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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER DAftiY HERALD PAGE THHEP. ThyelsNoSalesman Sojjiuckand So Sure as a Herald Want AiUHe Is Efficient and Works for a Very Small Wage-Phone 337-Payable in Advance Coakfele School Principal Safe Mormadon About Very Interesting and Surprising Answers of P. Soc- iety Elections fFrom Our Own COALDALE, Nov. are sorry to report that W. H. Lust has suffered a serious relapse aud has had to bo removed once more to the Gait hos- pital. Mrs. Cleo. Helghes was removed to the_ Van Haarlem hospital on Sunday, where >ho remains In an uncertain condition. 'Sir. and Mrs. C. Cannon are receiv- ing congratulations on the arrival ot a daughler.on Friday morning last. The K. I', banquet last Thursday evening was a great success in every way. About 150 guests partook o'' a .turkey, banquet'of the most dcllclouj tables wera tastefully dec- orated and the local K. P.'s dirt well as r, alters, so thai none wanted. After all-had eaten to full satisfaction. T. became master of cere- -monies''and a very'interesting toast list was presented. The King. nev. H. IfoSomworth; pur Lodge. J. McD. Dav- and Our Guests, H. A, SugKltt and S. S.: Dunham; the Village of-Coaldale. H..Warren and Seeve .King. A -humorous' interlude presented by; W. W. "Honeysett and Mrs. Khudson. 'Mrs.-Myers 'entertained with-beautiful musical p.m. CosO.daie 2 p.m. Chin, and He will speak upon one of great- est problems facing the country. I.e., .he foreign-born Immigrant, Mr. Young sas had eleven oiperlence of missionary work In the Crows Neat Pass and knows whereof b.e speaks, 1 la silted unusual jiuipii abil- ity. On Monday evening, Nov. 22nd, Sir. Young will give his well known lecture entitled. 'The Blending of Nationalities." Everybody Is urged to attend as it would be a great loss to miss this great message.' Next Friday evening at S, (Nov. there will be a special moving picture j entertainment at come. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS: NOTE CIRCULATION odious. H. 'Warren was loudly en- cored for his delightful solo, and J. J. Lefflcr In his own style gave a very creepy recitation, -while the ptogram was rounded out with' reading by Mrs. Speaker, who gave Robert Ser- vice's In One style. There will be a first class moving .entertainment In the school auditorium on Wednesday next. (Nov. Good muBlc. Pictures ot the highest class. Everybody come..: H. P, Ober and family of the H. P. Ranch Kgady-Mado district, have mov- ed to Lethbrldge for. the winter. P. G. Norton was a Coaidale visitor last'week, looking after and looking up old friends. Groat skating those days. The young people are having! good clean enjoy- ment. Literary Society Election x Tlie elections at the local school for Literary Society and AlMe'lics were held lasl Friday. A keen Interest was the. Increased circulation. Thus taken In the contest and the voting was strictly by ballot according to tho regular system in vogue In Dominion elections. The. youngsters only spoilt about two ballots out of over 80, which cpeaks well for their general intelli- gence. -The following were elected: Liter- ary Pres., Miss Davis; Vlce-pres., John Secretary, 'Claude Stiruihm; Treasurer, Mabel Lockwooil; Committee, Lillian Bixby, Dorothea niatova, Harold Muriel Sug- Sitt. Athletic A. J. Law; Pres., Eddie Pederson; .Vlce- pres., ma Treasurer. George) Honeyselt; Committee, Eerlhcle Fur- Pupils -CKS T0w Some interesting data has been gath- i I-AKKY WIRELESS iredhy Ui'e school principal, A. J, with regard to the prospective''life- work of the school pupils. .He present- ed-three questions to them, arid asked what they Intended to do as a life- fir. work, what were their ptana for an .j oMne larzes' ,TtiP. Thn ssra SS2SS f Farris Service Agency Scleatlflc Collections We Kverytiilaj la Accountancy. Prompt at' 4 Actulta Block. Ptor.a O. H. aud Orgia Repairer, JO years' factory eiperience. Hoa- can Certlflcate M. T. Asia. London. England. References la (bo leading nnslcrtns ol the cllr. Phone loir, Si. S.x