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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 8. 1921 THE LETHBRlPGE DAILY HERALD h at Anal Bd far Most of There like it 81, i AH. (By 1. S. K.) (fee werth poet. Cow- u a fcoJward. tat Uwr were OB the Job add IB ao4 out with a dexterity that proved thetr tar feat rack Bti waa mungtr. Dave Mtf wen B receu. lion eonfeiuae, who look np a poal- ea ntt everybody wfti tke ktarf aaW ikeck-oR tkav vttk Bertollloa. "Hwtek" dteeumse.! the coca cola and okla-tpplo till tho well ran dry. Harry Beotlar nu4e a tpeecli. a eovpla of er ifttlaf wil to the vlMt tke Oltt isave IB rtew M to future orguuntloB Vnd lor co-opsra of the rnfl anakwv. Hell, I wtak I a _ ______.____ and their j (ton In tkte kaitaifT aaktac the'new wuiKMie. Adjective piled afahut I timers more M thai ever There but one quention that re- adjective alill tke writer feel-'and waruing the young old thai i0 tock. j tke mantle, tke traUton. ft IBS. and at a dtiiy pace whirl- ing tbrougfc tke dying imin of The real But let u at it. There were kr year golag farther wait. ho, year TU year, tlua as tke clock (track other attructiOBa. Euee IB the rajaodar. The niwl Syne In a huuwr avng at, tkat laet rear ml record. ButI ttaalf vttkou ik. the Auld i molam were almUllar da.r IB the 'ttot "Bt i wttfcotit tke Old Tenters' gatberiBgii. The new: vbM tt etea Me- eaeaaweatlon The tear year WM welcoMO Is with an m-' Nakk art Itm tke! rrawded for UM damn, hat who TirokM chain of hearty fervent'Band cUrion mU tar there ta earad, it wa. a cm of clasps, aad the old, olu wish. Then i I'll aay there Tke imttt to the of the MeNakfc, hM tke aaVja whtk tour upper WM frcellent and. wall on, with the datce. A lull as tho wo. aad two aaaghtan. Then the xrved ky the CoBtmcrclal Cafe went to tha euayar tto WatMH. tke Scott., the: with u. to dance and naiaed Neillfi and BBBBT aaothw' familiar, kat out the the first sli of At C a.m., family name, gathered, mot and cwnmittee u4 odcer, of tka tat, Itn, ant people were truth, wkotTaarn faattrf tree. IPamaHcaa OM THmZm strong, but at last they; in a munber of area I and Dance are: still Hon. U G. DaVeber, folded their cloaks around them and' had not been all tof-ether for some far jiJently etole away to the there waa joy. Thea when i tiay flnjor and lunar. one but think, of the glow of i Vicerri; JUrdy tlrerl orches.tra. packed their instru-jare. when this pal or that aaeaciate; S BOM mealsi, with a mutterinK of "Can you of former year, drifted tknuak the I BjMcntive-J. H. Ileetwood, chair. out" anTtked a ra-j Wm. Scott, Wai. Lamb, R. NJm. well eanad fhe blggwt ball at then! Ob Boy" Howouter they j "Sui" citr'. alatorr over. Tfca OM ealltd tt tka kaBplaat aw eor-l PaUtmeuea-SrV Haadanm .Turner, dance Md reunion for 1920-21, ailed in a winter round up. The little L. O. DeVeber; TVF ory, eiaallkg all their similar events' nviewing that Wwaid' Ml a I Baldwin and joyfulness and thousand rtory the pointing Dance S Roae C H leaving mark high up on the wall, out by fond mother, of MM and I Vanhorne, L. F. Boaaell' W 'umi' for years to .hoot at. daughter. tke tka Geo. McNabb, Fred atmitU.'tbmL. It u oeabiful K it ever will be o( at Uarr In G. DeVeber Mr, J 8 BOM J Andrew Neid'la-Vw.1 O. -riW tion of the South Tim-, the "How are you? You're not a bit ton, H. Hgtchlnsoa. A. B. Pipe., (Jeo %T' My ine, Kerr, W. H. Morris, R. Mmnon.i sWetlohijirni ta than ever." OH itaC, kut bated Conn. Andy Seott, Joe Olllmpie. J S there will haw to be built a. larger on sincerity. It over-bic. Klrkham hall before' a denser crowd can There were at-least 400 be goes over'big. The were the old familiar j ones, the The list of thoio in attendance i. M a, in the Hall. 0 people, gathering, the square hoe-down., BetoiUseh., -Inurt, lanshlng, two and waltrti. _ _ to a j a, complete" mder Then