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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRJDAY, AUGUST 0, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIEY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Driller Sleets With Success in Yards Completed (Krom Oiur.Own Correspondent) (Aug. light, shower passec- 'over town .this even- ing.'cooling the atmosphere and will help to fill Iho grain. Sqrcral of the fields of earlier wheat ara beginning to turn, while the later crops still have a good deep'color, and with a.contipuatico of these showers, yet. lie implement dealers have a good stock ol binders en iiaod; and there fihould be no shortage of mechanical Wj" B. Adams of jiuV toinplelcd the painting of. lanks and warehouse of We Imperial OH limited, Tlie-jinanager ol oiir local lutnberjyajd swinging tho brush, too' uur- past week, aud tho coat of paint on buildings and greatly to the perty. The duelling o( lhc-N..Eawlf Co.'.is being moved from bacV ot the Citizens Lumber Co; yard to.a'lot on Railway avenue, .where, it- Is to sit. on a foundation, and' alleraUbns and ad- ditljjns making if a neat resi- dence. D. Morrison of baa.llie work in charge. .'t A of 'men In charge' 'xjfjKt, ._ Afaclnlyrc, have oust completed th'e stock yards for the C. IJ. 11, at this point. There'has been a need for eoiiic time for this Improvement. T. of Lcthbridge, had tha con- tract. T.'M. Huff, accompauled by his wife and family, was looking over his in- terests In Ibis district on Friday. Ho .TOiW'ris conditions as any yoiiit between here and Lethbrldse, There was spmo commotion In'town Saturday evening when the aeroplane crossed over, east, A search, ft the records this to be the attainder In thlo part oJ tha country. Judging from tho bee line they were making, and tio smooth and even ialling' ?.loug way, they ujuat 'found excellent trails up there, Well.' here is hoping that they'bavs. li'rid (hat ifiey come for Vo can assure th'em that after tie big crop is harrested there will be a inand for. inore comfortiola means ot ravel. Not that we are not contented with the Uzzles any longer, but after covring the Irani line from Foremost to Stirling, ire are constantly remind- ed pf J16.00, ire hive paying out Jor license fees and wondering where (hey go. J. Osborne arrived Friday from Carroll, Iowa, having driven overland in bis father's Cole car. He reports a good (rip and excellent serrica by the Good uabcSatlonfl ibong the Yellowstone route th rough EbkoU and Montana, C4ias. -Porter dowa from Noble- tord and spent trains here on jj Jj a build- ing" frocnHnbrth''cl 'town and opened up with again on his former haa Jjeeo, successful la getting two mora deep wells near town. finishing ones two iweeks ago 2 miles, one for J. C. Petorsen on his farm one mile cast WORLD'S ONDON, world's largest-ship; tie Harnburg-jVmerlcan llnor Bismarck, tons, is to be completed ..immediately .and handed over Reparatjon for to the Dally Mail. It Is believed that she will be given to the White Star Company, the news- paper says, to replace tha Brltianlc, which torpedoed or mined whila a hospital ship in the Mediterranean. Mr, and Upilerwood nged 57 and 73 respectively, a highly esteemed, couple of Beaconsfield North! Norwich'-township, were both found dead in 'their home. t OTRSUMMERSLOGAN Jess Meat, More But you can't live ojv' fruit alone. The best subr stitute for meat is cooked nutritipus and costs much less. Nothind t so delicious and nourisrawj ShredciedMte Biscuit Cover two ithese little loaves of talked wKole; wfeeat wiii npestrawberries creain-a dish that is .sat MADE IN CANADA A BUSINESS Hip to Itii Out) fcfcotnw pl.nare when you cross PacKe .dining1 ens ttrvkt, oi. 8.1 VANCOUVER, port to Pucifc, with the Vancttmr Hole! mttropolitan nMltri; bit eU'Enfliiul, with wonderful drives and goJflinVs. The Empnu Ko'.e) offers splendid-bdjplulily. s r Summer Tmritl rwi art ulir-caU or wrtit CANADIAN PArys'Tn RAILWAY J. GORDON Phone TiCKET AGENT to Says Organizer Addressing Mass Meeting at Bow Island Is Needed (From Our Own Correspondent-} BOW ISLAND. Ang. people C Alberta are EOOO to 'have another pportunity to rote on referendum to liquor. Mr. H. S. referendum organizer for Lethbrldge district, addrefted of the U. F. A. and V. A. last Saturday night In the----- oom aud received a very alto caring. Mr. Bagnall reports conaitioila most ncouraglng wherever he 'he neople everywhere ,a) sttc and while --------1-" be Liquor Act i t all this'a few'lrifl hat they will ___, leranca peoples if being m'eht of the Act: of tocanse' of not understanding.1'; tie Many think we [u'extion of Bsue IB clearly set rohlbitlon of the oilcatlng tor; In line. The response from the1 icen hearty and all says, wherever be armer remarked that ote "Yes" this time aB he wanted o see farmers meet their political re- possibilities' wltlout the befuddling iffecla'of liquor. the worn- tn'will certainly Bhow their colors when it comes to the vote In October and the organizer knows that their vote will he '.'Yes." i Mr, H. S. Bagnall addressed' th congregation assembled in St...An- drew1! on Sunday night. After the ervice a committee met and- appoint ed those to act on the.executive to lo campaign work ere the referendum )n Monday evening a meeting, of the executive was held in the Rest Room and the was arranged Mr. C. H. Bell is ehalrinaa of Ihi ezeculive. The United Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. P. W. Taylor on Thursday after noon ot last week. There was a splendid.attendance and another name was added to members' roll. Ii was decided that tha meetings con August. T.ho neit meet ng will be held at the home Mrs k. D. Whitney on. Thursday, Augus J2th. After the business1 was finished a dainty by the hoa .ess assisted by Mrs. Faust. try To Get Doctor The ,U; F. A. and U. P. W.'A." held .heirV r.egular- joint buslncas meeting n the.Kest; o the Board'of Trade were also presen aad the batte'r to induoa doctor io In Bow, Island wa dlscuued aid also the heed of a" hoa town.