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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUAIiY :i, litti HK MISfCALU PAGE Turn Your Odd Pieces of Fnmitnre Into Cash By Usag the "nfedfanew for Safe" Cohmn-lt Wifl Surprise Yon How Easy It Is To SeD E Christ man Entertainments in Town iind i P. R. Cut Off One Operator (From Our Own correspondent) are (knurled for hours. I Tbu nUjat caitbuund un Tuesday dJd not arrive 1.111 noun, owing to the deruilimmt of tho engine at Klpp, and arousod tho Idea in town that another hockey gamo rin at tfce Hat. The Xmau entertainment at the PA- cal Collieries on Dec. was well attended and the best held there yet. Tho schoolroom was a picture, two People's Forum THE BASSOFF CASE Box 166, Blalrmore, Alta. December 30, 1930. Bassoff murdered week. the room decorated to match. Tho gitts of Mr. Claim were numerous aud y H satisfying, anil an excellent program marked the occasion in which sach of Ior the children bore a part and. which consisted uf several solos by local in last ctse, replying to me, does not explain YTHHV evWence the jury convicted _ y Hassoff, cannot, of course, but writes TADEIt, Dec..30.-P C. Hosoy and talent and a number of song8 ami 011 of lne other ju-vment three days In February; and it Is in- and oflier helpers. Wnen Santa'Claus foresting to.noto that the first named, had bestowed Ills blessing and a larso thev had I no Vni vln-ine ivldpnrf nf now president of the hockey dM'- was -range of gifts, he added a novelty in thn ciillt of B-wwiff largely Influential in getting this the presentation of albeautiful.casser- The Letlibridce Herald and other nicotlng for Lcthbrldge, as well as be- ole to Rev. and Mrs. Bryar. on behalf napors to the wildest --i been received for the follow- ing Box OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS thiugs seems to be in order.1 Per- The City of Calgary was off its base ialls your contributor for years in regard to the Street ellliEhten ua in Dnc her 'nstruc- Cars until the' "Torohfc Saturday tivo arliclcs- slle ls apparently a bold Night" took it by the hand last sum- Euy (1 mean i mer' Possibly again, .thosn who re- Seriously, however, does anybody eard Municipal street cars as a "busi- Ing offered 'the position ot president of the community, Mrs. Bryan suit- most untruthful rumors, broadfy pro-1need a mandate to stop a leak? Is it Proposition are I" Hie wrong. i i f i t i i jnuoi.uiini.iLiii.uii umuia, ui vuuij yiu- of the .association hist year, refusing ably acknowledging the gift. The pro- claimed Bassoff a murderer and 1 rc- tho honor.owing to press of business, coedings closed with the National An- member an editorla1 in your paper The Taber Poultry and Pet Stock them, and the Xmas -entertainment condemning un- Snow takes place on January 4th. If will long be remembered by those heard and undefended and talking surrounding shows are .a criterion ajwho had tho fortune to be present. about the majesty and grandeur !arge exhibit may be expected. Measles having about disappeared, British justice We are pleased to note- the name of mumps are raging. It never rains And now without even tho train Miss'Lydia Wiggins as a prize winner bat it ppurs. not being able to robbery charged or proved against in tho Herald sfory competition, the tell the deliveryman whether is them, Akroff is shot down and Has- Dame.ot Gordon Miller also appear- oysters or chocolates you' want. Ing. The competition is bringing to I Knox Sunday School, instead of tha llghfthe local talent ana we nope to near 01 tor a Amas entertainment- in the a1 them again. torium or the church, sickness" and j budding novelists among the usual Xmas dinner, arranged this year ent and we hope to hear of for a Xmas enterta'inmcnt- in the audl- torium oc the Sickness' and The Canada West is again at work cold weather did not prevent a good' after stoppage owing to the breaking attendance and the program, present- of a large wheel on the tipple. Re- ed the school, was .prime pairs had to be obtained from Cal-1 reward to a highly interested audl- gary, entailing delay. jcnce. The platform was' beautifully The series of" lectures delivered by decorated with a heavily laden Xmas Professor Alexander on the subject of tree at the rear. Messrs. Andrew How- phrenology, with the consequent ley, superintendent of 'the school, and amusing entertainment In the reading R. G. Tqdd presided over the enter- of the characters of local citizens by talnmcnt, which was in the hands of the use of the science, has drawn a Mrs. B. B. of, the crowd, with endless