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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnesdjiy, June 24,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 CD CI BIG SUCCESS FARMERS ADJACENT TO BOW ISLAND HAD FINE TIME-GOOD RAINS HELP THE CROPS Bow Islantl, .liine 21.-Tiip'picnic at Buniiyvale on Tlnirs(l;iy was a declrled juocf'ss and waB well attondtMl by the peoplu from the aunoundiiig country �iid from Bow laluud. The picnic, held under the auRpicips of the IBunnyvaIn Ijitcrary Society and th^ey (eservR credit for the. way they c residence ot R. A. 3. AlaoLajsn �n'.'ia a decided success and a good timu 1b reported by all who atteudod. Wu- RECENT PICTURES OF THE PRETTY LITTLE DUCHESS 0 F CUMBERLAND The Kaiser's daughter has settled down seriously to the State duties attaohod to her position. likely that work will be started on it Monday next. The verandah social given at the residence of ft. A. S. JlacLaren by the ladies of the Church of England last evening was a decided success in every way. The proceeds amounted to about ?oO. The latest organization in Bow Island is a boy scouts brigade, for which we have the Rev. Wilkin to Uiank. FAITH Faith, Juno 20.-The moat severe thund-erstorra of the season broke over the district last evening. It was accpmpanied by the most vivid lightning and a heavy downpour of rain which was badly needed and should make the bumper crops an assured thing in tliis part ot the province. The building of the new school i proceeding apace, and if the same fate ot progress is maintained it should be completed well within the scheduled time. Miss Li. Duncan, who has been visiting her sistei\ Mrs. N. Bittorf, Elc, cards and dancing were indulged; left for Warner last week. Before re jf, j turning east Miss Duncan will pay an Mtk.B. iLearv and Miss Ciola Orom-1 extended visit to Calgary and Edmon-bia arc visitors at Lethbridgo for i ton- She was- accompanied by Miss Suhnay ! Gladys Bittorf of Faith. Fred "smith and EWward WillmotI The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. � R. Paul of Ayalon will regret to hear left for Medicine Hat Saturday to tako in the Yankee Robinson circus. T!'.r! government road crew' are now �working between Burdett and Bow Isiavid on the national auto highway. 'Ttii committee in charge of the ar-tanf-;M;ents for a grand celebration on | July 1 are very busy getting tho that owing to the delicate state of the latter's health they have been compelled to Jeave the district. Mr. Paul has sold all his stock and has rented his laud to Andrew Anderson jof Faith. Henry Sergeant left for Lethbridge grounds in shape and .getting things Tuesday last. It is his intention to join the ranks o� the Mounted Police. ready for a big day. They have arranged for three ball games and for nuiJierouB foot and horse races. A larg-'i crowd is expected to attend and a Kf'f.a time is guaranteed. G. A. Buchanan, who is organizing B tarniefs' co-operative elevator here reports good progress and has about 100 shares subscribed out of the ISo needed. Mr. Buchanan is organizing at Bow Island, Winnifred, Burdett, Grassy I>ake and Purple Springs. The Smith pool hall looks fine with Its new coat of paint. The council has taken a hand in the band stand proposition, and it Is RESULTS IN A CHALLENGE St. John, N. B., June 21.-R. P. Ral-ston, of Montreal, has expressed the intention of trying for the Daily Mail aviation prize of $50,000. ' He criticizes the arrangements made by.C. F. Montague Chambers,- of St. John, with the result that Mr. Chambers has e.xpressed his determination of challenging Ralston to race across the Atlantic from St. John, >r. B., to Ireland, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wilis, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes THE PEOPLE'S FORUM SPl p mm SUGGESIION SOME THOUGHTS STIMULATED BY CAMPAIGN TO SECURE RESERVE LEASING PRIVILEGES ROAD OFFICIALS JOHN e. ALLAN WRITES A LETTER COUCHED IN STRONG LANGUAGE FOR VUmMm XMTORIUATION APPtY TO  Lethbridge Branch - - C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. ANNOUNCEMENT THE CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT COMPANY, LTD., have appointed J. B. WILKIE, Its representative In Lethbridge, who will take pleasure In transacting any business required by our Contract Holders. Our regular branch, heretofore maintained In the Sherlock Building, has been associated with the offices of J. B. Wllkie & Company. Payments may be made to our representative as usual. There Is no material change-we simply associate our own branoh with another office. Send for a Copy of the Latest Financial Statement of The Canadian Home Investment Company, It will interest you. THE Canadian Home Investment Co. LIMITED "Canadas Old Reliable" Head Office: Pacific Building, Second Floor, VANCOUVER, B. C. Thirty Branches In Canada J. B.-WILKIE & CO., HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Editor Lethbridge Herald: Sir:-As the (juestion of opening the Blood Reserve for grazing purposes for the farmers of the surrounding country is now being agitated, the question arises as to what is the best plan to be adopted. The plan of making small leases to many individuals is far better than the present system of leasing to one firm, but there may be still a better way of dealing with this problem. When we stop to thinleth-bridge, and who has heW the position of travielllng engineer for the O.P.R. out of this divisional point, has been promoted to the post of district master mechanic at Revelsitoke. Ttie promotion is a well deserved one and Is very popular among railroad men here. Mr. Moth will be succeeded by �W. J. McQueen,rof Moose Jaw, Who is promoted from the position of locomotive engineer. Mrs. Moth and family will tollow Jlr. Moth to their new home in Revelstoke In a short time, Mr. Moth hiivlng left Monday to assume his new duties. When youVe got to "figure something out" FE'W days pass n'lthout some moment when, you 'ean back in your chair, lookout of the window and try to detach your mind frbm the detail on your desk-so that you may "figure out" the proposition of greater importance that demands attention. It is at sucYi times that you will find a certain aid to clearer thinking and cooler judgment in your box of CleapHavanas Light one, and the mild fragrance of the smoke, reminiscent of Cuba's tropic calm, soon soothes out the "furrowed brow of petty care," and your mind is fresh and free to figure out your biffger question. The products of men m.iy be imitated by other men-but when Nature sets aside one Httle island for the exclusive production of her choicest leaf, no man's art can produce its equal elsewhere-Webster's Clear Havana* are made of the best tobacco grown in the famous 'Vuelta Abajo district. At all the gxjod places, in firious shapes and. sizes. Popular "Brevas" shape sells at  wo-for-a-quart*r �Jr.-V: W. R. Webster & Company Uraited' Sherbrooke  Canada '.4. m 1017 9383 ;