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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KOVEMBER 16. 1920 THE LETFIBRIDGE DAILY HERAM) So Qnick and So Sure as a Herald Want Ad-He Is Eicieni and Work for a Very SmaD Wage-Phone 337-Payable in Advance TABER VETERANS Felice Raided Card Game Playere Forfeited Chugts ia Prcperty (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Not. Retail Mer.- Association U having the rear tettUm o( former S A. X-TF on Front. St refitted for a r-st- -oiii foi women at'Talx-r. e interior ft. cocci irg a ,vO it o( alii] otltr -PSS, a tjb.'e.-c'.alrs. la-ii'az'nes. etc., ,tt hrtha for .tjrv con- venience of out-of-town ladles la town Alex. Primioue Is In charge o( the work A number4 of the younger jwrtion pt the. community attended a danco at Rolling Green last night, and .re- port a good time, and the usual crowd: however, shied at the paster, Rfcv, Bryan, feela advls able on account of his recent fivo idQathB' absence from his congress- tlon. At the Sunday evening EerTlce at Kuox, the pastor made reference to the era tifellstic to be ducted this week in the Methodist church by Ret, Thos. Powell, superin- tendent of Methodist missions, begin- ning Monday night, and continuing for the week, ending with the anni- versary sen ices on Sunday next, and a lecture the following evening. The pastor urged those present to attend, the members and adherents of expected to. Join in the services. In commemoration Armistice ending the world war, the Urancli or the O. W. V. Tsber Inld a 4.1k S to of to at tne nnk skating hs The town police pulled off a raid on the basement of a. prominent room- Ing house here early Tuesdat mom ing. Suspicions were aroused that a card same not strictly under town rules.was going on, and Chief Fauldi imoker and social time in the hall on: Saturday which proved very successful, about seventy present, and a pleasant time was spent by the guests. The social even Ing by a parade of tho G W. to divine serute at ths Church of England oil Sunday eyeu; fug, where -the ntembers.were.addres- sed by the'Rev. P. D. Loacroft. About forty .veterans part In the par- to the hall at the close. _tho rink-committee hockey dub Is walling to 'sea the fire has become Douglas Lake, for Iwelve The younger Eel regret' her departure.. T. O.'King is confined to his bed with the mumps, epidemic of mumps Is no respecter of-persons o'rl age, 'striking old and young alike I Mr'.'Clifford Dahl, Melvln King and! elTiu ChrlstlaJson ,-and U, Bryner Raymond next mouth to do mis- sionary work for the Mormon church. BOY SCOUTS CAUGHT THE BAD BOYS WINDSOR, Nov. the city fire chief had advocated that the fire alarm twits be tateu off the streets because of the. epidemic of falso: alarms turned in and the in- ability of the police to slop It. the Boy Scouts took a'Laud. They hij a still hunt for a week and finally apprehended two lads, aged 13 and 14, who nre alleged to havo caused all the trouble me order of the- day. the into which Tie'water from the town artesian well flows, Is _ several feet: in depth, and the-zero j weathei the has miuip I a beautiful sheet of" ice. In "conse quence, a large number .hate been '5 %n a eime Thlle dZ ?.w.' thus both m the afternoon taken to the ait, and later released on hall, to appear before S J Lay ton.on Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock, but failed to put in HII ap pea ranee before :the court, thus for- feiting the cash put ur. 1 Clinton Hodges has entered tho employ of Shiells1 hardware Due to overload a transform er on Hough St, behveen Hill s hard ware and tho White Lunch tobk lire on Saturday night about 1030 For a time some ..of the business places were In and candles and lanterns.had to Illuminate the gloom, the fuse burning out twlus in EUCMS slon. Orders vvere issued bv the po lice lo reduce'the in some establishments for the rest evening, although