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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THK LCTHBIHHGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY.. MAY o', RUE AIM International Coal and Coke Co. Making Provision to In- .crease Output. {From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAX. May was a regular exodus to the Old Country on Saturday evening. Mrs. Ous James. Mrs. Tom Bums, Mrs. Win. Kyle and Mr. Rushton all ]eH Colcman to visiVe was noticed on tho tipple in the forenoon, sparks from -ihe motor n ti.se having; sot fire to the wood- work surrounding It. Tre blaze be- :r.g in its infancy was promptly-put out. the- company having its own wa- ter was used to good effect Shortly after 12 o'clock.-how- ever, when the men were at lunch, nnother blaze, broke out. Thos. Me- Mahon, returning from luncli witti his smoke pouring from the tipple, .and at once raised .thei alarm. The woodwork was already blazing fiercely, and at-length the alarm was turned In to the town firo hall. Chief Faulds and some of tiie fire brigade happened to be near the fire hall, and .tie fire truck, a motor ve- hicle, Avas immediately run out, and headefl for the mine at top speed. The fire fighters arrived Just in time io prevent the blaze a very serious matter, the fire having run through the coal dust gathered on the outer machinery, as through gunpow- der. Chief Paulds took charge at once and instituted proper precautions to prevent the further spread of. the fire and -the company having good water [pressure and its oivn hose..the baize was soon brought under control, have I rand many new. members been enlisted, and spent three years over- sdded to the already large i-jeuiber- j Ou his ho took over his ehlp. '-The-liaka-are'iu-good shape. I duties ugaln. uud leaves tha work .with the promise that they will lie well [here with rccomuiendatlons from tho patronised this season. Tho nrst play cm ihe tennis court afternoon. Thomas Gaulhler, a prominent council. Next Sunday, May being Moth- ers' special services are being ar- ranged lu the various churches. The Hudson's Bay Co. here havo residing near Ardenville.. was an intltulUm to tne' to to Macleod Thursday. Ho savs the Uitsua the theatre Monrtav avealnr snow was and the roads are and the children Mondav 'afternoon very bad, but t.he moisture is one, the as Ot ,n6 best we have tad for years, and just _____- ;_____ C'hief After Ten Are Seeding. Our Own Correspoadent) MACLKOD, May hearts ot farmers and-all others hate been re- joiced, as vrhen they woke up Monday___..... morning the sua was up hefore them, had 'been do'no in other parts of and had prepared the land !n many Canada, and their work during the places lor. work. Practically all thei.war, aud the Interest uken by tor- snow had gone, and during the after-' elgn countries.' He appealed'to the what >e wanted. I. W. Wllllarison. qf Toronto, spoko la tho town hah Thtjrsday eveuing to a fair but the grcit subject of Urolherhood i move- ment. H6 gaije accounts of what Salt ;idded to water in which glasses are washed helps to brighten them. 1< ofteu happens that when a leuioa has been cut only halt is used. It U ft gcod plan to place the cut side downwards, or. a plate, and cover Kith a tumbler. This ex- cludes tho air, the lemon will keey freeh for 50010 time. The simplest method of removing crease stains Is the following: Place the stained part of the material be- tween two sheets of bloUIitg-paper and press with u hot Ircn. Sow more the paper so that a fresh piece coven stall) and press again. Repeat the pro- cess till.tho staltis disappear. noon several were able to go to work. Tuesday found many cultivating, har-i ro.wlng, and an odd one sowing, but Wednesday found almost everyone In: the Chinook valley out with their seed- ers. During the stormy weather they were busy hauling and cleaning their, grain, sad so now are ready for seed- Ing. With good weather this week nearly half the wheat will be sown. The Veterans held a dansant in their hall on Wednesday afternoon, which was well patronized. In the evening a regular dance was held, when a targe crowd attended, and a pleasant venlng was spent. Golf is the popular game this spring. The armature of the motor was day o- Tuesday o! the'ensuing week. side to the tipple on the south. This will necessitate crossing the road and the The only passenger boat c-ailwny track. an3 means a Kre.it north is Ihe steamer Xipawin. of tho i To renovate brown boots and bhots. amount of trestle work. The oierhead HOSE Navigation Company, plying front i jn Warm water- anil work as it crosses the road and rail-[ The Pas to the mine fields ot Alba- j sott SOap using a bard uail-b'-ush This -way will be supported on steel pillars papuskow anS Filn-Plon. and nil river remove all the old and dirty encased in cemont pedestals. The points, currying passengers, mail, work oi building is to be begun early jn the summer and when completed the north mine will be working lo Ca- pacity, and will mean an increase of 100 to 150 men employed. Houses to rent are at a premium right now. What will it lie in the fall? Mrs. Russel Ferguson paid a flying Tisit to Farnie on Friday. -Mr.'Fairburn of Piucher Creek is in town 'displaying his spring goods at W. store. Who saM football? Let a meeting bo called Boon and get the game go- Ing. ;Wo hare some splendid talent around Jor a Krst class team. Belle- vue h'as organized, Colemau neit. Mr.