Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920 THE LETHBRISXJFJ HERALD PAGE TlfTRTEEN Contract Awarded Develop- ments in Montana Are Cqn- sidered Very En- couraging The Dreamtteld 'Oil Co., drilling In the'Foremost field, or on tho Lucky Strike .plateau as" it is called, hart tired ot waiting until the contractor putting down No. 1 well should pro- ceed with the work, and Save award- ed.. aKOther.cCBtractor lo put down No'. '2 well, .a start lo bo mads immediately. Additional shares are being subscribed by pres- ent shareholders to undertake the new "The management of.tha.company, in making the announcement of iue new well states that the detelop- znehts of the past..eight months in Is stated that the DroamBeld la lino with tie Montana and It is also pointed out-thai the big wells In the tiew Montana field are at abput 1000 feet depth, which la about'the depth at which the oil sand should be struck on the Lucky. Strike ulaleau. Another important stale- ihent is made that the Co. haa acquired acres of oil leases In the Hill and Elaine couuties of Montana, tklr'iug the Alberla- Montaaa boundary, and. that there are more wells being drilled for oil with- in forty miles ot the boundary la Mon- tana than in-the whole ot Canada. Actfcn to Force Busieis Taxes In One Case Charge Was Wilh- Rivers Castle. Two men, one a one-legged and the other a one-armed, met with dlfferenl experiences in the city police court this (Friday) morning. The i the charge of false pretences i laid against him, his cheque was mirk- ed N.S.F. In'the caw of the one-leg- "npol treated their scholars to a visit Tnan'ht. "imllo' the Orpheuin Theatre, vrhera Man- Many Distress Warrante Issue.d by Still to Pay Holiday Season School Teach- Services i (Special to The Herald) FERN Li, only two more .days of' old 1920 In the future, it is not too late to tell the readers ot the good old Herald that we hare been having a happy holiday season here 1m the.heart ot the Rockies, with ibe weather so mild that It'hardjjr seems seasonable, Christmas weather. The Christmas festivities have been some- what scattered over'the week begin- ning oa the .afternoon of Wednesday, the 22htl still .going on. school teachers and oT- S. STATE NOT TO PROTEST NEW YQBK. Dec. special dispatch from Washington printed by the Tribune this morning, says; "No protest will be made by the stale department to the British gov- ernment against the refusal ot em- vlse passports for rnlmoers American vom- mission to visit Iroland and conditions there, It was official, depart- A. F. Spawn Says He ever continued Mr. TI r i-1V Spavra, 'and I contracted It four Thought His Days of Use- fulness Tanlac .Soon His Troubles. Over, But Overcame Montana are highly encouraging: It uave. not paid these for t on hlni were i'evere, in. that he was sent to the provlpclal Jail months with hard labor. BatI Stedmani who was sentenced __________ ____ to Imprisonment, van arrested by Be- The city li tailing steps -to collect tectlvo PatrEgau for obtaining the all business taies owing by the serv- dlslreas noticed "on 'thosp who sumiof }30_from Jean Stubbs In ex- }30 for _ change for a chequo'lui gave- him tor went away with the cash, he would return for the balance the'sum of J5.000 "still "to he paid saying Into tak- the" next morning.'' Meanwhile the en Is necessary, in that It these taxes I cheque was proved to be worthlcEs. of moving pictures. KPtnrninj to the 'they irere ....refreshed, with ninny boxes ot tafidy atd nuts, every being remembered and made T- not paid tils year, the city has no Hen on _theni.' -In this particular they differ from'the property tax Lilt year the city lost' out in .not taking steps to sco that the business tas was paid before, the year expired. consequently, -'.aieas'ures havep been taken to enforce' payment ic tho Issue ot legal" notices that tho'tax-be Immediately paid.- Te Is a cook by trado, and'will now' cook for the Hotel Rlvere. --Hobert Gray, who obtained f25.from John Taylor, 61 the Taylor' Hardware, 3ald the amount owing on the cheque was returned N.S.R; and so had the cnsrgb against him withdrawn. MAGISTRATE ALLOWED TEN DOLLARS A DAY (Etfllrg? Residential Church School for Beys trr fleUiJ 1 fat Ite UnhWsili FORT HOFB ONTARIO KEV. V. OJIXUAKD, tCutb> D 1919 K.M..P. and, ithi ML, Sib, 13lh" places-. y '1919'H.-N.C., 4 passed. 1520. liM.C., .9 raa- triculation scholarships at, University. Next. Term commences Jan.' 12th From in Case Goes Back-to Husband" The Goodness of "Fruit lam is no better than the is. made from. Quaker Brand Strawberry Jam is made close to the fam- ous strawberry gardens ,of British .Columbia. DOMINION CANNERS ,B. G..LTD. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, 8. C.; happy. _ _ The midnight services. In the Church Tot The Holy Family on the of Friday, when, -Mass was cele- with an attendance which tilled every! seat, in the cliurcn, the beauti- ful windows of the church, the solemn A "Master and Servant" wage case; which tame before Magistrate Barkoi nt the A'J IV P. Court In'the city, on Thursday afternoon, disclosed tho. need ur Own Correspondent) Dec.' many friends of Mrs. Helsn Klmbc'J Crglll are extending eonBrdtulatldns for her in the Irfthhrldgo Herald iuoii second placed vflnatng'a cash prize of of ?50, for her Carrie's Little Indian Mend." Tho Raymojjd'Opera House Co. are entertaining the -kiddles today at a Christmas S to 6.o'clock. Tonight'they are giving" a freo dance for the Manager Court was considering extra props for_the spring poor to accommodate the" crowd. The U.i F. Al.drivers. iu the nay- mond. d It trlct are meet tag' tvith fair week iSere will he "Tanlac has done mo' a wonderful amount of good, and 1 am delighted to.give it. my A- Spawn, residing at'tho Hotel An- gelus, Vanrtuver, B. 0., world-renoirn- od expert fii dehydrated, food prrt- ducts. .Mr. Spawn has flsitedTovery coah- r'y of Importance on and .hree times circled tho globe. .He as.they recited haye not yet hcld.thelr regular Christ- mas services but will be having a snpiJial service" during tho: holidays. The Salvation Army people, as Is their, .wont, have, been looking- after the, poor and needy in a substantial minner Jind. setting an which' might, piOfit hy the pretentious religious bofll s The' neve'r of these of ihp'peonle who aro to Tie n and heard owners ot threshing outfils and their OT our streets every day in tbe yeir, employees. C M employed as an is ar Inspiralion to all who are ser engineer, claimed Hie sum o' (111 In lous enough to stop an.d listen to then' do well to' secure- his .services for' ah other term. Miss Leah Hlcken of the Dank" ol Commerce staff of Hellaw, is visiting in Raymond during tho holidays. The play, "tt Pays to Advertise' was played by'local talent at the Opera House a packed houso. bi all full humor The various It was live wit s characters were well selected for Hie portrayal ot their part's Special men tlon wo fiel Is duo Miss Mlmer De Bcaurlen and L P as Ambrose Pcale and A F leria ot, imprison- ment, Tvitii wl a fine of 425, or in.defaulfof .payment an additional one "mb'hthy In prison, was the sentence-nieted .out to Fred Tunke, of tho. A.P.P. court there on .December -29th. irisoher has hsen escorted to Leth irldge and is how'lodged, in the pro- vincial Jail. "J I Thb charge agalnBt .Tunke, iile corruptioh.-foHowed inforina- .ion. laid- by Miss Jennie nspeclor. ot the Nqfeleeted Children's Department: '.it was "alleged against limT the.I'st-day of January- tfom'that lime-on? at .Calgary-'and "Coleman, he did live and cohabit as -man" and with, one Katie Pemerl, nofbejiig his lawfully wedded wife, thereby rendering the lomo vhb-were with tho. accused in ''unfit; place for. th'eni.- ;Appearing before Police Magistrate resham the accused was convicted of the' offence On the same: InformaUon the wp- man, Katie also rappeaTed. foro the. Magistrate, given one mpbth'6 suspended sentence. In the Tort Saskatchewan jail.' Arrange- ments'-were' irrtinetiialely-after the court .closed the lawful husband- of the accused, whereby Kate- Peroerl TDtumed' with him, together.with the throe children, to their homo at Three'Hills. ployed during that time In the enjoysJ bj tho older set in" town "which -'does not regret ed lemontde and hoi. tuocoiate post oflice an4 its stiff of helpers The pleasing add itfon la the'pasket lunch began to arrive from all qoar "he glooe weens before the er> tr in They csiue from England Australia New Zealand 'ho TJnittd d from every comer years ago In South Africa.' At' tlret the attacks were rfot frequunt only mildly severe. However, and they. idi if. at i probably the world's :he dehydrating of fooda, having giv- en n.any years' close: study to that subject. In addition to hb Vancouver residence Mr. Spuwn- regards Seattle. WasLluaton, as' his home. "Gastflc rolls-Is. possibly thVlmosf _. ...0....... excruciating trouble from which grow In Intensity and frequency, and two years ago caused me KQ much suf- fering I quit my business in Alrtca and started home. "The day before 1 was to the steamer I picked up an American _ newspaper and read an