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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 8, 1920 THK LETHBRlbGR DAILY PAGE NINE New Ajrricullaral Schoy! at Ray- mond-Making Bid for Students. RAYMOND, July With Ihe open- Ing date of the Raymond School of Agriculture 'set (or'.'Oclobsr 20th, 0. S. Lcngnjanj; B.S.A., priiiciiul of Iho school, U k Very biisy'iiian these days. He has now finished a wide publicity campaign thraugl the.newspapers of Ibe south in vhltli the opportunities for agricultural education at the local Tho sd-hool will romniUBity responsibility using that as the chief talking .point. Housing the students is a big problem, but President King- ol the board lei-is as- sured that.thr people ol Raymond Will respond loyally to At present considerable ac- tivity lit tho tjchool. A residence for the superintendent IB jn course of con- st 3 foundMiou for the barn !s laid, and actual building will begin soon. Crops on the big farm arc looking tine. Xb. damage from or hail Is re- ported. Miss Noble, of tho bureau of Wom- en's Institutes of the governihent. In town yesterday and addressed tho school are set forth: alsy be represented al the various fall fairs through the district served by the Institution literature will be distributed and information given. This week brought Information from A. E.JIayer.1 superintendent of agri- cultural Kctwls, whose office -Is at Edniontoii, lluit oilier members of tho staff hail beeji appointed. They are: K. Mnr.oltciL. of Toronto; instructor In mechanic', arts'; A. 'Do Long, B.S.A., Guelph, {adeiH-e; Mias Suttby, and Miss Uuerre, of fiiiejph, Instructors -in his the asset special prizes will he award- ed. in addition to all the festivities' ititunrerateil above Palmer will proba-My be in Raymond with Ms piano to accommodate all who have high It is going to be a big day in everv- respect vrovlding good weather pre- vaUt. All roads will lead to Raymond July H voices will also" liie rally. The Haymond Quaiietie 'A-ill siiig, "Waary Wind of tho The I.e.thbridge association is send- BAR SILVER Ing two readers, while Tabcr -A-ill pi-ob- ably have their juvenile orchestra iii NEW Y011K', July silver do attendance to delight the audience jmestlc S5 1-2; foreign SI with their ever-popular Mrmony. j Stirling will also be A 40 per cer.t., increase: ia prlcr Jhe various events will be in no of jams and Jellies Is :csUmated fs way competitive. The festival will j the result ot dea'er auger' power 16 put o'ver the fair. The sieds were distributed last spring, am! iho children's gardens are showing up !o' excellent advantage. Competition promises to be keen. The town schools that will unite in the Raj-mond fair next September are Magrath, Stirling and naymoml. The BHUIVU kuub LUUCU in oiiimig uuu itaymonu. me chant's favor. The score for the first rural Bchools arc those adjacent to stood for the second these larger institutions. The lively Ed. Sinclair was winner In one foot race, one horse race and in the high jiimn.. Frank -Koehen in the liroad jump and Georgo Koenen the bucking contest. Tom Copeland took The lively interest exhibited by the students thus-far is gratifying, and it is ex- pected that the fair will prove a big factor In practical education in the south" country. Martin Alms' It is expected thfet tlie prite lists place as mail carrier Monday during will shortly be out. and a strong com- the latter's absence in Lethbrtdge nrtltcc' appointed lo sec the scheme through to a successful termination. Intensive preparations are being made for the. M.1.A.-A. rallv and song festival which will be held at Ray- mond, Wednesday, July 14. This is Did annual track ami field meet and muslcai event''e young peoples' The Turin -ball 'girls are not very elated over (he results of their game with being 13 to 39 in Coaldale's favor. U1I scheduled to play at Coaldale tomor- They row, and hope showing. to make a better Miss Caroline Turner has resigned her position -as teacher at Gold Ridge and lias returned to her home al 'Magralh. Veslii llolmaii yifiiteil her parents in Lethb'ridgo from Tltnrfday evening until Sunday. Jlrs. Neil Sinclair returned home Wednesday, from'her.'visit at Three Several Sundial join- ed a party from Turin in .a little out- ing on the In the after- noon ail ball game at the Cameron ranch where a large crowd witnessed -Turin defeat the Cameron hoys 5. Mr, and.iMrs.-.'Seth Sogers visitors at the Green home Sunday Ho Men organization, and competing learns will come, from Taber, Darnwc-II, Stirling, Raymond, Welling, Leth- bridg-i and Ma'grath. The musical festivfll be held in the Opera House In tho; morning. C. K Tollestrup, musical director, states that-he expects to ,have a mussed PIGHTS of PYTHiASand DOKIES the PVTHIAN FEStlVAL in our Castle Hall JULY 1CJTH AT 8 P.M. in honor of tho visit lo our city oiir (Junemr Prince, HARRY W of .BalUntore, Maryland. V There irili-bo NO CEREMONIAL. AtXho reguest of imperiiil I'rince this is to be an open'meetingcfor- the of Pythianlsro Hring your friends or your wife; 'it will- bo an inspiration to' them Chairman of the evening Bro Dr. C. F. P. Csnybcara LET'S GO BIG ing teams participated Sweet Gross, Milk River, Surveyors and Warner. The local -Warn carried off the laurels for., the day.; ;Horse racing, buciing contests, children's races and a danc'o in the evening, made tlie day i live one for thfe tosrn. Tbe Catholic'ladies served hot dla- liincheslfor in The .Braiigeilcal; Women's Mliis'lou jward Hanev was calling on Turin BraiigeHcal; Women's Miiislou ids last '.'urm .of .Warner --and Norman Nelson has accented a served vUinches and'refresh- j; Norman Nelson has accepted a position for the summer at the Cam- eron, ranch. .The following au enjoyable Ashing, trip, to I.akafNoweH last week: Jno. Koenen, Sr., -Sov.