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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LBTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920 IN PUBLIC LIFE Head of Alberta Farm Women Addresses Public Meeting A( Bcivv Island (Prom Our Ovn Correspondeall PCTO ISLAND, July !S. Thvrsdav night a public Decline held In the Rest room when Mrs. Mutual Hail Co. was a busi- ness visitor in town one day last week. Jlrs. Oeo. RiJgeJsle and children arc havius a pleasant holiday at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Scott, near Webb. Mr. and MM. Kenneth Batsnua re- turned on Sunday after spending a two weeXs1 holiday. While away vere guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Spokane. Mrs. Klentclia left on Sunday uight for Spencer's Bridge, B.C., where Eie will visit tilth her sister. Mrs., A. Hobson left tor the to visit with friends but will also'Spend a short time at Spence's JImmie Jiushworth who uaderwent operation in the Medicine nem in ,C a operation m the Medicine gj Sears President of che United Ht, la- Tuesday is doing Women ot Alberta and Mrs. I: eter-, Jlrs Ru8hworth wenl to tbe n soil, also a I! F W.A. vrorkw Hut yaslerfty and Jlmmla came back ed 'the audience. Mrs. Sean, who ".was elected president of the convea- tion In the spring ia greatly enthused 'K witb the .vsstiiess of women's possi- bilities in tbe political ield. Mrs. Peterson spoke on prohibllion anti on women's influence in the home and f the dtetrlct. She sees la womin a helpmate and a great influence In tho i legislative buildings though she oiay i.QT-ar hp a member of Parliament. AMERICAN FLYERS EN ROUTE FROM NEW YORK TO ALASKA r wiih her. Mrs. Evans is n visitor tu Medicine Hat tbe past few days. Mr. A. Grijsby who spent a two weeks' holiday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Grlgsby left for Calgary the latter part ef week. Mr. and Mrs. Grig-shy. Sr. wbo have been visiting witb Mr. and Mrs. H. Grigsby left, for the country to toe sooth on Bundcy. Mrs. Andrew Spiers has a sifter j visitlns her wbo recently arrived from There was quite a large attendance and the speakers were greatly ap- rreciated Scoutmaster Mr. Hurlbort left yesterday for Car- several Bov Scouts oftbo district, has j ,0 TMt wUh bJ6 been camping at ranch. R James were Tlji. southeast of hero. Mrs. Gilbert and ions were also' away for tho holiday. Church service In St. Andrew's was conducted by Mrs. (Hov.) Gilbert Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. Matthers returned in ihoir hnme in Lethbridge after a pleasant holiday spent at the O'Neil ranch, south of towu and with friends in' town. Mr. Fisher, .representing 'the 60-60 your head feels like a basket of broken BEECHAM'S PILLS ENTERPRISE TABBR, enterprise of the Herald Is again to the fore to supply innfa loBS-folt Tiber, in a number .'of i' Southern Alberta. and The eiEht American airmen who are making the. longest flight ever attempted on this Sew York-to Nome. Alaska. The upper picture shows a line-up ot'three machines and tho lower shows the crews. A great part of the Itlgbt will bo tfver Canadian .territory. tora ia Bow Island yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Hat rlsjting In 'town on Monday- Mr, g. T. Huret went to Med'icino Hat yesterday to meet his 'mother, who is coming frorn' Dakota'to stay for a short time. Mrs, Pijpird.'ita'elj, was a visitor in town today. .Mr. ot Taber wag in town last night. Mr. Rico, barrister of Tan a business visitor here last night- Mr, and Mrs. A. F, Werts and sons were 'guests at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Geo.'Poole, Burdett on Sunday. Dr. Mmro has returned from a trip to Calpary. Stomach cr boird dis- order poisocs the blwd and thus irritito rest of tie body; UttMt Slit rf Jar m A. WmU. DO ALL MY HOUSEWORK _____________, t Before I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound I could hardly get about Live Organizations Now Couple of Ranch Sales- Entrance Exams House Adjoining- Saved By Bucket fll With Mumps stoke, and who has had about sli years in tlio profession. G. SI. Ueuuey, who up till three years ago was road superintendent [or this part of left on Sunday for Siayo Bros, hospital at Rochester, where ho will undergo a rather critical operation for stomach trouble. T. Bundy ac- companied Mm on the trip. g, many years I kave had trouble "with my cen'cs and been m a general run down con- dition for some" time. 1 could not do ray Wrk half of the time because o! the trouble with my monthly -sickness. 