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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta m TEN WEDNESDAY. JULY'7; 1920 Marie 1 ect CcU Co Drumheller. i of qutet of llinlEBi'.'Miich Is a marked [court wltb regaril to liquor REPUBLICANS j points. Sth prize, silver at present mcroeul ot Ihe and eiport legislation, Hon. W..E.I WILL WIN ELECTION HOW cutT lilies ilonstc-d Mr. Meimfr, otjatiituic tlte, neoplo v'- Domln- Ttaney, attorney-genera) ot Orstafjo. MONEY IN "ENGLAND os Co SwiMlV. jwn." A? ii> fraternity thai in.his opinion the effect of, _iv a IlUK-k Co-l IV.. l-lil.. Pfura-iwilh the -VtiUcxIiSlates. forlh Ainericrau i Collieries. Drumheller. TO BE HELD Oh Friday 9th AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS v WHEN THERE WILL BE SOLD BY. FRANK WADDINGTON ACTING UNDtR' INSTRUCTIONS RECEIVEp; FROM OWNER, :THE' VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD Judges fur llrst aid: Dr. Ross. Ur. i iVhltmorei Dr. Brogden atid Mr. Cam- eron, all of Drumhellcr. i fiecorJer for first aid; James Crowd-1 er, Inspector of nilces. Ulalrmbro. Wm. Gordon, mayor of Dnimheller. j presented the prizes to the rapUins i of (he successful.compet'iiB teams. J There is the possibility of Sam-i Drumheller entering the Dnimheller i Land Co.. Ltd., miiic resciie tcani.l which woa first in tliU'-roniiieiilion, j as a conteE'.ant in the j mine .rescue ccn'test to ho heh! at Den-! ver. Colorado.-U." S. A., some lime ini the'n'io'nth of i and effects Exceptionally fiuo LMNIN'G SUITE in ras-. hogany comprising Elegant Buffet and China Cabinet, nound KK-. tenaioi Table and set of ivlt leather sealisd Dining Chairs; BKAIJ- TIFUL BEDKOO.M SUITB in mahogany 'cnhirrising handsom-j DressiuE Chair and'Bed Coil Ostermoor Mattrees; heavy 3-piece Parlor Suite in mahogany. upholstered in genuine leather: Iwo f'ne IXJCN'GK CHAMIK SOLID LHATISBR, horsehair alufjcd and in splendid coaditbli; BDISON I'HONOORAPH in mahogany, full cahlnel wltli 2S 'cords; Singer 7 Drawer Sewing Machine In good BED .With steel band springs and Felt- Mattress; Carved Kern Stand; SxIQ Axminster -Kugi 9x10 AVIHon Ktig hi new condition; Wilton Bug; four handsome Electi-lo F.iture.5; 5 Solid Oak Dining Chairs; VICTROLA wllti foak cabinet, and rccorris; Brass trimnied 4'6" hed with Dominion springs; N'ew Congolentu Kltclieu Ilange: PlyAYBIi PIANOFORTE in solid Walnut Case; 100 (ect Hose; Lawn Mower; Ice Cream Freezer; 8 Kitchen Chairs; Waih -Tnbt; Kitchan Wore -and many fimaUer items. t GOODS ON VIEW TOMORROW (THURSDAY) EVENING FROM 7 TO 409. Dry Lands Strong Resolution Presented at; Betler Farming Con-. ference. You Save Dollars By Buying Your Groceries From A. JOHNSTON 426 13th St. 1314 Flour, with grocery order, 98s 49s "Sugar, with grocery order, 20 Ibs, for..... Finest Ontario Cheese, per pound..........35c St. Charles Milk, per tin.................ISc Swift's 5s SI.65; Brookfold Butter, special 2 Ibs, for frnerf Dairy .Butter, special 2 ibs, {or.......85c Keilogg's.Corn Flakes, 2 pkte. for Hothouse per pound 40c a Very fine blend of Sumatra Tea, a limited qpwtity to each stock 3' pounds 8ENP IN YOUR ORDER EARLY AND GIVE US A CHANCE TO DELIVER THEM BEFORE DARK. SWIFT CURRENT, July strong resolution demanding that the Dominion sovern'nent carry- out a new survey cf Southwest- ern Saskatchewan with a view: to reclassifteation of the land and withdrawing from cultivation those f sections unsuitcrf to anything but grazing, was foreshadowed by a warm discussion on the subject, .entered Into at-IHis morning's sitm the better farming r.c-nfr.r-' ence, now sUting here. Commun- ity grating was another meant of promoting the livestock industry in this part of the province that was suggested. It developed dur- jno; the discussion thnt at the stock meeting held last month a resolution asking for A re-survey was adopted substantial- ly af follows: That this association requests the Dominion and provincial gov- ernments to co-cnerale make a survey of the rough and sandlii'l. lands of this province so iliat such lands may be avaifablc for grazing hy Ihe farmers and stock- men of Saskatchewan, .ft ;Ctiiciets come in two flavors just to please you. Take your choice. CL Wonderful new Fruit Chiclets, luscious with the memory of sunrriperied fruits oranges, red cherries, berries, pineapples-r-all Nature's sweetest products. (L Or chcjose jfayorite. Chiclets, cool and refreshing. CC, IBoth Fruit and Peppermint Chiclets are genuine Chiclets the dainty shape, the candy coating and the full, lasting flavor. -an Adams product, particularly prepared. The Original Candy-Coated Gum London Times 'Likes His Senli- Knilcrnity With States, LOXDOX. .Inly fCa riateti I'rcfisV A. MH agnr of thn Morciir.nts 1' V.cla, intorvin-.votl uti hin Kent! CHI, F.pulte hi mnn- inl: of in tcinis of Frwit Chiclets in 'tike Pink Packet Peppermint Chiclets in tHeYellowand Gold Packet of Hie Uoininkm. I lha( In labor, immSftraUtni finnnoe, j I (hf fnturo of Caiiarfa wfir. j hojiffiH. Ichor's tinthinkfiUc! j 'inn wns -to n -npirit of liftallhy goojJ-iTill (-o-nperp.Uvft cf- i fnrt. The rlgbi tif settlors wore j from wflBtcrn I'nHcil StAlea and the pfnlinbllity of abumlunl harvests -gave reapon to expect thai iiimrricdiMe (UffiiuUlM In Hie money jlniarkcl would to overcome, j The; Times, C'llTririallv rtunnif-tiMnp I on Ilir; interview, sayfi ihut "nil ihfs ia goorl ?atljL-8 ;