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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY'HERALfr UESOAY, JULY 27, 1920 Farmer Breaks Hand From Board is Busy Our Own Correspondent) 'July I-- U. S. clnirch uclJ its annual picnic to river on Satin-day afternoon, n-large crowd laWus advantage of Ihe occa- sion- to have some outdoor suon. A big spread was made under the trees isidered, among other things, a nirai- [ber ot special entries. A number of I smell detrlls m connection with the 'oiierat'm ot tht fair were attended tD, bal the members of tho Vets' dele- gation on fooibull mailers were un- abln to be present. The last meeting will be held Saturday night, and uno probably before thin. j _______ K. J. Kranken leit ou the early j morning train Saturday (or Men Needed Als liuise liiiL and other points m _. i BOrt'jwcsttru States. He expects lo be; goue till uear Christmas, but may be here u short time about the lirst of I i The morning service at KBOX church on Sunday was taken by Ihe Ilev. Dr. superiaiemlwit home missions for southeastern B.C.' ami southern Alberla, assisted by the pus- Crop Outlook Prospects Bright ior, Kev. A. .C. Bryan. Shortly before near Ihe bridge evervbodv having a the sermon i. baptismal service was held, iu which four children were bap- tized by the pastor, those vt Mr. and. Mrs. Tomlin, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. Powell. and of Mr. and Mrs. Barley. The hand of Ihe Lelhbridse Salva- lion Army Corps took" part in the ser- vices at Taber over the Urs. Crow, daughter of Mr. W. A. Porteous. who has beeu visiting iu .Taber since the funeral or Mrs. Por- (eous..Ml on Friday for Wetaskfwin, io pay a visit to her 11 ut-le. Mr. ;lep- _burn, of thai place. ".Mrs. O. X. Jolmstone arrived horac cu the eastbound Kriday afternoon. 'We'are Informed lhat the, stork taltei) last waek at Ihe horn? of Mr. end Mrs. J. E. Evanson and left z liaby lioy '-bat ha? only one rival. The vci-ht o! the stt.rk's 'cargo was 13 U I assembled in .the court Louse pounds. The record te held, so ii is I Maritzburs and deliverec! speeches ZULUS PAY TRIBUTE TO BRITISH GOVERNOR DURBAN. South of the Zulu nation, his ringed head- men and many uiiiiof chiefs, recently Louse ai pounds. The riicom is neiu. so H is i .-uuruzuurs .EIUU speeches of Ebiii; hv the recent I'.cWftiu'.i to aiid esteem for Lord Sidney family of Mr. and Mrs. z hoy Chcrles Buxtoii, retiring general ot But tjia'.'s cluErjSuulh Africa, and I.ady Bustou, who enough" j accompanied him on the farewell I't ii-ar Taoor farmers bad UintvjSii. There was au 'oulhusiasltc misforfnnc! ttt other''liny to Jalf from! (SemonatreUon. a 'jlo-.v 2111! ihougif close to the! landod-1 oil one -if tho sharp LABOR UNOPPOSED iii'iho vicinity, breaking The injured niemuer is now in splints, but r.iakiag good progress io- Tvaril recovr-.ry- The talr b'fjurti held their" regular .meeting on Saturday night and con- (From Our Own Correspondent) TABKR, July J. Uilligmeier, of the Mcl.ausbliu Garage, left on tt three cays' Iriu 10 Calgary by motor Yesterday. A louring party, consisting ot Mr. and Mrs. Dunham of Coaldale, Miss Helen iicKinetry, Misses Davidson and Miss Meeker, of Ill- stayed in Taber this evening for u short time, after viewing the town and vicinity. Mr. Duuham is a brother of S. S- DuiihaiB of Lelhbridge, and slated in conversation with the Her- aid correspondent lhat the parly were haying H look at the district, and In particular al the farm owned by -Mrs. Dunham. He considered the crops in Ihe Taber district to bo good, and stated they had been having a look at Ihe irrigation canal, which made things look nlilural lo anyone corn- ins from .Coaldale. Mr. Dunham also staled lhat Irom Ihe accounts received the Taber fair was bound a big one ihis year. He thought the.party would try to have a look in when (he fair was on. The louring.party was taking north part of the thinks tola country out, of doors. After visiting tho Glacier and Walcrlou Lakes F-arks, he uipects to rcluiu by way of -Yellowstone Park. He Enid in with your re- porter: "Vou suru a wonderful country and 1 ma pleated wilh all.I navo seen." -Mrs. Lucy Taylor of Vtah is vlsiUos relalives here In Cardston. She is Ihe g'jest of our; jeulal picture show manager, Miss Lula Nielsen. 11 is reported thai during Ihe recent storm that Visited the south, several fichis of grain nevr Ulenwood Were destroyed with hail. Hr. B. J. Wood, Geo. Striujjhain shd John being Ihe heaviesC losers. _ S'o hail has vis- iled Cardston this year. The Orangij a lawn parly at ihe homs'of'JJr. i. Ibey on uesdav evening. Mr. 1. M. Co.ombs has Just returned from a two weeks business trip through Ibe Pass. Miss Luta Nlelson was In Edmonton lasl week Mr. Glpn Wellman of Siddon, Ihe week Sliest ot Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Lou Nielsen's Bee Hive swarm, con sisting of Grandma Pilling, .Mi Lowe, Mrs. Dames, Mrs. Winder, Jilts May, Mrs. Qulnton, Mrs. Ben .Olseh and -Mrs. Stoddard will spent; nei week at Ihe Lakes. Mrs. Lucy Taylor, Maslcr Prank Taylor and Mis? :Lula Nielsen wer guests of Mr. 1. M. Coomb, at Sunday. Mrs. Lydla Brown has returned t her home in Salt Lake after a visit o several months, with friends' and 'rela lives; v Mr. Francis iNielson of -Weaier LONDON, July As- sociated the Ebbwvale election, Evan Davies. the labor can- didate, was returned unopposed, his opponent, Tom Richards, resigning. 'district, according Io passengers, be- fove coming here. The P.etlaw fair lakes place on the 2Sth of this month and Ihe fair, di- rectors bere will try to attend !a body. lie C.P.R. leam and Ihs girls' baseball Idaho, is in town.- At.the Sunday evening services t the.L. D. S. tabernacle Mr. John'An WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT FOOD has come down centuries of study and experiment. The most perfect foods for inanare the whole wheat (Jrain, wheat, or thrtwm away s a erfect lundheorc Wheat Baseuits with milk, a di_. ofIfttiic6 salacl, a: disli of and easily m i dcrson Major H. B. Brown we the speake'rs; .The music fii nished by the choir, "Mrs. Annie La) A'game of baEeball has been planned 1 ton, Mrsv-IuisPKeasou and Mr. Wa r Wednesday of this week between v J Mrs. Annie D. Snow has jeturne from TJtah, where she has been THE HANDSOME STONES OD .view.hcrft Are not ex- poiisive .aa yoy may the'r. when VH isn- arc on liarul L'etiiferidcre; Mcnmncrital "Works EIOHTH STPEET SOUTH The Wonder Flour HAVE YOU TRIED ASK YOUR GROCER .FOR IT. -ASK FOR AN OGILVIE-COQK 'BOOK-FREE am, as a tryout hefore the gacia al e fair VJlli the Coaldale girls. :The rls say they' will be 'there, 'so" from i appearances it will place. A racllce game was indulged in- to- was rather checkmated [by football practice which 'takes ,ace every Monday and Friday and Eiially.: draws a 'fair '..attendance, nough for a good The football team say that'they es- ect now that the Scott'C'np winners 111 he here for the last day of the air.. If the news comes; true, lere will be a full grandstand. In- erest in the Bame'is still very much live, and the hoys are keeping them- elves In good trim hy regular, prac- !ce. -_ Advertisements are out for men wanted by irrigation .contractors, nd rye .harvesters 'are _in demand -hen their presence IB knownvl Bj le end of tho first .week .-in: Augusl ireshing of rye ought to-hegin. A :claims dgenl was here rnlfly.