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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NSW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. SKW'KMBKK 27, 1920 SECOND SECTION THE HERALD PAGE OF LIVE' LOCAL BOOTLEGGER, CARRYING GUNS, IS GIVEN A JAIL SENTENCE LETHBR1DGE, Justice Humphries Hands Ou( Proper I'unishmenf Jlootleggcrs who are in the habjt o! racking guns in tbe pursuit of their unlawful occupation given a sal- A. B. Humplides at the A" P. court on Monday morning when Richard Habcock was- sentenced tu three months in tho provincial jail for carry. t'olt revolver, with ur two months extra m jail defaujt of paymenl n addition to this was fined an- other Slot, for being iu unlalwul pos- Ecssloii o[ liciuor. Babuji'k hails from Wyoming and come with another mini, siild to no the OW.TOI of the car, for the ex- press purpose of uinveylus liquor luck. he car vss loaded with four- "r HEGJSTERED NURSES MEETATCALGAHY OCTOBER 21, 22 AND 23 TH Association of Registered Vjrses will hold its annual convention conjointly with the Alberta Hospitals 22nd. the morning and afiernoou ses- sions of the first day being devoted exclusively to the business oJ the -N'urses Association. _ In addition to reports and uusiuess a conferenco on 'Desirable Legislative Changes in Act" will be held, also tionship between and tha local organizations" A special tour will be devoted tlio Nurees' Huu ono on the lielalionship between Iho Provincial to tU public health work, and Mrs. Waageu, of the provincial branch of the Red Cross Society, will address tho nurses on ''Opportunities for Service under Ino Red Cross Society." ......-----S4SO. Matters of great Importance to.Ihe -L.y Lack Eouie.lhing went I nursing body will bo fully discussed tbo car. and the owner. the Joint sessions with Ihe Hos- who .-.vus alons ivttb Ilab- j 1'Hals Association. It is hoped that every nurse, wheth- er rogistersd or not, will endeavor to he present and' to' take prat in these camo into the city to obtain some of the parls needed 'to nuke the repairs necessary so tlmt the car could proceed. Meanwhile Constable discussions Hidsoii, of the A. P. detachment at with Constable appeared on tho scene at Ihe point wl ere the car .wan temporarily dis- aWed, Irelween Stirling and Wilson hiding. The ovyner of tho car on bis back 'with the spare -parts sol win; that the constables boh jSfanley KirKham, Lelhbridge Mm .fthtch, through'his icoum-el, Mr. I J. C. Hendry, he said was not meant' .for use and was not drawn on the occasion, in tbat'it.waa carried in hU however told a dffforent tale. Iju saW ttm the gun was not drawn for (lie simnle I reason that as Constab'le McWilHau Balftock ha i '5 LB founi' It was round 1 i j .1 ready for use The accusnd j admitted that he was in'the'lmbii o! The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Two bits was quite a useful coin some twenty 'years ago; it used to buy a large sirloin, flvo yaidfi of calico It used to pay the hacluuau'B fare or buy the kids a drum; the barber barbcrei! my back hair and shared mo for that sum. Vcs. Ion? It held an honored Place in tho terrestrial scheme but now the prestige of Its faco lias van- ished like a dream. The bellhop for two no once did heroic things; he ran on errands by the score and answered forty rings. "But to the bellboy of today two bits means nothing much; his air is weary uiase, lie seems to need a crutch FOUR EXPORT LIQUOH HOUSES Ol'EUATE HERE There are n.6w no less lhau four ei- port liquor UpHscs located ic tho cltv witn application for more a wa I tins sanction by, the These -are th? King Exporl rjo froni Blairmore, Uomirion Block Ibe Kmpire liiiuor Export Co., from tamonton. In the Sherlock Block- toe Let abridge lEiport Agency from Cal- gary.