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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDCiK WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 "agents" who kept members ot the fully Informed of the where- abouts or authorities. As many J'weuiy fully ladeu automobiles, dally v.'tre estimated to have crossed tho bouG'liry. All kinds uf camouflage have been There is hardly j part 01' aa automobile tbat has not !beea far carrjrlng .liqiior, tiros bell's sometimes pumped -full HUSBM ANpIFE FORBOARfilF EDUCATION Coast rroapectors Plan to. Ahead of Those Go j oifteistls. tho rua Ui the boundary ia i 'now praiMtcally the only safe method] 02U3 of prou-ctifig the lino lies with j lha American oIEeJals, who have to deal with -Itheli ov.-a people. Some ".'Ov> guards rt? uov; belus intnj a serjc3 nets This last Jeath blow VsCOtnER B C Dec _0 prospectors for oil in the Fort Norman district are chafing im- tently to brealc througu the cordon of provincial police which prevents move regarded as their pxssiug Peacn Kiver Crossing to Mteaslre feuiko flaims in oU fields- ii scheme afoot if carried to a -uecessful conclusion, will ei'sMe :hcm to slake claims without break-1 iufi {be law. The adventurers plan to enter (he oil-fields of Fort Norman from the coast by airplane, stnke thetr claims and fly bsck to the sea. thus gcttlr? thcad of those vrno arc vaHisig in Jarge numbers at Peace River Cross- Ing for the spring xben the police will allow entry into tho district and there 'is certain to be a wild scramble for lhe most 'promising claims. According to Major C. MaeLaurln. superintendent of the Jericho Air Sta- tion'of tho Dominion Air Board, it be pos ible to fl> fiom the coast to the oil fields k Eskimo Seen At Nome flj- ru chlno The distance 15 ap- a mi} roalj ilianihe'r of the far nortiie'ia rnyUerlous frilu c! "Dlond Bskliur" the of -.n-Mcti has been crol- fleet to Vilbjalraur olefaussou. Catu- d-n expln-tr, niCLliy ir iitht by traderevto-Nome from home I he. southern shores of Cororat'o i Gulf, Canada's northern r om tha coast rim- residents thought that a tho ERkimo bf tnls Joe A unique situation has arisen in Toronto, where Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Glen 'shown above) are Loth candidates for the Hoard ot Location, with i Oie endorsatlon ot the Labor party They are running In d ffertnt wards. MAPLE LEAF EMBLEM TO BE ON FUNNELS] Indicate that all xhc pco to "i8 feasible nndorUlinir to outsiders what sort of peo- I inlended to susEest means hv H is planned to ou'flt at a point on' the slrause fkinios are The na ,mcn u-aaopted would reduce the -VANCOUVER D C Dec the nearest the Foit N'o-man Te was stout bllUd' Wlth copp r we'eut of oppressiv tasadon vh'chi Steamers of the Canadian district The plane would ha equip sUn "'act hair and Is pressing donn so Learilj on the mect Merchant Marine will shortly Tifrl null rnnnn e lr of nuii-h oroTin Dernard said he peoples bacls hut space la too T lv fana BBS could he mLdo on tho 8n ot lhe OI lo use it in making the sugges-1CarrF Maple Uat On their f, r-so win piaas R H Teaae- Ihe Interior of Bntish Columbia rte Some the tribe, Bernard ilmil the next series ThanMng }9u machine would take off from the ba e a2serted reddish troan hair and Mr Fditor for the-Space use I remain light ejes are Bcarcely-IJght MOURNED FOR DEAD; -IS IN SANITARIUM YA.N'COUVKR.'B. C., Dec. ot the gtraugest stories that has come ot the world war was unfolded hire recently when two Vancouver men received Information from their mother in Scotland that their brother, Alfred McBade, U alive in.a sanitar- ium.near his old hoine at Johnehaven, Scotland, although'--hs hail been mourned for dead since 1916. He worked In Vancouver before enlist- ment, Report of his death al the hands ot a" German sniper at Vbny Hldge. April 1918. was received br his mother at She received an 'official death certificate aud -his personal belouElnea. Alfred MeBade. according to his mother's message, is now In ;the Biinnyslde Menial HosplUI, ten miles front and. U recovering from loss of memory. His brothers ire.'wondering.how he managed lo trace' his way back from the conti- nent to the neighborhood ot his old home, and if lie fought through the balance of the war from 191C, and then secured bis discharge, or has been wandering for four years, a men- tal derelict. times, the lack- of children are blamed by Judge D'nge- raanv.for the increase in divorces in Detroit'. at tie coast, 8r orer the almost im- pissabie mountain ranges and land on thinks- samo convcnent lake near the point scribed as blond H was recalled he e where tho claim- are to be staked ApukUwana that Slef After statins the arlators would uevf Ihe tribe leave returning to the DIOr coasl on the Bam" da> i15611 truly H GAL.V1N always said newspaper j States exaggerated his SOUP KITCHENS-AT ST.'