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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V TEE LOCAL NEWS WHEBB YOU EXPECT R THE HERALD MflE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS DFXEMBEK 17, 1920 SECOND SECTION v LETHNUDGE. AXBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGU ELEVEN {Thomas Lewia Dies at Home r Former Mem- i of Mounted Police i >The. final .call to the West hag been once more answered in the death last at-, Thomas. .-Lewis, well known old timer of 30 sears' ai his residence 1211 Third Ayecuo spilth. With 'with many an old-timer who has gone west, there departs many- ah: early associa- tion connected with the history ot Lethbridge One by one these staU who led the tvay in making the city and what'they are, are passing out, Ing with them, as iu the present case, the unlveraal regard respect In which they were wontj River Jn a Freakish Mood Raisfes Feet In The the city-had Bhavo yesterday ot being left In com-1 pletB darkness throusi tha power in poner house failing to the! abnormal low Elate ot tie river, and they to thank the new Hit pumps that have been recently m stalled la saving the situation The river wag in a particularly mood jfcilerday, down so low that it could bo crossed on foot. It-theu rose to two teet durtas the night, at it stood this morn Tng. Freeman coneld ers that, with the aries of the. river, It will he necessary I to build a dam to conserve the water, to. take the place ..'ot the present pro- cess ot hiving to :deepen. Uie'chaa uel periodically. iWIVh .the'river slid denly taking the .mood- to, subside there is all the danger ot being put out ot commission at unexpected time, add this in spite of Ike precautions taken fq deepen'the channel To tho new lift the citizens hate to pass a vote ot tbanks, IQ their coming to the rescue at a critical tune.' SANTA COMING NEARER SaoU-Claur'nas-wired the C. P. 11.-Social aiid Athletic Club that he. Spirit River, 350 mlies north'ol Kdmonlon and expects.'t6 rejci vinagaml on Silu-day Tntgtit and with good lack wpecls reach Edmoc- tea "TueWay .which will1-give pfjnjy ot lime to reach Lethbridse'ja'. Thursday, the: o HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL Miss Rosttaskl Knocked Down Ry Car Driven By Mr. Bateman to be ..With each" of them thero as been a particular with the there' is that of freingMhe'flrat ind'only .town policeman days' when Leth- bridge..was starting on its, .evolution to city of the size'It'is now. This so tar back as twent) six years ago Thev Lewis has passed out at a comnftraUrflly early ace, that of yeSrs, and had hardl} reached Lodges and Shekinah Chapter COL. PEAK TEllS LOCAL POULTRYMEN Knocked down by an automobile, on Third Avonue.-South, opposite tha Victoria Mansions, Misa HoBbaskl is AT In lhe Otlt'HosplUl-ln a very Ai According lo the statement raade'-by. the'driver of the poultry fanciers had'far .McKInlev he go- east, and, opposite the Mansions, Over the Seven'.i Hundred dollar the big day_ happier for a number ot mark today with just seven days fortunate kiddies. Another a number otentrjes- In the Magrath pounr> show on Wednesday and go to put the Herald.Christmas Cheer Fund into lie Thousand dollar class again! .And judging by the interest the Good Fellows; ore laklnsj and by tha Interest belngynantMstedfby Ihe little ones who are most Interested of all in Santa Clans', visit, thoy are go- go over Some splendid donations were today.' froin Miss Smith's class of .Central School. ot this class, assisted" b> The Ihei On December 27th officers ot three Masonic.lodges inj Lethbridge will be installed. These officers.will bb mem- bers of Charity, North Shek- ot these oj. 05 years, and naa narai} reacneai the allotted span ot the three scote lodges have been named bnt the ap- pears and tea, had been alllns for some tlmo, and his aliment became accentuated after he had returned to Lethbridco last year, after visiting the land of Els "birth, Wales was pointed officers" will TO! be known until the above date. North Staf In the North" Sfarlrlodge .the folio been elected W Crawford, jaiiu Ui CIH uinu, ".lies nil wua ui f ,.r TT member ot the Royal Worshipfur Master aa Mounted Police, now tho n C M P, Senior joining up aUReglnaancT then being Junior etatlpaed' In Lcthbrldge.