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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 5, 1921 THE LETHBMPOB DAH.Y HERALD PAGE TOMBS Tn Your Odd Pieces of Fomiture 1 nto Cash By Using the Hisceflaiieois for Sale' Cohmm-It FiD Surprise Yon How Easy It Is To Sell Anything Advance Cause Of UFA At Meeting At New Dayton Man Talks About Wheat Against Government (From Our Own Corrwpondent) NBW DAYTOM. Dec. enter- tainment wai given by the tcbool chlUrtn In church on December Jtnd. when a programme ttuch hare not heretofore Men from the mine quarter was given. It would be tutito to try and here the different Items thereon and do justice to all concerned. Suffice, however, to say that all did remark-, ably well, and the three teachers, Mlas McCallum, Miss Catherine Schill, and the Principal Mr. McKel- certainly to be commended congratulated on the fine results of efforts to make the programme ft succeu. While we are'throwing bo- ouets we would be amiss in our duty if we did not include the name of our worthy principal's'wife, Mrs. McKel- Tey, for the very important part she played in conjunction with Miss Me GUIum aad Miss Schill in making the The Sunday School gave the usual Christmas entertainment on Christ- eve in the church, when a good attendance turned out to see Santa Glaus. The pity of it was that the ot immature age could hardly make. their HtUe minds work accord- ing to their previous teaching, in view ot the fact that Santa when he came was known to all of them. Wo ahvays tkoiight, and still maintain it, when you the standing reputation of Banta .Glaus away from the kiddies, you might as well take away (he whole works. The children of the present Aay, no less than in our owu, have Banta conjured up in their own little and we can conceive of nothing more hurtful to the innocent minds ol the children than to have one, whom they'know, personally, to act, without practically any disguise as Santa Better far do away .with that part of the business than have the mite have doubts as to what they have been taught at their moth- er's knee, until such times as they can reason for themselves. U. F. A. Meeting Monday, the 27th, was more or less of a red letter day for the local U. F. A. when a general meeting was held In the Davis Hall at 8 p.m. The presi- dent, C. L. Atkins, opened the pro- ceedings by calling on the audience to rise and sing "O which was heartily responded to. Miss Cath- erine Schill then gavo a very fine piano solo, an encore to which she was too baihful to give. .3Thft preiident then called on Mrjfet Kerrey to make a few remarks on tils wheat pool, which" were giv- in the most unbiased manner. Mr. L. Petenon, ot Barnwell, the next speaker called to address the meeting and held his audience for a period of about two hours on the -wheat pool, etc., now anij then taking a rub aft he present government for their grave offences, or for that matter for being in power at all. Tak- en on the whole it must be admluod that Mr. Peterson's remarks had to them, and viewing the natter broadly there la no question, the termers have a deadly grievance the government as far as hand- ling the 1920 wheat crop concerned. Mr. Petenon laid there one way to try and remedy the present of or at least try, and that to become a member of the It not supposed that the U.F.A. will the of the country In tune. It not thought thai It you Join U.K.A. that that la all you lot to do. it not expected that the aspirations of the movement will be realUed IB k moment, but It expected, 1( you are a farmer, that you will put your to.the wheel, and sec that there U no turning back, until you have at least reached the point where you can say to whom and when yon will your grain, and a> far possible what price you will get for it. There only one way to help movement along, whether officers in every district give their time and sometimes their money to keep thing, moving, without any rec- othar than th. justice of the Remains Taken To Ohwjor Burial (Prom Our Own Correspondent) TABER. Jan. of the late Mrs. Henry, of Rolling Green, a; a being shipped by the night eaitbound tonight to Chicago, at which point transhipment will be made to Acton, Ohio, for Interment beside the body ot her late husband, a member of a Pennsylvania regiment In the civil war. Two brothers, a daughter, and The recmktr meeting ot this local! ton. J. B. Atkinson, of Rolling Green, will be heM at 4 p.m. UB Friday, the a son-ln-taiw