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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta j The Herald's of j Live Local 3LetbbrI6ge 'Ifoeralb i All The Local News You Expect It TUESDAY, SEPTKMBEll 23. 191U LKTJiBHinGK. AUJBIVfA. p ILIMINAISRllllOfFliiSlAGE Arrangements For Transporta- tion Calls For Finish at -1.30 As previously announced It lias been let it- Association will be presented la iho fortunate winners by Judgu Jack- son promptly at lhc conclusion of ilic meet, tomorrow alleruoon. Arrangement B have been made with Commissioner Freeman under which Iho school tliELdren vill be necessary (o run off a number of Ibe lo pay for street car transportation si-tool athletic prior to thelimly ono way. The special cars will field OU11E pointed io take the matter in hand. iloriic-la as to the feaslbilily of Ihe same and I rr' rtllu j lhc attaclied lo It. and to Ialc of Lcllibridgc. conceircil port this ancrnoon at a meeting called i as 0[ (or UmL pnmose. The sub-JoramU-l j'an leo is comiioseil or tbe mavor tbe c- Thcy colorctl oiaii pointcj lo tht- he had sctureil. wjirwili'd lake them to Ihc Suites wiihout Che PQiallest jiitiuturo anJ wiihout even ILc BUKpEt'loa of utigitio irouble. The three young men ttll over oiic I in coiupllDiPiitiiiE; KcnnoJy on j Ihe results of his Butrr-ssful work j proceeded to lavish gilis. in ihe way of fJ t-ath from-two of itieiti, vliilu ttie third contented himself merely J ivitll a show nf gratiiuite and admira- j lion al Lbe ingenuity of his colorpa j Iritmi. Tlie ihree proceeded io J lliclr long ride, wht-u ihe polk-o forlh and it was a case or "V.omeljfj !y always taking the joy ot life" in the case oC Ihe young men. Tiio} were conveyed lo the police instead of ihe States and t barbed wlili Hit LltempL to a police cur I for which they were rcniamlotl to ap- i J S before the on Friday. 'jt; St. Augustin's and St. Cyprian's Amalgamate by a irajon.v priuUrdlly seven at SI, Cyprian's dur- lo ono. i he ii; ions of Si. Au-i ilit mouili ot and Ru.siJH and .-ii. f'j-pfiaji cK-flaivJ JM St. Jur-ius November. H) lavor of tin- ot ihe two i ihiU ihc i correlations will have Iho parishes In Lul3ui taken fur the lopiKinumiy ol deciding as LU which. on Monday. There wore Irlimvii Is Iu be tiiosen for the uniied in'tr three hundred voles :i 'ttrvices of the new parish nnill n '.iikkcd majority of lhc scheme.) permanent iite is decldtd ou and Tin' o vvs: votes roRiiiprctl were as Meanwhile the three young men arc lingering iu Ihu provincial jail. Spoilt l.i AiiouUng 10 lhc roiuU ot ilie vot- ing. LliL- now will her known as Si, AugusiinV Services will Ue church built. The proposed sliu jof the new which, meets with I lavor is on the lots on lllli SI. ;md 10 lilh Avc. S., owned by ihc. city nuJ. 1 the uQYornracnl as an armory site, if ihc exchange of Iho same Igr tlic lotM on lllh St. und -Ith AVP. ownnl tiy St. Ansnstin's can be successfully negoiluicd. DaHsc car Visil is Undcr.slood To JJe In Connection Wilh Soldier llc-Eslablislimcnl GOLF Tlie reiiillp nf luc onen ehainiiioi'- of the .Medicine Hat Coll Club. played lasl were us TOJ- lovv's: Tt. It. Kvans, [Irsi. vvitli (or -1 find J. Jtoyd. second, A raij on an opium den by lhc city QB mavor ana, %yilllout U u A J Messrs. D.E. Harris, L. SI. Jihnstone, I tllfi cooi-; in KdinoiUoii Colin MacKinlusli anil II. T. Drynmcr. a motor car in lie city s 'to convey Lhcii; somli. Vnr According (o word reccivrd hy Presi- dent of tlie 1'rc- inlcr Sic wart leaves Kdinonton on Thursday for Ottawa. A meeting of Un.s been tomorrow llolli these boys in Lcth- j bruughl Joe Oecrgc. who on lhc date ot Ihc Mcdlrine ur lst Avc.. as keeper Hai inter club Ilireo wcctB or sa.uc. MUI, Yc-f ami Mali 8BO. From ivhal we hear of the Mcill- jsill_ beloro Majistralc Irwin Hat cour.w. Kvaus muft buve.-OII Tuesday morning, togullicr wicli played goll o[ feal call- o[ Ibe opium bre. On Tuesday morning a photic mes-1 f o ,nge and under 1C years ol age. ttiui nnscball Norm mi nelghegan ,he cosc agaillsi !t.; Drutc. 