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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY X 1920 THE LFTHBR1DGE DAILT HKRAT.B PAGE SINE (a good rain wiiMs.the next tew would H-ork wonders. He gave a num- ber of inBtauces.- nilles east of the experimental' farm the crops could mfch better the old experimental farm there .has hard- ly been enough rain since of May to germinate the alfalfa that was then planted. At Siding the conditions are fairly good.' Some points In the south country that received from one to two boorf rain are comlog along with- but Some Winter Rye Scouts'Have Found in reas. Crops the all obwrblng subject around table at the weekly luncheon of the Lethbrldgo Board of Trade on Friday aud from the discuE- slott it would appear, as if the south, as a la in. pretty fair shape, particularly foe a good yield" of fall rye." R..Marnoch brought In two aamples of rye, one stand Ing orer ail eet in height, vUch wtre op Tom O'NeBl's firm at WDson av.lng. He reported that Mr. O'Neill has sixty acres of the sli-feet variety. This was grown on land ast yesr and the othtr sample, which s flre feet in height was'grown on laud sununertal- owed In 1917. Mr. O'Neill has slity aeree oi the higher and around on? hundred oC the other. R, J. Dinning, o! tho Merchants iknk, coiered one hundred and eighty miles Thursday in a tour around Skiff, Grassy and Tabor, and re- PILLS the paU week, Out got from one-hall an hour to one hour's more Immedi- ately. raolatsre In the last cases very seldom reached Mfficlenlly deep erioWli to to of irafl. O. T. Latirop. covwsd 115 miles east fwtbwuit ot the city yesterday there Is practically pq pr turning as though late-covn train on laud which hu not received, considerable mois- ture lately nMda a rala QUlekty. 0- ported conditions generally Medical science prove? that mv- healthy gums 'cause serious ailments. People suffering rrom Pyorrhea (a dis- ease of the gums) often Buffer fern other ills, such asfheumatitm, anaemia, nervous' weaUraed vital These have been, traced in many cases to the Pyorrhea gernu which breed inpocketiabout the teeth. Four out of five people orer forty have Pyonhei It begins with tender and.bleeding gums, Then the gums i. recede, the loosen ana fall outi or rriust be extracted to'rid the systemoftheinfecUngPyorrheagenas. Guard your health and j-oor teetk i Keep Pyorrhea away. Visit your defi- list often for tooth and gum inspec- 1 tion. and male, daily TOK oi Forbka's. I For theGumi d I iplendld. A ratn'withln the neit weeks will assure the of tint country Iwsnty-flve to thirty bushels so. acre.' If Its dry. spell lasts that' long their erop'ts to drop to ten or fifteen an acre. L Rosslan tiilstlo .is becoming .All'through that- ouautry, .he said, farraerc to put in tall rye this year. firmer has ilx hundred to this, year iind now; haj two hundred In stook. It looks splendid.-. Mr. Marnoch'referred to Mia Hind's-vlsit; to'.the i Bouth' country. Thursday she toured >lho Lethb ridge Northernjdeeert to obtain'first hand Information country. She found that five or inches .below; the surface considerable moisture Is h'eld. Today ehe-is-looking overcrop proa- pfeU In .-.North of Burmls a number of Amer- ican, larrnera are plahbing' Irrigat luslhs valley bottoms some good land for' alfalfa will be Irrigated and they are bringing In large bands ot sheep. Sunt FatrlMd Tarks W. H. Falrfield, of the Dominion ei- .perlmental :f arm, betlrbrld ge, h as Just returned from a Wy'.east as far as Brandon and.Mils morning-stated that the cropY are splendid 'along the main I line of the C" P.-R-; irom what ha learned hearing a splendid crop; 'In Mr, Fairi aid's opin- went Is in for a; three hundred million basha! crop tills yoar., In southern'Alberta tho ctmdltioiLS might-Hot be ta.iorabie'as rn Mani- toba, The crop Is spotted so'bf'tut Merged Event Was, a Huge in Athletic Events' check its used: in and 'used consistently.; Ordinary, dentifrices cannot do this. Forhari'g vnll licep the gums firm and. healthy, thp teeth white and clean. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S.' If your druggist- cannot supply you, send price to us d irect and if e will tube postpaid. 1" FORHAffS, Montreal' PORTHEGUM The Salt That Sa Ton experiment-- Irig- whea you TBW _ meiit for Kcwraa ao4 Bklo tlons. It at onto and ally heals tho akin. "Sample WrT Ointment IE jou mention Uris paper endlead 2c. starap 'orpOFtAge. cot box: Co., I.toiltcd. TOTOGtlX L ''delicious and freshing" mean the inost. ,THE COCA-COU" COMPANY Cnnaifm July 1st and the sun ahone all day and jall afternoon tho children of six In Lethbridge perspired and enjoyed themselves at tho combined church picnics st the exhibition grounds. This was the first plcnio ever held In Lethbridge and If the succesa of Thursday's af- fair carries any weight it ft expect- ed that all the churches and Sunday Schools ot the city will, continue this co-operatiou. in giving the children their annual outing.' 