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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE ISTHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1020 tlbe fcetbbribae alberta i.. DAILY AND WEEKLY V and Publishers f .THE LETHBKILHJE HERALD I MINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldje W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director Jota Terrance Business Mauagsr Member Audit Bureau of Circulation. Subscription nates: Daily, delivered, per wwS ......t .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 Dally, by mall, per year 500 "Weekly, by mail, per year...... ISO Wwkly, by mail, year lo U.S. J.OO GOING TO THE ROOT OF DISEASE Wide-eitended usefulness in pre venting' disease ou its human side is with the movement, jusi started, to control and eventually t favor of Winnifred White'Bocks. lloht. Smith Is having" SO' ot flax seeded this week. The outlcfok is gpoJ, molslure still holding on; raiu will be needed within .another week or ten days to avoid crops suffering. Mrs. Hoaxma will sail for England Ihe latter part ot June. Sue Is visit- lug at tbe home of Ben1 Yanuorhyden. Tho Ladles" Aid will meet at the Globe rest room June 24lh. Every- body welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Winchcorobe, E. Hinck. F. Hillis. Winchcombe, Mrs. "Philliiis and Miss IStfiel Hinck wore but were caught. In the aclion agahjat Professor Ros- Services on Sunday men's Institute Hoard Spe- cial Speaker. (Krum Our Ovfn Correspondent) BARONS. Juno X. P. Has- inussen was a visitor in, Lethbridse ou Friday afternoon. Miss 01. FVeeb'erger. a former mem- ber of the Cousolldaled school staff was a visitor in Barons with Mrs. J. Welsh for a tow days last week. Mrs. Bobler of Champion was tbe special speaker at a meeting of tha WomenB Institute held in tho Opera bouse on Friday afternoon, June 11th. Mrs. Bobier spoke on Wonen's Rights to a large audience. The roporla of tho Confederation held in Toronto of many thousand' present were most encouraging. The chief feature of tho meeting was to show how these prln- ples (contained iri the report) could 5 applied to our community lite. To his, tbo ladies llslened with remark- ble attention, all feeling that the af- eruoou was one of great profit and client. Whilst In town. Mrs. liobler was itertained at the parsotiage by Mrs. Pike. A baseball game of great interest as playeu In Barons between Barons nd Nobletord on Friday, June llth t 7 p.m. The score was 7-6 In favor f Karons. In" spite of tbe dust storm well of the n agai.iu nior schi 100! for punishing that this should be Providence meant a, nothing of the kind. Nature is doing her best to the western >'ains with trees. The tree belt, in tib natural "course of events, Is steadily travelling west- ward: The whole landscape of the west- ern plains could'bo in 25 years" by Intelligent" and systematic, forcslalion. Trees are' an asset so easily accrued that the planting ot them should no longer ha neglected. Now is the time- lo begin. Earl Collins against the1 rules... Judge La .Marsh gave his decision "against the professor, the cost of- tho action beingJi_Is fine. _ Evangel is lie meetings are beiui held every evening, iu Ihe school building. J. W. Plesler and O. K Pelerson .speakers.' Many of our farmers have, commenc working on the section since' seed fng Is finished. The C.B.H: has a largurns. Katie Parcarro, 16 years of age, has lisappearRd from her homo near Wcl-' land. Gait Public School Board has ap- pointed D. S. .McPherson supervising principal. A large strawberry crop .Is promis- ed in the Niagara district, but Ameri- can buyers ure buying It Wealthy British' immigrants to Can- ada are going In considerable numbers to British Columbia. John H.' of lie Bank, of, several places A years' pharmacy course was approved by the College Council, To- rofito. A reward of was authorized tor tho apprehension o! John Dquebty at Toronto. First payment of motbera' usurious u British Columbia Is to lie made In July. Now "Vork parents'wbo are Afraid o.I'losing their.