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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 1'HE LETHBKllHTp PAGE THREH Odd Pieces of Furnihffe Into rise s officers' for' the ensuing year, The following are officers 1921: Presl dent, 'Mrs. ;J. ;Rushwprih; vice-presi- dent, Mrs.' C.' Duffy'; 'secretary, Mrs. H. Grlgsby; treasurer, Mrs, Geo. Cal- dar; Last Saturday afternoon the Vfo- SHORTEST DAY BRINGS TABER (COLD. WEATHER (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Dec. the Buort- est day IE the year, was Bienaliied by Being Well Recognized of snow Coders, Count r> side men's iDJlltute hold their last meet- the coldest weather BO tar, the station icf. for 1920. "Mrs. Rolfe, the newly thermometer registering twenty- eitcted president, was there and wllh three below, in the early houre of 'all plans ready for. the meeting. This thiJ.morning. Zero weather followed was the special Xmas meeting. A Sunday's storm, and about 6 o'clock short program was arranzed and the last evening sixteen below was re numbers given were greatly iappreci- glstered, and more snow fell this atsd. 'Mrs.' Ben McWlllams forenoon, six Inches of enow showing sang a" duet with Mrs. A. 0. Gage as on the level. w-companlit; Mrs i (Prom Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND Dec. Kearfy here'and winter just came in time to.give the old Christmas ap- pearance. On Sunday morning were EUrprUed tp-cee the blanket of ueW and-all day-the snow kept Ml- tofXVJack Fro it. also arrived in fall force let realize that we sot: in California, although" we kave had .weather lately. However, the farmers are pleased to tbtok- the 'snow and .cold' have delay- ed their coining Cbriitmaa bells will soon be ring fag and nay.all have "a Happy ;Xmas. Chrlptmas r yet all1 join in wishing them a happy Mocktag Bird." Mrs A C iGagc give J tf prosp.ro.is ttao to MeUcine Hat a recitation which wat veil receUed c, J to Medicine Hat lhe end ot yw, and to him u t 4 fc t J tahM Vin Dittner, who baa spent h h WMhiaBton, Is feature of the meeting last Saturday j is the gift- which suitably decorated for the occasion Jn ibis each inem. ber put her gift neatly wrapped and b a cord attached Then all were M, Anihe member polled a cord ana Bow one ot the gifts This caused qaito a little amuEeicjat. Tho' Institute Is flatting a New Year and .'as. president we.havo Mrs. Rulte, who Is an enthusiastic Inst! returned on been attending St. Hflda's college She will return after the holiday Mr. J M Hughes a business visitor one day last week. Rev. -Mr. Taylor of, Foremost and Rev V M Gilbert were prevented r_ rvo> at tute, 15! filling each others pdlrfts last All we needtto make 1921 the d best >ear in the history of the Bow the Last_Friday evening a Xmas con-! island inntltute is to all work to- setlier with that end in view. Mrs jj with her two wee i girlies is leaving this pvenlng_for tho home of Mr and Mrs eert was given by the children of St. held an auction Bale in the rest room Michael's church in the basement, last Saturday evening to dispose of There was a sped program! given the different articles, which had been which was much enjoyed b> toe aufii- donated by the .members I, W Potter as auctioneer sue The U P. W.-A. and the U _ ___ _____ where Mr B DeLong will join the family for Xmas Miss Slater, who has been a of S G Jamleson for come i, j.ii ivim ._, has gone to Medicine Hat On Thursday evening; Dec 24th, ceeied in causing quite a lot of funi Mr M Calgary, was a busl the pupils ot the public school will as well as In getting very good prices I ness here last week, and while give concert In the 10 O F hall A for the different things for sale such nere Mr and Mrs Robert program, consisting of rcadlrgs, R.C! as pics, cakes, eggs, dressed chick Ecm tatlons, dialogues, drills, music, vocal ens, live geese -There, was quite a' and instrumental, will be given Show number in that the work pf teachers and pupils' The "At Home'f for ivhieh' invita is appreciated by attending the con- (ions were Issued by the G W V A cf rt on Thnrsoay night w -certainl? a great success The The i auxiliary of the 0 W V A large rooms were brilliantly lighted are planning a pleasant afternoon for up and arranged for v their, guests the children on Thursda) 'December Cards was the ganie of the evening, 28th It Is requested that as many but other arrangements were made in costume as can-do so Dur; for tnoso not plajing At the close Ing the afternoon games of various of the game ,the honors were given kinds will be'ptayed and Santa, who Mrs H Roach and Mr "3 Halpln has been delayed, will be pre t A splendid though short program sent 'or have a repiesentatlve