Geo. HouV and was the cuiB.tanoes. If are j omitted the ovenlgM regretted and thoH miung would confer a far- They came early arid stayed late. Introduced to the young bloods, The tall ream wallj were lined [Daddy Honk, the oldnt old timer. He two, four, (a pjaeet ten deep with the was to a few words, happient facet border of humanity j but choked a hit. a well, we .that ever graced a gathering in i woat be too explicit, hot that three funny Southern Alberta. The man cbeors for the original old timer, now .who named .It Snray Southern in hi. Slat year was one that gave .must hare glimpsed ,uch a composite j eiprearion to the thoughts of all. The George dilute or 10 The Old Timers and years yet. Let's double and treble glowed with that supreme I that. Then be called as a wmare. Bill spirit, happy comradeship. Even the i and Bisb Davlee get by, but veriest unbelierer, must feel that George put. It orer with fineate. .mus are glimpsed ,uch a composite eiprearion to the thoughts of all. Binge an Is only at such a eath- unsupprejsahle and original Geo nd Mre. B. I'jci'y, Mr. aij.i Mrs. N. Peat, Mias Parkinson, Mrs. Pimm. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Perry, Mrs. M. A. Proctor, Miss Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pickup. Mrs. A. L. Patterson, Urn. lama. Peach, Katie J'a'en, Jas. Bryce (Wa'nota, Sask.) Misses .Fines. Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Rose, Harry Uose, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ralev, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rasmussen, Mr. nail Mrs. w. J. Ryan W. H. lUpley, Mrs. K. Rebar. Mike Kosbasiy, Mrs. A. Kobson, Walter Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ritchie, Sid- Russell, G. H. Rutledge, Dr. Roy, Mr and Mrs. Geo. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Andy Scott. Geo. Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith, Miss Smith, Dr. and Mrs. 1. S. Stewart, Miss L. A. Scott, Miss B. Scott, A. Sick, P. A. Scott, Mrs. J. W. Steuie, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Shaw, Mrs. Shultz, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. SimouE, Frank Sainabiiry. Mr and Mm. E. A. Sharmsiir, Mr. and Mn. S. i. Shepherd, Mr. 'and Mrs. D. A. Shorthouse, Miss Sheiver, Mr. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. E. Sick, Mils M. Seamen Mian L. Seamen. Mr. and Mr.. L. Silllker, Baby gllliker. Mre. R. B. Sherlock. Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Taylor, Mr. aua Mrs. H. Taylor, Mr. arid Mre. J. E Thompson, Mrs. Jno. Taylor, Barl Taylor, Miss Todd, Matt Tellenwick, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thompson, Miss B. Taylor, J. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vanhorne, Mrs. Van Cleeve. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. F. Wallace, Mr. aud Mrs. T. Wallace, Jas. Wallace, Hswl Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wright, Mr. and Mrs, C. T. Wood, Miss Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walwork, Mrs. Ben Whitney (Bow P. T. Whitney. Wm. Wat- eon, Mr. and Mrs. R. Watson, Jim Watson, P. w. Webster, Frank Woir, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Winters, Mr. and Mrs. C. Watson, H. Wat- son, Mrs. H. J. West. Sheriff and Mrs. Younf. HIGH BALLS There were over 10.0 tickets sold at the door. Last minute rush. The "Do You Remember Club" was working overtime. The -ladles objected to givlttg the Wo act ytiar of arrival dun't know. -0-- Oo, Jlouk slioiilil Imvu uusn a sidn allow. All (lie younK Huuka mid wanted to him thu iuirlh anil KOUtll. 