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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUft THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD, 'letbbribse Uecalb alberta Proprietors and iTHE LETHiRlDQE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Hi Strttt South, W, A. iuchaui FMiUsnt cad Manasltl Director Mill Terrance Busings Manajsr TELEPHONES Otflcf .Urterlal Office........... 1221 11 U just as necessity for the female for the male, no', only In its health properties but in the Insurance It gives In lio cats ot boat and ratlilug aocidects This need nol be particular ly urged. Our obiecl icfdring to sivlramint s lo iillude to the interest taken in his form of healthy recreation and lercUe by a woman's organization iu he city, the Women's Civic Club Tlic motive behind the interest taken is a. one. In that it keeps with the ipiril ot Ihfl club, it we may BO put t, in the physics! uplift of sex by form of athletics which is pirttc- ularly adapted to It, in its non-strenu- ous nf.ture. In addition to its health- properties. Tbo efforts of Ibe Women's Civic Clut need every encouragement. The Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subierlpllin Dalif, delivered., per I -1' per j-enr.-----.. 'Dillf, by per year fcjr Bi-.ll, per yesr per yetr Q U.S. day o' 191S Is almost spent and we (further Investigation jre about to enter a ne-w xsur 1930. (he caboose on MKV the year ISSJ bo better In every ISIJND. Dec. lasl CABOOSE ON FREIGHT BY FIRE (rrtuii Our Own CARMAXGAV. Dec. a lit lie- excitement wia Iu lowu on i Saturday nighl when the people heard the fire bell ring and everybody where Ihev fire was till fin- ally they looked down tho C. V. It- track Biid saw the fire. At flrsl they thought it was oil lank. PA ICKED UP ASS1NG tOU way than tho year that I? just spent. Let us nil "Do the work ihal's nearest, Though It's dull at Helping, when we meet them, Lame over See in every hedgerow Marks of angel's feet, in every pebble, oar feel." The I'nited Sunday St'uool held Iho lifrs who are giving up their time iconrert and Christmas Iree In St. An- would not to possible to ma '.i r..wX church on VVeduJ'Mlr.v evening Igons, everv number Trtin1 romote love for a clean and Vhere cdvcd. WhW Rev. Mr. 1 thful recreation no so m Hie splr- _ ihe mvtnrpit ihn arrival of Si lo p healthful do so iu Ihc splr it o! service without any personal re- present ward. Whatever there is In the financ- side beneflls the Y. H. C. A. to i but it was the. souiii bound which had caught on tiro on account of an overheated stove and it was entirely desiioyed by fire. A large, attendants was present at the house on Monday right on the occasion at the annual com- munllj Christmas tree. The enierlaiu- ment and concert given by Hie school children. !t was the most am- bitious eifort so fsr put forth here jnd the teachers are to. b'e congratulated on the excellent showing made. It would not be possible to make compar- Polite Inspector A. Hals, of Eduion- i.ou, lias .Miiuilobu may ilrultiJwr prescrip- tions to eight ounces. McHordy J. Fred Hume, are'mayoralty candidates In Nelson. Medidue Hat Uocrd o( Trade lav- 's permaneiil tail'f commission. pair of 'expiry or auottrlpltori ap- Accep'.