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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE flERAIjys PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS SEPTEMBER '25, 1920 SECOND SECTION V LETHBRrnCE, SECOND SECTION FAGE NINE Public Must Not Look For Drop in Prices Yet In Some Instances Prices Have Tbis applies lo the fiusr snoes. There Fallen in City Stores YET-IN OTHER CASES may be a reduction In price as it plies to the heavier boots and shoes. Manufacturing firing have notified the The Rhyming Optimist (By Wbeii you pick out your glasses to wear you ought to select them with care, for the wrong kind make folks feel like wrecks imd uct-likq a sore-headed bear. Some fellows use glasses of blue that give them an in- retailers that conditions preclude anyidl'go view, till wherever they go. sensational drop in prices ami that the} lamp visions of woe and they keep on public Is under u delusion when it i exclaiming: "Boo There's the "j believes there will le discounts of 25j classy society dama .aud the .maid of j per cent, tu 50 lifer cem. in prices very i theatrical fame who are ha'ppy to play In the price of shoes not only I with a lorgnette in a diamond grounds there are for the expectation leather but "findings" apply. There and platinum frame. Such a doll does that there will be a general decline in! are tho trimmicgR, etc.. which are still I not care what tho lens may declare, prices, the Herald interviewed some j "I 'on notch prices, and tho cotton BO the setting 'looks well with her Far -Prices 7 j prize were Intended for near-sighted _____ Kara are still-high; but there Is en] eyes, and. if handled with skill, they Is concerneJ, as a iVsult of what was i expectation-that-tho price will coma jean banish much ill and puts skids gleaned, Uioro Is not much in "-the j down, in that large holders of skins on battalions ot sighs. They can mas- way of rosv of a being obliged to place them on 1n prices .which the Herald represon-l'he market. The-puWic is holding off On tho mission of ascertaining what ferent lines of goods usert by the pub-! lie. So far as the resuming public tstlve is able to give a fondly expect- ing nubile. Jn fact from Hie genera! icnftr vt what information was gather- ed It Is rather the other way, at any rate Just for tho preset. If tho pub- He looks for an immediate fall In prices it is bound to be disappointed: and reductions that are to come will be very gradual nothing of a sanguine uahn-n cnn bo hoped for un- til at the earliest next spring. Silk Prices The only article that lias apparent- ly declined in "price is Japanese, silk. This has come down from leu to fif- teen per cent. But tho fall is regard- eil as only temporary, in that it is duo to the present conditions' In -the labor market in Japan which are not 1 expected to last, Swiss, French and English silks are as high as ever they Tvere, with the. prospect of goiiiE high- er on- account of the trouble iii the labor markets of the respective couri- In. cotton goods tlie same prospect from buying these articles just at present vn account-of the blgh prices. The regular fur sales in retail stores at this time- of tho year are not In evidence. This was particularly noltceaule In Regina, where it is cus- tomary to hold a fur Kale at this time of the year. On the other hand there was also the opinion expressed that fur prices'-wilt'remain high owing to l he higher-remuneration asked by trappers-and scarcity of fur pro- ducing -The extravagant styles demanded' by some' women will also help-In keeping up-prices, 'Clothing In General Clothing merchant's they are now "paying "more for their second consignments'than'they did for the fine Though wools have cone down'in'price PU only applies to! tin; coarser grades' anrt not to tho finer f wools which'have'still lo he Import-! en: 'Underlying Cause j The opinion' 'wit's' freely expressed j and fears, they can mag- With They Earn a Month and Get Fre- Sessions .oltb.9 mlnimani Tvage com- miBslba Faclory. Act .con- cluded liere this forenoon witu thfi exajuiria.tian: of four girl Little .was brought out indicating o TEACHERS' CONVENTION .HERE IN NOVEMBER Tlie Southern .Alberta TeacL- Association consisting of Macleod, Cardstou, Foremost and Lethbrtdge inspectorates will hold their annual conveu- tlon in Lethbridge on Thurs- day and Friday, November 4th and 5th. The executive aro busy on tho program and will leave nothing undone for this event. Teachers from all dis- ff tricts are expected, Farther Funiculars will be announced later. Foremost Gas Field May Supply Billion And Half Feet Yearly