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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 1919 DAILT PAGE THRER V OQ DADDY OF THREE AND 4O A CABINET MINISTER Some Facts About the New Provincial Secretary Ontario, His Home, Family, Ambitions and Plans. ST. GEORGE. Oat., NOT.. Twentr-elfllit yearp o( ace, Lte diddy 'o[ three'' children and Prorlnclai Sec- retary -of Oixlvlo. Vany me a" have attained the UB o! 33 some Imvo be ft I here- of fuilHes, but history off no precedent to the career of Hup. Harry O. Klxoo. who has crowned tha at his "Urenttea" vrllh rack. Hon. Mr. N'iion wns bora 011 of vUlMa of St Boraa miles from Dr ford.oa April 1.-1W1. hi when U. F. O. inoreDMnt bet an to fin'eeii rural Oat B no ha tocajno. one of the iplrLls In the Ertnt cGunly Boon he appointed n powerful, fixedness ot tbo local 17. V. O. Corp- orative branch, and lie tame director ot the U- P. O. clubs. Not To Accept TVhen the youthful farmer was till upon by lion. 12: C- Drury, a. new premier, lo assume portfolio ot Ihe Provincial Secretary, he evidenced considerable to ?.ccerlp par- ticularly. on the crbuuds of totn lack of years. When, however, (bis cljJecl vii3 overcome by I ha Insistent dernaud oC thu U.F.ti. chieftains. Ihe now Minister withdrew all others ami made plans lo All the office. It was aioL, however, wHhcmt many keen re- grets, especially aa It meant :he par- tial breaking up of MB home, (o Ih -i building up ol which he baa devoted the' past flro Even yet. 'Mr. Nixon holds no political aralilllons and views his appointment solely in llio light of Q. public duty which ho must fulfill as his share ol the respon- sibility he assumed when lie contested the North Hraui ildlng. Youngeit Member of House "Canada's youngest Cabinet Mfnisc- er, Tirlio is also the youngest mp-nbar of Uic Ontario Legislature by ft I M IJTC years, is tbo e.-nbodimenl .he PASTURE AND FEED n Mention M- FOH oai feed, In cur ]olo t.o.b- Knsigv. Apply S. Tucker, Ensign. Tclcphono Vulcan 111905. .tons of pmirle wool at per ton f.o.b. Ctonn, Sask, Apply F. C. Perry, Clean, FOR oal bundles, per ton Immediate delivery, tor ono iVliircbl-son Bros., Gaddea Brndcn, 330 5th St, S. Phone 1GOS. cara good _____js, thai wilt thresh ahout 50 bushels to the acre. Price J22.QJ) per Ion on tree freight certificate- F. W 2026 Arthur street, neginn Sask. Green and ripe oat bundles.. Immediate delivery "in car lots. Wagon loads delivered at Coal at tern. Free freight on IL W. Lever, Xlpp. Alta, o. 1 Drome Grass, 1918 Eocd, J38.00; "No. 1 Upland Slay I28.CO; 50 tons Straw, No. 1 oat and barley, 50 tons green feed, CTlra'finc for present "use E. Balrd, G3n 20th Ave. W-i AUa. LOST AND FOUND 'CWhtn Replying Mtnlion -The Herild blaci marc and BT coll, no hnnds. -Mare velghs 900 pounds. Write II. McNcoly, ner, -Alta. night, mui's ?lahne JackeL. Iroiu llfh 31. ml the binder return t 1U HUi St. S., ana recalre rownrrt. MliUsLer's professions la" brought into relief In Ihe perusal ot a printed card hlch he .had circulated duriug Ills ampaiKn. Tbe text- o[ the-message, rhkh was in a fashion unconsclous- y prophetic, Teatls: '-ShouJJ I be the people's choice, will strive to Initiate and support In- crease the pror.pcrlty anil'' happiness of the homes of Ihe. country." It. would'-be hard lo'. conceive thai Mr. N'lzon had'. any expectations of jclng appointed (o superrlae Ontario's public "Homes" at the time ot his candidature, when. Ihe farmers them selves did not' even ex- pect to be called upon lo form ernmenl. .a'Family "Man Like practically every one ot the U.F.O, leaders, Mr. Nixon is essen- tially a family man. .'One of my reas- oat tor returning1 to the he in- formed The .Journal, '.'when I com- pleted my studies, TTII that I always wanted to have a home and "family of mr own, tad I did not IhliJt the cities offered the same possibilities of home MEDICAL MAS8AQE SCALP TREATMENTS FOR FALLING HAIR FACIAL MASSAGES PHONE 1710 FRACHE BROS. and all tow era. Floral Phona 1W3 THE DIXON SHctT METAL CO. PHONE 1057 126-0 Farris Serrice Agency Scientific Collcwiloni Contingency beslg. Wo set re- sults. KverylblnB In accounl- ancy. Prompt altentlcn. 