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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT flUi LETHBIUDGE' IIE1ULD THURSDAY, J'JU' 8, 1920 Program Held in Assembly Hal! With Music and Patriotic Addresses. ness of Wallace Dudley wbo ut t i present 01: il nitssioa in tho i lur the ohun-li. llu on at-; of typhoid lever and it h by bis many iriemla Lore ibiu i' I uill veoovcr. I Mr. N. K. was takeu Id l.t-: Ibriiise week suffi-rlns t itli a ullill'li Ot i SAFEINBEHfiOHZ OLD-TaMEK OF EAST KOOTENAY LIKES HIS MOUNTAIN HOME BEST lo The FEflNIK, July Woods, ous [of the old time Eolllcta in East Ko'ot- who has brought oul ut Uio wil- I dornets of (toe Cherry Crook district, iiorlh-fasi ol Craiibrook, imo of (Tron Oar Own M4GRAT11, July Pay j celebrated In Jlasratb In much' usual manner. The spirir of cele bratlou did uot seem much in evi dence. Xo wis heard iu guns or salute: their jiiorciug s The program hall commence! extremely and pronounce, programs ei fiercer was iug. Oo the .Mayor Ririe. ger and olbe gram. Everyone satis the N'at Authem wllb enthusiasm together! ed by Nobleford and with ''O' Canada." Prayer wa? offer- liarons aud Carmangay pla; DOlf T DESPAIR 15 you troubled with ot feel tired; >jave jxxinfui of you will find relief ia ItaiumnXcr ftanils a good; 1 chaucc- of I'leauius; 'Jl> uundi o( [i( lie '.MD tn'Jucnw at Southern Alberta I not inii: they do it any. rsiu follows. borta, taking 'he Calgary exhibition j Fifteen Mil- Collected iu U.S., There. COLD MEDAL vesteroTay'ion an extended .trip up the for his campaign Do Vnlcra-lias western coast of Britisli Columbia and wotld'a itciuUrd nmady tor I Uvcr, tladdrr uri7 acid tfoublea Remedy of Kolkod 16W. All dtugjijli, 50c. box. C.U Cliamnioft, i 1.SC: yed an in-Ml; 1.9S; 2.37: S.33; 1.37; .55; 1.06. 2.TS; 25; the thunderslofra orear with convec- jiional currents' usually caused Uy up- ed by Her. Barrett. The oration of, ten-sting game, lhc score bcins r'iT 1 i "0- ol superheated air. tbo 'day was Blvcn by -Mr. Ellis lien-uu favor of IJanros Among the chici a-l. 1.1S. frcriueat con- iuger, who gave a most inlercBting [runners In tbe Junior races .21; 1.07; mis-' history of Canada, mentioning the j Upward lluriinp. who became tho idilions which, lead to rain or snp-ir work ot Canada and her sous> winner of the lirst prize In llic boy's i'n the recent wir.' (race. A piano duct by Mavbcll Head and sn; Mi: 2.97; 2.: Ias after a cold period prct .turrcnl from .the southwest, gradually for this month- on to Alaska. Mnf, D. E. Martin and children of were guests at tho King Edward here yeelcrday. rises ntovo the low lyinc air, or a pun Edward here yeslcrday. S. W. Wyatt and A. H. Carter, botli money U Is of. Calgary, were Fcrnio visitors to- aniple funds, most of Iho approximate- ly raised iu the recent bond drive bolns available for Ibis, or oilier j such purposea as he'may elect. With t U Is his intention to 11DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. A. W. Smith ot lilllcrcst visited Kcr- nie today. who arc still with us, who alike nre wearing a smile bard to me causes wiucn lean to rain. anujtu feats of wlicn in their younger days had erase since thn splendid rain fall. H fully rerojnUc lhat llie forces of na-tu Mr HalBcld has been re- flf a, Inori. i lor. day-was sjieut In compleiiiiK tbc work of organizallon, group epoke along educaiionai Hncs and pro- per dress. The yi'prk lhc instituies were doing Ju'tliis province. AhBs N'ohle wants institute v.