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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 MUSIC CO,, tm "tvsryttetfii MMMaV tti-Streirt Routli Phoita 1548 BAIL The Stokes Drug Coo, Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL RHONE 1487 Hie Season s&ee^s We sh�ll be glad tfo send one of our calendars to out-of-town people ^on request Motoir l�^o., Ltd. JSVERYTHINQ F0R�TH1 AUTO A Veiy Kl^rry Cbrtstmast is otir sincere wish to everyone THE GOOD CO, LTD. WH0LE8ALB AND RCTAIt HIOH CLAM OROC�ltS-STORES At i-tTHBRIDQK AND TABIR. t [|imgfaiZi2iyaBiaraiziaiB we extend to our patrons .^d' friends best wishes for a merry christmas Jk�E WEATflEK Vancouver .... .... 45 Victoria .......... 44 Season's TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LIMITED Wholesale and ReUII Chemists rh.9 ^ftMCOft^ liter* Phones 322^-^1515 Lethbrtdoe, Alberta, Canada . Moosd Jaw ........ -3 Reglna ........... -3 Saskatoon .... .... 4 Edmonton...... 0 Calgaiy ...... 6 Medicine Hat . ..... -2 Lettabri^ge ....... 0 Winnipeg .... .... 2 The veatber the past Iiourshas .been fj|ir and cold In 'tfae whole -west snov in Alberta. Forecast Manitoba-Fteir and cold today, Saturday l^nt local snow but mostly ftlr with Btatloaary orjittla higher tem^ perattire. 30 Rain ' 39 Kain �H Clear -15 Clear -6 Clear -8 Cloudy -4 Cloudy -6 Snonr. -17 Sndir -4 Sncnir twenty-toiir moderately! Tvith light GREETINGS ! Prairie Sub-District of the Judicial District of Edmonton." NmESIDENIOF iN WORKS iRE J. E. Davies Becomes Qead -of the Company in Reorganiza-. . tion~-To Remodel Plant f Everybody MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1176. CITY AND DISTRICT Prjocess Issuer W. D. Goodslr, of Carmangsy, has been appointed a process issuer. Has Lot of Jobs n. p. Wallace, in addition to hia other duties at Edmonton, has been appointed Deputy Clerk and Sheriff and ReglBtratlon Clerk for the Grande yNDERTAKl^Oj ' MACKAY PARLORS MS Third Avenue South-Phone 1802 HAY and GRAIN Quick shipment at low prices. TIMOTHY ALFALFA PRAiRIE STRAW GREEN FEED.. OATS-IJulk or Sacked. Cull 1244. F. 0. HYDE & CO. LETHBRfDGE Doll Carriages $5.25, $6.50 and $8.25 Dolls____35c to $10.00 Teddy Bears. .$1 to $12 Kiddie Kars, .$2.75 up Scooters........$2.00 Sleighs, Velocipedes and Toys of all kinds. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLDG. Phone 1265. No Men's Meeting *t "V" Sunday As 80 many of the men are going out of town for the weak-end,, there -will be no men's meeting held at the "Y" this Sunday. Ifwili, however, be held as usual the following week. '^May every tonfled-for 4r�iun ./: come true And bring you happy'blasslnos, too; May every .wish for which you pray Be yours this merry Christmas � Day." THE RED CROK DRUG & BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock^ BIdg. Phone 555 iii Season's Greetings Msy-your Christmas Day be melrry, ^ MayVour New Year's Day glad^' May the days that follow after -B6 the best you've ever had. Salvation Army Sunday Services On Sunday at the Salvation Army citadel special Christmas servicoB are being provided. In the; morning, at 11 o'cloqk Lieut. Ede will speak on "The Guiding Star." In the �venin?; atj.30 j ;h^A^ieru"Foundry,"and MaVhilne Co" Reorganization of the directorate of the Lethbridge Iron Works, Ltd:, to bring the management closer to the plant, was announced today by J. E. Davies, new president of the company. Heretofore Mr. C, A. Magrath has been president of the company, with which he has been closely connected for years, but he has felt for some time that lie could not exercise proper control of policy from Ottawa. As a result Mr. Davies, who is president of the subject will be "Why ip.a, Man- aie'^Irino Hat, has become interegt-ger?" and the speaker svill be Adju- i - tant Hardy. Selected Christmas tnusic will be rendered at all services.  