Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRlBGE DAILY HERALD Provision Now Made For Big Increase of Young, Population. Oar.Owa Correspondent) B.C., July }5.-Saturday annual meelius day for the vari ,ous achools throughout Creston Val .ley, and no better, index than these Wuld.be, had to show the way the A alley' population has: increa sed. At .the soldier settlement at Lister the vere authorized, to add an other the. tloa and gecure a second teacher, while Canyon City, exactly the fame Bllujtjon has to be met. At Creston contingency fund bl was prb- H-is-almost certain if the influx, of people Is "as great the'neil In'the''same j another; room, .will secured hanilleX the y The school meeting at Creston re- suited'iu'.the election of S.-A Spe'ere tp succeed .Trustee Cherrlhgton, while Dr. .Henderson was favored "i election' for hlj slxt'h suecessiv'e term as auditor. was tor di- reel expenses and 'ther trustees were "use. up to the reserve :.fund to secure additional .1 school At the Inaugural meet- ing.ocr Monday It wa's decided to pro- half-acre, of the1school pfoperly'tfiat at present isfr.ot being utilized. c Creston and kelson played a seven game here on Sunday in' the West Kootepay basebail'cham- pionship.- The.'visitors were here he- tween trains and it was impossible to Play further owing: to the seventh in- just a few 'minifies'. be- the train wag'due.; A 'committee' composed- of delegates from the 'board of trade school Women's Institute Ladies', Auxiliary of Lister G.WVA- and. the Methodist, Presbyterian aud Anglican Madlefc'Uid.-socletles hM at ii, last .been assembled! and Vrlth II B if Staples, as aid' J." w! definite action Is made. to.raise: the' funds 5 needed .if the' desired public health -1 nuree be-secured-fcr the Valley jg A public guarantee of is the Both ranch and town properties 'active changing hands over Messrs. Scallen and Carlson of Cranbirook, but Tory recent- ly of. Albertar; purchased the W.'K ,j Brown; nlifracre .'ranch, while Jas' of.CoIeman was the purchaser a 20-acre ranch property owned by Brown. Jas. Adlard dis- 'on Victoria-Ave. tq.H: K. Oatway, while Mr. Zacho bf Prince Albert, Sask., cash, for .the.alx-room house S..A. Speera on; the west' side' of 7tho jirpperty. change sale of the goodwill, to f.Sloyer of Cranbrook.'who took pbssesi manage ho use b el h g' th'or- and the bar.'wh'ich yhas. for over a year, is for business. -vr' v Tho Btrawberry season is at Its peak the Wynndel section shipping ..a straight car a'day to -..Winnipeg, iir addlttpn each Jay that go out by express fin smaller lots to Crow points. The raspberries started mbv- the midd'le of the Ijweek; Hie cherries and red cur- Ijranls also on the shipping Sasp- aj'e _, a. crop, but aVe inuch l'lighter ;tjian a' year ago. ,v i; Tiio wltple: district was..favored of'rain In a IhuiiderBtorni .that prevailed early ,lii nelgljb'or-l tftmr from Omtac and I tried ererjr-reiMdy I wittont suscesi, until the of bal Kcrcknt recvmmt j I procnnd a box of the iy to The Dyspepsia eeawd to be the burden of my. life u it had and I feel thai JAt o toe Ux 1 1 derived frpio 8 for fcw, dealers or 'taA postpaid by 'tou .Ottom, hood lot inch'ot rain fell and'its" for both the fruits and i i This .Hobdori was added to the staff, of ..Creston branch Jt the Bank pf Commerce, bringing Lhe employeeslnp to the Iriiit season standard -of four clerks and a manager. regis- iralion of-.vot'era-'on this new .provin- cial list that is being- prepared in riew ot the forthcoming re- 'ereudum. V con- ditions in' the "mininE section at the north end pf the, riding, arid the mov- ng out of three.orfour'hundred men utt at: present the preponderanc e of rolera is at the Creston end of the Kaslo-coristltiie'ncy; A first -inetalment. amounting to 1 jP, of .the, iollectsj by, the ilgh school girls.In connection with he Central TBarpie save the children fund.fhaa head- least another equal proportion to" go forward at thei At of Cres- ton board'of on Mon- day .night P. H. iJacksoh' was re-eleci- ed board S.'A. Speers, secretary.; "Already.