-omeri to i all about Canarliun laws aud Kbvernment. Slie spoke of medicaV jusiieclicm iu schools, also serving iibi inst. pugbly ?rCSCn ttitiitc have plans underlay for public play grounds which they hope I goon to have in operation. Tbc town' people will he ;vskcd to help in tins splendid work, EquIiiiticiU Tor thiF. vrork will COSL Also tho children's flower and vegetable futr to be helil-Scpl. 1st. On July iO, scbool will be held here, the program j be announced later. Uefresli-1 and camp irlary j, wi tivening .game of Imseliall tlic boys (if the camp vanquished j the jiiuior champion pellet tosscrs the Red Ueer district to tho tune, of' 5 to 0. The camp lads were not yeti iiuibcrcd tip after their recent arrival KL camp, but experienced no difficulty-' iu defeatiijg'jlie vlsitoVi. The latter. however, received their dcieat tit -A fine snorting which was heartily to Women WiioliseJiifyJell Jiffy-Jell users sljouW write to the makers, for a list of clucnintnn inoids. Molds, spoons" ing cups arc supplied to users'ircc. is I be one tlie fruit flavors iti vials. A bottle of condensed fruit-juice es- sence comes in the package. So a Jiffy-Jell dessert, is a rcM-fruil dainty. The flavor is not artificial. The sweetening is sugar, noi sac- charine. once try it will a'ways gel U. Your grocer'Haa ten flavors. Try pineapple and'lo- ganberry first. "A considerable iiuiabcr of claims of artificial proiJuction oT rain have been exploited iti tho newspapers and i nwny of them bitvu been brougfel-io attention of. the weather bureau. lAil are either unsound in principle or utterly impracticable and of no value i-This statement hay iieen made by high I authorities in meteorology and others ]thue and tinie agaiii. to eminent news i papers and highly reputable [reyeatedly publishing woaderful ac counts, like the-one in the clipping you enclose, of tho -alleged SUCCCEE and accompHshtuCQta of those so-call ed rainmakers. "Our policy has been to try to In- culcate correct vicw.3 ,in the minds of aH seekers after tho truth in these matters rather f. -uttempL tp deplore the upon winch those vrho claim'io be abl- artificially control nature subsist. If newspapers w'oulil la fee the to question, the accuracy.of proposals, of this character prlDtlng mislead- ing'Infonnation, Itbluk a great. o[ good accoaipliblied. I am jtflartily in ocronl with your view, that il isja pity our tieople should be mis- luail on such subjects." jii every state in tbc union "Tho Conservative wing, represent- ing tlio national officers of thu FrionJa of Jrlab Freedom, lire keeping lliolr hands off the light and allowing ,'De jVnlera all the ropy ho may require loj I bung himself.' their chief-concern isj jtho damage they declare the DC Vul-j program to tho' cause, uud lhc Irishmen in Ibis coti'ti-j. LOXDOX, July lt ,J Eated was still raining at Acctfrdlnjp lo. .World, the Irish BUley today. Tho morning was de- Question' will not Tie a factor In llio voted mainly to the Conan Doylo Slates election campaign. It natch 10 ebols at 200 and 500 franWy I'apcr siy3, Two. gold medalisis, ;Sergcant liurr, -London, and Sergeant Fulton, Westu of 93. tied with tliat It will be a difficult job lo Hold tho Irish together Because of thu'split in thc'ranks'of the leaders and thy A coats buys After nn application' ol ''Dandcrine" you can'nol find a fallen hajr or hair BhoTi Hggrenate of 98 Uur'r vas declare'1 uneasiness which has been aroused j dandruff, besides, every uair buuw the winner through his possible at the! regarding tho of the me. mpro 500'vardi Seven Canadians money.- It has been claimed that the or aud use. participated and their scores were: Cfcpt. P.- R. Martint Calgary, 92; Scr- jcant Jamas Boa, Montreal, 91; Major Utton, Toronto. 93; ,Lieut.-Col. P. E. Bowen. 'Edmonton, S3; Major North- qyer, Winnipeg, S9; Sergeant Cabe, Charlottetown, 92; Company Serge an I-Major F. Goodhouse, Ottawu, .6.