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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1920 f PAILy PAGE THWRB, OUT QF WORK Mrs. F. J. Bradshaw is (he Presi- of Mrs. Fowler j Up a Success (t'rora Our- Own Corrsspandenl) >l.ta., Doccaber IS last 'Friday end Saturday- will bo days long two of the moat jiroii'.ablo. The Mayor and Qofcfcil calUfd'upou tho clllzeus to come'out with teams and shovel and do doiiatidn' work on the loads, Fri- day'moihing found a large, crowd veody (o but-Saturday t'uc cli: max was, reached--when. 73: teanis and 150 men sere on band for woA A number ot Meniioiiltes from the Col ouy'south of here were on hand and worked all day, Tho -Women's Institute serred diu- ner both dajs to tho Corkers Two Jong tables upstairs in (he Town'Hnll Leld til sorts of too I things to eat The .food was donated by the Tho first'day 13 'men were Karrcn Successful COWLEYVVILLAGE> 0 COUNCIL' ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION Our' Own'CprVesppndentV COWLEi', Dec. Is Xiu'aV the' stores from Taber and three f A fceldili'- vith in- five exhibitors as-against U loiyag forward to the cotulns This year we re-five or-six en- Sauta Ws on Wednes- tries in classi as two or -daj. i Christmas party is thrja last Most of the exhlbt- LeW ,n hall from tors were town people, four entries w t'm teu The ble lree ha8 arrlv. ,rom; .Loth. am, a pre6ents.ar6 1_ J'1 i "TUu nne weather conucues ana vi Oivrl rr iVie wir'r r snow, although each succes- .nililr tlav the sky-'looks ominous at PAY VISIT times. ________ I On Sunday- last there occurred tho death of Russell' Slater The little fellow hrfd been ailing for iears and his death IE a release from falckneas jud pain The funeral was lield from tha Interment in tie Coviles cemeteo 'e Mr. and Mrs...Chandler uio-ed lutoiUie freadwav house (From Our Of.1) WHFNTHAM Dec M I, and Mra. It Haffcrcll usitors In the c'ty from Weduesdav 1 II Frida} in the interest of the kid dies Xnns tree on iTondav cioulng, l V >Ir aid A J Cetersoq leu on Tuesd iv s tralu Pendant d Orejlle iShero the spend the holidays a Januar) hei parents f Tailor srcnt tbe weekend Mr. Hamper of the -traffic depart- Tho Baseball Club posters out )r t _ ._ 7th ef.w aened and Saturday 13S men hrd dinner Vrlda> evening tho Ivdles worked so wiillngli the ruests of Major Iline and Ira L Hct-hcr at a theatre party They "aere presented wl'h a f he-pound bos of chocolates by ter.-T. J. Davles. Everyone did their share towards inaklng. this day a success ind bettei roadn for Funeral cf Mrs. Fowler. were held on Thursday afternoon over the1 remains of Mrs.-Kowler, wife of Sylvan Fowler, both. %ell known in Ma came as MnCFov.-ler had; not been -ill Ions utid her friends here rcere nuch sorrow cd to hear of her dssili. SSe leaves tho Their last dance held a ieksfago was a. success socially, .hut not fiuauclallyV however'" as' the future'dance holds several attractive features, such apprizes for costumes, Iti'ai naltz couple and luci> ticket The boys aro expecting a record.at- this dfli.ce has tendance 7> tblricaiitrc f Thero vere no cnio elections held ith four trlbs'sry offices a last lleel1 H c 'Morrison B Mrs Geo Duon of Lelhbndge, Tunliaii and Win Tustlan we.e return Mr Geo Dlion ol Lclhbridge wjth nl n-- the hnatlng plant la the t ne v -AlbeVta- governinelit1' telephones, pild TLSsda) 16 Wren uctlni, tho local staff in duticb. as James tiiluiau is holding a turkev at his this mek and all Echofield, our local inspector crack shots ot surrounding of schools was in the district o- busi tountrj expect to bo there ness llo did not stop to Mslt tho XmaB nt" seem lo Bt.nool0 plentiful this season Thero are very i V Christmis entertainment will be fow lurkejs compared former helu in Owen s school on Tuesday CTO iilng ind one in Patience school on Mess-s L'uleton Shepherd and Ir Mondij opening Santa Claus has Gap hunting last liroml'Bd lo bu present on both oc wecl uut unsuccessful in bring ......jtasiojs inS dottn any game mourn her a husband, four small child-1 T i ______.