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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JAW1AKT 8, T3ZI TFTE TJtTHBRfPOB PATT.Y HERALD PAGE TfinrJis Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the "MisceDaneoujfor Sale" Column-It Will Surprise You How Easy It Is To SeD Anything Howard Hill Active in Many Or- ganizations Disappoint- ment Over Poultry Show (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jau. C. After thirteen years in hardware business hero, the firm uf j. Hill and Son have disposed of the business to Alexander Stowirt, ot Lethbridgc, who will con- tliae the business In the future. To hay this is a shock to Taber citizens, is putting it mildly. As :i shock it is of the earthquake variety. Of course, more than one outsider has viewed the stand with envious eyes, but none believed tuch a thins would happen, at least not in our time. As an actual fact, the majority of business men in Tiber hardly remember when Hill and Son were not ranked among Taber business houses, and when Howard Hill after attending business college, and training in larger centres return- ed to take over the business, it seem- ed quite the thine. In these remarks we plead the oldtimer's privilege, nud appeal to the oldtlmors' legion. tho curling club, the the fire brigade, the B. of T. and other 'organizations will do, we know not, fcMjuise a man hardly knows what, to PRIZE WINNERS AT MASQUERADE BALL AT CARMAJNGAY (From Our Own Correspondent) CARMANGAY, Jan. mas- querado ball given by tho Carmangay local of the G. W. V. A. was very suc- cessful. The crowd was much lurger than "expected, so much so that re- freshments ran short and hurry calls had to bo sent out for fresh supplies. The costumes worn wore not as ex- pensive aa has been the caso previous- ly, owing to the offering of prizes for the host home mado costumes, which were largely competed for. The prize winners ware: Miss M. Snyder ant! Mr. Ross Walker, who took prizes for beat home roads costumes. The other prize winners were, Mrs. Itadcliffo, Miss Williams of Champion, Miss Campbell, and Messrs. R. W. Cooke, Dee Folk and rote Campbell. I Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Griffin, three I miles south of town, arc rejoicing over tho arrival of a daughter at their 1 homo. Mr and Mrs. Skinner were visitors in Lethbridge for several days last week Mrs. Morrow, daughter of Chief Gillcspie. of the Lethbridge po- lice, returned to Carmangay with them and spant a lev days hero. Considerable work is being done on the Grange hotel building, so that the pool room attached to it may be en- larged. Messrs. MerriiJ: and Lasio, the proprietors, aim to make It one of the up-to-date pool palaces In the tjrovince. Dr. and Mrs. Bryan of LethbrUge, were visitors'to Carmangay Mon- day, as the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Taylor. James Wood of the Elnora hotel, visitor at the home of T. A. do without his right lung. The Hough street building wag B V1B1WJ1. at erected in 1007, by J. W. Hill, who wmlam8 for the New Year business there, and conducted, He returned nome on Monday. it till 1910, when Howard Hill took] Mj, and Mrg Alya Baker of Cham- ep" which he injected irequent-. ly into business activities, and public I recently received honorary com- aKairs here, will be severely felt. The mlsgions as lieutenants In the Royal of another successful business-; F) ing corps. man in Tabor, in his successor, AIM Mr Johnson js still a patient In the Stewart, we foal sure, somewhat miti- recently opened Carmangay hospital, gate the blow and Taberites will The hospital Is proving its value in jirociate the fact. We understand Mr. j town Md citlzena are beginning to Hill's health has not been of the how ttey ever got along with- and this has been common knowledge. All Taber business connections have out it. C. B. Collier, the local harness mer- been severed, we are informed, and. dlant vas ,n Caigary this week- at the retiring hardware dealer will re- tending tne annual convention of the main for a few months' rest before Albcrta and B. c. Harness Dealers- taking up further activity. This is no doubt because of tho importunity. of, 3 B Mooay anij Miss Helen Travers the curling brotherhood, who hate to hQtjl of Calgaryi were visitors lose the assistance of tho muu who j here for enjoyed their heli- fcrought the Imperial Challenge cup to so much that they returned to Taber, but there is no doubt at all, j tQwn for New year's and took In the that Taber citizens will wish Howard masqucr.ule ball. They were Hill the best of success in whatever of G. Ciillespie on both visits. "Father McLaughlin conducted Ro- nan Catholic services liere last Sun- new field of labor he may choose to engage. might add that with the probable new Royal bank building, I flay the change in the hardware and other, R Clegft, of the United church, rumored impending business changes, Wa3 ln Lethbriclge on Monday