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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1921- THB LETHBrTTDOE PACK THNKS Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the TBisceBaneeqs for Colim-It FiDI Surprise Yon How' Easy it Is To Sef Anvfa J f lucky Strikers Stand WeD With St Peter; a Dream (From Our Own Correspondent) LUCKY STRIKE, Jan. Holmherg Literary Society gave a Terr pleasing entertainment at Lucky Strike hall on New Year's eve, which wan by dancing till early In the morning and it Is aincerely hoped they will come again. The vlce-presi- dent, Mr. Hockenbick, and Mies Es- ther Holuitaorg, Furiu very energetic couple in keeping -up the interest and pushing things along. IIcRoy Whitney gave a solo and was followed by recitations and songs by Elmer Mr. Yen. Eugene "Wine, George Douglas, Ernest Green- up, Mr. Yancy and Mailn? and !mna Wing. One of the beat papers of the even- ing was a dream written by Ike Wil- liams, which caused a great deal of merriment and we give U In, fall. Ike's Dream A few weeks ago our worthy vice- president made the statement that If we intended to keep up this literary that everyone would have to their turn and do something. SMtned hiird tat distinct then WM twinkle IB wktek uuutt you at cue at WhIIi I wu standing there In line the party hi front of me turned around mil much to ray surprise 1 recognised Joe MttuJelof. Sv we naturally fell to discussing all the Important of the past. few weeks. such u wed- dings, eharivarles, until at lut It was Joe's turn go before Peter and hart cre- dentials O. K.'d by that most worthy personage. that I might ke hotter prepared, I littened with the greatest care to everything that pass- ed between the two, which was M near as 1 can remember, au follows: "Whit-la your "Why, don't you know me, I SCHOOL HOLDS OWN OwmenU.) of Fomteia Pea for Other Coaldale Newi Oar Own Correspondent) OOALDALE, Jan. W.--Geo. Hughes Is still confined to his home suffering from a had attack of neuralgia. Joseph Mandeloff, mayor ot Locky dugktar, lira. KacMillan, has return- "Lucky That name don't found familiar, can't you ghre me a ed is Grssl Fall" y.fuit U. F. A. held annual elec- tion of officers last Thursday after- little fuller noon at 3 o'clock. All the old offic- "Why, said Joe. "That's' m were re-elected except that a new where Bros, conduct that vice-president was elected In the per- large retail grocery store situated on, son, of Mrs. Mai Donaldson. Th of- the northeast corner of the northwest fleers therefore are: President J. P. quarter of section twenty-four, town- Baldwin; vice-president, Mrs. M'. Don-1 ship three, range west oC the 4th, in the province of Alberta." ftaint Peter was just as much m the dark u for he candidly replied aldson; secretary-treasurer, Max Don aldson. Elberta Sirggitt returns to Moun Royal College on.Tuesday after spend that he had never heard of any such mg the holiday season at Coaldale. place as Alberta. A good many Coaldale people at 1 could see that Joe was beginning! tended the opening of the new organ to get nervous, but ,he had a sudden at Wesley church (last 'Friday. Sunda; evening the church service at Coai dale was given up and pastor and con gregation attended Wesley church o inspiration "Why, that is the province that grows the 40, 50 and 60 bushels ot Now after the "ood start it Iris m-ide lne ov anu ot' gregauon attended Wesley enure: the msjestle muslc it to dip bo took a fling at Hoa. Mr. King and' Premier Melghen la a satirical speech BAILIFF'S SALE of Tax., Biv.n by MONARCH SCHOOL DISTRICT to mt against H. S. PELLETIER and to m. dl- nlT H- Peltier named In the said Warrant, I have th. fallowing goods, namely: ONE GRISTMILL (Multum in Parvo) complete with and Belting. ONE INTERNATIONAL 35 h.p. GASOLINE EN- GINE, 13 inch Grinder WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON Friday, the 14th Day of January, 1921 AT MONARCH MILL, MONARCH, ALTA. AT THE HOUR OF THREE P.M. Dated L.thbrldoe, Ote. 27th, T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Farmers Whtn In need of TRACTOR -It will to your to try US. W. have an up-to-date Maokta. and employ only first ciais Machinists. Satisfaction Sid workmanship Tractor Cylinders ngrntni. aud fitted with pistou rings. N1VEN BROS. 216 1st 8. 1732 Auociation of and Na? y in LethbrWrc Unit, M Voterant desirous of Ktttac the ssRoriatlon. ea, tain Infortnstioo and application forms from th> seerMarr L. LEICH. P. O. Boi No. i DENTIST DR. 0. J. COURTICB. Dentist, former- ly ot Lethhridge. has located at S79 Granvllle St., Vancauver, B. C. Phone 3ey. 9300. Opposite HueV son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHS DR. I. M. OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. tit-U-tO Sherlock Hours 10-12, 2-4. a BlSl d kf 1ML THPT VAN HAAR1.GM Pnrate Kal. 1M1 8.. Lethbrldsea 748. Aoeommodatlon for no- real, and maternity nd moms. Rate. IIO.M, Ml.M and tfl wok. TM mformatloi 14) Mis M. m Vu HurltB. tndot MISS AILEBN M. Playing, and Theory. Pupils ed for the examinations of RoyaJ Aeademy.lnd Royal of Unslc, London, England. cent, lust successfnl. MRS. W. H at Piano and Theory. Pupil., prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Music exams If detired. Annual wring recital Studio. 5tk A. South CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French dry eleanlnt We an In the city We use th. genulna Frenrh system, which en and eliminates sihle Injury to garments. giTlng high elas. remits Rpecial attention ta eointry work. 824 6th Street South. Phone lill. Collect and deliver. LOO PRESSING Repalrlnx and 'aluratlons don. .1 prices. Ml) tot and dellTer gooli. Ttk St. South. Phone 1521 OCNSMITHS barrels straightened, (ins inn work dor., by i gunsmith. kers looks repaired, typewriters, any light repaired, lawn mowon ibarpcnwl D S. Macdonald Inditi Agent. Phone 1011. CU Btnet, Herald tat f. General TVeonttn. ud Sim WrMm tim. The .lUbilshed painten ii Re. oh on. 1471: )7I1 kndn. A- Sn4 IM. (H Itk ATMOO SooUL U COPBLAWD m R Prramld Decanting Co Inter- or decormtlng paporhinglng a Satisfied customers onr ate IMS. 12th St. Sosth, JOSEPH DAVTO80K, DECORATOR. -r-.-j IMf. TmtrtT-ftm years' ta Krtsli tor end Interior Decorattng. M7 llth South. 11M. WINTER RADIATORS Why not hnre your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost conies, with the best Honey-comh Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell ran about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man '2 -1th Ave. S. Behind Slrmr Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT eARDSTOH I. M. COOMBS Agent Doris L R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PHINTINO, HOME-POKTRAITUHe, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;