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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I i i.-.itort Putiimcrt' I ETHBRICOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED Jifl fth Stftel South, LethSrrdge, W. A. BUCHANAN fmldint and iiaapsint JOHN TOHKANCB Kemtwr Audit bureau' or (Mlvtred, per weey..........1 fft fai............ by l.ft THE STORY COMPETITION Those who have been successful In -winning prizes -in the Herald story cpmn'etition'wlll'ijave the satisfaction cf, seeing (heir efforts In print, _and so. of -learning to know what others think of their compositions. Whatever pra if a ..they' mjy receive, shpui.) "serve a topic to-Btliiiuiate (resi endeav- the. very .useful practice of be- ing-able to' placoMtieir' thoughts ib interesting- and- live fashion. K is the expression of thought and riage. the .Indulgediso freely'in hydromel 'Wedding that he died. 4. It was the superstition .thit "If Iho fourth.book-ot-Homer's Iliad was aid under tha patient.suf- fering ague .it- .would cause an1 Initant .cilre.-i 5. The -VensrabW Bsdej- 6.' St.'Augustine, i frjrirffflat erabli ".ieno'flt "to "nijliji' 'their lieded for ihoir-'particu'loTl; yaots- The fourth.. mill ucijerJ'thlBTciippany's (llreotlon' ia at Products :RaW Material The .eacnmili are determined by the'4mateVjafs' rieljTSy robes and'.cdverB are ougal1 mills Bpeclalli'e' Iff 'fanc'r bed Blankets, cashmeres and'-': suitings.- At Vancouver knitted f "Woolleii! hose, are -..Jiilila... c'parse ijsnke'ts arid- boarse.raacklnaiv. gpoas. ;tirn9 had (jo extent Tho psrly. histpjy conqern is history pfr.lhe-.Leihir.uJge. mill. to. date. The Story, o( fjHurei.is Ihe story of po'cr. management; stcry IB Jje 'sttjryr bfy'thejprpper and to succeeB.'Thp no.advaKJage that ite did not ex-. -larger mar- iet. ThS-.vypoi.-used.cpuaea from range i'g doubt is ..very .slniitar :p that produced by Iho flocks of Bers, pt_ tUe'-Sputhera Alberta'. Wool Growers, Is'about'the sania size-, o'3-..Lcthbridse-aiid has not th'e supply of.cheap fuel.-, It wejl situated sards as Lethbrldge, Cor the mines .here ,provide 1 he. steady, e'ru- where seasoned; emplpymeht is- the cause', of -the Pendleton ;ion cern's chief labor worry. Those that a woollen mill in Lethbrldge cannbt be made p aucceis because one Jalluro baa been reco rdfl d ,'.rn thol r. ro Inda on readfnc tpry. At any'rale, Lethbrldge has an empty building of. built for a woollen millrH citizens of bridge Interest; so ft there IB any 'ppislbllity of a woollen mill being established by the of -LellibrldBe seek 'tp'eJmiIjte'PeBdIeton, and turn fallufe1 Into 'Success.' .JJarkets the; pro duett are- :ipund ana Pendleton ara.sold lo fi l, -.ari'd- Eu fann'lrjg, lumberjngf mining and Bahing "t -Mi_ 'Voasl country.n.rj1. ih.e three Jtojifi V dyejtuffs and wool and winter wages'and outdoor by farraiag -In.suipmer. the' pay- roll here, for "ah IB aM jajiflj'perrnprirn. Dlue, pays to hang on. Wise' saws from fhe city council passenger on the strap Is worth, twp 'on the' seat.'. So, Why. worryf than the 'parent PBnlfi .SrbeiPfiriaieton tured into finished producis'abou't 000 pounds of high-grade -wool. Owners of the; Pc'ir-Heton--Woollen Mills trace their success back.to 1860 when Thomas Kay, an Englishman with long experience -In manufacturing business, camo to Ore- was P.oy, Chauncsy and Clarenco .titandp and with (heir ..their father, C. P. they have-been able to make of all- jheir 'mills a success. Mr. Kay ity, to manufacture' from whatever quality of material'he'bid, a gbo'cl pro- duct, and to find a-market product. Through Auto'Robes'-. Several factors are credited with raving'worked In favor of the wool bulncss here and Us ultimate expan slon from, this nucleus. 