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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1926 THE DAUiY HERALD SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AROUND STIRLING Some Stiff Fiats Handed For Infractions the Liquor Act to The Herald) FERN1B, Dec.. quietness which has settled dowo upon .tha (From Our Own Correspondent) STIRLING, Dec. Friday afternoon.the officers of tha Primary Association -held a bataar In the ward hall. They also gave' a dance In tue I evening and cold lunch and Ice cream. _ proceeds which amounted to VUi.J103.00 clear, will go towards build- ing "a uew church house. The Mutual Improvement associa- held a harvest festival, aod a large number of young folks also married folks attended. -Tha program- me was carried out as folkiws: Read log by MIES ROM Boyson; a trio by the Lulu Barton. Vlda Oler gatherer.of HnfieYBr, the seemingly aneoatnl able desire upon the part ot i raoney, honestly if Ue benchei were moved to the aides of the hall and eve'ry'- one joined, in games and dancing All present bad n en- KING HONORS MEMORY OF FALLEN Last and One of 'the Queen's, hotel em- appeared In the police R. Mn A R Fawns .motored to Leth bridge to do Mrs. rmon- flaed HOOjfcnd costs The Central Wednesday eve nine Mrs. Mark hotel added another ,7500 to tb. city exchequer upon the same charee 'Knea in honor ot he.r daughter Rose, f the Northern soo. nuTrtZi i i-Jla One of the members o Hotel Company also contributed as a penalty foi committing the same had a ,ery pleasant tme psent and v Saturdaj e-ienlng a meeting was In the case of thfs Northern Hotel (ield to discuss different subjects per seems that a new defen- taining to the. village and during the King George-Is shown pausing before ail UDKHOWU grave im u'riynch battlefield, during his recent visit to France. at the festival with Gerald Gaboon conducting the program. The community singing of "Hark, Listen .to the Trumpeters." !'01d Folks at Home, dant answers tb the charge In each meeting It was decided to hold a at UDOn case so that a. second offence has not basket dance the coming Fndaj night ,ery Interesting to all been recorded against any one of the Tha proceeds will go to tho Stirjing {0ok part in it The Bo partners, or stoct holders In the com missionaries All the are re- pany If there are sufficient stock guested to bring a basket filled HIIE Girls chorus holders or partners, {51s process can a dainty lunch Everybody come and botn well be kept up for a long lime, as a com pany 1S not considered as an Individ ual excepting when It to' the advan .age -he company to be so consid ereo elected b> acclamation 'Good Night, was everyone Boy Scouts' cho'r- "Men of the North, and tho Bee 0 Canada v. ere uu.u .....uvuxi and the audience showed their appreciation of the Ul Tuesda Mr ami Mm J S Holman. efl Mrs Leland Holman and Miss Ruth bersPDy motored from LeUibndce to y tor REDUCE WAGES Stirling and visited with Mrs. A. E. goo NEW YORK, Dec Amen bridgei Saturday .morning arid .'spent can Sugar'Refining company yester- Sunday and MondSy .with her sister, day 'announced a'general 'reduction of Axie, who Is attending'high school. 10 per which affects'- Mrs. Edlctn-Young.1 and daughter, more than: 2500 laborers in its noth Ruth, were in Ltthlirldge Monday do- om refineries, j ing some shopping. ,__-_________ ,Mr. Petsr F. Christenscn and son, Harold, v.ere in Lethbridge Tuesda> on business. A goodly number of Stirling citizens will attend the U. F. A.-convention in Lethbridge.Wednesday Ties Mislverda Spickmah went to Leth- i hy, Clyde Jones, (character fjcotcli sang "Loch Lomond" and 'Comln' Thro' Misses Heed- cr and Hunt. sang 'All through the, Night." also Mrs (English "last HORSES SOLD'AT VERY LOW FIGURE Old Council 'Able to Show a Handsome Balance in 1 Treasury (From Our Own Correspondent) WARNER, Dec. beginning of the year will find the village of "Warper; vHtiji a two-thirds cew council la the'.JSJsons of P, 8. Lefflng- reduced by half, and still all neces- sary expenditures met. Tlis present council took the reins of control two years ago.' At that time there was a balance to the vill- age's credit of approximately This howevsr was dis- bursed to pay off a debenture. that time a considerable anlount Of sidewalks has been a tleing pea for farmers' bortea erected, and (he town pumping station kept running. Despite expenditures necessary.; for these works the council has a balance on hand of approximately J ONE-FOUR HOME HAD A NARROW ESCAPE (From Our Own ONE TOUR. Dec. Bright, well, M L.A'j George Morton, who! _ ,111 replace the two retiring members. Alex. Hay. chairman of the school boarf, placed a new heater In tho ichoolhoute Saturday. A travelling library hu recalv- retiring members, W. B. Wllllami. The present ehafrman of the council, Hande Coburn will be the third side ol the civic triple.'