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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JULY 1920> Successful Student at Saskatch- ewan (he Hailed Grain (From Ojr Own Correspondent) OIUO.V, July rainfall tor Orion district will In the future be registered by a government rain guage, and readers of the Herald will have; the advantage of knowing the exact precipitation from time to time. beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Parry will make tlieir home iu Cote-1 man. Work on (lie new si-hoo! al West Colemau is being pushed ahead. The walls and windows of tile lirjt storey sire nearly completed. From what Is already done Ihe school is to bo u pretentious building and will meet the. needs of the district. Mr. Miowles I vho has Ihe contract tor Ihe making icf tho new ted for the large boiler I is to be placed iu tho t'oleman scnuol lias had great difficulty iti keep- ing out the water. The deiuhs of Ihe boiler rce.inl more excavation lhan was anticipated mid he finds to get it installed he must get below the level of the creek. Hut he lias suc- ceeded iu getting a concrete wall buiU acd the work is nearly completed. With the installation of a targe boiler, the heating of the school will be easier and more satisfactory task. KIDNAPPER, NOW UNDER ARREST I'HILADfU'HIA, Aus. authorities announced today that the arrested Harbor, N.J., lute yesterday Iu connection with the kitl- napping of tho Infant sou of George I'oughlln, is tho individual who Little Rain Came With Herder Hud Leg .Broken i wrote letters to Coughlm and (Iie i himself "The Crank." Other signed tvero refused for tby present. Crank" not only wrote letters but he used tho telephone. He suc- ceeded iii convincing lUtj' distracted parents that he had knowledge of tho whereabouts of their baby. The father was Induced to proceed at uiidnlsM to a lonely spot whore he placed and then went homo to await the return of the child.' After many days he was forced to the conclusion that ho had been Then tho search began for "The Crank." Ac- cording to postal secret service men they have him under arrest. He re- cently starte'd. another ,-letter-wri'tinp campaign, this thnb demanding for the the child. U.M.W. OK A. CLAIM VICTORY FOH CLOSED SHOP to join. Tho uuioa men threatened to come to tho surface auj leave tho mtno Idlo until Thursday. This is Ihe second time trouble o! SYDNEY. X. S., Aug. victory j the kind has occurred tho tor United Mine Workers is an-jpasl Powell arrived iu Cpleman on I M'ls j' pf Calgary, iv's train and will at once take woek al w Jasl year in the .second] class exams., he also gained ''fj a I mountain. with honors. He was teacher lvcfe iahel, Bull's' Head Untie school, norlh of Orion last fall, and he is teaching the same, school for this term. '.The road from towc to Minna be- tween section 16 and 9 has been slop- that a new culvert heM ai ,he twl cf lae CrQW The Sllesi5 and Meulls ,in und a most en- joyable and happy time was spent. The dealh occurred on Wednesday morning of1 Jonathan Boucb, Mr. and Mrs. Bauch brought, iheir son siop- hero a few weeks ago jn ,he bope'that a change would be beneficial. But put in. the storm of last week delay-] ,ho (HseaM lco far JoM. ed the work, but now the road is once than ei awa'y more ready for traffic I months of weary suffering. "A ser- IB to the Herald of Inot vice was held llie insiitntioual by the Herald correspondent) July 23. charch wnm tlle D. K It states that acres northwest ol 5poke words Orion was badly damaged by Intl [Le parCnU. The svm- Wednesday. The west and northwest j ot their frienjs o out to 'Mr of sre pisssea u> state es- and Mrs Bcmcb jhe hollr t caped damage.. Mr. Miller who had f jrjaj heavy lossjroiii tUejtonn are persisleut rumors that Mayor Johnson, who is holidaying at .he Arrow Lakes has purchased a ranch. The Rev. D. K. Allan left on Friday for Edmonton on his vacation. A quist wedding look place In the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morlcy on Friday. 