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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY HERAi.i> TUESDAY, MAY 11, BODYOEVKl IF Lost His Life Some Weeks Ago Crossing Ford Northeast of Onr Own TABEU, 31ay body of the Judsoo ranch employe drowned while crossing the ford near logelsoo Bros, fyrtu northeast of town, several weofca ngo. was found neap the farm of Draco Anderson, on tho river bottom, north of Purple Springs, about o'clock last evening, some Uoivn tic river from the scene of the accident, and near where the I'ox arid wheels ivero recoveikl sev- eral days ago. The TabPr poHcc ivere at once notified, and on tho arrival of Coustatlo Moriarily of the A. P. force u casket was ordered whidi arrived on the early morning train, and at four ing the Fair still more important, and iust as soon as ihls can he done the lirwtors will begin this practice. As ;o there being only one director then.1 are also UarmveU aud Kolllrtg Green and if uiorv ulireotois added at Tabcr, there bt1 additions all round, flnd tho diiwior- ate would tben become unwieldy." Courad punwsfts movtnK Ms electrical, shop into the building now occupied by T. Carr. as an undertak- ing purlcvr. PtereoD, oiwraxor at Kiup, is euilio? a few days visiting his son- in-law. S. H. McBride. The smiling face of C. H. Brooks, fonuerly one of our most attractive is apain to be eeeu in. the precincts the Veterans' club. At the Court of Revision held hero las: 'Monday, a few succeeded lu hav- ing their assessment cut down, but in most cases H reminded one of the cry, of tho -tonsorial artists, vhen they whisper in a dignified tone, "Next." The 'bKJdins for tbe land, consisting of alxnu 7S acres just oast of town, along the C.P.llL sold at auction on Saturday was cot spirited, on accouDt tho farmers In ihis eett-toa being all busy with the 1920 crop, J. B. Jett was tho successful bidder, and obtained the property at the sum of J50 ucre, or 43500 in all. This however, J400 heater than vars. The men also advocated ex- tension of 4ho merchant marine and the granting of government subsidies to private enterprise which -was will- ing to build this year. K. of P. hall, Nobleford. Be sure to reserve the date. The ladies' .AM -will meet on Thurs- day aiternooa nt the home of Mrs. Cranston. Tho executive'of the Women's In- stitute has outlined a program for the remainder otf tie year. They intend to study various Canadian authors, starting with Drummond. Ten minutes each day will bo spent on Canadian civics. Tho school children celebrated Aroor day on Friday on Tuesday last, end through tteir ef- forts the school grounds look' much tidier than before. There was a public meeting held in tbe office of the Noble Foundation limited last -week to discuss the School Fair. A committee was'elect- ed to work in conjunction with tho committee at Barons. So far, dona- tions and special prizes ha've toeefc given, amounting to about eighty dol- lars. The committee has good reason to ho gratified with Uie splendid re- sponse.of tho Nobleford-people. Kow lhat the 'flu ban has been lift- ed, anyone who wishes may obtain Lieutenant Governor from the church library. The AH bfjuse-hold plants are tlio better for on, occajdonal spraying. it ''Go to church Sunday." Many attended. The services were all well attended, and special music provided In ihe Presbyterian Sunday schools the by tho choirs. and Methodist special service-forms were used. .Tho school held their promotion program, when the, scholars from ihe primary department were promoted to the ssuior school. The superin- l, Mrs. J. s leaving Macl cod' In a few 'days; and her school presented her with a small toKe'a-oC remembrance at- the close of the pro- gram, .In. ibp. evening Rev. IV. A. Lewis preached io a large congrega- tion on Brother." iMrs. Fred Thurlas. Mrs. TV. Glllospie ami -Mrs. M.. [Martin left on Sunday night to visit tendent of the primary school -M-cIvflrcn, resigned, she i u-il] friends in England, rl ih Boy ficouts are on duty at the'library everj- Sunday morning, _ School has been starting nf this TVEck for tbe Crude VIII inipils. The pupils are showing a'splendid spirit of enthusiasm on the "home stretch for the exams. They are get- ting toward the end o! thdir. work and hone to finish in time so that June may be used entirely for review. 3J-. Depew is putting some improve- ments oa his house in the addition of] a sleeping porch at the east end. are glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. AVoodbury and infant son to town. Mr. Woodbtiry lived iu Letlibridge for several on despatch work with tho is the new station agent here." The Xoblelortf baseball club is miss- ing some good practice, weather. Man- ser McClafn might do well EVeryone who has a plot of laud has I the team at work.eveu irunttorms are been busy on it the 'past week making a garden. The Agricultural Society offer a prize for tho best'flower gar- den, ateo for vegetable gar- den, and Ihe best all round kept anl The past' had brought forth the grass so that stock are now able to get some feed on tho prairie, and not immediately available. MOTHER OF SIR ANDREW 'McPHAIL PASSES AWAY CHAllLOTTETOW.V, PJE. I., May William JlcPhail, S5, mother of Sir iAnJrew JlcPhail, died yester- day. William McPtiail, D. Sc., Winni- peg, is a son. EVERY MAN RECOGNIZES- the duty he owes to his wife and other members ot his family to see that each one of them is provided for his decease'as well as before, hut in many instances omits to make such arrangements as will ensure his and their affairs being properly managed after his demise. The appointment of this Company as Executor and Trustee under your Will, will safeguard and relieve them of duties which might prove onerous Io them. Interviews and correspondence inviled.' The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 Teach the Children to Save Habits are acquired early in Hfe. Children, who are taughtthevalueof money and the habit of saving, grw up into good business men and capable wdmen. Theeasiest-waytoteach children to save. Savin83 Account each child each is After a child has saved another dollar to make an additional deposit, he or she will have a better appre- ciation of just what a dollar standsfor, and bow much work andself-denialitrepresenta. MCRGHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF BRANCH, C ANAPA. Established 1884, R. J. DINNING, Manager a) Monarch openTuejday) Fiidayi. TO THE PUBLIC Vour Victory Txian Coupons due 1st May can ho cashed at Tlie Canadian Hank of Commerce or left on deposit in a Savings Account. Interest on Savings Accounts ia paid at the rate 3% P" Amuin. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHDRIDGK BRANCH, R. T. lirymncr, Manager. COASTWISE STRIKE SPREADS TO FISHING VESSELS .VANCOUVER. Jl.C., Slay coashviso shipping strike was report' this morning to liavo spread to fishing vessels, and it Is feared the entire fleets ol somo of the bigger concerns followiue this Industry will More Palatable Than Olive Oil The Sweetest Ol! from Apricots bo moored to their docks. Action by firemen' oa