-at Second Ave. south--and the' Liquor Kiport Co. from Edmohton, in tho Alberta block, a cruc bach tirao he. ambles to my door I know he'll fake away at least two bits and maybe more, to my extreme dis- s- may. And yet, I haven't got the heart to throw the lad in fits, and 1 am sure that's what I'd start should 1 omit said sa bits. The case Is sad, yet I detect one ec one faint but hopeful ray; before jny-'fl. lances are .wrecked I'll put some coin cn away. 11 keep ray money In my jeans eans and, as I work or play, or as I eat corn poue and greens I'll hoard it every lay I'll turn the lock on each two bits nat I lay hands upon, and if that piece ot money nits I'll know '-just vhero it's gone. For maybe. In some uture time, the worth of dough will isc; it may he we can eee a dime with ust our naked eyes. And all those hoarded quarters then I'll joyfullv ih- -est; I'll get a longed-for fountain >en, a purple spotted vest. With hope wait the happy hour when once wo bits will buy a middling hag of flour, a peck or so of grits. Itlm IWUHUL5 in the i, e ales ij> his runk, ihqjigh' he knsiv it was an im- lawful proceeding there. l es fold him that it was time a travelling wllh guns' ready i i molested. 1f n i molested. officers-had been shot at by bootleggers, anil so I far as It rested .with him he was go- ing fo put an end to tho practice Iv'ot only Americans from over the border but oanaulans .and naturalized cili- InM- COC as in tho habit of going backwards and forwards between Canada and the Slates carrying it was also Mipwn tlmt he carried a gun, and Lonslable Unison lias been on Ills trail for some time, -eventually nab- bing Ins man. It was not Tory lone "go liat the constable was, shot at Ju calling on a car to ctop Partner in Local Law Firm At Calgary on.Saturday, before Mr. Justice. c. iSimmons, J. Stanley Kirkham was'admitteil to the bar and Is now a full-fledged lawyer qualified .to practice in the province of Al- berta Mr KirUiam wis introduced b> A II Clarke K C Mr Mrkham is going into pjitner- ship Svilh W s Hal! immediately and Uio firm n-in c vill nov, be Ball and KirXfaaiu 'Ihe manj fronds of JSK will be pleased lo lean! that he has laken tlie final step in fitting himself for the M.r KlrXham ie- old tuner, his su Sunday was rally day In Knor and the United Church. Wesley will cele- brate' its rally ne'it Sunday" when spe- cial speakers will be on band. The Unlled church was well decorated for the occasion and enjoyed good at- tendance .at. the three services. Knoi church held its celebration at the morning service. i Rev. Captain.. Denoon, in Knoi, sppks on '.'Jesus About Doing Good." church was filled to the doors and special music was rendered oy the 'Members of the Sun- day school; gave readings'and diplo- mas were presented at the close, of. .At: the United church, H. II! Bruce principal school de- livered a talk in which he appealed fpr: more.-.- study; of Ihe Bible He e e '.charged that.a great indifference is rw in-owing lo this subject and stated that-the home study of the 'Bible is .almp'st a thing of the The choir, composed chiefly of Sun- .day special selec- tions. The church was decorated with products of farms and gardens Rev. T. D. announced the form- ation of d'new-Bible class and ap- pealed for a good attendance next Sunday afternoon. t> dge-horn cess is -ill tbo more pleasing to h many friends on account Th Hirl-aam ftnnl) came lo lethbridg m IBS', riiht at tbe beginning ber's Barons Barb Roll Dwindled; Pays A Fine, Too Tt was evidently a case of falling iSmoiiK thieves-, who'took the oppor .lunity ot bis Iinvlng imbibed loo free- with a barber of who arrived in the city, a- lie staled, with a roll of }175 and .found, when he had recovered from IUB Inebriation and was'in the hands "l'> was i togcilicr with of a drum ol t ic ho worldly jiosscislons a Ills misfortunes fur- I" V hfs being 1 costs by Magistrate rwin, name whom lie appeared on Monday, for being In- (oxicalcd In a public place l, sentenced and Imnccd all ti (lie apace of ono hour, was the ev- Voriijncc of c. S. Stewart. w. mi Saturday night. He was ut 10 o'crocK on the trail njmoml, lieadlnj; soulli, with wha' lo a cargo of Canadian lah-wlilsky. by Detective Lawrence ml. Corporal Drninmond of Iho A P DroiiEht Utliliridge. Sir !n' HimiplirJes was notified "and a sue' nlTrt silling9 hcw at o'clock; "cciraij'l 'bofng convicted and ncd and costs and Hie booze oifiscaled. It appears lhat the do- indant has something of the Jiyll ami Mr. Hydo in hfs comiioal- n, as II Is staled that lie works in local store by day tlio at nigbl. J. S. KIRKHAM tliiiiBs. and Stanley was born in t lieI received'all education In public and high schools here, and It was a rather pleasing coincidence t'bat Mr. Justice Simmons, who.swore him In, was at one lime principal of Cen- tral School was a pnpn artfcled wftS W S.