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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NtWI WHERE YOU EXPECT rr THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1920 ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN HARDlEVlLLE'S WATER PROBLEM; PROPOSED CIVIC AERODROME AND COMING MUNICIPAL CONVENnON AmpiiKst. Matters Dealt With By Commissioners.at Regular Meeting PARK SUPERINTENDENT CONFIRMED IN JOB Ilardlevllle has Its water problem. delegation from the Hnrdlevllle witer tommltteo waited on the com- missioners and pointed out that a cer- tain number ot individuals are obtain- Ing water. Individually and, as a con- Eemience, the present contractor, Mr. W.rlghl, may hnve to go out of busi- ness; which will leave ths residents uf the village without any organiza- tion for obtaining water. Whereat, II this condition comes ahout, the city will havo difficulty In making collec- tions, It was resolved at the meet- ing of the commissioners, beld on Monday morning, that tho commis- sioner of public works be authorized to mako arrangements with the' Har- dleVllle water'commlllee'to supply all Hardleville resldorits with water through the committee, i! such ar- mngcments can' he satisfactorily made.: Nfw Park Superintendent' ;ill. Lalng has-been confirmed in the temporary position he has been hold- ing as superintendent of parks and uoiilevirds during the absence of Mr.' rmtehell. Tills step was decided on ill the fact that-Mr. Mitchell ban replied to the communication of Coat- JiilsslonepMcech dated March 4th, and that lid leave of absence has ex- pired. A request frnm H, W. ing Inspector-, that his present salary of 5157.70-be raised, to :SI7S.20, to meef'the increase of 33 per cent, au- thorized the miners, and to be retro- active to July, was laid on the table. The council agioed to provide a ban- quet at tho meeting of the Alberta Union of Municipalities, to be held. as arranged; on N'ovembnr 0 and 10 in the city, In response lo a com- munication from Mayor Marshall ot Calgary, president of the union. The council at the sumo time that the ilble ot the convention bo changed W 'Me at the end of October as being more wivenient to the city. Customs Aerodro'me A communication ffOni Copt, (lien of the air board as to the placing of a five- -ma- iJie -ojtyrsfaling .that-. It Vould but that it would bo ient periiisasntly, provided the city paid the cost-of erection, estimated at- about oh the table In Ihlscoiinectloil a letter from Lient.- Col. Scott, of the certificate branch of the air was received sug- Kestlng.the advisability ot a munici- pal aerodrome being made a public .custom aerodrome, so that tho siiry arrangements could be made with the customs department regards clearing machines from the States H is the, policy of tho nir.board. he stat- ed, to encourage In every way within its menus Ihe'esfahlUh'ment of llcens- mlnfon." NO ADVANCE IN COAL PRICE HERE Coal will not advance In price In in the case of an- thracite, on aocount-of today's racreaM of thirty-five per cent, in the freight rales. Local firms stated thai bridge couEumers will not be affected by the Increase as long ss they pur- chase coal from the local mines. cd ,air harbors throughout the Do i 1 REGISTRATION VERY SLOW UP TO NOON Registration for the'coming pro- hibition referendum, which opened this morning; proceeded very sowly, Up lo noon only 40 had registered on the south sldo.at the Slnnott Block anil ninn on tho north side :it tho Un- ited Church. The first to register on the south side was H. H. FalrbrolhcF anil on the north side Mr. and, Mrs. McPheat. The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Michaels.) Rev. J. McCartney Witon Preached Inspiring Dis- course at Knox V Charclr In a powerful sermon, delivered at Ihe Sunday morning, service at Knox Church, Rev, Dr. McCartney Wilson, jaetor of KnOx churciv Calgary, re- :en failed to recognlie Christ. The Church ot the Southern States de- fended slavery. So it has always been. When men cotoe new Ideas learnt from Jeltts'Christ the Church Is Many truly good men and woir.til place them-, selves In opposition to those who want to reveal to the Church a. Dlblo more human and more divine, c-r to win tho Church to socia'l service or to realize the Idea-of unity for which ChrlHt prny'oil.. Those'who oppose de- sire tho glory of Christ, but, when He comes fall to recognUe Him. The preacher spoke.of the Oreat Unknown, taking his toil from John 1 verses 10 and 11, "He was fn the world and the world was made by Him and the world knew Him not. Ho came unto His own a'ud-.sHjs own re- ceived Hitn not." 'if Is true, he said, that Jesus'came to His own people. But tho application lot the ;text U wider. The Jews here sUnd for the children of men. SOTutf of the phases of modern, life exemplify tho truth of the teil. The In the .scientific- continued the preacher, there are -tnea who are amongst the great Mrvants 'of the world today. Their thoughts and dis- coveries are putting Into the hands of men knowledge unheard: of and power undreamed of. They are fol- lowing the workings of Him made the world. They: are thinking tho thoughts of Qod after Him. Yet when Christ comes to them in. the revela, lions of Nature they do-hot know Him, Tliough. there are notable exceptions (ov which we thank Ood, the scientist In general does not Bee that his work If to the honor and praise of Jesus Christ. Art of. Today Taking the artistic world. (Jr. Wil- son pointed out thai'Cotl an thor ot beauty. .To some He gtvet a special revelation of that beauty over which He painters, architects, and musicians'arc sent to reveal to man thej.vlslon .of beauty they have seen; yet..when they BOO There are oodles ot laolcs who ling- er somewhere at mountain or seashore this fall; they are dashing-about, in fhs fine, bracing air while their bubi blol keep Bachelor's Hall. And certain earmarks it is easy to tell a home where friend wife Is away, for the spiders quite boldly mote In there to d-rell, and the chairs are all dusty and grey. Tho cat roves along to some kind neighbor's houee, the can- ary bird turns up Its, toes, and out In the larder one hungry old mooue ele- vate! Its .disconsolate nose. Where ihe flower bo: once beld a blooming array of blossoms and ferni and slch like, now nothing remains but one frail, faded spray, for the flowers have gone on, strike. It is plain to be seen as Vou enter the place, for oven a very brief call, that the microbes are jiving poor Hubby a chase while he's living in Bachelor's Hall. Por he never gets' up till a quarter past eight, and Is then overdue at hie desk, so he tries out dry-clesning on dip and a plate, with, results that are truly grotesque. And Wifte, while do- Ins her .fair mermijld could bo happy at ill If she knew how her hubby, the miserable runt, breaks her dishes In Bachelor's'Hall. There are seventeen saucen with nary a cup, there are pitchers without any spout; and, you bet, whon Friend Wife gets to checking things up, Mend Jvsus they do not kuow Him. He has no beauty that they should desire Him. The art ot the Middle Ages was a.i consecrated art, because It was rooted In rellgloni i. The art of today f lower In power, because'-It Is dl- from religion. The Reformer Then there aro the reformers of to nay. Many of them have a. real sym- pathy with suffering humanity and are filled with n passion of Re-lemp- lon. Socialists, Communists, Syndi- are planning a bet- er world., lint when Jesue, whose sympathy and passion for redemption was supreme, comes to >them they re- iect Htns. Karl Mm is the most hftuentlil man. rrlth the laboring classes today and he hated religion aiid was antagonistic to Jesim Christ The reformer sect Is a new order ani wilt have nothing to do with Christ first a new spiritual order. They want to mako a better world iy taking mdney; He by giving love. Unless Later is re- concllod with Christ all Itn Macs and lOPes wlH tali. The preacher concluded with "Let pray th'at odr eyes may be quick lo recognize the Lord and our hearts open to welcome Him when, He comes." NEW STORE ATCHIN I iiaje opened n general store (n the P, Lund Building at Chin and brought my stock of Eeueral'mcrchandlso from Pros- by. This, wllh a now slock, en- ables me 16 offer farmers a good selccllon of Hardware, Grocer- ies, and Work Clothes. I am out to give the public, satisfaction. SPRINKLE A name which hat al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife, John Gilmore Ltd.