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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TIB LOCAL WERE 101? DPSCT If THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TU HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA.. PAGE SEVEN Td Be Held on Monday, January Civic Club tp Cater HOCKEY MATCH DEPENDS UPON WEATHER MAN With the proviso, of course, that the weatherman does better than he is doing today, there wilt uo a Ks? Year's Day game In Lelh- bridge. Is making the trip to play an exhibition game with tho Vets. This be" staged at 2.15 at the rink and will attract a big crowd U the ice' Is food. This will be the first time thi Alberta champions have been seea on the ice this Tts Taber team Is said to be CO per cent, stronger than a year ago. VERY SAD IJEATH DUE TO ACCIDENT The annual meeting of the Board nf Trade will bo held on Monday, Jan- uary 10th. This dalo was tentatively set at tho regular weekly luncheon to- day on the suggestion of President MarnochV The main part of the President's annuaj report will appear In the Her- ald tomorrow and the balance on Sat- urday, January the Stu. In preparation for tho annual meet- ing, laminating and membership and _. assessment committees were appoint Largely Because SO Much Busi Unemployment is Not Serious and Business is Quite Active ed. :Tbe nominating committee will in a slate of officers tor tho I forthcoming year, and the membership j assessment committees hop" to be able Imreport a largo membership he date of the annual meeting ness Originates on This Division av C Ore ng made the Board is (Joins i "1'onB lho "nea telns aAafie4 by al> t The following comprise tie nomla Companies on the North Am ating committee C P Jamieson H erlcan continent G MacBelb R J Dinning Locally extra gangs are helng laid AJE Dunlop, G W Green off track work, while (rain crews are The iremberobip jnd nssestmont, reduiKd lo lowest possible committee .TO H Crawford, H. e man can be fav W Relkie, J WrBaivaen, H J H cd one is oelug let go lathis dm Patterson, B B Itoyt R W Grelg, Blon towever the cut has not been so S S Dunham, J r Simpson, T M as other divisions This Huff ls accounted for hy the fact that a President Maraoch reported that the srcat ot 'relght und George Rice were trains poinled permaneui roprpsentativcs bf. So fnr notice of a cut iu pas the Board of trade on tho Council. been glvtn but en- Tho Lethbridge Board of Trade wnea aro being as to traiEc, pay JD6.25, its share of.the eiteU. Eome 'rains may be cancelled cdnuecllbr. with tho freight rates hW- "I don't believe there is a.merchant in the city'who has any serious kick against business ns he finds it In Leth- bridge Personally, I find it better than it was a year ago at this time" This 'statement by W. J. Nelson, president of the LethbrHge branch of tHe Retail Merchants' Association, Is tho best criterion of business condlt-' lions here. While reports from other elites, bolh east and west, are of un- employment and general buslifess depression seriously- affecting all lines, Lethbrldge seems to ing, for a time at least, almost as much prosperity as earlier In. the year be- fore the prices of commodities" com- menced to drop. And there Is ng'unemployment hero to speak of. "If one were to send oilt a hurry call for 100 men today it doubtful whether the: call could bo filled. At least, so the'Herald gather- ed. this morning at tho government I employment agency, hero.1 There are idle men but most of them in from other centres, froni B.' C. and they drift out again. There aro plenty of men for all jobs, and few InEiw Jobs aro being'thrown open. In jontrast, it Is stated that there are. Idle men in B, C., in Saskatoon, several'thousand In Win- nipeg, while Regina also faces an un- employment problem. Ontario cities seem to be thu worist off of the lot. But' Lethbridge, with tho cool mines working full blast, is keenine practically all its workers to fact Is attributed the good business inline retail stores. In tho Inquest into the of Woods, who tost her life by being run down by Trafn No. G3 at Coleman last week, the coroner's jury returned a verdict of accidental death. The C. P. lit. was exonerated from all blame, as witnesses to show that ths'bell had beeij'rung and everything else possible had. b'eeh done to prevent the or Man From Georgia The story of having committM a i murder, and. of having from "the" slate prison In Georgia, told by a men named-J. H. Charles, who was sentenced to 30 days for vagrancy, to Chief of Police Gllleepie Is oTldently .a-triie one. In replylo Ihe coramunl- caUon .forwarded him to the effect by. the Chief a wire1 has been receiv- ed1 from'J. E. Smith, Warden-of the Calgary Organist T fl 'i 1 10 Recital On New Organ Fine New Pipe Organ at Church-to-Be Opened on Triday.of Next Week The opening recital of the Wesley Methodist church memorial pfpa or- gan, will he held on Friday, January 7th 1921. Tho doors will open at p. m. and the'recital will commence at S p.m. With great eage'rriessvthe members and adherents of Wesley church, us well as citizens of the city have looked forward to. the orent, and well they might. Very few towns or cities In Canada or tho United I States ean.bbast 'ot an organ so large I BANK tire In organ recital work. .During the talf In St. Loula, 1904, Dr. Rogers was engaged to two re- citals for which h'e received fery high commendation. I He has been especially active, In opening big pipe organs, z.ad'tb'ese of all churches and denominations, Roman Catholic, Greek Cathollcr Pol- ish Catholic, Christian, Baptists, Presby- terian. Reformed, Krangellcal. Lutheran. And these thurches not In the oiu state, but in air tho states, Illinois, Ohio, Nebraska, Teiaj, Iowa, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, Montana, and Washington. And for these recit- als., east and received tho most flatleriug press notices.- Indeed, wherow. he has appeared he has been received wl'th enthusiasm, and must bo considered as one'pf the most successful concert organists In the country. Tho people of Lett- bridge and vicinity may look forward to a-very, rare musical treat at the opening recital, January 7th. Rale Reduction Starts Satarday Passenger Tickets Will Sell at Ten Per Starting With New Year An Indiana merchant was fined for holding a bankrupt ealo when lie was not bankrupt. ing. o f o BUILDING FOR NEW PUMPS -The City-of Lethhridga. has IBsneS Itself a building permit- to the falue of ROOT, for the 4 erection of a building, to nc- commodate the new pumps i agular price, 60c how, per Ib. Lyla's Enelish Golden Syrup, 4 Ib. palls. i OC TOILET SOAP SPECIALS Orange Blossom, 6. large cakes White Rose Toilet Soap, regular .per doz. On sale, GRECIAN STOCK Dry cleaned, the cheapest fruit on the mar- ket. Week-end price, rtQ 3 IDS. 85c' Kelller's "Dimdea" Marmalade. 4 Ib. tins. Each l.bU ROAST Swift's ium. Regular price Ode. QA Week-end, per Ib. ....OUC B. C. wrapped stock, Rood sizo and color. An ftp Per box Spys, Jonathans and Wlnterstelu Canned Sweet Potatoes, ''dry better than .fresh stocks. OC- and tr Per 6DC 45C Llbby's Sweet Gerklns, In Per doz. Yacht Club, ir reg. 17 'Ac, today .IDC Chase Sanborn'g high grown choice Heg. 90c, (o.lay Kew Nav- els, 'Regular 75c. On pti sale, per doz.........OUC Mrs. Neidlg's Homc-raailo Horso Rarlish. Of Per" bottle-............jDC Blackwell's English malt. i'er bolllo ;...........DUC Rhaylng Sticks, 2for.............. Witch Hazel Cream, Combinntfou Can Openers......... Stojre Brushes, At ...h. French Ready Cut Macaroni, 16- oz. packages, OA each ....6UC Christlfl's. Reception Wafers, per tin ......DUC ,35c .35c .15c ,35c FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARJ3 OrJITHEOiTY PHONES Is your best food.1 GOLDEN KRUST Is your bejst Bread, Get It at our shop, at PER LOAF Try our Buns as well. You'll want more. LETHBRIDGE NATIONAL SYSTEiM OF BAKING" FtFTH' STREET SOUTH mat Goody N To nleaee the'-critical taste' bf .thV child is an accomplish- ineut In which we tfike a lot of. pride. They know and appre elate.good Cake and Pastrj. And the same applies to every- thing in our Bakery. That's why nil our Baked Goods a'ro popular with healthy, growing. well GS adults. klRKBY'S 3RD AVE, SOUTH. WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR 1921 STOCK OF Buckeye Incubator sand Brooders AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES 65-Egg 120-Egg 210-Egg Incubator 175-Egg Incubator 250-Egg Incubator 100 Chick Buckeye Brooder............ 160 Chick Buckeye Brooder............ 600-Chick Colony Brooder.............. 1000 Chick Colony Brooder............. VIE ARE SOLE AGENTS CATALOGUE ON REQUEST Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. s GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 762 V PASTEURIZATION IS A GUARANTEE OF SAFETY Mjik may be pure and clean, but may con-: tain dangerous disease bacteria. Unless it is pasteurized these bacteria are dangerous, We have always pasteurized our milk to protect your health, Give the children Safe: Milk. THE .CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;