tbo lights were soon in order again In" this con ntetkra, it may be suited that the Hej( Is special lighting circuit, and was, therefore, not affect ed The eunreyors' dance in f the Vets' hall drew capacity crowd, aid one Itself tngely The innsic was supplied by the Cannoneers' Jan Lethbridge.'aniJ the numbers neartity applauded The sur were nnable to obtain the So clal hall, go the dance was held ur> townf V-. "The L D. S jnarrled folks are giv- ing and supper in'the Social hall on November ISth, with an nf ternpon'-program, took. place on Novem- ber 6th, at Regal City, of Miss Flor ence Hipp to Mr Petro Tnuaglla, both being residents ot Taber Jitv M 'E Wiggins tied the nuptUl knot Wlldman has purchased the "Franken residence at the comer of and The C P R. staff at the freight- sheds has been reduced by one dur- Ing'the winter months .continue lo flow in at the local mines from points as far cast as BIG GATHERING AT CONFERENCE OF TAYLOR STAKE OFrom.pur Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Nov. Stake Quarterly Conference was held on Sat urda> and Sundae, NOT 13 and 14, In the Stake' Tabernacle with" represen- tatives from every ward In the Stake present. Jos! F. Smith, the main speaker, on afternoon he an sermon on the "Duties and Man." Mr. Duncan ..Weaver played a violin solo, Mr Ira McBride (lenor) sang with feeling and the cello selection b> Mr. K. Mclntyre of Lethbridge wai enjoyed. The Cantata "The Vision" j-epeated by request on Sunday evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all The soloist Mr Ira McBnde and choius work showed marked Improvement, J6s TJrsenhach, son of 0 F Ursen bach of Lethbridge and Miss Amy Burr, daughter of Henrv Bnrr of_Hiy- mond, wore quietly married Saturday evening at the home of: Mr. TJrsen- bach'a sister, Mrs E Stevens Bishop J W Evans officiating Miss-Burr was a Standard barik CUIN A RO ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson XMA6 SAILINGS From New York Dec. To Plymouth-Cher- bourg-Hamburg Dec. STmrcritou .Moville, G'gow Dec. .Cherbourg- S'mptou From Portland, Me. To Dec. Glasgow NEW Va-sari 20 Carmania Nov 24 K.A. Vic.. .Dec. IS i Carmania.Dec. 25 READ BY THOUSANDS CHERBOURG- SOUTHAMPTON Aq.uitauia.Nov. 23 23 Imperator. Jan. 20 25 NEW CHER- BOURG Caronia 27 Caronia Feb 8. NEW GLASGOW (Vi Moville) s. -Columbia .Feb. 10 NEW 20 Cassandra tv01 20 PORTLAND, Cassandra.Dec.SO Katurnia.' Jan. IS For full Infelrmatloi. appiy lo any K K or S S Agents or oftae SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St. Wlrnlctg. staff at and one of Raj ov iuc uuiiici ut siau ai iuiymoDQ ana one 01 JCenaston Ate and First popular young laaiea Friends and Is at present occupying one of J, B Jcll'e houees on Front St Mrs >E J Franken and family leave shortly for California, where they join Mr, Franken, at El Oentro A. J Deane, who has been assist Ing Neil McKellar this fall, leaves on short trip of about a week, after which he will take op residence ip Taber, as he eipects to continue in his former capacity next spring Mr recently shipped his effects to Redcliff, but has just received .word that the machine in the glass factory on lie was to employed has gone out of com mission, and it will take four months to replace it; The service in the morning, at Knor church, November 2Ist, will take the form of a congregational con ference churchwork, which are extending hearty congratulations They will reside In Raymond Mrs Wm Zemp is reported as cnl-. III at her home Mrs Phoebe Smith of Cardston has1 returned home .'after a week's with her mother, Mrs Annie Thomp- son of Raymond Bishop J. ;W, Qreen and wife, H. Osthmd, Drl H. Smith. O. F. :Ursen- bach, Merlin Steed and R. C. Harvey aud'danghter Lucile, Mrs J T Hennmger, were among the con i ference nsltors from LethbrldKe Frank Steele, former editor" of our' town paper, spent the week-end in Raymond Miss Mayme Elder of the Raymond Merc staff left Thursday for Califor nia She was the guest of honor at a dinner party on Tuesday at the home of S F Kimball Covers were laid TO EUROPE Nor SOl'Meh. F np Fr'ce a L n, B Uia M OSTRE4 VKR700L N'or 10 24 15 'Feb. 13 Mln MOXTRE A SCOW Nor. JS 11 23 V 14 Scllla "Dee, i Corsica ax. JOHX. ANTWFRT Dec. SllFeb... llMoh. 