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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY G, 1920 TIE LSTHfiRUXiE DAILY PAGE NINE Carmangay Interested in Join' ing IJafons for Committee for This Met has put tho roads in bad shape. We'to Lelhbrldge for medical attention b.Micvo this is going to be a. year for umbrellas and raincoats, which baveu't much in fashion ibis last three years. Wo aro sorry to wpavt Mrs. Rishal la Ul In bed with lumbago. Her frlinde wish her a speedy recovery. The alar Qutn Bros, iave rented Mr. FarsvoHh's place and are having and little daughter it put iu crop. Mrs. Simon. Mexine are leaving for Lethbrldge the morning. Mrs. Salmon going tor her little baby girl which, has teen ailing for souie Mr. Art Yager, Croni Avalpn, was a visitor la town Saturday. Miss Lake, from Poindale, yraj a week-end' visitor in town. General Perishing kissed more than a score of pretty young Hatboa girls iu cue course of inspection of Pan- ama canal HCtivitlcs, afterward lire- seating them cup us a reward Jor war work. MAN OF 70 TO'WED GIRL OF 27; G.eorg; Allen, Philadelphia Mllllbn- aire, to Marry DausMeVs Chum. George AHerv, 6f whose 70 years have, HIM his hair with silver and, his hands with gold, fumbled In his pocSets aud blushed in contusion just-as you'd expect of u youug man of 20' whose bean ail- ment has but one- cure. Miss Lilian Krause, 27, dark of hair, with, smiling blue eyes, winsome figure and appealing voice, blushed, too, prid supposed they "might as well tell and, almost stammering in his embarrassment, Mr. Alten told the story of his ro- mance. He talked in th'e manor houso of the magnificent estate, Green Gables, at Spring N. which is one ot his bridal gifts to Mlrs who ia a daughter of Charles T. Krauss, a riding master of New York and Spring Like. Mr. Allen ea'd: "I suppose you might cull it love, at first'sight be- cause lovo at first s.lght Is tffective even at 70. This 'affair' ot purs, though, has lasted for almost live years, so 1 suppose we know our own hearts. 01 course I am 70, but f feel so youth'ul aud always have been so active that 1 cau't believe that I am so old." Mr. Allen Is millionaire owner ot the large George Allen, Inc., store, women's apparel, ot Philadelphia. Miss Hrauss has made some name for her- self as a choir singer and on'tUe con. JOFFRE VISITED SPAIN BARCELON'A, Spain, alay shal Joffre, who for the last 10 dsys has beVn visiting In Spain, left last night lor Paris, before his departure he attended a dinner given in his hon- or by Catalonlan journalists, and French newspapermen who are visit- ing here. cert stage. The marriage meets the full approv- al of both families. (From Our Own Correspondent) UAROXS, May Arthur Henchman, of Calgary, formerly ot this district, was vtsitingyin town on Tim: iday on his way out to his broth- Mr. Cut forth. Here ISf. A. Herschman expects to stay for some time. Mrs. B. Kuseo has re turned from Tutcan where sho spent a week or two visiting with her sister, Mrs. Scoblc. Mr. F. Priest returned ontAprll 28 friSm SlaVcly where ho had been for fiome days on a business visit. Jlr. G. Chdw was a visitor in Lcth. bridge on Thursday of last week. Mr. Thomas Is busy overhauling Mr. falffield's these days. Mi' of Iron Springs, purchased a seeder here last week. Thi" special nitoting of the Women's Institute, .which was to have been held la the -church" on Wednesday, May 5th, lias been postponed, owing lo.'tl'.o weather and the slate ot the Mrs. G. Chew gave a very happy little tea party to her Sunday School class on Thursday afternoon. There wiis a full attendance, there being sixteen in all. The chlldreij played Ka'niej for a brief while, after which i dainty refreshments were served. A pleasant .was enjoyed by all. A team consisting of Mrs. Smith and Messrs. DavisOD, Whiddiugton and Meyers, representing the. Lethbridgu Chess club, visited Uavons on Thurg ilay evening last for a contest with Jocal chess games played at II. May's resiJeuce, and're Bulled in an oven break. Mr. Myers winning from ill. A. C. Freeman anc Mri Davison froin Mrs. Freeman and Jlr. losing lo "Mr, Grit f iths' and Mrs. Smith-to H. May. Afler the contests -bridge was indulged in until time to catch the midnight train Mrs. Clarke entertaining Ui crowd to supper. It may be mcnlionei that Mr. reckoned to bo one ot the best iplay'crs on tho continent therefore Mr. A. C. Freeman Is to be congratulated on winning one- gamo out ot three from him. It. Rouse arrived in torn on Saturday to 'take up the. position in Merchant's Dank recently vacat ctl by Miss Bdulton. It will be remenr Mr. House, worked for some! timo at tho dspot last year, and later worked in tho bank to which he- has now returned. All are pleased to wel- combjnnv Suuse-- back to .town. .Miss D. Boulton returned to Lethbridge. Messrs. C.