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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 50, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE THIRTEEN 10ALDALE WILL SWARM TO THE CARNIVAL AND FAIR NEXT WEEK Reeve King Declares After- noons of Wednesday and Thursday Half Holidays Whereas the Coaldale District Will hold Its second annual Fair at the Exposition Buildings at Lethbridge on Septemhec 22nd and and It is desirable thai all the residents of Coaldale and vicinity attend this Fair. Now, therefore, I, David King, Reeve of the Village of Coaldale, do de- The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Michaels.) Grain Carrier AcrossRiver clare the afternoons of both these days namely, Wednesday, Sep- tember 22nd, and .Thursday, Sep- tember pubtjc hatf holidays, and Urge that the various busi- ness places within the village be closed on these afternoons ever same Is possible, and that everyone turn out and attend the Fair. Done at Coaldale, Ajta., this 14th day of September, 1920. DAVID KING, Reeve. "I'm ,1 plura blowed." said Bill, ibe f {loafer; to his partner. Ksro Frank.I i "Wisht 1 had a car au' chauffeur that j I could ease ine this bank. But 1; never wus a feller that had any decent i Busy Transferring torly ThOUS lludge Approves Naturalizations The following naturahzatious wcrei Approved by His'Honor" Judge Jack-j foil on John SKriebe, Spring Coulee, black-. tentith, married and with two children. I lie was born in Styria, in the empire of Austria, but at llio-tlmo of appli- cation was a subject of Serbia, Styria being given to Serbia under the terms of the peace treatv. Came to Canada jMay, 18H. Simon Augustus Freestone, of Leth- bridge, bookkeeper and cashier, born Jn Stockholm, Sweden, subject of 'Sweden, bachelor. Came to Canada, j, May 1803. Ho came to the 'Dominion Tinder the name of Simoii Augustus'" Anderson. Arrivicg at Golden. B.C., from Sweden, his father found there >vere' numerous Andersons there.- kept getting most of the mail intended for him. To save the incon- ,venience he changed his- name. An- derson, to Freestone, by which name j the applicant has been known, since Ills early childhood. Carl Luther Grant. I-ethbridge, far- Xner, U. S. subject, born at Pleasant Place, Came to.Can- prta January 1911. i John Thomas Ktmmett, Fqremost, farmer, subject of Ihe LV S.p born in Connecticut, liiarrted and no children, fame-to Canada, Sept. 1313. Charles Leming Strong, VYoolfcrd, farmer, subject of the U. S., boni in married with two children, patne 1911. Balsley, 'Carman- jgay, six child- ren, Bubjoct'of the V. S., born in Iowa. Came to. 1910.. KUward Jqb'n. Del iBonita; married, with 'three' children, {subject.of therU: in Indiana. 1013. Geo. St.' Hilda, bachelor, subject of the U. S., horn Nebraska. Came to Canada, Marcli W10. iKenry Andrew Walter._Spring Coii- Ie3, farmer and rancher, married, no children, subject of the'U. S., born In jMinuesota. Came to Canada, March 190S. SIGNING CARDS DOES NOT MEAN A VOTE H appears that there is a mis- apprehension tn the city among those who signed cards distributed .by the 'Ladies' Prohibition Committee. "It is tak- en by these' that the signing Is equivalent to registration. This is not the case, and.these who are under, the -impression that they have registered by signing .the cards shorrid make haste to remedy the misapprehension by going to the'registration offices and having.their harries Included in the voters' lists. luck; Fate has shoreiy done uie yel- lor, that's the reason that 1 struck. I decided tbat I wouldn't grub and toil. I-ook what some guys get pcrvlded, an' their hands they never soil. I decided that the lily wouldn't have a thing ou me, an' that's as Box-Car Billy I'ro been rovin', 1'vo been free. AuJ I've never had to hustle, fer 1 think work's a disease; so, although I'm short on muscle, I've been pretty long on ease.'Still, my days are fur from and Bushels'of Rye From Cameron Ranch Twelve' eight horse teams and a number ot.four horse teams today are hauling rye from tbe Cameron Ranch to Chin. The carrier over tbo i Man river is working and the task of i transferring forty thousand bushels o pleasant, you know as well as! rye over the river by the carrier ant ine.. Take, fur instance, jest at pres-1 byiteams to Chin Is underway ent, Ibis here ain't no Jubilee." And, in deed, the mud was slimy which the comrades journerCO.' through; Box- Car's lace was hot and grimy; Boi- Car's coat was far from new. he said, in accents bitter, "I am all fed mi on l.uck, an' I should meet the critter, I am shore I'd ruK amuck. Fer she ain't dealt squarely by me, an1 sometimes 1 almost think that she Jest delights to try me, an' to put me on the blink. I've got even, though, I'll bet you. She alu't made me work a lick, an' don't ever let tbat fret you, fer I ain't a working hick. I kin starve in silence, brother, but right now it ain't no lie that I wisht I bad another slice uv tbat last pumpkin pie. But the p'int IE, Luck's abused me, she has done it from the first, the way the old girl's used me, keeps >8e fer the worst. But one way 1 got her hested, as shs ort to see by this, she can't git me interested in no sort there is. BIG INCREASE IN BANK CLEARINGS This Same week last yr. All South Siders Register, Sinnott Block- All North Siders Register, United Church Mr. C. S. Noble announced