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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The' Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY BERALI1 Local News Where To Find It "MONDA i A1.HERTA. Over SOU Attended Event on Sat- urday a Great Success "Oh1 boy! Wasn't thai somo lime xe had. 'Jmt fun and frolic from Ihe drop cl the ill' the P'ece ,reen; 2. Mrs P. A. Crawford Needle and Thread Race-1. MM. and Dave Clemit; 2. -Mis' and John Seltzer. Men's EBE Spoon Kace-1. Bert Bertram; 1. Ernie Sharman. Bovs race-l. Geoff. V, ad- dlnglon and_Paul IllncVs; 2, Wlli-tair- Anita bints and Fred Holmes. Girls EES and Spoon Commercial "heir Crawford; 2. Emma Green, fini'.llet and tbolr frlenia to the nnm- Sack 1. Man IUEIII about five hundred satbered on fcouuni; 2. -S'ellle Mercer. Saturday the Rihlbltion grounds BoyJ Kst and_Spoon Race-1. Lnar for Ihelr annual picnic. The POJS at the sFi? themselves out lo give. everybody a good time and Iroui the younEMt Xlddie lo the oldest jiuj J lie French: 2. Fred Holmes. Nacktio nace-l.. Mrs. 11. W. Craw- ford and R. Hlncks; 2. Miss liage and J. Seltier. d eier. Boys Obstacle 1, Geoff. inEton: 2. Paul Hincks; 3, Jack Hut MenKed flace-l. AuiU Craw >ord and Mary Illglnbotuam; tra lo th o[ H iniro'luotion of the doctrine; j in iiniT in tins! country. we art1 no! '.n accord! ilh tiic miun-lyint; lirhK'iplca of the 'One H'fi wlihh eiiirtssed il- 1 0 self chicken nrousm eage almost every moment of the at- or end alter a merry chase ternooii. Charlie French succeeded In Race Winntrs i the real live Leghorn Rooster, 'he following Is a list of the races gumebody told Cbarllo therf that J red iresentc-d v.-itb a picture postcard oi 7all Garden.-, ivitli the compliments the Lethbridse 1-adr Houriann. rlioy were reyuc'sU-d lo write the l.-i lo friends in llie giving o impression uf tlu: cily nr dis- trict, thetn I" lie available to Ihe Hoard ot Trade (o.- publication. Over 100 of the visitors did this, and some of the remarks appearing below arc highly interesting as v.cll as Haltering: "This ib a very pros't-ssivc with irrigating possibilities tin I ever "Finest ladies and prettiest here of any place _on the city i best park least one. home lo you: 'Dreakfast by ladles. population, bul roine peji. We could learn from them." are In ihe nf Rreai. irri- gaiica anil at th of Card-ston having been th? In- tuiiug an il to r.'.urn ihe scene cf running .le Jere's one o! 'ihe roiulnE places ot Canada. Coal, sai, irrigation great bunch of boorteis in tljis cuuu-j try." are paiiiig a-wondet'til break- tSBt. wllh Kiltie Kur liospi- talll'y the Canadians ham a tent all over the people in our j "This is Ihe snrpr'e o( our trip. Tt'ey raise real i.lfalla here-- three crops a year. farmer is j a John U." I lliRh spots I" Victory tour." M ;v recent mcetinB of the proriti-' wU-n that poriioa ot organ In the hupc thai lu- would not be d cial i-omniand of ihe Great War ,sbjr J5 striving to belter tecU'd- a motor car ine erans Association il was moved r0ml'noiif th.' vortingmau fe-ulani ran mo a horse and Img seconded Ihat In view of the recent; lawful and conslitmiona! cm Sill Aw fruan.Uttl labor nnrest and the consequent mMns and vvhivh is in no svmpatln rer l.amb. niuiK.. .tion of returned soldiers al Drum- j controlled by utreinisls 1 10 n post r.i tin tirap. .ami ne n heller, tiic exetu'.lvc ot Hie iy all means lo pact over-.uri'.ed ih? i.nun CCTialnly a I tion aga'n enuntlale its principles inEiituiioiu anil cate rlol enuncate ts prncps o industrial relations at tlie Ad convention, which views are given j wjdes: publicity. "That we stand unalterably opposed incessantly revolu or Lumber proiluclion lu thfi was 32.700.001.000 Jfel. i ing Gre of a Green Mr Mercdilh. Wheelbarrow K. E. Jones B. Bertram; 2, J. Selizer and J. Hoeter. The- chicken race brought out a big Charlie 50 French; 3.. nomeuoav iuui Spooner would give the winner ?2 for Ihe bird and tho way Charlie hunted the crand stand and Iho.grounds to nnd Fred and get ihe bones marks bira as a real when he gels blf enough to go out on the roatl after big busiafiss. I Some "Umps" The baseball match between th' boys and tho men brought out som ir genuine Major League play. Th nirl! 9 to 12 years. 50 1. way "his umns" Dick Hlncks calie ithe balls and Etrikcs and'gavc Ills EST- MORELAND, Women who suffer from displace- ments, irregularities, inflammation, alceration, Ijackache, headaches and icrvousnesBEhouldloseno time in giving :hb famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Phil hum's Vegetable Com- was traced to C'aniston. wltr the result lie appeared heforl Magistrate this morning at tbi citv ronrl and vras (rned and fosif. WAGSTAFFJTS Itea! Seville Orange Marmalade AH Orange, and A'o camouflage. irilA care In SllctrPc E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank ijyoiB FJ. i itii.iiiiiit a i lound, a trial, and for special advice Write to Lydia E. 1'inkharo Medicine Zo., Lynu, Mass. n premature loss of Ucth, is incvitablo it you do not properly care tor your the __ _ I Asycu age, the body tissues natural-] lyrtbx. 