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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TIB IXKJAL KIWI THE DAILY HERALD ujuun PAGE or LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER LETHB1UDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Gty Manager darter Commfttee Named by ConnnissioDers to Deal With Proposed New Government Committee WUTDeeide Wheth- er Charier Shonld Be Rushed Through or Held a Year AtkW by cHy council doing In to form ofi govtfimicot, tht ftUewtftf (tven the the an intw- cwiiinfl from oil werapretent the "We prapew appoint- ing a committee to draft a charter. Our own detrire Is to get It ready for the eoffilng'MS- alon of trie Legislature, but the time Is very chert, and tbs com- m.ittee will have to determine Whether they can take the re- sponsibility of reconimendlng a charter drawn In such s short time or carrying on for a yeir. Isnger we are.? The council 'have elected the following provisional committee to act or to a committee to act: Brigadier-General Stewart, Dr., Lafforty, B. Metcalfe, W. Oliver, O. H. Elton, W. A. Buch; Q, R., Marnoch, H. .Barrow- V: man, A. G. Baallni, Judge jKk- son, >A.; Johnston, V. Gllmore, A. Wllllannson, two Labor. iatlves, E. J. F. Simp- son, K. Boyd, J.1 C. Ruskr two vet- Bowman, two mem- bers of the Railroad union, H. G. J, Nelson, R Ceuttry, j J. A. B.'Hogg, Geo. Green, Q. B. MacKay, E. J, Sehl, R, V. Gibbons, O R. Yates, L. M. John ttone, H. Macbeth, J. and the three SpJeofidReod A Harry Fketwood Praised by Board Resolution' of Congratulation Passed by School Board- School Data- Good Work Recognized. I Store Vlndowa are' pow beginning to herald thejoomlng of Christmas During (he 'wuit-'few da} a store keep- ers in been rapidly placing decorations and goods In their windows with the result thatyrifth Streeti Avenue present' quite a. chBerrul. ap- n-- f GIVEN EENttNCE OF SIX MONTHS In ths Tatar cattle ittallng befoce hht OneiM, 'thr court TMtday, cwad A. Hartcll and swtwiert tevalx Burgmann's hall, -Westmluttr school, by Mrs. R. A. Smith, to'start January 1 at.the saJan- of .Jl.WW. MUs Keith bis had (our years' successful exped- ience and is well, spoken of by J. B. Robinson, Inspector of Schools, worth Countfi Mrs, Ella C. Dlion haa been' rolaled-to the position vacated hx Mlaa Leah toning In Fleetwopd Sclool 4 tho emUry ol C-- _ o4Uia V. utta mutt given the position occupied by Mis) Mch'abb In the Central school, at salary of to date from February lit. She U a unlrerslty graduate aid hulda a Erst class with tour years sacoasiful In Nora Scotia. Miss'McNabb; at-her own ,taklcj a lower grade. Dainty Raoognlnd The services node rag' the schools bj KiBs-Datttty as none, wan acknowledged by the doard placing her 6m the game achedale as a grade to data from Jacasry his report Superintendent The twenty'ye are of coatlnuoos jer- rice'Id the interests of city schools, .which 'Mr. J. H. Fleetwood will complete at the of the year, to Remain Open Two Wed- unity Afternoons, Two Evenings f> retailers lisve received to remain OJWE the Wed xuiday aJttniooa- Immediately before also the Wednesday Schools refe'rrid to tie rerr eiteoiive work, IB and, out of the done by Miss Dainty. she !g ex- ceptionally thorough, capable, and tactful, and the beneficial of her work be. over estimated. She Is carrying on an educational campaign In the hornet which has al- ready produced excellent results Her tactful manner has won the sympathy and co-operation of parsiitn t Thanks were: conveyed to. lous chapter! of the I. O. D. E. tor the Interest shown In school matters, m prizes .and scholarships .against; the Kill KJui Klan congratulation tendered the winners ajuire of Wesley churcli. The game In rlew of the long and faithful eer- u to on the Y SLC A, floor Tlces of Mr Wallace the Board wju commence ai 8.3 Oo'clock. COL. PEARKES SPEAKS AT ARMORIES TONIGHT Lt.-Col.< V.C., wilt addrws meeting, toatght ajt the Ar- mor lea (Henderson (Jarage) at eight o'clock aharp, on artillery develop- ment during the great war. Those who heard .Lt.-Col. Pearkes know hoir'Iniprattiac his lectures sri. 7hs pros: to interesting as any pre-' rlous- lecture we hire had the plea- sure o( hearing Pearkes give AU bittery raembers are requested to turn out: and bring their friends. All will be made welcome. afternoon, before New Year's day. of- ficial word to 'this effect was receiv- ed by: Jamea Hose, secretary of the -.branch of the R. M. A. this morning. -The. stores can also remain until nine o'clock In the evening for dayi before Christmas. It Is understood the local merchants wanted to open until ten o'clock on Christmas eve; UFEDFCIiy HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL A number of aplcndU donations for the Chrlctmu ChMr: Fund camt In pact 24 hours, ing marici itii" uvvn Tht Good Ftllowa are warm- up to their flne.atylt, and that it In tight. Good fellows 4 NEW BOOKS ATTHE' LIBRARY 4 The following books hate been received at the Public Library: Baxter, Parts Men Play; Bower, The