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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MXIJAHY II, 1017 _ SURROUNDING K'HOM UIU.' FAVORS AMAL- AT KX AlM'EN-ATiniKTK! AS80CJ ATiqX AT CO ALII A l-iU-MJ 1YK KTVKU MOTHS. A S Huc'lian lalo u( Nolilcford and ,ow resUllLK ot Travers, a busi- es vlsllor to town mi Tuesday. An important meeting o( llll! f miiiiseni of the church here has Ixr-n c.illad lor Monday evening .at S inn Tho. meeting H' l'-elj nl he home of -Mr. and Mrs. Stewart: lively to the service conducted by; nil- f. Rev II, Stevlnson. who look ;w Ms1 I [II IV loxl. Job IHti chapter, verses 7 11." A solo by P. I'tckuv, "A Ketv v. Tho largo, crop ot wheat, oats and lull-Icy raised In Hits locality Its brine '-U Ife Oiir Own CorrMponil.; 'jJjlJlCfo.r sliarih uur Jan. 6.-A mcetms of -snuriholders ol Iho local farmers cjsvi'lor'wns lioU I" lhc "hoolliouso afternoon to consider tlio'-Khialganiallon ot tlie Albfrta Varnidrs Co-Operatlio society and the b u r president, was ii which. VVBI somo consider- OHAMl'lOX (Fi-om Our O-.vn CorresponJfliO Champion.' Alta.. Jan. i Mrs.1 ccorso Clever are visiting Calgary. -The luanicgc of Mr. Hugh Vranie .jlul Mfis t'ara Dumarli look place l> llav and of (his amount, some Jl.SOO went i the c-xhlbliors. Few people who attend ihe fair In a counlry Lown realize how hard the officers and dirc'ctors work to achieve iho success gained.- The present good, conditions ure results of Hie combined efforts put forth by tho leading officers previously -.named and the .thai CO operaled with- Ihem. There are alioul IHO paid up uiem hers, a good large aren. secured for the grounds of the nUocialicn and buildings which-are yearly-being in creased to accommodate- ,lhe exhibi iors ever growing in number. Tin new officers have a much more flat terius prospect ahead.of iTteiii than has confronted Vlheir predecessor among ilie" ybung p G.' Bolierls leli.on Thursday even- for S visit io Caleary. for niany years. Officers- were, as followj ipnule' i mg [or lu "fH'- Kiipalrick, manager ot (he A dance was held at Harmony iocaitb-anV spent the New Year in sdioolhouse last Friday evening, a Icou'ii time' was reported. Edmonton. gouii time' was reported. Invalided Home- v- 1 McRac was a visitor to Calgair who'venl'lo'Ens-llast the KiH-es wpects lo be] Miss Julia Siceves returned to Cal- furied to Canada soon. He has ss ua ceves r after spending her boliday with TO SCOTLAND Tickets and other Information It oin any rnllrosU of slfamsliip agcni, or HHE H. E. LIOMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. -519 Main St. Ph.'M. 5312 Vancouver, Granville St. (Truiii .Our Own Knappm, Jan. Moi'tuna Oil comrany are down lo a depth of i.OOO feet. Jus! before Christmas Ihclr drill reached n for- mation of shale very similar lo Hint lying JiiBl above Iho oil deposit In I'alifoinla and olhcr oil'Clclils. C..1I. Jennings, general manager of Ihls company, has been very ciiergcllc In Ihe tnleresls of his company for some months past and kept Hie drill al work all day on Christmas and New Year. A lucky strike is expccled al. thlb well econ. 4 Jlrs. 0. II. Jennings lias, been spending Iho holidays at the oil camp wllli her husband. Uavlu Jennings relumed on Tues- day from the Sweet-Grass hospital, where he has been confined for tho 'pasl month wilb tyijhoid fever. .'lr. and Mrs. Howard Viiughan have been Die guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. William PrilChrtrd for the past, month. John McTagsail. oilr popular grain buyer, is contemplating the "building lot a larcc elevator at lllis point to and (I'r'nil Our Own Coircspomlontl Uo.ildalc, Jaii. ilance ni. nj-sler supper Riven lasl Friday nigl by (he Hall Co. was well alleudc ail do good enjoyed by all Mr. mid Mrs. Campbell -nntl (ami have moved lo lown end nre livh with 3. Mr. J.iiil Mrs. I'. (1. iN'orlon and Mi Vlstula'liavc loft to spout! tlie winter Iji California. (Jeo. Ileighc's b renorlcil as recover- ing from his recent Illneis. Tlio Athletic Soclely was Lroitghl to lite again last Saluvday nleht. Fred L'nloren ivas elected 'president nnd R. J. Gunld secretary, Commltlccs were uppoinled- lo reporl on various sub- jects, with a view to making Ihe. or- ganlzalloil as -complete, as For Ihe lime being one ol Ihe unused rooms In Hie basement, of tho nc-w school has been placet! al Iheir ills liosal. A wrestling mat ami gloves have ulready been Installei facilitate the handling of wheat other uralo. I later. Allrcil Gilhorn has leased section] Mrs. Ciainmuck and sons, and other apparatus will be nildo Kobe id James, who hnve been visiting al O. I'cderEcn'u all fall, have re uriietl lo llieir hnnm 111 Toronto. Oracle Mitchell mil wllli a ralhoi alnful ucclilent ono day Ihls week. VMIc- out' Blclgh-rldlng eho was nl- ndie'iHiy n nclghhor'n ling and Lofiirc ho could tlrlvo Iho animal away