'Close to three thousand old and young, scrambled, over the grand track, and spread to all parts of the grounds. ItVas a joy- aftair and cream and Coca Cola were in great demand. The churches maintained a number oi booths for Ice cream and-soft-drinks and around these the children were always crowding, spending; the nickel mother or father had just given them, Huge -Success Out iu front of the grand stand fe different churches took turnskin run- ning'off thelr.races, the fmalsj staged after' supper. Klders and youngsters alike took great in- terest in the preliminaries; many standing out under the- biasing sun to see the juniors- Vieing with each other iu the races. Taken as a wlio'.e the affair was a huge success and the spirit of co-operation- that prevailed spoke well for the good will that exists between-' Uie churches 'id Lelhbridge. Although, the .children- were not taken miles away- from home, as is done by some churches In Canada, they enjoyed all tho earmarks of a Sunday, school picnic. Thoy diig their Jiands into boxes of sandwiches at tea time and were allowed their flll..Saeh church catered to its own following. The gram! stand was divided for purpose and at tea time the children gathered In; their proper sections The sandwiches were passed around Just aa at any picnic. lemonade help ed considerably under of .the afternoon and the supply cake waa large, i .The. children, were .not. looked (Oly matter of clean sport bnt their. gaBtronomical. desires were an-' peasen. Following the supper the finals were staged and in the different junior wore played. 11 The The following all received; High Juics, J.4, 15 and II yn. Borden Hutton.'KnoT; 2, C. Sand- qulst, Westey. GO yan! ran, (frts 8 and 7 1, Peggy 2, -Anna'IJnjloy. G4rW glrla to a'team- Wesley: Mmrie Porter, Kgm'ar. Sand- quiat, Josephine Edith Ball, Louise.. Osborne. Sack race, boys under 13 Fred Dawson, Jimmle Care, United. Girls' yards, 8 and 9 Bprnlce Oaborno, Wesley; 2, Worfey, St. Cyprian's. Girls' hopping and 13 years Hpleu; Hamilton, Knox; 2, Doris Trellving, Bt Cyprian's, 50 yards, loys 3 Hurry Eric Clayton, St. Mary's. Burdon race, boys 12 and Jack Hottpn, Knox; 2, J. Burrell, K-iox. 50 girla 10 and Var; garet Robblne, United; 2, Catherine Hamillorj, Knox. Over tho top, boys 12 and 13 yeirs Clelland, Jon Morris, Howard Fairbanks, Holmes, .1. Kirgen, Ted Dougall, .Harry Watson, Robert Park, Harry 75 yards, boys 10 and Eric Ccnhough; 1, Win. United: Blindfold race; lady and gentleman Harris and Mr. Green, Baptist, Girls' 50 yards, 12 and 13 Doris Hobcrlu, United; 2, Helen Ham- ilton, Knox. 75 yards, hoys 12 and 13 James Bnrrell, John Watts, United. 75 yards, girls H and Joseph- ine Beaton, Wesley; 2, Marie Porter, dilh, Frank Oniarth; Arnold Odmark. Archie Tommy Blrrell, Jack Bmery, Cbarlle Clyde Turn- er, Charlie Wakellr. In the final baseball competition tweeu Sunday the following were In capturing the prizes: 98 Prizes In All Boys' D asetall Knox: BasebiU commencing to ohow. They held an enthusiastic ccfltlne witS the farmers and got the extermination campaign off to a good start. Mr. within the past few days 'has-held meeUnxs at High River and and a meeting will be held in Picture Butte tonight. Mr. Weir and Mr. Toitrplvlns were out to Pincher Creek yesterday and "re- port good results being obtained there. EXMIESS CAR HOBBErXY Otw June ex- car on the Charleston wd WcS-1 tarn Carolina, railroad vas reported'. rotobad Hear here early loday by ban-j 4lta who gagged arid bound an express I messenger and an anaud guard and made away with ccnstltntlrur, the payroll for the marines at lilapd, 8. C, mask. Boys' Football. Indoor base- ball outat. TDOKESOFTOOULARS HOOK tfcrf Wherwr- It Is Being Used It Gettiijg. Splendid Results. Success -Is heine met with in the hopper fight in southern Alberta. All points where the poison being dlstrlb-l uted by the provincial government has aeen used, reports satisfactory re- sults. Oue farraer, Scott Bishop, told ot. pla'ciug poison around one of his fields. He left a space close to his neighbor's buildings, eo that the tur- keys and hens would not be killed at that he five acres- it no other, point dH hoppers tronhle him. The only source of worry now are