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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOR J-HF. yjfYimnmr.K TUESDAY, FEBRUARY '.'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Me Man us DIDN'T HE REFUSE. INVITATION TO A, OOC FtCHT HE COOUO CM.L. ON WE I DON'T KNOW BOO ARE t> ORE HE YOU wet di'VW A. FINE MAN- rnnMder some Important matters. Tha. Presbyterian HymnaU Imve ar-, rived and may bo obtained Irom Mr. Cranstown, at the effkfi ef. the. Noble Foundation. Thera are three and bindings at 40 cents, ar.J 52.75 respectively. Tho Nobletord board ot tiealtb. be. Hove In the policy of preparedness, and after the experience of last'win- ter no doubt everyone is Kith on such a problem ui the 'flu la likely to present. All tlio ladies ot the com. munlty are Invited to meet the board o( health on Wednesday afternoon al three o'clock in tun hotel parlor, tc discuss plans to cosubat the 'flu In case of ciuc-rsesey. The bank staff and the Knights o! I'ytlilutt gave Sir. aud .Mrs. Ivilpatrlck a farewell'parly on Wednesday oven- lug and presented ihciu with a beauti- ful engraved silver tea service. Afte; a short program Mr, Medd save eulogistic, address and made tlin pro- sonlalton. Sir. Medd remarked on the valuo of a good live young man in the town aud expressed the sorrow of Ins community over the fact that Mr. Kil- Patrick is leaving. Wo with Mr. ant Mrs. Kllpatrlck success arid happiness their new sphere. WORLD OF Skating Tonight The Ice at the rink, which was not in the best of condition .last night, has been put En excellent condition for ionjght and skating will once more be In order. The only league hockey game sched- uled for this week Is between Taber and Lethbrldge on Satur- day night. This Is the last league game of the season on local ice. iCnlerprising Farmer Suffers Heavy Confer- Opera iKrorti Our Own florrcsoondent) CARDSTO.V, Jmi. resi- dence ot Sir. V.'igbt com- pletely destroyed hy fire Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Wight smelllug something burning Hockey Results WANDERERS 8, C. C.'s 2. j CAI.OAHY, Feb. outplay- ing their opponents in the second and I third sessions of last night's game at Yesttrday's announcement' of the three night carnival which IB to mark thu zenith of the winter season has taught on with all classes of citizens, and If Ihe weatherman will only treat the L. A. A. A. right it will provide the greatest amount of amusement since tho famous Rotary carnivals of last year. Wednesday and Thursday nights of this week ar.e to provide the contests of skill while youth aud beauty will be given their opportunity at the fancy dress car- nival early next week, probably on Monday night !f tbo Ico remains as it is now. Wednesday Night's Program There has not been, a great deal ol llni'e'lo arrange the attractions owing to the'fact that the committee lu charge decided it was best to grab the ice while the grabbing was good, but Wednesday 'night's performance with tno school pupils will furnish the amusement that will draw hundreds because it will show just how much I.ethbrldge hoys and girls appreciate the efforts of the A. A. A. to provide amusement, something bridge hasn't been able to furnish in lavish doses for a long time. The races for the boys and girls of the public awl high' schools together with the inter-school hockey match will turnUti an hour nnd-a half's mighty line en lertalnment and with skating to follow with a band In attendance there should no kick on that at 33 1-3 cents in tRrmissIon. Frank, Kilmer la buss lining up the- hoys aud girls for the races and hockey, and it will be a rcg utar mid-winter field meet on skates. Thursday Evening .The Thursday evening performanci will bo par excellence. Besides th'i adult races for ladles and gcntlemei iu' whjch speed will be tho suprem fiiclor, there will be