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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD rPAGE ELEVEN to in Stricken and The American Cross has ap- f j j pro printed 5 for the famine Railways Crowded With Hun- ,n and Japanvims gry IB All.promised a large amount or rice; Directions. PEKING, Stfi. tile Asso- ciated conditions in Chlhll, Shanii, Shan- tung a'pd HQnan peated 'light crops .follpTed al- most complete'; failure this7 BUmmorj are reported by. investigators to the wcret in JSars. It IB estimated t PUTTING IN SMALL IRRIGATION SCHEME fjrom Our Own Correspondent) result of'the poll and Wharry, who has been work- "up in the Vulcan district for [he death from starvation and .during on a 1 g the comlrig winter unless heli> large afforded; Thousands ore already afoot making tkeir way northward la the hope of- finding food and emplov- ruent. selling their be? longings piecemeal to procure i at greatly advanced prices. Farrtt and j draught animals g o( for lack of fodder and fuel tft'cook thcml if slaughtered. June Woods, daughter of the Eev'.'H. C. Woods, has returned home after lengthy stay with her sister in: die state of Maine. of the managers of Orion Union church, who were.'also joined representatives is'held .last week In Blness arising out of -i'Dr visit was talked over.'-; It was thought that the building or a manse would be .considered in 4 the future, the "scheme1 would'not have F. Tffck.ryorTeid.oV, Stan: th t needed, owing to the short tung. province, and Dr. E..-J. Pelll of nf iiio'i-joi and the leaves of trees, cotton seed and bran.. Children, especially girls, are b'elng sold or given away, they the fay. John Griffith, of the Canadian Pres- byterian Mission, North Ilonan, writes: Manitoba's Protest Against Railway Increase. H. J. Symington, K.C., ot Winnipeg, who Is presenting a strong case for the Manitoba governincut against the recent increase in. railway rates. With the approach of winter the feed question Is of Importance. This week some hay of good quality W.TH hauled into Orion and It is welcome cuTtT naws_tp know that one man sonth of "el irrigated' hay esti- national collector, is In town for a few days. Mr. Pen-in Baker has gone for a visit to tho coast. The referendum vote excited a fair degree of, interest !u the-district, though.not'as much as Us Importance would warrant. The "vote polled would 60 per cent, of those on the list. -Foremost 'gave a negative majority country i'poils 'have' given' substantial affirmative' majorities.' There are those, who hope that the vote may W suit, at least, in a little better en- forcement of tho law In these parts. There is room for Improvement. Another fall ot snow yesterday has brought a good deal of moisture. onan, writes: tons and the nee Th? last fading hope was that at lha wi least a crop of Quick-maturing, buck-. the district will be.'supplled without .feed-being It. was last winter." Mr. Stm-Enrlne IB .at work with men. and teams' working at his Irrl- wheat: might be seclired after-'a lafe rain. 'But no rain'has come and that lione is now entirely gone. 'Every ger-pijched humanity. The ilankow railroad is generously Ing refugees to travel free "on trains" bound for South. town, u Hupeh and these are famllfes having many: little children or old people who face- the .'-wat- difference or advantage, as.tbe more rolling Stops Flair Coming Out; t Doubles its Beauty. A. few cents .buys "Danderlue." At any ter an application of can ndv'fini'a "fallen.'.: dandrukf> beaideA every .hair show3 sew trightness, color and thickness. I B erf j FOIIEMOST SCENE OP V A HAPPY EVENT {From Our Own Correspondent} FOREMOST, Oct. Tery pleas- ing event took place on Wednesday 27 at 2, o'clock, at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Archer, when Mrs.' Atcher's youngest, daugh- ter, Miss" yiplet Pearl Smith, was united in marriage "to Philip Kenneth Sullivau. was perform- ed by Rev. J. D. Taylor, of Foremost, In the.presence of intlniate friends.. Mr. and Mrs..Sullivan will reside' on- the homestead near Nemls- kam. The -Westfield Ladles! Circle met on Thursday afternoon- at the home of and Jlrs. J. D. Madil. A bounti- ful, dinner was provided by Mrs. Ma- dll, alter which a pleasant social time was. spent. An. Interesting part, ol the in a, mlB- cellanebns shower g'tven" to MiaVjessie is soon to be married. Mr. Phillips has moved an old house to the rear of his lot opposite the Methodist having; it re modelled and generally fixed up for his residence. Mr. Heard, of Manyberries, Inter- (From Our Own Correspondentl VAUXHALU Oct. October 7, tho Canada Land Irrigation com shut off the supply of irrigation water Iri the district, thus bringing to ,'close the first irrigation season for his project. The water has been run considerably-longer than In ther projects, oven those across the ine, and our farmers have been mak rig tho .very best use o[ it. Practical y all the1 newly broken land has been and test holes show that he moisture Is down 5 to G feet. This 8 to help put very considerably n'the spring, and will give the crops a wonderful start. This dlstrict-wil 10 worth year, yields are going to ho surprising. The Yauxhall Stock Farms product ery fine samples of barley this yea and sold tho entire yield from 37 acres, at considerable premium above market price, to be used fb: seed purposes. Jlr. James D. McGregor, o! Brandon who Is well known in connection with-the raising of pure bred cattle has thought additional acreage district. Mr. Arthur Knspp, of Co'a: dale, 'Alta., and Mrs. James Bussarc of Alderson, Alia., also purchased Irf! gated farm's recently.' BLUE RIBBON When friends drop in the housewife is never at a loss if she is able, tb offer them a steaming, hot cup of delicious Blue Ribbon Tea sure to be appreciated. THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT; FOHiYOU, WATER IN .VAUXHALL DISTRICT ETZIKOM FARMERS ARE FALL PLOWING tir Own Correspondent) ETZIK05I, Oct. and A. West left for Calgary on Wedrie morning. Mrs. West has gone t the hospital there. Mr, C. Kemball and family hav moved away for the winter. Mr. Kern ball expects to settle near Coaldalo.' Mr. AI. Fetter left for Calgary where he expects to secure work to the winter and move his family u later on. p Quite" a number of farmers are fa plowing, .'owing lo the moisture tha has fallen lately. Farmers here ar very glad to see all the moisture w are getting lately. It looks good fo next year. A good rain and snow fe yesterday. Mr. John Johnson and family from Orion were.visitors' at Mrs. Johnson here Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius from Prosp were callers in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ilutts