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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TO LOCAL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD nfc antAurs PACE OF UVK-LOCAL NBWS MONDAY, DECEMBER LETHMUDGE. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN BOOTLEGGERS' TRAPE NOT FLOURISHING Inspector Risk, of the APR plumed Irom an Inspection trip to the Craw's Nest Para. He Bays oveif- Mas there Sa and the main interest Is the municipal elec- tions, particularly A matter which the .Inspector could'not ST.S TasTe'Trge0 Christ' New JEiKrt Sur- Lethbridge Amateur Sport Leader is Honored by (he Dominion Body niai orders of liquor that sere com fag through the express office ThU showed that the bootlegger's trade as not nourishing, in. that tho peo- ple were using the lawful methods of contented aod aa tha coal in dustry is very brisk, i Judge J; A. Jacksbiv of Let h bridge, .elected vice-president-bf .the Am- ateur Athletic of-Canada at JJie session of the Dominion in. Winnipeg 'on -Saturday. The election Is attribute to'Judge Jack- snd's uncompromising stand on the Big Four-scandal He was frequently mentioned during the session of the 'Unibn tho next president, hut It was" felt that, owing to the reed of clef n'ng tip some nasty situations, Brucs McDonald of Toronto, Bho' be continued in the prejldenc) "Judge" Jackson was. one of the mov Ing- spirits'In-tho formation" -of the Lethbridge- A ma teur. A thl etlc Assocla tlon, Is a director of 'the Alberta branch A. U. of C. Investigated and found mother and children In a house so bare there" 'almost nothing In It. She admUt'ed'that she had sent the little out to beg for_clolhes tings announced those for ridge f anything but steaming are as follows Fifth Monday in Jan B are as uary first Monday in March first Monday in May, flrst Monday In rank rf h Juno, first Monday in October and th-e first Monday In November These are fnr Irlsl rtf Knn Jnnr cafica 1 1_ ,es, and he was agreeably eur An a domestic coal he says it to the hard coal t'eldi, and tor U-uttL rcusuu tho market will 'continue o grow until Alberta's coal mining tionT and the are now in the- noon, in the Central School there hands of'lhe Judges appointed were Just 80, IA Westminster school These are Mr J D Illelnbotham Mr 5V had voted, and In the Miners' Lib- _ A B Hogg and Mr W A El Cocq rary, 24 It Is, however, expected that because they didn't know of the Nurs It will endeavored to get the vm rash In the late alter Mission and the mile ones judging done before Christmas so as between sir and eight, when cold Just think of that little glr to have >he names of the successful tno dose So Jar as the plebls lo "f clothes to keep hei nuhllBhed In that rlate. goes whatever opinion can bo, brothers and sisters narnji i V. th with the mailing of cheques for the gathered la that the salary raises ask for trial of Civil Ron Jury cases For Civil Juricases the dates set are First Monday in April and third, Monday in November T Yesterday Sir John Carson and Mr. 01 Criminal cases Third Monday No 6 mine of the Gait February, second Monday In June, and Collieries and pronounced It one of 'uld first Monday in November I It will be seen that additional court One ot Mr olilon's obser- ibv madn for tha ciU vatlong about the Lethbndge mine have heon made for tie Line Will Soon United Church Eager'to Send Immediate Gore Barrow Preaches on "Home S lily' dollars'' have been ssnt .to China" by the members of the Uniled Churchjo aid in the relief work in the famine district" On December 25 a The Greatest Gift of Jhe Greatest will be'staged In the church and (he proceeds will be tie Toted to'Ihb famine, relief fund. jllev. Mr Jones menlioneJ, the fam Ino In his morning sermon Suuday ant! after church a number of the elders approached him "with, thn proposal that several five dollar subscriptions wore received Other money was donated out of the church funds, and the sisly dollars now on Its "way to Chma will be greatly increased, it is Rev Gore Barrow, in St church spoke on home life Ho re 'erred to the time nheu the lro> Jt Was lost-and was ents in the temple. Not many. In th the past couple ot ntimatedj that the ljurn line would be completed this year in a statement to the frees there' PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS 111 ANALYSTS. Business RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 54 'Acadla Building 612 Third South [ield Is that It seems to be remarkabh free from faulting, which makes pto. ductlon more certain" and less oxpen sire than, in many other fields "We have two good seams of coal on the Federal and Rogers saJd Mr Polllon "and -big develop- ment Is possible -.Just new area will be worked wlll depend on the winter's Investiitaklons, but I have no hesitation In siying that the de of the near .future will one of the big mines tn the district" -t For a small mine, he faia.'the Fed eral mine and Is-ln physical condition, C competitors published b> that date, goes whatever opt prfzes won far as tha will be lotcd down. SHEEP HERDEHS aQ iar uie juugcb are not one of the Herald WAGES PAID -TO representative, la aware of the per- sonal of the competitors The 'names carefully ell- minated by the Editor In Chief, and Sheep herders, in Southern. Alberta corresponding numoers marked on the receiving as good and in some I" stories The names, with attached cases better pay than sheep herdefs, numbers, have been deposited in the In Montana. Sixty five dollars office safe, to be brought out when month is paid these men by the the winning' numbers are turned In j Knight Watson Ranching Company i by the judges and other outfits are paying fifty dol in awarding life marks the Judges Iars up, with board have decld.ed to, ntuke 100 marks the I In Montana the salary has been re-1 maximum includes 60 marks'duced from one hundred dollars a for plot, andi for