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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAH.Y HERATjD TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1920, Ibetalb Blbetta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDCe HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 826 Cth Street South, Ltthbrld.-o W. A. BUCHANAN ind Managing Director John, Torrance Business Manager Audit Bwsa at Circulations. BabicrspUon Datly, deHraed, per weak DaUr, by mail, per year........ Daily, by mall, tor 6 monthe Daily, by ntlU 3 months br mall per year 8.00 4.M 2-BO LSD Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 4.00 deals with all credit claims of and over, allowing at the same time a number ol "creditors Vhose claims amount in the aggregate to ,500 toj tfedare a debtor Insolvent. We have had In the Province hitherto what has been known as assignments in case of debit, with no provisions to these compulsory; the uew Act provides for what may be termed compulsory assignment, in the power it gives for declaring an Indivi- dual bankrupt. By these means it gives tho Individual the facility of starting again, provided bis Insolvency hr.s not been brought about by dis- honest means, in declaring him a dis- charged bankrupt. So long as he is legally adjudged a bankrupt, and has proved to have made an honest en- deavor to meet his creditors, he is able after a veriod to start business again without old liabilities still cllng- .15 Ing to him. A man who has been un- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. .What was the Hegtra? i. What are Oghams! 3. .What is a hedge school 4. How coined "to be lu quod" to ean to be put Into effect Toe appointment Is announced of Lieutenant Colonel Robert' Francis Peel, MJV to be Governor of St. Helena. A by-election neces- sary In the Woodbrldge Division of Suffolk, which ColonelPeel at presetic represents as a Coalition Unionist i i By a vote of 84 to 33, the ratepayers of tbe Hume school, district, .coter- mtnm.s with .the suburb of Falrvlew declared la favor of consolidation with the Kelson school district. .This is regarded as a first step toward .union of Fairvlew and Nelson. COULEE (from Our Own RAYMOND, July fternoon the Spring Coulee Colts will ross bats with the local- baseball quad. A lively game Is expected as t Is reported that the Coulee has a ast on their teanu re -is the regular half-holiday, Wed- nesday so that a good crowd Is as- ured. At. night the K. Y. C. club re giving 'a' dance In the opera house. merce, the general manager, Sir John Alrd, was elected vice-president anil general manager, and (h9 Right Hon. Sir Thomas White, former nuance minister of Canada, alto elected vIce-preaklenL' Sir Alexander MaeKenjtle. K.B.K, of Rio Janiero, president of ths BrsiUlan Traction IJght and Power compaiy, limited, was elected a director ot the .bank. Sir Edmund yvalker retains the presi- dency. That there peaches in New is profiteering in York was shown the other day, vrhen a huckster; on one'street was selling them, for two cenU each. On a street three blocks away another huckster was selling them for nine ;cents each. At Chester, Pa., Robert WaTfnecht went.to call on his sweetheart He was told she was not at home. Then he went home, locked himself in the bathroom and turned on .the gas. The gas.was wasted tor noth In, as Robert hospital. revived at :the At a meeting ot the board of direc tors of the'Canadian Bank of Cora, You'll Be Surprised At the pleasure a.Victrota the h'ome will give you. Music taste. for every. Victrolas 'upwards. Sold on terms. easy We. can sell, iou_ mado for the (Victor. Jljcprd; Ask for Big 'Free. Catalog, list- lag and- describing .every Victor Record HASON mi mm "The Balmoral Block Home of' the .Vlctrola" Cloud and .-'Lightning Made Quite a is Needed The detarmlnMInn to win tho Am- erica cup is In keeping with the char- acter of Sir Thomas Llpton. It Is tn dogged determination and perscrvanco that he owes his present commercial Feeling optimistic ;.'over ills- Wcathor following 'rains cool, WARNER OKF Own C-jrrf.-, WAHNETi, Alia., July 26.- Since tho c-, Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAX, July and Mrs. jLiddle.and family-left on Fri- day morning's train jtor Pomona, Cali- fornia. Mr. Liddieihaa been in :the iewelry business tat over. two.years. They will be num- ber of friends. They.have taken quite an active interest In .the town nhd In the Institutional church, ot which they were Mr. Powell is his bench in the jewelry store. He is quite I'leas- ed with the prospects for a good busi- ness. Mrs. Powell is visiting at Taber. id will arrive of these to begin housekeeping again. Mrs. (Grandma) Boyd, grandmothe of Mrs. Liddle, left on Friday eve- ning's train for sbe will visit, her son. Mrs. Boyd has en- deared herself to everyone who knows her. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Gomery, who are travelling by anto from, the At- lantic to the Pacific toast, viBlled Mr Carson for a litllo while'en route. Others have been having tho rain; far we have had only the lightning and tho Ihunder. On Wednesday ant Thursday evenings the cloud arrange ment in tbe heavens was magnincen and illuminated by the flashing light ning, was a sigbt worth-watching and beholding. A Ilttlo of the rain would have been welcome as things are pretty dry around-the district. Bui the trailing clouds of whiteness amid the darkness and the din were indee< compensation. Alt. Humby blew into town and is already back on his old job. Th. streets were needing a little ciean ing up nnd already show marked Im provement since Alf. got at them. Another landmark will soon be re moved, as we understand Mrs. Eacot has sold out to some Lethbridge peo pie. Mrs. Kacroft finds'her growlni business a little loo heavy for he strength and wil] take a holiday ba fore settling down again In Coleman Miss Irvrin, of Iho Internationa CoKe fc Coal Co. staff, has gone fo a holiday to Kelson. The doctor think she ousht to benefit bv the change o altitude. The llcv. D. K. Allan, pastor of th Institutional church, nest wee! for Edmonton where he will spen his holidays. Daring tbe month of August onl one service on ths Sabbath will b held lin the Instltntlonaf church. If the company desires to com- promise with the public In the way (0f raising the price of gas, It goes a loii'g'Vny !o nrdn. n'ny'chnnce ol obtaining sympathy by tho ncllon In abutting down work on tha new weils. Tho publlo Intimidated. refuse to bo last report another good rain has vis' this community. There was a tail electrical storm with. ?ome hall, which caused considerable (Jamago lo ii few fields of grain. This damage, however, was lo a very llmlleci area. If present progress. .'In -growth and filling continues tho 'yield will exceed expectations. Farmers arc busy get- ting Ihetr land in shape 'for another season. cowtle'v-