- eiplralion dato ntborltyUo continue tho sub- BRANCH MOW NEEDED. e'omo unfoieseen great extent snd r.lso the funds ot the Civio Club, ia hdpim; It to carry on, in that a certain amount 'of finance h, neeatul for all institutions. Tbe women and the girls of the .city have the opporlunity of being helpful TO themselves and to two worthy; or- fai.liations in tho city by taking swimming. Tho fasni.n r.l swlm'uilug one which should ciich en. Parents ig well re- Telfer an- attendance of children, while arrival of Santa Clans mainly those Uh-_ children woiit with Joy. Tlitn whose children were Ihero or thosejsauti Claus proceeded-to distrlbulo inierested in .the Sundayithe presenls and overs' child in Ihe Tho chair was ably fill-jcarnianpiy ichool district was remem- hltch oc- curs, coostrucllon on Ihe lOO.OOO-acre No'rthern Irrlgallon pro- will get under way durlns Ihe Wilh Ihe coming of lhat great de- 'lelopment north of the need ''of a railway line northeast from Kipp j 'and connecting up the Iron Turin and country north and ot. 1 there, with Iheir market In Irflh- 'bridge will he meny times s.'ealer liar. H has been fa the past, and no who have a regard iho heallli of their daughters should do nil Ihey can ILJ encourage them lo '.'.p one fovra of recreation for womo no i can objecl lo. Ulrls! Lest jou. forgei, 1S20 Is Leap Year. chool work s ed liv Mr Still, the Sunday school after which candy, apples and erinfendetH. -.vhilo Mr. S. Y. Hurst was organist for the on the program when the alienee fang. program consiMed of ipandolin iluets. cuorujes. recitations and drills, all of which were well execuiet) ami heart- oranges; were passed around to tho youtii; people. The singing of God Save the King brought the evening to a close. Hon. A. J. -Mcl-cau, provincial min- ister of public works, was n visitor in applauded. Another foMure of the it own laet Friday, and from hero drove Faith in Southern Alberta has soms- thing more substantial datlon than mere hone. for its fouiir That the present year be a one. can deny that Iho need has been year is the unanimous v.-lsh for niauy years now. 0{ lhc ppopie of southern Alberta. to.the Jriigatlpn projects this thould be one of the main objectives of the, people of Lethhridg? during the new year, and represen'.ltlonB should be made once more to the C. T. R. tar the early undertaking of this line. A -ouple of years ago Vice Pres- ident Grant Hall made a persona! tour o! intpecllcn over the proposed route sriiich would link Lefhbridgo wilh fia Kipp. Bui though wo %e: i'leve ie was impressed wilh the need o{ IneBranch, Ihe company could see What it failed to do !n the matter of wheat production in 1919. Southern Alberta made up in coal production. Premier Uorden hjis '.itcu asked not lo resign. .Hon. been as not to re.'gn. To be ie the fashion Chief Hardy has bein ssked not lo program was the makiiig of presents- llons. Hev. V. M. Gilbert presented Mr. S. Y. Hurst wilh.a suitcase as a slight token of appreciation of the adherents ot Ihe church for Mr. Hurst's services as organist of the United church, which pwlllon he has EO kludlv and ably filled without my Ihoughl of remunerallon. Miss Sadie James was presented wilh a very pretty pin in recognition ol her ser- vices" as organist in tbe United Sunday school, On hehalf of iherj.adles' Aid, ;ho chairman presented a cheque from hu'said society to Gil- lert and wife. Then folulwej'the ilia tribulion of bags ot candy to all thi children present, while those children belonging lo tho school who were ab- sent had Chrlslii'ias bags sent to Ihem After this the audience was dismissed The Lutheran church held a con cerl and Christmas Ireoili the I.Q.O.F hall on Friday afternoon last. All the children o" Iho congregallon weroj over to Travers. Mayor W. P. Teskey Icii ou Tues- day to spend a month or two with bis aiu'ly at Vancouver, B. C. Mr. Hurt- mrt will have chaise of his business lere during his absence. The people of Ca'nnangay wefe grsatly