Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L^^^f l^y^^^Hg^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' ^^^^^^ OUtceb Gt^cted by Agiiciiltifril �od6ty and J'^He'^Oe t(, . A^FaMWjtU to BIr. "'iHWtom Ont .0�b OorrMpottfant), .eAAMAK�AI� Dm. U.-^Th� ami (.mMtliiJt of Qanii�a(ra7 local~-6^ l|M:>y�;J'. A.'SxrlU be held lu tb�'op�n "^MfA TuMday Afiernooii; �fxt.' Mr. Trago o� Oltil^hen, wlll.i^l-the AiumMr on the subjacf ot ta();pi�poie4!^^hMt pool. iA tanwsU toclal waa held in the Tinwd ehnreh to bid farewell to Mr. I;tolUa/wJio .ha� �one.to Sunano. Mr;. llV�llc -occupl^ the chair. Maror Tear key, as well ^^8.r�preientatlTea of all tho different-branchOB ot church work, trith which Vr. and Mrs. Follia have been connected gare short addr�iaea.^ l?ie.young-iQien'B trio sane and a iiK# Mttle, progf^ was contributed, 'tta.' yfai serred at the conclusion. '^Alrd. J. I}...Hummon has lieen.elebt- READKl MERRY CHRISTMAS AKdealtural kM^'ViMn t__ DitflMvnJilaciMl; loit) John H ,i C. H. iBowinan, C:'*]�kByi C. W. AMERi^JlN, RfiD STAR AND r WHITE STAR L^NES fjlOM New YORK t � jBat*. , SSeimer. To Dec. 2i9laiCafioplc ......:IUly 'Dac. 29^iyrtiplc......Southampton �ijain. i^KVoonland____Plymouth . 'Jan. 5-h6�^�c........Italy - f^Jan. 8-l^iapiand ____'-.. Plymouth Jan. 12-^Gothland .....Danzig*.* . Jau. IS^^Manchuria _____Hamburg Jan;-15-Celtic ......-..Liverpool Jmi. lE^-^Pinland .. i . .Plymouth Jan. 19-Adriatic ......Southampton AJan..-22-rTZaeland ......Plymouth.- *A1bo to Cherbourg and Antwerp. FflOM^ PORTLAND ^in.'22- Eater, in the : evening ' Bom, by the wimii, "Joy to'the 'Warid.*' , V' Lord'a Prayer, all took part.' Chalrman'B ramarka, Mra. Cooper RedUtiOn by Bdcar Donning, ei Utied Clair Wamliig. Carol by �Uw SekltMlflr. Trlo.vsilent NUthC N�. S12. lUieitatiOn byHikBih Sdiledler; . matrnmental. OUdya RmlUtion. awed Oottfw. Choras by aokool. MotlW" of 9*1' em. No. m, � - ' Rebitatfon, NiiHt OWOre XtnM., �r Itanr Burnap. Notion Song, Snowfltikes. by ^Ifht children. ' .� Solo, Santa Olaufl; Verona mr4(Ad. Recitation by Lola ' Cooper, Vt Speech. / . . � ^^i^L/ Duet, "Away in. a. Nanger, no Crib tor a Bed." Mary Bnmap^�nd Mafgaret Wamoek. � . -.-v- , Chorus, "Hark the Herald AniMk Stag." No. 298. - " r . After the formal prbgram, Rev. -S. Pike moved a he�rty vote.of'thd'in#ay' to m ' thla f ttMsUea a rmcoilia. i rTkei^^her Ckrlatmac appa*k'ed.nal Harvester Co. The cold snap iihat started last Saturday may be Be!^a.osa^l!bji;bt|t It is all round winter tjtnte, The Sunday .jjctuiol , at Barons church held its annual ChrlBtmas tsee and entertainment on>:W�dneBday evening. D,ec. .22, at 5;0ft.__i!Jn.. It was about 20^.^610^ z^rOt'uiua hindering the usualllareaslipu^cSi' f]�>in itlie coun try. cpini^ i9,.-fouti the church was fmj^ jJond^j . AppIyanyJlallway or S,S. Agent or weU filled long before the hour anticl-terr" ^'���' 288^M*lu Street, pitldg great t|lng8� The foll^l^^^^^ Winnipeg. , program was th6 order dftSe evening? REPLIESl Replieg have been received lor the follow ingjBox Numben: OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASfi CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS ^ AH Money received in the Herald Football Competition is in prizes. **Buy at Home as follows: O Cai^d*;:BChooi;�aa.cIi tation. Eric Boswell;;. sottg, . 