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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE- TWELVE ___ THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HKRALg THURSDAY, DECEMBEK W. 1920 (kdstonTcokKeenhterest In Monday s Municipal Election ment (Prom Oir CARDSTON, Dec. Election day, today, in tha CirfstoD municipal eles- was somewhat ot the nature ol a: landslide for the Progressive ticket, which was composed of W. H. Cald well, J. V, Card, Moses Anderson, and M A. Coombs, for the town council; Sylvester Low, Beth II. Nelson, Gerald S Brown, for the school board; while Is far as the hospital board WM con- cerned, the nominee of the Progres, sire club was J C ,Cahoon, yet a' strong, minority cf the club thought that a lady on the board would fia.aj Ing booths were busy all day and Dear S P-m. the volera were still com- inj so thick tiat It was doubtful 11 all would get through In It was the largest ppil that has ever .been cast In Cardston in any municipal election. Special Services At Barons Soon (From OUr 'Own Corroanondent} KARONS, 1Dec. congratulate our loitn council for Iho splendid .wvlco.they hare rendered the Wa show our appreciation by svalHs. Dean Renner Is now slaying 'WB Wm. Venables. J-P. Master George Hutchlnga: was oo tha sick list this.week. He Is now much Improved. All that onr well laid out 'skitlng rinks, needs, now Is water.'.But it to bs hauled. air sale of the Haiiwn on Saturdtjr e elded success. Strote -7f the ConwrrsWry of ridge, does not ei- pecl to bo In Baroas tor miuie between Christmas aiid the The Sunday" school UitJnrr'ot tie Barons church not has .upwarit of one hundred volumes. Kiss Agnes Moir was aUrlic home here for a tew days lut-.week. She has returned to Claresholni. support of the citizens ot Cardsfon MiT? wiV a-visitor-in behind her In her endeavor to brine Letbirldge irito SklH. The build ing tweho miles north of town. Sir. Llggins Intends opening. tx.first class shop next-spring; OeSKAiigus shipper's car of wheat r Mi-. AjASStalderi.jfho his been its- Mr B'Ora out and the. new year In; energello citizen His ,otal j They, spent A klm the) happy time ogethets _ or 5 Mr. and Mm. Grant ol Warner, Alia, durtoe that loux penod hayo are visitors with Mr. Grant's brother, gained lorb'mi the well-Ueserredcnp. Mr, Earl Grant. _ ;__._ port he received todi> Mr Card Is I of the Cardston InvosUnentl Cburch Affairs Mrs. Ivereon's section of the 1J n S uW-tS5 ol Cart- to' Aid held their bazaar on on Board of Trade He is a' day, Dec. llth, In the Oddfellows' hall. "booster" alwaja and Cardston has: A great .crowd of people from town is able land.- all directions of- town came to on' well to secure for another term, praise and purchase the by r anoer Mr Moses Anderson Is one of Card- [grand display artistically adorning the on's stalwart sons. Hla father -was! wain nnd tables. -.and stands of that eons sawar BUB of the very first pioneers ct-tho iiSB-iiall. HefreshmentB were on town and "Mose" as we call him, hand'erery hour of the afternoon for was'bo-n in Cardsioa just 32 years the weary. and.'tlred- parliclrhnu. He is a practical farmer and 1 The stalls, were well laid out by the himself to be a friend otiUleuled ladies in ordered task. Ev- the furmer His presetce on the town i council will mean much to the farm- Is-another-of erylhlhg in-line including candy, roll: "ed'oatsl" with the corner bringing delight to old and yoiing.: In the special and ifuV business men.! Tory appetizingilnn'oh pf'BostQn brown iu baked beans was provided, 'business and Is respected everywhere j This was.a .treat.to all wno came and, enjoyed tne same. All who at- era of the district Mr M A Coombs Cardston's successful is in the' harness __ilness and Is respec lor his ability and integrity Altogether it would be a very hard] appreciated the natter to select a better, more evenly, afternoon and only wished a few more -balanced council. Every nan is a> opportunities friendship, to- dlstincl asset to the Betiier.. of "this 'kind. Ibe sum of Cordston-may -el! look forward wao .reaMied at this splendid a verv progressive policy on the partifunpUp'n.'