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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1EN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAT.D Shipments Of Grain From Taber f T-, v Up To November, i Was Almost O Hum Bushels (From TABEH, Nov. Correspondent) The tax Eale of town lois which took place today, was ers'- hall and was well at- tended. The' expected travelling orchestra off for a fortnight, ancl the ad- is billed here for Monday night, jourccd sale will take place on Satur-jSud B'numb'er 'of novelties are prom- dai, SOth. Town Clerk f derion, uho was recently under doctors care, was tionwr, though as yi make use of crutches, reccat Illness. A lady passenger, alighting from aJ to agency, train on I'rlday night, was untortun- Several buildings have been moved Rle enough, to Injure her arm noar the .to new. sites this week, two of them .elbow. She Informed the houses. Tho'surveyors have decided that oi wheat, and of other grain, iiarmvell shipped 135.055 ot wheat, aud 1600 of other grain. The mines arc working steadily, and as a result, houses sr> simviy not to tie had. So mo people have seen forced to make use otiiuero shells in iht) way'ut house accouibiqjatlon, and by various fcipedlents hive been try- ing to them couifortatile. Tbo Canada West .is uow sbirping about 675 tons a the other mines are doing a steady, business. A Hallowe'en dance was held iu the Regal schoolhouse on Monday nlBhl. and went off well, although a row at the close. Introduced by strangers, raised things up somewhat. Two extension 1'irelsdders have ar- that a doctor would-be nei-eK and (lie officials with Iheir usual civ- ility, offered asslstpjice. and have betrn. awaiting furtJior jnionup-tiou, but bave received no further Avord 03 to the supposed iojury. Toe new eslensioii to tie McLaugh- lin garage, which-r Is under construc- tion by .Contractor Jludson, will be fifty In the sajne iu width. .Tlio structure'will bo about fourteen feet high at tlie with eight foot sides. The repair pit the rear, will extend the width of building, and half a dozmi c-irs can be placed-over It at owcj for repair- purposes. Tlic.buildiiig be heateJ thrxiughout, and have' a cement floor, Cars desired ;ai -a mo- ment's notice can thu.vbe put on the rowl en a cold TaoniEn? wilh a mini- mum of trouble; repair can lie speeded up no matter what tiie we.itier. Clarence Pelky bad e. trying exper- ience on Saturday niorulug ,Then the car in which he was driving from they, have been In the back-ground Matter Joe Dobbs has again taken uy tlie work of Herald which he resigned hands of Hughie Bryan, en the occasion o.t his recent visit to Ireland. Monsieur Chef at the While Star long enough, and so a big surveyors' Cafe baked a cake or 'two for the teen cakes of tie same order. A. L. Cannon, ot tho Taber Motor Co., left for Calgary this week ou a business trip. scriba curyes dnd tangents to uo three days after the doiice, tho I 33 in i White Star for thlr. i .fairest and brightest eanipbneers' Jazi Ilaiid will b> ia .attendance. and effort; will be 'm Wo' to niaVo the dance an oeous- ion worthy, of the. craft. "olfiJeV arrived in tha Fin- castle community on Thursday m'pra ing, Iri'.tho -person. of a daughter' born and .Nlrs. Davis. Every. body doing" as ineU "ns can ba eipecl The .dance, held, it "Widena Friday evening hpaght out a and Was Une 'pf'tha most successful held tfcero yeC Rev. Powell, Enpeii t raisiflpns, will spe-ik aftb_______ services to be hcM :c the ndent ie special .Methodist church on November 31st. Rev. A. C. Bryan arrived home from Saturday, and occupied the pulpit in Kiios church on Sunday. Wilier .reached tha end of Iho Irri- gation ditch a week ago, Jmt has now been shut off owing to weeds and1 ice. Prominent irrigationists are in- sistent as to nu assured crop in the watered district next fall, and state that .the whole canal and system has been thoroughly primed out. Barring some damage to gates and minor trou- bles, tho system has gone into oper- ation smoothly, and the best of, re- sults, is expected. Another held in tha Min- TUESDAY, NQVEMBEfi STRONG1 APPEAL MADE FOR CHURCll UNION BY mSHOP FARTHING Nov. strong aji- pwl 011 behalf'of church was niado by libhop Earthing in a review ;ho gave yesterday morning in Christ j Church cathedral of what has been accomplished at the Jjambcth confer- I em'6 during the last'tuuimai-. us get it, iato our minds that It .is Ja s-iu to have, the church of Christ divided; let us forget the dead pas', i and its controversies, tha bitterness and ike prejudices and let us, come ias penitent io try and bring nbuui this jreunion of Christendom, he I With this appeal the bishop added that! it was nol a call ot one church tor 1 another to' come back into the fold of] i one particular.communion, but It [an attempt to re-discover the Catholic church. V "goou snow' storm Lasl yejf the first" snow trss-.oa. er-fwill deliver' his lecture, I Hava In the church. The week meetings wltl be undenominational in character 'and all are invited. was given at tie of Mrs; H. A. Walter, on Tuesday, a week occasion of IiaHure'for where "she in future with' her', and refreslunenta filled'up a'ivery enjoyable 'e'vening. Mr., Mrs. TV. K rSi spicy' cele- brated'their'silver wedding ou Friday ot last weeK Many and beautiful gifts marked and the old friends .ami neighbors present, heart- ily enjoyed themselves, although, a number were unable to attend on ac- count of roads and weather. 