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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 18, 1920 LETHBRIDGE DAIL-" PAGE MXP' tt Can You Remember' K'.'' considerable conjecture as Jut what p'root Is required to show you are U ypid and so quali- fy to fit la on the big'dance. One Old flmer that tkat ipjrever time. Some amlcht hely by Bending their tefth in fcy will be-returned aa aa' poaalble. have to be one who waa a relWent of the N. W. T. In 1900. through tne kindnesx MJ. E. HafceJl. the: veteran new i- paper man. .was given tbe opportun- ity-of 'dialog through the uiu ales of 'the a tow Itema that I latereal from' iuues cf.ttetaat elx montha ot UOO. Tbe out are the'date of itsue D! tho-pa per and were found of Injereat tit this time-- It you cfiDQot remember some of thceo items you had belter bruth up y-Juj, auclntt his lory Aujiat .Mr. loft on Monday Jo-- 1 S B' C Pardf c teller of the pank of jell yeslerda) on his an noal iscatkm r i H. Hutchinson Is building a dwell Ing house on the western end of R.d path St Tlie large addition to HOl'u store hw been brlcn during the.past weelt rH. P. Archibald, of the electric plant; appointed demonstrator at McGlll University. We understand that Mr. M. rreeau wUl ahderiaie his duties at'the electric light plant here. 19, Track on the MW St.' Harr'c rail- road Is BOW laid Into .the Tillatt ot Mag rath. Miss MOBS Carcnah-was thrown from h'er while rWinf and suf- fered a dislocated knee at Lethbrldge by J. is- by F. H. ud B Bowman, secretwy treaiaVtr j Report of a game 'Lethbrldge and squadron IR. If. M P. from Macleod The. (liethbrldgo players: Fruer, Burnett. Potts, NUen, Foote, Howard, Apjile- ford, alcOtrUey. Chilck for Macleod., The More Leth- Dr.! Oalbralth dur- lajs past weet Us territorial eiamlnatlou. A. H. Bullock 1> opening a bsrber shop next the Union bank. October 25. 1MM. Big'Political Mr n a the CJonawratlre for H. B Bennett W laur- will aUdreea the people rt jie In the chair A. L. Sifton KU Ue Lethb ridge on Wednesday, October 24th, in Oliver hall. Tap. following officers of the Center- were appointed: Chairman, W. Laurie, aecreUry, fl II Johnson, ex ecutlre, R Ripley, A Hamilton, Pirie, 1. McNulty, T. D. Kevin, T. Nlven, Conn. B A arrircd here >es terdaj (ram Montreal to lake the pos itlon oi storekeeper for the A. R haf vHenderaon taken to jitt flovfn a, vaU: aroond their block -TTBe Coal c j- L G DeVeber J Atkin eon and J Brodie left Tceatey to at- tend the Liberal conrentlcn at Cal- sary il I e, oppoclas speaker. (this was the btggeet thiiij In n political meeting the aad-over teen.) R. H. SUttord and J. left tor tie Yukon la'tho were being .welcomed home ajtiin.' Choice AVJuter per barrel Mr aad Mrs Angust K'eMlc iamlly hare returned (o from Fort Steele; B. C., and will reside Jiero In future. J W Costello, inspector of aad measures Is visiting the town tais week A sidewalk has been Irallt front the ciourtnonse to. P. L. resi- dence. November 1, 1900 Mr. C. B. Bowman was busy yesterday b> taxpayers to tlio 10 per cent discount on muni The amount paid'.in this m r T 1 Klrkhim is Improrlng his, Tear up to Oct 31st Is (8 743 So, the A bV UlltHntr in a IirJnV I __iV ,_ Good for Children K Tiwaant hr for 11 Bnt i-Ki.notJctMCTCTtthrc.1 Itiaumpb jrou Jut htht little lanp nemr tbe nvm male. the the >ear (Oh yon per home bv putting In brict foundation' inrzaut amount vnt a furnace He intends dalo !a Ty prevfoUsP making diher oppor unities occur. -i Mr. 