presehta month for tne winter and will tion of the' storv, live and literary probablv drop lower next summer The style, i be, deducted for samei exists in Southern i errors iq pimciuallou. grammar, and i Alberta however will be Another case Iniestlgated saslhat of a woman with eight children. The three months old The four'smallest were so hadly off foi clothes that they couldn't go out ant cold'In the house In one of the mining places, an in be so severe" spoil the chances of a real good" story In winning prize The various stories will be carefully 'read and marked by the Individual Judges, and a meeting will be held to name the winners In thls the three Judges uill have to THE ANNOUNCEMENT ON MAKE YOUR GIFT BUY- EASY ANDECONOMI- lurjng f, v A Plioenixville, Pa, found a hornet's tiesl and hung It in his hed room Th6 lieat revived the hornets who soon cleared the room of occu- pants _ unanimous, and falling this com THE LONDON SILK CO. Dainty Silk Lingerie never, falls please as Chrlttrnas Gift, and no have an oversupply. i v Cainuoles, Teddy Bears and Knickers in Crepe de Chine; Wash and Habutai. SHERLOCK BLOCK SEVENTH, sVREET >SOUTH in homes of the poor rom Santa Claus and 'a, 'dlnnei .there IsXgotoE or Santa ClaXis 'visit In :hat.the kldd h are V'vlsR f real Cftrfctma to be home homes all through the winter. The Christmas Che en fund provides means for Nursing Mission to sarry on for much, of tho vear It' s The '.toni nbw.'slahds; Prevlouily Acknowledged ThlttlelSewing Circle 10.00 Enrled was found deJd be- nCath an overturned trector m a dlteh- by.a road near.Kitchener. Geo H Offenr'cond'uctoFof ericton, N B, city band, died on a visit, to.hls brottter in GaK.; DON'T FORGET The onlv place can get yonr shoes repaired by.pnc- tlcsl shoemakers ts at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 653 S daora S. ef ColenlarThHtra MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVEy, TORONTO. V (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIDGE) Will be pleased to receive lubscHptionc. ncvi or renewal, for the following: LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PER YEAR -SATURDAY 3.75 PER YEA'R COUNTRY GENTLEMAN...... ZOO PER YEAR PICTORIAL' REVIEW 3.00 PER YEAR GOOD HOUSEKEEPING .....400 PEfc YEAR Other Leading'Periodicals'and Magazines. Prleer furnished oh f i application. A MAGAZINE IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHPtSTMAS.CIFT COME TO THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO YOUNG AND detail snd'one of the most select assortments we have ever shown, in quality and Our.rent, taxes and general expenses are lower, .therefore we sell cheaper Everything a Good Drug Store Carries. OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCIOEVERY'EVENING W: ri. McCAFFREYv 414 13th Street North Phone 445 YOURXMAS. PUDDING Will'b'e'rearty by Wed-, hesdajr next, Dec. 13th.' There v, 111 M no doubt about jour cake or pudding'1C you let' .us'make-it. Please order early OUR-SUPERIOR HOME MADE BREAD at lOc a Loaf BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 AND JARDINIERE STANDS FROltf i A small deposit wlll hold one for you. I A Ice tre am the ideal dessert at all seasons of the year. Nothing can replace ice cream at banquets, receptions, socials, etc. i Everybody likes it. It is delicious and nour- ishing, We make special flavors on request. t t THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 A FEW SUGGESTIONS ALUMINllMfME FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Double to Tea Kettles with to Combination Sauce'Pans to to Omelet Pans Triplicate Sauce Sauce Pans (3 in per set KIRKBY South Aluminum Sets, in Hofly Box, consisting of 1 Sauce Pan. 1 Preserving Kettle, 1 Pie Plate, LPudding Dish; set....................- i NO TROUBLE TQ SHOW THC GOODS Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE; KEATING MILK AND tt CREABl Irled our wire, pas- milk and Separated .fresh from ttio farm every day? has Huadrup'ed In the last two months THMIE'S A The> reason IsYconlainefl In' the inodncas In our products. Try da and !he convinced.''-Quality aiid: service Kimrantecil. Servo both the North -'and' Sdilth Wards! still --making lhat flne'wiallty' of butler you llfio'so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND We nro also agents .for-.tho. Cardptori Creamery- -brand.'At (Me, fresh, pasteurized a'nrt slick.on.hahd.-'-Thj5 btiltcr ncedi no advertising on the alii' can [inly be obtained thrclugii us Our phono Is 1929 and ie are at your, service for 'all DJry Products i ff It Chief. Motnitain Creamery" Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDQE. PHONE Office and Clint, 12S4 Sth >ve. A, South.' Have You Looked at Our System This "system is the result'of years of experiments on .the part of men who are msste-s of the trade The most sanitary, and up-to date methods only used and'the finest materials money 'can buy. .Your vited J Quality Is our watchilrord. Lethbridge National System 'of Baking 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Some Folks Are Like Colts folks are like colts" [They never think Of Hearth until they are sick. Health fails at the'wrong time.. I'erliaps can foresee sicfc ness In .nearly every case those >vicu have weak stomachs, sluggish weftit kidneys, or An) other form of know of it. Tho diiropractor flnds tho spmil pressure" that Is causing and' dis- ease He in many caWs even before anything serious has evehthslly you nlll have tronbln The spine Is tho index to your ''-rotiiro health. By gelling a spinal an- alysis and a correction of spinal deviations sickness 1; prevent- ed adjustments at this 'season are helping back to health Hundreds of !Crom bronchitis, tonsllltiv bago, rheumatlsmi Influenza, coughs, colds, spre throat and! headache. NO CHARGE Consultation Is without obllgltlori. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 1 Sherlock and 1441, ;