-jrinking.his ns tl inspection .The old" Union hoted has at. last anlsned into oblivion, the carpenters eing engaged in taking out the floors, iopf, walls 'and all else hare disap jeare'd, traveller will find era ong scant sign that "it ever, existed. Geo. Rede] is having made to Ihe front of residence on Bt SI'.. South. "The street south of the' depot, which hasaiways heen an now been graded and made adaptable traffic. era! studying geneology at th Utah Stat.e Ceologlca! CONFEDERATE MONEY IN GERMAN BERUN, Jniy :C6i federale currency in large quantitje has heen discovered in Berlin and othe'r parls of- Genrisn Outlawed paper money has fptin ready.takers among the unguspectln who have rapidly eichaneed' it fo marks at current rates. One raerch'an Is- known .to hare, given marks for a bundle of 'Co'hfcderate.bills.' BLUE RIBBON It is easy to imitate the advertise marts.of BLUE TEA, but the tea itself can be neither imitated ftor equalled M Is in Critical Ov, erturried Buildings And Killed Horses olo south It means Ihous- lo dollars to the farmers, For- tanatjy.most of.the hay was gather- ed in "from'Ihe lake.bottom. BRITAIN SPAIN IN OLYMPIC POLO OSTEND. July England defeat- ed Befgiunvyesterday in the continua- tion of play in the Olympic polo com- petition here. The score was Eng- When your brain works like a dog with'lhree legs you need Sightseers Visit Building Near- ing Completion Day Quietly Observed (From Our Own Correspondent) GRASSY LAKE, July of damage done by Ihe storm of Wed- nesday night continue lo come the' 'farm xof Mr. Komhatz1 south .'of town, several out buildings were over- turned. Tie same happened at the home of Felix Gross, showing the strength of the wind. 'At.trie farm of Mr. Chryst three horses were killed blinded. :-'T. .'We regret tp- report, that on-his way. home fronY iown in his m'otor, Clem Carr, eldest son of Mr. Martin Carr, was lightning; He was' removed to Medicine'Hat- hospit- al on Friday in an unconscious con- .ditlon.. He is' -soldler-.of the'U. S. A. arniy. and 'was hadly wounded front. ..Quite recently 16 had-'an arm broken and at preBciiC 'e is-in. a critical condition, but hope s expressed that he through. This morning word -was received of i he deith of Mr. Pete Gbmeroel In he Medicine Hat.hospital. eroel.has ailing for> some time and only 'morning '-went down to Medicine Hat. He was a led farmer' "children, to whom'the sympathy of many friends is extended. A meeting'', of; the United Farm Women was held in the Pern Hall on Friday afternoon when addresses were delivered bv Mrs Sear and Mrs Peterson. The addresses were listen- ed to with, much interest and several songs' rendered, by local ladies were much enjoyed. A dance in the barn at the Webber farm and the birthday party of Miss Betty.Robb were the.two, socj.al.events ot the pa'st week. Our Own Correspondent! July B.. J. tyood and company are visiling Ihe northern .warfls of the Alherfa Slake, holding meetings and visiting the peo- ple in relation to their duties as mem- bers of Ihe church and e.xhorling to more failhfnl performance of duly. July 24th. Pioneer passed off very rmletly here. Those who had carp and coiild gel away ellher cele- brated at Glenwood or Aetna or be- took themselves to Ihe beautiful j Waterloo i Uncle Tom is kept ousy loose days i jOiowtni: visitors through Ihe temple. Many people n're passing through Iowa are desirous 9! visiting (his most j v.