ot the deoeued. wUl ac- 7th of January, and would be glad company the remains. Mr. Atkinson to see every farmer present. If you though horn in Ohio, been a real- have kick coming, come and kick, dent of and has not if you have any suggestions to mak- been Sn his home state for sixteen no matter whether you think them his first homecoming being foolish or not, come and put them thus under sad circumstances. forward. They will bo taken care of, I Several children o! Taber residents and you will be feel at returned to school at Pincher Creek too i today, among them being little The election of also took i Wills, Edward and Harry Hosey, place on Monday night with the ol P. C. Hosey, and Johnny Dlmitrl, lowing result: C. L. Atkins, president; son of Geo. Dimitri, of the White Star C. T. Jenkins, vice-president; W. Mor- i Cafe. The small parties travelled by gan, secretary-treasurer. Directors: i the noon westbound. D. D. McCallum, F. J. Morrison, Qua I A short time ago, W. Fullmer, while Kaupp, W. Scott and R. P. Atkins. investigating some trouble about a G. C. McDonald and family have gasoline engine, got part of his awtat- gone to the coast for the winter. Mr. er caught in the flywheel, and won heiHh lor some time past drawn up tightly against the machine, has not been eood and a change to the receiving a couple of bad blows around coast was thought advisable. j the head, the engine finally stopping The annual school meeting of the from the weight of bis body. Recently Consolidated school district will be while working at a mine here, his mlt- held on January the Sth. We would ten became stuck to the car rail with like to see as many of the ratepayers i frost, and before he could disengage it. out at this meeting aa possible, the mine car passed over his fingers, order that they may get first hand in-! bruising them and tearing off part ot formation as to the financial standing one thumb. Medical treatment was ob- of the'School district, which, we un- tained, and the injured member is derstand, coupled with the Inspector's i slowly recovering, report is excellent. J. W. Doran, who was confined to The annual congregational meeting his home with a touch of grippe, has of the Presbyterian church will be Just returned to hia poaition as man- held on Tuesday, the llth January in ol the Royal Bank alter a second S the church at 8 p.m., when all adher- attack. There is still considerable ents and members are asked to put In sickness in town, due to the frequent an appearance. weather changes of late. (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Dec. passed off very quietly with real wint- er weather, the thermometer register- cold after spending his Christmas holiday at Oalgary. Mr. made a business trip to Lethbridge on Thursday. Mrs. Horace Forii entertained at a dinner party on Wednesday evening. Arthur Barrows was home from the agricultural school, Claresholm, to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barrows, Mrs. K. F. Hunck left on Friday for Lethbridge after spending Christmas ed 20 below zero. All felt the most keenly. 1 Wjth her mother, Mrs. Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Leduc entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arrfy Thomwm were number of friends last Monday night! Christmas visitors in Lethbridge with five hundred. The first honor was the former's parents, by Mr. Warren, consolation by Mr. Otto Gessleman. Dainty refresh- ments were served by hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Max Neilson are spend- ing their Christmas holiday at Leth- bridge with the former's parents. A meeting of the Junior Institute was held on Monday at the home of the Misses Jochem, their instructor Mrs. Hunck being present Frank Smith returned on Friday from Claresbolm where he is attending agricultural college to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. Miss Evelyn Jochem and Miss Daisy Hummell leave on Monday for Edmonton to attend a meeting ot tht Junior Girls Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Bell and family spent the Christmas holidays at Medicine Hat. Dr. Giles returned on Monday from a business trip to Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Harris motored to Lethbridge on .Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frazer, of Stirling, wers Christmas visitors in town, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hughes. Mr. Thompson returned on Monday THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA has) for rental at moderate SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES fer the protection from tire or burglary of valuable buelneu or private VICTORY BONDS, Total Lethbridge E. Mackay, Manager, Branches also at Cardston, and Tiber. 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 Wilson Home, Ltd., Plaintiff AND Charlie Laychin, Defendant and to me directed against the Goods and Chattels of Charlie Laychin, I have wised and taken into Execution the following Goods and Chattels, namely: STOCK IN TRADE OF GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERY To be sold en bloc at m percentage on the dollar. which I for en Monday, the 10th Day of January, 1921 At 408 13th St North AT THE HOUR OF 2 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, M. YOUNO, Sheriff, Ben. 31, 1920. Judicial District ot Lethbridge. Mr. Bruce returned on Thursday from a business trip north. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Warren enter- A He raid i Want Ad. carries your mes- sage to the eyes of thousands of people everyday. When you want to engage gcod help use a Hera.d Want Ad. To Sell, to Buy, or to Rent, a Herald Want Ad. does it Choose your tenants ft and get the the HeraM Want Ad. way-. i No Sale: man equals the wide power of a Herald Want Ad, Uilneu on Thursday evening at five hundred. The first honor was won by Mrs. Jno. Reech. The consolation by Mr. L. 'Dittbenter. A dalsty lunch was served by the hosteii at the con- clusion. Mrs. A. R. Shea has been confined to her home for the past week with la grippe. j A five hundred party and dance being given in Lind school on Tues- day evening, January 4th. Walter Quinn returned from a bus- iness trip north on Monday. The marriage of Miss Martha Spread and Mr. Paul Bundy took place on Monday, December 27th, at Lethbridge. Mrs. Ernest Barrows received the aad news of the death of her mother, on Friday morning, which her many will regret to hear. Mrs, Bar- rows left on the noon train for her home in Montana. Mr. Jas, Melviu Is reported very low. The New Ball given by the Women's Institute on Friday evening was a decided both social and financial. The committee in charge were Mrs. Ernest Warren, Mrs. J. Jochem, Mrs. Thos. Hunt, Tolley, Mrs. H. L. Thomson, Mra. C. Lloyd Mrs. Mantle, and Mr. Tolley aa floor manager. Mr. Joe Tennant, Lethbridge, Is at the bedside of his brother, Mr. Tlios. Tennant, who is very lew for the past week. Mrs. Tennant left last week for Winnipeg to undergo a serious opera- tion which a tad feature of the case which their many friends regret to hear. Mr. John Griffiths, Lethbridge, is visiting at the home of his aon, C Griffiths. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dittbenter re- turned last Friday from Rochester. The Misses Keso entertained a num- ber of friends on New Year's eve at a house party. Word has been received that Mrs. C. A. Hunt is progressing as favorably as can be expected at Rochester. REPLIES! Repliet have been received for the follow ing Box 89, 94, 143. OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR TKEIR ANSWERS AN APPRECIATION OP WORK OP THE Y.M.C.A. BY SIR AHTHUR C.URRIE MONTREAL, Jan. sincere ap- preciation of the work of the Y. M. C. A. at the front was given last night by General Sir Arthur Currie at the mid-season rally and dinner of the boys attending the -war countries' edu- cational classes. "The ho said, "made our men better sol- diers. I think so much of the Y. M. C.A. that if ever I had to go to an- other war I 'don't think I would go without such an organization." KAISER'S CONDOLENCES TO HOLLWEG'S SON BERLIN, Jan. Emperor William lias sent to the son ol! tlie late Dr. von Bethmann- Hollweg. "He was a noble reads the message, "and his services and sollclt'ide for the'welfare ot the pedplo wt .1 Inspired by honest con- viction the sincere desire to do good. His achievements now belong Germans Must Hinf Tot ether Or Be Hanged Tirgitz MUNICH, Bavaria, Jan. von Tirpitz, who was the German naval secretary for the first two years of the war, does not believe "a kindly into will give Germany two hundred years to revive, as after the thirty years war, because oC the nurrounding hostile nations." He makes this known in an article written for a South German publica- tion. While nrguing that Germany's situation seems hopeless, the admiral writes "It must be said that the eighty million Germans in