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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.C Eir.inr I'liti LETHBHllMil'; DAILY HKHAUJ up many item? r if liucrfo" !o (lie I predate! Mr. Dugcl o! Calgary. the building going on airing lo tie pi lea tlio seni'rlcB oi j inauagpr hi-ro In charge, having taken ite maoasouieiU Jasl week.-. of material and the. scarcity ol rnonay. G. -H. Loader making aorae Itn- _ ___ __ _______ __ The farmers aro preparing for j proyernenta In itoro, taking out wort, by "repairing and tW central am! whe.u. gopher poison and ft urs posts, all cf are bo- IDE li.imlkil ff _ _ A certain day was designated lor the harness, 'mnlns grain and looktagUwre room, necessary ow- farraf rs to unite in jK'isonlni; gophers.! over maeblnerr settins repairs ins to Ijujlness. and o'fovt aUws this line Is i neoessary. Tto very Tuesday IStb rtlepayera wore effectual. Many topics wore KIUVI "aiid' evtryoW'JS "op meeting' was'halil in'the'schoolhouss. ssed and will be iurih-.jr discusstxll limlttk- ior cotnlqg loasoa which I -ImproirenienU Date of Convention is Set For July Delegates Expected TORONTO, March conven- lion of the firo department cliietf of Ihe world will be heH In Toronto be glnnins July ;4 and continuing fit'. days. Toronto was chosen at the laft convention, bui IQO even bad- ones >va thp were rueaua of wilh the same. It vis plq'wv nn last two yfnr.5. There is.not, much, for'a1 park, end crpp It'this to that the ground will be suitable to plant trees auother %ea- ton. It vlll .be uocesurx to fcuco it which was decided upon. As 5bon as It li- dry Dnoash the miter ditches will'be cleanod ready'for when tho Titer 1! turned Ur the. canal. Born'to'Mr. Mrs.'Alfred Chrlj- K BOH, March Si. .Haroljl and Perry Barton who have "been to Columbia ot the Dialer havs relumed ss to for spriog PLAN TO END STRIKE (for tho government .paying the com- ON SPANISH RAILWAY for a period of ono mentt tbo amount necessary tor them to In- MADRID, was! crease tho wage, ot the'" agreeJ upou early today ror end- j In6 ot tho eeneral strike on the tho comp- Ish rallivays, Inaugurated yesterday, i H was anuousced tbat aftsr proloiigedl conferences between the minister o! I WSnnlpeg irUI publlo works and tbo representatives'ed to pay approilmitely utt ot tha railway companies, solution this year tbia during the had been reached under which tho 1919-1920 owing the city> demands of the men would. change eiTlo year to oouceded. The agreement the calendar Alberta Hereford Breeders' associa- tion, at its annual meeting in Victoria park, Calgnry, Monday elected the tot- lowing officers Hon. presidents: Brett, Hon. 3. F. Tolmie. minister of agriculture. Ottawa; Dr.. Rutherford. Ottawa; Hon. Duncan 3Iarsb.aH, minis- ter of agriculture, S. 0. Cnrlyle. livestock commieiiouer, Ed- President: John McD Davidson. Coaldale. 'N'ice-presldent: George E. Fuller, Mldnaporo. Secretary-L-easurer Thos. Bellew, Cnigary. Directors: O. A. Boggs. Daysland; Frank Coliicut, Calgarj-; W. H. Cur- tice, Shepherd; S. SI. Mace, Iiigh John Wilson, Innlsfail. Tho report for the year showed that considerable progress had been made, tho membership having increased and there being a satisfactory balance in the hank. In discussing plans for the year, the nuestion of appointing a field man, grants to small tr.lrs, and the possi- bility starting a magazine devoted exclusively to Herefords, were dis- cussed. The meeting voted to pay the ex- penses of an Alberta delegate to tho annual meeting of the Dominion Here- ford association. Prof. Dow ell, of the University ot Alberta, stated that tho university ia -willing to do everything within- ill power to encourage beef production in Alberta. He thanked Uioso who had icr uatcd calves to (he university steer feeding competition held In "con- nection exhibi- tion iu Chicago. fl-'rom Our Own STIKLIXG. March Tuesday March 7lh a farewell party was given at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. X. 11. Kelson prior to their leav- ing thia place to resido in Lelhbridge. Tho evening v.-as spent in singing, musical selections and games. Re- freshments were also served during ihe Bvcniug. all bad a good Mmc they were loath to part with tho Nelsons as they have resided hcra homo 17 yeara. Their many friquds wish them well In ihetr new location. A iiarty and supper was given at tho j home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred HirscLuj Thursday, March llth. Tlio Misses j lAlta Hlrscne and'Jennie Fawns re: reived ttia (meats. Covers were laid for twenty and after tho repast tho ovenlns was spent in games and music. All present had a very on- joyabio timo. The Mutual improvement Associa- tion presented a play entitled" Com- to a large and appreciative audience, Friday the I'jth. All liic characters were well represcntc-d by local talent, much credit is due those taking part, for tho creditable way in which Jho play was presented. Saturday evening the 13th a eur- priso party was Given Mr, and Mrs CD. Romerii. at Ihelr new home located just west of tho cross roads, aouth of Stirling. Tho event was in honor of the anniversary of Mrs. 'llomeril's birthday, .the evening was very cnjoyably spent in and readings... Ice cream and cake 'were scryed during the evening.' The anniversary of the organization of the Relief Society was celebrated hers on tho 17th.1 At a progran viis'.reridercd consisting of speeches sougs, readings. musical selcc tioiiB. In' the evening from 6 Oil supper wag sorvod nnd during Ihe re matnder of Ihe evening, those pre. sent participated In dancing, and bad an enjoyable lime as they always on that "day. Mrs. Workman and daughter o Ixithbrldgo have been visiting Mr? B. L. SpacXman the past week. Mr. and 'Mrs. Spackrnan are hRpp: over the arrival ot a son at thel homo. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Hardy entertain fed in their new homn at tiio rorne of Centre street anil First west Krlda evening the 15th. Abrjnt SO gufsls present anil had a most oujoyabl time. The evening was spent in sin; Ing, musical selections and frinie Kcfreshments were sorvc-d during evening. The out of town qtii-sts pre- sent weio, Mr. and Mrs. II. H. John- ton of Cradock, Mr. and Mrs. HUny Vveaver and three sons, Duncan. Al- len nnd Prank also IxstlR Weaver all of Haymond. U.F.A. Meeting Saturday evening the soth, tho U. F.A. held their regular meeting tak- there are Plem> Dominion Inner Tubes are an essential part of Dominion Tire equipment. They insure perfectly bal- anced tires which mean better service, longer mileage and easier riding. The facilities for in men and equipment-r-have been greatly increased, and will more than meet the growing demand. However, to-make sure of having your car equipped with the tires that PROVED their satisfactory service ami mileage, order your favorite Dominion Tires NOW. Dominion Tire Accessories enable you to obtain even greater mileage from your A few work with Patches, Re- liners, Sleeves, Cement, Heal-a-cut, etc., will help you to get that extra 500 or miles out of tho tires. Dominion Tires are distributed through. Dominion Rubber System Branches and sold by the best dealers through- out Canada. Dominion Tire Dealers carry Dom- inion Inner Tubes and the complete line of Dominion Tire Accessories. 227 ;