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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE 'THE LETHBRIDGE. DAILY MEKALU THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920 Queen Mary's Gowns Presented to Institute Oonple of School Vans. I 'O'rcra Our Own Correspondent! i V 1'JOX. -Nor. '-Coldeu Women's Institute" has teen; very fortunate lately In having some interos'.Iis ltd Instructive durissr tho last month. j MI-J. K. Anderson of OIVL> us "Siory of the which i tfy appreciated by those who were present. This was the second i occasion that Mrs. Anderson has crc-l us v.iih an address, atd we hope j eho will t-oiue again. UiEt Thursday Mrs. G. Waldon of! Sln've'y fc'ave us a talk on and i brought ,-t number of her beautiful i painted pictures and china done by herself, for us to see. It certainly a collection and we are deep-' ly indebted to Mrs. Waldron for all. the trouble took to give ns such a pleasant afterr.eou. j voro slail to have the Vulcan] Icilituto visit on Thursday, anil every-1 one present eiijoj-ed the social lime; over a cup of tea at the close of the j meeting. Everyone is welcome to the next regnlar meeting whicU will take! place Nor. 4. at :.M.p.m_ when Mrs. 1 rinviu will entertain at the liomo of Mrs. Jcuson. U. H.' Galbrailh, will 55eak at this meeting by request of i tho Institute on "The fcrraers" plat- form." Tue organ fund is coming along) splendidly owing to the hearty re-i springe the collectors received from i of. tho residents In the fireguard I district. i Gowns worn by Queen Mary at her Coronation oc June (lelt) and at the Delhi Durbar, Dec. Si, John Dougherty, a former resident mil, which have been presented by tho Queen to'the RoyaMOntarlo Muaeiim. fanner here (now of lies Moines. I V. 1 i who his been in this Ticiaily' for'some lime looking alter his busi-ithe near future. sunny south.' ness ID tercels, left for. home on Sun-j As a war trophy Champion has been Local Masons havo'ih vieW'the.erec- day morning last. C. li. Brooks has Walla, Wash, where he will spend the winter. Mrs. W. Scott and family are 6a n fisit to Mr. Scott's parents in the foothills Mrs. A.: Stevenson of Calgary, is ou a to her parents, Mr .and Mrs (i A Manhard v Dan Ulrlch Is opening a branch im- ahout 40 service.-in Franco. It is located at present in Moffat's hardware store, where "it has received a lot of, atten- tion from the people of Champion and ficinity. It was.suggested it might leased for: "duck but a close ex- amination. showed some damaged nirts, however, and extensive'repairs awarded a Qernian machine gun which] tfon of a 'Masonic .hall -In- tho near left __for bears evsry sign o[ having seen active j future. The malter'la now undef'con- it-the-necessarj- ar- rangements.oan bfs made'the'buUdlng will.be started' The new i working' lasl iwere'.ataTted t Monday." son and P. will handle the. eastern Alder :and: Fisher will npwever, auu ,u iH-ekpected thd iiew van's1 Will have to be made Drst, and by t'rausnoriaf -solve pleuiCDt warohnuso at about 40 Will have to be made Drst, and by the [n, I 'is'" not nortiean of hcreV Dan time 'Kaiser Bill' could get for do not ei. 'he.-e 13 a greit future ahead of this over here the ducks will have-sought i rtain fell '-in Vf iWu iS promised. in Bother la.es and pastures the Bnf snow (he following -inorning. The moisture was very welcome and' with a little moro a lot of" work would be done on the farms: price a 'lot theso days and tholf.inrjerB here are not Belling but putting' lt---ln-.: storage. till such time asr.the 'pjico becomes We.Sirst oSicred the public our TEA; MilHotvs now use it to their utmost satisfaction' steadier. K. Cooper spent 'the' week-end, Calgary... _ Haliowe'eu numerous oh Saturday coming In.ut fence gates-. removed -and busi- ness signs ;Sptne ''of the. residents -some of their outbuildings turned pver.'No re- ports of any damage'-has: lar'been heani UL. J.. It