Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
-1 WBERB TOVIISPVCT IF BAIL TUESOity. DECEMBER 21. 192D 3^ All _'cl^ ^rok^nin Will DUtriliute . - . nUM and Over Million Doll*n in Month. 1 ..Payday.in tha mInM of L�th.I)�e. ji^tli, Ja dnitinated a* iha date, and at tha^ time tlie iargeat > payroll;fryen known in. tha-hlatbry oMhia field will be diatrllMitad. In the Lethbrldae field atone there will be $166,000 put.in cir. o.uljitlon tlirpuph the mine pay roila, anci marohanta in the oUy ana the cloae-in campa are loeic-ing .for a huge buaineaa on Friday , eyenlng .when the atorea .remain THE HERAIM PAOB Cflf. $(65,00i) MINE PAY DAYE LARGEST IN tiffi CITY'S HISTORY Pay Roll-rCrOw'� Nett Mine OOa Day Before Christ- open until 10 oMbefc. V The appN>xiM|jli INiyrellt of the varieuB':mlii(aa';iff^.'/'; Qalt Mlhek.A176,000 Nortn AifibHepi*^ ii^,. MW�0 Chinook :Vr.^i">W.:. 22,000 rederHI WdrJlhM... ^,f,a,f *i.^iW^^Wl. dratrlbuted to Total . . on the committee named to go Into the question of the managerial form of government for the city, re-pliea of 'wlllingneas to be on the coin-mlttee have been received from th6 following: Brlgadier^Cfeneral Stewart. Dr. A. M. Lafferty, Ben Metcalf, R. Bai'rowman, John Oilmore, A. Will-iemson, J. C. Rusfc, C. B. Bowinani Geo. W. Green, R. V. Gibbon^, 't>, RC Yates, L. M. Johnstone, C. F. P. Cotay-boare. the matter thoroughly, and, if ^.""tl^.** city has been acemed^ advisable, to draw up a iew practlcallr^eMtopt. charter improving the present form . Jd-Mi^M^n the Lethbrldge government or su^- typhoid suitable managerial smallpox aa P^oyr" �* i form of government for submission at were a'^'.rai.JTIJ'^J.'l �� fifL? 1^^^ plebiscite to the cltlsens of Leth. were South Afrlcan^warwaaijown by ^^^^^ and they be advised atcord.- ures.v Typhoid was nntaiown in the. jngiy. >rtant hoposak On H( ProUems Put MoreRotanans ByDrLeech; mcney at higher eipbargO dQOts lir tees of the not be at attractive firma and' IMhbrtdge year abvei 80 wawv would give; l-his wtnm. chtoer his iai time'ft'V bon4%>; Thft fpr a; in Me>but this condition ^*!loni[ before the bonds thi wannest record-it 13 above. A year .waS; considerably Jsifeiilent'time, one of of the yeat^ paving tnlddle of the tut last winter new year. vI^Qt^Iow zero last its on the prairies oojder. Qpald^e'; hay. ^growers at- cities was Jul aj^nifotJnm tor the treatment strongly: t)tbeitoulo8ls piiitietttB, bri^fliliB'. . iplft'A'hO ioJl^tthllahed in otb^r ceh- i.Some ai :pt0re; t� addition to prellmi^ "ddMases �ry cp^ and faolatipn ot ejuw oducar. the y.s. tlbnal woi�^M#^fi�B.i^lS!%ili|^ajS /t^-'ffjtolirrfalrlea attipIylag-mUk ithe, _ lo the City ,hive their cowa properly "^yphnis Innpfected" for ? tuberculoslB at teiit'^flntage xttsm^.'-very six months, and that all meat'bat tHese.dll �old la the city should be inspected . . _ nobt. Stewart, a retired fanned, cation on the'caro ot those suffering died suddenly in Petrolea while gar-from the diaeMe. snd'tl^e means for dening. Mer4h�7 Degree^, to Fourteen oW�-Colder in to see that tuberculosis carcasses are not put on the block. Swat-the Fly Week * Dr. Leech went further and suggested that next spring the club put on a swat-the-fly week, his claim being tljat flies cause more Infant mortality in the summer months than all other causes combined. In this connection he thought it would bo a good Idea it tho city council pass a bylaw requiring every householder to provide , all his outside doors and windows with j screens in order la keep files from; tho food consumed by tho family and; from sleeping Infanta. i Dr. Leech's address on the subject was carefully thought out and followed out the line of the addresses of the meeting a week ago. % TJie Filtration Plant Touching on what has been accomplished in the city to improve health conditions the speaker cited the filtration plant as the greatest advance. Two years before tho plant was established there was an outbreak o� typhoid with 68 or TO cases in eight days, a number of them ending fat- . rPI|iiJM�a ' i^|^t!s;on. venereal ijBcords of lif^i^thBrV /aourcia. ^ . .tttHfering fromff^ lewh^. greater par-irrhb^. To pom- _______________ which.the speaker.' declared had'^ihelr- origin .almost' wholly In Ubusesof prostitution, he;?' urged better;'?lawB' tor curbing the | opening up ot'-such, houses'and very strict watch that boose is not sold in them. ^ Commissioner ^eeeh alsd spoke at some length'^ on: sanitary conditions in Lethbridge and the means taken to combat disease and Its spread. His address in full will'be published oa Wednesday. MAIL CARRIER SENTENCED CORNWALL, Ont., Dec. 21.