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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1920 ,.THE LETHBRiDGE D AIL i HERALD Provincial Government -prom- ises Consideration For Comiig t f VAUXH VU.. Dec 11 for the fa ft week has been quite a little colder and a; the days are now '60 short, Canada Lan i anil Irrlga- decided'to 'close" their ecglneeflng camp for the winter. Some ditch work proceeded with as Ue pxiuad li free from froit, -vt f. W. Mc- laae >ere in' Edmonton during the week. Acting on behalf ot the and Irrigation Co., they ufprotctod the government concern- US public utilities tor Vauxhall dm- Wct, They report that their trip was entirely''aUccesifur and.1 that this dus- will not be overlwjied the dls- AnAkHartor WHERE DOUGHTY WORKED IN OREGON CITY Main office of toe Hawley Potp and' Papery Oregon City. Below: Two of. thS mauy ratlli scat- tered orer the company's property A QUESTION OF IDENTITY Alta., Dec. already been tegun on an this point, in lino with Edmonton o of an .air route -to. the Mackenzie oil fields, -A site for a landing place and aerodrome liis been secured, and operations are under way for the construction' of that wlirform" the'southern terminal ot the new aerial transporta- tion system. .Two new- that have been purchased in rtha east, for serrice Un No'rttBrn' Alberta-and territory are due'to arrive iD.Edmon ton week They left New York wjaeX ago and were tg Jhe- nid Vlnlcnn-Von'. _, fcoros at -Mani BoUiTtnachines are of the type known of aU-metalicon _..i carrying to. eachJ7 Th'e .machines were, purchased fty Ihe Imperial Oil company 5s KILLS GOVERNOR'S PIGS PUBLIC PROPERTY 1 was consternation today among the farm hands at the of- ficial residence of the Lieutenaat-Gov ercor when the discovery was made Out during the night a bold intruder had broken into ihe piggery, and, tered them amTBauled the two pigs on a sleigh to bli home, where he stored them for the holiday Beacon. "'When he was later confronted fclth tlie theft, lie calmly dismissed the in. ddent by saying: "Ths plge belong to the province of Quebec I am as much etotllled'to them as anyonj else So tar. no action has man. been .taken (By Our Taber that ingredient at comfort, the beauties of 'which in -crystallized form are only surpassed by its. radt ance in combustion, the black dia- monds 'for which the early settlers thanked their patron salnis, and then later anathematized them as they worked the the' mining town was built on it, it cropped out along the and the children used it for 'missiles. A' world needed -it, and long trains boro it to, the shivering ma-kola of the east the whistle of the his mine an ncunced that It was 7pm and some faroff Manitoba lown running from '.ho maritime .provinces, hivins no political affinity the western IS UNIFYING IN CANADA IS 'CLAIM OF ITS b> "s -i clal Interest towaitl tin, Lnited States Dec. 14.-Sj.eaki.ig uettcr ,tban such sEuttini were the Club: weekly the ties of bieod that Quebec M'h m the west and the othei provinces iieiii yesterday, 1'reuiler Taschoreau of Quebec, expressed gralificatiuti that the part Quebec was coiled upon o play, in thio Canadian confederation Premier Tascheieiui polnt.c-1 out that Quebec had 20.000 Can- adians in Alberta, in Saskatch- ewan, in Mauliobii, in 'seoihs noif.'lo bo better uaderslooil." British Columbia end in On- it one tlniey he said, Quebec was con- 1 tario. As for Interposing themselves sidere.4 as a solid, antagonistic and t between- tbo Maritime provinces anil cutting off Ontario I Ontario, bo beifevcd tuey "would Miner m us a link in the- of The keystone In ihe arch of ccnted; elation, the premier. In the contact of Ontario and Quebec. BIG STEEL STEAMER AGROUND, MILWAUKEE. Dec. ;big_ sled Eteamcr W. B. Crawford, owned by the Hamia interests ofrdetelanfl; awl bound for Milwaukee with l-.OOO, tons of-bard ccal, went aground on recks ilui-ing a fog tlirea miles north, of the Milwaukee lu'.rbor entnittcA (bill- afternoon. It is said the vessel began 10 leak ahiirlly after striking short of the black diamonds, a drunk- en man staggered fronr'a doorway, and made his 'wiy giddily down the