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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL m LOCAL KIWI WHERE YOU BXPfCT FT THE LETHBRJDGE HERALD 1920 ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Christmas Was Honfc Folks' Ray Hiis Yean Celebrated By AD m Lethbridge o- I MI TI 1.1 Tea's Aid board and the RoUrr club Ideal Makes Double to see tuit tho sii mile Holiday Real it Inmates were happy. The s I Kntghts ot Pjrthlu helped by pro- viding a number >.of splendid toys which will belong permanently to tho Was Obsmed in Ustitutions Were Busv Folks. Curlstniai, -1920, Is over. ridge celebrated It as if the man vrho invented the combination "financial depression" cf.; had been ,11 was'one of'tlie finest Chrblmas Institution. A Chrljtaas dinner served In the approved style, with all the a Christmas-tree yielded up u surprising number- of gife" -I v -Al'tha Jalt At the Jail Warden Rivera had seen'. to It that hla 130-guesta did not for-; FARMER TOO JUST ESCAPED A JAIL SENTENCE For indecent expoeire on Third Avenue S., at quarter to one on Monday morning, and thereby horrifying and scaring a young woman. Alva Q. Hailam, a firm- er of Coaldate district, with a roll of odd In lili possession; appeared at iho elty police court this (Monday) morning, and was fined with cortt, at the same time nafrowly escaping a prison PREPARING FOR B. OF Tt ANNUAL lAYltRl Total of the Herald Christmas Cheer Fund Well Beyond Uarnoch of the Board of Trade is busy compiling bis annual report and arranging for the annual meeting which will 09 held as early i (in January as Details otj the annual meeting are being work- 1 fed out, and It iz likely tc take a con- alterably different form than usual and one which will attract a largo crowd, giving the board a good send- off for what man; believe will be the most Important year in 'its history. The teutative ol the meeting is Monday, Jan, 10. celebrations tethbrtdge bis the day even though they might for a long tlme.'as one'lady put it, have wished'elsewjiera.' Christmas dinner was the" important feature of the ..da'y -foul each inmate was also presented ,bag con- taining candy and 'other good things "ereryboay. seemed to'be Imbued'with Uie Joy thls'year. The- fact -that Sunday followed ChrM-rns day, making a long holiday for all workers seemed to add great j'whlci are not usually ot enjoyment to tbe occasion, and of the atter- va.atagd-.of, the double holiday was i noon tho band of the-Salvation' Army taken. Ui the full." the jail and concert U. Chrtslraao weatlier. The j appreciative mer.-iir' well below] The curlers were tub only sport or- level nil it snowed enough which was listened to by a highly dur'.; j; Iho day to make staying at, ganlzallon .to take .advantage-of the hon'c HM most plenserit all the dsy for. any contests, the president vs. vice "president setting well under way-. In, three draws. Skating 'was-rthe'spori. bCthe younger people and_ the rink patron- ilay's lu-joymenL; In fact Christinas this By tho absence of gatherings on that day. Prac- tically nVsryb'.-'j at homa.-.ex- greetings at the homcji Good; Cheer For All I .The Nursing Mission .-with of th? "erald, Christmas Cheer Fund, whlfli relied up to such fine propor- tion! t'cis year, and aided, too, by uplirdU-. donations .of goods and Chri tbliftrs from other quarters, dlspsr.ssd Christmas Cheer right and left. Chrl.' Eve and tbe follow- ing iipniug were wonderful times at mis-Ion, and today letters and tele- phono messages are coming In from thosn who were the recipients of the cooii things, thanking the mission and the Good Fellows for, what they had done to make Iho day happy. Th'o Notary club'.members volunteer- ed Tuelr con-ices'to help "deliver the hampers and parcels from the mission to the homes on UiaillaL There were nearly ICO hamperiV sent out on Chrlstina-5 arid five on Christmas morning, so that the" J.Boariarj8 tvero busy; folks. '.1 think it Wai tbe'flnost CuHstaias'we iiave had uaidOrtlss Tliiey to the Herald today, don't believe .there -was a single, Chrlstnias Day iand a couple of'days for1 In addition to aiding the Nursing M'lssiou a part !a aiding Mrs. Darling and the members ot the Gait Hospital staff to brighten the for those ..