tho new outtrwki. These being closely watched for. .H. H. Strickland and "G. H." Torapkina are continual- ly touring investigatinc reports an'rf 'a'siiBiing the farmers In Stops Hair Coming Out; .Doubles Its Beauty. reports nghling s O.' S. principal of the agricultural college 'nt Itaymond anil JTioit'e'd Cardston Wed- nesday night were; the hoppers ard MOTHERHOOD "Wiarton, feel H my duty (o let othprs know benefit I have derived from the use of Dr. Pierce's medicines, and I hope this may bo the means of'inducing some sufferer to try _. these remedies for I know will do all that is claimed for. them. .1 look five or sli bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- tion (Curing expectancy and it did! vvoudcrs for me. I had praeli-j cally no suiToring and have a; lovely health.% baby girl. I have sucli confidence irt tho 'Favoritei. Prescription' I am continuing its use and it'is building me up and' supplying plenty of nourishment for I also took Dr. Pierce's Anuric -Tablets for tho relief of varicose veins and they certainly .worked a miracle. I ofcly took'two bottles." DAVID H, COLLINS, .Wiuion, Ontario. "Fsxvorito Prescription" should have full conBdence of every woman in Canada because it contains no alcohol and no narcotic. Send iOc to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. for trial package tablets, or to branch Laboratory, in Orilarip. Dr. Pierce long since found tie HerHa 'rooia provided By. Nature to overcome constipation, and he had theso vegetables col- lected and made up of-Mayapplc, leaves.of Jalap, little white sugar-coaled pills, that he called Dr. Pellets, and placed them with Uie druggists X few oeots bnrs "Danderlne." ail appllcotJon of "Danderlne" you can not find a fallen hair or'any riandrulf, every hair shows new life, brightness, moro col- or -and Week-End Calgary to Leaving Saturday, June 26 to August 2Q, Returning Sundaysf Jurie.27 to August 2.45 p.m. Calgary fjn. 5.30p.m. Banff. l-V 7.15 'FOR, FARES AND -FURTHER' INFORMATION APPLY TO: J, GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 ALMOST AS FAST'AS TRAVEL race, girls under 12-1, Kalherine Haiuilton, Knox; 2, Annie Reed, Knox. 100 yd. hoys H and Ifi Heglnald EilwJn Skliiner, Wesloy. 3-Lcgged race, lioys undor Tom Harris, Baptist; 2, Melvln Datoe, Baptist. v. 75 yards, girls 1C .and 17 Gladys IMggs, Wesley; 2, Pear( Tay- lor, United. Rnnning 12 nnd 13 EIslo Clayton. St. Mary's; 2, Hel- en Hamilton, Knox.. 100 yards, hoys 16 and 17 Ixrannnl Wilc'oi, St.' Augii.iiiu'g; 2, Hordon llulton, Knox. race, girls over. heth Thomas, Bapfisf; 2, Pearl Taylor, United. Caterpillar race, over U Holmos, Howard Willie Fairbanks, John Watson, J6liii Toz- ard, Harry Tayl6r, Harry Watson, Thread and needle race, lady and Knowldcn and Mr, A. Wright, St. Mary's. 50 yards, girls C and Peggy Kirgen, United; Anna Knox; Clara Unglcy, Eva 'Pcpwofth. Kelllo Vines, Peggy Pareons, Isabel Jnckson, Elsie Underwood, Syhol Ar- iiolrl, Dorothy Olcsser. 50 yards, boy: i Hoy Mart- Afloat on a vronrferful boat. Sunny skies and warm lake sea gulls dipping in the calm blue' waters of l-a.keii Huron and Superior, It's Junel Fall In1 line, everybody, Six times the promenad: a .mite. Is fully prepared to satisfy then keen- -edned iilr appetites. Why You Should Journey East By r First ot the the ship to wander orer. Then there's the Roomy ralilna, some .with with hot and cold running water; and reading light over crery berth. There'are Barber Shops, Smoking Booms, Writing nooms, the Ohsertatlon Hall, with its big'glass windows, lined as a Bnll- roofa in tho evening; iho Music Room and the beautlfnl Dining Room on the Ob: serration Deck, with rlew from eTery seat of passing scenery. "The Ship is Is tho -n-atchwo'nl of the Northern .NaTlgation Jjinc, nnil all tho crew, from Captain down, endeavor.to malte you realise how truo thla really Is. SPECIAL wt-flfc-day evening. "Northern daily paper Issued on shipboard. Afternoon Tea. Social her en- ergies (o entertainment ot the ship's guests, timos around mile.' evening. 3 Sailings Weekly from Dulutb and Port Arthur 1 and "Huronlc" leavo Dnluth every Sunday, Tneaday and Friday; leave Port Arthur every' Mondaj', Wednesday, and Saturday for Samla, Detroit und Windsor. Any railway tlcliot agent will route you by laie and rail upon ren.tiMt, sengers from Winnipeg and many points In Western Cflnmla may have choice at routes from Duluth or Port Arthur. J'or tull information, ask your local ticket agenl, or R, CRAWFORD, 364 Main 6t, Wlnnlpefl. NORTHERN NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITO SARNtA, ONTARIO ;