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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 191D THE iJ-rrimmnfiE DAILY IIF.BAI.D PAGE FIVE nude and >eW. Alter tho close of lecture were sen- by tie Udtae.. Closing of Schools for Year is F. A.' and W. S r. W. A. Officers i Elected CFrora Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Dec. 0 tlie regular meeting of tha Women' Institute being on Saturday niter toon, Dec. ZOth, It wan a social meet toft. There wera quite a number o present and several other M ,woll nnd the time passed awa pleasantly In social Intercourse. Tha later on a delicious luncheon whU- had provided by the Eevora members wag served. The ruilltul that at least of the gentlemen accepted Ihe ftavitaUon to como and have a cup of and lunch. "Christian citizenship'" was the sub- ject ot the address given in the Unit- church last Wednesday evening by the llev. Mr. Powell, Calgary. Tho oo doubt was not large but apprecia- tive aQ'l closely as each point lengthy aW var ed one of 1st- with two ,olo.. oer was well received'and the pupils Indeed deserve praise far their eiTorta while the lenchera cerladnly are to congratulated on the result of. the confer mu Aon their work with the pupils. There wero two ChrMmma trees pretlllr dec- orated one on either side ot anrt the rear saago were nicely decorated with decorations. .Aft" the BlnglnE nt lhe national anthem Santa Clans oi on the soana'aad distributes tags of candy, n.ts .etc.. Intending not to forget one child in Ibe audience EnlwW that all c.UdrW -i-la-ht not be so well remembered, this Christ- mas as those.of Bow Islnnfl, everyone that they like'to help pats a little o( tWs cood cheer were PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAUE MEDICAL MASSAGE AND SHAMPOOS PHONE 1710 FLORISTS FRACHE BROS. Carnatloni Chrysanthemums and all icasofiabie ftcwcra. Floral Oifcla-is specially. Phone 1003 ROOFERS THE DIXON SMZET METAL CO. PHONE 1057 126 U11. MA'S US" Su( lo Drs. Marra and Uarra. 9 to 5. lligiDb'jtbam Block. Phone Z'H. ___ Bit. "URAO- tate N'oilh Dental VJnlvorj- Ity. CliSccRCi. Office, phor.o 755; res- idence phone 763. Offices: Union Dank OH. W. D. graduate of Ctui-apo College of Dea- tal Surgery. Alberia Mlock. above McLeoil Bros. Cio'.hlng Store. Ol UK'S. LLEUK 109 Sherlock Block. Tete- thotes: Off.'co aft; Ttcsldenct Dr. Connor. C19; resitienco ot Dr. 1090; residence ot Dr. r.secli.1007. Olfire -hours: 11 to 11 am.; to 3. iait' 7-to 8 p.m. i DR. and 115 Sherlock Eldg. Ot- lice hours evenings. 7.30 to 8.3d p.m. J'houna: Offlca 3U; resirence. 593. lice phono 1123. phona Rolling. I. SurprlMd By Rapid Improvement Troufeka End' "The best proof I that Tsnlac is the right thing tor me IB me said ,the way JL P. 'Ho.lfnRv, or 62 Flower Hill, ITohns, Newfoundtaiid, recently, Mr. Rollings lias been employed aa car- penlcr by Reoda Newfoundland vay Company for tcji "At lie lima I began taking Tan- "Inc." he 'continued, "I hundred and twenty- two pounds, -but now I weigh ono hundred and v fifty havo actually gained twenty-eight pounds and am picking up, both in weight, and strength. "I had been in ttic worst kind oC a fix for some lime and could get noth- ing to do me much good, If any. My nppetEte went back on me an'd my etohiach was in. such a bad fix that J could not oat or any of the more substantial foods at all. I had pevcro headaches and so run After Sinla. Claus was 'through dis- tributing candy ba'BB. the hall was made rendy' for the dance and for Forae lime, a fair sized crowd danced lo the excellent music, which was fur- nished by Mr. S. Y. Huret. The net proceeds ot concert nn'd dnsice will go (o the school sporla fund. Saturday e'rerflnEjhe.U. F. A. and U F W A. met inTne rest room lo elect'the officers for each of the soc- ieties for the year 1920. The V. F. A. officers elected were. James. Murray Hanna.. Ceo. Mends. Tho U. K. W. A. officers- elected 1' Janies. 