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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, TIM LETHBRHX'.E DAILY HERALD PAGE NINB Christmas lo, of Canada Out Overseas wist) tjem all prosf erity in Canada to U CLOSING OF. FORT KIPP SCHOOL (From a Correspondent) The annual closing of Fort Kipp school took place on Friday evening, Dec. 16th. There was quite a large number of parents and families pres- ent and all were highly pleased with the work done by the teacher, Miss McCanna.1 during the term. A lengthy and enjoyable program was rendered and much credit Is due to the children for the excellent man- ner in which each did their part, and .Iso to Miss McCannal for the splen- did training shown throughout the en- tiro program. Mr. M. C. McKenzic occupied the chair. At the close of the program Santa. Cluus arrived much to the de- light of the children and presented each child with a nice gift and bag of candy. After the entertainment a dance was held. During intermission ladles served cake and coffee, and the dance was resumed until tho "Wee Sma Hours" when all left for their respective homes feeling they had spent a sociable and enjoyable evening, TRAVERS NEWS (From Our Own Coj-reaiiontJent) Trnvers, Dec. and Mrs. Martin Foggarty are in Cajgary this week doing their Xmas shopping. Lee Jones has sold his livery busi- ness in Travers. Mr. Taylor has dis- posed of his hardware to a man from Glelchen. Mr. and Mrs. Vanholm and children also Miss Annie Brickijon went to Medicine Hat for the hqlidays. Dan -McPherson has returned from .Calgary where he went for treatment. He is much improved in health. Jay Rickeft has of his stock followed-: Mrs. to the States for a winter's visit. The pqst.office has uceirtransferred to Mi's.! E. B. Holbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Galllford are leaving next week for Carmangay to spend the holidays. 'Mr. Wright is going to Carmangay for Xmas and from therefto-WInniiieg to visit his parents. Quite a crowd attended the dance- and picture show at Enchant on Wed- nesday evening ana report a jolly time. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ilolden motored to Retlaw today for a visit With Ml1. Turleys for a few days Mr. Whitting is putting up a new barn building. The new cafe will soon be completed and room will be made in this for the 'phone system, Mrs. Earl Jones, Mrs. Guy Paulson and Mrs. Clark went to Medicine Hat yesterday for a day's understand a special train-is to r.un Thursday of each week. Miss Elva and Verna -Greenman were visitors a part j pf last week. MONTANA (SJTS NEW STOCK Helena, the last two years cattle and horses haye into Montana, ac- qQrtliqir to the annual report of State W J Butler Tnis -'--i qaine ch'pfly from the mid larlv from Minnesota, nswyhich he requested the council to ,usp thejr influence in trying lo obtain a better train service. He thought jr the council would pass a antf then send it to the ottier tpvyns.: qji this line so that they qoujd pass a similar motion, that all (bega m.ptjpn.g collectively might have fjome walgljt. The council were all aware qf extremely poor tram sqploe in exis- tence.on the Crows' Neijt Ifne-at the present time, but they thought It atf visable to await further inforina.tipiu so the matter was left over to anqther meeting, .however, the Railway pom- mission or the likely.to a number petitions to con- sider in the near future Mrs. A. Neol Cox, has left for Eng- land, to' join her husband, who has gone over with a draft for the C.A.S.C. pied from gunshot wounds received Corporal Erie's. H. Sinith, 3Sth battalion, in his 21st year, Be ceased was the son of the late Ganon Haveiock Smith; former rector of Pinchfcr Creelr. Mr. W. .F. Hargrove, at Twin Butte has. tendered his resigna tion to the school board, to take effect at the end the year. He will'Jake up school work at Gowjey, H C Sweet, who lias been teaching in Cowley has been engaged tfi teacli the Twin Butte school and wjll com- mence his duties after the New Year TABER (From The Times) J Johnston, who farms, Sputh east of Taber, has what looks like crop ot potatoes He olanted half an acre from which he dug 300 bushes ot fine potatoes some of (hem weigh ing as high as 3 Ibs Tho varjfcty planted Beauty Herbert, a long red potato. At tile bride s home Southeast Taber on Thursday noon, pec. -14th, In the presence of a large cncle of friends, Floyd S Martin and Miss Edith May Johnson were united marriage b> the Thoa Phijps Tho couple motoretf Taber after the marriage and went East the efternoon train. Mr. and Mrs. A. G Loqmis, have returned to Taber and wjll reajile here permanently Mr Loomis has ac cented a nositlon with the Tabfer Furniture Co., and will be. in, otj their undei taking Messrs Byard Smith, of Taber, and Harold Wood, of frrptjier of A. L Wood, are the prpud ofj a fine deer apiece gay hunters 'hied themselves up tq the north fork of the Old man rfver near Lundbrick with tns of ing hack some deer Their oxpectjt tlmi was realised in tho mpat pleasant manner and they arrived in Taber this morning with two gplejjdjd mens of ihis eagerly sought auimat One of tnc heads is a bpa'vtJfql one with a fine pair of horns and when mounted will he o qf a satisfactory hunting trlfii London, Dec, to the Chicago public eating houseH .of London have become'aconca of unusual mirth as a result of the orders restricting meals in restau- rants