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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY flBRALiJ. FRIDAY, JU1A 2d. mw Beaded Out is Filling 5 Resident Sleets 1 With Painful Accident Our Own Correspondent) Jalv eaw grain grow it did during tho past week. Good many fields look tushels to the acre P-acticall> all the lihiat is headed oat and fllliug srlendidlj There h.s b-en no hail in this district to speaV of and no jroRshoppers i gainful happened to L Stafford on Monday Bisbt it seems filling his car with gasoline tomeorio la the party with out think- ing lit a match in a second the irhole tar was a blow of fire and in trying to put out tho fire Mr Staf fords coat caught on fire ind ballv hurnt his wrist ind baud He immedl ately went (o our local jihvsiclan McLean who dressed hs band and Mr Stafford IB getting along as well as could be.eipectcd at .this Tho car Is a meet a Mr Mimck of the Grange Hotel was a Calgary business visitor on Tuesday in Caruianeay on Wednesday eight. Carmangaj football team went -W. i Slarel) Jo pla) ball on night..but it rained so the game bad, to be called off Mr and H Mack ot Clares- holm were visitors al the home of Mr, and Mrs. 0. U Taylor this .week. Mr. Griffiths of the Union Is For Boston (From Our Own BARONS Jul) D Molr re. lurnc-d from his farm at the river, on ialy 14tb to spend a or two in He-reports, the crops are doitig well since the rain Mr.. P. J Catto a teacher ot the ml cal coloring was a visitor in 'own on that business, Thursday. July Mrs Mrs Vim C Coopers mother wjs a visitor lo Calgar> last week. T H has Just had lu ;hi> harLCM -hop painted It makes Mr. Ika Workman of Hlllspring died I a decided improvement on the looi-s verv suddenly returning home lot the building from rhsrch on-Sunday." He leaves a] Moir of the I nioa Bank Mrs has been McGei. 01 visiting her lather nnd Mr. I. Workman Passes Away Very Suddenly Returning Home Prom Church r Own Correspondent) The a has gone, the people T ith a leelmg of basing eot their mooej-s worth 'and gild to it baci will all l >eur be ivldow and children. The Relief Society workers held a lawn social at the home ot H. banorV staff was on holidays last week. i The ball game placed between Bar ona and Claresholm on W0n by Cluresholm MAGIC BAKING POWDER Thursday (from Ow Own Correspondent) July was with a violent lightning acconipanied by heat) thunder Wednesday erening. beginning a' 10 o'clock. It rained Ior two an at five o clock mornat with luted an hour and, will relieve parts that are lutterlng from drynew i Teddy returned ffom her Etzikom visit this week Jimti -Bummerfallowing been done in thit district" but lireaklng wieos In v some fields the in goDhera JIMgsvmis cHer Many tarmefa did'not poison as mother, Mr and Mrs Mart'Low tof the paet returned to her hojae 'ast eduesdaj Dr Duncan ot Didshurv was a, vls( tor at the Mart Low houfe Sifodiv and Xondav Frank Hubka IB the a j o m rhmied. fro -hi" Motor Co leaving tor Salt-Uke veryjj bei aoon There were from every, ward, rue program .was verv Interesting. Refreshments con- if this and Mrs. w. ery nr. lated outside See famished by'ihe Cardscon wards On night the members of Wjard Society met al yere iiaiiwto .._------- Harris of Nohleford. for two or three days' of last week. Seeing thaMarge number of ladies are on Uheir .vacation, it has been suggested, that a bachelors' associa- tion be formed. Who would be the After the splendid rainfalls of the past two weeks, the boys hnva uow dlECoyered a good swimming pool iu'st out of town.