-Bho had to spend tho day in "that Institution. A great- Christmas ttree..'was pfo.vlded In the men's ward, which those T7hu were'ill wsrc.removed. Here the convaiescsntb gathered. The" lif-aulifully.decorated and bore a gift for person instltu- lion.'' Tho.membeya. of.- thoi' nnrslng utaa were well remembered, plenllfii; bmes of chocolates testifying to tho fact that their well'Wlshers are loglcm. JSy'en the doctors cime In for their littia which-generally produced Iheir own mlflh .when unwrapped. !n the afternoon ;the members o[ ,th'e Rotajy Club present to dispense the good cheer provided while Mrs. Burling presided at, the tea table in thfl dining room which was decorated to.suit the occasion. In the evening St. Ausustin's choir of ZtMvbices visit- ed the hospital dispensed suitable Shelter Kiddles Happy At tlie ChAdren'e Shelter, the little ones there were remembered. Here Miss Davey, ithe matron, the Child Thermometer After Registering Well Over; Zero for Two Days Changes Tactics Fifteen below Christmas Day, eleven below on Snnday and above the hraniXaUweather tho official... in charge of'the'whither bureau Is handing :to Southern Al- bertans; Tor'the holiday season. A' of 60 degrees'.within 24" hours EJls all renulremeiits hi variety of ChrlitmaBj Uthbfiage waa well beliiw: ilnei_wHh some falling, Sunday, inueh tho whoa lie wind switched-to, west bringing a gentle -Chinook, if didn't remain gehlle, long, the wind reaching Teiocltjr 'daring the ,-7 o'clock this morning the official thermometer, at ,the Experi- mental Farm registered' 34 .'aboye and at. in the: afternoon !tvwent to 39. The snow was beginning to melt, and wind there a sprinkl- ing of rain.' The Ice men -who .are -waiting for Ihelr" winter the curlers, skaters and hockeyiBtS'are alxrat the .only ones who'arb' worrylns'-. much about the BOY DROWNED Dec. Par- ent, 13 years of.age, of Chautagay, re- turning home from .'skating, Clipped down .the' em.bankment ,'into'an un- frozen part 'river ana was drowned. r' WE SELL ,EV EDITION -AR STANDARD SHEET MUSIC ,NO INSTRU iELECTlONS 15c McKINUEV EDITION POPU- LAR STANDARD VOCAL AND IN8TRUMENTAL SEi-ECTlONS. PER COPY THE IWE1TIETK CEITuiniODI SH BI4 AVE. 3OUTH BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 WORTHWHILE Cups and Saucers Platters, Etc. AT Special Prices HOME-MADE BREAD --77 You get saiiafaction and 3RD Will Be Three Days at Boys Legislature at Ed- "f mpston' Four Lelhbriagii Sandquist. Carl ProEser, Jamie Denoon, and Alan Hamilton, and tho representa-l lives from Coaldfle, leave for Edmon-l ton this afternoon to attend tho Dors' Parliament. Mr. Petley who has been promoting this Parliament locally will, accompany the boys. The Parliament meets for its first session tomorrow morning at in tho council cham- ber in the Parliament Buildings at Edmonton. The parHatneht 'will meet! for Uiree days and fs composed of rep-i reBenUtives from all the districts ld; the Province and are boys elected to so by ballet. They will bu back Friday at noon and will make their; reports to the Conclave to be held in the Y.M.O.A. neit Friday evening at 5 o'clock. I The financing ot the trip for the boys has been taken care, of by the Rotary Cluh which has donated ?69 towards the expenses and several cit- izens Interested in the movement have helped outr Mr. Petley Wishes tb( thank all those who have contributed! to this well deserving movement The will also bo a great source of tion: for them. The main idea perr mealing tie Parliament is that.we must get the boya to taie oh a large rcsponsibillty-.of their own program.' LAWYER BURNED TO DEATH MOOSE H. Cole, a Wolseley.'Sask.; and a wb-_ man, Mrs. -Anderson, whose address to- 'death w.hen -g bwn'rlrlgin a 274i Athabasca street Snn- day morning. Police and'firemen say the Ore was started by the overturn- ing of a lamp. Two whiskey bottles were found in the debris. REDUCE WORKING EXPENSES PHILADELPHIA, Dec. dent. Eea, of the Pennsylvania Rail- way sysUirn announced to.1ay that pre- sent business conditions "will