1st Gso. .Thomas. 2nd Vice-Pres.--Mrs. A. D. Whitney R. McGregor. Board of .Herman Schonert, Mrs. neg. SliowHltar, Mn Geo. Mrs. John 5trs Wro. Ilyland. On Saturday evening Auclioi eJ Souls" was put on at the Kill Theatre as well as a'matinee In Ih attcrnoon. This play made one im iler-land more, clearly .as.' it was pic tured vividly tie terrbile alrocltle The Horrible Turt" has-been guilt: ot toward tie Arrtienlans. The executive of the local lion of Boy Scouts held a buaines meeting evening. December 22nd and a motion tSat -The Boy Scouts should dliband 'and then reorganb was passed. All former.Boy Sconl may sltn up an4 get their badges o condition ttat ther pledge themselve lo obey the Boy Scout .rules. 411 Ihe churches, held .services last Slbbath at the Untted Church one of the Junior members, Still assisted at services by readme the Scripture lesson. Mr Allan D. Tlolfe was l business visitor in Lethbridge last Thursday. Bob Arthtjrs had Miss Tda as a guest.for a few days uilly and-also denied his guilt of (her charges rondo against him. He been remanded on ball, penning ho inquiry into liis case, which will n nert week. LOST AND FOUND >en Ttcplvlng Mention The TT LODGES and telescope, .urn lo Herald ible reward. heavDrskii Fimler ulcasc re- and, VIADUCT LODGE, NO. 63, l.O.O.F. Meets evcrj- Tucsaay Night p.t Kieh [O'clock In the Oddlellows' Hall, Cor- ner 5IL Street and Fourth Avenue S. I Residence Office ____ Hand bag. be- tween Consumers1 Hardware and Hud- ou's Hay. Good reward, will be paid for return of valued keepsake, Mrs. Con'ybeare, Illver View. 12--0 brown suilcase, between Alexandra hotel, am! norlh road to Coaldale, on Saturday evening. Jo.OO tor return to the Herald office. ligbt bay mure, two yeaj-s old, star on rarcneatl. left hind foot white, about pounds, branded on right shoulder. He- _ ward for information leading iu re- covery. G. Rosenbaum, Box 106, Bar- ons, Alta, f STRAYED trom Sec. 12-9-18, onetmcE Ekin mare, colt by side; oue grey gelding; all branded on rlghl Uitgb. J5.00 reward for UUI leading to recovery, tleorge AV. Anderson, Barnwell, AltR. 1.0 Fan-is Service Agency Scientific Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. get Eulti. Everytbins in ancy. Prompt attentloa. 4 Acadla Block IMS DR C. M. graduate ol the Collefu ot Dentsl Surgery. Hours. 3 to 5. Of- Itco: Ttooma 3 r.nd 4. Eiapresj Ulock. four doors of tSa AJei- p.hdra hotel. Phone 410. Ofs. phone 720. DK. DIl. Dantls--- Graduate of aud Conner instructor ir: North- wt'stem Dental, School. Chicago. 111. Offices. Hls'niolham Hlock. Telephone 357. IJmira 9 lo 5.30._____________________________ UK. S. S. Dentist, sueclal-' izing in pyorrhea. Office, Suiiu 3, Bryan Ulock. Hours: 3 to 12; 1-to 5. Phono 1559. DlTTP. uate of Chicago College ot Dental -Surgery. Specialist in oral surgery and diseases of the inoutli. .Hours il to 12, 1 to 5.20. Suite :i. Oliver Illoclf. Phone 1139. O.F. LETHBRIDGH LODGE, NO. 2 Heels ever? Frlilay nlgla In Hie Odd- Hall. A hearty welcome ex- tended to all visiting brothers. lut ere she starte'd for her home reward. Ijirge Pcotch collie, dog, sable and white. Answers to name of Paddy. Please notify Miss Sanderson, care of R X Hill store. Any person fouhd.In posses- sion ol same will be prosecuted. in SaakUchewan. Mr. Healy was amnmoned home from Granger last week owing to his wife's Illness. Mrs. Andrew Anderson 'who T been "ill with rncumonta Is now Im- proving wo are pleased to report Miss Slater left on Friday for :Mac- leotl to spend .the holiday with friends there. Mr. Bert Baleman who has bad charge of Hi's Sunnymcado school for the past couplo- of months is homo now the school having closed. Mr. Taul Andet was a business vis- itor In town ori Saturday- rle wag looklns alter the Cote house recently occupied by Mr. Drapeau, now deceas- Clyde filly. bay, branded on right jaw. Likely In Coatda'.e district. Reward for return or__ information leading to recovery. W. A, Hamilton, Lethbridge, AHa, Phone 777 or 10GO. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE No. 792. Meets every second and fourth each month, at S.OO p.m. Women of Lesion Lethbndge Chapter, No. Meets every second arid 41h Monday in each monlli, atiS.OO in luo Moose Hrglnbothjnl' Block. Joint first Wednesday o? month. Whist drive third Wedcesday of monlh. Visiting brothers and sisicrs wel- Eyes tested; Difficult tastr, sptclaity. J. M. HENDERSON Cfficc at Wright's Jewelry Hpura: 10 to 1? a.m. and 2 to 5'p.m, CHIROPRACTORS________ SM1T1 and June B. you are and want lo icgafn heailb. take chiropractic spiuai adjustments get -rell. Ofilce, 205 Sherlock DM? Hours: 9.30 lo 12 and 1.30 to 5. Even ings by appointment. Phones Office. 1677. Residence. H41. REWARD for any information leading to the recovery of the follow- ing horses: Three bay marcs, branded on right shoulder, ages UK! three, seven, nnd nine years, HI and one black mare, "brand- ed on right Ihigh, indistinct; four years old. Earl Warnock, Uth St. S._____________ 9-6 nortii ot Stirling, bno yearly Bprins jald faced calf. All branded on left ribs. Liberal reward for ___ nformation leading to recovery. down and weak that I couldn't do Jusllcc to my vrork. I would get" so weak, faint and dizzy that I was acV jially afraid to mount the scaffolds. I-waa Tery nerroua and newly all my strength jual to be gone. One day while crossing; Ihe railroad track 3 felt ono of these dlzy snails coming on mo. I "managed to 'call for'help, hull fainted dead away, thing I Xnew 1 was home. I could sot a good night's sleep and that tired, worn out feeling wan with me, all the time. rMy improvement' since .1- bfltean using Tanlac has certainly surprised md, My appetite fs so big that I can hardly get enough to.eal and I have the least trouble with my stom- ach any more, ami when H comes to vork I can Iteep up my end.with, tha iieat of them. 1 am convinced that Tan- lac will heip anyone, whc tries 11 nnd I am glad to mako ttiis stalfrmenl for vhat H may be worth to others.'' TanTac Is sold In LrfrtJibrldge hy John Hlglnbotham Inirst by Uiamonrl Drug Stationery Htore, and In Warnfir by Der- north ot ono red steer, left ear off; Meats in l.O.O.F. hall for business and social first Wednesdaj; -so'ial four Wednesday each month. Visiting members welcomed. 1'iesl- dent, -G. W. secretary, E. Faunch, P.O. Box 57. BACK ACHE Unit 11 i A fiarmless and erTtclive ?rtpara- Iron 16 relieve the pains of Rheuma- tism, Sciatica, Rack and Lum- bago is Hamlin's Wizard OH. It pen. etnfcs quickly, drives out (crenels. and limbers tip aching joints aid muscles. Yim have Idea haw useful H Trill ke found In caici ol ercry fay ailment or mbkap; wnen there M nerd of an immediate atpxic': aaflicaljon, as in of kniiati, con, fcflnu, bite) Get IttrMi far M If not iatiined ttluin the bottle i-i fti Tour money back. Erer comtipiltd or hare Jnst try Wirard little riufc.tilU, M .Ciiaraiiletl eft. Miss Ryan of the Sampson school was In town on Saturday making some arrangements In with the Christmas Tree and dance to be held In the school house last evening, Deo. 22nd. Miss Hlld ot tho Seltz'distrlct was In town Saturday. Mr. Fred Jamleson's many friends will bo sorry to learn that be has been ill since going to Vancouver. At last report we were pleased