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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FMIDAY, JUNK 21,1018 Itm LETHIil^lDGIi DAILY HPJiULD PAGE NINE s * Post is Vacant-Chautauqua Was Good-A Fire (From Our Own CnrrennonMonU How Islmul, Alta., .Iiiuo 'il.-Kvoi'y-tliliig is In romllnoss for tomorrow's roglHtralloii. Workors aro udotpiatoly liriipurod to Immlln tlio expoctcd �r6wl. Bootlis will 1)0 open I'rom 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. nl Iho toUowlnK lilacps. Town hall, Boattio QiL-nge, K. a. IlobOftson'a Ofrico, Doll St.; crfl�;o of A. F. WortH, Boll Strool; tlio UertoU Kuinituro Storo; tlio rest room; W. Oliver's Ilarnoas fjliop; J'rlnmry School; School In the Iloiig-lln IJlock. Townspeople are roqui-sted tj roKlstcr early in the morning to avoid any possible conKcutiou that mlt'lit occur. The Mayoralty Kow that Hcveral natucK are ijeing ^lilBpored about as probablo candid-BtcB for the office of mayor, citizens �rc again taking an IntoUlgont inter-u3t in the welding of i;lvic atfaira ot till! various townsmen mentioned, two liavo served in the capacity .of mayor lO'' Bow Island in days gone by. Both of thoso men aro wortliy of citizen's Siipport and ardent admiration. During tholr term ot office Dow Island enjoyed prosperity and was aucceas-fiilly ua'iistml' over many dif'icnltieB. Their actions were always promoted l)v truo and unselfish consciousness o'. public trust. Our need for a man posscRslne the proper qualifications for mayor was ji(.ver so strongly urgent and with KHcli a golden opportunity before n? ti elect the hand of a man that Ima proved Us worth as a powo;'ful as-ency In maintalnin,; the town's ataiii-ity r.nd stimulatiiig Its progrssn. let �A cast our vote for one of our tor-Bier mayors. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Shearer are at jiraaent on their farm in tne acutli countb-y. Mr. Oualley of Lcthbridgo was a .wook-eiui visitor in How Island. Mrs. Caugbey of Rurdetl vas the Suost ot Mrs. K. II. Wilmot, Broad-ftiiy, on Tuesday. P*o. Sieve Ilalpin spent the wocU-ciul with his parents, rctur.Ming lo Calgary Camp Sunday night. The sympathy of a wide circle of friends is extended to those left to mourn tlio loss ot Mr. L. Ilaraol who jiassod away on his farm west of Uur-dua last Thursday. Burial was conducted here on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ilalpin of Foremost wore the guests of Mrs. ,1, Halpin Uroadway St. 'on Tuesday. .Miss Clueonln Dunn of Wlunlfrod is the guest of Mrs, K. S. Beuttie. The Chautauqua While the Chautauqua troupe have moved on they have not been with us In vain for in place of an emptiness ihoy have loft with us a great and valuable mental stimulative treasure. Tho Inspiring ideals and forms ot entertainment so ably oxprossod by llioir performers will ever remain with those who witnessed the various pertormancos of- Bow Island's si.\ day Chautouaua. The best news / for us all is that Chautauqua will bo �with us again next year and we ran confidently anticipate for thai date . fln equally excellent programme as VP enjoyed this year. Mr. ucid airs. Goo. Johnston return-^ ed homo on Saturday from Montana, where they have been visiting their eon for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Laitt of Grassy Lake wore the week-end guests of Mrs. V,. 