riecos- sltaje further reductions in the niim-: her of employees and in the working -eipcnses and capital expenditures un- til the situation improves." Lelh'bridge flood Felloes and those who; helped them, .difl themselves proud this year. The total of the Herald Christmas Cheer Fund whcu tie closing-contributions were receiv- ed on'Christmas Evo was subscribed in hlslorj' of the fund. It was a splendid 'success, and sets a mark to shoot'at another .year.. Starting a few years ago in a small way, was an oulside flgure, the fundjhas igrown till for tae last threo years' !t has gone steadily over :lhc J >nark.. Two years ago, juat after tbe armistice was sign-I, Jho high mark was reached when oyei- was collected. Everyhody was in' a generous fraine of mind. But the example had been set, and last ysar the tbtal'of This year the 1919 m ark was beaten when was collected, nearly better than last year. One'reason for the increase tnis year wu the feel Ing. that a period of depression was being experienced for 'many families could iiot ba avoided. The Herald Christmas Cheer Flrad naB come to be an institution .which i belongs to Herald readers. They take! a' pride and the result that immense 'amount of good is done. The1, money- Is distributed through the Nursing Mission, not in money but In Christmas cheer in. the first place, and in actual relief during the winter It IB the best kind of good- fellowship and the splendid results obtained cannot be computed. V At .'the closing of .the fund it stood: acknowledged Alleen -Waddlngtoa......... 2.00 Waddington 2.00 Mr.- P. Waddingion S.OO Josephine anl .L Haijorle. Craig E.OO R.-J: Ft 5.00 J: 'Vf: i 3o.OO Charlie Dawson .B5 Imperial Oil Co.'Gils'Ertougtt to Supply Fuel For Oil Drilling Calgary'Man M'akts Change Takes Place At Once Fellow Alleging to be From Georgia, Boasts of Record A Blrange tale was told Chief Giltes- pie by Individual ot the name of J.'H. Charles, who wss sent op on Christmas eve to spend his Christmas as a gueat of Warden Rivers at the provincial jail. He confessed that ho was a murderer of a man in Georgia by shooting him and that for the 'of- fence he-had been sentenced In that state to a maximum of ten years !n the jail there. He had won Iho con- fidence of Ihe prison authorities by good conduct and.had teen made a trnsly. Ho, however, ahused the trust that had .been repoaeij In him 'by caping and coming to Canada. The rigor of the winter wais tob much for him', so that he was not able to do any work, and so found himself In the hands of city" police, with a sen- tence of 30 days passed on him being a vagrant. The Chief Is In com- munication prison authorities in Georgia to test the truth, or other- wise, tho man's DOUGHTY TO RECEIVE PRELIMINARY HEARING TORONTO, Dec. Doughty. charged with-the theft of bonds and conspiring to kidnap Ambrose J. receive his preliuilnary hearing before" Magistrate Denison on Thursday afternoon ot this week. comes from Pincher Creek that the Imperial Oil Co, In their1 waE made this.'. Nnmhnr S cs Dry FsA, of mornln'! Matazor Ken tlwL'-i Pmcher Creek, of lh6 phoenl1 Theatre lease iuuTbeefir natural gas In the well which Is-suf- cold lo w- c- ot Calgary. ficlanl to provide fuel for farther (irlll- at lhe ov.-aerahlp.would1'' ing. 1 i go. Into effect at the end of the This Is the farthest southwest Iril Mr- antl Calgary the province that mturat gaa haa JaVB, tbe PboonLt, hean struck. Tho near Twin F'srlaon, for about lilne months andr Dutlo, about half way between Pin-i chef Creek and Waterton Lakes, and the strike has the company in its prospecting in-, tho southwestern field, tho Imperial is drilling another well about-due north of No. 2, in th district west ot Nan- Watch Out For The public, and particals-lv store- keepers, are couples in various Innocent who iro trading on the for, Am- erican money, to get.thci'heH'iSf iho exchange, by 'the tob avoricioUsf The plan of small purchases Lt 8 tores-and then offer American bills to thfi tune of twenty dollars or more, which .been skilfully raised from the origlnAl d-Eomlnallon of getting: baci the change iu good Canadian Chief of Police