.' All three members of (he appointed by acclamation, thus eipense of an election was averted The l.lwo "hew members both an- nounce'their Intention of endeavoring the ruti the of the' village In an economical manner, r-a is .consist- ent with certain urgent needs in the Vay of In fact there IB a heallhy j-'umor Ito" the .offect. that the present tax, rate ot 20 mllli. but tha opportune arrival of Sirs. ley and her mother, Mrs. Hunter, aav? ed the building from destruction. Mrs. Flnley was burnt some about the End neck while putting cut the fire and about darr.cge n'as done .to the house and furniture. COMMITTEE OF PARLIAMENT WILL DSAL WITH PENSIONS OTTAWA, Due. government shortly atter the next session will ask for a special comm'ttiee of to so thoroughly Into the whole mat- ter ot pensions and re-establishment and also tho need of a comprehensive housing plan (or returned soldiers. Backache ed from the Provincial tjnlvenlty, i and opened up for borrowers at the post office with Miss Tllli Duncan ai librarhin In charge. James E. Wetherclt has returned from a trip to Chicago whlcS he'uiade In charge ot a trainload of cattle for J. H. Wallaca Co., aud reports' a verj- pleasant joumev., S. P. Flnley's residence'. took lira prompt relM Is obtained bj uslnj Dr. ChtM's KMiuiy-lhrtr Pills, tha homi trsjtmenL Oro [toss of Summer John Peterson delighted ivltn 'Old Black Joe uhilo Sterling pTac'is miles west of Orion Mr and CDmpanv t rought the house Dlokmn haUng purchased tha place ANOTHER MUSICAL TREAT AT CARDSTON (From orir Own Correspondent) CAHOSTON, Dec Cards iton has been given a "musical festl I val This conmn (rt V" Crjer "1 tho as last week the First Ward under the auspices of the rf I A with W A Knfh president, gave a most pleasing musical program, so again last night the Second Ward 'did them- selves credit in the most excellent (From Our "Own Correspondent) ORION, Dec.' The sale ot Sher vey Sons took place last Thursday and attended. Mr. G. llcnlini being the auctioneer. There a very keen competition for the horse and: they were Knocked down to rath- j er bids The and joung cat- howerer. made very good prices, wliicht helped to make the sale more satisfactory. Kelt Fridaj tho Literary Society are. putting bri a grand entertainment, something' "extra special" we are in- formed Rehearsals fo> tho different enter- tainments to take placo before Xinas are being carried oat and a good time is expected by the community everyone Mr Jas DiCASon expects to move tbe'farm known as the.Dowsoh with ths quartette. "Bull and encored Altogether tliis'gatheVing was a real success, the house was ailed with an appreciative audience and tho per formers did exceedingly'well. LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR YOUTH WHEELING, W. Ya., Dec. imprisonment' was the sentence'pass- ed upon .IC-year-old -Samuel Blevlns in court here yesterday after the -lad had pleaded guilty to a charge of murder. Young Illevins was accused ot lia-. ing killed" 0 P GrandstaS a Baltimore and Ohio railroad car In mnsle furnished by members of the snector, in a'shack near this, city, on -MIA. Mr Low presided October 18lh last GREATER JEN'S SUITS High class tailored suits in fancy mixed Tweeds and Worsteds, also plain blue and grey. Regular suit. dJOr? A A Regular suit, if O1 AA Sale Regular suit. Regular suit. AA Regular suit. Q A A Sale'; Regular suit. flJvirr A A Mi.UU flJCI AA Saturday from a defective .'chimney, 0 CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's standard since 1858 paign against reduction of wiges and lengthening ot bourn was be gnn today b> the Central Labor union 1 of Toledo The membership of. itlio here is about EO.OOO men and HHHIHHUHtnillHJggg On.' Thursda December 16th In tlie afternoon, Mr E H McRorv, manager ot the western section o( His UOO, speak on the 'Organized fcnrmcrs In Business, and Cooperation In the Marketing of A represents tlva ;6f the U.P.A. is also expected to be" present at- INSPITEOFTpFACTTHATSAlESAREEPIDEflC THIS ONE STANDS OITT PREaNENTBECAUSElTISTHESAlEOFSAlES. We do not want to insult your intelligence by trying to ieii you we can buy high grade standard line, of merchan- dise at prices 50% lower than last season. (Any person could have bought nondescript lines in the last five year, at great deal leas than you could buy guaranteed for.) But we are trying to do our share in reducing the H.C. of L. by SACRIFICING OUR PROFITS. EVERYBOPFS TALKING THAEIL'S- MEN'S MACKINAWS In all wool cloths, semi-Norfolk anil-full N6rfolk-ntyIeB. ?'Regular tie AA Sale' A in nn MOLESKIN PANTS The best you can buy for real hard wear. Regular JS.OO. in Safe, S0.4U SWEATERS All wool ribbed iiullover sweaters, combin- ation coidrn. Regular i p e UNDERWEAR -Shir's and Drawers in heavy -ribbed all ilies.-Regular Sale iJ'i.Ob GLOVES AND MITTS lined brown and grey mocha gloves and mills. Regular Ao Sale Regular ?3.60. an Regular Sale ar A An ALL WOOL COMBINATIONS A good wearing garment and does not shrink Regular and JT.50. top iP Sale..................... WORK SHIRTS An nil wool khoM'flannel, good sizes Regular 5500. nr> Sato.................... OVERALLS Heav> Stlfei drill, blue.and whlio sWne. Regular ?360; Sale COMBINATION OVERALLS J'laln blue nnd khaki; good filters. Regular J700.