-Arthur Benulleu. mall carrier, who pleaded guilty yesterday to each of three charges of robbing the mails was sentenced to three years in the Kingston penitentiary. o. rox 940 phone 1619 Income Tax specialists Financial analysts Business engineers' RITGMIE PATERSON AND CO. 6:8 Acadia Building 612-Third Avenue South DONT FORGET �\ The only placfS wher^ you can get your shoes repaired by practical ahoemakera is at Hutton & Perkins "ilSA Fifth Street SdUth" Phone 693 8 doors S. of Colonial Theatra , e yoULWed our pure, W8-^-t^ittrlabd milk atfd sdparitea erieam, fresh from the farm every day? Our business has quadrupled in the last two months. THERE'S A REASON. The reason is contained In goodness in our products. ub arid be convinced! Qwi arid service guaranteed. Serve both the North and South Wards. We are still making that fine quality of butter you like so well- CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND Wg are also agents for the' Cardston Creamery brand of fine, fresh, pasteurized Butter, and have a stock on hand. Thia butter needs no advertialng on the Lethbrldpe tiarket, anc'. can only be obtained through us. Our Phone Is 1929 and we are at your service for all Dairy Products. Chief Mounfa'n Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, phone 1929 Office and Plant. 1254 5th Ave. A, South. Thtis is And'itlB present makes'nsal, lAst night; day in 1920. coldest day ot the . The combtnatton diuiHPCd tQ. Then; faas.l�^, mivh speculation about :^e. phenojnenon of the Oldman, River propping so low a few days ago and thepi rising two Jteet in one night. Tb^: O0}y .e^Ianation the Herald has been able to.Se t(re oomes from Supt. Satii Porter, ot the Irrigation system, who fsfbrgr tl^it,' at' times when there 1^ shell;and slu^h ice in the river, a iam will' form which will hold back a larHB.yolyme of water. When the presf^ure .becomes so great that the Jam Ib broken the water comes down with % riish'. . Vhkter in; the river today Is low but veryiClear.-V' ThOiheedle ice which has been bothering the waterworks intake fo: some time has been overcome W the colder'. Weather, and no more trouble J :iB^ dxpect^d.. Commissioner'! Mrech however considers tjiat it will be necesqary to build a dam to divert water to -the intake as each year the channel'o,t the river is wearing lower in tl^9 .niddle and l^s water flows to the intake. North Star and several splendid indi vldual contributions did the trick. But that doesn't ttrii|h up the fund. There are- a whole .tot, bf 0<)od,"B%l-lows who would feel slighted, if the fund were closed. And mote is needed. To make sure of this the, Herald culled up Miss Tillay of the Nursing Mission today. "Don^t let the fund stop because it hufii reached 91000, The need is much greater than 1 had kt(own and new (Saaes are being brought to our notice every day. We arc receiving the aid ot various organisations and societies In ferreting out needy cases, and some of them ^ are really pitiful. We are so much better oif in Lethbridge thii year than they are in the largr/r'manufacturing cities that we are apt to overlook that; conditions are reflect^-'in Lethbridge, and: many deservihg � families are bound to suffer withatheOdod Fellows we have in tbl|blty and district ,^ff don!t want tha!t..to happen. The Good'Fellows may. rest assured that not^a single cent-they- may contribute to the ChristQtas Cheer . Fund will be'wasted." � ., And Miss TUley had; something fur-the**tq say. "It any .Bsother ia. strait-. tathe Nursing Missttfn rroTn two IltUe girls ilayttic. their way One was frol that they had been good and bogtod!. Santa Claus would call. BncIoMMt was a note from their mother feariM : that, without some help, Santa's vMVt this year would not materialize. ThOM; little girls will be made glad on Sat urday morning. The fund now stands: Previously acknowledged ----tm.tl, Mr. and Mrs. Needs.......... 