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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The of Live Local Newt letbbriofle'SJafty fjievalb All The Local News Where You Expect It KHIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919 ULTJIBUIDGK. '.i: SEVEN' 1DF1 MARKEUKIimC to similar ronferences between the i iriisltc-s :iinj inv sujipriuietideul. J I 1 Or. Mhu'k .-.puke high IT of ihc ro-j I [operation he is errrrloncins at the i Jl Jiands of the tcachinc stiff and eipres- sed approriatlrm of ihe rt-adincM of 'the urcd? to lif-lp keep the public in intimate anil intelligent, loucb aiin idiool Snappy or Business Men's Organization Thurs- Titlw Office The members of (he Women's Civic Club Club irllt jueuls of the board of trade il thf luncheon neit week. This IE for the purpose ol dUcusilnc and vhcreby acre may be arouied in Lhe artirllles of lhe wom- en's orctolralion which ii affiliated to .men> Inilltutloo. A decision to thiV was made at Thursday's mettlns of the Tht Culdilt Comruercial Club vill be by Ihe Board of Trad? on Thursday. Oclohrr 9th. The Imitation ot ihe Macleod Board of Trade for members of the local hoard to be and 10 take part In a concert al Mncleod to be held Tuesday will be accepted by as many of the boftrd as can go. Pliy Lacross- j The challenge of Ihc Hotury ClnliJ for H lacrosse malch was accnptcd i at [lie tiettlnp. provided the losers! stand ihe k aunper. The aueslion ot a pubilc market In Ihc-; ftlty; broiislil up, and Mr. Peter Luni! was appointed lo go into ihejfeaaibiliiy of the scheme and to report ihercon. ProjpecLive 3uiincta Hie meeting .Mr. -Arllicr Ratlirn nddroseed the member's v v v v TO tNLAROE C. P. R- GENERAL OFFICES The offlclmli of the C. P. R. have decided tp enlarge the offices of the staff in lhe depot building here. '.The second floor, above the ticket A office and the watting aud bag-' room i, be extended eastwards by 35 so as lo afford belter accommodation v (or lhe office v A A 4 -f -f 0- v Jury Brought in Verdict Aflcr J5 Murder Trial of Who Was This Bolshevikess? Victor ISelievcd To Whisky Smuggler, Huns Foul of A vibiitr :o (air aitraijied RIP.K -JcL-I n? ai- irdr-jvtia C. v.liu i- [jrpFCin, ii Is Aaitf. uiaKing a (uur K1 of LII id a hlacl-, skirl, ot '.ih'T- silk 1 larly ciiiphasiEcil by a lady liitrod'HTil in tlio toun'.oss .iftd could JjeJp on I'.er lent n[ voice anil Tree eisy manner in was by UT.- ju-fiuaimaiifc. Who ilu- counteF5 wa; and she was fioinj; was ifc" of universal Inquiry" at (air. Tlic lady was very rciicciU as lo liiis and was very uuvYlllinB in -uiisfy public curEoaliy. When seen ibe countess wai driving inio ihe Uaalitn Gar- ape to linked nu. Honor Late Mr. I'hillins Who Wiis'Killed in Action is IMlvn Presented to Hoard t Morning Session Closes at 11.45 and.Afternoon Session Be- gins at The case -of J. JMuleirico, charged! A clover laplurc was ina'lo by Uc-; I with appropriating to his own usojiccUve Crcrar. of the A. P. P.. in scv[ jmoneyj belonging lo Peter DpbJc and luring, probably, a gunman from over' 1 placed In his I mat. was concluded 1 the border In person of VJnor I rite on Thursday afternoon with lhe j Jourdonuais who "'as arrested i" Uie I acquittal or the prisoner with the ver-jcjty where Ihc car Le was (did of "Not Guilty brought In by the r calvary broke down and naked lliree-quarters ol an hour's occupJiu The detective uiaila a absence. His Lori.-lnp i-oncurred iu grab ji the man's bip pocket ami pull-j Uio verdict. led out a 32.20 Colt revolver fully losd- The CUFC has crraiod ronsjderixblr; tn Its six h Is suspected I Interest locally in llu- lhalli was uie prisoner was engaged l-i an of the murder trial ovrr ivhlskey from over the line. the death of John Ouolrythuk. in while In Caljjai-y he hail exchanged which Peler Doliic figured as one of j nie American car he was riding In for Lhc principals along with Peter Paul- j anoiher. Owing to (lie rue I that two con- s table s of the A. P. P. watching for' Lhc bringing in of liquor at ihe border. dad been fired al on more than one abo'Jl jtly in all ilia: going on anil receiving nuny a from men present. Her '.vaa al- logcther ir.klng. SOILP uf I ho ill ni her iviis al- parilcu- j STANDARD TIME SOON j U ia quite on ihe carda thai wlib the tjsiilnt of cheir qew schedule, ttic 1 C. P. K. will go back on standard lime. i Tills not mean an aUeiation in service but merely Iliii 1 Cutting back of (he C. P. 11. docks but I hour. At a meeting of the public school board held on Thursday night. who was convicied of murder derided Dial a bonus of Soil UP Rented and scnlenceil Lo hanged. Ihc sen- o Miss Main tor teaching sit Hie ilar-jtence afterwards tonmiuliod to dicvllle sihuol. provided sho remains' pwial servitude "for )ife. Dolile was as such teacher until next Midsummer mnvtcicd of manslaughter .icnlcn- vacation. :ss Dainty wns granicd an Increase ccd lo two years in the Edmonton ]icn- occasion, the police here nre under tlie liplicf that they have got Ihc .man _____________ iicntiary. It was a complicated one ui have lieen watching lor. I of 550 per annum, to rtute from Sept- many ways, and the position in which I priaoncr, tomes from Great 1st, willi the payment of necessary the- prisoner was plncefl was n appeared before Magistrate street car lares in connection with her j cuH one fn the war or proving his in- j aL the A P. P. court this mom duties. Tlie salary of tho medical ofiit-er ol Iho schools was re-insUled to the amount of ?1CQQ paid formerly, to date from Sent 1st. The question nT further equipment for the rommerclal class in ihe High on the l s eipansion that lay ihc activities of the luiher ramps Ihe toil (nduilry in toe Crow's spoke of these from what he noted In a auto Irlp he hid recently made lo CresJoJi, and to Snofcane. on jo Idaho. Montana and hack. All to Yahk he Imtl -noted nev.p lumlicr Industries w'th an iu- nf from SCi lo 150 what Thursday evening's meet- cedented number of jiioccncc. His counsel. Mr. Ii. Ostlund. was in receipt ot many compliments in tlie verdict secured. King Trial On 'The case ol J. D, King, on the alleg- j ed charge of receiving, while at Hay- mond. stolen fiootJs. knoTving' (hat Ihc ing, and, eullLy to the of carrying H concealed weapon, was sentenced lo three months imprison-' meu( with nard l.iljor. 41 ing ol Llio public school board Lhc Sup- tiio way of typewriters, eic.. erlntendent made a somewhntjjetailcd (ferrrd to the special committee for j fcauiu were stolen, is beiore the Sup- in rcrac Court this morning ;inj Js now was ro- report on his work lo date, dlficusslns i that purpose, and asking the views of the board on The sale of lh' ie Courtland building numerous matters more or less t3 the cxislins lease, was fidentlal In character. Memoranda issued by Black for the guidance of principals apd others in connection with the admission of students and their assignment to spec-, ific schools, safeguorrjs to bo required i hrouphl up and referred to tliu siLC3 and building committee. Memorial Tablet ..The request of the SikofcoLoki chap- ter or the I. 0- D. K., made by Uje regent. Mrs. SUnics. that a memorial hadlbecn along Ihes.CroVs Nell here-.i" or school children Inking lotoU 1-i.W limber ,ms had and beeo leased from the C.P.R. and con- iracJs hart been mcde by ihtsc In- tlnslrles with Iho Staler, Tor periods nf iwo ydirs. possihllkles for business between tlic lumber Terr Urge if the, opportunity wig Tbc-innet of. 