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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^ .1 iir"iiw'i-l>iiw'nia|ii-..-. I'm wiiiiirI SANTA GLAUS BUSY ! IN BBLLEVUE CAMP' ^ V PeieraoM of Barnwell! ^, M , Biplains Plui~4J. F. W. A. ' -Also Meets STIRLING VIUiAGE COUNCIL RE-ELECTED (rrom Our fh�( (Old ttpiars �( the camp. The "fielictvite correspondent wishes Mr. and Kirs.-' CljapBene a happy and prosperous life. The Rer. Peters and wife left camp to spend the Xmas holidays at Edmonton. T&e compAny have been busy the (Ji>ora Our Oym Correspondent) grniLINO, Dec. 20.-A rUlage me^Unk was held Monday Bight til thei schbcMhonae for the purpose �* ^ ^ . electing a Tillage councH. The meet- last wee^, movli�t a big motor up to Ing re-elected the retiring, cotfndl, J. ^^^"Inr- . ; . W. Sytoa, Alfred Hlrachl and Blmer . atpres te to*m are Uking on a SpackmaB./.' . X�>M appeannce'�nd there are some The loaic dry spell was broken last "*c�^Wlp4pi�rC*�_, . Sntunlay night when - it. begap to 'Si the chl dren of ano^w an* kept It up ail night and aU the:;>tethodIit church was^gijen on thelnext day about 8 or'4 incfies fall- Friday'iT�i^g.teat and Santa was Ing. We were l^Ieased to see the ^''O^^": (rrom Our Owii Oorresnondei�W;.t Ihe t(reatern Stoe^. Union fet.tfie paUiaer L'Cidgary, on Thvaday laat. The "oVed the Muhse oi the varl-served at tUg Wuiqudt; aad thes* was "BeiMl rotatoea and Jilted Land: anfl Vauxhal), Befttre at laM made tta appearance though ,tl|%re twa ibeeta no' an thermonidlltir la keeping well freealiw iMat AU tA en partMs Mm.diaMnM and thla saw tlwilait dt a� -ditching our' that tllWM �9�r�tlona are &ow.H ^, ^standatitt- jutU the spring iveiuriip,� with lU nw|:'fl�Od of activity. ' vV. JI Mr. MeAlUiiter is flnlshiag kte;^* heuM Jnat norti^. town, and ilnv|B�^ townsite ItselJt llassrs. Noif^ie ? 'Tlho ne,w facial treatment "lor K)iil�n and women who care.^ to Iw had at the tolIowiniC barber Jihops: anoW aa we had hot had any mblal- to ionie ,t|i?o'hiinared and fifty chl) td�-since Ootobtr. idreit. ^Erefyohfr llad a good time, SJaBday, Dec. 12th, President Allen Ao8,uifii. . and hi# conne^llor O. H. Snow,, of' ^fQitle.e,-:;-rl|KnD|.iCIaus will be at the Raymond, n Thursday, conterence. There was a good at- December^Mrd^from 10 in the.fore-tendance at the meeting and some noon, till late In the evening, for the this year than on previona yaua. and I^lreett are pracejkding with th�lrji^ , Ifa all home grown. . : plemont warthouwfc ^ � -H xmaa ahopping is easier libia year T. A. Konnda, btely of THe^^d. on account of the varlbni^ stocks car- Alta., haa bwrn appointed ried by the merchants, aiid th� desire at VaWhaU ahd la now pi ive' plreseats and candy ot the people to buy at Jiom^. Eivery erect a tiBildttic.a&d will |M raad> "wmM store is filled to the door*'wHfth goods ^ter apon hlv^^naw duties at t)i�^: and the next live days will And these Cinnlns of thjS: New. Year. exchanged for cash. Fast driving of-itutosi'in''iSacleod almost ended in a~fatali^ Qj^>.irhurs-day. A delivery truck war ^ing east on, "19th St., whiTe"a~ runabout was A rather valqno banquet waa ti�> cars a little, and.ohe leg ot.^ young man on the trnck.' They drove on. very good iastructions.were given the purpose of. g{irlBg. every child in the driving south on 3rd A,ve.iatJlhe cross-people prOBent I camji a pireMit and candy. Sa come '^'^y ^'K***^ ^�*�*8jnK'the Monday evening the boys started early and glte lilm a chance to meet """" " "~~ '---*------- playing haskefball. The larger boya every chfld; (Signed) Santa's Ad-play Monday night and the ScouU van^9 Agent. [Wednesday night. The jpdiniiaittea'In charge 9f the rink Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christenaeu e�P*e^i'to'i�ayB everything la readi-have gone to Salt Lake City, Utah, to thgAOpetolng on Wednesday, �rtalt relatives and friends for a short, "�ifP��^-9Md. Tickets will be on .^'e. j sale at C. Itey'a-tai}or shop at the fol- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred RomerU and 'ow^gpricps: ""Children np to 14 children have gone south on a visit Tevn, seaspn tickets 91.50; ladies for two or three months. . | season 'tlcket8*;|3.00; gents seaspn Mrs. Herbert Garrett is in Coal-' '*^Wi"�a*>"y �cket, including liurst visiting her sister, Mrs. George 'nerooers of Jbmlly up to 14 yeara old Iiockston. I and-father lAd.mother |6.00. The U.P.W.A. held a meeting last' Sto-Jamtfs Ford of Coleman is via-, !week in the. hall, Mra. Lawrence "Jng her daughter In camp. Mrs. Peterson of Barnwell, was the speak- Jamfis Bhlelda. . . r. expUinlng the importance of the Tr- *, ^onien organizing and encouraging *" accldeBt Jn-aa mlna some time the membors. At the evening meet- ago, ia, doing nicely .under Dr. Bea-Ing officers were elected as foUows: i^ans ixn �f the hospital. " Leader Shop Lcthbridge Hotel ' ' DISTRIBUtORS iouEY BROS, ca, LIMITED "nn ir6 St Caieary Mrs. Niels Hogensen, president; Mrs.! Chkrfle. SaJrtorls has completed the Frank Coffin, vice-president, and Mrs. moving of:the two houses fi-om Pass- ^aul Zaugg. secretary. ' The U.F.A. mot in the evening. Lawrence Peterson of Barnwell, was present and gave a talk touching on V*. u.� nuinher of points of interest to thA J*""r burt and has'them all ready for the tenants,^ Mh and^Mrs. Wilt Conpland have arrtve^. In camp from Vancouver 'BORROWED rOHEW" CAUSES SMALLFpXv rREOINA. Dee. 21/r!A tfhawv from another man'a plMg is ,re*^ aponaibie for a case of'amiAlp^' which haa been lodged In-Ihl^est house. The city has^.twfo Wed-nesday, and the other having been isolated yesterday.- :^ One of these eSaeii earAa froin Manitoba on tho train. . Hr took a bite from a plug' �f tobatieo which he borrowed Inm-tmf^w man In the proyinei1t�ltfia;$imt After he had taH(^|i.� ahi^i lnr'��a told by his asatelata (Kii hji'�liad been released nrom; .qitarantint two days prayioih^f : termers. He spoke at som^ length about the proposed wheat pool and Whiit was being done along that line. Ha also nrged that we get as many nembers In our local as possible. The sacretary read' a report on aa-wers to the questionnafre sent out by the department of education. It was moved and seconded that the answers given by the teachers to the questionnaire he sent to the department. A quartette was rendered by Messrs. Saul,.Clark and Riley Clark, Mra. R. G. Hardy and Miss Harriett Cldrk. After the meeting a dance was given under the direction of the DJf'.A. and a large number psrticipat- heraMn'vtiie, future. ear AtMadeod fFrom Onr Own Corresnondent> MACLEOD, Dec. 18.