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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE USTHBhUXJK DAILY HKHALIJ FRIDAY, MAY 2R, 1020 THE HOUSING PROBLEM Great Deal of Trouble and Ex- pense Caused by Well ing Hugged i Our Oiiu CoiTespondetU) iJay Bailies, formerly Island but now of} CraigimLe Client a few days here tm business last week. He made the by motor. Rev. V. M. Gilbert anil Mr. Howard Murray made a trip to the Ktiikoiu district vi'here .Mr Murray's farm is situated. M. and Mr. Stirred of were business visitors iu town On Thursday of last woefc. Miss Cinther of Sunny S. D. had u visit from her sUier over the holidays. Miss Mcl-arca aud .Miss Kulion Lad as their house guests last week, Mr? Giulher and little daughter of Medicine Hat. Miss Malbcrry of "I'eutrat11 spent the week-end at home iit Medicine Hat '.Mr. B. Pj'.erdon loft ou Saturday afternoon for his burnt1 m LuselanJ, Sask. Miss Hoie Hurlburt tuis acccuied a position in Mr. T. H. drug store. Mr. T. H. Huiuo, is opening up a store iu LJunleit. Since JJurduti has a doctor (Dr, Henderson) Iorated Inert, it is a splendid opening for a druggist, toe -Mrs. U. of Suiuiyuieaile i.H here vriUi IRT muliier, Mrs. Hurloun who, we regret to report, is wi'U liaJ been plug- ged by sdiuo person or un- known. This .has irauml -a srt'at deal uf trjufole anu J-> it is neces- I sary lliai il'e material thai was put i ''ow'1 P'UK d't-' wi-lJ has to Le taken Mitured i uut jfn can rut the new pipe Purt of thf obstruction has iK-eti removed. now have the use of the gas the men arc not working r.t ihe well. Certainly the people of Bovr Island npnreclato the gas aa never before. t________ Mr. S. Y. Hurst has his stock j of drugs to Mr. T. it. Blame, while j slight to Incalculable Are Re- IJateman I3ros. have taken over his; n ,iM _ Rtack of candy, tobacco, etc. j Seed- Tho building recently occupied by j ing Practically Completed STRIKE IS ENDED _._____ VANCOUVER. H.C.. May 27. strike of dcdiliauds, (Ire- men and oilers. In progress here since the first of the month, is ended. When you want genuine Worcestershire Sauce Ask for it by nume: Lea produced 80 years and never yet approached in quality, Savor and goodness. BRICKS! We can now deliver common brick of good shape, color aod quality In ,car Ms or L.C.L, Prices are reasonable and'Immediate delivery can be Write for quotations and samples. LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO.V LTD. W'SECONO AVE. SOUTH HIGlNBOTHAM'Bi-OCK '1 PHONE 1412- C. G. E. MACHINISTS VOTE TO RETURN TO WORK have returned to iheir home in S. Y. Hurst has been rented hy PETEHBOUO, Out. May of the Canadian General Electric Company, who have out on strike for Ibo last two weeks, yes- Messrs. Prowre anil Lyons of Taber i terday voted unanimously io return to I will be used as a law tifiice. FIEG1NA. May high work, provided that the company Mr. McCrue was a Irfthhndge visi-' tor last week. Mrs. McLair.e, Medicine Hal, had a display of spring in thu _ spring Globe store tbu latter v The. ladles' Aid of All Church met at the home of Mrs. K. puffy last Thursday afternoon. To- inorrow the Aid will meet with Mrs. A. Hobson. 'United Church Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Fred Henderson last Thursday afternoon. 