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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UbLliMBliU JS. UffmBK.ltKJB OAltiY MEKALU PAGE THRES1 SITUATIONS WANTED -Rcpljncf Htntlm Tho Herald I by young Jap- Vnese fay. 'Apply 116 8th. St g. "304-ji 'AN EXPERIENCED for ensagemonL "Phonfl Mlsa Paul, 1334. '.______v 304-6 by young girl for general housework. Apply. Box SI Harald. __________ 305-3 wishes washing "or cleaning by the day or hour. Apply Box 103. Herald. 304-Se stenographer 'ieaire's position. One and a half years' k "experience.. For particulars write 612 S. or Phone 1555. of any kind married man. Boiler exper- ience'and handy with tools. Apply 117 Tla.Ave. S, 304-0 WAN lead y, man with family wants work looking after block or any steady enployrnenL F. A. Parker, 2584 Restaurant Men At Raymoft Are Fined (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND.. Dec. isn't often Raymond "experiences two thrills in one day as' was the case nation day and clean-up day at all the restaurants in town by order of provincial health Inspector of werfl.mado. AFTER JOB OF .TOWN MARSHAL AT RAYMOND; (From Our Own Correspondeut) RAYMOND, Dec. farewell parly was given In the 2nd chapel Dec. 2nd lor Lyman Stevens, who leaves Ihlj wec-k to do misslonary work [or tfce L. D. S. church. Mr. nnd" Mrs. Asael Palmer were business! visitors In Lethbrldgo on Saturday: Next week the Raymond 1st Ward officials are staging a big carnival In the opera house. There wfll.be a q.ueeu ft the carnival, the-most pop- ular lady in town of course, auction Gua. Alex, proprietor of the Raymond hotel, was fined "Fat" the China rummage sales, kangaroo court, danc- ing, music front the myeterio'us 1.3CI1 steady, youns man, position driving motor cars or truck or team .work; labor or any.other steady einploymont. Apply E. 3. Jay- cock, 602 10th SL South. 302-rZ class engineer de- Blres'positlon'hoisiing or [lower houso work. Apply .Box 96, Herald. 304-6C man winked hla eyes and'and the Z.W.G.O.C. clubs 'n-eTery- declded to hand out" (14 up thing to make It oae big. huge sue- at once, but swcro vijuseance by Ins, "Me sell eo no m.ore bread 'to] A number of men- in man who lellee on add'tue-iian-1 signified their Intention ol 'applying ager of tha Club cafe said nothing f0r the of flea of town marshal! when but meekly released his hold on (14 new" mayor and couacil are elect- ahd up stools and tables together his scrubbing! Mrs. Helen'K. Orgill was a visitor Too long havo ,un- tn Lethbrldge on Saturday, sanitary conditions tn qatthg places) Mrs. Jas. Rbdeback, son .Will-and [n this town.been neglected, and It baby were is time provincial authority step in monct at a birthday perty at the home of Mrs A-ndy HeDploi. brlilge. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton, of Cardston, and other members' of the Rodebick family were present, to extend'congratulatjon to Mr. L. Rode- NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS and do: something to protect the' tra- yelling public. SPLENDID PROGRAM AT CARDSTON TABERNACLE (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Dec. the most pleasing program'that has been ottered to public for a long time was given in the Stake tab- ernacle last night. The special feat- ure" was the combined Alberta Stako choir and the Cardston Symphony or- chestra of 20 pieces. Tho large aud- ienco which this, event drew was proof of thd popularity of the excellent music LWhtch both these organization furnish every; week. The speakers for the evening were Messrs. Cardstou "A .public meeting "will be held In the'Auditorium tot the Central School, on December o'clock: p. in., and in the Building; of the. Westminster School' leal 'citizenship ;and IVoolt ot re- who aro twln Mr: and Mrs. W. Collelt left Ray- mond 4th to spend the winter iu southeastern Idaho.- Mr.. and Mrs.. Roscoe Larsen (nee Miss Weaver) have- returned from their'honeymoon trip to. coastal .cities. Their many friends are ..extending hearty congratulations to the happy couple. itral School, Wight and ;-thjs Cardstou Sth; at S j school staff. ohvtlie subjectvdf "Citi- Gyranasium I zcnshlp." MrV.'Wighf' spoke 'of polit- on Thursday, December "9th, at S 'All candidates for Public School Trustee have been requested'to- at- and also ad- dress the meetings.' Ad.jM Hglpus- citizenship.' APPLICATION ifOH LEASE QF, I liqAD ..ALLOWANCE OH f .SURVEYED HIGHWAY .'Notice ia hereby' given that j. .B: O'Rear. of Skiff j'AHa., has made appli- cation to the minister ot public works, Edmonton, for. a lease, of the following road allowance or surveyed highway, viz road allowance lying west and 33' and..north' of Ecctlon.19, Twp. 13, west 4th merldlan.i _ Any protest against the granting of tlieVabove mentioned lie forwarded to the minister of public within thirty, days from" the of this notice. Dated at" Skiff, Alta., December 7th, 1926.