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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL T8B LOCAL WHEBE YOU EXPEQT IT THE LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD THE HKRAUTS PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS. TUESDAY, DECEMBEK 11, 1920 PAGE SEVEN Commissioners Successful School Board Candidates Mayor Quotes Bobby ;Meech Says Verdict; Very jteflriite A very eubducd quiet reined In the council .chamber mornlngrafter the. Verdict. of the polls, and the Mayor Commjs- rnoeTd'.tb-' Asked by Herald for. any. Inion He had to express, his Wor.- shlp replied best laid of mice gang aft This was as far as ho.. would com- (j mlt himself.' "Commissioner Free- v man curtly dismissed the ques- tion put to him by saying '_' 1 arn not talking" Commissioner did not srrow of the soirit of an "Achilles sulking, in his tent." He said .in regard to .the plebis- cite, "It ii a mandate to carry out the promise that all Information pertaining to managerial form of government will be given to the people I have nothing to say the salary question except that the verdict was'very definite." HERALD CHRISTMAS p. T 11 Start Talking Fair for 1921 Tho most'beautiful thing', in the j world is tt.e''heart of a child: It is! full of falt'i and love; it knows no it Is, cbove all, a most sen- sitive ,and impressionable thing. Any injury to Us faith destroys Ha lovo arid1 purity, a lost lllusioU is a sateway-'for doubt. At Christmas tie heart of a little child should be full of gladness; it is the children's add older peo- W. A. HAMILTON A. B. HOGG R.-ANDREW SMITH, DR. J. E. LOVERINO pie keep It up (or thelr'chlldren in.memory of their own childh'ood, .Think, then, what it must mean to parents stricken with poverty or mis- fortune to see the .dawn .of disillusion in tho. bitter disappointment'of chlH- ren whoso Christmas "must be joy> the Christmas today Is much Both Express arid Freight Show Increasing -Shipments-Fall Off" Petition Signed by .Citizens an Farmers Presented to. Cify Council WHY Questions the Herald Re- porters :Hear -on Rounds Citizen Number do all the cases oLllquor which arc being loaded An to' figs ems day at the The idea ot: having a Leth MUSICIANS SHOWED c- As he was leaving tho house he al- jileged-that lie was fallen on ty tho defendant and struck to ground, GENEROUS SPIRIT with hla ninth and tenth ribs broken. I Appearing before tbc magistrate on Saturday, at Magralh, Brlaboo was remanded for trial on his own re- cognizance ot J700 and Four Delegates from Lethbridge Will Be At Provincial Annual Meet Thomas Longwortli and Jack Davles are now in Medicine Hat in prepara- Th9 nino children of Mrs, Grace Rating, who died sudden- ly-.in Gait Hospital oa Decem- ber 1, have been taken to Bran- don, by thslr grandfather, 5Ir J Crane Members of the musicians union in Lethbrldge presented the children with to assist in covering necessary C-xpeuses. ot each. Common Block, and at what up- ljou for.-the convention of the pears all hoiiis go to' Citizen No. 13-Why'was there.no secllon Great AVar poll at IIardlevill.6 Monday for 'the erans'Association. Secretary Tur- fachoo! Trustees election' Thero' cotte and C AVray will leive LeIU Funeral at .Prtsque, Maine The remains oi Sydney-B. Blanch- ard, who i died, recently in- Gait Hos- pital following an'accldent, wcro for- i warded-, last night. "by'. .T.-.S. Felterly, to A. The body was in charge of E A. of Warner, a friend of the family. onage Has ucen lanea uuiu OL ,mu n ulrca movement mado to start as soon is possible Tins vas denoted j presentation of n petition, signed by various farmers and citizens to the city council at tho weekly Bitting hold morui.ig, asking tint i fncct ins bo called for connrtcrhiR a fair in, Le'itlmilge In ocordance with this reque.t tlie council arranged to -Were..200 .voters' and those, had to bridge tomorrow fdr; the! Hat ftnd then bridge has been taken hold of and a local representation at the con dont the :mo.IVentibn ivlll.be- complete, speak' up and tell_u3 _they Tho conTention opm on Thurs. ilaj and mil continue until Saturdav A banquet Is being planned for Ilia delegates bv the