-BalI in 1015 and completed bis examination, in 1919, being sworn in "t tha completion of his year'ierm Stanley has lived .in Lolbbridge' all His life, and has been, prominent in many-circles, especially sport. ".Me is 'i srcnt golf and, curling booster and ?lvcs considerable attention to help, ng along other branches of anmttiit- swrl. Diirin'e thp: past couple lie bas become well known Hie pnblio through 'humorous sketches on sport ami .general topics appearing In the Herald by "JSK" "lid general good .wishes will follow nm in Iho practice of his'new pro- NOTICE! All persons working In or around tho mines, wishing in at. lend night School during" this coining winter, to take courses on the following subjects, arc requested to give In their names lo If. 1'ea.cock, secretary of Hie Miners' Union, as early as pos- sible, SUDJECTS English Language, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Mo- lor: Engineer, Fire Boss, pit- Boss, etc. ROBTr PEACOCK, hccretary Miners' Union No. More than four hundred vacancies are now'on the boots'of the" hridgo branch of the tUberta govern- ment eniploymeut bureau. This covers practically every branch of cmtBidq work and many brandies ot office work. Eighty-six men applied -for work uuring the past we'el; same number, were placed. '-Today far- mers are waiting in the bureau trying to pick'iip men. The following placements- were made up lo Saturday at closing lime: farm laborers, 2; threshers, 52- Sep- arator, men, sheepherder, 1; gas cooks, S; laborers, 5- miners, 7; auto mechanic, 1- limber packer, 4; teamsters, 4; casuals, 10 Iu the women's the placements were: telephone operatoV 1; stenographer. 1: housekeeper 2- cook, chambermaid, 1- casuals numbered T. Veslerday'ji Harvest Thanksgiving sen-ices at the Army wtre attended. The Citadel was taste- fully decorated, a table In front of the platform being ladened with the good things of earth, vegetables ol all kinds intermingled with fruit. There iue uig squasn and the little i grapes, bags ot flour and the loaf of bread, apples, pears, peaches and plums, bottled fruit, pickles, lea and coffee. The meetings all day were conducted by Adj. Hardy and" Lieut i-Jc. Tho evening service took Hie form jl.s in, wonderful sacrifice for our redemption. Ailj. Hardv spoke of Col's bounllful gifts. -j A beautiful spirit of thanksgiving prevailed all day. In (he- afternoon service a number of recruits were en- rolled as i-oluiers anil Mrs. Taylor her daughter Florence and Miss Wild from .Medicine Hat wc-re given a welcome to corps. Tonight wilt he tha salu ol all the vegetables and frtiil and other articles given by the city and country (o the effort, potatoes and cabbage aud Lituuasc: .mi pumpkin and all kinds of vegetables. Navy League Campaign of an alter service when the soldiers and friends gave a thank offering to God for all His bountiful blessings to them. The baud played while the congregation died past the allar and presented their gifts in money, and the audience taking up the same re- train, sang while the band filed oft tho platform and presented their gifts. Then followed several short addresses hergt. Major Munds spoko of a Godly mother and bow the seed sown in his heart years ago had ripened into the iruils .of Salvation. Corps Cadet GuardiantMr. Tullock spoke ot a not- orious character steeped In sin, who through tho ministration of love the seed sown in the heart had brought forth'a-harve'st of righteousness. Mrs. Slarkea spokes ot God's great gift of The Savy League campaign Is al- ready going with a swing In the var ious parts of the province. The town of Alderson sent in their amount the day after they received the appeal, and is four times the amount asked for. Sena' Bearli also forwarded their quota, and their uni- ount was also in advance of the as- sessment. If it continues Alberta will "Go over the top" for the Sailors and boys, Quite easily. Tho main objects of tho campaign