that th first, trial of the carrier madp yesterday and. It worked splendidly Fifty bushels are being taken ove each trip and If necessary sixly-fiv bushels can be transported, but Mr. Noble does not cspept to load tt that heavily. He is storing the; wheat of the Cam- ron Ranch, in bins at present until le can get the rye moved. From to- lay on as many teajus as he cau use ylll travel 'between the point where he carrier reaches the sound side of he river and Chin., One trip takes .hree minutes it Is found neces- sary another half minute cau be cut off this time. i Demand for Cars Not So Heavy P. K. Cuts Estimate, Ten Per Ce.nt. For Damages Doric When Auto Frightened Horse and Caus- ed Runaway LOCAf, MAN RETURNS FROM VISITING FAMILY 'IN SOUTH AFRICA A case for damages caused through the frightening of a'horse "by a motor car Is proceeding Iii Die district court tills1 (Thursday) morning.. In the suit Toporowsfci vs Estald.cn, the -plain- tiffs, Mary To'porowski, nre claiming damages to the amount of made tip. damage to buggy doctor's .lees' loss of service of tbe male. plaintiff J100, general damages for'sliock'aml suffer- ing sustaincd''by the plaintiff Mary, The horse-in the .boggy is stated to iayo run away .through heing fright- ened by the motor.car the defendant, the damages, sued for. -.The parties belong to fletkW The plaintiffs are represented by J. Vaselenak, aid the defendant by C. P. Harris. After an absence of eight months. It. D. Fleming, manufacturing jeweller has returned to the city. His -long vacation was spent visiting his two sons and'daughter in South Africa and iii the Old Country visiting rela tlTes and friends. Mr. .says that things are very prosperous; i: South Africa. In the Old Countr; there Is a good deal of discontent ow ing to heavy taiation and the high cost of living, in addition there i: labor trouble.- But notwithstanding all-this everybody 'seems to have money to spend freely; the theatres, restaurants and race meetings are all always, crowded. FATHER OF C. P. R. DIVISIONAL ENGINEER, i IS DEAD. AT CALGARY j Chas. Baron'Miles, died at Cal-j feury. He was' 70 years of ago and came in the early (Jays as a sur- vcypr. Durhig'the Crow's Nest eon- EtrutiUun ho was: engaged in survey Jv.si before the Indian outbreak of JSijl lie was at Blackfoot Crossing, tlie partv surrounded by Indians under Chief Crowfoot. Later, Miles walked from Macleod to Jtegina; and reported to Ottawa the, conditions In the west, and wus one pf the first to foretell of the Indian oljclllon. The deceased was bom iti Mager- viilc. N. li., in 1850, and ha was do- H'jcndeil from tho United Emoire Loyalist stock of the and i'er- Icy families of Connecticut, U. S. A. II. H. Miles, divisional engineer of }lie C. P. R. at lyethbridge, is a son. NEW FREIGHT ENGINES GRAIN HUSH To facilitate-the movement of placed branch railway division the C. P. R. has placed at C. D. Mackintosh's dis- posal five hew freight engines of tht 3800 type. These'are now on the division and- more will soon be here, Mr. MaeKlntosh an- nounced. NEWSTORE AT CHIN I have s'general store in Use ciiin und have btonfjht rny stock of goiioral mercljainltfii1! frorn ProK- foy. This, with a MOW stock, en- ables me 16 offor farmers n Rood selection of .Hardware, Grocer- ies. utiU Work Clothes. I uni out lo give the puljUf.SfltiHfacttoii. A. N. SPRINKLE 12 BODIES.TAKEN TO MORGUE NEW YORK, Sept: this aftei'riben 12.bodies had keen taRen to the morgue. Unofficial estimates ''placed the number of seriously Injured at 50 and those., who.sustained at.150.: A DELIGHTFUL DRINK a-good sll-yMr-ronnd drink cause to tasteful and exhilarating. 'It's a particularly good summer drink because It's no cool nad refreshing. It's sparkle, its snapplness, Its pleasing! bouquet and flavor will win your up- proval and make tho practice of asking for it habitual. At all fountains or by j the case direct froui NOTICE TO THAN TRACTOR OWNERS The most vital part of your engine is the electric spark. WHh a good hot spark, firing 'at the proper time, Vonr engine will start easily as Ihe mornings get colder and will ensure you of .in uninterrupted run in the busiest time of the year. 1 am equipped to make ynur magneto do its best. I will lest your magneto free of charge. It will .pay you to give IMS. a visit. Magneto recharged; prices reas- onable. All work fully guaran- teed. My place of business Is now the NORTH LETHBRJDGE GARAGE E. J. O'Sulllvan 372 13TH ST. NORTH Right on 13th St. Blue Line This Is the official service sta- tion of the 1. H. C. A full line at J, CURIE 240 Street North PRACTTCAL fifePAIRER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS DON'T FORGET The only, place wliero you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Mutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors 8. of Colonial Theatre Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take'His Advice. The Yale R12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Vote on Bylaw Dpe During Sept. After touring practically all of the Southern Alberta division of the C. P. R., Superintendent C. D. MacKintosh this morning estimat- ed that the yield of wheat over his division will be ten percent, less than first estimated. Farmers are not shipping their wheat in as large quantities as at first expected. At the present tirpe plenty of cars are available to the crop