-liandley, Wal- ler Jas' Mathers and Jr'vin Davis r ia r Paulson, Sr... who has been', sick -for some time in Calgary with hemorr- nages of tlie longs Is not Mr. McArtlimvvho bas been visit- ing his srandsmis on the ridge will leave this week for Lethbridgo to spend a week with his -Mre. W. Craig, before ilepafting f6r Oregon where- he will spent! the summer. ilr. who has been Tlsltlrig.his daughter, Mrs. Kdwin left last Monday for his home in Bassano Mr. Henry Schneider, one of the Bowville old-timers, but who-.'at .r.'res- cnt.Tesiiles in Mont.-.ia Hero looking after his farming interests Rev. Slenl.dke left on, to sp.enrt Mie.'rbinalndcr of in Medicine Hat. Mr.- and Mrs. pdwin" tiiree ilnys-lti' Uio VanxhaU ''district last "week. Mrs. Fremstad entertained tlie Luth- eran Ladles' Aid on Tliursday. u very auccessfiil term oT school on" Wednes- day. Miss Lynn intcnrtu to start for Vancouver next week where she will spend her summer vacation. Mr. Hoy Craig is still-'oii -tlie sick i list. i On. Tuesday, Mr. Tom lirtnoy left in his McLongliltn for the Duck Lake district for. a sliort visit .with; lils sister, Mrs, Olaf Wold ami her hus- banfl. Jlrs. Will Oliver and ton. 'Shlr- loy accompanied him to visit Mr and Mrs. Ixmis Oliver wlio live neariihoro. On last Wednesday Jlrs. John Ol- son opened her spacious homo to her many friomls In tills district- who gathered there to quill a. comforter for Ilio p.irsonagccl. A niOBl, sumjiUious lunch was served. Mrs. Hoy Church Is enjoying a visit I from her sister, Mrs. Sheffield ami her mother, Mrs. Will Driver of l.clh- brlilgc. Mr. nml Mrs. Driver arrived lately from Vancouver where they very pleasantly spent the last nine months. ii. D. Anderson and family motored to Slnvcly lasl Sunday after- noon. In driving to Cartnangay one day last week Mr. George .Talbot had tho misfortune of having Ms horse becom. Ing frighttned and running away. Ms- Talnofwas thrown from the bugfty and was Injnrei] rather badly. 'On Monday afternoona number ot ladies gathered at the home of "Mrs Will McAlpine as a farewell reception lo Mrs. Surman who was to leave on the next day for her home in Kort William. On l-Vlday evening an Ice cream social was held at (lie home of Rev and Mrs. M. H. Anderson In honor of al those who took part in the home talent which was presented a fortnight ago, A reciprocal policy lias been adopt- ed by. the Canadian and New York governments, ami Canadians 'wishing to fish in American watnrfl'of the ih (..nn-rcnce do -iol r.'svl a liccnso. Streels of Town >Vere Throng Kd With 1'eople From Miies Around. (From Our Own Correspondent) WARNER, July "Round- Up" staged here on July. 1st was a great success. Cars, horses and peo- ple from miles around, .thronged the streets. .'.Three baseball.'games were Iilayeil'during the day.. follow- nients.throaghoutHhe day 'aha-provid- ed 'a greatly appreciated'-rest., room, especially .for riiothers anil babies'. .Both' ot'the above' mentioned or- ganizations.-, were well ..patronized -io that tho net- proceeds- far exceeded expectations. Mr. ,1. had the misfortune' to sprain his fool while playtng baseball. His many friends, wish him'a speedy recovery. The school- board lias reengaged Mr. Manzer as principal of, the con- solidated school here. M'iss Schill N7ew Dayton has been engaged as one of the new teachers. Two vacancies onthe staff remain to be filled. A cases of measles and mumps have been reported here. Hcv. W. U. Uengls was called to Sweet'Grass on Saturday to conduct a funeral service- in Iho Methodist church. Tho school holiday season brings the usual number of people back, to spend tiie vacation hero; others have gone elsewhere for tlieir vacation. A fine two hour fall rain this raornir.g. increases crop prospects; More rain is expected. You Save Dollars By Buying Your Groceries From J. A. JOHNSTON 426 13th St. Norths-Free 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 15C 3s 10sv., Brookfield Butter, special 2 Ibs. for .___.. Fmest Dairy Butter, special 2 Ibs. ,for'v...... 85c Kellogg's Corn 2 pkts. for-. .25c Hothouse Tomatoes, per pound 4Qc Tea, a very fine blend of Sumatra Tea, a limjted quantity to each order, while stock 3 pounds for......................... SEND IN YOUR ORDER EARLY AND GIVE US A CHANCE TO DELIVER THKM BEFORE DARK. PHOTO-DRAMA of CREATION SHOWN IN FOUR CONSECUTIVE PARTS EMPRESS THEATRE Sunday, July 11th, aad 8.00 p.m. Sunday, July 18th, 3.00 and 8.00 p.m. Th. "ARMONJZES SCIENCE, HISTORY AND THE BIBLE fo, FROM CREATION TO THE PRESENT TIME and thtn sweeps down throush the tnousanif year, of chrlst'c reign to Paradise restored. MILLIONS HAVE WITNESSED IT admitted o'nly when accompanied by adults. SEATS FREE Ampices of INTERNATIONAL ,c ;