__________ ren .rarents brothers uiid shters aud AI1eus eaiiea. "Or ire a number of friends Mrs Fowler as rlhe of England Dec a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jus Vth M" 1S gola5 to ton and lived in Magrath tho greater hoiidavs at old homo uear part of her life. Death took phce T0 .ot iivtui coarso eilendcd'lo Jlr. Angus as no be obliged to Bach It is I She prociaimt tidingt through our Ad. Watch them daily for' .her to you, nod uic them to con- vey your tneuage to the man who it Oiganize U F W A Thursday, .maEG meeting nas held in tho L I) fa meeting ho'tso for the piirfKiso ut organizing A W.' A. is holidaying Santa Claus hns been seen on eral occasions around thl" vicinity 1'hane 3ey. 9JOO. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. SEES "iVITjl J3ASE Foreslghted men neve.r allow ihsra- selves even near- sighted. At'the-first jndica'.'-jh ut irapalred eyesight they, coiho to'J. M. Henderson and get llielr .vUion per- fected wlih proiier "glasses: J. M. HENDERSON 'Caro Wright's Jewelry Store. REPLI1ES! Replies have bien received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 20, 28, 33, 37, 5S.-64, 94, 97, 108, 113ri32, 141. 75, 83, 87, 89, JJtluiua U1VU lilCb UU in Lethbndgo has Thursdas at Mrs Murra> pacVed a little box lo be sent to the Homo for boldiers Orphans In Calgarj jVle n Christmas greeting Other similar work is bcmi; planned and a box a I to be" seiit oa'-Tuesday to help-out a I [Institute fimilr Tbis is being super 1 vised "b> Mrs Morrison nnd Mr Mtir ra> and packed at the latter s home Any old clothes still wearablo and fclejn be very acceptable dill A. splendid tommuntty Cbnslmaa cause of tho unfavorable situation in t_r03 C0ncert is being planned tof internatloual 6xchSngc the the (Thursday) There aro songs Produce and Storage company vhich alld [lrjlls b} the klddies and a play had planned the erection of a half mil ibc grovm uns and candy stock Jion dolHr addition to their plint ,ngs ,or aU Ue children r i I OWNERS fcp' BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS EXCHANGE RATE HOLDS UP_S500.000 PROJECT Troop of Scouts All Students Of StW for Blind PENSIONS DEMON- STRATION BEFORE ITALIAN HOUSE KDMB, D oc. carabin- fers and troops were called out late night repress a demon fitrallon chamber of depn ties made persons favoring a bill granting an appropriation of more A iris neia lor MISS urcn JIAL-IFAX, N S) Deo Scouts than three hundred nil'lion lire jear- on evening at the hojie ot'ot the Fifth Halifas Boy ScoA troop Bcnslona To Arsons'nermanently 13ert. Rowley, Kitchener, wh'fi plead The office Mrs P J Br-dinar Geo Hailes Qci trris Kellor dire-tOi5 Mrs Mrs Perrio Mr, A J C irii Wood tbe Institute on Saturday Mhen Merril ;ind Mrs. Vvoodbury .fead cd guilty to iMiictlne i Christmas story'and Mrs Murray a girl v-as sentenced, to no jcirs arllcle by Van Dyke Kingston GIN 10 PUBLIC Special Represenlalive Tells 1 it is a demo isinted fac1 in t Why It Har Become Most cnl l- FOREMOST ITEMS Our Own Correspondent) FORFMOST Deo 18 -The West the woods wl'h their kit bags full ot grub and their molilhs full of song and feel happier J OC all the in: the 'work f or Ufo" blind of the Maritime Provide1 es and Newfoundland "introduced at bir Frederick Frasers famous school, tlaluat nono has proved more im mbdiatt'ly-.aiid .satisfactorily. succesH- Talked of MediJne in the World Today. NO GREAT MYSTERY ABOUT IT, HE SAYS Merit Alone Has Confirmed It in the Minds of the Peo- ple the American Continent. ill ng point n cst of ths Ills I I il. bridge ifjl ct the huiM1 bod) and raany of] the so called diseases aro not diseases it all but reflex symptoms of thoi stonnch