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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 24, 1920 TKF, PAGE THIKIHW (From Our Owa COALDJkLK, Jan; IS. Vow an a h will be a tttto- to vita UM a P. R. in dis- tributing water after company deJtrered It, at 8. W. end of dlalrtet.1 Ditca. will be hlr- by dlrtctort aad Vi under bl control. Tata wa. trUd la District lait aad a nccau. Ckta kad a UBM laat at Khool. MW an now at work la Ckfa Matt. Black Kkool and O'Brtw. .K a policy ta haraoay wrta MM of tkafar will anted for tadntry aai HSION LOOKS FOR lactlon conacfl grumble. to do to aUri.wiu: will hire '.to.be' bamd, Mali and .to cut down ot g'uBv'boota. aud.wbo it uM that poker. gaiJies, and, Illegal would IQ rooted out and ped? 'Who would be a Tillage coun- Paikaacwr aid Tuaia rriaay In o! the atoraa, MIH fvittr'tm 'a wy- talk talaM. not dbcour. tft the Snndar, botk and. Misses. Young and Jackson _ lalnad'a friends the other tTMiaf. A UnM'wtSi at cards.-- The1 enterUlnment rlast evening waa a (rait.d 'tucceii. contrecaUou Hew to of ABBM! Our Own Dooue" in a treat. All the local 'latent did 10 well that the only crtUctom we that It much for the. money.' There li no'longer any doubt' in' the mind at any to the success of the niovfng' picture roachttfe.': The, jwrfor; iimncn teat week was equal any com- mercial machine and 'type'of Him waa'iway ahead ol tM 'uifcal.' Mrs. H. A: SuKitt and her mother, and three yoiiujer.chnare'iii lift today were unite _ waa conducted by the Tunis Boyi claw. TWi quite an inno- rallon aad Interest created ted Ixwk out when tht rtris to attaa uriy data; ari.wwmlag ei a play Tke 8. 8. 9. atoo baty a play. K> that ORHSTOK', B.C., Jan. Tin inter- city banquet ttafed by Crettpn Board ot on clrht at, the conclusion o( the oa- nual meetliK-wu a splenJIJ In enrj' There a delna- lion consisting of President. R. E, Beattle, J. P. Fink and F. Xt. of the Cnmbnwk board dent minister'! ctipend Are a, mouth behind schedule on the work but until Uth to completa tho canyati. Official Humphrey ot the United of 11.C. was hero on Saturday, to the U. F, A. con- at CaJfarr, Alia., and additw a on Saturiuy nbjht. and' after kit u was to form local ot tbe U. ot B.C. Twenty paid anaoa) aaMainwnt of J! and a can ts being of enry In the Valley. CTOE- tco. will ka and bnr.cbaa are llkdy to formid at Erlckion, Caayon, aad tit toldler at Llittr. Tht old lllumlnant, oil, after beinc itatlonao1 at 40 (rats a gallon for at least the pact itz a week been booited to 14 The Valley hens are back on yroduotlon Job In good earawt ud u a retult are at and P. A. Starkey, Nelaon, president 1C cents at with a prospect of the associated boards ot EasUrn of receding to 70 oenti More B.C., aa well ai a full turnout oi tec li out. Memberi ot Creaton organisation After an'Mcellunt re- past, by a committee ot ton Institute, bad been done fall justice too, the, speechmaking fol- lowed... Jleun, -Spreul, and "of t tuttn. Remember vlctte tht pro; mme tor xwk Jan- uary Scnday at 11 a.m f hureh price; the ucreUInc of a memorial tablet to the Coaldale mw' killed In war. Warrin will ling "In Flandtr's 'Tonne and Jackson There will be proprlate SUriuy: handling- the'toaati a.ilgued them In; particularly happy .who had been hottort were coBienwd on tfo Creiton Jai. Compton rxlnr appointed the Kootfnay director of Ihe B.C. Tmlt Orowera' Aaaoclatlon for thl fourth tarffi, and John fillnoo waa uaiued a director of the B. C. Honey Prcxiucen' Anoclatlon. Tbi yearly juet to hand shoKr that the ed for' a second term u Vslley ayalrlei yielded over ton: for an exteade'd Island. Mr. and Mra, Geo! Helgkea.left is it their daughter" In Great KallB, Mont.. Tomorrow the.S. S. S. club masquej- ade The Pathfinder and claescs meet as uaual. Wafer Uten Aiaoclatlon Tlie Coaldalo Water Users Irrigat- ion District Is now organized. This di3trlct runfi in a general northeasterly direction and In Coaldale village about the centre. The directors are Messrs. Kerr, Hulls and There are 55 quarter sections in the district. The meeting last Saturday to form the district was. unanimous for the aiove. The purpose of the district Is jinuart grand en- tertainment .wtta the following pro- "JHagari by..Rev. Capt Denooa of Knox church, "Somn Wonderful of tbe Great War." 3_MOTlng picture; "A Wedding in nritany. An Elephant Hunt." Items. Picture, "The Tragedy of the Mill." Picture, "Arts and Crafts .In the Malay Solo. Picture, "Toto