-The concert , , . , - .,- given by the PubUi School children dd, makljle It a financial as well as on Friday, December 17 in the town social success. Wednesday evening at home of M. hall was a grand success in every way. It gave the town people a new Soely, a miscellaneous shower was view .of life and that we have all given ill honor of Miss Lebna Christ- the material In pur homes for a good enaen who is soon to be married. A healthy entertainment and when they, large numberj of young folks were with the aid of their teachers decide present and a very pleasant evening to entertain their friends they can do was spent in playing games. . jit. and do it well. The credit of the TIio Stirling Dramatic iclub are go- whole is due to the principal and the ing to put on a play entitled "Botany assistapts who are all stsong to Bay." They held their first rehearsal teach. The carrying out of tho pro-Tuesday night at the home of Mr. gram was for thp girls and boys, and Wm. Spackman. After going through they did their part well. From the their parts, Miss Verda Spackman primary and every class, there Vas served them with cake and pop-corn no exception. It was jill good, as the |>aUs. , I largest crowd ever seen in the town Thursday evening. Dec. 16th, Mr.; lia" testified to. and Mrs. A. E. Fawns entertained a' ^ novel feature of the dinner and number of their friends and relatives tea given by the ladies of the Motho-to a shpper, the occasion being the dist church on Saturday, December anniversary ol their wedding day. 18th, In the town hall was the cafe-After supper the evening waa spent teria style carried out. Everyone was In music and games. Everyone pres- handed a tray as they entered the ant expressed themselves as having hall and made their choice ot what ft-very enjoyable time. they wished to eat and drink. You Saturday a great number of Stirl- paid for what you wanted, and then lag people motored to Lethbridge to visited the counters containing dolls, Attend Priesthood meeting and do and Xmas good^. The- ladles were aome Xmas. shopping. ) perfectly satlfled with the results as Wednesday evening, Dec. 2Srd, the there was no waste of food and the Itayxnond Dramatic club will present^ finances were much Improved. THE OF FLOWERS They'rfe as dosbly associated with life in thott^i^-'andT^enfi-t . ment'as the love of alinotlier' ' for her children/ Augmej|^7^the gift to your mother,'your :wijfe-or your aweetheart %ith FloSv* ers.- Their sweatne|s. will ibo cherished. ' .' ^ '.J' We've made spacing p'^paraU^a for holiday vases, corsages, tfttde and interior decoratioQS. - Sper clal deliveries for ChristmaS;!' Henderson Park Phone 1003 5:J �/ as Mbfchiefs and a,number of which We wlh'sell at a tig dIsQpunt a nice aSI|bjttm�nt of Fancy Bomm of Caii^y Cand||iB�afls BING WO 320 13TH STREET NORTH m Good Hungs mada by the most sanitary and np-t�data methods in full view oftbepUhllc. BltEAD Golden Krust Braad Ralstn Braad Nat Braad BnaWn Bread ^ R)-e Bread Pulman Braad BUNS plain Bread Buna ^ Ralain Buns ^ Raspt>a.*ry Buns Cataanut .Buns Cinnamon Biins Coffaa Caka Butter ^olla CAKES Christmas Cakaa Fruit Cakas ' Layer Caikes Cupcakes Slab Cakes COOKIES Parkins ' y Coooanut , Lemon PASTRY . Cream Puffs Mince Meat Turnovers Jelly TurnoViort Tarta Fruit Squares DOUGHNUTS Plain Doughnuts BIsmarks The proof of the purity and excellence of these products in every bite. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH �DA r^^ ' >:v"".f ->.,^f--;' iY, DECEMBffi RfcFREiMfillNTB^I�iVITATlONt CAfjT Bl StOUIliO- ,x i , SCCRB^ARYTUilCOtTIE. 'J^^ 'I I I,: Do you point to them with pfidp? H your iiome made moreior leaa attractive became of the lighting iBivfixlalna-Tchaaca tham, 1 ara.^no longar a^ous-a^thajr^ balong to tha .and aire, to ba aceaptad ^  andurad for ,that raason. , ebpIe^Tary|irhera