- children can "now them ts> -the bureau of mlsalnE persons and have records mado cf ihcir The owners ol four confectionery stores were- fined 120 and costa wboa they wtre found guilty Infrac- tion of tbe Lori'? Day Act by Magis- trate Sanders in tho Calgary police court. The Calgary Anglican dloceso a'l emphatically opposed (o the adinlsslcn- of women to tho "Testries as it wu a year ago, when a resolution on this subject was dtSeated' the annual sessions! unlll 1915, Lbndoiij ,Eng., is to .be the yerma. nent seat 61 the International Wo- "man's Suffrage Alliance. teller In" tbe Bank of Commerce. Dr. 'nnd LMre.' Helms of Are tbo guesta o( Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thompson for the past week. THE PIANO FQR YOU BECAUSE it time and satisfacUon, always b a Risch Tiere's and Btylo for: every purpoM. Sold on easy, terms at "Factory to Homo" prices: for style Catalogue. s, the Health of Animals Branch .hopes to eliminate tuberculosis from Dominion pure-breda, linl Ihe work .would not be confined to purfs-breil 'stock if present arc carried oat. Hog cholera seems lo have been more'effecllvcly restricted here than (he United "States. Latest returns show that only one half of one of our hogs are touched with this disease. The cleansing of our livestock also includes the 'tipu of other diseases. Contagious abortion and sterility have to be over- come, mature, of health In animals 'whfch, wllV'jhavc fiir-reachlng -results. it ia that over one1. billlon.'doilars .are Invested In Do- minion livestock, it will be plain lhat i! a saving ot only one per ccni. can .be effected by prevention of disease. it represents a value of to .our farmers. Tbe Committee recently appointed. including representatives of Ibe Gov- ;ornmcnt livestock pro- ducers end packing firms, if beginning lo cope with the problem, mnm- hers wiil neod tlic synipallietlc i-'up pelt of every enlightened farmer aiui Citizens Took Cele- bralioh-'Plnnned for Do- minion Day. Our OTOn June re- ceived an airplane visit Tuesday after- noon. Several persons availed them- selves o[ the rare opportunity to rjde. Tiie charges were one dollar a minute. Mrs. Glbb of Raymond is visiting in town. .M. E. Coombs motored to Frank- burg-for the week-end. The First and Second Wards held their annual conference Sunday last. Both sessions were well attended. Tn the first ward Mr, Hobbins .succeeds J. b. Smith as president of Y.M.M. l.A. and Jos. Low succeeds S H. Xel- son in tho Sunday school, but of town visitors were O. K. Cahoon, D. 0, Wright and J. Jilackmore. At tbs Sunday evening service in the L.D.S. A. J. Illggs delivered an inlereptfnf; lecture on "Ufo." W. H. Calilwc-ll spoke on "RcpcntencLC." Special Ben-ices lo accommodate out of'town members will be .heM at 2.SO p.m. Siinitay, June 20'ln the Pres byterian church. The mayor called.a mass-meeting on Monday night to decide on a Do minion Day celebration. The nah'd Is practicing and gelling orders for Dominion IJay. marching Will He Held By Agricultural Dance to Kollow. ihones this week.. .Mrs. John I'onel's many friends are glfiil to seo her able to bo around as isunl Ihis week. Master Jackie Bryant celebrated his birthday on June 9Sh, and treated he smaller students of hls..claas to i real banquet. Mr. Jas. Larsen returned from ils .Calgary trip reporting crops look- ng splendid at mtiny point's." 51r. Dan ilcDougall, weed (nsnector, is speeding a couple of week's in Win- nifred lo oversee some work done. Frank li. Hllllt is slightly ill in iiealth this week due to ihp sitdildn iieat. of liropks. Alia., waa in Winnlfrcd on business' matters for a couple of days. Geo. Fredrickson has friends Ing from Lelhbridge this week. We. eggs 35c, June 16th. Flint Dorothy was.a business visi- tor in Calgary last The first sport of the season wf.l he