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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD AUGUST 20, J920 Greatness of Canada Brought About By Enterprise of Citizens prices. The use i.u gladb grauU'rt Iu aud IHipeu, i lakeu ou muuv i porlunity cf i hi1 telephone was llie i'amp by Mr. nil advantage ot tbe cy- tiling to town. i tuUv submitted, i rToROTHV OKAY Secretary- treasurer. SHOWERING FLOWERS AT FUNERAL Lord Burnham Tells Calgary, Audience Some Things About Canucks BABE CALGARY, Aug. Lord Burubani. (he chairman ol trie Imperial Press, delegation, at a citiieiic' banquet ten- dered the visitors at the Pallisfr Thursday erenicg. dealt wuh .j. ideals of iJritish freedom, which he _ said r.one' but the auarcbiei ur ihe madman-.yiFhed lo eliminate t'r Jft- stroy. "The.British Empire U ?ood enough. tor he remarked. Hs could not believe that iis freedom could be much greater, and although here and were uialcoutents who probably want- ed to gain some little nolorletr by some singularly objectionable nttar- i 4 .NEW VOKK. Alls. Sutli, Lome run Mtter of the New York made his t.irJ roo oC the iti todsj'i game Vita CJweland all the u jth police Situation Has Ueen Kpage t- tbej Smoothed than three iruck and the Situation Cause Molt also assisted ill bringins the j ONDOX. offnia! eu to town. 'teule between VYauve CBI! Bri thin ha The camp-under-the direction ot '-V. (Iray. was composed ot fifty girls, from companies 1. 2 and 3. acting Captaius Mrs. (Dr.) Si W Mr, MX., been more or kss resloreJ. 1'aris dispatch to lha Times. Vollowing an enended iuicr- vlev, with 1'remier Uojrd Ceorste. lliti, dds, ihe J-ryrl o( Derby, Assumed by Mrs. Cook. Caut.; delicate moment i relations Us In (b.f above picture the photo- grapher shows an aviator dropping flowers on the funeral service of the II. C. Callan at Koryst Lawn 1 Msuscleum. Toronto. The late Mr. Callan was connected with the avla- ittou iu CaiiRda, being an I sistaut of V. il. ICrkson, when. died. STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS i Hie Audior-Donaldson Hue. arc svbts- MONTHBAL. Aug. MeliU Julcd lo Saturday, of the Canadian of frVauk ot HoldredBe. Neb.. been in business S5 years. He made a cake to celebrate the oc- -asiini. whiirh was IS feet In circum- I feet la depth, and weighed 1004 pounds, which was distributed, among customers. Scr- aart the ijcaudlnarteii of sine coinpauy. a.e iu the Jilt and will dock SslurJav' iud Sunday. Vbe o( the While Star, tUe for- skan'of the O.P.O.S., and cficonnt. N. Y. FUNDS SKW .YORK. Aug. ci- chiinge firm. Dntnand SS.td; at. Cuuadiin 11 ;-5 .Ii3- world, aod hearts that it would be a u-hen the British Umpire ihe predominant povrer of the wc.rld'b "lie The bow. (he Tines reqwoofblllty ot the swimmtnx pool.' IL resiiniinj; his vscrt Some ot the gtrts learned to swim no new his arisen _____________________. One of the outstaudlns featurfs, their iaslrocltou. to ftenth and British policy the fact thai there were no The camp iras conducted along the j ju sitiiition in accepted the position and tildes on ths part of those who spoke; Iin65 0( the Patrol syatem. eaeh tent harmony, the Times poiulB mil. i Jlomlay oh his way west. welcoming the rliilon. Hathcr; SCcommodatmg a patrol apdeight la that every 1 tarlst form Bound awodation iMtii a progressive Bauidn? Inatitnrion. Thla BanklaBtimulntlng production by proviuirjj 5. broad scrrfca Jor sinWtlnuH larmerB. Any o! our 4OO branoheB can lurnUh Informstioji M to SBOT- and BLfppiag J1T4.000.000. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. Kiag, Manager was thero sooie very Islk. j charge ot the leader, who provided each day S cooks und 2 girts leave TREATY OF BEATS BOLSHEVISM IS nefore coining here .even year, ago O.QYD OEOROE-8 OPINION have bw-n going .on In Paris develop! Dean Coten.an was on BERSK, Aug. 20.