-: It waP fin ally de elded to call a meeting for this Satur day evening, when the'matter wouli be gone into -mafe fully. The coa situation as 'It affects the farmer here also came up later In the eve nlng'and it ie possible tbat.thij or ganizatlon may ship in coal. Th meeting adjourned to meet on Sal urday evening, August 7lh. The Medicine Hat constituency-o tho Women's Institute will hold it conference, In-Bow on.- Snpl let. Wo to have' very in foresting speakers, ..viz., .Miss Isibe Noble, the provincial president, who It will bo remembered, has spoke Lo a Bow Island audience before an waa greatly appreciated; Mrs. Haroli 3ayly, of Blrmlngnam. Eng., who i louring- Canada to gather information of Industrial conditions, 'especially li relation to womon, and Mrs. France Hughes, of Cavendish, who is also rrreat Institute worker. We hope lha there will be a splendid attendance a the convention to listen lo the ad ot the. speakers. Mr. Claude Jamleson motored t serrice. i pallbearers were Messrs. S. C> json, A.-D. Bolfe, J. M. Mllroy FfTciSaM.- true coming to Bow 'member of the Con- but not finding one here, he the deceased; life for nearr P'red, of Mapia twq7daughtcrs, Mrs. J. ana Mrg c n_ j, Beilfx.Qf-'Bow l.BlJnd; several gran host of friends, w nd- ho l' face as the days vFriends. extend their sympathy to Sh'ea' family in this their crawly, r' 'Mrl Fred' Shearer, of Maple Creek, on his return home was accompanied by. Hubert Bell, who will spend a holl- dajj at his uncle's, home. and' Mrs. JJse. Munro, Leth- irfdge, with children, returned to their horap_on Saturday. Mrs. J. K. Shear- er ''.went3 with them to spend a short ilme. i 1TOF.1PLM Several Mahybferries People Took a Trip'iri _ {From Our Oorcespon-lenO .Manyberries, Aug. Manyberrles baseball team played at 3tzikom yesterday.'jf.The game was. rflEKed all through. Of, course, being tho first practice for the Many-. boys it mlgUt be regarded as fairly good- Captain Palmpfj'. fiylng ttf. Many.berrles, was ;foriced''to light at Etzikom' for gas.' not ihero s'omo. eicitoment amongst the villag- ers? 'A-veritable'5tamped_e! Lieut. FitzsimnioTis proceeded'to treat tho people to trial the plane. No one would venture. .HoTvever, Dr. Dun- can, who'was going' through from Manyberries, happened along. When he rpturned- safely to earth some few others dared. And then the'aviators cataq on hcrp. ;.MJaa Duncan was an- xious to secure some' pnolograplis of the town froiii the air arid hail the privilege ot booking tho first air flight at Manyberrics. The citizens sura kept Captain Pal- mer busy. 'Ho should have brought a plane wltU larger passenger capacity.! Finally, h'o grow tired, and flew off homo to. Lcthbridge, Sergeant O'Halloran is relieving' Corporal Hale, A.P.P., who Is visiting In Victoria. Mr. Halo will return on tho -thirteenth inst., and bring Mrs. Halo.wUh'him. And wf-aura all hope the young couple will have a pleasant and; prosperous life. 'JQlzikbrrt will play baseball bore on Saturday, and the tennis players will nlso come down. A dancs will bo .held in tho Gaiety in tha "evening un- auspices of Iho baseball club. Talk about hall storms. Ono went through the grass country northeast of here a fortnight ago. And eight days later Charlie Mutlo was coming through the Wild Cat Coulee and hail was cl'tll piled a fqot high. And there was not one of the eight days .on. which Uio shailo lemperalure did not ran from 96 lo 102 .degrees. Mrs. Itha Coons of Lament, Is vlsit- ,lng TvUh-her raolher- Mrs. Duncan. ,Mr. Courtney, Mrs. Walls, Miss Grace Cronkhclt, anil Mrs. Mos- sop-and.fiiiplly are summering at tho Wntorton Lake.9. Thoy will return ai the end of tbe week. Kb church ser- vlcn was hold this week as the Rev Woods IS'in the party.... Ed.. McGough sprained his anklo In lli'e baH'garno at Eizikom; It is iloubl- ful It he can Diako the game on Sat- j'egrtilable. This Is 'time Kd has 'jjlayod In tho country', and he would suro grace any Fineu p. Mr. Dassen has rcstimcd bis place at tho bank. We arc snfo glad (o see Charlio back. Mr. Bowman, of Wloni-1 peg, takes Mr. Klonear's place. N: ALBERTA 5 per cent, demand savings certificates ALBERTA 6 PER CENT How Are You In vesting Yom- Savings? tj 4J The Province of Alberta offers two flj There is No Investment Safer or. splendid forms of Better, ings Certificates redeemable on dc- rnaml, paying 5 p.c. interest com- IJ Savings Certificates, help you to pounded half-yearly. build up a Savings And Ten-year Gold Bonds, paying Gold Bonds are the best form of .in- 6 p.c. interest payable half-yearly by vestment in whicli to" place, those coupon. Savings. Alberta Gold Bonds may also bs obtained from any house In the Province of Alberta. .ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO DEPUTY HON. C. R. MITCHELL, Provincial Treasurer. W. V. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Treasurer, 'Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Mberta.- ;