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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL 'JHE LOCAL nB YOU EXPECT W THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERAUJ'S PAGE OF UVB LOCAL NEWS -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMI3EIV22, 'LETH1MUDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN DISTRICT COURT JUDGE tO HEM APPLICANTS FOR NATURALIZATION Judge Jackson Will Sit ill. Court -House For Four Days Early Next Month day Judge etc. Provided that no disability iitrposcd by subsection two o( section seven of "The Naturalization Act, shall Judgo Jackson will sit in tbe a person on thai ground house on each of the days commenc-} this certificate, ing, ?.nd including, Oct. 4th. Stb. Applicants should have and 7th, at ten o'clock to hear annMca-1 turns for certificates as to naturaliza- tion from persons who {.'iaim to be na- turalized by operation ot. law. and who are residents within tho judicial district ot Letbbridse inWder to on- line them io vote iu tile coining; liibition refereuduni.. Tliis applies to the whole district, which 'takes iu tho town a mU_-vi liases. outside the. city. Personal application in the city" and from tlicso localities must..D9-.inade uetore: hi a Honor: at Let b b rid ge on tho TbP. applications to women-whose husbands havp been This does not ;in constitute-their being Britlsh-'suUjects for tUo.'purpose of the DouiiuiotrEIe'c- tlons Act. Applicants for certificates should.produce to the Judge.the-cer- tificate hatiiralizalion of the-person such applicant claims to be naturalized and be prepared to proof of the facts en- titling such Applicant to uaturaliza- British subjects by birth 61; zatwh of.the'full age of 21 years, re- sident in Canada for at least twelve :e electoral district AppHc certificate the Judge it approved. copy of to be signed by Ulan and Worrian Took it From Lefhbridge and Crossed Border The mlsslng_ Nasfi 'belonging :tcr Br Th6 Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mlchaella.) It must be great to.be versed In fersalitity; I used.to have au thii'Et to Iry each Blunt I'd see. I longed to run 'a 'peanut Bland. 1 hoped to ivrtto a book; also wished to. try iny haud at learning how to cook. In sports over was the same, I iiaufcer- ed to excel; from polo' wild to check- ers tame, I craved to do 'em well. 1'ut when I'd come to forty-odd, I woeful- ly confessed that I had bitten off much more' than I could well digest. My peanuts not roasted right, my boob'was rather nor'we're jay WILL ASK FOR TENDERS AGAIN TV. A. Buchanan, W.P. receiv- ed advice from Ottawa this morning that tenders would agajn be asked for the rural mull routes out of LclhlmJge. Previous tenders have been filmed by tba deyart- meul, because tbe price' was too high. MAM PBfiQPCQQ mrminu MIUUULUU With Of- ficials at Advertising Soon siild: "Let high-brow ohaps in varied, fields aspire; they may consider such things, snaps; I'm ready to retire.. Hoiiccfo'rth, Friend Versatility may wander galley-west, but I will bead ihy energy.tc-.doitig onb tliiug best. Some "men niay lika "six jobs combined and eighteen' kinds' of mighty mind to-just one tasU each j Aod-since I've settled on this plan, I find things move 0. K. I've .raffled off: my pea- nut-van and chucked-my book av.'ay. And now I cook .with careless ease I bond bylaw. The trip to Edmonton never reached .before, till, folk-collect Chairman T.'W; Crofts and Chief En to sniff the breeze-that-issues from Within the next two days members "of the board of .trustees of the Leth bridge Northern' Irrigation districl ex pc'ct. to commence advertising their months, and wherein sucb person seeks to vote for atilpast two months Immediately .pre- ceding the Issue-of the writ of elec- tion, which in the case of the prohibi- tion referendum was Afiril 29tb last. 'Any Indian -who has servsd in the Naval, Air forces of Can- 'ada will entitled, to. vdte unless otherwise disqualified.1 the purposes, of this Act, the allegiance or nationality of a person, it was nt the birth of such per- son shall be deemed incapable of be- ing chaiised, or of having been chang- ed, merely by reaspn or.in conse- quence ot marriage or .change of al- legiance or naturalization of any other person, or otherwise than by personal naturalization of siich first mentioned person. Provided, this subsection shall not apply to any per- son born, on'the f continent of North America, nor to any person. who in person applies to. and obtains from any-Jiidge havinrj; jurltiiction'in na- turalization proceadin'gf a" certificate under the hand ot such judge aiid the seal, it any, of. his jourt, to the effect following; To all -Khom.it may concern 'This is to certify that from evidence submitted before me, I am' satisfied that A B of...........in the province is a' person naturalized as a British subject, by operation of law, who, hut for such naturalization or for any-dis- ability, contained in the ".The Natural- ization Act, is qualified and wbijld be entitled at the date of the Issue of this certiflcate to bo person- ally naturalized Jn Canada. Dated with and a a old j hat: rebelled at'.aH'that Perhaps l.'have 'but-hero- with that.all chlet de- light I find'in doihg'Qne thirfg'best. my (door. So I'anr s'uro. that as-for'- specialising pays, Irieave all I.eech has besii ana; a list and, night from the 'Sheriff there.'.'