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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBWg WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL L FRIDAY. SKPTKMBRR 24, 1920 SECOND SECTION' LETHBH1DGE, Carnival And Fair Didn't Have As Big Attendance On Second Day Dam-lug was the big attraction at Tthe I'oalrliile-Lethbridge (air and car- rival last night and tonight the las', 'dance ot tho fair will be slveu. The dance tonight was not on the original program but was added later so that ;iho public of Lethbridge and district fff.-a nave an opportunity of having a igood time and helping the boys work the f. M. C. A. as well. This is another step in the program icl the.Lp.thhrldge Rotary Club In {specializing in assisting the young Ijxiople of this city. The proceeds of [tonigbl .will be divided equally with Y. it. C. A. and as that Institution Jims a progressing and ambitious pro- ijram ahead ot It this winter and lor jneit-siiiiimer meinbors of tho .Rotary jl'lnb hope and expect a large turnout N'o admission will be. charged to the Building' but the regular prices will be 'force for the daace. Tickets for sell at one dollar each and ladies at fifty cents. The car- will agalu be in full swing and will have another change trying their luck at the different tcamc's. The carnival was slower In business last nighl than on the'opening even- ing, but nevertheless the proceeds have been quite satisfactory. Holariau Arthur Baalim still has some dueks to get rid of and can supply quite a few meals yet. Kotarian Gerald Blet- cher is still running his attractive game and will have it going lull blast lo night. The attendance was smaller all through yesterday. Iif tho neighbor- hood of three hundred couples turned out (or the dance. The crowd at the baseball was smaller than on the opening day but they showed far more enthusiasm. Th'j game between Lethbridgc and Coaldaie kept the Crowd on. its toos all the time and the! was not hurt by a similar spell] of. weather which visited the Leth-i bridge-Raymond game on Wednesday. The tola! jUteiidance all day was The dance had plenty of (rills to It. Streamers and confetti'in large quan- tities, brought into action after the supper Intermission provided lots of fun and the crowd, In eluding, old and young, took full advantage of the op- portunities. Jaiz-Band was oh the job and the music was as satisfactory as ever. Tlie floor was in better condition than on Wednesday night and should evea better for tonight. ALBERTA. H.P.P. CONFERS WITH K. OF C, Captain J. 0. Turgeon, M.L.A., for Rlbstone. Alta., held a confer. at noon today In Lethbridge with local representatives of the Knights of Columbus. Captain is Alberta representative of the Catholic Army Hut oraanl- zatlan. SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVliN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline LethbridgeWill Have Delegate At Edinburgh Meeting Local Roiarians To Be Repre- sented a! International Convention Become Organist and Choirmaster of New West- minster Church Lethbridge will shortly lose a clt- fcen, prominent in musical circles iu the city, In ..the offer and trie accept- ance by Jir. Claude Hughes, L. A. B., organist and choirmaster of Wesley .Church, positlo'n.of organist and position as organist snd choirmaster of Wesley church.. He came to the city from Edmonton, where for six -years he was organist and choirmas- ter at Christ church. The new church to which he Is going has as it pastor the Rev. Thomas H. Mitchell, formerly of Kobertson 'Presbyterian church, Edmontou. -In his appointment to New Westminster .Mr. Hushes was the unanimous choice of the board "of management of St. Andrew's. During his stay in the city Mr. Hughes was greatly instrumental in bringing the Alberta Musical Festival here Iu 191C, followed by the second visit in 1910. Iu making this the suc- cess it was his executive- as well as his musical abilities helped consider- ably. Mr. Hughes.tor many reasons regrets to sever'his connection with Wesley church and with the city, but the.offer made was in the line ot mov- ing upwards la his profession, and he cculd not very well refuse It. Durtirg his tenure of office in-Wesley church he brought the choir to a great state efficiency and was very active and energetic In making it; possible to add to tho church the organ, the second largest in tho Province, which, is