Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1020 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREi NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RID OF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP IKE BENEFIT Formal Opening and Entertain- ment Friday, With Classes Opening Monday (From Our Own C'uiTCSiiomlent) AVKKNTHAM. Feb. I'YiiUy evening. Kub. IStli, thu Wrenihiim consolidated school hoard turned ovrr thftir nt'w building tn tbn rate payers. Tho opening consisted of JL program, dance and supper. Tho program was under tho super- vision ot tho Community club. The school is an ideal place was provided for dancing; as the partition between the two rooms can be removed to form one large hall. The play rooms in the basement make an admirable place m for a banquet and smoking room. Dancing was commenced at p.m. and continued until 10 o'clock, when the following program was rendered Speech of welcome, chairman of the' board. N. TJ. Eliasoii. He welcomed everyone to the building and formal- ly turned it over to the ratepayers. Jle explained that owing to financial difficulties a teacher's residence has not been built, hut as soon as cir- cumstances will permit one is to bo erected, Mrs. Bettly then rendered it beau- tiful song entitled "The Song That Ueached My Heart." It was so much appreciated that the audience demand- ed an encore, which Mrs. Bettly will- ingly gave. Mr. Lief Krickson followed with violin solo which was also encored. The audience iheii listened to a debate on wonum suffrage. The af- lirmativo was upheld by Mrs. Bond and Beatrice Jones, tlie negative by N. C. Tregloan and Leu Nelson. The judges, I. M. Coombs and Hall "Welch and Mrs. Davis gavo their de- cision in favor o! tho After so much 011 women and po- litics, Mr. Alien Ericltson's song, "When the Ebb Tide was much appreciated. In tho absence of Inspector Hello- field, Mr. Coombs gave a short speech on "Education." He save a definition ot education, tlien proceeded to go into Its history that the peopdc might our present clay education in the light of tho past. Jie pointed out tho weakness of our present day edu- cation as shown hy so many of our most brilliant minds are being at- the border. Ho con- cluded by wishing Wreutham a. good future in education. Next was a piano duet by Mrs. Ericksoii and Bond. Mr. Perklug then guvo a very humorous stump speech. Tho president of the Community club read a report of money expended Tor our Christmas entertainment, as somo inquiries had been mado as to where'the money vvent. Dancing was again resumed and supper served in tho meantime.. The KrU'ksoM orchestra agreed to play until a.in, fur t-Alru reiumi' liration and so everyolin luul tinoUKti of dancing. KvnryiMii! luui :iu enjoy- able tinio and ace forward lo many, inovo dances iii tho school this winter. i School will opoii in tin; school j un Monday, Fitliniary L'lst. Mr. AIc.Ni'll -left Satin1- day. He j hciMi here Tor a few months crci'tiiif; tho now-school. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Oooinbti sueiU a short -visit with their sun S.W. ol' the school here. Mr. 1'.. A. OL Raymond came Clash in Cork County Results in Losses to prtol Raids CORK, Feb. civilians down triday to take Ins wife home. weru kmeil and cigllt of whom three were wounded, in an en- gagement this'afternoon in the district between Lisgobld and Middleton, roun- ty Cork, according to a general head- quarters report. This is believed to with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliif ICrickson. TMTTTI? HU I IE, lhc Iarge8t numbcr of cas- AFTER MORE MAILS ualtles among the members of the "Irish Republican army" in any si encounter." A detachment of the Hampshire regl- nitjnt surprised a party of civilians in a hoilse on the outskirts of Middle- tou- The civilians' forcoa split up, (From Our Own Correspondent) PICTURE HUTTE Keb 18 Kinn Winter is again with us. and is a welcomed changd compared lo tho high winds and dual of tho past week A number of people from Picture o( lhem remaining In the house Butte attended the meeting Wedues- while The others took up positions iii day night at Iro.n Springs to hear lno earden. In the brisk fighting one Evangelists rooms. Hates-J30.00, J33.00 a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILBBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Boyal Academy and Royal Collets of Music; England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music einms if detlred. Annual spring recltil. Studio, 6th, ATS. A Sout'h. CLEANERS AND PRE88ER8 THE In French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We the gonuine French system, which COT- every spot and eliminates pos- Bible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. Oth Street South. Phone 1818. Collect and deliver. BAILIFF'S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN BY W. J. H. E. MEIBACH AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF W. J. LLOYD NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL MORTGAGE I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: ONE FORD TRUCK, No. 12823 ONE FORDSON TRACTOR, No. 5036 WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE AT FORD GARAGE, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M. Dated, Lethbridge, Feb. llth, 1921. __________________ T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Sheriff's Sale PROVINCE OF ALBERTA TO WIT: By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the Supreme Court of Alberta at the suit of A. Bianchi, Plaintiff, and J. Maestro, Defendant and to me directed against the Goflds and Chattels of J. MAESTRO I have seized and taken into Execution the following Goodj and Chattels, namely: One Second-hand 4-cylirider Maxwell Automobile WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE TUESDAY, 22ND DAY Of FEBRUARY, 1921 AT KUTH'S WELDING SHOP, 1ST AVE. AND 10TH ST., LETrfBRIDGE, ALTA. At the Hour of 3.30 in the Afternoon. Sheriff's Office, Letlibridge; Feb. 11, 1921. MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District of Lethbrldge. TORONTO, Feb. Mac- A' Cre'ar a-nd mendatiou from the moral reform or Angus MacDonald abor member mr other sources, but rather to have cov- Temiskamlng, a delegation from the ert expressions reach his ears that for doing what he thought