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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBEIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. MAHCII THE HERALD'S DAILY PAGE OF LIVE DISTRICT NEWS Ed Maunsell Is Old-timers' Head, Macleod District 3raneh of Southern Alberta As- sociation is Formed and Officers Chosen Gen. John J. Pershinu Three Students Get Their Final Diplomas at R.A.C. Closing Exercises of Raymond School Marked by Splendid Addresses Indian War Memorial i ICV.-M i ml people Madison -Square Xe-w York AIIU cheered, denunciations Pershiii: Gen. (Trum Our Own Correspondent) MACLKOO, Mar. March L'tith. 1P21. was a red Any, or rather :i round-up for ;he old iiniors. Mannsrll ami I'ol. Jimmy AVulker surely had a rounded up for the occasion. When the order of tiie camp WHS called they had corralled forty or more. Damon was given charge of the brand- ing iron, and he marked -ill the mave- ricks in such a that when the torral gate was opened they were all the same, {-right civen charge of the ciuintmi; and record- ing the stock ou tiie bratffl hook, and they were all counted before I lie bunch broke away. Holt Patterson had charge of the luini'hins up, and giving general instructions with C.eo. Pearson as his assistant. Goo. Ivea ind E. F. Brown were put on night herding and K. F. Cummins takes? charge of the entertaining tent. The secretary, II. Bright, reported that lie had written to several of the Old Timers, as he was able tu set} the first council together -with any and their names and had not received any j ail the individual cases that have in refusals. He laid on trie table a copy the helped to make Macleod what of the constitution and laws ot" the it is today. Macleod grow, jind Old Timers association, as had been j the distrie: made out and accepted by the Calgary irrigation (From Our Own KAYMO.ND, Mar. auditor- I him ;il the school of agriculture on j March L'l was filled to capacity, many standing in the side entrances, un- able to obtain seats for tho graduation exorcises. Principal Longman, in his opening remarks, said ho felt encour- aged over '.he results obtained the first season. He said there were oOO students enrolled in A. C. schools in the province of Alberta the past sea- sou. This number exceeds in attend- war- nropociindists. whose aim i I unee any province in the Dominion. in the the high school graduates who had their credits from the department at Edmonton would bo allowed to com- plete the course in one year through concentrated efforts, and passing suc- cessfully tho final examinations; as a result three hoys hud succeeded in .setting diplomas. Gleirn K. Nielson of inion of those present was that it should in- an association that will make Macleod gather up all tho old v.-ith thtt-history of those who came early as members of the Mount- ed Police and others who came to..... _ settle, in the country. The first church, Cardston. Paul L. Uahl and W, Andor- tho first school, tho board, aud or general association, which was held in Calgary a few weeks ago. Those were fully explained by Col. Walker, who said tha general idea :t will grow faster now that has been taken up by the government, by guaranteeing the bonds of any and all plans recommended by the irrigation commission. Coaldale Home Play a Success! was to make it a "historical society." not in name but in reality and to collect all data possible by every j member, as well as photos of any and old timero, or old spots that had t at any time been photographed. K.! H. Maunsell said that it was the Old Timers that liod made Alberta what it is today, and it was due to them r Crowd Witnesses "Kind- j stand by each other and form an as-; ling the Hearth Fires sociatiou thai will moke a new his-; Roles Wei! tory of which our great province will be proud. A motion was then carried "that wo form an Old Timers' associa- and Mr. H. Mauascl! was elected president, with Robert Patter (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDALE, Mar. asseinij- snn, first vice-president; Damon, ly hall-of the school was filled to tapa riecond vice-president; II- Bright, j city on Thursday evening lasst to_hear amon, ly hall-of the school was irtght.! city on Thursday e.veiiini secretary-treasurer: ciirer.lors, George iho piny "Kindling the Hearth Fire." Ires, H.'ll. Mc.Xahb. George There must have been at least iJO i Sergt.