is said that MrJ T. freadway has taken unto hlciself a in the' per- son of Miss N. rallng, 'and 'intends moving up to his- farm at Crosafielii. We join in wishing Slra. Treadway. happiness -and prosperity. HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces the high cost of living by lessening of expensive meats required io supply the necessary nourishment to the body. increased yakie of bread made in the home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the attention to which it is. Justly entitled. Bread made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made .with any other. Made in .Canada UiMJ.1 IRELAND TOO LIVELY COME BACK TO ORION celebration. Tho matter Is taken up by the Sunday school, hero and hope to liave tho'.help of a wido circle of Quite i nnmber of Championites took in "Chij Chin Chow" In Calgary and report enjoying it very rnucb Among those-who wont were: Mrs. W. K. Mr. and Mrs G.'Chamberlain, Mrs. D. son, Mr. Bert McClBfe, C..IIansen.. Ou WeSh'eiday, Oct.' 2ith'George Depue-and :MiB8 Blanche Reynold, were joined tojether In the-bonds o matrimony. The ceremony took.plac .in.'Vulcan. .The officiating clergynian knowri as during the. excite- ,he do Hot etactl; know irhat- dill .Happen. A lrlp-..t Stavely, (the'hbme of the thence to Calgary followed the, event. Nobody Knew of any unusual happen- ings till a day or io ago when a chance remark let It.out. Now that .-it ;1 a known tha "boys" trad lady, friends of tho couplo arrangcil a greeting ;and a good time-was had, winding up with a dance which was attended. The A. Woods" conducted'.tho services at the Union Sun- day. home bpening- 'dwelt on the need for siichVa place in Alberta. Already ho-has ri'riumber of mother- less children in his r-.aro have nany more as as he can get >uildings up to'aeconimodate. them.- (From Oar Own Correspondent) ORION, NOT. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dlckson and family were erected by r. large company, when they alighted from the train last Tuesday uight. They had left Orion last July with the tiope of settling down ID Ireland, and farming there, but their native land proved Just a little J too lively for them, they decided to return to Orion. Martin Hassel who has been awsy working near Saskatoon, Sask., re- turned home last week. He reports that Mr. Jno.'Trnkller, who has been working In tho same district had aiel with an accident while working a horse rate with two. young horses. The -team were startled and got out of hand. Mr. Tinkller was dragged lor some distance and was, rather badly bruised, but expects to alright in a few days. Andy .Thompson while hauling wheat to town last weet had a break- down. One of the aiel3 of the wagon breaking when about ID miles from town: The 'meeting of the TJ.F.O. with Mrs. Sears as speaker .had to be postponed on -account of the. stormy weather. Tho sale of Mr. Mclntosh's south of Orion 'list Tuesday, was called off. Only a small company gathered and it seemed useless to try to dispose of the stock without some competition for. the aame'.- The Ladies' Aid of the Union church met by Invitation of Mrs. Dlliehbeck last Wednesday afternoon. Ladles'- Aid announce that on Nov. 17th, there will be .land program in the "church; the community.. On Sunday'morulng a farmer iu this district found a of 'horses at- tached to a buggy "tangled up" In a wire -Kato and although a dog was ivilh the team: no driver, could ho eeeii.'