ilcrangomimts of Iho u "itr encil'eo'nrtltlbn of that nat urallyfollo'wa. Somo'kinds ot'rlieu- matisni gastrllls palpitation nervous ness kidney disorders and Iner com among'the nioro common uoeiopcd throligh tho field Tunis gavo concert last ful Ihfl Tlfth night, consisting of a musical pro- Halifax troop. It was discovered on Its gram and in aduross by rar james 6 labll iimcnt In October of last jeal Shearer Mentor of tho XL Square that [here nould not be the slightest Mr. Lewis who has been visiting difficulty in following 'out the scout Mr. Baker of the Wildhorse' program practically in its entirety, district for some timo is returning and tbu took to scout craft like 'to Calgary. to water. Some '6f work, Mr. C. Boldrick of Birdsholm, such -as lealher-work- expects to leave for a visit in On'-: study of music and so.on cor- lario today. respond to subjects 'listed on tho Mrs. Taylor nnu Iwo boys of Birds- school curriculnin, and simultaneously holm nre -iuavlng today for a visit with the passage of aecoiid class tests over the holidays to Taber and prbflciency. in 'work along jthesg linos appeiiCd on tho anna of Word has romo of the death members of tho troop In Washington of Mrs Blacks Tho Scout dnIV was Jaynch's' Cliilders Mr. JI the in Tanhc was nlai'o oKpecnllj to overcome- these slomach complaints ind the various so-colled diseases and llohberg tpcehl itpresorila that follow them but the Albort-v for T-inHc, the mcdl nstonlshlng reconstruct o powers ro cine lint has created Eiich a sonu. Scaled bv It havo not onlj astonlshinl tion nil ove-- the united general public baf haio sorts- Briquette Plant Ready End Feb. "Sosk Dec 20 llg t I Fifth In spare hours tho "bfackeU clack" of bizzers sending "Morse" Is ot Mrs heard school halls. On their and Mrs hikes to the open the scouts learned how in light flrts with safcl) and cook dinners to satisfy their husky appetites Scout Master Cheulev Allen is more than dollghted with the pro gross his boys aro making and .hdforo .lVli. the winter Is over, ho says, there will A IINinTIC U7A V .hd 'some first class u irtiOQ. to celebr.ilo-tho .Christinas holidays will ha to go over nil your broken arid "VICTORIAN" .DOCKS detective castings.and machinery and ST.'-JOHK, N.- Dec. 20.-4-The place thein in our hands for wehli O.P.O.S, liner Victorian arrived horai W'o innk'd good o'li'Sv' yealordiv morning v.ith 413 sec6nd I part of them. Our -.voiding work stands alone.in Its clnas. LAWFORD WELDING CO, Opposite' Lethbrldge Hotel. F. H. W1LKINS filfJHT SPECIALIST 527 6th St S. tha Phone Fei SPIRELLA CORSETIER6 For Appolntmehta Phone 1W2 MRS. MARTIN 1321 19th Av.e S, Cor. 14U) St J7U-S6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations HEUBKN 0.-'.KARRIS Telephone 1C1C 3rd Ate DR. 3. f. nOltNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. tl618-20 SherlocS: Hours 10-12. 2-4. ail W. appointment. Uil, PK'VATE'HOSPITALS THE VAN HAAIil.EM Private pltal, mi 7th 3-. Vaoae'746. for ior- ticil. medical, and oatfrnlty pa- tients. Private cl rocme.- Rates (30.00, S.13.M and'fSS a wwt Wrlie tci tnfonnatloD His M. E. Via Uurlem. laperll- MJSICV MISS AILEEN M. Playing arid Theory. -Pupils enter ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy. and Royal College COPpLAVS) E n KPNT I no Pyramid Co Inter lor decorating anft paperbanging a EDS. clalty cnslonier-i our alia. Phone 61B T2th SL Boath. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Ettabllahed Thirty-fire years' eipei-fcnce fn lor tad Intaricr Decoratlot. tfi7 Iim 6L South Eftlmatss Ret. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON, I. M COOMBS Dtitr-t fowl WINTER RADIATORS not'havo your Automo- bile n.irilator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Cora obtainable. Drop In and let us tell you about It, or ask someone who lias one. They STAND UP, ANDY .The -Radiator Man