Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
JUNI-; i, :oi7 Tllli MiTMIHMDGE DAII-Y 1I1CIULO PACK SliVliN Calgary, Hay The following Is tho [irst drall, or utlulslors Al- berta made by tho Alberta foofer- cuce Jiow Is: bcssEon. The tif- tcr tho nsiucs indicate tho umuljcr of .vcars tbo uiiutatcrs have oil ilio circuit: Dlltrlct. ee E. erase. V I'nlcn T. I) Jones. (41. Jolin M. Fawcclt (21. Thomas Milllp. S. T. (2) l.nckv Strike Ono wanted. Foremost Krnesl Davldec, D A- (II. _ llnrry S. HirJ, D.A. ID. Iron SMncy I'lko (he supcrlntend- cut or llarous to Lo tmppHcd. J. II. Drown. Maclcod District Macleuil-H.A. A? I.civls. Maclcoil A. J. lluilii muler (lie FUiwrliilcidcul or A, T. Bell, Maclood. Slaillnc To be supplied. under Hie fuiior'lnlcndcnl of C'hrcsliolni. William R. Mac.S'lvcn, B.A. J. Newton Wilkinson Klshlurn under the super- intendent ot I'lnchcr VV. X. Stewart (Cowlcy under the superintendent Plnclicr Sta- J. Dyer. o[ Frank. v II. Peters. To lie supplied. Wltllniu T. Young High River District High J. .Valiioii, Herbert E. Jlwrhtcudenl of Washington avenue. 0- 1'yljua. raiinlled under (no superintendent or LTruuress. T. Klsdon' under the- superintendent oT Kittu avenue (lurch. .Medicine Hal. 11. Maddoek. Taylor S. Worrell lo Lc supplied. Baunders, li.A., (I) J. Slaloy under tbo superintendent o! Washington avenue, Medldno Hal. f Fertile Bojnlon (11, under (ho nuiicrlnlcftdenl ol Uosv sland, How (31. under (lie Eujier- utcadcnt o( How Island. mislead O. A. Kaundcrt. bMmonton (Highlands) U. U Colitllcdlck, H.H.. SI. (It; Arlliur W. Cc'ono, S.T.I-.. 04-21.liSlli avenue U. Francis. I E CHAMPION (From Our Own tM.ve.-'D'iruVril) Champion, May tlvltles arc still keeping up. during past week II. liradfiold and J- Mcl.cod have started houses. Mr. Mrl.coil's wlili ilr. Taylor's, which Is almosl fin- Islicd.' show a tendency [or Ihc (own to spread, :IH ihc Interior lots ;irc practically all 'taken un; these- lota :.rc on Ihc youth. The cast ijorllou ol Ihc town Is nlso to .receive addi- tion. Mr. "Lloyd has lumber on Ms 11 id ready fur building find Mr, Mirks following Bull along the me lino. Rev. fl. llblloway In the Army Medical corps last weeL. lie ihc Gordan. U.A.' J. Victor 'How'cy. lo atte lie Is lo D.A. (IV on military service. ForsJiam, l.nlTfiln 11. W Infield. Lake C. Moore.. the snirerlnlcnil er.t or ('arm on gay. 11. 11. Ilaldon, Carniziifiay Douglas II. TeHcr. To be supplied. II. Irving, O.A. and Samuel S. Peat LMedlclQc Unt District Medicine Hal (Fiflh Mi'TavLEli Nathaniel Macdonalil superannuated; diaries J. Wil- Bon.'ll.A. supernumerary. Me ill (.Ihc Hal (Washington avenue) Rk-hnrtl. under the leaves Tuesday i-tKiIercncc at Calgary. 'ft bMfalfon early In June. J. Ingrain, who has uecn listed :nonE Ihe wounded and missing, van previous to enlistment, oik Ihe siafi of tfac Rank of Haci.tltou here; his liome Is In Mr. Cui.il.ill has purchased n new Mclaughlin heavy sfx. Nell McLean lias accepted a posi- tion hi McGregor's general slorc. i IJlrJrk purclioscd I Up half section formerly owned by Vcrn Wright. Ihe pilce was' C. llyndman Ims sbld Ills tlic price bclnu On Tuesday morning ft cov eriug of snow was on the ground; but Wcrtncsdny eave us a very chaiiRC In the weather. MtMs wcni lo Calgary on Tues- day to alicnd a meeting of the grand A r.unVbcr of tlic buildings arc re- tcEvins their spring coal OL" paint. A. Hund.nt'. Inspector for (he West- ern Canada I'lour Co., spenl a couple of days in town this week. The Bible (.-lass had lliolr bi-niont.ily meeting at the church on Wediiesflaj cvrning. Several of llio scliool pupils arc still iilisonl on account of illness. C'rop outlook is fine. Grain is stool ing out nlci-ly, v.-hich will enable it to liohl moisture lj: t-aso of hot weather. The lumber yards have both bad an (From Our Own Correspondent) Foremost. May wea- ther condtltons In forepart of this week drove ciulie a bil of trade Info jwn from the country, and. of tourse. more wagons and bungles were lo bo Econ llun autos, In eolte of (he jnud and luconvcnleni-c of travel everybody optimistic smiles because It is lo- cally bo I loved ihut Ihc country need- ed j'jsl such a sousing as It U now cropn ulll look bctler than crer il Js uJl over The major- ity of Ihc farmers Ijavo even not Ihelr small garden stuRs In lu tltuc to catch lliia Tvirilhcr. After Ihc loux string of busy days IhL; cprlng few of Ihc workers on ihc land will irroufh ovor Unie IIQW loal because ut J'iillllcis ars liiLiienfne Ihc In- KlnHallor. of the; plant In the v hospital and cverytliing uc rcndlncfis for ihc opening an EOOII as Ihe cquljimcnt. rcfcnt.y iiurchitscd. ar- rlvos In IQ..II. of building rciulndH us of llio imnicusc change in ivlilcti tlic u lie rations rc- ccnUy carried out on Hunt's Hard- ware store has made. Tills store has now an crfcnded fra.jltise v.'ilh xvindows .vhlcli otTcr great ad- vantages for ihc display of goods, r.nd alEO add Rreatly u> Hie of the store. A large snfiinicnt ol liartlu'prc and furniture is cxitcclcil P.ntl then Ihc Elore cojivpntcnccs will be lu our lowu-Uic but Ihla Uuio she has' cumo In her olticlal capacity of musi- cal In El rue tress. Classes are now be- lonucd by her and a regular sys- .CID uf traclilnj; win soon be placed 1 lliu ri'tpojisc being must encouraging. ToUlk-al fervor l.aa not >cl beccsc electric around bul we iro given tu understund tlial Vo will [if! given a pceji at the inatu Isvuea In- volved on MomUr evcnJug, Jun. i a al lcact from Ihc Coiidtrv.-'iivo standpol'U. that -vc iro not to be totally overlooked ihis ilnic Mr. W. ninjslioltu l.a- been delegate from tin; cnf union (c-rritory to atteni) tilt? IH-C'- contercncu of llm (.hurili to'lie lieM lu Calgary fiom May 25 lo June 5. sic verily hath charms ihp bt.roi.