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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THK LCTiinrunr.r. DAILY IIKIULD THURSDAY, DKCSMBEn 21, 1910 CARMANGAY (From tho Sun.) At the election lielil In Div. fvo. (i of the Rural Municipality of Little. Bow on Monday reev was re-elected. The vote was as follows: White. 20: Couoland, 7. Mr Fred Lyckmar. had the mis- fortune to break his wrist on Tues- day while cranking a car Jlr. H. Cook loft town on Wed- nesday for Regina where will spend the Christmas holidays nt the home of his mother. From there he will go to Wallialla, North Dakota, to visit his sister for a month. On Tuesday evc-uing, Mr. Cook was "ban December after an attack or H was expected tllut hi) would sot better but his Heart was! not'strong cnuogh to stand Uie strain and ho iiassod nwuy. Tho deceased was fitty.elght years of ago and was' tern at Michigan, Together with hit father and mother and two brothers he came to Alberta thirteen years aso and scttlod on tho farm on which he lived at the time of his dcatli. He was married In Juno of "Christmas in Belgium" recent tT yea v of meeting of tho members of the this )iar lo -i ,vito Allerston baseball'loam they organ Win. White Ontario. Jesi his to mj A two bretSik fr of he farm here, and Frank In !camain. J. A. ;lus was elected sec queued" by a number of his friends out- LA presented with n travellers' sense of the tenn. It is our sad duty tills week to day who had gathered to pay their last respects to one who hail been n sooti neighbor and a true friend. The ser- vices were conducted by Bev. Father Smith, of High River. old sixty six years proceeds of which five to bo used fo procuring equipment. Watch the boys -burn ui> their tracks on tho diamond At their last meeting the board trustees of the Milk Kiver Valley Con- solidated School District No. 11 .car ried. on their usual roiitine of ness. j After a very t Msmssi0n the board at the in.Mi- Black Spans K fit. "Bob- has been a resident of I serious t on tho town since its earliest days anil driving borne on IK i i o merit of C'luention has been a good citizen in the true standing in trout of his 'eany "Mi n.rjic of Ule en. the harness when the} started tlH, sdlon, denly Him aking n.s It JS Our sau Cliuy uns ;v rcnort Uie death o{ Gcodsroau.hvacon passed over him l who passed away on Wednesday.' right leg m t.vo places. IBS HAVE YOU ONE 1 COME AND HEAR IT If you have one come and select some new records. We carry as complete a stock as can be secured. Leave us your name and.address and we will send you a list of the new records listed each month. COME AND SEE US. YOU.ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. "EVERYTHING .WUSICAL" 315 SIXTH STREET (NEAR LETHBRIDGE jnejit of tho -V.Hk Kivcr decided to purchase land Mi- joining the new school site tn make tho new school srounis -t acics ill extent. A. Blust having rcr, as teacher, necessitated the board a new leacher. OC the many rp- pifcations received Jlr. Watson. ho is at present teaching in the Hollow school, was given tirsc ii.acc iu the -estimation of the board. -Mr. Watson lias been doing very fine work in his last school and wa wish biro success while with us. Ha is a Lo'li bridge boy. AVe are very proud n[ our consol- idated school. It has bein a srcat in'g step forward for the children of tins community. Tho pupils being con- veyed in cozy school vans means bet- ter attendance and with an almost perfect attendance comes excellent school work. During the past two years the teacher and pupils have demonstrated to the community that beautiful trees and flower gardens ha made a success in southern Alberta. We now have about 150 young trees well established on the grounds. The school is closing for the Christ- mas holidays with an entertainment ana Christmas tree, Thursday even- ing, Dec. 21. The feature of the pro- gram is a play written by the school and played by the mimis, Tho six scenes the pla3'. are laid in Belgium and picture the life on Christmas day of a little milk cart. boy. whose ambh tions take him. to a life of. a finer pro- j fession. All., are. welcome. Come 'young, come. old. It will do you all :ood to see old. Santa Clans. The threshing1 is completed and the new Fords .and jiew, houses indicate the cause. of .the.broad. smiles seen so frequently on the face of every farm- er. Mr. Lawrence White, our local threshernrnn, pulled .his outfit home a week ago and expects to travel ..east on a vacation shortly, ilr. Biust, oar ALL OUR CUSTOMERS INSIST ON BEING SENT THE HIGHEST Quality Meats So it's up to iis to find this quality and deliver it in first class shape. We can add a few more customers to our list so if you want this. High Grade Service Kindly phone op call. Just now when you are most particular about your Christmas meats is a good time to start. We'll guarantee you'll be pleased. WE HAVE TURKEYS, OTHER FOWL AND. ANY KIND OF MEAT YOU DESIRE, THE EMPRE 1110 Sixth Avenue S. Phone 792 The greatest gift to them is the bare necessities of living. retiring teacher, is also bound oust. C. Shields was in Lethbridge on business during the nast week. Clias. Korn spent the past week in LctlibrMgo. He was accompanied'by .Mrs. C. 2om. Robert Harris and his daughter, Mrs. A. A. Harris, have left for tho svanner climes of Oklahoma. They were -accompanied by .Mrs. brother, Mr, Suivey. Anton Stclln, n butcher of Kenu- sha, Wisconsin, swallowed a half-, piece, and an operation to re- move the obstruction cost him ?300. AUCTION SALE Thursday, Fri. and Sat. Evenings COMMENCING AT EIGHT. O'CLOCK In OKI Stand, Third Avenue 8. FRANK WADDINGTON A CONSIGNMENT OF To sell absolutely Without reserve; the stock vlnclydlng Plated Ware, Brass Ware, Safety Aluminum Ware, Fancy Goods, Pictures, About 50 pairs Boots and Shjoes, Toys. ABOUT 8000 HAVANA CIGARS In Boxes of Fifty Each and Many Other Items. Fire! Fire! Also included in This Sale, Large Quantity of Chocolates, Candies, etc. Salvaged. from the fire at Cotaras Brothers. Goods In perfect condition. Containers only damaged. THE BARGAIN EVENT OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE; 1 URalli la Mnu IIS THRONE IS AT OUR MARKET And you'll'find the most royal birds at our store. We have." gathered as fine a bunch, of turkeys together as over grac- ed "a Christmas dinner. They are all fresh killed. Some are small enough to feed a small 'family.. Some large enough to feed "a family, reunion. All are young birds. If you want some thing different for the week end we have GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, YOUNG PORK, 'CHOICE LAMB, PRIME BEEF, or any thing, else you can think of. Then if you would like more' of a novelty we can give you WILD YOUNG BEAR VENISON Let us supply .your Christmas and "holiday meats. You're always-sure of the quality. Always sure of the service, always sure you can get it and always snvo "tiro, price Js right -when you order from DELANYS LIMIT PHONE 452 n H- ;