To Overcome Present Gas Shortage l dissatisfaction ,on the part of. the witnesses -vHb1 tbe wages being paid, though President Kingdom press- ed the commission to call more wit- nesses from amqrig girls working in liny iiiMLtiig Him tue> tail uiitg- 7 nits- troubles and tears; but 1 don't kitchens and ice cream parlors get them out when such things arc to about, but just for the prospect that cheers. When I go on a road full of. bumps anil gulleys and brickbats and stumps, I "don't venture a' glaiicc at that gloomy expanse, for it surely the actual conditions'tinder which the girls were working.. Two waitresses from the Silver GrUl >yhe.n the session open- ed at 9.30. Jn reply to questions.they would give me the dumps.-But when- stated that ,they, received per ever my payday draws near. I see that' week 'in the room. and my glasses are clear for those won- de'rful specs can make even my checks look like those of a 'hold profiteer. tilling the goods m the city at iu j anrt (rebled the.e is not ihe cents lower, thani tho pVescnt rnanu- rormer output; :butpfo-3uction has de- facluriiis prlcO. On sheeting the price croaseij lh iriver's'B'ratln. The turn- to conform to what it has befen ivillj but tb- whftt it be Tiiean only eight cents higher than Ilia Jnanufacturers'. price. Reductions In U. S. .Asked-as 'to hovv the prices with big conneiTis U) the States arc be- ing.Ipwered from 15-to 20 per'cent..' n prominent merchant repliGrl that- itj was The firms In! the' States can well reduce prices! iuucii fiirther. and stUI be only mtiking( a par-.w.Hh Ihe price of Can- juViari .goods. '-This is So because in were innatedvfar -above .those in CahadaT and is for cutting r' Groceries In the grocery trade the only reflnc.- tlo'n in prices has been in sugar flnnr. With other article's it is the oilier way. Butter for instance, went UK four cents last week, and bacon lias also maJt: a jump. Canned milk hns also taken a leap. Fruit Fruit is m far higher Nothing in .the reports being receiv- ed from who are now threshing, .vytmld indicate, any great slump, from .the figures of earl- ier estimates.of .yields in various dis- tricts. One.of .the. latest" reports re- ceived comes, .from. Fred -Moser of Chin, who is.threshing a wheat crop which is averaging.SO bushels to the acre on weigh- Should Be Tlie Dancing Event Of The Season In view of the humanitarian ob- ject of the dance to be given by the Ladies' Ala1 of the Gait pital, it should create great local interest, and the patronage should be suctt as to make it the dancing event of the season. The aim of the dance to be held on Monday is to get sufficient funds nlsh the hospital with an operat- ing table. To the women of the ,city, particularly, and to the men the sentiment behind the; dance should appeal. The Gait Hospital Is not by any means a self-support- ing Institution] and for this re a'- not able to provide Ittelf >vith anything beyond the margin of absolute necessities. Whatever added; comfort or equipment needed to benefit patients can only'' be obtained by sympathetic Inter-. est of the public. When realized there should be a big demand for the tickets for Mon- day's dance- which arc how being sold in the druggists' stores in the city. _ .Coaldale has half T'jing G5 pounds .to, tlie. bushel .and tliese articles may come doivn'as 'Reason progresses.. Apples of the li cooking and catlUo -Mi L-tiC-s are sell- ing at two pounds for a quarter, and the inferior grades at four pounds for n ciuartcr. The latter lias been .selling i at the price of the former, but the bet-! ter variety has taken the place of the first consignments. Boots and Shoes In boots and shoes there Is not bnuch hope for a decline in prices un- til (he spring, that is after March 31sl. .i John Hami' his Ihrcpbing.dotie. One strip 61" wheat made -10 hn'sJicls to.the acre. Another field went So. anrt .sllll another At tlie.Kerr. east of the up around This Will Appeal to You If you are considering the purchase of a piano this fall this certainly interest you. The WiHis'Piano "Canada's Best" Ts absolutely the best buy in the piano world today. in the WILLIS you are assured the finest work- manship, properly select- ed materials, exquisite de- sign, and the ever-endur- ing WILLIS tonr.; In fact, every possible demand Is satisfactorily supplied in this instrument. Be sure to investigate before buyingjslsewhere. We can pteasr. you. WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE vheii behind the counter. In addition hey. all their meals. Tips jl per day, so that their a wcefe with, n sals.. t .They. worked 9 hours a day seven., days aTreek. Their chief com- )laint -ctaff'tnitt the.