'Mrs. Elmer Still. Fresi-. dent for this year, had charge ot the meeting which was given over chiefiy .Mr. Kd, Thompson has moved into Mr. Vv, J. Oliver's house on Herber St. The rain of yesterday was welcomed cry iu Uiu bv as (or ,iay5 ttle air bad ijeen fuH pan of the Of dust particle. port issued, by the statistics of Bow Island Is going to have the i the provincial department of agricul- Chautauqua again this year. The] ture today. l Cadillac ami Clares- to 10th inclusive...... winds of last week touched practical-' consent to an adjustment by the con- ly the ivhoic of the province, causing ciliation hoard which has been author- from "slight" io ''incalculable" dam-' Jzcd by the. minister of Jabor. The to early crops, according to a agree to abide by the board's in ihe cogs tho opera to the appointing of committees and arranging for this year's work. After Ihe business was over the hostess, ap-j sisted by her daugtiter, Mr. J, Hender- son of Lethbridge, served a dainty lunch. Bow Island High school basketball team went Io Hurdett last Friday to I play the High school team there. A, statement of the Bank high score was made by the Bunlett shows the. following dates are .Inly Mr. Lew Hurlburt of Cannangay ar- rived in town this evening. Dr. Henderson of llurdett was in town today. _ ._.... ___ __________ Mr- ifenn- lionsley's littlf! girl met! daniiigo to and "Today with a [mlnfill accident today. finishes what the first three ilaya was following behind the seeder and (left." "A five per cent, loss by wind by .some means got a finger caught1' holme had the "worst wind storms In the, history of the and re- ports possible 20 per cent, damage. Sceptre reports thai "four clays of high winds have caused incalculable. which necessitated its Dr. Henderson perform- BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT LOXDOX. May weekly ,tearn, while How Island-team did not mske a point. Hut the girls' repoit a good time even though defeated. Quite a nnmbor of How Island young people attended the dancn in Burdett that night. The U.F.A. "and IJ.F.AV.A. meeting in the Resl room on Saturday rright. Tito tea given by the Women's .Mis- sionary Society in the Rest room last Saturday afternoon was quitu a suc- cess. A splendid lunch TV as served by Uie lidles in charge. Unipire Day, Sunday was ob- served in St. Andrew's rliurcli. Thy entire service of songs and tue ser- mon were of a patriotic nature, The Hoy Sccnits wont on a liike on pouuds sterling: of England changes, in Tbtal reserves decreased COO.OOO. rErcnlaUon increased aSSjQOO. Hut If on decreased 17.1-50. Othei' securities decreased Ptiblfc deposits decroastd Other deposits decreased .Notes reserve decreases Government securities Tho proportion of the brink's reserve iu liabilities is JC.50 per cent.; hist iveek it was 16.-JD per cent. Hato of discount, 7 per cent findings: is Oxbow and Other points report more or less drift- ing. Wheat seeding is practically- com-1 pleted in tiie province, according to the report, and a of ttie crop is already above ground. Sev- eral points in the southern part of the The ORIGINAL and Genuine Worcestershire C..P. A. MEETS JUNE province report rain needed, although the moisture situation generally ap- pears to be satisfactory. There has been no damage from grasshoppers or" other insects to date. Practically no damage has been .to crops by the heavy winds of the last, few flays in the territory served ihronghoui the southern part ofj Ilic province by the Orand Trunk Uccreasedi railway. I Wheat seeding is reported complet-j ed in all districts and SO per seeding of oats and barley is now flh-f This is the general summary' of reports received' today by A.S JEusKcll, commercial agent of the Grand Trunk Pacific at Itegina. 