but the farmers are binning H for a higher price. Mr. MacKintosh x has spoken to many, farmers concerning the reason for holding up the wheat and the answer always was they want a higher price. DAYLIGHT SERVICE THROUGH THE WINTER Thft daylight service through the Crows Nest will continue throughout the and the re- mainder of the train service through Lelhbridge will remain much the same under the winter time table as it now exists. The new time table will come into ef- fect on October 3 and the big change announced so far is on the Macleod-Calgary line, where the double service will be resumed. GETTING IN SHAPE FOR BIG DOINGS Women Not Registering as Numerously as the Men So Two More Days to Register. Registration for voting In tha prohibition referendum took a lit- tle spurt on Wednesday, when at the close of the registration offices the total number registered dur- ing the week stood at Of i these 515, of whom 171 were wo- men, registered on the south side, and 293, Including 81 woman, re- gislered on the north side. The f registration yesterday was pretty well equal to the registration on the two. previous days. It should be borne in mind that the offices In the Sinnott block, 5th Street, are for all vot- ers on the south side, and that at the United church, North Lcth- bridge, for voters on the north side. SOWING FALL RYE AROUND THE HAT It k practically sure the election of. the Lcthbrldge Kortiorn Irrigation district will not be held this month. At present the bylaw Is being review- ed by.the district's experts In Toronto and as 50011 Js recciTed Iror.i A large 'quantity of rye is being sown In tie Medicine Hat district, Mr. J. 'Weir, who represents the provin- cial department of. agriculture In Leth- bridge, announced this morning. He visited Medicine Hat during the week- end out a few orders to far- mers. Speaking the-crops between T.rahhridEe and Medic-ine.. Hat, Mr. them a copy bylaw vrilTbo seat said they are spotted between to according to present ex- pectations. Approval dL the .bylaw will prob- ably be the Dominion author- ities njr telegraph so the delay from that cause is not expected to amount to much.- Following the receipt of that the election, wljl have to bo ad- vertised for days. A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. Ihe Hat and a few miles east of Tab er.- From there to Lethbridge crops look good. the Active work in preparing the eiiii- jitfon grounds and buildings for the carnival and fall fair of the Lethhridgo notary Club aud the Coaldale Agri- cultural Society, .commenced this morning. A large gang of men are husy on the jnain building. Several Coaldale representatives are also oa the grounds making realty for the agricultural end of the fair. The booths lu the main building are being torn down and electricians are preparing Lethbrjdge's great while way for September 22 and ?3. Canvassers been in the Interests the automobile par- ade and so far there Is a'greatuleal of interest among' the merchants in regard to putting floats hi tile parade. TO MUNICIPALIZE 't? FIRE INSURANCE QUEBEC, Sept. 15. (Canadian (he city of Quebec may apply to the legislature at its next session for power to municipalize fire insurance, was Intimated last night by Alderman 13ertrand; chairman of the fire committee. SAVEYOUR I OLDSHOESj They will give you j a lot of goocl-servicej if you let us repair them. uso the best leather 1 and do strong, heat work. 'I WE REPAIR BICYCLES AND TYPEWRITERS 1 and carry new bicycles and parts. Whatever you get here is depend- f g The O.K. Repair Shop ounwc" __ PHONE 733. 817 3RD AVE. I New Brand "OLD CHIEF BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you lei us have hi's name. People that have used It say it Is good ami come back for more and you will do the same. AH, the leading grocers In tho city are handling thin fine brand of butter. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd, LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 FOR SALE! 1 TonTruck 2 Ton BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APPLY LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD, 11th STREET SOUTH ICE CREAM THE NATIONAL FOOD --There is more Ice cream ronsumed In America than in any other continent on Maybe that Is why the people of Arrierlca aro the healthiest and hardle.it nation c! the world lie-- cause ico cream Is the healthiest food yon can take Into your it contains more nutritive elements 'than the system demands and in more gon- orous tt Is the National food because It la the food of all classes. It graces the banquet table, .it is the dessert for tho rich as woll as the workingman. It Is Ibe relish of tho children whether served In tho home, at the soda fountain or In Ihe penny cone. The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made h Ice Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 EIGHTY POUND STEEL KIPP TO NOBLEFORD Eighty pound steel is being placed on the Atydersyde branch from to Nobleford. This is taking the place of fifty-six pound rails and makes the mov- ing of heavy trains safer arjd gives a smoother ride to the pass- enger trains. This is the same. weight of 'steeE as used on the main line of the C. P. R. Shall the Importa- tion or bringing Intoxicating liquors Into tha Province be Shall the importa- tion or bringing bf intoxicating liquors Into the Province be forbidden? ;