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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23. THE l.KTHUUIDGE DAILY HERATJ) PAGE THE HERALD'S DAILY PAGE OF LIVE DISTRICT NEWS Magrath Farmers WiU Build Mill If Season Right; Itec ision Arrived Also; for Central Plant to Mix Hopper Bait (From. Our Own CorrespomlenO continue liil 1'J Fight Hoppers Too V. A, cxpi'it in In: prepared T. and Kmil Mhlci-t were namei! a roimmlteo investipatu the [lusitinn 01" instiiliiiij: a '.immunity for ilio purjuistj of mixing chopper bail in bulk at ttome cen- poiiit in Lhc district. Will Help School Fair he association been requested Mr. Mercer, priiu-ipal ol' tho; rrnni K. A. to act on the sen-1 i iTal v ummittiv for the School iand in compliance with such [Mr. Bernard Hradslunv was MAO RATH. Alar. regular i U was alsu voted to appropriate; meeting of V. r. A. was held in the j for special prizes Cor the school: Town Hall on Friday. -March iSth. i fair and for special prizes for Prey. C1. Jensen was in the chair. The the Agnc'iiltnral Society Kail question Of building a flour mil! wan! hold in August again brought lie fore the and it was unanimously voted to QU) TIME CHARIVARI build a mill this season, provided the j vpwv AT iVn'Offl' season was at all favorable. hfcL-N Al JhLA.V1- The rnftlter of obtaining the sea-1 ton's supply or gopher poison and (From Our Own Correspondent! .Formalin was also discussed. It was finally voted to accept the offer ._ _ .......___ _ itessrs. Grant Davies to supply j pic of this place have had a chance Coaldale Sons And Dads Enjoy Splendid Week Bantiutft and Special Church Service Mark National in (lem of West uf rather ami Son s worship. Then mid CliUuii- tin litWOVllwl. 1'illr romliToil hy .Mi- tig? r Chii'l' Klti KatlU'r and Aivll. .Mitrh' II. Ho "Wln'l ll.llltO Ihat ill thi llu-rs twoiil -de I'.'.) il Viiy !nst b Till.; is tin rs mill i-lium with llu'ir ami Mrs. .1. Caluivn, tin- cluiir. Then a thlft !iy anil junior. Krv. hint; U'XI. years old." puinieil out. his parents iKe whoa t'a- tltoii- i-inl fur darts Fair Association Officers, Magrath to all and then rptnatmler of the day, until midnight, wan spent in jmindng iUid air.usiMiiotits ol1 various Kinds. This is an excellent entertainment of the. older folks by tliu yotingur. JL furnishes ;i lioml of I follow 1'eulinp and unity in tho uiunity that nothing elan City Plans Hig Fair on Aug. and Will He- vise Prize List tt the same tinm nivos them all ho pleasure, for "them is n re joy in I'.iviiiR than in if tho ynuiiR people- had as finw a t as the older ones then all were, repaid for the oft'nrts put forth in -a vidiiijc this unicitto entertainment. td BUSINESS TAX WILL HE LEVIED INT MAGRATH OTIP for the 't. to be their fathers, in tin j Friday evening: :it their regular moot-. ing the "Live- (.'amp 01 Trail Kan-1 gers" held their tiuarterly election of! llcers. The officers are, Kau- i ger. Shrumm; Sub-Chief, j Chas. PerliM-son; Tally. Fre J Living- i stone; Cache1. Kerinit Li vines tone. as IJOW ISLAND. Albtrta. March 22.-jTho b.v-laws ruling ot It has bson u long time since the peo-1 Ule woro (From Our Own CorrcspoiHle.litl MAUK.Vni. .Mar. -The dircrt- their bovs when liiey lose their con-j ol's tno Oeso.ret Agricultural So-1 Indications uro that manlo syrtip i ftdenee '-ind respect' Tho speaker' c'ot-v a-meeting in tho town hall j .will not bo very plentiful iu Oxford on .Monday. .March 21. Tho meeting County, was railed for the purpose of appoint- ing the various committees in connec- tion wi.th Hi1.' annual fair to held pointed out that hoy .losus C'OALDALE. Mar. week- i 1'otunl ill the Temple. The church is end just past been an exciting ami providing a place fathers can ii age lioys lislrict. On their hoys. Tin appeal fur speaker greater e.v tion to this etui on part of [heir (From Our Owu C'orrcHi'oiuleut) MAGHATir, Mar u special mealing of the Town Council held Saturday night, IX U. t'rookston appointed town constahlo. road over seer, water imiKtor, etc., at u salary of per month. At a meeting of the Town (Jouucil hold March tti. the (.'ouu- ell voted to levy a Imsiiiess tax ol! Irt per rent of rental value of promis- es occupied on all parties carrying on a business in Mayrath who ilo not now come, muter tho license by-law. Kill-'era-Quick and Formalin, ami the, to give an olj fashioned charivari, but offer nf the ruited tlraiu l i rowers th" occasion was given last nipht then passed. It ollld havc becn to many Bow Island Hopes Local Man Chosen By Farmers At Med. Hat Nomination grown tips to given last night husinoss Tlu for supplies of slrychuinc. 'when Mr. Peever anil Mrs. Harris.; system Arrangements were also completed! who were united in marriage last' ganauet tor a big banquet 10 be held in las Thursday at Lethbridgo. arrived home; On Satlml.lv a ..FllUler alul and while tho new marned people Son was held in the school were not at all desirous ot the cere-jtasomPIU E .tem ,ad ,n. mony. had.to acquiesce after vilcll llis jn mo uascs thc entrance had been made by some ot I invitation was acceptcd wllere thedad more vemuvosonie tellows, and not or th treat was to those prodent at the c.hosc bounti. on August I' and Jo. The, following is a list of otlicers of the society for IU21: idhvard First V'ice-Pres., lOmil Khlert; Sec-Treas., M. Elmer Hirie: Directors. Uishop j Levi Hiirker. John IJrown, Fred Brad-i shaw. Geo. Tlmmpsou, Jacobs. Earl darker. V. Harris, .lames I-'ar-! ren. T. Passey. Fred Jas. j Meldrum. Karl Holeman, Jus. Ander-; son, Austin Bennilt, J. A. Clyde Bennett. Mrs. Edmond Hock-' Mrs. Win. Palmer. Mrs. J. II. j Assembly Haft on Friday. March L'n. The banquet will be for members .of V, R A. and T. F. A. only, com- mencing at 4 p. m. At 7 p. in. the pro- gram "will conimeuce to which the public are cordially invited. A J'ery eifelistit program has been arrauged. (From Our Own Curresuondeiit) I Ihese lads dispose of ISLAND. March U. i .-crtainly have got the F. A met in special session last uisht ;m'A Mrs 'to discuss the-matter of sending I delegaie, to Me.iicine Hat convention! t Saturday with msinic ions a3 to whom; they should Mippovt. hut alter a sen- ment5 M Hm. j SPRING 1921 MODELS club room ot" the G. W. V. A., and all Dancing will commence at 3 p. m. and wish them a long and happy life "AFTER EVERY MEAL Mint leaf, peppermint or lus- cious Juicy fruit, either flavor Is a treat for your sweet tooth. And all are equally cood for you. Teeth, appetite and disestion all benefit. Vour nerves will say "thank you." your vim will respond. U'RiGLEV'S Is liked for what it does as well as for Its BIG value at the small cost of 5c. The Flavor Lasts PROGRESS EKOOT it. MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER TOOKE BROS. LTD. oral discussion they arranged to meet Messrs. Lovi Harker, James grains ;md grasses. A. K. Henuett and Girls i ful renasL was provided and was over- h seen by several motliers -Mrs, Peder- J. Tlodgyons. ison, Mr3. Afitrhell Mrs. Iloneysett.! There is of plenty of mater-; Ulumd Fresh Fniit etc _ Mrs Grunewaltl and Mrs. Law, assist- ml here to draw irom and it is uupod K jirs pt] Hockin" by a number nf girls of the Path-j ili-it :i man am bu .selected, from this; Fjinvers fine'arts Airs Win Pal-j I nier and IMrs. Angus Ladies' "Work, home manufactures and laun- dry. .Mrs. J. H. Turner and Mrs. Fred Braclshuw. 1'rpsi. Hodgea was appointeil to rep- resent the tissociatiou on the Leth- _________ bridge Fair Uoard, (Prom Oar Own Correspondent) i A Judging contest of livestock for] MAGRATH, Mar. Al'ton Snow, toucher of the second srailft in our public school, has handed in her i finder group of Canadian Training. Lads and dada to the number ot 64 partook of the banquet, after which a very fine series of toasts were pro- posed. Archie Mitchell, praetor the j La Premiere Square of Tuxis Boys. j acted as toastmaster in a very fitting manner. Ted Pcderson proposed the I toast to the dads with fine taste and I choice language. The reply was made by H. A. Suggitt, who congratulated j the boys on their chances iu conncc- tlon with the C. S. E. T. program and on their enterprise in their on- vicinity. MAGRATH TEACHER RESIGNS ANOTHER TEACHER APPOINTED esignation to take effect March 31st. Miss Nellie Taylor, who will com-! department. plete her normal course on April 8th, was decided boys under 17 and one for boys from IT to l_'t will be conducted. The scores j made by tho boys will iu turn lie j scored by the judges ot the livestock i' to beautify the planting trees and Pres. j n .1 i llas appointed to succeed Miss i by portunitj. Arch. Mitchell then made, Snmv -Hodges was appointed to look into I the matter of having the buildiiigs I riaintcd. I the toast to "Our Sons" iu a most in- j teresting and informing address. Ho noticed, he said, great development among the 'teen age boys this last two years, ns a. result of the program. Good, clean, fair play was being de- veloped. They were learning how to first lesson in citizenship. Bar. Grunewald replied on behalf of tho sons in a very fitting manner. j Claude Shrumm then proposed the toast to the church, pointing out that thc whole C. S. B. T. program was a j church program. Ker. H. Bosomworth j replied, and stated that the endeavor i of the church la to provide for both lads and dads a place for fellowship, place for 'PHONE EXCHANGE AT DIAMOND DISCONTINUED JCARDSTON YOUNG FOLKS ENTERTAIN fFrom.Our Own Correspondent) DIAMOND CITY, Jlar. mond City no longer has a central 'phoile exchange. The central 'phouc that for years has been in the Ilia- CLOTHES Now ready for your inspection at reconstruction prices. to will give you a most sightly suit hiade from smart, wearabls, materials, correctly cut, fihsly ih aLsolutsly tK? same manner as our most expensive lines. Lsrs to frgm in alt sizes types and models. LOCK FOR THIS LABEL THE MARRIED FOLKS! (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTOX, Mar. "Married day in Cardston was celebrated 1 mond Post OHico is put on the Loth- ........._ ____.........______ j bridge rural. Wo sorry to have the anniversary of tho this change as wo have, always heen Relief: Society organization of the a place for traiaing and i service. I. Fred Livingstone made a neat little speech in proposing the toast to "Our and Mrs. Honeysett replied with detp feeling. Donald Baldwin, in perhaps the most chaste speech of the evening, proposed the toast to "Our and Grace Mitchell re- plied with nice tastn. A. J. Law then proposed the toust to the C. S. B. T. program and explained its fourfold nature and urged upon the dads to keep the confidence of the boys. Ar- jchie II. Mitchell, the toastmaster, re- i plied and explained the program iu detaii and finished by reading the con- jstitution of the ha Premiere. Tuxis Square. j The dads present were. II. Sng- Kitt. V. V. Weaver, D. KiliK, K. H. Thompson, A. Kramer, J. Barlow, J. I', llaidwin, C. Wood. P.ixby. W. j W. Honeysett. T. Jones, It. R Living- stone, H. 0. 1'edcrson. W. A. Grime- wald, :r. L. Shrumm. R. Rogers A. F. Reloit. .1. Dev.-ey. The m j -sultstitutf- ..dads uud were, A. m( J. Law. lOd Johnson, [l. j. lialdry, II. p'et it came as a surprise, hut leaving O. Harrison. I.. Hodgson. F. Smith', II! feeling behind that liuyo aiid Joint McD Davidson. I everything comes to those who hustle A careful estimate of the families I while they wait. with 'teen boys in the community j era will dawn upon Southern goes to show that only four families I Alberta with the completion of this, i were unrepresented by cither father i '-iitch -iiat wili gladden the hearts of! given the best of service. CHINOOK MINER IS I church, and is always celebrated by i the members of this society, but this year an innovation In the program was introduced by the young people, i by proposing to entertain all the i married folks. Programs were held (Krom Our Own Correspondent) j jn Tabernacle and the Sec- DIAMOND CITY. Mar. Moil-! Wim] chapel and consisted main- day at noon Sam Nobbs was brought! >v Of numbers from the young people, up from the Chinook mine with a .After tho program luncli was served broken ankle. While "scraping" be j noticed face" loosening up. but betoro he could clear it the falling! lump was upon him, pinning his left j foot and breaking his leg just above! the ankle. Ho was taken to the Coal- hurst Hospital Sold 300 mtrcKants throughout Canada. IN TOrtONTO BY 10075 KEEL Fifth St. South. Lethbridge. IRRIGATION NEWS IS WELL RECEIVED AT PICTURE BUTTE (From Our Own Correspoixlenf) PICTUKI-: IH.'TTE, Mar. was sreat rejoicing in. the Picture Biutc uiu! Iron Spring tlisLricts over the good IHMVS cuucerning irrigation. Althcmsh many have heen anxiously aiting for months for the povera- to r-ome to some, final decision, EVERYWHERE %Jgm0fcg. i or sou. There wert; only seven dads did not conn; with tiieir lads. The the iitriners who have toiled long and number ol' families with 'teeii ago boys in the district in out of this I number 2.1 were rciinisiuitpd at the I hiinijiiKt. is families had luilli father I and son present, anil one 1'ather camr, I without his sou Irecauso of sickness! I at. home. j After the buminet a sreat sijllare j was formed iu the Assembly Hal! and! Inn roll of both fathers ami sous was! A sing song of father ami son was (hen enjoyed and then a i I S. K. T. tournament was indulged in. dull snatch, relay races, i ciiaUpiig.- games, succeeded one an- j other, sons against sous, fathers i against sons rnifl fathers a-gaiust fa- ilhnrs. Thi! fathers entered into j matter willi cutllusiiism and voted it I tin- Imst thnn Ihi-y bad ever had. Kn- j IlinsiaHui ran riot. J Father, Son i Co. i We nfturly forgot In mention lhatiria j tin; spcw-li of tin: evening was made j ilo tin: great sijnnri! by II. O, Harrison on Father. Sou a-. C-n. Ilo pointed out that this Company had mntiuil uu- liniiteil liability to work for Ihi: Oom- pauy objectives and appealed for 'gri-ntiT intcraSf in the 'luen ago. hard on dry land with very little- sue- hut with water flowing on the land, will be able in the course oE a! few years tn build permanent homes and lo live liappy in one of the best j countries on Clod's green eartli Southern Alberta. I MANY SIGN MUNICIPAL j HOSPITAL PETITION i IN TABER DISTRICT! (From Our Own rorresprmilent) i TAHKK, Mar. large number of signatures to the municipal hospi- tnl were obtained on he; southern I rip over the week-end by A. IX Mct'annell. iu company with r. K. A. oflichils. and thft campaign is ing with ;i swing. Mr. Whiston. who will address the institute deli-galfr.y ibf! .subject, arrived in town .Mon- le happy fimtilics homo. Sonic saiil "It is tin- Imst time Coaldaic! ever had." others remarked "1 had no idea tlln C. S. T. pro- gram meant so much." and others "I wouldn't have missed [t for ST..00." Father and Son Sunday WIN.MFKED PLACES T.UTH IN RAINMAKEU (From Owu Correspondrnit U'lXMI-'lJKli. Mar. 22......Winnifreii district is rilled with cillhusiaMi farmers are very hopeful and have! great cnnfldenn! in Hall'ield, Hi., i rain-maker. Word came on March l'i that Ilatficld's apparatus had arrived! in .Mcilh-ine Hat. h'onr towers will lie1 i-atner and son Sunday j built, two lo four hundred feet in the On Sunday crowds thronged to the air. and to cover one hundred miles church services. The evening service the exlcnt of the rain-belt. Mr. ,1 II was "Father and Sou" service. The Stevens of Medicine .Hat, was in U'in. and tliuir dads sal together, lere was a i-.liodage of chairs to at all couiifv. 4 song servlci for 20 JJndtn boxes of SO tOO PLAYER'S NAVY CUT CIGARETTES nifred last wccjf to speak to tho. F.I A. rel.iliim ii, (he, rain-maker and Ibi; L ;