- V I ot fprMhe coining ye.aryM fWtiteside Is Eipectlng to espec'allv jvhen you aro acquainted'open a campaign'of special services the; business Mark. in TJarons United church or, Sunday, by acclamation; .who'Jan. 9th. "Mr.- expects to will bo af the head of such a strong! bring a. special singer with him. I Watch announcements. School Board Member The .Sunday, school to hold In sizing rip the school board mem-jits on Wed-, tiers, neniy elected, one is first -struck iiesday, Dec.22cd. Come and seethe with the appearance of youth greatest event ol the season. fhree'aro young men, not exceeding j-'. MK; Gilbert Lunde'and famlly.-baT- 30 years1 But, oppo ing this Ing'purchased .the houseformerly po; fol appearaico is the'prosent Earl ..Grant-, and family, ev sihihtles theso young men aro handl-lpect to their residence there ing Jlr Low, -ffho Is manager this week. -V 'the Cardston Creamefy, one of thoi The Bprnns .Cpnsollflate.d.BchpoI In- L largest co-operathe creameries In the lends holding its Christmas enter- prcivipee, has shown his to i-talnme'nt-'on Thursday, handle bard problems m tho way he j The..Ladles' Aid held their regular hao kept the creamery in such good monthly meeting in tho'church on financial standing during the .past.; Wedn'e.sday, afternoon at ,3. o'clock, two yeirs (1918 and 1919) o! drouth j The ladies hope to. decorate the and fa'lure when so many other con- church in the near'future.. A cerns havo gone to tha wall He is number gathered.for this meeting'and he Crow Line MrsrW. Tubner.wa.iC suddenly taken III on Sunday, December 12th. She Is slowly re covering.-..': Dr. H. McDonald of.'Medicine Hat was hastily..called'to thei home o( Mr: youngest daughter Grace, being seriously illr" Mr..Frank Lawgon. teacher.of- the senior frada' was .suddenly taken; sick last week with hiccough, which lasted three days, leaving, him very weak and came he has entirely recovered: and to be around as usual... new school board- .will elected. December 31st will end; the Consolidated school hoard; All schools to have a new school bOai-d for192 L Mrs. Harold Bowerman ;spent" Fri- day in Bow Island.- ,'i Mrs. S. E. Angle and Mrs. P. L, Back- strum were out. Saturday''asklng for donations for Christinas gifts', for.- the festivals to be in the I.Q.O.F. ball.for 'thej siMll dren y Tyelcoflie. The Ladies Aidtwjli hold meeting the Globe order plans for', the s chp ol, Wsllval. ncheanali are being held lit' ties home cf HDV. Hodgors eve. Mr. Ed. sales manager of the Dominion Pains Co. of VsncoiiTer, left 'WInnlfrea -M6ndayV Billy Craig returned trip Monday, not being abls to get employ- ment In Fernie, B.C; Mrs. W..-H. Borch.: and 'daughter Sundayed In: Medlclns.-V Hit visiting Isabelle -Birch, who at- tending business Mrs. Ernest tously ill at the and, Mrs. Hose Of Ilat, washable to "return to Wihnlfrea'Sat- urday, Dec. Miss Gladys and-Queenie Taber of Medicine Hat, yhHed at the hpms.ol Mrs; Jas. :iarsen .Thursd Dei era- her Tony Craig's rnany friends glad to'see arpund af- ter' his Mr. _. Mr: arid Mrs. Castle on Sunday. Mr. Colthropa.; spent the week-in'. 'rvlslting relatives. '-''.V ;vs Clyde Scott of-Medicine Hat la itlngat the home: of :Mr, and Mrs.'Tom Trebblp. r. j 1 market: Butter, 45c; .eggs ham; 'south of town, lift for his home In last .Saturday. Monday- Tilgbt sortfot reminded us ot winter. M Mr. Rqht.. Bailey }s loadtoe jjheat this -weeK.'1.', r- BIG INCOMES HIT BV DEGRESSION IN STATESvi CAN'T TAX NEW- Is, being oiperienced by inany States'citizens whose 1919 incomes require federal tai payments TORONTO, Dec. a meeting from J100.000 to more than o, T.arMaiB branch ot the G chiefly of Assam teas, the richest and strongest in the full flavoredjand very economical. Try a sealed v fRed Rose Coffee is Absolutely Pure? DOMINION WILL FURNISH THIRD OF RELIEF FUNDS to meet the-last quarterly payment, duo today, according, wards, collector" of internal revenue In one the; "figure was.J "7.7. Collector. Bd. wards said, "told me they not not cash. They eitenslon of time, LWhlcVI was powerless 'to yrequests for. more time have night, President A. S Anristrong read .a jlelegram from Do- minion Secretary McNeil! stating thai the% Dominion government had an nounoed that it was prepared to fur nish.-onetWivl of the relief lunds'na- jJessary'thiB whiter provided tho prp- and municipalities each furn Ished .'A. resolution :was passed asking the Ontario government to appoint advisory councils immedl per.Bbnslrin every lire otjately to who, iCoilector Edwards de-Uitoatldn, 'and fhat returned soldiers "seem to' liive felt the pinch adequately represented upon the of the 'depresslo- and tho tightness 'of Lines of busi ness most BerlDaBly .affected mention ed by the 'collector were the silk and textile trades and. deafens in automo- bile tires. A score of big taxpayers hava Informed him: -he they would have to bear tie penalty of five per' oeni: and the charges of one per- cent, a 'rnooth, provided in tie. 1918 revenue iiv.-L Reportfra on tie j Berlin "Mprgen 'various councils throughout the prov ince. MUNICIPAL MONEY NOW COSTS MORE TORONTO, :Dcc. indication o! dearer mofey since the relisting Victory bonds is seeii In the Issue of J45.016 of six per cent bouds by tho town at. a., price which cost the. mumcipaliU 710 per cent Wood Gund> and company of this city being tho highest tenderers, 9112, the bonds were awarded to them STORM HOLDS UP LATE LAKE STEAMERS FORT Jlec, a 30 mfls g'alo blowing shore and a blinding snowstorm accompanying It, four of tho fleet which cleared from this port'Sundayj at of navigation aro still lying In the bay, while' one, the City ol Bangor, fiia been forced to-retuni: to" the1 harbor owing to engjne trouble. Tho steamer Toolinson came In for wheat and will clear tomorrow with bushels aboard, if weather conditions moderate Reports are that 14 pt tho fleet.havo reaches the lower end of Lake Superior and are tving-lu shelter under WhlteSsli Point. Regulates the Liver Post" are One test is to break a saucer.! _---------- mains polite the J20 prtae. politeness test, ito a store and girl cterk re -1 THOSE MTY .1- imiEs recogiiized as one ot Cardston's briglitCijl. men and Ihe cifizens .pboulfi feel satisfied in their chojco of this nominee. a, helpful time was The''.Choral Society. ,neit. Monday .night.hopes to glve_a social'evening, j Games, will be indulged in and special As to Mr be has a trained 'singing .wljl bo rendered by the inem- legal rnlud, being one of barristers, and has had much experi- ence in school matters, not only as tho secretary-treasurer, of the Wool- :fdrd school district, but also' In his cloie personal touch .with tho Card- school. -Mr. another of Cardston's home-grown men, In fact all three ol f" the new school board members aro native born in the town of Cardston, Cardsto1 his of 'e fa senior1" ______'Trading and us business the splendid tore ho has billt Up Iheroj. So that agairf, the citiiens donlly chosen well, and where ihese young men lack in age and. OTperi- .ence, the ratepayers may be sate In assuming that energy and aggrtssjve- ness wllUmake ujiithq deficiency, "and moreover tho board 'Mr.' CharfcV Burt Anna D. Snow will bo amply akle'; bcra of th'8 society. R. Hodges now occupies tha house nest to the school formerly occupied by Jlr. Planting. Miss Mcisaacs c( the school staff spent the week-end with friends in tlocky Coulee. 'The service.neiit Sunday in Barons .Union church will bo the laat betoro ChrlBlmas. Hence Chrls'tDias music will be sung.-. All are w.elcomo. i Jyfr. Martin of >De Winton, has now jo.ined his famUsr, T 'Mrs. Henderson arid fatoily are now residing-.in ;the -house next to A. famfly.s They moved In ItSA their fapi o'ast of town on Mon- day. J. Buchaiiin, tnother of Mrs. 8. f or Edmonton "oh Thursday morning She'Has.bccn staying here for'the-past-six weeks, farmbra are. busy "thess days hurnlos up the weeds "that have ac- in tha fences' and along Local Mr. and on December 8th, R Von.. Mr. and 'Mrs.' T. 0. Sunday and-Monday lii -roediclne-IIat. Billy Huff returned from "Arlington, Oregon, last week to spend Christmas with his parents; Mr. and JlrsfOIyn Phillips. .'-A'-- Mr. H. T. Luther Tiiesday morning to attend'the poultry show at .lledicine Hat. Mr. Luther made, sev- cou .lllii -Lr, uu alftv ,iu ,11 iua ouu mnwl and restrain .any rash policies the'roads.' The Improvement Is very :'ltmay te'said that 'our sldowalks are npwj complete for Iho time being. which "young put through. blood" may wish" to The past week has been at exciting J -A dish POST TMST1ES 1 makes a good square meal to round out the day, with i CORN 'i FLAKES r SUPERIOR QUALITY That Come On tlie face Are Caused By-Bad Blood Many an otherwise bekntlfnl 'and at- tractive, faca is sadly, marred by the ungigbtly pimples, and other wbolly by bad blood. Many a cheek and brow mould'of beauty have" been sadly De- faced, and posEDssor of the rendered unhappy for: years. Their presence is a source of barrassment'to those afflicted as well as pain and regret1 to tbelr friends There Is an effectual remedy -for these facial defects and'teat is Bur- dock Blood Bitters, the old reliable medicine that has beefa 'on.the mar- ket 'for over i. __________ H drives out all the'impurities from bnstness call to Winnltred on Wed-jtbo blood, and the complexion; ral entries with Mils'.-- White Wyau- ottes. Jlr. and Mrs. Norman Heatfi made esday. The Ladies' thojres- lar meeting December 23fd at tho ome of Mrs. )erilson and Mrs. Jas.. kars_en fTsBiat- i'g. .Miss Stella, Dowletyof .the.Vnjon lank spent Saturday and Sunday in Medicine Hat. Robt. Gilroy of Whltla made a busi- ness visit ia "Wlnnlfred thls'tteek. Mcljta Hollar will spendilhe.winter months a't the home of Mr. .and Mrs. A. J. Trembly. Billy McDonald made a business trip o Lethbrldge but: week. Jim Lynch returneil from Calgary :hls he has been work-] ing for; several montha.- clear and healthy Mre., James WiUlami, UNITED STATES MEETS ENbRMOUS PAYMENTS WASTflNOrpN, Dec. bill for agalnst'fiio -Unltad States soveniinent fell due Wednesday and at the same timo the. treasury in lo collect JfiGO.OOOtOOOJn Income and ex- cess pro'fils taxes.1 About, 000 in treasury cerllflcjitcs oE Indebt- edness matured today and at the same time the semi-annual Interest, ort Ihe first Liberty loan and tho Victory- Liberty Joan, nearly payable.! In Order to-provlilo for current expenses, and Ip rnecl tho remainder of th6 'li which mature In January, Including fn 'certificates, Secretary of the Treasury Houston has offered aggre- gating about. COTTON MI'L'LS.TO CLOSE tfcci'f Oat, face was cohered for nearly a year I used different kinds of remedies to get rid of ttrem and finally 'thought there was no relief. .A friend dforP ped In one day and fold me I should try Burdock Blood, Bitters. I did set and used threo bottles, and found the pimples were all disappearing from tny face, and now I have a clear com{ plexlpn'agaln." Is manufactured1 only, .by the T, Miltmrn Co. Limited, Toronto, li Ouch! Another Rheumatic Twinge Busy and Relieve Those Pains With That of Sloan's LIHlment' WHAT Sloan's'dcos, it'does thpr- without rub- lilng to Ilia afflicted i far'- and Komplly relieves HUM' kinds ot ex- ternal iialna and mhos. You'll find II dean ami non-skln-slalnliigl Keep il handy for vlntloa, lumbago, neuralgia; over-ex ler ted muscles, stiff.'Joints, oblig_ationfl backache, pains, bnilsos, strains, apralnn, bad For J5 years Sloan's Liniment has helped ovor.-'You to be an exception.. H does in Canada. All 70c, llAO, Permannce Enduring'satisfactioii, maximiuri enjoy-. mcnt and fond remembrance mark the gift of Jewehy at Christmastime. Jewelry isn't Connecticut CollSi'Mills plant'hsra given an onforced hollday'uh-1 til the new year, tomorrow] night, at Ume tlie plant wllij cloap a trinket that.is boitght today and" forgotten tomon'OW. It remains with the recipient a life time, always carrying with it a. con- stant appreciation of the donor. "One never .makes ii mistake, in giving especially.. if it comes.from a store like ours. May we show you our Holiday display? BENDER 331 5th STREET SOUTH L ;