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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT Farmers Proud of Kig Wheat rrangements Made For Fair (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD. July Il.-The camp came to an end Friday morning." when the older girls uppwred on the and look over the grounds and i-amping outfit. They "'ill bo, joined early next week by the younger c i Is. and ihe camping will come to an end about July 2Tlb. 1920. aud iith. are beius look- ed forward to as fair days. The di- rectors met on -Saturday and complet- ed arrans'menls by appointing ttj raen for eai-h and every department., jliES nights will be' one of the ,mme ag. THE LETHBrtlDGE DAILY HEKALU I loiiay twtl. TUESDAY; JULY-W.i 920. for a two week's visit (o OFGMLMEUW Mrs. '.Bosomworth Hears Brothel Drowned in the Battle River of fKrom Our Own Correspondent) COAljDALTK, July remains of J B. Sliimek's hay warehouse is still smouldering am] breakiajr out into a fitful blazt-. Keeve King and other nearby property are Veeiiiiis all iilght vigils'lo avoid spread of lire. The, stork has visited .the homes of Messrs. Wilson iiiul Mackay of the Van Homo colony, and alsq peeped iu at the homes of Messrs. Cliue and Carlson. Mrs. Rogers is still in tho hospital in Lethbricigc undergoing treatment, by him. as the host crop lie had ever grown, limner south. Jork McClel- inj her parents and sister. Mrs. West in town-for a few days. Miss I- lieues and Velma West are 'and her progress Is reported Aeroplane flights will be'one o! again from St. Threse's AraoVj Jirs.JI. Bosomwo'rih received B tele- attractions each day. but especially Mejlicine Hat. and gram Sunday noon to 'say that her the afternoon ol the second day. !UBlmfr Uuliiiays. Arthur, .a young man of 20 Pome.of tlie finest crops ever seen Robert I'aui, has returned home years, .was: .tlrtnviied in .the" BitlUe 'in Alberiu ure in the country south after'spending three weeks in of Macieod. Dnrinfi Ihe past weeK part of the province, on the farm of Sam Ulileapie. a few j ]jert and Charles Patcli- mllea out. he has fine crop of hay. home fora week end, liut will iu some native hay, brome and .tim- to Magrath tomorrow ruoruing. olhy. Part of this was cut this week. y- .grwiu went to Lelh- liis wheat and.oats was spoken of Bridge Wednesday morning to visit the dentist. Mrs. A. going to I.eth- Mr. and J. 11. Mills bar? uw ed into th'c cottage oik th? grounds ofj he l.vtiii lumber yard. The Lock-' ood home has been obtalued a loiue for the bank manager. Mrs. R. tireer return- ed weak fetter an extended boHdiiy. -Mr. Kd. Johnsou is holidaying .down u Minnesota. Mr. A. L. Hrown'has bought farm in the Ked and U en- thusiastic about "prospects up there. Jlarry Proudley did uot into a fight, it was only his car that hit him. Mr. and Mrs. Orr from Maclcod are guests of Mr. and Hirs. J. ilri'.iiis for the week-end. Mr. 11. A. Suggltt is buck again from a Washiastou trip. ,Tbe crop of weeds however wou't help the laud business. j Where are those tennis courts heard so much about Has all the enthusiasm died.out and iuteruat.ional repute. Three. be sivcu this .season, Wednesday, Thursday- aud Friday, Patriarch Fnwns and slake clerk. K. were, odkiat visitors to Stirling Sunday the meeting there. S. Allen, and his dwiehtar, Misa HaielAUSn. arrived home urlair the -south. ADun btot attendios .the Ucivers- itr ot-l'tah the la-t two years. T Sbe win afend atHamer iaonth.8 here. Slrlktac igutani have to, work at 85 hour. A mile In Hizelton. new imy' cheqi'.o. Ui mule ate the flrit-ouc. at 'fhiiadelphia. on a nwath. veled t6 jeturn to work at the old. scale'.'of Si) cents au hour. Ian. Is proud of his WE Held of wheat. bridge torijorr'bw morning to meet her W DANCE ill Scene of Feminine Loveliness AVith Season in Full Swing while W. Perrin. H. aud husband! there, fact every farmer lias the hesl croiis j. Svaticn-'froin ForemoBt.ifi ever seen in Southern Alberta. visitor Sri tqw'a "titev. J. JlcUonald. who has been wjlh his at Cull Ijke. returned Frf- evening, and is delighted with this beauty suol in Alberta. Mrs. Graily aud her. wise son are j Spending July at Gull LaVe. 1 The C.P.H. are making many im-1 Iirofftmenls in their iilant at Maclecd, uuci have a large number ol men em- ployed. Many ot Ihe Jiacleod people svend 'their at Walerton I.aken. Another' bu'nrli of boys from the