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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1920 THE mmmpQ^vAn?r mnvjo For taber Dance Crowd Attended Affair In , Aid of NorMs' Home at j Live Easte^ Town .(From Our iOy^n Correspondent) TABBR, Dec. il.-"Never saw euch � icrQWd jn. the old hall ofifore." The remark, made by a well known hali-Itue of social alfairs, applied to the Hospital benefit dance In aid of a Numea' Home held in the Bocial hall ,last evening, which drew an attendance of unparalleled proportions, according to the guests. Mattet^ in connection with accommodation for the nurses at the hospital have been coming aulckly to a bead, and so it was decided to sUrt a fund by giving a big social dfince in the half. The experiment was a big success, for days before the ev^n.t it became patent, that even the floating section of the population, consider the hospital u fixed charge on personal expenses, something whose right to collect is recognised. 86 everybody who could tum-' �d out, and the uptown streets were Bitefit for hours. While figures are not yet to hand, the fact that one man bought twenty-five tickets alone, is an Indication of how the matter was regarded.. The hall was nicely decorated for the occasion, and music was supplied In turn by both the band and a good town orchestra. The affair, in* short, went off 'With a "bang," and all the dancers in the community took part when a fair chance came, which was not always easy, owing to the crush. In the novelty dance two hundred and ten people were counted on the floor at one time, nearly one hundred' and fifty couples being present. Two prizes were awarded, the novelty prize or award going to Mrs. E. V. Rose and partner, Mr. Drummond. In this waltz, which was a ladles' choice, the waltcers promenaded iu the first half, | each lady receiving a ticket, and the tickets later dropped into a hat, the ladies' taking out one at random, the number being read oft, and the couple retiring from the dance. The last couple remaining on the floor received the prize. A second prize was awarded to Mrs. Jackson, of llegal City, and partner, Mr. Scott, a rancher south of Taber. The dancers kept it up to a late hour, the method of the novelty waltz, prolonging that number. But it was a very satisfied crowd that eought the consolations of Morpheus, fter the famous hospital dance last Bight. BUSINESS CHANGE AT CARDSTON . (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Dec. 2.-A very important busii^ess deal 4r&a put across yesterday between R. W. feeder, the pioneer butcher of Oardtfton, and Messrs. Stoddard and Frank iiayton. Mr. Reeder sold his butcher business and stock, and leased the buildings to these two enterprising young men. iMr. Stoddard is well known li. Cards-ton and district as a foraraoat busiiiess msh'for bis sound Judgment and fair dealings. It will be an asset to the town of Cardston to have him undertake this new business. Mr. Lay ton is a younger man, but one whom everyone speaks \vell of *ho know him. The firtn name will be Stoddard and Layton, and they will run an up-to-date initcHer shop, ilrst class in every particular, and win carry on a strictly cash business, paying the highest cash price for all produce and running no credit on their books. TWELVE THOUSAND ' DOLLARS REALIZED AT ^VULCAN SALE (Prom Our 0\*^n Correspoiident) VULCAN, Disc. 3.-A, great macy auction sales have; been conducted in the Vulcan, district^ recently^' Stock, Implemetlts and f*jirnlturoi%eitiwi to find .ready buyeril at good prices, Itind the sellers seem to be "riU tileased with the results senerally. At a itale held on the tahnrof W. R. CJardner, east of town last week, the handsome sum of 1)2,000.00 was realized from the sale of effects. Wesley Garrod' died in hospital at Chatham' as a refeult Of scalds received whert he fell into a vat of boHlnj? water at a packing plant. dose Win For Cardston In A Sch IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that 1 dark bay gelding pony, brand not visible, 1 white hind leg, the other streaked with black and white, was Impounded in the pound kept by the undersigned at Coaldale, -Alta. J. H. Glbbs, pound-keeper. 553 TENDERS FOR BUILDINGS The City owns a few frame btiiid-ings outside the utilities area for I which offers to purchase may be (From Our Own qrr�St>ondent) CARDSTON, Dec' 2.