-. 301-2 RESIGNS EOSJTIOX-AS MED. HEAIiTH OFFICER. (From Our Owii Correspondent) Dr.. whq-has "been ficer for the town'of Rayinond-' for the past resignation town council last. Thursday. His resignation was accepted. MILK RIVER COUN'Cii; (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, 7.-AA.. meeting of the- ratepayers ot-Milk River was hsld at Mr. W. H. Hemming's office. on Monday night, The nomina- tion the J Jochem, 'W.-'TolleyVii; Lively Contest AtRaymond (from Our Own ItAVMOND, Dec. ran .high until noon today, when nom- inations closed for mayor, council- men and school trustees. When Mayor L. L. Pack refused to have his iip again, the friends of. Mark H. Brimhall felt con- fident that he would .go in by accla- rnation; but this r niorning tho name f'DeVoe Woolt appeared as a candi ate and thought by some thai D'ahl would also 'run, but Mr. Dahl efuseil to resign from town oitncil. PoweUon and Card re the outgoIngcounciimEn ann -Hr: jrkham ;arid Jas; Walker are school ruslccs .whose terms expirev'this Is again In the re-electiou and Allred ii.d'W. B. other .nom? mecllng was a poor turnout of the ratepayers, take 'rmore interest. BOW ISLAND MAN DIED "ATj (From Our" Own Correspondent) BOW Blalne Wilson McCue, barrister, Smith's Boono passed away.atjhe.Medicine Falls, announced to runjHat hospital at four o'clock this morn- tor mayor.' ling, Tuesday, Dec. 7. r town' council there ;are be "elected, .but four candi- lates.aro 'ramed: Card; E. Court, Leo. Hardy-and ence Allred. All the. candidates are ;ood, strong, men, most hav- ng served on the council. In past 'ears and by their election Raymond (deceased Nhad s 'assured of good, clean municipal jovcrnment. VM. H. Brlrahall has been a resident REPLIES! Replies have been received for the" follow ing Box Numbers: OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS A Sensible Present ahd one that will last from Christmas to Christmas is a Savings Department Pass Book with .a small .deposit. Start an account for yovu1 children in Ihe Royal Bank of Canada Total Resources............................. E. Jiatkiy, Manager. Branches also at Magrath, Cardston, and Taber. A" Her aid[ Want-Ad. {cames your mes- sage to the eyes of thousands t people everyday. When you want to -engagegcodhelp use a Herald Want Ad. To Sell, to Buy, or to Rent, a Herald Want Ad. does it all. Choose your tenants and get the Vo Sale'mah, equals ihe wide pouter of a Herald Want Ad. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7th St., Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency rt; We get lults. Everytiilnr la iteountiUicy. Prompt ion. 4 Acndla Block. DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICB, Deutlst, former- ly of Lethbrldge. has located at 079 Granville St., Yancauver, B. C. Phonj 3ey. .9500. Opposita Hud; sou's Bay Co. OSTEOPAtMTC PtAMO TUNING fairilUes, and neighboring fa'rme'ra, Mr. anrt'Mrs, _ ____ Irvine Wight, of present- .DeVoc Woolf, the other candiflate The deceased settler and family came for mayor, is principal of Uiu ulstrlet j to the d'slrlct In the days of. the school and has given valuable services'famous land rueiij and bore a part in his office on the town council, [id the rapid development of the dla- i quarter of section 34 and tho. North east quarter of section 34, In town- ship 1, all In raDEe 12, West of the 4th meridian. DATED at Masinasln, Alia., this 12th day of April, 1920.' Raymond has no fears as to. the out- come, n6 matter which man leads on election night. DEL BONITA MINE HAD A CAVE-fN (From Our Own DEL BONITA, Dec. success- trlct SEEKS LAW TO PATRONAGE iti ARGENTINA BUENOS .Qct. ent Irlgoyen hsi8 asked fuirdanco was held at the the Argentine paa. a -law Nov. 26, given by the Women's fn- deagned to prevent-officials ot tho Ad W. PAUL ATIDIT; stitute, the f rst of the winter's series. A big crovrd was present. Dnring-thc dance a rnld was made by the from Cardston on some bootleggers. Constables Slaley and Shaw were successful in bagging live, who were each given, stiff fines at .Cardston'. Tha women are determined lo Save clean.entertainments hero. Tho Miller mine, which has been for tho' surrounding district, has had the misfortune to have tbo uilno care in.: it -happened during the night; so nobody was hurt, 1er h'aa started However, Mr. Mil- government. or their '.employes :from using their favor of pri; vate interests where 'business tran- sactions'with the govern'niont are in- volved.. They .would be im-' der the measure from taking any part in siir.h transactions cither directly or indirectly. nicasurc was presented .shortly after .n legislative commllteB had been Ucpt.very busy this fall digging coal appointed to charges made In the Chamber of