to re- Taber is getting used to shocks. j Ceive dental treatment. Ho was un d; but was soon extmsuisneu. being was absent from the station on other al3D in tne united church duties, at the time, and tho attempt of i on Sumiay morning. Inexperienced persons to bring the I Thfl A have "another of truck into action was a failure. The series of popular dances arrang- fire, being of small dimensions, was ed fof January 13th. put out by primitive methods. I j 3. Merrick of Calgary, was in Taber Agricultural.society will hold ;town on Wednesday in connection a big dance on Tuesday evening, Jan. with nis hotel Jnteresti here, llth, and as this is the night of the nig hockey game with Coleman, fans cm have an uninterrupted evening of enjoyment, passing right from the match to the terpsichorean festivities. 1 Mrs. Mullin, Tabor's milliner, has Just left on a business trip to Toron- to In preparation for tho spring mil- linery opening to be held at the store. Haying discovered an error in these columns, we hasten to correct. Taber 'poultry show was announced for Jan. 4th, but a decision waa taken, not to hold it, as the date was not. conveni- ent and directors did not 'wish to (From Our Own Correspondent) change. A local display of birds, with I Jan. first general members as judges was held for cer-[ annual meeting of Ui5 officers and tain breeds, but apparently the out- memlrers of the Vulcan Cpmmunlty side world reads Taber news, as cer- club was hold in the basement of the tuin outside exhibitors are after our Oddfellows hall here on Tuesday, De- and referred to the Herald item, cember 28th at 8.30 pjn., at which a an authority for expecting a show. Tho large number the members of the correction next driy, was intended, but club were present, hockey games and other events held it W. B. Butcharl, occupied the chair, We understand that the secre-1 and after calling the meeting to of- tar'y was called names for not mailing; der requested the secretary to read prize lists, so tho Tabti uhbw is plain- j the minutes of the preceding meeting. ly some bird, and we are sorry. This was done and same approved as Regal Collieries' assault case, read. The secretary was then asked over the dance held at the mine, came i to read a summary of the minutes of Justice'to dellcloui luncheon prepared by J. W. Morton. Some of the Attained through the efforti of the Vulcin Com- munity club are iullovs: Telephone In C. P. R. station, subpicriburs con- nected to the Vulcan exchange instead of Champion, German trench mortar, aa a memento to tho boys who had enlisted In the great war, and a fitting memorial to those who mado tho supreme sacrifice for KICK and coui'ry, Improvement in freight and express handling conditions, etc., be- side the social side of tho olub. The club has uniicr consideration and cor- resiiomlcnob many more matters which will affect tho citizens of tho town and district. Masonic Officers Tho members and officers of the Vulcan Masonic I-odgo No. 74 cele-j brated St. John's night on Thursday, December 30th, instead of the 27th. I and the following officers were install- ed for this year: D, C. Jones, Wor-' shipful Master; W. A. Howes, Senior Warden; C. S. Hall, Junior Warden; W. E. Butchart, Treasurer; F. M.' An- derson, secretary; L. 'F. Dawson, D. of C.; A. E. Butchart, Organist; P. A. Elves, S. D.; E. J. Charters, J. D.; W. H. Grant, S. S.; F. L. Slmlngton, J. S.; A. J. Flbo'd, Tyler. After the installing of the officers the meeting resolved Itself Into a so- cial evening at which Masons and their friends were Invited. Cards, music, dancing and luncheons were the order until the early hours of the morning, and -a splendid time was i spent by members and guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker gave a very jolly masquerade dance at their residence on Apollo street on tho 29th i of December at which about thirty-five I of their friends were present. Owing.to the greatly increased at- i tendance at the Vulcan schools it was I found necessary to engage another teacher, and Miss Carter of Nova Sco- tia was chosen for this position frou among the numerous applications re- ceived. Miss Murphy of Calgary, Is another new teacher added to the staff, taking the place of Miss Loftus. left j for her old home In England. I Miss Caitsle returned on Sunday night from a holiday spent with her brother, and family at Coleman. Miss Nealy spent the holiday with her sinter at Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mre. F. J. Stewart enter- tained) the Rank of Commerce staff at a dinner party at their home on Tuesday night last week. The guests included Miss Davis, Miss Bennett, Mrs. 