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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THK LHTHBRIDOB DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JANUARY ANO WCBKLY LCTHBRIMI HSRALD HUNTING COMPANY, LIMITED Ml Mil LlthbrUp W, A. aad Director Ttrrmnte BusirMbi Manage TELEPHONES Audit Burssu c! Aubscrlptlsn Rates: Billy, filtered, per week .....t .11 delivered, fir year per year ly, by mail, per year i.SC by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 hat mutual trust without which be co-operation, and vHiiuut nothing ot greit can accomplished. THE UNITED STATES, THE TREATY ANO THE LEAGUE Correspondence, conreraatious, and consultation of the newspaper press conilnce the New Yorfc Outlook, Dr. LJIBBD Abbot's weekly. tost It the voters ot (he United States could be assembled In ota huuu auditorium f the" church scfiool system of the. lormon church. Mr. Palmer reports highly beileficiartonvention.' Espe- ially pleasing is" announcement hat It is the purpose of-the board of ducatlon to make the Knight 'Acad- my one of tho strongest-in the en-' ire 'chain of academics and- colleges caching from Ca'nida to Mexico.'Mr. 'aimer looks for'a considerably larger ;rant this coming-year to the" local icademy. The principal brought back with lira a cash bonus for each of the numbers' ot Jiis faculty. This Christ- An enjoyable supper was served a't th lonie of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Mil Scott. Mrs. W. 0. Long is reported gain ing after her long illness. Mrs.. Andy Bergan returned from Medicine Hat hospital much improve.! .Miss Verna Castle returned to 'S Theresa Academy, Medicine Hat, Jan Sam Porter, with what his surname mplles, carries good news when he ells us what the Irrigation area ound Lethbridge, did In the way of :rop and other Sir Sam Hughes has urged the form atlon of aerial squads to survey diff erent ports of the vPeace River dia- rlct. This is another flight of fancy on tbe part of the M-Mlnlstfcr of .Illltla. SOLDIER HOMESTEADERS WERE NOT FORGOTTEN mas gift was presented to every cm- the nezt made the old hall ring with .iloyee of the Mormon church who has icen in the service of the church'-In any ot Its numerous departments for one year. (FYom Our CorrefliwndeBl) with the police, water, and .he wages city em- ployees, the Commissioners have enough io start with for' the New Year Their New Year resolution, evidcnlljvls to get'-busy, SIAGRATII, Jan. The Christmas holidays have passe J away with all people, young and old, 'enjoying them selves. The oitremely flno weather and everyone enjoying the best of health has made the' holidays a con- tinual round of pleasure. Family din, ners, social even In KS, dances and con- certs have been the regular order. On New Year's Cay the D. S. Sun- day school entertained the children At 2 p.m. a dance for the little lots was engaged in at '4 'Santa The only public protest so far made over the shortage of water-in Mont real hag come from the schools. The adult population, evidently, have no real reason to WOTTJ- over the cutting off of to.ua pursi, have de- cided to keep -Temlskamlng nnd. Northern Ontario Rallway( to develop In connection'with this road a system of narrow gauge feed lines. The Drury Government-mean to keep to the straight and narrow nth. Shakespeare's words "Now have you on tne hip" hiul a modern day Interpretation In tho action of the Chi. cago police tn calling on all who had made plans for "hip pocket to relieve the1 dryness.of New Year's Chicago, lo ;stand and deliver. to families of four fody per cent, to thOM hiring ttfty per cent, to having six ot F. A. deputy nlsrfater of hu to., repres- ent Canadian the In Ptrin OB of the formed International Ubor urees, was Instantly killed by treet car at Toronto. U is stated that C. J. Yorath, com. mlsslouer ot if-i ot '.as beeu'namtd to teele as the complroller-gensril ot laniloba. Lleutenaiit-General Sir Richard Tur- er. V.C., presented with a solid Hver loving cup on New Year's day y the ot the garrison it Quebec. Napoleon Champagne, Frank Plant ,nd Jos. KMnt were re-elected at OUawa. the new man on he board being Jotiu who an on the Ubor slate. Is to bV the otfical leadouartera for the of be galilcla KeBlinent'of Cin- aillan about dred men.wlll Uka up their heiaquart- ers Ua'r.racks.' The Rev. ChsHss. ii. Sheldon ,Be- comes editor oflhB Christian !erald .today. Mr. Sheldon's book 'In; Hla. Steps." one' ot many hV has written on reHgious subjects, attract- ed Irtcruailonal -ttte'ntlon when pub- ished In IS 98. A total of 154 public schools' were added' in' 1919 to the number In Sas- katchewan.making'the: grand .total 4.2SO. In addition there are 20'separate schools, of which four are" Protestant, tho balance being Iloraan Catholic. Of the separate'schools one was Ubllshcil during this year. j G. Y. Chown, registrar of Quean's Univtrslly who iast-September offer- ed ?10..000 lor a public library, provid- ed Kingston -raised. JIO.OOO, has pur- chased a large three story brick