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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALLTBILOCAL IflWI WHEBE TOV EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TIC HERALD'S PAGE Or UTE LOCAL NfW8 MONDAY DECEM BER 27, LETHi'RIUGli, ALBEHTA. PAGE SEVliN Christmas Was Home Folks' Day This Year; Merrily.-But Quietly Celebrated By All in Lethbridge -v reu's Aid board and the Rotary club IJOUDle cooperated to see that.the six lltile made happy. The Ideal Weather Makes Holiday Real How it inriiates were made ..tawy. >Ti i i-i i. Knights of PythJaa also helped by oro- Was Institutions a number of splendid toys which will belong permanently to tha Institution. A Chrislmas dinner was Were Busy Folks. Christmas, 1920, Is over. Lethbrldie celebrated It as If the taan who invented ..the coinbiaailon "financial depressioa" had been .heard of. It of the finest Christinas FARMER TOO GAY JUST ESCAPED A JAIL SENTENCE For Indecent exposure on Third Avenue 6, at quarter to one on Monday morning, and thereby horrifying a.nd scaring a young woman, Alva Q. Hillam, a farm er of the Coildale district, With roll of odd In hli potsession, appeared at the city police court this (Monday) and war fined with costs, at the same time narrowly escaping prison serred In the approved 'style, with' all the and' a' Christmas tree yielded- up a surprising number of gifts. "vr: -'fv At the At the Jail 'Warden Rivers had seen! to It'thalhU1- ISO guests did not tor-j though they might] elsewhere, The __ _________ _______ pas the 'important' feature7 of the day '..but Inmate was alto presented: with a bag ton-' talnlcg candy Registering Well Over Zero for! Two Days Changes Tactics 1 i l1 Fifteen Chrlitmas- Day, eleven helow.'ba Sunday and above thd: brand of. weather the official 'in the weather bureau is handing to .Southern hertans A' change of 50 degrees'within 24 hoiira fills.all '.requirements'.'-' in it i j-' Christrqaa dayln Letjabrld ge; was well zero line with 8omo the anpw falling. saifif: untUPweUl sputh- t gentle; Chinook. It didn't remain gentle long, the win d reaching t official, thormomelei- mehtal Farm .registered.34 .above and a high .velocity during the 7 o'clock thjs, morning the at in the pji-iqjnpi it went to 39. The snow was tegiuiiing to melt, anil with the wind there was a sprinkl- ing oi rain. The Ice "men! who are'waiting for their winter harvest, -the' .curlers, skaters and ho ckeyists. ate'about the only ones who are -worrying much about i" BOY DROWNED MONTRBAL, Dec. Par- ont.'lS years of age, of-Chautapiy, re-1 turning home frojn-, ekatlng, slipped down. the embankment into an un-, irozen part of the river and was drowned. WU1 Be Three Days at Legislature at Ed- monton Boys Four Lethbridge boys, Carl Sanilquial, Carl Prosser, Jamie Denoon, and Alan Hamilton, and the representa- tives from Cpaldale, leave for Edmon- ton this afternoon 16 attend the Boys' Parliament. Mr. Petley who has been promoting this Parliament locall) nill accompany the boys.- The Parliament meets for its first session tomorrow morning at 9.30 In the council chani be'r in the Parliament Buildings at Edmonton. The parliament :will meeti for three days and of rep-l reBentatives from all the districts in the Province and are'- Lays elected to go by' ballet. They will he' back nest Friday at noon and will' make their, reports to the Conclave to be In the next Friday evening at 5 o'clock. j The financing of the trip for the boys has been; taken care of b> the Rotary' Club. which has donated ?BQ towards the expenses', and several cit- izens Interested in the movement have! helped ;diit, Mr Petley wishes to thank all have contributed to tKi's well deserving movement. The boys will come back feeling that they can great deal to the sue cess of the hoys' work in. this city It will also be a great source "of educa- tion for them. The main idea per mealing, the Parliament is that we must get the boys to take on a large responsibility their own program. LAWYER BURNED TO DEATH MOOSE JAW, Dea D. H Cole, a lawyer of Wolseleyi Sask., and a wo man, Mrs: Anderson, "whose address is unknown, vere baraed to when fire of unknown origin de deatS I.etlibrldge Good Fellows and those who. helped did themselves proad this" y'ear. The total of the Herald Christinas Cheer Fund when the closing contributions were receiv- ed on Christmas Eve was largeBt'amount subscribed In the, history of, the fund. It was a splendid success, and sets a mark to shoot at another- year. StartingTa few years ago In a small way, when was an