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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL LOCAL NEWS WHERE TOT EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 .SECOND SECTIONS THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVK LOCAL NEWS LETUBWUGE. Discount On Canadian r DollarAdds Nearly Lethhridge Taxes This Year SECOND SECTION PAGE VU II M a I -ten i Atvw I JU 1U DtfllU to New .York to Pay Interest _ The present rate of exchange between Canada and the United .States has come home to the city Inljie drawback It works on funds payable In New York. On the first of the year the city has to meat coupon' interest to the 'tune of Of this sum the am- ount of soiree Is payable In New York. The exchange at present'stands at 19 arid 1-8.pre- mium ptr-cent, which means that the American dollar IB worth as compared with the Canadian, dollar In paying the Interest gn the first of next year In New York the city will ractlcally-throw away the sum of 55 As things stand at pre- sent there Is not the remotest chance ,of the exchange Improt- ing In favor of Canada Wl'h the proposed embargo on Canadian wheat and livestock the situation- in regard to the exchange, should tfle embargo be put In force, stands to be aggravated rather Improved, "In the city hall the' amount which will have to be paid on the in'erea coupons li a source of great worry, In it Is regard ed that a goodly eiim, amounting to close on has to be paid, of value received IS THE PRESIDENT 9 O CHRISTMAS AT-HOME FOR C.P.R, EMPLOYEES U the recent annual meeting ofi East Lcthbrtdge' local the tol lonipg officers for tho jcar wore elected Tha C. P. R. is arranging so (hat ss many as possible tie employees of the road will be home for Christinas this year. All .but absolutely necessary freights will ._ bo cancelled. Passenger trains will run as usual, but mauy _ol the raen will have two days free, Christ- mas tfay and the Sunday fol- lowing. a a 6 6 SHOOTING PRELIMINARY I FURTHER ADJOURNED: The casa concerning., tho shooting affray which look'place at Statford- ville on and which Josvneil to" the afternoon after, tho _____________ HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL i' McKenzte First C.' James. Second J. McKonsle. See TruM y V Thorn S. GIffin, L Coyne, W. H'Caller aud Geo (Hard. FACTS FOR Cheque Returned N. S. F., But He Thought Hafl Enough in Bank to PJiy It I Columtl those POP iho fYmr tint i.. At the cit) police court Wednesday morning A Winkle.-, a-firmer ia tho T.iber district, vas op before tho magistrate on 'lie charge of false pretences, to wit, receiving cash to the amount of f 16} tar' a worthless cheque _JIoglstrate Inrtn, faking into all the circumstances I n 'fined the accused on. conviction the Owing to the Impo-tance of the soil sum of }2o with costs S1ILL AT LARGE Police Still on the Lookout foi The Bandit' Who Dis- appeared- Declaration of Farmers in One Fanners t-J' Sympathetic -1 Threats 'of tho farmers of Ardtey district, to cease growing wheat are contained In a resolution which Jviir go" before the provincial of fanners of Alberta -In tlonuary la tho following goluboit under present conditions, Where is Aubrey Aulott or Alei Areloff, as ho wes knoffn during the bandit rhase In the Crow's Nest last August' i The hanging ol Tom Bassoff at the provincial jail this morning recalls thst there were three members of the bandits nho held up Train Jso 63 at Sentinel Two of the bandits have been accounted for, having been shot in the gun duel in Bellevue on the memorable Saturday afternoon and BassoS having expiated the crime of murdei on the gallons The police '.are still looking for AulofE, but the general belief among is tnat has crossed to the United States or sailed from Van couver !n an effort to reach Russia via Siberia Railway 'officers are, how- ever, 1 eeplng a fteen look-out for ine hntt- anii rtritMn. v- bank, couslderel had been done TIMlSajistrate in passing ailenient seriteSBs also took note the fact that tlejfecused bad a family and that it wagyhA Christmas sea son This made Sim change his rainrt uuuer present conaii the members of this local are iousl> 'considering abandoning rala'rtj of the "Therefore he it resolved tbat tbo convention urge' the -reinstatement of Hie XvlieaV board." That farmers arc in sympa thy the proposal contained in thn rPHDiu'ton to the silsnt of roiuc- iiig their acreage next year At lea t, that Is the gossip as it comes to the Herald, though the majorit> will make no statement ititing thet available at the Board of Trade o flee and also at the Herald shortly. FUNERAL OF THBXATE HERBERT J. H. SKEITH A. large number of