- only covered 9i. The oweepslake winners to date in- clude Major UUon, Sergeant-Major F. Richardson. Victoria, B. C.; sergeant W. A. Hawkins, Toronto, and Good- house. Irish voters will back :i Ihlnl. part; and the general view'is Ihat Wm. Han- rtolph IB liinXin; on tin- port In bis efforts to put himself for ward as a chiiilidate. Interviews with j ''j i for-1 prominent Irishmen-published by'tho] World thai very unlikely I FRENCH DEPUTIES GET INDEMNITY INCREASE; 1'ARIS. Juiy .chamber of. deputies todaj voted nn additional in doninity of .trancs cabiuet ministers and franca .for i secretarifis of.state _in rccognltipn rof menls vrcrc serve.! to all present r.1 .rnlly, Mr.i t Formic made use of liie ruljljing sliuk lo lisl memhcrs were added lo the: roll. Voting on the new bylaw re "i' llgbl -s voted OH taUrtjy in nail. 11 ..I Jea and wcre deijghlea wHh the! .lalacrity with whicli ha obtained, the j Mr ami .Mrs Ames The coming to WoolCora spent Dominion in beet, Eclcoted as stunt-niBlit..ami M! Jl.ftgmui. i i i 'a practice, to get the fellows In shape. Mrs. II W cod and et.ldren have Mnl, ,.fro in relumed to Magrath after a visit to [llp lvin-Iier relatives in L'tah. A. Mercer has returned to Ma-j Erath atlcr heing in' L'loh for Rome time. '-Miafi lidilh .Hnckitig, has rclnrii hoine lo -Magralh after spending past several inunLhs altpndlng school in Utab.' 'SU'e, -was' aeconijianicf! all and group games, the feature of tbe has Veen the ejcellenl oiul instructive ad- dresses by many proinlnesilmen as CLAUES1IOLJI, July Moffat. Sr, Is a'visitor to Edmontoa for llie past week.' We are very sorry to tiavo to port the death of the Rev. Klallcn.l. Mr. Fatland came to Clsrcsliolm auoui two years ago and took charge ot the Lutheran Mission a.1 this point. By lim (juiet manner and wqndcrlul per- sonality he of friends in this district. He leaves a wife ami four small children >rho have the deep- eat sympathy of the entire coin- rtiunily. The I'resljvleriAh .'a.rii! Methodist To keen the teeth'Kiuudueep the gurna cliurohcs arc holding union Bervtces well.. Watch for bleeding .for tho nfxt nibitths. The Rcv Rmr.s. ThisisasyrnptcmnfPybfrllcs, j Mitclicll take the services for tho vvi.ich efilicU fouf out of live people i motith of July and life Kev Locke over forty. tliosi for August. Unhealthy gums KM the best of the increased tost ot Ihing riit. Piquant and yet delicate This is the flavor of Lanka. Famous grown in Ceylon's hill gardens. so blended that the flavor is mild and delicate. :The and tempting; the and spark- Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOQRAPHEB li now open-to Uke'on the work of qnc or twe more Coun- try Crjj Storis Write for partioul ri 1-1214 THIRD SOUTH Mrs. Arthnr Likes Pacific Mre. Arthur lires in a little town y olf the beaten path ot travel. Their milk is Ukeo In on -a pack horse. She jays all supplies are carcfilly considered; be- cause tba? cannot afford to go, far for food supplies ot fiil tried several kinds ot canned milk, but at last de- cided on Pacific as the besi ali- purj'ose and ceased ex- perimenting. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. FACTORY AT LARDNER, B, C. PyoiThcamenaces the as well w. G. Jloffat anrl-Mnrolrt Soby are the tee h. -Kotoaly-clothe gums- leaving here thli'wcak for parts un- tt f K i ,Jn lhc rtevelopment of boy life her graiidmother, Mrs. UrigRs, who' will fpend sometime visiUng hert-. 1 Mrs. tree- Cook niid un T'program the Hank of Montreal here has hceul to'thV 'i' sulnlicr of young people at dinner on vol- leynall. Tnrlcr liis able le ulcrshlp lhc Imya are tast bocoming p.rlists In sivtni- ining and life-saving. Sunday, at her home nnrlli of comes lo Masralli of Ihe ill- recede and the teeth to decay, ar.d fall out, bul the imeclmB I'yorrliea germs lo'.vcr li'.oBody's vital- ity and rnanj' serious ills. 5'yorrhca, visit ytfuf tlfnlist .frcqu'cnlly ar.d gum inspec- lion. Ar.dusoKorlun'sFor'tlieGumE. foAan'a For the Gunls vrilf prevent When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost 'to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT POSTUM a Reason BOLSHmS WIN IN CRIMEA July .V--Th'! liolshwiki iharc Iirokoii tho ml ttho ('ritnt-an front, iivtor'llnn M> rtf- ficlal Eovicl itn- fifjr