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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, TUB UmiHHUMiK 1M1I.1 FAfip. Practically An Entirely New F. A. Elects Of- Leaving O'rqm Our Own WAMMJIl, Jan. Saturday last tho Consolidated school districts annual meeting was held in the sc house. A largo number of ratepayers Vednesday. This being their first mnual meeting whim seteral matters jf importance wero brought ttp, fl- nluclsl statement was given out by .ccretary, Mrs. Hummell. Election ol i officers took by Mrs. C. A. Hunt, president; Mrs. 0111, vice president; Mri. Hummell, sere- lary-lreasurer; Mrs. Hunck and Mrs. S. 1. Harris .auditors; Mrs. Doherty and Mrs. Henry Blleri, Mn. Jochem, directors. Mrs. C. A. Hunt was appointed as delegate to attend tho convention in Edmonton In March. In case sho be unable to atteod, Mra. C Llloyd Orlllths was appointed aj substitute. Mrs. Doherfr. Henry Ellcrt asslBled tho hostess in serving lunch. The ladies decided to give a good old llmo danco in Ellen's hsll on the evening of Feb 6th. A leap year ball, one that will be long remember- being present. Tho various report woro ivad and commented on, the showing being equal to Iho averago. Tho various amendments made dur- ing tho last session of the legislature wcro explained, and tho meeting pro- ceeded to elect trustees for the var- ious districts. The. only district in which a vole necessary was Iho old Warner district, threo men being nominated, Aiuslle winning easily over his opponents. Morton and Con- nor. Somo discussion was had over tho extra taxation Imposed tills year on the village of Warner, hut a letter from the Department of Education was read, which .put an end to Iho debate. Tho trustees elected ou tho board this year are as follows F Ainslie, A. Jochem, S. J. Mlllliacm W. L. Mlsensol, C. Doena, C. Treidl Mr. iMililmcm U the only old member to be re-elected, but Mr. Jochem was on tho first board and served for two years. Thore was no contest' in district except tlio old Waruer. U.F.A, Officers On Wednesday afternoon the annua meeting of the Warner local of Ih U.r.A. was hold huro for tho elccdot oi officers, nnd delegates to the Cal Bury convention. The officers elcci cd are as follows: I, F. Howlauc president; M. Dow, vice-president; J Moe, secretary. The meeting fairly well attended. Feed Situation The feed situation hero has been Itoved during the new year, somo flit cars having been set off here slue Jan. 1st. This is an improvcmen over Ihe record during the end 1919, hut farmers and feed men sa it Is only a drop in the bucket shou tnoiher cold spell visit tlio distrlc Farmers will ho well advised to plac nil their orders for winter and sprii: requirements immediately. Mr. and Mrs.-A. D. 0. Rhodes, wh have sn-Mit tho holidays with Mr ilhodcs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bugke returned lo their homo In Jlockyfo last week. Mrs. Uugker is at prcse In tho hospital in Lethbridgc, who she underwent an operation. It It r jorter that Ghc is doing well. Miss Lillian Mohan, who was norcd to Minneapolis for txeatmci ;B also reported to bo doing nicely. T. J. Dopew, of Medicino Hal, lharge of the power plant conRtn :lon at Uayniond en the ment Agricultural fichool :own hDlvrcen trains on Mrg. Mangin was a Lctiu...: ;.i )r Uiis week. Merchant Leaving G. II. Burke, who has been engaged in the general store business here for -.-xo or (hrcc years, Is liusy packing Ma stock, having purchased1 a business iirtbcr norlli. This will leave Warner K-iih only one general store. Mr. Burke's friends are sorry to see him leave, ami wish him success in his new location, Mr. of Cnrmangay is at pres- :nt visiting Mr. and Mra. H. nurke. II, Ilrownc was n Calgary visitor Wednesday on business. C. Morgan arrived on Tuesday to till a vacancy on the Bank of Com- a'ercc slaff. ed by all who are Jucky enough to at nd. Invitations are being Issued at ce. The Invitation committee is mposed of Mesdames Ilunck, Urlt hs, Giles, aqd they are trying hard over look no one and to show Just what they OB do. Mrs.