-.The car according to tlio one which stolen night of Sept. 9th last. With 'the" ;ear, iheld under suspicion with being'concerned getting away with are a man i woman, alleged to be his'fwife. The party in question was'a floater who came :into the-city, and for ten days previous to September 9th, on which day the car disappeared from iu front of- the Sherlock Block, employed by the McLean Tran: He is alleged to have gone by the Quintard and- has the alias ot Cameron. When last seen tho car was at Great Falls on -Tuesday of last week, the driver haying..broken the trail on'tlio way to e's- cane detection. It was apparently driven from Missonia tn Butte. The information that a car answering to the description of the missing car, together with the occupants, was ob- tained by Dr.' Leech at" Greai Palls, where he .was on tiia trail of the' car, having, been nine days- in Montana hoping it.. On.Sattirday.last the doctor traToliejl .over 3CO miles, 70': towns', rnasing en- quiries as to the car. Except in Great Falls and" Havre.'he found ;that the police were ignorant--as. to--the fact that the car'.had'been'stolen and were only made aware of It in searching their files where the theft with the description of the car., was located in a memorandum. All. the'- Rotarians and were working the.ef- fort pr'.-'Leech owes its locating 'In a-very, large measure-to these.efforts of ck, was ot :the Rainbow hotel' 'ransfer.j at Great: service in heljilng in the recovery of stolen Nash. Dr.-. Leech gave him the description of the occupants of the' car, as obtained- by him at Great he sent out about 150 telegrams to all the" various .points" where they would be likely to call to look out for' them. ln-the car was the whole shooting equipment belonging to Dr. Leech, who .had boon out the previous day shooting. In addition to this there were his medical and some expensive rugs, to the tola- value In all of about ?700. These appear to have .beaa.-solii Dr. Leech has to go down to Hytto to- identits the car, in, the locating ofi which ho hasibeen-put to considerable .expense aod loss of. time. Private and instruction for adults and children in ball folk and athletic dancing. Lethbridge Conserva- tory of Music PHONE 765 VfilLij LIM1TE6 HOME OF "CANADA'S BEST" Why not exchange that musical instalment you do not use for one you will use? A name which: has al- ways had, the confidence of the Housewife, lneer Huckleslon was successful und now further word'is waiting from To- This government officials werelagree- able to the .changes in the bylaw rec- ommonded' .by the -Toronto lawyer: and fact has "heen communicate! :o 'Toronto- with-some recommenda tions. They are slight and word i expected-today Tor onto: advising .that th iyyers agree bylaw. -Following this'a Special meeting p the.'board pt truVtees will be held-t consideri'tjie bylawr-and order the ac vertislpg. of it "according .to the Irri '.ct. This Advertising mus 'for fourteen .days befor the' LOCAL BOY. GOES TO COLLEGE Glenn 'H. LatnVop, son' of Mr, and Mrs. 0. T> Lathrop, left on Monday for Puflman Col- lege, Washington, to enter for a 'three year course "in agrlcuLtilre. Glenn is a product.of the Leth- bridge schools, Haying been in at- tendance for ;tric ten years, and his activities >at Pullman wilt be 'red Kenny, C. P. R. Telegraphs Manager is Transferred to Calgary as Traffic Chief After having been a resident of iCthbridjjo continuously for 31 years, ed Kenny, local manager of C.P.R. ary where will tako over els new uties as trainc cbiet iu tba district ifiices there.- The promotion which has coma to r. Kenny is well merited. Slany KENNY- years ago he joined tbe C.P.R. organ Nation and was telegraph operator n the railway department. He then went to the iA. R. an'd I, company as chief dispatcher which position lie WORK RESUMES AT MICHEL MINES (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNJE, Sept. Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company report that work has been resumed at Michel and no cessation of work has taken place here on account of any difficulty arising between the U. MVW. of A. and the Q.'B. U. over ths check-off 'agreement between the operators and the U, M. W. of A. under which the mines are being operated. with the telegraph department of the C.P.R. for elaM years, ever since the amalgamation. Once during bis years as telegrapher he broke awcy, bavins jeen secretary-treasurer of the West- ern Warehouse and Transfer Co. for position when that company changed hands. Mr. Kenny !a tho last member re- maining in Lethbridge of an honored. old family. The Keniiys came .to Letbbridge in 1S89, and the departure ot Sir. Kenny will be another break in the ranks of the old timers. While residing hero Mr. Kenny hae taken an interest in the affairs of many institu- tions. He -has been a state officer of the: Knights "of Cclnmbus for years. For 12 years he was a member of the board of the Separate School, holding the position of chairman and secretary. He has always taken ail active Interest In promoting amateur sport ID the city, and was a member of' famous lacrosse and baseball teams' some years ago, Mr. Kenny has seen tho telegraph system here grow to be the third most office in the province, and d'uring tlio time he has beeti local manager- he has worked unceasingly to give the best service possible, so that his many friends will bo pleased to hear of his promotion. Mrs. Keuiiy, who