mlly bitten nnd bruised about the mis ahd hands. The wounds are not crltms, however, and sho will .101111 uo fully recovered. The animal svas ii'oniplly shol. MILKltlVKlt tFluin O'll- Milk Ilivei', Jan. I'lerBmi .ml lllllo son. who liave Leen Bprnd- ng Iho holidays wllli her moilier, Mrc. C. K. Hollander, retuined lo'lini' lionio near Spokane, Washington, last Wednesday. Harry Walhlus has been very sli-k wllh for Ihc lasl 'wcctf. lit is reiiortod to he Improving. Mrs. Lulu Macadow left Thursilay lo spciid siimc time with relatives In- California. A meeting of the hiiarc-holdbia o! he Farmers' Co-opbratlvo K.lcvalui 'o., was. held last Thursday at Iwe o'clock lo consltjcr ho otlici- Farmers' -Mr Wlngatc, of Caylqy, a dlrcclor company, was present. School opened In Milk Iliver Jan. ;tth Miss Hrown as leichcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A.-Jackson and Mi. .nd .Mrs. J. Conle.i .left .lor Minne- sota on Saturday. llcv. T. T. Falchncy, who is ing Itoljertaon College. In Kdinuiiloii. spent Ihe hollclayfi In thle distrltl. While .here Mr. 1'alchney prcaclicil at the tllfferoat points that are undtr Ih'e charge of ilie ch'.ircli YOUR 1917 __ as a consequence has her parents ll .Yetwood. lra down'for trench duly. Mr: and Mrs.; Uuncan Campbell ibv of Calgary has iaken a conipanied by- .Mrs. Saddler I the Noble, Mercantile Co. Thursday nighl for Bankhean. His wife and famlly _ rs. McClure has returned lo :Cal- liccoon him in Ibc course of a ailer a visit. 'uw'wlefes Mrs- l.ctl'irs reccivea from Her. Pte. C. turned Thursday from ay -visit-- jo of ibeiFernte. the condillons our soldiers JILss-Slabel Smilb, haveV lo 'face. In one engagement Ihe Upending llic majofiiy of bis company were com- ents, has TEturned to -the LlarCinoini uleMf'-wined out, Mr. Sailer ioclun- Agricultural school.- -teli-eVcaping imhurl. has bffn Miss -Mason enloyin-" a few days' rest in Scotland Ispenl a day last week in lown. to be' kindly rememberd. Miss Dora Seal returned- to Oalaary to" alljhis frienas here. will be held at Xew- I. on Sunday, nlter- p.m. The morning service ai XoVleiord wlil be of a missionan' tein- the li'rs'. -Simday 5 la'. lilVmonth. "Tbpee of our most promising local undertook io sei-np on Tuesday. f EUII UUL suuueiiij -T opcriiions and nov. they" are to 'be tbe kindly r-'-honiKJpt He town. They giTe us to ucdersTa'nd thai Ibis "baching s7 isn'tiVSat It Is cracked up lo 2" that anotter well i to provide It, be. is to "be r for the (From Our Owh'Cprrefcf-ndent) Bunlett President, J. C. Isi vici president. A. W. Pitcher; 2nd vie president, Etlward J. -AVocJ; seen, lary.lreasurer, J. Kmer Harris. The directors were selected us Below: Wm. mice, Geo. Duce, W. K. Pitcher, J. Hr AlldeVsou. Geo. Sinngbam, Jas. Leadbelter MDSPS Anderson, D. W. Rollins, V. V. Christie, Dudley Lea- vitt, Hen Laylbn, Mrs. John Holmes, Mr's. J. A. Hammer j and Geo. l- 'it remains for the citizens to set behind Ihtse officers and in .every, way snslai'n their efforls so that WIT may be anqlher record breaker for Ihis worthy" organization. Council Meeting Ilast .evening found the lowu hard "at .work on Hie coroptelion of j Ijie work beeun al the statutory mcct- instant.-'A. Cull quorum present excepting Or. Ilitwn.', Mayor W. E. 1'ilclier was in Ihc chairj a'nii'betore taking up Ihe work made' a brief speech" femlniling Ihe coun- cillors -IHat Ihey were there Jhe 'reprcsenlalives of any seyt, or- canizatioii'or. parly, hut as Ihe s'er: yants of tlie and as such .he jnieasiires would le disposj ed iifin aspiril of fairness and with a view lp'ihe--best inleresls of.lhc town. After the reading of the ruin- ules'ar.d'Ihe reading of the reports of'coiuinlUees the-work of'appointing the-.town employes jivas considered arid were passed as follows: 'Apiioiritment of an auditor for NOW This Uio'roiiglily reliable iirin. Br'ceii Co., Western IHJV Aiitoiiioiiile pleasure- inMistiiig: the for siile. I'rii'cs F; 7-passeuger, cciulpped with snec'ial Knglish top with natural wood hon-n. Also oversize lircs. one This car has only been used1 four months and Is in excellent running .order and appearance. 41 975 00 the "year i has an in- 1 Ihe "J. H. -Medd store and "the li'rni will now bo known as Medd T-he-''. .Tied Cross sewing circle f on -Wednesday slier- the home ot Mrs. J- II. Jledd charge of the work. We S 'fnlEt'-iihat many of the ladies will .'endeavor to allend these, meetings I andvlvelp in this good work. The'Vthoutanil dollar mark has nol yetTbeen reached In Ihe local Pa- I iriolVStfiind subscriplion list and room for more donalions. Tbo'-t'p'mmittee are anilous lo have 1he closed as toon as pos- It is hoped Ib'al every one n0' yet :given will come his EcbECTiplion as soon r-3 posrs'ible. mg --vear jrancb o( the Pjiinqtic-ijocietj- held (heir concert 2Slh. Mr. James Neil held Ihe'lUcky; nnm-' ber, J29, drawing the