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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JPWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 192-our country's ImmeJU late international actions tbm IE pos- jessed by one hundred million of your private citizens, yon and your S companions In tho teaching profession 'have almost nbsolut a control over .the jhenfal bias of the ciiiscES of-tho loin knowledge'' emboldens one to tay that if you are understand 'ingly faithful of -your trust there will Tie new hope 'lor mankind and tho Ipeace of the .world. ,'i "'at even perfec vtlon-in national, e'ducallon wouid ent j war, but I flrml believe tnat Improved {education would maku impossible use- rless war wiged because of misunder ilandintrs and misconceptions, or fuUe ssues and animoftitles based on ignorance. "The schoolroom also may bo a big factor as a steadying influence to calm Sir Auckland said. LEADERS OF LIBERAL PARTY IN CANADA THIN PEOPLE IOED TAKE 'Agrees That Plain Bitro-Phosphat Helps td BuMd Strong Nerves and Put en Firm Healthy Flesh. Feed your nerves plenty of phos- phate with .enough left over lo give tlie lilootl aricVbonb. cells a geuerouS helping and >ou should quIcWy nols a. return lo old lima 'with a of endurance tbat So say prominent New-York pliysiclans. Thinness, weakness and -ijack of nmltUion are in niost cases due Bow Island Lost A Valued Citizen (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Nov. re- corded for the tnoElh of October 1.19 iucbes. Usht flurry ot suow tbiB morning. llallofee'en was celebrated by the town school list tYiday afternoon. Grade II. with (heir teacher.' Miss Holmes, visited Iho Primary puulls and their teacher, Miss DruIJou, at tho Cottage school, and spent Ibe afternoon in'playing apple games for a while and then, after, a rest, other games, as "musical chairs" were play c-d. Vi'hon the orer- cblldrea were end th'ey with tbo guests were served a lunch ol and cake. Mrs. A..W. !Mler, Jllss Sadie James and Miss Rnoda Browa-assisted the teachers. Mrs. Wni. Prowse and Miss Prowse, Mrs. T. Injoldshy, Mrs. >A. 13. Holte, Mrs. E. Downing, Mrs. T. n: Blaine Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. A. F...Werts were present during the Grade I. tileir-teach Miss Knps, Joined Mlas'Doran anc her pupils in their room and spent a pleasant afternoon playing-games. At the close'of the afternoon refresh- ments, .sandwiches and cake, were passed.' The pupils report having bad an extra good time. Several the members of the Jnited indies' 'Aid met last Friday afternoon at: Mrs. Of. MacWilliams home-with" Mrs. B..D. Smith as the guest of'honor. After "an hour o social intercourse h dainty lunch'was served.-" .Mrs: B. D. Smith has been an' active worker in the Ladles' Aid for years, and the ladies took this ap pbrtunity-to giye her a small gift Mrs.: A.-P. Werts, on behalf of the Ladles' 'Aid, presented' to Mrs. Smith silver Jardiniere.. Mrf. Smith res ponded Briefly expressing her apprec iation of-the good will shown by th members her.. to :pantry sale and tea on Satur afternoon ;-last. under the auspice of "the Women's Institute was not a well attendee] as was hoped. However considering the counter'attraction, th receipts were'very good. Proceeds o the. sale and tea were The" Altar Society.of the Catboli church held their annual bazaar an chicken supper on Saturday. Th articles for sale were numerous ''an diversified i and. found many anilon -.The three long tables looked Tery ir.viting when supper time came, wit ail the good with which the were laden, and the'way in wblc things were arranged. Pretty plan added lo the appearances. From o'clock for two JtourE, the ladies wer kept busy serving the large crowd th slipper Mr. D. Ga rispn auctioned- tne; articles that ha r.ot been sold during the afternoon'. The G. W. V. A. held a sheet an iillow. case dance last Friday nigh I their rooms. Owing to the slat f tho (roads many who had planne o attend .were unable to be ther 3UI1 y, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Tunstall, Mr. S. G.-Jamleson.and son; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Calder, Mr. and Mrs. J. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. il. Cherry. alan'a librarj', the uucleua of which vrUl; bo ,a travelling library from tbo Provincial University. ONE-FOUR NEARLY SOLID FOR "DRYS" LONDON STAGE FAVORITE MARRIES LORD INNES KER ounce men t la made of tho marriage of JoM Collins, the comedy actress and Lord Alastair Robert limes Kcr. The ceremony took place privately in London several days ago; The; groom Is. the brother-of the Duke Of lioiburgh. (From.Our Own Corresptindent) ONEFOtJR, Nov. the election last week out of a total registration of 22 voters, votes were eight for prohibition aud two against. pn'Tuoulay.I. Miller of Many-ber- ries, drifted-in here with a carload of men billed for a railroad camp up north. They were lost aud had nothing to eat since breakfast the flay before.' They were unable to locate the camp and bad travelled over a lot of wild country In a hopeless search .until; gasolliie and oil played out. A fresh supply of motive material and a breakfast, started them off again and we hope they 'reached tiseir destina- tion. JX. H. nyan, who has been working -n .tho harvest fields and threshing around Shaunavon, is again at hoine on'his'placo'in section 33. The TJ.'P.