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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Y. MAY ;to, any Case Kemuncled Till Analysis'w School Trus- i Ice Monday (Kroin Our Own CorrejpondfnM BOW May 2S-ir-Mr. Bra'lQTT of the A. P. Information thai liquor IVBS being iQHdo by a party souUiweal ul fiurrteil secured a search warrant auJ weal to C. place, where he found two kess, one of which iras ivbeal [bat had Luen sUrteil and Iho oilier hfg with raislos ID 11. TLo A. P. P was unable lo tocato any of (too fln- Islip'l jH-mJucU- IIUL ho brought ihe nsiui ami Iho two kces back to ItlanJ'and arraigned him before tho magistrates who Nave asked (or analy ils or tbe wcl goods aiM when Llio 1 report comes Lack the will Klvo Ihetr decision. In (lie mean- lime C, Young "ut- hU ovii ball. Mr. ttulpli rStone. Ijn3 sold out his ronleuilonery. business ami Ice cream Jlrbwuliig.- l Mr. ADI) "Mrs. Sionn will Uko'up [iielr residenru in Iho "Mame" I-oib- rid go Avenue. Winders land lliat Mr. Inleiids lo open uj> a balcery here loo. iu conneciiun wlili his oilier buslaeaa. Tbe ladlos1 aid of Iho United church met n-ILli Mrs. (Rev.) V. Gilljcrt, at Ine on Thursday aHerucon ol laRl week. II waa derided ItiaL Iho "Afrt" would, huld a pantry sale lu the Heat Itooiu oil Saturday alleruoon, 3lsl. The neil nifiBllng or Ihl3 f soclcly ivlll be al Lhe homo of Mrs. Hchouert on Juiin 5lu. On Monday, May ZGlli. ralepnycra ol (his school disirlcl ivere called upon to nooiinalc Tor :i trustee Lo fll) Ihc ;y caused by Hie resignation ol Jl. DJaliie anil A. Ewenuuuispn were iUo men nominated. M on Jay, Juno the election WflH be held. Ue sure lp register your vote. 'lliu.l-iiillea' Allar HtH'iely ol St. MlcliaelV church ihtt al tbe bomo ol Mrd. McKoima' Thursday aflor- D.CHUI. i J i; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hurd nlio went lo Alexander, N, D-, ou a irlu returned, by motor on Wednesday or last Ure.'.GribEby motored to l.elhbridgc lasl Friday with Medlchie IlaL friends returning on TuusJay allertioon. J.. ri. Agar, who has been spend- I up a low''days v.llli Mr. tmd Mra. Mack oa Ihe (arnJ, returned lo Tiber ou Monday. .Mrs. S. Hall spent Ibe holiday in Calfiary. Miss 0HberI baa been spending (ho liast lew days wllb frleuds In town. Mr. aud Mrs. J. Darllug anil baby canio up from tho on Saturday lo speud tbo week-end with friends. Mr. and Mn. J. Casloy ot Eliikooi were in town over Hie holiday. Mr. F. Suklon ot Kellaw wlih Uon- ald and Carlyla wore spending tb holiday and week-end wtlb frleuils al Mr. U risileJ ir-lli Jila parents over tho week-end ,111s mother accompanied him when lie returned home. Mr. T. II. llUJoe Is business vial tor In Calgary. Her. V. M. Gilbert and Mr. A. C. us self- were In Medlclae Hal lasl ririay altcndinf; iho-dlairlct incel of the Methodist church. Hev. A. Rk'lmrJs ot Medicino Hal sjient (he 24lh bcre, he LavJny come LJI> wilh the WasblnglGG Boy Scouia, Mr. unil Mrs. J. n. Shearer of Mttpla Creelt were guoslB ot Mr. Shearer's parents over Hie weeV-eufl. Mr. Mrs. J. Begulu spent the "4Ui ot -May hore. Mr. flesuln pitched ball lor the foremost ball leain. Mr. nobt. Whito of Calgary, was In !own yesterJay, >fay 27lh. Mr. nad Mrs, S. Y. Hurst arc Tlal- lors In Tober May 25ln, UefecLlve wiring caused a fire al Fred Saga's garaee, Fine District Would Like Some Soldier Look Good 29lh, a large attendance Is anllcliia Miss Hanson, daughter of Mr, sod Mru. li. ,'Ieasoa Is very JJl wltli lung trouble, being neeesiary lo call Dr PiLtorson of Dow Island twico Ihla week- Mr. Valerian has fully reeor ered from hia injuric3 received by a Vicli from -A horse. Mr. Itotti, brother In lair of Pele Schullfc, purchased the halt section o Hudson Hay land of Glee Echo Ho arrived hera .Monday nigh irHh Ills Iraclor and boute alrfftil) Surprising his neUhboura nex ruornlnR by the slghl of a new Louae which had sprung up during the nl Mr, and Mrs. George Wares wero visilors al Mr. D. Carlson's Sunday. Mr. A. Crinkle was a vlallor in WJnnilreJ Saturday. Mr. I'- Carlson moved his Iraclo: THE DAILY HERALD Mclvenjoo'a wlii-re he UK- Mr, TruTDan KolU is in receipt of a uer from bruiht-r Knnls, who ent overseas In 19IC and al pieficnl bid loarrfagi1 blch Wfs to''uhe I'taco in I n Mi) Mr. Koutls is well kuowu i Ibe district, liuvfcig at cine llaiv irmed be re. May 24ih jtaaacd off nnietly btre. he tarmera are tot> limy harroivtng iDfr Kbeat lo flgbt Hie ibis- es, lo celebrate A good din would not come bul tbe rain atlU looks food prospects nc so far. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk were vis- oru al Ihe1 home of Mr. [Ul Wares uuday. Tom I'rowBc sptnl Hie we alt end In ow Island, reluming Monday. Sir. and MK. Louie Carbon fnoior- d lo Monday1. Mr. AV. Packer of Winulfivd was a isitor al Prosjiy Saturday. Vour correapondtut has been askpti >y several lo Jos niiiuls of re- uriicd Eoldiors ihat ilir-rc- Li some ood vacant, land fa ihis cuaimuDUj-- MONAKAN AT WILLARD'S CAMP TOLKDO, Ohio. May loiiahan, who >rirring part- ler for Jess Wfllard wliun iho cliaiu- lion (ought Jack Johtisuu ai Havana. ias betn granted a fur.'ciugli fram (lie navy and will report be re to join S'Lllard's camp neit. wfif-k. according o a message rccolvepl (nil-ay by Jtzy O. Archer, business tiiytiager of iho PACE NINE fijttest summers dy What OilPull Oil Cooling Means Oil cooKntf La an exclusive OllPtOl lure Hint Is of tho value to the OUPull own-. or. In do sprung the OtlPuJl line of tractors to cooled by oil Instead of water. engineers have abaoluUly eUmtnaled all pouIbOf- cooling IroubJes, 1 To fully appreciate Ihe lull eel vantages ol tho OU- Pull oil cooling svalem. let us maKe some sona. You of water coollng-now leaxn Iho advantages ot oil coolmtf, Ojf daai not in no boiling in the hottest OUPuItotl cvolirgmyttom indefinitely Without refitting, Water evaporates ctuJcUJyand raouirM rcplBcoment.' Oil doet no I free re in thqcoldobt then no need of ever draining the OUPull ndJ'lior. Water In cold wealher-Uie radiator raual drained daUy or brohen parts result Oj7 does not depowit or PuU circulating system is alwaya open. Water boils easily, produces and up Iho radiator and chculaUnS doom not mtt the tyaiem, pwtm it of OilPuU fj im aalf- lubricating. circulallntf The QUPuIl nil coch'ff aytlem automatically keeps the motor at the right iempwrmture at 'mil warm for law from htJf load up fo full load. harder QHPutt cooler jr runs, Water coolad traders holtar u UM lottd The OilPuUail eoeltngaywlem m CMJ- fan nolotipower no belt ttoablet, Cooitntf tons consume power and a Ol cons IAH t annoyance and trouble, 1 But oil coollntf U only of special proved a'lvanlatfn of Uw OilPuU Iractor. patfe calAlotf devolad exclusively lo OUPuQ-Hta desLdn, construction and operation. 7he Rumely OJlPulJ can now be had In four 16-30. 20-40 and 3O-GO H. P.-aU HirtdT ard fn doMtfn and a on burning, ou cooled ouUL Where 9TiaU your copy of the OUPuU (From Our Own Mar erops look very heallhy. In a few fields of grala the weeds are unwelcome vis- itors. However (he shower? continuing will give the grain great opporiunky to beat the Miss Ura.ce Urady liai a> her visi- tors a CQUJID and also a Iriend Irani Dow UUud, i Mr. T. II. Wyman made ;L busmi-ss trip lo Cqatdalo lasi Wednesday. 3Jr Harry Brady, a war veteran.