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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PJfGE TWELVE 'i'HK'liKTHBlUJJUiij US-JUt- ncifttt.ljl.1 L-'HIDAY, N.OVEMBER 12, -192! ed the schools on Thursday. Mr. tYed IVasB returned on Friday from a business trip to Lethbridge. Mr, atid Mrs. F. C. Coates returned from a trip to Calgary on ftiday. i of Calgary, t.33 a Miilor ng tho week. _. __ ._..' from lowu attended tho dance given at the Melford school on I Friday night. ._, IV. Sthvallen o! Sweet Grass, was Thought Man Locked visitor in town on Friday. Admitted He j yf- Leffingwell returned from a T, j o i. lfiu io Werner ou Thursday. Engineered bche_me. M, Turner-of Letubrldge, was a i weekend visitor in town. Mr. Geo. Sleeter returned on Tues OTTAWA. Illinois, Nov. ing that F. J. Carey, teller, had been locked In a heavy safe by bandits, of- day from a business trip to Leth- b ridge. Mrs. night to release him. On the vault tolas opwea, Carey. WWW missing. A Miss-Burrows, illss onj toid wards were able io blown modern sate. gave himself up yeslcr- aftair .hlaiss'.i.. Practically, money'has lieea recovered. the O'rom Our Own Correspondent) MIL-K KIVKR, Nov. ther be tightening its grip 011 iis, .in. Decisions! snow storm' and frosty uightr., It is n great improTomqat en that of a year ago... A farewell .party in Klien's hall on Friday eveains vras tendered Mililriid. Gcrirado and Pauline :Pros- Ifft on Saturday for Letb- nrldgc where ther Intend to rcside-for the winter. Prosser left for Lethbrl'Jse on rriday. Mrs. Dah O'Conncll and Miss Mary returned from a visit with Mrs. at Lethbridge on Thursday. solidaled school left ou Wednesday 10 attend the teachers1' convention at Lsthbridgo. Services wllljbe held in the Catho- lic church-on. Sunday.. Eeryleea were held by Ihe Lutherans ia Iho schdol on Sunday. (From Our Own Corresuondent.) WARJJEn, Nov. cold weather has been the order for the past weak. Light falls of snow accom- panied by frigid Uien followed by a few days of warm sunshine, have tera playing tag with each other over I tho race of tho week. As result tho 'grain-haulers arid.the telephoae crews eondder themeeivea the particular "goal'' of Providence. You Mm Mm fcu am! slrocj. Then live him a pure Isrsw ty his LB j. Lrt him rvmp with tJ( Mi M LONDON, Nov. British'Ar- uieuiaii cemmlttee has received (ele-, jrjms frr-ni announcing, lhal tho ArmenlanB have suffered a calami- ions defeat at the hands of the Turks AGREED TO JOW IN PROTECTION AGAINST HUNGAUY BELORADE, Nov, text of tho defensive conveatlou concluded between Serbia (Jugo-Slaria) aud zecho-SIgvakia ou August 14 has been made uubllc. It provides that in the unprovoked attack by Hungary, oil either parly to the -orth Its weight In gold." Tanlac Is sold in' by J Co., Deng- (Kroin Our" Own Correspondent) MANYBB11R1BS, Nov. U. Nattress baa bought the Hvery barn. jThe town ia to be congratulated in 'having tho best barn man In Ihe south I country'lake hold ot'thld industry. Manyberries always, leads. 1 The general principle o! makin? j laws by Iho of the referendum j sure got a black eye: In tha liquor I vote. Only ono out ot three voted or important question. Aiul It K he'jiveat Issne aleo. We -wero the only town on the girln; a dry nalorlty.' Tho general Jmpres3fon seemed.lo bo that il Is a wasU or ,Ime lo go to the polls till we i government that will at least mate some pretense of an effort to enforce he laws. At last we are getting a principal for our school. HE will he In on the nex :rain. The masquerade, OD Hallowe'en In epltc ot tho storm tho best Ihlni of Its sort ever seen in the Eoutl country. The'gaiety- was pleasanll: crowded. And Iho costumes were th beat ever seen In the south, and nr never excelled any plsco. Messrs Muiiro, Billy Hath and Battlsby ear tied off the honors amongst thn me and Miss Tory Duncan nnd Miss Nea bll secured ,lhe money, amongst th ladies.. But In placing'Iho prizes th judges were free lo admit lhat.ll wa literally six of one and half .1 doie of the other. Harlcy Kessler an Miss (Jrovcr furnished tbo niu nnd It could not have been mor pleasant. Federal officers appeared here yc: terilay and prosecuted S. IX Barllel for violating the Narcotics act. C. P. 11, Superintendent, MaeKIn tosh was down from Lethbriilge th week. He had time to interview on of our citizens and expressed a deslr to make the-railway service fit Ih wants of Manybcrries. The Orion orchestra and Mr, D Jordan are giving a grnn6 brill In th Gaiety on the lllti inst, This will tin bi> a. real event sines Is a combining ot Iho forces of th two liveat towns on (fio line. Anyon wishing to real enjoyable old tlm ilanco will be out. And It Is the in- lenlion to make thin an annual affair ih commemoration of tho greatest event In history. Mr. .Tohn Fk-mlnp, who had so rmr- row an escape from death by a cave-1 in when digging coal recently, Is now i improving nicely. His broken shoul- der has recovered but hhs foot still distresses him considerably. The town is surely to bo congratu- lated. Tho commissioner for the dls- WASHINGTON, Nov. United States 'elate department ma'do -Inquiry. yesterday: of. the. British government as to whether any United States citizens have" been injured in.-the disturbances'-' Ireland. Press dispatches re-" ported recently that one had been wounded and it assumed that action of the. department ed upon the report. The form of the inquiry 'was rot disclosed..- TWO MINUTE STOP ON-ARMISTICE- DAY MONTREAL, Nov. Kel- ly, president' of Ihe :Grand today Arm: algc duttu MBS JimliellL IO IU iltrnua Ul .rt.llii- er address. But 'unfpftuna'.ely, thellstice Day, November 11; a two-minute growers asked permission to I cessation, of "all activities, shall'take old their directors' meeting in the all before the speaking. esenled that they .-would. but few minutes. However, -when their ellberationE dragged on for hours the rpwd began-to ha U.O.G. had finished the crowd and peaker had gone. -Was a.real pity s Mrs. Sears gave .evidehce'of talent. place from 12 noon to two minutes past 12. CANVASS FOR McGIU. IN MOXTREAh, nounccd at McGill 'College headquarl- the launching' of the a'ppcal in ers last night that courtesy to boti the" speaker and Montreal nest Monday o the audience, some whom had ome many milesV: demanded more 'ipitghtful treatment. .The Ice on the dam formed In nn- aually good shape. And 'it is just bin enough to add special thrills to hating. We understand that one'pt our oil- sens figured as principal in a very irofilablc laud transaction recently. It is pleasant to have Mrs. Hurt and amily back in their old home In Jlown. Mr. William C. Ti-ainer has rented he, blacksmith shop from Mr. Chllds. ilr. Chllds will the camps in U.C. The amateur Dramatic club will put on a play in the Gaiety aj. some "com- paratively early date.' We bespeak for .his an unqualified he undertaken through-the" medium of the graduate branch societies and j other means in various 'centres em-i bracing Canada, the United' Stales, England and France. U. S. STEEL TONNAQE. NEW YOIlk, Nov. monthly tonnage rcpsrt of the United Stales Steel corporation, inade public here today, shows tons of unfilled Orders on hand on October 31. This is a decrease of tons from last month's unfilled orders which totalled tons. These 'figures represent tho successive decline ,ln sleel unfilled I orders since last Jtiiy, reducing them approximately Eo those -reported last March when they were tons. Middle Women ehould. .taVa yarning from such symptoms as best flashes, shortness ol brealb, excessive and tlio blues indicaW llio apiiroacli of Iho inevitable Cliaiigc that comes to all womeu Hearing middlo ago. AVo have published vol- umes of proof that lydia E. Mnkham's Vege- table Compound is the greatest aid can have during this trying period. Jtcad About These Two Women: Tramont, VI Vas pisslnc through the critical period ot liffl, fortr-sU yesrsqf hul all ttio torasincltlent to that heat flashy, cerro and in getctal lon-doirn conditiorr, so was h.M.i lot roa to do my I.ydlA E. Flnkham'j Ycgctibl Compound wu to me as tho remedy loi my tiQQolM, which il surety jiroTed to J ftel Ut- ter and ftrcmgcr in eTeiy alace tlkln? il, tbe an- nojing lymplomj IIITO Gocotir. 1., Fremont, Oblo. Cikinj. "Dmlor Life, in addition to ttt annoyinc tympUmii I hid an KtMk o! luttt M winter nod telt mo hit at times 1 would ttorcr ba well again. 1'isaJ ol tjrIliB.-rinllham'sVelolalile Compound anj R (or women passing llirongh Cljuige o( LMe; ta I ipl'l mj doctor! l.-y it, I Boon began to gain IL itrenp '.U ftcd the annoying Ajmptoma dbippearei] And y' tabte Compound bu znado mo a noil, slrosg w my own housework. .1 cannot rocomme VtctlaUo Componhd loo ntghlj to pMsltiij ihiouga Ihe Cliango oi Mrs. IltajoV, 1316Monlh OKliidaStttel, Ifrlana, 111, IVpmcn Everywlicre Depend Upon AUCTION SALE THEREVWILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, 3RD ST. S., LETHBRiDGE ON SATURDAY, NOV. 13TH A .nvKibar of Wort- Horses, 3 to 9 years old, weight from! 1200 'to 1600 tome good Colts, 1 to 3 years old some good Cows. Also double harness and other 'x, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, A inty be defied If rontise Ac Peps tab- let la the mouth, powerful medi- are re- leased in Ihe f o fumes. These Inhaled with the breath and come Into direct con taut with the bronchial tubes lungj in way that mcdi- into the ctomach cannot possibly do. By this direct Peps not only strengthen protect any weak spot inchest or give immediate relief to those suffering from bronchitlc, asthma, night- congh, etc. All dealers ox Co., Toronto. Me. boa, 3 for Send this odver- tlsement and Ic, fot postage to Pepi Toronto, and re- ceive free trial package. U.S." AND EUROPE .was an- AUCTION SALE s" OF PUR1E BRED STOCK CONSIGNED TO'C'APT. T. THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the Palace Lhfeiy- Barn, 2nd Ayeniie South, Lethliridge ON THURSDAY, NOV. 18TH COMMENCING AT 1, O'CLOCK SHARP SO HEAD OF COWS AND in calf and with Ages 3'to'7 years. of the and some of'the best bcsJ Hegistered Shorthorns, topped, nil selected" stock; 9 HEAD REGISTERED ani Some In calf and some with calves at foot. 4 REGISTERED SHORTHORN to S yean old. SELECTED number of choice Ilomney Marsh and Kanibbulette breeds, from 1 to 3 years old. 1 REGISTERED CLVbELSTALLiON, rising two-yeira old. 2 REGISTERED CLYDESDALE MARES; 6-years.old, In fo'il, cht 3200" Ids. VV TERMS CASH T. E. ROBSQN; RER. B. MORDEN ASSIGNED FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY TH.E TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., AUTHOR- IZED TRUSTEE, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTIOM- ON SATURDAY NEXT, NOV. 13TH COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK The whole of the slock In trade of the above named assignee, THE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE. ON THE PREMISES, 526 13TH ST. NORTH The stock, which Is both clean and .up-to-date, comprises rot >jnly a.full line of Groceries, but also Boots and Slices for Men, Women and Children in the latest atylti and first class manufacture, (lubbers, Felt Boots, etc., etc. r: uvvuo ds Comprise Women's Wear Both outer and under garments; also children's. A full ling of Crockery and Glass 'Ware will also come under the hummer. Thla Is without doubt a really sensational opportunity for ths public to stock tip .In Groceries, Dry Gtoodt, Boots, shoes, etc., and In those clays of high prices will prove a positive boon to the people of Lethbrldgc. .The Trustees have put Frank Waddlngton In charge to clean up In the shortest possible time. a supply of change with you. We shall be too busy lo make change and you will be able to pay for the goods as they are knocked down t? you. Provide yourselves with baskets or grips to carry home your bargains. REMEMBER, HE SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE. Carey Safe, Scales, Cheese Cu Her, Toledo Scales, Roll Top Desk, Remington Typewriter, ford Truck and De- livery Wagons will he sold by auction after the stock '3 disposed of. Advertisement will appear In due course. FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER IN CHARGE ;