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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL LETHBmnGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Nl Concert and Dance Very Muck Returning Home the' fanners are anxlout to try their luck again da the land. We adioiic their pluck, and them every success. Mr.'McKay'of the Union Bant staff, who baa been away spending Easier holidays on Tues-; day's train. AmonK the arrivals on Tuesday's! train we noticed ?Ir. Cleo Morris, who has been spending the winter months j Our Own UT21KOM. April H. Foster, Jhe government seed man was in town lilies, a pleasing Saturday and Monday which brought Easter season. town both days. Miss I.' Richardson arrived to clerk'Cor Mr. Paul In his store, while Mr. Krwin Is on his farm for a month this spring. Mr. W. Brown lost a valuable horae last Saturday this Is quite a loss to hlrii at this time of the year. The social literary club brought their .meetings to a close for this sea con last Wednesday night by a public concent. and dance and despite the stbrniy weather, a large crowd turned out. iA, good program -Mr. Sargent, President of the club, tak- ing the chair In bis usual.genial man- ne.r. '.Addresses were given by Messrs Sargent, and Paul referring to the his the club and expressing the wish ihat' these "meetings so much ,cnjoyed during the winter eveninga cpast might be continued next fall and. readings were also given. mclitlon should be made of the last number on tho program, a male quartette 'given by 'Mr. Sargent, Mr. McKenzie, .Mr. McKa'y and Mr. G. 'jinvin, which brought forth peals of 'laugliter from all. An excellent lunch by the ladles nnd was no less ..enjoyed than the program, after !Vhich dancing was Indulged in by young and old, and all pronounced it the tjest'-tline ever.' 'Easter services held iu tbe hall Sunday afternoon, quite a number present.' Mr. Sargent conduct- ed the services, Mr. Brown gave a also -Mrs. Sargent. Tho choir {vim. Autfi aid cliiiui'wu last Friday's (rain from Lelhbrldge, where they have -been -spending the past Iwo'montha, and with Mr. Ausk who met them here, proceeded later to the Wallace ranch near Milk Klver.i Our popular snerchant H.-MacKen- zle bu in bis window a beautiful dis- play of-potted plants Including Easter reminder of the Council Purchase Church Entertainment Was Much Appreciated i i (From Our Own HETLAYV. April church entertainment entitled Susan's given lui week by local talent in Jhe'Uhitcil'Church 5was voted a great success by all attended. The proceeds, 'would have been much greater bad It: riot been for the very bad condition of the roads. They have been asked :by many to repeat It In Retlaw and they, purpose to give In Enchant and Trayers after seed- The sympathy of Rellaw goes out to Mr. George Hewitt and family on acount of the death, of- Mrs. Hawitt In Lethbridge hospital the 21st ultimo.. We arc sorry to learn that Mr. kenzlo who camo herea few weeks' ago lo clerk in. the 'Canadian Bank of Foreign Trade More and nxx'e op-: portunities are opening up for the interchange' of' commojbies be- tween Canada foreign countries. have excellent facin'tiei] i for serving Canadian manufacturers and ex-' portert in thil ..matter through our extensive; system of-branches in'., NewfpundlirKi. Jamaica, Porto United .and banking tHrougKout the world.1; THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Jroughf im Ammunition Under Times Wcasdtd Capital ReKrve d W. D. KING Uuwtr Briick was fine and were assisted by Mrs. Riir on the and Mr. Me- lienzie on the violin. Sir. Strectlielu, (he A.P.P. from Foremost was for a few days this week. -Mr. and Mrs. Patching and family and Mrs. Watson returned homo from i Vancouver yeste'rday. Mr. and Mrs. Southern also return- ed boms'yesterday. Mr. C. Slorrls arrived home yester- day for a month or more. Mr. Bud, Darcy i'eUirned home yes- terday for the busy spring. Spring is very backward here, like every place else, but wcr'c all hoping Its Cor the best., Miss Phyllis Payne of bethbridge lias been spending the Boater holidays -Tflth her sister Sirs. W. Henry of our lown. They are leaving on Wednes- day's train for Letlibridgc having'.been called Fthere by the illness of a rela- -.tive.--- Mr. and Mrs. Joo Nowak who have been residing in I.ethbridge this win- ter, arrived In Etzlkom last week, and after spending a few days here, pro- ceeded lo. tbeir home in the country. The weather of late has been very cold nnd stormy! ibus making travel- ling very disagreeable to and from the country. 'Miss Ed'.vnrds who has beeii spend- Commorce Is leaving in a few days and -Mr. Mahood is taking his place. The village "council have a new Waterous fire engine which will give better 'fire protection'in the town. There are feet of hose and two comprises sixteen members, Mr. Mcljaggen is fire chief and Mr. S. Alexander, assistant chleC. Mr. How- ird Thivles IB chief engineer." family are recovering; flvai the, 'fU The Hullt family to their farm near Uroton after spend ing the winter near Brooks, Alta. B. S. Walker has moved to bla own farm after spendlnf. ft winter at Hullt's place. Mr. Oscar -Wallman has Just bought; a team from the Dixou brothers. Weather .is Stormy Family Stricken-lWith ?Flu Are Well Again. frozen and everything is at a stand- still. Lulgl Cmslellarln has quit the dray business has rented Billy Burcn's farm expecting to put in a heavy crop M; J.'Coll.lne and Oracle visit- ed Medicine Hit April 6th on a shop- ping trip. Local market, eggs, Ki. butter, 55e. Jhe U.P.W.A. dance Easter Monday signal success many forfeits impoiea on those not decked out in'h.ardrtliqe fasblon. The -Ladles' Aid are having a re- hearsal and expect to be ready before of erecting houses for the people at I many days to perform a drama. All i minimum cost, taken players are home talent and doing j at a conference of the building excellent work. The date will be an-1 council aud the board oC control. nounced later. All farmers are busy.' these days talking gophers Is to be hoped that farmer will turn out aud poison the pest year. TORONTO HOUSING'EXPERIMENT citj is to supply the land and la! and the building trades the It Is understood that no profit IB ba made from the construction of tn9Ve of VUmp, always ready iveek." ..Hiss EL.J.-.Aflison, teacher of Palr- spending her. Easter vacation in Calgary with her-narents. Calder of Seven Persons was Tislting her daughter this -veek att the home of Mrs. Jas. Laraen. Verna Castle, 'Alice Brown, Dorothy Demlson are homo for Easter vaca- tloh: returning to school April 12. Many farmers were ready to start work when the last enow came which layed them. The ground is etill (From Our GFIOTON, April weatber lias been quite' stormy and cold late- ly which is very' hard. on the stock. But we are. hoping It will change soon. ;Mr. Joe Miskellne made a trip to Milk River in his car recently. He ing the past few weeks with 'her bro- took a few of the neighbors down on .having business, his illness, Is' ther, B. Edwards -at been called there by leaving on. Wednesday's train for her home in Edmonton. Wo are pleased to statp'tbat Mr. Edwards is slowly improving. i Mr. Charles Rails and family, who havu been spending tbo winter months at Vaklniahe fruit crop to a great extent. Ready to Meet Ail Comersi-Of-. ficers For Season Elected Mr. Dave Smith's brother from Washington is. going to spend the summer in" Sunny Southern Alberta. He wants to see a bumper'crop for once in. his life. The Sonosksfy boys arrived home last week to prepare for spring work. Mr. Dock Peterson came out homestead to farm. He will make a big trip to New .York next year. Mr! was a Grotoa visitor iast ,weok on Mr. Ernest E. Greniip has returned Mrs. Alex. Tnrriff of our town Is j home from Washiriglpn where he confined to her home with a severe at- [spent tbe winter. .We are all glad to tack of itonsilltls. Her many friends' wish her a speedy recovery. Every train now brings back to us sne Bmest. back, with us again. -Miss Laura Smith left last day. for Skiff, whore she intend n number of our friends and neigli-! spending the summer, bors who left us last fall. Many of We are glad to hear that the Wing Same Price Before The War and the same, pure, wholesome beverage so matvy liave eTvjoyea. for jyears. INSTANT POSTUM has a pleasing coffee like flavor but is more econoinical than coffee and has the added Value of absolute freedonvfrom caffeine or other harm- ful ingredients. "There's a Reason" Made ty Canadian Postum Cereal Co. Lid.Windsor, Ont. Our Own. ENCHANT, April recent heavy snow storms have held pp spring But all the are ready to start work at the firaV op- portunity. Mr. Glendenriinf, government, seed agent for this territory, was here last week. He was met by a large delega- tion of farmers, to whom he distribut- ed seed and feed relief for Unfortunately. Mr. Glendennlng fell sick and had to be replaced 1 man from Edmonton. L tMiss M. Freeberger has recently re- turned to her home in Enchant, having resigned her position on the staff' of the Barons Consolidated school] owing to ill health, r. and .Mrs. 0. K. Nelson have jus! returned from their recent visit, to the. States where they report having had a good trip. The stork visited the home of Mr and Airs. C. J. Goughnour, and present ed them with a fine baby girl.' The first meeting of the Enchanl baseball club, took place on Saturday evening, April 3rd, when nearly a score of baseball fans were present The officers for the reason were elected as follows President, Collier; Vice-president. C. Secretary, Mr. D., C. Towers.1 Al were confident that Enchant bail team will be capable of meeting all comers Byron Hegland we are sorry to: say Is still very sick. But is expectet that he will bo on his feet In a shor time. Mr. Arkansas Banks blew into town on the last train and will bo with u gain this season. Ml. H. D. Cbartoe recently return i tram Mt winter stay on his frul farm In California, U.S. He brough back fruit which Is on exhibition a Mr. Win. Martfn's general store. Mr. J. R. McCarmas, Imperial 0 Co. agent reports good business i oil and gas, AMOUNTS ADVANCED FOR SEED GRAIN PURCHASE OTTAWA, April A. Biichm an, IjCthbrldge, Informed In' th house today that the amounts vanced for seed grain purchases the Cslgary and Lethbrldgo.'Innd dl tricls (luring the past two yeara wore Calgary, 1918, J17.370.41; 1919, 1920, J52.50. lAlhbrldga, 191 1919, J116.809.91; 192 jl.841.30. The amount ot freigl charges for carrying haying outfit feed and atock was: Itellet tariff, 1918, for Alberta, Sa katchewan and Manitoba, for the transport of haying outfit, feed and stock, Alberta's share of th would be about J3BO.OOO 16. In 1919 the sum was half of this; on a small portion of the charges for th year had yet been forwarded to tl government. DEPUTIES FIGHT MADRID, April depu., struck another in the face, and a tblr challenged a political opponent to duel during the debate In the Cortc last night. The budget, which thraa cned a ministerial crisis, early ihla Fashion Craft Clothes for the Young Men of Today with Fashions Latest Touches Written iii every line and curve that dominate with personality carry the swing of the season. You'll be surprised when you step into, our store for your new spring suit at the of choice gathered for your inspec- host of patterns in the latest Vfeaves in fine all-wool worsteds, cheV- and 16 fit every lo give ever- lasting service and their 'shape till the last. I to Shop of Fashion Craft Clothes Oliver Block 318 Fifth Street 4-220 Double or Single Breasted ei is Correct Style for Spring Quality Clothes Made to meet the tastes and requirements of men of all ages. Every suit is tailored in the best possible way and bears a label showing by whom made. VACSMOZCFLABO. Look for this label if you want a guaranteed assurance from the makers that what you buy will give service and satisfaction. Cost no more than the.other kind. Sold by 300 live merchants in Canada. Locally LOUIS KEEL LETHBRIDGE ;