} baa returnod from KraDte. Before en- listing Lu was a rfcsWem in this com- oiunliy. therefore be is well knowii to all old limera. WliiUt in France nioru Iban I wo yeari. he wia prc-jervcd froni Kouadji whllsi aliacfe- lug the enemy. Mr. Jim Lcllarr, baa beoii in the hospital for more Ifaan throe weelts, sufferlns from a Irai-iured fuoi. lias returned lleporia are thai he Is doing well. Jlev. A. Hell of Ixiuiond was a visi- lor al ihe parsonage on Friday after- noon. Mr. iind Mrs. Piko and Mr. P. Tickler were in attendance at the dis- trict meeting on Thursday lasl. Tha annual congregational meeting ot Iron Springs drciilt waa held in i Oio sruool house ou Friday last It', wae divided IiiLu tbrcc parti. Devot- ional, business and social. Sflloudid R-portu were given ot Hip organ- latloni of ihe rlrcult. aficr whii-h It. iiosciinworth gave (lie of the evening. He chewed UJR suprera- ary of tba church over all orginlzi-L Uoni In the nation. Wfthoui the' church and Hi Influx wen wouM which lose their In malerlallsm. i W1're WMlern (jflicetli' i i board troops as fol- >fajor n VI- I I 0. I Li irtr, Duck Mjn. V. Black, Candle. Sast.; i. Itfijie, no aiMrlEs; Major A. K. Connelly, r.y adilress; J. A. Gric-i. Mirlcod. .AKa.: I.IeuC. C. address; 0. H. I'alKary: ('apt. F. N. llarvi-y. Miit'eml. Alia.; l.ieut. For- is'cr. Lake. Sask.; ('apt. J. T. Alivorjd. (SraniJ Turks. H.C.; Ucut. I J. McHmlsh. Wallidcliln, B.C.; l.leul. i A. CaU-.iry: l.lrul. J. N. Don- _____ ___ ,-jr.lncll. lie Wlnloii: I.ieui. W. Wright, iniEsiou tor Ihe passage o( Moilcen! Siei-na H.C.: I.icut. O. iroups ilirougli American ttm'lorv-j StranK. Ki'Ioima. II.C.; SuTiSng Sis- will Lt BlihhelJ for Ihe present, ilei-iiir Hakor. anj Nursing kr> Iia4 permlisio.i to move S'.stfr Spiiniieu. Victoria, D.C. [roni Agua to Juarez; for oiJer.-ctoins ajatast Villa. EOY DROWNED WHILE FISHING May Carrama has leeu uol'Iiod by Slater lhai pe A Chicago bank otters Jl [or cacll DAHUN'G. Om., May Gordon baby liorn in its Dcishburhood. I Trull, aged IS, was drmvned :n Lake I Ontario on evening KJwurU Toilil. onn uf Hie earliest! fishing trom a punl wilii two compan- businessmen ot Given Smir.J. ilird thi? [Him uniting. oilier Florida. tivo escipcil. ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESHER CO, loc. h4ui olar J. H. LAW, 626, .5th St., LETHBRIDGE, Phone: i List of Rumely Dealers in Lethbridge and AND Allen Jack, Pick Beguin, Foremost T, Wride, J. Billinginier, Taber C.' A. Ferguson, Cai'dslon Geo. W. Moi'lon, and Underdahl, TliT 1 C. Buchring, W. J. Quinn, Milk and Fawcelt, Burdett Mercanlilc Swennumson, Hat Benny, .Irvine NORTH AND L, C, Co., Foole, Pincher A. Mclnlyre, McDonald, Madebd H. C. Morrison, Cowley Dan Ulrich, Anderson, 'Grantim .jV.--' Ulrich, Travers _ 'Makes a good car better imptelt i mn J ofAfr fa I From Field Direct tb User The best crude oil and careful terming makes Imperial Polarinc a perfect lubricant, and ImiKrial Distribution makes it easy to get, from Halifax to Vancouver, in any village, town, city.or at any poinf in the country any lime. Imperial Polarine kills friction and saves power. It keeps engaging parts separata! and friction less with a protective oil film that severe pressure can't rub away or high engine heat break down. Estab- lishes a piston-lo-cylindcr Eeai, that keeps the explo- sive gases in the combustion at full strength. Consumes with hardly a trace of carbon. Polarine, Imperial Polar- ine Heavy and Imperial Polarine different types of engines, service conditions and fuel. Imperial Polairine is supplied in one-half, ondand four-gallon scaled cans, twejvc and ;a lialf gillos kegs, half-barrels and barrels. Ask the Imperial Oil Man what grade is beat suited to your engine. For sale by good fiay-Mie Wlxrc JniraUt, Imptrial Polarine cntt olhtr an ttfHcfrfj] IJIrrcKethc mcr-lSllelllln in Imptiial dtslrilallen antl ifrctce. rafts irrA Im I ffcf IMPERIAL OILiLIMITED Heat Light -Lubrication Branches in all Cities ;