-The high school debate on the course of studies held last night between C!ardston and Woolford, resulted in'a close win fori,,i� Particulars as to location of these the No BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITys TRADE CA?S BE FBUKP ^.THAN. THE CLASSIFIED >^jLUiVlN OF ITS LEADINCiiS^PER ''%e Herald. is;,t}i? medium.! of the local field and commands the con-idence of its F territory. ' , No other agiant could do the :�vork as quickly a^'The.Herald Want Ad way and bring such-satisfactory results. . � ' TRY ONE TODAY-^ cen^ a line; 6 insec-tidiM for the price c�'4; PHONE 337 ZL. ^ PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS ^ MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair. Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Mull Block, 7th St.,.Ground Floor. Farris Ser\'ice Agency . . Sdentiiln Collections Everj'wnero. Contlngeric/ "basis. We get re-�nlts., Everything In accountancy. Prompt at!BT.f)on. ' 4 Acadia Block. PtQS* 1616. DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICB, Dentist,, ly of Lethbridge, has loca 679 Granville Sit., VaflcavTer, Phone Zoy. 9300. Opppsltd,'.! son's Bay Co. . . A OSTeOPATM?C PIANO TUNING a. H. CRIPPS-EXPERT TUNER- Plajrer-Pfano and OrBaD Repairer 10 years' factory experience. Honours iertlflcate M T. Assn., Liondon. England Keterencee to the leading musicians of the city. Phone IIU �21 10t^ TO GEORGE BERG, Formerly of Coaldale, Alberta. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the .following persons have commenced legal proceedings against you in the District Court of the City of Lethbridge, Alberta, for the following amounts and for the following causes of action namely: Robert Lyle Climle, ?483.05, work and labor. Sidney B. Blanchard, $151.50, hire of horses. P. Lund & Co., $324.60, goods sold and' delivered. Edouard Langevln, $244.60, work and labor. Napoleon Laugevin, $137.60, work and labor. Agnes NcCurdy, $30.00, work and labor. George Strager, $79.90, work and labor. A. E. McCurdy, $97.55, work and labor. H. Wareburg, $326.25, work and labor.' Adolf Sporniac, $306.45, work apd labor. Samuel Brady, $453.05, work and labor. Replies have been received for the follow-ing Box Numberii: 24,28, 33, 37, 39, 47, 55, 64, 87, 89, 100, 126, 132^ 141. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS m NOTICE The Silver Grill Restaurant, having; changed hands, the., undersigned will! not be responsible for any debts or � claims against the same after the 14th day of November, 1920. (Signed) , (..J. L. MILLER. Ad F NOTICE ANCHOR Anchor Don aids o|n Notice Is hereby given that Shue Duck Tong has purchased the business of Loo Sam, tailor, of 320 7th St. south. All accounts owing by the said Loo Sam must be presented at the above address on or before the 15th day of December, 1920. (Sigiied) LOO SAM. Dated at Lethbridge, this 1st day of December, 1920. 301-3 HE SEES WITH EASE Foresighted men never allbw'themselves to get taralghted or even nearsighted. At the first indica'.'on of Impaired eyesight they come to J. M. Hcnde);son and get their vision perfected with proper glasses. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. , DR. J. H. HOKWl^Hi! OSTEOPAUHtO',' 4 PHYSICIAN., 81S-1S-20 Sherlock Hours 10-12, 2-4; appointment. fhono 1081, ..^'f," 5 '1 PK'VATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM FrlY�M^ PlUI. 1K4 7th Ave. 8.. Lethbll Pboae 74t o'clock sharp. Mr. ion. Alstoi iind little d-iugliler arrived this woek from TJtah to visit his parents here. Mr. Barton Poulsen, Royal bank staff, is in Cardston for a few weeks relieving one ot the Cardston staff who is ill. The Magrath public school are rehearsing an operetta which will be presented before the Xmas holidays. Herman Williamson, $181.25, work and ; labor. C. Brady, fl50.55, work and labor. William Jackson, J35.00, work and labor. Roger Brothers, $67.50, hire of horses. W. A. Grunewald, $92.95, goods sold and delivered. H. C. McFarland, $30.45, goods sold and delivered. R. J. Baldry, $624.90, goods sold and delivered. YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that unless you file lu the Office of the Clerk ot the above Courts of Lethbridge, Alberta, and deliver a Defence or Demand of Notice on Or before the 22nd day of December, A. D.1920,judg-ments may be entered against you by tlie above parties without further notic6. Shepherd, Dunlop & and Ball and Kirkham, Solicitors for the above parties. Lethbridge, Alberta, November 22nd, 1920. Approved : J. A. Jackson, .T. D. C. & L. J. B. C. Ad C XMAS SAILINGS From New York Tp Dec. 9-SaxonlH.. Plymouth-Cherbourg-Hamburg Dec. 11-Columbia,. Wtoville, G'gow Dec. 14-Aquitania.... .Cherbourg- S'mJ)ton From Portland, Me. To Dec. 9-Saturnia ..... .