2M' The Herald.................. 25.0( Miss M. Wilson............. 3.0t' Miss Alberta Hufner ......... 5M Local Union No. 630 I.B.E.W. 6M R. ancT M.................... -8.00 Leslie, Stanley and Joan Snell 3.0C C. B. Bowman ............... 6.0( North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. and A. M.................. BO.OO George, Doris and Leslie ..... 1.6U Canadian Bank of Commerce Staff ..^..... ........ .60.1)0 The President and the Secretary of the Brantford Independent Labors Party have resigned, following a vote of: want of confidence, and have been replaced by others. 4 ".:V'' KINDI^ LET US l^iM^E^LY ABOUT VOUR BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 uiiinniiiiiiiii GRAMAPHONE SPECIAL McLagan Oramaphone, in solid 'mahogany case, universal tone arm, automatic stop, tone control, and indexed record cabinet. Regular $230.00, Special $160 00 Take your health and make the best of it, was the old-time advice. Today the advisor says take your healtii to the chiropractor and he'll make it better-Today. SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS ne SHERLOCK BLOG. PHONES 1677, 1441. A m CfflOSTMASPUDDING Last year there was a big demand at the last minute. We can give you better service if you order now-thank you. OUR PRICES ON MOIR'S FRESH CHRISTMAS CANDY ARE SEASONABLE. WE WILL SERVE A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DINNER ON CHRISTMAS DAY AT LUNCH' EON AND DINNER HOURS. 1} KIRKBY'S THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Fm^fTOCHamElf Vanilla, MlraWbdiTj^, Chocolate and 4 Neapolitan, per pint ......---- TcVv Pineapplfe, RaspbeiTy, Cherry, Maple Walnut, Tutti Frutti Sherbets per pint----................. 45c TO CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. Please deliver to- Name'......... Address........___- ................*-___........____. ........Pints of . Ice Creajn �Cream ........Pints ol .'*ice Christmas Morning.- CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 - - - Mrs. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVE., TORONTO. (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIDGE) Will be pleased to receive subscriptions, new or renewal, for the following: LADIES' HOME JOURNAL ............$2.50 PER YEAR SATIIRDAY EVENING POST..........3.75 PER YEAR COUNTRY GENTLEMAN............... 2.00 PER YEAR PICTORIAL REVIEW ................. 3.0O PER YEAR GOOD Hbl/SEKEEPING ............... 4.00 PER YEAR Other Leading Periodicals and Magazines. Prices furnished on application. A MAGIHtZlNE IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT ChpistmasI WHITE IVORY lOfo OFF Solid French and Oriental Ivory, ye|ry best quality In cases and odd pieces. Extra special-A few of last year cases at last year prices less 10 per cent. Do not forget our Toys and Ooila. Our rent, taxes and general expenses are lower, therefore we sell cheaper. ^ WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK EVERY EVENING THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE "w. H. McCaffrey 414 13th Street North . Phone 445 Christmas Gifts OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Pyrex Dish ,*.---- ........----.$1.30 to $9.00 Rochester Casseroles............ .$6.80 to $14.00 Rochester Percolators .......____$6.80 to $12.00 Rochester Tea Pots...............$2.75 to $7.00 Rochester Coffee Pots............$2.75 to $7.00 Aluminum Roasters...............$5.50 to $8.95 Aluminum Tea Kettlies............$7.50 to $9.00 Aluminum Sets.................$3.75 to $5.50 Aluminum Double Boilers.........$3.15 to $4.90 NO TROUBLE TO SHOW THE GOODS Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATIt^G * Phone 762 3?610?