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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE" 26, 1920 THE HERAJJ0 PAGE 1 HIKES' Jv'ew Moisture Weil Down to Old Bank'Manager Moved; (From Our. Own Correspondent} VUU'AN, prospects tor a iood crop in the "vuK-an district year eeems to be improving all 7be time. Ws had a Tery heavy down pour of rain on Thursday morning i companled. iu'some parts by which did some IIHle damage. hail, Hew- erer, the.raln hss soaked ilown to the were farorable ..tot a stnbWe crop, -many of Ihs became too sanguine i" regard to this method bt farming, but their experience In ISIS- 1919 has shown them that this will not always work .out and they are preparing ttelr land rnora care aid better In fact they hare had a lesson that In the long run wjll.be of great value to .them In future years. Celebrate First Vulcan is preparing, io celebrate Dominion Day la real- old-fashioned j style this year, together with, 'some new (rills urn! thrills. Tho program includes horse racing, foot buck- ing contests, lialf etc. .The now famous Vulcan Citizens band will be In attendance, "as also D.C.M., chief pilot, of tetlibrldge, to give passenger flights and demonstrations of stunt performances in tho which offers to give the crowd Boiho uaw .thrills. old moisture, aid this, together with will also bo a big dance held the fact that the grain is new; nearly all up ao that it will the ground, assure a crop without any more moisture. Farmers aro all wearing, a broad smile except a tCTT who lost a portion of their acre- age by cutworms.. this post has now practically ceased operations (or the vear and th_ero is no further ilaager from this: source. On account of farorable conditions there ia more summer fallowing being done this In iLe I. 0. O. F. hall Jn the evening. There will be some in cash yrlzes which should dratv some pretty claw material in the different compe- titions. Bank Manager Leaves ".Mr.-M. U Oordbn, who for the'past foiir years lias been manager of the Canadian Bank ol Cominerc? Jiere, leaves tonight to tako over neia- duties .as manager of the company's branch at Vogreville, Alia. Mr. and year than tver be-fore, and all over Mrs. Gordon have beca very popular wlli, publlc'ot the to'wu ana dls- Ihp country there aro large tracts of newly turned over soil. This condi- tion will "put thia country in good Bhapo for a JarKe acreage'to be put In crop next year. In vlewot the fact that weallier conditions of 1915-1910 Irlct during their slay here. As a mark of the respect' and 'esteem In which they ara hold a number of their friends.met at tKe'hoihe of Sirs. Roy Walker last night, the occa- sion being to p'rese.rit them with BOHK tangible evidence of the good wil: that will accompany theni to their new jionie. Mr. and Mrs.' Gordon were completely surprised when Mr. But IIIITII riiiAp-Krt charl' the mayor.Jn a very gracious WTH F NRFRN speech presented them with a hand rlllUL.iVX. Jome- Chesterfield and a solid silver 'i-alvor with engraving. -Mr. Butchar alluded to their popularity as citizens Doesn't Hurt a bit and costs and lo the assistance they had render only few cents" ed in making Vulcan Jt Is. Sir Gordon has always neeuL very active ind prominent in matters pertaining .0 sport and public and charitable In stttullons, he being the president and "ather of the Vulcan Community Club etc. Mr. Gordon in replying thanked j the gathering for their splendid ie-j membranco and he regret- ted leaving Vulcan .very much, in fact more any other ;branch he has even been transferred from.. Mr. and Mrs. .Guy. Denbigh enter- tained a number of .their friends farewell partv given m'litaor o' Mr and Mrs. M. L. Gordon, who are leay ing tonight for Vegrevllle, where Mr. Gordon will' assume the -management of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Tho Dominion fChautaunua held here from to clusive The.formal opening of the new hand stand will te held'on Sunday night when an open air concert will bB giv- en hi the Citizens'band v 1i Miss ICdna Reynolds, who-has b'eph on the staff of the Bank'of Hamilton for some time, left .last Tuesday for Minnesota, .where Bha'Trill'vlsK rela- tives i three, inopths. rt James Hyan, Dominion government range rider, is yi the hospital In Cal gary" suffering from a broken leg, the result of being thrown from his horso while on duly. A few cents tiuys a..tiny bottle .of the r.iiigic KrcRzone'at nny'driig store; Apply A few drops uiion tender, aching corn or a callus. 'In- slanlly [hat troublesonia corn or cal- lus stops shortly you lift it out, root without any pain; soreness or'irritation.. These little liotlles of Frcezono contain just cnougli to rid: ihe feel of every hard torn, soft corn, "com between the toes and the cailuscs on boKorn of Icet. So easy! So simple. Why wait? Ko S mcnt'for Eczema and SVin Irllla- H-. Uona.' Jt reTfercs w, onco Rita ally licsis (ho skin. ninw's Ointment (rca If you mention this paper and send fcj.aUmp forposlaKC. wo. box: fill dealers or Wraanson, Bales Co., Uinlted.Toronlo.-. WILL' HEAR NEWSPRINT 'APPEALS IN MONTREAL MONTREAL, .Jiiiie White, Jliddleton and Archer will.sll in Montreal on July S next ns.a spe cial court of appeal in the .matter o the newsprint paper hol( further hearings, in tHe appeal and cross-appeal of tho Fort Sran'ces'Fulp and Paper Company and the Canadian Press Association. CONTRACT FOR MOOSE JAW DEPOT AWARDED MOOSE JAW, June cod tract tor" the cousljruction of Uio'Cnna dlan Pacific railway elation has been awnrded to the firm of Carter, Halls Aldinger. It Is the intention that'con stniction on tho cast wing, proTiiln_ passerg'er' bo started In the near future and will be carried out'in a manner that Will in terfere as little as possible with pres ent facilities. The completion of th bnilding will probably oxtond'over period of three Activities of The Metro- politan Life in Canada Wrote and Placed Last Year of Insurance. The largest amount of Insurance c.ver written in Canada In year. Premiums received In Canada during the What dicTthe Company do with this money? In death and disability It paid ouS for It paid out for dividends, Cash surrenders'and Annuities IT INCREASED ITS INVESTMENTS IN CANADIAN SECURITIES BY NEARLY Investments for the the payments ers In Canada In addition to salaries, paid to Canadian em-' ployees EXCEEDED THE AMOUNT COLLECTED IN PREMIUMS, Subscriptions ta Victory Loans and War Bonds exceed The Metropolitan has 1f500 employees in Canada, METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. .THE COMPANY THAT HAS ONE EIGHTH THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF CANADA AND U. S. A. INSURED WITH THEM. DISTRICT OFFICE: 20( AND 203 SHERLOCK BLOCK DISTRICT MANAGER, J, NORRINGTON, PHONE 339 is me carlhat givesvta ownersT" the fallowing 'evidence.of economy, A :j i f "reliability arid V; 25 miles to the gallon of gasoline'. miles 'to the set of tires slower yearly depreciation M J (And this Is the: ear that has' also I1- .'-'-r- lished these unchallenged records of driver at the wheel on each run: Boston to Syracnee and'return (693'- milcs) in 24 hours, 20imin., with a Woman New York to 9 hours, 59 Waterloo, re- j cord, (865.4 miles) Portland, Me., to Top; of Mount Washington, .N.'H. (98.2 miles) non-stop, low-gear New York to Boston and return (458.8 miles) in 12- hours, 5 Indianapolis to Syracuse and beyond (832.6 miles) in 22tt s Cincinnati to-Cleveland and return (553 miles) in 15 hours, The Franklin is not handicapped by heavy weight and rigidity nor hampered by cooling troubles at any season. It is light, flexible and direct air cooled. We like to give demonstrations of what it can do, D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;