Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
''PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "TUESDAY.- NOTABLE WEDDING IN LONDON- Unexpected Visit from Pro- prietor Hurried Him Away F. A. Drive Correspondent) iKroa otrvOwa MACLEOD. Nov. Mlrieod Hay Growers' Association met on Sat-j urday, November Gth, and went iuto i chc statement oit business for the year.! It was shown that with the amount ot accounts oyfag to the association, ail accounts owing- by the association are fully covered, and with a settlement In ibc near future everything 'will be and a surplus left for the mem- bers. Sunday at Methodist church, the pastor ROT. VT. A. LovrUj preached on "The man who lost tact a strong forceful sermon, which was heard by a large audience and ninch appreciated by all. After the service tha congregation were in- vited (o the school room by the ladies of the congregation' whore a- coda! halt hour was spent in singing and getting acquainted'over a cup of tea and cake. This is the first of tho sea- sou, am! wns advantage of by (he jiiany who, filled the sckoal room, and enjoyed the hospitality of the ladu's. Sunday. November ]4th, will be anniversary day. anil the president of tho conference will preach moraine and evening on Missionary Sunday in the Sunday school. The children re- paired the missionary clock by a large collection bus made it go too it is now two and a liolt hours nher.d cf tilr.o. YV. H. president of the local I U.F.A. is in crcat spirits over the sue-' ces5 of the-drlve- for members on Nov- ember 1st and ir.d. In hii district it a full 300 per cent, success, as up to tho present lie has hoard of no one refusing to became s member, and j paving at least a portion of the assess- ment. .The president bad his own dis- trict fully covered, and each apd every ]nan on the job h.indeil in the sarilo report. This Is evidence of tho prin- cipal of the union, anil they will be heard from nt the next election. It is yuitc evident from the election just past they were of one mind on the frreat prohibition Question a-1, Uio vote told. That Ihe Macleou" South Irrigation sch'eme has not been lost sight of is evidenced by tho work accomplished .ny.the local committee- of which A. F, McJ'adden is. the secretary-treasurer. His revised petitions have been sent to .the .government at Edmonton, and been acknowledged, and they expect further word that the publication will) ba proceeded and tlie" election held early In the mew year. (j. Gray and Mrs. Gray were Tisl- .tot-3 in Macleod from 1 Ugh River. They been transferred to Swiftj Cur- rent and leave for that lotvii in a few Mra, Henry of High River, spoilt, the .week in friends. Slacleod boasts of another butcher shop.on the plan, of cash and carry. Friday night auuut -8-p.m. W. O. Andrews, !rjd occasion to visit his hardwhre stors on 24th street. As he used his key In tr.e lock to opea .the door, be heard a'noise Inside, and on entering the. store and turning on the light someone went out the back door. He found on the counter a num her of snns, rifles, with quantity of ammunition, which tlio cr.ller had pre- Kinc CKnwi of UisvA West Africa, visited Lcn'don, recently to a oEciM lu Oio Barbadoce, to Miss Rita Goring. Picture in hi> fEtade rcsiilla. attend (he wedding ot Barbonr King, the bride and groom and King OInwa pared to take, out wilb him, had ho not been disturbed Mr. Andrews call- ed police, who took up tho trail In tbe news now that bad fallen an hour before, but their maa knew his work, and retraced his tracks, then came on to 21th stree} where all footprints were lost.. They bava not given up tho trail, and think they have their man located. The man broke into the store by breaking a pane of glass at the rear of the store, and his first act was fitlz'Ds tul (o secure the capltsl fo hmi always been (llfilcul and woiiM lie more so If there wai likelihood ot .1 departure from tho jellcy of adequate protection, IK -THt-gRtH-iminimn-tigtosto UTW1UI -TMMIMS -A FOOD. MEDKAL-SUPfttU CLOTHING. DOCTORS. FUEL.- HOSPITAL ACCOMMOMTION. COHSUMmON, StOU.-fOX.-AKD OTrltd D13fA5tS -KAGIHC -W OMCM tCKlO [UVEN MILLIONS -THEM -ARE WW- TMt non.1 ACT SO BUTT WITH HUMAN -ABE HELPUS3. IMO..2SO.OCX1 GALICIA. UKRAINE IN viiiActs. nut m -jliTiInC HUNGARY. Cf 1I7.0CO ROUMANIA f StPORTED PHtVALlKT Study this Map It only partly Story of Misery in Central Europe. Within the great territory between the black.lines millions of destitute children are doomed to grow up weak and deformed through want of' miljk'iand sugar, unless immediate help comes from without. HERBERT HOOVER, invited to speak at a Canadian Red Cross said '-'Our problem over the forthcoming winter appears to about to children. "These children are the obligation of every man, woman and child in the Western Hemisphere, fov we have suffered less; but, beyond thig, they aro a charge on the heart of the whole world." The Canadian Red Cross appeals on behalf of The British Empire War Relief Fund (To Combat Distress and Disease in Europe) mill save a child; will give it "saving" food for a month) Help in this humane duly by sending or bringing your subscription to your nearest.kf.al branch of the 'Canadian Red Cross Society, or to headquarters, Alberta Division, O'Snlliwn block, Calgary.