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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IJiiUSJUHSIV K IJAll.Jf PAGE ApYEiniSEB OjHUR AFTER ADVERTISBPT 1NVESTHOT1G WIN IRELAND left to right: Senator David Laborr. Jaiie Chicago; Pleased Audiences Daring Week Women's Insti- tute Active. (From Our O.wn .Conespndent) .'.WARNER, Dec. Junior Institute Is holding a __. in tb.8 rest-room en Saturday the Inst. Some very natty "needlework, and tasty cooking will bo on eale. :The Senior Institute 'will run blase in the full hoiue. On the last evening, Thursday, con-' trary to expectations, a good show was given In the nature of "The Deep a play which .brings virtue and fair dealing to.the top, anil Sends cruelty arid evil to a llmely'reckoniag. 'Again as in..Iho. previous: perforniau- ces, Mrs. and Ed Cray won the house by tho clever portrayal of theh- respective parts of mining engineer, T returned to New York from the west, Training, Is featured for.his vacation, and a had woman, reformed and vainly; battjlng' against groat odds to go straight: .0. Royls- ton, the villlan; Jack'Mahsiield; the fawning always played One Day Each v Splendid Building. and MIsstHugnes, tho {By Staff: Reporter) throughout the school." .staged, considering.the limited space.. -_Mr Before gave tho Curtis jacilitles of the local js" pj. tests in arithmetic, spelling and .writ- ing to all grades from HI to VII! is that elusive.; The results of these- tests thls company will receive a warm wel- wlll be considered with results of sim-, colue wlco -they .velum, again In the ilar teats made in, all schools in the., repertoire. Doinii the'C and achoi ,'who halls from I and Is doing eicellent work. .He Is assisted by Miss Ram- say, -who appears to be primary teach'ef, la the two the school NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN BE FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The Herald flip Tjngrlititn of the local field and com- mands the con- of-its territory. v- No other agent could do the work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and bring such satr isfactory results TRY ONE cents tioiu for the price of 4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS .MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massaye Ladies' Hair Dressing.Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull liloclc, 7th St.; Ground Floor. DENTIST O J. COURTICB, Dentist, former: ly ol Lelhbrljge, has located at 879 GranvUle St., Vancauver, B. Q. Phone oey. 9300. Opposite son's Bay ,Co. Farris Sen-ice Agen'cy Scientific ContlpEeacr ijsls. We ,rfr culls. Everything la Prompt t Acadli RiocS: PIANO TUNING. 0. r.Player-PJanp End Organ Repairer 10 years' factory experience, HOD- ''ovt CerUBcata M. T. .England.1- References to the load Ini -ia city. Phone list ttl Si B. RE PLIES! .Replies have been received for the follow- mg BoxiNumbera: Foresighted men'never allow, thorn selves to get favslghted or even near sighted. At the first mpaircd eyesight tliey coBie to J. M Henderson 'h' get their vision per ected .wltli proper glasses. 33, 55, 64, 87, 89, J.' SI. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR The Maude Henderson Stock Com; pany, of eleven people have 'been hold- ON HOTEL FOR LOSS ing1 the boards at the local theatre, lor PUTTING LIABILITY the past four nights commencing on JJonday, with the' famous play "In the Bishop's Carriage." four acts'of this play were well staged and presented.- Hiss Hughes, in the role of Nance Holdeh, did clov- the cup., the best writing and art work rib- Canada Poultry Association in the hons.for the best sheaf grain' arid! 'nree.prairle '.provinces, was 'adopted I Shirley Noble carried off the prize annual meeting of the Saskatch.- 'ithe essay competition. Following In'ewan.PduH.ry Bfeeders' Association In r> tha footsleps of his well-known falh-' Saskatoon.' .Tho 'question of the for- fKAVELUJiG Shirley, deaivwith the question of mation of the.organization will be tak- 1Dry Land Farming in; Southern Ai- The Judgment' hand- 'berta. ,His essay was a very well- ed by Judge' Crawford' in -the .written and. carefully developed f i. jiutiawia. iiuLciKeeperrj- nav iviigi phia millionaire, bulk and rooming house proprietors and traing.. Bach Friday afternoon, OI lilB OOmCflT.- Thfi -TPSt. nf in ft' --_ti_ _ j- i_ _> of the.oomedy, of the- cast a clearer-explanation-aVtd lin'e honr Is devoted to religions study play are all worthy of mention, i meanlng-ipf'the-decision. under the direction of Rev Capt Mun- On.Tuesday.evening The New Mln- In the .case of Christie vs. the Cal-'caster, pastor of the United church isier was the bill. It Is. a vcrv gary Brewing Malting company, his The Herald representative had the snappy down east character comedy, honor did not-bold that an holelkeeper Pleasure of attending last Fridays wiitt plenty-, ol sallre is invariably responsible for property class conducted by Capt Muncasler, life, brewed with portion ol Icft care. ,a'nd to say the least, ho was Impres ed clean numor; and moral.J lTi tho case before. the: court the w'lb. the effect the simple unfolding Grar took the part of tho.Twen- plaintiff after leaving his room In the .of. great religious truths had on the leta century minister, and did all Couni0 the morning left his valise minds of the children Every stud tnat could be .with it. Will in the holer office, the proprietor eht was alert and actne, taking part Lung Hue has taken over the pre- iH, -i 'ae discussion which followed the m'ses and business of Kitchener Cafe, Sfl the plaintiff returned In the lesson.-. Capt. Muncaster Is doing a formerly owned by Long Lee and en.' up with the Alberta and Manitoba bodies by the Saskatchewan executive. 1 PRE.MIER." 6T TA WA, The current iisj sue: of' the Gazette contains a copy. of- the Issued. at Buckingham appointing, Hon! Arthur Meigben, prim minister. of Canada by his majesty's command, a member of his majesty's .most. honor- able privy council and which carries with it the title "Right Honorable NOTICE hi I I 'SmS of Mrs. played jjngaglng part of "Skeeslcks" the one-time cus'glrL-and showed valise.was gone, aiithofi-' worthy work among the children BQ. i the, community. ld Judge ttallS WHEELS OF JUSTICE roHlflnnlAlT9 U'L" a ?'mllilr CaEO ll had teen he1d thatJ Hrlnihtq nf VIM M in extraordinary cases Indian Witnesses Bring Pet Along and Iiavc Wn 1 Auction of the property. prima It Nearly Clears Court been.better. Miss Clara of.negligence. L aro odors and "Had the defendant shown that in the long list are d care of the possibly-thousands of police court od- in v'the judgment ors.' But'npne of them "Came as near, think perhaps the result stepping the majestic machinery of would have" been, quite different, but the law as did'one here today. Jonas the to be upon them .and Cornelius TJeslator, two Muncey when they took charge .of the valise Indians appeared on a charge of steal in thejvay they did to be able to give ing J840 from Martin Nicholas, also some reasonable explanation of. how a redman.'.- But Jonas and Cornelius art lil w'-3 Iost' 'cSst lo show, that and Martin haven't'much to do with of r 'Bnvi 'ithDy reasonable care, of it.' I the story. The'odor In question grew VlktrfM -The plaintiff, was given judgment slronge'r aud stronger in the court. "-P- -H and Idle opulence of thoils conlcnt8' 'PfflHier -with cosis, yornig American, millipnalre1 BRAND1ED CHERRIES BEYOND ALSO HOUSTON, What was said to be the opening gun of a: federal pro- hibition agents Thursday seized virtually all of Houston's visible supply of Christmas brandled cher- ries and mine put In glass prior to prohibition. Armed y5ith, .search warrants antf a moving'van, the agents seiz- ed more than 400 jars of fruit from several retail grocery stores and cached them In the local prohibi- tion enforcement office, The agentj assert that the fruit contained: more than one-half of 1 per cent, alcohol, Lung Lum at. Manyberrlea, All accounts. owing by :and Lung-LUTS fiiu'at'ue Or before December .30th, 1920, after which date" they will not L be, respon- sible Ad L aetei-s. The bill for WednesdayN evening wSs. "The Fool of Fortune." til this Ed. Gray as the young fool. conniving (In the'person of C. Roy! (f today. Jlrs. Curtis, In the role of ''Aunt the woman.witli a daugh- ter to marry everything out of Keivirart that was In.It. Also Jack Hansfeid noted th'e part of the'care- worn and broken-splrltiM huslnessman a a.very commendable style? Despite tho slight fauHiness, In unity of-ac- tion In the third' the-play took Wfilljas a whole, and draw forth a need of prals'e from' even! tho most UNITED KINGDOM' IMPORTS FLOUR f FROM CHINA SASKATOON, SSSk., Dec. 5. ff "T-hu United -Kingdom been Importing more flour from China than from any other slated a..prominent local flour man In an Inter- 'f view. Continuing, hd declared: "In the month of 4 bbls, ot flour were im-