And Endurance BAD BY THOUSANDS INCREASES SEVENTEEN .MILLION DOLLARS OTTAWA. Nov. (By Canadian Kinaucing ment has within the last four weeks increased the amount circulation by nearly seven- teen -million dollars. time the ainouut of gold remains prac- tically unchanged. During the four weeks' period, however, approved se- curities deposited against Dominion ADHPIMTE part of each day Is sot aside by nearly everybody for reading lioics have increased by the total banking of Dominion notes THE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS. Justlhink, the tliousauds-of eyes reatl- Ing'tliGge columns, and amongst them must le whom your is mennt. bears proportionated DO YOU SQUINT? It you do It's a sign that you'rn ha-Ing some eye trouble. To neglect your eyes under such circumetancej may lead Into a serious state of af- fairs. The best advice wo could, give you same ratio to circulation that It bore QUEBEC STRIKE SETTLED QUEBEC, Nov. The strike 'of linemen of the Quebec water works An.examination will tell department held' up the re at once whether or not you need glasses to correcr any eye fault. J. M. HENDERSON Care .of Wrlght'i Jewelry Storo. pairs to the forty-inch wat.er pipe since last Saturday anil walkout of the other exterior eraplov I ees of the department was settled ves terday, both sides, agreeing to arbi- REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 28, 33, 42, 77, 82, 89, 92, 98, 124, 126, 129, 131, 132, 133, 143, 144, 150. F. H. WIUONS SIGHT SPECUr.IST 27 6th St. S. Opposite ttE Empress Phone 1151. JIM: Phone 1937. OWNERS'OF.BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS OSTEOPATHS; SHANGHAI, Oct. departments are soon to be equipped with wire- less telephones, conforming the Vapt- Tnsteert f op Coogiii and Cddi timo for Ii at thb fii bonof a cold or oorc threat. UM. jou jujt IiBht the litllo lamn mi> vaporizes tha Croco'eno find placaiinczrth The footLinir antiseptic vautr uDjt cujr.'relicvcs the cough, the ES.S- congestion, and protccla in eindemics. Eccomroendcd for CiUna n n cs- clalty. Satlntlcd enstomers our atnx Phone 1803. fiI6 Uth SL South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON. DECORATOR: Established 1909. years4 experience In lor and Interior Decorating. llth M. SouLV Sstlrnates Phone Farmers When In nted'of any TRACTOH Rapalrj It will ie to your Intor le bare an MncMas Fbop anO employ only (Erst clau Satisfaction In pries ft'irt Tractor Cylinders regrrviiad, But] (Uteri with tiYQr-sTzQ pistonj rlnga. NIVEN BROS. 1st Ave. S. Phons 17J2 CHIROPRACTOflS 'HYRUM SMITH ana JUNB n. SMITH methods aro Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-13 and 2-4, and by Tolntment. Room 205. Sherlock Block. Fbones 1G77 and 1441. GUNSMtTHS GUNSMITHS t barrels itralghtened, gum restock- ed, gnn work by a gmnmitb. keri miSo, locks repaired, any light fnacbtnerr repaired. Iftwn D. B. UscdonaM, Isdlu Motorcyds Agent Phono 10SS. BtrtcL opnoslte Herald offlca. WATER LOCATOR WATER can water for you. I never hnye Charges reasonable. T. U 2218 6th Avo. A, South. Phona Lctbbrldge. TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIXED One of Hie best of our irri- gated haya for HORSES Prompt shipment' In ton or car Iota. FARM PRODUCTS, 0fowera and Mhipporu Coaltlale an4 Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOA1E-PORTRAITU1E, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE, SO. LBtPllR WORK SPIClKlTv SETTER 331 s-.-si i LErHBRitJGE ,flLO CO1D a SILVER BOUGHT L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON J.M. COOMBS Oeseret Agent Association of Army and Navy Veterans 5n Canaila Lelhbildre Unit, No. 31 .Vetcrant desirous ot Johlo? (he obtpti.ssaorlatio.i. lain Inlonna'.lon end applfca'.loi forms from sccrelary L. LEIGH, p. 0 Uoi No 6 WINTER RADIATORS Why not havo-yoiir Antomo- ludlalor tta-corcd befpro the frost comes, with tho beat Honey-comb Core obtainable, Drop In and let us toil yoii about It, or ask somcono who has one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man' Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. ;