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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SEPTEMBER 14, l'J20 LETHPRIDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN BIGGEST PREMIUMS EVER OFFERED AT A FAIR HELD IN THE SOUTH The premiums given at Coaldals District Fair arc the largest ever offered In any_ fair that has been held In the south. This has been for the reason that the Fair management Is specializing on the products of farm. The two hundred dollar prize for the district exhibit should bring .in quite a number of ex- hlbitionSr for .we do not know of any'premiums of this siie ever having been put .up for a grain display. ._ The baled alfalfa for the enor- mous dieplay is beginning to come In and the Fair Committee is dropping all other work now and devoting all of their time to getting the exhibition In shape. Only 2 few days are left now In which to make entries and the exhibitors should lose no time In makmg their The exhibi- tion is not confined to the Coat- dale district, but IB open to the Sold Seventeen Irrigated Farms InTen-Day Period f, f, f, THAMKSGIVINQ DAY ON OCTOBER 18 OTTAWA, Sept. Eiring will this year bo cele- brated on .Monday, October 18. lA formal order to this effect probably will be unproved to- morrow. i et Proof That Irrigated Land is Demand. Amongst j Farmers j [er The favorable Impression that irri- gation has Eiade in the farming com- munity of Southern Alberta is slowly. very assuredly asserting itself. The wonderful yields produced year after year.on-the Experimental Karias jii tho various 'Irrigation, district have Eventually" had tlie desired effect and there Is little doubt that, should a volfe Ije taken among the fanners, the, re- snlt would be almost .unanimously lu favor of irrigation. In support ot statement, the For Boys'Work at On Frldaj'oyentne last the of directors met, one of tho'.main being, the boys' work. Jifi-Petley's report was read by Mr. virtue'for the last month .and a very encouraging report It was, Canada' Land and Irrigation company, i the rartieulpr point-being that th'u Vrhp are selling land in the Vauihall i new sccretnry does not propose to con- dleirlct, report tho sale ot seventeeiT! fine his work to the torn walls of the irrigated farmG. during the first leii Y.M..C.A. but hls'policy Is community The Rhyming timist Opti (By Aline 't o GONG OVER THE L. C. Charlesworth, chair- man at the' Irrigation council ot Alberta is going over tho for the iethbrliigc Northern Irrigation dislrict with Major Muekleston, chief This world is always full change engineer .of the district. Mr. aud much that now would secja quite Charlesworth, arrived oa the strange one time was thought au- fait; i noou train. iLomond Alan succeeds Mr. IJIet- we have seen many things, go No date has beon'set for the cher at South Side they were styled accomplish- i election. Word'Is being wait- inen'.s back there in mother's day. ed from Toronto, from the sol- Branch used to make an awful hit when girls ft icllors there who are reviewing v- the bylaw. could nlay a little bit and sing a lit- tle, too; and long ago the minuet was every maiden's _one best bet, though now it would not do. "Tis said that wLeii our graudslres -wooed, good COOKS were ardently pursued by every eager swain; but few aud far between are now the flappers who can handle chow, for such you'd look In Tain. For their accomplishments today are measured In another way from those of girls of old. Sweet Sue can smoke with easy grace .and pile more rouge i upon her faco than any face should hold. And Alice wields her lipstick well; that's why dear Alice is a belle; she tries to teach her Ma the proper way dame should smoke, but only makes the old girl choke; she swears as, well us Then little Ere is pop- ular because she drives a racing car; and Maud's accomplished, too, for she is busy learning how to manicure her Chinese Chow and train her cockatoo. But we should -worry, we should fret, because the girls will soon forget the stunts they like today: 'tis probable that it may be no more. than just a century 'til cooks again hold sway. District. Court sittings opened on Tuesday morning, wttb his Honor Judge Jackson presiding. In the large lebt cases the following dates were .Lessard. Sept. 15; Laporiwiskl vs. .Balsldfcn. Sift. 16th; Worknttz vs. Somers, Kept. 16th; Mtinroe vs. Caiighey, Sept. Hth; Scott vs. MeCarty, Sept. 20lh. -A special sittings of court will be held on October 251 h. Three small debt cases were pro- HUNDRED AND FIFTY FOii HAVING REAL BEER IN REDCLIFFE POOL ROOM days of September, having a total acreage of acres uud aa arerags purchase price of per acre. The irrigated land in the Immediate vicin- ity of the town site Is ycry choice, anil is being readily disposed of at the price asked. Part of this dislrict was sold last year, and the enterprising farmers ,who purchased at that time are now Ireapiitg a bountiful harvest as a re- for'.-thfcir. forethought, and are yv .very oDtlmlstic for the future pros- fl perKy nowly. opened project. As 'Is- ;ohly uaturnl- district and he wlslies to sen'e all the boys of the city co-ODoratfcK with all other agencies in boys' work.