-. Mr. W.'G.'Hunt of Calgary., was a visitor, here-fpr_ a short time oii Sat- urday on an "aiito to.ur through the country; Mr. and Mrs. G. Chew and family have moved into the Hansen house this week, and Mr. and Mrs. Moiuls.liave returned to their own house, till rc- Tetnrneu 10 ineir im i .led oni at, our local hospital last occupiedV Mr. and t'ek Another splendid rain on Sunday gam t ,i Ju'fa1 Bui took sports day at'. Staxely on -DerrillHuiiinioiir lAsfccr Bowman Nellie bnyder Inn Hum mon and Arnold left -for "Water ton Lake's fishing trrp.wtth Mrs J F Snyier afc fWr .1 weeks Miss Unminoii is otir local tele- phone chirng the abscmu ol Miss fiaaor irho is takmg her laca tion andViolidays for twa -weeks. Mr R J vho has "bopn on nek listsfor ten day Is, get tmg along flae and will be "back In the dnig Mr.-.Harbld Scott was a Citniangay visitor on div 01 B D Hummom presiden.1 of manga} and Agricnlturo Avsocia t on is a bnsv nran these ilajs things Jined ap ior fair-which will Hi CarniaBga) on tagust Slh anS i "Mrs -T A is list this week f One-thiad of an inch ofrain fell 'Mr. John Woolf is seen'.around i .ck of Olenwood s a sukst of Sfie gouo oujjlo Magrath to visit friennVal u Mn and Jtoje moved tb Citdwell Mr and have moved tt> then'ranch. y-.'r Ella Haslam of v silins wilh Mrs Ceo forsia couple of weeks .The'.Relief Societies of Alberta Stake arejprepahng to have -choir, under the leadership of Mrs. jeater furnish aojio music for rthe stake to be held August Wheat Crop Flattened fey. Ram Wffl Come Up Again [Frcm Our On cvirreiwu'l RAYMOND. July 22.- This wept by the wbret eTcclri district ic slorm 7th aad .8th, CHICAGO GRAIN has helped! thtf crops Kiying still more hope and courage .to Hie farmers. Mr. and Mrs..ilex Sraitli of "Tacoma, are visiting with, Mr.rand" Mrs. Robert Smith. Mr. Alex Smilh is Mr.' Robert Smith's only brother now living'.- Mr. s..D..arimUis.y.wHq-Ior, more than one year has been 'manager of the Union. Bank of Barons, eipecls to leave in'a few ilaysf for_i3ostoH. Mr. driflilhs einccts'to take up ai new line of business there. ha has made many friends. He has. not only .been a ha has shown himself a man; as a citizen with us.1 We one and all; regret; to see him leave "and 'for Mr. and Mrs. GriOiths prosperity in .their new Ramsay'of Blackle'-'is 'the new of the Union Bank.'the; suc: ift years last uight. A dnst storm preceded the thunder, lierinln? and rain The .storm continued through out the uight. in terrible fur> -The wheat this moraine is reported to be flat, but it trill doubtless come up again. Tb'.e' torrential rain last night will be an inestimahle boon to lats crops, and will fill out the earlv wheat superbVy.' is reported from'hall'or I'.ghtnihg. .The electric power was off and the town, was in darkness all night. The which .Iwos in progress proceeded-, by .pressing into service the faithful oil sort of link between the .old the new Some arts predicting that another moiitlrwiU-iseblcuttiris commenced in the Raymond and Welling districls. mag- nificent. From; .tiiirly to thirty-five bushels an acre average ts being free- ly talked And the wheat like a crop of such pro- portions. Tho weather is ideal for growing. The hot weatlief'aud plenty of subsojl moisture .assure, the .crop Light showers, in the district south ol t'pw'ii have moistened up tho top soi rOlher grams and .potatoes.are also doing, fine j re.iniifred -Wltitla nine on fcfyfird. pkcf Whilla "B. J J F- gave a o'clock dinner July 2S in honor ot her dangh ter, Mrs. Chas. Larson, the date being "her birthday. Local 35c; bulter S5c, Mr. John licLeod -svspending> tnd week in Me'dicine Hat. Mr. W. H. Scotl had his cow crip- pied by: a train this :week, crushing .one-side of the; ribs, and thish. TOY BALLOON CHOKES SMALL uei ROiT BOY chil: dreh Hoicomb ave, nue