Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TltK I.ETHBRIDr.E DAUA HF.PAIU SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 191'J MK BY ROCK IOOISLIFE of Weddings Presentations to Mr. Can- didate For Alderman Ocr i TUJER. NOT. 1-koT. SOIli Stere Kollmr. Cuada Wesl bid his J braised and was liken jo lie toeplul be Is now l :be Jepariura Mr. Htudorson. wished him good hoped that a pruvldtnce would bring him back stain lo Tiber. Tit cup bore ihe following Inscription: "A Token [of Friendship to Thomas KOT. 1919." -Mr Henderson re- pl'id 'cellngH; s'.Ating thai be was not worthy of all ihe kind things sail of hlarsnd be had done nij iimy wlih re.n. H home here .-irain. He dab All succeal aud invited all io tod vlill him in Saskatche- wan if were anyvhree reach ot Carlvale. The meeling then brought to a close by Ihe sing- Wll- FAREWELL 10 A Social and Presentation to Man- ager at Bliiirmore Court Officers int of "AilM Svne." and threa cheeiu for ihe guests ot the evening. Savors! other KxMal functions are being held in honor ot and Mrs. Henderson. Miss McLean, mfesionary on !ur- loofh from Central India, gave an in- teresting address on ihe women oi Ird.'a to a galherinK or ledies in toe Manse on Thursday afternoon. The ____-Pksanie eventng'phc- sdJjesed a public the j meeting la Knot Church giving on ac- _ _m .L- _.li_lm.r> italiaf? nt ti-.a ,_..-in 'oat of lha local hmAer yards hcd a plans; fall apon hll foot injuring it severely aad naeoiKmUni toe ampqtalloB toe. He too is .convalescing at hospital. 'On-Friday ol tne ismt liain II. Mctihews who hid re- r'enlly to Taber to work in Iho CM ada. Wesi mine met with a serious may terminate fatally, __ri.Jl the close of his sbifl a laree piece of rock Lecaae detached Irom Oio ceilinE in which he TYBS working 2nd fell upon him break- lux'a-number ot ribs and crushing ed a number of interesting incident! :hl3 bBci badly. He was riisheJ at (that occurred In her wori count ot the religious beliefs of chlal rlasscs In India and showing their Inadequacy as compared with (be Christian's faith. Shr also relat- once to the hospital and given IreaL- mcnl, and ncsl day taken to Medicine Hal where he receive an X-ray- 'elimination to determine to extent the spine hcs been injured. Mai theirs is about 64 years oi age and has beea a miner most oT his life. This is the, first, accident he EUilalacd iu his occupation. Soine head of cattle were ship- red north from Taber on Nov. 22nd. understand ihat thcv belong lo amons the Tillages of 1u- dEa. Dnrinf tLc month of December the serrlcts in St. T'jecdorc's Church will be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Le'a- crett, ol Calgao'. irno may irYosi Our Chro BLAIRUORE. NOT. A (talterlDK TTSI held in the Muonlc Hsll on Wednesday eTenlaj the ot-'caflon being a social and presen- tation to Mr, and Mrs. J. M, who are on the ere of their departure from lo laXe up their fut- ure residence at Bolssevlln. Manitoba. Mr. who bij for several vears post filled the ucjitloa of "ma ager of tbe local branches of the Un- ion Bank of CnnaJa at DelleTiie. Hill crest. Frani; and has recslv- ed well deserved promotion In the form ol a transfer to Ino managership of the larger branch of the bank at Dolssevain. Man. His many friends from the ahovo named towns gathered together oa this occasion to show their great ap- prerlitlon of the services rendered b> Mr. Windsor both as manager of the Union Bank and ii3 a citizen and also lo show the esteem la which both himself and Mrs. Windsor flre held b> laelr many friends throughout the Irlcl. Mr. r. M. Fiakney was chairman cf tbe occ.