-Asked br Swiss the series conversations which; ed the fiul Ibal the fundamental Lori! liur.ihaul in concluding his ad-! cook tent with their elites, etc., and r dress remarked that Mr. Uenuett had 1 were served by the cooks by rsaid that in some cases Creat liriUiiulthe Pilrol .Lcade-n, and Ont.. Aug. MAIL ROBBERY BY TWO BANDITS II, J. T. Coleman', formerly head mf... PRINCE SAILS FOR HOME "the strength and sympathy of unity there must be complete reel- j keen competition and assured a clean, nrocity of benefaction, and you can i healthy camp. has i I The cooks for Uie flay weje respon- sible for the cleaning of cooking uten- sils and general tidying the "kitchen." The days with the wliistle for rising a. m. Uniforms were worn for parade, when the flag was hoisted, prayers were read, fol- by treakfast, alter which the girls changed Into overalls and nmns- ind the members be-'ed themselves until bathing time, fol- feiy upon it that thtra will be none who will be more willing to Eland for fair trealment ot this great Dominion Ihan the writers of the British press assembled in this hall." H would he a good thing, he said, if .statesmen and those who bad -the shaping of their fate in their hands srere to visit the great dominions be- yond the seas, .Voud the seas, and the members ot ihe houses ot parliament. He might further and say that all the porma- 'nent officials might do well to leave lowed by lunch and the rest hour. Tracking, hiking, berry picking and picnics filled ia- the day with pome readier, from "Girl and ex- Iheir workrooms" at Downing Street; periments in camp-ocd weaving. Whitehall and see a little ot lhe( At sun down, retreat ol the flag. expanse of western Canada and the growth ot its infant cities. -At least something should be L will the speaker, "in order thai a lleam of real intelligence, which -.romes from knowing men as well as followed lij- the camp will leave pleasant memories last ofall the much needed "Mosquito Foe" ration and "IJglits'Out.'l On Saturday and Sunday, visitors days, the girls wore uniform after should treak through the j lunch. Several friends visited the '-louds of official ignorance ami iringins much appreciated ex- .Viial apathy." He believed that the! tras for the table, including ice cream, i of his party would appreciate tuei watermelons, cake and cookies. On Setter tho greatness of ibis Dominion by tfaeir visit. Enterprising ,511s lordship said they would carry back wilb. them one clear idea. It was Tiot the illimitable space of the prair- Snnday morning a service was hepl, the girls choslog hymns and passages from the Bible and at night after say- ing "Goodbye" to 25 companions who had to leave, most of them reluctantly, those who remained gathered round sl.ition of th'e Illinois Ceutrnl railroad. The robbers escaped in an automobile. MELBOURNE. Aug. Prince Wales having concluded his visit .J. to Australia, sailed aboard the cruls- A er Henown today for Samoa, en route .j to England Dy wa'v of the Panama canal. v Water shortage in Medicine Hat is attributed lo heavy seepa'gcs from the main pipe line. ies. or. any other part of that conti- the camp fire and Joined in singing nent. but the secret ot Canada's great-1 the well kuown favorite hymns until less'was the marvelous enterprise otithe sun was well behind the hills, its citizens. He said that it seemed Camp broke up on Wednesday iiflcr- Jtrango to liinr that when he was last; noon, ABB.' all the girls einress- :n these parts he saw great piles of; ing the wisn that the camps had been Buffalo bones and gim-crack stations. arranged for a longer period, which iri'il in passing.he paid a great tribute lo the Canadian Pacific Railway for enterprise in linking up the At- lantic with the. Pacific in the way they 'jad done. That company, he said, had jhown much foresight nnd much im- agination. R. B. Bennett. K.C.. wlio had pre- Lord Burnham, in proposing the :oasl of "our guests." remarked that while-he appreciated the pleasure of: -proposing the toast; he did HO _ with I r .'jome measure of diffidence. re- cognize in the he saitl, "one; Eveatest factors In the world's] liyilizatlon. If we weru only con-; serned In attending a welcome to our. Menrla from overseas, it would be ai simple matter, bin he conceived it a I larger duty lo endeavor in some way! interpret genius of Canadian sivilization and how it reflected the spirit ot this people. j What they wanted, lie said, in re-. ferring to'closer