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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t�AGE EIGHT TfiE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1918 DISTRICT NEWS lW,REIDiS MEW MAYOR ' OFBOWISLAND Heads Poll By Two To One Over Opponent-New Council-1 lors f (From Our Own Correspondent) Bow Island, July 5.-July 2n(l was Bow Island's erea.1 and gala day. Intense inlerest was manifested by all citizens in the election of mayor and councillors. The candidates tor the majtjralty vacan%T were apparently both heavily supported by electors nnd the contest was keenly ^^-atched. In fact the polling booth was practically obllviated from the crowd of business men eager to calculate the probable result. Motors buzzed and ihummed election tones throuchoiit the day. and Policeman Bedell was constantly confronted with congested traffic. When at seven o'clock the ballots were counted J. W. Reid headed the poll as mayor by, practically two votee to one over R. H. Roberton, ex-mayor. The three vacancies in the council were awarded as follows: Swennumson>. 52 votes; Rolphe, 4" ;votes; J. W. Kurd, 42 votes. R. S. Seattle was only two votes be-3ow J. W. Hard. The other candidates were in order of voting merits: C. H. Bell. F. W. Brown. A. C. Russell, J. H. Paterson, a. Pollitt. The final returns brought much cheering and applause from the large crowd who had nwaited results. The successful candidates headed the procession up town �where treats were frequently and lav-Ifihly ordered tor supporters' enloy-jnent. Maypr Reid will be officially initiated tonight upon the opening of council. Mrs. L. A. Ostrum entertained a feumber of little folks Saturda-y afternoon at her luraie on Broadway, it being the seventh anniversary of Miss Greta's arrival. ' Fourteen little girls enjoyed the afternoon in merry ^ames, after which a birthday tea was served. Mr. DrunHnottd-spent ih4 week-end in l*thbridge. '  ' Mr. and Mrs. H. Wares have returned from Medicine Hat and taken up residence on their farm southeast of town. Mrs. Joe Kimmitt of Burdett vras the week-end guest of Mrs. J. Halpln. Broadway. Mr. Kerstein of tiie Union 'Bank etatf spe�it::tli8 holiday with friends In Medicine .Hat. Mr. Gordott' ,EyaniB left Saturday evening for Sarcee 'Camp, Calgary. Mrs. Fisher of Wlnnifred was the euest of her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Wil-ffiot, Broadway^ on Tuesday. Sad toss.V The sympathy of a wide circle of friends Is erteaded to Mr. and Mrs. *Ved Elford and family of Burdett in the sad loss of their dear and devoted daughter, Ruth, who passed a^yay in Lethbridge � on ;Simday. Ruth's departure is . keenly felt by all who knew and loved her hut her memory will ever;riemain. a glorious light. Mr. T. R. Blaine left Wednesday for the east Where he will visit with his parents for a. time. Mrs. Blaine and family," who have beeia guests in the east during 'tHe.pas't few months, will petum with Air. Blaine. Mr, aild.Mre.'E,,.!. Henderson entertained. Mr.l and 'Mrs.. J. N. Henderson and".daughter of Lethbridge over the week-ond. An .Accident. A Tery regrettable accident occurr-iBd last week'a'tithe farm of Mi. P. Burger when a gun his son was shooting with apcldentally discharged. The boy had set the gun upright on the ground, placing his hand over the tarrpl. In ^sorne. inezpHcible manner the gun dlechargftd tearing away one finger and severtog the centre ligament. The boy was/ rushed to Medicine Hat -^vhere-he received attenWon, afterward proceeding to'Calgary where he reported'for military duty at Sar-see Camp. ^ Rev. Gilbert and hla .mother arrlv-ted here from Edmonton/ today. � They were tendered a reception by the lad-toe of the Unl'ted church at the parsonage where a tempting repast awaited them', Mrs. Gilbert and family will tollow shortly. i Mrs. J. L: Hurlbut has had as her guest during the past week, Mrs, tKJulg Hurlbut of Champion. Mrj Richard Dodds and Mr. Smythe motored to Lethbridge lasit week-end. Mrs. Andrew Fuller returned from Calgary on Saturday^ Mr. J. R. Agar and family moved on Tuesday'to ^amwejl. ,Mr; ft^d. Mrs. J. Reid and family of 6th A,veniue ''A" South, Lethbridge motored down on Saturday and spent STOCK RANCH 1000 Acres East^of Innisfail Good house, two largo, barns, 10^ miles of fencing, 2,miles of lake frontage and springs. Plenty of moisture and good grass. 125. acres cultivated,. 20 acres sum-, nierfallow balance In oats, barley and tame hay. For quick sale, price i |Z7.$0 �d ww. 'JAPPLYTO - Eeidaril^SMpitiiBsLtdv 301 Altferte- Corner, � Calgar y.V CHAMPION NEW: 0 the holiday as, guests-of Mr. J. W. Uoid, Broadway. . .Mr. Shon, who has been residing sou:heast of town during the past few months, ha^ loft to reside in the Grasfiv Lake district. Miss L. I'aVk.s left on Sunday for Letlibridge where she expects to reside In future. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Schonort were guests in Etzik^m over the holiday. Mr. F. .MacWiUiams was a visitor to Foroniost on Frid.iy. .Mr. and Mrs. L. C.irlson and family of Grandloa were week-end visitors here. .Miss Caldor spent the holiday with her parents in Whitla. Dr. Mimro motored to Calgary on Monday. ^ Jliss Kavanagh and Miss Hall of the -teaching staff left on Saturday for Nova Scotia whore they will remain during the holiday season with their fani!iiitt5. Miss Fkjining wiM spend tho coming weeks of vacation with her parents, Mr. and Jlrs. Fleming. Princess Avenue, Medicine Hat. Mr. Paterson left on Saturday for Edmonton. Mrs. M. Brophy- was a visitor to Medicine Hat on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe and family, who have been residents In the Etzi-kom district for some months past are returning to their farm southeast of town. Mr. Carl. Carlson returned on Wednesday from a trip to Sweet Grass, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .Milroy and Mr. and Mrs. F. AV. Taylor spent the 4th of July in Medicine Hat. -Mr. and Mrs. Seattle and Miss Su-thergreen of Nora Scotia are guests of Mrs. Hi E. Beattie, Broadway. Mr. Harry Kline has returned to the Wilmot-Henderson garage after an absence of several months^spent at Red Deer and Calgary. Quite a crowd of our youthful lads motored to Sweet Grass yesterday to celebrate in a titting manner America's great Fourth of July. A special meeting of the Bow Island board of ':rado was held in the I.O.O. F. hall on Wednesday evening. Because of the seriousness of the crop prospects In this district it was decided that the board of trade get into immediate communicaticn with Food Controller J. D. McGregor of Regina and endeavor to have the proper precautions taken to assure farmers that sufficient wheat will be left in the country for the seeding neede of the farmers next spring. The elevators at this point have shipped out every available bushel and many of the farmers sold all their surplus in the early spring. It is absolutely useless to camouflage crop conditions in this vicinity-the 191S crop is practically a total failure. In fact if rain is not forthcoming at an early date all hopes ot harvesting even green feed will be sharered. It is therefore not only expedient but essential that immediate steps be taken to retain sufficient grain in Western Canada for the requirements ot the anticipated acreage to be sown neit spring. The local branch of the W.M.S. held a very Interesting meeting yesterday afternoon at the residence ot Mi-g. A. C. Russell. Mrs. L.,M. CuUen left on Wednesday for Lethbridge where she will spend I the week visiting friends. Mr. J. L. Hurlbut, Herber Street, was a visitor to Lr3*thbridge yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Allen are being congratulated on the birth of a daugh ter. Mrs. Braa and Mrs. Roberton were guests in WhiUa yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Trailer are guests ot their daughter, Mrs. Fetters in Lethbridge for a few days. Mrs. and Miss Pederson of Pleasant View were 'the guests of Mrs. F. Brophy on Thursday. Mrs. E. H..WIlmot was the guest of Mrs. A. Caughey, Burdett over the holiday. (From Our Ow� CorrespondenH Champion, July 3.