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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LCTttBftlbGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH mmm DriWkr, u4 Water mlwte. It will build a tank avee this a point tor taking good ot >as ultb Uie water. W. D. I'ititkie tor knckaad, DoUy sick Hit, Is reported Mr. Robt. Bams at. Barnwall. His 7VC.P.K. at U aa4 tfce Mn ial et {From Our Own Correapondtnt) BUKDETT, March and Mrs. -fruiter of Moose Jaw are visitors at home of ktr. R. W. Anderson. Mr. arid ilri. .Putfer are concluding their honeymoon with a vitit at hone be- fore settling' down to real life in Moose Jaw where the? inietd making their home. _ Godden the Standard spent the -reeked In 1 .Vr. M. B. Johncon received a nrarn saying his. father was very ill. Funeral of Emk EhTord Thirty of the young men from this YklnKy went'to 'Lethbridge to at tend the funeral of the late Ernie B- ford. Ernie was very popular with 'the boys, having played on the Buraatt fcaseball team for a number of raw. and ..Had always lived the clean life of 9 true sport. Much sympathy Is felt for the bereaved fatally. .Mr, Beholder went to Medicine Hat Tvitb his lit I) 3 boy, who was operated oil for appendicitis. Death of AlWfia Hanna We regret to report the death of J: Albert Hanna, et the Gall Hospital, His remains "were seat to Bethimy, Ont., Ihe home of his parents for Interment. was -aiuch respected by.all who knew him and will greatly missed. Mrs. Jennie Ryjg of Lethbridge has accepted a 'position in the Burdett Mercantile. The infant child of .Mr. and Teder Westlev died after very short niness.. Mr. C. C. Fielding has opened office in the same build IDS as Fletcher's feed store. Theo. Hamel of Medlilne Hal van in town for several days on business The dance held in the Browntdale cchoolhouse proved a success socially. Everyone proclaimed time and they all gol home in time for breakfast. Mr. and Adams are rejoicing over the advent of s IKIle girl. Mother and child are doing wen. Miss Jane Maxwell has accented a scboui near -Red peer! and leaves to on her duties at X child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Strand on Feb. 27th. Mrs. i rn a .very critical (Mrs. Wm. White returned home from Medicine Hat where had taken her little granddaughter to lo katort reports ke was taoask slowly. Mr. -Ah. Hal! of tba, and waa In his thirty-ninth year. He a wife and four children, fatker and mother, two sisters, and four brothers. The funeral service was held In the Cardstok Tabernacle, Thursday, at ;12 noon. ware under tke direction ot Bishop Oeo. B. Petersen ot Beaser; the music furnished by the Cardetbc First Ward Choir ky S. 3. Newton. Tke Invocation by Walter B. Pitcher, and the feme- diction by Prasldent Thomas Dnce. Ressarks wan made by M E. Baaner. Oeo. rwoa. K. W. Jacobs, Fras. E. J. Btakop Geo. K. Pctenec. The floral utterkna were many, and kith In wkkh he was was a faithful aad con- slatenV tatter-Day- Saint, and COM to kls reward vttk a hope of a gtorioas interment was made the ctty cemetery. PreparatlOB and date at the to ne given by Mn. Morrow aaJ Mrs Gropes, was Initiates to tke Alberta Women's Institute ven tken Mn. Bird was appointed official oelecate, aad Mrs. R. Littietoa, delecate. Tke cooveotlon tkls year is held A letter was read from Mr. Har- Mia. OMTea aad Mra. Morrow are tidkw a la TwUu'e.Ml oa laMkletk. IrVtprniifc are far tke at W. R. tvmi. Tfce of batt UMtkratk aad Oavtor will M ia tke ereakai a aoc- ki atkar werae, will kMk alter the nfreekatiiili, etc. EXCUMt40N 1'AJlbonvlBjt B. C., Marek' _ K kail been to iteemer aeeommodatlon at eoarantent Taaconver board et trade has baan cantDelled to.poatpone tor a year ttl aicnnlon to the Orient Twenty. SMmben bad Intended sail lag on tke BnipreH ot Koaala' on April Whviior brlcklayvn will t 41.25 j t TODAY To'a void monotony we arc changing the form of the contest as follows: In the local display ads. today a number of letters kave been omitted frojn certain words. WHAT TO DO Find the missing and.from them make up as many nsmec of cities, towns snd-vltlsoee In Ataerta ae can. Names of mers postotTicse will not eeunL'The mlsaing letters have been crjoeen for this purpose. The prises will be awarded for the most (net .letters) asrrt in. First 2.00 1.0TJ In the event a lie, the'first ehvslope opened will re- ceive 1st prire; the second 2nd prlie, and so on. be regular to the Herald. How to Send in Your Solution Do net cut out the Mmnly write the of the idvertfsers, the weros from which ths letters sre missing and Follow wrfi th> [art of names of cities, towns and vlirsees In Alberta, NO LETTER MAY BE USED MORE THAN ONCE IN ANY ONE NAME' UNLEM YOU FIND TWO ALIKE, WHEN BOTH MAY BE UMD. It .Is necessary shew ths manner In which you find the fo avoid dlsqusllficatlon. yeur selirtlon to Tne Competition Department, Lethbrldge Herald, Alta. Ail must be In by Thurs- ttj, M.rch 11th, THE FOLLOWING POINTERS MAY HELP YOU: (1) Take plenty ef time, Veu have until Thureday, March 11th In which te In jraitr aolutlMi. There no sdvant. in in then, all the being art mhttt. (2) --Itomamker that Display IncluaM. an twe tnt three reckened Asia, MelsisM. (J) atl Laetl Disrtay on the ctlur mrri when find s mhnrfni Mttry write partic- (rven iMfars nV (4) Nenwmber that arOmati aemnetHer may find mhwfot hrttwm Man rt In will mske of and the art nsmaa. Watch paper for of the Fourth Con- test to be held on THURSDAY, MARCH 1 Itk, Youll enjoy its novelty. i Maid aervaaU at Ferrara, iW. hive Their demands Iwdmde a grave, aakmc that '.he Women's Insti- tute appoint a committee to pre- pare Ibe prise list, etc., for the annual school fair. Mrs. K. C. Morrison and Mrs. Robt. LittMon were appointed. It was moved by Bird, second. ed by Mn. that tke serv of Inncnes at the Institute meet- be discontinued. This wss car ed unanimously. Meeting adjonraed order. iMr. aad Mrs. ESwln Trisllan, -of ncher Creek, spent Sunday with ielr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Freeman and daughter, Mary, left ou Tkurs- iy night for England where they la- nd to spend "four or tire months. Mrs. Carney returned home after a male of weeks In Bellevne. The U. F.'A. Local month- meeting was held on Saturday. 'Vferaarr I8th, In the town ball, kind loaned by Mr. W. IB. Tnitlan. A large number ot members and farm- were present W. K. Tnstlan csll- the meeting to'order at 2 20 pm. The secretary read tke minutes of the it regular meeting, which .were adopted with correction tkat Don-mem- bers be charged one per cent, eilri on 1 straw, hay or green feed purchased through the A letter from C.'J. "Buady, CPR. Cowley, was read, referring to the inter-proTlnclal meat shlpuienta Cowley, It. appears that blank orms or certificates' should be sup- lied wltk each carcass or part of car- caes Individual shipper and neither the Canadian Pacific railway nor 'federal government in-' ends U> supply these forms, tie rail- way company taking the stand that It a government regulation and (lie orernment should supply the sary stationary. There was siso a etter attached, from F. Torrance, Vet- rtaary director, that forms must.be supplied by Individual shippers. Thnre Ming no alternative, the UnlorJ Ae- Ided to have a number of these forms printed. A motion by MnsgfeaTe- Jooknell that the secretary hare the necessary forms printed for the. meat blppen at Cowley and Umdbreck car- ried. A letter from G. P. Snyder, Uoder- ng his resignation' from' the board of directors, was read. Mr. Snyder, ba- ng present, was-asked bus reason for which he stated briefly. A motion by .Cooknell-Soottoo, that a. Snyder'e resignation be accepted carried. The feed situation was thoroughly ulecttesed. The president gave a brief ratline of how the loaders had been landtcapped for want of cars, and now when were rushed In for loading, a three days' storm! tying up from' the C. N. poioU, was rpon fbem and it was to oad. Mr. Tnetlan assured those pres- ent that everything that could be done .0 relieve the present shortage was being rushed forward. Ordering seed grain through the Local was taken dlscuseed. Kr. Bennett, councillor for Division No. 2, present, stated that the municipality was prepared to handle seed grain at the "following prices: Wheat, 12.4714; barley, M.JO, per bushel rn car lets, f.o.b.- Cowley...It grain was required in sacks, D'.ienu; per bnsbel for wheat, 15 cents for oats, 32 cents for barley, plus charges ana title searches. l Councillor thorn present that all ;rarniers; will ie aup-. plied with 'seeding by the Dominion Seed Purchasing Commis- sion and the rnternal EleratOT, gary, orders re- ceived by Mr. sbcretary- tressurer ot Ratepayers who ore unable to secure seed owing to crop failure should make application at once to Mr. Trial, stating their the Tnum amount allowed on each quar- ter-section being J300. Information was receded from Mr. C. H. S. ot the Pacific Grain Etevator, Cowley, that farmers will be able to obtain seed wheat at their nearest point at 12.42 a bushel, tails Fort William, plus freight. It Mr. TaU has been rightly Informed, the price on per bushel will be around Wheat available at the governmect elevator has been tested, cleaned, and coopered to be of best for seed Oats will also be dis- tributed In car Ms (bulk) or In sacks, at the following: prices: No. 1, 11.11 per bushel, ami No. per bushel, f.o.b, Calgary. U wss decided at the meeting (o order quantity of grain, all orders to be sent to aecreUry, Cowley 0. r. A. Talk about cotalsf fortnight's vacation each year at the sea baths at their employers' eipease aad two cigarettes a day. Our Owa MI1JC RIVfiK, council sMatsas was kelil on 'Monday evening la Secretary Henmlng's office. Mr. free Beard took his son Henry hospital on Tuesday with a severe attack of pueumoalk. A epeeay recovery for him is liofwl ay kk suny friends. Mrs. Qulnu returned OB Friday from aa exteaded visit with her daughter, Mra. (Dr.) Barrett of Billings. Mont. The Guild of the United Church was eatartaiaed oa Friday by Mrs. meat Barrows: Misc HlHs saeat tke weekend Mr. Moatcossery of Lethbridge was a buslceas visitor In the end ot lasl week. Deary Ellert bat Been .conf iu- ad to her bed for the past three weeks with a tevere attack of rheumatism. A speedy recovery for her is hoped tor. Tke Women's Institute is being eatertalned ey Mrs. A. R. Shea, oa the second Wednesday of the month. Mn. Otto Oeissleman has been con- fined to her home for tke vast two weeks throngh Ulsess. Flktt Doherty of Win n If red was in tcnra for a few days last week visiting Bis little son HnghM at tke home ot Mn. J. P. Dohertv. Dr. Giles made a trip to Lethbridge the end of, last week. Miss Doris -Chliders was In Lcti- kridge visiting for a tew days last week. The aannal meeting ot the Farmers' Insurance company was held in El lert'; osJl oa. WcdixwJuy Isist week. rf. Brook is to her home turouRli Ilineia. Mrs, Frsnk mien is convalescent recent attack ot 'Ou. recent attack of tke lulhueau'. The Aid Olrlt OB Saturday afteruuoii with Toliey. dalaty loucb Was sefvcd'ky kaataas. Mr. i'id Mrs. Ertast Barruw kad tkeir over; the weak-end. Mn. Atckerson of Warmer. and' children returned froat a trip.too on Wed- nesday, The ot the Ute Jobji- Has- ot Allenlon, took peace 40 Ike public ceueterv, Alleraton on Satur- day, Fek. 24nd. The death ot Mre. Beii Wotteeborg oocnrred Feb. list. leaves a grown up family to mourn her losi. Burial took place In poblle cemetery. The body of Rowley was e from Coaldale on Saturday aad burled In the family plot at iMaslmaain. Snow has been tailing for the aaat three days wkk'h means astra mois- ture. One man said "50 bushel crop this year." FIGHT HAW) AGAINST PBOHlimON _ HLL W U. a HOUSE WASHINOTOK. Marek Stage warfare agatost she proalMtkm torcenMBt act was mancwated toiay ky "wet" saasaoari o( kaww. In tke initial attack tJsay were beat- en'wken a Measure U repeal tie aat wu voted down 2M to M, kwt tke anU-proUUtianlsU tae aowe would reiee tke Isana' aa MU that coeaas u> tor atarnnrUirtsg taaaa to eaforee taa pniklsttloa assinlsasnt. WANT WAOI TO MIsTT K. C. L. FAMINE THREATENS COYPT .LONDON, Marck la threatened with a' serious food short age, Ike Exchange Telegraph corres- pondent at Cairo reports in a dlspatck received today.) Thailand ling of sup- plies has again been placed by tke (food department in the hands of a board ot control. Tke censorship, the correspondent adds, has been restored beginning today. EDMONTON, Marck of wastes every two saomtts pace with tke larrsasaag east at trrkac. Is tke maae ky traae workers of Bsostaetssl'ta an Made the faaeral and afarkKSsl governments. At a siiitsaf of taa aix traaVss kftass toaay. K was Laaar Oaaatta. llr- coats and tke workers saaintaln tkat ihniM alao tnata. MOM PROMTS pf O. murr LONDON, Marek Canadlae William Skew, saemker of parliament for Fortarakire, intends to ask the premier If will huUtute an Inquiry Into proBta of great newspaper traits In England. Tke Express tkat tkere la not a dally paper today abowinf a profit, taking commodities at 'their present prices. Any Time Ypu-Il Mash for some other kind of chewing: gum when you have Adams Black Jack The: full, native licorice flavq-V is soothing as as satisfying. It fills a: desire you've had since childhood. Of course Adams Black Jack Gum gives all the benefits of Adams pure chewing digestion, teeth, nerves. In addition, it relieves materially huskiness of the throat. v Adams Black Jack Gum in the blue package is sold everywhere, 5c. Adams product, particularly prepared Cnnrmi; Gain Co. Lhnrted, Toronto, Wlnnfptf, Vancoirrer. ;