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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 TUB HJSKALP PAGE THBBR Several good positions are advertised in the "Situations -YOUNEEDNOTBEOUTOFWOKI of election electricity and short cir- cuits are being reported hourly. The town Is simply all agog over this elec- lloa anil although, there are many Ideas and opinions being espressed continually, which canaof be said to harmonize, yet everywhere there seeks to bo a genuine feeling of "boost for the best men" Cardslon come to the front. This Is 0 healthy atmosphere to have ia the town and that all men will willing to accept the decision ol iho. majority. Progressive.Civic Club Endorses Candidates for Council and u, School Board (Prom'Our Own Correspondent) (JAUDSTON, Dec. after- noon at 5 o'clock in office of S. 0. Low, of the Community Lumber CoVl was held tbo second pre- l.Imfnary meeting. the Cards ton "Progressive Civic Club.." This or- Is the result of a movement the town for more, efficient and progressive methods' of, conduct- ing public.affairs generally. It does not'aim any individual or group of Individuals who in .'the past have handled the7 affairs of the town ol Including tho school affairs Discussion on Religious Train- ing Takes Place at a Public Meeting.. Object to Glemvopdvilte Crit- of U. F. A. Our Own Correspondent) AHDSTON, Dee. In the Satur- day Issue of the Herald thero was an C but simply itlms at the 'awakening of; article from Glenwood .re -U. P. A. there criticizing the merchants i that cltlc.2nsi ot tie town Cardston. The Herald correspond- and bo interested ID knowing how the- ent for Cardston has consulted with affairs of the town are conducted, every merchant in the town and they The immedlatcycaus'a of its organ-> individually and collectively, refute the iiation was'tberapatby coming expressed by the Glenwood municipal and school board If such statements In the past, loo often at least, nom- trlle it w'olllj be a great Inees have been, elected acclama-j on the tow-n of Cardston, but believing tion; which usually shows a declded-'tllom to Clear dnty of any disregard of civic duties oa the ,vas lo flmj out. One mercnant, of the ratepayers'and also req.ulresj.-j. C. Cahoon, said he would put up Jibthlng In tho way of a progressive noo to any man :who could prove f ha i policy on. the part'of _ths new incum-1 such 'things. were, truer. Ever) rcnant on, Main street agreed that prosperity of j the farmers ineaut sperity for' theni, and that when P. A., such ;imd generate an electric; current of enthusiasm in the present municipal elections, a numlter of the ratepayers met Monday, evening .last, in the of- fice of and outlined a proposed scheme of action and In Iho handling- of Cards- day (today) at 5 p.m. was.set as the date for the" Initial of the club. 'At lhat meeting tfiis after- noon 'at which" twenty persons rwere present, it was decided; to -organize (rrom Our Ova Correspondent) TABER. Dec. ratepayers', meeting was held this evening In the auditorium of the Central discuss the question of religious toach; ing In IhR schools. The mayor, caun- cillors, tru'sle'es -past'or present, a'lid futurejon'es, were, present, a delega- tion bjelng' preseht'from the members of the L.D.S. church, who desired to have1 the Question 'aired. Geo. Dirch, :tho board, presided! and a good spepcb was made at the first by, Mrs. one of tho lady who 'was: present, and favor- ed leaching common principles of re- lisibii to meeting wanted the members of the'town parliaments and candidates to 'express their views, but the chairman did'not think them called on to do so, the audience being somewhat divided. Prowse dis- agreed with the chair, as did some others, but T: A. Sundahdtd.hot wish to'--bind himself, as a candidate. Messrs. 