15 From SL John. X.B. S.S. wKmiUay IJt Sftt Main Slrwl, UEnnlper TOURIST SWEEPING CARS V DIRECT .TO SHIPS SIDES IN CONNECTION -WITH SAILINGS OF SS. "MELITA" from ST.JOHN, December 10th SS. "EMPRESS OF BRITAIN" from ST. JOHN, Leave MEDICINE HAT 7.50 a.m., December 6th and llth, 1920. For reservations apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent BARGAINS m TIRES We Have An Unlimited Supply Of Second-Hand fires and Tubes PRICES 'RANGING FROM UP r i ALL SIZES r l Why go expense of- buying n6w and tubes when you can buy them at half the price.', NOW, IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Ljctfcbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH C.P.JR. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Minneclosa Jlatagaraa Empress Mellta Empress of Britain .Nov. 20th Nov Nov 24th .Nov. .Dec. 101 li .Dec. 13th' TO GLASGOW 26th.. I'retonan MS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets issued .on all oilier Atlantic Lines. WINTER RADIATORS Vfhy not have your Automn- bllc FUitllator-ns-corcd licforo tho frpsl conws, with tho beat Core oblElnahle. Drop In and let us tell you about it, or nsk someone Tvba has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Mari 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill, TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIXED One o( the best'of oiir irri- gated hays for HORSES I'rompt shipment In ton or ear lots. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers aifg Shippers Coaldalo an' ADKF1MTE part of each day is set aside by neirl> everybody, for reading THE "HERALD" CLASSIFIED ADS. Just think, then, of tile thousands of read Ing columns, and amongst them rnuet lie somo for whom your loeEsaguils meabt. V PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Service Agency CclentlDe CollecUoni Everywhere. tuij. We get lulti. Everytlking la accoontkucr. Prompt altcvDoo. Acjdla Block, PtANO TUNING Player-Piano sad Organ Repairer. 10 years' factory experience. HOB- cars Certificate M. T. Astn, London. England.. Refereiicei to the leadfnt nuiiclins ot tea city.' 1161 ICtf-SL S. DO YOU SQD1NT3 11 you do It's a sign that you're some eye trouble.- To neglect your'eyes under, such; circumstanced may lead into a serious state of af- fairs. I. Thojhest mlvice we cpnld give yon see us.. An tell at onco'wholhcr or not you need glasses to 'correct any eye fault. J. Caro Wright's Jewelry Store. REPLIES! Replies have been received for the fpllow- ihg'Box Numbers: 28, 33, 77, 83, 98, 103, 106, 116, 121, 124, 126, 129, 130, 131, 132, 139, 142, 150. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Renewing Your i Tire Treads Ve'arc specialists In retread' lug of tires, all makes jeuew tbo treads In their ongi nal form or', other effective forms This is important to )ou, when consider how high tires are ard that von can nra- long the life tires our upto-date retreading method's Lethbridge Vu'canizing Works' DHAMe ._____: PHONE 1664 E CHAPLIN, Lethbrldoc LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 3rd AVE. S. TO THE PUBLIC-ATTENTION! For those who want'the best stock strain of the Shorthorn Scotch Topped Durham and Heif- ers (30 head to select from) ATTEND THE AUCTION SALE AT THE PALACE LIVERY BARN On THURSDAY, NOV. 18th ALSO 30 head of the best Hereford strain anJ Heifers, 200 CHOICE RAMS Willie offererf for talo on the same date. WATCH ;THE PAPERS .FOR PARTICULARS F. H. WILKINS BIGHT 8PECIAH8T 327 Slh St. S.. Opposite the Empresi Phone 1S5S. Kei. Phone 19J7. ELtCTRIC SUPPLIES Power_ Contraetore Jljone 133J St 8 a Rpecialty Contracton, for Work oa CardAton Temple'. r- OECORATINO BROS.