30ih nt 10 a.fn. The con- .racting parties were Ellen .Elizabeth tfuori, only daughter ot Mrs. Thos, Morley and Herbert A. Cripus ot Leth- bridge. The Rev. D. K. Allan officiat- ed. Mr. aifd Mrs. 31. A. Cripps will make their home in Lethbridge. farms three and a half miles cast of Orion. The Sunday school picnic will be held in Mr. Eggleston's coulee nest Thursday, AUK. 6th. Tho Rev. 11. C. Woods is having a short vacation. There will be no Sun- day school or service- on Aug. 1st at the Union Church. Tho consolidated school will close .on Friday, July 30th, for the summer racatiou. Mr. C. Wesley and K Fuller have taken out a new headed and expect to start cutting the middle of nest Several of the farmers who were hailed out in the recent storm have teen busy with mowers and hope to gel some hay from the damaged crops. Several Other Cele brated in. (he Pass School Progressing DOSHNION SHIPBUILDING CO.' MAKES ASSIGNMENT TOltONTO, Aug. Dominion Shipbuilding Company of this city, recently "announced the suspen- sion of operations, has on the Rdvicn of A. G. McMaster. counsel for a number of creditors, made an assign- ment for tho benefit of creditors under the new Bankruptcy. Act. hun- dred employees of the plant who re- ceived no pay for two weeks previous to the shut-down arc first creditors, to the estent of These employees gathered at the I (FVom Our Own Correspondent) COLBMAN, July the manse OE Saturday, the 24th, Mrs. Allle Wil cox, of Barnvrell, was united in mar riage to Mr. Martin McCoy, engineoi for the Pelletier Lumber Co., the Rev D. K. Allan officiating. Mr. and .Mrs McCoy will likely reside in Edtnou ton in the near future. f A very pretty wedding took place at.the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Parry, West Coleman, on Thursday evening, the 2EUh, when Miss Marjory Corney, of England, who arrived last Sunday, was united in marriage to Mr.- Bbbert Parry, eldest son of Air. and Mrs. T. Parry. 1 Miss Corney was giveu away by the bridegroom's father, and Miss May Cox acted as bridesmaid. Mr. nobt. Parry was ussisted by his brother, .Master Martwyn Parry. Mrs. Roht. Parry is really a -war-bride, the young -couple having met while her husband rwas serving hfs country and she was 'doing her "bit" on the land. There was a large number of in- Tiled guests. The ceremony was ncr- by the Rev. D. V. Allan. A splendid wedding supper was provided after which the toast of bride and bridegroom was given. .-.The bride was the recipient of many plant this morning and were address- Mr. McMaster, who assured them that their claims the on the plant. The total amount of liabilities could not be as- certained, but it Is expected that the eventual settlement will show a surplus of assets over liabilities. (From Our Own Correspondent) OAKUSTOX. Aug. Presby- terbu Sunday School held a picnic if. the grove on Lees' Creek Wednes- day, July 2S. Kaces, games and pic- nic enjoyed by a large crowd. Mrs. J. Holmes, of Cardrstou, Mrs. T. K. Young. Miss Lorua Young, and spent itli Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Pickup and son. Mrs. Almiada Bardley Hall of Salt Uike. is Ihe guest of her aunt, Mrs. 1. M. Coombs. Mr. and -Mrs. M. A. Coombs, and C. W. Dun motored to Browning where they met Mr. ant} Mrs. Harry McCune. of Ogden. The party then.proceeded to the home of their soil, Alt McCuue, formerly of Cardston. Mr. Mrs. Coombs and C. D. Hurt relumed home nest day and will be followed by tho McCime's Ister. Mr. e.nd Mrs. Mc- Cune are the parents of Mrs. Coombs. A- J. has gone to Daven-! port, lovra, on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Jolianas Anderson returned from Idaho this week. Mr. Harold Olaud. Brother of D. G. Olaud is in lown. Mr. Fred Neilsou made a business trip to Lethbridge. Prof. Edwin Evans, the temple ar- tist, Is if) town, enroute to Waterton I-akes. I-ast yeek when our last storm was on some stunts pulled off by the lightning. One bolt struck the electric line on the south side of town com- pletely demolishing He transmitter; also In front ot the Grand Garage, were some flash lights and erosa wire plays. At tho foot ot Main street, near the reserve, the toro up the middle of the road. Not much rain accompanied the storm, but from many quarters comes the report that several holts hit in ami around town. The most serious thing when It lit the home of Mr. Holland on the east side and gave several people some unpleasant sensations. Tearing off telephones, and plaster were among some of its minor offenses. Mr. Jack Newby broke his leg just above the ankle Sunday morning while driving the town herd lo the reserve. His horse'caught its front fool on the wire gate near the R.R. crossing and fell head long in the road with the ah ova result. The horse fell on Mr. Jfewby and besides-a broken leg he sustained several severe bruises on the head and shoulder. Mr. Elbridge Shipley passing in his car assisted his brother-in-law, Frank I.ayt6n, in tak- ing him borne. Dr.: Stackpoole wns summoned and soon had hii injuries attended and with proper "care- will soon be out again. Mr. and Mrs.