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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Zttblk had disappeared. A search followed find tie was tound in another rdsidenoe. where he was arrested and conveyed to the police staUon. The case is proceeding. 'But, Gorda, the Victim, is Not yery Clear What it Was AU About ASSESSMEN TAirL0il^]|9 4eath of Misa Btalljl Taylor, the OQlr daughter of Mr. a^d Mrs.,John tkilisr, 3h 19tb St., ittiOthe newly revised Prayer Book ..�^ the* start on the 1921 assessment. The to drive him into Lethbrldge. Aqcord-1 , . .u .------ - The case was adjourned , only work done so far has been the ing the story told the Herald by .?. "eje from the OW Introduced Railway Bpliird Judgment Deals With' ^i^i^ Fares- G. ^,|t;�tl?ositioii OTTAWA, Doe;2i.--The Judgment delivered,tpaoelpt of altiredi ttonpf ana a steady flow oi complaints is still oonttiiiliag. The n�ney, Was passed ^Uluring the rush hours and oOAslsied^Of altered II United States, citeretttq^' hilIs.The alterations were ^niUe b^' tibllterat j Ing the one and pasting 6unhe blllt a 10 or ^20 takaa trom/aai laiftnd rev-enue stdmp. misjudged. His story was a plain and straightforward one, related with great earnestness, and with a righteous- indignation at the slur on him in the mistaken report that he had relatives left In Canada. assessments on buildings from 50 , been heartless in the circumstances. per cent to 66 2-3 per cent, of valuation. The indications at the time were that this might b� raised to 75 per cent, next year if necessary. The fact that many thousand dollars worth of property came back to the city's hands in the tax sale this fall would indicate that 4ome such action might have to be taken. imlssioner Meech is hoping that ing spring will see a consider-uction in building costs and Ugh new buildings and resi-wtll be erected to hold real Mr. Swanson says that he and his wife were awakened about 1.30 in the moniing in question by the sound of the dogs barking. He then heard a man's voice outside the house. The man was a perfect stranger to him, and all that he understood from him was that he wanted a car to drive him back to Lethbridg�. Mr. Swanson, as lie stated to the Herald, told him that he could not go as his wife had a bad cold and was all alone in the house, and if he .went he would have to take her along with him. Thereupon Jfir. LITARY FUNERAL FOR LATE THflUEWIS ing confirmation. followed by pass-;be due In part to the general decline - in business; activity, the board thinks It may also^^be in part attributable to the higher ities, and to that e.xtent the provision made for a reduction on off, and Gorda was hit on the head somewhat severely by Zublk. This, apparently, led to an Invitation lator on between the two parties to canrjr on the fray outside. This, however, was not made very clear in .the evidence. It would seem, accondhig to the evidence, that the trouble which ,starti|)d over the caps had subsided, though It was apparent that there was some curiosity in those who .were .present as to what might transpire w&eii'Zublk left the house. Gorda hiihselt appears' to have had this curiosity, for he Said that he also stepped out when Zublk did. and while he was standing on the step out-Side the door the revolver was discharged by Zublk, who was at the time on the sidewalk. According to this police story Zn-bik after the firing Went into the house of Shnon Swedish, where he was followed by some men, including a cousin of Dennis Oorda, named Nick Gorda, and when located trussed up and bound with cords. Nick then proceeded to thi city police station with the Information of the shooting. When the detectlvfes arrived at the ^ouse of Swedish they found that ages from the New Testainent des-lorihlng its use in Apostolic times. The candidates were presented to His Lordship, the Bishop by the Rev. ^ _^ ^ i . \v-- ..i; gtanftjy C Ripper, priest In charge Ja*��'y lP.____...___ May Vines, Alice Fox, Sadie Ward, and one from St. Augustln'a parish. Bishop PInkham preached at the Stinday morning service at St Augustln's. Heme; Labor; Invention; the Church; Healing; ^ophecy etc., each represented by suitable characters. Then will come the three shepherds announcing the gift of Christ. Anthems iii-  ' - quartettes and solos will be sung. The various departments of this Sunday Kew York.Physician Cfeims,�:rih"{�,ra%^^,,^?