31. Ball, First Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. Mclnerney ot Sunnyvale, were guests bore on Monday. Mr. Thompson of Medicine Hat who has boon visiting his son, E. B. Thompson, First Avenue for the past couple ot weeks, returned home on Saturday. Baseball Game One of the finest baseball exhibitions of the season was staged at tho park on Saturday aftarnoou when tho Bow Island boys defeated the Grassy hukQ team 11-10. It was a groat game and the deafening cheers of tho large crowd of onlookers must have conveyed to tho boys tho crowd's appreciation ot their enthuaiastic. playing. . Both teams, wove keen and showed grout fitness. Another ganio la anticipated tor an early gamo. Mrs, Bowo o� Burdett spent Sunday with lier sister, Mrs. J. Mulpin. Ciipt. Qeo. Porter visited bora on Tuesday. . A Pire Fire cniisLMj slight damagu to tho garage ot Mr, A, Ostrum, First Avenue on Monday uttornoon. Warning of tho conflagration was given and tho fire soon extinguished by tho large number of workers who gathered to offer ujalerlul asaisfauco ' carrying �water, etc. A week-end surprlio greeted the residents of this vicinity on Monday when Mr. Qordon Kvans voturned from Medlclno Hat with his bride, formerly Miae Cora Thompson. Both tho brido and groom are well known hero and a very enjoyable party took ]ilaco at the home of the groom'u pnr-eul8 on Monday night, when their many trlands availed themselves ot the opportunity aftorde^ them for offering tholr good wlshoa to tho newly-wods, Mr, Kvans has since reportod for mllltury aor'vlce at Oalgury. Mr. W, HrowHB is at prosont In IjhIIi-bridge, Alr,s, Robert Jjackonhy of Ijellibildgn l>) lit pruHBiit lliu guvst'OC Mis. A. 0. lluaaell. Mr. John B. Bratton hn.s rolurnod homo after spondlng a few days in Calgary, ' Misses Gibson and Nealo of Malub (110 Hilling for llio oxamliiatlons al Ibc public school and, 'tie U'o gnnsts �il' Mrii. Hurllml. llcrlici- Sircin. Air. ii�muu Scliuiiui'l i'uluj'uuiJ uu Sunday after a tow days visit with his brother, RuiBell, �t Sarcce Camp, Calgary. A PreMntatlon Tho Ladies' Aid of the United church aro this evening holding a social and presentation Cor Rev. and Mrs. Blah-op, who leave ne�t week for their new station, Ponoka, Mrs. Blshou will visit friends in Coaldale during tho coming weak. While sincere regret Is oxpressed at their departure the congregation rejoices in their well earned promotion and wish them groat success In their hew field. Mr. Hurlbut, Hober Street, has returned home after a week spent vrth lii.s son, Loula, at Champion. The Ladles' Aid ot the United church mot at the home of Mrs. Mc-Williams yesterday afternoon. There was a good attendance and tho afternoon proved very beneficial for thoso In attendance. The aid will bo entertained at the homo ot Mrs. J. Tol-Utt on tho afternoon ot July 4th. This meeting will be the monthly gathering of the Woman's Missionary Society and a large attendance is desired. Mrs. J. Mitchell and Miss F. Mitchell of Bow Island returned after spending a (months vacation visiting their sons T. and J. Mitchell of Kose-dalo. and daughter, .Mrs. II. E. Bay-croft ot Klllam, Alta. (Vrnm Our Own Corresponflpnt) . Coaldale, June 20.-Miss Christine Smith, Superintendent of Public Health Nurses for the Province, was a visitor In our mdst on Friday In connection with the medical Inspection of tho school pupils. Miss Smith Is very optlmlgtlc of tho results ot the new undertaking In the province. .Miss Davidson, who has been doing the work here, was Inspecting during the first part of the week In the Beaver Pioneer School. Hequests were handed in for Inspection In the White School and the Crystal Lake School, as well as for some In the Iron Springs-Turin district. It Is doubtful It all these could'be attended to this term, as Miss Davidson leaves on Monday, June, :;4th, for Calgary, to prepare an exhibit tor the Calgary Exhibition. A number of the members ot the Coaldale Chapter, O.E.S., were present In Lethbrldge at the Maple Loaf CMiaptcr to say farewell to .Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Long on the eve of their departure for Medicine Hat. Among those present from here were .Messrs. Kdwin Johnson, D. Faw, S. . Sidles, .Mr. Suggltt, Sr., Mr, and Mrs. F. G. Norton and Miss W. Ilelseth, worthy matron of tho local chapter. Miss Heheth and Mrs. P. G. Norton wore In attendance In Calgary on Wednesday and Thursday at the Grand Lodge O.E.S. .Mrs. Norton has been for tho past year Asaociato Worthy Grand Matron In the Grand Lodge. A Concert. The concert given last Thui-sday evening under the auspices of Miss Ida lloneysett was a pronounced success in every number. It is not often wo have the privilege of hearing such a high class evening's entertainment. The majority ot tho program was supplied from the Conservatory of .'imsic and School ot Expression, with the following local talent. Miss Jessie E. Ross, elocutionary; Miss Jennie Ewdo, solo, and little Duthea.. Durgan, solo. Tho procebds, amounting to $35, are being devoted to the purchase of a stiver shield for competition between the schools at tho school fair to be held here during September. Tho departmental examination.'! arc being held this week and next in the school here, Prln, R, J. Gould, presiding. Miss Hunt took her examination In music from the Royal Academy of Music, London, Eng., on Saturday In Lethbrldge. The results are not published yet. She also took part in the recital at the conservatory on Monday night, singing "Carmena." On Sunday last the sermon waa based on tho subject "The Kingdom of Heaven-What It Demands of Us," Appropriate mu*lc was rendered. .Next Sunday Hev, J, W. Fawcelt will preach his farewell sorraon before li^avlng tor Bentley, hia new field of labor, The water users are holding a meeting In Lethbridne this afternoon to get things under way to complete their organisation, ThtAr grievance is � real one and with the prospects ot a dry year the lo�a will bo consldoi-able, through failure to get an adequate supply of water. Iti the central part of the district th* ditultes are so tilled with B^rid from last year that they cannot carry enough water for all the land under the ditch, and what water does come down is not equitably distributed, with tho result that many do not get a lead of water uutriclent to accompllah any roBUUs. A strong organltation ot water users with live mep at tlio head should bo effective. COLEMAN. (From The Builalin.) Hon. A. J. Mcl^ean. . Mlniator ot Publiu WorK�, �nd H, E. Bcattio, Automobile Inspector, of Edmonton, were in town on Thursday on a road inspection tour. While hero they were driven over the roads tn this vicinity l>y Mayor Movrlsou and their condition fully justified tho desire shown for iniprovomenta. The visitors returned East the auiue evening. Geo, Smith, who has been Ct-.R, telegraph operator here tor houw years, lias been traunferred as re-lloviiig ugefit to liiiih Hiver, and WC for (htti point on Taesflay. Ilo J.s .sue-uuuded here pern)an�iitl,v by li. ii. Tuslliin, ot Hlllurest, who bad been relieving operator here for two WHeks past. , .1; A. Smith, live stock dealer, of Lethbrldge, was In town on Wednai-day arranging tor the placing ot some pure bred sl�lll�|rt In thin vicinity. Ho exiiecls to return tills wuck with tho stuck NEW BUILDINGS GO UP AT BARONS IJurg is Lively-Crops Looking Well Under Conditions Arc 39c Uobeter, lb. tint, each ........... 30c Honey, Airline brand, 2'/g lb. tini, ea. 84c Airline brand, 5 lb. tint, each ... $1.3e Grape Juice, '/a gallon bottle*.......78e Strawberries, special.............. 30a Oranges, per dozen.........eOc and eOc Bantinaa, per daien.................Ilo Cucuntbtri, a�ch...........2&c (ind 30e L*ttu��. per lb....................Sfic Qo�s*berrl�(, per basket........... 20c Rhubarb, 4 lb*, for .................2Se Tomatoes, Hot House .............. 3Sc New Potatoea, per lb.........,..... >c ^ Lemons, large size ..................Aic Pineapples, each ........,,. 23e and 33c Cherries, fancy BIngs and Cantabups, to arrive at lowest market, price. ;