barracks went to Band'.this week. Waterton scboolhouse was the scene of a gay and happy.lot of peo- ple Friday night. July .16th. The people from all the countryside met to'" celebrate the new IJ.F.A. union, which was recently organized, and they did it in fine style. A large crowd 6t people with good refreshments, and letter music kept the entertnui rn'ent going until hoars. river uear Alliance. Much sympathy is felt locally for those suffering from this bereavement. Mr. Lloyd Shru'mm's house is b'eina rushed and it-befiins to look as will be a fine addition to the many attractive.CoaldHle farm The "big crop of .weeds and the stale, -the roads are not a credit to Coal- ale.- 'i At the Sunday uioru- g, Doreeu Margaret, infant (laugh- r of Lieut, and Mrs. Ballunds (if the llorne colony was, baptised by ev. H; Bosouitt'oi'th.; Mrs. A. Mitchell anil Grace !lparc Inker of Home Brew Fined 'Boys Start a Firs fSpecial Correspondence.) tt PARK, Jlllr season is -in -all'its glory Tuo hundred visitors are on ttM groand and more coming Ever] Sati-rda- night sees a stampede fti while" one has to 'edge his -say iiitu the dance hall where-the fine's speciments of feminine.lovliness pi earth may be xeeq in abnndance.'Mrs Urosseau presides at .this season and ft Is a safe, bet iha tin other muslcTan in Alberta cai equal her for dance music., played t stilt ail comers.. It'is worthy one' to just sit on the cool "verandal listen.' In -the adjoining -refresh ment jarilion, Mr Brosseau and JIi Houck, with assistants are busy.sen ing the public with the latest an licst that the market accommodation at the hotel' and a Mrs; Lee's collage is good: On Wednesday, July 21st. the'town ot-'Plncher Creek will be' masse. They have a special program for the day with over in prizes for sports-on land and on water. Palmer arid Filz- simmbns in' their' Curtiss aeroplane will- beT here to. circle around the peaks and give sightseers- a chance loxcee the wild sheep and goats in native haunts. The Pincher .baseball boys are challenging all 'cbmers, and her brass band will make the canyons', echo, with the latest band music. Lake fishing Is just gelling good. Jlrs. Call Hunter sot a 40 pound trout in the Narrows, and .Tom Scott and others have lately caught some from 18 to 25 pounds. The roads are fine. Mr. Supt; Brown cud assistants are keeping the park In good order. (From Our Own Correspondent) GRASSY. LAKE. heir mission of .reformation, .the Prov- ncial Police discovered John Tanna nil engaged in turning out tome irew, with result that at the.conrt on the-lotli, J350 were gath ired'in. This makes sii hundred and fifty dollars from, this district as otal for oite week's gleanings. Times seem to bejgood bere in this line. A year aso the church here had to close'' as -.the managers were unable .in six hundred- a -year Brassy, the rainifiter's stipend X missionary has now been Board .pf .tire People are ask id to-contribute what they'can, and :o provide means for the missionary getting round his, three charges Purple Springs Sherburne and Grassi Lake A fund for-fhiB pnrpos-e. Va: started1 three weeks ago, and nlnet: dollars v has already been oollectul Mr James Robb is treasurer and wil be to receive any contributions 'money being scarce here :A fire iii'-the blacksrhitl .shop last Tuesday "durins tbe-.dinne hour Fortunately it was noticed i good "time and 'little- damage, don This shop is one of the best equipped owner, ilr. Hutch son, aud'in machinery, and we con ourselve that tbe fire did not get hold Sma boys seem to have been the cause gc tmg in window We are plealed to see the ganlE face of :Mr.. SIc.Crosty :agaln on th streets after'his sojourn in Taber ho pital. comes to an house here ilr. always ready -with a kind word and helping and. KAYMOND MEANS TO MAKE I QHAUTAUQUA A SUCCESS (From Our Own Correspondent) KAY.MOXD. .'July local committee .are' bending every effort to make the CbauUuqua this week a success. The ticket sale has bean good insuring i: better attendanca than was expected owing to Ihe busy se'asoYi. Gibson, the supervisor, Is here 'and taken orcr the directing of the work.. She has already com meuceu His junior. Chaiilauqua work, and the children are delighted with the play hours each ereuiDg. Tlie program this year is one of the best that lias ever come to Raymond. 