surprised luBt'week to see tlic Carmangay Sun out again. Hero hoping lhat every citizen of Carman gay and ite district will subscribe .fo: the Sun and pay Mayor Gale, of Vaucouvsr, iri re-elecllou. I Win Llnlon, principal of Victoria Gall. IB retiring, and was cndered a banquet by the teachers. Hector M. Sutherland, n former Voodstork boy. has been elected Mayor of St. Boniface, Manitoba, Schools at Hopewell PlcUm lave been closed ou accouut of smallpox. Postal Savings Hank, New York, ms 150000 depositors, owners of an aggregate-sum of :.rJ, j City Engineer-McArthi'.r, of'Guelph', has had his salary'Increased to a year. Tho Mcl.agan and Stratford Co. announced o. tern for Insuring every The tojTnage passing througli the SaulliociS and canals during tlie 1919 season iigh'iest In five It is up to one .and all to help support our local newspaper. Mrs. J. who has been TUitlhg dojijn 'east' for the past while returned h'ome.'thls week. Mr, John Mohoney and daughter spent Ihe Christmas holiday In Cal- given a Chrislnj'as treal.'and .many other children vsn also reuiembered. Veslerday aflerhoon the Ladies' Aid of'the" United "church met In the rest room. Vlce-Pres-ldenl Mrs. 1. James, now acting president had H charge of the meeting, while Secretary inson home Christmas. Mrs. F. W. Taylor to at- "First she would and then she would- n't, then she sighed and i-oid she coulii- no way of undertaking It at thai time. n) spply [r, thc atlltude Howeter, the war is over and rwosstructiua in Soulhera .Alberla will commence In earnest with the start of construction on .IrrlKatlo'a ox. tensions and we believe" the Hi ;n to Ihe The one satisfaclion iu Ihe raise in hs price ot: wheat is that the man officials would vlew-.loe new' brsnui the goods will eneflt in' an industry which Is not 11 and honey. in a more kindly way .ifrappronched now. It is to he remembererl that there is1 no existing charter for the and .work should be started to gel the company inierested so that thi charier raighl be applied for and sectir- et! at Ihe. coming stislon oi parlia- ment. l.elhbridgc neeils Ihe bisncb, and heaven only i-'J farmers in the torntoi-' ha-; spent the Mr. and Mrs. X. Current also fed n host over In 2-5 on Christmn? n the same cheerful and generous FAITH SCHOOL HAS CLOSING EXERCISES trftln service- connecting with Pass points, Fernle 3 brook. Bu! ths elfc.ts at were br lhc i-.rgurofr. oJ the railway dcmaiidcd thrr. Welsh to object to "Henry V." iu that tho fact of Pistol being compelled to the leek Is a libel cm all for 'ew weeks apanl.lho The name of >ilss Minnie Walker not when It camo lo K up the poaitton o( registrar to fi-Vom rtt1 Altft., Due. MlfS Stow- r.t U.C., jar; lias jusl closed her leim ns holldaf at home, teachei of tho Kalll: school, and held 1 who was fataily shot at the Kadlum Hot Springs, B.C., fired the fatal shot herself. Dr. Charles B. Treble, of Toronto, who died in Octcrber lasl, leaving an estate valued at con- ditional beti'dusts of J5.000 Ie- each Grace hoipltal, 'he Methoilisl Union of Toronlo and lo lhc Iruslces of Iho Met- ropolitan church, A cuslomrr in n l.anslnp. Mich., har- (Duel) Alda 9B211 Lombardl (Wllh'Sicrjid Joy) T3.5C Trio, Aids, -Caruso and JonrneL IY95209 Martha Wheel) Carusb, Jacoby. Journet-and Aids 35310 Martha (Good Caruso, Jacoby, Jonrucit and Alda. SB329 Barber cf Seville.. (Room for thc Factotum) Amato. SS32S Otello (lago'B Orecd) Amalo. 89055 Faust (Scene of Int. %3.X Amalo, Journet and Chor- us. 88480 l.'a Paloma S7D12 Bohcme 'Tliou Sweeteat Duct, Bori End McCur- mack. 3S051 A'ricana (0, Paradise) Caruso............ 