right he might be implicated. During the past two or 'three months the moral re- formers have been hollering their beads off. why the local constable did not get after the booze. Remember, the local chief is human and, like possibly, could stand a little praise. I Well, here's our compliments, John, and we are sincere. The masquerade, dance held at Chinook School house last Friday night was well attended. There was a large variety of costumes which made it hard work to select the prize winners. The Women's Institute held 'their i ruglllar monthly meeting at the home I of Mrs. .las. Blair last Wednesday and u large number of new members were enrolled on the list. The Institute has now a membership of SO in good standing. The contest which the In- stitute is conducting to increase their membership is going strong, as we understand that the members are working hard writh the hopes of hav- ing a bountiful repast in the near fu- ture.. The contest closes on March 1. j member 'Of the Glasgow chamber of commerce regarding tho trade situa- tion. The newspaper is told by this informant that JUrltish exports should profit from the fact that "Agentlno importers disapprove of American business methods." F. H-. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. ibe Empreja Phono 1969 Residence Phono 1937 GUNSMITHS barrels stiaightened, guns restock- ed, gun done by a gunamlta; fesjrs made. locta rspaireil, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any machinery repaired; lawn mnwerj sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian MotoroyclB Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Offlce. OSCORATING i 'WELLINGTON Decors, tors. Paperbangers and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing Estimates glvon. j Tte oldest established painters te i Lethbrfdje. Res. phone 1472: office i phone 17E3. Sherlock Elds., Leth- bridge. Alberta. CHIN RUNS GAMUT OF WEATHER MAN BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A LIEN AGREEMENT GIVEN BY HANK AND TAIT to H. E. MEIBACH AND TO MFDIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF HANK A.TAIT NAMED IN THE SAID LIEN AGREEMENt I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY; One Second-hand Ford Touring Car, No. 151848 WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Tnes, the 22nd Day of Feb., 1921 AT FORD GARAGE, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF P.M. Dated, Lethbridee, Feb. llth, 1J21. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. (From Our Own Correspondent) CHIN. Feb. we are i again but by no means' are we enjoying the wintry weather of last week's type. King winter has been a i great actor this fear, having thus far rehearsed conditions existing in near- ly all the mouths ot the year, except June, July and August. We certainly I have experienced a great variety of weather. Mrs. A. jr. Sprinkle arrived home on Wednesday last from tho Tnber hospital. A dance was lo have been held In i our school house on tho 16th Inst.. but owing to the inclement weather tho music did'not arrive, nor were thcro many of tlie fantastic trippers Pi-ncptif. wMch was just as well as dis- appointment would have reigned su- preme, owinp: to absence of music. V.'c are sorry to again report iliness in our neighborhood. Mrs. W. .1. Cas- sldy is at present a patient at Van Haarlem Hospital, where she under- wont a major operation on Thursday. Reports to hand at present are that she is progressing favorably. We hope will, continue to speedily recover. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley T. Flynn, on Thursday, Feb. 3rd, at their farm at Chun, a son. Mr. TJ. J. Cassidy spout Thursday and Friday In FjCtlihridge. Mr. A. N. Sprinkle spent Friday in Lethbridge. (The Railway Board rewstoded the order prohibiting exportation of cool from eantern ports eieept. to tho Uni- ted States Inside Right? No, but you have a chance to be "right inside" in The Herald Football Competition A jump this week from 25.00 to PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCT INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI8 Suits 4; Acadla Block. Phone A. Decorating and Phono 690. Oil Sth Avenne South. 117.9 H. L. Copeland Phone 1903. H. B. Kent Pions ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office Conybeare Block, Phones 711 and 1965. S1-2J WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KU'I'H, PHOXB 732. ELECTRICTSUBPLIES Electric Llsht and Power Contractor! Phono 1333 409 Sth St. 3. Lethbridga Farm Lighting a Specialty Ccntractora for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PJANO TUNING Q. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- oursiCertlficato M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phona 1168. 627 10th Street South. is a fair indication jf the increas- ing popularity of your own city competition. "The More Entries- the Prizes" FARMERS! When in heed of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to ypur inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Satisfaction In nrict and workmanship, Tractor Cylinders teground. and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Avc. S. Phone i732. THIS PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paporhansmjc l specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. BID 12th St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience In, Ulterior iind Interior Decorating 967 South Estimates tree, Res. phono ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF AHMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit. No. 34 Veterans desirous ot Joining the aboYO association, can obtain In- formation and application forma from the secretary, L. Leigh, P, 0. Box No. 6, Lethbridge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not hire your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored befon the frost comes, with the belt Core obtainable. Drop In and let ua tell yoa About It, or ask someone who bag oca. Tbay STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvtr Grill. HERALD WANT AD L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Dtxrtt Aftflt Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL' PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PKINTINO. HOME-PORTNAITUKE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO.