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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL KIWI WHEBK YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGl tJADLY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS J- MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBUIDUE. ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION Figures In Today's Nominations JWther Party Leader or U, F. X President To Be At This Week's Contention Hon. Thos Crerar 'eader o' the Nationalist-Progressive parly In, the tlbufie ot CommonB, will, unfortunate- ly, not he attend the conten- tion of the I-elhbrldgo District U.F.A. association -'in this city on, 'Wednes- day and Thursday ot this week Nol ther will President Wood of the U-F A be present This announcement was made tor the Herald this morning by iW. A.-Hamiilob, secretary ot the asso- ciation information to that effect hav Jug been received While the liens Is not pleasing to local he" association ,they are able: to ani 'ice that Hon. Jlr Crerar and President "Wood will ad dress a mass meeting in-Lethhfidge some time within the neit month.-Ar rangomenta are being made for a tour cf before the opening of the HouEO'of Commons.when Hdu Mr Crerar tho farmer leader address meetings in Medicine Hat Red Deer Calgarv ?ad Edmonton These meetings follow- ing the meeting of the Canadian Cqun- ill of Agriculture "at Winnipeg thl week be of special importance as the findings of the council on two ijnpo'ilanl matters the proposed wheat pool and political action lull he dis cussed so that faruera from all thr> province will in close touch jwitb.'the decision of-.their ieuders The (.omentlon on and Thursday wl.ll.Jbe held in .Wealey Hnll and it IE expected the it tendance hill ho the largest This the (bird cotiTcntloirot association. Politic and the fi heat mitrketldg proo lem will ha the big quest on V of the tanners plattorni is also promised" It' Is unfortunate -from- the -viewpoint pf the association that the leaders of thi HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL Former ulderniani who is making an- other try, for' hoard this year. E. A. RIC? Elected by acclamation as a member of the Separate School Board, a member. He. 1s W A HAMILTON Former superintendent 'of schools Tvh'o is a' candidate'for'tho public school a nieniber ot the teaching staff, principal'flr superin- tendent continuously lor 'ove'r-10 years. Sworn in .By Judge Is a Veteran .of the Great War Ladj Missionary Tells of Woik To Andience at Wesley Chnrch MIsF- L. H. seven years a mlsiionnrj devoting her time aid When the district court convened this morning for the trial of the ac- tion Strong Dowlervs'Flateboj Mr. E. J. Knisley of Edmonton ivsis sworn In ns court reporter Mr. Knisley left Sarceo ca'riip'for England the 113th Battalion (ketbundgo Highlanders) and s-m HELD ON A BIGAMY CHARGE Lou a former, re- sldent of the city, and -whose wife is still held in Portland a charge Hfe Hfirtul wife Is ;Of bigamy._____________ _ leaving tho ciiy-'tor Portland to evidence Snathe else MAN 3ADLY BURNED efforts to educatioral work among, sen ice that battalion when lib girl? and bovs in i est China tave a sorbert with the lith resenc leilew of the work ot missionaries In vScaforlh that country Si Weslev churr-h hall the resenc Mr Kuislej night She considerably on ordcrh room sergeant Tu June the and lw ,no wlie''c 'sened with tho S thi Nova Scotia e farmers 'movement have alt been called to Wlntipeg this seek for the tion before Iho annual con ventlou of UFA sin Edmonton nexj. month and therefore ml liortlur Mr W X HomHton of Farm Pro ducts announced that Mr B S McHorv western manager of the United Grain Growers; will be in' tethbridgp i Wednesday afternoon' nnd'Wlll convention of the IdhlriflEpHJPA on the wheat marketing question This changes the program ot the condition as It planned to this iliscuasion take pi-ice Tbo mcetlug Till he held in Hall The District pbe re spending those of h the Tibet border and Is le was n at practlcallrvall Iho -nar OI round aijt' it has la popijlatloa enual frantiq trenei ievci Mr as slaB sergeant at Canadian life is near r 3 Argjll House London, where hemmed In )le was jn cnarEC ot thc clerical staff ilemohllizatlon of olhe: to that of iho United States The religious hr 1 aro the Canadiin Me4h- odisl. American, Uiptists English Friends Fnglish Sinco his-return to tuljustment, branch of the Sold Settlement .Board at their.; Edmonton Gathering Of monnnes In the fleld exam' The speaker said nil missions etc before ChrMraas would the same himu booliB the samo kind ljook their appointments as soon, aa ot Sunday school helps and tho