street. Small .wonder he could' make !ltye{ of .the f tylg that the ''mine, dynamo; caused to burn brightly, he- was' seeing -othor things, and passing a corner, he crossed a vacanti at 'full and lay there apparently to, the w.orld About half, hour after this oc- currence, Jhe _ floors, ot the firoVsta tlon opened, diBplaylntf the big fire truck. It the long laddcni, at Ino'sldes-the within it the neatly 'hose, 'arid about it the members1 of the "-brigade, awaiting the signal to leap to their position on the running hoards In the centre of a group stood a short, stout mau, o[ large muscular development, issuing his parting m'tructions At a signal, the brigade sprang to their positions, and with a roar tho truck sped down nreman speeding skyward, .while'.town rang- tho sonorous notes, telling citizens paused to gaze. The brigade: of havoc wrought by tongues of heeded not, their mluds were intent -flame, 'while at tho time the on the practice "Up with you boys I telephone rang 'Never rains stead> there at the rang oil u murmured tho decisive tones, and then began the; _ 5. L regulation firedrill, dear to tho fin-: man's heart, while pedestrians stoid' lo attention. The practice drawing lo a clon-j and thje Lose already ii) iroel, when strange sounds of pro fau- lt} fell on the starlled air The drunk, Btirrin; In his slumber, had hnilseil his head on the and at" tempting lo retaliate, had injured his hand. .Blsiiig, he- poured forth such a volley of oaths, that duloofers hur- ried: from the scene. reached the chief, "who was'soon-Von tho spot, facing'the infuriated' victim of the bottie 'Come ho lectlng two if the choicest milk fed the street, Bre-driver at tie wheel, 'porkers, slanft- aBd besUa man wearing an air of Proud were the brl gada o{ their efficiency, and their chief, and anxious to show thelrmet tie, bnt alas, the only fire in months had been a small one The truck stopped at 3 prominent corner, backed -and a whis- tle was blown, another, and hi a few minutes the hose, was attached to a hydrant, the ladder, in, place, and a 'I'll id 'best be in your cot." Shay, ffho'ro answered the inebriate, fight this m'self bis captor, and minute tiie vie tim found, himself marched1 Into -Ibq roadwaj, In a firm grip steele'd by frequent exercise in handling such cases. said the d. he caught sight of the truokV that' Shay, fought 'plica, >ouso fireman can't 'rest me" Then as a silly smile overspread bis tea lures, rested by fire A giggle arose from the gathering crow d Can said tbe chief lad his captive suddenly sped down tha street, propelled from the rear, tru'ck and brigade following in procession But as they turned the corner, word rrie rang out, and a man ruslt ed into the stat'on, and (brew'hts weight on the bellrope Ojer Ihe Tobacco. ana fill up you V yrjJB) ftink the cW tfii sweetest in ihe World, you'll be fryini SENATOR a dozen times a day and liking it better every time you smoke it Get that try-out package to-day. SENATOR TOBACCO "DeliciouslyFragrant" In 15c. Packages and pound Tina, ngjl irn 1 runk loudU, and Us door he to the seat of tho which, fled wildly nip the nlghl -Toward four blocks away, according tv the central exchange, rushed tho truck, but an the dark of. (be ceulral schools sound of creaking wheels was a hayrack, drawn by. a iair crossed the cor- ner ahead it, tlia glaring of au auto heedless ot.speed aws, raced toward them. The driver, seeing It, lashed his team, but the Ifed animals could do little more. There a crash, -ind the vuined slid Into tho ditch, the car a shower of glass 'Jhe.flre chief again defied his per s.o'nality, arid "descended. "Got your iuinbor.--You for tho coop, reckless No .tusker coming the chief peered into the front seat. "No he said to-the driver, Sere's another. Have to go ahead till tyC'ome." truck sped away, and telling w put up at a livery, as he'would be a needed wit liess; ihe chief "eiamlned the car, which was not much damaged, and tossing the tipsy motorist Into the rear seat, both 'were soon at (lie sta- llon, where a second cell received its g.uota, with a note made of the cap- ture. The car Cwas beaded for me fire, and the teamster picked up en and in.the shadow of the hla'e information papers Tyere :made while the fire chief, doffing hia olherj once more, was soon df- 'fecting operations ihe J P belnL spectator Most of the furniture had..been removed, !as usual, feather- Jjcds carried out ind crobk- 'ery thrown out tho vl idons The brigade hid quick work, moro} than one stream was plajlnp tho chief Inking Ins place at the bead of) the ladder. As he did so, a woman biirsl_.through the crying out .that "ft child remained in (he rear i.6om of the Callinq for the smoko and'gas helmet, (he fire fighter, followed b> of his men, a rope around his waist, crawled through tbo smoke (o tho rear of the building. At sound of ft' cry, ho snapped his flashlight, discovered tho youngster lyfng on a to prevent fright, fumed it off.' Seizing the shall form, which nestled close, he wSo a tug on tho rope, and the fire men guided him slowly lo the win- ,dpw beginning to blaze. A cheer .liurst forlli, as'the chief appeared, the little one was soon in its mother's arms. Taring the hose in iimiio window, he directed the steam on.die blaie-still appearing, the Ore being uon under control, In half tftf hour, only a smoking building re-. rnained. tho embers alone continuing j Tttq men now de- tached as bo relieved lat- er, and dripping wet, am! followed bs remainder of (he brlEnde (he chief sped to the station JVh.ero after seeing not mrw- stowed, away, ho retlr- 6dr homeward, and after sampling z bottle, kept against emergencies, dropped Irto a profound slutnbei Next morning n. short stout nian wearing'nn'p'nfr of authorKy, be-1 fpro n bcivhlskered judge, confronted a haggird charged Tilth] tec'iilcss driving and intoxication. I and ciuestioned a teamsfor minutely, In the character of prosecutor. When] (ho motorist had b'anddd over a total! of .thirty-live, and cosis, in Cmos, tho Jiroseculor declared (he court ad- journed, and passed Into (he police chief's office. A Email mirror hung On tlic wall, and the pfosecutor peer- ed, into It. As be did so, his fingers began running up and down (he but- (Ons on the front of bis blue scree Uniform. "Kire chief, police chief, flfb chief, police chloij" ho murmur ed, and (ho rlemfln In the glass iook 6tl back at him, and seemed (o say, "Why not Nellie Malady, a waitress in (ho Aberdeen' hotel, Chatham, expired while walling oin" a table. Ico In poiver plant at tho Uhaiullero caused nl'oppago of (ho OUawa and Mull .cars and Hull light- syslsin... Bags and Suit Cases The Store That Has ihe Best in Town Why? Because the leather business is ouribusinsss, and we have been buy- ing those goods for over twenty-five yeais. tJood taste finds expression in our Tiunks, Bags and Leathei goods. Our stock is large and our piices are the best. Call and inspect our goods'. ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. LTD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 7f34 'RE CASH rTING the NEED! The big discounts at this sale are attracting people who realize the op- portunity to get the finest kind of Christmas Gifti af, discounts averaging This is a genuine must have the money. j- v LADIES' GOLD FILLED SOLID i GOLD BRACELET WATCHES Reg. Sale Reg. Sale Reg. 00; Sale Sale GENTS' Reg. 00 Reg. 00 Reg. 00 Reg, Reg WRIST WATCHES Sale Sale.. Sale' V; -.Salo LADIES' DIAMOND AND PEARL, ETC., NECKLACES' Reg. Sale Reg. Sale Reg. Sale Reg. Sale J97.SO i Beads to Clear at Cost. SCARF PINS, DIAMOND, PEARL, ETC. Reg. 75c; Sale .s Reg. Sale Reg, S4.50; Sale Reg, Sale Reg, Sale Reg. Sale Reg. Sale Ct FF LINKS GOLD FILttD AND SOLID GOLD Reg Sale.......... 65c Reg. Reg. Sale Ueg. 511.50; Sale Reg. RINGS of all kinds: Diamond, Signet, Ernblerrij etc., reduced A full line of other Jewellery such ns: Brooches, Chains, Bar Pins, Mesh! Bags, bracelets, etc., at greatly clucecl prices. ,'j Gundy Clapperton, Cut French Wrri. A. Rogers Silver- wai-e at big reductions, averaging- Community Silverware reduced .Only a few clays to Xmas. Do not miss ryoiir opportunity in buying that Last" at these greatly re- duced pi-Ices. Lethbridge Jeweleipy Optical Company MAX SADOWSKI, Prop. DALLAS HOTEL BUILDING' ;