outside figure, the fund has-grown till for the last three .'years it has gone steadily over the Jl.OOO mark. Two years ago, Just after was slgn-l, the high water mark was reached when over was collected Everybody was in a generous frame of mind. But the. example had been set, and last ysar the total of This year the 1919 mark was beaten when was collected, nearly better than last year One'reason'..for; the increase thltl year was the teellng that a period of depression was being experienced when hard time's for many families cpuld-'not be avoided. The Cheer Fund has come to be air institution which belongs to.Herald readers. They take a prido ia it and the iesull (hat an Immense amount.of good is done. The money-la distributed .through the Nursing Mission, not In raonej but in Christmas cheer in the first place, and.In actual relief during the winter season It kind of-gpod- fellowship and (he splendid results obtained cannot rbe computed At the closing of Ihe fund it stood: Previously Alleen Waddlngton. "2.00 Jeff t 2.00 Mr and Mn F Waddmglon 5.00 Hoyce, Edith Josephine and Marjorie Craig........... 5.00 R J R. Patterson 5.00. J Bawden 10.00 Charlie- Dawson t .55 Imperial Oii Co. Gets Enough to Supply Fuel For Oil Drilling Calgary JJan Makes Change Takes Place'At V Fellow Alleging to be From Georgia, Boasts'of Record Total a shack at 274 Athabasca street Sun- day morning. Police and Bremen say the. fire .was started the overturn ing of a lamp. Two whiskey battles were found in the debris. REDUCE WORKING EXPENSES Dec. dent Rea, of the.Pennsylvania Rail" system announced today that pre, sent business conditions '.'will ueces sitato further reductions in the num 'her of employees and in the working expenses and capital.ezpendttures un til situation improves." i J B Leadley, chosen city clerk of Gu'elph, to succeed the late Mr. Moored WE SELL MtVllNLEY EDITION STANDARD SHEET MUSIC iND INSTRU iELECTIONS 15c VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL SELECTIONS. PER COPY wmmi mmmm 514 FOURTH AVE, SOUTH BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 WORTH-WHILE 'GIFTS Cups and Saucers AT KIRKByS SUPERIOR HOME-MADE BREAD lOc You get satlafactlpa and pleasure In every allcs. KIRKBY'S 3RD AVE. SOUTH. SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Also Silk Shlrli to SIUMOW Moved to 416 4th Ave.S. O. COX 940 PHONE 1819 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS ICOO ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON ANDCO; 6-6 Acadla Building Third Avenue South ILK AND CREAM Have'you tried onr pure, pa a-' teurlzed milk Eoparated cream, fresh from the tarnf day? Our business has quadrupled in tho lart two moTilhn.' THERE'S A REASON The contained In the products. Try- ns and bp convinced. -Quality and service goarantced. "Serve both the North and South IVards. Wo are etlll making that fine quality of butter j-ou like so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND Wa aro also agents for the Cardston, Uream'ery brnnd of fine, fresh, pasteurized Butter, and haVe a stock on hand. Thli biifttr nccd.i no'advertlsiPB on Ihe Lethbrldse harked and can only to obtained through us. Oar. phono is 1920 ant) wo are at your service for all Dairy Chief Creamery Co., LeTHBftioae, PHONE 1929 Office and Plant, 5th Ave, A, South, 'A strange tale was told Chief Gilles- Pie by Individual of the nanio of J. H. Charlee. wb-O was sent' up oil ChrisImas eve'to Christmas as a guest-of'Warden Rivera at provincial jail. ;He confessed thatjie was a-murderer of a" man-la Georgia by BhpolinB 111 ra'and'that for tho of- he had been sentenced IB lliat state, to a m'aximum" of ten yearii in the Jail had won the con- fidence ot, the'j prison, authorities by good condact and had been made a trusty. .He, however, abused the trust that had been reposed lit him by es- capingiand coming to' .Canada. The rigor winter was too much for him, so that he was not able to do any work, 'and so found himself In. the hands of this city police, .with a sen; tence of. ?0 ditys passed en him for being a-vagrant. The Chief Is in com- munication- wi th: the. prison au thoril lea in Georgia to'test the truth, or other- tho man'e atbry, DOUGHTY TO fTECEIVE 7 .PRELIMINARY HEARING TORONTO, Dec, Doughty, charged; the theft of bDnd? and with conspiring-, to. kidnap Ambrose J. receive his preliminary: Hearing before 'Magistrate Den I son on Thursday afternoon of this week. DON'T FORGET The pnly'place where you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers ts at Hutton Perkins 4ISA Fifth Street South phone 693 5 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Word cometi from ,Fischer Creek that the Imperial OJ1 Ihelif' well on Dry Fprk, ebuifi at Pincher Creek, has struck; a.flow of natural gas In tha wejl whicli is suf- ficient to provide fuel for furttor drill- ing. This Is the farthest Eouthweit iiii the province that natural gas. 