-Mrs. J. Harper, president of tho Rbd Cross, with her daughter, has loft for Palouso, Washington: Mrs. Harper having been called away on account of her father's fniling health. The. president has left the work of tho Red Cross in tho hands of difljercnt workers, nnd every one is nskoa to read the Red Cross news each week, and get into Unb with tho Red Cross drive. Tho Institute ladies will have charge ot tho work Friday, July 5, at the church, Friday, July 12, will be in charge ot tho country women at the homo of Mrs. Maynard, three miles east of town. July 19, Friday, will ho in charge of the ladles' aid at the church. Friday, July 26, In the church under tho supervision ot Mrs. F. Johnson. The last sewing meeting was held in tho church. The following ladlcr. wore present. Jlrs. Thos. GUI, Miss Brown.Mrs. L. J. Adnms. Jlrs. H. Gill, Mrs. V. Adams, Jlrss^Geo. Harper, Jlrs. J. Harper, ^Irs. F. Smith, JIlss JIabel Smith, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. R. Stnrr, Jlrs. A. S. Roberts, Jlrs. Mills, Mrs. F. Johnson, Jlrs. JIcLean, Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Guytons nnd Jlrs. Anderson. The following who .were not able to attend tho meeting reported sowing at homo: Jlrs. Booth, Hazel Blusson, Jlrs. J. N. Boaubler, Jlrs. Bond, Mrs. JIcDougall, JNIrs. Lobban, Jlrs. Chamberlain and Mrs. Anderson. The local branch shipped 157 articles to headquarters Calgary, las: week. Shipment as follows: 2 pyjamas, S dressing gowns. S day shirts, II operating gowns, 7 bed socks, 7 face cloth Turkish towels, 24 towels, 15 face cloths knitted. 3 Trench caps knitted, 7 pair socks, 35 handkerchiefs, 26, trench caps, 2 nurse's aprons, 2 personal property gabs. Don't forget the next sowing session in the church Friday this week. .\ place In the Red' Cross work for every lady throughout the community. U. F. A. Fileetlng A reorganiztion meeting ot the local U. F. A. was held in Marios' Hall Saturday evening, June 29. About 25 men were present. Mr. P. Itr.cher toilr charge of the mepti:'s and Mr. J. N. lieaubier acted as ~.ecretary pro ton;. Tnc chairman afto." stating the object ot the gathering and a fc.v otU(:r remarks Jlr. Rachor de.-lai-od the mcet-inR open for disci'ssioji. Frank Srjilh. Clarence D.ivis. .1. N. Beaubier and H R. Hadd"n spoke most highi.' ot tho tr. F. A. org'ani7.at!nn3 and strongly urged that a loonl bo iiiangur'atcd in '^hamoion. Follow in; l!ie t'.'scussioii t'.ie chairman callod fOT the electioui ot officers which were as follows: pvesident, Jlr. V. Kacher; vice-prosi-denf. Mr. C. Davis; 2n-l vice-president, 'Mr. 11. Smith; secrutary-tyeasurer, Air R. ? Cool. The newly elected secretary was authorized to attend a TJ. F. A. convention of secretaries which Is to be held in Calgary this week. Tlie date of the next meeting will be announced later. Yale School Picnic Miss JIargaret Patterson closed a very successful term of school Thursday, the 27th of June, and-on Friday a picnic was held at the river near .Mr. Frank Johnssn's. It was largely attended by the people ot the district. The'children and grov.'n ups were lib erally treated by the school. After lunch the program called for races. P izes were won by several ot the chlluren in foot races. In the fiit women's rac?, we congratulate Jlra. Latter on winning first prize, 5 cents, which was quite an appropriate sum in times like these. Mrs. Patterson in P) tho slim �woinon'9 rnco llkowlso' won B i cents. Jlra Groves wont.tUo young uion'a race. ,\\{o ,do .not,^noi�,9v^mt ho \.\ grtlnft'ft do fflthMl/o'ptjlzo money, but Jim is .tslking Irnctor. Mr, Myo sons recently called to tbe':front, gave a Jersey holfer. R. W. Bradshaw, $50.00. The Presbyterian Ladlbs'.'Aid $25. John Searle, ia horse; / And the committee report not a' perskon in our district "who did liot contribute something,when asked. -When all la settled a sum ot sbout $2,600.00 will be realized. Our Red Cross had tho name of being one of; the, best in the Dominion last year, and !\ve hope to keep the same ^ood record this yean , Much credifls due I^. W, Bradshaw, president-of the Bocldty, tho general TH? Trouble comes to all of us at one time or another. . The man with a stiug bank account, is fortified against the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune". It is the duty of every man to lay aside something for the inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account today-and take youE first step along the road to Independence. _ ^ JProsperoua Gity 'ISO.OOO.dOO worth of Grain andolh^r field pico-ducts pass, annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside: a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond ot two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. executor, administrator, assignee, etc. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STREET 8. lethbridge, alberta PHONE 1843 WE OFFER GITY OF CALGARY Ten Year dold Debentures in Denominations of $500.00 and $1000.00. Interest payable on first of June and December at par; and Interest YIELDING SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM an exceptionally high rate ot interest combined with absolute security. t SEND YOUR ORDER TO The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDINQ. J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY. RED DEER. 8TETTLER. Head Office: Montreal. OF LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. . , CANADA. Established 1864. R. J. DINNING,'Manager. V. A. EBERLY, Acting Monaiier. _M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Manager. P. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders^' Supplies of AH Kinds CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING' YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCING MATER-lAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE trrom Oiir Own CorresBoiia�nt� Magrath, July 5.-The celebration on July 1st at Magrath was a huge success and proved to be a banner day for the Red Cro�� as all proeeeda went to that worthy Mtociatlon. Owing to continued dry weather In our district the vote for a celebration was not entirely unanlmoui, however, the people proved to be real support-erg of a good caus^ and a large sum of money for th� Cross was the result. Nearly all the homes and business houses were decorated in the national colors showing the patriotic >Bplrll of the people. The,day's activities her gan with a cannon salute at sunrise. At 10.30 a large crowd gathered  at the Assembly Hall to listen to a splendid programme. The hall was beautifully and artistically'decorated, one feature of this was u huge Red Cross in the center of the stage, which was electrified by our local , electrician and made an elaborate center. Much credit is-due S. H. Wright who? was'in charge of-tbe..4ecQrationB. The pro gramme wis ;as -follows: Singing -Maple Leaf Forever; prayer by the chaplain, Walter Ackroyd; the ladles orchestra rendered two selections, O .Canada and The Star Spangled - Banner;',^ Mrs. OUve Bennlon, in icostume, gave an original poem entltle'd The Rod Cross Njirse; voriitl solo by Mr. Lyn Glbb; Jkfr. J. A, 'Mercorf (orator ot tUo day) gave an excellent ��historical address . rbn"the part QanadiiiHaB played'in the committee and the chairman pt tho World's history, also, the stand, Canada, different" coihinitto^ifeilbr the �iijcoss laj'taking.-today in the >N'oria'B\;great ot this uudof;takinc,-:. Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing sob and daughter should have a personal'Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada^ with opportunities to save regularly, and training'in how to expend money wisely. Such an education; In thrift and saving will provo invaluaUo In later llfi LETHBHidOE BRANCH CARD3T0N BRj^NCH BARONS BRANCH   P. W. NICHOLSON, Managsr   F. V. Cavers, Manager �  J. Blackwood, Manager the: STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OPFICE  TORONTO Your surplus earnings in our \^ Savings Department earn inter- � es(i^t current rate. in-Charge, �.\6 13lh St. Nortli. 4lli Avenue South. - %t CoalhurtL BIGGER - BETTER - MORE ATTRACTIVE Agricultural Exhibition Live Stock and Poultry Show Horticulture. Fine Arts Machinery JULY 18 19 20 19 18 Horse Races Base Ball Tournament Special Platform and Midway Attractions New, Novel, Pleasing $25,000.00 � IN PREMIUM AWARDS - $25,000:00 --:-:-.-:--,-:--y---- Western Canada's Championship Base Ball Series, $1,000 in Purses. REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS l^'or Prize List and full information, Phone, Write or Wire CoL F. O. 8I3S0N8| Pres. W. M. MaclNTRYE, Mgr. ;