-A.' met at Alex Lindsay's Saturday gvening. Tlie most import: ant 'business' taken up pbintment of a librarj- committee to" of Reputation indsor Table Salt n 'tune with the 'bright metv- morn by drinking from'the well of health that lies in S rRUIT SA1T two spooks, standing on the stairs In the flajjc, one ot which beckoned with the to come up stairs. Amusements suited lo Hallow- e'en.were about midnight when light refreshments were served. On -Mdnday ef en I n'g" several ot Ihe members of the.local Masonic Lodge with their wives, met at ihe home of M. C. H. Bell-and-Mrs. Bell, about thirty being present This was n farewell party given for Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. liurd, and Mr. and Mrs. U.' p. Smith, who are Amoving away She Rests while Sunlight Works Whj- not? That's what Sunlight's for. How does this happen Very simple. Sunlight's gentle purify is alone sufficient to cleanse the clothes without wearisome rubbing. 0! course, this is easy on the clothes, too. How is it done? Just read the directions. Insist on selling lite Soat> you SUNLIGHT SOAP. LEVER BKOTHEUS LIMITED, TORONTO 3S sland schools last Thursday. Mrs. Jobn Travis was a guest ol Mrs. Ed. Thompson" last Jlr. Frank Nevors Coaldalo on Saturday. Mr. W. Knqx, who has in Taber for several Yfpeks, is now hom< _ JVm. Westlaiid, ot Sangervillo, Maine, U. S. A., 'inothef.'of'Mrs.' J Ilutcblson, anil Mrs.B. Westlandi ar- rived here last .Thursday mprnlngland will, spend a month here ber daughter. Mrs. Hurlburt. who bas been wltb her Mrs: D. for': a couple ot weeks, returned-borne on Saturday. If. ShaWj wbo ha'd been visiting Mr. j and Sirs. A. 'P.. Werts, left on Monday morning for Ttxas.- Jlrs. Gco. ISnice, forrnerly ot this place, but ot' Crcstou, B. .0., is a business visitor !n town. Her friends hero are pleased to seo.ber again. Mr. n. A. (Scolty) JlacDonalci, who baa been very ill in'-thej Lctbbrldge hospital, we arc pleased to report, Is able lo learo the hospital but wll spend a sbort time with his brottler in c6aldolG before rc-tnrning home. Messrs. Dob Davidson and Rol Arthurs were Bow Island visitors yes tcrday. Again now It-land lias lost through death a.very highly respected clllzen Mr. Jobn Thomson Hutchison. The late Mr. Ilulcbison was born at Cross- field, Scotland, on March 1911V 1885 On April 23rd, he was marrlci lo Miss Mary II. Weslland, who sur viveS him. Three days after his mar riage, April 2Ctb, he slartod for Can ada, reaching Dow Island in'.Anne where he remained UH October, when he went to Nelson, B.C., his wife join Ing him there tho following year, 8b liaving remained behind him In Scot land. In October, 1916, he returnei to now Island whcro ho, with hi brothcr-lii-law, Mr. U. Wostland, opei ed up u btnckEinilhing business' 1 which he continued (III taken 111, Tho late Mr, Hutchison was onl. confined lo his bed a couple of .week when ho passed away on Tuesda morning, Oct. There remains t mourn tils loss a devoted wife, tw little daughters, and u brother, Mr Alex Hutchison, of Grassy Lake, bo sides ft large circle of friends in thl town anil district. Tho funeral was conducted nnde the Masonic ritual on Friday ntfer noon, Oct. 25. After tho service a tho house, where many had galhere to pay their last to (he de parted, tho procession formed an passed on to ths local cemetery fo The pall wore vllr. A Hutchison. Jit, Wr.-.1. J1TH a tone of crijslol purity and incompataiile ridaisss, ths' McLagan- combines all that and exquisite in cabinet-work and design. The, results in'a Phonograph now recognizecl as being on the pinnacle of instrument of rare beautg and talent, the Mahogany .of BWk Walmif Mahogany and Wolnuf TheMcLagan mill play any disc record. This made powible by an ring at the baw.of the McLogan-Retcher an exclusn-e feature. This weighted rinjg is simple and absolutely child can operate it. There arc no to take oft or put on; no weighls to add or slide. I Simply Lg turning this ring to the position indicated for the playing of tjie record deslrexl, the correcl weight is ottnined for perfect and faithful reproduction. This valuable feature has made the McLagan famous in the phonograph world. Ito use opens up the entire range of disc records. You are denied none. You can hut; any make of disc record with the satisfaction of knowing that you can play it in all its perfection on your McLagan. .See'Ihe.designs in which the McLagan is and ewrolsitelg nnishecl gems fashioned in the, styles of Chippendale, Brothers Adam, etc., and the periods of William and Marj, Queen Anne, LouU etc. Then hear it play. You will need no further evidence of its worth, The McLagan range variety of twenty-two models--fiom thoae of moderate expense lo instruments that would grace the luxuriously furnished homes. Col! on .your nearest McLagan dealer. Hn will gladly give you a complete demonstration, THE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH CORPORATION LIMITED STRATFORD ONTARIO Willis Pianos, Ltd., Hull Disrtibu.tors for Southern Alberta ;