Newton, of Winni- peg, has advised tho "Chief o'CPaHcb' ___________ x- have placed It upon a steady basis with the result-'that netted them a nice profit. .yi Mr. Bishop states that to re-outer tho producing end of thai film Iiutiness with which he was cbn-J nected before he and his Calgary ner took over the'playhoiiso.. Mr. Montgomery will be the neiS manager ot the Phoeuli and he is pe.etcd to arrive withlu a cojle days to tako charge. Mr. Bishop each year takes charge: of Iho New Year's Eve frolic at; Pat; User In Calgary and ho is leaving' to-: night to raako arrangements for the'-. big evont this year. hero of the trick which has city, havu mbmH lures. Ono of the couples Tvorkiug tj-.-: gether i9 deBcribcd as bsing a about 30 years of age, ab.iut 6 It liiuf In height, dreesec! in tt long light greeWs cloth coat, with brawn, plush hat with' brown feathers. She opeata very good English end Is accompanied by "a young man with an American or- Yid-'- disli accent. Total 55.312.50 'J.BrLeadley, chosen of Ouelph, to succeed .the'-Jatii'Mr.' Mooro. SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Also Gentlemen's Silk Mtde Order. SIU MOW Moved to 416 4th Ave.S. '..i.v.. -M' BOX MO V PHONE 1BIS Income Tax V :ial SPECIALISTS RlTCHIEiPAtERSON 6-6 Aeiifli lutldlnf Third Soutii MILK AND CREAM Have you tried our 'jure, pas- teurized milk and separated creim, fresh- from the farm every day? Our business baa quadrupled In tho last, two THERE'S-A. REA8OM The Is contained In ttio goodnesB'ln oar pwducts..' Try no anl be convinced. Quality md service guaranteed. Serve both j the North nod South Warts. Wo are still making lhat (Ice quality of butter you Hko so CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND We are also ajtcnts for thn Cardston Creamery hrand of fine, fresh, pasteurized Butter, and hare a stock on hand. This butter needa no advertising on the'Lethbrldfe -narket. and can only be obtained through 113. Our phone Is 1939 and we are ot jour service for all Dairy Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETKBRIDGE, PHONE Office and Plant, 6th Ave. A, South, COME IN LET US SHOW YOU WHAT WE ARE MAKING 60c SHORT finest yet. Lb. ..i..... Per lo3t...lUC "National kind.' BREAD Golden Krust Bread Rnlsln Bread Nut Bread Brown Bread Rye Bnr-i Pulman Bread BUNS Plain Brend Bunt Raisin Bunt Buns Coeoanut Buns v Cinnamon Buns Coffee Cake Butter Rolla CAKES Chrtstmx Cakes Fruit Layer Cakes 'Cup Cakes Slab Cakes COOKIES Parkins Cocoanut Lemon PASTRY Cream Putfi Mince Mest-Turnovers Jelly Torts Fruit Squires DOUGHNUTS Doughnuts Blamarka- The prouf of tho purity am excellence of theao products ii CTory bite. LETHBRIIXJE NATIONAL SYSTEM OF BAKING 407 FIFTH STRfeiT SOUTH The yob set ygnr.Bhpes reralred by srao-. tjcal ehoemakera. la at Hutton Perkins 41BA-Firth Street South Phone 653 S deora 8. ol Colonial Truth Always Triumphs "Honeety Is one card in the pack thai you can play ony time without thinking how to play Amburg. Chiropractic truth 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 th'e alignment of spinal joints, thus re- moving the pressure upon spinal nerves. It is this pressure t which Causes disease and when it is removed, Health comes NO CHARGE Consultation Is without or obligation. HYRUM JUNE 8. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and 1441. WE.STILL HAVE A 'WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF Pticed frbrn_-, .ALSO "GOOD GHEER" COAL HEATERS Priced from to j Hick-Sehl Hardware Go. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATINS Phone 762 25% OFF All X1BAS GOODS Dolls' Beds and Cradles, etc. Solid White Ivory, quality Ebony Goods. MOIR'S CHOCOLATES in boxes, Boxed Sta- i tionery, Hand-pointed China, Silver Ware, etc. Our general expenet? are lorfer, therefore Mil cheiuer. .We deliver to any part of ths elty, THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE 414 13TH ST. NORTH, W. PHOME 443. ARE YOU OUR PAYROLL- We are sending out money orders daily for cream received. Ship your cream to us for tho best price, prompt returns and satisfaction. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;