building and presented it to the city to be used as a free public library. A. T. Dennis, endorsed by the local labor party elected mayor of Fort William over Charles' Blrkett, grain secretary, by 950 majority. Blrkett-received hut 820 votes. Fort uudtr the prorlilais of the treaty of Tom Moore, president of the Trades acd Labor coniresi, will labor ot North Amer- ica.. }loa. W. R. illsister of Justice: Hon. W. r. Coaker, Minister ot Marine and fisheries; Hon. W. W. Haltyard, (Minister of Posts and trapas; Hon. Dr. Minister ot Education, and Mr, W. H. Jennings. Minister of Public Works, have been elected bv KclamatloB to their offices in the new UbenJ-Reform GoTera- ment of Newfoundland led by HOD. R. A, Squires, K.C. acd Hon. Browaricc will The entire sewiQh of Westminster Presbyterian cburch, Saskatoon, was dUulued in of lottg dUwnslon and dtocord. This finding ot-the FrtshyUry not reflect disfavor of aay sort on.any of the members of w'uloo, but rather deals with the mem- bers eligible for reflection, which now lies with Ihe c6nirefatlbn.lt-was pointed out that while the has much authority In dealing with dismissals, etc., U throws tie onus of respoaslblllty, back on the congre- gation for replacement 3rd. Mr. and airs. Simpson of Taber wer tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tedd WInchombe this H. Bnrch has covered from her long seige' of la grippe. 'I Fred Beckholdt of Brooks was visit-i Ing friends this week Dorothy Dennison, Alice-Brown anil Grace Hillls returned to Medicine Hat Saturday, Jan. 3rd. Mr. Walter Begs's brother from On- tario is here visiting during the holi- days. .The Ladies! Aid arc to bo cpngratu- latcd on ,tne high, class entertainment held in Winnitred un'der their auspices j On the'higbt of Doc.'31.. Many! a day will pass before those who attended will forget the closing concert of, 1919. The. Ladles' Aid was very for-i tunate is securing the services of Miss' Carrie Long a trntned and accomplisbe'd elocutionist from Cal-j gary. JIl.ss De Long's BelGctiohs rang, j ed from the simplest to the most! subtle from tho sublime to the ridi- culous. One moment she held the audience in breathless silence, and William voted down the vlebIselta on union with Port Arthur by a-big ma- jority, while Port Rrthur electors car- ried It. 1 Changes are being made in the management of the 'Pacific Coast Coal Mines'properties al South Wel- lington and Suguash, B.C. Geo. kinson, who .succeeded; -Mr.-' -Thos Graham, as Chief Inspector of Mines Is resigning his .position lo take up" the office of general for tho company. Parents having-four or more chil- dren enjoy the rail- road bill passed by Cham- ber of 'Deputies. ..Those travelling third class wero given .reductions iu rates amounting to thirty per cent.. Buy Your Victor (HIS MASTER'S VOICE) Records HERE 3uick service, courteous clerks, ind all the catalog .to choose from at MASON 4 VICTROLA PARLORS -Remember the big, saving you make on Red Seal Records jver last year's prices. Ask" us to let you hear some. VICTROLA8'ON EASY TERMS. TK. Horn, of thY WINNIFBED LOOKING- FOR A NEW TEACHER According to'a judgment'' hinded down. ln_thd Victoria, B.C. Pollco Court by Mtvglslrste Jay, all barristers anrl Kollfllors In that pity must pay their license fees As by tho by-law, dealing ny man. mM to every hutwlicn dull tywl, sm nor docs slie appeal to SAVED A LIFE Ont.: "1 havu. n very kind fed- ing for Dr. Ficrcc'a Favorite Prescription for it nnco saved my mother's When through middle. SRC tii-r very sho will, pain in hor head PTK! in (net, limi otjd She lost weight, very would Ix-tiorne and nt times fiiint and wherever .ihc chanced fa This nocfwiuilcd onr n-flfcKinK hor Iho timc.'wa thrnd nntlonvc Jiho wrvs as na onfi rfjuld bo ah'! Favorito 1'iwcriijlion was lo hor. fix WM rrslorwl to pood D. E. Box 2W, Preparatory to stock faking we will offer several lines wo are clearing out at greatly reduced figures on their present price. This will mean to persons 'requiring footwear1 a- price at least half of what it will be In spring on tho new tinea' and would pay you to invest. Look over these prices, then look at what our windows dis- play.' You will find something! to interest you and sill! More inside to Interest you further. Men's Guntnetal Blucber at Men's Tan Calf Bhicher at Men's Patent Leather Blucher at 7 pairs only. Nettleton Button Boots, a pair' RUSSIA THESE ARE BROKEN SIZES 7 pairs only, Doitgola Blucher, EE width, full double sole, sizes 6, 6yz, 1% ,and 8 at Mahogany Bals, leather or Neolin soles, values .at WOMEN'S SHOES -Ranging In price from to In Black Kid Leathers and 'Brown Cult; also a few pairs of Ivory ami >'lcld Mousi lirown. Not all sizes In a line, hill all sizes In Ihe list. Look at the price only, a pair Women's Brown Kid Bal with light kid top. Regular shoe for Women's to clear, per pair LOOK THESE OVER WILL BE PLEASED WITH WITH WHAT YOU SEE, NO.9AI-E GOODS ON APPROBATION AND-NO. SALE GOODS CHARGED W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING ;