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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920 HE LETHBKlDGfc DAILY HERALD PAGETRHES CHRISTMAS ISCOM1NG-WATCHTHESE PAGES FOR SOME BARGAIN SIN AUTOMOBILES, PIANOS, FURNITURE, ETC.-Tky Make Good Gifts SnUATIONS WANTED (When UeoUou i by young Jap- anese boy.'Apply H6 8th St. S. EXPERIENCED AN lor engagement. 1J34. Phone Jllsa Paul, 304-6 wishes' washing or cleaning by the day or hour.'Apply Box 1Q8, Herald. V-- 30We stenographer desires position. One and a half years' experience. For particulars write G12 "Phone 1555. SOM of any kind by young married man. Boiler lance' and bandy with tools." Apply 817 7th ATO.' S 301-6 Steady man with family wants wort looking' afterjilock or any employment, 1116 7th Jae. tt. Mourn Death Of Young Lady (Prom Our OWE Correspondent.) CARDSTON, Dec. The funeral of Miss Verda Lay ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James of Cardston, was' helil'> in the taberiiacio, Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Layton had bsen sick tor a jons- tiine and .bad undergone several operations in the Cardston hospital, bfclfhcr condition had not Improved much, and last Saturday night sho paBsed'awiiy. she leaves, be- sides'her father and three bro- F, A. Parker. there and five sisters, as well as a boat 258-0 young uian, position ,'iiirtcf' motor1 cars or trucfe -labor or any. other steady employment. Apply B. J. Jay- cocl. South: 302r-2 class engineer de- elres position hoisting or power-house wort 13or 96, Herald. 304-te DIAMOND CilY NEWS {Prom Our, Own Correspondent) DIAMOND CITY, Dec. D. C. Ou Thursday, Nov. 251U the .members of the club spent ah enjoy 'able-evening1 playing.: whist, Mr. Kndwldeii '.taking charge. After the delightful lunch -was served, -tlio fol- lowing prizes were giv.eii: r Ladies' 'first, .Mrs. -Lumbard; ladies' second, Mrs.-P. M; D'Arkos; gents' first, Wm. Miller; Jas. Steele, and Hiss: Rees- the. consolation. The evening of Thursday, Dec. 2nd was spent in .dancing. The floor .was in excellehCconditloii." At'midnight a of friende who will miss her Quiet, un- the telephones for ago Everywhere Miss Layton was known she nan respected and honored for her winning Way and pleasant dis- position. The funeral was held under the di- rection of the First Ward Bishopric, and tho singing was given by the.Sec- ond Ward choir, under, the direction of S. S. Newton. Many beautiful floral offerings were given by her numerous relatives'aiid other tele- phono girroporators.were present arid took charge of tho floral tributes, while six of her young :men friends acted'as pallbearers By special request the Bishopric of the G'eswood Ward jnere as ELECT OFFICERS Accident to Taber mer Aviator's Ex- perience (from Oar Own. Correspondent) TABBIl, Dec. weeks ago ihe litlle three-year-old eon ot Con- tractor: Hudson, while throwing a slick at some fowl In the yard, recclv cd a scratch from e nas not (bought m.uch of at tho time, but inflammatory rheumatism develop ths limbv the lower limbs e injured ihand 1 size, and the parents were jheari trouble, owing to the suffering of tna little fellow It IB believed a. specKs of blood-poisoning accompanied the dti tack, but the lad Is n6w-ab.le tdrtstag ger about, though unsteady, as; yet, and it Is hoped he will soon he as usual. U.-F. A: .Officers The annual meetings of Reliance U, F. A. F. W. locali at Fin castlo, were, held on Wednesday, nee. 1st, for the purpose of reorganizing for the ensuing year, the meetings be- ing held at the same ttae, but Both meetings were marked by enthu and reports showed thorough the Lav Ion famil} have lived in that, organization of the district Officers wa-Oor many years prior to coming for the U. P. A. wereVelecUd as fol to Canlston.: All three members of the Glenwood Bishopric, Bishop Lcavitt, John Layne and B. J. Wood, council- lows: rtesldent, J.'W.' Mrs.'T. S Martin was elected president of the lore, spoke of the excellent cnaractpr women's local, a'nd Mrfl'T GeoVohn- diid fjno Dualities'of the deceased St0u as secretary treasurer ing of Wadeni local wilfbo held on 'lih ud Uric dualities young lady Espcclallv comforting to the bcreav eil family Tvere the remarks of Tres Thos Dupe, of the, Alberta Stake, where he, referred to the scripture, staling that uot half had ever been told of the hereafter, tliat eyes have hot seen, ears have'iioHieard, neither hath it entered iiito the heart of man Dec 'The 'local U. A. was dale as Iteliance Tho following were elected for the coming year President, B Holman, V.-.P. Roy.Judson; secretary- A; Sundal.' A motor party consisting of several very nice lunch was God hath in ttorc for His faith A motor party consisting of several 'aSsic was supplied b> Mr Silsbo andlful children and that just as thcrclwel1 known Lelhbrldge citizens visited ,ias Eomething for us to live for, on Sunda> and speut the day when we think of this there is also The rarty consisted of Supt C A neraldi Want Ad. carries your mes- sage to the eyes of, thousands of people every day. When you tvant to engage good help use a Herald )Vant Ad. To Sett, to Buy, or to Rent, a Herald Want Ad. does it alt. Choose your tenants and get the the Hera.d Want Ad. way. _. _ f. I No Salesman equals fhe wide power of a'. Heiald Want Ad. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods! Phone 1710. Hull Block. 7th St., Ground Floor, DENTIST Farris Service Agency Scientific Everywhere. Onttajseacr We get tulti. Everything In Prompt 4 Acadla Block., Piece 1C1S. DR. Q. J. COURTiCE. Dentist, former- ly .ofLethbrldge. has located at 679 Crauville St., Vancauver, B. C. Phone 3ey. 9300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATH-C PIANO TUNING G. H ESPBRf .aid; O.rean ..Repairer, to ftars4 factory experience HOB ran IV Aiiri, London. England.. References to the leadlni mujlcltns o! the city. Pbona 11U Be. 8. Mrs Hills Everyone Bpert a pleas- ant evening. A business meeting of the club will be held onVTuesday, Deo. 7th, at the club rooms Next .Tburouay a concert will be given ;by local ;.talcnt. A special number on program Is a lecture by Inspector Watson. and family moved Into Diamond from their farm. The i Misses Mollie and Dorothy Goodrick recently.arrived to spend a few weeks withilheir parents. The lat- ter was accompanied'by'little Miss Hedley. Inspector J. A Watson. in- spected the Diamond City school'Tues- 30th.- He was favor- ably done by the teacher, II; "W; 'Johnston .moved 'to Commerce for tile-winter. Mr. fioodwin suddenly .took sick in school Thursday morning ITEFOM. C. P. something tor us to' die for. Other speakers- were Bishop Burt and Elder N..W.. Tanner, both of whom almost constantly at the bed- side of Miss Lajton during her last Dr G D. -Mackintosh of Lethbridge division, and- Mrs. Mackintosh, illness, and ,who spoke'highly of her patient and lovable qualities A special feature of the. services was the raadins of an original poem by Mrs. Lendbctter, writtcii by her in hon- or of Miss Layton and in'consolation to her parents The'singing of the-choir was excel- lent as weiras-dp-vera! individuals Especially the Voice Salutes the Startled by Sylvester Low and the quar- tettoty Burt Cufc and Co, Gently Home" J The largts audience, (the bTg-asseni- bly hall-was filled to was a'great tribute tp.the esteem in which Miss Lay ton was held- in .tho hearts of tho jieople of Caiidstpn and the sym: pathy of the community'goes family iu this hour trial. Boyle, one of the nurses' staff at Gait two .former Taberites, Leech, in charge 01 tne Medical Branch of the S. C. R. and Mrs. "Leech. Taber poultrymen 'are shipping .ei- ilbits to.the Letbbridge show, on Mon- lay, among'others being birds from' the McKeilar pens Harding Broa >tJ McCartee, Lawsori and others are also probable exhibitors stock of Mrs. Sodero las been-removed to Medicine Hat from the building occnpied by-A. Long as an. office', i s When a fanner tickles the earlh''his fields laugh with crops: The King Qeorge hotel renovatidn'iS BR. J. B. HORNINOd OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. I18-1S-20 Sherlock Hoora 10-12, 2-4. Ul 'appoiotment 18SI. PH'VATE HOSPITALS THE VAN 1121 7th B, LethbrMnS 74{ AccommodAtloB tat HJ> (leal, fflrflcAl tnl maternity PriTAte jil Rates ISS.OO cod ttl WMk. TOT to Mis. M. S. Van ttndeat HOSPITALS HE SEES: WITH EASE Foresighted nie'n never allovi-1 hem- selves to get farsighted or even near- sighted. 'At of impaired they come to'J M Henderson and get thgir vision pel fected'witli p'ropc'r'glEisses J M HENDEH.SON Caro of Wright'j Jejelry Store these days. He shot a nioSse with an antler spread 'of 'fifty-foijr 'and a half Inches recently This 'ts the record for the sectio'n this year. Another animal .with a spread of fifty, incher was shot on the minuiacht not long ago. f APPLICATIOrf -FOR LEASE OP RpAD ALLOWANCE OR SU P.VE YED H WA Y j i Notice K hereby ghon that J B O'Raar, of Skiff, maBo appli- cation to the minister proceeding rapidfy at the hands of thcltdmonton, for a lease of the following new management A new color scheme'road allowance or sun eyed highway, Is being Introduced in the lobby and bedrooms, believed-to be more attrac- vlz- i Original road alloivance lyljig iwest sections 30 and 33 and north of live than the former, the plastering sections 30 and 33 and north of is receiving attention, and the plate- section 13, Twp S, R. 13, west of Brantlng of e must be ,the rS ihe dale of thin notice at Aila- December 7th CUNARD ANCHOR ANCHOR-DONALDSON MEDITERRANEAN (CRUISE Under the auspices ot Thos. Cook fc Sons) and American Express Co. Thu S.'C. "CAflONIA" will sail from New York .January on a SEVEN WEEKS CRUISE, MEDITERRANEAN and EGYPT, SAILINGS .From .To New York...... Dec! i. CherliOurg-Soulhamplon New A. j Dec. Ueo. Liverpool Dec. Mo. ..Dec. Glasgow Full Information concornlnj: the Cruise and Sailings after December 30th can be aecured from all agents or tho .Company's Office, 2TO Main Street, glass wmdow on the east has beenlme1ridlan parlly lo mlroduce a latticed against J winflow Furpice.parls have been dis ;the aboW. mentioned-1 itMched to for refitting, and more consignments of fur nituro ainved It is expected that the hotel, whose name has been changed to the Rhonnlda, will shortly bo ready for A possible fronl the vicinity of Lelhbndge, m town Fridiy, with a view to entering thfe auclioneer business, provided a house could be obtained for himsolf and fam ily. Up to date, however, vacant hous-1 .09 are 03 scarce as they say candidates a'rc.for tho council. Jdo Hoven, formerly at the day wiro at the a periodical'visit; over Sunda> Joe report nt Mac leod as operator.after his holidays. i An Aviator's Experience A Mouthful aviator in tho British I army, who passed through here this week, has, according to a responsiblo party acquainted with the circumstanc- es, been the victim of hard luck. In tin air engagement, he. was shot BOtllng'a broken leg, also being wound-) ed by gunfire. Durhig the wnr his1 mother died, his father marrying again, and the stepmother creating, condltions.whlch developed Into a row, ho left for Canada, 'and the pensions' Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOM C-PORTR A1TU RE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. MATERNITY AND NURSING, FBI- rate and semi-private rooms, fall I modern. Terms moderate. Appli Mrs A. Woods, 38 4th Street N. H, Medlcino Hat Phone 3974. 271-H SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Phone 1942 i MRS MARTIN i 1321 10th Ave. S, Cor. M. MIBS Fiaylug and.Tbeory. .Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College'. ol Music, London, England. cent. year, successfal, Ladies f You can't look smart If your fialr Ts thin. Save your comb- ings and send to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY 'At CARDSTON, Alia. To be made up into SWITCHES, TRANSFORMA- TIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES, ETC. Sana OK. combings .wards for switches at per Kew York, liew York. New: York. New'York. AUCTION SALE tTHERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC XOCTION ONSATDRDAY.DM AT 1 O'CLOCK At the Farmers' Feed Barn, 3rd 5t., Lethbi-idge "I mare8 atlcl to 8 years 'old. 130ft -nn r o. ii ef M' tirco teams of marcs', i to 5 ytars old, weight about 1300 Ibs. to' work'-' ilx of LLnK 0 iSKi; <0 storo 85 lo rach; sots of Britchen team harness, nearly new, TERMS CASH. 7 Auclioneer, board hearing of it, gave hlrn'riliicj pounds, saying as ho was leaving' tho country, this was the last of hia peri-: slon. Kmploycil during harvest by si; Taber fftnner, at its" close he left for B. C., and camps closed.'; Wanting, from C6lohian to TnborJ he- approacheil the above pnrty, asking work, but know nothing ot tho trodo. Work on another Job was arrangcn for him, but would not. last, and 'he youth left for tho Hat next morning. Wheni ho arrived hero, lip attempted to dis- i pose of his effects for cash, but these were of small account, RECLUSE TURNED TO DEATH JIcKlNLKYVILLE, N. Dec. 6A Davld McKlnlay, an aged man Who lived nlone here, wits burned to death In Ills hotno n few days ago. He had no't been Well for a few days and Ikeepiug a ftro nil night In his small I house. One tnornlng tho neighbors (found nothing left of McKinley's home a few smoking embers in Ihii 'midst.of which were the charred bones of-tho aged recluse. .Steamship LONDON. UNEMPLOYED SEIZE.PUBLIC BATHS LONDON, Dec. largo body of unemployed late today look poa- fsepslon of the public baths in the I of Walthamslow and placed pickets around it. They tben InfoViii- "Ih'ft borough council that the prtih- :iscs wmild hi occupied until another (Imllillng wai ftirnlshecl as a wlidtcr s.nd n center from, which fd distribute fcod supplies, PROUD OF ANTLER "POCOLOGAN, N. Hickey of tiiii la a happy Are-you thinking .of going to your Old; Country for Cnrist- A rusli business Is expected during November and December antl we adylso early application for reservation. v'Phono H12 and full Informa- tion regarding rales and sailing will be cheerfully given. AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlglnbotham Block Information Association of Army and m Canada Lethbt-Wcs, No. 34 -Veterani ijeslrous of Joining the association, can ob- and upplica'Jou forms from secretary, I, LEIGH, P. O. Boi 6. Iflh- bridge. F.H. WILKINS JJ SIGHT 8PECUUST 327 Eta St S. Opposite the Emprau. PhoBc-IWt. Tin. 1117. tLLURJC SUPPLES Power Ooatraeten COBtneton for KlKtrteml '.Work' m Card i ton DtCORATINa Oxy-Acetylene The Best Way The inventor of this marvelous pro- cess gave It to the world. To the autoist especially, it means much, for by its uso wo can weld broken parts in o" few hours that will be as good as new. Wo can weld anything that can be welded.. Let us demonstrate how, you may save money on your repairs. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbridge Hotel. TAX SALE SALE OF LANDS IN THB MUNICI- PAL DISTRICT OF EUREKA NO. Co FOU A RllEA RS OlP TAX ES NOTICE is hereby given cer- tain lands In tho Municipal Dislrlct of Buroka No. 65, will be offered for stile for arrears of taxes and costs on llth. day of December, 1920. at tho hour of ten o'clock In the fore- noon, at the Municipal Dlotrict office, Grasiy Alberla, nnrl unless! .the'arrears of taxes, and costs bo; sooner palil, (ho Trcasiiror will pro. soil Iho lanils for tnies at Ihe time nnd placo mentioned, A full list of Iho landd tnay bo found in tbo D.Tlly ller- altl'tinted Iho 26th .nOBHHT McLACHLAN, -i. i'1 Ad i You get twelve months' guarantee and service on all new batteries AT-THE Lethbridge Battery 'Maintenance 811 4th Aye. S, Phone 1433, Recharging and Repairing on All Makes of Batteries. WELLINGTON Ofonn. ton. PtD-rntown Pteoratlut Bin WrtrlBit prlTtm oldMt pataWn to 9hm H7S; mi. Bhcrlofk B14f, ATMrtm. W. -H. JOHNSON-T-Teaeher..ot- Piaco and Pnplla prepared for the Music clams If desired. Annul recital Studio, 1238 Jta Ate, A. South CLEANERS AND. PRESSERS" THB in FTTOOBl try clesalng. olihit tf-aners In tha city We rut tbf Cennlna French Ryatem. which cor- m tTery ipot and eliminates poi. ilbla Injury to garments. (tlrioE hlCti class Special attention (o work. SZVMh street Spoth. Phone 1818: Collect ana dellTCT. IOO FRE3SINO, Repatrrag and alterations well tt nasonabla prices. teKrer rooda, 7th 8t Booth. 1621. OXT-ACETTUMB WKLDINO W. Coraar ana 10th CUNBMtTHI A. Dcenratlng.ant Pipcrbaoftiic. IHJ. til (11 Soath. 117-0 t. U COPELANT) B. R. KENT TtHvPyrarolJ OecoratlnK Inter tor decorating and paptrhnnglng a BUS- elalty. .Satliflcd customer! onr aim Phong 1003. Bit 12th St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVpSON, DECORATOR.. Established 19W.. In Extw- lor and Interior Deegratlac. S67 llLh fet South. Estlmatei RM. Pbonn 118( GUNSMITHS karrala atnlctataaed, (ma mtoek- ad. cm by annsmlth, aada, loeka rapalrad. phenagraphi, any'light repaired, :tawn abarpeDed.- IX Uaedonald, Indian Acaof Pnooe 1011 Btreat, HeraUl cfflca. DIAMOND lJlnhLLERlAsptcmiT- SETTER 33i-s--s- WATCHSEPAIRING LETHBBIOGC OLD COLD a SILVER BOUGHT Prest-0-lite Storage Satterv GAS TASKS and APl'LIAKCbS Farmersv When In need'er'any TRACTOB It will-lit to your InUr to try US. We hava an Rtibp and employ only first etait fialfsfactlon In workmanship.., Tractor Cylinders itgrnant, and fitted with over-SIzo pltlonj apd rings. NIVEN BROS. 218 S. Phoni 1732 Carney-Oxford furnaces GENERAL f TINSM1THING FREEl ELLIOTT L. D. S, Publications AT CARDSTON jj I. M. COOMBS DtMret Newi Sheet Mttr.l 338 Cth at louUt Worlmn Phont WINTER RADIATORS Why hot hate your Automo- bile Radiator He-cored boforo cornea, with the best Honor-comb Core obtainable. '.Drop in and let yon about Itj" or ask someone who- bas one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator. Man f? 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill, H- A Y TIMOTHY ALFALFA BLUE JOINT STRAW Baled with threo wires. Stands handling. .HOME GROWN POTATOES 'The lielter Kind. FARM PRODUCTS, Growers and Sblpjws CoaMalo and LcthbrldgS ;