of Superintendent Pennefather, but he will make' good of it whenever such, an animal Is needed. The animal reached Lethbridge yes- terday.-morning from Nova Scotia. Eight Hundred lights to Shed Rays at Carnival No cipcnse Is being'spared by the Ilotarv Club and tho Coaldale men In preparing the pavilion at toe exhibi- grounds for tho dances during the fair and carnival on September 22 and 23. The dancing Boor will be en- larged by one-third and more than eight hundred lights will be'put in. The entire building is being re-wired for the occasion. It Is expected to have the floor greatly improved. It will he scraped with haled hay and commeal and other substances generally used for this purpose. Following this opera- tion It will be waxed. The booths be- fore the mala entrance and the por- tion of the floor now used for dancing will be removed and iu three corners of the new space will be placed re- freshment booths. Preparations for this fair give an- other splendid example of what Ro- tary means in Canada. Rotary clubs in Edmonton, Calgary, Medicine Hat and Moose-Jaw are'cooperatlng'wiUi the Lethbridgo club to make the local stunt a success." Decorations from the Rotary clubs of the cities mentioned are being sent to Lethbridge for tho carnival and building at the grounds will be a pretty sight. Bunt- ing and Rotary wheels will likely form a large portion of the decorations. Advertising for the fair Is being spread through the south country as rapidly as'tho bills can be got out. Arthur Baalim was down the Cards- Lon lino this'weet and left some biiis behind him. The city is being placard- ed to a certain' extent and more bills will lie posted within the next few days. Another feature of the opening that is being arranged for is a band to accompany the parade and play at the grounds. of Nintli Avenue South, thence West- Superintendent Peiinefather says It is erly alons the'centre "line 'of Ninth a splendid beast and lie is Quito proud. Avenue South and Ninth Avenue line of tlienco the c.j-.tr; of Sixth and South produced, to the Bolly River, Thirteenth! thence Northerly along'the Belly Rlv- of tho centre outh produced, line produced to the thence Easterly along the producer! Bellv HiftiK'3 Southerly along! centre line of Third Avenue South the Esi'y River to the Mnrtcml Itonl. I and the- centre line of Third Avenue westerly nlongjer to the intersection of Avenue North line of Third Avenue sout Kastirly along the iroin the Macleod I South to the point of commencement. Macleofl" Roar! JSivtsrly to the centre line of Sovran street South yrndiu'ed. thence southerly; along centre" line nf Street Soiicl: produced to the main lino of Canadian PacUic Railway, thc'ico Easterly along the C. P. R. rizht rf w.iv to tho Easterly boun- dary n! Section 4. Township 9, Range 21, Weft of the Fourth Meridian, thiwo .Vnrtli along (he said boundary to the .'.i.crtlc-.st of Section 4, thfnrfi r.'cster'y aloiig the Northern of Sections 4 and 5" to the lire of Thirteenth Street North, thence r.long the centre line of Sircft N'orth to the point of_ Polling Weri'u-lvM'jr School, on election day, OiMoher SoltL Pcljin.i Division No. 84 (Urban) City: Comprising that poni.-.n .if (he Cily of Lethbridge ly- fiiB Kou'li cf Xinlli Avenue South, 1'ast uf Twanty-I'irst Street South and South of th': Canadian Pacific Kail- wny Traci nut! within tho following] boundaries described na follows: C.'ominGnrinir Intersection of the C'. P. U. Railway Hue easter- ly boundary of Section 4, Township 9, Ksnse 11. v.-ost of the Fourth Merid- ian, thence Westerly along the Can- Julian I's-jific. Railway track to'the neatrr Hue Twenty-first Street iliencfi southerly along tho cen- tvi: of T-wcnty-flrst Street south to the oonlre line of Ninth Avenue South, tltenco westerly along the cen- tre line of Ninth Avenue South and fls production to" "tie Belly River, thence up stream" to its junction with the St. Mary's River, then up stream along the St. Marys River to the Nor- them boundary of the. Seventh Town- .Bhlp, thence Easterly along the said boundary to the Eastern boundary of Section 4, Township S, Range 21, West of the Fourth Meridian, thence Northerly along tho Eastern boundary of flections 4, 21, 28, 33, In Town- ship S, Range 21, of the Fourth Meridian anti1 the Eastern: Boundary of Section 4, Township 9, Range 21, West of the Fourth-Meridian to the point of coramcncemcfit. Polling place, B'leetwood School, on'October 26th. ;i.-- ..Polling Division. No, 85 I'olllng place, Courtlan'd Street School, ou October 25th. Polling Division No. Lt'yibridge' City: that portion o( the City of Lethbridge within the following boundaries: Com- mencing at.the Intersection "of the centre lines of Third Aveniia South and Seventh Street South, thence Nor- therly .along the centre line of Seventh Street South, "and Seventh Street Soutli produced to a'point'east of the Macleoil Road, thence Westerly to the Jiacleod Road, thence Westerly along the Macleod Road to the Belly River, thence .Southerly.alopg-the Belly Riv- er to tho Intersection with the centre lino of Third Avenuu South produced, thence Easterly along said centre line 'of-Avenue and Avenue: to the point.'of commencement... Polling place. No. 1 Fire on October 25th. Went for Joy Ride Sieving ipotor cars, with the oV jcct ot tahing Joy rides or of prolotn- ing them aHogether, which was ones in evidence in the city, looks as it is going to be revived. Tho car ot Dr. Leach wns deliberately run off with on Thursday night while It was outsldo the Sherlock Block, and nc traco ot it hr.s yet been discovered.. Parlies have spoken of seeing the carj a Nash roadster, in tho city on the' night it was stolen, with a numher of occupants looking as It they were taking a joy ride! A New York chargefl with stealing a watch from his employer, was fountl lo have a hank account of and. 50 suUs of clothes. A LARK, SALI Efi 'FATHER'S BASHED'' YER MOTHER'S 'HAD INI" cried the young cockney boy to the girl dancEng