'has been struck. The near halfway between Pin- cher Creek and Waterton and the strike has the company In its prospecting "in 'tho southwestern fleld. :.The Imperial is drilling another well about due north of No. Z, in tb district wtst 'of Nan- WatrJiOatFbi' The public, and particularly store- keepers, arc warned, against couples In various Innocent are' trading on the keen desire ;-for -Am- erican money, to get exchange, by the tqo'ayaHpiouii. The plan of procedure Ic to niaki zmall purchases al" sloreu. ;nn'd ihen: otter American bllis to Ike tune of twenty dollars which have been skilfully raised denomination of tho change in good Canadian 'money. Chief. peg, has advised the Chief.'Of-Hoiico Announcement was made moralng by Manager Kea Bluhop the Phoenix Theatro lease baj bceij) sold to W, C. Angus of Calgsr? andi that the -chang3 in ownership wo'nWJ- go Into effect at the end of the Mr. Bishop and bis Calgary have owned the Phoenix, formerly Starland, for. about nine months andr have placed it upon a steady paying' basis With'the result that sale.' netted them a.nice profit. ;'Jf Mr. Blshpp states that he intends' to re-enter'the producing end of dim hUBlncsB with which he was. cocii necied before he and his Calgary'part-1 ner took over tab playhouse. "f_ Mr. Montgomery will-he the manager of the Phoeni: and he IP erV. pected to arrive within a coplo days to take charge. v Mr. Bishop each year takes charge of the New Year's Evo frolic at Pai-' User ia Calgary anil he is' night to make arrangements for the1 Wg.-evcBt'this-yssr.- here of Ihe trick which has beea cessfull? carried on in-lib less twenty instances in parties, having eipiolte'd tlie.MatiUd'o'fc city, havo moved to other green p.'.j-., tures. One of tliq touylvs. wurklng.t-j-'-'. gelher is described as beUig a TrpiniViTi about 30 years of age, about 5'ft'Olu.'! iu height, dressed In a lou? iigul g'rcou clotji coat, T.-iih brown plush hat witilV brown feathers. She speaks very English and is accompanied by A uaric" young man with su American or dish accent. COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU WHAT WE ARE MAKING SHORT nn finest >et. Lb OUC "Natioual 1 A Maid" Wild. Per loaf. iUC BREAD Golden Krust Bread v Ralcln Bread Nut Bread Brown Bread Rye Pulman Bread BUNS Plain Bread Buns Rateln Burs Raspbe.'ry .Buns Cocoanirt Buns Cinnamon Buns. Coffee Cake Butter Rolfs CAKES Christmas Cakes: Fruit Cakea Layer Cakes Cup Cakes Slab Cakes COOKIES Parkins Cocoanut Lemon PASTRY Cream Kuffg Mtnce Meat Turnuvers Jelly Turnovers Tarts Fruit Squares DOUGHNUTS Plain Doughnuts Blsmarks Tha proof of the purity and excellence of thcao products in every bite. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING rr; 407 FIFTH STREEt-SOUTH Truth Always S "Honesty'is one card In the pack that you can play any time ''without thinking how to play It." Amburg. Chiropractic .tnith is simple and straightfor- ward. It does not at- tempt to conceal or cam- ouflage the method by which it gets results. The chiropractic adjustment is given by hand. It re- stores the alignment of spinal joints, thus moving, the pressure upbii spinal nerves. It is this fpfessure which causes disease and it is removeclj Health comes back. NO CHARGE Comultstlon Is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B, SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block, Phones 1677 1441. WE STILL HAVE A -WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF McCLARYGAS HEATERS Priced from'' ALSO "GOOD CHEER" COAL HEATERS Priced frorn to Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 762 25% OFF All XMAS GOODS Dolls, Dolls' Beds and Cradles, etc. Solid White Ivory, finent quality Ebony Goods. MOIR'S CHOCOLATES in boxes, Boxed Sta- tionery, Perfumes, Hand-painted China, Silver Ware, etc. Our general expenses are lower, therefore ws We deTiver to any part of the city. cheaper. THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE PHONE 446. .w. H. MCCAFFREY. 414 1JTH ST. NORTH. ARE YOU ON? OUR PAYROLL' We are, sending .out money orders daily for o.reami received. Ship your-cream to us for the best prompt returns and satisfaction. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;