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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE E nip. DAILY Step Stoddard and I Grandma 1 Aner tho program a oaiuty lunch1 j was served and fortunes told with the! lea leaves. Many uf tho graudiuoth-l iers their thanks for thoj jgoixt time haj and the-, only regret I that more wore not present. J Mr. T. 3. IXivies and wife leu for a trip to the coast last week. Mrs. I i O.iviVs is several wt'eks as jtha dm it for her health. Mr. ILiroM Wood .spoilt tho week- end in town to set his ganlm: in. Pastures and Grass Are Greener Than They Have Been for Years. (Krorn Our Own Cernsjxmdentj MAGRATH. still working hard and those that have all their grain in aro busy wilti gar- dens. A good soaking siorm cam.- on Tuesday last and several small show- ers since have brought a wonderful change in the country. Tho RKSS and pastures are sroeuer ihaa ihey have been for years. The winds in this district have done very little damage hj blowing out the On frklay last e.ll grandmothers invited to be at the town hull and were entertained by the Woman's In- stitute. Thirty-three were present and the. following program was i-arried out: Maple Koiover. the direction of Mrs. J. Alston. Funny Welsh C'olemaa.. Grandmothers' Love Clarke. Bennion. Grandmother's Experiences--Grand- ma Critchfield. 1'arklnsen. rriichGeld. Farmers Are of Windstorms Minimized Thereby. (From Our Own Correspondent I -MACLKOD, June first two of this week were days tbat made leart of the farmer, and everyone rejoice by the downfall of sliower shower of rain on the land dried from the windstorms. .Many thought their seed had blown out. bin (his last Kev. Slenlake From Newfound-1 lias past fears disappear. land Has liven Installed in Charge. I10WVM.I.K'. The seed is taking rot. and fields are showing tha grnia U still there and j (--rowing. The grass is now good for j ihe cattle, but tho men who work hu are providing them with good hay :md oais. Tho outlook is better than it .lias been (or years, and cvery- tlarry Bright, the genial secretary of the municipality. this week; In Winnipeg, attending the Good Koads convention for the IX'minlon. Premier biewart ana deputy uilulster of public works, with H, Bright. the- representatives (rotn Alberta. .Many nutoa are already passing tlirough Maclewl from lue South. Most of thesa people have laud inter- ests In this countrv. while others tavo friends they are visltiue. From all conic the news that ram was Just. what was wanted, and has saved the crop for 1920, tank- Ing it almost a, sure thlug. More flax has been, and la being In the Macleod district thlc year than at any previous time In tha hts- wry ot Maclcod. Several farmers are already placing their orders for binders, anil thresh- ing outfits, which they espcct will Uo required wllhiu the ueit three nionthi. NEW YORK WAITERS ORDERED TO STRIKE NEW YORK. June 2--Kive thousand union waiters and waitresses employ- ed in holeis and here were re ordered to strike today. They demand 1 a nine-hour dav. ;ter. Stenlako. who has been trans j fonvr] here from Newfoundland. Rev Stor.lako was in the army five years [livn years of which he spent us chap j lain in Palestine. Ho i.s now niceij 1 settled in the parsonage and will ho! services every Sunday at 7.30 n.m, in the Bowville hall. The many friends of Mr. Arthu: Siverdflgger will be pleased to hea I that lie j5 progressing very nicely afte; weeks' serious illness In a hospita j In Great Falls. Mrs. Lily Burns has had severa i very serious attacks as a result of the complications which set in- after the "flu." Nurse Jennie Hood is with her. BLOOD POI! aSafefirstfldTreataeal Hov.' often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from the neglect of a slight scratch or little cut! Ham- lin's Wizard Oil is a safe and effec- tive first aid treatment. It is a pow- erful antiseptic and should be ap- plied immediately lo wounds of this Itind to prevent danger of infection. It is soothing and healinsr and quickly drives out pain and inflam- rr.ition in cases of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Just as reliable, too, for stiff neck, sore feet, cold sores, canker sores, earache and toothache. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the boltle and get your rioney back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 34 cents. Guaranteed. ff f i ,J j I JPT Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Craig spent j Sunday with Mrs. Craig's parents Mr. and Mrs. Myers, of Clarcsholm. i Mi-. Turn Swan was a Lethbridge visitor last week. I Miss Mills, who has been 'on the sick list for the past week, Is much better. Miss Parkinson, of Carmangay, has taken up the duties as. teacher in the j Ilbck Spring Valley school. Sir. Harry Orcutt has been 1n Leth- bridge fpr the past week, receiving medical treatment 'or his eyes. Mrs. Lila Leslie, of Carmangay, Is visiting friends in this community and 1 looking after her farming interests. Miss Jessie Craig, of Lethbridge, i has been visiting relatives here the i past week. i .Mrs. Summit, of fort William. Ont, I Is a guest at tho houie of her friend, i .Mrs.' William McAIpine. I Mr.