1 was told of Lydia E. .FinkKam'B Vege- laole Compound'by friends and advised' to try It It has done me good, and I strongly recommend it. Since I have taken it I have been able to fio all my own work, and 1 also know friends who hire found it good. '-You can use these lacts as a EliEN FLiTTERS, Box 761, Cobourg, Ont. Why will women continue to Buffer BO long is more than we can understand, wben they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? Bor forty years this good old fash- ioned root and herb remedy, which contains no narcotics or harmful drugs, has been the standard remedy for fe- male ills, and has restored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled -with such ailnltnU as displace- inflammation, ulceration, meg, ularities, If you special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi- dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by womsn and held in strict confidence. (From Our Own Correspondent! PRANK, July A. I. Blais has returned -home alter few days with her daughter in Letb- bridge. Mrs..Diion children are visit- ing In Lethbridge. Miss Nellie Watkins relumed to her home in -Cranbroofc after a few months visit with her aunt, .Mrs. Dick Jv'bore. Mrs. Ola' Kraft has as her guest her sister, Mrs. George Robertson of Montana. and Mrs.-Dick Moore-ana chil- dren and Mr. and Mrs: Harrison spent the week-end Mr. Boyce, one. or the patients at he Sanatorium passed to the'.Great leyond Sunday -morning. Mr. JImmie Loftus of Hillcrost .pent Sunday with friends in FrankI Mrs. James Nayior was the guest of Blals Friday aiternooa. Jlr. Joe Macllhage who went to on .the North Fork (From Onr Own Correspondent) CRESTON, B.C., July Valley now boasts no less than five lociils of the United Farmers of Brit- ish Columbia, spread over au area not more than twelve miles in length. Tho newest branch is tbat at-the soldier settlement at Uster. which-was or- ganized at a largely attended aud enthusiastic meeting on was addressed by provincial organizer j Humphrey of Malakwa.' For a starter' members joined and it is confident- ly expected that before the rieif meet- first' Saturday in August, there will be not less than 75 names on tlie roll. A couple more ranch sajes are rc: ported this week. W. H. Trotter has sold his th'reo acre property adjoining town to Mr. Sweet of imperial, Sask., who gets possession in September. The other was Ibe west halt of the old Griffin raucb, which has been purchased by G. Nickel of Kostheru, Sask., a prairie .neighbor -of llr. Schade of same town, who last brought the .cast this suiao rencb.: The acre- lot oil Van- couver, street, just back of C. G. Bi nctt's residence has been sold to K. Brown for It was formerly owned by of Medicine Hal. At thV Agricultural Association meeting on Friday night the directors selected their .committees lo look after tbe'different departments on fair day ns well as adopting the new prize list.' The grounds committee was voted to do eome necessary and instructions were also given to proceed with the of a, new poultry shed. This year's list of awards accounts for about ?600 in i dition lo eight silver cups, which are Farmers Get Steady for Harvest at Two .Storey Building (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, July .Methodist church-and Sunday" school held- their- annual picnic.-today at large crowd attending the picnic. Tlie weather though somewhat1 was almost perfect for such an event, and jaw Lhe breezes from-tlie to cool the air. A' big program of ath- letic sports was-p'.itibniincluiling'rac- ing, jumping and rtho-like. Some of Ui3 citizens managed.lo arrive on the scene in time for the big spread laid out under the trees; but this was be- cause of business holding them up- town. In 'general most of the.crowd. came early and stayed late, there iie- ine no storm approaching hurry Ihe festivities. Prizes' were distri- do up the enthusiasts in that line in the neighboring burg. One firm here has shipped In IOC cases of coca cola aud soft drinks in tho' fair. A. Goils and Geo. Bitlls under taken to euler'jthe threshing business aud.''are bringing iu -an outfit from about K miles southeast of. lown. Two different: species ot worms which are neither mo're ciuar ter inch 'long, have attacked onions'and Russian-thistle near Fin castle. The one attacking the onion is about that length, and has dark green and light stripes alternately The other seems to touch nothing bu Russian thistles, but. strips -it bare and Is about an eighth .of an Inch long H has a. checkered appearcuee, some- what like a tiny silk cord, such .as-I used In some fancy necklaces'. .Th the-grub is t through like a ripe thistle in appearance, clean-is its work.. When, disturbed it its head: into, the bod somewhat like a telescoping, cup. ,Th to either thistles o buious yet plight. A few early'harvest hands have a rived from the mountains. Taber football team plays at Re aud other F Wants'i man ijaresfiiiVlp'is long as hij ordl dary-needif ..But to the man Hho'Sas'diiifcS-M the rainfall this season, and realizes that in a country whire raluful measure, meuts are ,.a serious., matter, as a certain amount Is necessary crop, it ia of advautago to know if proper amount bis fallen'during a ven' period, the fact that few, rain uges were to be found In the south, a matter ot moment. Tho editor of o Herald, after due consideration of ib reports', evidently .decided to put n the uu'ciruiniV of the avcr-l ge'rainfall', and with] upt. Fair if ol d" of' tlie Eip'erim ental has obtained ralu gauges from I v.-hitlrara being dls- ffereat points in Prom n expert hero wo learn that there are only in. the and oriie reports of'rain, must have ap- eared unbelievable 'to' Sections vrhlcls. id not amount! The rain gauge for the Tnber cor- espondent has arrived, and been dub- a'ccor'rtiiiK to directions, and ileYald, will- thus be able to upplf accurate readings of rain- all in tkose ihe "Expefi- mental Farm will .be able, for govern- DON't KNOW WHETHER CANADIANS PARTICIPATING OTTAWA. July 29. or, not 'Canadians are participating in the Olympic tar- get shooting contests now In prcereta. Is not known at of Uomlnkiij nine here. "Aa effort to tblaln of Ue dlao corjtciBtor.ti from was met with the tbo Trhcio natler.waa In the ffjliii cocimaudant of the Bidey team now .decide to euleri'Citudlan Ute ndt known at conse- quently no names were buted to tbp the festive :dish of ice cream imliiced social advances, i plenty of fun marked the proceedings. Frank has returned home, reports a nice trip. Mr. Reddle Crowley is on the sick list IhlsVsok, but was able to be out Owing to'Rev.'Young being ill with [he. mumps he was unable to fill bis appointment hare on: Sunday; The splendid 'rains, here rhado a great improvement in.the gardens. Tbs Coucher was burhed'bn Monday night. Men.with --buckets-arrived .onHhe scone: in time the; home; but the a complete loss. Mrs. N. C.' Webb and cliildren ieft on Wednesday, morning for Spokane and other points in "Washington. Miss Peggy'Penman spent Monday and Tuesday -in Cowley the guest of Mrs. Roper. mbnt'purpoBes to tabulate the amo'unl of precipitation iu the district. Tiber tself' will h'avc 'the 'Tjenisfit ot first hand information, and tho enterprise oE'the'Herald deserves to''be noted, indsor Table Salt "The Romance ot Lethb show- ing local viovrs and the natural beaut- ies 61 at the Pooehlr. Do uot miss Industrij otter wnr Ujltlmate fin- uncial JnclIIty to growing We are prepared to adrajices ap- proved trade paper Tha collec- tion. of drafts receives special attention Sound industries can obtain, ntcetsary bsciioK for .OurpractlcaL adtisorr assistance can be an nicely distributed throughout the fruit, vegetable, cattle, horses and poultry classes. The results of tbe 1820 Entrance examinations were issued'the latter part of the week, and show eigUC ol the thirteen pupils from Creston school were succ'esslul. Of thirty pupils from the sue Valley schools only twelve made tbe requisite num: ber of marks to pass. On this showing there will be ample room in the local high school to accommodate the pros- pective lot of high school students. Miss Estcllo Smitb, who has been organist of both the church and Sun- day school for the past five years was suitably remembered on the eve her departure fur Nelson, on Monday and tbe last of the bomcrcomers be- gsu to stray into town about dark. A good tlmo is reported- by the .pic- uickers. Over a hundred binders have: been sold by the implement men here al- ready. The machines are' lining tbe vacaiit lots, isad poking themselves in- to "the limelight .everywhere.' 'Eorne have gone out already, but the; big rusH is yet lo eipress loads contain binder parts and can- vases galore. Well, and we guess they will be needed top; A party from Saskatchewan, tour- ing the country in-order to nave a view, of Southern Alberla, landed in town last night, after a somewhat roundabout route, aud .motor: delays. Four persons composed the party, which travelled in a zigzag fashion over the southern' part of the dis- trict, and then beaded west to have a look at the irrigated land near Coal- dale. Kroiii this point; they wero bound north, to see Central'Alberta. We understand that they bad decided on account of the drouth to see what Irrigation was as tlie crop had some eilent iu Tlie party had Northern Quebec Will Yet Be Raw Material Centre For Big Steel Interesl QUEBEC, July Blake, representin several English who has been exploring Chlbougamou and Nor-; them Quebec with a party arrived in, the city today on his wa> down tie north shore to make'further explora- tions Mr! Blake predicts that the dav i not far 'djslant whea the large.steel inf crests look to Northern Quebec for their raw material The enormous