account ol some one's experience .with Taulad Ou lauding 1 began taking it and be- fore the first bottle was gone 1 noticed relief. I couttnutu taking cine righl along until 1 had llnlahea Islx bcttlps, but long bafora that gastric colic was gono. I am now in tine condition, thanks to aVhough eighty years of age am just at as ever in my life work." Tanlac Iz sold in LethbridgS by J. i. Hlglnbotham Co., drug- MOJ Stefanson, the 'Prediction That Alberta .Would be Supplanted 'bl civlllistlon A Gift Exchange Why It not he a i reconomical Inncvation to a Clm tmas International gilt exchange. John Smith of PhUadeltLia mlthl wrjte Mr Brown of Fernle to BO buy for hlmspl1 a nice bright OTTAWA, Dec. completion Ilu'dnqn' Bay licjlwdy -would open- up a territory, which within 25 years, won d nVe the place of the A New Year's Wish We beg'to thank our Customers for their busi- ness of the past yefcr, and trust that we may be of still gieatei service in the New Year. The Royal Bank of Canada Total Resources of Tabsr i a the horn" of Mr -red F KImball Mr ard "Mrs James this week for nn extended to Los- Angeleo, Cal They will Le guests ai the.' h 6m e, .of. Wm. Hobhs, father of Mrs Sone manager in the grocery department' of the .Haymond, Mercnn- 'Us Co, u, to Salt LaVe C'ty to vis It Srith relatives and friends over Lethbrfdge E. Branches also at Manager. Cardston, and Years Hiss moling jacket the bill to Christmas with him for raymuit Mr Brown could j grain !s agai Babcocl, i who spenl save of dol'ars In eipress jnd po-tage charges save the postal e-nplovees i lot 01 trouble suppress ranching districts of Alberla ard i a ]ct Of irmguage which I tear bor would supplj the reirainder ot Can Jnon profanity and ada with'a large supply its rqeati e-verybodv a d I ne without Inflict and hides, according to -norrv -ind work upon any ,Aumonili6a'tp slop trapping for a soason in an effort to cheik the rapid- ly-declining prices of'Taw pelts "was sent .to.trappers throughout the world by the ''international fur exchange, 3t; NO MATTER HOW BIG !ho machinery nor how Imd tho break, sve can repair H with our oiy-accty- lenc welding Tho bigger anil costlier tho itpparatiis, Iha more you nave by having, us do the'welding. It will pay'you to consult 113 before de- ciding on n course of action. us ftok over tho break and estimate on Vats repairs. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbrldge. '___ Ri-noiOS (TsfcUU INDIGESTION Take dry on hot or cold QUICK. RELIEF! MADE or MAKERS OF BCOTT'S. EMULSION Cuticura' -Soap Complexions Are Healthy Stelangson, the noted isihere Plans 'for the forma- tion of Ills own reindeer ranch on Baffin have been c6mple.tedr and sufficient capital has boca raiseir Inipbrtation.oLa breeding, herd from will place eai'y neif Eummar, the explorer stated. 7 many people have not 'renlfc ed the poislbllilici of tho north Mr Stefanason he'leves tnaf hprda ol lardy animals, Bucii as .reindeer or ilson, wouid ;irove more satisfactory :han other .enterprises To vhoio stretch of the Canaditn northlands, where not (po Ibickly wooded; w6-jlc Ideal for randies. The dia- SC'ct surrounding the Huiisim 'Bay Sailway .which la still under construe-- lion, accoi attention, to a ship load of'US tons of beeii shipped last" summer from Alaska 16 the United States Mr." Stefa'nssOn is in-the city on a flying irip from Now York to supsr- the maps of.the ter- ritories "which he Ssplored for Canadian sbvernment recently. body. Smith could credit.Brown.with the exlra cost 01 the 'cigars over the..cost of his flaming only, difference In Ibe two' bills to be ex- changed through the medium ot the banks. Of COOTSC tbst method would ef- fectively eliminate exquls- .ito.pleasures of this Onrlstnias giving. One fami'v, In Fernte tor instance lo Christinas turkey, which, came In from Nanton, arid which .was surrounded by a .wreath of Holly sent by a Vancouver friend. There were oranges and on .the tabli sent by a friend away Angeles. l'' for such projects, irclms to the explorer. Ho drew the id-SlaviaPuts Lid on Conmiiiuism Orders for General Strike Will Be Destroyed and Those Responsible Imprisoned BELGRADE, 7JCO. Communism Will be suppressed anil communistic propaganda, prevented In. Jugoslavia until has boen lalien In'.the constiliicnl assembly, salfl an official announcement made public here 16 day. Tliis step has been taken, by the Boveiflment "In tho interest ot cOMIUulion.il says the. gov- ernment.