Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT 'THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HEKALD_ FRIDAY, APRIL THE HERALD'S DAILY PAGE OF LIVE DISTRICT JVEWS Magrath Scouts Boast of Woman Scout Master Only One in MM. Stuttaford, Another Macleod Old-timer, Is Dead; in 1887 BRICK VENEEU BLOCK WILL BE ERECTED BY TWO BLACKIE FIRMS (From Our Own Correspondent.) BL-U'KIIC, Mar. Tho Illackio (From Osr Own Correspondent) MaclecS-dieTat'tno Hard- March 31 1921. Mrs. 1 ware Co. have opened stores In tern- istTuVord waf'born in lrcan.1, 71! j porarv quarters for the time being, veirs am and ramo 'o "ttinva when j understand two anticipate youngs her .surviving oonstnu'tins brick vemvred block husband, moved West in the carl_y tusethcr.___________ ments Being Made for Field Day, Raymond, July 13 ler "w. INDUCT COLEMAN Police, ho took up a homestead north of the river, some ten miles, am! the 4------------ past ten years have been spent hap- (From Our Own Correspondent) j On the farm. She was a MAGRATH, MBrch very in- of the Church of England. RECTOR ON SUNDAY (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEM-VX March i to be In St. At.] Work On AH Red Route At Creston FARM WORK, MAGRATH DISTRICT, IS HELD UP BY RECENT SNOWFALL (From Ol'.r Own Correspondent) OPEN FORD GARAGE AT MACLEOD SHORTLY Getting Transcontinental Shape for Heavy Tourist Traffic Expected itimifiAm, iiiwit-ti jncmuer UL me ui leresting program was given on Tues-( from ,.hero the funeral will be held j Hayes of Calgary S.y night in the Assembly hall by the Aprtl Jst. 1Kl. she leaves ban church on sundo; evening and Young Men's and Young Ladies' MH-; tllree daughters, who are married, j will induct the ie% V W a into lual Improvement Associations. The gh plollcc.r who told many the charge of oleman and B.alimore, event marked the close of the work of ,10r days in tho West. On the momiay oyomng n. congrega- of the young men's department for the b she nover complained, she always tional reception will be held to ofhcii-i- _. H- tltmr nastOr. compete in signaling and other Keout activities. He also referred to the fact that the Magrath Boy Scouts had the only woman scout master in the province. Mrs. L. Alston is the Bcout mastei, and she certainly de- serves a great deal of credit for the very efficient work she is doing with the Scouts. Following Mr. Ririe Miss Rose Ben- nett gave a reading. Ellis Heninger delivered the speech of the evening. "The Message of followed by a duet by Mrs. Mary B. Fletcher and Mrs. Irene Reading, Miss Mil- fired Matkln. The program was con- cluded by a short speech from Pres. llirie, appreciated the good work which had been accomplished by the various classes during the winter, and hoped that the boys would not remain Inactive during the summer. After the program the benches were cleared from the hall and games were playe-J for an hour, and then dancing until midnight. LOCAL TRAIN IS OFF (From Our Own Correspondent) CRAXBROOK. Mar. local K. A. STUDENTS WlLL ISSUE A YEAR BOOK oung men s department lui tutt sjie nevet- complained, sue season. Pres, M. Elmer Ririe of tho ..ghe came her husband to ly welcome their new pastor. y.M.M.I.A., presided. A good crowd a holn0- ;md I'll make the best j was present, almost every seat in the wnat comes." ball being occupied. Pres. Itirle announced that a "fleiil flay" for the athletic activities and the CRANBROOK SORR1 Boy Scout work would he held in Ray- j mond on July 13th. This day would; "bt for all the associations In the Tay- j lor Stake, to. compete in the various athletic events, and the Boy Scouts (From Our Own Correspondent.) RAYMOND, Mar. faculty and students of the K. A. are putting out a year book for 1921. It is to be dedicated to II. S. Allen. The finan- cing committee consists of R. Dahl. train between Cranbrook and Crow's cing committee consists OL K. i., n. Nest is to be taken oS at the end of, J. L Allen and Larson editorial the month owing