local, discussion, children, including j soft is ktrbarously hanged. Yours truly, C. STUART. THE HERALD'S STORY COMPETITION 718 Tenth St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. December 28, 1920. Lethbridge Herald. Sir: I have just read with apprec- iation the editorial in today's issue i Story >roui thoughtful observation and encourages Mkrd Batteries at a New Price Level Effective with the publication of this an- nouncement, Willard Batteries .will be sold on a new and materially lower price level. The same Vfillsrd by the same authorized Wil- lard Service. SCARLET SERVICE STATION 311 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta Th ir .1. ji 4 v oos or e The Methodist church was the scene (nation papers. Often we find y of a big githenng on Dec. 22nd, when people actually cultivating the us the usual Xmas entertainment took slang as an evidence of being s BSSt 2- tho success of the entertainment was 0: school, ,tend to convince bovs and X'lT" the Kirls that' correct exTessionrvalued audience voted tho affair a big sue- even by those who have nothing to do Th ir .1. ji 4 v lwith "inking exercise books or exam- young use of ce o being smart place. The large Xmas tree had a and up-to-date. Now slangno doub heavy uurden, and with the appear- has Its uses (Mrs. lama Peach finds ance of Santa Claus at the close of a it so) but Is a great enemy of exact nne srograni, the gathering reached expression and even of exact thlnk- ihe climax of enjoyment, the man ing. One poor hackneyed phrase -is from the pole having a lot of interest used under such variety of circum- for the kiddles, who looked eagerly stances that it usually bfcome a mere for his coming and were not disap- jangle of words to cover absence or pointed. As a result everyone went vagueness of though' home happy, full of the Christmas i To return to the essay contest just SPw concluded, I might hazard an opinion Weather interruptions have held that the lack of a wider response from hack work .on the Sundal cottages, but those eligible in tho junior section with the Chinook, Contractor Hudson was due In great measure to the has begun work again, and the skele- feature which in Itself was possiblv ton of one building is now In place. most to be commended. Scholars The C. P. R. has de'cided to do with are accustomed to seek for knowledge two operators at Taber for the pres- in books rather than in life itself A ent, and C. McCartree has temporarily contest demanding original research retired from the service. The staff in work amongst human sources of in- both offices has been reduced by formation demands a maturity of threo but more will be needed when thought not usually developed in boys the late winter rush commences. and girls of "fourteen or fifteen yea'-s The interior fittings in the shape of 'it is to be hoped that similar con- workshop accommodations have now tests in- the near future will give been erected in the McLaughlln gar-. further chance for such development age, and a much more efficient hand- Personally, I was gratified that two Ing of work can be expected, steam students from my own class were able ieat circulating throughout the build- to secure first and tnirrl place respec- iiig also. The car storage has. been tlcely in the junior section PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DENTIST We make switches, transformations, etc., from your Switches an o-f. Salway Hulr Factory, Cartlston, Alia. ination to the pubjic-weaUput off rates. this cannot forj really necessary to have a mandate They nlay bo Partly of the to discontinue a losing proposition a doi wherever it may occur in .Municipal 'ho i operations, of the commercial sort? If Mr. Freeman tK'i-ictly reiarreato the HE SEES WITH EASE a municipality is justified in coutinu- jloss of Tax Income that Forcsighted men never allow them: Ing to run a line of street tire at a'if our io3inS proposition were dlscon- 5eives to get farsighted or even near- loss on the plea that It is convenient "nued. I give It up, apologizing for sighted. At the first Indica-.'on of to somo of the citizens who are rate- monopolizing space. The best I can impaired eyesigltl they come to J. M. payers, it seems to me that it would do is to wish Mr. Freeman, Mr. Rob-1 Henderson and get their vision per- be equally well justiaed In running a your Musketeerjjf the "Why" cafe at a loss to provide for those who I've at an Inconvenient distance who are also contributors to the rates. (Perhaps it would be it is hard to say, should very much like to see the question discussed as to