- One of tie requests made was tho securing of the "Y" auditorium for a I boys' department. Mr. Potle'y stated I that in Ills opinion the senior and boys' department should be separated on account of' the" influences of con- versations premature to the toy. Vus board 'alter discussing the whole matter In a very sane way unan- imously voted to givo the'boys the UBS of tlie room requested by the boys' secretary. They also passed a resolution that: tho- A fine Jl-50, with coats, was what it cost Kobert John Black, proprietor of the Black poolroom at Hedclilfe, for having two dozen bottles of real beor at the back of his soft drink counter. Tho fiiid was made by the ti, P. P., and tho fine inflicted by Magistrate Medicine Hnt, he- lore -whom the.'defendant pleaded guilty to Uie_ .cliarge. CONFISCATED 32 BOTTLES OF BOOTLEG WHISKEY Jvhcre a large crop is being harvested, i Eo ahead and nia'ke the neccs- nrifl tsn mnnv fiirma nro (mintr _ _ chased, there is a tremendous amount of activity. Preparations aro being ynade for. the breaking of a large amount of- land, and little 'donbt that: by next spring1 between .twenty, thousand and thirty thousand Be res-of irrigated land will he under cultivation there, and the district will definitely lake Us stand as one of the piost prosperous in tlie province. sary-changes.--1 Very-Jew' changes are necessary and they will be done as cheaply as possible. The boy a will assist Mr. Fetley and possibly make mosb of the changes themselves. The idea is to give the boys a homelike, cosy room, bright and airy, in-which to.spend their Lours 6E recreation. The room wili be decorated -with pen- nants and pictures; the windows will have flower boxes inserted by the help of the janilur. Tec or a dozen good boys' magazines will bo placed there for the boys to read. A number ot games; will also ba there. And the most important.factor is that if lhev present policy o( organization goes through It will be a club room for all the boys of LethbrJdge. Mr. Pctley will be. personally in charge find will place the club on a self-government .basis with a boys' cabinet which will-be representative MVHh Obstructing tho ln the' ?ltsV C. P. H; Urtmch Line By Rpmovinir ing Kor obstructing j the boys will be able to look after the i interests of themselvcB and the boys 1 of thn churches tliey reprcBent. Thus i tho parents and the hoys themaelvea lot Lethbridge can-rest assured that main line John Eversinan, who farms near Brant, was at Vulcan, fined (100.with costs for unlawfully Belling liquor. Later 32 bottles 'of bootleg whiskey were found in a dug-out near the building on his farm-by the P. The defendant disclaimed'the whiskey as iris property and the caso was argu- ed in court of Calgary, his solicitor. Magistrate Burrell dltmisscd tLo pos- session, it .being urged'that tno build- ing was not. the property of the de- fendant. The liquor was confiscated by the police. C. H. St. John, Manager at Lomond, has been appointed manager of fto south side- branch of tlie Standard Bank In this city, succeeding 5Ir. O. P. Bletcher, who has Tieen manager here sm'ce the first branch of the bank was opened, and whose energy and foresight are responsible for the opening" up of practically all the I branches of the In southern Al- berta, J.'o announcement has yet been made about the Important position which' has been offered to Mr. Blet- cher. The Herald, however, Is advls- ed that he Is likely to bo transferred to quite a large centre. He camo here from Maldstone, Saskatchewan, and during the time he has been manager iu-Lelhbridga he has worked up a yery large business for the bank. He will be in tae city for several months. CITY TAX SALE IN NOVEMBER The city Tax Sale will Cnko en i date to be set be- tween Nor. 1th and lath, 'the list or property to to tho hai.imer will be published on September 25th. Those who have property Included in the list have a few days to redeem it and have it taken out. fiotarians to Attend Convention Day at and Fair ceeded with, witi j claims with costs allowed in 'each 'case, and with no defendant In Munroe vs. Fowler, Dr. Munroe of Dow Island, sued J. TV. Fowler, of Surdclt, for tho sum" of J27, fees. for. professional at- tendance. The .charge was for the vaccination 'of five, of the defendant's children and lor subsequent attend- ance. The defence 'put in was that the defendant was absent at the time and did not authorize the Taccmatl C. F. Jamieson appeared for tho plain- tiff. Tn Tiygg TS. Allen the claim was for the amount of. a cheQue signed by G. H. Allen and made payable to R. Graham. The -cheque was en- dorsed by- Graham and handed over to Hygff. The defendant protested the same on the plea that It had been obtained from him "'jy forco, E. C. MacKenzie appeared for the plaintiff. In Grisak vs. Bario the plaintiff sued for for work done for tue de- fendant. H. rMliiid appeared-for the plaintiff. "1. TO VISIT DRUMHELLER Arrangements are being made for a ceremonial of. the Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan in Drnmheller on Thanksgiving Day, to which repre- sentatives from Lethbridge may ht- tend. Prices are being obtained on one or two special cars'from the C. P. R., to take a delegation from Leth- orldge. wll not he opened Magistrate linn-ell at the AT. P. cour in the nty on fues-! ocloljer as the day afternoon It is s atctl that thej tirae now and then will he box car, which was full of coal, was (aken lip Biiffleient organization taken from aiding, hanled hy i team, The coal was emptied and the empty car left on the track. to .ensure tho success of our' work, this season. K, OF P. AGE LIMIT v: REDUCED TO 18 The age'Mlmtt of the Knights of Pythias has been reduced from to eighteen years. This action 'our magneto do.Us best. I will.lest your magneto Jree ot charge. It -wiil pay you to give me a rlsit. Magneto recharged; prices reas- onable, AH work fully guaran- teed. My place of business IB now the NORTH LETHBRIDGE GARAGE E, J. O'Sullivan 372 13TH ST. NORTH Right on 13th St. Blue Line This is the official service eta- tion of the I. H. C.. Ask the Person Here And Take Hia Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH- STREET SOUTH The name Chief Moun- tain, was chosen for this company because >it stantis fov everything that is pure and unadul- terated. Chief Mountain Creamery Products Stand for the same thing and the Company that manufactures these products stands back of their products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd, LETHBRIDCE, PHONE 1929 Prance are requested'to bo G. Tho Travellsrs Aid Society apptal- W.V. A. club rooms at two o'clock ed to the notary Club for financial assistance in meeting the nay due on their house this falf mlESlon was granted for a tag day iuside of the dur- ing the carnival, on September 22 and BOYS WELFARE COUNCIL TO MEET WEDNESDAY A meeting of the Boys' Weltaro Council will be held at the Y.M.C.A. on "Wednesday afternoon next at 5 o'clock for the purpose of discussing the local High Sclira] situation in boys' work to appoint a local council to bring abont a program that will cprrelata all the activities of the students, social, Intellectual and phys- ical. Several other points In reference to the proposed plan ot organization for boys'.work In tula city will also be discGssed and it is important that the re'.should be a good attendance in order'.that' thg best possible course may ho adopted for tue proper organi- zation ot this work. DON'T FORGET The only place where you cau eel. your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at All players ot the Fragments from Everything la carahral irith Rot- ary riub and yesterday's meeting ires' devoted entirely to It. Various com- niittecs reported prepress anil as. a result it Is apparent that all arrange- J ments are running smoothly. Following the regular, meeting a special meeting .of committee charr- j men was held and arrangements made for President Sam Porter aud Secretary Harry Clarke to go to-Re- I isina 'for the district meeting on Mon- day. Wednesday afternoon, so no delay will be experienced In getting away to Taber for the Bennett Shield game :hat starts In Taber at 5.30 p.m. Ef- forts are being made to obtain sudlc- 'ent motor car accommodation for ail who desire to go. A. J. Blackhnrne, president of the local association and a provincial of- ficial, Is looking after.tbe automobiles. It Is the desire of the football team that as many supporters as possible accompany them to Taber. The motor cars are scheduled to leave the G. W. V. A. club roopis at three o'clock. Those deslrlug to go should communi- cate with Mr. .yment Per- PENALTY FOR STRAY ANIMALS The stray animal nuisance has come'to such a head that in addi- tion to the pound fees'and dam- ages for destruction caused by the strays, the owners will be sum- "moncd by the Chief of Police for of the city by-law. FOR SALE! 1 Ton 2 Ton Truck BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION I APPLY LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. 11th STREET SOUTH PHONE 1E64 Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South' Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre British Canadian Trust Company Conybeare.BIock Lethbridge Trustee, Administrator, r Executor, Estates Managed, General Financial Agents Phone 1843 Geo.W. Parsons, Mgr. CUT DOWN YOUR .EXPENSE having MS vulcanize your damaged Thp.t vitl re- store them to long service whether the damage be a holo puncture or a long cut or tear. Tlie cost of tires is atead- ,ilj- Increasing. Our vulcanizing will relieve you of all worry on that score for a long time to come. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD THE HANDSOME STONES On view hero are not 50 ex- pensive as you may imagine. prepare them when no Im- mediate orders are on hand. Lethbridge Monumental Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH DELICACIES FROM THE DAIRY Hero ia healthful, sensible summer food. Pure milk, butter and appetizing Ice cream. The maximum of food valuo Is contained in these foods. Thoy supply Iho tlssuea with all the. nutritive the body requires and are cool and.enjoyable for summer comfort Dou't put an extra tax on your digestive organs by eating body heatlns meats sod other heavy foods. Well supply your dally needs if you say to. Just piona Crystal Dairy Limited Phone. 1576 i ;