- Bakers PHONE around, hat poor Hub may .prepare for a equall, for It looks like old Chaos had on the ground .where Hubby keeps Bachelor's Hall. Motor Parade at Fair and Carnival To Be the Best Ever Everybody welcome I? cry sent out ty ItoUrlau Arthur Baalim to owners of motor cars and trucks. la connection with tho tig motor parade to ba held Wednesday afternoon, September 22, the opening day of the Coaldale-Le'thbridge fair and carnival. Every in and district Me wanted in fbat parade and there will be a plaoo tor all. H H.ihe hope of the committee in charge of this branch ot the carul- arrangements that ihe parade will break all records for Ixjlhhridec. Seventy-, dollars fn prizes are being given away for the best decorated cars floats. Merchants will form a hlgr portion of. the parade, It is ex- pected.'' 'In talking to n number of mcr- chunts this morning Mr. Daallm point- ed out that advertising value of a float In such a parade, oven If the of. constructing the float were.riot covered by expense money, would Lbe great. It will be seen Hy people from; tho many parts of Southern Alberta and will Impress upon the, citizens ot l-elhbrldge that the aity boasts some- good live flrms. The first prize for the best tie and the second prhe Prizes of Jhe same value will ho given for the boEt decorated Cars_ as well; Tile route of "the parade has been determined. Cars and Deals will llno- up opposite the R.C.M.P. grounds on Fourth Avenue in lime to start at p.m. :From.there the parade will proceed to. Fifth.street, Third Avenue to Eleventh' slrcot, to Seventh Ave- nue and then to.thc fair grounds. GRAIN MARKET IS ACTIVE Today's grain niarket, D. B. Harris reports, Is very active with wheat op- ening nt 273 1-2 and jumping Immed- iately to 274 1-2. The United States markets are strong, Chicago advanc- ing 2 3-4 cents 'over Saturday's clofi- Flax is weak. Mr. Harris -stated (hat considerable- wheat is now moving but tho ytolds are somewhat disappointing, A Brooklyn Wom'au. seeking BOp told (he court her husband never addressed lief by homo hut whistled when he wanted her. WORK ON NSW BANK BUILDING STARTS AT ONOE Thomas Stilbtit It' contractor for all the Standard Bank bulld- ingi be erected in Alberta. These Include the fine new build- ing In Lr-thbrldse, arid build- ings at Coaldale, Coalhurst, Bur- dttt and Hussar. Mr. Stubbs commences work at once on the Lethbrldge building. Mr. H. M. Whlddington is the supervising architect. Hundred Jobs for Harvesters; Labor Bureau Can t Locate the Men Dimswortli Is The Winner of RaworthCup The final for the City Tennis Cham- pionship was played off' Wednesday afternoon before a large and enthus- iastic crowd of tennis fans. The first set resulted ID a fairly easy rlctorj for A. C. lia-worth, being 6 to 3. In this set Kawort'h'n drives to the back line apparently contused Dunsworth, although at end of the set tho loser's defence improved. The second set found Uororth breathing hard and Ills younger op- ponent took lull advantage uf this, winning the set 6-3, his defence Wear- ing down hU oppoutmt. third set produced brilliant tennis, both players putting all Jholr energy Into the game. However Dime, worth's defence proved impregnable ami try as ho would, nearly all Ita- worth's drives camo back. With tho score u-5 in Dun.-jwdrth's favor, IlV worth rallied arid took thr- noil game only to lose Ilia JipXt, giving Duns- worthjthe set and nl'ach 3-6, G-3, 6-4. IlunBworlh played a very stroug game, his strength lying In liis abiilly to get everything back that came over the not. and while Ttatforlh played a more stylish game, the younger play- er Seemed inore effective. The semi-final matches resulted in Unworth heating Pelger ?-2, G-3 and Dunsworlh heating Horlug G-2, G-i. SISTER-IN-LAW OF LOCAL MANAGER DIES FROM LOOK JAW After two days Illness from Mrs. James wife of the editor of the Lake Field News, died last Thursday night, She contracted the dis- ease from stepping .on a rusty nail. fHer husband brother of T, O. Rldpath, the known merchant tailor. DON'T FORGET The only pltce where you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hulton Perkins 413A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 S, of Colonial Thgitre Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Tike His Advice. The Yale tt2 FIFTH SOUTH To the Musicians and Students of Canada New York City, July, ,1920. Mr. Led 5f: Coombs has taken a Post-Graduate course at this Institution this Bummer, receiving the Teacher's Diploma. This Is Mr.JGbomhs1 eeconil visit loathe school, ho having etudieil hero five years ago. On this recent vlait Mr. Coombs j hrought him two of his assistant teachers who also took the course in piano anil voice. Mr. Coomltt is thoroughly qnullfled to tench the method Of Voice Culture and Piano os given at tilts school, and we recommend him. very highly to nil those desiring to study Voice nnd Piano with an officiant teacher. During Mr, Coomhs' stay in the school he was of'valu- assistant to me inasmuch as he assisted my pupils in their work, many of (hem teachers themselves. Very truly yours, NEW YORK SCHOOL OF MMSIC ARTS, (Signed) Haife Leech Htarnor. 