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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUBDAT, DECEMBER TUB LErirlHKIIJOE I'AH.Y HEKAMJ PACE Kink Being Cast in Cot- tages Being Built People's Forum {From-Our Own Correspondent) "TTAMS, Dec. anal BooeUsx tke rlatt took plies Ust nlf it, ted .Till bagln Immediate- ly The rink cominUteo art arras; lac for IwcGr Ushts. and when those !a place which will be In a day two, tkatlng In the evening] can commence Ttie CPU. claim to a team capable of pfeying the rofolai-3 to a standstill, and aro anz loot to set the game, may ba expected almost aay lima Tho cast o' uscalt, consequent ott tie huppenteica at the dance at the some tlms aro, oamii ep on the J6ta before Jaws on courthouse, and a largo nuibor were present to wltnesa tbe The absence of one of the Drtaclpal wlineyea, however, prevoale'd progress with case was adjourned to tba third of Januiry J irjott and Co, sro hiving thelf" premises .painted and decorated, the eolor schema being white Tho shop receive attention In -the way of-displays- for the Ohrlstmas trmde. The merchants of-tbo' towu polrjg In strong for Christmas dec orations somo havo prepared thdlr windows and nail ncen wliLseo an 'attractive shoving all round. Work on the Sundal cottages on the site of the old Union hotel begun, and cement foundations aro in Eress Tne erection of the now dv ell Inga will supply a much felt w-mt, and also make a great difference in tho appearance ot tho slrest south of the depot The staff correspondent of tho Her aid was lu Taber this week and hla remsrltB on the subject of tho towns utilities have been appreciated, -wish to keep tho in tho of pnigrea THE BASSOFF CASE 1M7 Mi Ai Herald. r. (ood ciws tc-'tie. It en- courvgfts me to'make; public my" own thonsnta oa'this case. I'have beofi listening (or a day and half to the preliminary hearing of case In Jt was and still Is my opiaion that were too many ttaubtt, first as to the proposed inur tnovf character ot Bass oft, and lec- onfl, tp his" gulltj ot (hi (bartfe of marder of the police officers It. Is nothing but rlsh' that thif at CHEW! should haNo'the benefit ollhe' doubt-i' n i YAK HAAnLFT Inspector Savs Need is Urgent Teacher is Also Required flrom Our Own CAKDSTON, Dec Smith, ten lor high school Inspector for the pro ifnce of Liberia, UsKed tho Cardslon h'gu school on Tuesday last Aflor spending the day m (he class rooms, he (.ailed a meeting of the school-board and tha BLhopl staff in the even Ing During a two houY session these officials went -very extensively Into the problems confronting board in finding adequate Bccommdda at Magrath; Was a First Settler J. L. Gibb, Patriarch of D. S. ISO Grand- children, 10 Great GrandchHdroV ISpf.lil to HAORATH. Dec. L. Glbb, 73 years of age, father of 18 chil- dren, gronofather ot 160, and great grandfather o( 10, most of v.hom era In Southern Alberta til necessary must been called for in Victoria to ho forthedmlng from tome source deal% with tbe unemplojment sllua hut a building snitable must erect tlon In according to.a-i cd i announcement of Attorney General Tie addition of "grade XII to our rloB following a conference present high school wilf nlso bo with Mayor B H Oale Both HOIJ, corned by the for it has long Mr Tairla sad Hon J H King felt that a communrtjt IB Hrge Ister ot puullo viorka spent as Cardston should not he forced to la the city, investigating tho nitua sond its students itray, to complete 'ton tho'r high school work MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE Under the auspices of Thos Cook Sons and American Express Co The S CT "CARONIA1' (20000 will sail from Now Vork Jan ISth, en a SEVEN WEEKS CRUISE; irfEOJTERRANEAN and EGYPT. SAILINGS To Dec, Uec. .i Dec. nuary From Nsw; York, KDW. York. Kow Now York Dec, .Jan> A. Victoria Cherbourg-Southampton .Liverpool Liverpool Naples Trieste Glasgow. Liverpool Full Information concerning the Cruisa and Sellings after December 30th can be secured from all agenU or tho Company's Office, 270 Main Streat Winnipeg HAVE.CrojCE.OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS pokane to Portland arid jGaiornia "THE ROAD" A wonderful trip along (he Snalts and Columbia through Iha heart of tha Cascada Mountains. "THE NORTH BANK makes direct con- nection at Spokane with the Canadian 'Pacific Spokane Internationa! 