this? afternoon to-help little-Ray- mond -Welis'-teiebrate birthday An hour later Jack C siv'was dead, the-vic- tim of a tragic accident, and. the olher little guests had to'.their homes. Raymonu mvled ane seven little girls to attend his party Each small guest received.! favor in the shape of a aquawker' balloon Sii-year-old Jack- was" captivate! with his balloon. He blew air, placed his thumb the mouthpiece, and at the shrill squeal of the toy A mo- toea't later the balloon; caught In his. throat and he fell gasping. Before a physician'.arrived' the lit- e fellow had choked to death; Pactfle J. GORDON TICKET Phoae 618 t- weather in the jnorthern in year .in if. deal iis on afmoaVdailiV ___ ijm unchanged figures to half-cent jhigh- or wuh December and -Sfp.f.oli lS ivera followed b> a moderate. i i THE CANADIAN BANK of -COMMERCE exceptionally good, facilities for the transfer of money to .all joints in Italy and can to the smallest village delay. The Lethbridge Bianch have specialized-in this paiticular and'aie in a position to quote The Manage! will' be pleased to discuss the mattei al any time. J 1 J i v I -j r M. r iVr r -s MANAGER Lr op Razor sharpens itself f and pop- ular forfniin vhicn corn was _n_ s served. AND. FLAKES fypm your J grocer befsiire by anm our 'POSt (NEWlj Toast ics roiniwiiauij iHni.i -viic ..uuu Women and children greatly predom .inated as the meu are busily engage 'fi ifiV'the hay fields. ,Tbe Chautauqu I jTOiillnues for three'- days, afteraoo and evening performances being given each flay. in the movement is keen. ,Tlie. children especially welcome Cbautaurinw and the supervisor, Miss Uibson. She has boon doing children's w'ork 'for the last'few days ycster- litlle ones giving a parade in costume. The scene.was a merry one v.'ilh the junior Chautauq.ua enthus- lasts representing a score of different races and with Qhau lauqua sons? and yolls and faces wreathed in wholesome smiles the affair was a most Inspiring one. Mr. and Mrs. C.-W. Lamb are en- joying a week's visit at the Waterton Lakes. Several people from Raymond at- tended the funeral'of the late Frank Kent held in Magrath yesterday. D. ii. Elton, lawyer, of Lelhbrlfoe, was a business visitor here, today, V.. -.Mr. and Mrs, H. home after a sli'Veeks' hdiidaT in Utah. i'A (From Our Own WREXTHASI, Julyt Frank Bond ot Wrenthatn nnd Manning of Stirling w.ere man-red last week, returned home Wednesday evening, were miOw'Sr Git Sat- urday night by neighbors and-frlends of WronthaiEi and SJlirling. Whlia Ihey were showering the jrida and groom made their getaway, by seizing a car, but were discovered and run down by several cars-, and at Wrentham, where they, provcri themselves gooil epoits by set-. ling up camly, Icc-'cream and refreshments of all tho beal In the town.' .We 'wiSh: them a long and happy life. u1-; W1 L- _ plean start for 'the' day 1 Out of your bed and shaved in three minutes. This is AutoStrop Razor service. Easily stropped, easily nothing to take apart or unscrew. The only safety razor that itself. Your travelling equipment is not complete without an AutoStrop Razor. -Any will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor, to you, guarantee satisfaction, or refund of purchase price.' Only complete with twelve 'blades in an attractive assort- of cases to suit any purpose. AutoStrop Safety Co Limited AotoStrop Canada f Nurso Mlngay is siiperintcndent of the new municipal hospital opened a. ftw ilnya ago at Dfumhellor-iiy-'Hoii C. H. Mlloli'oll. She has a stuff of eight nurses, am) .the institution Is now in full running ordtr, wilji.afnum- Lbcr of pallcnts a'ireacly menl. Fifteen thousand may bs offer. M In next ;