-the trustees are having trouble filling the two vacan- .cies on ;'Lady be had at the a year! stipends voted by the ratepayers. J, P. Fink.bCCranhrook paid Cres- ton.a trip-on Wednes- day. He.arrived oh the.4 p.m. train hunted np.S.A..Speer'a, made the pur- chase, of the litter's Mclaughlin car way back to Cranbropk with hlBipurcbase At hoard :pfitraae meeting on Tuesday was decided to make a vigorous: have the con- venience of having "dutiable postal packages come direct to Creston with (From Our Own Correspoadent) A number of Mrs. Holland's at her home last to enjoy a real pleasure picnic) brlnefu'; a lunch and ice cream served in abundance The American baseball girls the Winnlfred bal! stars July Jth. by a score of These are great ou pulled oft bases and facer catches No loafing on the basei, ai perfect playets. WInmlred go Us first defeat thli to if a suitable place and land PAGE NINE Mildred Smith is in Medicine Hat holidaying, for a couple of weeks Colthrope visiting at o( Mrs. Alex Sanderson this thrashed .with season Quon Chong has moved his bulldint on the corner Joining Frank Pow! He buCdlng _ Hint Dorothy's younf son, had the mlsfortnne to break hla arm last week while playing Ha was hastily taken'to Dr Mnuro at Bow Island and Ii reported gettinr along splendidly Mr. and Mrs. A. N TVetherell enter tained Cresce'nt Height guests from Jedielne Hat on Sunday A large number motored up to tour the country. ri Turner Is now the new oD man- ager-having taken the management I July 5th. Mr Turner cam' from England six weeks ago 35c, butter J5e, Mr. and Mrs Jack Webster Inrlted a few friends to their home lait week for. a little pleasure party. Those In- vited nere Mr and Mrs Collins Mr and Mrs Jau Larsen, Mr and Mrs H. Davis, Mr and Mrs P Lyon. lie cream aud cake were served Mrs M. J. Collins assisted In serving- Mrs Harvey Davis was fortune-teller dur- ing tho evening and caused neat merriment At the trial held Saturday against John Currie for neglect In cutting noxious weeds after being notlSed by Weed Inspector Dan McDougall, a fine of 15.00 was imposed, and the are. still growing fine .Mr. Roy Orsborne, busines manager of the Medicine Hat News, wife and sister made a business trip to Winnt- red 'this week. J Mr. John Currie left July 14ti for the States until -The--Winnlfred- Ladle..'- MO win play the drama, "Aan( Saiai's at Grassy Lake, SaturdaV; July 21th, laving received an invitation to show he-play Norwegian Ladles' Aid will meet July 2Sth at the home of Mrs ..arl Peterson, north of town Every- body invited Mrs. Joo 'Brooks "and daughters'of were guests of Mrs.'W L.Bu'rch this week. Mrs. Harold Bowerman has decided o remain in Wmnifred and is moving nto the house of John McLeod, east f town Cyril Allred of Raymond, IB vlsjtlng at the home-of her Mr. arid Mrs E B White for the sum ner.months. ;Mrs. T Wmchcombe 13 visiting re- al ives and friends at Etzikom for a ew weeks Mr. and Mrs Le0 zoro and family, Tank Oleohowski were gaests of Mr nd Mrs Powlan Sunday and enjoyed pleasant day. Mr. Brail Johnson and two sons, Art nd Carl are away working at Brooks ntil harvest i Mrs. Walter Bowermsn's, many friends regret to learn of her being seriously III Mr Bowerman is work ing at Brooks, but was called home at once. Ira