Quirt; Burrows, Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar, Tarzan tho Untamed; COALDALE TUXIS WILL PLAY BASKETBALL HERE boys will be in Friday night to play hask- expenses- of elected to follows- "That In view atjOtk fact each, and BO No "2 desks At 'raonton on December 28, 29, and 30. A that onr secretary, Mr J H Fleet- J13 25 each, with 10 fronts and rears j good game is promised wood, is about to couinielB nts twen- ml was authorised j i NO Sunday school league game will tietli year, of continuous service to The enrolment for November was' tonight Next week's game the public school of Lethbriflge, as compared to In Novem wm-be between Wesley-Christian and as a member, then as chairman ber, 1919. New pupiis counted 67] Knox and He day will be announced later. r board, end latterly as secretary, against 52 In November last jean having, regard to the high'esteem in The schools will close tor -the -w The fllltng tfielr win dows .wlth'turkles and other fowl and the drag stores "are eexhlbitlng articles toilet, 'candy and other gift goods'' stores are 'showing off their wares the hardware men are ptitUng out tig displays of skates 'I hlch he Is. held' by all those who hate been associated iHth him in that serrfce, tils 'Boards extends to Mr Flectwood onr congratulations. In his splendid'record and onr wishes for continuance of tie good will and pleasant relations ha no'w enjoys in his offlw." It farther resolved that the chairman and Superintendent of schools he a committee to arrange for a social evening of the board and staff and, friends] of "Mr." Fleetwoodi for the narpbse of entertaining and doing honor to''the secretary of he Is closing his twentieth' year of continued service school 'offlcs Janitor's RalM In jiSJystnia jetmon' presented by the janitors that their salaries he in- creased, the board did not see fit to grant any of the increases asked for at the present Miss appoint- ed to tho position vacated by Miss Jackson in Fleelwood ,to com- mence her duties on January 1st at the initial salary of iMIss Ram- say holds a second certificate, and bati had nyer six months' success fol experience chiefly in graded schools. Miss Edna Keith was appointed to the position now temporarily held in ihristmas holidays on December 23rd, and will reopen on January 4th. Ouiv course of business instruction -Srill ucvclup in you the Winning Streak that folks talk about. v New Year's Term Opens Jan. 3 MIGHT SCHOOL EDUCATOR'S TALKS AT THE ARMORIES Last night's meeting proved to "be. the most enthusiastic gathering batteries have had so far, having practically 'a full turn out. Quite few visitors called during the.' even ing who were Impressed very much by the vim the recruits put into their drill and sports. A few lively bouts were staged by members in the box- mg room Four recruits enrolled during the evening All again reminded at the lecture tonight'. by Pearkes, V.Cn at the mories at 8 o'clock. BANK MESSENGER ROBBED OTTAWA, Dec. up by an armed tnanlted while travers- ing a lonfly stretch of country he-' tween Barry's Day ond Ont., B; 'L; Blermackle, teller of the Merchants Bank branch at Barn's Bay was robbed of shortly, af- ter 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening, O. BOX WO PHONE 1619 Income Tax .SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS.'. Business it: "U- f ENGINEERS 64 Acadla Bulldmtf (12 Third South BAWDEN BROS: PHONE 625 LEATHER ROCKERS FROM A small de-poflt will bold: one for you. MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVE., TORONTO, (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIDGE) Will be nleaied to rtcilve now or renewal, for the fallowing: LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PER YEAR SATURDAY EVENING POST.......... 3.75 PER YEAR COUNTRY GENTLEMAN...............2.00 PER YEAR PICTORIAL REVIEW ...n............ 3 00 PER YEAR GOOD HOUSEKEEPINtt ...............4.00 Other Leading and Magazines. ftirnfihed on application. A MAGAZINE IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT iurttflhe CHRISTMAS We have always made a special effort'to supply all ice cream orders on Xmas Day. We have secured the help of the "Herald'' boys along with our own drivers to deliver your orders. We would like to have special orders in as soon as possible and not later than1 Dec. 22. Lists of flavbrs and prices will appear in a later issue' of the Herald. THE tRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576. Plenty of Dash and Go, r Many a man has plenty .of dash and go, but fails for lack of staying qual- Hies. Many a person has ability to spare but no reliability. Staying qual- the day by day re- ,'liability, which carves a place for itself one can 'easily fill, de- pends on health.' you nave reliabil- ity.' The moat unreliable fea- ture of life IB sickness. It cornea whan strength Is needed moat It comes when a rival: Is press- Jng' hardesl. Sickness .holds you back, sickness robs the say- account, and makes heavy drafts on the bank of happiness. With chiropractic health