'Galliker and Messrs. Oalliker, Gibson and Orton. An elaborate poultry show will be held here In February and the direc- tors and officers of the association are busily engaged in getting a large prize I list in shape for the event. The Poul- try association is one of our livest organizations, and la being fully sup- ported by citizens of the town and dis- trict, nearly all the prizes .being do- nated by the business men of Vulcan. Drs. Carson and Wark have formed a partnership and ate now installed in their new quarters In the Imperial hotel. There has been considerable illness for the past month and both doctors have been very busy. Community Club Does Much To Advance Vulcan R. S. Cumminga of Calgary has pur- Lend Me-- Your If you have any article to sell, rooms to rent, property to dis- pose qf, or want to engage help, etc., try a Herald Want Ad They .bring results, and re- suits count. Try One Today t canto per line (Count six to a Mini: mum, 25 Inse'tlent Itr prln of 4. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES Wo moke switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches an 01. Salwuy Hair Cardstou, Alta. NEWS AN'D VIEWS Reading Is tho greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress yuu now but tho longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us tor a free J. M. HENDERSON Care oC Wright's Jewelry Store. REPLIES Replies been received for the ing Box Numbers: 34, 89, 123, 131, 132, 136, 147. OWNIRt OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS NOTICE TAKE NOTICE, that the City of Lethbridge will make application at the next sittings of the Provincial Legislature, for the Province of Al- berta for an Act amending the Liith- bridge City Charter to give the Coun- cil power to pass By-laws to raise money for the Installation of water, sewer and pluJiDing in buildings in the City of and to charge the cost of the uamd to the land as taxes. To set apart portions of the City for residential, manufacturing, warehouse chased tho business stock and equip. J or wholesale districts, and to regulate ment of the General Service the style of .building to be built In pnd is now in charge of the garage. each district. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Denbigh enter- tained a few of their friends at a New. Year's Eve dinner party on Friday To provide for giving persons who pay Poll Taxes, a vote. To provide for tho taxation of night. The guests were: Mr. Wolfe, church property when not owner1, by Mr. Berry, Mr. Davenport and Mr. Col- well. THREE, GROUPS, SOVIET CENTRAL COMMITTEE; LEOTNE, TROTSKY SPLIT JUDICIAL SALE OF VALU- MGA, Jan. reports a newly elected soviet central commit- tee comprising three groups. The. dominating right wing is headed by Premier Lenine, the centre by Leon Trotsky, the war minister, and the left wing by M. Bukharin. The com- 1 mittee consists of 300 members, in- eluding Bela Run, Karl Radek, M.. Rakovski, General Bnderiny, M. Sale by Public Auction at vieff, M. Kalinan, Leo' Kameneff, Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, the church using the same-, or such other minor changes as may be neces- sary. Dated at In Ince of Alberta, this Sixth Day of Jan. uary, A. D. 1921. W. S. BALL, Solicitor for the City of, Lethbridge. or, at option of the purchaser- The whole amount" may be paid within 60 days from the date of the sale without interest. All payments, except the in- itial payment to be made to the Clerk of the Court at Calgary. For further particulars and terms of sale apply to Messrs. CLARKE, CAHSON, MACLEOD CO., Barristers, Calgary, Alberta.: Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this, 28th j day of December. A.D. 1920. "A. G. A. CLOWES." Chamber Clerk. Approved: "L. F. Blaster in Chambers. ARMSTRONG RAWORTH OPTICIANS 18 TEARS EXPERIENCE IN LETHBRIDGE F. H. WHJCINS SIGHT RPKCUM8T 127 6th St. S. Opposite the Empnaa Phou lin KM nrr. Ad G JUDICIAL SALE OF VALU- ABLE FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to Judgment and Final Order for Sale in a certain action in the Supreme Court of Alberta. Judicial Districrof Calgary, No. 122SO, sealed tenders addressed to L. F. Clarry, ESQ., K.C., Master In Chambers, Court House, Calgary, Alberta, will be receiv- ed up to 11.30 o'clock in the forenoon ABLE FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to Judgment and Final for Sale made In a certain Ad K I of Friday, 28th day of January, 1921, l.for the purchase of Sections 2 and 11, Township 14, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian. The Plaintiff Is Informed that the above property Is an excellent farm about three miles East of Carmangay, Order action In the Supreme Court of Al-! consisting of two full sections of berta. No 15739, there will be offered which 825 acres are arable and of the which 815 acres are cultivated. There by are no trees or timber, the soil i: Leonid Krassin, M. Kolontai, Jacob i Frank Waddington. Auctioneer, at 12 partly sandy and-partly chocolate loam Peters and M. Raskolnikov. o'clock noon, on Saturday, 29th day of and it is on the banks of the Little Differences have arisen at the all-1 January, 1321, the following valuable Bow River. Russian congress of Soviets through i property, namely: Sections There is an abundance of water Premier Lenine advocating autonomy I 23' 23> 28. 