same possible kind ot church papers All literature U the same and a great deal of it is printed b) the We t Chin? Tract Soc icty.and money for this is co ilrlhuted h> the In tho field A great deal of Christian literature Is printed every year hv CanadJan-Methndlst Mission Somewhat of a rnytter.lous ace! dent took ptace early -hours of Sunday morning when a man named T Elger was badly burnt in a shack by the brewery The accident Is said to have happened by a coal oil lamp'HIIing on Us head victim is now recelv Ing attention in the Gait Hospital 1 HOGG was tho only 'ouo of the retir- ing school trustees to be nominated. He has; served .'one two-year term. A Big Still is Discovered On Monarch Farm The'biggest..stfll so far unearthed is one located'by. Sergeants Lobb and KergnsonVauB. Constable Fleming of thev R C fM P contained a worm :3 long RB a lamp "post find was.found on the premises oj Jack MacDonald. near Monarch A still formerly- be- MacDonald and alleged to been gilen to Ld Johnston, a noichhor was, found on the promises of, tho latlerl, Both will he ..up for trial tin 'due course In -stills on the. farm w'ere it is said FINED FOR NOT SENDING DAUGHTER >TO -SCHOOL For failing Ethel, aged nine; to -school, Adolf Witizki was, at fliw Island.r fined J5 a, --M-V-- be wltrr'pwre tevere ly up agaiff for the ume offence A largo 'gathering ot Oddfellows taet intho l.O.O.P. hall on Friday Dec. 3rd, being the flmVt cession of comprising the lodges: LGtlibridge IjOflge No. 2, .Viaduct Lodge No.-6S. and Mlzpah Lodge No 72 of this cili Diamond. City Lodge, Lodge of Card- ston, Foremost Lodge and Btzlkom Lodge. The Initiatory, degree was confer- red: on ten' A. very excel- lent, hantiuet was provided by a com- mittee ot Sister Keb3ka1i3._ Following tho hanqunt a pleasing was offered, interspersed with toasts and speeches.' Alnbng those present, were, .tho following Grand Lodge Grand Master, Bro Chas E Noble, Ton sort Alia Deputy Grand Matter, Bro B Burnett, of this city; Grand Marshall, Bro Dr V V Christie District Deputy Grand Master -_Hro. Edgar Covell of I-ethbridge at Chcngtu as well Alt organizations !agree' on .laying great stress on educational union and at the present time about fifteen thou sand and girls' arc registered at the Christian' These schools are conducted m harmony with the government officials Thc relations between the Chrlitlan schools and the gbyernment officials more 'of a social, natafc. The Chris- I tian workers' are left to their own aims in their Tbo speaker dwelf on tho marked difference Belweeni.'the leaders of tho church and leaders of tho gov eminent schools In this relation she nlso told 6fihe -'difference between the (Cfontlnned on page nine) WON'T INTERFERE MONGTON'.N B.DCc ci'v council Ins aecided not to Interefere with" in M6iiday. Ijove.of money ic Iho root of all evil of.some'saod. BAWDENBROS. 1PHONE625 REAL GIFT To make your Christinas shop- ;ping a pleasure, shop early and wisely. For the people you really care about, the Ideal gift .Is one which combines both beauty and usefulness' and which lastsja long, time. .FURNITURE will solvb your problera satis- factorily for every, one, PIANO A snail deposit will hold ouo for you. ERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST EXPORT LIQUOR JSTORE Certain goods of Empire Liquor Export .Store In the been seized by order of Superin- tendent Pennefather of C, M.P., and C.'T. Wood, Inland Kt'- venue, for, as alleged, compound- ing without license and "for un- lawful labelling. It is alleged that liquors were compounded by; the of essences, beet oil, etc. and labels wrongfully used. Low price of grain j is blamed .for closing of a bank in Homer, 111., which failed for about the. only. got out of the ojtoratioiV'was'tho relish with whicli'.'lhe consum- ed It. .Bread' as QUA- KER BREAD relieves her ot all the wofk, tta standing orer Hie hot atoyo, weurtsortio .kneading and mining nml sbc derives the same benefit of family approval becAUse-lt- is an good. as mother makes, g6od and nour- ishing. ,-v J JOHNGILMORE Llrriiterl ILK AND CREAM Hive >ou tried our pu i> pas tCiirized. milk and separated cream, fresh from the 'farm every day? Our business quadrupled In -the last' two months. THERE'S A Tiie reason is contained In. the goodness in our products. Try, tis and bo .convinced. .Quality and service guaranteed. Serv.e both the North and South Wards. We are- still making lhat fine quality'ot butter you like so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND We nro nlso agents fo'r the Cardston Creamery brand of fine, fresh, pasteurized Itullcr, and have a stock on hand. Thl'i 'liuller needs no