relationship with the' Old Country, was that Britain lipught! more from them; that Canada bought! norV from Britain; 'that Britain in-' rested her surpus capital here. They., helieved that there was more safety Cor investments in their land under Ibe old flag. Ho referred to the em- bargo placed upon 'Canada's cattlo in Urilain, remarking lh.it while the United States had put on a tariff. Britain bad stated it would not have Ihclr cattle at all because they wc-rc suffering from disease, when they, as I'anadlftnB, fciiew they were not. in itEClC a good indication of suc- cess. The comfort and enjoyment ot Ihe Birls were very largely attributed lo Mr. and Mrs. Dlipen, who supplied refrigerator ana ice. and also water, free They also provlrtcii eggs and milk at very reasonable Riveters There's a Bob Long Glove for Every Job tlayers Rnnchets Truct Cliaiincuts If your Glore ii not listed btre, ask your deilcr BOB LONG UKION .MADE' GLOVES Made br-sktlled workmen from ftrongeat leather obtainable soft nod pliable. R. G. LONG Co., Limited Wumlp.i TORONTO Monjr..l l.6n( Krattdl XHomo Caait lo Ceajl LETHBRIDCE CONSERVAlp OF MUSK ;r Corner Otventh Strett >nd Fttlb Avemie South J0 George Harper Director RE-OPENS FOR IT'S 15TH SEASON, AUGUST 25 PRIVATE AND GLASS INSTRUCTION IN ALL BRANCHES BY A STAFF OF CERTIFIED TEACHERS MANY FREE ADVANTAGES DEPARTMENTS PIANO, PIPE ORGAN, THEORY, MUSICAL HISTORY. VOICE CULTURE, SINGING AND LANGUAGES, ORCHESTRAL AND BAND INSTRUMENTS. MANDOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR, UKULELE AND 'STEEL GUITAR. SPECIAL VIOLIN CLASSES FOR CHILDREN. The Conservatory, School of Expres- sion and Dancing Academy Miss Correne H. Gerber, Principal. ELOCUTION, ORATORY, PHYSICAL TRAINING, ENGLIf UTER- 'ART, FANCY, CLASSICAL, K .AND BALL ROOM DANCING. PHONE 765 BRANCH ES AT.JABER, COALpALE, N.pBLEfQRD AND BARONS WE STAND FOR THE FINEST BREAD, CAKES, PASTRY AND AN BUTCHETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH REPORT Or THE EX- COMMITTEE, LCTHBR1DGE CANADIAN GIRL GUIDES ridRC Girl -Guides oponeil on Werf- afternoon, .Tuly 2Slh. at Annies' properly of Mr. (.Hipen. seven miles north of the :ityi nil ideal spot lor a cjmr, close to r g'Xnl pool and amonK 3lg Ireoa. 'which afforded Ihe shade jBcousafyi for tlic thorough enjoyment It ojieu'-air llie. Throng the kindness of meml.ora tht; notary- f'Jiili, and others, tlis] ;irla A-erc- tokou to and from Ihf; Wlieii the girls arrived they (mind life tents ready for them, to-j gttbor' with their equipment, all ol ivhif'h ivas riiic to thB ktndneflB of I'onncfather ot the H'. C. M. P.) loaned the tents, but 3 Ib. pails Swift's Remember this is Gov- ernment Inspected Meat No. 1 quality. MONEY Specials for Sai, Choice Roast 20c Extra Choice I'iate Beef.......... 15c Legs Mutton .....32c Shoulders........26c Choice Veal 25c Lard, 1 Ib. pkt.s, 35c ICxtra Fine Pork and Beef Sausages, 2. Ibs. for........45c F. BERR1MAN, PROPRIETOR ICE CREAM PARLOR Where Refreshments Are Well Served. NORTH LETH8R1BCE BAKERY PHONE 1307 LAKE WINDERMERK CAMP nttiT" rtnrt In Wlndtrmefe Camp a. snmmef rlfiht In of (lie Ttuckifls on 1he sandy arhrs of l.wlsr (lie Bntndftst wann water iinlaln Inkn In hiivt tlir hft5t l( nnrl bnatins, flsTilnff, pony Mil. r now. Annnijfiinfnls cnn Mh any Canadian Vac inc. ph Rleoplng Cars from Cilery rm TraTn No. I nt a.rii. Ffi-ipys, roinrning samp day Lake Winder mere. CAT placed for ocrntinncy at previous evening. j. GORDON TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 THERE'S AN ART IN MAKING UP ICE CREAM DISHES AND WE DNDERSTAND1T Even with the best materials the person who prepares' ice cream dishes must understand his work if they are to taste just right. This is what makes our refreshments different, the person who .you knows how. Everything you get is cool refreshing and thirst quenching. Everything has 'z'ejst and taste. WE ALWAYS HAVE THE VERY CHOICEST-FRUITS And carry complete lines, including the season's very earliest. Prices are reasonable and quality guaranteed. Our windows tell the story, Palace Confectionery Corner Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street South ;