�.. Glasgow Association of Army and Navy Veterans m Canada v Lethbrldne Unit. No. 34 \eterant desirous ot Jolalni; tbe above association, cat, obtain information and appltcatioa for'tas from the secretary, L. LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 6. Loth-bridge. -LIVERPOOL Carmania. .Dec 25 Carmania. .Jan 22 Rice, There is some talk on the street of the nomination of a candidate to oppose Mayor W. P. Teskey should the latter seek re-election. He has declared thst he intended to retire at the conclusion of his present term, but his friends may persuade him to remain In public life. The aldermen whose terms expire this year are D. O. Mackay, Chas. Mes-singer,.and George Francis. It is likely that these gentlemen will bo returned by acclamation. Four vacancies must be filled on the school board. J. F. Snyder. C. W. Folk. V^ A. Macleod and Malcolm Mackay conclude their terms. It is AND WHIST DRIVE FOR THE G. W. V. A. (By Staff Reporter.) CARMANGAY, Dec. 2.~Tho Ladies' Aid of the United Church announce their annual bazaar to be held in the opera house Saturday, Dec. 4. Elaborate preparations are being made for the event which will be a social affair of more than usual interest. There will be candy, apron, fancy goods and other booths, fish pond and a number ot other novelties. Afternoon tea will be served by the ladies of the aid. G.W.V.A. to Entertain Ladies ! Vou can't look smirt if your hair Is thin. Save your combings and send to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARDSTON, Alta. To be made up Into SWITCHES, TRANSFORMATIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES. ETC. Send 1'/2 ox. combines or upwards for switches at $1.00 per oz. NEW YORK- K A Vic. .Dec. 18 K A Vic.Jan 15 NEW YORK-CHERBOURG- I SOUTHAMPTON tmperator. .Dec 23 Imperator. .Jan 20 ' Aquitania. .Jan 25 Imperator. .Feb 17 i NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH-CHER, j BOURG I Caronia____Feb. 8 Caronla.. .Mch 15; NEW YORK-GLASGOW (Via { Moville) I Columbia. .Jan. 15 Columbia. .Fob ID PORTLANO, ME.-GLASGOW | Cassandra Dec. 30 Saturnia. Jan IS For full Inft.rmallor. flppl>- to any K R. or S. S. Agents, or Company's office SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St.. Winnipeg. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. F. H. WIUONS BIGHT BPECIAUST 327 6th St.'S. Opposite the Empress. Phone lis*. Res. PhonA 1837. tLLLlKiC SUPPLIES Electrfo Light siiHii�l'in ........ Antwerp Jan. 6-MPtatramtt ........ I.Ivprpool Jan. 7--l'retnrlan .......... Olaei^ow Jan. 16-ilnllta............ Liverpool Jan. 2X-Coralcan ..... Havre-I-iondon Southampton Tlironeh Sleeping Can to the ahlp'a aide will bo run from Wlnn'.peir and other w-Jtcrn point.i to St. John, N.B. CANAm.\N PA i&i^^ V,.-.: .D.IAMbND IJEWELIERI A^PECifli T > v.SE-'PTER X>,>-^ ^/ 331-S-ST. 'ATCH REPAIRING LETHBRIDGE iOLO-GOLD & SILVER'BOUGHT XMAS SAIUNGS .-VM ERIC AN. RED STAR AND WHITE STAR LINES WHITE STAR-DOMINION LINE ---. From New York: Farmers When In nt:ed of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Intar. est to try US. We have an up-to-dato Machlno 8hop and employ only first clasi Machinists. Satisfaction In pnca 6id warkmunsh'p Tractor Cylinders reground. aud fitted with over-size piBtonj apd rings. NIVEN 216 1st Ave. 3. BROS. Phone 1732 From Portland, Me.: Dec. 15, "MEQANTIC" From Halifax, N.S.: Dec. 16, "MEGAJ^TIC" Dec. 11, "CELTIC" Dec. 11, "FINLAND" Dec. 15, "ADRIATIC" SPECIAL TRAIN to Halifax, C.N.R., and Special Through Tiourist, Sleeping Cars. C.P.R., leaving Winnipeg. December 12. No Hotel Bills NO Transfers. Rates aud full information at Local Agents or Coiupanys Office 286 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEL & FLLIOTT Sheet Metal Worknra 338 6ti. St, Sooth Phona 17 IS L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Desaret tMewa Agant WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automobile Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you about it, or ask someone who has one. They. STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 2 f,t\\ Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. HEfi H - A - TIMOTHY ALFALFA BLUE JOINT STRAW Baled with three wires. Standi' handling. HOME GROWN POTATOES Tho Butter Kind. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shlppepi Coaldale and Lethbrlffge ;