- From enquiries made it appears hat: the team-and owner both left Orion at-the paino. tJuie on; Saturday light, but company, oh'the way home, the team making 'or ono route home -and tho owner another. Thfj team had not damaged themselves ln> .their encounter with On Wednesday, NOT. 10th a meeting Is' called for those who are inte restei n making arrangements tor Christmas IT has been well said, a school teacher has more influence in1 shaping the lives of her scholars than their .cots, Hovr then, is .it that she should hare a bright, clear brain, and be strong and vigorous in order that she may give them of her best. The worry and the work, the strain and anxiety "of ar teacher's life are'such as tell severely on the nervous system. Time and again teachers have had to up good positions on account of 'a weak heart, run down health and shat- tered nerves.. l To such Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills come as a boon and a blessing.' Tlieir purpose is to make the weak heart strong and the shaky nerves firm and thua build up the entire system to full strength and vitality. Tj'StfU 9nt-. "I h4TC Milbarn's Heart and Nerve Pills for weak heart. I was so nervous I had to leave Mhoc-1 for two ycaia. After I had taken five boxes of the pills I was to go hack to my school again, feellnsr in good health." Wilbatn's Heart and Nerve Pills are SOc. a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The t..Milburn Company, Limited Toronto, Ontario WBN Xo'. i ear growing falsely In the minds of many that those who work "for mon- ey" and those who work "with money" belong to a different species, declared Ttev. Dr. Leslte In an address to members of the Presbyterian' ernod of Manitoba in session hare.'To.those with intimate knowledge, he' said, it Is quite'clear are quite hu- man, The problem Is to bring these common human to the sur- face and make them'- practical In the actual direction of Industrial lifj. Most of the difficulties in industry, asserts Dr. Pidgeon, are the outcomo of the breaking'down of Ui.p "man to man" TEBW. 'The feature of the synod meetings Is missions, emphasis being, laid on the opportunity that'awalts'Chriatiaris for devotell in .home ani foreign lands. Addresses.have been delivered t.y i'rof. A. A. Scoli, .a mis sibiiary to Jmiia and Uev. A. IS. Anil strong, associate secretary, of foreign missions of Ihu chiircli in Canada. This owning O. Young of Saskaloon. superintendent 6i mis Blona amnn.; thn wil deliver an address. David Kelly. S8 Was fotin dead in a field on .his fnrm hear Sim coe, evidently luring been attacks by a ram. "WANTED" BY BRITAIN hope tho same good luck was with the owhor_ot tho team. _ Monday, NOT. wero visited with a snow storm accompanied by strong northwest wind. At stsht tho wind dropped and tho frost was prob- ably tho sharpest .of thjs fall. The snow is 1 i-2 incKes.. PROHfBiTiON ENFORCEMENT CARRIED ST. LOUIS.1 avaU- ahle today from elections indicated that the-, referendum propo- sition on tho Etatc ivi.le prohibition :he barhed wire gate and s.eemed ndno enforcement law. by approxi- :he worse for their night out and we 'mately. ninety ttipiisand' Yptes. IH-Trtt-CR FOOD. C10TH1NG. DOCTORS. FUEL. NURSES. HOSMTW. ACCOMMODATION. nan.1 HUMAN MUCH TMAT-THIV nun ess. 'ARC UKRAINE: tK-JOHl 'VHUCtS-n Once Again, in the Cause of Humanity Study map. Typhus has seized on these war-weakened A terrible dearth of doctors, nurses and. medical supplies makes them an easy prey. They are dying like flies. -Their resources at an end, there is no hope for these peoples save from outside. The British Empire War Relief Fund his been oignniMd under the patronage of Mis Majesty the King to raise funds to combat world-threat- ening pliguei and ditlreti in these stricken The fund will be administered in Europe in co-operjlion with the League o! FUd'CroH Every dollor will be made to count, achievements in the war mtijt not be dimmed by laggard here, This iv call to common effort for humsnity that the Empire forth to ill its peoples, Canada can only give one atuwer, Daniel Sinn Fein coiiinianil- ant. wanted for the raurdtr of Major Smyth In Duhlln. A reward of .c.d tgi; fels arrest, Celebrate the anniversary of the Armistice by your thankoffering sent or taken to: The Canadian Red Cross iflpj Red Crosi Society, in your donfrjbution to your nearest local branch or to Alb.siMa O'dulliva.n Block, Calgary ;