-Mnjor Armour, K. F. Brown people present. The at tiie and A. F. Grady. j iloor was 5ik: .'or adults and for: After the election of officers the ;-liihlreu and the amount received was president called on all present to 1 the roll, "whert- a good response was j The various characters played their Kivt-R. r.nrt the secret a ry-trea surfer was admirably aud the local hits in-1 Siven work that will make history rrodiu-fd brought (lie house down. Alt j for tiie of the Macleod Did son of Raymond. Pres. E. J. Wood of Cardston. and S. Allen their of having such an institution in our, district, encouraged the students to j go ou in their chosen line of endca- j vcr. The musical numbers of Mr. and Miss Ijpavitt and violin duet by Mr. L. Krickson and Duncan Weaver welv well received, a dramatic read- j in? from "Riley" by Mrs. A. Palmer. The outstanding feature, was the I splendid address by Supt. Undason of Lethbridge. Ho idealised farming as a of wonderful pos- sibilities for mixed farming in Alherta said men of brains, men of scientific, j learning along these lines must solve our problem.-. The boys who gradu- ate from A. schools must be lesul- their communities, lie sounded an alarm, saying the- lands of Alberta I were passing into the hands ot" the foreign elemf-nts. out "of the Anglo- Saxons' control of our Iss, easy way. unwillingness to get down j to hard, industrious plodding, which we must do if we are to gain success j MAYOR OF COLEMAN "WATCHED" ON LEAyiNG FOR THE OLD COUNTRY ('From Our Own Correspondent.) t'OLKMAN', Mar. On tho dnpar- litre of Mayor Disney for a visit to the old a number of his friends tendered him a luncheon on Friday. It was hold in tho Coleman Cafe at I p.m.. when -10 sat down to a very fine luncheon. After the luncheon ex- Miiyor Morrison occupied tho chair and briefly referred to the occasion of the gathering. It was a splendid tribute to tho popularity ot our mayor. Many of tho old timers were reminiscent and brought to light tho lutppy days of! long ago. Mr. Alex. Cameron on be- half of thosu assembled made tliu presentations which were: u gold watch for Mr. Dis New Manager Of B.oflOaponc Mr. W. T. R. Henderson Has Hat Wide Experience in the West (Special t3 tho llenihU RAYMOND, Mar. AV. T. II Henderson has assumed tlu> incut of tho Kaymond branch o' tin Hank of Montreal. Mr. Hendersm luu his early training in the North o Scotland and Town and County Ban) ich were: a gold j came to Canada to enter tho sot uey, an ivory toilet' vlcoVrf tlio Bank of Montreal in set for Mrs. Disney and a box ot bon- Burins the moat of .that time he h.-u been with the, western branches of tin bons for Miss Elsa. Echoes Of The bank, principally at Cal sary nml Mooso Jaw. For tho threi years prior to being transferred ti Raymond, he in tin i JlagratH branch and toofc chave I there in tho winter of 1919-1920, dm I ing the manager's illness. He wa. I married in 1917 to the only daughte ot 11. S. Smith, a weii known mil-time of -Southern Alherta. The Prince of Wales mireiHn? an Indian -war memorial ;it Pat chain. Howns, Brighton, England. Taker Man Has Plan To Prevent Soil Drifting This Applies to Irrigated Land Houghton again surprised the rum runners. Three men had been up at Michel ami were returning on Friday evening. They carried innocent look- ing grips and everytlmig went well, until they landed at their destina- tion Coleman. Unfortunately, they think', Chief Houghton was there and relieved them ot their baggage. In.the morning they came before A. 51. Morrison, J.P., auck were fined each and costs. There uus been confiscated during TABKR, Mar. 2S.-Following tlio j the past week over n worth of proposed plan of T. A. Sundal. secre-i1'........ I Now Under Bitch Where Blowing Has Occurred (From Onr Own Correspondent) WORTH LIQUOR CONFISCATED, COLEMAN, DURING PAST WEEK Our Own COLEMAN, Mar. Constable irrigation district, ari FERNIE SOCIAL AND PERSOiNAL NEWS; Timers' association. The genera! Jfe Flavor is Finest in- dELkO (I'rom Our Own FERXIE, Mar. R. did remarkably -H. The comedy sup! j "Canada's Most famous Dessert Tilled hy Auhya Honeysett and Weaver and .Mrs. Weaver waa surely i sootl clean. The Iwy, Liias. liar- rtson. was ail boy, too. Of thr- moiv perlous parta. Mrs. A. 1 Mitchell's work was ot a very hish order aud she repeatedly held the sit-1 j nation hy her resource when other- wise it would have become very em- barrassins. Spai'p will not permit of a full es- firuate uf tiie excellent work ot" i Saturdayv for the j HUMP .iiplomas [purchase of the olil A. K. I. symom __J_J____________' j by the irrigation tho Taber socretarj- is anothpr itleu. u'luch he wil! before the hoard; ol" trustees at the next meeting, and' whifh, after due examination o[ yys- i lems in the U. S. ami Canada, he tie-, is a new ono. A-jiytition thy -Klnptioii nf tlip iilpii is r.ov.' beiny: trir- hy K. Bullock, a prnmiueui farmer and mineowner, 101- prnsenta- a viait to France. Italy. Belsiuui and j tion to iho tuxtrd. Tiie plan, as oiu- Eusland. -viUi tbe intentiuu jn the petition, asks tin; hoard being absent from Fernie I'or threo'l to rule as follows: or four months. j i. That for the purpose of Irrisnt- Itev. IFamiUnii iJrov.'n nf Christ stubblo land, here, with Rev. K. V. flarrison of (.'nmbrook? j ir, Vulcan Planning For a Town Park C. P. R. Will Be Asked by the Community Club for a Donation of T.and iKrnm Onr Ccrrep-nQUdcnt) VCI.CAX, llarch a recent meeting executive o niters of hist J. A. liroley states that tlio I'.aiu- hovv Lumber CuniiJauy will rebuild their mill, latt-ly destroyed by 1'ini. Kamsev and resume operations at the earliest inrgett'inK nor. Hnmoimild W. W. moment, llaiieysett. The play, however, demon- strateii the fiicL that it is riot neces- sary to he vulgar and coarse in order tu be I'tinuy. The fim was clean, nat- ural and wholesome. Tt is also ciuite clear that the subjects of every day farm life experience can he made, hy a proper presentation, of supreme in- the system on or before April; the Vuh'an Community CHlh, it was decideclil to ask tho C. P. K. owners of Tint r.-Uepaver- who receive i the for tho donation of a wa'ter during April or May, receive no of land (From Our Own Correspondent) BLAOKlli, -Mar. the j conflagration hero, in the mass of i ruin during the day reports were heard from exploding ammunition and cans of oils which were in the stock of: the Blachie Hardware Co., which increased the work tof. the watchmen and added fear and uneasiness, as tho people residing near feared another outbreak. Watchmen were secured to keep an eye on tho sraouhleving nitns, to prevent further spreading and to warn the people if such should be the case. The auditorium, an eight thousand dollar building, the post office and a large dwelling situated nenrby at tlio east, and the MeHae garage, situated just across the drive-way, at the south, narrowly escaped the flames. The con- tents of all were removed to opposite sides of the streets to safety. All that saved these valuable buildings was the effort of the organized buck- et brigade and the two-cylinder chem- ical engine of the village which was operated by a number of men, doing excellent work, although this force was of very little assistance during ,the main part of tho fire. The records and accounts of the Blackie Hardware Co. aro in the safe, buried in tho mass of ruin. It is hoped thoy will not be destroyed- The safe was covered with earth to further as- sure protection of tho ducnments. It is naid the estimated damage will amount to includ- inK the stock and buildings damaged. The long dibtance telephone ser- vice was-kppt in working order by means oi. water pails, and throwing I snow-balls at burning cross-arms ami! i poles, until assistance from the chem-j j ical engine could bo spared now and I again from the other buildings which I had to 5e kept sprayed almost can- J tinunusly. Mr. JU L. McDonald, owner of the building occupied by the Blackie i Trading Co., who was in B.C., at the time was wired, and has j arrived. Insurance adjusters, representing various companies holding risks, Alberto AKe.ria, found murdered :ii New York, was worth about said to be-mostly profits from "boot legging." resun fudge It melts in your mouctli' ao creamy and rich. with EAGLE BRAND ULCl UIU Illg II Ul .iici.f, L; mi -K- -lift more till the adjoining areas, which j imrposes. in order that the Club have nfrlved. Those insured w.l. llke- have not received it, do so in June, so "i'1 may ly nave a adjustment as to Ki-e ail an equal