the ice polo game can warn Ojitaln Dinning of th other team right now that they ca nave the ambulance on hand" declar ed Capt. Ernie Codd of tho Stiff yesterday. The boys will line up wit brooms, skates and a football and the people of, Lethbridge have nev seen comedy on skates they will has a chanco to sec It on this occasion Capt. Dinning hasn't found a nam for -Huskies- yet, but the rumo that he is offering live dollars for th test offered Is .strenuously denied b him. It is understood the chief 'police is going to referee, anil he wi have all the dicks In town there -help hire, tor HID only rule of tho is that murdor is absolutely barred Tho speed skaters are getting 1 line for the events on Thursday eve: Ing and (here'is expected lo be n h battle between the hockey boys It the honors. Among the entries wl be'Turcotte. Heber, Boucher, MacKa Mcfllllls, tho Henderson boys ai ..some others. They are- all spoeii ar Ists nnd should put up a.pretty fig' for the six tops. Tha carnival next week will be on of tho real old lime event! which a "ways a bis crowd. Home-mac costumes will count in awarding tl prizes, but It you haven't lime lo mak one, rent II. Turn out In coslum wear a mask, Ihcrc will be a big ban am! you will have !oU of fun. What It's For In connection with the whole pro- posal it i3 well to remember that tho L, A. A. A. Is merely undertaking It with a view lo furnishing entertain- ment which will be worth nil the money charged, nne is malting a cent out of It. The L. A. .-V A. has up r.galrcst hcr.vy expenses Gvoi- ftnce Organization providing playing fialde, equipment, building the rink doing ft dozen and one other If the Indebtedness on tbo ok can be wiped out then the spring started with a clean sheet. The otiflds tor tho different clubs are all ady for an early start, most'of the qutument has been provided, so that steid of spending all the time next car there will be something comin the Arena rink, tho sweatered Wanderers blue-and-whito led by Herb Gardiner slipped another tightening bolt into the leadership casket of the Big Four League championship when they waltzed around tho Columbus Clubs for fonr goals in each of the two final sessions aud camo out on the long end of an 3 to putting themselves two full games ahead of the Edtaonton Eskimos tor the league honors. HUSTLERS 7, ESKIMOS 4 EDMONTON, Feb. a great reversal of form, the Eskimos i from the 'different clubs, and sport _ went down to defeat at the hands ot the Hustlers at the Arena rink last ill be .on a much more healthy basis. In addition, the U A. A. A. Is en- eavoring to raise enough money in he caru'lvot to put over the touv it Is ipected'the Lethbrldge district league the.score being" 7 to 4. VANCOUVER 4, SEATTLE 3. TAXCOUVBR, -Feb. 2. Seattle liockey champions will have lo make j bomb 'mto {ne Vancouver n the playdown for the intermediate camn last nlsht when vSiae Iron; rdvincial 'championship. Lethbridge j ffidSi a 3 o 1 count'in the tbM gated ami discovered what they bought was tho trouble, but evidently he cause was not removed until the rouf was soon in flames. Mr. W. IVyndcr, a neighbor assisted in remov- ing all the- furniture from the down- stairs part of the house but oil things it tho upstairs were consumed with the building. The piano although re- moved was left too the firo and the heal ruinei it. Mr. Wight had the most up to date farm bouse in the district, equipped with water and electric light system of its own. He lives five miles' southwest on the main road to Beazar near llobiuson Coulee. Some' insurance was carried with tho Milk River Insurance Co. Still same five thousand dollars not cover the loss. Mrs. A. Austin has CPPII spending a few days in Stirling visiting friends. That Chinook Is helping to broaden Hie smile on Ibe face of tbo farmer, especially the OHO who is feeding a feu- head of cattle. Horn to Mr. aud 5IrJ. W. H. Coombs, a son. Tlie of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Bay Saints which is in sTes'sion today nnd i tomorrow has'brought in a great many j visitors to .o_ur town..Xot ,a ffivf from fllie northern .settlements, tenor for Ihe Magrath Institute. A let- ter-was read from the district con- venor, Mrs. Atkins, Cardston. in re- gards a conference lo be held in tho near future. A vocal solo by Mrs. Bab- cock was much enjoyed by all. Mrs. nea Bennett gave a very fine dofinl- ion of Institute work in her reading ho motto "For Homo and was her subject. Demonstrations ot hot tamolcs, by Mrs. R. YV. Brads-haw and baked beans hy Mrs. Bern Brad- shaw were next on the program. All :ho ladles were served and pronounce them very good. It was decided to hold Ihe regular Children's Flower Fair this year and arrangements will be mado to prepare prize list, etc. The meeting adjourn ed for one month, tho last Friday in February. A number of new members were added to the roll. Jlr. and Mrs. J. A: Mercer are re- joicing over the arrival of a son. Gladys IJradsuaw and Hazel Karren were taken to Lcthbridge last week suffering u-llh enlarged tonsils. Jlr. Melvin Ririe and Miss Ruby Shelton left on Friday morning for Salt Lake City, Utah, where they will bo married. They are both popular young people in Magrath. Mr. and lira. Jos. AUton received the sad news of tbc death of their son Joseph's wife, Alston is well in California, known here, Joseph having ever hurt to have it known n live town where sport is given ood support, so that tha journey pi ie-hockey.learn Is of more than or- inary Importance. Just make up 'your mind right now o purchase tickets for yourself, wife, sweetheart and all the rest and ake in all three nights of the big car- ival. And bring your skates along so hat yon can enjoy a couple of hours' kating In addition to tho amusement vhlch will be furnished. Rotarlans Help Just to show how the Rotary Club ooks on tills effort of the U A. A. A. o put the rink In good financial post- ion every man at tho Monday lunch- eon volunteered to dispose of five ickels or more for the three-night carnival. Rotary is always behind any scheme for Ihe good of tjie city. Old Country ,25) I scores CURLING Last Night's Results Fox-beat Kirkham. Crawford beat JlcNaub. Carberry beat LIvIe. Draw For Tonight Tuesday night, two draws, 10 ends. 7 P. M. Shepherd vs Reid Aird vs Simpson Stewart vs Davidson Skeith vs Johnson (E.) Marrs vs Maclcod P.M. Parts vs Nelson (H.) Peat vs Clark (B.) .Hamilton vs Scott (E.) Deid vs Johnson (N.Y.D.C.) "The Chimes of a popu- lar opera was presented last week, Friday and Saturday. In the Cardston gymnasium to two large and apprecla- jtive audiences. Financially it was a grand success. As a'whole the opera vas well presented although some of the singers not having had much ex- lerience along theatrical lines were a 'ittle timid and became confused in he rendering of their parts. Mr. Campbell ns "Gaspard" deserves spe- cial mention, he not only acted hut looked his part. Miss Ruble Parrlsh as Germaino the lost Marchioness'in licr initial appearance in opera is worthy.of mention. Her voice particularly adapted to the role she sang. With a little morO'practlce silc bids fair to become one of Cardston's leading voices. Mrs. Smith as always was at her best and in her character- istic manner portrayed the character Rugby Rugby Results LONDO, Feb. results Saturday -were: Hramlcy 0, Harrow 0. Kelghley 5, liattloy 2, Saliord 8, Bradford 0. WIrrlngton 18, Droughton S.. Hull Kingston 5, Dewsbury 12. Huuslet 0, Halifax 9. Ilnddersflcld J2, Kochdale 8. Wakcflctd Trinity ii, Hull 24. Oldham 2, Leeds 0. Mldncs IS; Leigh 0. Rugby Union Results United Services 0. Cardiff JS, Gloucester 3, Newport 18. Leicester fi, Swansea 