'W; C. Simmon i has decided to locate, h IB law office at Cardato-n In preference to- Red Deer. The M lasts moved into their brick store on Monday J S T Alexander, lawyer, ot Pemle, B C formerlv connected Mr Conj behare, IB renewing acqualntnnc os In town this week He a day e shooting at the Ig-mlle Lake to that Sir R. Cameron, owner of the Cari' eron field died on tho 19tb. bis 76lh year. C J 0 Coulter November 1, 1900 Sauodera.tptertained at a Lit- erary Tea, on Wednesday afternoon. Miss lanthe. Hardtel and :Edltii Hen- son assisted In their Usual pleasant manner. Mre Bantley iron first prize August 30, 1900. minister will co: rices on Sunday In Olivers December 20, 1900 .lull .The reporter goes his rounds among the; calling on: The A. MacDonald Co. where Mr Lang shov- ed him proucd, C W Gray, (men Present, MacDetb, Barford, Klrkham aoa r.laley, oue Ue'a ot biulness was BIpley-Klrkham that the Jollowing ac- counts "btj paid by the Sect.-Treas Krn'eat C. Hy- J13.50 0. W. Kobinsoh Co, Lethbridge %1M, V. Vibert salary for ISM treas) Carrie! Mr. A. Southard our enterprising aerchant tailor has InctaUed a triplate (Lajs iwluglng mirror. 3t, 1900 Officers elected at annual meeting of (he Agricultural Society Presi- W. F. Colp- luaa. 2nd'Vice-pros, W. Scott; andi- Vibert and Barford; directors. W DeYeitr. L. f. Tatr. B. T. Baundefi, R. Coultry, T. F. Kirk- ham, J. E. N. Hlginbulhara, C.' F. P. Conybeare. K. Haseil, S. Reed, J, DuC, D. Whit- ney, Rev W R Beaie, (Did not leave many to pay admissions, ivhatt) December 6, 1900 J McCals delivered a very at-le dis- course on gb'e'ep raising at the laat jneetiag of the Agricultural Society. IteD of tho council meeting Dec 3, I'OO, Hendersou and Downer be paid JIM 00 for the sidewalk in front of the Coaldale block provided they put It In good condition In- tho sprite of 1901 Old Timers Intend giving a ball On'January 10th, 1901. Jas Greenwood, of -Edmonton is now employed !n Mr Conybeare's of- fice. Forrester and McCullough have jusi opened and produce bust- A certain Mr. Bints of Singer Sew- ing' beat it some and .cannot lie found. ii----- December 13, 1900- .Speakers...at... the lowu meeting 'dlsciiss municipal and school affaire: Dr Mewburn, retiring mayor in the chair, were Thos Farrar, Oliver, Jno Mr Nlmmons (still going J. H.1 Fleetwood, M. Barford, that Mr'Gray Town 1J Reed, W D U Hardie, A. J, Lini only 7 montha ago, Mr A, w D Hardies remarks were in HowarJ (tnnr. r.n retard 16 school matters. He said Howard. Case i Co, Sherlock niatters. He said inau t Co, J D Hlgmbotbam" his Pl't'orm was fiat a sufficiency of Co, G W Robinson S. Co, te employed! That the _____ ___ Another baseball gime between Vac I F W Buwner shonM made warm, even leod and Lethbrldge Ab Co, Ai Scott, A Southard A- caught tor Lethbrldge. Chuck Wray I Wright, The Hudson''! canght for Macleod ___ 14 to Master Henderlck'waa In left field R A Wnght has installed a hand some new J J Tavliir safe It weighed close to 3 tons and cost over J30000 Mr Conybeare Is opening aa office at Cardston wito W Laurie in charge September 20, 1MO Lord and Lady Mlnto visited Leth bridge on September 13th, 1901) and were tha guests of E T Gait. The> vrere.taken to Stirling to in tpect the Canada N W Irrigation can The Hisses McLeay, 'A Ott, u G Seanun, Brodte t Stafford W T Benson C Begin S W. Kean, were among thoie ho visited. H November 8, 1900 Bentley was down from Fernie Saturday. Miss M Huggins is the guest of Mrs until when ahe for Toronto" to permanent ly mlde. November 29, 1900 e, sioo ffne iddrejMB ot welcome was Veaflboird was held on Monday the 26th r f sdiool SPEND rwis witrreR IN BRITISH COLUMBIA WASU3NGFOW OREGON Vacations Millions pf Many of Active Life Ttke a lesson from Nature. She rests during In the spring she blossonu forth with a new lease of life. A Winter Vacation in the Pacific Northwest British Columbia, Washington, will you t world of send you home renewed ia a for nert -A