6 In.; Lawrence Oil. 210 It.. G of Chris '1 thai he; iii nSvecinE lo Hie These are to he filled in iiidividiutlly. "lA-OIWli, -Mail., Qlh- was TIQt dOlllr his dUlv to his (r> IIP. rnrwarrfnl tn nil-iv Loflcr-' KtllB an'd that bo was'at1 to Oltav Ihe Flas is not' HUN TROOPS TO REMAIN IN BALKAN PROVINCES Raseball 'fh.ror Alice Radley. (L; Molly ColpmaTi. 142 It. a In.; Flor- ence .Miles. 135 ft. 9 in. Hloh School Doys, Junior. Ith which the father said.lmil her caused some (ruth fulness. The defence by J. It. Painter. Wltli lhc hearing of the case' or a.v been given ucav-orine to draft u measure llial main flrancc'or Ihc Fair Grounds 5 lo ber Set around lhc senate's objections. IU Lbal l10 Knf W. acquaint the three hjs been (iroiiosc'd to recr.acl Ilia -VOU1IB wc-n thai all was'in readiness u 'u.W- tcr. J5 (L 3 In.: Scltier, 15 ft. 2 In.; Crpzierl.13 It. Ji in. Pole Norman Gciser. c it. C Ibis wife by beating her, in.; Ualca, G ft. 3 In.; Arthur Ahrcns IvfUh lhc IEK ol K ai and Jack Jotinson Lied for 3rd, will be rim ott Tuesday. j. lla-sball Alvin Bates, 227 proj: nicasurc of lasl sessiou, which pro- vWcd for Ihe proliiuatinn ot the im- liorlation. manufacture anil itiicrpro- saull agalnel Mike Szoloean; in ivlilcli I "incial traffic for V> months after Ihe he is chanced on j proclamation of peace, viso lhat sny province ind which is before tbe court, lhc sessions icrc will cjose. Mr. Justice Hyml- inan leaves this afternoon. The cer for the signal aboard lor Dixie." ETcrythlne like, clock work. The lliree mnn [eUJ. iilU) the sclicme arranged all the innocence and II. 5 in.; D. H. Seltzer, 167 ft.; Arthur 168-11. 8 'in.- Shot Bates; 24 (I, 7 In.; H. SclLier, 23 ft. 5 1-2 in.; Xorinan 22 It. 6 In. Tlunning High Bates, 1 It. C in.VN'orman Geiger, (t. 0 in.; Jack II. 11 in. BoyA; Running Ilroad A Rid- 'rath 17 Tt. 7 1-2 io.; Cecil Hutlon, 17 ft. 1 In.; Qco. Youns, 16 ft. 7 1-2 in. Shot Rldpath 33 fl. 3 in.; YoUTif, 33 ft. 9 1-2 in.; M. Bale- man, ft. 8 2 In. Hop Step and REdpatn 36 ft. 1-2 In.; Cecil Hutlon, 3S II. 3 in.; Geo. Young, 35 ft. 5 in. Flunrilnc High Young, 5 ft. 0 ip.; Wide Rldpatb, 4 ft." 10 in. Bwfbill RfdjMth, '71 ft, I In.; Ow. Younr, 2S7 (t. 10 In.; (lorden Button II. 5 in. IXJK Young, IS ft. 4 in.; Cecil Button, 20 It 2 In.; A. K. 22 fL 1 in. The bronte medals generouBly don- aleti by.ihc Leihbrldgc Amateur Atb- .erlori cafes on tho llsVwill be heart! n cliamlicrs before tb'e inprerue court In Calgary. ARAGUAY DOCKS WITH DISABLED MEN HALIFAX., N. S., Sept. hospital sblp Araguira, wilb invalid- ed officers and men of the Canadian Kxpcdillonarj" Force, arrived this af- ternoon. Disembarkation'or the told- iers is now way. ai.pier two. LCC could, it H de- sired, csempl ilsclf from the provis- ions of lhc act. The justice dcparl mcnt is investigating the constitution- ality ot lhc proposal. bill with a Dro-i simplicity ot youth. Will; Kennedy, as guide, pMlosonbcr, and_ friend they avriveil on the street- car to the place of meeting, ivilh .great aplomb the Atlantic and Gulf 'coast port termi- nals, built by the U. S. army, will be leased to private shipping enlerprSse.3 en Uic war use for them Is over. FRENCH TROOPS JO SUPERVISE IN. BULGARIA PARIS, Sepl. French military unlU will be sonl to Bul- garia to supervise the execution of Ibe provisions of the peace treaty with country. HOE Shipyard. 