'ElMql Smith; 8ong,^Ethel and L6Is R^dkeki^ back; recitation, Eamon Lee; r6citi&^ tioti. Marguerite Smith; reclt^tljiinr Beatrice Lee; song, Nyda :^:ilas^n;~ recitation,:Mary Smith; flag dr,il.lv'ttj'r girls.of .the school; recitation,; ^olin Loewen; recitation, August Bosaarili^. sketch, Selling a wife,' by jpuiiil|8.;, song,' Mildred Bond;' recitation,- Gra^\ Selk; song, Irene Jones; recttatidfatl Eva Westergreen; chorus by ten nt�> ger boys; recitation. Marvel -Selk; chorus, Canada Mapleland, by, tf^tf girls; Xmas anthem, O' hush thee ihy babyv song. Ruby McDougall; act-; dress by Professor Boswell; cbbnifi,: Jingle Bells; Cod Save the. King. i . After, tbeprog'rAm �a^ta pame. He; was'very cold.froni-bis*long rfae'f bi^t; his j3heery spirit soon warmed him': up> He gave everyone a bag of candy etc., and lighted the Xmas tree. After Santa left the dance started and alt enjoyed themsji^ves. A collection was taken for the Navy League which adiounted to $60; expenses were paijd and $40 the Required amount handed to the good cause. Everyone was well pleased with the' entertainment. On the following night a similar entertainment was held in the Owens school. All had a good 4^ime. Santa was present there also and was as usual very generous. Mr. Coombs of the school - Is In Cardston spending the holidays with his folks. � : Mr. N. C. Tregloan is spending tjie^ week end in the city. Miss White of Owens school, la spending the holidays in Cardston, her home. T Mr. Darvell Perkins Is spending'his holidays in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Heasshic are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Nate, in the 'Hat.. On Dec. 20th the thermometer registered 30 below zero. All feel the cold most keenly, MOvSvSflPE TONOMEIW Impossible to Prevent Great Stream Reaching New World JpTyou have any article to sell, ""M? to rent, property to dls-of, or want to engage help, try a iHeraWWanlAd t fey bring results, and- re-l&ount. . , Try One Today ,8 centa per line (Ceuiit alx words to a line). Mini, num. 25 cents, aix ttnertlont for price of 4. . spendhig 18! months .and charttag the western y^?�^ell Sea and in carry-tentiflc work in the antarc-ihj will live during the en-in^^tents' and huts and #111 iifirasb meat on 'seals and -;rw^"�---^^^.fi w-ong^bkfl^p you TWO FIREMeM'tdSE , , Liy�i> IN ST. JOHN FIRE ST. JOHJil^Uij; S., Dec. 23.-Tyo flremen were .kilted sind four injured in a Are .which destroyed the Star Th6atrti tbcf�fyr.^,Crne of the walls collapsed ,bnryihg:ffce six wen under th^ debriSi:;TW-toB| ll6-u-�0 Sherioek HowB ma. S4, iMv. ppotatMMML PkOM IMf. FK'VATa MOaPITAkS THE VAN .HAARL8SM rav�t%,HM' pttal. 1124 Tth At*, a. L�ttikiUb� Pbotte 746. AeeonBiatatlm tor Mvi, (Seal, nadtoal anil mMnUtM.pn* tlcnta. 'PMvat* .nd . sml-pn^^ N^ma. KatM fSO.O*, StS.Ot mC'ISI weak. Wiit�.tor taionMitiw to Mil. U. U. Van Uaarlom. m�tKlm-f tdndeat . > f - MISS AILBBN M. lONBfr-PiiaaCOrto Playlns and Theory. Piq^ OBtOK ed fdr tho - examiaatioBa Ot th* Royal Academy, and Royal GpUag* of MuMc, j Londoq. England: IM - pai cant lAat yaur iiieeAaatU. ^'- ^ ^CIfa."^�r*aB 8PIRELLA h ayatem. whieh oavw ara tvery spot and allmtaataa po�> albia lajury to garmenta. glvlag bigh eiaas raanlta Special attaatlm. to eenatrT work. 834 6tb Streat Senth. Pbon* 1811. Collect Bad dallvwr. LOO BAM-CLBANINO. PRBBSniHI. Rapalrtag and altaratloaa walldoaa t reasonabla prlcaa Wa aall tttr end �allTer gooda. 889 7th St. Sontk. Phoaa 1528. OUNSMiTMa CUNAF^D ANCHOR ANCHOR-DONALDSON i MfeDItiEJtRANEAN CRUISE TTnder the auspices of Thos. Cook & Sons, and American Express Co. The S. S. "CARONIA" (20.000 tons), will sail Irom New York January mk, oB a SEVEN WEEKS CRUISE. MEDITERRANEAN and EGYPT. I, SAILINGS From � - . To . Portland,.Me. ..Dec. 80-Cassandra..........Glasgow New York......Jan. 4-Viuban............Liverpool N^ toJ-k.......Jan. 15-Columbia..........Moville-Glasgow Ns'w "Vork......Jan. 15-K. A. Victoria.....Liverpool New Ttorlt......Jan. '20-Imperajor..........Cherbourg-Southampton New York......Jan. 22-Saxonia............Plymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg New York......Jan. 22-Carmania..........Liverpooi Hilifax.........Jan. 24-Saxonia...........Plymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg N&w York......Jan. 25-^Aquitania .........Cherboure. Southampton New York......Feb. 1-Albania...........Plymouth, London Pull information concerning tlie Cruise and Sailings after December 30th can be secured from all agents or the Company'^ OBlce, 270 Main Street, I'Winnipeg. THE MORE ENTRIES THE BICGER THE PRIZES ANTARCTIC EXPLORER SAYS GOOD-BYE TO WORLD FOR EIGHTEEN MONTHS LONDON, Dec. 23.