middle Europe can be an invincible power if they hang together and are willing to sac- riBce for national unity. It they sep- parate .nothing but dreams will re- main for them." ROWELL AND BEATTY TO SPEAK IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Jan. Canadian Club announc- ed today that Bon. N. W. Rowoll, form- er president of the Canadian privy council and one of Canada's delegates to the assembly of the League of Na- tions at Geneva, will be the principal speaker at a banquet to be held here on January 21. E. W. Beatty, president of the C. F. K., will also be among the speakers. Guard Houses of Parliament to history, but memory will alwty- Photo a Bailee taanch patrolling the Thames In front of respected kt _. Houtei Of Parliament Sinn Knin attauki. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES Wo make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches an oz. Salway Hair Factory, Cardstou. HE SEES WITH EASE Foresightcd men allow to get.faraighted or even near- sighted. At the first indica'-'on ot impaired eyesight they come to J. M. Henderson anil get their viilon per- fected with proper glasses. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKJNS BIGHT 8PBCUUST 527 Sth St, S. Opposite tbe Empress. Phone list. H.t HIT. DENTIST Dn. O. J. COUKTICK. Dentist, former- ly of Uethbridge, has located at 07D Oranvillo St., Vancouver, B. C. Phono Gey. 9300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHJC DR. 3. H. OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. 111-18-20 Sherlock BIJf. Bours 10-12. 2-4, and Pane PR'VATI THE VAN HAARLEM Private 1124 Tth 8.. Lethbrldm Phone 741. Accommodation for Mfr ricii. mod maternity pa- tienU. private nd rooms. Rates 130.00, 133.00 tad week. Writ; (31 Information III i M. B. Van tecdent- MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter ed for the examinations of tbe Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, England. 10ft pet cent. year successful. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. BKTJBBN d. FARRIS .Suite 4, Acadla Block. Telephone 1616. 3rd Ave. S. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Are, and 10th Street, tixciKIC SUPPLIES Beetrto Urtl Power ContrmMon Phone 111) tH m m Pmrai UffMlnf a BnMlaltr tot (Metrical Work o> Tamnla. PIANO TUNINQ O. H TUNBR- Playcr-PSano and Organ Repairer 10 years' factory experience. Hn> oars Certificate M. T. Assn., Londiv. England References to the leadlns musicians ot the citj. llll 10th Ki. a Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR It will to your inUf. nt to try US. We have up-to-date Stop and employ only first claw Machinists. Satisfaction In price nd workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrouBd, and fltten with plstou N1VEN BROS. 8. Phon. 1732 NO MATTER HOW BIG the machinery nor how bad the break, we can repair it with our oxy-acety- leno welding process. The Ligger and costlier the apparatus, the move you save by having us do the welding. H will pay you to consult us before de- ciding on a course of action. Let us look, over the break and estimate on the repairs. LAWFORD WELDING CO. MRS. W. H. Piano and Theory. Puplli prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Mnslc eiamn If desired. Annnil iprins recital. Studio, 1238 Sth A, South CLEANERS AND PRE8SER9 THE in French dry cleaning. We are. oldest el matters In the city. We use genuine French system, which cov- en trerji snot and pov Injury to garments, giving high elan results Special attention tn eountry work. S24 Sth Street South. Phone 18H. Collect and deliver. LOO PRBSSINO. rejMlftni and alterations well at' naaonable Mil lot and deliver tit Tth Bt Bonth. Phone Kit. 6UN8MITMI GUNSMITHS barrels ttnllhtMed. gnu ed. gun work by t mmmltS. made. locH repaired, blerclei light retired, lawn D E. Mtcdooild. Afent IOSI ttk wguamrox ._ Pttvtm. ud WrWmt efctlnaiM eldot Batuen BftflM 1471: 17M A. AOM Ill 14 smth. K. COPVlArra R KENT, The Pyramid Dveantlug Co. Infer- ior ul piperhangtng ipt- entity mtonen our aim. IMS. Uth 8t South. JOSKPH DAVIDSON. DDOORA.TOR. btoMlried IMt. In Exter- ior end Interior MT llth bt South, trM. Phone 11H. WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell yaa about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Mm 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Mvn Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTINO, HOME-PORTRAITUli, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;