'I'lic Didusi. Old Timor. Tliosu Old Timers con stanil iiunlsli- I merit. j -O..... I r.ivh liujn yuung and truat '''m roiisli. _..j Mrs. Barnes uiid Mrs. J. A. Nal- wen- uldost. of Olii Tinicrs tho ladie.s, I j Mr. Illginbotham recalled the lirst i Old Timers' danco hold in Luih- I brldgo. II was Jan. 1. ISSIi. The u-in- tt-r had been open .mil mild. During tho hours of thu dance the thtv- momotvr fell from above freezing to 30 below n-itii a terrific Dllow fall. Oeo. Houl; off the square (lances The Lethbridge hosts had to dig up blankets for ths visitors. There weren't enough In town and Geo. Houk made a trip lo Whoop-Up for more grey ones. The decoration committee did a good job. Initian relics and old-time photon covered the1 walls. _ ci- One photo showed tilt last stage to leave Macleod for Lethbridge The musicians who are used to the fashionable hour of a.m. had to i take in several reefs of their belts to I last out the Old But Mike Ronbasky knew what was coining i It's cruel wit, but somebody said the shooting affairs of Dec. 8lst re- Milted because an Invitation could not he procured for yo rare, old fair old, Old dance. Those recalled it the minute who I were with us last year, but have now gone further .west: Bobby Sage, Tom Lewis and Mrs. Phaney. Hoiik It not profmt, hut pllHi. a ritual. Whuro do limy ill kMip UtPWlVM mat at the kit out for tlm Did Timer, -0-- !._d. Hilll tho dance. back in To see some of tbe veterans going the rounds, one would think they were electioneering. seemed to everyone present. His Worship tbe Mayor, J. D. Higinbotham, Dr Galgralth, Walter Ross, Jim Wallace, Dr. Lafferty, etc., etc. Absent without De- Veber. Harry Fleetwood, Norrle Mac- leod, A. J. McLean, Joe Gillespie, Dune Major Burnett, M. Freeman Mrs. Wm. Stafford, Mrs. Alexander McNabb, Mrs. D. Kevin, C. Begin, P. W. Downer, Joe Cunningham, Harding, Geo. Seaman, W. D Whit- ney, Hyssop, etc., etc. "Dusty" McNabb is as big as a house. Frank Love and Steamboat Bill were conspiciously absent Do not forget to answer tbe call for organization. The' South Alberta Old meeting coming up Thu onlookern and reunleaUU 'did not need to tu enjoy them- uelvuu, tba and cbance meetings tilled their evening lo over- tlovliig. It's to bu a yearly future. They lltte it. The You Remember" column started a Taw off on a long tale. The lirst ialile consisted of the viit- cream of tbe' I'll __Q__ There was only one accident, a cork got loose in the lady's waiting room, and the smelling salts leaked through four coats. Everybody re- gretted the loss. Somebody remarked that Old Timers' lists are liko the the U.S. pension scandals, instead of dwindling they increase every year. The two days' of rest came in handy. _ The Old Timers' dance r-ealiien the truth of next year, being the best. Standing room they kept a milling round. It would make good reading, t re- gister of the old nicknames: Baldy, 811m. Shorty, Big Bill, Little Bill, Old Tom, Young Jim, etc., etc. The committee of the Old Timers' ball wishes to tbank the Terrill Floral Co. for the flowers and plant. K> fciod- ly loaned for the occaiion. The Coca-Cola and Lethbridge Brew. ins Co. provided the mucii-apSiOciiied liquid refreshments. Jail. S. Rose, the hard-working secre- did a big job well. The detail work helped put over the biggest dance on record. Do not forget tbe organization meet- ing the second week in January, FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT HALIFAX. Jan. Twrlii, K.C., well known Halifai lawyer, and Captain James Adams, commander of the cable ihip Lord Kelvin, were killed on Saturday morBlajg, whan thy automobile in which they were driving collided with the inward- hound maritime express at tbe road croMing about 300 feet south of the Bedford railway Triplets were born Chrigtmas morn- 'ug to Mr. and Mm. n Kingiton. BAWDEN (Stock Reducing and Pre-hventory Furniture Sale BAWDEN BROS. Starts Tuesday, January 4th j BROS. Furniture and Home Furnishings Take a Big Drop During This Sale Ine ule i FREE STORAGE SOME JANUARY SALE SPECIALS FREE DELIVERIES DINING ROOM VALUES Nine pieces that sold for January Sale