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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 18, 1U2U itth DAILY HKRALU PARK (From Our Own c MILK H1VER, May funeral of tho lato C. A. Hunt was held on Thursday.-May 4lh, at 3 at the family residence, which 'was vers largely attended. Hov. Preston, ot the aktng the matter up direct with the wstmas'.cr general, having preseuted Im with three largely signed peU- ions recently. In addition to this ho V. 0. T. and U. K. A., lha insur- ance men's society, the "wholesalers' society and several other bodies are acting. It is with the arrival of the new inspector ot offices ,t Ixilhurldeo the desired change will lo piil Into eft'jct. Tho Board of Trade afler the death ot Dr. Patterson of Bow Island at once endeavored to obtain the services ot resident doctor for this town and tiave succeeded, as last week Dr. H United church, officiated at the ser vices. The remains were laid to rest in the public cemetery. Tho yallbear era were 0. Lloyd Griffiths. Win. Mad den. Wiu. HeuiiiilngB. Frank Ellert, J P. Doherty J- Foley. Tho flora tributes were many and beautiful, a follows; Pillow, the family; wreaths United Church Guild. Mr. Wiu. llcon Ing. Mr.' Thompson, 0. M.' Craggtf, I. Dlcliniau, P. IX Lynch; anchor, Mi and Mrs. J. P. Uoherty; cross. Sir. an Mrs. G. N. Giles; wreath, tho Women' Institute; slar.: Mr. and Mrs. V. C. cut flowers, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jochem, Mr. and Mrs. Scarlet; sprays, Mr, and Mrs. Kred Backer, Spokane, Mr. and Sirs. K. .S. Lefflngwcll, Warner; Mr. aud Mrs. J. Helms. Lelhbrldge; Mr. aud Mrs. Heath. Lothbridgo; Mr. aud Mrs. D. Clcmls. Lethbridga; Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Grant, Barons; Mrs. McAdoo and Ever-Ready class. Mr. and Mrs. Tolley. Mr. aiid Mrs. H, L. Thompson, Mr. and Mra. C. Lloyd Griffiths, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.' Shea, Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Con- nell. Mr. and Mrs. J. Oberae. Mr. and Mrs. A, Ford, Mr. Win. Hennlng. Mr. and Sir's. B. C. Balnes. Mr. and Mrs. Hell. Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Smith, the Catholic Ladles' Aid, Mr.-and Mrs. F. Barlram, Long Sing and Long Bow, Mr. and Jlrs. D. Deery. Mr. and Mrs S. I. Harris Mr'., H N. Hecfcer and Geo. Stow art.-of'Lethhrldgc, were In town be Uveem trains' on Thursday to attend the funeral of tho lato C. A. Hunt. Mr. Bruco returned on Friday from a business to Calgary. Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Itoan, a daughter. j Mrs Becker and son Now I on, ot Lethbrldgo, -left for home on Monday after spending the week with hor mother, Mrs. C. A. Hunt. Miss Teresa Ellert entertained a number of her little friends on Mon- day afternoon 10 honor of her eighth birthday. Games were played and dainties woro served by Mrs. H., El lert, her mother, assisted by Mrs. Frank. The Catholic Ladles'. Aid are being entertained by Mrs. J. Veraoa Stcole on Wednesday afternoon, when elec- tion of officers -will lake nlace. Mrs. Geo.' Stewart and son Dyril leave on Tuesday for their home after spending the wp.ok with her mother, Mrs. C. A. Hunt. The, Women's Institute will not meet on the 10th of tho month, as intend- -cd. but-will'meet 0" 'he 9th of June Mrs. S. 1. Harris will be hos- tess. and son Donnle left em Tuesday for Lethbridge where sho, will; be the -Mrs. Geo. Crop Report Farmers are rushing.in tbelr'crop, working from daylight until dark. Tho average amount of wheat that Is in for most farmers 1s two hundred acres, and in somo places Is making a good showing above ground. With lols of moisture, farmers are looking forward to a good year. Delayed Correspondence MILK HTVER, May River today is mourning tho death of. Mr C. A. Hunt, one of-the first settlers In the .district, who was interested largely'In farming and was also the drat hotel Mr. Hunt's Ill- ness was short duration. Going Lethbrlnge on: Saturday for treat monl, an operation was necessary to appendicitis. Death claimed him Monday .morning, due to pleuro-pncu monla. His bocty is being sent to M1JK nircr Wednesday. Burial will tak place In the public cemelory on Thnrs day. Ho leaves to mourn his loss hi and four children, Mrs. H. N Becker, Lelhbrldgo; Mrs. Geo. Stew art, Lethbridgo; Thos. Hunt and Vei non Hunt. The sympathy of tho com munlty goes out to the sorrowln family. Mrs. H. N. Becker and son Newlon of Lethbrldge, Is with her mother Mra. C. A. Hunt. Ilev. Preston erected a basketbal rack on tho school grounds for th first aid girlfi on Friday last wllh th assistance of Mr. Crngge, and Is als organizing tho Hoy Scouts on Frlda night. Arbor Day was well observed by the school children cleaning up the school grounds and netting ready (or their gardens, as each pupil has a garden of his own. The teachers are taking spe- cial Interest In all wllh their pupils. One of the heaviest rains ot the season has fallen In tho last two nights. Mr. and Mra. Prnspor, Lcduc, are tho lyout! parents of a baby girl. Mr. Poole returned on Friday from an extended trip to LothbrHge. entertained Iho T'nll- Church Ladies' Aid last Friday nflernoon. The Catholic Ladles' Aid did not meet on Wednesday as Inlenilocl, bill will inept next Wednesday instead nl Ihc homo of Mrs. Steelo. C. Henderson from Manitoba opened an office hero and already )s fully en! ployed. In addition to this great as sot to the district tho firm Blalno and Co., druggists of Bow Island, have arranged to open a largo and well locked store In the building recently vacated by the S. B. Good Grocery Co. Farmers Bujy Farmers are few and Jar between In town Just now as all are hard at work making tho best of the excellent weather for seeding. It is estimated that at least 10 per cent ot the laad to be seeded with wheat Is already sown. As a great deal ol this was sumiaerfallow and has more moisture than (or many previous years an ex- cellent crop Is assured. C. P. R. Flowing Well 1 The 0. P. R. flowing well continues] to excite a greal deal of interest the travelling public. Sometimes at' uight the gas which arises from it is lighted, whkh has quite a pretty effect on a dark night; It is hoped the rail- way, company will soon make somo good use of this water whk-h at pres- ent Is mostly runnigg-to waste. There is a flow of twenty-five' gallons per minute. The farmers at last are well sup- plied with hay during tho week a atlng it willi a dance neit Friday. The local branch of tho G. W. V. A. Is-now well oh its feet. It has taken up several mailers ot Interest to the returned men. Last week feeling ran high at the uncalled for remarks ot Geu: McLean and tho action of the number of cars >rriyeji wero. pensions committee. The Dominion cold at prices virjfing from to secretary at Ottawa was informed