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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1020 LEl'HBUIFJGE OMLY HERALD PAGE NINE Technical School for the Pass Is Talked Insti- tute Organized. der it the A.I'.P. inspector noticed how easily you could get a drink in 3 per cent, tut some- IhlQg much stronger. I Mr. Alex Cameron has left for hts tcreiton ranch, taking with him Ifls new stump puller. Mrs. U. K. Allan !eft on Tuesday's train, accompanied by Mrb. Andrew to attend the meetings of general council ot the Women's slotr.uy Society being held in Calgary tbls week. Thero la a serious talfc of a tech- nical school being built in the Pass iu the near future. The work ot Iho (From Our Own Correspondent) COLB.MAX, 'May was iuvadc-u on Tuesday by inspectors. Utah-more Accident Has No Ser ious Consequences, However. (From Our Own Correspondent! BLAIIlilORK. May K. undergone an operation on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Sirs. P. J. PJltolJ bless- ed with the arrival V! a son and neir. The Cooperatiro have removed their Urge stock to Ihe premises lately occupied by M. Itosse as a refreshment parlor. K. Lsicrte. inspector of scUools, was in town on 1 In passing over the wooden bridge ion State street Thursday morning the big motor lorry 'of the West Canadian I Collieries, Ltd., loaded with ushes, [broke through UIB bridge Just after 1 tho forepart was safely on terra-fir- jn OTndi .'.loctot- mst coiUmuallou c asses du Ing tho Pdst 1 luslon The Dwa tmVn't of i EducaTion IS making a commendable! __ effort to m tlon ot the various school boards, to The decorators at the H. C. church still or stills. mollstted and will have to be rebuilt. cation branch of the Department of Education, was here during tho week conferrlEjr with tho local school board regarding the location of a High school' that may be used for high school stu- dents of tho Pass. The different boards of the Pass will hold a confer- ence In the near future and will en- deavor to arrive at a suitable loca- tion. Considerable property Is being sold In Blalrmoro and district this spring and the outlook for the welfare of the town Is -much better than It has been for the last several months. Tho mines are working full time and soini now, and pay-days will soon be as common as ever. The. assessment notices are out both Th betwMB lhe Crown and A. Tho case etween tho Crown and A. S mng a m __ oisgiM is occupying considerable ,or lhe lowu anii ,ho sfhooi board. The eet too needs of. this dls. Iberia's "Tide outside the ticket win- time and Interest In ihe local cosrts. .different courts ot revision will sll in shopedKUh Iho co-opera- dow. was accused ot operating a lho near futurc. lion Ol lue yariuua tuiiuui w i i ut; iivvxnoivi., MI have something that will be utllizled! have finished their work and the in-; The local Veterans are .1 tl.. nrciiltCAC Itn cYand boys working around: terior of lho building greatly T their oa victoria street and: Early Sunday night thieves enter- b improved The artisis have will soon be In a position to operate a cd threo Gait dentist offices by the if the Women's Institute! been employed 4o rccolor tho wood-1 Pool room and will have reading and aid of skeleton key an, .own Waging ail the scales ot tho i has been organised in Coleman with i work in tho White Lunch. j recreation rooms the Mrs Us [frst vv Gldminl j CreCtinK a undsoiao -Miss B Baird isacting: cdger keep.! thirty women signed up as mem-! fence around his house and lot at the local branch of the Union nd stole merchants and seeing were getting 16or. to the lib. A remarkable recovery is reported the Bailk of Commerce had a visit ibers of this organization, from tuolr inspectors, to! Inspector Campbell's hint that see that the books were in eood shape i classes in domestic science might and that every cent was accounted for. i be taught along with other conllnua- H was a day of inspection. The classes neit winter will find a liefoie the Inspectors for the R.C.M.; large class already organized for this and A.P.P. had been in town, so purpose. that if wo had all their, reports we; The 101st anniversary of Oddfellow- could know how wo stood educallon-! ship was celebrated in a fitting man- ally, commercially and legally. Won-.ner by the lodges throughout the Pass. Oddfellows and Rebekahs from Bellcvue, Hlllcrost, Frank and Blair- more joined with tho lodge at Coleman and attended divine service in the In stllutional Church on Sunday after noon tho 9th of May. Over a hundrei marched to the church and took par in this special service. Bro. Rev. D MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Hank ot Canada during the absence! at St. Joseph's convent! at Tort a of Miss Shead. who is spending a boll- j Ham, of a nun who had been unable Second Street South. Thc continued wind today has been ollowed by a slight sprinkle this day with friends at Lethbridge. i for twelve months to walk owing to evening "Mr. Campbell, of the Technical Edu- a tubercular knee. Fill your caddy with LANKA In compliment to your friends, to do true justice to your 'hos- serve Lanka whjti you gather for tea. Each cup embodies the perfection of fla- vor achieved through skilled blending of Ceylon's finest growths. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada Accept "California" Syrup ot Pigs for Ills name California ou lhe package then you are 3liro yoiu- child Is having the best ami most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on eadi liottlc. You must say Advertisement, A LFRED H. EMERSON, owner of bis stock farm, who says Tanlac built him right up after having a. bad case of Flu, which 1 left him Iri awful bad shape. Says Tanlac is only medicine that help- ed, him. 