-onilerml lomple. All who present themselves at 3 p.m. have the priv- ilege of being conduced through and listening to the? explanation of the filvacuire and use of (ha building. As it (ml nearing completion a very EOO'J can lie hart ot Its inagni- Dspu'.y Allorney General, A. 0. j Ihe week at Waterton I ?.rirt the Glacier Park accom- 1 panlctJ bv Mrs, Tayior of Provo. Mastei Kranh Taylor of Prnvo, Mr. sna y.if. Ret Oldroyd. Cir: sr-.i! Mlrr. O'.vor. Oidroyd i us ol Miss Luia N'lelson. Mr Hob Oldroyd leaver Cardslor, wt-tli lor nnrde'.l, where ht will rnrinngfli ol the- Pioneer Lumber Co finiDy Ic about A Marlot; ar.-.l Alice ft'ebiter were Prirtaj evtriing. July 53. Mrs. and Eunice Fer- guson tout the Jiinlor IJee Illve girls lo the Lakes last week. Saturday and Sunday, Angus! 7th and Slh. Ihe Alberla Slake conference' wll! be neid. It is not known yd whoi will Oe In attendance representing the general authorities of Ihe church, hul no doubt some of the Aposlles will be here. Mayor 11 D Brown AP rr.enia Lee, u-bo have bott ir. Utah for soverai week.1 're M 1 A have returned and be cajled upon lo report the convention heM In Salt Lake City, a; ihey -urc there as Otic-gates from the s'.ake. I Mr, Chas. Turner, sor. of en-sheriff Turner ol Ulah Utah, and hla; wife- anil family are visiting with his] couMn, Mr. L roilc-lt. Ills home j Is jo Colorndc and he agent for a Marge heel sugar company. This ial lilf firsl vlsfl to tbu whea! fields ol Alberts tt verj favorably Impressed w.'.fi'til K his He An active'brain must have sure blood, not poisoned wtth products of liver and kidnef laziness. Appear At Yen? ir >-ou a YiliUotl ymi eaa con- fident of upea at j-our best In tut a Kndtn.to ikhi a wsndcffollv. mil beyond c land 8, Belgium 3. England and Sn'ain will meet Id the final match this, at- ternoon. Tho United Stales army team, which was. defeated'by-the Spanish' team, on Sunday, will play Belgium, Tuesday for Ihlrd nnd fourth places In.tho.tournament. At Conuellsvllle, Penn., there was au oulbreak smallpox, and the authorities were going to take the patients to the municipal hospital. Wneii they cimo to lock for tho hospital it. had been only" a feu- boards remaining.-. Ooura ud s Oriental Cream FItD.T. HOPKINS BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when' the is racked with pain. Everything worries and ihe victim despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine COLD MEDAL Thi ntlloni! remedy of Holllnrl tor 200 ytara; it la en enemy of til pitas re- telling from kidncr, liver uric troubles. All druggists, 50c. boi. eaxae oa boi accept no PILES f not cross. We are cerlaln ihsre was some good reason why they nol there. We would have been pleased to have met our many friends and dfty school workers from the variou points. Perhaps we will be grantct the privilege some lime later. The rain Thursday night was cer lalnly a.good one, II soaked riown from six to eight Inches here and an r be general throughout tho ONLY TOBLETS MARKED Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer contains proper dircctionB for Cold's, lomt anil Pun generallj icen jcara iiid made in Canada m f of Barer Tablets of Aspa-m Vfhich i if only one But "Bayer" jpl l-j 1 L e tr ao raa 1. fa cr d In lisp Tador? ot Mo o -ic f it "allc lie LOHII -dm Ea l t r t f i j B-ili t flL B o" StripedP SOCIAL TE SOOALTEA gTscyrr "5, ice the life fir silk stockings I OILED stockings'wear oul soonest! LUX-wafched stockings last the longest.! Its so simple and easy to wash trieminthequicklymade, creamy LUX lather. Dp it witriotit twist- ing or Do it in a very few moments. _lron while damp with a warm iron and the daintiest, sheerest stockingslook like LUX is so pure that il will harm nothing that pure water may touch. There is no substitute for LUX. Grocers and departmental stores sell it.' Kcdfe booklet "The Care Clolhts" mallcJ an request. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, LU ;