now under order and will be bh'ort- CLAUDE HUGHES Choirmaster of St. Andrew's Presby- lerlan New Westminster, B. C. Jlr. Hughes will bo leaving Leth- liridge for New Westminster about jhe middlo of'next month. Mr. Hughes haa been In Lethbridge for tbu past five years in bis present Tim Will Appeal to You If you are considering the purchase of a piano this fall this certainly "will, interest you. The Willis Piano "Canada's Best" is absolutely the best buy In the piano world today. In the WILLIS you are assured the finest work- manship, properly sciect- ed materials, exquisite de- sign, and 'the ever-endur- ing WILLIS f one; in fact, .every possible demand Is. 'satisfactorily suppliedMn this Instrument. to investigate before buying elsewhere. We can please you. >VILLIS PIANOS HULL BLOCK LE.THBRIDGE DANCING LESSONS Private and class Instruction for adults and children In ball room, fancy, folk and athletic dancing. Lethbricfce. Conserva- tory of Music PHONE 765 C. P; R. PLACES AN V> AGENT.AT CHIN The C.P.R. has placed an ageiit.at Chin on account of the rush ot grain. The agency will remain open during the grain moving season only. From Chin the grain from the Cam- eron Itanch, of the Noble Foundations, Limited, is -being shipped. About five cars a day are being loaded by that couccrn and other farmers, are arer- agii'g one and two .cars daily. H. W. Fisher is'the new agent. "Misfortunes to the careless says the Safety League. NOTICE! Ail perEsr.s working in or around the mines, wishing to at- tend night school" during thin coming winter, to take courses on the following subjects, are requested to give in their uames to R. Peacock, secretary of tho Miners' TJnioh. as early as pos- sible. SUBJECTS English Language, Shorthand, Typewriting Bookkeeping, Mo- tor Engineer, -Fire Boss, Pit Boss, etc. ROBT. PEACOCK, Secretary Miners' Union, No. 574. The combined Kotary clubs of Fort William and Porth Arthur will neit year entertain the district Rotary conference. Decision to this effect was made at the Rotary meeting In Itegiua on Holiday, which was attend- ed by S. 0. Porter and -II. G. Clarke on behalf of the Lethbridge club. In ail Interview Mr. Porler stated that the attendance was one hundred per cent. Every president and secre-' tary of a Rotary club' was represented Delegates were present from Lcth- hrldge, Calgary, Medicine Hat, Kd- inonton, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Kcgina, Weyburn, Winni- peg, Kenora, Fort William, Port Ar- thus. Prince Albert and North Battle- ford. Dr. Crawford McCuIloch, of Fort William, past district governor and who'is now first International vice- president, ot notary, spoke on policy of the clubs as outlined at the recent International .meeting of directors. Jack Davies, Medicine Hat, district governor, was present. The dates for Uuf Fort William meeting have been net as March 21 and 22. The reason for the meeting beinjr so the year is the fact that all district meetings are. being so arranged that high officials of Itotary can attend them.' It was announced that tho Interna- tional convention will probablw lie' held in Edinburgh, Scotland next year. Lethbridge will have a delegate at this meeting. The delegate has not been appointed.' Arrangements are> being wade for the chartering of the Aquitauia 04 the Cunari! line to lake representatives from North America. Between two and three thousand will probably go. The Aquitania will sale on June 2. -'TThe Regina Rotary CluVente'rtained the visiting Hotarians to' luncheon. The meeting commenced at 3 a.nv fwt tune and lasted until A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the John Qlmore Ltd. Bakers PHONE 378 Fauny Blank Is literary, quite a book-worm, don't you see? Yes. to Fanny, Hindustani loots as plain as ulang to me. Sue can chat in Creek and 'Sanskrit, she knows'books of ancieut lore; it's uncanney how Friend Fanny laps it up and calls for more. When she kiddle, read- Ing was her ch'i'ef delight; she gets by now as a high-brow, for she waied most erudite. Full ten thousand weighty volumes in her library re- pose, nut that treasure cannot meas- ure half tho learning knows. Doubtless you will think her people must be all puffed up with pride; she's so very literary they must put on lots of tide. Does-Friend Husband bland- ly mention Fanny's skill In Choctaw veree? Can that question! Indiges- tion makes