-The Oeeoti _ fors Pwamnn and Kalwetnlif.' General 'Dtcoratirn Sin Wrtttng Tke eldsit established painters IB LethbrtdKe phone office Gherloek Bldf, bridge. A. MEADS-rPalntrag. _ rispertiansjlnt. Phone pi clalty. Satisfied cnstomeri our all Phone 190J.'. BIS J 2th SI Sonlb, JOSEPH DAVlUaO.N, DECORATOR. Established 1905. Thirty-five' years' eipertenca ID EitM lor and Interior. Decorating, 6B7 11th Spnth. Phone not AUCTION SALE PUREBRED STOCK CONSIGNED TO CAPT, T. E. ROBSON .THERE WILL 61- OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the Palace Livery fcarn, 2nd Avenue Soulh, Lethbridge ON TjSDAY, NOV. 18TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP "30 HEAD OF COWS AND jlEIFERS-SohiQ in calf and somo with oaves' at foot. AMs 3 id 7 years. Some of tho dual i1. nurtbor of choice Jlarsh and narnlionlette breeds, from' 1 to 3 years old TERMS CASH CAPT. T. E. ROBSON, Owner and Auctioneer Farmers Whtn In-need'of any TRACTOH Rtpslrt It will be to your to try US. We have an up-lodXte Shop and; employ, only drat clan Satisfaction'In price workmanship. Tfactor Cylinders rogrounil. iid fitted with ovcr-afze pEKtoa'j anl ringi... NlYEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 Dgg .1 R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. OSTEOPATHS; DH. J. H. EORN1NO, OSTBOPATH1O PHTSICUK. Sherlock Bltf Uotrs 19-13, 2-1, and PRIVATE HOSPITALS HE VAN HAARUEM Private 1121 ith i'boae 746. Accommodation for iur- (leal, medical' ani maternity pa- Prlvata sit semtprlraW. nomi. Rates J30.00, J33.00 and III a week. Writ? TCI rofdrmatuu tti- Kit. M. B. Van Haarlem, tradent HOSPITA1.8 _ NUES1NG, vale and scml-privato rooms, fnllj modern. Terms moderate. ApplJ Mrs. A. Woods, 38 4 Ih 'Street N. 53., Mtilclna Hat. Fhoha'3974. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE v For Appointments Phone 1M2 rrfd MRS. MARTIN 'i 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th MISS M. Playine and Theory. Pupils enter. ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and .Royal -.CollegeT, of Mnsic. London, England. 100 ser, year succeaafnl. MRS. H. 61 Piano ani Theory. PupIla'prepareS for the.Toronto'. Conservatory: el Mnslc oiamo If deairei. tprlng recltiL Studio, 1238 Eth Are, A. South CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in FTench dry cleaning Ws are the oldfeit cJ--aners In city. gennlna Prenrh system. Tfhlch' COT' en trery spot and Injury to garments, Elvlns high class resnlti. .Special attention to tonntry work. S24 6th Street' South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. LOO and alterations well done it reasonable prices. We tnd deliver goods. 820 7th Et i Soolh. Phone OXY-ACETTLENB WBLD1NO W. N. KTJTH. Corner lit Ave. and 15th Street CHIROPRACTORS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE B. SMITH methods, are Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis. and 2-4, and by ap- pointment. Room 205, 'Sherlock Dlock. Phones. 1677 and 1441. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS ft LOCKSMlTHS-eOUN itralghtoned, ptns "restock- ed, no work done ty a ennamlth. made, repaired, bicycles, typo phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn iharpened. D. IS. Miedonald; Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1038. itb Street, opposite Herald office. WATER call water for never have'failed. Charges reasonable. T. K Davles. 1218 6th Ave. A, South. Phone 1247. Lethbridge. RING MAKER DIAMOND i .SETTER 33I-SVS7. LETHBRIDCt L. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I.M. COOMBS Newt Asiociafion of Army and y in Canada tethbHdre Oriit, No. 34 Veterant desirous of jolnlni !he above association, cai, tain Information and application forms from thn secretary L. LEIQH, P, p. Box No.'6. US bridge. Gorney-Oxford' EAVE TROUGHfflG GENERAL TINSMITUING FREEL ELIFOTT Sheet Mets! JSJ .Wilne ;