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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD'S PAGE OF LOCAL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBRUKJE, SECOND SECTION PAGE NOTED AUTHORESS FLAYS DRIKK TRAFFIC IN STIRRING ADDRESS; A BIG GATHERING AT WESLEY CHURCH Jlrs. Nellie McClung Puts For- k ward Strong Appeal for Vote of Women Talk is what Mrs. Nellie MtCluxs Premier Stewart, which was to tho effect that it an overwhelming major- ity is given on October he will make cleanup of the province. During her closing remarks she spoke ot an approaching large immi- gration lo this country. She quoted figures to compara the size of Canada Rhyming Optimist (By He !s tho boy wb.6 tiles the cake. Cabriele Nick Carter seems a dismal fake oeside the history Gabe can make when he puts on a show. For he can skiu 'most any chap at put Fiume upon the map, and kept up quite a lively ecrap for sunny Ilaly. The glad youths nocked into his train, for. he- was never'slow. They did not ask hi ox to explain, tut cheered him on" with might and mftin, they joyed to see him go! He courted death, on -airy calllnz. Ihroueh. the sky; Cars Available To Ship Grain Department of Agriculture Gives Intimation to Farmers of Province !o, so iwilh other countries end to give BU a-_larEe-zatheriuE-, in idea of the room tUere_ Is for plenty [hureh Sunday night. Bhe spoke I more people. fc h[ b t k liero ou behalf of the proiilbiliMi cam- if they wanted a clean coanlry ,inr wen Mtou.kod appealed to the voters to these new tithed, .to come to. to tire? thtuk ot the old and the youus. Ihol Tttj, audience represented many I once ae thought it fine, adjacenti points. People from Purple! so uo his scimetar and in Springs, Coaldale, Barons, etc., were a suiffy moiur car goes where tho !u the audience. The offertory toj ,vaj-te shine. The girls are help defray the expenses of the cam-, glaj lo ,earn n{ that for lBej. ate palgn amounted to S250.35. j 8trong [or nim; ne makes their heart A visit from Mrs'. Nellie McClung isigo pit-a-pat like Mr. Casey at the bat. eak and the coining generation hen they cast their on Out-' icr 25. .The body of ihe church was crowd- d and the gallery fairly so whL'a Mrs. IcCIung began to speak. After teil-I ug the people she was pleased to be Lethbridgo in the Interests of uro- Jblllon she traced tho progress the ntl-liquor forces have made' during he past few years. Sho spoke of her Orst campaign in Manitoba when banish the bar was the Vlogan. Then a deputation appeared he- lore the Manitoba government and tho premier praised tho bar as a great ave- pue for social intercourse amoiig men. 't A Milestone Kach advance of the prohibition farces Sirs. McClung characterised as t milestone and the closing of the bars was one that could be takfiu as read. [Tha speaker told a story about Insur- hncu out that a iion-drink- fr is i-oiisldered a far belter prospect Jhan'a drankard'-Iu the eyes of insur- .compatiTes: Some people have said, she con- .ended, that prohibition workers should couduct an educational cam- aign and'allow sentiment to, change poiulitions. Public Opinion has to be pryslallsed, she maintained, and in brfler tc do this the laws have been changed. Mrs. McClung realised that law Is a school master that Is often JriliciBei! and tliut is unpopular. "Tlid liquor traflit: is ono thing that toes not. IcudJtself to reasonable re- she said-while discussing Jhe laws goyenijng liiter-provincial irailic. Thisla'w, the speaker contend-' >d, is often broken. People are not tontor.t quantity ot liquor Ihe law Following this she )trongly condemned some doctors. Doctors trafBo CLOSE STORES AT NOON WEDNESDAY On the occasion of the open- Ing ot the Letnbridge-Coaldale fair, Wednesday, Sept. 22, the stores will be closed at twelve 't o'clock Instead of at one. feeble fry compared to this D'Anuun FINED FOR WRONGFUL' 2io we are glad ot It! THey i PARKWG OF A are far less spectacular, devoid of temperament; bat many of a tempera- mental star in home li'o has knowu to spar and balk at paying rent. D'Annun- always ail event .and wherever she] though their mammas look grim1. His goes sue is assured of a representa-' merit no one would deny; In fact, we live audience. The two churches in i must admit our men seem" rather which she spoke yesterday in the city' were well filled and the messages were received with great interest. In tho United Church, North Leth- bridge, Mrs. McClung said 'that If there was one, lesson that the warj zio is quite 0. 