'Roth the entertainers are people of uatiunal Teach the Children to Save Habits are acquired, early in life. whoare'aughtthevalueofmoney find the habit of saving, grow up into good business men anci capable women. v Theeasiest way toteach children to save, is to start a ings Account for each child (51 00 each is After a child has saved another ddllar to make an additional deposit, he or she will have a better appre- ciation of just w hat a dollar stands for, and how much work and MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Mont real. OF LETHBrUJJGe BRANCH, CANADA. Established 1834, R. DINNING, Manage! idFridayl. Water Lying on the Sides ol Road Aflcr Thursday's Deluge fPrGtn Our Own j ETZ1KCW. July good rail fell here last Monday morning, it jusl poirfetl for two or three hours. Wnlei f.Js lying on the sides of tho roads yet f.Somc have some very g and others have nothing to iapeak of. We believe after a while In this country wljl learn how jfo farm- here. j Pulte :i r.uraber of UK Eizikum folk: ,tojk in the f liantautiua at foremos .'InsC All'report' it worth'whilt polnp loo Mr. and Mrs. Sargent and Mrs iBrown motored to Medicine Hal Mon Hrown went to visit tin dcnllsl A is fltaged for thi; jaflernoon, regulars playlni ;a scrub tefini from around town nn Ihe district A purse of gees t. t'the winners. We will oe Interesting. The baseball club Sis holding a dance" in the'Oddfellows' .this BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL _ This Bank unequipped to fender; Ing facilities to idtials, partnerships and ronipame-jj large and small illi branches tiiroughout even province of Canada and corre-s- poudeuts in all parts of trie world, >otir banking business will be handled promptitude and at the minimum of expense Our facilities are at >our dUposaL -Q, THEr, CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND i3RAKCHrrK. W. Ecikie, Manager GET Drink cut of Led; drink a snail dass of pore ow juice hist before you eat brttkfiist: inlhe oven (to eatihemwithKotiralk or cream. jtAlKthe nutriment needed clear and liver and kidneys stomach sweet and ft for six days and see Kow mticK better you feel MADE IN CANADA I body means healthy arterits.i. The railways arethearltTKs'o! Canada, I'M the operation of railways' Canadians hold high reputations. The chief Canadian systems are operated over great stretches of territory presenting T idely different problems Their traffic obligations fluctuate rapidly, with the'seasons. Climatic conditions are sometimes Unusual foresight, skill and determination are called for. the only unfailing highways for the traffic across the New World from China to France during the war were Canadian railways. Canada alone among the allied countries had no war-time transportation .crisis. When foreign roads choked under, their load, she relieved them of millions .of .tons.-- At a .time when ships were the need of the lost time in any Canadian port through failure of the railways to deliver cargoes at the docks, To-day thVCaqadian producer still- commands the fastest.'the rnost'_cjependable and the cheapest railway lervice in But' .the foresight that made this record possible could without MONEY! The skill that kept 'terminals uncongested had to be backed with MONEYI The ;determiaation that drove, crippled en- gines ahead in the face of 40-below gales and rnounting snow would in the long run have been useless without MONEY) Thus to-day the alarming fall in the net revenues of' the railways is a .menace to railway efficiency.' It injures railway credit. It dissolves the reserves needful 'to meet the expanding needs of a growing country. It imperils national .prosperity, i.-'.-J. Increased freight rates are imperative there- fore, not merciy'on behalf of railways but in the interests of Canada itself In July 1918 the dnttltii roads vere threatened with general strike. To prevent this public catastrophe they to foliov scale of wage increues. The Government of'Carudt meantime alioved freight rate tneruju intended to .make up tne cost of thcst rtv vage rates! Leaving all queitioM of increaied cost of material, iht new cost the rail- ways of Canada an eighty million dollari for tht first yur >lone. The new rates yielded ihem in additional forty-thru millions! The annual deficit on vtff.t (lone was thirty-seven mill- ions and Is constantly growing I TMt tt frit Jfrttl of 1W ef The Railway Associaiion of Canada thl CANADIAN RAILWAY WAR BOARD ;