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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta m PMritfcftt!. 7, Wood A'nilottiiiceg It .WUl He Iteaidy for Temple Dedication' Tlie new Pwibytorian eJiurch is rapidly noarlng completion. U 1� nop-eA mi It will be nwAr for worsliip by the end of January.' '(frpm Our' Ovn Oprresnondent) 'jOARQBTON, Dee. 27.-Many, and Iplendid bare been the public celo-biwtiotoB of 'Cardaton In the com' ineliioration ot Christmas.' Nb one thins haa come more prominentia to Vl�ir than' tih� fact that Cardston: la factJ>fieouiiilr a bnaicaj (Centre, fivery progcam �nd entertainment is featur-'edres. E. J. yrqM. anno�nced ' last night in the SUke meeting, that the BUke Presidency planned the in-UUatio^ of a grand pipe organ in the Tabernacle^ which would be the 'best organ, west ~ of Winnipeg, in Canada. This instrument will most probably cost in the neighborhood of 98,000 to 110,000. The pi'esent organ Is altbgethdir too' small for the re-QUirements of the program planned tor the dedication of the temple, and the new organ^ of which 'A. T. Hen-son, musical director of the choir, has centre ^or the �ont1kw��t than lik� is Chrfttoias^ aong to Uli^V to thorn at^went. ^ in tpken^ot their li�|iiiiBM�i�t lirJmin&*^^t�reC^^^^^^^ ithioh every Wddy present gotaiEitt from theTliig tree, handed to "^ * Santo himsaitV Also in the evening of Christmas-day^ the Rei% Robert Aylward, having for his t�xt� "And in tlie falnesa of'llhie Cod sent his son, born of a woman," dealt with the opportune, coming of-Cbrist, to hlfi own congregation in St.' Andrew's Presbyterian church, gave a very impressive sermon on th^ sanctity thus given to motherhood and to humanity through the coming of Ctadst in tulr filment'of aod's. decree. /: , . Here again ^Oardaton's minleal ,tal-ent was. exhibited, iji the ezceUent baritolie solo by Mr. Owen WUliami^, "Star of Bethlehem," and also the v�ry good rendition of the anthem, "O Irfimb of God," by the choir. Even the junior choir of. the St. Andrew's church did excellently, fttc in the Christmas spirit of good oh�er they visited the Cardston hospital and sang many songs tor the patients there on Christmas afternoon. Another vei^cxcellelit pVogram was staged in the! Ghapel of the Secohd Ward, under the dirActldi 4>f Mr. J. Y. Card, in day. TAKEFmSIIW Many School IHstrlcfp Recdive Visits From Sanfa During Hpliday Season * . ''" � (From Oi(t (>wn CorrMpondent) COALDALB, Dec. M;-The sym-the mnmifir ni>'r>h.;iM�..; athy. of the. commniiUr has been 360 |>eo1>le present; and to say i|bey were weir repaid is iiUttinr the 'general opinion in mild terms'. Almost (the entire program was dramatic rather than lecturing or sermonising, the ffiost charming; number being the tableau of the Christ OhUd in the mangrer, with the shepherds in their native .costumes, ; fixedly .gasing on The Infant daughtefot llr. and Mrs, Damon Noble suoounibed to lineu-monia on Dec. 106d, while th�; whole con-^ Mrs. J. Quiney Harrls^at the farin. gregation sang '^The Cridre Song." home east of .Cdl^dale. Mrs. Harris had been a sufferer for a lofig 'time. Before marriage her name was Elisabeth May Little, ot Aurora, m. She lived successively in Iowa, Nebraska, Utah, Idaho and Coaldale. The Harris family moved to this district in the ______ spring of 1919. Mrs. Harris leaves hCiT To see the two.Uttle lada husband and three sons, Ony, Ray and candle in the window ac- Arthur, and one daughter,. Mrs. H. C. cording to the old custom,,.and then Darrow, alt living at Coaldale. The kneel at their mothers Knee to hear funeral service was held on Monday again the oftrtepeated tale of the wan- 6ec. 20, at Fettorley's undertaking par-dering child, nnd then to sfee that lors. Rev. H. .Bosoinworih officiating poor, hungry and suffering child come Mrs. Helghesiis now nicely recover-into their home unawares and receive ed from her recent sicknesi^ but the Another very good dramatitation was the old Norwegian tale of the ^egmr Child, with the bundle.of pine boughs on its 8ho\dder who wanders from house to house on Christmas nigbt giving the generous and hospitable an opportunity to gain a blessing in disguise, light the their bountibus hospitality, a ne# coat, new shoes, a warm iiieal and a loiir Earf!! If ymfm^e any article to mII, rooms to i^nt, property to dispose of, or"Want to eifgage help, etc, try a PRGFESSIDNAL AND BUSINESS CARi)S We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 11.00 ah