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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY HERALD WEDXtiSUAY, JULY II, 1920 OrWINSllED IMF. (From Our CARNANGAY, July ofu- of Little Bow lodge No. 51. 1.0. 0.F. for the ensuing six months were Stalled by Ww. Armstrong. ct.Lomoni on Friday evening last as' follows: "i N.G.. 'Tester: V.G.. Loru Me- Ginnis; Kin. Sec.. K. M. Hayhqe; Hcc. O. Maraaka; Chaplin, Oco. Pran- ces; Warden, A. P. McKibbin; Conduc- tor, R. McKinnln; R.S.N.G., Jas. Davey; L.S.N.G., II. Shearer; U.S.V.C, M'. C. White: L.S.V.G., M. McGav: R.S.S, J, B. Slcou; L.S.S, Wil- Hams; I.O., Vilas Tcskcy; O.O., J. i'ostcr. After the installation ceremony a TTBS served: Mr. and MrE. Earl Beaublcr of Champion vcre visitors at tlie home o! Mr. and Airs. J. W. Miller on Sun- day. L. McDonald returned homo from Seattle and Portland where ho bes been visiting for the last month. Mr. Jas. McN'aughton. M.P.P., was a Calvary last week. J. W. Miller expects to take over tbo picture show at Champioo. Vulcan' and Blackie.for the coming year if Mtisfaclory arrangements can be made with headquarters at Carman- Carmangay will have a fair this year In August Sth and 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hacho, last week, a con. The Grange hotel? have opened up a billiard hall in their hotel. R. B. Snyder, Jas. Gray. Jack Arnold antt'Mr. Ranajhan irere out near Brooks-last week on'a fishing trip and came back with a good catch. Mr. and Mrs. A..D. Kellogs are out at Lomond this week TisitinB their daughter, Mrs- C. F- Cook. The crop outlook In the Cannan- district is good. With the good rain wo received on Monday every farmer Is wearing a smile. Everybody in town and the district are taking in the Chautauq.ua this week. Geo. Baldwin, S. J. Ainslie and Wal- ler Neilsen have been appointed a committee of three, to arrange- ment to have n stampede-put on at the Carmangay fair on Aug. 9th and 10th. Royd TsEksy of the Terwilliger Ele- vator expect a car of seed rye in a short, while to sell to the farmer. Mr, J..W. Madden is the new agent for the Beaver Lumber Co. at Carman- Mr.s -E. DawEon of Vulcan was a Carmangsy visitor last week. Sir. Lenard McGinm's and family have gone to the foothills on a fish- ing trip. Word was received in town on Sat- urday that -Mrs. Bnrfce (nee Baker) had passed away at her home near Several were up from Barons on Monday night to attend Mason lodge. Mr. Jackson of Lomond Is do- ing th.3 brick for Carter Darey on the new Parkinson building. J. K. Snyder returned from B.C. IsEt week where he lias been to at- tend lo some business affairs. Soiflfl people report quite a hail storm out east ot toivu on Sunday niprniug. Phil Bunts of Knchaut was a Car- mangay visitor last week and'cays crops are looking very good iu ihs> Enchant district. (Special Correspondence.) MILK RIVER, July are looking very fine, although a shower ot rain would be ot material ucnofit. Quito a number of stock men arc harvesting their rye for feed and re- port having a fair cut. Mr. and ilrs. George Stewart ot Lothbrldge were the guests ot Mrs. C. Si. Hunt over Sunday. Mr. T. C. Fetrg. Pearl Jones, and George Robertson were transacting business in Milk River on Friday. Tha ball game on Friday between the.boys of Warner and Milk Illver played on the Milk River diamond, resulted iu a score of 12 to 13 in favor ot Milk River. Mr. Christie Mehon ot St. Louis, Mo., has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs; Dan O'Connel! for the past week. Mr. Charles Thompson and family lave gone to _ Kevin, Montana, where Mr. Thompson has accepted a position with the Great Northern railroad com- pany. had a very good rain on Sunday evening, which practically insures a nice yield of grain at Ihis point, Fred our.popular hardware merchant, just received a carload ot fishing poles and everyone is plan- ning a day's sport along tlw river July t3.-Fol. nvtug Is' promotion )UL ol Coal- urst school Grade's Jr.'to'GrXrfe S Sr. Katie Alary, Aaron Helios. Auale May MorrlEsey, Lucy now, Xaucy Mc- leuzle, Lcua l.oyau; Grade 7 to Grade S Jr. John 'Alberta Couucrs, Fruucis Morrisiey, :isle John McLeotl, Umh Mc- -coil, Helen Koinar. David.Keith. 6 to Grade 7 Grant McKenzIe, Wilfred Cook, AH- ie Isabelle Harry laydock, Ireiio Loxlou, Teddy Pittr oe Gordon. Grade> 5 to Grace 6 Lillian Allan Haydock. oiiRthan Sitnpkius, EHrtia Vagnaca, can 31 cDonald, .Wllllo Htuichufc. Grade 4 to Grade 5 Mary Grlsack, Garnet LocXe> Lillian iproui, Margaret While, AnnLo rick, Alice Borrows. Arthur lary .Zubrlck, Charlotte Garrick. Joo lenekaraltis. Grade 3 .to Grade 4 Duncan McXabbJ: Thersa Kulhina, itophen Mamio McDonald, OIU'O LuztoQr Francis MeLcoil, Willie (ebiiitch, -Auule Logau. Johu Tack, )uncaa Couners, Stag- gie Smith, Harry Gor- on, Nicholas. Grlsack, .Samh I5ene- karaites, Helton, Jhris --Irene, j Charlesworlii, Xjuglas McLcpd, Robert .McDowell, TRVtNG TO PLACATE CHINESE HUTINISTS PBKIX, July are still being made by new emissar- ies to persuade Wu PePFu and Tsao- Kun, the Aufu generals, who rebelled because ptj the recent dismissal of General-Hsn 'Shu-Cheng; to -obey the government mandate not to march in the direction of Pekin. The food sup ply in this city is receiving attention from the various foreign legations in view of the stoppage of traffic be- tween Pekin and Hankow and the possible interruption of other rail- way lines. Authorities here have been asked to make known their minimum Skirmishing between rival military forces near this city is reported, and troops commanded by General Tnan Chi-Jut.are retiring to- ward Uenlho.- Martial jaw has been proclaimed in Tsien Albert Cleaves" commander of the United States Paci flc squadron, Is reported to have arrly ed there. Nuxaied Iron WHMncrease Strength off Delicate People In TwoWceks Time withnt eiv rear wtet them Hie yonr liie.Tater OT. No nut- ter what any one tells you, if you are not tironf and well.you OKC it to jxutidf to make the falloinnf tat: See bow yoa can work or bow you caa walk uiihout bccounng tired. Jvext taVc two five-grain tabkta'ol ordinary Koxatcd ITOH three tines per'day ifter for two weelci, teJt your rtreaglh again and sec for yourself low such you have gained. You can talfc as yoti pi ease about all theipondtrs wrougrt ,liy new reraedicf, you come down- -to fcard facti thercis nothing like sood old iron 1o trat talor in your cheeks and ?ooi ieiltfiy Sub on your It all? A freAt nerre and stomach out of the best Wood builders in the iwrld. The onfr uoufcle that the old iron lilteiindure of iron, iron ttctate, of ten ruined people.11 teLtbr asrimililcrt far these reasons the; freqncnily did isoie harm Dun good. But trith the discov f ery of tilt newer forms of organic iron all this" fcis been (jvircone. Ts'uxaltd Iton, for example, {5 cUiEJtn tj doei not'in jar a the ttelh ind isalraoit irnmtdJitelybeneficial, ViitTtamM' i. l ended almost as easily as a dirt-spot on your face. Tliey are just as inex- cusable. -1 Don't this, h means too much to you. Ask your druggik for Blue-jay. Blue-jay Plasterer Liquid Scientific Corn.Ender BLACK, Limited CWajo NewYotfcl Mikert of Our'Own Correspondent) CIjARESHOLM, July Dom- 'nion .Chautauqua which Is: holding fortli at this place from, the 91h to thp Iplh Is patronized to tbe limit of seating room. People who are attend- ing'these.-entertainments are loud in their as