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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 MILK RIVER BAZAAR A FINANCIAL SUCCESS (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Deo. Bethel ladlsa' Aid of Uulted church, held their successful baiaar in Elterfb hall Snd. witi. their prteldeat, Mra. BftHrum as their lead- er. wu prettily decorated with and potted plants. Tho fancy irork booth was in charge ot-Hrs. H. L. .Thomson, and N. Giles. The tastefully a r- ranged supper tables were' in charge Mrs. P. L Harris and Mrs.-Hollari- dw, by the Lorlne Toller, Evelyn Mantle, Margaret Jochemn, Ruth Harris, Itlia Burafcam ind as .cashier. They reallied the sum of Walter Qainn returned trom a bus! BMC Lethbridge on Thursday -K. Q. Lake of Kallspel, Mont, w In town oa Thursday. Mr.- and: Mrs. y. C; Coates left on Friday tor trip to Mr. Merrlmin ot Locky Strike, wa: a YtaltoT In town en Thursday. Mrs. Hunt returned, from a Till I with her daughter, Mrs. Becke at Lethbridgs oil Friday, leaving on Saturday for-Rochester, waer she Is to 'undergo treatment at Ih Mrs.-Becker accptnpan 'ied.her mother.-. Fred Schleeter returned from a! bus naM trip lo Le'thbrldse on Thursday. Mr. Smith of Calgary, wan a bus new town oil Thursday. 8. "1. Harris returned from a hue ess trip to Chicago, 111., on Saturday. Qulnn and Mr. Luke left on "rid ay for a trip, to Great Falls. Mont. The Women's institute held another t their popular 600 parlies In school n Friday evening, and was a decided access in every way. Lunch was erved at. the conclusion. The hostess- jera.Mrs. Henry Ellert, Mrs, J. ocaemn. Mrs. John Reecti. Mrs. War- en. Miss Julia Bchevers of Sweet Grass, as a viiltor In town on 'Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Vach- er, n son. Norman Ross returned the last of be week from a business'trip to Cal- iry. Mr. and Mrs. Warren have u their guests the latterY sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Phillips of lows. Miss Doles and puplls.of 2-15 school are putting on-a phrlstmu concer on the'evening of Friday, Doc. 17, and also .a Christmas tree, where there will be stockings of candy and nuts for all the.kiddlos.' Every eBtrt Is being made to bring the real inns'spirit to eyeryone. Mrs. Neale met with a'painful accl; dent last week br falling and injuring herself badly. "She Is recovering nice- ly now. -1 M A 500 party and dance is at the LJnd school neit Friday even- jn.g, Doc. 10th. 'if, Mrs. J. Foley and Miss Doles expect to leave on the JSth Dec: lor a cou- ple; of months' visit with relatives at St. Paul .and Minneapolis and 'other polntfl. .Miss Mary.Manners spent.tho week- end with Mrs.. Qutnn before leaving or Charaplon. Lou Brown has been a visitor in ,nwD'-tor' the past couple of-weeks coking alter his interests. Services will be held In the Catholic church on Chrietmae day. Instead ol on second Bundty as Mra. Earle Hughes returned, from a visit at-Calgary on Saturday. Mrs. Fred Bartram and children lelt on Saturday for a three months' visit to England: Mr. Steelo was In town over the week-eud. leaving on Monday for Champion. Mrs. J. Schwartz and son William, left on Monday for Calgary: LITTLE CHILtt'FELL INTO THE CELLAR! Replies have been received for the follow ing Box Numbers: 28, 33, 37, 39, 47, 55; 64, 80, 83, 85, 87, 88, 92, 93, 108, 132, 141. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS BUY BONDS We Own and Offer: Dominion ef Canada (Guar. C. RO, due U34; price 73.49, yteld 7% i Province of Alberta due "1922; price'74.49, yield" 7% Province of Brltlih Columbia (Guar. P. G. E.) due 1942; prlco'68.73, yield 7.40% City of Victoria due 1936; price W4S, yield 7% City of Nanalmo due 1961 j price :73.13, yjeld 7% District of Point Grey due 1940; price yield 7% Dlitrirt of Point Grey yield 7r% 12000 pittrict of Burnaby due price'73.S8, yield 7% Ed-nonton Schools due ,1923; price yield S% Edmonton Schools due 1924; price 89.60, yield 8% City of Vancouver due 1944; price 65.65, yield 7% WE BUY AND SELL VICTORY BONDS 'ARE YOU ON OUR MAILING LISTS? ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION UMITED 1 Rogers Building, Vancouver, B.C. BRANCHES AT Victoria Seattle London B.C. Permanent Loan Bids. 201 Central Bldg. 16 Eldon 3t E. C. 2 (From Our Own' Correspondent.) WIN'KIFRED. Mrs. M. J. Collins' JOHDgwt daughter Ora- cle, fell In the cellar Dec. 6lh. H was a terrific fall ot 10. fist" The baby couldn't mike ,a Boand'.'after they carried her up, for .time, from the shock sue lar door had Just, been'opened and un- noticed she stepped backward..and De- ceived several flligh't flesh'brulsesj but 's able to be official sales man- ager of-the Dominion Sales. Co., ;oJ Vancouver, B. C, has full charge of J. H. Smith's4 slock at Bow Island ind Winnifr.ed Giobe.stores, and a real Bale is now on of th'e entire joth stores. Mr. Rivers is sure a live vire. Mrs. Jas. Larsen accompanied her sister, Fred Phillips to Medicine Hat on her return home to Moose Jaw, after her lengthy visit ,in Winnifred with her parents.VMr. -and-" Mrs. J. P. Hinck. Mrs. Ed. CannadyVnvany friends were shocked to learn of herbelngser- ionsly ill. Her honia has'been placed under quarantine with .