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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LSTHRR'PCF. DAILY HERALD r'RIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1320 j. PGiiiu is m DAY DREAMS Just Town in Need of ii Doctor Power Cutting Than Usual Chaulauqiui Holds Its Closing Session irruri! Oar Own Correspondent) .Vug, SuoU uf was in tavai last nlglit j huvii1" motored from uear he is in building opor-j His business in Tuber was Kini'T Harry HutHou on in the building lints hmh aro i uiK-K'Sied in.'iti ilio notghborbood of Cbiu station. i Burkitt of the A- P. Klevator r was in town last ou jn lour, ami whilo lierc maile (From Our Own Correspondent) HOW ISLAND, Aug. W ineu's Institute will hold their rcsul iu ibu uebi Iluoia Saturday afternoon, Aus- Sopd prcgr.tiis is? nlanned. HoH to be answered by giving.a favorit recipe, so now conio prepared. MeWilliams will i-noi- tor the placillg o( au eating paper. agent at Brani, near Charaplou. The Bow Island school board met n'iili a uddros on the sub- last uight. Mr. i. PolliU is ilia newly o( and tbe of the appointed secretary-treasurer. jubilee si.igers. the Chautano.ua Bow Island is now without a doctor came to a cn llight us Dr. Mmiro has left and his return U5ual crowrt was preseni, and the splendid j wm be (or V Wei hono us big a crowd turns oul this Suturday evening as did I wo weeks ago. It. Henderson Is bavins a nmnul falo ul borses nest Tuesday after- Mr. Victor Morris arrived home t'ni I.t'thbriiigo today. .Mr. Atlis Morris is "going back in th? after speudiug a two wcrts' holiday with his parents. Misses Duth and (iraco Skaducl j siieni last week at attend- the fair whllo there. Mrs. W. Browa is nursing Mrs. Penny through her Illness. Miss Mildred Goodwin and Mable oriums friends arc very sbd to hear tUcy passed their entrance Oi- TARIO CONSERVATIVES BEGIN ORGANIZATION TORONTO. Aug. first siyus of organization of tho Conser- vative parly for tbe proviiK-Lal conven- tion to ho held in Toronto, Octoter next, are- beginning 10 show In crn Ontario. Last. Tuesday a meeting was held iu London at which 25 rid- ings represented. Alter frank dfacussfou. plans were adopted for continuing the organization into rid- ing units and arrangements made for holding another meeting in a lew weeks time.. ANDREWS REFUSES TO TALK OF STRIKERS' RELEASE OTTAWA, Aug. J. Andrews, K.C., ot Win- nipeg, leading counsel for the crown In the Winnipeg strike trial, ia lii Ot- tawu today en route home from Hit appeal o.f the convicted strike leaden !o the privy council. lie 'iiec-iiueJ tc discuss tts c: aa ciii" release of the- ttatlnj that such was entirely a rjalt ;r for the governor-general upon recouimea datlon from tho government. London has been made the public health centre for Western Ontario. Complete September List. Nomoii Sale is uncertain. There opening for a good doe; or her The United church Ladies' Aid met at tha home of Mrs. A. D. Whitney next year, Mr. McCrea, cashier at the freight sheds. Is-leaving today ou his vaca- last Thursday afternoon. There j jn wm, jt an splendid attendance. There ivas intf.rcsling event occurs tomorrow. which will result in his return very little business so the was short. A pleasant social time double liarnes's. Tonight a doulile was spent. Mrs. MeWilliams recited in scheduled two selections which well celved, During the afieruoon Uic hostess served dainty refreshments. The nesl meeting wtt! bR held Thurs- day. August 26th, when Mrs. Ed. Thompson anil Mrs. C. Thompson will be the- hostesses, last Thursday evening Mr. Howard Murray bad charge of tbe service in St. Andrew's church, in the absence of nev. V. M. Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moerke left for their now home at Voungstown last week. They have been !u Dow Island for several years and both of them have always taten an active Interest. in anything that was for the welfare of the town. Certainly they will be by two other couples, and thus does Dan Cupid-harrow our most sacred feelings. The Anglican church, held their pic- nic at the river today, and the event has aroused much interest. A good crowd was present and everybody enjoyed himself. In spile of the tact that the wind was a bit cool. This, however, brought the temperature to a right degree for the usual sports. Tractors are being greatly used in the'district for harvesting, and the Canada West crop west ot the towu- site is being cut quickly by tho use of the small tractor. The binder ap- peared to cover ground faster than with the horses. greatly- missed here by their many i Touring partie3 aro agsin taking lo friends. spending an hour or two 'in Taber Mr. iA. J. Bergeron arrived from Spokane last Thursday. He is hera looking after his farming interests. Mr. and Mrs. Huttou and children :were guests of Mrs. M. Whitney last week. Mr. and Mrs. EwhiR and children left here a year or so ago for Wyom- ing, from which state the? returned again last Friday. Bow Island, they thought, was a good place after all. Mr. .Tnbsston, who has spent the past months at Seattle, arrived back here on Friday last to look over his farm interests. He has bought a home at Seattle, where ho will in fu- ture make his home. 'Mrs. Johnston j snd Rons, who are in the east, will jcli'. him here and then they will go from here Id Seattle this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grigsby. who on a holiday to Lakes, returned home on Saturday evening, They report a plensatit holiday. Ear] and Elton. were vjs- -itins at their uncle Fred Shearer's homo at Maple Creek, returned on Thursday last. Mr. A. F. Dalmage now has charge of the Pioneer Lumber yard at Utir- dett. Ho was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. James, Maple Grove Farm, over the week-end. Mrs. Fred Smith and chi'ldren. ot Lethbridge, aro guests of Mrs. B. A. Smith, Herber St. Mrs. B. A. Smith has bought a house in Lethbridse. to which city sho will move shortly. -Mrs. E. C. Ludtkc and Oro went to Medicine Hat last Friday to meet Mrs. Ludtke's sister, Mrs. Lee, of Windsor, Ont., who will ho a sueEt of her Bister hero for some lime. Mr.' and Mrs. 3. G. JatnieEon havo as their guest their niece, Miss Bol- Vancouver, B. C. 'Mrs. Madore, formerly of Bow Is- land district, but now ot High River, Bpent a few days recently visiting friends here. lira. J.' K. Shearer returned while en route along the government highway. Her. A. C. Bryau spoke at the nnlt- ed service in Wesley Lettv bridge, on Sunday, and leaves here to- morrow for'further work on behalf of the referendum campaign. A successful dance was held by the football team in the Vet's ball on Mon- day night, ami was attended by an enthusiastic crowd of both sexes. The trouble with the water system continues off and on. One morning it Is, and the next it isn't. sorry to hear of her sudden iltucss. Jr. Barklctt, from Orion, was out to see her Monday afternoon. Mr. Crane has returned ain after having a few holidays last veeli. Mr. and Mrs. Sprinkle, of Prospy, callers In town this afternoon. a number of McConniok irrived in town last week and Mr. Warren have very busy setting, them up. see Mr. Fetter Quito leaders and the week before. Mr. C. Wesi' Fellows' Hall on "Saturday evening. ynd Mr. Duulap ar-? making good use' of their's. Today has been so windy, though, it has all work In tlic fields. Mr. and Mrs. Si'.huon and family spent Sunday at H. Md'all's, south of town. A'dance is being held Iti the 5II5BUSHELS Crop Not So Good as Expected! Earlier, in Headers Being Used 'From Our Oirn correspondent! BTZIKOM, Aug. 17. Farmers sround here have been very busy late- ly. Most of tho crop being cut. We expect 'threshing will start the first of next week. Mr. Caswcll and Mr. Goundry are starting out right away with their outfits. The crops around hero will go from S to 15 bushels per acre. There may be some better, but not many. Quite a number of farm- ers have nothing at all, but probably the grouud was not. worked well enough. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Warren motor- cr! lo Medicine Hat this morning. They expect to spend a few days there.. Mr. and Mrs. Morris entertained Mr. and Mrs. Rishall and Mr. and Monday from Lethbridge, where she I Mrs. Thorpe and family Sunday, has been visiting at the home of her] Mr. and Mrs. Spaul arrived on this daughter, Mrs. James Munro. and Mrs. Hurlburt were viait- their daughter Mrs. 'Monday, Byam, on Aged 38, a woman in Uerlin has sail twenty-seven children, including itireo Eels of triplets anil four sets ot twins. afternoon's train lo visit with the latler's parents, Mr. and Jlrs. Jack, son, of Doondale. Mr. and Mrs. West and family were visitors at I.eo Trailer's on Sunday. Mr. Moss, from Calgary, arrived this afternoon to spend a few days around here. Mrs. Kred Penny's friends will he TEACH FLYING AT BORDEN Dr. Norman Belhune (above) anri Itajor J. S, Williams who aro n .charge of the "refresher course" in ipeclal flying being given by tho Soya! Air Forca at Camp Borden. iboye is also shown a portable "dark- which is used for developing photographs used in the course. John A. Mantel., of Atlanta, is (our- tSe western slate? hy automobile, Xtcompanled by twenty of his yo oleces and nephews. He rtoca lhe fianic thing every year. TIME FOR BISCUIT AND BERRIES kt be sure it is Wheat Biscuit the cooked whole wheat food that Mends so deliciously with fruits in their natural juices. CmsK in ike tops of two Shredded Wheat Biscuits and cover with strawberries and '8.11 the oodness cream of the whole wheat (ir combined with trie choicest product of the Canadian dish for the Summer days, fiill of real nutriment. From Fort William and Port Arthur through the locks attheSoo.-ToPort McNIcoll, on the luxurious Can- adian Pacific steamers: ASSINIBOIA KEEWATIN A trip which provides a rest and relaxation in hot dusty weather and Give3 a new lease on life. GREAT LAKES SPECIAL Winnipeg 10.45 p.m. Tuesdays and'Fridayi drroct to the ship's side at Fort William. -day for Hits Iu Sweet September Al Idson 1 A-2Mi Early in the Morning (Down on the Farm) FrankCfurnH 11.09 Left All Alone Again Blues, "The Night Boat'- .i Eierybody But Me J The St. Louis Blues ffl Homesickness Blues Marlon (You'll Soon Be Marryin1 Pretty Kltly Kelly Ma Mari .rion Harris I rion Harris J Marion Harris Marlon Harris J Me) Frank Crurnit Charles Harrison Venetian Moon Lewis James and Charles Harrison 1 My Isle of Golden Drcamn Harrison I Mother (I Love Yon) J Sweetest Story Ever Told Fiddle and I Sing Me to Sleep -ii. Charles Harrison Hf f Charlts Hulda Lashanska v 1 Barbara Manrel Barbara Maurcl A-2W9 A-JW4, A-7M8 A-MS4 tt.M County Fair at Punkln Center Cal Stewart (Untie 1 Jim Lawson's Hoes Cal Stcirart (Uncle Josh) j 51.65 A-2MT Dance Music Tbe Lore Fox-lrot Art Micliinan's Orchestra 1 Song of (he Art Hickraan's Orchestra j Ted Lewis' Jass Band 1 I Know Fox-troi, Morrison's Jazz Orchestra j Chili 1'ox-trot, Pan! Dicso TrTo, Frank Crumit 1 Dells of Paul Dicsc Trio j f Waltz Prince's Dance Orchestra Prince's Dance Orchestra lrox-Uot Thr .Happy Six Slow and Fox-lrot .Louisiana Five Jazi Orchestra j Ding Toes Fos-trot Banla and Akst Fox-trot Baula and Akst J Gj'fisv Waltz Juan Waltz lga Dibor's Gypsy OrchcBlra 1 lja Uibor's Gypsy Orchestra A-2955 A-2945- 51.CO 51.Ot) A-6157 51.65 A-2949 51.00 A-2953 51.00 E-45SS Jl.CO Melody in Solo V The Swan (Le Sob Valsc Sob s. tj Our Director March Centennial March i f Toscha Sddel 1 76760 Colurania Band 1 A-615S Columbia Band j jj jj Du" Jerera and Kranehtni 'Medley Solo Fercri and FraDchin! fr A-2951 John J, Kirnrnd era Dance of the I. From "La Gioconda" Gino Marinuzzi and Mia Symphony Orchestra i Dance of the II. From "La Gioconda" f J1.G5 Gino and His Symphony Orchestra "Florodora" Vocal Gems Columbia Light Oners Co. I A-0158 "Ths Mikado" Vocal Gems Columbia Light Opera Co. J1.6S New Process Columbia Indtoidually Inspected, durable, accurate in eccry detail. New Columbia Rtcordt on tale 10th and 20th of totr? Month COLUHBjA GRAPIIOPHONE CO., Toronto R16S Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PiONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. ;