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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAHF TKN HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER Hundred Boys .Crowd into Club Along That Line in LelhbrUse. Tho local Y.M. now u boys' depart- ment vrlth the lovest tees of in the Domiulou of'Cauada .and is also Irving to link the boys sad the chur- ches together. Mr. Petley announced that no school boy 'n-ill be allowed in the building after 7 o'clock In the evening, except on Friday and Satur- dav nights. By this it is hoped the boys program will assist the rchools. The boys will have two swimming period a. a; week and one class on tho gym.'floor. Mr. Petley bis Issued a booklet' .on -the boys' work, copies of which MB be obtained by anyone In- The "boys dopartment will 9.39 p.m. and open at 4 p.m. Everybody, before he can secure a game ia the club room will have to show his membership card and will The Boys Department of the Y. if.1 have to sign a paper making iilmself C. A. officially opened last night responsible for tho safe-keeping of Vheti three hundred boys crowded in- that game.' to the club room upstairs that basl Th0 Vails of tie club room have ueen set aside for the boys' depart-' aecorated -with suitable Inscrlp- meal. Several members of the board asked boys to oso the of directors of the Y. M. 0. A." were a-5 would thalr'own home present. Too plans which have been if they do they frill have a good under construction by B. U Petloy aro just as ;as they want. Mr. now ready for eiecuti on. j Petley then presented tho key to Carl Alex. Altken, a high school student, and Eugene Farrow, as and a pronituest assistant of Mr. Pet- representatives of the club. tor. acted as ehalrmaa >nr! opened _ delivered spproprlate tte meeting with a sing song. In his opening address Mr. .-.Altken told of the valui and enlarged on. the valuable nse to which tho elub room can be put CANADA'S GRAMOVI 5r i in S talks ani3 fof thB cc-operatlon ot AttSSx.i lne members of the club In mak- 1E J'S Fel- t the possiwiities ot taUovcd'vilti a solo and n Mr Srwenle4 i f swiraiaicg badgei doing this TV J Nelson, as th.( sVimmtng classes board of directors handed over .he kch school Ja boys department to A. C Virtue, ci.y the first of the >ear for Mr Mr Virtue vlth a big key and during his talk he admitted iranklj that ha with- some other members of the boar of dlrei 's thought Mr Petley f Krank.fn' pastor of the Christian church conducted the dedi- was cmr wh he was talking othU plans but the turnout of three hundred boys convinced him of the grand op- Mr Nelson asked the boys to take good-care of their club-room and ev- "ervthtaE la It. He .was answered by JlrT Virtue who told the boys of the use .they should make of the building, lie appealed (o them to try to keep the room In' good shape and to'.co-oper- ate -with Mr Petley in making the 'room-a homo and a use "New For. Boys. Mr Virtue pointed out that Mr Petley cannot make of himself a policeman and Mr. Petley who follow- ed -poke of tho New boja SCIEHCE REVEALS 'that foods that abound in the vitamins best promote healthful growth. ScottsEmulsion as an aid to growth and strength should rchave a place in the Idiet of most children. feott ftBowne TuffOBto Oat. .Strong btxJies physical- The MoutrcM Administrative Com- mission rctu jes to the ed shop" ilcmanda ol tie pollca'fprce. This plcluie showiug care greio at Winnipeg railway sluing Is typical of conditions at big shipping centres at this time. AV. A. HAMILTON HAS HAPPY BIRTHDAY Local Board of Trade Supports Coutenfion of'Winnipeg Board The Leihhridge Eoard of Trade has received n from the Winnipeg Board of Trade asking for tupport in to 1 he said, would minds He them to realise that the organization behind thfm Is a Christian one and in closing express- ed the hope iho boya department would, turn but some men of whom LethbridEO will be proud ilr. Manbey, seo-etarv of the Y II. C appealed for the co-operation of'action taken to request the'Federal the boys wlthi'Mr, Petley iaJ during Government to take into its own I hls'talk he injected considerable fun.jhaads tho conduct-of the investiga- The'big thing of the evening theujtioa into alleged discrimination ng- 'came for ths bojs. That was the ice aiust the west In freight rates. The cream Bud cake Tho> made small action of the railway commission in work of 't, particularly as provision regard to the complaints made Is con- was made for two hundred and tbrea sidered by the Winnipeg Board 'of hundred fumed up Howeven Trade toie disappointing, in that the ional supplies we--e soon obtained Af-ipJompt" decision promised has not ter the luaclieon the swimming' pool been turned'over" to them land they, jThn-contined