29, 33, the North Half for stock and a very fine spring which for trade unions and M. Trotsky Section 20. the South Half of Sec- gives the farm its name of Crystal wanting continued government con- trol of unions. on Monday, and W. Hudson -was convicted of doing bodily harm to Steve Turner. Judge Jackson was on tho and B. L. Cooko acted for the prosecution, H. C. Myers for the defence. Sentence was reserved, but 'Will he delivered Jan. 25th. The Betlaw hotel has been reopen- ed, with Napoleon Lallose as propri- etor. Dr. Darling, of who has been In the hospital here for some time, has returned home, and taken up prac- tice again.' After a month's visit to Vancouver wad Seattle, Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Shontz have returned to Taber, Mr. TShontz having accepted the post of shop fore- man for the Taher Motor Co. The Bank of Hamilton has added Mr. Burrell, of Winnipeg, to Its staff, the new member took up his dut- ies on Monday. R. M. Brown, assistant manager of the Maple Creek Milling Co., spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Alex. Stewart, who has purchased thb business of J. W. HTII and Son, Is well known here, having often visited Taber In the course of busilms as a travelling salesman. As Mr. Stewart has been In the hardware business for orer 12 years, the business may be expected to register as high a volume as In tho past. AL McCOV SUSPENDED NEW YORK, Jan. McCoy, former world's middlcwe'Rh' has been indefinitely suspended by all the meetings for 1520. These were unanimously A general report of the activities THUNDER BAY IS CLEAR OF ICE PORT ARTHTJR, Ont., Jan. tlon 32. and the West Half of Section Spring Farm. It is particularly suit 26, all In Township 7. Range 21. West able for mixed farming, of the Fourth Meridian, in the Prov-i There are very good buildings con- ince of Alberta, known as the Felger slsting of a good frame house, 22 ft. Farm. jby 36 ft.; chicken house. 26 ft. by The Plaintiff is Informed that the 12 ft.; 100 ft. by 72 ft.; repair above property is an excellent farm of shop, 2B ft. by 30 ft.; bunk house, 20 of the club and the results attained Thunder Bay Is still clear of ice. a! armroximately 5440 acres of, which ft. by 30 ft.; numerous granaries and for the past year was read by the. secretary. The report was very sat-' isfactory and after a few remarks by the members, was adopted, and a mo- tion tendering Mr. Colwell a vote of thanks for his services was carried. Mr. Butchart spoke at length in re- gard to the results attained through tho efforts of the club, and asked if it was the wish of the members that same be supported and maintained in the future. This seemed to be the sentiment of every member present, and several spoke of the gratifying re- sults that had been accomplished dur- ing the year. The question of a playground for the children, skating rink, library, hos-' pital, district nurse, rest and reading room, .future luncheons, etc., were fully discussed and gone into, and mo- tions regarding these were .put and carried. It was decided' to hold a luncheon during January, and monthly thereafter throughout the winter months, at which an outside speaker would be present. There will also be held each month a meeting which will take the form of a debate by local talent. It was also decided that u drive for new members would bo made in the near future. i The meeting elected the following officers for 1921: President, W. E. Butchart; vice-president, E. J. Char- ters; secretary-treasurer, C. E. Col- well, and Messrs. Undnay, F. A. Elves, Spooner, Walker and Torgeson for directors. very unusual condition at this late date of the season. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. 3240 acres are in stubble and 110 gond fencing, acres in alfalfa, situate about. 7 1-2 TERMS OF per cent, miles South of the City of Lethbridge, cash at the time Of the sale, IB per to which there is a good road. The cent, within 60 days from the date of land Is partly rolling but mostly level, the sale without interest, and the bal- The soil is a good clay loam and there ance in three equal Instalrrfents pay- Is a good well with plenty of water, able within six, twelve and eighteen There are a number of excellent build- months from the date of the sale with Ings consisting of a 2 1-2 storey house, Interest at the rate of 8 per cent, per 26 ft. by 30 ft., having hard wood annum, or, at the option of the pur-1 floors, and a furnace for heating pur-; chaser, the whole amount may be paid poses; three smaller houses for sixty days from the dato of ried help, a bimk-honse for 16 men; jthe sale without interest. Every tender must, bo accompanied PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. DEOBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4. Acadia Block. Telephone 1616. 