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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1920 LfclHBHiOGB DAILY HEftffltt PAGE NINE rom the grocery bodaeoi, and unsold stock and SxtoKE hare been emored to the build- ing....... Finch, R.C.M.P., has taken me of the layton houses, and in- ends entering the benedict handicap Guohtt -Much in Town Takes Over the Cemetery. fFrom TABE8, Juae'H. the .town 'council acting bri the report of Sexton Lay- ton, decided at its Moadar evening meeting; over tie cemetery, an d han jia 7 it a sicese from town ofloe. :JA' bylaw will accordingly be Delegates to. the W.t C.A'. Triune month hence A vote thinks to Johaiuiwi's assistance on Victoria' aud first and second dinifcfy 'the 920 tax byiiw Kad a detection lit, and meeting nil fce Kouth pt town .wlH be graded ef it reoommmlaUon from" the Boeri of Tri4eV ksd the Chief reported pipe for .the Roust St Weil: to; retire Hon. A. J. McLean and Messrs. Smith, Craig and Cbarlesworth, the alter being chairman of the Irrija- iou Council, were in town Wednes- day, L. C. CharleawOTth golse to Bow island, spi the" remainder of. the party to Retlaw. J. B. White and E. V. Ross are it- ending tha Masoalc Grind Lodge at Banff. The miners are lioldlog a Mtrcn- light (lance In the neir fuUre. certain' of. foreign -colony brer 'dock, left in the care of the vomaa, and aold by her, .wbkk migfct hare invoHed h criManl zatd. civil proceedings E eaUciaetarUT MttM'on Saturday ty Chief tU of all tho Bank of Hamilton was in town Saturday. must protest against the of the Chief to exclude the press troa jury sittings by means ot hammer- throwing. The wall was not nvuch damaged, and the Corontr was just below. The funeral of Ihe miner who met his death on Friday, was held this afternoon to Taber cemetery, about SO miners walking in the which Included the band as well. Reports of an oil gusher 140 feet high about today.'a party from in a touring car.'clalm- )og it vat en this side ot the line, south of there- Constable Clifford Tolton, of the Macleod squadron, was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tolton over Sunday. acreelne to by ,--lfce CkltCi deciiloo. D. ItMka aoUd'u InterKeter. Mr. Wjntt ot the Paramount lArJt- 'crafts, .wax fa this week. Touring are faroring the hlghwcyi bore, aod the local resiaur- astl. .AJao waking up the .recldeuts by tbniti murder, valeas gaaoline is 6JO Sunday moraines. A bif n3 car recent- ly from -Wohincton State to Keif Tock City, and a this morning from Regma'to B.C. v W. Anaenon, formerly manager of Biscuit XJOURISHtNG School Fair for District Prom- ises To Be Affair. planX'woiuld a deal later conceru'ittnr at work deWloplng power possibilit- ies at Bon nlngtoii.: Palls, resulting In cheaper A wedding Trhlch eiclted -a -great deal of local Interest took place last Wednesday, 9th, whwx Mtw Mabel V. Cemwoo was united in mar- riage to Mr. Harold P. Kay. Both are vtli known tiere from long is the city. The brMe Is the youngest daughter of Mr. W, F. Cameron, a former mayor o! the city. aoj Mrs. Cameron; while the gmoci. wtb has resided his ueXkar is connected 'With the C.. P. R. Tele- graphs The veadlng took place at Hey. F. V. HarrS- eon, Anglican minister, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Kay left on the train for the ocaet that day to spend a short honey- moon there.- They will make their home in this city. K W. and Mrs. Lee returned from the. Coast pn Saturday after a long afcssacej during which Mr. Lee wai forced undergo an operation for appendicitis, from which he has fortunately made a good He left Cranbrook. to attend the Metho- dist Conference, but van prevwttd from the acssions by hJi illneas. He resHmed his work in Metbodiat; cimrcS on Eunday bj taking charge at both lire Sriiool in the ctty ceaQy eonw imto the limelight wfaat promiumtty. salary mattan acd diacipUnafy in the con- duct o( Riga So tool bringing tne whole auwtten to Principal A- A.- McKtnaon, '.