to lack of business. staff. M. T. Pouelson, P. and While this does not affect Cranbrook eavcr. a great deal so far as business is I IXT concerned, the train was a great con- SPECIAL SERVICES IN BOW ISLAND CHURCH vemence to commercial men others. Freight movement with the C.P.R. is understood to be pretty light at the present time and a good many men (From Oar Own Correspondent.! BOW ISLAND, March There time now. Passenger were three services in All Saints or- me now. assenger traffic is understood to be keeping church tod.iy, the resident clergyman up pretty well on the regular trains, 1 of Taber, Rev. Mr. Leacroft, oihciat- BANK STAFF CHANGE In the morning the sacrament of holy communion was administered. In rr vfTMivat. IS MADE AT RAYMOND !the afternoon the sacrament of bap- _____ j tism was given to Mr. and Mrs. B, (From Our Own Correspondent.1 i Duffy's wee daughter, and to Mr. and RAYMOND, Mar. C. Me-j Mrs. A. Hobson's Infant daughter. Intyre of the Standard Bank has; while in the evening service was bee'n transferred to Lamont, Alberta, again held (From Own Col-respondent) CBESTOif, B. C., Mar. last bit of new construction work ou the transcontinental highway is now un- der way at Sirdar, where operations were halted hist fall to the land owners refusing to sell the needed road allowance at a reasonable figure. During the winter the differences :n this connection were adjusted, and (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLKOD. Mar. big Ford (Virtue's) Ravage, which has been MAGRATH, March 3l.-Tho recent, fa., of snow again delayed furminB o Apn' 1 In operations for a week 01 so. but Urn h imiilemcnts [farmers are rejoiemg in the act tl t ,'to such storms are just the thing need-, n.miinir- -ind -i itenenl ed to put the ground in shape for a M r upu n jnJ a crop. About four inches of the beau- tiful fell on Monday night. MANYBERRIES MAN INVENTS GOPHER TRAP (From Our Own Correspondent) MANYBERRIES, Mai. SAFE SAVED BOOKS OF BLACKIE HARDWARE CO. Gulman has secured a gopher trap. It is Sous, and yet simple. (From Our Own Correspondent) IILACKIK, Mar. safe of i the Itlacltie Hardware Co.. which was nn'.t'safe w.'ia in tile smouldering ruins for operations have accordingly been re- hous. and yet simple. CO itny.inte, am n hours, the contents sumed. Assurance is given that con-1 it certainly does get the gopheis it jn vm, The stniction work on the wharf at Kns-lall reports arc right We understand ,s of s kanook will be under way in a few I he has refused for it. o acf.ounls .lnd re. .lays and just now it would look as if j Medicine Hat capitalists arc the m- damaged. tourist traffic to the coast via the all- Canadian route would be available by at least the end of June. The provin- cial public works department has plans laid to do considerable repair work at points along the transcontinental highway, particularly between this town and Kitchener and also west of Yank, which are really the worst sec- tions of the highway at present. Tho estimates also provide a matter of for the continuation of the laying down of a permanent highway east of town, a section of which was constructed last year at a cost of about a mile. terested parties. FARMERS GETTING MOOSE LODGE WILL BE INSTITUTED AT TABER NEXT WEEK This appointment pleased Mr. Mela- tyre as he will be nearer Edmonton, his home town. Genuine Moneyi Worth in your hat if even more important today than when prices were rocket- ing skyward. Stetson Quality, Stetson Distinction in Style, Stetson Solid Value is the same sound investment that it has been for fifty-five years. Ask your hatter what he recommends. Stetson Style Stetson Quality Stetson Money's Worth Tbe nine today 29 for 55 yean assured by the Stetson Sjuality Mark in Every Hat V John B. Stetsoti Company Philadelphia The Anglicans are hoping to be ahle to have service in their church in tfce future at least once a month. EASTER SERVICES IN GRANUM CHURCH (From Our Own Correspoiident.) TABER, Mar. L. R. Jones, of Mooseheart. 