- It the custom of the force the time to, cnpply a night patrol for the city in one of Is members, tnd to this duty the deceased was appointed After resigning from the R N W Warden; R 'J Chlswlck Frank' as Secretary and H M Wbladington, as Treasurer. Charity Lodge The Charity Lodge officers are Al bcrt Wrlghtj Master Wil 1mm Cross, Senior Warden, M B. Interesting Lecture in Armories Recalls Development of' Artillery "Arm 1 In the'address given In the arm'otlos Wednesday evening by Lieut-Cof Pearkes, V C, b S 0 MS, consider able interesting .information re- called Ho reviewed the war period from an-artilleryman's viewpoint anil told-of. the wonderful artillery 'devel- opment from the commencement o' hoslllllles in August, 1914 to the sign ing o t Arm! slice. Ho started by giving a short sur vey ot Ihe condition ot the British ar llllery in 1914 and outlined the pro west had slopped either (betake up passengers or (o leach ipf off Thn "ilrpet MeKcrrow, J Dr ,'Ctcd with "one of the oldest anil A Tavlor, treasurer, "Arthnr-Havr, S lost yghly'Tespected families S Ball. SM P JI ilhbrjfee, 4he lato and his surviving wldowJ FARMER'FOUND DEAD. WJHIam Henderson married a liliiff three miles dorth'i'ot Prince ._ derecl oft the. be held -4n inq.uest is to ment In No and the latter at Woolworth's'store1 The oldt'mersi ol the city who deceased well and familiar- Iv feel Ms loss greatly, m passing out'Elican church Tho arrange as he has at an age mhen many ot ments will be in the hands ot the thorn ?re hile.and heaitj lie Miow'Arnn and veterans of tho city hti ond was coming, and on Ihe Superintenfent Pennefather an ot his death sent for his old limp nounced this afternoon that 'Mr Lewis frkndi Major Burnett and Mr Reid Viill be honored with a military fun ot the Land Office era] j -Deceased wasra member of tho'An- gress It made as the month) passed4er of the Smel'zer, ot Medl The groat feit of turning before Magistrate factories into munition plants Bnrrell and ufalcd tliat Le was Kfttls dwell upon and told of the great man fjed Tvi'h. the cjtplanalion (.Iveu by the nfactunng organizations necessary to accused aB'fo he came b, the turn out enough shells not onlv to horse, and that he felt no thetr was supply.the artillery ihlendod meet the demands froin the oiher theatres'.of war. i Col Pearke spoke very fully on the technical side of show'ng how, this brought into prac lice man} asfr methods which prac- tically revolutionized artillery fare The pgnresHhat were way .of comparison were asMnndingJ and TVO again take off our hatg K to1 Good Old said a .member ot the. Brigadier General Stewart prejidcd and gave a interesting tall oa Incidents in It ranee relating lo artll lerv development His reminiscences nuth Col Pearkes of 4 20 am, August S 191S V.C7E nnmsmg Light refresh.' menls were served Timm'a pulletB thinking it was' scinrher, riiiy pullets "thought1 th'at'.thfeejweeks ago.- We are, getting man> as eight to teiT pullet'fl eggs from about twelve birds Does that camouf'age Pimm's'clicks In the suni- mer Ul'ly Aitken of the Herald staff'also'claims his .1320 pul- lets have laving for three O COX 940 PHONE 1619, Income Tax SPE'CIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-e Audla Building 612 Th I rd Ave nue South' f DON'T FORGET, Toe only place where ycra ret ypur repaired by praa- (IdU ihosmaken la'at Mutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phono 693 deora 8. of Colonial BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 LEATHER ROCKERS FROM A email deposit will hold ona for you. GRAIN INSURANCE Grain Storage in Bins and Farms FIRE RATES, PER J1DO 1 Month 20e 2 Montin 30o 3 Months..............4.Je 4 Months ,............i. SOc 6 M o nth V'i .v. r. 60o" 6 Montin...........70s The EDGETT Agencies Limited Balmoral Lethbrldgs PrloNE 651 TntUraiice and Leant Be Sure a Board Company Have You Looked at Our System ol This- (a o( years of eiperliMntiron the part o( men who are mastoVa of the trade. The raost .tuftllary ami up-lo-dalo. methods oni? tiaeil and the finest miie'rlals money can buy. Your" Inspection Is In- riled: Quallly Lethbridge Nalional Syitierri 6f ;B4king '407 FIKTri SfftEEf- MILK AND .CREAM .Have you tried our pure; fa's-' teurized rail'c and separaten cream, fresh from tbb farm' ever) daj Our biislnes- v 1ms in tho last two' months THERE S A REASON-j The renson Is conlilned In goodness In our products Tryv us and bo convinced .and.service guaranteed. -JSerVe iboth tne '.North and Son In r Wards Wo are sllll making's 'lhat fine quality of butter joa liko so CHIEF MOUNTAIN', BRAND We "are' also agente for. Cafdston Creamery brand of fine, pTsteurfzed Duller and nave on hand llih butter needs no ailvorllslrs on Ihe market ant1 cjli only bo obtained through us. Our phono if 1321 and we are ot jour service for all Dairy Products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETKBRIDOB, PHONE '1925' Office and Plant, 1254 6lh Ave. A, South. Ardell McNabb W: H. Spracklln, Stirling William Dexter McArthur Constance, Winnlfred and Pauline Hector. Peacock lloyce Peacock 1550 100 200 100 5.00 100 500 400 -300 100 100 John deposed that ho was coming out of'Ninth on (o Thirteenth Street' :when the defendant approichiriu unlhe left side ot tho road He turned to the right to avoid him when ho saw tho dc fendant doing, likewise; and lie was driving was struck Mr Whitton stated that he nas fwo feet from the street car lire, lie gave "ianosick room io'pnss, and tho next Ihmg ho knew was tho car com ing broadside en to the car hD was WElVORYlirpTF FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY French and Oriental -Ivory, very best quality In cases and odd pieces. .__.. Extra few of last year cases at last year prices less 10 percent Do rot forget our Toys and Dolls .and general expenses are' lowe'rj therefore we! sellcheaper. OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK EVERY EVENING THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE w. H. MCCAFFREY 414 13th Street North Phone .145 For Christinas Christmas Cakes Christmas Puddings Scotch Shortbread Moir's Finest Candy i AND ALWAYS OUR f Unifbrmly Good Cakef, Pastry and Bread at lOc a loaf. 606. Third Avenue South <4.HAHVARp AVE., TORONTO. (FORMERLY Will be pleased to recede subscriptions, new or renewal, for Ihe LADIES' PER YEAR SATUnOAY EVENING PbsY 3.75 PER YEAR COUNTRY GENTLEMAN 2.00 PER YEAR PICTORIAL- REVIEW 3.00 PER YEAR' "COOD.HOUSEKEEPfNO 4.00 PER YEAR Older Uadi'no Periodicals and -Prices .furnished art application.', A MAGAZINE (S A -VERY' ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT He Wd Appreciate a Safety Razor for Christmas A, LARGE STOCK OF THE. FOLLOWING .TO .CHOOSE! FROM Gillette- Safety Razors AutoStrop. Safety Razors Keeii Kutter Safety Razors to Ever Rea'dy Safety Razors to Riirharri Diiplex Safety Razors v We, arc also showing a splendid assortment of stropping machines, razor strops, shaving brushes and razor hbnes. Hie Hardware Co, GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATINO, Phone762 Your Neighbor is a Good Fellow Chiropractic is so new that it is a common prac- tice among people who know of to- recom- mend it to friends "jmd neighbors who need it. J It Is possible a neighbor may be dying for need ol chiroprac- tic, and yet not ttiow of It. There' are thousands who aid being alowly killed .by 'spinal norvp pressure that is' the stomach, lungs or eoiuc Oltt6r organ ol tlio body of Its needed nervous tell such a neighbor of chiropractic 'Is lo do a good fellow a good lurn. NO CHARGE Consultation b without chirgt or-Obllgidon. HYRUM JUNE B, SMITH SMITH 'CVI1ROPRACTUH8 J 2K Sherlock Phonee 1077 and ;