4 'Acadla Block' Phone 1616 SITUATIONS WANTED Woman wishes Ibe day or bour. Apply Box. HI Her VIADUCT LODGE, NO. 53, I.O.O.F. McelJ every Tue-uay Night cl A N'T E Espe ricnce il Oddfellows1 Hr-H, Cor- er desires position. tiieet and Fourth Avenue. S. Hearty extended All Vlsitora. Fred'k' Heath, See. PLouei: -By rclurncd young man posilloti In grocery store. Tharougli Residence 1731, Office G62. knowledge ol business. 'Apply Eyes listed.- WANTED A young lady desires posi- tion (is bookkeeper. J. M. HENDERSON Cfflct it WriaK's Jewelry Houn: iO to 17 a.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. of .Mount Royal College. Apply LETHBRIDGE LODGE. NO. 2 Meets every Friday night In the Odd fellows' A licarlr welcome ei WANTED Expert tended (o all vlsitms brothers. tion In l-ethbrldfie. Secretarial work preferred. Excellent references. Ap- WA Responsible would Uk.o position a? clcrt during Christmaa rusb. ExiierJencesl in gro- ceries, shoes, hardware, and poslofdcc work. Wages no object. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS U. F. O. spirit which, dur- the recent pmvlnciil leat the farmers' movement of a spiritual eniesde ag-ninjt the w ibltahed ptrty lyslem of politics. countenance aubUe, inlvui purpoie. Ii that of the 1st, studeat or scholar, but the. hand', thai have Bimled lo tbe callousing straJu of the P-uw, tra Etrour, prac- tical and capable. Ot Sturdy U. E. L Stock The Ntion lamlly Is of BiunJy U. E. U stock, ti held In high esteem In North where three siicces- ilve cultivated the same farm for nearly To years. Tbe first Xiion. Allan, Provincial Sec EDrtt arandfaUtr. from Iht U. S. to Qritemby, Ontario, was a prominent Muou, his up peering ou the Masonic rolls of Grliiisby Lodge aa having ucen Master Meson in the year 1791. Hf.t Boa Charles, then settled in County, laVlnc .up Ibe farm which no ft- toe frailly homestead. In the family baa leaned towards Conservative perty, ret always re- taining a strong independence which, u the new member and his father, re- ultetl La EH aim oat compete severance f party affiliations. Tbe young "Minister received hh irly education tbo Public and Schools of St. George, and cpon nalrlculallng entered the Ontario ericullural College in 1909, from rhlch he graduated In 1913. During [9 final year, in 1912, he ivas sc- rho riirai on Ibe ]5lh (lay or JIarch, 1319. are required lo file with Ihe undersigned The Trusts and Gu antee Company, Limited, by Ihe IS. day of January, 1930, a full; state- ment, duly verified, of their claims and of- any securities held, by Ihem. and lhat after that d.ite the Public Admin- istrator will dlslribule the assets of the deceased among Ihe parlies en- titled thereto, having regard only lo Ihe claims of which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to Its'knoivledgo. Dated Ihfs day of November, 1519. THE TRUSTS AND G1IAHANTEB COMPANY, LIMITED, Public -Administrator. Calgary, Alberla, Cnuada. JOHN VASELBNAK, Solicitor for the said Administrator. Approved: "J. AJ J.D.C. Ad C CONVICTED OF PLAGIARISM LOYAL ORDER OF MdoSE Lr-thbridge Lodg-, Na. 792. -Meels