- Luke says he was on fondness at Macleod for the week-end. Enough said. Anniversary Service On Sunday the 25th. the cougrega- j 'tion of the Institutiorral Church lield its Htb. atmiversary sen-ices. The Sev. J. T. Ferguson. D.D.. superinten- dent of iSlissions, was the preacher for the occasion. At the. jnorning service, the Her. D. K. Allan, the pastor gave a short history or- the congregation. The church was- built in under the ministry ot the Rov. T. M. Murray, now Verachyole, Ont- He served the congregation faithfully and well I for nine years. 'The next minister was i tho Rev, D, 1A. Cameron, now professor] in uniTersfty at Edmonton. Mr. Cameron's ministry lasted only a few i months, as he In the 192nd battalion, early'in 1910. His succea-1 sor was the present pastor, tho Rev. j D. K. who c-ime to Coteman in .May 1916. '-Under his ministry the churcli has continued to prosper and till branches of church life arc intenss- ly active; When Mr. Allan camo the pr.yiug tcv.'aruS salary', f now it conlributfts to- wards [stipend Jl.oOO and has also in- creased its givings to the budget. Dr. Ferguson addressed the Sunday- school-in the afternoon, reminding the children of the splendid deeds o! our brave Canadians at.St. Jullen. For the evening service the church was filled ,to capacity. The choir rendered two most, accept- j Hbiy arid Ferguson delivered a; strong" and, stirring address. The fla-y was of greai help and en- j couragement and inspiraliun to the! congregation. Tho anntial ar.niversary supper was fierved in the church on uMonday. This Slipper increases in popularity and! was a huge SUCCORS. At eight a concert and lecture were given. Mr., Jas, Scott occupying the ciiair. A anost delightful concert was Given. each Item being heartily applauded. Ferguson then spoko on tliu unity of Canada. Tho, Dr. showed a rlnsr acquamlarrce with Canada's greatest proMcni. In a lecture that was replete with personal incident and good hu-[ mor, the andlence waa brought face to face with the deopoet need of our f time in our own need of getting together, slicking together.! holding our nationally high abovo all' parly slrite or ilitfcrencos. j The 'whole lecture was! a fitting cap Bkrae of tho wliore of tho arising press, and freight. Site is modern throughout, with stateroom accommo- dation for 30 people, and deck space accommodation for ss many more. HERE'S BRIEF STORY WITH REAL MORAL Oace tipon a time a pedes- trian was picked up by a po- liceman after being struck by an automobile. He was rushed' to the hospital in an 'ambu- lance. "Howdxl it he was aaked by tho surgeon who had remored several splinters from the patient's side. "Oh, It was all my fault." ha answered. "I ijtlst wallced. didn'i Ifjok and got what was coming to me." Mora] Look twice hulore crossing the To- ronto Giobe. -f- V. polish. Chief of Police Williams of-l.on don has been granted two months leave of owing to illness. fKIDNEYj or Good company on a journey makes the way teem ihorterj Dependable Partridge Tires should be your companions on ail your motor trips. They shorten the journey by allowing you to travel in from the annoyances, delays and expenses caused by tire troubles. Partridge Tires, loyal servants, serve you faithfully (TRAFFIC ON SASKATCHEWAN RIVER WILL BE HEAVY THE PAS. Man., Slay Iraf- flc on the Saskatchewan river at The Pas during the coming season givea tarly promise ot breaking nil records. There are millions of board feet of logs to come down from tho Carrot river for The Pas Lumber Company; Ihousands ot lies and large shipments pf ore. The Maady ore haul requires fro largest number of boats, and four people of the west to take up tho I movement. Ho also made an appeal j for aid for the Serbians, who had lost their all in tha war. All these contri- j butlous will go to thu head office In Toronto and from there used as may i be found best for tho benefit of those] In need. A committee was appointed j to investigate to tho formation of a branch, in Macleod. i Chief Lawson Resigns Chief Law-son, who has heen In I charge, of Macleod for eomo ten tendered his resignation to tho ctiun-1 cil, wlilch has been accepted, nud hei leaves for Fertile. B.C.. in a short time. When tho war broke out. he I THINK OF HOW MUCH YOU DEPEND ON YQUB BATTERY It Is one of Hie most vital features of your motoring, Ou It you depend for Ihe "whizz and whirrs" tbat starts your car, as well as for the brilliance of the lights marking your night path., for safety's It for nothing else you should Insist on STARTING LIGHTING It is quality in every Inch and ounce, embodying thirty-two yoirs' eipericnco In the manufacture of storage batteries for all ptirpojes, l-3ycry feature of it is thoroughly service proved ami; Its performance la backed up.by the reputation of Ihe largest maker'of atorajo balterivs in the world. "Exlde" Service will meet every need of every make of Btarting and lighting battery. 1; EXIDE SERVICE STATION J. D. THOMPSON 718 CLE Tl c r n It Bit pin "DUNLOP" MAKES BICYCLING POPULAR COME dealers say that the popularity of the Bicycle is exactly measured by the popularity of Dunlop Tires. That being the case, we predict 1920 will see the greatest sale of bicycles in modem times. After twenty-six years Dunlop Tires still have that hold on tire users which only one thing in all Tiredom could The Ability of a The to Star! Off Right and Right. DUNLOP TIRE RUBBER GOODS CO., Limited Head Office and Factories: TORONTO BRANCHES IN THE LEADING CITIES BISS ;