-Dr. John L. Cope, commander of the British imperial antarctic ,expedition, has sent Vhe following message from Port Stanley, capital of tho Falkland Islands: "Sailing from here December 30 with full equipment and dog's. Hope to laud at Graham's, December 23. All the jjarty well. Expect to hear from us in 18 months. Good-bye." nomms,nd�F a�M with four com-. CANADIAN PASSENGERS HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS Spokane to Portland and California VIA Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway RiNGMAKER/r r^l-'f^Air; WORK ...Diamond iJEWtLLERiA -.prciALTY K'SeTTER \w,,^/ 33I-S'-';t 'Watch feepAiRiNc lfthbridge .OLb COLD a-SILVFR BOUGHT Orr-ACETTI^EN15 WBLDINa W. N. KUTH. Comer 1st Are. and 70tli atrett. Eiectrlo Ufcbt *�� Ppwer Oon^HMtora Pbooe i�sa 401 stb m a. l^etlibridK* rurm T-lirtiHnt a Speciilty Contraeton rnr CleeUieal Work �b Oarilnton Tikinnlo. CrNSMlTHS ft LOCKSMITHS-OUM bamla atralgbteawl, cut nstocfe-d. tarn work-done by a cvnsmitb. bar* asad*. lodin repaired, bicyolea, lypewrltera, ktbonograpba. soy light naehloery repaired. lawn mower* barpfloed D. E. Macdonald, Indlaa Motorcycle Ag�ot Pbon* 1Q31 Ctb Btrvet. oppoalta Herald oIBm. DteORArtN'3 WETJ[JKOTOW BROS.-.Tk* tora Pap�fliaiiirer� u4 l^tntert. KalwintntnK. Oenerai DMonRin* ad nn WrttlBR BattnatM The eldest established patntera ik LetbbrtdiTtt. Res phoM 147t: offte* pkone 1761 8b�rla�k Bide, Utb-bndre. Alberta. A MBADS-PalBtlBB. Oeeor^BR and Paperbanictag.. Phoae �M. ntiii ATenne Sontli; 117r-� B. L.' COPEI.,AWO. TB. R. KENT. The Pyramid Deeoratlne Co. Ititapt tor deeorBting and paperbangtnc a ape. eialty Satisfied eustomera onr ehni Phone 1903. 61S 12th St Soath, PIANO fuNlHQ 0. H Cml^S^EXPERT~Ti;NBR--Player-'Pinno and Organ Repairer to years' factory eiportence Hon osrs Certiflcate M T Assn.. London England References to tlie leading musicians of the ol^y. Phono 116S 627 lOtr. Be 8. JOSEPH DAVIDSON. DBOORATOR. Bttabllshed 1999. Thirty-flTe years* ezperienee fa KxUS lor and Interior Deooratiag. Ml 11 ta bt South. Estimates free. Rea. Phone 110|. l^l-r-lS� rivers, and "THE NORTH bank ROAD" A wonderlul trip along the Snake and Columbia through the heart of tho Cascade Mountains. "THE NORTH BANK LIMITED" at night makes direct con ncction at Spolcane with the Canadian Pacliic Spokane Jnternationa! train, and arrives at Portland in the morning. "THE INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS" by day leaves Spokane in gie moniing, ai-riviug in Portland iji the early evening, allijwing auadian passengers an over-night stay in Spokane. ... Connections for California are made in tho Portland Union station. Trains leaving morning, afternoon and night. Sleeping car arrangements will be made, by railway agents or the undersigned: Details, etc., supplied W. D. SKINNER, " TraHfc Manager, Portland, Oregon. W, G. PAINE, Asst. Gen'I Pass. Agent, Sjiokane, Wash. Farmers When In need or any TRACTOB Repairs It wilt bs to your lnt^ est to try (J8. We have an up-to-date Macbtae Fbop and employ only first class .Machinists. Satisfaction In prica asd workmanship Tractor Cyllnderig regraand. aud fitted with over-size plstoni a�d rings. NIVEN BROS. 2ia 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROIIGHING GENERAL TlNSMITiflNG FREEL ft ELLIOTT Sheet Metai Worl��r� S36 eth St. Seuth Phnpe 17 is WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automobile Radiator Ra-cored before' the frost comes, with tha b^st' Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell ypjl' about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ' ANDY The Radiator Man .