him-cheerful as a hearse. there is but'one theme only where he waxes eloquent; talk pills and potions finds him in Ills cle- ment.. For, although said .Mrs Fauny Is a very'trilllant queen, awful Brew- ings, fearful- slewing! are pulled off in her cuisine. has read, as we have stated, books ot every shape and size; hut, though clever, sh'e has never scanned one line on making pies. Fan- ny's'biscuits and'her pancakes are as heavy as her books; once Friend Hub- by was quite chubby, but he's altered riow-in looks. ,Ift by any freak of for: tune. Fan shoblot .quit mortal life, it wpuld'grieve us, but, believe UB, Hub would pick a cook for a wife. QUARRELLING IN A BACK YARD IS NOT SUBJECT TO PENALTY The brawl between two women of North Lethbridge, in which one charg- ed the other with-using obscene lang- uage ovei' the garden fence, was dis- missed on Friday, by Magistrate Ifc before wh'o'm the parties appear- ed after remand of the case. The held that there was no charge under the' city by-law under which, it was made, In that the dis- turbance; occasioned was not In a street, to which place only the by-lav 'applied. UHder'.tho Code action for distorDance of the' charac- ter lies In .this-aci' being committed at or place.as well as in a public. The city by-law only con- fines Itself to" i street. .1 Safety Habit is'contagious. sure, to- catSh. (he- Safely League. "iVi Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take Hi. Advice. The Yale 212: FIFTH STREET SOUTH-. o SUGAR .TAKES ANOTHER DROP Sugar has another drop In price and Vr. Fred Home, ot tho Campbell, Wil- son and Home firm does, not eipecl it to go up again for some time. There is a plentiful supply of sugar in Ihe country at the present limo! In regard to a further drop Mr. Horue said he was unable to speak. The new price of sugar In Lothbrldge-. ls_ a cwt. wholesale. At this season the year man ia employ o'f the C.P.R. from the general minaEer to the bovs, adopt as the favorite song "Keep the cars moving" and many reputations are won and lost during the movement of a crop from the loading point to destination. With this (bought being drummed on him all day long It Is little won- der that a railway agent or yardmas- ter should fet up in the air when he finds a shlppsr homesteading in a boi car Instead of rushing the loading. This also applies in the case ot con- signees who prefer to pay a small de- murrage charge "n the car and unload it tomorrow or the neit day Instead of this morning. Just at present calls are being re- ceived at every divisional point in the west for cars for wheat and other grain. Cars have a long trip ahead of them from the time they leave the shipping in the west until they gut back fromvPort William and In view of that "Keep the Cars Moving" is a thought-that should constantly b6 in the of all shippers as well. FINE WAS IMPOSED Tor the fourth time, after so many remands, Charles, llansen appeared at the city police court on Friday morn- ing before Magistrate Trwin to an- swer to the charge of speeding on Third Avenue, on Sept. 4th, when the collision with the motor car ot Mrs. Geo. McLeod, parked at the time, took place, Defendant pleaded guilty and ivus fined f25 and costs. "Don't c.lirob over nor crawl unddr railways "cars, piny says the Safety 'league.' Navy League Puts On Campaign Throughout Canada During October The N'ary League of Canada is ar- rauxing fora general appeal for funds to assist them In their work, through- out Canada, during the mouth ot Oct- ober. Already over 5S1 committees have practically been arranged for in Al- berta. The work will bs .in charge of J. A. Irvine, assisted tr Cupt. Harper of Toronto, who is 'coining West to help in the province ot Al- berta. It is alspveipected that Ad- miral lieattie will address a number ot meetings iu the West iu interest ot the work. Tho Navy League has already done a grand work, not only in Canada, but overseas. Their work for boys through the Naval Brigades Is Increasing by leaps and bounds, this year between five and six thousaud were given spe- cial outings and instructions.. Iu Al- berla over 120 had the privilege of attending the summer camji at Sylvan Lake, and the good derived by the 'hoys cannot be estimated. The League Is erecting a new Sail- ors' Home at Halifax, N.S., costing over Prince Edward Isl- and Vancouver Sydney, N.6., A grant was gives the Montreal Institute