All are welcome. ! ed in the concern and has taken the Appeals to Ulster to Set An Example-Crimes' Blot on Christia.nity Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, -Ffneral Notices. Cards of Thanks, In Memorlam, ca^ ried In this column at 10 cents ^er line, each Insertion, minimum 60c, payable in advance. Died BOISJOLIE-Died in the city at Gait Hospital, Edmond BoisJoHe of 1 Barons Alta aged 61 years. Died De presidency. Mr. Magrath Will con-j ,,3^' 22nd. Funeral will be held at tlnue his- interest in the firm as vice-president, and V. W. Parrish, who is secretary of the Alberta Foundry and The Old Wish- a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year The EDGETT Agencies Limited Bfifmoral Block, Lethbrida= 5 PKONE 651 i rnsuraiTca and Loans iBe Sure It's a Beard Cornp^iny MERRY CHRISTMAS WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. Opp. Bank of Montreal. BELFAST, Dec. 24.-Sir Edward Carson, the Ulster Unionist leader, in a Christmas message to the people of Belfast says : � "I am afraid the present Christmas in many parts of Ireland finds little subject for congratulations on the peace that ousht to reign at such a time. The crimes and outrages which are doing so much to ruin the fair name o� Ireland are, in themselves, a lilot on that I tiie birth of which we celebrate at 1 this time. lM\t let our prayers be offered that a Kreat change may soon ; be brought about, and let us in Ulster ' try and show by example the carry-I ing out of the doctrines of the religion . to which wo adhere to the great hene-I lit of all the people and to the glory j of Christianity," Made Lot of Arrests CORK, Dec. 24.-Military forces yesterday raided the village of Clon-dulane, county Cork and made 24 arrests. The prisoners were taken to the barracks in Fermoy, a mile and a half west of Cloudulanc. Machine Co.. Medicine Hat, is the new secretary-treasurer. William Bar-nacal will continue, aa manager of the plant. ' "We will not make any changes just at the present time" said Presi-1 dent Davies to the Herald ttrSay, 'but in the .spring, it i.s our intention to remodel the buildings and make the , plant as modern as :posslble. I believe I there is a great field for such a eon-' cern in Lethbridge. as, it is in the midst of a big coal mining field. My ; -; .______^ old home town in Nova Scotia was "^^"t bereavement, somewhat similarly situated with regard to the mines and built up a very lucrative business. We hope to sec Lethbridge Monday morning at 10 o'clock In the Catholic church. Father McCaffery officiating. Interment to take- place, in the public cemetery. Mackay Undertakers In charge. 687 Consume' IMwjffe & : BiviiwH Pivna: 1212,1919 TO ONE ANb ALL WE EXTEND THE COMFIj:. MENTS OP THE SEASON. 0|Kn Suniday Honrs Oiristmas liay 2toiand7lo9 THE fRMK HEDLEY DRI^^ ,PHdNE 772. V PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. .1' Campbell, Wilson & Home, Mr. Scott of the City Bakery, Western Grocers, Lethbridge Mercantile Co., and D. & R. Wilson. .688 with many. FattcySii^dtoces,. briisht-music, pretty costumes, solbs and choruses, will make^HP the program. - 10-2 IN MEMOBIAM In loving memory of my sister who fell asleep Xmaa day, 1918. Peace, perfect peace. K, Chrlstlson. 12-1 CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor wish to express their thanks to their friends, that were more than kind, in their re-Also for the following floral tributes: Mr. Walter Ross, heart; Mr. and Mrs, Georg,e -.----^ .........^,,. ^____Ross, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. George ure thi.s bu.siness for our Lethbrldse i Kerr, spray; Miss Agnes Kerr, ANNOinvCEftlENTS , - ...... 1 --- I Xmas Oreetlng Cards i A few more days to order Xmas j Greeting Cards, with your name and greeting. Delivery made same day as ordered. Everall's Ltd., 3rd Ava. south.  638 Miss Chrissle I. Gardner, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial massage by appointment. Phone 739. Suite 5, Higinbothanf Block. 70 A few cars of usied lumber, suitahle for sheds, fences, outbuildings, etc. For sale cheap. Yards: Lethbridge, Coaldale, Chin iandi Barnwell. P. Lund & Son. Phone 1S16, Lethbridge. ... 597 Skating,at rink Xmas. afterfioon from 2 to 4 p.m. AdihiBsion 26 and 15 cents; Xmas evening iroin 8 to 10,30 p.m., admiaaion 25.and 35 cenf$. Bands in evening. Phone 1849. 12 *WE ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUtL" Many Styles and Prices \ EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;