111., and Deputy Mr-Lend, of Hegiria, are staying at the Palace, while In town in connection with the installation ceremonies of I the local Order of the Moose, to be I held in the O.W.V.A. hall on Wednes- (From Our Own CorrpKnonflent) GRANUM, Mar. special Easter services of last Sunday in the Granum Presbyterian church were very largely attended, especially at the morning service, when additional seating accommodation had to be se- cured. The service was in keeping with the day, and after tho devotion- al exercises, members of the Sunday School carried on the program, which consisted of recitations, u solo by Mrs. Tilden, and Easter choruses. The motion song, "Easter Blossoms" by the "Sunbeam" girls all dressed in while and carrying flowers an appealing message, was much en.joyerl by all, as were the numbers contributed by the other members 01' the school. During the service the infant daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Henker Of Blnirmore, was fro'm Lethbridge ON LAND AT TABER were scarcely damaged. FAIR MOISTORE IN MACLEOD DISTRICT Cardston Plans Wetkly Holiday Wednesday Afternoon Will tw Observed as Half-Holiday i After May 1 (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, March a ins 'he Kulail Merchants' assncia tioii of Cardston, J.he secretary was in- structed to semi notice to all outtiUle points that Wednesday afternoon o! each week, after May 1st, would be i weekly half-holiday, and all store? will be cloyed that afternoon. All farmers and ranchers from outside points would do well to take note ol this decision, as much inconvenience is often canned them by not knowing that Wednesday afternoon is a Cards ton half-holiday. (From Our Own Correspondent.) I fFrnm Our Owa CorreSDnnflent) tueui.i i MACLEOD. Mar. snow farmers, storm of Saturday, and that of Mon- e on the'day night this wqek which was a TABER, Mar. wherever possible, are getting on me; tl land, and men are going out. on en- Jcavy fall .melted gradually and lias for the season. Machinery i boon absorbed by tho soil, making the sales are rising in consequence, and latter in good shape for working. Sev the locaj implement men report fur-ScraI Already started the ploughs ther considerable sales. The recent; tlie land. Some men from the l stated that when digging post light showers were followed by snow, W was slow in going, but tho tue ground was wet twelve SIX MONTHS' TERM IN JAIL FOR BREAKING INTO HOTEL AT FERNIE bright weather of the past'few days illches dcnvn- Every one has dried off the surface somewhat, for the blS m though lowlands are still unlit for the plow. v (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, Mar. 31. His Honol Judge Thomson of the Kooteuaj county court now in session here sentenced Wm. Bailey, who pleaded guilty to a charge of breaking into the Napanee hotel, to serve six month: in jail at Nelson. A young man named Hornhy was found guilty of assault at Caithness COALDALE HEREFORDS WILL bK r'EATUSE AT CALGARY BULL SALE looking j some time ago and J dollars and costs. was fined tflft3 (From .Our Own Correspondent.) COALDALE. March 31.-KI. McD. Davidson is shipping twelve bulls to about fifty members from the city are expected here. At the Hat, according to Mr. Jones. Mayor Huckvale. Col. Spencer, and a number of prominent residents, have become members. A trunkful of equipment arrived today for the supervisor from the Illinois centre of the order. TABER TOWN COUNCIL DISPLEASED WITH'ACTION OF CHINESE MERCHANT (Prom Our Chvn Correspondent} ______, Mar. councils, though generally very useful institu tions. sometimes get comical ideas According to the minutes of a recent meeting, a remarkable order was is- sued. A prominent.Chinese merchant, owing to the heavy mud and water accumulating in the gutters on Doug- las Are., placed a narrow platform about double the thickness of a storm- door from the sidewalk to the same the Calgary bull sale. They are very fine purebred Herefords. Two of them especially, of the Dare strain, are re- markably fine animals. At the re- ceut show in Brandon the bull pre- sented, when a calf, to the University of Alberta by Mr. Davidson; took sev- enth place. Mr. Davidson's Good Luck ranch also produces first timothy The entire timothy seed crap was recently disposed pi at a good price considering present conditions. Over one-fifth of the timothy seed produced in Alberta last year was grown ou the Good Luck ranch. The govern- ment tests accorded first place in ger- mination and purity to this seed. Only Ibs. tested as high as this, and 1US. LCSliru an uigu iuia( dim that amount Ibs., the entire ideas, season's crop, was grown at the Good Luck ranch. ____ on the roadway opposite the jjuin iii-Jii--, gate where his freight has been nn- At the close diplomas, seals and t loaded for years according to custom, book prizes to the number of S3 wore j The boards were sunk so as not to in- awarded for the memorizing of scrip- j terferc with traffic, and in fact pro- ture. a number of the pupils having j vided firmer bottom for a vehicle, the completed tho regular course of GOiM gutter lining much below the level of verses and seriired the coveted red j tiie sidewalk, and the water having Miss Huriiiss Stuart as organ- i frofi passage. This was done, unasked, ist, and Mr. Ximmons with the violin j as a favor to local draymen, and was provided most acceptable music for appreciated. The reason for the order the occasion. The offering amounted to A audience nttpmled the ev'.-nmp service, a number of vis- i itnrs si-cnrlins Uu> holiday season iven in the report of the meeting, was that the "culvert" had been laid without and no rneutiofl appears ol' who proposed this, or on what At the same time planks vvoro laid across the Main St. STETSON Sole Canadian C. Harvey, Toronto suiter, which were laid, we believe, Better Farming Lecture AT THE Magrath Motors Tuesday Evening, April 5, at 8 o'clock of tho PROF. BLACXSTOCK 'ennillion Agricultural Schrol. Subject: "How to Farm illustrated with motion pictures. MR. D. E. McGINNIS of Ford, Out., will give a short talk on "The Mechanical Details of a illustrated with motion pictures. ADMISSION FREE LADIES WELCOME BAND IN ATTENDANCE. .o. iimmiummimimm o MACDONALD PRINCE of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO t Canada's atandanj since 1858 tiiuiiumiiimmiiii a! VVu hold no brief for Jo for fair play. HEAD OF JESUIT ORDER IN CANADA PAYS A SHORT VISIT TO TABER (From Our Correspondent) TADKH, Mar. Father .T.M. Filiou, Superior nf the Jesuit Order in Canada, and resident in Montreal, stopped off Tuesday evening at Ta- ber. for a few hor.rs' visit with Don Malo of the Ma'o-Mahon Lumber Co., on his way from Kdmonton, while on bis annual tour of the West. The Superior is man of high attainments and one of the v.led scholars of the R. C. Church in :mada. in conversa- tion ho has a [iVasant and affable manner, both French and fluently, and being exception- ally furtun.-tti; in his choice of wonis in description. Children have a mark- ed attraction for fiim, and tHoir ap- pearance while h. is engaged in con- versatlnn. is almost certain to briiig a iiaiisn for a word with them. While the, war was on, !m spent five years in England and France, where ho served as a for a time. As bead of llir- .Ic-ttit Order in Canada, hi' lias bi'di coliI'm-lllE with riiomliors of tho lirothi'i-h.....1 while louring Hie West, but had liitln to say for pub- lication rcnardinit the plans of tho chiirch in (his coiinlry. llov. Father I'iiion loft on tho night train for Ke- Kin.-i, when- In- will consult with others of lln- ordiT regarding Hie erection of tin' .Icsufi College to at tho Saskatchewan .Many I'ari.iriiiira nre wearing 111 hair sllcld'd Mraiglit back and IwiHt- inir it info a tiny chignon ui tho Imuk of I ho Start IMA your LETHBRIDGE BATTERY MAINTENANCE 811 4th Avc. S., Lethbridge. PHONE 1483.