how far a Municipality Is justified in entering Into or continuing a- com- mercial venture which does not its working expenses, on the idea that it Is serving Borne of'the rate-payers' interests by doing It persists in presenting Itself to me as the making of a loss by which .we gain, and al- though this may be scriptural, It seems' to- be out of place, in a com- mercial venture. In any 'case, if it ts continued lone enough, it will result in paralysis. Possibly "I miss the basis of reckon column a Happy No A- Year. R. 0. STRAKER. SUFT. FLETCHER OP C. P. R. TELEGRAPHS RETIRES WINNIPEG, Pec. Fletch- er, superintendent of traffic at Win- nipeg since 1915 for the Canadian Pacific Hallway telegraphs and known to telegraphers from coast to coast, leaves his'desk today, having reach- ed the superannuation age of 65 years. The retiring superintendent has had an interesting career in his 34 years of .service with the C.P.R. telegraphs. He joined the company in 188T at New Westminster, B.C., then the terminus, as chief operator. ing that applies to these things, but I The following year when Vancouver feel certain that no other business became the western terminus Mr. proposition can exist on such a policy. Fletcher opened that office. Mr. Fletcher was later made super- intendent of tie district and in 1911 was moved to Montreal as superin- tendent traffic, later coming to Winnipeg. almost doubled. The Canada West miners held Xmas entertainment in tho school' anditorium on Xmas Day and a large number of parents and children at- ended. Santa Glaus appeared on the scene on schedule and had a pack of :ood things. An enjoyable time was spent by all concerned. Doric Lodge A. P. A. M. held their annual election of officers Assuring you of hearty co-operation in any similar competition which you may inaugurate, I am, Sincerely yours, W. S. BRODIE. Dec. 21st, the ne-w officials being duly installed on tho Monday following. The G. W. V. A. held a smoker on Xmas night to celebrsle the second THE STREET RAILWAY 306 7th Ave. A. a., Lethbridge, Alta., January 2nd, 1321 on Editor Lethbridge Herald: Xmas since the boys came home> The your Issue of Dec. 30th, c usual Sunday evening concert .was eye. You may also .rememb held the following night. subsided, after being snow AFTER THE "FLIT Four Children Had WHOOPNGOTH PHONP Batteries Whooping Cought. although spe ly a disease of childhood, is by means confined to that period, but will remember that in the year A. D. 1920, f was somewhat in- terested in the street car Question therefore Comm. Freeman's letter caught my imber that I under by a storm of printed argument sent out to toe general public with tiie electric light bills, etc., I am not equipped with a printing press. Theio was also an assurance from Comm. Freeman that hs expected to pull j even during 1920 on his operating i costs, which however, seems to have been a miscalculation somehow. In regard to the "V.Tiy" column which seems to cause Mr. Freeman ial- griet' l believe this Is a feature 'of the Herald which can be very in terestlng. Of course such columns may occur at any time in" life. It islave open to the- Irresponsibly one of the raoat dangerous diseases Querulous, but anybody who feels par- of Infancy, nnd yearly causes more deaths than scarlet fever, typhoid or dlplherla, and Is more common -in female than male children. Whooping Couch starts with snee-- ing, watering of the eyes, Irritation i hla "Adjective" Government with ro- of the throat, fevcrishness and cough. I to t-'1" Msh qup'jtlon. Thank Dr. Wood's Syrup is fnr the waste paper basket as' highly recommended1 hy mothers Institution. At the same time this everywhere for the relief of this "Why column shows us what people trouble an it helps to clear the clog- "re thinking about, although of course it Is natural that some .think foolishly, some frivolously and some really ser- iously. Heredity has something to do with the classification, acm.i contend, n'hiJe others cuiiiiecC it with our edu- cational fystem. In this instance that has aroused Mr. Freeman's righteous Indignation, your light-hearted Interrogator wasn't no this tlmii -Mr. Fretj overlook! the fact that the suggestion of any curtailment of the street car system brings up thoas horrlhle tiong of unemployment, IOBK of rates W Hite otar AMERICAN, RED STAR AND WHITE STAR LINES FROM NEW YORK Date. Steamer. To Jan. ........Italy Plymouth Jan. ;'.-.Hamburg Jan. .'Liverpool ..Plymouth ..Southampton ..Plymouth Plymouth Liverpool Jan. Krconland Feb. ....Plymouth to Cherbourg, ami Antwerp. FROM PORTLAND Jan. .