to learn that ho was Improving. Hoso Hurlbcrt was R rlsltor In Medlclno Hat on Saturday. Mr. Mrs. Klencbls left on Sun- day morning for Texas, where they Intend spending the winter month i During their absence Mrs. Peppard will occupy their house. Mr, Mornen who has a Inrrrber camp at Calthnem, B. C., arrived yeslerday to spend a few days At his home. Hfr. Walter Wnlwork is reported to bo some better today, Dec. 23rd. Miss I.. McLaren left today to spend the Christmas vacntlon at, her homo In Medicine Hat. The 'Mtescs Fullen left today for Kanton lo xpend the holiday with frlendl. ,Mlss Mwon leaves tonight to ipend the holidays at her home- In T-sth- rlnc'3. Mr. Willltnn, J'nMlc School Inspec- tor a visitor in town today. Mr. Bencher will apend the holiday In Mrtldne Hat. Mr. and 'Mm. Tweedle, wen la town yoslerday. BIRTHS Born to Mr. and Mrs, McKee, Stirling, Alta. NOTICE The following properties will be sold by public auction at the Tllldic office at Grassy Lsko on Saturday, tlie 10th day ot January, 1920, at 5 o'clock Lots 23, 24, 25 and 26, Block 40, Plan No. 4556S, Grassy Uko, together with dwelling house, IS i 32 feel, and one and half-storey barn, 14 x 16 leet. Ixila 11, 12, 13 and 10, Plan No. 45553, Grassy Lake, together with dwelling house, 24 s 24 feet, and addition 13 x 23 feel, fenced with wooden fencing. A. .C. BARTON, Secretary-treasurer, Vd R Village of Grassy IRYAMDlNTffi Kothnan, northeast of Bow Island, on Nor. 11th, A Kin, BOTH, to Mr. and W. J. In Medicine Hat Maternity Hospital on Saturday, December 13th, ft .ion. MINO AND v PLEADS NOT OUILT IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the matter of the WIndlnj-Up Act, being Chapter 144 of the. Revised Statutes of and Amendino Acta, and In the matter of the A. Mitchell Nurs- ery Company, Limited, In liquida- tion: Pursuant fo the Wlnding-up Order in the mailer of the nbove Company, dated the 28lh day of November, 1019, tho undersigned will on -Monday, the 12th day ot January, A.D., 1920, 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at hln Chambers In the Court House, In the Clly of Lethbridge, of Al- berta, appoint the Trusts nnd Guar- antee Company, Limited, ot the cltr of Calgary, In thn Province of Alberta, or such other Corporation or person as may aeem proper, Permanent Li- quidator of Die above Company, and lei all parties then attend. aV QUEBBC, Dec. mite Dated ketbbriige, in Ihe ITov- head, chief of Ihe Dominion police In inco of Alberla, Ihls 16th day of D Quebec, who pleaded guilty last week cember, A.D., 1519. to the charge ot eabeiallng a cum of (Sfd.) J. A. JACKSON, 16 lhat of nol AdV J. S, C. C.P.R. Sailings ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Dec. 13 ......Oorsicati Dec. 19 3t Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Feb. 4 Keb. 12 Empress of Franrs Scandinavian Einpresa of Franca Victorian Scandinavian .Mctagnma Feb. 13 Empress of France Fob. 25 Vlciorlnn Feb. 27 ....Merita ST. JOHN TO GLASGOW Dec. 16 Prolorian Jan. 17 Pretorlkn Mar. 3 ..Prctorlcn (Paaiport applicator, form) filpplled.) Call or write for full Infarmv Hoc, C. P. K. Ticket Office. JAS. CORDON Aepot Ticket Aftant PHONE 512 on all other At- lantic llnea. CANADIAN PATHIOTIC FUND LKTH B HI Si3 Bher- lock Dldg. Phone 70t. Office lioura: 10 !o 4. Saturilay: 10 to 1. and Olfics, Shepard Blcck, opposllo Starlarjd Theatre, rooms 3 to 4. Office to 13 a'.m.; to 3.30 p.m. and to S.30'p.m.- Phoces: Office resiilenco 41S; S, Phuno 1494. ___ iaT sT" oTcr THO SI iisoN--pirYSic- lau, Hlglnboiham Block. Qff'M hours 11-13; 1.30-3.30; _Phones: Office 476; residence. DK. and Throat Spef ilist. Special at- tention to NToso and Tonsil Surgery.. Glacse's fitted. Hlgiii' both am Ulock, Lelh'brMge, orators. and Painlftra. KaisomlnlDg. Genercl Decorating Bud Sign Writing. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Kes. 1472; olflc-; phone Sherlock BldE.i 'Leth bridge. Alberta, L DECOKAT ing and Paperhanging. Phone (II 8in Are. S. 117-0 'GAFfBUTT BUSINESS COLLEOE 411 Eth St. South; Lethbridge Day and Evening School. Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookketplns and all Commercial Office Phone 131S. Reililence Phone of Principal 1511. for Fall .Intotroatlon. THB fYRAMJD DECOUATTNG Give us a trial when decorating. E. L. Copeland. Phone 1903. BAKERY "PRIVATE HOSPITALS HAARLEM PRIVATE pilal, 1224 7th Aye. 8., Letborlip. Phona 74S. Accommodation for >ur- 'glcil, medical arid _pat- ienls. PriraW and rooms. lUtea ?25.60. (30.00.. J35.CO a week. lor Informa- tion to.Mra. M. B. Van "leh. Euperin ten dent. ____ THE CAVELL For men! casea and-alf Blcknessca, vrUll eiceptlon of contagious with up-to-date operating room ra addition. Rates, for confinement, (2.00 a day, alter 13.50 a dajr. Grad- uate nurse- In chargs. 316 14th SL S. Phone 739. TUB MAXWELL PRIVATE 1IOSPI- 6th St S. -Phone 63J. IFor terms" and In formation' apply Mn. H. a. MaiwtlL MUSIC Tractor Repairs We ipectftUze in bo ring tractor acJ fitting overafiG pluloai and We TiaTa !a ttock at present for nil popultr mtteg cf Auto Cylinders Rewound NIVEN BROS. ?irt 1st Ave. ft, Phana 1722 K1RKBT Jk. CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK- eryt (or pastry that yon can depend upon being, mado on home-made principles. Klrkbr Co.. 3rd DRAYING Of AD Kinds WestttnTransfcrCo. Utrfttd OfflM ttaklM r. Are. S. Phone 16J7. WELDING -r Kulb, corner 1st Arenas ICIb and SPtRELLA Appointments MIS3 AILEEN M. Playing and Theory; pupils entered for the eiaurinations ot Royal Academy an] Royal. College ot Music, London, England.', last year wera Studio, 9111 Street South. MUS, W. H. piano bannony and theory. Pupils' recitals. Pupils trained for Toronlr Conftcrratorr examinations: If tlred. Stadlo, 1Z3S '5th Are. X S (formerly 5th Ave. A. S.) phone MRS. MARTIN 711 12th St. A. S. Dr. A, T. SPANKIE M.D, CM, Eye, Nose, Ear ancl Throat Specialist Office: ItMM New F. Burnt ftolltflnf. corner atk and Street B, Calcarr, OUIce. UNOEBTAKINQ T. s! PKTTRRLT-LEAL'INO FUJf eral .director and licensed embalm- er, molor.or horse driven -hearsa Parlors opposito Court House. Of- fice phone resfdenca 1176. Open nay ana night. TRANSFER VETEHAN'S' Oeo. Greg- ory, proprietor. 'Light and lieary draylng. Furniture reraovcn. CoaF and wood delivered, cod. 1317 Ut Avo. N.t Lelhbrldge. H. McO. YOUNG, of Voice, Piano and Theory, Pupils prepared for Toronto Conserratory eiarns. This year's unows three obtaining a Vpass." elereu fire "Ilrst class one ptipll the "Silver medal" for highest aiarta In her grade for the Dominion.-' Re- citals held Christmas. Kaster .and' June. Studio, 4MA 5th St.'S. CLA'IRE s. DOBLE Teacher of Piano and Theoryi 'also FLETCHER MUSIC METHOD (Simplex and Kindergarten.) Studio, V. M. C. A, CLEANING' AND DYEINO IB ft mm IST AC Spot Gash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture In Large or Small Conslgnmenfi WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS after 44t THlpVAI.BT SPECIALIS French Dry Cleaning. Our proctn eliminates danger of Injury to far mcnts. Only the hlshcst class work turned out. No dyeing, tmmedlit) attentfon (s glren to country onlera. 6th Slrcet South, 1811 T.CO PRESSINO. Kepalrlng and alterations well 'dwn at reasonable prices. We nil and deliver goods 410 Souili. Phono 1S28 M 1 ft ttD INI AD, OUMSM1THS aV 'barrels strafghteMd, gam ed, gnu work by a (uaadta. keys made, locks Mpyein. pbonojrapts, Hfalt 1 machinery repalreil, D. E. KtcdonaM. Atwit' INI opposite, ;