11. Coventry 8, Cho.llonham 6. Cambridge University Cl, Hospital 0. Rugby 10, Northampton 8. Glasgow University .1, Edinburgh University 0. Llanelly 21, Bath 0. Old Merchant Taylors 10, Rich- niond 0.' Replayed Scottish tup Games Hibernians 2, Galston 1. nykeheart 1, Albion 2. Scottish League Ayr United I, Clydobank I. 2, Auiffcc-s 0. Dumbarton 2, Motherivell 3. Dimdeo 2, Celtic 1. Kalklrk 0, Rangers 3. .Hamilton Academicals 2. Greeuoi'k 2 Partlck Thistle 0. Hearts 2. Queen's 1'nrk 2, Third 0. Rt. Mlrrcn 1. riallh Rovers 1. Kllmarnock 3, Alrdrleonlans 2. Free Trade'Wins in Debate- of Health Active Bergcr Flensteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., LethbrWjt, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlln Special, It costs no more. fTYom Ouf OJTTI CorrfistKinflpnt) Feb. vil- lage council held their first meeting of the year last-Tuesday morning. Sir. C. S. Noblo Is this reeve for tho coming year and K. Hunt was appointed SIIss Gerber and Sliss Wilson, lietlibridgo Conser- vatory of' Music, guests at the iiorao of M-.JW..J. iluchuiian over the week end last Noblo entertained the -Chora Society and other friends on Saturdai evening, JauV 'and everyone on joyed program ot lu readings given by the LethbridsoArtists; Misses Strote, Cer ber and Wilson. The Community. Club debate held last Thursday, Jan., 22 was well at- tended, considering .the severs wea- ther. The subject of debate was "Ke- solvcd that protection is ft better commercial policy for Canada, than free trade.'1 As. might bo expected, free trade had tho best o[ the argu- ment. The speakers on the affirma- tive were the liev. II. Mun- caster and Sir. Hunt; those on the negative verb Messrs. Swallcs aud B. L. Cody. There arc so many of the sia.'tlng debating societies, that some system of inler- tomi debatci-might; easily be organ- ized. There is .to bo a congregational meeting on Sunday evening, Feb. S, after the regular-church services to OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Sen-ice oa Couutry Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 been a resident of .Magrath the greater part of his life. His wife wns Miss Bacon of litireaku, Utali. They were in California Tor the benefit of Mrs Alston's health. Tho debate on Tuesday evening last uiuler direclion of. the .M.I.A. was tended by a. large crowd of people who I enjoyed the evening immensely. The! subject, "Ilesolvod that Parliamentary j government is better for a progres-' sive, democratic people.than a presi- dential government." The affirmative was sustained by Miss Hllller and .Mr. Clarke, tbc negative by Mrs. A, J. Mercer and Mrs. Elmer Ririe. The judges decided in favor of the affirma- tive although some of the- audience were not entirely of that -way ot think- ing. AJ1 sneakers did well and are- to be congratulated on their splendid efforts. Musical numbers wore given, vocal solo by J. .0. Bridge also a well deserves! encore; cornet solo, Hall Poulsen; piano selection, Miss Bab- cock; The wool growers of this district motfOn Thursday night in the- Town conference ot the Alberta Stake held. hall to hear the report of Secretaiy on Saturday "and Sunday. who has been tiast investigating conditions and the wool On Thiirsdayr.cvening the Cannon- eers Jazz Hand gave a dance here and everyone enjoyed, it immensely. A number ot MagnUh people went to Cardston oil Friday lo attend the Do not forget Wednesday Is city championship play down and games must be played when drawn. The first draw of the sixteen entries is as follows: The draw Wednesday at 6-p.m sharp (12-cnd Nelson vs Teat. Shepherd vs Skeith. Hamilton vs Klrkbam. W. Crawford vs H. A. Crawford. a Wednesday, 8 p.m. (12 Aird vs Clark. Macleod vs McKencte. McN'abb vs I Vox va Carlierry. I J Remember, irfny when drawn; it la; i Important for tlm success of the event