start, when "Wo convert same whether this business section will 'into an nn-to-rlate Play-1 ha in the near future, Musterole Loosens Up Those Stiff Out Pain You'll know why Musterole once you experience the glad relief it gives. Get a jar at once from the nearest drug store. It is a clean, white oint- ment, made with, the oil ol mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Brings ease and comfort while it is being rubbed on] Musterole la recommended by many doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu- matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of tbe chest (itoften prevents K. O. Daniels, provincial school in- spector, returned from an extended1 tour of inspection in the western end of his territory on Tuesday and will remain in this part of tho district for several days. Me reports' the schools oC Ihe district progres-sinp; with their work in a very satisfactory manner. rpst i The series of meetings held in the "The storv of the plav is briefly this: j Church during the week have I Doris Field, the. daughter of a profi-lheen well attended, much interest be- perous farmer, becomes disgusted with the unending drudgery of tho I life on the farm, where no modem im- j provements or conveniences are pro- vided Tn the home. She rejects her j iarmer-lover. Dave Dalton. and goes MO the ciiy and gets a position in a departmental store. In the c'.ty she i rooms with Ida Johnson, n previous repi'lur water schedules may be an _ ceeded wiih. The secretary has much j Sjound and Park Negotiations are How on toot with the f. P. R. and ten- tative plans aro being prepared for the support for the proposal and backs it by the following arguments: i The latter half of April and first Iwlns of the h ock of land which i of' "'I" make it suitable for tlm above ing manifested. On Sunday evening the choir of the church rendered "The Crucifixion." by Stainer. to a crowded house, winning much praise for their excellent rendering of a very difficult piece ot' music. The week services partook of a union nature, both the ministers of the Baptist aud Christ church aiding in the work. Mayor Henderson has returned to few of May is the period molsturc-Ktoaling winds. Plowed stub-! Purposes. Extensive tree and shrub- soon dries out. and shifts rapidly.! planting will he carried out, up- spring we had much soildrift. to-dale for children s sports and Taher canals ware filled, and j pastimes will be installed and tho plowed stubble land would suffer too. With a dry and winter, we have a very shallow moisture-bed, averag- ing 10 inches. The plowed soil. j improvements necessary for a com- re-establisued in the near future, we are unable to learn at present. HEAVY SNOWFALL AT RETLAW FRIDAY SCIENCE REVEALS that focxb that abound in I the bat promote I healthful growth. I ScotrsEmulsion at an aid to growth %A and strength should have a place in the diet of rnott children. ItwiJMS INDIGESTION (From Our Own Correspondent) j RETLAW, March Good day. Retlaw and vicinity had a veryj and cultivated, lies without growth, not yet sufliciently warmed up, and where seeding has been done here the seed often is blown out or shifted. plete play-ground and recreation space j heavy snowfall, whicb is very moist. laid off. 'sufficient to accommodate all The farmers are smiling, for it is much needed and the gvojind is ab- sorbing it very fast. Smoke ,___ the children of the town. The land is admirably situated for this purpose, a.s it is located off tho main street, near the xr-hool, but still in the resi- dential section, and convenient to all! frj jajftioftobacct .ection, is often the case, and the soil i Parts of the fmvn- riiSLvoa ''stuhbied VJLJLCAN FARMER GETS acquaintance, who has imbibed all the in the work. trary, compact. The stubble is a, cover riin Mvorst elements in the superficial Mayor Henderson haa returned to from winds Therefore, irrigate tiie J31W 'life Doria is only able to earn town aftcr a prolonged visit with his j first, tho running- water to accept! at Sarnm, OnL vRntini; drift, and the suu starti.ic I (l_. week and la tempted the questionable friendship of Mr. 1 Hnnd, a wealthy man-nbont-town. At point she meets Miss Brooks, ;i welfare worker who is engaged to marry a young farmer named Hart- Brooks is invited by Doris j to spend a fire