^^^ Phosohate Discovered by Itl^es at intervals through the festival  *  ^�  t S and the cash part of these plus any French Scientist IS uOdSend special contributions members of the congregation may wLsh to make will bo derated to the China Famine Relief fund. The morning service will tip a regular Christmas morning service, at which the noted junior choir will lead the singing. good report. Among the 'contestants llZs^^^J^TtCl^lJ''f^' "^r",'," for the supreme honor will be Music. to Weak, Nervous Folks. "Let those who are weak, thin, ner-Tous, anaemic or run-down, take a natnrul, uiadultered substance such as Bitro-Pboapbate and you will soon sec some astonishing results in the increase of nerve energy, strength of body and ndnd and power ot endurance," says Dr. Joseph Harrlgan. J. O. Higinbotbam & Co., Limited, or any good druggist wilt supply the genuine Bitro-Phosphate at reasonable cost. with a great trouble. ~ i changes of Importance in the person Arriving in the clt^, said Mr. Swan- ^ Ga^nadC'^'S.'SwT'arl about to be made. C. H. Temple, superintendent ot motive power at Winnipeg, Is to come to Montreal as chief of motive power and rolling Marrlll Ecker, an engineer on the 20.-Several M. C. R., was killed by a yard engine' at St. Thomas, and W. D. Rundle. a returned soldier, was crushed to death under a tractor on his mother's farm near Sparta. succeed Mr. Pyne at Montreal. husband not return ________ ing home, and then went orf to the j g^^g^j H x. Pyn9. superintendent of Lethbrldge Motors to i he came back a cheque tor $50 had been written by a man named "Steve." who was In the garage, and- signed by Thaell. This was handed to him. "Had it not been that I, like many other farmers, had suffered from a PnOViNCE PROVIDFS ONE-THIRD FOR RELIEF -- ^�^ TOROVTO. Deoo\int spent by the municipalities of Ontario on emergency relief this winter will be contributed by the Ontario government, provided the other two-thirds is paldelther by the municipalitl-'R or by therPiunicipjiHfles and the Dominion government jointly. SUGAR TAKES ANOTHER DROP IN THE EAST was required to furnish an estimate of revenue and ^xpOnditure of the C. P.R. for the year 1921 based on the increases aa aot^jually authorized by the order of the Mard. CIRCULATE, BAD MONEY IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG. Deo. 20.-Hundreds of dollars in worthless money is believed to have been, passed in the city by two men slnt^ .^turday. Today ten ST. JOHN, N. B., Dec. 21.- The wholesale price of sugar dropped 50 cents a hundred pounds here the first "of the week and Is now selling ht flO.60 a hundred for grano-la'ted and |9.86 for yellow. One cannot be attractive If the Hah- CA top and base. Special.........�P^^.9U SMOKER'S STAND Made ot solid oak, in fumeil (J�in CA finish. Special ......... ......tj) 1 3  Dv Mftkogany Ash Trays FRAMED PICTURES, $2.00 Up Round mahogany base with heavy glass centre. Reg- ^ jj^ qq blar|l60. Special Reed Chair and Rocker ; Upholstered back and * j i a A ^at Special, pair ....^^l.UU CROCKERY DEPT. DINNER SETS-97-Plece Dinner Sets ol Limoges, Nippon and senil-porcelain. Some are open stock. 97-Piece Sets from $36.00 Hand-painted China and Cat Glass at special prices. ONLY THREE MORE SHOPPING DAYS McLAGAN GRAMO-PHONE Solid mahogany case, automatic stop tone control and indexed cabinet, universal tone arm, playing any make ot record perfectly. Rej- r.'.!!!r:..r...$i6o:oo Tke Store of Yuletide Gifts It is not surprising that our store has met with universal favor among all classes as a GiJt^ Store at Christmas time. Cm- years of service with its enviable reputation has established this store as a place of quality where values are always right. FOR KER- FOR HIM- Wrist Watch, Diamond Cigar Case, Cigarette Ring, Purse, Handbag, q Wfitch, Opera Glasses, Necklet, o i. v � c � Toilet Articles, Brooch. Chain, Belt, Knife, Scarf Pearl String, Bracelet Pin, Links, Pouch, Flask R. A. WRIGHT Lethbridge's Biggest and Fillest 4ew�Iry Store. 1898 Balmor'al Block, Lethbrldge. 1920 I 14 37 ;