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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920 .'THK.-MJTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEIJINB MLEBRMmST Big Program ism Sunday To Be Observed in-the Church. (from 'bur ORlttK, H. i-eck 1 trip Pp Hat lait Mrs Miller got! Mn Vfeltsr Peters with her Son.___ lo thu 'Hat UsV quirlnc mwlcal i s Kev h C Woodi, ot Ortoav uiMd ed field of pperatioes morning when' ho'conducted services about thirteen miles south east of was well at- teEdsjl folks -were eager for services The to there every other Sunday AptSe first service several children were brought for baptism flfrnfainner scliool was reopened on the school board htTlDg secured tie services of Mrs V. Oimore as -teacher for tbe term Ifr'TjM'.Hlllkr took In the bill game it totf.Wednesday oii his re turn tntt-ls {MM out that it can rain fn Mrs theee parts tbe Hat last Wednesday to make a start 'or Scotland where she will spend.a holiday with at the old 'home. Bills are out for tip treat ceWbra- :lpn at Orion on July let. .-There will 36 a heavy program which will include ball sautes, horse racing, etc.. A great crowd is expected, the Ladles' Aid are muting to supply re- freshments, drinks, etc. Patriotic Sunday will be observed at the' church hem on The tweber.ot lit at Or loo OoMoHdated il resign- ed, u ASPIRIN f f Aspirin at AHBwithout-, JVV Bayer iPPAYFi IWIE1ERS Resolution Placed on the Order of Commons By Drayton. .OTTAWA, June 21. (Canadian resolution designed to as- sist shipbuilding yards In carrying out their contracts for'vessels over tons has been placed on the order paper ci the commons iu the name of Sir Henry .Draytou, minister of fin- ance." The resolution provides that thi minister 9! finance may be anthorired by the endorse drawn by the pur- chaser in favor sbipDoBdarj for 50 percent of tha purchase where lie re-, maifllnf iiaH ot the cost hts twn pro- vided: (of. Ths vessels will mort- gaged to. his majesty for tho full amount of .the-cost end the registry shall not, be transferred until the mort- gage has been cleared off. 115.914; The net profits after deducting cost of opera- Ion for the suas'yeir, Port Arthur Moose Jaw Saskatoon Calgwy JS2.815; ancouver or a totai pi US. Sir George stated that all and money received were deposited to the credit ot the Tho uw of, to Oie INHN Farmers Falling in With Advice to Plant Rye Against Drifting. rraro" ly bed Aspirin -------nsforowiuae yeafs aude in Okudt Alwayf bqy an unbroken package of "Barer TibMU of Aspirin'1 Tpotlwebc, Nsu- ralgu, Lumbago, Rheumatism; Ncuri- tbT Joint Pane, and Pain Tin boxes of 14 tablets coat but afewctnts. packagea, Ainlrla Tna vfty tbo mark Crcslrtered Cxntdk) Barer Manufacture of Vona :w of BaHcyllcacU Wb'la It Ix well Vnown that Atplrlo meant Bmyw thi agmlnit the Txbleta of Bajrer Company jrlth tbelr cenfira; trade mark, 'Tlayer Croic.' As Well As Golf 1 'TPHE same easy comfort get s -I wearing .Fleet Foot on the links; you can- 1 Al ilbirrf-Uwi by wearing tfleet Fopl enry day. (TlM Btaim Mm, anil Barfntx Gbl, who want foot comfort, plead nf style, and economy, will wear Fleet Foot itotif nectary throvgfcout the Mramer. are for men, women .anil childreo-rfor mrf OCCWOB and evtry for every iport kx wear ind holiday time., {From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, June. the downpour of Friday and tbe shower later in the evening, the district was was visited.hy another.nice rain in the .early hours of, Saturday morning. The flitcatlon in regard to the crops hay Ing changed, enterprise is beginning lo lift its head already. Oh, yes, that's true all right, local implement men has alread) binders.. Walt till we get irrigation under way, and the residents will nfeed web-footed. A-meetirg of. the AgrlquHural Sch ciety was held last night, to btttfn preparations foe the Fair which will be held o'u Aug.. 24.. Amoag. pther things done was. the adoption .of the report of the Sports Committee, Capt McColl will bring his aeroplane for one- Ihing, if plans work out, ,and' a purse of }1600 will be put up for. horEeracmg, said to be the largest purse for .this up outside citlM and the racing In Weatcm Ganaula Ball games, a caraJwl, asri other exciting events wiH OB, aid tW Fair will be Mttsr Another mxt Saturday to .contJmiM C.. D. 'MBCavrtijCt .uiistaht recently went Hi) Won transferred to Plochsr as Mcosri man at that point jMcoa nawh shipped oil Wed sk Wremtbara, a'carload of HerefoM -bulla, to Peace Rivur Crossing. Thos. Judson ac- rompanied tho car, and "will continue with it to its destination. Most of the car was raised on the 'Judsoh Hi F. 'Amiable has left, on a business trip to Nelson and Grand Forks, B.C., expects to. be abont. ten days Telegrams have been dispatched by Sec. Sundal of the Taber'district to Hon. Arthur YV. A. Buch- anan, and Sir Edmund Walker ot the Bank of Commerce, calling at- tention to the need of financial assist- ance in pushing Irrigation conatruc- tion, on account of the position of the blownout areas. The limo Is oppor- the. Bankers.': Association is said to be in session at Ottawa A "toilring-party p'assedithrough'.-.horo Saturday evening, who claimed to be to thje Blacksmiths' conven- tion The recent rains in the Pnrple Springs section of the district put a temporary stop to Trork on ths land, awing to tho ileop mud t A Is leaving for in connection with a trial over belonging to him which the district baa levied on OS Smitn of the Hobleford district Sunday, 'having tamnrly hero Of his MO acre crop, 200 ncres were blown ont In the lost after escap Ing the ot'ierg Of the remaining 100 acres cul .worms- got the "rcmalnaer looking well The N6bleford farmers held a meeting and a largo acreage was listed for ths sbwln'g bf'-wlnter and the1 list Is growing-since'the ffrtm TvWH, fi arc being tkMKk the UFA. for the rye wWeh the tanners have been advised to sow to prevent soil drifting. Several.of.the.Turin young people attended, the dance at Rolling Green Monday night The-following persons bad a very delightful, successful lime at lake Newell, this week: Jno. and and Mrs. Norman NelsoSfj Mr. .and- Mrs. Oscar.Munson and Omer.-Malthcvs. Another party, S Tnrnagc .and family und Herman Williams spent a day and a night to good advantage near the mouth of the Little Bow. The dance In the Turin hall was Well attended The music'.was furnish- ed by tie orchestra lately organized In the Noble ranch district." Gene, the infant Eon of. Mr. and Mrs A Thorburn was quite ill for several days this week The Turin _baSeball girli-wtll play their first gamerwlth Coaldale Mine day this week GOVERNMENT ELEVATORS MAEIE PROFIT OTAWA, June 21. (Canadian grain elevators are op- erated or controlled by Ihe Dominion board of grain commissioners, with locatlonR'at.-Pbrt Arthur, Moose-Jaw, 'and Vancouver. Those at'Moose'Jaw and Saskatoon have each a capacity of bush- els, that at Port Arthur bush- els, at Calgaty and at Van- making a total capac- ity of bushels. ;Thls: Information was given 1n tho bouse of commons today by Sir George Foster la answer to a question by Don- ald Sutherland, South Oxford.. The minister of trade and commerce stated that the cost of operating the elevators' during the fiscal year end- Ing July; 1919, 'was as follows: Port Arthur Moose Jaw Saskatoon TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Convenience, security economy are secured by' the use of Travellers' Cheques issued by this Banks They enable the bear- er to identify himself arid converted into the current coin of any foreign country. -SIA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Teach the Children to Save Habits-ar6 afiqaired early ia life. Child ren, who are taught the value of money and the habit of up into good business man and capable women? The easiest way to teach child ren to is to start a Savings Account for each child each is After a chHd has saved another dollar to m'ake! w, addluonal. deposit, or she will have a better appre- eiatjqii of just what a dollar stands for. and- THC Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA EsUbMwd IJEIMERIDGE R. i-IfflBOBG, Managa Firemen's Celebration on minion Day >ViII Be Do- ------Our __________, CARHANQAT, 'Jhee' Mr. ana Mrs. last Sun- day a boy, I i s Mrs C H Bookley and children left Carmangay last Wednesday' for tho coast'to make their, future horte. McDonald left Carmangay last week-for Vancouver and Seattle, and to be gone.for a month. Don't forget lo come to Carciangay on Dominion Day, July 1st to the Rre- men's celebration, splendid flying stunts by LIeuts. Palmer anil Filz- sfmmons ot Overaeas pilots will carry pass angers after 4.30: Bascbah, football, tng-of-jrar, and other aJtiKlc of-all kinds. Program, as follows: football, Carmangay ve Champion; 1' base- ball; Carmangay Juniors vs. Barons; 2 p.m. 75 yard dash, girls under. 16; 2.16 p.m. 100 yards .open to all; 2.30 p.m. 50 yards, men.over .200 pounds; 60 yards, men over .60 years; 3 p.m. pony race, boys under 16; 3.15, Town vs Country; 3.30, Ford slock car race; 2 miles; 3.45, baseball, Champipn vs. Nobleford; 6.30, Firemen's. lug-of-war; 100 yards open only to Carmangay fire- men; 7 p.m. rccl_rac6. Moving pic- tures in "Heart bf the 10 p.m. dance music hy Hurlburts famous jazi orchestra.