-J MUST GROW COTTON WITHIN THE EMPIRE from America go to show that Lancashire cannot rely upon supplies of raw cotton from he United Slates. The Manchester Chamber of Com- nerce today decided, owing lo tin grave danger of a future shortage of coltou with which the In- lustry is menaced to urge tho Govern- ment to take steps without delay lo ddvanco by every means in Its power he growing of cotton, ivithlu the Em ilro. Sir William Barton suggested that Mesopotamia might be utilized in thm direction. Jochem is to be- floor manageress with her helper. Mrs. irwiu Is now Tlslllng her daughter, Mrs. Barrett, of Bil- lings. Mont., after her extended Thlt In Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lefflngwell of Warner were visitors In town on Tuesday, Mrs. J. Bruce has returned lo Cal- gary after spending tho past two months with ilr. Bruce. Bad Windstorm Causes Trouble For C. P. School Meeting Held (From Our Owl CorrcscJif-no DEM.KVUK, Jan. Hut- ton went to Calgary to enter tho hos- pital for an operation. Relieves experienced one c( the worst wind storms Its tlslorv oa Tuesday when there were several chimneys and windows blown oul, also twelve freight cars at the Hillcrest sldlns were blown on tho track Into tho river and the big C. P. n. derrick camu up from to put them ou the track on Thursday. A large number of tho Bellevue I. O. 0. K. jieonlc went to Dlairmora to pi-escsl at the joint Installation o! the nialrmoro officers. They report having had a ewil time. Mr. Robert Connelly, one of Ihe old- est residents of the Pass who cele- brated his birthday on Christmas day. leturneu homo fruru Plncher Creek, where he spent the holiday sea- son with his sister. The annual meeting of the Bellevuo ratepayers was held on Wednesday, when quits a lot of business was clear- ei up. At tho close of the mcetlne there was an election oJ school trus tecs. There -vero two nominees, Mr. Walter Warn and Mr. Noble McDua- ald. Mr. Warn was elected, receiving 55 votes and Mr. McDonald 14. Mr. P. Williams, superintendent of the Bel'.evuo mine, went to Cale to attend the meeting of the operator! there this week. Charlie.Ray returned home- this week from Oregon, where ho. sptst somo tl'fle. Don'l forget the big Burns concerl and dance In tho Workers' Hall 01 January 23rd. Come and have a tood time. CLAIMS TO BE CHAMPION SASKATCHEWAN RED LONG DISTANCE WALKER Our CUOSSS TO ENGAGE COMMISSIONER FRANK Jan. 16.-MH. t-orke Jan .he guest of Mrs. Codoba Sunday. chewan UeJ Cro85 StKMr hls Mrs. Win. Thresher, from Colcman. ej i. commissioner, organli- spent the week-end with friends In cr and general supervisor tor the carrj'T r'ranV. ing out of Iho Red Cross peace pro- Mrs. Blaachnrj and Mrs. Curry, gram in this province. This program Irom Hurtnis, made several calls In 'conspicuously 'includes a more ade-- Prank Tuesday. t iquato uuning system for the- whole A big "Mocca !n Danco" Is schedu'- province. Qualifications for the com- ed at Iho Krank akatlng rink Friday rnlsfiionersliip Include medical servlc.6' evening. Mr. Filalr always makeB It joverseas and a general understanding pleasant for his xuesu st tho rink. lot ilia motUcal needs ol Mre. W. C. Webb and mother arfe I Saskatchewan Red Cross society tho guests of Mrs. Thresher in Cole-lwill recommend to the annual meet- man this week. Ing of the Canadian Red Cross conven- A whist drive WES given at the lion next month in Toronto, that to home of Mr. McKlhage Friday night, each province be returned from tho' Mr. Donkln won tho booby prize for tho gentlemen, an-> Mrs. H. Mooro for tho ladles. Violet rttches- claims to he the champion long distance walker In this district, walking from UUlcrest to central fund, ll's fair proportion of. the surplus money lott after the -war expenses had been met. Tbe Slar-Bulletln, ollicial paper of Sing Sing prison, may be forced to Frank In nine minutes. Soma say she i suspend- There Is not ft newepaper- was scared. confined In tho Jail. FRANKLIN TOURING CAR, MRS. C. A. HUNT HEADS WOMEN'S INSTITUTE THIS YEAR AT MILK RIVER I (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Jan. A. Hunt )ml son, Thos. Hunt returned trom a business trip to Lelhbrldgo ou Wed ncsilay. Miss Dora Chlldcrs of Burclclt lias uiseii a position with A. n. Shea. Swiiriz returned from Calgary 311 Tuesday bringing buck with htm his bride, formerly Miss Bertha ilederer. The community wish them aiucli prosperity and happiness In tlic-ir new life. Mr. and Mis. A. A. Ford and babj Mex ore in Lotlibridgo for a few days Walt. Quinn madti a trip to Lcth bridge on Mondny. Jlr. K. U. Luke, o! Sweet Cms BAS III town oil Monday. Miss Mario Hollander Is nctlng pos master for a few during M I'ord's absence. Mrs. C. Lloyd Griffiths enlcrinliie nt five hundred on Monday nigh C. A. Hunt ivon the first prize Confiolntlou won by Mrs. Ilonry Kllcr Mrs. K. Ilimck made n Irlp Bwoet Crrass on Monday, Mrs. Harris mot with Hie misfortune I on Saturday of falling on the Ice will breaking her wrist. Mr. nml Mrs! Stewart and son, made trip to on Tues- day. Little Gertrmlo Ellcrl tins keen con- fined (o her homo for tho past week Ibrougli Illness. A sptcily recovery for her Is hoped. A delightful party was given by Master Thos. Klrkfoy on Saturday eve- ning- Gomes and dancing were In- dulged In tml dainty refreshments hy Ills mother, Mrt, Xlrkby. A school hoard was held in Saturday, but owing lo tho poor p.ltendanoe It was postponed until when It 13 hoped cvcryono wll !ako an Interest. Mr. nnd Mra. Joe Swartz an Henry returned from Calgary Til lay after attending the Swarl [lederer wedding, Mr. Dlllworlh of Conzct bridge was a business visitor In on Saturday. Xorman Ross made a (rip (o Lcth- brlclgo on Tuesday. Tho Inntltulo mot at tho twnc of -Mrs. C. Uoyfl Griffiths or. The Greatest Road Car in America New York to Boston und return (458.8 miles) In 12 hours, S Indianapolis to Syracuse and beyond (832.6 miles) in Cincinnati lo Cleveland and return (553 miles) in 15 hours, 45 minutes- Boston to Syracuse and return (693 miles) in 24 hours, 20 minutey with a woman New York to Montreal (398 miles) in 9 hours, 59 t _ "Waterloo, Iowa, non-stop, dirt roi'i record (865.4 miles) io 24 THE demonstrations of the readability of tfie Franklin Car that have taken place all over the country arc intended merely to callallenlion to this Franklin to prove it, Its daily performance in the hands of its owners u doing that, Yet the consistency with which Franklin Can are making and breaking road records from point to point is significant to most motorists, for the cars used are stock models and differ in no way from the average Franklin. Why Franklin Averages Fast Time The above performances arc feats only made possible by Franklin principles of light weight, flexibility, and correct balance. They make rid- ing comfortable and handling easy and safe under all conditions. Rough stretches and sharp turns therefore do not slow the Franklin up ai they do other cars. And with heavy, rigid weight eliminated, due to tire accidents are almost unknown. Theie runs mentioned produced only one puncture and no blowouts. In daily use the average it better; three punctures in the life of a complete let of No Cooling Trouble Delays Important in the making of these is Franklin direct air cooling (no water to boil or Leaky radiators and over-heating never hnlt the Franklin. Particularly of late, motorists are hearing much about light weight without seeing its results demonstrated. We shall be glad to show you, on the scales and on the road, genuine light weight is and what it tO m'tlti tt> thcgalhn ef gosetins milts to the Jtt tf tires 50% sltwtr yearly depreciation car con- venience f6r five passengers, cbuplcd with Franklin road- ability and reliability. The most practical year-round car. the ad- vantages ol Franklin light weight nnd flexible construc- tion in a two passenger open car. FOUR PASSENGER ROADSTER-A convenient attiactive Compact, yet having ample room for four. personal, enclosed Franklin Car, inti- mate whsn used by two, commodious when carrying four, D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. Lethbridge, Alberta ;