'One is-the large homo tfie Ishcd .product. In Oregon, a Ion Indian blanket Is found, in neariv every household, 'It the most' com- mon aiil'o" -The few' thousand native Indians In the slate wear ihese robes as a part of their garb, Squaws wear tho shawls made by thla; con- cern. Wool products such as mannfactti Those who feel that they are en- titled to the "compliments of tbo sea- son" will bo Ihosc who helped lo put Itio Herald Christmas Cheer Fund over the lop, Why not increase the revenue of tho Ulae llrio by making one car d'o the work of two by filling It with slrap- hangers. Ut the discomfort aid'-in- convenience BO (strap) A motto for straphangers on ihe Blue llpo, with comulimdnts to .'its1 od. here have been well advertised In Oregon for 30 years. There ts a con- stant'llemand'for the goods and the demand i.3-slimulalcj by allraclivo displays which nro chbwn periodically all over Ihe slale In co-operatlon'wlth the Associated Industries of Oregon Have Export Market'.: Transporlalton la quite favorable., to trade. Goods ongal. Pendleton and .Vancouver rHiy be loaded an rprlland Ukcn lO'lho cast coast of lo Francisco. Kureka is also a seaport. All save main llrin Produjits of the a re nation' ally knuwn and natlpifally Uioirgh as-ypt nationally, adrcrflscd.' -The ._ --J ile'aref home-has tixeil tho capacity of'the mills a1 chin cry'.pro- -They aisp serve who only siand wpanijp'ri- of riipro. equipment, np'to the nrcaent, susiS cousWer SASK; i KIVER BANK MILK RIVER, Dec. Que week the New Yeaija ball- by. the, Women's Institute will be In progress.' in El- lert's hal.l.-tThe .committee in charge are preparations, and It'lis'ceVSap. tho slightest "de- wilj conlrlbuto stewards aklnl the'.eJIning-ouo ot the great- st it ill om Itte d The hall 'will' by filled with eager pljaaure. seelsers. Harris' has'tijen "pa "'for past 'week. WprS'' 'hag '.''fieen 'that many-trlendjs' wlllii'e gjitd to heat Mrj. are our' town, M_r. Stlirhaying' fropi CdfnmBrc'e af'Nor- huay, ;tq rn.ah'aWr 'of' iliik River branch. ,'r Mr. Bprlngbet left on Thursday to spend the his home at Red Deer. Sirs, apfl spBcJunior, ot 8.1. are Xraas- znbth'er, -M ri: 'cjW hfc r' We ;ar6.'in, zero swather for'.th'e'-p'Bat all day a.uhday .'a n d moye': or: le's's" on' Tues day, thp, (tenth1, .being; which Local mine's are; busy.' cpsj orders. ;The niver closed for. holidays on of ;it'1' The Women's; Institute iwyiiTje en- lerlained ot Warron on the seqpndi Wednesday of the month of V- Mias for her home at Miss Morris for Medicine Hat (yuletide wilh her. Mr. F. d. Sat- urdijy frpm Is on rf.'p'uslness trip north for tho past up a1 business, location. .Mr.' F." 11.'Ellcrt win flc'r of apples' at.'St, Patrick's 'iizaar, Lethbridgo '.on BAtur'day. Mr Kllert donated the sanip'tp.lbe'ichool Christmas tree Mt. anil Mrs. Jochern and MIsS Lpthbrldgo on Saturday. f Mrsl'p. C. Coales lefl Pn TneBtlay to spend Chrlatmns at the coaat. Henry rolurned homo from Lcthbrirlge on Saturday Id spend tho Xrnns holMoyn with hiB parents, Jlr and Mrs. Fred Beard. Mr. and. ;FoIoy and Miss DolesJeft'ph'.Mjffidijy from 09 extend ed'.visH, to; MlnrKotB." .illiss De fiplf jjtt :b.n ThWsdny for resumed her position pperalo: once, more. tlie stornSy dayJIt'waa wlso lo. come farther. 'If weather- he IB lie It. working time In PhllllpV'-Broi; harit- ware, left iftit week 'for home in s OABOLINE' HBATIX EXPLODES, VVOMAN. BAOUY BUBNED SASKATOON Dec, a iesPllne heater- exploded nhort- noori.lpday Mrs. George Schwalm burned and threo children tlfghtly Injured. The woman it Alderman bo a candldato-fpy ihe msforalSjr of Brock- vllle, W. A, mayor lor two years, li rcllrlijg, _ tlve work neit June. from the.ac- 1-1-' 'whlliS 'stiiiningi'by; a sfbye 'Warm 'in the %VolliatOTV sr'Sl'No'.-s; near Cpo Hill, OF BlC. tterit .of, jWaltiSrJC.. proprietor cially from'.' prime rAliJKter'.BV'. ..Mr: :'lJlbbl C siic- B. pxior, .wjjo ;dUd 'abiu't '1.01} 'diys agp; Is a'.'jr Idely. known iewapaper as'soclated during iis'career .wlth'thii MamilUfr' Herald, and other.'Wei.tern'. 'He has been a' residint.of Vancouver for about 15 years. CHANGED NEW WESTMINSTER 'PEN NEW B; In the .personnel of the. nlaff pf'the-Do- jlfe expects InveBtigutlons attrje'Klnir tpn InBtltutlpn .now, rielng.'cpnductej by clai; inquiries Brown Ivknown to be. In-line for superannuat'lrjn; a num- iief of an age. beyonu limt jet for; ment ;bn. penilon of ssrvinis In rnnnrts .if Canada. THE FOR TQIJ -Because it laeli s-lifetime and jives rftrtect g size and ityle for 'every purpose. :Sold on .easy'terhi! af'Fac- lory lo Home." prfcea, Alt for Styre Catalogue. jrjf, floefc. of Vletrola." ;