inaction of the Kail- made good "use of the Commission as the Winnipeg Several senior members were a Board of Trade sees it, together For two reasons congratulations are' due to "IV. A. Hamilton, ol.'Farm Products One reason Is that ho headed the polls for tho'board of education, last night. The other Is that today is his birth- day. "At Tioon today Mr. Hamlllon was congratulating himself upon tho fsct The scheme "being worked out to that he gave Mr. Hogg a good run. He increase the interest in boys' work In dlj not know then ho had topped Mr.jLethbrldge is a step, in the dir- charge at the pool. TORONTO WHOLESALE HOUSE SUSPENDS the impression that a "satisfactory'de- cision may-not1 be expected, also tho necessity; fellro'r establishing reason- able and proper rates, has determined the Board of Trade to make tho re- tn >iavn Suest it has done to the Federal GOT- .Mth- been ca-igb't wltl- a heavy, stock Ui nrT'A when the bottom fell out of the wool voplen goods market, E G Hachlom and' company, one of the largest manu- laeturing "and wholesale clothing esta- blishments In- Tofbnto.j sospended ..business yesterday. Problems Solved Book Store I [t -T I _ Tie season of Gift Giving 13 at season when we ex press regard and affection for our tendering them little fg that jou have carefully selected with thought for p 1 f their preferences But the perplexing thing is to Know, whit is be to give, and to find just what you want. Herejls %heje y The Twentieth? Century Lean be of assistance to you. .Tf :you in .our window and 'walk through the store >ou will find many good suggestions ap- j f prnpriate gifts Without enumerating cacn and every arMelo we sug J for your special consideration: DAINTILY DRESSED DOLLS MONSTER BEARS TABLE TENNIS SHOOTING AEROPLANES CHESS AND DRAUGHTS matter bow dlvene ia tastes are your you will' ftod esltaWe gli's for ot them 1 Leather Stationery, t Trade will wire ito supporting the aclioa hy tho "Winnipeg hoard. yln reply to the Winnipeg commnnl- 1NTASKWC.UO Many Milton householders their supposed winter's- supply uuftt to use. owing to dry ret. MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Organizations Plan to Remove Called for i Thursday Evening Hogg by tour Mr.-.Haniilton Is -just as old as cou- years. "We Import rToO'iMuch From United States" is His 1 Interest In the atinual meeting of the. Bank of Montreal.comes largely! ection of taking the financing' of this >vork away from the Y.M.C.A: and making It'EelC-supportlng as much as possible. Whenever it uc found necessary to iriake-an appeal to the people it would be on behalf of boys work only. However 110 such steals anticipated at the present .time. Financial con- ditions of'tho country are that those- behind the boys' work in' Leth: that they had better leave enough alone for.the. time lieing, satisfying themselves In perfecting a .good OFganfzaUpn to boost the tiojs -v1 A meeting for this purpose- has.-been called for Thursday niglit u the "i M .C. A., w6en representat'res ot all or ganglions interested in the hoy- UEo of the city will be present Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer tf arid Tho nimc "Baysr" is thnmb- prrnt of genuine Aspirin It posi- tively identifies the only genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nineteen'; cow siacle in Canada, bu> an unbroken f There one Asp'rln Is the tradoinark ACfillcacIdciter tf tn pubHi ot "Bayer TtHets of wlitA contains proper directions' for Colds, 'Headache; 'Earache; 'Nea- la, Joint Pains, and Pain r-Tm boxes of 12 tablets coat not it lev cents Larger "Bayer" packages, mvf !D Ca kdO of Mantitacttira'bf Xone- Is' v.....----.. the of Bkjcr eneral trade 'Crcsi.' cition President: Marnocli.'oa behalf from the confidence -that an- auth- of th'ti tjoatd of Trade, has vrired the oritatlve voice bo heard following: support youj- action' a.s to the trade and fiu.aqcial situation. :ing tri-this at enquiry bank's an'iiual r'eeentlv- you. communicate' Govcrnmeat this- inspire hope. The: note, sounded by 'Sir Vincent_ Meredith, is .one of Ified confidence.' A: country possess- ing llio resources' of Cinada, tho eu- [The People's j For Over s for digestive disordcn has been Winnipeg's .Request Request that the should''take' "THEing, laborious and frugal people Into Its own hands the conduct of !nua'jit a and-' proven iriyestigatldn into alleged discrimina-IbankinS has .assurance of tlpn aEainstUhe.west in m strong his been made officially by the 'Wiiinl- winds may blof-J that ia peg board of trade, it was siliiaiion, Prices-.of today r'1' --r. cpmmoditlea have declined.