Willains and Bill Parker left July 12th for central BO expecting week. Burch l> in Lethbridge weeks holidaying with re. and friends. .'M. Calders of the Union Is iMrac Saturday, July nth for her Wlnnlfred had a c'ent rafn, some reported it went down 8, 10 aci 13 Inches Mrs Joe Fisher is ID Mont- Major few fa, Mrs Jas and Mrs. PhllUps to Grassy Lake and "Taber Wednesday irt company with Mr W 0 Larssn of Grassy Ute. They expect to go to Waterton Lakei II O. LCI tUIJ J for a couple weeks. OFTRAOEATFERi Making Tour of the Proyince-r Parly Was Well .Entertained (Special, tu Tlie rrerald) IE, July 16-Tho special train Bearing the< Vancouver -and .Victoria Boards on Trade delegates at- Uched Jo the regular eastbound arrived here this evening excursionists will be the guests Ot the. Ferule Board of Trade while and will be. taken to the Coal mines the morning and to other points of Interest. After luu- chton at the Hotel Fernle, the party will be driven over the road to Elko return here In time to so west by the westbound local tomorrow evenlnt. The tourist travel through the Pass Is.Increasing.at a rapid rato these days and dozens of cars from both directions can be seen on the Ferule streets during the day. Tourists from Texas, Arizona, Cali- fornia and Washington "are passing at all times, and from the east there are. from Alberta, Saskat- chewan and Manitoba. Without exception these tourists are delighted with the roads and scenery through .the Pass aiicj are not back- ward about-expressing their apprecia- tion of what they see and enjoy. Dr..Garner and daughter Dorothy and Mr. Parker, of the Western Cau- ida Wholesale Company, are leaving in the: morning for a two-weeks' out- ing 03', the West Arm of Koolenay Lake. Mrs. Parker and family are already" encamped; Word, received her! this morn- fBR that of little Marjory who 'wai drowned In the Elk er Hko yesterday afternoon, has recovered from the river some anee below the lower falls In the canyon. If correct, this Is almost a mracle ai the river is In such a con- tJltlon'aB to'riiake recovery almost Im- possible. A- negro postal clerk who stabbed i waits clerk on a mall car was aken from officers at Enterprise Miss., and lynched. I lie.-safe-way to send money by nail Express Money the postmaster empowered to collect the duty charges At present tola class.of mail is held up at the toms office at Cranbrook and from a week to fen dajs delay caused In the receiving of such goods TRAINS SPOKA1VE .Portland and California SPOKANE, PORTLAND SEATTLE RAILWAY North Leave Arrive Spokane Portland ,No S 3JO PM A.M No I 8 06 A.M. 7 45 P s Leave Arrive "Portland Spokane No. 2 P.M. 6: BO A.M. A.M. P.M. The night trains make direct connections with the Canadian Pacific-Spokane International trains.from and to Canadian points The day trains allow a night's in Spokane, and a trln py daylight between Spokane and Portland trainf tra'n3 in Portlandljiiion Station with California home: station :'agent, or.by the Summer Tourist Fares Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle Pacific Coast Points Spend yarn at Banfl, Louise, Emerald Victoria. Tho idian Pacific Railway operalts one of its famous these places, where you will find sranrt social life, metropolitan cuisine and scrviw, plus a genuine spirit of Western Canadian bnjoy outdoor sports in t! Pacific Rockies i t Slrit Trips Mrranfed Tienrrs ON DAILY TO SIFT, ao, 1920 UtTUBN LIMIT OCT. F.ll P.rtlt.bf, ,n< C.ll, Wrlli The song the kettle sings: Lanka Tea A SONG of Ceylon's hfll girdeni wheio Lanka .Tea is grown. British grown, carefully bkcded and tested, to suit British taste. 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