4na arrlyos at Portland in tho morning, (i "THE INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS" by day leo-rcs Spokane In the morning, arriving In Portland in tho early, evening, allowliig Canadian passengers an pver-ntghi slay In .Spiikano! Connections for California ore madfl (n tho Portland Union sta- tion. Trains leaving morning, afternoon .and night. Sleeping ciir' arrangerrtenU will -bo til ado. Details, i etc., supplied by rallvay ageiifa.Or tho .1.7 W. D, Traffic Manager, Portland, Oregon. W. G. Aa3t Gcn'l Pass. Agent, Wnah. SheCprocIaimi her 'glad'' through our Want Ad. Columns. Watch them 'daily for her to you, and use them to message to tha man who is seeking you. 8e a 4. Minimum 25c.' Must be Paid In'Advance PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES Wo make transformations, etc.. from your combings: Switches an oi. Sal way Hair Factory, Cardston, Alia. REPLIES! Replies have been received-for the g Box 13, 17, 19, 20, 28, 33, 37, 55, 64, 75, 73, 83, 87, 89, 94, 97, 108, 141. i :HB. -BASE Forcslghted men them- selves to or even near- ElgUted- Ihdlca'.'on ot Impaired eyesight they come to J. M. Htuderson an'd get their vision per- fected glasses. J.' M..HENDERSON Caro of Wright's" Jewelry Store. F.H.WILKINS BIOHT BPoTCUtJST Bt 8. Opposite tlie H.I Phot.. SP1RELLA CORSETIERE 'For'Appointmenti Phone 1M2 MRS MARTIN 132! 10th Ave, 8V Hi D. Staples is range for A Public-Library (From-Our-Own Correanondentl CUBSTON, B C, Dec Valle> Women's annul meeting was Trlday after roon, and adracted qhlle a larg turnout of members'to hear.tha an nuil reports and (o elect thi> offlcer for 1931. The Institute has had a ver active year of It, among their accom Pilshments being' the establishment o a.public library and the- securing o the services of a district health nurse In September .they also put Cresto: On the man a? nnnvanUnn MW.iuHrt the ladles staged the annual confer ence of the Koolenay-Boundary men's Inslllules. Mrs. G. Carlwright Is the new president, Mrs. ylce-presidont, an'd Mesdames' R.' !i. Staples, G loung and J E Hnyden, directors. At a, largely attended and thor'ough. ,ly reprosentiitive mooting on.Monday night the Crcslon Valley Provincial Liberal Assoclallont vas reorganized] This enu of tho riding was' a Liberal disappointment In tho provincial clec (Ion voting on December 1st, and this fact waa largdy responsible (or Iho .decision to get a new'lot of officers ;al tho head .of the orgarilzifloii. Prc- In .opening- proceedings, .'frankly1 '.admitted .thai; the .had'got out of hand, and that Jganliatlon R. S.laploa', bead 61 tho'.SIaples ftult tho obqlce tar prssldeat; VA. ,'IV Vbchln, :ls vics-prealdeni; C. K of tho Is decre- tory, anil 8.'.A.'Speera, treastircr. Evi cry. polling subdivision at. the nouth end of-the. riding has pno or more rep- resentallvcE on the executive, accord- ing to the names on.the voters' list. 1 The Arrow Creek Irrigation report .occtipkd most of tha timo at (ho SOB- slon of Iho Creston Hoard of Trnda at Iho.DRCfiTnber meedng on Tuesday iilght, nnd the board's Irrigation com- mlllco was authorized (o fully co-opor- ato with similar committees from Vah ley locals of tho United Farniera and this JoJnS comnjIKcp 19 busy 'gathering IhiJ RS to i erecting thS' Irrigation a water municipality for the purpose of project which Is-likely (6 cost If on with at the present prices of .material aad A Summtr Chautauajia .After (wo sucMs'aful attempts la book up a winter Chautauqua (or Cres- 'lon the citizens went the whole way Insl week when the necessary guaran- tors were secured for the full six-day summer, which will play part c( This is the first successful attempt i on the part of the citizens to bring entertainment' on this scale tnes town. The7 lao'ies' ba lar on Saturday Afternoon -WAS (he In thEjOr Sanitation's thCf net intare' being-In (he neiKUorhood o! ?250 Two weekly ago churoh ladies gathered in bazaar, hicb hadfa thibtooncluding feature New Public Library Creston's brand-new pabllc library as.opened for ttie'first time on Saturdav afternoon last, anp consfdering the short notice given ot the commencement of operations tflere tras.a big list of members on band to receive the volumes At present there are 300 hooka; on the .shelves, but there la still another 100.on the way .Present' vto change these 400 volumes at lead four times a year. A meeting is called for tonight to reorganize the local rod and gun cWb Considerable dissatisfaction exists at the present time the .fact that the deer shooting Mason, particularly, closes'invariably before the arrival of snow, In consequence ot "which'very of those who1 invest in'shooting license ever secure even a single sam- ple of venison. The season for ducks and geese is nlso considered too short. ,P, O. Inspector Smith of JLethbridge was here on an official visit the latter part'of-the during raised the offlco at Camp Lister toi Iha status of a money Issuing office His examinailon. nt affairs a1 the local offlco shows that stamp sales have Increased almost 6G per cent within tho past year. Dominion Fruit Ihspetcot: Fletcher of Nelson, who was here last week compiling crop returns, estimates that still boxes of apples In the growers' hands, or practically-. 