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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 30, 19'20. THE LETHBKIDOE DAILY HBRAtD PAGE STICKING TO IT COUNTS BIG IN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING-TRY THE HERAtD WANT AD. COLllIfS (From Oor Own C. E. Dick, who la relieving A. N. Welherell. manager .of the Union Bank will Medicine Hat, Decem- ber Jl6t. Local market: B a tier dropped from 60c to lOc; ten COc. A doilcitful whist party was Doc. 25.-IL T. Lulh- M" kr has received I yulioLa which were lovcromsnt expert which he gent's first prlie. A dainty I inch', 4ir, Wleclns, lovemment ex-' CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL AT KH'PEtfVILLIE Heith captured pert, picked these females, who have won the ribbons at the showfl this year. An elaborate Christmas party was the home of Mr. and JJrs. H. J. olllna were la id .for Mr. Mrs Norman Heath, ilr and Mrs. served at midnight hour. Roy Currio and Oecar.OlMa came up from Calgary 't6 spend Christmas week irilh ihelr parents. Mr. Christ 'Kellar's min'y friends (Special to The'Herald) KIPPENV1U.B, Dec. M. The of Kippenvllle, Mrs. D. D. president; Mra. Lewis Lewis- William prin cipal of the KlppenvUle. tec- dsred to the scholara and children ot victnlty a festival, oa Thursday evening. Mra. Jfphn Brown- lee.: together with Mri.- and Mrs.' Will Anderson provided with decorations lacludlcg prectnts from visiting 111 ,'their families bags filled with can nuts and fruits. Mr. D. Klppen v "vd betw.en trains en route to N P. nosenbeci and BlUj Craly. A large free was decorated and loaded Peterson Is at the I6T, Mr and XI Medicine Ha Mr and Mrs MHo Christmas '.3 in I of C A Daw. i are In at the Scott, RElth'6 Irlends were: sorry ho ;got .lost' on ..the prairie i m -while hunting jaclcrabhltiChristmaj oe ,r I n was eitremely cold and HHo Scott during ths oiowmE aud m a IOBS trail, Mr Smith neariv frow Mr Mrs Mllinan raaSe a busl MrsR D' Taylo? ?up fron, I; IBS trip to Medicine Hat on Mon to flll the Vacancy at the TJnlc soi day Sirs Geo Buun moved rack to tha farm last week for the winter. Cod Union Bant. Mr. J. D. Tn'orbura being Th8 A1J acted as Santa CUus much to the de- light of tho jouager children. Mr. Adihead had a pro- gram by his scholars, it being the closing of thexterm. Mr. Andrew Berg, secretary-treasur- er of the- KIppBliTlUe.-.Co.nsolIdited school acted ts chairman. Thp program opened by the scholars and all singing "O .Tben fo'lowed recitations, "songt anrt dial ogues by rhe pupils, were well rendered, showing the" good work, Ume and thought Jlr. -Adshead. had put Into his The Mr Bt the home of Mr. znd Irey la the form of a surprise. gathered" to'o'njoy tho evcnbg aud Slid night cupper. 1921. 'Inez.Backsrrum.Ia homo for her Christmas facatlon'eipectlng fb return to 81 Theresa Acade Medicine Hat oil January 3rd, J921 'SJrs.-Jas, Larson's many.friends {tot to learn she fsMH. -Mr. JrA; Turner, Imperial Oil agent returned from hls.Chrtelraaa-holiaays, December 28lh. Mr. Gep, Oliver of Bow: Christmas at the homg of M H Smith tKr. It, D Taylor, taller at the Union Bank, spent Christmas at'tho homo oi C. K. Cobper. i Bill Parker shipped his hordes to B panted him. Mr Earl lir) ant accc-m Mf9jW H Durch went TO Medicine ONE-FOUR UNION: CHRISTMAS-TREE (Froni Ou'r Own CorresponJlent) ONE-FOUR, Dec. stormy cold weather last delayed the mail G. W. Rutherford and .J. Ritchie of .Medicine Hit were held up folding in a few choice words pre- meet at tha i ssnted to Mr Adshead a complete room on Thursday, Jan. shaiing outfit from his pupils, Luncheon -will be served their sincere appreciation of elr regards as a man'and a teacher, th the hope.he would return, aguin the s'pring term. Mr.'Adshsad th young.Mr. Golding, gave a pleas- g dialogue, "A Close Shave" which as greatly enjoyed by all. After. Santa Claus had distributed e presents from iho trie and all Ing remembered, especially the cal ndars presented by. C, O.. Berg M ctiirese. taien'In this .vicinity to the der people, voted ev nine and adjourned in tha smal 5 of the morning Sam'Cross' by .a'broken cir and-the bad rfeather. .Hpwnrer, they managed to crank Saturday and pull out. The tlnton Christinas tree on Thurs- day, evening was a great success in splta of tne cold The lilerarj and musical 'program" made a decided hit, aud the distribution pf prescits from Hat Dec-ember 22nd, returning- with the tree took m G W spend was Dy tne Christmas vacation at home. for a-Sinta Claus and when Spoclal Christmas torTlces were dressed "P for the occasion made a teld on Dec 26, at Whitla and Winnl lverj B001i imitaUon of the real thing I fred -by Jlav. Rodger's, Vcryj 3argo coTjffregationsjljeiDg present -at both places. B.iMciLeaa and-son. came up from Medicine Hat .'to. spent! Christ-! mas week at, the home of her. daugh- ters, Mrs. Jack ChishbUn and Mrs. Al- fred Larson _ Fathef. Green of Mcdicipe Hat Jn Wmnifred Friday, Dec enroute south to hold- Christinas' serrlceE. t HAILEYBURY MEN LOST Out SO word-1 had been ihere last night as (o' th'e, whcreaboiitg of.''ex- Major Wright and who beUeved have'' tieeK-1 pgt Maplo Mountain Montreal river. in, thi ick of the BANKING BY MAIL Write fot oor booklet "Baking by provide banUing facilities for our fnends, live in districts without the services a local bank, special departments have been established at central points in Alberta, to handle n One dollar will open an accqpnt and the metijod of procedure is in this booklet. IK HeadOflicoiMontreiL OF CANADA, 1884, Ccri'.rtA Offices eipectalljf to handle banking by EDMONTON i FRANK PiKE, Manager. CALGARY- BRANCH, 1CTHBRIDGE BRANCH, .V H. W. NESB1TT, Manager. R.J DINNING, Manager. UNPREPAREDNESS s A bank account is an assistant In character building. It establishes the confidence, independence and pride which increases effort and paves the way to success. Open an account be prepared. _ 'u THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL RESERVE FUND J.ETIIBRIDOE BRANCHES, W. WE OWN AND OFFER PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA due 15th July, 1942. Price 67.41. To yield ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED Building, Vancouver, B.C. BRANCHES AT SEATTLE, WA8H. VICTORIA, B.C. LONDON, ENGLAND 201 Central B.C. Permanent Lean. Blda. 16 Eldpn St E.C.2 TZKOM SCHOOL, TEACHERS. PRAISED {Frorn Our. ,0wn. Correspondent) Bee cold eatherl" arrived here last' weekj so ade Christmas seem natural. Miss Uogers Is spending the Christ as holidays'with Beth JIcFail at he ome, ten miles south of here Miss Keddy, our Junior school tench r, is spending-her holidays at he ome ra Calgary e school: concert last Tuesday ev nlng, was a splendid success. Much redit should.be given to the. teacher Thomsoti' and-Miss Keddy, tho children, for It must tavo re- uired .lots of practice. VA largo crow urned out, desnito the cold night.' McKay of the stal spending tho holidays In -Leth ridge Mr: Victor Morris.Is here for a wee1 more Mr Dolph left fo ethbrirfge on Saturday to 'spend DW days with his, family, R. Henderson and family spen Dhristmas at, with Mrs enderBuuaTamnv. Miss Mabel Thorpe entertained ew friends Chrsitmas afternoon. Miss J'hillis Payne of Lethbrldg s .visiting with her sister Mrs. Ilenr The Social Club arc giving a ball I he I.O.O.P. hall on New Year's 'he-Orion orchestra Is.cipectcd u o furnish-tho; music. Misses Velma and Lucille West on ileen Henes, who attend, ,the S Tuereaa Auidensy at JSulirhn; ro home for the Christmas holiday TO EUROPE Frmr ar. jonw. TO Jin. 4 Grampian llverpo-jl OI-.EO" :JC -Antwetp iJl TJrlUln Llvtrpool -Anlwtrj i J Liverpool j" jj-viMwiaa Corilcm 'Antweri. J.'? LlT.rj.ool Emp at DrlHlo Llrel'po 1 Fej Oriunj.ijn Mdlli F.b 2J_ Sicilian n.o., rir.rjool 'Anlntrl) Half. Britain.'.. .Llv.rpool 'Via SQuthimDtoo. CANADIAN- Memo SERVICES Ml Main Btrrtl. Wlnnlj... Me- Your If you have any article to rooms to rent, property to dis- pose of, of want to engage help, etc., try a Herald Want Ad They bring results, and re- suits count. Try One Today PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches. etc.. from your comblQss. Switches Jl.OO au oz. Salwiy Hair Factory, Cardston, Alia. HE SEEB EASE Foreslghfed men, never allow selves to get farslghted or even near At the llrst Indication ot Impaired eyesight they come'to J. M. Henderson and-get. their vision per- fecte'd with'proper glasses. J..M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry, Store. 