June 25lh, tlic Winnlfrcd eighth annual agricultural society picnic and big dance in tho evening. Warrey brothers' orchestra. Program of sport Hest two out of three fre6 for all horse race. First prize prize 48.00. K.armors' harness race, best I wo out of three, first prize 115.00, second prize Helay race, 2 miles (change horses every 'A mile) horses may be held, but not saddled. First prize second prize Girls' and hoys' race, contestants In this race to be under IS years. First prize ?5.00, second prize Hoys' pony race. 14% hands and un lor, one half mile. First prize 55.00 second prize Men's free for all 100 yard dash Firs! prize second prize 52.00, third prize llroad Jump, First prize sec- end prize third prize High jump. First prize second raised as talent money by the ladies individually. The farmers would "he pleased to see a good rain any day now. Whilst some of 'their crops are not seriously affected by the pretty" wind storms, yet many fields'nre badly dam. aged. TRYINQ.TO REDUCE ARMY June, is no question of Great Britain Increasing her military committments in Mcso )0tamla and J'ersia, according to An ircw Bonar Law, the 1 governmon pokesman, In the house of cohlmons oday. Mr. Bonar Law added that, on Ihi contrary, the cndeav orlng" to reduce its committments realizing the necessity; of decreasing military "expenditures. Win (From Our Own Corrcsponde WINXiniBH. June The ultrtrt Ijnlon l.iidics' Aht will Fliov, in IJow Ifilarifl on Sfttm-day cloning .luno I nth, tlramn "Aunt Kunan's Visil." .'.lie. clilltlrcn un- in fire, Ii n> in ycari! U is in refer to baseball MAKE LANGSTON GREAT DOMINION SHIPPING PORT PORTSMOUTH. Eriglanil, Juno 15 scheme lo expend t develop Langston harbor, Portsmoull a great shipping nor las been adopted by" the town counci It Is hoped to enlist the assistance" n the dominion governments in the pri ject. IS HE SAFE NOWJ TORONTO, Juno' P.ussla Pole named who" escape from both the jail farm from Hurwas prison farm, was to the penite liary for two years by Maglslrat Kingston) today, Walchuk boaste that he could open any lock In Canac with keys made by.himself. .The Shoet fpr.'s'ummer upon belng'iure thaf is' lilting beauty. fitte'd-'as; wellas haying a good quality shapeless.'" v We- carry a large range of. Shoes in all heels and stylet, Oxford s, :Pu'rhp3, .Mary -Janes and High Lace Shoes. .'A' to B. Prices rtngefroin to for ASK TO BE SHOES Fop ALL AGES W. SHERLOCK BUILDING KILLS WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN, THEN SUICIDES 52.00, Ililrtl pfizc boys' ball .Pick ball game: flirK iiml lioys' foot race under In MM is. oil yards. First prize si-rom! prlzo Jl.dO. Ihiril prize BOc. lii-frt-.'hmciil ami lunch booth on the grcniml will be fcervt-ri by the. ilgricul- sw-lcty. Uilies, 'admitted lo Crouwls tren. All art: welcome, Them IK- un (.nlrancc (ifu. jjini II. tjavla were SISTBRSVII-LK, W. Va., Juno f'rccl Seckman, an oil driller, alter killing his wife and four children at Shirley, W. Va., near SiEtcrsvillo, laat night, ended his own life by slashing his throat wilh the razor he bad used upon, his victims, and jumping into a rain barrel. 1 how uroapccls damage wore for crops last week and visited How Island. Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Drown Sumlayed at Hie horao of Mr; anil Mrs. M. J. Crillins. Crops arts not suffering hut will he In [Linger unless wo got rain within ten days. Wlrg. wcrma .are doing "TJEREcomes Daddy! Do He promised to bring Maple Bu' A stampede of little, uproar of; 'Daddy, Da'ddy" iu childish voices, as they leip down the steps to meet a clutching; of; his coat tails by eager little hands, Daddy, tired, but very happy, is in his .big chair, with the youngsters climbing over him. Children must have candy. Nature it. safeguard their health by getting the best aud Maple J3nl if only one kind ej MapleRitdi, andthalis Cowan's. the name "Cowan's" is on {lie lack, Hey are not Afaple ;