1C for lands effete and has taught It is-this, "Force is futile.'" old, but In our gold U. S. A. we'd Force settles nothing. Hearts and say his stunts were grandstand play minds cannot be changed by It. God and we would quit him cold-' does.not work that way. Equally clear is the teaching that the world is mov- ing 'toward the rule ot tho people. Autocracy has had its day and has gone. It Is well for the nations to see which way Cod is moving and begin to take things out of His.way. "Pre- pare ye the way o'f the Lord, make His paths straight." .Now that the rule ot the people is coming, It be- The Department of for the- province haff iuformed by tie C.P.R. that railway company has a larg? lurplus of awaiting loading, and in view ot the heavy crop grain to be shipped thera if a pros- pect ot a cat shotrtase in the 8Msoa. With miad, the de- partmeat urges fannera and. grain shipjwn to ship as much. grain aa posaTole to the heid ot the lakes dur- ing the present month. In ursine this department ..Is not in any way adrlsing farmers to sell their grain atrthe present time. This Is a milter >hlch each man must decide for himself. Meanwhile what is intended to be a wholesome in the prospect of a conges- tion of grain, Is" siren so that farm- ers and others may not be up against a ear shortage in the future.. Continue Lease Of Eckstorm Park ]ity Commissioners Prop- osition to Erect Hangar in the City insing'of Jlqupr was placed in the mis of doctors and the speaker said, any people thought that the doctors Jvcre nil honorable but it was discover- jiil that solue degraded themselves. CAR At the city police on Monday, Gas Johnson was fineS i2, with costs, fop parking his than H feet from the intersection ct-street and avenue. For using a spotlight.; on his car Caridray TonetB was fined }2 with coats'. REGISTRATION FOR REFERENDUM rue o comes a matter of vital concern that j Big Rush at Last moment at the the people should bo fit for self-rule, sober, law-aMding, honest and kindly. Whatever militates against this con-' dition must go if.we would have a safe civilization. Illiteracy and drunken- ness may he tolerated by an autocracy. illiteracy, and drunkenness ore autocracy's stronghold, But they have no place In an age when the people are ruling.. One reason for the apathy and. even ol many gobd-.people to the -present struggle against the liquoi' traffic is they hate not progressed with.- the times. Failing to climb on board of: the" chariot of progress, it has passed-them by and now they find themselves sittingiby the roadside of protest' them "are making is the' making to regain their breath.' They think' they 'are are simply only chok- ing. .The times demand It South Side Registration Booths The total registration in the city for the coming prohibition referendum was This was tlic final count at tho closiug of tho offices at riino o'clock on: Sat- urday niglll. Of this total men's and wo- men's 323. On the soiilh side tlie total registra- .ion was 1.47S, made up of men SS'J, and women total registration was 894, made of men and-women 534. In the mirnb'cr" registered there vi'erc included''53 who obtained certi- flcotes'for advanced poll, that Is polls to bo opened in advance of the refer- endum dale'' enable those who have bona fide cause that they Jirs, McClung characterised "ecn saw'tnat TiroJiiDilipn causes rating liquors as a great evil threaten- unrest. It doer because sober men )ns civilization. Very seldom does. Anyone come out and openly defend Jhe liquor traffic, said the speaker, anil lor that reason she considered the op- position to "the prohibition forces so Jmall Hint they could bo ignored, The speaker said people aro agreed Jlint conditions nou- aro worse than trier, to January 1920, when the inter- fcrovincial law was allowed again "Do you want to give Alberta the tlmnce to rule Us internal affairs? Do you want to give the government a tuance.'to control the liquor jiskcd appealing o the voters to mark their ballots for Jiroliibition on October 25. _ Assist' Police The speaker appealed for assistance Jo the police; .'Owing to the imlifter- tnce manifested by the citizens it is Impossible for any police force to broperly control tho liquor traffic, she laid. She told her audience that It is Sip to the .citizens lo get out and give llie 'police roiimating 9 tons. Unfortunately a .he moment, the -railway compaule late not'a specified tariff covering thl> material, and the best that Opt Glenn has been able to set in th line of freight U approximate) (2 per 100 pounda In carload lots Angus, Out., to Lethbridge. The Tain oC the nangar approximately with