- "The seditious actions, of the J3ol sh'evlk In nbiislng the generous poll llcal activity .Recorded by' tho Iho announcement asserts, "have be gun to jeopardize 'the the nallon won nt the cost of sanguinary sacrifices. It >ias been determined accordingly, lo forWrt 'communlstV propaganda, suspend nil communistic organizations, close communist meet Ing halls and suppress newspapers nnd oilier publications advocating 're- volution or violence. Any orders for general slriko will be destroyed and ose rcspnisiblo for them will ba inv prisoned, hut freedom of speech nnrl Mias Stria Allr.sa la enjoying the festive days In Hay mond with parents and friends'after an'absence of a few, months near Carclston, -where sho.Is A.farewell be given Fri- day night In the K. A. In honor of Hephi Ander on who leaves for Salt Lake City Dec 31st to uo ml pork tor the L. D. S. church. Ho will labor as a missionary in the state of California. ills sister, Miss 01 sa, will accompany him tc-tos Angeles, where she will visit for a few months. Mtss-Emnta 'Nalner, who has -been attending- Normal school Is the her parents In Raytnond: Westminster Market W. Adnitt Wishes to thank his .numerous customers for tast favois and hopes they v'iJl give Mr. (who ib Baking over his old business agzunj then valued patronage. WISHING YOU ALL A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR: 'Another ngi pair friends were Lhoughtful enough to bring .butter- nuts which had grown, on trees in old Ontario. hardly be. rapected that this .family would dispense with'the such rfimemhrances or'rbsret (he little remeinbrances to such friends hut tho postal people and the expressmen and the railway employees would not weep overhelrig deprived ot-.their share In the pleasure giving. .Most of the schoolteachers are oat Ot town spending tholr vacation with friend's and relatives, i. Goes to Vancouver Mr. Morrison, who haa been such an efficient principal of the-Fernle High has left permanently, and- Is position in the Vancouver Hlgli School, where charge of tha chemistry department. Principal Benilome, late ot the Pin- ch er Creek High school, has been ap- pointed the place made vacant by tho resignation of Mr, .Morrison ami Miss of the local teach- ing staff has been promoted to a tlon.on the high school staff. The jjther vacancies, caused by the Carscadaen, one In school nnd'Iho other In the high school Bluff, have not yet been'-provldcdrfbr. Another room lo accommodate new applicants hi tho primary depart- ment of the public school will-have to bo provided xand a double shift eys- letfl, such as'ls being adopted In' other schools 'vill bo here. .Ihs'pccior Daniels reports crowded conditions In several places in -his district, ami ho has just visited Cor Mn, where arrangements were plcied for another room Ihoio and second teacher will bo employed lo take care of the increase of chUdren rcsiilllng from the Increase of miners at that place. Christmas .will next fall on Salurday In the-year 1926, and itien not again' until 1937.J The last lime it came oa. a-Saturday prior io'l'jzy was and the'timo before thit.In 1909. The reisi'ri 'wh'y' it' does not fall on the iamo day every seven years Is thai year occurring every four years Interferes with regularlly. a g tho press will bo retained unless utilized pariy aflcr many years'. s for vllljfylnB itale nnd dcniorallz- pi-esentctl with a told is-alch Ing Iho I'. Langham. general purchaslni; ag- ent ot tho Canadian National Rail' ways, on his retirement from Iho 66m- and MEA1 I A requires no itlention tnd ottti ftlij, youchoOM SEAL BRAND AQow heaping to Qip. Pout (filnig viler on when filtertJ, wrve. It will be l5r< tocst ddidoui ootfw yon tm UtiKl. _ "_ drt (mfrftound Srnl Bitiwl, tir-tight TIM, At all good driers. CHASE MONTREAL I AT THE- Westminster Meat Market 310 13TH STREET, NORTH Having resumed charge of the above-mentioned business, I-beg to announce that it will be on a's previously to my renting it. That All Meats Cheapest for Cash, With No Delivery BEEF Boiling Beef, Pot Roast, ,16c Prime Rib Rurrip Roast, !b ,23c Sirloin Roast, Ib 30c Sirloin Steak, Ib .32c Round Steak, Ib Shoulder Steak ;23c PORK Legs, whole, Ib .30c Cut, any wcigkt ......3Sc Loin Ib ,3Sc, Shoulder Roast, Ib. ,30c Loin Chops, trimmed; per )b v ,38u Shoulder lb.336 VEAL Fillet of Veal, Ib .3Sc Rump Roast, Ib ,30c Loin Roast, Ib. ,30c Shoulder Roast, lb.25c Breast of Veal ____ 15c MUTTON of Mutton, lb..32c Loin: Mutton, Ib 32c Shoulder Mutton i25c' Stew Mutton, Ib ;15c SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY Tnro Pork Sausage per pound Tork flnd BecE per pound Ifeslmineter Meat Market 310 13TK STREET PROPRIETOR.