there was given Among those who contrl to meet the little ones ;buted to this were Mr. 0 Ware, reel Ralnbowtentertilned the tatlons.jMr J Saints Ladies' Aid last Wednes and Mr two selec BBJ'cafteraoonj "serving" refreshments during the afternoon A splendid liinch Tvas served by the The United Ladies' Aid met with'members ot the'.qWVA. while the 'Mrs J B Still last.Thursda) after- members of the auxiliary assisted Me- PRQFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Yibur Eariii If yotf have any article to seH, rooms .to property to dis- pose of, or want to engage etc., try a Ve make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 51.00 an 01. Salway Hair Factory. Cardsion. Alta. -1 Herald Want Ad They bring resulfc, and suits count. Try One Today DENTIST DR. O. J. COtJHTICE. Dentist, former, ly of Leihbrldge. has located at 679 Oranvllle St., Vincauver.-R C. Phone 3ey. 9300. Opposite sun's Bay Co. noon, about 16 being pre-ent It was Those who are fond dancing Toted to send a donation to the fund spent a couplo of hours at {hat picas fcr _the suffering i Chinese At the ant pastime close of the business meeting a dalutyj Those who social fjnction was1 served Mrs A C Gage in charge may well feel' gratified at the United Aid on Jan. the success of their planb Mr add Mrs Jamieson from Bow Island last Wednesday to ISlh; "1921: I1 The auxiliary of the B W V A rfjrf at the home Bf the secretary Sharpshooters' Squad Scours New York 'Police-Shoot Bandits on. Sight NEW YORK, Dec with repeating rifles, twenty sharp-shooters of the tyew York police force tonight scoured the city In autos in a for bandits. 't Each .sharpshooter, a picked .man from the police ride squad, was ac- companied bj; three detectives and a uniformed; 'Under .orders to shout every suspect who attempted1 Medicine, their home, M'rs Anderson', First Avenue, last will be greatly, missed here where t highways" and byways of the to make arrange -ruw., H rpents concerning the children's af they hare identified themselves with everything that w.as for the good of tcrioon, Dec 23th, and also to elect the town_ Whilowe shaUjniss them. A Christmas Wish WE beg to thank our Customers for their 'business of the past year, and trust that we may be ofrstill greater service in the New Year, Ihe Royal Bank of Total Resources t E Mackay, Manager Branches also-'at and Tabef. throughout the night, i Other drastic measures to' :cilme wave, which today swept bejond the cily's border Into New Jersey towns, were launched by poHce officials am judges: After a conference-.wlth'judges'-of the general sessions courti Assembly- man. Maurice Block, announced '.he will prepare a bill-for. introduction In the legislature to' provide a maximum penalty of life imprisonment for rob- bery and burglarjv in the first- degree, where a.weapon is found onjthe of- fender J i ,8 per line (Count ilic words to a Mini; mum, 25 (hi fer price v REPLIES! Replies have been received1 for the fojlow ing Box Numbers: i OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS t r- emor In, Council shall ba binding on all shall' permit-snch. works without hav Ing previously obtained lhe approval territories into building municipality may commission shall renew or esemp- treal to be made by experts and tions of property from taxation with out the ap'proval of commission" plan to be prepared line and dlroccjfai along which trunk when required by'futn're Of men normally employed n only. are now This' plan'after having beenapprovedbyHhe Lieutenant-Gov HE SEES WITH EASE Foreslghted men never allow them, selves to get farslghted or even near- sighted. At the first indlca'.'on of Impaired eyesight they come to J. M. Henderson anrl get their vision per- with proper glasses. J. M. HENDEKbOK Care, of Wright's Jewelry Store. BR. 3. fe OSTEOPATH10 PHYSICIAN. I1H8-20 Sherlock Boon IQ-lli i-4, u4 by appointment. Pool. PR'VATI THE VAN HAARLEM Private 7th Are. a. Pfcooe 148. Accommoamuoa Icr 0cal., Bedleal and Private nl room.. UI.M aad IX wetk. Writ? tot ntormatlos t> Mil. M. Vu lUviam. JttO F. H. BIGHT 8PTCIAU9T 327 5th Et S.' Oppotlte tie Ktaprui. Bn. SHRELLA CORSETiERE For. Appointments PiitHle 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Avc. 6., Cor. 14th 8t. MISS AJLEEN M. Haying, and-Theory. Ppplls, enter- ed for the examinations of tie Royai" Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100' per cent tut year, succesifal. MRS. W. H. ;ot Hano and Theory. Pupil., prepared for the Toronto Conservatory y T. J. McNamara, minister of labor, amending lhe unemployment insurance, The Measure rapidly passed through all Its btages In tho lower house. THE MORE EMTRFES :THE BIGGER THE PRIZES v Vancouver Woman Was Down in Bed With Rheu- matism, She lac Completely Restored Her Health. "When I started taking I was EO bad off I just had to waited on like a.child, but the medicine has so restored my health that I'm up doing my housework and am feeling just fine in every said Mrs W. Wager, of 1821 61st Ave. .Vancouver, B.'