- W. IXjlk and J. P. Snyd- e- wore visitors in Darons oa Thurs- day, attending a committee meeting held In iho Interests of; irrigation. Tlieir interest in the project was ehown by.thelr-ehthusiasmiof tholippq (hat Carmangay will stand with Bar- ens .-the .matter.- of getting, water. However this will ie a week pr two when tia vote is taken. Miss Pearl Sherwood and Miss Eie Swanson -ivero .week end visitors in Calgarj-. annual meeting of the ladles' nid will be held hi an Tues- nflernooa1 at Tho reports of tho year's proceeding's will bo given, and the officers will take jilaco. A largo attendance'is request- Slip. La Bow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Priest arrived in Barons oa Saturday with her two daughters from Stavely. Mr. anil Mrs. LaBow and family will reside In the house form- erly occupied by Mr. and Mrs, J. GanEron. Citizens of this community nre ask- ud to note tho following change in trains through Barons on and after May 2nd, 1020: Southbound, !s'o. 644, 1.37 a.m., dally; No. 53S, 11.41 a.m., dally except Sunday; Northbound, No B13, 4.22 a.m., daily. No. 537, 5.42 p.m. dally except Sunday. .The Snndny School heicl Its annual meeting on Moilday night In i tho church when the reports for the year were presented by tho secretary. Re- ports showctl that at the beginning of the year there was .hand of Tho Income had been 313S.07; expenditure was llcnco a balance of would be la before us.-The enrolment showed: Land after paying a Email bill or two Officers and'teachers, 9; pupils, 60 hence total enrolment 64. After an ex l.ression of appreciation by thb past or of the work of the teachers for the year, the same officers and teachers Ivcre re-elected. The board fell tha the year had been ti good one and ..tha the outlook .wag most encouraging. A number of farmers aro busy s'eed iiig after iho storm. Some are no Trying special attention to the prep nrntion of the soil, hut feeling that i only moderate interest is given t such, lliero will bo heallhy result tilth all the moisture. Mr. (irnce, our school principal, ha. licon. under .the weather for tho pas week; but we aro all glad to know hi is much Improved. IFrtim Our Own CorreSDoniUnl) BTZIKOM, May aro havjn hico wealhcr again aHer last Frlda nml Saturday's Farmers will bo at worK again In full swin (Llxrat Thursday or Friday. Quito foil ot discing In stubble hero Is drme too, owing to the lalo spring The moisture Is down over two fee in (ho sod hero now. Mr. Oscar alley's many friends Etzlkom will lo pleased to hear iie i getting along nicely now after a scr dons attack of [uieinnonia. Mr. Slcoldcld, from wa wPBk-cnil vlallor In town last week Friday and Saturday's snowstorm Don't mar the pleasure of the picnic with a puncture or blow-out Be free of ordinary tire troubled by equipping your car with "Dominion Tires." are ___ ,i They Ixave the sturdy staunchness to withstand uneven roads, also the quality of materials and workmanship that make motoring a pleasure and long mileage a certainty. There are tread for every ske and make of car, for pleasure and business. Dominion Inner Tubes are made to fit all Dominion Tires, and ensure perfectly balanced tires, They have the and resiliency you want, Dominion Tire Accessories enable you to get many extra miles out of your tires by repairing the little cuts, holes and bruises yourself and thus prevent blow-outs, Dominion Tires are distributed to the trade through Dominion Rubber System Branches and sold throughout Canada by the best dealers, who also carry Dominion Inner the full line of Dominion Tire Accessories >M ;