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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IJPVEMBER 30, 1920 THE DAILY HER '-.L PAGB ELEVEN "Sotareties" Show Hubbies Their "Place In ike Sun" g 038 ip as possible and uhould bo able to dispense it la as short a period as possible. Only Busybcdles Only fausybodles were accepted aB members and one of the Junctions of the.club'was to develop better rulera i.. In tho honies. To encourage this C-ach While quietly Tten Rotarlan' new member was presented with u to improve the hla wife's rolling pia. club at the club's called whom lie thought! Several classifications were an- ulijht jad Vfdej peacefully Unjndtng lh; sbUtlreu' jirs. j. Ritchie Patterson '.ho club was explodciVplfortijrf before! or darnlog hui The tolce that represented tha belter babies' classi- oight o'clock. happened} answered wai noithat of his nor acatlon. Mrs. Gibbous the jock mend- that has never hapnerjed- to thli In any was. the person who ef8j jjr8. Quy jjy nursery. lie- Club or to any otfiejr..ln tie west! answered the In the right were submitted to the effect that The Hotarlaus out of their call the Frank Waddinelou haj a new song eu- and In a handwi manner J was the tlriforaer of the chair, mied "What li and Roy David- IS 111 HELD R. A. Smith, Barrister, Will Stand For School Trustee- Rev. Mr, Ripper Consents With the drawing near ot nomlna- the meeting was tafcea ..tbarge of In -Jumped to.his to become the-pool Jester day. which will be Monday next, a number ot feat talee persou ad- wniie Arthur Baalim desires eleventh-hour Interest is being Without warning Jnoie'than one doz-, dressed was no relation of bis and ho 0{ peace job for ihe Into tho echool board elec- en ot the That cost him C0urt. jtlon, and candidates appsar to bo through the main entrance to the _., _rocejn_j was Interruoted by cropping up every, day. Tho latest quet room in the Y. M. C. A. M" "to'S uut now to .announce himself Is Mr. U. A. Hotarlans bid not pushed their chairs announced ,hat atlj. I jaug6ulng Rotarlans joined and wheu. SmUh, the lawyer, who Is definitely back from the'table and In their interrupting the procedure of the Cod Save the King was sung the Flo- prlBe they stood up _ President Sam would be fined. Name after larlins w.cre told they bad to be good was eipelled fjoin Usplace ;namo wi. got uu-'boys, and go along with their head ot the table and the other few itl wa Rotarlane were conrals- lore." They were i i ha.d to get C-U the way.. I The Rov. Stanley Hipper, rector of "suber- Mary'a, North has ,i definitely made up his mind lo stand, DISMISSED ACTION The case of-Clark vs Smith and Over, tho action for dam- ages for. persons! Injury over a runaway horse, came to t conclusion at the Supremo Court on .Monday afternoon, with Mr. Justice Walsh dis- missing the claim without costs. something about the man. They wen wasp bile. Before prepared to give funeral but now arrangements are waiting wont the from the dead man's The J body at Fettkrly'e. VI COMES ON DEATH BCO APENZELU Switzerland, Nov. up to the present time not niado to change my collar and my suit. 1 told announcement her i did not have time but she Insist- ed tliat I could not go among a bunch of businessmen dressed like that. So I changed and-she told me to como home right after the meeting as'aha intended to have c oulet night at home, She sure nut It over me." So at midnight the Rotarians went homo well .pleased. Dnrlng the meeting preceding the RUSSIA GETS DETAILS OF BRITISH TRADE PLAN PARIS, Kov. by Great Britain' as a basis for the Anglo- Russian commercial- Ireaty which have beon approved .by the Br'tish cabinet were ha'nded-to Loonld Ki-a.4- Bolshevik mission in London last night, ys a dispatch to tho Journal.' "BAYER" ARE ASPIRING Not Aspirin at Ail without ihe "Bayer Cross" a coMmencement-o the fireworks It was- reported that thlB month the Leth- bridge Club had rnkdo an attendance record ot 95.39. A letter was read from the Traveller's Aid thanking'tbe club for the donation of'JISO and a discussion proceeded concerning -a Christmas treQ tills year. ;A'commit- tee' was appointed to go Into tbe mat- ter.1 Tho' athletic 'committee, -was ad- vised to give a report on the chances ot organizing a curling club to de- feat Medicine'Hat.' Bob Qrcig was initiated and an- nouncement was made that B. B. Hoyt was elc.ted as' a new member and would be in attendance'at tbe next meeting. identifies tbe nlv gcriume lAapinir, prescribed by an s (ot ovmorri> now made in Canada an unbroken conlaina proper tjirections