40 steel shipwavs. will sold iiy too U. S. Government to American International Corporation Tor conver- sion Into a ereal terminal. CLUB CAFE Serve thjc Best 35c Meal in the Clly. Quick Service. Our Coffee and French Pastry Is DiftcrcTit. LOWER DECK MEN'S TRIBUTE TO BFATTY PORTSMOUTH, England. Sept. 22. Vrce-Admiral Sir David Beatty was tonight given a unique compliment whtn, 4? cf his admirals, he was entertained at dinner in the lovjn.hall here by SCO lower deck men 2nd present- ed with a silver cigar box as a token of loyally and affection from nil the. ratings in the navj." den. Pines of ami costs and and rosls were Indicted ou liie keeper and the inmates. At ihe same courf J. 11. IVwcr ivaa lined and costs for beinu ititoxicul- in a public place. Belleville city council passed a by- law (Lat HIUFI. be sold by werglit. ASK MONEY FOR "IRRIGATION Secretary Lane and Director Davis Present Appeal LONDON. Sepl. German WASHINGTON. Sept. Iroops In the Baltic region inlyul to j ing doubt as lo whether congress reniain in Lctvia all winter, making! iTOultl lie vviillfig to appropriate "suf-i their headquarters al according ftclcnL iiiouoy to cnaMe all reclama- tion iirojecls now under construction to he completed. Secretary I .arm and Director Davis ol lhc reclamation strrice urged Die senale Jrri lo ;i Central News dispntcli received at Copenhagen from Hclsminors. von dcr Gollz, the CJcrmim command- er, is now at .Mitr.u, il is added. In reply to n demand by the supreme couui-'.l of the peace conference IhaL Ihu German military evacuate Ihe Daltic provinces, Lhc German govern- ment, early 'his month declared that these troops were not under its con- trol. gallon commllloe lo report favorably an biuurgeucy IjiM by Nary, of Oregon, lo appropriato for the work. Director Davis told the committee tbat projects which would necessi- tate the expenditure of about bavo been surveyed. THC OUMOIAH IM.T CO. E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED. T0 WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank FRESH TODAY CRABS SHRIMPS CLAMS LITTLE COD HALIBUT SALMON The Vancouver Fisli Market Coaldlli Block Phone 341 Food Control Applied CITIZENS DON'T IE BEHIND OTHER CITIES IN THE WELCOME YOU EXTEND TO THE PRINCE OF WALES DECORAtE The Union Jack nnil Dominion Vlig arc vcrr significant ,il Ihh The only emblemn o( loyally commensurate with rosoun'J- Inj liial will rend the air on OCTOBER 2nd jour MlMlloni eirlT [he gnb starts. We t line ntortmenl of silk and cotton [lags and nolac wklct you will need (o celebrale rinhl, He blgjtsl In me cilT'l hlJtory. The Twentieth Century Book Store >HONE (13 514 FODftTM'AVENUE U. R. NEXT lo n clean, safe place at WESTBROOK BROS. Barbers, Opp. Bank ol'.Mbntrcal UNDERTAKING MACKAY and BELL JO3 3rd Avenue 1E02 AND STILL MORE BARGAINS AT FRED THAELL'S i c i Uigantic Disposal oale Boys' Mackinaw Coats ncpilar J 15.05. All wool, finely tailored, belled models. MEN'S SUITS Regular All won[ liutton Sick 95 Regular Fine Brown Tweed, wiislline J44.M Regular (50.00. Grey Check Wonted............. W2.95 Regular HS.OO. Brown Check Wonted negular IM.OO. Brown Tweed, waistline___..., Regular Brown Tweed, waiilllne Men's Mackinaw Coats Well lailorcd, dressy coal, belted models. lU'eiilar J1S.W Men's Hose Reg. B5c, Wool Caihmere 70c Reg. 75c, Clthmere 55c Reg. J1.0C. Wool Wonted.......... Reg. B5c, While Reg. We, Coltan Caihmere 49c I SIU MOW CHINESE AND JAPANESE SILKS DRESSMAKING All kinds of ladlet' wear >nd geniremcn'a thlrtt made to order. 110 4th SI. S., Letlibridge, Alta. Two-Piece Underwear FfeeCe fined Shirla 98c All .Wool Shirts, reg. for Slsqflctd'g Medium Weight, per garment Men's Overcoats Ilceular 155.00. Heavy If AC grey all wool %U.3J Regular 952.00, Drown all jn .-.vool Uveeri. belled 'SisJV 36.95 35.00 31.95 31.95 26.35 Regular H3.00, Form ill- ling, eootl w-clehl llCElllar Hcnvy Uvccd, hrec collar..... Regular walsl lino Regular 15.00, Crown cliccK.................. Regular 535-.00, Orcy Iwced, good weight Men's Overalls Regular 12.00, Black Regular Blue, white itripe Regular Khaki PanU Combination Underwear Heavy Regular Medium Weight Rejul.r Medium, Weight KM Regular M.65, Men's Night Gowns Made itj> In fl good lioavy tjKon, laritc make. To clear YOUTH'S OVERCOATS Regular J1S.OO, Heavy Iweed, belteil back JIt.35 Renular JI8.CO, Plain Brown, belled Rtgulir 122.00, Brown Check, belted 322.00, Dark Qreen Tweed, belted Men's Pants All wool worsteds In M- eoriej pjllcrns. ncgulir (18 for FRED THAELL'S ;