ai regard's labor to erac It No special foundations proTidlnB there is gooi heavy soil for a base to take the sere form the anchorage the structure. No definite action wa taken, the council awaiting further in. formation.. At the request of the L.A.A.A. th %at Is Itf Arrives Wednesday; Great Concern About Surprise Package Jreat Care Taken in Transpor- tation from C.P.R. (o Exhibi- tion Grounds "What It itt" It it the exhibi- tion grounds. It arrived over the C. P. R. Saturday afternoon and was taken to the fair grounds un- der cover of darkness. "What is la still shrcwded in mystery, No one Is allowed near it except ths of the committee of the Rotary Club who have charge of it' Under a guard of three- men th- beast reached the city. Frcm the line o' its arrival "onlll It was remov- ed from its car it devoured one hind quarter ot beef. The quarter was not cut up for it, the guards throwing the whole chunk into the cage for the animal. It kept Its appetite up all day Sunday and the Rotarlans.are finding it an oipensive job to feed it. No chances were taken when trans porting the heast from the C. P- R. yards to the exhibition grounds. A enthusiastic Hotariana were on the job. No lights were used. car had been spotted at a convenient place- and a heavy truck up to the doer. The cage was slid onto It and away jenl "'What is it" to Ita place at the fair grounds to wait the curious eyei of the public. All during the week-end busy Rolar- ians worked at the miin building of the fair whipping ,it into snipe. Booths were erected and as each committee got going it BOOH developed that more than one surprise await the citizens of Lelhbrldge and Coalclale- districts aud, in fact all the south. Rotarlan Arthur Baalim, is going to make everybody eat ducks for a week. following the parade the Lethbridge baseball team will meet the fast ag- gregation from Raymond :ind on. the following afternoon at 2 o'clock Coal- i dale and will play with championship game following. The parade will leave in front of the R. C. M. P, quarters on Fourth Avenue 1.30 p.m. and will proceed down to Fifth Street, to Third avenue, to Eleventh street, Seventh avenue and the fair grounds. Prospects are getting brighter every day for a siic- cessful parade. It was announced morning that a large nunber of teaau will bo in It. The judges for the parade are: Judge Jackson, Mr. Susgttt and Snp- erinterfelrat ppnnefather; for floats and for the decorated cars, Mrs, Ritchie, Miss Tilley and Mrs. Kair field. of Eckstorm Park will be con-1 He has secured seven hundred live tinued to the association for another year. The application of P. J. Collins, sec- retary of Uie for the use of the exhibition grounds on the night of Thanksgiving Day, and the closing J together. day: of the convention of the Union j However H Plenty of Work In South Country Still the cry is going out for men for the1 south country. During Hhe past week one hundred and twenty placements were'made-in thb'LTeth- brldge branch of the provincial .labor bureau. Ninety men' went out'as of threshing gangs. Following are the placements: Six stookers, 90 threshers, 2 separator men, 2 plumbers, 1 cook, 7 laborers, Come Back TheAirRdate During her slay in the city Mrs McClung visited with the Rev. T. D rind Mrs. Jones. She lett.for Calgary by the. early train {Monday morning She'has. raised for the league during the last eight days some -and has committed herself to a program to help cover the balance of expenses ducks and a bunch of young pigs, all with good lungs, and he promises ev- eryone a dnck, providing'you win it. He claims he is going to make more fun than all the rest of the fair put _______ ..otarlan Davidson Is not of Alberta municipalities, was referr- savjng but is doing a lot of smil- ed to the board of the eihihltion as: inj nc js responsible for the looth aoclatlon.. rn the northwest corner of the bulld- The right of using the pavilion on the night of Sept. 29th, asked for by the Ladies' Aid of Gait hospital, was referred to the-control committee. A telegram >was received from the Deep, Waterways and Power Association, urging that the ciljCgend delegatea to the convention to in Toronto on, October 4th1 and 5th. It was'pointed out convention .was important at thelpres- ent time, in that it.was proposed to dlacuag waterway development as an offset to tie increased railway rates. The ratepayers of subdivisions Fair- view, Parkview and Queen Victoria Park petitioned tha council for light and sidewalks. The matter was re- mayor for consideration as to light, and to the commissioner