'VIckery, Bryan; and others favored something.along the line and had supports, but the meeting seemed In general not inclined to take chances. A. McHoberts Elated his belief that the time would come when all differ- ences1 would fade 'said the Labor iiot In favor of the Idea.' Si Stubbard not hold with any recognized 'j 'and in general most of the ed willing to take a hand In-the nls- cusslon, hut wanted to come out on the question. '.The meet- ing concluding at a late-hour, -Is .the first'on any iBsue held here in'yeare, ing to the statements made by the as fan- as a municipal campaign mcrfliants themselves'. Many of them concerned, and more of them would lhat their, business I have, a tendency to.hr'ing out the rank with A. weVe an.a" fl'e to see wh'at'was doing, arid were increasing.. to the O. only! temporarily-for th 10 or e imrpi iosc: of pushing through the accepted ticket for the town council, viz., Caldwell, and for the school board, viz.; Brown; Nelson and Low. After the election is over :the club propose to take-their .time and draw, np a- constltutipn' and by- laws In regular; form and makV the live Issuc'and a permanent one In theitown of Cardstpn. ,.The tem- '6. Wight, .president; George A. Duce, vfce-presl-' eph tow, Val Pilling, G. L. Woolf and1 Mchafjl Pilling as the wei Street talk among the. fanners them- selves is more.than likely responsible for the origin on the Cardston Is a'fact lhat accounts have been carried on the books of many Cardston merchants for two and three years, and owing to the winters; etc., farm- ers have claimed inability to pay these accounts.. Generally speaking, -this year has, been an'excellent one, and wherever farmers and work last spring they paid hand- somely as crops are' concerned. Of jcourse, tip price of grain has been disappointing, hut farmers'-who'; have held theirgraih for should ly ha've'c'dns'idered'the'lr-grocery bills and paid part at or having sold 'stiH As'aiToutgrowtlTof'lhe meeting a I spread that money out equally and not petition Is being circulated asking the' 'eft the merchants only alter- _mayor to call a'public meeting on Sat- -urday night, at 7.30 p.m. at the court house, where each nomineo' shall be requested to publicly state his plat- form .regarding the civic 'problems Cardston, and another petition Is also being signed by many of f Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Snenccr'On Saturday evening to wish Ihein a ions and happy married life.. A pleasant evening was spent and the happy Cou- ple were the recipients of many beau- tjful and useful gifts. Mayor J. A. Uirfc is elected mayor of acclamation as a result f Monday's'nomination. There will )e an election; on Monday, Dec. 13th, or councilmen and school--1, trustees, hreVof each1 to .be up or Councllmen, C. W. Sfoildard, Meldrum, J. T. Spencer, A. Miller and A. Merkley; school rustces, M. S. Forayth, C. Jensen, 0. A. Woolley and.J. T. CITY PF.'LETH'BRIDGE SCHOOCELECTIONS, 1920' VAN.HAAKiaSU 4 m Phoaif 746. Accommodation. fbr (teal, medical and faV tlenU. Private .nd leml-pillifc room.. Batu ud wctk. Write tcr ttformmtloo to HH." U. B. Van Hiailu, MJMO H. WILKINS BIGHT 8PECUHST 327 Gth St S. Ooposlte the J9.n. 1SST. MISS AILEEN M. Flaying and Theory. for the eiamlaaUdnj of the Rojai Academy and Royal of Music, London, England.- par cent.' year anceenfoL Vila, W. i H. Piano, and Theory. prepared for the Toronto Coneenttory ot If desired. Annaal recital Stadlo, ISM Sti CLEANERS AND PRECSERB SP1RELLA CORSETIERE For Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN Ave. 3., Cor. PUBLIC NOT ICE, Is. hereby given that a poll has been granted for the election of School Trustees for the Lethbrldge Public School District No. 51, for the year that Polling will' take place on, Monday, the 13th day of December from 9'a.ra; till 8 p: m., at the following places 1 Polling Division "AA" and the Miners' Library, 733 13lh St. north. Polling Division the Gym- nasium 'Building on the-Westminster School, 13th Street north. Polling Division Central School, 9th St. S: Polling Division "C" arid the City dlerk's Ofllco, In the City Hall. that Twill at office on Tuesday, December 14lb, at 11 o'clock a.m., sum up'the voles and declare the result of the election.. 'Given under my hand at Lethbrldge, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1920. Oxy-Acetylene The Best Way Inventor of tills marvelous pro- cess gave It-to the .world. To-tho autoist -means much, for by Its use we can weld, broken'parts in a few hours that will be as good Wa can.weld anything that can be welded. Let us demonstrate how you may save money on' your LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbrldge Hotel. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax' Consultations. c. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadla Block.' Telephone -1616. ,3rd 'Ave. 