'There were ihouaands employed In these cam pa and; held out a open for dr.r-' and boot and enlah- the city... Good Roads f n' roads' over whioli lie (ravelled vhlcli. were five times bet- inr ihan the raoda-Jn Tit other like topics regarding which dif- ficulties have, occurred heretofore, were read and approved .by the JTUS-. lees. f_. Valuable conferences wlh primary leathers and othev siwciaj. "groupa after Le ales. The entrance proceeding. The sawmill at Courlenay. 13. has been aold to CJflTe and Matilon- aid _of Xcw Westminsier and it is thought, these gentlemen may erect a lios-rhaXins factory io conjunction, will) their mill. displayed at the fair there. for the late principal, Mr. Phillips, j R1.GW ,hGm to bUBC in who was in the war. he placed ;Sout., America by milk feeding In the Calbraitli l and that part of the expense necessary for Ihc same soltl'jer.rarmer dinicult lo know iokl-ng or bul were reported and 1 field oa rcgulirly recurring oriaulzatlon ol a special for average pupils was explilned ami approved. On the recommendation of tlie Sup- erinlendenl a request from the High j should be be raised among tlie puplla of. the va3 Iiudo school from subscriptions araont' them Inc3fi> h] pueEOS Aircs vvherc Mr I ranging from five to cents, UVarreiI ,0 fa'rm hc Mld jt ;ras 'so lhai each cbihV would (eel thai ho lh Sn OTfa to in'raising the Cheu Club Tbe chess club, on an application made In regard to the same, was given I (tie use of a room in the schon) for Its with the proviso that care IhaL the room ba lelt School staff vas granted, and author-j -in a-fit cbndillon as to ventilation and ity given by the board-Tor the organit- _ atton of Ihc high school daily program on an eight-period plnn-wUh equal t _ fd tbcrt n-as good work and Bltemoan. This ilone io the gracllnR of (he mails as to routes over a mniJntaln pass -iliey, were wonderful.1 T_h_t painted route Eigna all along the way. were pf-cnnsldcrable use. Tne importnnce of associating l.clh- bridge ivflh Ihc route to Banff from Ihe. Slates, was emphasized by Iho Rpeaker, in thai Banff vas so veil Rd- over Ihe and the tourist 'industry was a great "asset In Ihls connection in the city'i of Spokane there wa's sn arcragc of tiro to tii thousand a. day of motor tour- Hotel and Ncedi The need ot more hotel nccqmmoda- lion In th6 brought' ujt by Mr. Baaliiii, in Hi at, lack of accommo- lUUon both in this ind In houses pjtod a rtetrimcnl to people visii-l Ins to othere who Lo i-eilrle He felt that a hotel budt al p coil of from Co would he a great asset to Ihc cHy. This aum could be procured if some of .ihe local men would unite in forming a Joint stock, company for ihc purpose and selling the out- nlrte. In'reipect to the want of housing accomraoditlOT -in -the- city: attention drawn, lo housing scheme of Ihc Dominion governmenl and a query made' why lhe money provider! was nol javnitablc for In T.elhhrfdse. To Hardle lhat wnii EO In the fict thil lhe pro- vincial governmenl was not willing lo icr.ept the loan in regard lo the scheme from -Dominion goTirnmeiiL. A Ihila rceolullon in respect- lo tJie of the Jn lhe city [or provirilns for more housing acconi- Tnodction bp frimed and subiultled lo the prorruclpil IffglsUlnre for consider- all on al "Ihc'next wsalbn ad'opl- with the.CDmniliHlonera and Mr. committee'for Ibflt purpnae. '.Lind Office The need of a iahd lUlea offlcfi In thn city wis revived by Mr. Oeorge and ne waii.lohl that the hoard hurt; this for eomc lime m hand und IheWlter WIR belni proceeded with In cormpofidence with tfic provlnclil L the high school i dismiss H! 11.45 and rcuaemblo at j Mresrs. Wallace atid Scolt, wilh the'ldi Superiniendent. were Appointed a com- niittce lo deal with, _EUEEVlsliorij> for the C5labllEliiucnt of ni'ght classes anil lo Lake up this matter wllli the ecpiiratc' Bchool hoard with a view to securing friendly co-oue'raKon. The Superintendent was rcaucsted to secure complete data regarding sal- ary schedules tliat might help the board in Us cfTorls to'deal with the