35375 tlreama of Long Ago (Caruso) -S50S9 Eiislr d'Amore (Twenlr Crowns) SS004 Gruiiiii'v du Gorgona 8R301 Seville... (A -mice I hear) SS20S .Vi'ust Possente S7113 JWsKf... 12.60 thou dost cher- 95211 (With rk T Trio, 'and Journet. 95209 (Spinning Wnwl) Quartette, Jonrnet and 952W Martha (Qood Quartetti, Canwo, 'jacuoy, Joornet and Alda. S8329 Barber of Serllle (Room for Factotum) Amato. 88328 Otello (Info'" Qrrtd) 99055 Pau6t (Scene of the SwordR) K-00 Amato, Journet ana Chor- us, Ssiso IA paloma (Bpri) 87512 Dohemo' (Thou Maiden) est Maiden) Duct, Borl anl McCor SS054 Afrteana (0, Caruso. S8376 Dreams of Ago Caruso. 39083 Bllslr d'Amote (Twenty Crowns) 85084 Oruclll.T De Oogorza SS301 Barber (A littls j 38203 Faust possonle) (2.00 Scottl. '7113 Masked Ball (Ruffo) J1.25 dost cher- T Jocelyn 89073 Ave (Melba snd 5J105 from Jocelyn returning to Caithenas on Mon- jtde closing exercises o ilny. Mrs. W. J. Oliver relumed Nteiilctne Hat Ihc day Christ- mas, bringing a Imby girl. Mayor Reid was a guest al the liinj Kl tilt Wi kept to the 36l ponibk Bal the Tfttr .1 itA we'ors safo in sayug that Ihe siotrle' titln way dally 13, at Ih3 j tlrfte, jreatly ovdrtaxed, aiij T.ith tht .Coming nf spring will be oven mqra ao. The Herild believes thai the C. P. R. sh'ould relurn to the double ser- vice through the Crow's Nssl and 'nli the public has a right lo ask then fo io so, vrhlch she wag appointed by the nrilry (InvirnmcDt. The ajltatlon over her :-r. Mntment bafi boon amoolhed ovci. state of affairs, il Is saH. irc-ughl about by a conference- be- 1 u.a V. P. organizer. Mr. Cu-- ,nd members of Iho HOVSTI- ind we nvy be iierc ng of favors in trie home of Mr. and Mra. J. Held, l.elh- jreniarks he vvss bridle, for Christmas. Mrs. Benning's brother rind frieml from Magralh were gut-ats at her home for a tow days, reluming on Monday. Christmas'her shop was charged He asked Kve. A very program barber if ho wanted lo buy n from rendered. Tho opening eitcrclse, "Joy !horse. "What would I rlo with a lo ll-.n was sung with an sskeci Ihe bartoi'. "Well." said lime ring. Then rc-Howed remarks'the customer, "you know Jesse James by the chairman'.; Mr. (Juopcr. In his a horse." ,Ur. wont lo QIVIC CLUB AND POOL. There may bo divldod opinions as la the particular form of physical cul- lure In whlr.h women and girls en- bul In one form ihcro cannol be any different views held, and lhat Is Mayor liardlf, with regard to'-iwltiirnin? for sev. to thtnk of his-: tho of r lls Qet under tho tehle with the poi' >r, who resides In B In on some mortem lime the remit cannot very !ic rlbcd In prinl. It should bf '.-.ill- loalfid In aong or on I Alberlan. had no idea lhat, iu addition lo his othar flardle is a poet Perhaps: he only Ir .Mr. Mnrticine linl on a vlHlt SUE Miss Krances Ro33 is-Et UK: Imme oi MIp.s 9rriilh, Hal. iho past few ilays Tolln, slater of Vir. Walt arrive'! from .Slontr'jal Mim- finldlng. response I') a wire abijil her (was to place tlrj credit gfttting jip a good pro- ivhrrf! it to Ihc Iraiher. Miss Sie'warl. and Miss Han- innli Walil and 'Miss Mary [Iriltorf; jsprinidly. tr> Iho day school anil tho The cserllMvn [iblllty The flrat dally newspaper lo he printed in Kngllsh in ap- peared on the secrmil anniversary of the liber.UIon of Ihe Holy City. Decem- ber 9, 1917. uiirtcr liie editorship -if ,D. McCmckan. as an American news- of fie; former and Ihe willingness Its prices an Egyptian pins- schon Tue post official visit to [he gucat at the Hitler were Oio reason. Medicine' for the excellency of Ihe program to follow. Aflcr a pi-aver the pastor, Hev. Ihf: proctiedeil in every re-specl. 