Deputies that Dom. ingo B. Salaberry, Minister of Fin- ance, had favored business concerns in.whlch he was Interested In the mat- new drive, and ei- 'of granting permits to export sugar, In the transportation of petro- lou'm and in the observance of Clio- AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE'OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11TH AT 1 O'CLOCK At the Farmers' Feed Barn, 3rd St., Lethbridge The following: 20 head ot mares and to S years old, 1300 to 1600 Ibs. each, all broke lo wbrk; iWo teams ot marcs, 4 to 5 years old, weleht about 3303 Iba. each, broke fu neait or .mares and geldings, 3 (o 7 years partly broken; a number of borees, unbroken; 40 store hoge, 85 to 125 Ibs. each; two sots of Britchcn team harness, nearly new. 'TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. have coal ngaiu very shortly.' Wo wish him luck In his new drive, as we'of the lease find Ills mine a groat blessing In it being so central ior everybody in this district. Everybody. Is busy hauling grain from1 these parts. The majority hav- ing had fairly good crops. Mrs. Woods has moved into Ma- grath f or tho winter. Mr." and Mrs. J. Roberts liavo also moved into1 Magrath for the winter..; The slock on the lease are looking Mr. B, Kersejr, a returned soldier from the district, lias fiad the mis- fortune lo have to go in tho Calgary hospital for treatment of his wounds received during tlie war. j Everybody 'on the lease was sorry (0 hear that Mr. J. Taylor had taken a bad relapse. Mr. Taylor "has a home- stead here Init he has been residing In lycfhbrlclga.for the past 18 months. I Vrs.-W. Wlloy and family made a trip to LcthbrWgo this week on busi- ness. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. tightfoot snd family visited their relations In Hay mond for few days last week. Doris I.R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTINO, HOME-PORTRA1TUBE, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. LLLCiPJC SUPPLIES., tH CL6ANEHS AND rirm Ltrttlnj t frir Work n drdntqn Teinplfc THB in: .Frenbli Sry cleaning We-are In the cltr. .Wei use 'thV igeniiln.! Ifienrh sTStem. which tat- BT3 tye'iy and eliminates "pos. ilbje gsirments. glrlng hlrt ciass Special' attention to "country work. J24 Cth Street Sontt Phone Collect curt dellTer. LOO FTtESSItJO. ajteratlonii'well dona We Mil tor goods. tlO South- Phono 152S. WKI.UNOTONRROfi. Meentrfli Brtlmtoi KilMBi ut Blira Vrttrif ertrtl ____ ._ ottle. JTSI tfri, OXI-ACKTTLKNB WELD1NO Corner lit ud lOtb GUNSMITHS A. Dceorsttic m. M r U COPELAM) B.. R. KBNT The Pyramid Decanting Co. Inter lor decorating and elalty. enitpmert, our 1903 618 12th fit fioath. toms requirements. Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada tsthbrWre Unit No. 34 Veteram deslroisi ot Joining the zsioolatlon, cai. ob- tain infomxtlon forms from L. LEIGH, P. O. Box No, Lnlu- NEW EDITOR AT RAYMOND, I From Our Own RAYMOND, Dec. P. Skouson has taken over the editorship of the Raymond Itecorder. Don'will man the llttlo craft well and we hope keep her off the reoJu rocfs o( nowa- JOSEPH DAVIIWON. DBOORATOR. fttobllthed 19N. yearn1 experience Tn Eitof- lor end Interior Peedratlnc. (ST UUTbt Bonth.' 1 tsthnitei BM. Phone um OONSMITHS ft bimli gnn> pm work dor.o by t gnnimltti. made, locks repaired, blcyclei, tyftwrltan, phoaograpbi; llfeai revaired, D. Mscdonita. indiu Assat RVnli offlco. We make switches, transformations, etc., combings. Switches an oz. Salway Hair Factory. Cardston, AHn. Oxy-Acetylene The Beat Way The inventor o( this marvelous pro- cess gavp It to the world. 'To the autolsl esneclally, it means for by Its tise can weld broken.parts In a few hour's that will bo as good as new. We can weld anything that can be Let UB demonstrate Iiow'you may snvo .Vjioney oii your repairs, LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite. Lethbrldji Hotel. You get twelve months' guarantee and service on all new batteries AT THE Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 811 lib Ave. S, Phone 1483, Recharging and Repairing on All Makes of Batteries. isi Prest-0-Lite C.AS TANKS am! APl'UANCfS farmers When in need of.tnjr TRACTOR tiepiln K will to your InUr to try 08. We have an: Ebon nnd employ only tint clan .Machinists. Satisfaction in workmanship. Tractor Cyiln'ders repronoil. fitted with over-size plitoai BROS. 1732 N1VEN 1tt Ave. 8. L. D. S; Publications AT CARDSTON LM.COOMBS Deiaret Agent Gurney-Oitford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMmjINC FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metil (lii Phont 17ij WINTER RADIATORS Why not h.ifo your Automo- bile 'Radiator before the frost best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell you about it. or ask someone who has one.' .They STAND (JP. ANDY Trie Radlalof Man