Is a matter" of keeping tho backbone fn proper mechanical condition, Call fo; proof. Just at this season chiropractic adjustments are helping bach to health hundreds .of sufferers from bronchitis, tonsllltls, rheu- niatlsm, influenza, coughs, colds, sore throat and headache, NO CHARGE .Consultation Is without, charge or H.YRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phonet and 1441, This Pnrpoee Will Be' Important Thursday'-Blsnt's meeting to organ- ize the Boy-Life' Council of Leti- brldse, repretentAtlre of nearly) every; orgahliatlon In the city Interested In-this nrork, said Tom the Rotary Club's committee this morning Tills meeting has been called tor le'-Yi and according to no- ces received by Mr. Rldpath, Jew- fa intereitt will be represented. A. Virtue will be there on behalf of he Boye' Welfare Coon ell; Bob Bar- ;Ed. Sehl for the Child- en's Shelter, Mr Sehl, It Is ex ecteti; will also represent the Eepar- te School Board; 8am Porter, as resident of the Rotary Club, and Tom Udpath'ahd Peter' Lund' for the boyt1 ommlttea of the club. This donnclKwIll be the cleannf OUGO for all organized elforta on be ".If ot the boy'-life in Lethbrldjo of the World; Ford, Torchy jand Vee; Grey, Riders ft( the Purple Sage; McKenna, Lady Oemler, Purplo Heights; Porter, Pollyannaj Rlnehart, The Poor Wine Mac; Euek, His Prince FeTJar; The Prairie Mother; Tie fllil; Wai pole. The Captlvsa; Watadn, Stronger Than His Seii Oibbs, Now it Can Be Told; Lodge j HijttKiild: Drummond, The Habitant; ttoJd, Op the Seine to tho BattlefUelds. DONT FORGET J- f L I The only plan where yea your repelred by prat- Ucal ahoe maters at Hutton Firth south: Phone 8 8, at Colonial TtKjrtM Ing to put tte Chrfatmat Fund again In good style. Amelia th? contribution today------ Mveral of which are for asims, there la one from a tiny tot _ who came to the v-lckrt at the Herald yesterday and reaching at hljh he could, Just managed to tip a nlckle' over counUr. "For the kiddles" he said, You cant teat that kind of spirit; that kiddle made a real ticrifice that aoms other child might a peep of Sinti Clauc, The'klddks are taking a real Interest In this Santa Claua Fund this year, and amonj those moat Interested are of SmHh's data at Central School who are putting on center! In the Central School Auditorium on Thursday evening in aid of tha, fiind. The fund now standt: Prevloutly acknowledged .K2QJJQ' Mr. and Mra. J. H. Let 60.00 Mr. and Mra. O. R. Yatea 20.00 Charity. Lodge No.- 67 A.F. and 2SM A Tiny Tot 46 F. W. Downer 1000 W. Slark................75 H. 1.00 Stop! THE, LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH 1 ARE HOLDING THEIR BAZAAR SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING DECEMBER THE 18th IN'tHE OLD CHURCH, OPPOSITE C. P. R. it Come your Xmaa gifts; there are all kinds of. for evorypne Beautiful fancy articles, pretty dntases for Hia kiddles, ctotiitf. A wonderful fish pond, a pantry wtth all the and last, but not and have a cup of tea In gntn and white tea room. -THE HALL HAS SEEN ENLARGEP .n THE LADIES WitJ. DO THEIR BEST TO PLEASE THEIR GUESTS., I Look Who's Here The'Noted Jack Saunders OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA a red-hot campaign In the oonverted Caledonian Hal! 618 7th South Jack noted filnjcr. Yon should EVERy NjGHT BEGINNING DECEMBER 15TH AT 8 O'CLOCK LAST Kid with Mat hair, Btby tilt's' Jointed'and sleeplnj, knockabout, jointed and dressed. Extra Special: Large 24 inch Doll ETA i ind general expenses are iower, therefore sell chopper, OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK EVERY EVENING THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE w. H. MCCAFFREY, 414 13th Street North Phone -145 Have Yon Looked at Our System This-system. Is the result of' yean of eiperimonts oti the fart of men who are maslera of the trade The most tanltary and npto-date methods only used and the finest materials money can buy. Your vlted. Quality Is our watchword, Letnbridgc National System of Baking FIFTH STREET SOUTH For Christmas Christmas Cakes Christmas Puddings Scotch Shortbread Moir's Finest Candy AND ALWAYS OUR Uniformly Good Cakes, Pastry and Bread at lOc a loaf. KIRKBY 60S Third MM AND CREAM H Have you tried our pure, pas- teurized milk and separated cream, fresh from ths .farm every day? Our baslness bat quadrupled In the last two months, THERE'S. A KBASON, The reason la contained In the goodness In our products. ;Try- us and bo convinced. Quality and service guaranteed. Serve both the NoHh and South Wards. We are still making that Una quality of butter yon like so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND We are also agents, far th9 Cardatan Creamery braii'd 'of fine, fresh, pasteurized Butter, nnd'have a slock on hand. This butler needs no advertising on the Lethbrldge tnarhef, anri only be obtained through us! Oar phono Is 1529 and we tt your service for all Dairy Products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBR1DOE, PHONE Office and Plant, 1284 6th Avt. A, South, ;