Hradacho, Ttibthachc, Eariclif, Neu- ralgia Lnmbrfeo, Veuri tia, Joint Paiip, nnd Pain generally Tin ot 12 lablcts cos{ but a few cent a larger'Bayer1'packages There 1i only uy "Bayer" Ajplrln fi Ibo trailo mark In Canada) ot Bayer of Jitono acetic cldcllcr cf "While It 1l ircll Aeplrlp B ,a manUfaclurf, lo BMlrt lha pnhllc Against Ihe Tablets of Hiycr Company wiltlw xtuapcd wUh Uitlr ccneiol trAde tbti ''liiy.cr Crosi: yearli and Always %ff i... _. of F Last Year's Exhibits Will Be Considerably Surpassed -at Next Week's Affair I.ethbrldgo promises to liaye the biggest poultry show 6f its iiisto'ry tfiis year. The entries for the show clo.se tomorrow and entries" have haen re- ceived from Calgary, Brandon, Modse Jaw, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancou- ver and Medicine HaL During the past Ihe .average number of birds ran jabout. to and.lhts year this I figure will be fur passed.' The list Is a long one and one Ube Ipiial show can be.proud of. The exhlbiUon will open in the poultry building at the fair grounds on Dec THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S. BEST FLOUR DEALER'CAM GET IT FOR YOU v 6lh and will continue until the Hth Tho Judges 'will bo J. H. Weslljr'ook 'Jos. Shachleton of Edmonton, and Kmmerson of Lethbriugc. The following are the cups nnd niedols: Cups R. A. Wris'nt Cup, best Whit 1 Wyandottes, to: be won three years. Board of Trade Cup, best male in sbow, confined to fowl, 'to bo won 1 three years. i Standard Dank Cup, best display o Rhode Island Reds, single comb, ba won. lliree years. pr, Gallivan Cup, best female i show, to be won throe years, c fined to fowl. Bob O'Hagan Cup, ben .cockerel' aiid piillot, Columbian Wyan be.Tvoil three; times. Westbrook Bros. Ci'C, bost ilispla; 'Anconas, lo bo won lliree limes. i Bank ot Montreal Cup, host clispla; of R. C. Ilbode Island Reds, to b won -.three years. I Fat Burns' Clip, best display exblb llori Barred Hocks, lo be won thro years. Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce Bllver engraved medal, best display o Orpingtons, C. Koblnson Spcclnl, best display o WestbrooV Medal, beat colore Columbian Wyandolte. that ths dead man U Charles Sraout, farm laborer, 35 years of age, no relatives in this country. He has Eoma friends living west ot Calgary. -Sinout was brought into Gall hos- pital Monday afternoon from Mngrath by a 'man named Christenson and he died the same night. It has boon learned that Smout la a Baptlsl by religion, Officers of the G.W.y.A. thlSjinorn- Ing were busy endeavoring to .mi find out J. D. Hlalnbotham.a. Co., Lta. DrugnlsU. Arrowroot Biscuit pure and .healthful. A SHORT CUT TO HEALTH AND THE LEAST EXPENSIVE With but the yaot "Olf-clubs. hike away to VANCOUVER ISLAND Every couiiori ocst ol society salubrious atmosphere avail you with fresh scenic beauties for 'every day reached by ncrfect roads. A tea gaiadise fot Ihe motorist ----Excellent golf C.P.R. takes you there throneh BOO miles of magnificent panorama the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Luxurious sleepers. Observation Cars. OH, writs or shorn fra of CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Drink It-It s Apple Nectar OKLA-APPLO Brewed from fresh ripe apples. PURE, SWEET, SPARKLING AND REFRESHING Sold at all fountains in the district or delivered to your home hi the city. MADE OY HrrlBRlDGEBREWERlES.LTD. WE MAKE THE HIGHEST OOALITY OF SOFT DRINKS IN THE MATTER OF A. C. VANDERWILT .TRADING AS "THE MONARCH TRADING ASSIGNED FRANK WADDINGTON If favored with from THE CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, AUTHORIZED TRUSTEE, sell by public auction and without reserve the STOCK IN TRADE of the abova named ASSIGNEE. THE SALE TO TAKE PLACE ON THE STORE PREMISES MONARCH, ALBERTA ON FRIDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 3rd and continuing on Saturday next; December 4th, and commencing each day at 11 o'clock a.m. The stock includes a complete line of AND A CONSIDERABLE STOCK OP HARDWARE, PAINTS, ETC. Also a small stock of DRY GOODS and OVER- ALLS, BOOTS and SHOES, MITTS, RUBBERS, and a small line of DRUGS and SUNDRIES. FARMERS anil the public generally oMhe dlttrkt will find In this auction an excellent Chinee to detest the H, C. ef L'antJ should take ih< opportunity thut affortted thtm of stocklna up on GROCERIES and other fioodc at auction It will pay you to travel miles to attend this Important sale as BIG BARGAINS will be order of the AUCTIONEER'S went to see a big attendance at this (ate as t recommended holding tho auction at Mohlrch In order