1 Director. I Labor for the farms fn the south portions of the Lethbridge district Is needed in the worst way. For several days past Thomas Longworth, superintend- ent of the provincial labor bureau in Lethbrldge, has had more than two hundred applications from In that country for help. Apparently there Is nons in the well to had as Mr. Longworth been using every means jt his dlipcsal to get men. A few men hsvo beea in from Monltohn and Urllish Columbia but they have only been i drop In the bucket. Most of the men coming from Mani- toba and Saskatchewan labor bureaux hire been tor Ihe mlnn. Thirty-sir men recently arrived from Uritish Columbia for farm work. During tbeVeek ending September 1th 283 men paused through the local libor for pernwnent Jobs and durinj! the Week ending September 11 IDS.men were placed. dO'tiot Include those given' casual labor, purlng the first wtek mention- ed 135 men went out KB Riookers, Billy-ninei as threshers and two sep- week only .is n farm laborer, twelve as slbokc-.ri; hud Blxty-onc as mem- bers of llifeshlog gangs-aiid one sep- Hrntor Besides 'those given during the week cllilini; Septemu.e.r. 1, tho following figures were announced: 1 sheepherder. 1 carpenter, i gas eng- ineer, 4 mule rooks. 4 1 Wacksmlth, 4 steam tractor engineers, 2 miners., lifirem.iii, 8 teamsters. Ten HAVE YOU TRIED If noii we only atk you to do so, Evan, if we do t say it our- IT'S DELICIOUS 606 Third Avenue South men were given caeual work. Ir, tho womea'j section five were hired as cooks, two an housekeepers, one laundry maid and one housemaid. Pour others were given casual em- ployment. i-'or last the other figures were: 1 ahecphorder, 2 gas engin- eers, 1 cooks, laborers, 3 steam tractor engineers, 2 miners, 1 mine machine helper and 2 teamsters. Two miners and ouo helper were seat in from a Manitoba labor bureau.- In. tlie women's section four cooks vfere hired, one housekeeper, one maid and dJie ward ALLEGE JAP HAD QUART OF WHISKEY At the city police court, on Monday, John Vatcs, bartender at the Coaldaio Hotel, was charged wllh having liquor for Bile. The case was remanded to tho 25th. Although, as alleged, he was caught, with a of'whiskey by the city police, Oikaua, a Jap, pleaded not guilty and was remanded loathe 15th. Blove Lewickl, charged wllh being Intoxicated and destroying the scats in a street car, was fined ?5 and made 10 pay another {6 for the da'magj he caused, f v NEW ANGLICAN MINISTER Itcv. William Williams, newly ap- pointed Anglican.'Olergyriiau at C'aiv mangay was Jn Barons on Monday, calling on the-Anglican incmherii, with tho purpose Inivlew of holding month- ly services for their, Globe. The name Chief Moun- tain was chosen-for this company because it stands for everything that is pure and unadul- teratetJ. Products Stand for the same -thing and the Company that manufactures these products stands of their .products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDCE, PHONE 1929 FOR SALE! 1 Ton 2 Ton Truck........................ BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION' APPLY IETHBR1DGE MOTORS LTD. 11th STREET SOUTH DELICACIES FROM THE D AIR tr I Hero Is ItoalUiful, sensible summer' fool- Pure- milk, palatable butter and appotfzing ice cream. Tbb maximum of food value- Is contained in those foods. They'gupply tissues with alt tho ntitrltlvo elemchli the body'requires .and are cool and summer comfort. Don't put ah' eilrft lax on your digestive organs by ealfrig body" heating meats and other heavy foods.. We'll supply your dally needs if you My ttj. Jurt phono pleads. Crystal Dairy Limited COALDALE DISTRICT F AIR and ROTARY CARNIVAL Dancing Afternoon and Evening Big Parade at 1 p.m. Admission 50c Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 22-23 at the EXHIBITION GROUNDS, LETHBRIDGE For Prize Lilt Apply to the Secretary Coaldale Commercial Club Public, High .School Students 25c Boys and Under 12 Years Free Baseball Tournament Rotary Carnival Both Afternoons ;