is also a Leth bridge old timer, family will accompany ifr, Kenny to take up re- sidence in Calgary.; A miller at Chapman, Kan., drove Into n field where was har- vesting wheat, took, two'bushels, rush ed it to his mill, bad it Aground into flour, took the flour homo mid his wife made biscuits from it all reudy Iu eat in 55- minutes from the time Local .liberals are making arrange- ments reception to lead- er. HOD. MacKenzie King in Letb- bridge on October 19. They expect ta obtain the Majestic Theatre for the occasion. At a meeting ot Liberals last night a committee was appointed to make arrangements. Among those on tha Mnimiuee are Messrs.'aehi, Lov- er lug. Landry, Ed. Kennedy, Brown. and. more will, be added. Efforts will be made la Interest out- side points in the coming affair anil 6 that end outside points will be rep- resented'on organization mittee. Ask the Person NIGHT Evtnjn'g Classes have starlet) far.inc.'Fall Term ,aVid M'pHpAY and OAY'Stvciitng eseh to Indlviduar instruction Is given in.the following subjects: SHORTHAND, 'TYPEWRIT- IN3', BOOKKEEPING, BUSI- NESS ARITHMETIC, PENMAN- SKIP. BUSINESS LETTER WRITING, SPELLING, ENG- LISH. If you arc employed during the day this Is your opportunity to Improve your education by evening study and thus make success easier of attainment.' Call at our office, talk the matter over and arrange to start any Monday or Thursday BUSINESS COLLEGE 413 8th St. South, Leihbridge. bfffce 1315, Res( 1631 Ask. lit About It, Our. Proposi- tion Will Interest You. LIMITED HULL held for five years. He'has now been the wheat was In the field. Leihbridge School District No. 51 NIGHTCLASSES The Board of Trustees of the above-District..' beg to announce that Night Classes will be organ- ized on both North 'and South of the' C. P. R. to COMMENCE MONDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1920. These classes will he held Monday and Thurs- day evenings in each week from 4th of October, to 'March 29th, 1921, and it is' proposed to com mence with the' following subjects: BUSINESS ENGLISH AND CORRE- SPONDENCE SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING MINING CLASSES MOTOR MECHANICS SHOP ARITHMETIC ELEMENTARY COURSES IN ENG- LISH, ARITHMETIC and CIVICS CHINESE CLASSES Other subjects wilt bo added If requested and sufficient appli- cations are_ received for the same. Tlie Board of Trustees invito tlie co operation of all Trades. Uuions, Kmployers and overy person Interested In making these classes sticcesslul Unroliucnt will bo made at the Central school OB the evening of Friday, October Istrtrom 7.30' to S.30. (Sfld.) J. E. HODGSON, B.A., i. Superintendent TO REACFI SETTLEMENT Tho fourth adjournment of the Hani seit case, la which Charles Hansen It Tgert with speeding and BO occa- sioning the collision with the car oj Mrs, Geo. MacLeod, took place af Ihe city pollco court oq morning, When the" case came utf again; being remanded to the 24th. The of the adjournment, ask- ed for by C. F. Harris on "behalf of II an sen. was in order that tbe cas< shbuld stand over until some settle- ment was made between the parties for the payment of damage done ,'tq the car of Mrs. MacLeod. A -New York World cableVlndlcateV a fall in the price of automobiles in England, due to supply .catching, up! with demand. A well-known catenas been reduced to DON'T FORGET The only place where you caa eet yoiuyihoDS repaired by rrao; tical yshoemakora Is-at Hulton -Perkins 41BA Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors E. of Colonial Theatre every day. Docs it pay to try and find Ijet- ijrcttu ilian UUFM. Try a loaf and let yoijr homo folks answer. HOME MADE BREAD, .pAKES AND PA'STHY -.It's a good: all-year-round drink be- causo it's so .tasteful and.eihllaratlng. It's a particularly good summer drink ,.because lt'9 so cool nad refreshing, it's Its snappincss, its pleasing! 'bouquet and flavor will win your an- proval and, make tho practice of asking ifor'.it habitual. At all fountains' ;th6 case direct from us. foil.lino of soft flftyors. If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need and if he cannot supply you let US liaVe his name. People that have used It say It is" good and como back for more and you will do the same. All tho .leading grocers In Iho clly'aro handling this fine ot tatter. Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 THE NATIONAL FOOD Is more ice.cream consumed In America than In any other continent on iarth. Mayoo thai Is why the people of America aro the healthiest and hardiest nation ot tho world be- cause Ice cream is tho healthiest food you can Uko Into your system- it contains moro ntitrttiva elements than tho system demands and In more gen- erous proportion 3. It Is the Nallonat'Food hocausa It Is the food of all classes. It tho banquet table, It Is the dessert for tho rich, as well as the worklngman. It Is the relish of tho children whether iened in tie home, at the eoda fountain or in Iho penny cone, The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made Is j.. Crystal Ice Cream MADE BY M CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 :AN1SH THE VOTING "YES" I'll BE HAD IF YOU DO Shall the lmporta: tlon or bringing of Intoxicating liquors Tnto the Province be forbidden? Shall the Importa tlb 1; :lbn of bringing Bf' ufcfV W intoxicating iliftibra fTit' I into the Province be 'lu n fnscrtcd by SoclAf'SotTlco: n ;