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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Bayiilond Farmtni Keep it Up ) v.; >ii>Boy Injnnd Playing [ BaskctlMll j (Ptooi Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Dw.. 1.-The wather the.pMt>week has bean idMl for farm work. J'armerB continue fall plowing and di�6iBg. The Jap colony to the south oad east hcve made splendid progTMS with fall plowins, ustng traetors. While playing basketball with the K. A. team agAinat the A. G. boys Koss iJalmou dislocated his ankle. He was taken to LMhbridge todayto liave the X^ray placed on it. Several new students were registered at the A. C. on MondaT- ~ Blaborate preparations are under.wa^. .at the> ootlego for the banquet to be^ka]darty in honor of Hardy Brynor who leiiyes on December 3rd for Salt Liake dity enroiite for Chicago; where he wilt tabor as a missionary. Mr. Bryner was presented with, a leather suit case fllledt With useful articles, alsp a pl6#- iiutB of .money by his friends. Miss Vera Babcock, Miss* KAtha Holt,. Mr. Lee Brewerton, also Miss FMiton and Mlse Milner added greatly i� tjhlWiijoyment of the evening by tiielr Uusicial selections. De-lioiviis T^triiitaments were served. Ntr. Will Stoie, manager of the grocery department of, the Raymond Merp. Oo., was a business visitor In L�ttabri(iie today. Mrs. Viola Alexander Is confined to her hoflbe with Iagrlpp�. iira. Cf N^ison entertained at a mlsdellaneous shower, in honor of Hissi. Afu^ie, Evenspn, who is to be marrl�l^ the Cth of December to Mr. C. Adorns of New Dayton. Mra.' Leland Nalder and' boys leave for trtikh-ott ThursdayDecember and, where they will lb fntnre reside. Mr.] Nklder Is reportiiiid as ^improylng since talcing up hlsTealOciaee In th^ south. Mi'Sj^.T. J.'Q'^lSen^lenTes for I^y- THE LETHBRlPag DAILY t^RAII) coNsmi STiLIi GRAIN AROUND ORION FORESIGHf always was better than hindsijji^t. Those who takis SCOTTS EMULSION regulariy exercise foresight that pays large ....dividends in robustness. SoDtt ft Bowne. Toronto. 0�'.. _iV-."7 ! ton, tifig^h bn JJe'eeraber 3rd; having 'be^n cijJedvhi^;:b�ack and family leave | the benefit of Mrs. Pack's health. Chas. McCarty, Jr., will occupy thfe Pack residence on 1st West. HUGE PROFITS MADE BY RAISIN GROWERS; ; 85 PER CENT. 18 RECORD , FRESNO, Cal.-The 1919 raisin crop of the San , Joaquin valley was sold for 950,000.000 and comprised 182,591 tons, the California Associated Raisin company handling 159,260 tons at a sales return of $43,380,264.41; according to its annual report made public here. The record disclosed that the net return to the raisin compahy growers was $86,345,077.44. The overhead, packing and sales cost was |6,365,-984.30. , (From Our 6irn Correspondent) ' ORION, Not. - 30.-There Is still a considerable amoAnt of wheat to be hauled In yet The greater part of It Is coming fr�in tba north and ndk-th' eastern partfe'of dlil^idct. It has bei^ldeolded to'have an cision wa� to,MYe a community trwmk, some of the rural schools will cibSe about the middle of December. Mr, and Mrs. Harris Rogers mrebe-congratulated on the arrival of a daughter. Mrs. Scoble, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. M. J. Hogers, has returned ^o Orion and will reside with her |B&� ents. � � ^ Mc3. J. E. White, who .underwent a serious operation a few weeks ago, is Improving slowly. > , The past mobth will be put in th� "dry" column, the prescriptionUNlI the month 6f' November only Amounts I to .23; but the.nice weather of the-last two weeks has been vej'y acceptable. 