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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE ELEVEN ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE LORD FRENCH show scenes at the mtetupi uiada lo shoot Lord French it Asutown, Ireland, recently. upper left-band piciure shows a let pointing to a hole made lu the Viceroy's automobile by a In- tended tor Lord French. At the right it tlio tree used-as ail observation 1'Olnt by the iissailant. Note the lad- dor, Beiovr ts an eye-witnCES describ- ing "what happened. DESPITE ADVERSITIES OPTIMISM REIGNS AROUND'COWLEY COLEMAN CONGREGATION HAD SUCCESSFUL YEA Vacancy in the Council A Woman School Trustee Elected iJUitUETT, Jan. the tneetiug of. the new council, Mr. J. 11. Sau3y, who had served for several vcars In succession, handed in his resignation. Owing to this there was no further business transacted, except to hold a meeting on January 12th, to call for nominations to fill tho vac- fTrtm Our' own correBDonaenM COWLUr, Jan. Milton Robinson gave birth lo a daughter on Sunday. _ Miss Wallace, who has been leach- ing in Nightingale, spent the- week end In town Hie guesV o[ her sister, Mrs. D. H. Jlclvor. She left on day morning for Lundlireck where site has accepted the position of teacher first Of Ibe Umdbreck school. Qwi to (he wcather evening, the young folk were unablc to attend the dance at Beaver Mines tended However, Iho ones who at- from the vicinity must have eaioyci ror it IE said that I Iliey danced until the "we sma'hours" OH Monday, Jan. 19th. there wns a I poll bold at Council Chambers to elect a councillor to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. San- dy. R. H. Ostrum ami Alfred Abbolt were candidates. Mr. Ostrum proved tn be lUe popular man and was elect- ed with a large majority, At the first meeting of Ihe council held on January 20lli, Mr, Alex. Ham- ilton was elected reeve, -Mr. Hamilton bad lengthened Into greater ones. The (Special to the HeralS) COLEMAN, Jan. annua congregational meeting of tho Insl lutional Church, Colcman, held on Mo day evening was one of the mo successful in the history of tho co There was a goofl attendance members nnd adherents and a fip! did spirit prevadeJ the gathering. Tho HOT. D. K. Allan, pastor, prei ed. In all Iho reports submitted Ihc meeting there ran a fine spirit of optimism and each showed progress aud great activity. Notwithstanding tho adverse con- ditions during tho year, tho finances of tbo congregation are in splendid condition, showing a surplus of foS. Tho total given to Missions by Hie congregation nnd Sunday School was ?1G4. The Women's Missionary Eoc- ety had a very successful year. Tlio Ladies' Auxiliary had a banner year and raised during (he year 54T9- rhis society hopes to Instal a furnace in the church in the near future and lias already for that uurnoso. Tho Sunday School report was most encouraging, showing great ac- tivity and much encouragement. Mr. James has been appointed Women's Institute- pleased lo receive a cheque for eleven dollars Kent by tho young people of Beaver Mines, Ihc proceeds from, this dance Hiss Mary Drewry-left on Monday evening for Calgary, .to attend the funeral of her cousin, Mr. Hodgson who died on Saturday night. With fifteen inches of snow on the ground tho thermometer hovering superintendent for the ensuing year. Mrs. D. K. Allan continues her Im- portant work among (ho bigger girls, who are organized under the C.G.l.T. It Is finite a force In the congrega- tion by its willingness and readiness to help si all times. The boyg are or- ganized under the Trail Hangers with Ihe pastor, as guide and Inspirator. The following managers were elect- ed for three, two and one yeara IRO1L Nils iiuuiiiiun o--...... ..u.... ...Q n held this ofllce for several years In iarouml 15 below it looks, bail again for Messrs. Cameron, L. Out the past and always gave satisfaction. I the stock. The animals havo become G. II. Johnston was retained as sec- weakened through meagre iced ami seem over susceptible to disease and cold. Many of the farmers about ate iclary treasurer for another year. At Iho annual meeting of the Bail man School District, Sir. X. H. Strom, losing valuable stock especially Mr. II. Slatema nnd Mrs.'Lars John- horses. t ion were named aa a new boarj. Mrs. I Tills country breeds Johni.oii Is the first woman to be c'.cjt-: crop last year, fall pirating all blown ed to public office in those parts. by the recent winds; scarcity of The annual meeting of the Ilurdett. feed; stock dying un-1 yel we do not Consolidated school district was held hear much complaining, our farmers un Saturday January 17th, at Ihc are- bravely doing their best this win school. There was not a large attend- ter and cheerfully hoping fov better ancc of the rate payers. The retiring years In .the future, board consisting of Mr. J. F. Hamilton, Mr. Hart, well known in Cosvley chairmen; Messrs. T. Hums and and vicinity felt last week for Arizona Kiimlln were re-elected by acclama- where ho will engage in cattle raising, tion. Quito n number ot the young people are'enjoying dances given by Mrs. A resolnlfon urging the federal gpv- Uroves nnd -Mrs. Morrow on Saturday crnn'ent to set asido au appropriation 1 evenings in Tustian'a ball. Of for the purpose of The ladies arc asked to make an carrying out a policy'extra effort to attend tho regular and for the re-establishment of return- Inetltuto meeting on Jan- 24. There ed soldiers under the C.W.V.A. re-es- Is to bo something special on thla oc- tabllshmfint plan, was adopted by tho caslon and tlio last part of the meet- Manitoba -ommaml of the Great War ing will bo moro el a tcc'al hour than Veterans' association. i usual. mstte, Jas. Scott, Jas. Allan, Daa Mor- rison, H. Dunlop, Jos. IJmmerson, T. Parry and liolit. King. After the busi- ness resfresbmeiits were served by tho ladles. ACTS AS SECRETARY IN RETURN FOR TAXES 6rapesNuts Contains its own sugar In this sturdy food you get a ready cooked cereal with its own sweet flavor, not from sugar added in mak- selfdeveloped from wheat and malted barley. Save Sugar by eating a -at Grocers. >Iade by Tortum Cereal Ca Md. Wmdjor, Ontario. frVnm Our Own WINN1PRKD, Jan. school hoard held a meeting Friday to elect' their secretary. Ed. Gossclin was not very high. He made an offer for the price ot lila 1520 taxes which they tartly agreed lo accept besides H is noney saved for tho school. A. K.