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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I Cranbrbok Electric Light Co. Slakes Resigns. (Prom Our Own corresponJeuO CKANDROOK. Juno liule less than a week following tbo ace-idem which betel him in the O. P. R. yards here, K. H. Leaman passed away on Friday evening last. Amputation of both feet had been found necessary and though at first it was thouebt the patient was progressing towads re- covery, it was sccu later thai its con- dition was hopeless. Toe funeral held on Sunday last, and much sym jiatby is eiprejsed for members of the family. Rev. H. M. l.yon, paster of Knoi Presbyterian churcli, has conclude" his minstry here but has not yet left the city. His future plans bava no been learned. Four graduate nurses who success fulfy completed the course of training at the St. Kugcne Hospital were form ally presented .with diplomas at the graduating exercises which were belt al the Edison Ihealre iast Thursdaj evening. They werti Miss A. Gregory Miss C. McCarthy. Miss M. Simons and Miss il. Carlson. Mr. K. E. Beauii presided at the gathering and after an address to the graduates by Dr Greene, medals and diplomas Tver presenled by Mrs. Greenp and Dr MacKinnon. A very enjoyable danc followed (his affair. Rev. J. P. Sinclair, pastor ot th Baptist church here, for the past twi years tendered his resignation to th church members on .Sunday laaf which was regretfully accepted. Mi Sinclair is going to the University o California to take up pest gradual work. H is understood that Mrs. Sin clair and family will remain here fo a time at least. The Cranbrook Electric Light G has made the proposal to the cit council that the city branch out int the public utility line in a new dire tion by taking over their electr; lijht plant. As a preliminary, arbitr tfon.has been suggested by the com uany in order to arrive at some a; proximate basis oft value. Rough! they put the figure themselves at an; where between and While giving DO definite acquiescent or encouragement to the proposal, tli matter is being considered in al! -il phases by the city conncil. Mr. 0. Bristow was the officjtl del te attending Ihe provincial conven- m of the Great War Veterans' Assoc- :ion last in Hernie. Capt. Dlytb, of was a visitor the city for some list weeV. iins on to rVrnie to tho G. W. V. A. nvontion. bserved Memorial Day By Bc.iulifying the Graves in Cemelery. MILES' NERVINE Rcitorti tired rtcrrei. Re- lieves hodachci, nenroui tfyipepiii. EOT- edici Ntur.ljU, hjrtc- Dr. Milt, Ntrnoe II hiti.qnuiitjr ifriptj. Un.tri ijr HaiUr pwpli CTCIT. (Rroni Our Own CorreipondcDt) MILK RIVER, June Wo- en'fi Institute will meet on Wednes- ay at tbo home of Mrs. Hummells. The Warner baseball team motored own on TXursday afternoon to play he local team, at the close of the ame the score was J 5 to 0 in favor Warner. Tho dapco given by tho baseball ans on Thursday nieht in Hlerfs all was well ettended. A number arao from Warner and Sweet Grass nd a sooJ time was enjoyed by all buffet lunch was served by the Catholic Ladles' Aid. Thos. Quinn of Lcthbridco was a msiness visitor iff town pu Thursday J. Mantle made a Irip to Lcthbridgo in on Thursday. J. Delancy of Calgary was a bus: ness visitor In town on Thursday. Miss Childers left tie besinnlns of e week for Field, H.C. Mr. Thos. Drown of LeUibridge was town tbo latter part ot the week on business. Beckman returned from a trip to Crcat t'alls on Saturday. S. J. Harris returned on Satnrdaj from a trip fo Mr. Lynch returned from a trip to Lethbrid'ge on Friday. Mrs. McAdoo of Lethbridge was in town the latter part of the week visit ing friends. Tbo Catholic Ladies' Aid will b entertained by Mrs. B. C. Baines on the third -Wednesday. Mary Jocheum has been confined ti her home for the past week with an attack of the mumps. The Kirst Aid Girls and Boy ScouU observed tie 29th of May as Memoria Day by improvinE the th cemetery- Mary Baines has heea confined .to her homo through illness for the part two -weeks. Mr. Warren and son 4-H were unfortunate, in hating three horses killed by lightning last -week. Mr. Warren had .theni covered by insur- ance. !n the Milk River Mutual Insur- ance Co. MliB Alhreicbt has taken a position in the-postoffice. Rev. Preston held services at 3-15 on Sunday. "Services will bt held in the Calholic church on Sunday at 12 noon. .The provincial police Wirner made one grand haul of seventy cases of booie which, was being brought across the line on Sunday evening. D. Deery made a business trip to Lethbridgo on Monday.- H. .Mneller made a trip to Leta idge oa Monday. Ijiis. McNaughton Elected Hon. orary President, and R. J. Follis, President. (From Our Own Correspondent) CARMAXGAY. June Day was celebrated here under the aus- ices ot the G.W.V.A. and ti splendid rpgram of sports was had. In tho ttcrnoon a ball game was played be- wecn the Commercials and the f.A., score 1 to S in favor of the Com- icrcial. and at 4.50 a basketball same of where the Girniangay girls came out eecond beat. At 6.30 o'clock u game was played be- tween the school 'boys of Barons and Carmangay, ecoro 3 tt> J In favor ct At 7 o'clock Ibo firemen had a reel race Sleea and Captsln' Frances. Captain Steen's team beat ivauces' team by 50 seconds and won a of cigars. At S o'clock there was a show in the Opera Houae and then 8 big dunce which was one of tho best dances in Caruiangay for a long tinio and the music which was supplyc.l by Mrs. Alteriualt, Mr. Mr. Hay Mrs. Afldereon was the best ever had In the hall. About 100 couples were present at the dance and everyone it was the best time- tbey had had for a long time. K. Oweb, manager of the Bank ol Hamilton has rented the U. H. Buck ley hcuso and is moving. in tame. Mrs.- Gco. H. Buckley eipects to leave for thev coast in a few d where her husband is located. Carmangay fire department wil mlttee anJ will give full particulars aters. Or. rented tho house formerly occupied by A. S. Ainslic. Owen, manager ot the Bank ot HaasihoD. was a I-elbbridge visitor on Mouilay. Joe Neilsen is down looking alter his farm interests near Csrmungay, -Mr. Cochlon. the new manager ot the Dank of Commerce, and family have arrived In town. Her. II. Telfe.- is attending Ihe annual conference ot the Methodist church which Is being held in the city of Kdmonton. The first out ot town ball game was played at Barons anil was a good game. Score Carmangay C, Barons 5. Now if the people of the towns wilt only support tho .boys may look tor good games this summer. Tho drug store see cream parlors opened up last week for the wason.- The Carmangay Board ef was meeting will be addressed by Wm. Peacock, ono ot our local Miss Josophiue Tilney of Jjethbridge spent Iho week-csii with friends In town. Miss Harriet Collin has accepted a position iu the drug PUT COAL INDUSTRY ON FIRM FOOTING HALIFAX, N.S., royal commission "with full power to: deal with the mining industry of Nova Scotia witU In Mr. a store. fur family are visiting at the boine of T. fl. Parkinson for a few days. the approval of reprc-'fulilives of the Unlled States Mine. Worktrs ot Dis- trict -6 nrij the Dominion Coal Corn- Miss Mabel Hiiini is visit- waiinron LC ng her folks! Mr. and Mrs. J. F. on the beard. ing Snydcr for a I Dr. Thos. McKenzie. who had prac- ticed in I'arkdale, Toronto, for 35 years. 13 dead. re-organized last week with Jas. Me- were On a steamship arriving at New York from Havre 2D stowaways I FAVORS COMPULSORY VOTING MONTREAL, JuiiO a dissenting voice yesterday the chy aldermen sent a resolution to tho charter comnjisston In favor of com- pulsory voting In Moutroal municipal elections. "If sucli ah enactment K within tho powers ot the said com- mission." Formation To Be Discussed lit Meeting of Board i'rade. (From Onr Own Correspondent) RAYMOND. June Young Men's and Young Ladies' Mutual Im- provement associations of. the two Al- berta stakes of the L.D.S. church will j be? represented at an important con- 1 ventioh lo he heft In Salt Lake City, 1 Ulan. .lune 10, 11 and 13. The dele- I patea from the Taylor slake left this j morning. Frank Sttele i> Oie offlciai representalive of Ihp. Y.M.M.I.A. and Mrs. V. it. Snow ot the Y.UM.1.A. i Mrs. Andrew Walton returned homo i yesterday from the Gait hospital attor undergoing a fievero operation. .She is improving nicely. tAn important meeting of tho Board of Trade will tie held tonight In tho town office. Among the matters that will be discussed 13 (he formation ot an auto club. Raymond has a larga number of automobile owners and the, need of a club is felt. Tin bylaw covering the proposed borrowing cf money for the purpose of carrying" into effect a paving pro- gram has been submitted lo the utili- ties commlsaion at Kdmonlon. It Is otpecled Iliat the bylaw will receive their sanction without revision. One'of Haymoml'a wheat barons, .1. J. Mansan. has just finished putting In his crop.. Mr. -Mangan has 1500 acres in wheat alone, H is up beau- tifully. Mr. M.ingan cAme from Walla Walla nnd la a genuine all-round boost- er for Alberta. He is on entTgctic member of the Board of Trade. prince George TORONTO InContmof Shopp'na end Business OislrroF 250 ROOMS EUROPEAN SSX QUEBEC FINISHES SEEDING; OUTLOOK IS GOOD QUKIJICC.. .Inno Canadian Savroiro, secretary of the depfcrlment abricollurt. stal ed here today BeeJins is lime! cally otl eomrleled in this proyince anil has done linder Moal con dilions. Tlie harvest this year probably be one of tho best and one of the most abonndanl In many yean. Some of Iho pastnroB havo suffered severely from frosts, however, and tho lack of Inpl winter. Coroner ol Wayne County, Mich., was arrested, at Detroit, charged with sn airto whllo drunk. NAVY CUT ETTES -v 18 cents.per package for 35 cents The Leading-Cigarette of the British Empire 1 HIGHEST IN QUALITY FRAGRANT AND SATISFYING THE SMOOTHEST OF CIGARETTES TKat 5s why men prefer PLATER'S ;