Ithnt thoro bo tio dragRlng. of Scrpoletto.. Mr. Jensen was labor- ing under a very severe cold but he possesses a fine icnor and should de- velop. Wlinl made it possible to pre- sent tho opera in such a fine style has Ihe work of the orchestra under the leadership of Mr, A.'T. lleusen, Stake Musical director. Mrs. Siliail Phuff StiiUh presidrrl at tho piano. must iint forget the young lady dancers, who between acts. Their tonchr-r, Mrs. deserves s clal mnntlon for tlie oxedlonce of jtlicir inn nee. Xo doubt the company will ;ijipcar siiortly-in Rome uf tbc r-itics. BETTER i am still painting autos In the same old a good full line ot Imported, high grade varnishes, etc. First'.to b'c obtained since hostilities ceased abroad. THE OLD CAR MADE NEW i j., HARRY W. SHORT 405 SIXTH AVENUE S. PHONE 417 Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Entranco OH Siith Street. ANDY RADIATOR MAN j 418 Fifth St. S. 1 ANYTHING IN. RADIATORS lj Q ESW. A unanimous call to (lie pulpit of Kl. Paul's Presbyterian Church. Tor- onto, was extended lo Rev, Hf. Mac- Donald, I Cornwall Klectrlr, Light Cower has increased (he supply of power by witfi the lines of the rit. Lawrence I'owor Co. MACLEOD AT PINCHER ON WEDNESDAY MIGHT PINCH Ell CHKKK, Feb. Tlirr Jlaclcoil Morkey sexlelo will slli-ks with the Pin- rher Crrek team here next Weilncsil.iy evening, tlh. nt S j-.-n Wilkinson and Wallace will likely be out of the game for week or in the Aisioc.iiion or UK- Tormer's shonHur sustained at ihe gnmo ami of Ihe lat- tcr's knee- at the Lo'hbrlilHO game. In spite of the loss both, our luitno team will l.o fitrcnftthencd hy some, fnst younp home products. A big crowd from Macleod Is expect- ed, FO turn out and be a bnn.itsr for our home horkcy WOMEN'S 1N.STITUTE AT MAGHATH HAD BIG v (Krom Our Own Correspondent) MAOKATI1. regular meeting (if v.'amcn's Inslitiite find Ilio fir-t K, bo hcltl in tlio year 1920, was held in Hie Town hall on Friday nrim-.oon. -About 70 laclios wero present this being one of the largest meeting ever held The Pro- Mrs. .Mrt'onuel prcairlcd. Prin- Irlpal Mercer of tlie'l'ublfe school gave [a very fine talk on how motlier.i can help make Hie Edionl belter. He spoke of the honor Fy.iic.rn now ostahllshed who fittcndsd regular, ulv.-ays curly, and being absent onty [on jiccnunt of sickness, can pass froirr griidc ID nnolhcr without writing on Sroko ot how neccs- sury it was tiint jijjpils attend regular r.icn Ming on rinie, many liuc-rusl- ing Items of Interest lo mothers. Some qusstlons wen- naked by' the latlics and Ijy Mr. Mercer. A corn- mlttce of thr- following ladles was np- liolntful to vM! Ihc schnol anil work- In conncctirni witli tho In- slitute anrl tin. Kclmol Hoard so the best conditions possible, unnllnry, etc.. may oxist all for n bdl-j school, .Mcrkley, Mrs. C: j.TeniHin, Mrs. Habcock, Mary Flclclior nnd Mrs. Conk. Mies L. Hall was itppolufH con- TOBACCO SERIES No, VII nnd curing hy modern mcthoil. The leaf is treated with warm fresh process wlilcli preserves Ihe natural flavour In the manufactured product, Quality, flavour ami aroma allcombmadin the Tobacco with a llecut." Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Weldin? Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Letlibrfdge Hoter Phone 1544 TOBACCO VS mole inland Chewing We Have Installed a Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all mnhos of Expert Hot Air Fuf-nace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Worker] 336 6th St.'South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adnms Block 13th Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR AU MAKES OF CARS, By Experienced Mechanics, FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STOP. AGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED IQ. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;