'S. THE peel ol trt m rrenoa drr; cleaning' We are oUbct ti-AMin.ln city. :We jennln a Frenrh cyitem, which eor- tTery ipot and eltmtoalM poa- ilble Injury to eermenti. giving hbri resnlta. Special attention lo tonntry work.. 324 Sth StTMt Sootkj Phone 1811. Collect dclrrar. LOO. Repalrtng'and alterations it reasonable prices. (or ud deliver goods, in at Bonlh. .REPAIR WORK .njASPf.cmi.tr SETTER 331 S-.-ST WATCH'Rtpwnmc LETHBRIDGE OLD G'OLD SlLVER'BOUGMT Ad N DONALD A. DUFF, Returning Officer. Doris I. R. Cocq i LI_ 53 COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Also Gentlemen's Silk Shirts Made to Order, SIU MOW Moved to 416 4th Ave. S. JUDICIAL NOTICE WILLIAM EONER, OK' CARMANGAY. OXT-ACBTYLENB WBLDOiO W. N. KDTH. Conur lit and Strtef, GUNSMITKB OUNSHITHS barnli atratghtsned. (in work by rnada; locka''repaired, blcrclei. lypcwritcra, phonoKrapha, any llsbc nuctlnerr rtpalred. }awo ibnrpenM D EL Maedonald. Indian AgmL Phone lOli Btmt. Herali cfflca DSOOBATINa WWJJNOTOrt Dvmn. ton.. mot Pafatcra. Kalaoailnlnit. Oaacn! DMoratnu WrttJng gtrn. pilnten fa UrttbrMw KM pbOM 1471; offlo. ITU enartort Bldg. Latk- Steamship Aro you thinking of golns to. your Old Country for Christ- mas? -A rnsli business Is expected- during November and December and wo advlso early application for .reservation.. _ Phono 1412 (inn full informa- tion regarding rales and satllbg; will bo cheerfully glvoh. j THE ROSSr-TER Phone v-112 Block Iriformatibil' TO CHARLES FORMERLY ALBERTA. TAKE NOTICB that an action was commenced against you In the Sup- reme Court of Alberta, Judlcbl Dis- trict of Lelhhridge on the 1st day of December1, 1020.by Sarah A. Uetts lo recover Iho sum ot f4.038.OH. togeth- er with interest thereon at the rate per cent, per annum from the jlst day of November.-1020, due nnrlerl 'a Mortgage bearing date Iho ISth dnyl !of February, 1911. covering Ihe North- least quarter of Section 36. In Town-'l ship J 3. range 2.'i. and the Wesl halves' of legal subdivisions 3 and 6 and the; wh6le of kgal subdivisions 4.and 5 of Section 6, In Township 14, Range 24 jail West of the Meridian, made by jyou to tho Mortgage Company of Can-' jada and subsequently transferred by! I the Mortgage'Company, ol Canada toj i Sarah A. Qelts and for foreclosure said Mortgage and salo of the lands' and such other relief as to tho Court may fieem just. NOTICF, lhat unless you file a Demand of Koifce of State- ment.of Defence with the Clerk of the] Supreme Court at Lolhbrldge on or before the 20th day of January, 1921, the Plaintiff proceed In said ac. tlon and jiirlgmcnt may' b8 givon In ybnr absence and without furtnei1 not- ice lo you, paled at Lsthhrirtge, in the Prov- ince of Alberta, this 2nd day of De- cember, A.D..1520. Conybcare, Church Davidson, Barristers, Solicitors, etc. Conybeare urdck, Alberto. Solicitors for Ihe Plaintiff. Approved: J, A. J, Xd H Association cf Army and Navy Veterans in Canada....... t.elhbrldre Unit, No. 34 Veterans desirous of jolnlnz the nbovs association, cm, (oln Informnllon aui! application forma froni Ihfi secretary. L. 0, Uoi No. 6, bridge. kJLLUKIC SUPPLIES Bectrte Light aa< t. Ooatneton Phone 1111 a Contnetora for IClectrleal Work PIANO TUNING 0. H. and Organ Repairer 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading nmilcltns.ot the city. Pbona lott, 8t 8. A. WUDSr-PtlBttac, Deforattet aa4 Fapcrlwaitns. Phone NO til tdi Sooth. B. t, pqPELAND 1! R. KENT. The Pyramid Decorattnis Co" Inttf. tor fleooTKtlng aed papertunrlnf sfA. elslty. Batlafled otrr aba. Phone 1908 H< 12th 8t Soaih. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DBCORATOR. AtabUaaed llOf. .7 yearf experience fa Eitari Jor and Interior llth M. Booth; Citrmatee free. Raa. You get twelve months' guarantee and service] on all new batteries AT THE Lethbrldge Battery Maintenance 811 4th S, Phone 1483, Recharging and Repairing on All Makes of Batteries, Prest-0-Lite Storage Battery GAS TANKS am] APPUANCKS Farmers In nted or any TRACTOR RppAlra It will tt to your lit to (ry US. We have on ap-trMlite and employ only flrat clan In mi worhtnonship- Tractor Cylinders rcjjroanrt. (Uteri with-om-alzo plalonj N1VEN 9 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHINC FREEL ELLIOTT L, D. S. Publications AT CARDSTOH i. M. COOMBS' Oeierit he 335 Sfteet' Mill) Worknn Clii WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost comea, with the beat Honqy-comb .Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell 700. about It, or a sic someone .who' has oie. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man