Decides to was la ciirse of Junction, handl- ing thetftair In masterly atyle all the way through. The annual meeting of the Crsstoa Board of Trade" on Taeiday nUlil re- sulted (n all the of (leers, excop'. the executive council, being eleclul by acclamatlpn. The reports presented by the treamrer -showed that the board had handled >a little over 5SM during the twelve months, about halt ot .which had been along var- ious Hues in an endeavor to get Join! action ty- the provincial and federal authorities to demonstrate the feasi- bility or otherwise of the drainage oi Kootecay Fiats. The publicity com- mittee had got away with almoii while the same amount had been re- quired for dues and delegates', ex- penses to the 1919 meeting ot the asslcated hoard's of trade contention at Reyelsloke lust year. The now officers are Guy Constable, president; R. S. Sevan, vice-president, C. F. Hayes, secretary-treasurer; ciccutirc council, G. Johnson, S. A. Spccre, W. o( honey year. The cold ana? that lait week jut what was wanted b> Ice usen, In'barrel! now being in full iwlnr, the frown fluid on the Goat .Rivor being about a fool thick BLUE RIBBON TEA The best tea packed in Canada, can be bought for 75c per pound Why pay more? '63 Lad winter the weather to mild that Ihe leu >upply had to be Imported from Crowioeat. H. AtklnioK, a representative of the SpeaynxXor Co., here this week, I coridltlon, rots need aot Once TOU every take an Tablet occasloMlty .Jrtifa Inaigttt ViirousnosA conttlpatloa 2nd you can alwayi your Kernembcr kterinc wtn cultr cheaper than, well, Get a 23o box RtnMdK (NR try it It ii guaranteed aM i. 0. Higlnbothsrn A Co., Ltd, 25c BT lit it Continues Claresholm An- ticipates Victims Will Knoib (Prom Our Own CMTMo. CLARESHOLiM, Jan. ther for past four days In this Istrlcl like unto that of oij.; Stock ,m the ranges are he effects of the last chance. If continues at present triers no doubt be loaees befo.-a Jarch. A A cats of h reported here elng ol a mild type- A young lady ttendlng the college being afflicted. daughter of Otto and Augusta EdKnd of this town was taken to the Calgary General KoBpltal yesterday morning, to undergo operation for .ppendicitia. are glad to report ahs dulng well might expected. Much sympathy In felt here for the >ereaved of the two unfor- that perished in tho Em- pire Hotel at Calgary. Both boys were .kaom In Claresholm. kavros resided here tor and through having ived at Drahuni. of the Wilton Hotel attended iuunitice njents' meeting at Calgary thla week. lie was accom- panied dodley who attend- ed thfi convention. U Is re- ported1 that the price of jewelry will take a Jump here after this week. Tht bowling team from here will Journey to ftaroal toidorrow night to break the tie two towns. >lrs, Coburn o( David Hum- age at the Centra! Meat Market ar- la' from Scotland this. week.. Mfi. Cohnra leit bcre about (Ira months ago to take tip her ptrrBanent in heather land Tho conditions ef things In Iho old country had so changed that (lie long hrsT for AHjwtd tot the best of Mrs Mother's Coughs and Ids Go Quickly She cannot afford lo Ixsick ind mgltct her houirhold duiJB. At mi first torm prepares the way for quick recovery by the immediate us< of Gray's Pi household preparation of siity t The poor little lingers blis- tered and hurt terribly- M other was .big sister for the They bandaged the riand, withpl enty of Menthol alum. Pain (toon stopped and the broken were gently healed in a few daya. The little hand was wtll Mentholatum is good for many "little as cuts, nervous headache, tired feet, etc. Stockings for cold weather Buster Brown Stockings will lighten the clothing bill this winter. They are sensible, closely-knit stockings, that will amply protect your boy against the cold, yet can be bought much more reasonably than other winter stockings. Buster Brown Stockings wear less mending, too. They're knitted with three-ply heels and toes, and double-ply legs and feet. They give extra shaped to they hold their color. t Get Buster Brown Stockings for your boy or boys this winter. They will lower the clothing account, especially if your family is large. Ask for Buster Brown durable economical kind. BUSTER BROWN'S SISTER'S STOCKINGS are ideal for the girls. Fine quality two-thread English mercerised lisle, in Black-, Leather Shade Tan, Pink, Blue and White. Splendid wearing, moderately priced. Chipntan Holtox Knitting Co., Limited Hamlton, OKI, ;