'iii: .-'r..- K. Allan save an impressive discourse on "What do I Glory It was i practical talk oil the glorious nrln- .iplcs of Oddfellowship emphasizing he fact that they arc not opinious ut principle and therefore should rule our lives. Bro. Harold Houghton rendered Henry Irvings' last words iu olo form, beautiful and well. Mr. Frank Graham Is changing the whole interior of the (Jraham block.' Tho post office Is to be removed to :ho corner ot the block. This moans he removal of the shoemaker and the storo occupied by "Dob" the tailor. It -.viil make- a suitable site for the post office and provide-more accommodation. The main floor will be occupied by a pool room and barber- shop. Since Mr, McKecn Hunter has got notice to o.uit out ot his present riuartcrs, it. is hoped he may. continue in lho pool room business and-lake over those new premises. Gra- ham lias been selling off all his sta- tionery and effects and hopes at last to have a much needed rest. Mr. Gra- ham is one of the old-timers of Cole- man and much respected by all who know him and'all wish him success in his new ventuio. I.tisy Summer Season's Run and More Miners Seed Blown Out "i have taken only one boltlo of Tanlac, but it has done mo more good thin'all tlio other medicines I have taken put together." snld A. It. Bmer- (From Our Own Correspondent) TABKlt. May coal situa- tion has brightened up considerably in the past few Tho Canada West Is signing on every available inau, and tho Regal began operations while tho Hock Springs Is ox- pecied to start in a day or two. These arc the three big mines in the dis- trict, and tho unwonted activity duo to the string of real orders pouring in, is said to be only tho prelude to an all-summer demand. TJeporta of the tricks playep by Hie high wind of Monday are beginning to circulate. Xohlc ranch employees in town state that a freight car was blown off tho track between Noble- ford and Kipp, where the lino is at right angles to the wind. Nothing so strenuous occurred here, but a few freaks might he mentioned. A 23 volt transformer polo near the Canada West power houso was blown down, and for thofirst time in the history ritsn he called at Ouppy's Driig the mine, worked ceased owing to Store, Portland, Me., tho other day. Mr. Emerson lives near West Scar- boro where ho owns and oper- ates one of the largest stock farms in that section oC lho country. "After 1 got un from the flu last winter I was in mighty bad he continued. "I was not only .in weakened, debilitated, condition, tat 1 also suffered awfully with Indigestion. >Iy stomach was so weak 1 could hardly digest anything and couW bardly lioav the sight of food, much less eat anything. As I was not able to eat any nourishing fowl I kept, gel- ling worss and worse and I was bad- Jy discouraged over my condition as it looked like I would ncvon get my strength back again. My nerves were nil upset and my sleep was broken and irregular: I felt tired ami1 worn out from1 moaning until n'ight am r.onld hardly drag] one foot after lho other. 'T Look many different) ot medicine but nolhing did mo 3. par- itcio 01! good limit i bojaii taking Taniac. 1} 'fiafd liavo token only one bottle, tmt it has made RTith a remarkable change fn my con dftton I feel like a different person altogUiier. My appetite Is splendid now and I can cat anything 1 wan and as much as T want without thi slightest touch of Indigestion. M; strength and energy have returnee 1 sleep sound and get up in the mom Ings feeling ready for a big day' work, Tanlac has put me back o my feet and evorybody certain! ;ought to know about Ibis medicine." Tiuilac Li sold In Jycthbridgo by -lohn IX Hlginbolham fc Co.: in Coal by Diamond Drug t, Stationery (Store, and In 'Warner by Mrs. ?f. nor wind, the tipple platform bccom- ng too dangerous for hoisting. A clopbonc pole- on. Cousins Ave., south f the depot was bent to an angle ofl 5 degrees, and u tank and some signs were blown over. Other like cases ccurred farther out, and tlio lights lad to bo turned on in some business ilaces. cAJthoHgU acres wero rc- lorlcd blown out near ir no reports of damage arc coming u so far. H would appear, also, that he farmers did not allow the storm o stop seeding operations for long1, and that the dunt blanket laid down will still further prevent drying out n case o( hot while the wind al present suggests tho oppo- !to. A meeting of, the hospital copimit- tee, business men, miners and Vels was held In the Vets' hall last night lo arrange for a big day of snorts on Victoria Day. Details of Hie program will ho announced later. Two ban- ners will bo hung on business streets rawing Hilnulion io iho celebration. Archie Howes of TJowes Ltros., north ot the river, just escaped a hospital slego a week ago, while drjlllng willi eight horses and two drills. One of tho horses became frightened at an engine, ond the team bolted. Mr. Bowes had the presence of. mind to keep hold ot the reins, otherwise he would have been thrown under the disks. As it was he was dragged z dlslanco of two hundred yards or so, but managed at length to milet the frighlcned unimals, although) -badly shaken up In the struggle. The Rex theatre presented a para- dox this week, fn showing the Icm- pcrancn picture, "The Six Cel- on lhe screen, advertising it hy A bar-room display of six bottles of Al- NAVY CUT (CAR ES 18 cents per package T-tio for 35 cents The Leading Cigarette of tKe British Empire HIGHEST IN QUALITY FRAGRANT AND SATISFYING THE SMOOTHEST OF CIGARETTES TKat is men prefer PLAYER'S Mm to-dou ;