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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1920 THE LETHBRlriGE DAILY HERALD. FIVE Claresholm Man Is other Futalily on tlic Same Day. 'From Our Own CbARESHOLM. June rains {bat. bare fallen, in tlio past week bave uiado a wonderful differeuce iu tho crop conditions. East ot town tbcro moroirain that to the -.vest Th6 cut" worm which rrrought havcc in Eome; fields havo 'practically dls appeared with the, osccpllon of grains knollj. The community Las never had In its history as gad it dny as Monday, June lilsl, when accidenis that caused the lives of two respectable and ivei farniers. and very nea i-aiistaf ;tha death ot a hoy, and what was more peculiar, alt ahout the same time aiid in dLKnrcnt places. Mr. H. n. SImth. ao timer, one of the most resjvjcted farniers in his district came iu.from lliu fleld at neon on Mon- eneil when Sam Schram, who lived east ot town. mUes on the Star Line road, died ct injuries 'suilained In ;cUlcg u'ound up on the shaH ot a ;as tractor. Mr. Schram tl stems over at Nick Taltenser's farm to do some repairs on the engine. Harry Taitenger was driving the tractor and he noticed Mr. Schram stepping over the drive shad to mate an adjust- ment cu the opposite side. A set the shaft caught Mr. 5nd ilrajgcil him down breaking one log in threo plscea and tearing the other one so that the boiie was ou the calf of tho] leg. The unfortunate uiau was taken! to tho hoase and one-leg had to ho taken off at once. The wounds were of such a serious nature that Mr. Schram died Tuesday night 10.30 o'clock. .Mr. Schram came to blares- holm from .Minnesota-about IS years I ago and was one of the most respect- ed men Iu the district. He leaves be- hind a wife children. This death along with that ol H. R. Smith has fas', a gloom. over the entire district. The same day as the two former accidfeEtF, a sou of A. E. Mathcwe. Vhlle ot.t shooting with Carl Edluttd was shot to the thigh with a rifle by There is practically uo de- tails as to how the accident happen- ed but it la thought that ou account of the position ot the boys (hat a came iu from the Held at neon on .Mon- ufoore lliekEoiv the United' States First Strawberries Make Their Appearance Record in House Construction. (FVoih Our Own Correspondent) CHESTOX, B.C., June B. Illscy .of Armstrong, the provincial dairy inspector was an official visitor hero the latter..pan of the week, on his semi-annual call. Announcement is luado that tie dairy section of the of- agriculture will make a thorough survey of Creslou Valley thic summer with R view to establish- ing H government creamery at some ceulral point .In 'the district. During tho excessively dry season last'year the export-, of cream to the Nelson creamery' ran ..almost gal- lons, and .the. herds of dairy covrs afo religious healer, who has come to I cchs'tantly to. Toroutn with a reputation, and the] nn- anctlcn o! the Anglican church, for Gligloua treatment of disorders, par- iculcrly disorders of the miud. ot the fruit shipping and storage warehouse at Erickson, and TABPB MAROMQ WIT t 'the builders on the job next TABER the structure will be 100 own cnrrcFuntdenii' 130 feet, and will hare three loading TABER, June Doric Lodge A. and A. M. will attend divine service n a body at St. Theodore's on Sunday next The brethren are requested to 13 at the hall at 10.15 a.m., the ser- vice tuklnc place at U o'clock, and leing conducted by -Tlev. P. D. Lea- croft. Agent Phono 512 You will quickly realize its worth on the farm The instant you press .the buttoili your house, cellar, garage and barnyard cah be brilliantly lighted by. electricity, pro- duced by The "F" Power and Light It also provides ample power to drive your separator; pump, grindstone; chum, washing and any other light machinery. fix hoiird en me gallon of fcctoseni or dutillatc. Equipped with famous "Z" cnginCi b.p. Self suning ml easily operated. Come In and see the plant in operation. Creston Frult Growers' ud t -officia, he .proceed with the crates of them went out yesterday. A record.for house construction is being made this week by C. Pass. On Friday he unloaded a five-room Cottage which bet had dismantled at Hosmer and shipped here in convenient-sized sections by flat car. Ke had the car- penters at -.vorlf the same afternoon, ami before the end of the week he will be moving into It. M. Shepuard or Nelson, bee in- spector for Koolenay. was bere the latter part of the week, and on Thurs- day night gave an Illustrated lecture in tho schoolhouso on beekeeping. The past winter nas been a rather severe one on local apiary, the loss f-om winter kill or some other cause running as high as 30 per cent, of the hives in some cases. For his failure to report the killing of a deer out of season Immediatelj after the killing cf the animal which