.JOHN ST JOHN N B Dec U a 'pectors to enter the 'district In the heart of winter lest tcey censn A cordon was established a! Peace llivei Crossing and who atiemHed to enter the oil fields were ordered hack. It is claimed that some of thf profiu-iog areas are (o he and up to the present' It A as thought that the onlv chance of entering the country was to await People's Forum CIVIC AFFAIRS erald' the wUhdra-Va! oflh-' "the 1would a.cd SprlD_ Lao I suggestions re our affairs also In regard to the form of government for this clly and suggesled as outlined by Huttton in a recent Issue of the 'Herald. -The ;'dnly changes that 1 would he that thej elected elect one of CURB RUM RUNNING ON BOUNDARY OF B. C. general manager, are adopted Ac- cording to Information Mr Teafcle considers such a step an ndded'advertlsement for the Dominion; In' Uie'porW of the'world. fix lo the namea of tbV sieamert, the 'house flag and the.porta.of registry tention to tho origin of the vessels and the Maple Leaf badge on the fun nels. wlH further drive home the fact that Canada Is in ship-owning tmsi ness members as chairman of the HUNTINGDON B 0 Dec 19 Heavy reinforcements to Canadian infl American customs forces and councU vigilance on lhe part of Camdian WBose salarv should be Died slightly border municipal suited hisbe- than, the other members of the officials have sharp curbing of rum counc11 I would suggest that tho re- running across the boundary into muneraUon of the council be fixed at Washington Indications are not lack 5 each' eye'i' session held b% the ing tbat manv hquor smugglers are cotmcil. n0' to exceed o2 sessions abamlonlni; their heretofore remun in oue year Til6 councl1 to elcct a erathe employment city manager by i majonlv vote pre While there were numerous inde-'tcrenca tcl be B'ven to applicants for pendenta engaged in tho illicit traf the Position to citizens of this city Sc, the major part ot the work was manager should have authority to earned on by a ring unflor the di rectlon of a clever leader He had, it is claimed a number of Home-made, but Has No Equal far Coughs family ilj- p GAMES If jou have coiiaTi clictt our make1 jour Christmas more STAR ELECTRIC 409 5TH ST. S, OPPOSITE CO'-Or4IA 'PHONE 1332. i OTHER TABLE LAMPS, IRONS, HEATERS, WASHERS.vVACUUM CLEANERS, ETC. "BONCILLA" The new facia! "for women who to be.had at the harbor shops: Leader Shop Lethbridge Hotel DISTRIBUTORS BOUEY BROS. CO., LIMITED 701 3rd St E, L'ATt HON.'. E. G. PfllOR anil cx-nremior ot flrillsli 'Jolumbly, who died llils week. 20c to 50c Per Roll mat Sale of Wall- i r-'i paper, and is being I offered at a snap. WELLINGTN BROS. THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BLDG. 1 .Tjfntili Christmas'Eve our reduted-prices on Q '-11 n o i 'oc ihiese lines'reirmiii'as advertised': Jaeger's Pure Wool'Slippers....-. .25% Off KosyvKorner Slippers, reg. reg. ?3.00, for..... KosyKorner Clippers, reg. reduced in same proportion. .fSK TO BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES. W; J; NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK, AUCTION SALE EXPIRATION OF LEASE j STOCK OF DRY FRANK WADDINGTQN IS INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY PUBLlp AUCTION ON THE PREMISES, 316 1ST AVE. SOUTH Thursday and Friday Next. Dec. anil comraericing each day al nud 7 p.m., the whole of tho .otock o( etc., Including: Men's and .coats. Pants, .Overalls, Smocks, Sweaters, Underwear, Shirts, Socks, Shoes, Overshoes, Ilala, Caps; also Suit Casos, niaiifels, Coraforlors, Jewelry of all kinds, including Walch.es. 1 The'.FiXTURES will also ba snld, Including Couptere'and Shelr- "ing, Oak- Bookcases; Counter liescister, 'lirgb'Hcktor, Sh and many smaller Items. TERMS CASH, PHONES 770 AND -169, ;