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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 10, W9 IHh LK-UlliKliXiK DAILY jsr-UALU PACK SEVEN Plans Discussed al Public1 Meet- ing and Committees Named (Krota Our Own DAKON'S. April public meet- ing, organized ty Mr. Grace, under (he auspices of the board of trade, was held in tlie J. O. O. P. hall on Wotint's- day evening lor the purpose ut ik'i-id- ing I JIG question of holding a school fair. ilr. J. A. (jow. president of the board of trade, jircsideil. Mr. Morgan, school ;id- Uressed the meeting on the sub] branch at the Agricultural College) into tho mallei of domestic iicc. exi'hiiiiing the branches of I'uit subject by ilii; depart- ment unii the prizes that were olfert-tl school girls tor products o( their skill exhibited at the A motion thai u fair be held was utiauiuiousty anu a lommittee to carry out arrangements (consisting of Mrs. II. K. Jrwln. Mrs. Oow and ssrs. J. K. SVarnock, Cow atiil Momls) xias appointed, with, power to dd to their of school fairs and was followed Our Own Cor HKLLKVUE. April; first prisoner uf war to reiu-h Ilellyvuy from And Ship Raw Product io Hill- ings us Settlers Arrive Clliie, m Ojr O'.vn Coal- IneniHture this ytar will be into trees and shrubs. The KeJ Cross society hcM Lancaster .si-liool houEt-. Xi-arly all have Just Wyoming paper .the average price paid for Mr. J. Stephens of the Agricultural College, Cl.iresholm. Mr. Stephens cx- Vtaincd the origin of ihc tu-hool fair. wood results vtKCwhw1, the financial and other assistance giv- en by the immoral department uf ag- riculture and the organization thai would be necessary to carry thu ar- rangements through. Miss llobsrtson (ia tliargo of 'I James tit Science Gcnunuy arrived Ibis, in the HERE IT IS a w. v. A. ORCHESTRA PIECES PHONE 372 OPEN FOR DANCE ENGAGEMENTS OUR MOTTO: GOOD MUSIC, AND IT. person of Pte. .Yot Mei-ean. He .some Lhrco years a' prisoner under tlio ticriiians, but looks very well aficr hts experience. He was met at the station his wife and a large num- ber ol fi-icnils, Charlie Johnston has arrived in camp with his car. The citizens oE Bcllevue presented Dr. and Mrs. 'McKenzie vrUh watches on Tuesday evening. There was a short concert Ijeforc tliu presentation, fame good music being furnished by tho Ketr orchestra. Kev. H. Peters nmdn (he presentation to Dr. McKen- zie, while Die present aitan to Mrs. ivas nmdc by Mrs. II. liar- luss. Or. and Mrs. .McKotizte suit- alily ackuojvlcdged tho sifts. The liellevue Horticultural Club has decided io throw the annual show open to the whole of Alberta. April The dale Commercial Chib belt! mect- hig taa Monday cvenfnR in tho by the lot-ai mill down hall. There was a gocd there was 'from to per tow. conelJering the busy time.! cent, of that hay was Mr, Hulls, wiih ivhom Coaldale is L The? we turned io Coaldale becoming acquainted after a price's 6'" from ?2t> ID per ton. residence, ami Mr. L. I'line and O. G. We heard a farmer admit thai it was Matkins, recently arrived from Wyo- j good." ming. were Introduced. Thedubde- xeed you be reminded iliat next Tlie Great War Veterans demand an inquiry into conditions at lhe_Selhir'ct Insane Asylum, ivhcre CO! returned soldiers arc cotiflnetl. their meeting at Mrs. L'arUon's Thursday. Owing to tlie 'flu v.'hich is prevalent Jn this vicinity, the attend- ance was small. MH. John Luugrico Is at prtaent iU witfc the Mr. Uert Colethorpe of Vv'innllrtO waft renewing old acquaintances In this district Monday Tuesday. George Wares, who had been teach- ing the Prospy School for the winter months, resigned Friday lo work on his farm. Mr. Xewcombe received word on Tuesday of the death of his brother Uan) from influenza at Itodncy, Ont. Sir. Uau Newcombu wan well Vuown here, having at one lime farmed in this district. Mr. Kichard Reed, who has put tlie winter In on ihe Stephenson farm, re- moved to his own place tills week to prepare for spring work. The Lancaster U. F. A. local held a meeting on Tuesday etuing in iho I who has jus-t returned from overseas. Mrs. on Tuesday for Calgary, were present and iho iUsc slon uf a carload cf was setlled Mr. Louie Cflilfou motored to Wiu- atisfactonly to all ironcenird. j on WeJncF'.tay. to Friday's snowstorm tbo j rural mail carrier. of Win- uifred, was delayed hery overnight, Mrs. Long, a member of Ui? Vnion bank staff at Ktzikom rpceivcd word from Calgary to meet her huiband. G. V. A. brauch itCk-tdeJ to ask the t-i abandon (he scheme of land ?eHii- tiuut and imy a settled n mo nut tu rhc jetLunitl nieu. as a deuionstratloii patch this The crop will be shipped to ciilcd to put in teu acres of tugar beets year. Hillings, Montana, and an exact ro cord kept of cost of production, in- come, saccharine test, etc. Orders were placed with the ciub for enough alsiku and white clover to Btcd about 100 acres. Coaldble farm- ers iiope to produce the best seed yet Nurseries Busy Sunday is Easter Sunday? The church services be of a special nature. AUCTION SALE HAVING BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER, MR. WILLIAM BENNETT, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND.WITHOUT RESERVE At His Residence, No. 534 Sixth Street South QR Monday Ipril 21st, AT 2 O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE "Western Hero" cook siovo; kitchen chairs; table and cooking utciiFils; contents of nix bedroam.v including one large brass bed; -o iron beds; ono tlnele iron bdH; all complete with mattresses and springs; 1 folding cot; 1 enameled dresser; 5 oak dressers; S rugs of 'olloivlng sizes: 10x10. 32x14, 0x12, a large quantity of bedding linen and blankets; ll'pair lace curtains; 13 blinds; some nice plccns linoleum and oil cloth; also'l shotgun; 1 get ham cultivator; ijiany rmaU nrlicles too numerous to mention. The Coaldale district is both seed- ing and harvesting at ihe same time. Tho fanners are rushing in the grain, but the Coaldale Nurseries arc dig- ging and shipping trees by the thou sands. By- the -way, nil you neivco.n erz and you old stagers, tco, who harej not planted a grove yet. just drop En j at the nursery and see Mr. A. .Mit- chell. He will soon convince you that j I SCe is incomplete without u grove on your farm. Now Lumfatr Ysrd The Community Lumber Yard is> busy erecting ils offices and she-Is and will soon be open for business. The work is being done by Mr, F. T, Ward, a returned veteran, born in the land of the heather, tie has. had years tf! experience in the building business. Give- him your next job. He will satisfy you and you will help to re-establish our Canadian array into civil life once more. We record the arrival ot three neif lUtrs: Mr. 0, a. Matkin; on the old Rogers flace; one mile west; Mr. Good music and good crowds. Sun-j day school, 2 p.m. Public worship, I p.m. There U a at the par- for the kiddies. .Use it, Mr. ,our erstwhile bank ma'uscer. bus moved, to the re- gret of his many friends who always found him a gentleman. His placo U being filled temporarily by Mr. Stone, of the LethbrHge staff. We understand that the permanent ap- pointment will be given to vMr. Fergu- son, who. is well-known and popular here. For the Afternoon Call or function. Serve with tea, chocolate or lemon- ade! They are delicious. 'oe. on the run-.I hand side, up wtthtn full view of the operator. The 12-2O can lined up with a belt machine, becKed into the and the bait started and slopped from the platform. The belt pulfey ts driven dtoect ofl the cranK- ot power. The band wheel is extra lartfe and by drrvintf through a cross belt allows the of a looser belt. The 12.2O wtn pull three 14-Inch' bottoms under averafe operate a 2 2-toch Uueshar fully equipped, and handle aQ the drawbar and ben power Jobs, 1 AD OtlPull tractors are not only beritad by a that you the most economical they are also backed by an Uon bM enoutfhtoCuaranteeyouetB' ctent service at all Rumely mamtahia 27 branch ottoea' and warehouses, A sH for the dMcrlbtnC Ljst of Romely Dealers in Lethbridge and District: SOUTH AND EAST: Allen Jack, City. Geo.T.Wridc.Raytnond. C. A. Ferguson, Cardslon Geo. W. Morion, Warner W. J. Quinn, Milk River James .Beguin, Foremost L. C. Burnap, Barons A. Mcfntyre, Carmangay Dan Ulrich, Champion Hardy, Pick White, Orion Burr and Underdahl, Many berries A. Swennumson, Bow Island i'" NORTH AND WEST Mclntyre Co., Vulcan Alex. McDonald, Macleod Alex Anderson, Granum J. J. Billingmier, Taber P. C. Buehring, Winm- fred Norrie and Fawcett, Medicine Hat Car! Benny, Irvine Wm. Foote, Pincher Creek H. C. Morrison, Cowley H. Ulrich, Travers ;