3rd Ave. S. RING WORK DIAMOND SETTER WATCH REPAIRING LETHBBIOGE OLD GOLD 8t SILVER BOUGHT OXT-ACETYLENE WELDING N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th, Street. SUPPUti CO. 4W ltd 11 g brut t.Wiltni l ti- PIAtlO TUNING Q H EXPERT TUNEH Player-Piano and Organ Repairer 10 years' factory experience Hnr onrn Certificate M T Assn.. Lond.v England to the mujiclana of the city. U6t 127 lotr. Re S. Greenham, B, A.; Margaret E. Greenham, formerly of poultry Havergal College, Toronto. 15-26 for 66 horses with loft above, for 65 by a marked cheque for 5 per cent of tons of loose hay; a dairy barn which the purchase price which will bo re- Is probably the best In Alberta, hav- turned In case the said tender Is not Ing heavy cenient floors, 87 iron cattle accepted but no tender shall neces- the state boxing commission for fail-1 After the business end of the meet- ure to appear at a scheduled bout. I ing the members sat down did Carney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL T1NSM1TIONG FREEL ii FLLIOTT thMt WtrfcMv MWHW stanchions, trolley manure carriers, and loft holding 160 tons of loose hay; milk house, 52 ft. by 25 ft, of two sarHv be accented, The above property will be offered for sale free front all eneunibnui'-es stories with cement floor; pump save taxes for the year 1921, and tho Ice house, hog barn having sheds at- reservations and conditions contained tached with loft and water cistern con-1 in the grant from the Crown or In the nected with well, blacksmith's ihop, j existing Certificate of title. machine and cattle sheds. The land Is at present subject to a This property will be offered for sale mortgage on which there is about subject to a soiled reserve bid fixed owing which the purchaser by tho Court and the taxes for the may either pay off or assume, year 1921 to two mortgages 1 For further particulars and terms amounting to aa ot Jan-'of sale apply to Messrs, uary 1st, 1921, and subject to tbe res- CLARKE, CARSON, MACLEOD ft CO. ervatlons and conditions contained In 1 Barristers. Caluary, Alberta; or the exiting Certificates of Title. per cent, oih at the time of the sale, fifteen per cent, with- in 60 days from the date of the sale, without Interest, and the balance In three equal Instalments, payable within six, twelve and ctchUcn months Iron the date of the ule, with Interest i M Ike ot 1 per cent, per annum, B. HOGG. Barrister, Alberta. Dated at Calgary, Alberta, this 18th day ot December, Approved: ber, A.D. 1920. "A, G. A. Chamber Clerk. "L. T. la Cnambtri, Al A Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will to your lit lo try US. We an Marhlni Fhop and employ only first Machinists. Satisfaction In ncl workmanship Tractor Cylinders mrronnil. fitted with over-slii plstou trt rincs. N1VEN BROS. fit 1lt 3. 173Z Association of Army and Navy in Canada LethoHdrji Unit. M Tctenat of joining thi mediation, car ob- tain Information ud application forms from U LIIOH. p. O. Box No, i LKo- DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICE. Dentist, former, l.v of Lethbridge, has located at 679 Oranville St., Vancouver, B. C. Phono 3ey. 9300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHS OH. OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. IK-1S-20 Sherlock Hours 10-12. 2-4. and if appointment. PR'VATB HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private plUi. 1221 7th Ave B.. Lothbrldn: Accommodation for (leal, medical and maternity pi- Private nd roomi. lUtei I30HM, ISS.Oo ud week. Write tot information Mn II. B. Van mes A1LEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal at Music, London. England. 100 cent. lr.st year successful. MRS. W. H ot Piano and Theory. Pupil- prepared for Conservatory ot Mnslc exams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Eth A. South CLEANERS AND PRESKERS THE in French dry cleaning We are the cltfsit In city We trauma Prenrb ivitem, which cov- en tvery ipot and pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street Sonth. Phone 1S11 Collect end deliver. LOO CLEANING. PRESSING. lUpamng and alterations well reasonable prices. (of Jillvir Kooda, SM 7tk St. Rnntft. GUNSMlTHS GUNSMITHS t barrel! itrilghteied. iini rsstoefr gun work done by gvnunlth. lock! BIcyclM, any light Bkcnlnerv repaired, livn nowari ilnrpemd D E. Uacdoaald. Uotoi-cjcli Agent Mb Street, opposite Herald ton BfiOf, Pftpi-flancen and ftaeoratinv 91ffn Wrftlvg elfleit 'MUbllsbMi pulntcn ti RM 1471 1711 Blfli. L.IH- bndn. 4. Decorating PUMrhanginr fN 111 AvMinr Sonth I L. COPELANTJ B R KENT. The Pyramid I'esnrRflng Co ior decorating and paperhanglng a tlalty SatUfied customers our aim.. "hone 12th St Soath. JOSEPH DAVIDSOH. DECORATOR. Established 1901. Thirty-five rears' experience fn Blteft lor ind Interior Decorating, 157 11 Ui ot. South Eitlmates (rw. RBI lint, 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 toll yon about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 1