60: per cent ot the winter varieties are yet This Is almost treole the (juantity that was winter, stored- in tho Valley a For having venls'fin in his possession In A logging camid II. Irwln was' Ifts't Week fined Tho defendant''had a-lawycr from Cranbrook he'fe to look SfteV his Inlcresis, and If la-likely tho cape will bo appealed. School closes for. the i'Chrialraas holidays tomorrow, and after, the new year least ODD new teacher, Miss .England ot Division Hl.-haylng resigned. Few If any now pupils can he received at the school at the .opening of Iho term as the seating capacity in all the -rooms Is taxed to Ihc Another room and tca'cher will have (o be provided Iho summer holidays. BANK MANAGER COMMITTED VANCOUVER, Dec. Stan- ley Bancroft, formerly assistant man. ager of the Oranvillc street branch ot tho Merchants of Canada; has bcisn' committed for' trial by Magis- trate Shaw In police court on charges oMheft of from the bank, making false entries and conspiracy, tlmo Phil Oeyerti, president of Goyertr Lumber company, ;iwas also led for trial on charges of conspiracy and making a falio itatefnoht with the' purpose of securing credit from tho bank. I'UELIC ACCOUNTANCY Tai Consultations REOBBN C. FARRIS Suite Telephone 1C16 -3rd Are unite otar.Dominion STAR AND WHITE STAR LINES FROM .NEW YORK: PateT- Ste'anier. Dec. 'Jan. Jan. Jan. 12 Gothland Jan. hurla Jan -Jan. To Liverpool Plymouth Italy .Plymouth. .Hamburg Liverpool .Plymouth; Sou.tha.mpto'ri .Plymouth (o Cherb6urg ind FROM PORTLAND Jan 22-Canada Liverpool FROM HALIFAX Jan Jan Liverpool at Hambi.rg Delightful Winter Cruises to West Indies, Panama Canal, South America January. February, March 1021 Largest Steamers to tho Tropics nnly anv n-iilway or S S Agent or Company's Office, 286 Main-' Street, Winn ipcg. Association of Army Veterans in Canarla Unit.- No. 84 Tctcroni desirous of Joining the aboyi association cni ob- tain' Intqrinntlon "and 'np'pllcailoa fortn'f from'lhii je'crotary' IT LEIQH, Box No. bridge.- 'It .ts always safe to send a Domin- ion Bxprcsa Money I'ivo dol- Sj'H co-sis t.urcc ccnljj C You get twelve months' guarantee and service on all new batteries AT THE Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 611 Ave. S. Phono 1483. Recharging and Repairing on All Makes of Batteries, Prest-Olite I Ai'l'I lANf FS RING WORK DIAMOND I JEWcllERI A SPECIALTY SETTER WATCH LETHBRIDGL OLD COLO SILVER BOUGHT WELDING W "N KDfH Corner lit and ICto Strwt, im m a Turn WtMtnn a Spxelalt ContrKtora Tor RlKlrfctJ. Work i PIANO TUN I NO a. H Player-Piano >nd Organ Repaire '.tt.jmrs' factory experience. Ho osrs Certificate Asstt.. Londo Chgland the leadfn luusiclshs 'of (bo city. Phone lOIr S( 8 Farmers Whtn, In r ted of any TRACTOR Repalra It will be to your We have an .up-to-flste 'yhop anii employ 'only first clnit MscblnlsU. In Trader Cylinders regronna. flu'tl fitted with ovor-sizs plstooj rlrigi. N1VEN BROS. Ave. S. Phona 1732 Guniey-Oxford EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL VREEI DENTIST i, 0. J. COTJRTICB, Dentist, former- ly of LcthbrldEC, has at 679 StH Vancauver, B, C. Paoce 9300. Oppojlto Hud- Co. i TR. 3. nOHNINO, O8TKOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. 816-1S-20 Sherlock 10-12. 24 and W PK'VATE-MOSPITALS HE.VAN HAARI.BM FrtTatB Hoi- IK; 7ti Ave S. 746. Accommodation' for io> (leal, maternity Uenta. nl rooms.'' MJ.OO HI week. Write tot mformitloa to liii M Van liurtom, tendent MJIIO MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Puprit for the tat Rorml Academy anil Royal College Music London. EnglMiS. 100 cent Irxl year gnccetjfnt MRS. W. H ot Piano and Thenry. Pupil- prepared, for the Toronto Pj Uuilo eiami If detlred Aanotl recital 8 12JS tth Avi, A, South CLEANERS AND PRESRER8 'HE m F err an In tfie city We gesulna Frrorh tritcnv which oar- nd Ft pert sn rot IK tn Sth RontS. I. COPEIAVD K. R Pyramid DBContlng Co Inter n o ner lor decorating and psperhangltiE clally Satltfled cnitomen our aim. IMS. St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON. DBOOBATOR.' Zitabllined fa lor ina Interlcr IM ilih bt South, itti RM.I pftons Melat M8. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Daaeret .Newt .Agent WINTER RADIATORS not have- your Autoaio- bllo radiator ne-cdred, before the frost comes, with (ho beat Honoy-corab Corn obtainable. Drop-In and let us you about it, or' ask .someone who has ona.' Thoy STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man Ave. S. Behind Sliver Grill, A Y TIMOTHV ALFALFA .BLUE JOINT- Baled with three' wires. Stands HOME GROWN POTATOES The Better Kind. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and t and Lethbrldm ;