1 � , The Rev. H. C. Woods administered the sacramctnt to the members of the Union church here on Sunday last, assisted by two of the elders. A. J. French returned to flrion by last Friday's train. O. F. Brodin is making a dam jnst north of the townsite. It will hold up some of the water wliich rushes through the town every springtime. Harry Elliott returned home last week from visiting friends in Ontario. PROHIBIT LUXURIES WOMAN ELBCtEQ TO T^lll SCH^^ IN ^ dNE-FOUR' DISTRICT (Fromt Our Own 6orrMPondettt) ONBFOUR, No>* 29,-^Ai'3.3U' �Regular SSt.OO suit. Blue lab- (-A ol. Sale Price........... �|>U*3lf MENS WORKING GLOVES AND MITTS AND AUTO GAUNTLETS Lined or Unllned. PERRIN'S FINE WOOL GLOVES Regular $3.00. 0*9 qc Sale Price .............. ^CmOO Regular $2.00. ^-l QC� Sale Price ............. ^i.Ou Regular $1.50. ^1 ' 1 c Sale Price .............. $1.13 Regular $1.25. Sale Price................ jfdc FINE WOOL DRESS VESTS In fawn, heather and grey colors. Regular $11.00. r/v "Reduced to ............. ^O.OU FLORSHEIM SHOES Wear a Florsheim Styles of the Times, correctly designed and carefully modelled to give comfort to every part of the foot and render long and satisfactorj' service. Regular $21.00. 01 C CA Sale Price ............ ^ID.OU FASHION CRAFT OVERCOATS These garments are noted for three things-all .wbol fabrics, smart styling, superfine tailoring. And really, there isn't much more that a fellow wants in an overcoat, they are shown in the approved styles for 1920, and are ftishloned from the smartest fabrics and most beautiful weaves. Regular $95.00. Sale Price........ Regular $75.00. Sale Price ........ Regular $65.00. Sale Price........ Regular $60.00. Sale Price........ Regular $45.00. Sale Price ........ $67.00 $54.00 $45.00 $40.00 $28.00 , HEAVY WOOLLEN SHIRTS A shirt suitable for the man who works outdoors. Regular $5.50. Sale Price.....,, Regular $4.50. Sale Price ...... Regular $3.50. Sale Price...... ^3.85 $2.95 . $2.45 PULL-OVER Regular $15.00. Sale Price . Regular $10.50. Sale Price SWEATERS . $7.75 SILK TIES Regular $2.00, Sale Price ., Regular $1.50. Sale Price .. Regular $1.25. Sale Price .. $1.45 $1.15 95c MEN'S HEAVY THICK WOOL SOCKS 95c 75c 65c 50c 35c Regular $1.25. Sale Price ^.:�..iot�.��...Mr� Regular $1.00. � gale Price ......... ...r......... Regular 85c. Sale Price ..^..r...r._,.�t�(WM Regular 65c. Sale Price . Regular 50c. Sale Price CASHMERE HOSIERY Nothing warmer or longer wearing than these socks of pure wool cashmere. In attractive heather mixtures. Strong toe and heej with seamless foot. Regular -$1.50. Sale Price ......... Regular $1.25. Sale Price .......... $1.15 95c MACKINAW COATS sturdily built of all pure wool, thick, warm, seams double sewn, and the? stand .wear amazingly. Regular $22.00. Sale Price......... $17.50 Kegular $5.00. Sale Price . Regular $3.00. Sale Price .. Regular $2.50. Sale Price . llegular $2.00. Sale Price . Kegular $1.75. Sale Price , $3.45 $2.25 $1.50 $1.45 $1.25 COSY PYJAMAS Beautifully made and soundly finished, in attractive designs and shades. Patterns neatly balanced, roomy and comfortable. Regular $7.00. Sale Price....... Regular $5.00. Sale Price ....... Regular $4.50. Sale Price....... $5.75 $3.95 $3.45 WOLSEY HOSIERY Nothing l)etter in socks comes out of England. The Wolsey pure-wool socks are famous the world over. Regular $2.00. ' IC Sale Prico .............