advertising "on the IxilhbrMKc market, and can only bo obtained throdgh 115; Our phone is nnd wn are at your service for all Dairy Products, Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRtDOE, PHONE Office and Planl, 12M 5th A, South; bpN'T FORGET Tlio'fcniTpTsca where you can your shoes repaired byiprac- Uta! riioemakere Is at i T-' Hutton Perkips 118A Fifth Street South Phone E93 S.doorj S. "of 'Colonial XMAS CAKE hest materials used, in cludmgJCrj slal No 1 But ter" Regular price, per II) OOc %fepecial December 3rd loj December 10th poi Ib f lth ,the "Christmassy" feeling- he brings, or probably It's because the Good Fellows them- j selves to it yet, but.whatever the cause the Christinas Cheer Fund for the Kiddles'. Isn't setting the send-off this "y'ear, "suc- cess of other ever there's nearly yet to rectify thjt .and; make> the fund-this year'.the4'biggest cess of Its history, yye kno.w..tlje Good Fellows are Just as senerous as ever, and thai.they know there Is likely to be rn'o'rc real need for' the cheer. the funcl brings'''at Christmas than in-Some years, past, BO we 'are not yvorrying. The .Brownies haven't.forgotten.; Trust the morning ;the tots sent their contribution.'.. It came In an envelope and was_ made up of nickels and dimes' r .svhich represented. Teal sacrifice to them, .That's rife sflini wiiici> makes the Christmas Cheer Fund, a success. Good for the Brownies Contributions started coming in Saturday. The number his grown, today. It will continue to grovt every day until Christmas Eve v Help' It to grow, j Incidentally, watch, ap peal each day hereafter on the Herald local page, to which It has been transferred for convenience; The fund now stands Previously acknowledge V5.00 No. 1 Company Brownies 2M J. Foster................2.00 .A. G. Baalim .............5.00 Donald Buchanan ..........500} INED FOR THEFT OF LUMBER FROM GRANARY Thomas S. Spry. Twas at Bow Island ned with costs, for lha theft of mber from a graifary belonging to a elghbor named Negleskl. :-Tho. infor- ation was given by, Roy -.Seattle, and .e accused put-up-the'singular plea at ho had sold the-quarter'section u which the granarr..was; to Mr. Deal- e and had received part'-payment in MAN 0' WAR AND SIR BAR- TON RACE AT COLONIAL 't Manager Len Brown ot the Colon ial Theatre, has secured the only authentic and genuine motlou pic- tures of tbc celebrated race between Man Q1 War and Sir Barton, 'arid stated today he wiH show them at thc Colonial on next Wetlnesdav otes ot one Boll, which Seattle had [Thursday These pictures urned over to him As the payments (iifrcrent uo had not bean made, he said that Oj tno o felt he had the right to take thetrace Tbc spectator sees In the pic umber, bprv implicate J a man nara everv phase of the big sportmt, d Little in the thelt, that ho erent dearly is if ho was sitting ad helped him to load thn lumber on In the grand stand Oft o tho wagoS Sentence on Spr> Colonial this week Pick" eferred for half an horn untl1 the winner, Ijova liarge bgamst Wtilo nab gono into e was found not guilt) and exonerat d." In fining the dccuEcd the-'niagis rate gave him a reprimand for ayiug thc chargo against Little lectures "Mon Drams liule the Tnesi- Success11 aufl iVhv'' Thhr- 'ncadin Silver Collection Cflnsulbiions in.' Uoom'IS. Dont miss his fauioas lecture on 'Love, Courtship and Marti-igo Lectures to aion Sundax at 3 pin ind ji m m theatre O BOX 910 PHONE 1613 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business RITCHIE PATERSON, AND CO." 5-6 Acadla Building 612 .Third. Avenue .South IPS TIME TO ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKE We are again taking orders for our well and favorably known Christmas Ca_k6r-Housekeepers 'who are particular about the excel- lence of can rest assured of the quality of ouy cake. Lot us take this. {rnpo'flaht part of your Christinas baking off your hands On December ISth wo will GjVE AWAY the Christmas Cake in our window ".to-the person guessing nearest its. weight. This 13 air almond iced regular make. Those a Christmas Cake are entitled to two any. person guess. In the event of the cake being won by a person who hoXordered.n Christmas Cake, the price of the cakeVIII ho refunded. Guesses be registered any ttae up to'December. 11th, There are only, alx days left In .which fo mail our OVERSEAS CAKE Please order at" If to send one. KIRKBY'S 605'3RD AVE. SOUTH. "Golden Krust" Unequalled-fpr-its rich nut flavor. our Sanitary Rotary Oven from the best ingred- ients money- can 'buy. Always fresh at our new store, 407 5lh St: S. 4 Quality is our watchword, Lethbridge National System of Baking 407. FIFTH STREET SOUTH I ;