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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta F�fmer T�IMr Resident Dead- Ttfb^filite WittfttMedi. (rrom Our Own ComsBOBdent) TAJWi^t* ^e. 19>-Bnow began fall-lac st^liy abotit 7 o'clock iMt ofrmliMei tM fall'b�lnK lUtbt at lint. Mi 'tUa akornlng a eoipla ot Inebes �6T�ifd the'iri>tthd. anV it haa bairn .taadiUr anowlng all da^. Tonight Hm' atom eontlattea;-wltli keaVier tall, bat only a tl'lght breeta haa aceom-panieA'the atom, which aa fac aa can Ike aeen la general. Plnt^er Greek adrleea at. noon atated that There waa �o stonii in th^t vicitalty, bat hrlght afher. irlMiwjotb It-lb*: ftot,^^*^ W F. UiuBiAU. fiid Dr. ttam fiom!-�mi^ja^ NeilJfdlutfl crowd T^hiaing fbr Taber. One ot Kall'a preaent. Irorty^W of eattle belong-White Bocka, we are aorry to ear, waa ing to Archie. ateMnaoh. of KoUaw, kUled la tcaneit, from the'weat, and brought 918.50'a pit^a, being young he ia out the ten dollara far whioh stock, the owner b'elhg #eil iiattsfled. he had aold the bird. I Chriatmaa entertalhmentii will be A. Morrow, not contentad. with bar hold In the aadltorlunl of Knox church ing a g�art9r aectton for 916 at the on Wednesday 4Tenlng at 7: >0 and at tax aale, won the draw at the Boston the ftegal CoUierieitf on Tuesday at Clothiers' on Saturday night for a 7:30 p.m. ault of clothea., bom lucky, The mtinidpal hospital question is etc. , ^Itt to the fore, and a delegation TrenoheaJor the electrfdr continU' , The population has been increased I late by'aix more birtha, and the �Kodicoa are kept buay with this And. a � .epidemic  of a mild form of aieasles.' tlie following are the new bUrths meiitiohed. To Mr. and Mra. Btari'tioimaii, a son; to Mr. and Mra. K, Olyneh.a son; to Mr: and'Mra. B. Npgent, of iDoal City, a ,son; to' ed teamwork to keep .the, fair up to Mr. abd Mrs. Price, and Mr. and Mra. the beat itaiid�rd. ,8. B..Ayer8, A. E. OlIbiBrtaon, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Tolton; and Mra. J. H,, Robinson, were Oardner, daughters respectitreiy. This the, three 'Tico-preaidenta elected In Bh&bi eight births wlthtai a few days: the order fiTen, and the board-will ap-Beaidea the families in town alfected point the secretary. The board of di-by. the epidemic, measles have invad- rectors .aleeted were aa follows: d the tamiiy of pUrt. Holman, �oUth- Mra. W. B. sW^iker, J. A. Ross, R. weiit of Xd^. i Rlpllageri A. N. Johnstone, t; Hall, ^ Tiber Birds Vtcterloua ' S. B. Wiaeheater, Roy Judson, R. Taber birds as u^ual have come off B. Whltbaek^ .A^ J, Maynard, li^ B. Its annual meeting on thoTenthTf SiXt"''M^^aSa^n^Sl'^durine hi. the month, knd though not large, the ^^'^ has during his meeting TwAa .Snthualastic * Pres. "^f ^ ^f.^^ V;^rn'^�n''^n Porteons waa elected again, and with- ^^^f^M^f* Th-T'-iS ___t �___�_tii_� ��j Z.^aL ^ m^,^^ this burg at any time. There. are some who do not believe his abaence will be for long,, and ,we among, the number. . " ^ '\ Howell Jonea - Is off duty, with quinsy. , . Driiling For Oli . According tf J. H. Norman, driller at the Discovery well at Oil Qity, drilling is" continuing both .tbere and at the Dreamflel'd well'near Foremost. � . . . A meeting of ppultrymen will, be held at Harding ^ros. store on the 22nd Inst, at which, .the question of a poultry show In January will come up Miss Sorge, stenograher for Prowse and Lyons, left on Saturday night for Pincher Creek. Formerly of Taber The sympathy of Taber friends is extended to J. G. Bell of Strathmore, in the bereavement of the family by the death