eve9- second and fourth.Tues- iy in each'irionlHj-'.at 8.00 p.m! Women of Lefllon Lelhbridge Chapter, No. 328. Meets every second and 4th Monday in each luonth, the Moose Hall, HTglnbotham Block. Joint social and .open inlghC first Wednesday af month. drive third Wednesday of month. Visiting brothers and fillers wel- comed. iA 16-year-old Xew York girl has been apprenticed to a moving pic lure concern, lo receive a week to start, lo be increased by ?25 a week until Is reached. Apropoi of the death n[ the Her. Dr. Joteph II. TwIcfaeU- of Hartford, rievd of Mark'Twain and the prtg- nal of Harris .in the. lalterV "A rramp Dr. P. II. Perkins one day: "Some years ago Dr. J. M. Buck- ejV the nolsd MBlhodial editor; took of nil clerical brethern tcvere- y la task for their tendency ID draw on Ibe id til 3 and eren the [uafe of Joseph I'arker without (uc While the Ilicusslon wau 'at bvlfiu Mark Twain Joe church and heard ope of Uie "laller's finest effort a. After Ihu sermon he came 'orward, grasped Ihe preacher'i hind, and aafdi 'Jw, lhat was a good.ecr- lon, but I have a book al home lhat contains erery ,Vprd o! it.T Dr. Twlchell was, IflKeti aback, 'and (lien waxed 'If you can show me the book I'd to ace he rejoined. 'I hare n great deal of brain nweat (o lhat sermon.' The next day Mark Twain sent him a copy of Wfihiler's TJnabrldgerf JMcllonnrf." ACQUITTED OF SABOTAGE BII.BOA, Spain, man charged with sabotage during the railroad strike of August, 1317, on CITY OF LETHBRIDGE whom the prosecution 'aiked court (o Impose Lbe death the were found nol bya Jnry to- day. Ten others wbo -were liable lo receiJTa of .life Imprlflon- ment If acquitted. There were great demonrtrtiloitB on the streets 'wben tha irere rt- ON MARCH COPENHAOEX, Dec. 5. The Cittho-SIflTakhui goTemment lias ordered Ihe organ I Ion of three mili- tary diSMi, a dlflpalch to Ihe National Tlrtcndc here. A Prague Christmas NOW is THE TIME- TO arrange your' trip to the Ohl Connlry. We ffte you ex- cellent service on the _ C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR And all'Other 'lines. >jrery asslEtince plven to fa- cilitate return passage n-JIboilt unnecessary delay, Tbe Rouiter Agencies (Formerly A Hljlnbolham Block, Phone 1412 I'ubllt: notice Is hereby givrn lhat a has hcen granted for Uic elec- tion of n Comnrlerafoner of I'dWc for the City of LethlJrWgc, nnd for Ihe df Two Tniafjcs for (lie lx.Lhbrldgo J'ulillc School District. No. 51. sind that Polling will UVc nn Monday, (he Sth iliy of De- cember, 1019, and frotn 9 'a.m. until p.m. at tho following ptacea: For Polling Divisions "A" ami "AA" at thft Library, 13lh St. North, for rolling Division "II" nt Tnfe Qymnailum Hulldlng of the Westmin- ster School, North Lelnbnrtge. for rolling Division "C" nt the Clly Cltrk'a Office In the City Hall. For Polling DKIalons "D" nnd "E" In the Kindergarten BnlMlnc of the Central School, on ftlh St. South, be- tween 4th nth And that will at 12 n.m, on Tnea- day, the Olh flay of 1919, M the City Clerk's Office In the Clly Ilall, sum up tho -roles nnd declare tho result oT (he election.' Given under my hand al I-ethbrldge (tllpalch, 'dtillnf with .Hie same sll- tuis 3rd day ot December, 191CI. uatfon, 21 dlrlslons of Ing to recovery. W. C. Clarke, P.O. are' advancing tewart 1, MoiiKTcli, Alia. Uie Hungarian frohtUr. A, DUJ'K, Jtelnrnlns Officer. -U L F..H..WILKINS EIGHT'SPECIALIST Scirthard 3lock Third Ave. South Phone 1959 Res. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES MEDICAL________ fi3. OAUUUlTn t Third Ave. SouU.. Office, 1253; Dr. UalbrallVs 1253; Dr. LyacTa Moralog, a Tie mo on and. office houn. DtYEUEtt. Royal Buk Bullillag. Office houm 1.30 to 3 ?.m.; 7.30 lo 8.3Q p.m. Phone MS. UKB. CONNOR. McNALLY LEECH 109 Sherlock BlocV. pliocei: Offlca 318; Healdence ol Dr, Coucnr. SIS; residence o( Dr. MoNally. 1090; residence ot Dr. l.cech. 1007. Oftlre houri: 11 to 11 a.m.; 2 lg 2. uid 7 to 8 P-M. DH. ETg NOSE >na Tbroit; 11! SbcrlocV Eldi. Ot- flee hours evenlafi. to S.30 p.m. Ptoutl: Oltlcl E93. Wl. f. w; PHYSICU.V and gurgeon. O'ffct, Shepard Block. opposite Slarluid Thettre, roomi to 4. Ollice Hours: 11 Ic 1!; 1.30 to 3 30 p.m. 7 to S.39 p.m. Phonea: Olfice 7SO; reildeoce 11S> 8th 51. S. I'hone H9t_ DR. R. J3. p. lin. Hlginbotbam Block. hours 11-12; 1.304.30; ''.aC-h.39. i'honea: Office 47S; reildenn, 1179. CHIROl-RACTORS CANADIAN PATKIOTIC FUND Slier- lock Blilg. Phono 101. Office hours: 10lo4. Saturday: 10 lo 1. Throat Spsmllsl. Bpecltl at- tention lo KOM and Tonall Survvry. GlaLsrs accurately rilled. Hllin- bolham liloci. LeUibridee, Fhonea: Ollice house 14th' SU S. Phone 73S. terms and il. 5 5th St. S. Phone I'o'r epplr1 'til TRANiFEft VKTE11ANS1 Gres- ory, proprietor.'- Light and hearr draylnff. Furriidirfe removed. Coal and wood delivered, c.o.d. 1317 lit Ave. N., Lelhbrldge. C.P.R. Sailings JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Dec. 13 ;Uec- 13.....KmpreM of Francu Dec. 31 ..........Scandinavian Jan. ..MelagnmA Jan. 18-----.Emprcfs of France Jan. 23 ..............Victorian Fell. 4 Feb. 12 ...........'..Metagama Feb. 13 .....Empress of Fmncc Fotj. 25 .Vletorinn Feb. JOHN TO CH.AMOW Dec. 18 ..............Preloriin Jan. IT ..............Prelorian Mur. 3..............Prctorlan (Pusport apiOcjtlei fonu Call or wrl'.i for fan (Ion, 0. P. R. Tlcktt Offlcd, JAt. MMDON OctHrt Adirt PHONI HI TIcketi lined la all otWr AV tutk Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.D, Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat Specialist Offlet; MUM F. Burn BnlldlBi, corner Ilk and BtrMt E., Ciliary. Phoact: OCfln. MM4I; Htitt, IIM7T. Tractor Repairs n nXnttni (H inctOT axd flttlavl platOTi tat Wa toT4 .1 rtoca a4 tot all ank4. ti Alto NIVEN BROS, SPIRELLA CORSETIERE Appolntmenta Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN 711 12th S. SPIRELLA CORSETS ANO ACCESSORIES Mrs, F. A. Parker, 1816 7th Ave. N. Phone MUSIC kilSS AILKKN -Playing and Theory; -pup 111 for tbe cTBLiioitlons of the -Roynl Acailemr au-l j Koyal ColJete.r.or Mualc, Loadon, -Knglanfl. last wera" successful. Street .South.____-__- MRS. W--H7 f eacaer of piano harmony BBtl Ineory. trained for CoTuartatorj- Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture In Large or Small ConSiRnmenls WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS after I p.W., ilred. .MTidio.-la.iS Gib Ate, A; (formerly 1326 Eth Are. A._8.) flTTlcOTVo'OXG, o! Voice, Piano Theory. Pupils prepared for Toronto u.xams. Thfs j'n'ows obtaining a eleven '-'hewn.-- five "ilrit claes honors." the for highest narka .in grade for the Dominion.. dlRls held Chrlatmu, 15th St. DRAYING WestcraTransftrCo, U- E. soldfers dead In France foist bo left In the grates they now oc copy until French art ready lo eihotne; Ihelr own dead, walch uol Ira beiore Jan. i, CLEANNC AND TTTB VALKrT SPBCIAlJSlfSlIJI l-'reach Cleaniog. 'Obr vrbcm eliminates daager of Inpiry to 'ft- menu. Only the high rat clan work turned out. tto. Imanllati attention is (o country orttn. S24 Slh Hlrwt South. FMmt 1M1 LOO" CLEANfNQ, Repairing ant illtntkiH prlcM. WaoXI.Hr asa'dullTcr goods. 410 4ti South. PlioM H4. tn-tt t. UtAL'lNO eral director and taNIa CT, motor or borM 4rlra ktWM. Parlom owortt Court Of- J Oiwn day aid Strwt, ;