Catholic Army Hut association for Frldaj night Tito Siayor'.'or'Msdicine. Hat will officially I welcome the visitors on Thursday.' on Satur.da) .iftcrnoon, December IS, o'clock, to.' discuss the raalter. A claim made.bs Mrs Hac, of North Lehibndgc, for injuries sustained while stepping oft a street car referred to the uty Accounts the Intere-t on the purchase pnco; nf_ the Immigration bulidiig bj the; city, for six months to 5.5, 1920 amounting to and the second year's pavment on purchase price ot the old Land Office building, amounl of ?500, T ere .ordered to bo paid on eerfiflcat.on LIQUOR COMPANY SECURES ITS BONDS Tho Empire Liquor secured their-.bond-through, the cus- toms tlep.-irlnient as well as through tho Inland Revenue Department. Tho customs bond-will grant them tho privilege of bringing liquor into paying the custom duty on it when they sell it. The bond can be cancelled in Ottawa at "any, time hut cannot be- cancelled by the province. No dale 13. set -concern- ing when the bond shall expire. The'. Inland Revenue department's bond expires .on March. 31st. PREPARE PROFILES FOR LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN 7th is being eagerly waited for by the officials ot thb LethbrldKo Northern Irrigation district On ttat day the" COinmcrce will, In ccpjunctlon .with ol the board, open any (enders that will havo heen received 'tor the-bohds of: -the district.v In of tho district is rushing tho.work on the profiles so that 10 delay in plans will occur from that source suggestion hat tho school girls should a imtorm dress' -Couldn't it bo tried by a sort ot common agreement A ithout pny compulsion' Maybe some )f our enterprising dry goods men Aill gno tile leadk No .shouldn't ua! [nil an Inoxpensjvo foot bridge .he tracks and some cinder sidewalks to Ijio mills, and let iliese long" legged School kids hoof- it'.over there? I Citizen No can't those Rotarinris who are merchants set a to the others by burn Ing up their qv, n sxasto paper instead of letting it tho_E.ark and the streets' And win can't the po lice'and the fire1 brigade give the other merchants a little attention' Is there no requiring folks to look after sucK little matters, which mean such ta lot in the neat appear ance of ourtcity? 3 i Citizen No print those uuestions away oil Pigo 12 on SaturdaV night? nl would haiO ihvnsed thcm'it my made me look at you the wo- than the ads and tho Omen talk Whi can't tho Herald make these questions a thing, and print them, maybe once a special part paper? Herald is so big some- times we can't find time to look it all, over ftJAGRATH ASSAULT CASE i ENDS UP IN COURTS Instead of receiving what was lawr fully-due .to' tho'-way of dis: .charge'-ot owing him, a Welch of Magrath receiv- ed broken Tibs, following the In junction to go to his atsihe hands'ofriFrauk BriscoD. TUe luformaut this is..how lie was treated .when he called at the residence of the'i.accused.to get what money lie considered as'.owing him. ..The rush of Christinas trade-through tho Express office 1: les Tha response to Cheer Fund, appeal more encouraging and the mark !s now close. There are still tea days left In which the Good Fellows can boost it along. It is noticeable In .Calgary aud other places whera CurlstBias appeals are -being mada that employees ot larger 'concerns club together and geveral-small tlona are .lumped-together jlntd .large one The Ilsrald 'this to the various staffs of the larg- er finns in the clly. It is a fine chance, to' belli a good cause.' The fund now stands: Previously acknowledged ....J440-50 Lethbrldge'iBreweries Ltd. 25.00 Dr. Marguerite and Dick 2.00 2.00 No. 1 Co., St. Augustin's Girl Just Guides.................... 5.00 Dr- been sufficient proportions worry to the staff. The saiue cpndil- lons themselves in the' freight end of the- C. P. It, although', a bulk of the Christmas trade goods! arrived iduriug .the summer.-- j Corresponding with the Increase in traffic in these lines the grain load- ing is falling off. The'dally, average is now about seventy-flvo cars. Coal, both commercial and for.the C. P. H., is remaining about the same. Com- mercial coal is loading at the rate of. 215 cars a day and railway coal at' one hundred'cars a day; has notiDe-ssie levering........ to.cause Lethtmdge Herald Stiff 6.00 600 30.50 To be so healthful that nothing disturbs you requires close attention to the condition of the backbone. See us today. SMITH and SMITH THE 205 SHERLOCK BLDG, PHONES 1441. COME TO THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO YOUNG AND OLD Complete in every detail and one of the most select assortments -we have, ever shown, iri: price.' Our 'and 'general expanses are therefore' we Eell cheaper.. everything a Good Drug Store _ 'OPEN -UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK EVERT" EVENING MCCAFFREY, 414 13th Street North !r Phone -MS Have You Looked at Our System of Baking? This system is the result of years of experiments on the part' of men who are masters' of ihe' trade. The most sanitary and :up-tp-date methods only nsed and the finest materials money can buy. Your inspection'is in- .riled. Quality Is our watchword. Lethbridge National System of Baking 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH A Wo'rnDn's Canadian club has been organized lu CowmanTllIe.' DON'T FORGET Tns only your ehoei repaired by prac- tical Is at A Hutton .Pcrtins 418A Fifth Street South 693 I 8. of Colonial Theitrs BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 MUSIC CABINETS FROM A email deposit will iiolil ono for j-ow. THE LONDON SILK CO. Dainty Lingerie ticVer falls please, as Christmas Gift, and no lady can have an 6versupply. Camisoles, Teddy Bean and Knickers" in Crepe de Wash Satin and Habutai.'' SHERLOCK BLOCK SEVENTH 'STREET SOUTH MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVE., TORONTO. (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIDGE) Will be pleased to receive subscriptions, new or renewal, for the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING POST COUNTRY GENTLEMAN PICTORIAL REVIEW GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PER YEAR 3.75 PER YEAR 2.00 PER YEAR 3.00 PER YEAR 4.00 PER YEAR Other Leading Periodicals and Magazines. Prices furnished on application', v A MAGAZINE IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS'GIFT .0. EOX S-10 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS ial ca -'.A-': ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS' RITCHIE PATERSON ANPCO. 5-6 Acadia Building 612 Third Avenua South TEURIZATiON IS A GUARANTEE OF SAFETY Milk may be pure and clean, but may con- tain dangerous disease bacteria. Unless it is'pasteurized these bacteria are dangerous. We have always pasteurized our milk to protect your health. Give the children Safe THE TOALDAIRY, IID. PHONE 1576 Coiid Be More Acceptable as a aref "We have a complete stock for your selection of Pyrex Casseroles Pyrex Casseroles Pyrex.Cake Pyrex Utility Pyrex Pudding Pans.. t....... Pyrex Pie Plates. Pyrex Cake THEN WE HAVE PYREX GIFT SETS PUT, UP IN SPECIAL BOXES CONSISTING OF ONE CASSEROLE, 1 PIE PLATE, 1 BREAD PAN, 1 OVAL DISH, 1 ROUND DISH AND 6 RAMEKINS, SPECIALLY PRICED 89.00 PER SET NO TROUBLE TO SHOW THE GOODS _ Hick-Sehj Hardware Co. GENERAU HARDWARE, RLUMBINQ AND HEATING Phone76Z YOURXMAS PIPING Will be ready by Wed- nesday next, Dec. 13th. Thero .will ha no'doubt about your cake or pudding II you let us make iL Please early. tjL OUR SUPERIOR HOME MADE BREAD at lOc a Loaf KIRKBY 606 Third Avenue Souttf MILK AND Have you tried our fluro, pas- teurized milk soparatad cream, frcah from tho farm DYcry day? Our' business lias quadruplet! In the ilast two- montlis. THERE'S A REASON. TWr reason Is contained Eobdneaa In us ant] bo convinced. .Quality and service guaranteed. Serve fcoth Iho North and South Wards. Wo are BtiH making lliat lino duality ct butter you- like so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND aro also agents for She' Cnfdslon Creamery tirand of Bno, fresh, pasteurized and have a slock on hand. Thte butter needs no advertising on the Tnarket. only bo obtained through .as, Our phono is 1923 and" Wo at your sen'Ico for all Products, Chief Monnti'n Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 19ZJ Off Ice'ind 12M 5th'Avi. A, South, ;