of Mrs. Bell, whose funeral took place at Strathmore recently. The family lived in Taber-till a.tew months ago, Mr.' B�ll being in charge.] of the Ogilvie elevator not long aince. The death of Mrs. Be)l waa occasioned by cerebi'al hemorrhage. The ladies of the Methodist cbureh held a food sale and tea in. the church on Saturday evening. A SHORT CUT TO HEALTH AND ' THE LEAST EXPENSIVE with but the companionship of rout tolf-clabs. hike right away (0 VANCOUVIR; IStANb Every cointort - oest oi society - salubrious atmosphere await you with fresh scenic beautiea for 'everyday neacbed by petfect roadsl- A re4: paradise for the motorist --Sscellent goU courses.-- C.P.R. Ukes you there through 500 miles of maipiificefit panoreme - t^e CANADIAM PACIFIC ROCKIES TWO TRAINS I>AIi.V., ' Library ' Compartmeht LoxurioasaleepetiB.. ' ObserVatioa Cars. CaH, write or phone any Asent of the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY IB ft il 'I'M AN BUSINESS CARDS have any article to sell, 'c^pfM( to rent, property to dis-� pdjj^^of, or want to engage help^ 1^ I-' -They bring results, ani^-n-suits x;ount. One Today ,  eenta per Una (Count alx wrarda t9.a line). Minimum, 25 centa. aix Inais'tlont for pHca af 4. We make switches, transformations, etc., from yoiir cbmbinks. Switches 91.60 ah 03S. ^alway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. HE SEES WITH EASE Foresighted men never allow themselves to get farsighted or even nearsighted. At the first indicat'on ot im|)aired eyesight they come to, J. M. Hm the leas^tq, all the world. F.H.WIUKINS BIGRT BPBCIAI4ST 837 6tti St. B. Opposite tha Bmprasa. Phona 1IB�. Baa Pboaa 1�ST. r 8PIRELLA C0R8ETIERC For Appointmentt Phone 1942 . MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. 8., Cor. 14tii tt 870-29 All Money receiyed in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. \*Buy at Home** THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER THE PRIZES immE LEASE FARMERS BUSY - HAULING GRAIN CFVom Our Own OorrH�no"''nnt ) DEL BONITA, Dec. 18.-The spell of fine dry weather that has reigped supremely over the Lease for so long Is stillklilg of the earth. The roads are hard and firm and in fine condition for grain-hauling. The farmers are taking advantage of it and the gateways to the various towns are constantly thronged with wagons and teams. Let us hope it will last until all the grain Is in the elevatbrs. Mrs. Wylle of Del Bonlta was a visitor in Lethbridge last Monday. Her eldest son Gordon accompanied her. L. Baxter of Magrath was a business visitor to Del Bonlta and Hacke last week.  Coal Mine Busy The Miller coal mine is becoming more noted ev�ry week. Teams come from far and near to dray baCk large loads of coeI. Even farmers from Sweet Grass, Mvintana, U. S. A., are to be seen making two trips every week.' Six horses are hJtche'l to each wagon and three tons hauled at once. Again farmers coming from Woolford are to be seen as well as teams from all over the Lease. Ed. Buzz!an of Del Bonlta, was a visitor in Lethbridge this week. His sojourn was full of courage and pain, a visit to the dentist being the chief attractioii. We are sorry to announce that Uttle Gordon Wylle is in a Lethbridge hospital uTidergoing an operation for appendicitis. w. I. Membership GrOws The Del Bonlta branch of the Women's Institute of Alberta is steadily growing. Although only organized on October 9, 1920, it now has an enrolment of twenty members. The members are deeply lnte.rc:y.ed iu Iho planning ard airangjns of a Christmas tree to be held at Lens school ho