. C. "Before t got Tanlac I had rheu- matic pains all over my ially in ray back and neck, and snffef- ed.mofe than words can'express.- I was down.in bed help- less, anrl at every move the pain was almost unbearable.. Some .days 1 rnanageJ lo sit up, but I couldn't ever. !sco my shoes and just had to sit in' one position. My appetite' wag so poor I bad.no desire to eat, and had such "aw ful .headaches .and a times became so dizzy, I could hardl; what was going oil around me. never knew what'It was :to'git''a'gobj night's. Bleep, and .was suffering so inuch I was, just about ready (6 glvi UP._ _ .-I the way Tanlac has relieve! me of my trouble and restored m: health Is nothing less than remark able. I hare a splendid appetite now and have picked up wonderfully I weight and strength. I never hav an ache-.or pain.of any.kind and ai now, looking after'my housework wit perfect" ease.: Tanlac has certain! been to me, and 1 jus can't praise it enough." Taniab" is sold in Lelhbrldge by D. Hlglnbotham and Co., Lim druggists. L Wide Powers To Be Giren To The Proposed Metropolitan Commission MONTREAL, Oe'c. Import am advance in tho project of .estab- lishing a metropolitan commission was reached yesterday In lhe" com- mdtee's report which was unanimous- ly adopted by the joint committee of the charier commission, "The metropolitan commission shall have lhe power (o regulate plans for the openrnE and conslntctlon of i all marts, streets and drains, so, that tho roads'anti drains of each municipality may properly conned with'the'.other and also all other public Iraproverilenti' which may iKtsl- more lhan one uunlclpallt; BO CANADIAN PASSENGERS HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLCUDIp TRAINS Spokane Jo Portland and California VIA Spokane, Portland Seattle Railway "THE 'NORTH BANK ROAD" A wonderful Irlp along the Snake and Columbia rivers, and through lhe heart of the Cascade Mountains. "THE NORTH BANK LIMITED" at night maVea direct con- nection at Spokane with (he Canadian Pacific Spoiano International iraht.jnul arrives at Portland In the morning. INLAND EMPIRE by. .day leaves Kpoknuo in the morning, arriving In Portland In ths, early evenjng, Canadian passengers an over-night stay In Connecttone for California are made'in the Portland Union sta- tion. Traliia leaving Sleeping. car arrangements will be made. Details, supplied by railway agents or the undersigned: W. SKINNER, Traffic, Manager, 1'oitlAnd, Oreg6n. W. 0., PAINE, As3t. .Gon'I Pass. Agent, Wash. 3'31 SVst. WATCK RtPAIRrNG LETHBRIDCt OLD COID a 5IIVER BOUGHT OXT-ACETTLENB' WELDINO W. N. KDTH. Comer lit anfl OnNSMTTBS barreli no work Cone by gutumlth. locks repaired, blcyclet. trpewriten, phonograph i, any ibaehUery npaired.- D K. Kacdonalrl. Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 1033. CU Herald ofEce.. WKUJNOTON toft art ParBteri Onml Deeorathilt tin Wrttlnt KittnitM The dtatllihed palaten la phwe !I7I; otflci CterlolK LMk- SUPPLIES .r.oetrto LIrtt art Power Phone Ilii JL ant Fipmfaaaftac. Phone tA ATeeie Booth. si Utibtiaie Tim Mrtttin'% Specialty Centnetora tnr KleeMctI Work M PIANO TUNING Q, -H.' and Organ, Repairer 20 years' faciery experience. Hon- Certificate M. T, Ann, Lonfloo. England. References to the leadlni muilcltns ot the city. Phont 11SI Farmers When In need of any TRACTOH Repilre It will be to your eit to try US. Wj have oh op-toxlate Mscnlot Shop employ only .VlaciiliilsU. Satisfaction In price t sd workmanship. Trnclor Cylinders rtrrrouna. lull titled Mlh orer-elza plttoru NIVEN Ave. 8. BROS. Phona 1732 t L. COPELAITO. B. a. KENT. Peeorattng Co. for aecornllng and paierhaudng a elaltr Satisfied oar aim. Phone 1903. 12th Bt JOSEPH DAVIDSON, Established years' ta BiUft lor and Interior Deooratlnjc. Hi bt Booth. BtUmitee trM. Her Phone 1104. WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your'Autoino- bile Radiator Restored befors, the frost, comes, with tho beai Honey-comb Core obtainable In and let us tell you about It, or ask someono'who has ono.t. They STAND Uf. ANDY The Radiator Man 12 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. Gurnty-Oxiord EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TlNSMITHING FREE ft ELLIOTT Wsrtnift CU. Et. Phone 1711 L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I, M. COOMBS ,Doris PHOTOGRAPHE .1214. THIRD AYE, SO, ;