ot; Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. Herald^ Ad J they bring Results, and results count. Try One Today  eeittft por line (Count obc �ror4e to � llm). Mlitl-mum, 25 eonts, olx liiM'tMn^ for price of �i CANADIAN HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS ..;^,-;V Spokane to Portland and VIA Spokane/Portland & Seatde Railway "the north bank road" A .wonderful trip Along the Snake and Columbia rlverS, knd through the heart ot the Cascade Mountains. "the NOrVh bank limited" at night makes direct connection at Spokane with the Canadian Pacific Spokane International train, and'arrives at Portland in the morning.' "the inland empire express" by day leaves Spokane in the morning, arriving in Portland in the early evening, allowing Canadian passengers an over-night stay in Spokai^e. Connections for California are made ig the Portland Union station. Trains leaving morning, afternoon and night. Sleeping car arrangements will be ma^e. Details, etc.; supplied by railway agents or the undersigned: * W. D. skinner, Traffic Manager, Portland, Oregon. W. G. PAINE, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent, Spokane, Wash. enemy bronchitis has attacked Mr. Helghes and he is confined to his home. Mrs-MacMiUan, a daughtei from Great f'alls, Mpnt, Is nursing her parenta. There has been quite a serious epidemic of la grippe among the children but the cold weather seems to have cleared it away. Christinas'Tree a Sueoess The annual YChrlstmas concert and Ohristma^ tree was; lield on Wednesday last in Coaldale school peration of the Public school, the Sunday school and the Ladies' Aid, the latteV organization providing the treats and the former Jointly providing the program. A collection was taken to provide new books for the school library which amounted to over $30. The chair was taken by Mr. Max Donaldson, the chairman of the school board. Miss Davis, of the school stalT, resigned her position this Christmas, so that she might be near her mother at Lloydminster. The vacant position has not yet^been^ filled.-. A very good Christmas tree was put on at Chin, three school districts taking part: Neidpath, Beaver-Pioneer and Chin. A very creditable program was presented. The chair was taken y Mr. Sprinkle and Santa Claus was better and funiiler than ever. Ready-MaQe district had a very successful community Christmas tree on Thursday evening last. The program reflected great credit both upon pupils and teacher and everybody felt the true Christmas spirit. The lehair was taken by Mr. John Hamllton.and although Santa Claus was rather crippled up, he managed to get around and forgot none. Great credit is due to the. teacher, Mr. F. McCoy, for the way he worked tirelessly for the success of this event. . The Coaldale Trail Rangers camp held a very successful Christmas social on Friday afternoon and evening. Songs, stump speeches, a ban-et and team games made the event iry enjoyable. Sixteen boys between th^ ages of 12 and 14 years, were pres-^' .'^d to hear these boys give Sp^f^ches without previous preparation was'a revelation. On New Year's Bve the Pathfinder Oirls  class and the Trail Rangers camp are promoting a Watch Night meeting. The program is as follows: 8 to^9, the regular meeting of the two groups in their separate rooms; 9 to 10, games, led oy the two organizations; 10 to 11, Bjocial hour, with coffee and cake; 11 to 11:45, addresses; 11:45 to 12, song service. Everybody is welcome and urged to attend. Miss Elberta Suggitt is home for Christmas holidays from Mount Royal College, Calgary. Messrs. James and Charles Mttclioll are home for the holiday season. Miss Pearl Furrow has severed her connection with the post office and 8ecure4 a position in the Heintcman Piano Co. in Lethbridgei - Miss Ruby Gray has taken her place at Coaldale. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerberg leave shortly for Washington, having a spell of homesickness from which we trust they will soon recover. The many families from Powell, Wyoming, spent Christmas together at Mr. and Mrs. Ii. R. Baldwin's home and revived old acqualntenances and memories. I The several fafisa*�i from JSSlt^ burg. Wash., spent Christmas together at Mr. and Mrs. Thompson's. Mr. and HnuJ. H. Mills spent Christmas at'Tabsr with Rev^ and Mrs. M. B. Wigi^ihs. Mr. Mills has his conntsbtion with the P. A Co., his j^M\M�K taken by Nelson front.BraMeU. . Mr. BaAett Gl^�e�ira l�ft today for Edmonton to. repcMont' this district at the Tuxis Boyt>lNrovindal par liament at the logisUtWe buildings. We envy him the trip but believe that it wll give b/great impetus to the Tuxis program locally. The cold snap brought rush orders for hay. Tho Farm Prodncts yesterday received orders'for twelve carloads. 