-scarlet fever for some time .with four..ilttle sick children, and the mother ly broken down. Dr. Munro.was .hast- ily called to her home ceive tha very best attention. Tha Norwegian Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs John Kro- kum, Thursday, Dee. 50th: Everybody cordially invited. School Inspector Buchanan, of Me dicine Hat, attended a special school meeting last week by request B Beisback spent the week-end at Grassy H. Sheref acted In'his place during his absence. Mrs. Walter Bowerman's many friends were glad her daugh ter.VEditb, Is progressing nicely after h er! atta ck' of "di phtheri a, :The provincial health officer, came dcwn.trom Edmonton'to look into the and -prohibited opening-for ten days last I month. .H. T. Luther was taken seriously ill on.'Sunday, dne to eating oysters and I causing indigestion rikj 'Mr and Mrs. I Harvey, Davis we.re M J Col A Want Ad, to the eyes of thousands of 'i', people every day. When you want to engage good help.use a Herald Want Ad. To Sell, to Buy, or to Rent, a Herald Want Ad. does italL i Choose your tenants and get IheHera.dWahtAd. way. I V No Salesman equals power of a HemldWahtAd. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 1th SL, Ground Floor. .PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. REUBKN' C. KAHIUS Suite 4. Actdia Block. Telephone 161C. 3rd Ave. S. DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICE, Dentlat, former- ly of Lelhbrldgo, has located .at 679 Oranville St., Vancauver. B. C. Phono 9500. Opposite Hud son's .Bay Co. ______ OSTEOPATH1C PIANO TUNING Q. H. Organ Repairer.- experience. Hoa- M, T. Asm., London. to the leading musicians of the cltf. Phone {27 10tr ihxrpened. D. B. liBcdoDald. Indlta Uotorcrdc AgeBt Phone 1033. tin Btreet, Herald office. LADIES Wo make sWitclies, Iransformatlons, .etc., from.your combings. Switches an oz. Salway Hair Factory, Car'dstoii, Alta. PUBLIC NOTICE ts rcreby given that a poll has been granted for" Ihe fcicctlon o( School Trustees for the Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Godfrey motored Lctribrldgo Public School District No. i out to their farm and visited Mr. and 51, for tho year 1920, and that Polling Mrs. F. G. Lawson, Sunday, Dec. 5lh. (akc place on Monday, the 13lh Billy Craig Is loavlnr; for D. C. and December from 0 a.m. lill 8 p. jWlilleflsh, Mont., this week crpecting m., at the following plucos; to be away until March, polling Division ''AA" and Mrs. Harry. Grant visited In Medl- the Miners' Library, 733 litlh St. north. clno-Hnt-last week for a few days. Polling Division tha Gym- Lulu Smith returned from n tentnaslum Building on. tho Wcstminslor days' visit nt Letlibrldgc. EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ARRIVES HALIFAX. Deo. Canadian Pacific Ocean steamer Kmpress Hrllalii, Capt. Griffllhs, arrived In port Hall. School, 13th Street north. PollinE Division Central School, 9th Polling Division "C" and tho City Clerk's Office, in the City early IMs morning. The steamer had on.board a total of' 988 passengers, most of whom disembarked at St. John, Among the passengers on lioard are: Major General Sir David Wftlson, K.C.1J., K.C.M.G., Col, C. F. llazzarrt of Calgary, and Dr. And Ihat I will at tho City Clerk's office on Tuesday, December Hth, at H o'clock a.m., sum up the votes and 'declare Ihe result of the Given under'my hand at Lclhbrlilgo, this 6lh day of Dcwjrnber, 1820. DONALD A, nvrv, Kotufning Officer, You get twelve guarantee and service on all new batteries AT THE Lelhbridge Battery Maintenance 811 4th Ave, S, Phina 1433. Recharging and Repairing un All Makes of Batteries. Prest-0-Lite Storage Batterv O f GAS TANKS and APPUANTt-S Fatrmers Wtien In nted of any TRACTOR Repslra It will be 1o your to try US, We have an up-lo-CTato Machine Shop and employ only first clAsi AlachfnlsLa. SathfActlnn In price workman ah IP Tractor Cylinders resrounil, Bud flltert with plolonj and rings. N1VEN BROS. 218 1if Ave. S. Phons 1712 r, DIAMOND 331-5-.-ST. WATCH LEJHBRIDCE a sruven BOUGHT L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTOH IM. COOMBS Oeteret hewa Agent Gurnoy-Oxford Furnao EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL .T1NSMITU1NG FREEL ELLIOTT 8t- St. vnnrit WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored frefore .the frost .comes, with the best: Honey comb Core obtalnablo, Drop ir, and 1st us tell ysyT about It, or nak someone who- has one. Thw STAND lUP. ANDY The Radiator Man 12 4th .Ave. S. Behind Silver drill.. H A Y TIMOTHY ALFALFA BLUE JOINT STRAW Dalcd with threo wires. Stands handling. HOME GROWN POTATOES Tho Belter Kind1. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippels' Coaldiils'and-Lctbbrldii) ;