3 You Will Feel Like Eating :Wlieii you sec our menu card, and ba hungry when (he food ia served. You will Hfce our Epeclal dishes. ROUND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST FARES VANCOUVER VICTORIA ON SALE MAY 15TH TO SEPTEMBER 30TH, INCLUSIVE FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31ST, 1920. STOPOVERS ALLOWED TRY THE "Trans Exclusive Sleeping Car Train For Information Apply: J. GORDON, Ticket Agent PHONE 512 Victoria Day. Itow celebration that day. Island held no A dance in the l.O.O.F. hall al night. Wlien Mr. Wright anil his assistants to work at the gas well sotne TORONTO, May Canadian Press Association will hold its sixty-! serum! annual meeting In this city oni .lime 3 and 4. Nearly 200 publishers! of weekly ntivspapers are expected to he present. SHAKES THE BRANCHES AND GETS MESS OF PERCH FOR BREAKFAST POSTUH A B1VCRAOC Actual Experience leaches thai ___ coffee is often harm- ful lo heallh because of Ihe caffeine' which il contains. INSTANTPOSTUM is free from aII harm- ful substances. It is a delicious cereal bev- erage with a coffee like flavor. Try a tin from the grocer. Canadian Postiitn Cereal Co, Ltd., Windsor. Ont NKWTOX, Slacker, famous Itoni end to end of Ilk- any Mountains as the "best guide in Sussex county, walked into thu oiticu oi 1.ion's Head Inn on Dove Island to- day and towered to the floor a bushel basVuit filled to overflowing with the catch of perch ever seen in ihosro parts. "Didn't have not lino; didn't have no bait: didn't have no tiawtlimV' said Mr. Slacker. "I was jifst rowin around S warts-.! wood I-ikc liefiiic breakfast, when I coined mi ngain' thorn willows on the I l''hif. Tlie lakn is higher than I ever 1 it. anil them willows {H bonded riglit over into the water, ami I'll he i doggonutl if lirnntti wasn't crowded with perch. 1 "I hurried to camp for this brisket, raced hack io the P'iiu. liehl the bitHkct. phonh (he bninches, xnd hero we I ruiilrt Hllfrt twenty j Mr. K Iu cker dnirch, a n eld r r in ih t; FOR SALE G A R LOTS IN LETHBRIDGE AND OTHER POINTS at PER TON, F.O.B. LETHBRIDGE FOR INFORMATION, J. A. WEIR BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING PHONE 1012 OR DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, EDMONTON HA i L! commercial world is organized. Are we? Wo ore; Init we liavo not taken advantage ot our organizations. hai'c been Inrtitfercnt, and that is, the reason lhat the farmers are being dictated to by other organizations? Now isn't it time we get together and stand brick of our organizations? We realize it la1. Then let us mahe.nn bur minds riglit now to place our insurance with the FARMERS' FIRE 4. HAIL INSURANCE CO., which is owned and controlled by the fnrniera o( Western Canada. REPRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSAL AGENCIES SUITE 5, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 455 PELTS HIDES, HORSE HAIR, RAW FURS, WOOL, TALLOW YOU WILL RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR YOUR GOODS BY SHIPPING TO A RELIABLE FIRM. THE LARGEST DEALERS IN THE WEST A. CARRUTHERS Co. Ltd. P.O. BOX 37 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 595 1251 SECOND AVE. S. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT PRINCE ALBERT TAX RATE ITtt.VrtO ALrtUKT, Sask., Mny j Tlio 'ax rntc fur this Ijji's been nt 4J mills for jinhlic sup- i jmrtt-ra ;md 11 fur .separate i ii< Triiico Albert is priihnbly Ihe only Oaiuvla j I tlie school rate is Jowcr than; i that of the jitiblip schools. WINDSOR APPOINTS WOMAN CITY CLERK )lt. Out.. May .Mis.-; Murthii Dirkiiwon last cily clrrk, :il a halnry nf ii'.'JUv) a year, for iho pnnt svr-n- con.-iilorcrl. Dickhisnn will IK- tin- f'.turKlimi rhi.-j oUicf. i i Annual Meeting AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS G. W. V. A. Next Sunday, May 30th AT 3.00 PiM. IN G. W.'V. A. CLUB ROOMS Ali Members Are Requested To Be Present. HOW MUCH MONEY CAN YOU GET? FOR YOUR HIDES, PELTS AND FURS. WYMAN CAN TELL YOU And will pay vou the maximum and advise you retjafdlnp Hie market. Ccrrecpondsnce and inquiries Invited. A. CO. 3M SIXTH STREET SOUTH LETHBF1IDGE PHONE 412 ;