-Air D, Bridged, J. So r- W. T, Motion, H. Haynfft 1. mHehodseY tor 'a -ibaV .time Dominion Hxpress Agent here, was transferred to Kamloops list week, ami wu farewell by the Odd- before leaving: A )eaoi.i rapieieirUtive- delegation from Craribreok mv present at rfailson lut week irhaa aeeslora of tte provincial CMdMlovs and Retekah They Included Mr. and Uilroy, Mr. Mrs. Spence. Mrs. Dm H. White, (From Our Own Correspondent} June have been completed on the Tillage the 'ONLY TABLETS. MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN of tie Central PnMIc Sehool wu roftctly gnmted a sirbiUitUal in- crease-in Ktery to dite from the Mil term, but ttmUkr requests put to the board by ramalning members of Not-'Aspirin at 'All "Bayer oiily genuine thp'Aspiriniprefcribed by phjneians for over: nineteen and now s, buy an unbroken package contains .proper directions for Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neu- ralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuri- tis, Joint "Paini, and Pain generally. Tin boxes of 12 coft but i a few cents. Larger "Bayer" mult I of Barer Xanufactnre of TYMIo It It Trcll known that Aiplrln mtant Barer puWlc affatnst tha of Bayer will be nampKl with their itoerst mirk, the "Bajrar CroM." e emlT eae l> the stark (reKirtered In Cinada) i water works this last week and pressure is hack to normal.1 The Women's Institute held a very successful social evening at the' home of Mrs. D. R. Mclvor. V Tho following program was ren- dered: Save the King. Instrumental Donald and B.. O. Morrow. i Leaf." J. Bundy. ''Piano Snyder. Snyder. R. Littleton: Read Ing-i-M uriel" M urphy! Piifio Morrison. Comic Sparks. Morrison. C. J. Bundy. Instrumental Donald and Sirs. n. 0. Morrou-. -Sparks. Vocal Milton Rohineon. Littleton. At the conclusion of Ihe program a 'ifhirjue and Interesting gnessing contest took 'place. In two iarge .frames were -photos of the different citizens of (lie town taken in their "teens" or" even .younger, and the guests-were requested to gness these. This'.wiiKfollowed by refreshments. number took in this af- fair as'it was the'first of the'kind held -for oVer. The institute treasury Vas" enriched by "-nuraber-l of 'pe'ople. 'from Cowley at tho.-home iny' Mrs.'-. Jim" Smylhe last', Mrs. P. .Chandler and fani- ily-have moved into'-town. They have house. Mrs. 'Wells, of Bellevue, was a guest' of her slcter-in-law, R. Littleton, for several days. A.gcodly number attended 'the dance held In Tusllan's hall on Sat- urday night. Mr. H. D. McMillan left on the night of the 9th. for Portland. to at- tend the Shrlncr gathering there. Mr. M. A. Murphy left last for Banff to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge. We have just received the prlie list of the Cowley school fair. This Is the fourth annual school fair to he held in Cowley. There are ten schools belonging to the Cowley School Fair Association, and the pupils of any of these- may participate in the fair. There are twelve classes into which Uw prize list has been divided, namo- the staff of Centra) school, the Ward acboofe and the High School, have been only partially met or re- fused by the-tnuleas. As a result ot this considerable dieeat's faction ls felt by lie-teachers concerned, and it is thought that: unless some amlcaWe arrangements are made there are like- ly to be.very.eitenalve changes in the staffs when tha fall tenm opecs. Rev. H. M. late pastor of Kr.ox Presbyterian Church bore has recelve'd a a church In Sas- katchewan, it if understood, has accepted. Prohifiitiorilsts met on Wednesday evening of last week and. organized for a 'campaign in connection with the coming liquor They elect- ed as officers the following: Presi dent. Rev. R. W. Lee; vice-president, F. Dezall; secretary-treasurer, G. T. executive, the city ministers, the and the fol- lowing: Mrs.- J. Woodman, Messrs. WlRCIOFll (FroM Our Own CorrespohdeaO TOfllN, June H. Corry Ult for home at Three alter a three wtth Mr. and Vra. Slnetefr. meeting held at the Iron ninfhii houBe Saluday WM by nearly every ta the district. Mn. Nell Sinclair left for Three' Ilflli Monday. MM. Alice Cole and children return- ed to thcrh- honie Greensboro, iAia., after a three months' visit Mrs. Cole'c parents, Mr. anrl Mrs. Bonn. Howard Haney was visiting old friends in this neighborhood last week. He expects to return to Stan- dard next Monday, i UkoJCoenen motored to Lelhbridge to bo present at Ihe mar- rttxo ot Brink McNabb. Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Mills speut JViday evening with Mrs. Thorburn. Mr. and .Mrs. Chas. Green, Howard HUZT, iaik Violet Sinclair were fishing Friday nWit. H.ammons' arid Allen Turnnull were Booing the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Green received the aorrowtul tidings of the death of Clarence Oreen ot lliver 'Palls, Wta.' Mt. and' Mrs. Green were old settlers of Alberta, hjr many friends here 'wjll ho deeply grieved to hear other death. The Farmer-Banker Alliance, You go to your lawyer for legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice; why. noj to The Merchants Bank forfiaancial If you want a Joan to buy cattle, hogs you want information as to. how to. Jfcvest to tiiose.whp make a business of financial matters, and in a position to five you sound and impartial ad vice. M6RCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1884, CETHBR1DGE BRANCH. DINNING, :i it rGZEMA You not D ODD'S 'i, PILLS Ing when TOO use Chase's Oint- ment for Eczema and Skin trilta- tlohi. "It and gradu- aur bFalB the skin. tox Dr. Chase's OEntiuent free U you roenttdn this per and Beniae.stamp forposUKe. ox. a. xt alldwlera or Edmantoo, Bates Ca, D ESTROYERS of stockings! Truly, The rules of and teat they know from A to Z. Yet, try as they will, It takes them longer to go through the knees of Penmans stockings. There's something more ng to defy the wear and tear, The yarn is of special long-fibre, spun carefully to insure strength, To make sure of extra wear as well as neatness and warmth, mothers need only remember the name -0 cr Hosiers "THE STANDARD ,64- tllMOfqil.JTl> V XV X V Z Class 1, Garden Products; Class 2, Grain; Class S, Live Stock; Class 4, School Competition; Class 5, House- hold Arts, Cooking; Class G, Canning; Class 7, Sewing; Class S, Miscellan- eous, School Work; class 9, and Public Speaking; Class 10, Bank- ers' Association prize; Class 11, Poul- try; Class 12, Special Prizes. There are' 21 Interesting numbers on the sports 'program. The Oddfellows; are holding their annual danco on June 18th. The first dance planned for was postponed on account of tho 'flu. The vegetable gardens about town are all coming to life In a gratifying fashion, only everyone wishing for little moisture lo help along tho smallest garden seeds. Mrs. D. K. Mclvor yras in Beaver Mines last week organizing a new in- slilulc. LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORS HOLL BLOCK, 7TH STREET-GROUND FLOOR PHONE 1710 Shampoolnj, Switches Made to Order, Hafr Dressing, Manicuring. Mtdltal Facial Mossa0e. r, i. Eilablljh.ed Over Seven Years. MILBURN'S LAX LIVER PILLS MADE HER WELL your liver gels sluggish and Inactive, your whole suffers. Toar towels becom e con st ipa ted, 7onr heart your iongno is coat- ad, breath bad, specks tloat. before the eyes, you are have Iteartburn, water-brash, pain under the right shoulder, muddy, ynd broVn spotletl complexton, etc. the liver to resume Hi proper (unction by removing the bile that Is circulating in tha blood am, poisoning the system. Mrs, K. Uainbridee, 30 Maple Avo., Amherst, N.S., writes: "r tnke ploa sure In writing yon oMtie good 1 re- ceived by using Milbarn's l.axn-Liver Pills for headaches. T was so bad 1 had to go to bed and could nof, sit up. A frlendlold your" wonderful vials have made ma medicine, and I as well as I can Milburn's Pills are small and easy to take, do nolgripa, weaken or. sicken do not. leave any bad afler- effeels. Price 25o a vial at all dealers, or mailed direct, on rccelpl of price by The T. Jlilbiirn Limited, Toronto, Dissalisfaciion Among Tenchers in Way Salary Question Dealt With. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CRAJiBHOOK. B. C., June Ihe matter of Iho proposed purchase by ihc city of Cranbrook of tho plant of Ihc Cranbrook Electric Light Co., tho city council has decided (o lay the mailer on the table for a month. Tho electric llglltcoirtpaiiy.set foilh at flat In Ihe original proposal that they like lo havo definite action on the mailer within two months, but the city fathers apparently do not see so much urgency In Iho mailer, and are accordingly taking lime lo consider tho proposal from all anglea. An ef- fort was to get In touch with competent valuators who mlghl ap- praise Ihe plant on tho clly's behalf but these arrangeinenb did not ma' Icrializc. The council now has o straight offer Irom Ihc company ol tor Iho compleiO' plant. The main advanlnge thai might accrue (o When Pacific MilMrst came on the market we had many professional cooks try it and give their opinions. But really it is the recipes an'fl experiences In home W lei ens that we are most proud at. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd FACTORY AT LARDNER, B. C.. "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. JO EUROPE QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL July 5, Mis. i ----Victorian Jul H, Aug 11, Hmn. France July 28, 25, Pr. Fred Win. June lS..Melita ........Liverpool 2S..Oramplnn .....xAntwp.rp 26..Sicilian 2..Scotlan .Havre-London S..MinncOosa ....Liverpool Soutliimplon. nitati ei CANADIAN PACIFIC kOCEAN SERVICES, 164 Mill St. .Win.ip.i BENEFICIAL ECONOMY All Canadians should remember that the econ- omics necessitated by the war helped pave the- vfay to Victory. Practise economy and pave the way to future proBperity. A Savings Account is both a mqral and a material astet, 78A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP-CAPITAL RESERVE FUND V LETHmmGE ;VV.Rakie, Manager. THE HANDSOME STONES On vlow here are not JienslTQ as you We prepan? them when no im- mediate ordera are. on 'hand. _ Lethbridge Monumental EI.GHTH STREET SOUTH Our New Steam Pressing Machine not bo hard on your cJothing. When-clone properly, pressing arid sponging will mnko your garments wear longer. Why not have your pressing done, by the newest pro- cesg. Qur prices are reasonable. MSN'S OR LADIES' Cleaned Suit; Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed 4'..-. .75 Work caljed for Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770' A few cents After 'nil application of TJanderine" you can nol find a fallen hair or any dltrtdfiiff, Irteldcs' eVery shwws new Hie. visor, brighlnew. moro col- 111.., U. UIWU WJ- Ihc cliy from of (he pr und CUNARD ANCHOR 'AhcHor PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW AND LIVERPOOL Caronia ..June26 K.A, Vlo. .July 17 Caronia ..July24 K.A. Vic. .Aug. H NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON MaureUnla July 1 Imperator .July 15 Aquilanla JulySl MaureUnla Aug. 5 Imperator Aug. )2 Aquilanla .Aug. 28 NEW CHER BOURQ AND SOUTHAMPTON Royal 25 NEW via Mcvllle' Columbia July Z Columbia .July 31 Columbia .Aug. 28 Columbia .Scpl. 25 Cassandra July 3 Salurnla .July Cassandra Aug. 7 Satumla ..Aujt, 2 Valencia 4 For full information sppb' lo any R n. or S. S. AgentSj or Company's tifflco SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St, Wlnnloea. .O '1 -r1 Lalgary Lxhibitioii, June 26 to July 3, 1920 FOR THE BEST EXHIBITS 'ATTRACTIONS LIVE STOCK PRIZES INCREASED BY OVER LAST YEAR. Send for Prize List, Entries Close June 14th. Special rassongor Ilalce from all points in Alberto, Saskatch- ewan and Hritish Columbia east of Golden on Main aud Nelson on Crow's" Nest. Special Features AUTO POLO LOCKLEAR Climax of Dangerous SporW. Changfnr; Plants In .Mid-Air 48th HIGHLANDERS CANADA'S CRACK MILITARY BAND AND OTHER E, J. DEWEY, President. E. L. RICHARDSON; Managerv ;