8 cenu lint (Count wordi So a Mini- mum, 29 centi, alx In'seitlont price of 4, Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: x 28, 48, 52, 132. OWNERS'OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS PRAIRIE SHOULD HAVE tfRUIT RECEIVING STATIONS WINNIPEG, DeC C P of this cily, who was respon sible, for tha bringing Jo Winnipeg Usi fall ot severatrWiJoailB tario apples at a' greatl) reduced price, the establish- ment by tha Dominion government of fruit receiving stations throughout the pralrio provinces' ThG. mayor, .whose term ofvoffice oiplres January 1, de'clares he would like to .set' tha 'stone' rolling before he leaves office that would 'result m action being taken fo give all cit izens and the Rocky Mountains a. chance'to obtain On- tario fruit that would-glyp producer. Hie railways and the, dlstrlbutum reasonable profit. "Thousands of western Canadian particularly in the great nprthland and on lonely farms In the northwest, hardly, ever; jiee .a Cana diau apple, except at-prices: which only, a wealthy man can aHord I would said the mayor, "to aee every child in 'the praine province; get at least one apple, a day, "If clubs and organizations of all classes would give the mat' .er thought and bring t'to the attention, of the Dominion government, undoubtedly something could .be done to1'get fruit down" to reasonable prices for the people oi the he concluded .t i ANGHOR An c h b'r D o n a Id s o n CANADIAN SAILINGS From' To Jan. Cherbourg, Hamtarr Fob. Glasgow NEW VBilbah....Jsn. 6 K.A. Vlo. ..Jan. 15 CarmaVla................... Jan. 29 -NEW SOUTHAMPTON Imperator Jan. 20 NEW Baxonla Jan. 22 PORTLAND, Feb. 18 NEW YORK-GLASGOW (Via MB. vllle) Columbia...................Jan. 15 NEW. Pannonia Jan. IS PORTLAND, GLASGOW Saturate.................... 30 3.3. CARONIA tona) leaves Hew York Jan. 15th on a soren (wcehs' Mediterranean Full Information can be secured Bgenla, or company's 270 Main Wtolpsg, >F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPBC1AI.IST 327 5th St. S i Opposite tha Emprwi Phon. lin. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For. AppolntmtnU Phone 1M2 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. 8, Cor. 14th 81, HESIGNS AS SHERIFF NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C., Dec. 30.--Artor serving continuously for 3t years, flrst depnty under his father and since 1803 as sheriff, T. J. Arm- strong, 'has tendered .his'resignation to' government. Association of Army and Naiy Veterans ra Canada Lethbrldoe Unit, No. M Veteram desirous of; Joining the association, can ob- tain snd appjicaUon forms from lecretary, i_ .LEIGH, P. 0, Box No. t. Lit to- PUDUC ACCOUNTANCY Tax 1 Consultations. HOTBBN C FARRIS Suite 4, Acadla Block. 3rd Av DENTIST R. O. J. COURTICK, Dantlst. former, lycl Lethbrtige, his lowted at 679 GranyiHe St., Vancauver, B. C. Phone 3ey. Opposite Hud- son's Eay Co. OOieoPATKK ,.fiR. J. E. OSTEOPATHiO PHYSICIAN. llf.18-20 BldC. Batrs 10-12. 2-1, ini b> PR1VATB HOSPITALS 'HE YAM HAAK1.BM pitai; 1221 7th ATO. 8., Fhoai 74S. Accommodaiion for in> ffcil. medical and matornity pa- Prlvats ad roomi. Rates {30.00, and JJI a wwt Write TCI information Hi i M. B. liaarliiE, tecdcnL i KUJ1O MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pnjlls entiji- cd for the eiamlnaUpnsot the Royal Academy Music, London, Englaiid. iOO'fieY cenL lut year successful. MRS, W. H. ol Piano and Theiry. prepared {or the Toronto. Conservatory..-ot Music erama If Annnat ipring recital Studio, 1238 Eth ATS, A. South. CLEANERS AND PRESSEKR THE in. French dry clBsnlnB. -We the K iners In the city. tbi gennlna SVenrh which cpv- every rpot poi- tlhle injury to garments, slvlnj hlsa class' re.Enlta> Special attenttcayta ccuntry work. 824 (th Street Sonthj Phone 1812. Collect end LOO PBESSrSO, Repairing and alterations well dbn> at reasonahls prices. sail (of deliver goods, JJO 7tk lit. Ecsth. Phone I6J8. Strjf.f< 33I-S-.-ST. REPAIR'NC L-ETHBR1DCE aSU-VER BOUGHT bunli .faa mtock- ti, (nq'work iota by niide, locks repaired, blcyr.Iei, fhonognphi. Btchlnorr niHUred, lam taowert D. B. Indian 10JJ. Strut, Hwmli DCCORATINa OIT-ACBTTLENB WELDINO w. -Corner-lit mad lOti Stcttt, SUPPLES Bectrlo Lleht an4 POWM Pbom 13SJ Wirntlng t Bpw-taltT Conlncton fnr" KlsctrlaJ Work cm Carfltton Temple. PIANO ,TUMNQ AH Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. x "Buy at Home" O. H. ind Repairer 10 years' factcry eiporlcnce. "HoTi- Ccrtlncnto M T. Assn, London. England. KeterencH to the leading musicians of the city. Pi on (27 Bt a Farmers When In el any TRACToA Rcpttn II will to your Intnr 'tit to try US, We have an MAchldQ Bhop end employ O'.ilyjlrat clan .MachinULa. SaEKfncliou In rrlc4 111} workiuanshlp Tractor Cyllnde'ra end fitted with over-size piitorU NJVEN BROS. 1st Ava. 3- Phont 1732 JHEMORE ENTRIES BIGGER THE