'Hon. A. -J; -McLean -was a visitor, this week. Sunday, November 14th, has been chosen for ot the the a, w, v A. for divine service, and oil members should get iii- touch .with Secretary Rose as the boys desire a good turnouL -Floyd Martin's auction sale on pHces.'.a team 'at afffl -one cow'at A. Porteous conducted the Casler and Lieut. Claphara of the. local S. ;A. are; attending the S.-A. Winnipeg this weeV The congress is presided over by Gei- eral Booth. Total -shipments' o! grain from Taber during tlie two months prev- ious to; November aggregated Mulroy Donald, of Retliwr, was iu! town Saturday night looking over i matters in connection with the Georgo hotel. A truckload of office; fixtures also arrived lletlaw on' Saturday, and has been stored tempor- J arlly in tho hotel, until preparations can begin for the opening pf tho hos- j telry. KxConst. Finch ot the R. C. M. left tonight for Regina, .where' he' will eater the Saskatchewan provin- cial police force. Mrs. Finch will 42- main in Taber, until suitable quart- era are obtained tor their home In Regina. W. H. Andrews hcs rented the building, next to the King. George as a dwelling.'and is now occupying the same, with his family. }f. F. Annable the had the interior .re- fitted to suit the present tenants. Ike Gardiner arrived tla mule trans- port last night from Granum, where lie has heen farming on his own account, j Lke operated a machine In coal seams last winter, and .will do so again, but j has to return to Graoura. first, to get his belongings. He favored tho Regal last winter. A brick tiling has been un- loaded for the McLaughlin garage ex- tension, and will be used on the. .out- er -walls. The.garage com- pletely walled with tile when; .the new section is fipished. Tlie tile is I from Medicine Hat. i Mr. Mitchell, a' returned mis- sionary from China, spoke in the Presbyterian ,churcn this week to an interested audience on the mission work in that country. Rev. Mitchell hails from Elora, bnt.f and is well known to.Dr. Ruse, both comiug from that burfi onthe Grand River. Elevator Manager McBajn of the BavK-.elevator. Is'.trying'- to puzzlo out a problem in the realm of medi- cal For a number of .years Mr. McBain has been troubled with rheumatism and found it .worse at Vancouver tliaii here. A Jew weeks Spent On Buildings (From Our Own Correspondent) VAUXHALL, Nov. farm- e-s ara breaking iu the district. Out-. fits are working on at top speed, in order to get all work possible done before freeze-up. Mr. McAllister: is building a new barn on Ms fi.-m and construction Is going ahead on tho Kimball farm and Voushall Stock Farms. Already lias been spent on buildings iilblie in Mie dls- trice and many more thousands oil Other, iniprovemenls- are glad to welcome another Medicine Hat old-timer in the person of Mr.-R. C. Porter vho lias just -pur- chased a farm in the district. Mr. Porter has 'successfully ranched and 'armed south of Medicine Hat for a number of years, and we are pleased men of his stamp taking an interest in our district. The of Vauxhall is kcoplng pace with the progress in the.district and we understand that a large hum- her of business houses .ire contem- plating building there next season. _. ago, while the trouble Still go- British troops, with rides ready for use, palroilius Tyrone, Ireland, n a motor truck. FOUND ACCIDENT WAS -DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OTTAWA. Canadian has been rendered in the exchequer court by Mr. Justice Audelte in the matter of the.appeal of the "Jessie Mac" against the "Sea Lion." The cause ot action arose in Trail Bay, off the coast ot British' Columbia. On March 30, 191S. the Jessie Mac sought shelter fiom west- ern winds under the lee of .Trail :isl- and. On the following day the captain of the Sea Lion, which had also sought shelter from tho winds with a tow ot logs, attempted to shift his tow and In doing so the boom parted and the rafl drove the Jessie 'Mio on the rocks where she'sank. 'Thereupon, (be Jessie Mao instituted action in the admiralty court of British Columbia admiralty" district and the case was-tried before" Judge Martin who dismissed the plaintiff's action holding that the accident'was iuevit able. From this judgment.the Jessie 3__ appealed to the exchequer court where Judge Audette reversed the "orderi o the trial judge, acci dent was 'due to the negligence am waul of-seamanship on the Sea Lion in auchoring in an nu safe position. An Easier.lily is blooming in Cain Brockvilie, witli 38 bios soms and buds. SNOW IN WINNIPEG NOT. first Imo this season Winnipeg had' a indsor TaWe Salt HP HE pleasure of choosing suitable Hosiery need not be matctd i uncertainty as to the lasting qualities either of color or Although Penman cow emythmg fn hosiery tfut die toilette of the smartly gowned irooun thoe is still the underlying quality that has been with the name Penman's for generitionj. For daintiness without extrat remember "Tht StanJarJ'of Extxile HOSIERY m A woman's nerves are pro- verbially sensitive. Delicate women best appreciate the sopthlng. refreshing, fragrance of a hot cup of Blue Ribbon Tea. 'ONLY TABLETS MARKED ASPIRIN Not 'Aspirin at All without 'the "Bayer Cross" Tho rtane identifies (tic nly germine Aspirin contains ilircctioiu for CoMs, IlMdacnt, Toothache, Js'cu- ralgia, tumhaso, Rheumatism. Nrari- (eon years and HOB made in Canada. Joint Pains, and J'nin ircncrally. ,t tf 'Bayer of package Aspirin1' which Tin boica of 12 talikh cost afcwctntf. larger There ii only one .Yon jr.cnt soy "Dayor" jplrln li Ihe train raailc 'reilsltrcd In CaniHil c( Dajtr Xanufaetnre e( Mono. liuUucldulur ettlcirUeuU. Whlrc It li known It. I m ?nf 'J Tr.blcl. <.t Compaiy .iilll M slaropci wlta ibclr itnoril (ra4o wtrk, ibo "itytr on, lie received the .course of changing' batteries on the engine. He paid little atten- tion to the matter, till he suddenly discovered that the rheumatism had departed. No recurrence of the tHfc- ble has been since hd is now iroiidering if it was. tho electrical effect that cured him. Steller's new garage, opposite the freight" shedft. has no.w opened for business, and electrical, batte'ry.'rad- iator, and repair work generally, be undertaken. .Too Ilovcn, formerly day operator at the depot, wa's In (owii friends over Sunday. Joe Is now sta- Itioncd at Ogden, .where lie' Is' cloBO I to the high lights of Blake Robertson has inoved into the old restaurant building on Front St., lately vacated by L. Conrad aud S." occupy' it as a dwelling, NOT5LEFORD ITEMS (From; Our Own Correspondent) NOBLBFORD, Nov. Cant, the Hev. Muncaster is spending his holi- days at the ranch near Calgary. 'The service Sunday morning was taken by Mr. B. L. Cody and in the evening by Rev. Mr. Mitchell of Honan. Mr. Mitchell described clearly the compound, then gave a most inter- esting talk on the three creat branches of the evangelical, medical' or surgical aiid educational. -It -was a treat. Next Sunday service will be at 3 o'clock and Rev. Capt. Denoon' of T.cthbridge will speak. us give Capt. Denoon the same welcome he usually gets from us. The ladies of NoblefunI had a very enjoyable afternoon on Wednesday asi tho BUtsts of the Jlarous Institute. Mr. C. S. Noble is away cm a busi- ness trip In Seattle, Spokane, and vicinity. Miss Benson and Mlsg Urch wenl to Calgary on Friday to see "Chu Cbln Ciiow." At a meeting ot tlie Aid held at Mrs. Stewart's on Thursday It was decided to give the funds amounting to 560.M raised by the supper to the local church fund. The ladles of the district who gave so liberally to the supper deserve a hearly vole of lhaiiku for tlielr donations and efforts In inak- 1 j inK ii. wouii H success, [LIQUIDATORS WILL COMPLETE BIG SHIP j MONTREAL, Nor. S.--Mr, .Justice MacLennan In tho superior court Sat- urday delivered Judgement fn the taken ntidcr thn federal wind'iiR up act and ordVcd the liquid. ator of Hie Tlireo Rivers Shipyards, Ltd.. on Hi A petition of the Sncleto Nejihles of Marseilles. France, to give to me petitioner possession at the (J500-ton steel (anker noiv in posses- sion of the liquidators al Tlircn Rivers In order that tlie petitioners tlierti- finives may complete the ship. .The claim of tho Molsoiis Bank in con- testing Iho ivjtiiioncrs' claim -xit dismissed trhb It is souncl economy to have each pair of your. fall and winter shoes fitted -with its proper pair of rubbers. If you the rubbers.will be easy and comfortable and both rubbers and shoes will wear longer and hold their shape better. Risbbtts preoent slipping. Rubbers sane shoes. Rubbers enable you to wear old shoes in bad weather. Rubbers ate economical Rubbers ensure dry feel. Rubbers make shoes Water- proof. Rubbers protect the children from catching cold. The Dominion Rubber System have made this convenience a certainty by making rubbers in styles, shapes and, sizes to fit every shoe for men, women, boys and girls. A More than this, they are good sturdy mater- ials, fashioned by experts, to give you long and satisfactory .service, dealer who carrfei Dominion Rubber System rubbers is serving -you well. He wants to give you your money's worth in quality, style, comfort and; he these reliable rubbers. With the complete line oi Dominion Rubber System styles and shapes avail- able, he is able to make sales instead of excuses. Go to the dealer who. can supply Dominion Rubber System rubbers and you will get the right rubbers for every pair of shoes arid for every member of the family. Dominion Rubber ystem Sold by the best shoe stores everywhere. ;