- and sent not yet reached to premier. fitttice iii tbisremedy for bilious- cess, headaches, flatulency, con- Etipatiprir" Sluggish organs are stimulated and the whole system behefitteUby S' tho ttiero must' o.ff inventory valOesan enmg of trade. That is. the situation; has been disappointing, 'and -the pr'ompt decision 'promised "i PARTRIDGE THINK MONCTON IN BACKWOODS which traders are'c6ufronterl--- the Irevitahle reaction from n period of rapidly rising as Sir Vincent Meredith states' "a lower price lyvel must be reached before VTO can reasonably loot of Business activity on n s'piind basis." MONOTOX, N. B., Dec 'The rrcsilient tho Hank of Ihe imnlers prohibited from shooting1 Montreal a tvidD, .field, in' partridge, tho biriic have become very -llls "ddross. Always has Canada's nn'msrous In the Now Brunswick 'oreijn'trade been dependent on woods. They have also become very abroad, but never before tarheand as a result il.'la riot uniiEual lhc wnsn now. for the game birds to stray'Into countries ar6 swamped this city and parnde through ilia wlt" by reason of: depreciated streets. One even walked into'a citi- "Pable to copiously enter zeu's dining room ns he sat at dinner tho .mar'Kct. Canada s. ei- rccently. The visitor from ihe woods port has been ramarlsaWy .well unafraid and was in no particular circuinstances, and hurry to leave tho hnitinit habitation. Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum PHONE, WRITE, WIRE FOR PROMPT SERVICE. The PHONE Twentieth Century Book Store 614 4th. AVENUE SOUTH Look Who's Here Tfit Nottd Evangelist Jack Saunders Of LOS ANGELES, V (EX-PUGILIST) WIH open i rei-hot cimpulgn In the converted Caledonian Hall 7th South it a noted singer, -ificrald hear him, You Nf'QH'T PKCEMBER 16TH AT 8 O'CLOCK FROM PRIZE RING TO PULPIT no "o, sjne) eno( tier day Jtcliinc Bleeo ing, or 1'rotruti hg Files ho atloa required Dr. Chise'a Ointment vriJl relieve vou at onco Rnd ttte. n'tox; all Bales fc Co HmtttA, Toronto. Sample men (Jon this andeacloso2c. stamp tnjiay pelage. Joseph Hubbard of Nelson, N. was killed by a limb ot a treo falling upon his head. IT. ToCufeaCoid in One Day Take Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets Be.sure its Bromo genuine bears this signature Mo. diristmas iupstions CIGARS In Xmas, Packages, in boxes of 10 ,'j All the leading.brands'. OUR STOCK la most. cbmplete..-incjuduig. a few .with. Amber -Stems. ..GeE these, early. A fine assortment of Cigarettesi'in boxes of" 50 and '100.' CHOCOLATES We hayo jttst received i largo shipment of Page fe'Shaw's and Chocolates, fresh for tha' Xmas trade. A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LEATHER POUCHES, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE CASES, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE TUBES, SMOKER'S SETS AND STANDS, ASH TRAYS AND ALL SMOK- ER'S REQUISITES.' WE WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU CALL. ELITE CIGAR STORE J. A. PERRY no tho country will fare. It Is raliier in tho excess of imiwrts Hie vulnerable point Is found. import too many. 'goads: -anrl 'ho retort b iriad3 tliat we can sell vithoul U may ptresscd tliat wo too many iKoofls from tlio United Slates. A prem- inm' of 14 per it may be much in the early New .York funds lioJokpns trade, every dollar of imports from' Iho j United Cnnndii-.pays 60 cetiti! In tommodlties anrl to square- the bal- ance is comwlled to pay tho Aiiierl-' .cans a high premium On tho debt due. j Dsspllij thn of foreign imlltallve ol commercial deprasslon In Kurope, Caiv nda has boon remarkably profltnblc. In value tho foreign trade -'-Of- .the- .counlry tills year excco-led all! pruvioun records; but a halt liiisi liecn called. The rlecltno In In' symptomatic of a recession, a re- .casalon not local but universal. An adjustment of vnluua is proceeding, wide rnnclitng In Its nffoct, and In llio process of nrtjustmenl, there will come some unemployment, some. losses, some business failures. Thesoj things are understood -and .'prepared for by prudent bankm. FIRST HONEYMOONER3 ON I.C.R-. j ST. JOHN, B., Dec. Hrsl !brldnl couplo Ihnt ever enjoyed a trip over the .Intercolonial Railway, Mr. and Mrs. A. Carleton of this r.Ity, recently celebrated the slxllelh anni- versary of their wedding with their children and KramlchtlclrOTi. They arc both elglily years ot egd now. Tor many years Mr. Carloton wos ot a ship trading out of St. John. Weslcrn London, As Iho Ontario and annual uo.nai bl j NOW IS THE TIME To Have Your Dry Cleaning Done for Xmas Don't wait till Dec. 24th. We can not .do everything in on? day. RUSH JOBS are never done as good as those that have more time in to do them. '.M The same rule applies to your l.aundry. Everybody gets.intensely anxious the last day or before the holi- day. DO IT NOW. t J i _ The Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. c.s. FARROW, MANAGER. ;