ot 000.00; the Catholic Home at Montreal Seamen's Institute, St. John, N.B., Catholic Sail- ors' Home, Quebec City, LimpsHeld Home for Her chant Sail- ors, Surrey, England, tor Greenfield's Mission Labrador. Royal Institute, Port Arthur, Seamen's Missionary Insti- tute, St. John, N.B., Mer- chant Sailors' Itent, Malta, Other grants given for various Sea- men's relief work; Navy League in London for general work King George's Fund for Sailors 138.10; Kavv League Overseas Relief Fund British and Foreign Sailors' Society Grant to the families sailors -in the "Princess Sophia Prisoner of War besides: all this a considerable sum was spent by the various provinces to carry on the work amongst the boys ot Canada. Between SOO and boys, whose fathers -.verc killed dur- ing the war, are receiving educational advantages through thfi work of the League. This work should appeal to every man, woman and child in the province. 1 Lethbrldse has only been asked to i .contribute the sura of this amount'should beT easily'raised. following local committee have been asked to assist F. Downer, Mrs. Coiiybesre. Mrs. Kweri. Mrs. J.N. Ritchie, Mrs. K Aiosworth. Jlrs. u G. UeVeber, .Mrs. W. H. Holt, R. J. Dinniug, A Dunbar, W. D. King, K. B. H. G Clarke, H. A. McKlllop. SEVENTEEN CASES FOR DISTRICT COURT AT CARDSTON SITTING Judge Jacksou. who is now In Cards- ion holding court, has a busy session iu front of him. Thsra are seventeen cases set for trial, mostly small debt ones. The lint Is as follows: Merrill vs. Garner elal; Wight VR Hook; Huff vs. Goodwin: Htofr vs. N'elll; Holland vs. Town of Cardston; Lai-sen vs. Atkins et al; Ellison vs. Brown: Rer vs. Partlow; Paol vs. Moosden Bros.; McTighc YE. Lowe; Head vs. Eyre; Coombs vs. Cardslou Municipal Hos- pital; Ellison vs. Woolf; Wilcoi .vs. Nelll; Wilson vs. Olsen; Wllcox vs. Duce; Merrill vs. Edwards. CARRYING THREE QUARTS OF WHISKEY At the city police court on Fred Lines was fined and costs, or In lieu thereof four months in prison, for being in unlawful posses- sion of liquor. The accused was ar- rented by Detective Eg an of the city police In a lane behind F-ifth Street, carrying three Quarts ot whiskey, two wrapped up in a' paper parcel in his hands and one iu his pocket. "If you think you won't--havo an accident, ask the man who "had one. then think says the Safety League. DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is it Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3-doors s.. of Colonial Theatre: THIS SPACE FOR OUR SPECIALS NEXT WEEK KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK t Jt'i good drink be- It's 10 taatofnl ami eihllaratlor. jlt'a a particularly good summer drink jbecnugft cool nad refresMng. It's HB snipplnesn, Its pleasing iooiNjuet and flavor will win your ap- JroTal and male the pracllco of asking for It hahltii.il. At all fountain! or by direct from hill of Chief Mountain Creamery Products The name Chief, Moun- tain was chosen for this company because it stands for everything- that is pure and unadul- terated. Stand for the same thing and the Company that manufactures these products 'stands back of their products, 7 Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Lethbridge School District No, 51 NIGHTCLASSES 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 be-held Monday and Thurs- day 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 ENO- LISH, ARITHMETIC and CIVICS CHINESE CLASSES Other-subjects will be added it requested and 5UfriciciH'riirpli- callons are received for the same. The Board ot Trustees invite the co-operation of all Trailoa Unions, Employers and every person Interested in making theso classes successful. Enrollment will ho made at the Central school on tho ot Friday, October 1st, from 7.30 to 8.30. (6gd.) J. E. HODGSON, B.A., Superintendent On and After Sept. 24th, 192O ambuntil further notice, we will pay the fol- lowing prices for cream: No. 1 Sweet Cream, 65c per Ib. Butterfat. No. 1 Sour Cream, 55c per Ib. Butterfat. No. 2 Sweet Cream, 52c per Ib. Butterfat. CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. x PHONE 1576 BANISH THE BOOTLEGGER BY VOTING" "YES" I m YOU'LL BE GLAD IF YOU DO Shall the Importation or bringing pf tin Intoxicating liquors fill Ir.to the Province be "u Shall the Importation or bringing of yrn tntoxtcating liquors Ifh Into the Province be Inserted by Social Service League. ;