-Terry 'VVoolf are visit- Ing with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Woolf. More Anxious Noteholders Seek Money From Boston Co. BOSTON, Aug. line of anx- ious note holders In the 50 per cent, in ninety days investment proposition of Charles Ponzi, who claims to have made millions by foreign exchange operations, began lo form outside the offices of his securities exchange com- pany long before (Jivlight today clam- oring for the return ot their money. Many of those in line were from other New England cities where the company had maintained branch offi- ces. Managers of some ot the branches had announced that JS hours' notice waa required before money could lie withdrawn, explaining that the delay- was necessary in order that funds might be obtained from tho head ofii- ccs in Boston, and investors in many instances preferred lo lake a day off and come lo Boston for their money rather than wait. Most ot the early- arrivals said they were holders of nnmatured notes. At Home or Overseas there is one ready-cooked cereal food that is always dependable for staunch nourishment combined with pleasing flavor, and in convenient form. is always ready to eat It is compact There is no waste, for, every atom is food And Grape-Nuts in its wax-protected pack- age keeps indefinitely in any climate. "There's a Reason" Made by .Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd. Windsor, Ontario ''orced to Rent Rooms in Their Mansions and Live on Simple Meals T1ERL1N', July he erstwhile well-to-do live In pros- lit Germany is described IL the Mljicmeliic by an elderly high late functionary, a married man with family, who sayd that altuo'iirh ha iclonga to the upper in Prussia, ccording to the income tax schedule, lis stylo of livins is reduced to that yf a plain laborer. "I own a fine mansion in a fashion- ible Berlin he writes, "but ve have been obliged to let four rooms furnished, and will have to re- strict our own apartments still furth- er. Before the war, we breakfasted on eggs and bacon, while bread and but- .er, and tea with cream and sugar; now we have to content ourselves with gruel, black breari, no butler or sugar, and tho nondescript 'official' 'Only once or twice a week does meat appear on the dinner table; never a joint. has been abolish- oil. Supper consials of porridge, her- rings or cheese, ileforo the war, the family used sever, flints of milk tally; now a quarter of a pint fs the allowance. "Clolhes are worn threadbare; my son mends my shoos and my daughter- culs my hair. "I-cller writing has become loo c.v- 1 tear off unused half shrrjts of letters received and use old cnvcl- >pcs, inside out. Untiis are cut down to one-half. "We can no lont'er afford to company to .-.reals; we meet our friends nfter sapner." 'he present loan writer confesses, have EM Impaired his icalth very mil-li. although ho lays ho has become "tiomewhat spare 'in body." DIES BEFORE HE COULD SIGN WILL VANCOUVKH. Aug. l.-nv. FOE- ogcci 19, cuniuiiitcd suicide yes- terday. He came from Hamilton, OnL, where he was a en- gineer of considerable standing. After severing arl'erlcs he tried to write a T.-ill leaving his property lo his wife but died buforc he signed It. ROYAL PALACE FOR HOSPITAL VIENXA, Aug. government has requisitioned famous old pal- ace of the Archduke Frederick. Bland- ing Just behind Ihe Opera, nnil one of the ji, Vienna. It la to bo uacd for hospital Double Enl The fanious yellow and packet contains "Really peppermint for a gen- eration refreshing as piney breezes from snow-capped mountains. new pink -packet contains' the most delicious cpnfection-surprise you have ever Fruit Flavor Chiclets, chock-full of memory-bringing flavor of all-the wonderful fruits of the AVuiiu. But be sure you get genuine Adams Chiclets. You will know them by their shape, by their daintiness, by the goodness of the their enjoyable all the qualities that made Chiclets beloved from coast to coast by young and old. Look specially for the name Adams Chiclets on the packet. -an Adams product, particularly prepared In Pink Packet Peppermint Chiclets IntKeYellcwaniCoUPacJu-l i ;