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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta M.GR KOUH T11K LKlHBKinGE DAILY HF.RALD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1920 She letbbciboe "becalb Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlihtn TKS UETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Kt Street South, Lethbridgt W. A. Buchanan and Director Torrance Business Manasei TELEPHONES Bwlneu Office Ultorla) OHict acterlzed this an au outrage and I just. We agree In this ami go further' condemning the arrangement as a scandal and u disgrace. The sur- prising part or it is that an ar- rangement should uavo beeu suffered to be. should have arrested attention ot those responsible for the conducting of the Children's Shelter; without the same having to thrust, io tiieir notice. The city authoritle.- wc presume, in the control they have over the Children's Shelter have .1 lust say iu matters regarding it. Have they gone into this aspect of affairs iu 'he Institution? Surely it i was worth looking into. The waifs aud strays of humanity Oeuiaud our care and atteiuiou. The [policy of anything being good enough for them Is an Inhuman policy. They j merit that regard contained in tiie ofsldo walkVVfas considered but Iho meeting, council lablekl thS matter till next of was. a vsiltor with lir. Wallwln In lUroua ou Tuesday. Jsu. 13. Mr. McKenzio Welsh left on'Wed- nesday (or Clelclu-n. Whilst away on his trip will Inspe'ct eoruo ihorsi-s, looking forward to -spring work. i Hclief is tu-irii; considered hy Rhiiust organiiiiilons. flf Iha town and aii' urgeiH effort Is made Iu help at least iu some way Iho Some Barons People Convinced cases who need clothing, etc., of Need of Artificial Water Supply (From Our Own KARONS, Jan. S. II tlri'-j as far us the supply will go. Will those of the district who know any needy cases' kiudly reyort to tho Wo- men's Institute, the Ladles' Aid, or Ilev. s. like. Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates: Ddliy, delivered, per week J Dailj, delivered, per year 7.50 by mall, per year 5.00 WeeWy, by mall, per year 1.50 fiths now has his apartments above I tho Union Hank. I Mr. 0. 11. Correll aud family now i occupy the house hi which Mr. Grit-; the Master, "Forasmuch as, nnd Elay0li (orMcrly. 1 ye have done It uuto the least of j The councii good my brethren, ye have done it uuto [by repairing the round the I me." Weekly, by mail, per yea.- to U.S. 2.00 o! expiry ot subscription ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ct papers after expiration date it our authority to centime the fut- ANNUAL REPORT OF PRESIDENT OF B. OF -T. Tho presenting of an animal report of a body with the functions of a Uoard of Trade in an interesting fhnpe j THE LIGHT IN THE PORCH The young people or the town have Iha pond by the side of the station for their skating rink. They surely (have happy times tlioro. We must compliment Mayor HardU- The ot (he town save a on his plan to bring more light to thejball on Friday evening In the opera city in the way of getting citizens house lo the people of Barons. Quito 'a large number gathered and spent a social evening, and partook of j sumpVjus repast prepared bj( Ha- lo install electric lights in the pir. tovvn las; the-gents' first .prize. Mr. Dan McDougall came up from Medicine .Monday on a business trip. The Aid will meet at tho home ot Mrs. Paul Buehrlng Thursday, Jan. 22. Everybody cordially invited. The Alberta telephone company sent their trouble inspectpr up .'to move the telephone booth back to tho post office from the pool hall. '.Mr. Campbell, flour, feed and hay. travelling salesman of Winnipeg, was visiting Winuifred Tuesday. Mr. 'Robertson, government in- spector 'made a'business trip around this district Jan. 13 and 13. Johri Mcl.ebtl we're i Medicine Hat visitors Monday. i Wlnnltrcd Consolidntod school held! a meeting Friday, Jan.9, and elected! their officers for the hew year. Ed. (iossliu, Billy Craig nnd Mr. nonchard I wero re-elected trustees and Mr. A.j Kendall was rhoson one of llio] new Iruslees. i was very successful in getting two very competent teachers beginning to teach Jan. 5th. Miss Xesbit. junior school teacher la stopping at tho home of Mr. anil Alfred 1C. K. liargan will spend ti month or six weeks in Calgary on a business trip. The local missionary society wlli mc-t at tho home of Mrs..Harvey Davis, Jan. 17th. Frank K. Hillis Is a little umlcr Ihe were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs: Illnd; U'ednesday evening, it being a d.c- surprise.. Several tables engaged at bridge arid an ex- quisite luncheon served. Tlie hostess was assisted by Mrs. M. J. Collins and Mrs. Jas. Larsen. The Piano For You BECAUSE it lasts a life- time and gives perfect satisfaction, always is a Mason size and-style, for ovcrj- Sold on easy terms at "Factory lo Homo" prices. Ask for style .Catalogue. mm Risen, BloeX of.'the as will pay these extremely high prices for Alberta Furs our school principal is nt present Mr. Insp'ir- official viait here tier the weMhor. We all wish fur bfiii tor. m-'1 a speedy rcttivery. Wf- Tlie Ladies' Aid of Itaronn t-hnrch j Mr. H. iit'll was a businbss vibil- jinet at the Imrac. tif Mrs. jIcKr.y on nr in T.ilm- m Tluiraday. n< last j Tuesday afternoon. There week. On Saturday Uic United States will finite be In a stale of "siilendld isolation" 'Mr.-.; Mr. .1. K. Slirarer has been qititc ill j Vclwh. the president was in the having a heavy cold com- cShlir. and tlin business wss