bradng seas and green and Healthful air from mountain, and Sffit mountains (n f over wonderful sccnfe Ifolfing and other outdoor recrta- f anicultaral or- farminf oa small vegetable and canneries. Reasonable a- aPJftmtnM and boarding homes, 'WHte QatkWrt, IxKntln Ury, VorthWMt Tcmrtrt maliUiatd by OoMrs. nn, Zr. o. talta M nuMu TO'TESTVWY Engineers and Fire- Strongly Object to Its Operation in Coal Mines llou he sliall affiliate it'-was also .usseinblv ut resolved thai legal iiroi-eodlnga be at' onco instituted to tesl ths validity of (Contributed) The first annual convention of the Caneillan: Urotherhood of Stationary Engineers oud Klre-ueu was held ill too -juii. garjy on December 4th: Delegated f rum Edmonton, Calgarr. Hat, Crow's 'Nest Paw, Druai'oller and Wayne and oth- er points .were present Great satisfaction expressed by all present when the organizer of the prorlnce presented h's statement ofj jnemberahlp and locals opened In the prmince to the past ear; that wo are close to 100% or- province. Our organiz- er nrlll in tho near future other the view of orginlziug euglneei-B there with the Cacailian Lrotherhood, pu? object being for a- Dominion Brotherhood of Engtaeors. The members of tho brotherhood re- alize tho great advantage of organiza- tion which has procured for them" bet- ter pav better -working conditions and the recosnlt'on of engineers and firemen as of exceptional experience and Tlip abihtj of an engineer must be bj our excellout cxamliiatlon of the Allicrja Boiler de- liefo'ro auy engineer can operate jn tho and a certifi- cate ,of examination must be shown by all engineers. subjecls brought for- ward hy the delegates lor discussion relating to engineers and their co- workers and it nas decided to lend aoehijance to the boiler Inspec- tors Mo .enforce the Alberta Boiler Act auil to be sure that every engineer operating in the province is a duly qnalificd'engineer holding ail Alberta license The the coal commissioners ruling on this agreement. It was deckled to hold the 1921 con- vention hi Calgary mala, the Buprenio Grand'Couut-ll ehoulii bajo- cated ill Edmonton, Brother Charlie Bailor was anpolutsd president and Brother James Adalr, secretary of .tho Smireme Council'for M21: A hearty vote ofithanta was tender- ed tu the President and al- so the visiting delegates and our or- for services rendered to the Brotherhood. Ainrnii HLDLrtlHHfTLflld if It coal f 00 and equality Of (caching, the dull as well as the bright pupil should receive consideration. On Friday last 'he thennomste- re glstered EX "degress in the shade. The river is free from ice and bricklay era are actively. plying their vocation. A. Galllher, formerly of Cony beare Galllher, has been elected district, B.C., by a majority of 300 December ZO, 1900 Council meeting-to wind up for the >ear Major Mewburn coiinclllora, Stoval, W loblnson. They were discuss- tho prosperity that irrigation wonld bring? the rlltch bavin; bean brought into'the town that year Thursday, May 2, 1901 Standing ot pupils for the month' ot April In our schools Standard, Henion. Stand ardj Ripley Standard OHagan, I, fleet- N Kenniburgh IE tney, B. Hiscoi, (B. absent, "iStandard Jr'raser, H. Frascr, B.-Nimmons, B. Stafford, Link, H Jlewburn, B Burnett, A. McNabb, (A.. at'seht IV Oltag no, A Nlven, L Pans, R. Jones, M. ftaser, S Donttej, J MacBeth C Freeman (I Hardie) absent Standard Wall- Vr'brk, S. Klrkham, C. T. W. Fle'etwood; 0. Davis, R. Harce, B. Warren. ,0'Hag- an, B. Cole, Ktta Henderson, A. Niven, Dot.'Hysaop, Nel. Hardie, Edna Hend- erson, Gerl Stafford W J "MacBeth, leaser, 0. Fre'emaii. F. StacBeth, J. Ross, P. McCullough, T. MpK'abb, Cas. Wallace, etc., etc., etc. October 3, 1901 Sports Day 10 mile blcyclo liiploy, lat, Const. C. Boys' pony Davis, 1st; Toots Henderson, 2nd. .Ola man's H. Fleetwood. 1st, 9 Jones, 2nd. Egg and spoon E. Hum- phries. 1st; J. If. Meetwood, 2nd. gaildls and Hose, let; Angell Evans, 2nd; I'ete Ashcrott, 3rd Weasclfoot, 1st; Mrs1 Seutty Bull, i Tug of wai (eani, Drtigs, Snl sb.irv, Hutlon, McCulla. team. ScJJ.tt, Evanf Vanhorue Amcrott Committee 1st, Floetwootl, 2nd. Donald McKlilop vfho hod his hand iiijiirert at lioinl on-! Monday. I A meeting of cltisens called for T. HI protiably teix minato on Monday next. MemborePQf. the CaiHdun delegation report during their slay in Switzerland, >ihtr weather has been far froni ejijoyaljlei and that most til their, fiunioer ha'ye' suffered rather eaicrely froja colda1 A bill introduced at Washington would provide to home aud'office building for tie vlctf president. OTTAWA, Dec. (Cauadjan tbe supreme court of .Can- ada yesterday, the following Alberta judguirats wero rendered: 1 Edmonton, Duiivegfiii and British Columbia Railway vereiis Mul- cahy, appeal dlsuilssed with .'costs. Chief Justice dissenting, would allow appeal.: MallanO rersus Kindt. Appeal mted with costu., Duff J. dissenting. Northern Alberta Vc'rsus.public utili- ties; Appeal dismissed wi.Ui'co'stsC Antonio versus Union Bank.. Ap- peal dismissed wilh costs. Helchman versus National Trust. cqunter-claini.of the in tills appeal which was reserved when Judgment was delivered dismissing the appeal is referred to the lotnl reg- istrar for the limited purpose of fliid- Ing the value of ..'tiio'. seod 'lurhisheU by the appellant to his deceased son the spring of the year of his aar- riage, which when found, is'to lie de- ducted from the .trial judge's, judg- ment, respects 'is 'af- firmed. No costs' in this: court on tha cross-appeal. Wholesome -Coffee. CtSce us be i BnnjCoffx! u 100% vbob- some tod (VTirfrxiy. SEALBRAND COFFEE !i tF.e mMtpafect and sxxfyoif Coffw ottaLuble. rfexW and to4fted witK infituM slall, iu' rich" aroma aad clioics SAVWIT i into th In Scat fee At good groctn, >j, i and 2 IK tiiu. Petfeiiy Miie." CHASE MOSTREAt. nislit (a itlsciiss (he Srant-i ing of a har lo Ihs Clark h'juse. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR Ladles ns a rula pay a____ lion to thdr face, lint''neglect tho moit Imporlsnt thing of all, Tho Hair. S'fcQ looking hair, soft-ahd fluffy, with pionly of llfo, (one to, tha face, a soft mdllow appcn'ratnw, "nlayS "Vllalcno" French Hair" Tonic aseil onco it rTay, creates fluffy life. 1'rico in a Sold .by .Sydney Jackson, 1're- SjiccfeHsL Aerosa from Alona'J'Jra r BUSINESS ON MONDAY itb. lie coal operators caine in for severe critfc'srn and condemnation by the delegates' as interfering with the procoeUings of the League of Nations and the rtgnt of the individual i determination as to which brganlfa- Last'Times Toni0ht (Saturday) Larry Semon Suitor" Blue Pearl" "Pjrate told" Concert Orchestra Get Your, Shopping Done Show after 9.30 COLONIAL DOUGLAS MxLEAN Thejailbird TIP TOP ALL COMEDY SHOW SPECIAL HEADLINE ATTRACTION KAYNES and FREDERICK WlTlj DORIS MAY The rnost fojiular team that the known, in another zlppt romance thats all Joy. rts an oil well !i 'hick" -toVn editor's --woes, anil ft jailbirds flight Into lore., n a sensationally funny roller skating novelty act "The Funniest Act In Years" All drektejl In stnrrts of thrills aitd lauchtcr COBURN ad LILLIAN TODAY LAST TIME Chef Wilson Cave Penny fn Comedy Talk and Comedy Chalk EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY VIRGINIA HAMMOND n the picture Tilltd with laughs nnd thrills "MISS CRUSOE" A Djndy, Draniatlo StOi-y KATHERINE MacDONALD TASSIONS PLAYGROU Show.'. a! at and 3 Popular 50oi Winlits Children 25c ;