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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JANUARY 1021 PACE THMCR Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the "Misceflaneaiis for Sale' Cohmm-It Will Surprise You How Easy his To Sefl Anvtlrimr ,7 (Special CHIN, Jan. said Chin was 4ead? No indeed, we are very much alive and enjoying the nice weather which 19S1- has thus far presented to us. The men folks here have a snap these days, no chores to do, as the horses and cattle are leisurely graz> Ing on prairie and stubble, instead of hanging around the feed racks in the laniysrd devouring'' the a ton Coaldale hay, .as was the case this time last sorry for Coaldale .this year, but we can't .cry lor. laughing. School raoponed on Tuesday, Jan. 4th, Miss E. Bird, our teacher, re- turning on Monday 3r8, from Stavely, where" she spent her Christmas holi- davs. S.. F. Wednesday for Lethbridge, where he entered the Gait hospital for treatment, A speedy re- covery is hoped for. Mr. and Mrs. D. MacMillan spent day-recently in Letbbridge. Church services were not held here last Sunday owing to the school being repaired and freshly varnished on Sat- urday preceding. Mr. and Mrs. A. Moore arrived some time ago from Saskatchewan and are again employed .on the Alexander ranch. We are sorry to report the illness of Mrs. 0. Maggs, who has been un- der the doctor's care for some time in Gait hospital. W. S. Hill of Lothbridge, called here on Wednesday en route to visit hia sheep camps. Abe Hyssop has returned to Lassi- ter ranch after spending the holidays at his home in North Lethbrtdge. Word has ibeen reeivert here that we are to have a new station agent, our present agent, S. J. Weeks, being appointed to Hillcrest as assistant ag- ent. This rtnos not meet approval as Mr. Weeks has bi liked since he arrived and we wish him to stay here. W. A. Davis, elevator man for Bill' son's here, Is busily engaged ont grain these days, being An Eftcient Winnipeg Student ISAAC MANTLE BEADS MILK RIVER COUNCIL (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Jan. U.F.A. cave a New Year'i dinner at 2-16 school on New Year'i Many guests were Invited and a food time shown all. Dancing UK, even- ing's entertainment. The many friends of Miss Evelyn Jochem will regret to 'near ihe li a natieat in. the General hospital, Cal- gary with pneumonia. Miss rttelvn wag on her way to Edmonton aa a delegate for the Junior Institute, tak- ing 111 at Calgary and was unable to go farther. Her mother, Mrs. Jochem left on Thursday, for Calgary. A delightful 509 party and dance was given at the LJnd school on Tues- day erenlBa% 4, which claimed Mr. and as boat and hosteai! A delicioui lunch served during evening. The flrs honor wai John Heech, "consolation hy.JIri. C. LJoydfi C Hugh Sanderson ot Kelvin 'INschnJ- cal High school, who gained Miai K. MeCirtrt returned on Ti lion by winning the to reaume her medal for proving ed for the examinatlOBi ot the AemdeiiT ud Rojal College ot Mute, L.-'vto'a, BugUnd. 1M ptf litit year nceenfal. MRS. W. H. at ud Theory. Pupil- Conwrvitory of It desired. Annul Btudlo, USt ttk Are, AND PRCMIRS vAurr We we the oldMI Me wktok ira. ItTtaf MteMiM U4 dk MTMC SMtk, CMIeet delhrer. LOO M< well done reeemaMe prlexi Mil (of Ttk kMnk Jt CM kr km tocto revere mi revered, any raitalnA, town D Mteteuld. rtoM itn. ttk NDEP RIM, HMb DIAMOND WATCH Ol D COLO fiL SlLVFl OXY-ACBTYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH.. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street. Firm Mvfittic fw electrical Wort PIANO TUNING 0. B EXPERT TTJNBR- ano and Organ Repairer 10 yean' factory experience Hiu ours Certificate M T. Assn., England Reference! to the leadlni nniiclint of tht cUv, Phone llti 4! 7 10th. Si S. Farmers WHen In nefd of my TRACTQH Re pi in It will ba to your est to try US. We bare .an up-to-date Fbop and employ only firat Machinists Satisfaction In fcTid workmunshlp Cylfnrters reground, aud fitted with over-size ftpd rings. NJVEN fid Ave. BROS. Phoni 17 Anociation el Army ind Veterans IB) LeHiarldre M Tttenai deMroai of the above iitorlatlon. MlDjnlormatloa aid from the e nentui L. Tee mi Alatftt. 14TI: la DMMrattaf an4 raperhiaitoc. Pkau in it, giMrtk. I. L COPBLAHO. m B. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating Co Inter- tor deeontlBi and paperhmiclng etalty nitomere our alia. Phone Itn. 12th BL Soath. JOSBPH DECORATOR. -i-ie-i IMt. I Thfrty-flre years' ra Kiteft lor and Interior Decorating Ml llth M. South. trea. Raa. Phone MM WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the fapst comes, wlttt the belt Hopey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell you about H, or ask someone who baa one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON 1. M. COOMBS twwe Agent Doris LR. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DIWUltoNa, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;