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX Jan. Jan. 23 Canada .......Liverpool at Hamburg. Delightful Winter Cruises to Weat Indies, Panama Canal, South America, January, February, March, 1921. Largest Steamers to the Tropics. any Railway or S.S. Agent or Company'i Office, 286 Main Street, Winnipeg. Gurney-Oxfoid furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMIT1IING FREEL ELLIOT? MtUI 136 fti. 171J tected with proper glasses. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store- F. H.WILKINS BlCRT BPBCUM9T 357 5th St. S. Opposite the Bmprm. ftei. IM7. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. BSUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4. Acadia-Block. Telephone 1616. 3rd Ave. S. DR. O. J. COUKTICK. Dentist, former- ly df Li-thbrldise, has located at Oranville St., Vancouver, B. C. Phone Scy. 9JOO. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHJC OK. HOltMWfc osfi UPATHIO PinsiciAN. I18-18-20 Sherlock Bill Hours 10-12, 2-4, and appointment. 1991, PRIVATE W THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hoe- plttl. 1224 7th Ava. 3., Lethbrtdje; 749. Accommodation for fleal, tnd maternity n4 ..mi-nrirdiit raomi. Rules 130.00, (31.00 ind Write toi to Mu M. a. Via HMTlwn. mperlm- tocdeat MUIIO MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College pi Music, London, England. 100 per cent. year successful. MRS. W. H. Piano and Thenry. prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams If desired; Annul recital. Studio, 1233 5th A. Sonth CLEANERS AND PRESSERS Association of Army and Navy Veterans jin Canada Unit No. 84 desirous of Joining the above association, eaii ob- tain information and appltaaUoa forms from secretary, i LEIGH, P. O. BOX No. 1 bridle. RlNGMAKtHj 1 DIAMOND SPECUI-IT SETTER aai-s-.-si WATCH REPAIRING XETHBHIDGI 01 r cou; a SILVER BOUGHT THE m French dry cleaning. We are the In city. We nse Uit tennine French which cov- ert trery ipot and eliminate! pos. ilble Injury to garments, giving e'Mj nsulti Special attention to conntry work. 924 6th Street South. Pttoiw Collect and deliver. LOO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well at rnsonabla prtcqf. tor and deliver StO 3i Booth. Iftt. GUNSMITH! OCT-ACTTTLENB WBLDINO W. N. KDTH- Conut lit Art. and :Ut> Strwt, attacked in this way should the same as Lloyd George does w'th the cables of recommendation suggestion sent by our American brethren, in reference to him and god-up air passages of the mucous nnd phlogm that has collected, and in this way brings on the "whoop" which brings the so-mucli-sought-for relief and heals lungs. and soothus tim Mrs. J. M. Rouse, Imperial, Sask., "After the last fall, my four children took whooping cough nnd one of them doveloned brlnc.hltls. After using two or three bottles of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Symp they were. greatly relieved of their nasty coughs. It is an especially good rem- edy for children, and It is so nlco AH Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home" tLttiKlC SUPPLIES IM Power Coatnctom a- Phone 111! in w. rurm BVKHHJ Cmtnetart tot PIANO TUNING 0 H. ruTcr Flano and Organ Ripairw 20 years' factory experience. Hoi cure Certificate M. T. Assn.. Ixindmi Ettfflantl References to the leadlo; muilcjani of ciir. lOttv Si 8. Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will be to your InUA to try US. We hare an up-ttnlate Machine Shop and employ only firat clam Machinists Satisfaction In i'id Tractor Cylinders tut) fitter! with over-size pUtooj rings. N1VEN 13V Ave. S. BROS, Phons 173Z they take it readily, more." nsk (or Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Synip .ICc. and 60c. a bottle at all dealers. 1'tit up only by Ins T. Mllij-irn Co, Limited, Toronto. rei lth Letbbrldie Rei phon. 1711. AlVrta, A. DMormtlng Piperhufinx. Pkaaa IM. in Sonth, B. R. KENT Pyramid Decorating Co. lar deeoratlnt and a tlalty Satlifled our alu 1101 12lh St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Kutabllahed years' experience to lor and Intnrlcr Dematlns. 167 lltn bt South, mtbnatei Phon. Itl WINTER RADIATORS Why not have.yonr Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost cornea, with the-beat Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let U9 tell you about It, or ask someone wha I has one. They STAND UP. ANDY Tho Radiator Mm Tho Radiator Mm 12 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. Publications AT CARDSTON Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE. ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;