'i> Everybody is glad to;see Nick Mc-Cormick back at thejltipot again. He has the confidence of the,local people. The Christmas services at the. local church were well attended. The dramatization on the screen of the Christmas story was much appreciated. Mr. Charles Long and family of the Van Home*colony leave this week for Shepherd, near Calgary, where thby purpose going In tor dairy fanning. Several of the Van Horhe colony veterans have polned together under! the Cow BUI and a carload of cattle' HARD LUCK OF MAN AFTER OIL LEASE LADIES switches. DR. O. J. COURTICE. Dentist, torm�^; ly of Lethbrldge, has loOatod 'ilt-i 679 Granville St.. Vancau^er,'^ B. C0 Phone Sey. 9300. Opposite, H|f||f, son's Baiy Co.* '� �� 'sa�v- HE SEES WITH |!ASB F^reslghted men never] allow themselves to get tarsighted or even noar-sirnted. At the first Indica'.'on ot impaired eyesight they come to J. M. Henderson and get their vision per* tected with proper glaBses, J. M. HENDERSON Care ot Wright's Jewelry Storo. aiGRT sraoiAusT S17 Btll St. B. Opposite tlM SSnpiOM Pkono INff. Boa mono im. 8PiREL.LA CORSETIERE . For Appplntmento Phono 1�48 MRS. MARTIN 1821 10th Ave. 8., Cor. 14tli St. 870-SI EDMONTON, Dec. 27.-For two and throe nlghta there sat in front of the I^minion land office front door here a man who wanted to be on hand when the Ume came. It was cold work soma of the time, ^ut. he hung to it, with oecaalonal relief, and 4he old boom days of the Edmonton }4and rush were lived over again |by at least one faithful watcher. And then at the last moment, after a hard night and a coldvne) be l$ft bin place to get warmed up, and somebody else got ahead ot him for firs*^. tuen at the land office. It was all because a Mock of land in the Rocky Mountain forest reserve was to be thrown open. A lease on the land had expired and it was to be available for oil lease. The man who watched and waited so long, only to lose out at the last, wouldn't say whom he represented, but It is understood that he was acting for some of the interesta already connected with the oil industry devfilopnients in central and northern AlbBrta. CI m All Money received the Herald Football etition is paid out in prizes. ''Buy at Home PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Audits-Income. Tax , . Consultations. REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadia Block. Telephone 1616. Srd Ave. S. DENTIST osteopathic; / Sit. X & HORNnfOb ; OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAN. l�-lS-20 Sherlock Bonn 10-12. 8-4. ud �f, appointmoat. PRIVATe MOSPITALt THE VAN'VAARIjBM Private Hot. �Ital. lt>4 7th ATO S.. Lothbridgoa Phono 74*, Aooommodation tor nt' gleal. Bodieal and matamlty p� tlonta Pri�ato nfl seml-prtvat* room*. Betas fSO.M. tSLOg and fM  woolL Write tm mformation to Mft M. & Vaa BMkrimn. ��9Wl� (oedeot MISS AILBEN M. JONES-risinoforbk Playing and Theory. Pupils ~eatM�' od for the examination! of tho Roy|l Academy and Royal Collego.!, ot Music, London, England. lOO por cent. iMt yoar �uccosrtnl, \ MRS. W. H. JOHNBON^-Teaehot at Piano and Theory- Pnplla proparrt for the Toronto ConservatoiT ot Mnslo exame It desired. Ananal opring recital Studio, 123t fith Ato. A Sooth ' CLEANERS AND PRESSBRS THE VALET-Speclanst m Frenek dry deantng. We are tho oltf�at tftanors In tho city. We nso tho ceanino Itonrh ayatam, which oov-mn'vwvtf apot and itmlnatoa poa* olble injury to garmenta. giving high tiass roratto Spoelal attontton to oonntrywork. 824 �th Street Sootk. Phono 1811 CMleot and dolivor. ( I H B R I O C { OZT-ACBTTLSNa WBLDimi W. Hi KUTH. Cemor lit ato. and iOtb fltntl. fcLbCUUC SUPPUES jtoaetrto Light aai m Power Contraetan Phono 1SS8 lucmt 1 M� Itk 81 8. _ Lotkbrtdsa Y r%rm Mnlitlat a Bpaelalty Contractors for Cloetrieal Work oi Oardntnn Tnropla. LOO BAH-CLBANINO. PRBSSntO. Ropatring and altorattons w�U dono at roasonabia pricoa Wo �00 for and tfollvor goods. 888 Ttk St Bontk., Phono 1S2S. OUN8WITH8 OTINliinTBS � LOCfCBMITHar-^ini kaftolo straightoaed. gika rostwfik-od. tn work dono if a cnnaraltk. fto<� mada. lotto ropatndv bteyftlao. typowritam phonogravho. any Ugk.t maehtaiorr ropalrod, lawn mowoni okarpenod- D a Maedonald. Indian Motoreyelo Agoat Phono 1088.