resident's of the .city paid tho last tribute on Tuesday afternoon to the late Herbert j: H. Skeith whose remains were iaid to rest in the public cemelerj-. The cortege proceeded from Fetter- ly's parlors to Knoi church where a brief service was conducted by Hov A. It Denoon A beautifully rendered solo by Mr George Fleming formed a part of tho service here; tho church the serv following the holuau Big Increase In effort is being made to pnt it over the top by the time'of.the'annual contemn- tion m Edmonton, atidut the middle of Lodge, No i, A F. and A M of which deceased was a mejnber. The pall- bearers, Bng-Cen Stewart, J H Fleetn W J Nelson, D McNabb, R J Dinning and George Kerr, were brother members of the lodge to which uuo lw the deceased.belongeii The seCTice. toloneU at the graveside was the beautiful, funeral service of The chief rnotiTners SLeilh of New Dayton, Mr. Jlobert Skeith of Now Dayton and lion A. J JIcLean Housewives vrt-o want cranber- ries to serve v4tfi turkey at what Is turkey without cranberry have to act. quickly, retail' Srocers told the Herald this morning, for the cranberry is at a premium season. .Whereas .a .it was an article of common diet, this season It Is among luxuries For some reason'the price has advanced from 25 cents per pound a year ago to 40 cents per patind today. Wholesalers are somewhat wary about bringing them In In large quant ties at the pretal'lng prices fearing that the public will not buy The price it per barrel Wholesale, those tho [last four not stop sending iu their contribu days the fund has Jumped at the rate tioiis until midnight on Christmas ot about JIM. a day, >csterda> gomi Eve -This Good Cheer Is golag over the matk and today beat- to Btart working on Christmas BVe ing the tout! for 191? caned for 1 he hampers Donald Graj going out on ChrlstroasKye. .j P. Burns .Co. staff Many splendid donations appear in H Proctor today's, list, a number of them com A oays s, a number of them com ling from staffs of local firms, swelling T- M Huff loveslment Co. fho totals in a manner which is high ot Western Canada ly pleaslug to those vvho on Frl Company I day night and Saturday morning Shepherd, Dunlop and Rice 't'no task of phying Santa Claus to Maijirlo Shepherd houses where the fund is Shepherd y. ito operate.- And a lot of Shepherd UilllO 1.00 33.00 5.00 600 503 in the waj of passing a prison sen tence. PHASEY CAME TO LETHBR1DGE YEARS AGO The late June Phasey who riled e oh TueadSy was, with her husband, LiiOffiFor the Curlers .Curiers'.take leave, of their wives for three months this wwcnnk >n L, was cook In the mess kitchen WINNIPEXJ, Dec Zl Fixlu-a of Miners' Union No 574 Leth- Armisllco Noiernber U, as Can bndge ada's paj, Bradwin w 111- be urged ufcoa the' Dominion gov Arthur eranient bj the Winnipeg board pE (Cordon trade. Van coil ver and Saskatoon nave' James Curtis already endorsed the plan and the, I' and W Petley boards of trade in all other important cities of the Dominion Interd to take similar action It Is irtaled A ment, it'was stated, la'also on foot in United States for .holding their Thanksgiving Day on Ndv. 11. (The last fire are Wolf Cubs. Flectwodd School.) George O.'Rowo........... Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Trellvins Three Little Friends Anonjmous ..............r. 2300 1000 1.00 100 100 25 2.00 5.00 25.00 .05 10 .05 05 1000 2.M SOI ioe at Regina, she came to Lcthbridge, and here tho Iwo cooked for the monnties in the early days husband of. Mri Foaaey -was in the Life Guards in the Old Country be- fore be Joined fwhat 'was then the Royal North -Mounted'.. Pollge Me xvas at one time batman to the and with of ice the roarin1 game enthus With lasts -mil bo happy till a Chinook r the comes Games will be pliyed on all four sheets this evening, but the season proper will not get under way until Saturday when the- big holl day will see the annual president vs vice-president contest staged It's an.easy, matter to sympathlye with the poor when your pocket is empty. Tou can always depend on'the en- mity, of your, enemies, but there are u.ulvl..utt >4uuui, viii; ill m u ic vi MjiLjr u i. j. ij ymjrj] jgg Dill ttier6 STO Jantian, vvhich time It is hoped limes when vou cannot depend on the- that ?150 000 will have Deen reached, friendship ot your friends V giving new members Returns' received in the central office for De- cember 13, Wand 15 show 2iu nnL lected on thosa bringing (he- total to ,Tha following re turns arp reported from''. the Leth- muc-h will depend on tho kfnd of spring and oh-whotlier the 'farmers in making progress by seed ing timo in the formation of the for the prairie provinces and Ontario' 11 open trading is con 'Inued next >ear and tho wheat pool should fall through, it is considered more than likely1 that there will bo a considerable.-reduction in the -spring wheat acreage not only In Southern Alberta buj throughout tho west. bridge constituency :No doubt men are Just as foolish as women, ..seldom hear of a mnn suing a woman for breach of promise; O EOX PHONE 1615 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS" Business ENGINEERS, RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-8 Acrtdla Building 612 .Third Avenue South BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 WORTH-WHILE GIFTS Dinner Sets FROM Konney, }1S; Chas Hastings J74, A S Bnrnham, Jlilk "'-er, ?34, J H McTavish, H P sr, Coaldale John M Hensen, W L iludsoa, JG DON'T JORGET Top only place where you get your shoes'repaired by prac- tical shoemakVri Hutton Perkins <18A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Coloniar -i ncrtra ILK AND CREAM Have you Wed our pure, pss leurlzed milk and- Separated cream, fresh from the farm every day? Onr business has nuadrupled in the last two .nrmllis.' THERE'S Ar REASON. The reason is contained in tho goodness In our products Try ns and bo convinced. --Quality service: guaranteed. Servo both the North and feoutn (Vavds We aro jtlll making that fine quality ol butter you Ilkfc so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND We are olso a'cenis for tho Cardslon Creamery hfand o( (me, Afresh, 'satteiiHzea Butter, and have a stock on Thh butter advwiislnj; on the Lethbrlrffie -liirtet, and can only be obtMned 'us. Our phone' Is 1929'am) wo nro at jour service for'.'air Dairy Producta. Chief Ltd. LETHBRIDOE.i PHOflE Office and Plant, V2S4 6th Ave. 1.', It was at a Charity Dinner A careless waiter spil- led soup over one of the clergymen present, and after stutteiing a hit, the _ clergyman said, "Will some layman say Something to oc- casion, please." Sometimes tho chiropractor lacks words strong enough to make peojle see tho very prac- tical effectiveness of Uie'chrro- practlc spinal adjustment as a means of getting rid of tho cauto of disease. Tlio facia arc that chiropracuc adjustments do get rid of the caiiso of disease. Wo can demonstrate it in YOUll CASE Chiropractic adjustments Just at this'season aro restoring ,health to hundreds of sufferers from bronchitis, lumbago, lltls, influenza, coughs, colda and NO CHARGE Consultation ft'without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Shorlock Block, Phones 1677 antf 1441, i IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO ORDER YOUR Christmas Cake7 Pastries and Shortbread. Etc. Etc, AT THE CANADIAN UNION BAKERY All orders oyer 51 50 delivered to any part of the cliy, PHONE YOUR ORDER NOW TO 751. The Canadian Union Bakery It will pay you to try our "Canadian Maid" Bread and Buns, Mrs. JEAN WILK1E 14 HARVARD AVE, TORONTO. 4k 1 (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIDOE) Will be pleased to receive sub- scriptions, new or renewal, for the following: LADIES' nvmE jOunwAL ........J2DO PER YEAR SATURDAY, EVENING POST 3.75 PER YEAR COUNTRY GENTLEMAN....... 200 PER YEAR PICTORIAL REVIEW ............300 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING ......I '.......400 PER YEAR Christmas Gifts VALUE K. Pyrex Dish v Rochester to Rochester to Rochester Tea to Rochester Coffee Pots to Aluminum to 'AiUminum'Teir Keiiies io Alumirium to Aluminum Double Boilers to NO SHOW THE Hardware Co. PLUMBING A'ND HEATING Phone 762 -Prices-furnished on Other Leading Perlidlcals and application, A MAQAZiME IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT Solid French and Oriental Ivory, very best quality In cases and odd-pieces. Extra few of last year cases'at last less 10. per cent. Do nof forget our Toys and Dolls. Our rent, taxes and general expenses aro lower, therefore sell cheaper. WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK EVEftY EVENIHO THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE w. H. MCCAFFREY 414 13thf Street North Phone -145 This Is the Last Time This Coupon Will Appear, So Tear It Out Now Orders called for wili be lOc a pint less than delivered price. Office open until 1 p.m. Ice bricks will be 'delivered not iii ice, as they will keep firmly frozen V if kept outside. FLAVORS TO CHOOSESFROM Vanilla, Chocolate and Neapolitan, per pint Pineapple, Raspberry, Cherry, Lemon and Orange Sherbets, per pint, Maple TO CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. Wease.'dollver Name Address of rco Cream ot rco Cream Christmas Morning. CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 ;