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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TCK THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 30, 1920., CONCLAVE AT COALDALE f V PROPED MUCH PROFIT AND PLEASURE TO EIGBTTBOYS The fir t Boys' conclave ef-and arranged for the decorating of Southern Alberta was "held "in1 their tables, after everybody school at Coaldale on Saturday, Nov. repaired to tKe supper room, which S7, and was attended "by about In one of.the rooms in tho base- e "and their mentors.- There rcenL all were seated for sup- ine squares from Lethbrldsa the judges came around and dc- the following names: Klu Klux Klan, icided on tho decorations, then after Daces, Meteors, Cesa Kayo a blessing liad been offered by Ucv. f oWes e Obliged, also the Cosldalo j Mr. Bosom worth, the boys fell to and Ttixis Bojs, and representatives-from did full justice'to the splendid eats Chin and Ready-JIade. The squares'supplied tha Coaldalo Tusls boys were accompanied by their meators and the Trail Hangers. Tho conclave U indebted to.the- mothers and sisters of the Cc-aldale boys for. generous assistance given which made the supuer (he success It was. Tha-soug" and yell competition came nnd-several other laon-vfco are .inter- ested in boys work.; The conclave was opened by. form- ing .the whole assembly into 'a largo square In the auditorium. After ting ing a number of songs and a short de- votfoaal session, the' following mem- bers elected Grand Mentor 3Ir A J Law, Grand Pretor, Carl Sandrjuist, Mr- Walsh proposed tha toast tho Archio Mitchell. Grand Scriptor, Ed Ji.T. pro'gramtna and was ably die. PederbOn, Grand Coroptor, Allan, answered by. tho genial secretary, Mr. .Hamilton Ptlley; toast, to -tho vUitiiig then gave report. Klu Klux Klan, first; Coaldale, secondhand the others In tho fedlowins order, Cesa Nayo Sasa, Noblesso Oblidged; Meteors and Daces even, and Chin. -Mr. PeUoy announced that the'uext conclave. is to be lii Lethbi'idge, bn Var Bond Coupons Gashed The Me'rchanta Bank cash all coupons or interest cheques vyhen due, on presentation, Vvithout rnaking any 'charge whatever ;for'the service. .If you not a-Savings why not use your Interest open one with this. Bank? Cial labor, Tho number of has grown from eight to thirteen-dur- ins the week and in comparison with practically any other city In eastern or western Canada, Letiibridge hns nothing to worry about. Heports being received in Leth- oridge are io .the circct that- In prac- tically, every large city of the Domm- j ion the unemployment iri b'e- 1 coming very serious. Superintendent Thomas Longworth has gffno to con- siderable trouble tti notify other points thnt there is no cilra work in Loth- bridge- and so men arc advised to slay aUvay from this city. L. Only twenty-four positions were fill- ed last week. They consisted of 0113 carnoriler, three hay balers, two farm laborers, eight lalwrers. one.busliman', I one mine driver, fire lirnbM- packers, I one jai! guard and teamsters. Eight men" were given casual labor. Three housekeepers and two honse- rnaids secured work and six women obtained casual work through the wo- faen'a -flepartment. ;'S membc''s of Hast the broom corn ia shipped in ,UUU1... utLI VUU. X UO UUlllUUr UL 'i Unemployed registered at the bureau I P- lhe work of-faahldnlng 1 brooms was performed" on -'the ranch: Tho income from this .industry "is .not large, tint it is somethinj and it Is belter than Idleness. Jn :fact, prac- tically everything that is .used on the ranch is grown and manufactured there. This summer iuG-wouiea oi the'colony planled .arid looked after a teu acre garden" which will supply the tables this winter. It takes a lot to feed 98 people, tut.the garden pro- duced it. Even musk melons wera grown and ripened, while cucumbers with the dill far'tho-making >f dill pickles were produced, in abundance. OF Office: Montreal. foHBRlDGE BRANCH, CALOARV STOCK VARDS BRAKCH, BrAiicJiel aito Established 1884. K. i. DINNING, M.naser. W. T. HOPKtkK, Muiitcr. v CAPTURE KARS Nov. 30.-The Armenians have captured Kara after deteatipg thn Kcmal forces, accorciing to the' Armenian newspapdrs. Tile latter lost severely owing to lack of transport nml the wmlry weather. paper says seven' thousand Turks were frozen to dc-alli. Tho new armis- tice nniler more farornblo 'conditions was Hlgnfid Kovembor al Fraction HuleT It mctt a Titlt'llot cr rffhtee tho.window conrerttnt COM luf Into iwm or sun when cold -winds drive; through? But it's the best house, for reading you haye a Perfection Oil Heater -'to- warm np .those' treacherous that _ seep through the window sashes, AW.en you try to heat the whole house by the -.turnacc, some rooms are bound to'get tot warm. Better kjijs.only a low.Bre for general warmth. That ciils the coil bill, too. Then use a Perfection Oil Heater for ccmfcrt hat.- On Fall ewnings, too, don'tVut on our Perfection Oil Heater. It" will quicljy give all the Itn hours of it for every gallon of coal ofl. There are use. Sold everywhere aMhe leading hwdinrt.''' anii departments! store, Oil Heaters THE PEiiFEcriON STOVE 'COMPANY, LIMITED OOce MJ F.ctocy _ i BW MONTREAL, OVe.? I t j <3 NAN