was found grazing oft his apple trees a rancher from the north end of the Valley was fined }25 and costs on I'li day by Magistrate Mallandaine. AJlhouBh this Is the off season, o! year-tor selling ranch property the F. B. Turner place'of ten a mile irom Ibwu, has Just been pur chased by Mr. Faltryman, a newcomei from Illinois, on Saturday, ttfe.con' siileraliou being spot cash. The public works now calling for tenders for the con- struction of tho Slrdar-Kuskonook link of the traus-proviucial highway, tenders to be in nest month. Tenders t is necessary to freight cars from iere to Nelson. The sawmill at Lister is due to commence operations this week and c run for some time. The plant had A. Pulian, a. Hamilton gardener, felt dead on his way home from vroris. The song the kettle sings: Lanka Tea K of Ceylon's hill gsrdtns where Lanka Tea is grown. BritUh grown, carefully blended and tested, to suit British taste. The :Lanka aroma Lanka j color Lanka flavor satisfies. I Ask your dealer for the Lanka package i thowii here. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada It is per- BHV of Quiute Methodist confer- ence elected Rev. C. II. Coou, of Lind- ay. as president. DODD'3' E. A. SHARMAN CO. Lelhbrldjc Agent for H. C, AGENTS 1233-1235 2rtd Avenue 3. Laboi1 Saving Equipment 2 "I Cannot I Go" A gILIOUS headache spoila _expected the condition of the liver is neglected, biliousness seems to become chronic and recurs every -two or three weeks, with severe sick head- aches. Why not pet right this trouble and end It by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills to rcstora the health and activity of the liver. Constipation, indigestion, back- ache, headache, tHtk-usnoESi and ncy dcrangemenln Boon disappear with the use of this well-known medicine. One plil a dose, els. A bot, all dealers, co Edm.inson, Haifa Co., Lid., Toronto. doorways, and ample space to load in- to threo cars at the same: time, estimated tbat the warehouse wi mil of always having boxes on hand in process of loading and nt the sauio time'be abjo to take care of the ncomlng fruit faster than the grow- are liable lt> be hauling it from lay to day. The.Iptsrior will not be _ linisbcd complctevthiti year .pending some experiments on a number of _rbwers' stpragc'houses to determinG what is most satisfactory material to Inteh iwith to prevent frost. Space .s reserved in tho warehouse for the introduction oE central pack, which will be undertaken for the first; time tins year, 'Doth thet Entrance and.High School examinations are under way at Cres- ton at present, Vlth the former due to close on Thursday'and the latter on Friday. Every school In the Valley has onp or more pupils writing on tho Entrance, Creston' lopping the list witir fourteen, and Cnnyon City neit wiili half a dozen. The school at the soldier settlement at Lister has two candidates. On Iho -Wgli school tests eight arc trying-the third -year work, and four the second year. Hon. W, J. Bowser, leader of tbe opposition al Victoria, accompanied by.J. H. Schofletd. JI.P.P., Trail, ad- dressed a public meeting berc on Sat- urday night, which attracted an audi- ence of about 100 electors. John Kernmls, SI.P.P.. Pincher Crech, Alia., who Lad been at Xetson for A. F. A, M. grand lodge, was also in the party, and spoke briefly. On Sunday the visitors bad informal conference with the soldier farmers at Lister. Creston has a couple of represent- lives at tbc Sbrincrs' conclave at Port- land, Ore., this n-eekr in S. A. Speers aud-11. Lamont.both of temple at Vlctorta.- .Mr, Speers la I accompanied by his wife and will be away ft couple of weeks, com fug home via Vancouver. least two new leachors will be j on the public school staff no.U term. Mtsa Roy of the primary room, and Miss Hunt of DiviBioii II. bave turned in their resignations already. The trustees in conference with Lhe male meinberfc ol the staff trying to agree on a salary schedule. The first of the local strawberry crop was In evidence on Saturday when the John Spratt ranch .dlslrl- NOW BOOMED AS DEMOCRAT Hcrlicrl Hoover, dctc-aled at the fe- jinliKcan norninations. will receive the sujipotl if Hie Michigan delegates at lhc Doimirratlc''convention In Sau "EXPERIENCE shows that only a sharp blade can give a perfect shave, also that a blade cannot re- main sharp without stropping. Couple these facts with the fur- ther fact that the AutoStrop Razor is the only safety razor that sharp-' ens itself, and you will be in no doubt as to which safety razor to use. Any dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop'Razor to you, guarantee satisfaction or refund of purchase price. Only with strop and twelve blades in an attractive assortment of cases to suit any purpose. AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., AutoSttpp Building, Toronto, Cinada harpetts itse ;