salary problem in n [air and business- like manner. Many other matters of Interest and much future importance were also dls- cuised'very freely, and Informally. It cleanliness Tor school use the next morning- In granting Llio request, Ihe opinion wag eicprecscil that Iho school buildings should be marie Available Cor .legitimate communit; uses. To Go To Winnipeg Tlic chairman o'r lhe rioarrt, Mr. Day- ;EOO, and Dr. Blach, Soperluleudcnt Schools, wero appointed at the meeting lo he delegates lo pre- sent in Winnipeg, al the educational conference to be held there on Oclob er 20-2S. IF YOU WANT TO GROW PUMl'KIiVS OF SIZBr FEED MILK "There is no limit to Hie size lo which a pumpkin cnn he said Lieutenant Warren who has Siaut pumpkins, to. make; a very "imall in- ci-iion below the first leaf in lln stim ihn p-j'mphln waa -.vheii II made its appearance nurl pn: in a. quill. Through' this every day a sauccrfu? of hiitfc''W'a5 injected with tho that'lliV immpXin in its growth assumed mamraotb iiroportiona beating even the sjperimeir under notice. Here n lip for wbo raise jiumpkins should they desire the all normal as lo EIZC .nnd so me thine tor would he ptiEjpkin -exhibitors should they wish lo surprise the crowd at local, or qlher fair ASTERS Half Price TO-MORROW Terrill Floral Co. NOTICE St. Augustin's and St. Cyprian's Hyllots lir.vo forwarilctl to ai! known iiarifhoners of St. AugUEUii's anil St. Cyi.rian'j lo cnaMp them lo VOTE FOR OR AGAINST AMALGAMATION OF THE PARISHES. Slioul'l anyono haiu been overlooked, vothig rards inny lie had from the wardons on appltuallon. Dnllots may be nurXcd. figned ai.J scnl lo any or lhe wardens before ihc L-IOEC- of Iho final meetings or brought to tbe raeethigi ivhicli are (o fe iicld at SI. Cyprian's aud St. ON MONDAY, THE 22r.d SEPTEMBER, and will lie open unlll 10 p.m. (o receive ualluts. Uo nol allow t-nrelessnesfi to iircvent your vote gelling in. REMEMBER THE NEXT WARDENS ST. FREEMAN, J. F. SIMPSON WARDENS ST. HARRON, J. R. WELLINGTON U. R. NEXT to a clean, place at WESTBROOK BROS. Barbers, Opp. Bank ot Montreal flspinwall Potato Diggsrs SOLD BY E. A. Sharman Co., I.H.C. Agents PHONE 1173 1233-1235 SECOND AVE. S. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA UNDERTAKING MACKAY and BELL 103 3rd Avinuc 1802 E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO i WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank ls probahle thai hereafter atlcrnatc a farm on the-Veterans' Colony at mcetlogs of [he hoard will be devoted .C'oaldalc. looking at the huge specimen TODAY CRABS SHMIPS HALIBUT SALMON PICKEltEL WHTTEFISH Tlw Vmcomr Full Market EAT MEAT Whilst the Prices Are Low i For To-morrow WE HAVE CHOICE BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND SPRING LAMB AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES BEEF Sirloin Rout, per ft. 30c Rwup 23c Rfl> Rout, per Ib.. 23c Ckick Rout, per Bi. 20c Beef, per Ib. 15c MUnON Let tl Muttm, It. 35c Skalder MotUt, Ib. 25c MittM, fc. I5c VEAL Fillet of Veal, per Ib. 32c Loin of Veal, per Ib, 25c Shoulder Roast, per Ib.'...........18c Breut of Veal, per Veal Shanks, per Ib, 08c' SPRING LAMB Hind Qurteri, Hi. 35c Front Ib.. 25c Pienk Ham, per ft. 35c Meat Market 310 THIRTEENTH N. DELIVERY BUSINESS RE-OPENING We beg to announce to the general public and to our patrons in particular that we are back into our new and commodious store premises on the old stand in the Oliver Block, Ready for business with a brand new stock. New Suits, New Overcoats, New Furnishings, New Underwear, bpught for cash at a high rate of 'discounts which places us in a most advantageous position to sell at prices defying competition. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED LOUIS KEEL Shop of Fashion Craft Clothes and the Fiorsheim Shoe Oliver Block, 318-5th Street, South I ;