-and Mrs. Paul Irwin spent the j week-end, in Lelhbridge as guests of Mrs, .'Jrn-in's parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Dunsworlh. i Miss Marie Maher, of Barons, spent t Sunday "with her sister, Mrs. Archie I McAIpine. Mr. Hoy Church has recovered four i of the. horses which he lost last year while he was doing contract work north of Calgary- The monthly meeting uf the local R A. will be held on Saturday eve- ning, June atlt. in the Bowville hall. A large attendance is requested. Little Miss Sheraton Is visiting her grandmother at Travers. Miss Gladys Bateaan, of Leth-. bridge, was 11 week-end guest at the, home of Mr. anil Mrs. H. M. Craig. Mr. Herbert Irwin has finished the! j seeding operations on his farm at Stayely and Is now busily engaged on his farm here. Alterations are being made on the siageof the Bowvilln hall for the com- ing attraction, "The Corner which will be presented by local tal- ent on June nth. The play is a splendid comedy, anrt much humor is afforded by the Irishman, the Dutch- man, the and the poor-house girl. There is also a hero, a heroine, 'and a villain, and likewise an honest j oid storekeeper and his good wife Hannah. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reynolds were Enchant visitors last Sunday. On Sunday evening TCov. Stenlake gave a very Interesting talk in his sermoo on Palestine and it was very encouraging In have all the seats fili- i eil. Mr. Archie McAIpine rendered a vrrry pleasing solo. "Lead Kindlv Light." Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Carl Peterson iu Swift -Current. The Petersoi' family were I unions the first settlers in this neigh- 1 barhond, ami the sympathy of this i community is extended to them In their bereavement Mrs, Wara of Enchant, spent Sunday with her falher, Mr t Hummer. KAK EASTERN QUESTION IS ONE'STEP NEARER SOLUTION. SAYS BANKER S.WJ KRANCISCO, June l.-Tho Far Xastern question, which for rente has directly or indirectly affected all eadlng: nations of the world, has been brought OBO step nearer solution by reason of the assured formation of the consortium to aid China, members of the Commonwealth Club of Cali- fornia, were tola today by Thomas" W. Larnoot, member of the New York banking firm of I. T. Morgan sod com- pany, who has returned from tho Par tast, where he was Instrumental in effecting Japan's entrance into tho consortium, entry into the consortium upon precisely the sarau terms as Eng- land, Prance and America, has ad- vanced by at least one step In the solution of the Far Eastern problem Sir. Umont said. "I am informed that ic the two years It has. taken to form the con- sortium, there has been the freest interchange of views among (he gov- ?rnments of the United States. C-re'al Britain, France and Japan." WEDNESDAY, JUNK-2, TORONTO lnCe.nlre.of Shoppina and Business Oisirict -.250 ROOMS Tft) SHIPBUILDERS DEMAND j INCREASED WAGES j HALIFAX, N.S.. June l.-Tlie ship, i building operations of thin district jwcre lied up by thf strike nf I LiOO employees nf the Hr.lifax Ship lard company. The men demand a new wage schedule calling for M K land.fl.CO per hour for skilled labor san'l 63 rents for unskilled l.iinjr, in. j stead of C.i% cents up for skilled mid S714 wins for unskilled, as m a 44-hour week, closed simp, payment company's time and au allowance of five minutes for washing up The company's ofi'r-.- rivo rents an hour extra 1101 Tlir iiiant has timlr.ic is Tor four largo learners on Dominion i -ollnt. Tin. strike: abo fiffarlrd slip a) Dartmouth. SAILORS MIX IT WITH CHICAGO NEGROES CHICAGO. June between sailors marines from (treat Lakes nnviil training station an.l negroes ni 3 siibnrli, wiilc-h a t'oni. was bniiight under rum mi r-ir'lv l-vluy lifter ndilitltuial K.iinls v.-f.ri! [0 iti' ('.red, but it was' nut The irniibh- .'K-r-oriiine to iwlfoc' rf'pnrlf. wlien neirro who Moiling me Tl'i answer, but Mr..Bonnr Law said ULI the British government must consldo also the desires of tho Canadian gov ernmeut in such matters. COTTON EXCHANGE SUSPENDS NEW YOHK.'June 01 the New York cotton exchange wai suspended today owing to confusio: over the status of the rrcsent contrau under which trading Is carried on The bill to continue this contract ha: passed and is cinectcd to receive th> president's elgnature during the day 18c. per package Two for 35 cents that you will findPlayerV in the cigarette cases of your fends? Tune and time again you will have noticed it'! Here is the answer! It is because smokers both by their own experience and frat of their friends and business Playefs are r the. finest Virginian cigarette that money can buy. No matter what price you are willing to "cannot buy a better cigarette. Player's, are the. mildest and most satisfying smoke in the world. That is why men prefer PLAYER'S. NAVY CUT CIGARETTE ;