-J aUed house-lolk i.ouMn'1 resist lliu Thls, we feel, speaks lor The holiday spirit tins'nwcpL over a IK'i'ccnlagc of our local ot laic nnd lost week three auto I or, (Is of rimpcra and caiap-cquIpmenL hit out town for a fnv: dnys In the Cypress 11113. ft Is lo lju honed that they arc jncounlcrins ncttcr wcatncr comll- lons llicre than we Imvc enjoyed hero since their departure and we hope that :hls, our first summer delegation to he hills, will enjoy a perfect holiday. consisted of men, women iml children nnil vas fairly reiircEcn- allvc of town and country. KulLoit has again returned o lier school in IJInlrmorc stlcr Bpcnd- ng n tew weeks at liornc ivaJIIng on .cr Mother. The manr friends of Mrs', f.ilton will be glnd (o Icnrn that she now stuatUly on the mcnrt nnd very soon be nhlc lo take her place In our community life Mrs. A. Southam of California, has been spend fog n fciv weeks hi (his In- i'Mlly, visiting her brothers, J3. J. and C. Carrlngion, in town, and J. Carrlnfe- lon In the country. The change from Florida lo Alucrla in la notlcc.ihlc InU our soulhorn Vis llnr Is fnvornhly Impressed with our and Is greatly surprised nt the development her en slnco licr laal Visit in 1012 iJIsg M. Hobcrls ot Vancouver, B.C. has been spending A few weeks !iig hor inirlc, aunt and cousins, Mr ami Mrs. J. liuil family, north nf (own. -Tlic clonr, brljlit. sunshiny of, pur province has qiill Uk.cn ntid her vlsll Is Ireln prnJonse'l'lliiUriho cml V, Mav.-hli.nor ot Calgary, hi com? lo lawn for a vlsil wllh her reln- llrcs, Mr. nml Mr.q. M. lllllls nnd fim- ily. She Is not nllogclhcr n elrnnger (irobablv meant mejjl of Ihe jialenl owncil1 by Tlic pai.enl nas licon ctl to Le valid by Ihc supreme courl of Ihc L'nllcil States In by llle MIiK.rals ayafnsl James M. Hyde, begun several years ago, For Infringement of Ihc oil-air froth flota- tion prorosi of separaling mfneraJ NATURAL CONSEQUENCE Japp.n IttlioviMi lo cuiilrol tho most cxtc-nEivc coal ucposils In Ihe world, ihc Fushun fields or which arc estimated to contain moro .Flnanc.ial 'Times; A nalural conse- quence of the I'rohibitloii movement. or diulplinc, Mu- from eanguc in mining opcrallons. 'fuel. than of lilUiminquBl rh.Lctlilirlclse on June 22 for J.aud Better Water for the Farmer." Can Heip fou Solve the H. G. I., guestion tn (liesc days of II, C. L. you waul save every dollar you can, All lines of nierdiaiHlise have greatly in price 1ml we can still offer you many lines in nigh.Gmlc Clothing, Fiir- and Slices, etc., LKSfS THE A I> V A F, I) HKK1XO-IS AM) HKK WHAT V AUK OFFERING IX "FTFtoORM AND -BOCETY BRAND ,'flcitcr Make Sniis a( fji2S nud With ALL SUITS FINISHED TO YOUR MEASURE FREE OF CHARGE. Raim-oals, Parainctla Clotli, u'i) from Fancy Tweed Kaincouls, I'roin High Grade Furnishings at a Saving Cjiictt .Shirts, K. Sliirls, up wial lot of Men's Dress Hjiirts with Lounge Collars Hosiery, Men's CasJiinciT, 'Black Men's ('otlon l.'ili1. 25c; 50c. While Cashmere and Lisle ,54k-, Br. Jaeger's Dress Shirts, !p< 5 COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Style Coi.ibinaUons, and TWO-IHCCC Uiuierwear at 'Ohl prices.' two-piece, 50c. up Combinations. lip. Coinbiii- up Get Under One of These New Hats i, and :J and 'Christy Make. Shown all newest felt, v Hats, Boat- up aies for thelflrtlBpaii Panamas np DRESS SHOES In (lie Geo. A. IJegal and other reliable makes. liooiny Sliihs at old prim, ikk- lo Work Gloves, (o Aifciits !nv Cnthnrtt Overalls Visit the "2 HI'S" and Save Money KirkKam Hlotk -V f.. The Large.sf of Men's Wear 'in Soiilhcni AHwrta. Albert"