Made of quarter cut oak. fumed flniih, consisting of buffet, pedestal eztanaion table, china cabinet, flve side and arm chair. Nine pieces that sold for Jan. Sale H'O t Oolden, quarter cut oak conitructton, buffet apilt pedeital extension table, doubly door china cabinet, live and one arm full sjjn covered m genuine leather. SPECIAL VALUES 167.60 Quarter Cut Oak Chiffonier Golden finish; January 186.00 China Cabinet, Old English finish Jaduary Sale MZ.50 143.50, Drewing Tabto, .white -A January JOi.OU Two Bedi, one fumed oak, one white enamel today's factory co.t .148 and I3S.75 OA CA and oo PA January Sale A........... A7.3U A0.5U FURNITURaTpRICES SHOW A DECLINE IN MOST LINES OF FROM 5% TO 10% iUT EVEN PUfJ REGULAR PRICES ARE ON LOWER COST A" AT TrU SALE QUOTED WI CAN AtV YOU THAT IT WILL BE A LONO TltlK -TrllV MCACH THAT VALUES FOR THE LIVING ROOM CHESTERFIELD, CHAIR AND ROCKER All over upholstered with spring back and seat, covered in a good quality verdure tapestry; regular _- ft- January Sale SETTEE, CHAIR, ROCKER AND TABLE Four wttee, cimlr and rocker have automobile Beats covered in genuine leather wtth caue panel, in hack; frame ta walnut finish, of genuta, htack wtlnnt, has book rack each end, and .belt underneath. Alw drawer for .tationen' etc. Settee ha, a few In back of frame; regular price I165.00- :e> 1 -i r AA January Sale BEDS AND BEDDING SPECIALS Rer-iUr J21.50 White Enamel Bed, continuous posts; Jan. Regular ?16.50 White Enamel Bed, straight posts; Jan. Sale.. Regular 124.50 Vernis Martin, near finish, continuous January Sale...... Fifteen other, different styles, White Enamel j a A January Sale trom.. 25% OFF ALL BRASS BEDS COIL SPRINGS Guaranteed Coil Springs, all sizes; regular Jannary Sale MATTRESSES All Cotton Felt Mattress, built in layers with good quality art ticking cover; January Sale Price Filling of best quality white felted cotton, with heaviest grade art ticking cover; January Sale Price CARPETS AT EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS t'lir WlltoB- Rug, regular to January Sale Aimlniter to 186.00; two only, Jan. Sale Wiltou Rug, regular 1112.50: Jrmury Sale 9'xlO'6" AiBilniter Rug; regular 174.60; January Sale........ PRICES QUOTED, BO.TH CURTAINS, CURTAIN NETS, EVERY RUG IN STOCK OFFERED AT PRICES YOU CANT BEAT, AimlaiUr January Sale ___ 27x64 Wilton January SeJe Bedroom JBBMUT tram AT PRICES AWAY BELOW TODAY'S VALUES CREAM quality Scotch Madras, 72" rvide, one width for a win- dow. Regular January Sale, yard CRBAM wide In four dlffer- ent-dMlgai; regular 86c mn January Sate, yard lUC HeBMtltched MARQUItETTI, white, ecni and. crum; regular to I0c en January Sale, yard DUC LA6C dedgns, all 2U HHIH, OFr. tont- Sale, per pair LINOLEUM RUGS ALL SIZES AT SPECIAL PRICES 6x9; !l'i9'; CRETONNES AND DRAPES 58" wide CRETONNES, values to yard; January Salo, yard..... and floral pf- Mf fects; January Sale, yard......... wool ujientiy for furniture covering, regular I6.7S; January Sale )Dt9U Regular JanuAry Sale BEDROOM VALUES Five pieces that sold for January Sale.....________ Finish Old Ivory, dresser has large site mirror1 dressing table triplicate) mirrors; bed hu panel enuH. rocker and bench. Four pieces that sold for January Sale '.....______v Finish French grey aud old rose, consists of dresi- "r. dreaaing table, bed and bencb. This Is an ex- ceptionally good buy. SPECIAL VALUES 1'oiir savings on these odd pieces generous Uon't overlook a single all new furniture Buffet, fumed oak- January Sale..................... China Cabinet, golden JanuaTy Sala......... S86.50 set Diiiiug Chairs, K. B.' 'finish'' January Sale S72.JO set Billing Chairs, turned January Sale...................... Circassian Walnut bed. Dreashig'Table ami Chair; January Sale GET YOUR REQUIREMENTS AT THIS SALE AS WE CAN ASSURE YOU THAT PRICES WON'T BE ANY LOWER FOR A LONG TIME ;