'You see this tissue loosening in the neck. It goes en in your guras, too. As you Rrow older, your gums shrink below, the normal gum line. Through lack o( catc they become spongy and inflamed. Then you have Pyorrhca (Riggs' Four out of five people over b avc Pyorrhca. And many under forty, also. Don't let a tender gum spot de- velop. These tender spots breed disease germs which enter lhc_syslcm through tiny the joints or causing other ailments. Immediately get Forhm's, which positively prevents 1'yorrhca it used in time nnd used consistently. Forhan's tones the gums and them. They in turn keep the teeth healthy. Brush your teeth with For- han's: It cleans them keeps them white and clean. If gum-shrinkage has already set in, start using I'orhan's and consult a dentist immediately for special treat- rindOOc tubes. All Druggists. LTD., SOT SI. 'James AUCTION SALE Household FURNITURE AT 613 FIFTEENTH STREET SOUTH ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUGUST 27TH. AT 2.00 P.V. FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER FULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW scon CUP Has lo Hand Back Goods Which lielong to Glen tomax, is Judgment Judgment in the complicated case i ot Iximax vs. Grower hne been handed doivn by >ir. Justice Scott. Action was slarled by .Mrs. Glen Loraax against C. llrower and his brother for Iho delivery ot certain fiooile which she had enlrnsleil to their keeping. The agreement, as slated by the plainl'lf, was that the eooils while In the cnslody ot the tlefendanbi should be displayed in iho window ot the furniture exchange until such time ns claimed. It apticars that a seizure of Ihe same ivas by the customs authorities for an nlle.gcil Infraction of the provisions of the law relating lo customs. This 'seizure wns .not proceeded with, following the inme. the were removed frojn [he window anil placid in the base- ment ot the store. On account of Ilic seizure -the defendants reinsert to hand hack to Ihe nlalnllff the goods nml clir.tlols belonging to her. In his judgment, .Ms'lordship held that the defcnilanta failed to show, that Ihe goods In (iueitlon wcre-held tor seizure, by the customs. He, therefore, ordered tho rclurti of the same lo life owntr, ivllh damages (or de- tention of Ihe samu add the costs ot the action. A counter-claim for by the defendants for storage ot llin goods wns dlsmlasml. C. V. llairls appenrcd tor the jiliiin. (Iocs aii'l Jiimlcaoli lor the POR THE GUMS Fragments from France vs. N. At ADAMS PARK On Wedv August 27th KICKOFF, SHARP ADMISSION 25 CENTS The Highway Beckons Information for Auto Travellers Some Places lo Stay Get Supplies for Your Auto. The Hotel Fernie Scotland Woollen Mills Co. PHONE 1858 T AILOR3 Dry Cleaning and Pressing Suits, Tailor-Made, and up MOVED TO ODD. Bank of Montreal 309-6th St. South 'rr Wm. Wyalt, Manager The Cominercial Man's Home Rates 53.00 and Up Tier Day. Fernie, British Columbia Ilooms With Bath in Connection. Seven First-Class Sample Rooms. Hot and Cold Water and Telephono In Every Room. King Edward Hotel Plnrher Crcei, 'Alia. HVH' Meets All Trains. Steam Heated Throughout. Special Attention to Cora mercinl and Transient Trade. D, B. Siple, Prop. MEDICINE HAT lied Trail from Lelh. Uluo Trail from CaV ary, tho Black Trail from Mon- all lead lo the only jlllcia! hotel in the HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service Station for- Dodje, Ovsr. land Oari, and Traiflc Accessories. Gas, Olla Batteries llepaired and'Recharged. Prompt Serriee, Day, Night; and Sundays. King Edward Hotel Auto Bus and Auto Livery in family Cars to Waterloo. .Lakes. Chas. M. Collins, Prep. PINCHER CREEK filling Station Service in Barons Free Air and H'aler. Best Lines of Tires, Oils anfl Accessories. Expert Tlrs Service HANSEN'S AUTO FILLING iTION, BAHONS "On the Pho i 47 OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile Oils, Polarine, Gasoline Dominion anil Other. Good Tlrea. Prompt Satisfactory Serrice ot Ali RIVER HARDWARE CO. f, J. Coales, Preprieior Milk River, ALTAMONT GARAGE nailery Service, VutcanUtng. If- rlllon General nepalr., lo Tourists al the line. Road Maps of Montana, General Information Customs Office neit door Slop In n-nl see tis Get enough Alberla alf 'lo spceil joti on Roberts Baker, COUTTS, ALBERTA ;