days' at her f Did fy nil home. I Through the influence of MiKS j tiie .which tiolp to stop jintl will bt: kitJeil by the plow- j (From Our Own Con-espondcut) Mar. Bee- hive girls the Boy Scouts at the liarnwcH Hall last Monday night. Haying games was the mo in 1'eaturn of tiie entertain- ivhich light refreshmsnts j Brooks house in completely mo-jniyiit, after itemized. -All the latest tlovlc-os served by girls. Hiiving woman's labor aro secured liy i A large number of ladies Air. Field. AS a result uf this and the took advantage of the district con io be done later, the .weeds enni- quickly on account of the which itself will prevent the -drift. Ditching ou new-sown land will be avoided, and ditching in stv.bbltt he easier, while land .thus irrigated will have lur: advantage to start of both irrigation and natural rainfall. Tbo watering gives llm weed sends flueiicij of -Miss JJronks, Doris is d io the beauty ami dignity of Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum farm life. ATisg Brooks marries Hart- and they coma to live on n near- by farm. Dave Dalton, Doris" rejected. j I'aniiei'-luvfr, once mor'; [lays liis ad- tu her, ir; accepted as "one ol' nature's j is in three acts and was oh lamed i'nun Uie ilx- DlviHion of the University ot en tin; a-'ts and wliile (lie _.. ___day v.-'th 1 ten Ing. pi ced- ing, or rroirtiil lug Piles. No PILES _ Dr. Cbn-ie's Otntment -will relievo you at tad Afford benefit, eoo. a box: alt rfealers, or Ednuumn, A Co., Limited, I'oronto. Box I! 7011 and ns rivpn hy Tluilma Lock- iOd.'rson, Maijol Lillian Hi.shzy; u quartette by Mr. ami Mrs. .Calurr-n and Mr. and Mrs. .'I. L. Khrunim; a rttadini: Dorothy Filatova and ;i homily on "Confitlonce" liy II. A. Hujjgitt. The fact that she'married nnutficr man did not prevent a jury at Stan- ford, from nimlrnng a verdict Jn favor of Mrn. Timmas UaidiHK in her branch of promise suit IJndiay CoCCmtia, of the Alherta Women's In- stitute which was in session in Taber. A special meeting of the I.', F. A. was held Thursday niglit for the pur- pose of discussing matters pertaining to the purchasing of alfalfa seed. Mr. ami Mrs. (Mii-titer havo just rulum'Ml from, tin; States, where they have spent the winter niuntris. Poison In the system cause pains.V'i aches and stiffness. The poisons j tn quickly removed by the use ol i Dr. Chuio's Piiis. j One pill a 25c. a boi, j all dealen. Dr. Chafes (From Our Own OorrnGpondent) March transaction involving five sections nf land has recently been consummated 'between 0. F.1, Johnson, one of our most enter- prising young farmers, and Mr. pkyes of Arrlenode, whereby Mr. Johnson becomes the owner of four sot'.tioris of choice farm lands ill the Arclenode dis- trict. Mr. Johnson and family left week to taho possession of their iiowiy acquirod premisps. and the host H. i-haiu-p. onlv to fall later the j wishes "C their many friends here fol- piow. in the first two. or three them iu tnoir venture. in May, put on plenty of power ami plow thn fjuickly, killing the weeds, and with tho flow warm, mel- low soil, the seed nprouta ijuiekly and grows with the extra moist- ure provided hy tli'! e.'H'ly irnyatini; of the laud, while moistura at'jal- ing winds liave a voided, I ho (h'stroyed. and llu- crop :i atart which can-y it Ttu; ditcher are covered asuin hy the plowing grain itolils the soil. If a critical time should come in June or July, tljn njburvuir is in reserve for a second The crop can thus ho nut. the critical period nny the (ii.strirr. sup- ply, an atlvuiUiiKn held by irrigation districts having district reservoirh. l.uo extra supply to start, a-id a reserve supply, asks tho Taber secretary, can a crop fail to i ome through The main purpose of tho pe- tition is to see how many farmeiv. on' the canal are favorable to idoa. I've got most of the marbles in our block, and I wish I had all the POSTlOASTIES -says Superior Cdhi-Flakes Fried oystora on crisp lettuce malio delicious sandwich filling. Fit-Reform tailors are copyists. They originate styles, just as they make possible the greatest values in Canada at lowest prices. They also create confidence in Fit-Reform quality and workmanship by placing the Fit-Reform label in the pocket of every garment. Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire Lethbridge., _ ;