aro. to continue tile training of boys throughout Canada. To continue the conscious spirit la the people, in the government, la the schools. To continue upholding every sail- home, Institute and wei- iare society In Canada. To continue to relieve distress of dependents of merchant seamen. LETHBRIDGE TO REACH A DECISION TODAY A meeting is being held in Kdmoii- .on on Wednesday by representatives of boards of trade in Alberta to dis- cuss.the formation of a provincial or- ganization. -Whethsr or not nr dge will be represented will he de- cided today at a council meeting of the board of trauo here. v. i. MayorvHanlle arrived in the city Sunday morning aim tvift'take.'.up. ibe reins ot v mayorally nbls afternoon when he will-preside at the v rjgular meotii-g llia.'ccmiicil .which was nul- off fnjtn tie ---i vv- DON'T FORGET Ttic only place wiiera you can get your nhoes repaired bv prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutlon Perkins 41BA Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S, of Colonial Theatre Pure, Rich We take this oppor- tunity of informing our customers and the milk consumers of the Gity of Lethbridge that .we have secured a permanent of milk from plose to the city and in a position to suppy pure, rich, pasteurized milk from healthy cows. is the season of the year it is important that you have a guaran- teed milk supply for the children as a pi'eventa- tiye of cholera and its often' fatal results. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHSRIDGE, PHONE ,1929 Lelhbridge 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, 192o" These classes will be held Monday and Tliurs- day, evenings ;in each'. week from 4th of .October to March 29th, 1921, and -it is proposed 'to com- mence the. 'following.subjects: BUSINESS ENGLISH AND COR RE- SPONDENCE, SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING MINING CLASSES MOTOR MECHANICS SHOP ARITHMETIC ELEMENTARY COURSES IN ENG-" LISH, ARITHMETIC and CIVICS CHINESE CLASSES ,e The Hoard of Trustees invite the co-operalk., of J. E. HODGSON, 8.A., Superintendent- Retail merchants, with the ponsibl, exception ot the butchers, will remali open Wednesday afternoons-and Sat urday eveuinss, from October 1 tc May. iu I.clhbridge, according to ai announcement made this is ejected the butchers will lioat Wednesday afternoons for the entire year. This means ths retail stores pro prietors of which are members of th. Retail .Merchants' Association, at east, will stick to their usual closing uour, of nine o'clock oh" Saturday niBhts and six o'clock other evenings except Sundays. change has been made in the opening hours. There was some question a few weeks ago whether the half bolldav would be conliuiied. but J. .v. Md.eod chief inspector under the announced while'here that the sa'me ruling as has applied other years will he effective this year, allo'wing the stores to remain opan Wednesday af- ternoons and Saturday evenings Until nine o'clock. A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK a cool, refreshing, like- able drink for child or adult It's a beverage llial you can with safety and enjoyment serve at your lahlo or to your guests Try it at yonr'fnvnrfln fnnnin'i.' today. A FULL OF SOFT ALL FLAVORS 9 Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH On and After Sept. 24th, 1920 and until 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. Bulterfat. No. 2 Sweet Cream, 52c per !b. Butterfat. CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 VOTE "YES" FORA BONE DRY ALBERTA Our New Steam Pressing Machine n6i ue nnrn on When done properly, pressing and spotiglng .-j-ill make your KOrmentj wear longer. Why no; have yoii- pressinK done by the newest pro- Our prices aro reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' SuK, Dry Cleaned ...........Jl.50 Suit, Sponged and Pretsetl 11 as Suit, Worlt called for and c'sljvered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET. NORTH PHONE 1770 Shall the Importa- tlon or bringing of intoxicating liquors Into the Province be i forbidden? Shall the Importa- tion or bringing of Intoxlsatlng liquors into the Province he forbidden? IB. I Inserted by Social Service League. ;