'riio drilh. marches, motion sosigs, dla- maile an fslanrt posl office on Monday. Mr. il. H. Robei'.on Is now actiiiB ?.rr. M. Bell Is assisting In lhc offlci1 Ihls we-ik. >lr. Hughes, tnlernatlonal liiocl; man, was a business visiic-r hi How Island yeslorday. Mr. llobert Calder came down from era! care of the lale Hon. John Work, Chief Fad- or of the company. lad I'een raanitesled in teaching anil "VVhcn Molhcr hyh Mr and Jfra. If. W: iner, was very loiicning. Sanla Claus was there and prcsonleii] Iho people1 with dies, and at'P'f-3 'ot- everyone lo npc tho ChriEtTnar, holi- Jdaya Ms family. He intentls so- line weal again atler the New Year. An .icro'jiidtr.t arrived fror.i rlie I'nioii Hank to fill Hie vacancy which will In- causer! Ijy Miss M. Cal- is In !ic la nnlaiilr- rlirs tninsrorrcil. away from the ,'.Ira. i. liner lefl on Monday morn .tiles. Knowing for Wiscon iln. vl'.orn sliri will vlsil with her par inits. .S'r.-'. iiaer's inolher I? hi very at orescnt. lltnlls svhen Prose of hlfl do. It I; ni-oser of Ire (normally ahoul 5 ccnls.) A close link lha early hlslory of Iho Hudson's Hay ('ompany In thl3 province was Feveied on December [by Iho death, of Mrs, Mary lirahame, widow of .Tames Allan (Irahamc. form- er Chief Commissioner of Ihfi Tludson's Tho sdindllioufrt was befiutilully oralorl. a pic: lime lielphii. lo homir the one 11.- After a very interesting and Votes cast in oulside parts of thc province, according to Prcnn. r Oliver's plans, in n new frar.chlso sict In II. C., ilix.. would be enclosed In fpar.lal envelopes the of whirh woulfl be Rll nffi- wholfllvlt slgnrjd by Ihe voter. When re- jcclved by Ihs reghlrar In tho home Iriir, [conslltaencr. a compai-lson would ho made of the signature with Iho live Address Ihe Sunday scfioo' siiperlnlcnrtcnt. Mr. nitlorf, on Ihfl nature In Ihc original np.iHrntlon book of f'.e King, u number of other r.ppropriale wero sung and Ihc meeting hroughi lo a close with every- nun fccliiiK If Faith had had 5001! Chrijlmas iirograms before, llio h03t had been reserved unlU the laaL before It would be atlmlltcd lo cour.l This procedure woulrt delay final an- noiincetncnl of Ihi relurns r.ncl might keep the result In Koine uncertainly whero tho homo vole was very close lieiweon rival candidates. K'ec r -ird (Homer) S8199 Samson and Delilah at thy sweet Lou lie Homer There Is a Oreen Hill I-ouise Homer. R9101 Noriia (Hear Me, Glutk and Homer. SlnK Me to Sleep Olm.k, Zlr.iballst and String Quarlclle. S8410 The Swallow (Eva dell acqua) Frieda Hempnl. 87210 Cannen-Hahnnora.. la like a wood bird) Geraldlnc Farrar. S8113 Mnfli'mo Butterfly.. (Stnie day he'll coro.e) OerniiUiie Fa'-rar. 88537 Mighty laU a rose.. Geraldiuo Parrar, Violin nccnm.. Krolslef. 8S2JS My Old Kentucky Home GoraHine Farrnr. S7073 0 fo" the Wings of a Dovo (Mendelssohn) GoralJIno Farrar. and Krels- S72S5 Flee aa t Bird 8S159 Saroson and %iM (My heart at thy sweet Homer. S8309 Tliere Is a Oretn Hill HomW. S9101 roe, Nor- ma) tZ-OQ Qluck and 90094 sing me to Bleep.. fZ-00 Qluck, and Strius Qnartetff. 88410 The Swallow (Bra dell acqua) Frieda iTempfll. S7210 Carmen-Habanera Is like R wood blri) Qeraldlne Farrar. 8S113 Madams nuttorliy.. {Some day he'll come) Oemldlne Faprar. S8637 MIghly Ilk a row.. Geraldlre Furrl'.r, Violin acccm., K'olsler. RS238 My Olil Kentucky Jlome r.eralnlno Farrar. 87073 0 for Wfnea of E Dovo (Mendelsohn) Geraldlno Farrar. Please remember tLf.'t in cnt itock are hundreds of othtr "His Waster's Voice" records by the world's most famous artists at equally startling dis< counts from former Balmoral ;