-job was very hard on tfhoes, "repairing about one pair oC 18-BhooB each Month. No holidays with pay were granted. They made no the wages were too g'rl.cIerKs from the Palace confectionery ;stited that they receiv- ed Mo-a week. They worked ten lours a-day seven days a week. The wage_ here week over that required by_'law for girls have worked -one .year in one place. commission goes to and 'Edmonton.. At dalgary it- la a big- fight will he made-by- labor to secure the submis- sion of-evidence to sliow that the pres- ent-minimum, low. is making a stroug bid to have the mini- mum- in-Alherta raised from ?S to per-week; awl-though the evidence no great dis- present mini- imim- that there -will- be abiie.'-increase at leaat. fl. FLOGGING THE PROFITEERS Plogginj: as a punishment for convicted prof-: Steers has proved so satisfac- lory to the public that the "M In- istry of Justice Is considering- its infliction for other offences. DON'T FORGET The plncc-wliere you cau get your shoes- repaired 'Ijy prac- tical shoGoiakera is at Huttoiv Perkins 418A Plfth- Street South 'Phone 693 3 'S; -of -Colonial Theatre DANCING LESSONS Private and class instruction for adults and children in ball room, fancy, folk and athletic dancing. Lelhbridge Conserva- tory o'f Music PHONE 765 NOTICE! All persona working in or around the mines, wishing to at- tend nifiht school "during this _ .coming ivlnter, to take courses on the following subjects, are requested to gtvo in their names to n. Peacock, secretary of. the Union, as early as pos- sible. SUBJECTS English Language, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Mo- tor Engineer, Fire Eoss, Pit Boss, etc. ROBT, PEACOCK, Secretary Miners' Union. No. 571. .W.OMAN WITH VOTE TO CHEW KANSAS Mo.; Sept. 23, woman asked W. H. Scott, a policeman, how to reach an -ad- tiress the'other evening. Scott told- her. said the woman, and reaching Into a pocket of her coat took o'Jt a plug of tobacco and bit off a chew. Scott, when he re-. covered sufficiently from the sho'c'R, arrested her on a charge of 'disturbing the peace. In the mun- icipal court the case was dismiss- ed; "''If' women may vote, why Etiquldn't they Inquired the judge. A motor which it was fatalities occurred, In its serious nature, took place on he Goaldale road on Thursday night, halfway" between the city and the pro- vincial Jail. In this a car driven by A. C. Bokovay came iu a head on smash with a car driven by- D. B. Kra- mer, with disastrous results to the cars and a narrow escape frolu death and serious injury to tho occupants The car driven by Mr. Bohoray had In addition to the his wife and six children who re- turnioir to Coaldale about S p.m. afler visiting the Fair. In the otrer car were Mr. and Mrs. Kramer and. the'sister of the former. Mrs. Bokovay was badly bruised in the wa.s_also one of her little girls. Jlisa -Kramer sustained several cuts in her' hands. The cars were a complete wreck. Doth parties belong- ed to CoaMale. United Oils Makes Offer At 15, Cents to Supply Gas Deliv- ered at Company's Main Pipe Line A DELIGHTFUL DRINK U't sopd drink be- caute It's so tasteM and exhilarating. It's particularly good summer drink it's so cool nad refreshing. It's sparkle, its its pleasing bouquet and flavor will .win your ap- proTAl and make the practice of taking tor it nawtuai.' AI ali fountains or bj 'tno rasa direct from 'A Hne of flavors. WATCH TUB SPACE FOR OUR SPECIALS NEXT WEEK KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue Soutti HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY name which has al- ways had the confidence .....of the Housewife. Ltd Bakers PHONE 378, A FINANCIAL SUCCESS Inclement weatlier interfered con- siderably -Tfitir (he wind-up uigbt of tho notary carnival, which was con- tinued on Friday night (or the benefit of boys' work at tlie Y.M.C.A....... On tho.whole the carnival''-was' a success, and standpoint of. ciitcrtainuient tit thn public.' The.first" day oi'course -.vns the both tor the fair nnrl the carnival were good.' The result will considerably swell tho funds of the notary Clutr for'ccm- niunity purposes, ivhile the Coaldalfi Co'raincrcial Club will pay all'fair ei- peu'ses and have some to the good for next year's fair. Four or five years ago, when tbo I'Hited Oils. Ltd., was drilling au well at Foremost, a flow of feet of gas daily was struck. At tlwit time" gas was a nuisance; oil was wanted. Now comes an oiler from Oils, through M. sec- retarv, to sell to the Canadian Gas Co., supplying heth- bridge, -Calgary and intermediate towns, feet of gas an- nually delivered'at the company's pipe liue, presumably between Taber and Island, at a- price-of 15 cents per 1000 Jeet. At present prices being charged for natural to consumers in Calgary and I.eth- bridge, this would give the gas com- pany 20 cents per 1000 feet for dis- tributing and profit. The offer was made at Calgary on Friday to Eugene Coste, president of of Natural gas company. It will take a 3C mile pipe Hue lo de- liver gas from tho company's well southeast of Foremost to the gas company's pipe line and the estimat- ed cost ot this line is H the gas company will award Unit- ed Oils a contract at this figure, drill- ing on the company's leases at Fore- most will start at once. Several wells will have Jo be sunk to supply the feet daily which It is ready to contract' lo the company, as it would not he possible to depend on one well, even a foot one. The United Oils, states that it is ready to enter into the contract for fivo or ten years on the basis of the price offered, subject of course to a provision releasing them from dam- ages in case the field played out. Officials of the gas company iiuli cale Ihat the minfmunr amount the United Oils offers to sell-is Iwo-thirds of the total requirements of the com pany..and is therefore too high consider at the present time. PROHIBIT SALE OF "WINCARNIS" Word was received by ihe locat branch of Retail Merchants' As- sociation, this morning that the "patent medicine ''Wlncantls'' had beer? refused registration by the Dmslnion government and its sate was therefore prohibited. ff Active Demand For Coal Con- Labor Scarcity Coal is in such great demand throughout tlie prairiest that mine owners in this district are making strong efforts to secure more men to increase the supply. "We could place 500 miners In our own the Herald was tolil this morning at the government labor bureau. Mines In the Pass are al- ways calling for men and would put on 100 men at once if they were UvEil- able. In tho big mines around Lethbridge there a great dearth ot anil while those working are getting -a' great output, ami "earning big. wages, fonr hundred men cquld; to work at once. The Chinook Coal-Co, could do with ISO tons a day.-more output, the N'orth American Cahle'ries could aud 100 men or more. to. their shifts, while .the Gait Collieries could use 200. Sitiierintenflents" of the mines ex- pect that when the threshing season Is over men will, bo more.plentiful, and they .'jpill-.gel a. few, to help USe care of the winter rush, when. 300 cars of coal daily must .be shipped off the territory between .Tuber, .arid. Crovv.'s Nest to keep even .within shooting dts- Tiie development of a pas Held atj-tance of the demand....... Foremost has been lii-.lhe'ininil of thol Tho demand for men for threshing latural gns'- company for some lime. 1 oc'ntinues strong. In all one thousand They have secured leases -there antl .two, (Irilling.Tigs, ,the ground far nothing has ;beeu ;'d6iie" in the way of drilling operations owing to the desire of the gas company to secure ji higher rate for gas from the city of Calgary, aud eventually from other towns along the line, in- cluding Lethbridgo. men could lie puHq work-next-week. in the mines and pn.threab.tag crews. .if they could.he found. A elf Parr ATI nan uiv i cioun Who Has Eaten Here And Take Advice. The Yale FIFTH SOUTH On and After Sept. 24th, 192O s and until further notice, we will pay the-foL- lowing prices for cream: No. 1 Sweet Cream, 65c per Ib. Butterfat. i No. 1 Sour Cream, S5c per Ib. Butterfat. No. 2 Sweet Cream, 52c- per Ib. Butterfat. CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE; 1576 r Chief Mountain Creamery Company Products (Wrapper has actual out bf Chief Mountain printed) Tliit butter wilf you, Frtsh churned each day from selected cream.. Ask your grocer, he will, Lethbrirfge Milk Producers' Brand of pure, frejh, pnslourizfd ni'ilk.-' nicFiTn butterfat and fine In flavor. Try U once .uiJ ot con- vinced; Have you tnsd ftur It !s pure, separated cxim, right from the farmr and doei In globules on you.1 tea or roilce. Table cream contains whipping Phone and Our Drivers Will Call. Prices on milk to Sept. Tat, 15c per quart; 8c per pint; Cream, 15c for table; for whipping. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD, Phone 1929 ONE MONTH FROM TO-DAY VOTE "YES" FOR CITIZENSHIP, 'AND f A CLEAN 1 CITY the importa- tion of bringing of Intoxicating liquors Into the Province forbidden? Shall the Importa- tion or bringing of Intoxicating liquors into the Province be forbidden? YES X Inserted by Social ;