-isiou and presented (he busi- ness and" purpose of the Gathering In a most able manner. Tho presentation which consisted of a handsome sler- llng silver act Including tea nol. sugar bowl and cream Jug. two bon bou tiro vases, in Colonial de- sign, was made by Mr. J. E. Glllls and erncon last before Plnkney at the town office ID vhlcb. Un. Vluotn- to Petronc ctarjed; Lulfl IVnartorls i cauilat a at the boot- iirlDg chop aail allf resldencfl of her husband Y. Petfout. It appeared by (he evVltnce thti Uiartorls who Is also a boot repairer br trade, went to ite thop of Hi tlaal- DCSS rival to pay a frlsndly rail but rldently Pelrone to j presence there, hence the dlslurb- ice. L. II. Putnam for Duu-- rlf. The Justice AJter all Iho evidence, dismissed toe cue ovine Iho Uck of evidence to prove that vlsltod the shop for the of causlcc a disturbance. Nomination Day Nomination for three Counsellors aod three School Trustees will tako placo the town oulco OQ Monday. December 1st, 11 o'clock. Bluet' for these ufflces will tats place on Mon-iay, December Slh. The elections arc necessary owing to the expiration of the terms of office of Messrs. Mon- talbeLll. Hosse and BarLlect from the council and Mejars. Deebe, BarlleH and McFhall from lha school trustees. 1L Recording Soerclnry, I B. Utlrd; Mis j It.' Ppanpn. UHallatlin o< the for the. oamedlbdfeVvrlll tike place on Ike Ant n-Cv'tini o! each IcxJje In Jan- Mr. manager ol tfcvWetl Canadlaa Collieries, li pmnt IrlTeUlni In Europe, ho for tils trip, daring Ibe after travelling o'Uniled States. brtck 4tore for. tbe F. M. Thompson': Co. ou Victoria Street will for occupancy about Decem- ter 16ili. idge 'E.- P., McNeil' atid Clork of Court Trenholme Dlcbson uf the District Court Mscleod registered at Iho'Cosmopolitan Hotel, on Wednes- TI19 Lodge officers-elect for Blalrmoro lodge No, 6S LO.O.R for ihe neit term are as follows: Nohle Grand. G. Ev- uns; Vice-Grand, Jaa. Crowler; Sec- retary, J. D. Warmer; Treasurer. W.' J Evans. Offlcors-elect. [or the Crow's Nest HJUT1SH PRESS IS :1N LADY ASTOR'S ELECTION LOXDOX, Kov. neirspmp- ers yesterday displayed remarkable Interest in the election to parliament or Lady Aator for Plymouth. Two reports aro current concerning who will oe her sponsor when Lady Astor Inkci the oath Monday. One rumor heard In the house ot commons is that she to have the usual honor of Introduced by former Premier BLUE WBBON Fragrant and Strong, Re- freshing, Comforting and Invigorating. Blue Ribbon Tea Try It. California trappers recclvis as high i Sals of 55 tons of imif in Xev as f20 for 'corolei, for wildcats Vort at 19 a pound hit started and f2.50 for mujkrats. la profiteering Inquiry. Encampment No. S are. Chief Pat- Ualfour, n-hllo a Plymouth report rlarch. F. Ztlll; Priest. 1. S. 'sens that Ueut.-Col. Herbert Spencer- Slephenson; Senior W. Pat- Clay .her brother-in-law, and Lord lerson; Junior Warden, Jas. Crowder; Secretary. E. L. Eckmirc; Treaiurer, J. Montalbettl. Oliccrs-elecl for the Crovvlew Re- be located here permanently. The ledleg ol El- Theodore's Church will hold their ann'yal bazaar on Dei-. Cth. in the King Gesrje Hotel After- noon tea will be served from 3 to 6 Talbot will officiate in this capacity. U. S. railroads ordinarily consume betah Lodge No. 65 are. Xoblc Grand about Ions of bilummoua Mrs. F. H, Rhodes; Ylcc-Graud, Mrs. coal n year. the Xobla Foundation Co. 'Mrs. iMatchcl, sister of Harry Hudson, lefl uu Thursday for her home near Edmonton. On Saturday night sir. Robert And- erson journeyed lo Medicine .Hat to ..meet his urother Lieut. Win.