and hotels to two course lun- jheons -and three course dinners, which went into effect on Monday. Restrictions did not prevent gour- mands from.obfeining two courses in one place, and going next door and obtaining another two. At such ho- tels aa the Savoy and such restau- rants as the Trocadero. it was believ- ed that the new regulations caused the curtailment of many appetites by 25 per cent. As- en offset in some other places larger portions were served than usual. Waiters had all been schooled in advance regarding what constituted a full course. Once in a while a wait- er's decision was challenged, but ho was the final arbiter, and then the disgruntled diner would ask if the orchestra renditions were also being charged as full course. II FIFTEEN (From Our Own Correspondent) Two-Fifteen, Dec. com- ijiunlty is still up to the mark. There was some disappointment with the attendance at the patriotic meeting held here when Mr. Buchan- an, Mr. Tweedie and Mr. Leffingwell were with us to help the good cause along. However, we succeeded in get- a convniittee organized and the work has been pretty thoroughly done. This little townhip 6 miles square, has raised a total of for the patriotic fund, nor is this all of the stonp- On Saturday afternoon Dec, 16th, the Ladies' Aid Society oi Bethel church held a bazaar, serving dinner, and raked in the cash for the Belgian Relief Fund. The good peo- ple were asked to contribute what they pleased. After the dinner came an auction sale of a host of articles, all made by the ladies, ranging from fine bedquilt down to home-made candles.- total proceeds all of was turned to the Belgian He ifef'Fund. A very pleasing feature w-as a lady auctioneer. Mrs. Jessie who conducted the sale. The of the small Attendance at the patriotic meeting was not a lack ot patriotism, but the, fact that there TVe're''a number of machines thresh- ing in the neighborhood and every- qn'e was busy. lt, There is quite a movement.in land at the present time, several traces having been transferred. Ed. Hotze has bought a half section from Freil Michealu8, sr. Tom 'Otto has bought a half section from Bartley Cornwall llrl Cornwall buys the Wm. Kinder farm, which includes the Dominion Efjjperlmental station. There are to be new barns new houses, and rumors of homes COWLEY {From the Blairmore Enterprise) .Mr. and Mrs. Powlett have moved pnto the J G Swinney ranch MVs. Dodson ana sons have re- to Cowley tospend the winter, G; W.. Buchanan and family hare mpyed to Calgary to reside for the Winter -Sfrs. John Kemmis and her two! davi'ghters are visiting in Spokane' at present. Miss A. M. Johnson has gone to England. She. intends to have a try at munition making. iTrs Howie is much Improved in health Mr. Howie has gone to New Jersey to attend the annual meeting of "the employees of the Osborne com- pany. 4 C Jamieson, late of the Union Cowley, left on night tp visit friends at Melita, Manitoba, before joining his" battalion, the 181st. Tliomas Jredale and family have recently moved to their Lethbridge. They went overland driving over one hundred head of mixed stock Mr. Peel has been advised by cable tfrati his son's, injured knee has been operated upou successtulb He has anxiously awaiting news for some time. Jvijss Emih Johnson and Harold Hanson to Calgarv, where they' were united in marriage. After spending a few days In that city, the yjy wedded counle returned home B, Hanson left the'latter part of thjs week to paj a visit to her kins people at Tremont, Nebraska All- who know Ernest PaTker will .earn with regret tlte sad of Sudden death. He was killed on Sfttvjrday morning in a collision near Ernest was raised in vicinity, all but a few years of fjjs 'early life, which were .at .Macleod He took up his wqrk as maij clerk on this division a few jears agp, atMvhich he was verj successful Although he was very young, he had wife and shouldered the our- m of responsibilities big- sartedness had won for him many ien.fis He leaves a "wife, three sisters and: two brothers FREE CLINICS ON SPEECH New national round for the improvement of speech, foraged during the convention of the National Education association here last July, announced that free clinics to afd persons who wish to improve foreign accents, are to be established la Boa tun, Chicago, San Francisco nd other cltie-5 It is estimated that n York city alone there are pertoris who have speech defects iNaval Secretary Daniols has recom- mended an Increase of five dollars per jnonth for the sailors in the TJ S naw This means an increase to the payroll o7 throe million dollar! Flavor Shortens the It's something for oijr boys to march pn. It reminds thejn of home in a pleasant and lasting way. Tens of thousands are enjoying in camp or in the the hike or on watch. When lights are out and even smoking is prohibited, then WRIGLEV'S gives sure solace sustaining, beneficial. Sen4 a few packages or a box to your soldier appe- tite, digestion and spirits will be the better for it. Sold everywhere. WM. WRIGLEY. JR. CO., Ltd. Wrigley Bidg., Toronto. Cbw it After Every Meal MAOf IN CANADA Right Flavor Lastsl C4S Make Your r Christmas Dollars Do Their Duty We handsome and ill the way; from a 25c pocket kltlfe to cabinet or Community slver at our ttosk, com- pare 'our prices, then use your own judgment at to you tpend your njoijey. Is f fair proposition. See Our Dipplay Consumers Hard ware ;