of public workR as to-sidewalk; Four whiskey stills were left in Tennessee church where revival serv- ices were being held. Does It Pay? y you to put in your .time sapping your energy, spoiling your completion, and your dls- poaltion baking in a hot kitchen when you can get such wonder- fully good bread from us fresh every day. Does it pay to tr7 .Mid nnd bet- ter bread than ours. Try a loaf and let your home folks answer. ing and what he is to hive in'it sure should cause a pre diets he will be' awarded' nrsV'rirlze for the district eioibits.uut he will not divulge from what. district the ex-! hiblt caine from. Stores will close Kednesday at 12 o'clock noun in 'cooperation .with'the Rotary Club in bringilfg jiiv everj'one's atfcntion.. At'threo ncloclc KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South HOME DON'T FORGET The only place where you can' Bet your shoes repaired' by prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S, of Colonial Theatre BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY Yields in the IrrlgatedvdistrlcL at Coalclale are showing quite a spread. 1 steam engineer, 5 muckers, 4 min-! involved. After further meetings In ers, 1 mine machinist's l' Calgary sh'c will procced.lo the P.eace stationary engine fireman. Seven liien! River country and will travel back to came from Medicine Hat, nino from I Buinonton from the far north by Aero- Vancouver, two from Xelson nnd; ono j .with Capt. Hay, -who has been from Winnipeg, that aro not shown in carrying mall nnd attending n number the above figures. of fairs in tho Peace River country. In the women's department six took wl" fne first lady to travel jobs as cooks, and at present vacan- cies are on the books for housemaids, housekeepers, chambermaids and cooks. from Peace River to Edmonton by the 'air route. people. She blamed' this trait of hu- j pan nature for the fact that so many Brantfo'd to late people aro making their living off illicit liquor traffic.. Sho referred, to a promise matle by Major Ballacbey. Ranchers! Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice, The Yale 212 FIFTH 8TREET SOUTH Where Demand. and Good Crops Meet "There You Always Find Young" Ho locates the spot. He sells the stock. He has Btlll locations for a. considerable number ot carloads. Write or wire him, John H. Young, B.A: 1109 Portage Ave.f Winnlpeo OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL St's good all-year-round drink be- cause It's so tasteful and exhilarating, ilt'a a particularly good, numnior drink ibecause it's so cool nad refreshing. It's its tnappiness, Us pleasing ibouquet and flavor will win yonr ap- troral And make the practice of asking It habitual. At all fountalni or by the direct from fc _ 'A full lino of soft Mivon. New Brand "OLD CHIEF" BRAND CREAM- ERY BUnfiR It not, ask youi' -grocer for this brand.the next time you need butter yHiid'if he cannot supply, you let us have his name. I'eople that have used it It-Is good and come back for and you will do the same. All. .the leading grocers In the city are handling this fine brand ot butter. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. L'ETHBRIOCE, PHONE Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not be hard on your clothing. "When done properly, prasalng and sponging-will-make your garments wear longer. Why not. have your pressing don'e' by the newoat pro- cess. Our prices ara reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned ...........J1.W Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed................75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET WORTH PHONE 1770 BANISH THE BOOTLEGGER BY VOTING "YES" ICE CREAM THE NATIONAL FOOD Is more ice cresui consumed In America thun in any other continent on ;arlh. Maybo that la why Iho of America tiro the healthiest and hardiest nation ot the world be- cause fbe cream is the healthiest food you can lake-lnlo your It contains more nutritive elements than the system demands and in more gen- erous proportions. National Food becaum It is the food ot all classes. It the banquet table, it is the dessert tor the rich a< well ai the worklngman. It U the relish of the children whether served In the home, the fountain or In the' puny cone. i Jhe Best and Purest Ice Cream Made Is Ice Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 YOU'LL BE GLAD IF YOU DO Shall the itripc.rta. lion, or tef Intoxicating liquors Mil Into the Province be "u forbidden? Shall the Importa- tion or bringing Intoxicating liquors 1nt6 the Province be forbidden? m i Inserted by Social Lcagae ;