to a hand- organ in streets of Lon- don's tenement district. Thus did.tragedy come early into the life of Sally Snape, ing her alone In the world to work out her salvation and happiness as best could, with only her innate sense of'- the right thing- This (s the beginning Jof "The" Heart of a the latest and est of NazTmova productions, coming to the Colonial next Wednesday and Thursday. MUCH INTEREST IN LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN Interest ID the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District Is continental wide, as letters received by Secretary Dun- ning show. During the past few he has received communica- toins from many states ot tlie UnlteJ States about the district. From New Vort, Texas, Colorado, Missouri and Oregon Inquiries have been revived. They are all from farm- er? with families, who want to know when water will be on tie land In the district and wliat the price of prop- erty will be. From Texas the letter stated the farmer has a family ot seven sons. Patriotic' French parents whose minds hare been" considerably exer- cised by tie question whether their children shonld the German language are by M. Raymond Pofncairc, ex-president of the repub- lic, that they should certainly learn that tongue. Mr. Lund Protests Against Damage By Stray Animak Kditor The Herald. recall with considerable) comfort, an article apixaring iu the Herald some lime ago dealing with stray animals mailing at largo within tho city limits. Thl3 has not only become a nuisance but Is ilositlvely an outrage upon the citizens of Leth' bridge, nioro especially as no atten- tion seems to ba paid lo people re- porting stray animals and their degra- dations, made upon both public and private property. Xo citizen err occu- pant within tho city afford to spend money and tfnie In beautifying his homo or premises TYhlfc we havo this deplorable condition to contend wim. Tho city authorities should no longer look upon the property with- in the limits of the city as an open cattle and liorse range. Thousands of dollars worth of damage is done an- nually to the trees, boulevards, lawns and a it is time the people speak up In the matter. P. LTJND. New Freight Rates Affect Stores in ft( Country Places More Than the City Not only the public but the whole- sale firms will he much ciisaopolnteu over the finding Of tho JtallwaV Com- mission with regard to the raisins of rates, is the opinion of Mr. Fred of the wholesale firm of Camp? bell, Wilson and Home, Ltd., In the' city. That it must raise the, price.ot commodities, he said, there cannot be a doubi, and the increase is made more esasperating'fa that the public was looking tor a decrease in prices. Mr. Home estimates that the in- crease of 35 per cent, on goods com- ing in carload lota from eastern' points will mean about 97. cents per 100 pounds on goods delivered iu .-Iu addition-to this'tliere: will' be the 35 per cent, in respect to goods re-shipped ty country Joints from tho city. On first "class freight the Increase will be on a !00 pounds, making the freight nearly or as against the old rale of Jilr. Home, however, was not-Inclined to be too pessimistic over the effect the hoist in-railway rates will have on prices. He pointed out that the in- crease as'it affects fifth class freight will omount'io'about 53 cents In tlio 100 pounds, this will mean, for in- POST OFFICE HOURS General delivery, stamp and regis- tration wickets arc open daily, ex- cept Sunday, from a. m. to p. ui. Montfy order, savings uank and box rent wicket is, open daily except Sat- urday and Sunday, from a. m. to p. in., and on Saturdav from a. in. to p. in. In Prance the oxen .that wort; In the fields are regularly sung to as mi j encouragement to exertion, ami iioj peasant has the slightest doubt hut that the animals listen to him with pleasure. DON'T FORGET .The only place wliero you can got your shoes repalred'iy prac- tical shoemakers Is at Huttori Perkins Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. pf.Colonial Theatre Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice. The Yale 612 FIFTH STREET SOUTH FOR SALES 1 Ton 2 Ton BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APPLY MBRIDGEMOTORSLTD. 11th STREET SOUTH JUST ARRIVED! THE 20TH CENTURY In our judgment is the only complete and efficient Bagholder in the world. To introduce, the first ten sold mil be ONLY EACH Regular each L A. SHARMAN CO. Phone 1173 1233-1235 Second Avenue South UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. HAVE YOU TRIED S Thorough If not, we only ask you to do so. Even if we do say It our- IT'S DELICIOUS 606 Third Avenue South stance, from ouS and a tiuarter cent to a cent and half on canned to- matoes. The raise !n freistt rates in the matter of re-shipping will affect tha country stores In a greater than those In the city. New Rates May f Put Cattlemen Out of Business win vrove to ue tnai last tuac. will cause some to withdraw from it and will deter others from going into the .The name Chief Mouii-- tain was chosen foL- this company 'it stands 'for everything that is pure arid imadul-. terated. T'. Chief Mountain Creamery r Products Stand for .the same thing that manufac'tures these: products stands back of their products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIOGE, PHONE 1929 DELICACIES FROM THE DAIRY v tissues with' all tho nutritive elemonta bodyrrequires and cool and enjojrahlo tor summef cornfort: put an eitra tax on your digestive organs br eatlnfbofly meals aad ofher heavy foods. We'll supply your dally noedt it ywu ny Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 DISTRICT FAnUROTARY CARNIVAL Dancing Afternoon and Evening Parade at 1 p.m. Admission 50c Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 22-23 at the EXHIBITION GROUNDS, LETHBRIDGE For Prize List Apply to .the Secretary Coaldale Commercial Club Public, High School Students 25c Boys and Baseball Tournament Rotary Carnival Both Afternoons Under 12 Years Free ;