water powers will provide the- part which coal has played-with regard-to the production of. iron and steel. imporlant factor In tna success ofinylnftuaf-r. Resoorot exceed UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbndge Branch C. C King, Manager Branches also at Cardston and Attend the Phoenli and" see "The' Romance of tba cast com- pp'seil entirely of Lethbridge people PALACE MARKET SATURDAY SPECIALS 32c 20c 30c CHOICE LEGS OF MUTTON, per CHOICE SHOULDERS OF MUTTON, per STEWING MUTTON, PURE LEAF LARD, per FRESH SHEEP LIVER, per ft. VtIC FINEST FARMER'S DAIRY BUTTER, per BEEF, MUTTON, PORK AND VEAL IS DOWN, 5c TO iOc PER LB. PAL ACE ME AT MARKET THIRJEENTH STREET N, PHONE 431 rith a purse and ,a suitably v.'orded The water on the flats Is lowering rapidly these days and at ita present rate" of fall H will be but a matter, has about all dls- of a week until it h With Hi .8 departure and the excessively hot weather the an- nual mosquito nuisance Is at its worst just at some parts of the Valloy smudges having to bo resorted to. It Is not'likely haylns will com- mence this season until at least the first of September. Creston baseball team will hook up with Wycliffe on'Sunday In tho first of n series of liome and home games for tho Kast Koolenny.cliamplonsliip, at-a garage some distance to the east of here. The old groccry'at the corner just: belilnd the depot, was'yesterday trans- ferred via' steam engine and Main St. to tbe lot on Russell -Ave. owned by T. Carr, .who has purchased the-build- Ing. As the building was a tw'o storey one, an electrician accompanied It to remove and erect the telephone and light wires. The building will he re- "modelled a residence. -'This Is the second old landmark removed from the street, in the last few'daya. However the ago demands and wliat would do -ten .years ago, will not do now. The day ap- proaches when Hallway street will bo Your Digestion When add-distressta, relieve the indigestion with Dissolve easily on as take candy. "Keep' try, Kl-moltfs OF EMULSiON. Refreshments That Are Different CGZEMA You are not cxporimem- Ing vrlion k yon nse j -'Chase's OifiU men t for Eczema and- Skin Irriti- lions. It -tcllcTCS at orico find graau-. snr'hcils tlio Bfclii. Sample box you mention thia taper and COo. a iox: nil dealers or. Kdmanson; Co., '.Inllted. Toronto. siderably Btrcngtliened for this oc- casion. The trustees bave been sncccsaful in oecnrlng a teacher for Division 111. ol the public school, in a Miss Bng- l.ind who taught last year at Revel- Areltbu Strong and Energetic? i is one of the great- est foods for building body and nerve tissue Attractive in form Delicious in taste: Needs No Sugar "There's a Reason" as breaking a hand or a foot have oc-< curred In the vicinity in the last two weeks. The victims bowevor all seem lo present a cheerful appear- anco. Touring parties stopping a fow hours In Taber, while eh route to the llal, or Lethbrldge, are becoming n familiar sight. Tlie U.F.A. held picnic at the river on Tuesday, and although the attendance was not l.irgc as many.Eire busy cutting and shocking those who went enjoyed, themselves. Work at the Fair Grounds is now concerned with finishing louchcs. The Bhow ring was finished today, tho bsrns arc being whitewaBhed, and everything made ready for the grand event. I Information obtained here regard- ing the effect of the recent s.torni' in the hailed district near Lake Pak- owkl, Is tliat tho telephone men had Just been i-fpairlng the wires, and wero called Irnck'to flnd tbat much of tho work had been destroyed by tho storm. 'The copper wire in iiBo previously had Blood out well, but the now wire was not, so fortunate. Juet put on it was broiccn up badly by, tho electric current. Tlie baseball team goes lo netlaw Wf tomorrow to handle and Gas, Sourness and Pain How To Treat. Medical authorities itato that nearl nine-tenth of the cases of stomac trouble, indigestion, F.oiirncss.-burnlni fiis, bloating, nausea, etc., aro duo t aniexcess of hydrochbrlc add in in stomach and not as some believe- to lank of digestive julcee. The dellcat Blpmacb lining is irritated, digestlo Is.delayed and food sours, causing th disagreeable symptoms which over stomach sufferer knows so well. 'Artificial are noi neede cases (ind may dp real lianr Try laying aside all digestive aids an Instead got from any druggist a fe ounces of Blsuratod Magnesia nn lako a Jeaspoonful In a quarter.glas of" water right after eating. Th sweetens iho stomach, prevents It formation o( excess acid and tlicro no sourneu, gas or pain. Tllaurito (In tablet form- np'ver liquid or Is harmless 1 this r.loinwh, Inciiwnslvc to take nr isHbe most efficients form of magnc la'-for stomach purposes. It is used 1 thousands of people- who. enjoy