-Ander- son, who vras returning from overseas after an absence of ilye years..Lieat. "Anderson embcr, 10IL with the 3rd-C.M-R.'s and L was Ister-lranEterreii to the 19th Al- berta Dragoons "in; which he vice till the end- of -the in France earned for him ihe Military Cross. Toe Olive. to Mr Alex as -lit; nounced In Is in which.. Taber. is as-.ltl brtngOa'ck to the towi'-for i .vl'eni citizen her short .herd the nro populmrt! and- eTlicfent'.nurEniTthel-Tatef ;hofr j. ere" aure f; Long will.'F.oon inoke ft-host'or.friends and coma l.arge aEd.asef.nl j .-place irte 'of commanily. Mr. ana .Mrs. Ling a Iv lime In the house'recerilly'yricaied..by1 .Mr. later .wlll'.make their j'.-': home in the'Alcr Ca'mpbell house on Hall Avenue. f6th at 2 p.m., 4 at the Manse .Sir. Arthur liar- phyot the Cameron'Ranch and MUs I': were nQlted 'in holy wedlock by "the Rev. A. C.; -The bride-' 'grooiii was .supported.by bia brother, 3Ir. Edfa'r Mnrphy and the :bride by her sister, Mlas Gladys Hodglns. Mr. ETid Mrs. JIurpby will reside during the winter at Ibe Cameron Ranch. Hemterur. Wc.k A farewell lo Mr. and Mrs. Tboniu Henderson and family was held'In'tio Methodist Church Tuesday erenlog. -The program con- Aisled of games, songs and Impromptu Speeches, aftir which refreshments ivere served. Thla was followed by the presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Hen- .dersbn of. a fumed oak hall mlrror. :The prebentallon speeches were made hy the Rsv. Mr. Wlfgios and 'Mrs ?TeI'. .Members of the 'official hoard also Epokc. All united In eipressfng OMIT high appreciation of the worth vaiued services to the cburch ol ihe gueils o( Ihe evening and Ihe regret at Ihelr departure. Mr. i'_Rrd Sirs. Henderson then replied ortefly and -iittinEiy. The program was brought lo a close. On Wednesday evening fltty curltrs foregathered in the Oddfel- low's hall lo have one last goot! time with Tom Henderson, the Hnd glory of tht Taber Curling club. before his dcparluro for Carivale, Saskatchewan. The Meeting was call- ed lo order ty Ihe President, C'ecll MilroD, who aller a lew Introductory remarks called upon Messrs. Blllfgl-[ mler, aaklos, Jones and Tuffley, for quarlelle. These gcnilemen re- iponded wllh ''My Old Kentucky and (or an encore wllh "Until He Dawa." Colonel Porlenni was called upon for a. speech .while protesting tbat he could nol Bako B speech, never had made a. speech, n6r ever would, effectively I brought down the houao. A black; I then produced find playera' portray on it some of the and decisive Ihey had toadc and that were worthy of going In birlory, A nntnber respond- and the competition ws9 lively but ,ea palm was awarded" by Ihe chair- man.. Fted Tutfley then sung with tplrit Broom." This was followed by He Initiation of Mrs. 'Xeiioeth Jurdlne Inlo the Curling club, Mra. Bob Anderson acting" as Inter- Both questions 'and answers clever and afforded Ihe members jV.i( the clnb mach cnterlalnmcnt, Mr. jardlne wae-declarcd to have passed 114 .cianlnatlon with .iras, io lo apeak, girea toe "Kiss of .Welcome" hy the president, along ..wtth the grips, signs sr.3 passwords p.m. and a p.a. There home cooking, Mr. Ted Sundal announces his in his remarks eiccllenlly conveyed the teaiiuients of Ihose gathered togeth-1 er In their well .wishes foj- the future hannlncss and success of Mr. an-i Mrs. AVlndsor and the deep regret felt In the departure- of such long lime cold meit supper al 6, msdo reply esnressing will also be a sale of w. rei_et al den3Tttns (rom his many friends In this district and staling that he hoped llial In the future hi may re- turn to Alberta. Speeches were also made by tbe following gentlemen: Qeo. Crulck- shanks. Dr. H. A. McDonald anl F. Smith of Hlllcrest. S. J. Lamey of Bellevue and IL Green. R. D. McMil- lan, L. Dutll and J- W. Grosham ol Blalrmore. Amon: ths galherln? wera Judse E. P. .McNeil and. Mr. Trenholme DIcS- son oI.MacIeod, Alia. A jase came up on Wednesday af- Jenllon. of slandiog as z. ..candidate for the t'own" c'ouncl] 'at the. approaching election A good--man! VNeit. Station agents mnst'be supplied by the Canadian "Pacific1 RaJlway at Iho stations oi Benalto, Red _ thiijjorainicn. Board of- Rail- way Commissioners. Don't Cough at Night Don't let that irritating tickling in the throat keep you coughing most of the night. Don't let il annoy-you during day. Stop it completely witlvg! Syrupvf Jar CcJ Liverffil Coinpouiid Draggiiis It breaks up the cold heals the inflamed membranes of Ihe throat; relieves, soothes, cures. It's tionJeiful how modi better ena a ten will make you fceL Verf plcauol to Uie Men children like iL Keep bolllc alwayl in Ihe tonic. None genuine except ia Red Pacluf e bearing Ihe IT Nifionil Dnf aW CWaicil Comjoxj of Candt, LiwteJ C OLANDER PHONE. 1223 THIRTEENTH STREET N. GENERAL HARDWARE t..- is: a lovely winter jbitit jt ii sure hard oil and the old :X: -.We still have a-good of the'following Feltal, per lineal yard Floor Oilcloth, per lineal Printed Linoleum, per lineal Inlaid Linoleum, per lineal Rugs, 9x12, at JZO.OO Linoleum Rugt, 9x12, DONT FORGET YOUR COUPONS IM i 'This Biasing Shows a Ust4of the Men Who, Served Overseas Now I; Established in Business in the City J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish- 1 326 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 14S1 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER ij Farm and City Salts 327 nih STREET SOUTH PHONE 1692 The Management of Your Real Estate TVby not relieve yourself otjtie Lrbublo of colIcctlnR rents, maVilDK rcpairE, and securing acy ap- pointing as' your agcnti W. M. Harris Agency (Succc'jior to J. H. Skelrh) INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS, RENTALS Phone 1343 Ground Floor, Sherlock Hook T. ROTHWELL vyiTK. ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO. T. MILES) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGC. ALTA. PHONE 1717 TRIPS A SPECIALTY Gobelle's Motor Delivery 1 Service Draying, Coal Orderj and Removals PHONE 1W 712 THIHD AVE. SOUTH C. SELLENS Builder, Gjntractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES FREE PHONE thereto. Supper then nfter which briet speeches it hy Mctars. Sundal. Wiggins, ta, Jardme, Franklen and HENDERSON GARAGE COHNER'Oh. AVE, Cth ST. PHONU S68 STORAGE GARAGE FIRE PROOF AND WELL HEATED ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN WITH E; CHAPLIN SONS BCTDE "ctreided by Ui. KCilItLrlUinU sedional Work. Broken B-arJi and Rlni Cuts Our Speclaltlei, We guaranlee 3.11 our to give lalltfictlon. Qlve Ui a trial, 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1664 CUSHIONS UPHOLSTERED, TRUCK BODIES iUILT Lethbridge Auto Top Depot G. T. BLUNT, Proprietor Anto Tops, Seat Covers, Storm CnrUini and Radiator Covert, Manufactured and Repaired. 321 SIXTH STREET 8, LETHBHIDQE, ALTA. NEXT DOOR TO HERALD W. PERKINS WITH HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 405 Fifth Street South, City VETERANS' TRANSFER (QEO. GREGORY, LIGHT HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 1st Ave. North Lethbridge. Phone 646 Cleaning, Repairing, Prettlng, Temporary Phone 733, ROBERT SINTON LADIE3' AND MEN'S TAILOR SUITS PRESSED, 75 CENTS CALLF.O FOR AND DELIVERED. ALTERATIONS AND REMODELLINO. 815 THIRD AVE, S., LETHBRIDGE.