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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Ifr, 1920, TWlETHBRIDCE British Amhasiritr to JU. S. Says Nations Must Decide Course to Take May Link Up With Farmer Party NEW YOKK', .NOV., Osiy two ioursesj--to-ope.r.allos. with its fellows in maintaining P School Christmas entertainment and committees for the same are making arrangements The Boy Sattts met at their head quarters on Tuesday evening Great preparations are being made to'make the riujsquerads ia being by the Golden Link Itebekah Lodge, in the IO QV hall lo- in orrow nlgut, one ol the best of tho (From Our Own Correspondent) Kriv. IS__Mr. J R Mc.Ki was a visitor lu Lethbridge oii Satur- day; and stayed the week-end. Mlas E. Strote, of the- Conservatory of Music, of Lethpridge, now conducts the'singing'In connection, with the Q Barons! Choral society In the Odd- fellows1 hall. Mr. Walsh, lawyer fcr Borons, Is renting the rooms over Mr. Gilbert Molr'B real estate office. After, the.cold snap of last week, we all appreciate these sunuv davs Messrs; M. McLean, J. W. Sher- wood, J. G. Parker and Miss Parfeor ail ot White Lake were'visitors In Barbas to the church board meeting aftornoon. of Barons Citizens.vent over toAVhlte Lake on this week to ,'..fliVe to. health ot Mrs. C. Thompson. We hope tor her Bpeedy recovery. Mr. J. Chlsm'was a visitor In Mac- ledd on Monday, Nov. 15th. Mrs. A. Campbell is visiting in Sas- katchewan. She Bipeds, to spend some weeks thero. WORSTED JERSEYS or ,JW The gtrmrat ever limn (ot boys the 'I.Bob pure wool wonUj Jtrtjty MADE FOR HAPD, WEAR Saves keeps the 'boy tidy, and or play, in all of i Every real boy wants a Sweater.' AJ -jU it. in: a i jrofONTO flj Lift Brndt Hwnfnit (a n Tiresnits Workers Out of Job Mr. A. Campbell was a.-visitor In on t is farm in the Claresbolm district week. this Vaumeer who has been visiting r_ -U_J n s'eason gg tinner the nus pices of the TJnUea Gturch Ladies' Aid, will be sejrred In 'I16 I OOF hall on Thursday, Nov 35th American Thanksgiving nday. Supper served from 6pm A splendid program will be rendered after sapper The regular meeting of the Women's Institute will Seel In ,the Reel room on Saturday aftilWaonrNov '20th. Mrs Thompson' enterta med tw- eral of the smaller boys and gltls on Tuesday aftenjfaAn, being her son, Kenneth's eighth? birthday Games of different kinds were played after] which a lanck ww "erred The; pretty cato its eight candles lie guests At six the little ones left for home greatly Cellshtediwith the party Mrs. Harris his spent the past ilvb weeks-visillngwllh friends in Omaha and other cfties, returned last Tuesday ?frpm', the. east visiting at Minneapolis-sind Winnipeg on her re- turn trip. Mr. J. E. Still hare mov- ed Into town for the winter and are residing- in 'the lale Dr.-. Peterson's house. Mr. and, Mrs, J. Mitchell .have .gone to Lethbridge for the ;winter as. have also-their son George and Mrs. Mit- chell aud "family. Mrs. Hoy Macgregot -wag up fromi Medlcino Hat of'days' last week. Mr. Claude'Jamieson returned from th6 coast last Friday-morning. Mis friends are pleased to see him about. once "-vt( Mr. Dunnage of- Bnrdett attended lOO.r. lodge in town last Wednesday night; Mr. W. PJ Colton waaja Tisltor In town last'iFrlday. Mr. Art MlkhelJ have gone to Roscdale to spend tho win- ter months. :'L ,Mr, Jas. -Jlurd left on Thursday evening wftH-a carload of household goods, stock, etc., for his new home near California. Mrs. Browning-who illtin Medlcino Hat for some-weeks return" cd'homo early week, feeling very much 4': Miss Hunter 6f-tne mono.store at tended the dance in Wlnnllrod last night. business visitors In Lethbridge yester- day. Ditintn-left on'Tuesday morning for Addy, Washington, for the winter months. Mrs. Diltner and family visiting her parents for.'th'eMast -August. .Flaipme, D. and liermQn 'Scb6nert..are at- Mdlng the U.F.A.'conventlou in- Medi- cine Hat. Mr. J. M. Milroy left on Monday eve- ning Head, SaBkIr. .Pa'ul Audet earned down from Lethbridge on'business yesterday and was a guest of Mr and Mrs Werls when in town, Mr. and Mri. Brentz Smith left on the eastbonnd train on Mrfn day and will TiSlt irjili -irleuuo tho. line for some months. Mr; and' Mrs. Walter' Cas well, on Wednesday; NOTJ 10th, at the home of Mrs. John Pollett, a son. Mrs. Hurlburt left yesterday-on an friends west of town. Mr. Thomasi sr.; has taken the coil- :raot for putting- in the sidewalks in throe streetB" in town. tThe street south of tho lumber yards, Xoblo and Church, street. Sir. Thomas.. Is making..the best ot tho present good weallieri' T At t'he recent; meeting' flfathe Sun- day-'school boardfiRev. Mrs. Pike were appointed delegates to at- tend the Sunday school convention in Lethbridge this.week. Mr. and Mrs. P. W; Prie'St left for Vulcan on Wednesday, where they will visit for a fetv days' this ;wcck. Mr. T. B, Hunter.of Lethbridge. was a visitor In Monduv, Nov. 16lh Mr Tibert is building a.kltdieu as in addition to his house Jthls week Mr. 'Popham ranff-family hifve moved into town and now occunvithe house where the family of Mr. lived. I Mr. Ear! Grant has' stacked np n' WASHINGTON, Nov. rotests have been eaiercu iu the British house of commons against the fed Importation, of Urge o.ua.u- Ides of United to Grwt.priUlu. in he dice of virtual stagasUou iu the i rubber to to. the de'psrlroent of A inomhRr demanded of tho Board of information as to what action he.4 baen. lu Ihe matter, adiiips that thousands oa ppsjupn (o aupply nil irdert In ihia lipe. He to His plant in the spring, and as the deraaud re- The Bowers, thai were- at the Stake Tabernacle during late con' furiiace'. that has Just, been -in stalled nt the Palace theatre was heat e.4 up for the-first time, and a large aud appreciative audienec enjoyed the oven temporaturfe, Tfhic.h more pleas iinf than either freeiing or roastipg as has.been'the case under the old stove system Lou is sure sparing no pense to make thmga comfortable and Premier k.r 0, Orury of 'Ontario, it is reported succeed Hou._ T. Cre.rar u? of the farmer party- of have taken the Olal Xeilton for Andrew Jcjiten of Aetna, had a narrow escape Monday night irhen wag irolwoeil bleating Apiece of arrot. She (B cm.of now RETURNS NOT YET AT OTTAWA iOTTAWf. ije- niB .b'ava been receiveJ from any sf tho' [our provinces which, on October. ?a to prohibit tha rapottatlon of Jlquor; b Jt everything .8 y> reidmess for tttB1 immediate tUff ot the Ogurcs oni.e the} have The chief delays occurred )n securing the resufts from aorthern points in and Albejla, naij Hwe wy elapse before tho figures received, fnjra these proiluces. Until complete figures .are .received ap4 there wll) be aswuijcement ?j> the KOVerwwwJ. Uj the vihjeli ft H-e people KJUSESBRORQflTIS W BILE (tend; the winter months. Mr. D. Molr has-bullt an addition to his bani lUjtowp., School- was closed In Barons last BIQ LOSS block between 171 street and 172 street for her man: -Mr.'and .Mrs.1 John Turner Tell, 101 10 per reduction in the St Thomas shops of the Pere Mar ijuette rallv, rtook effect Mondav OF CANADIAN GOYT SHORT SIGIGTBP Canadian ej Prass) The financial editor pf the flinej say? today that the cMi corn befng fell lij the Canadian wheat at the absence of an elective fpr their prprtmt fur nishes an pyect lesspir oE fbo shoit policy of the Bominiop eruraeut in. eslablislilng an embargp the Import pf sccarllies CWGHT then proceed to Trail iihere their three sons are'located. D. O. Wight has sold his uome (n the west'of I6wn to'hlarpiother, and has purchased the residence of O 3 Brown, who Is leaving town. A Chinook struck town Friday night 'and as" a result we are enjoying warm weather work-has teen resumed 1 Mra. Lenorb Jensen is adding the veek with her paienls Mr and VrB I Cafl Taimer Mr Oroi and rimlly ot Ht'l Spring At the best tUs. ?d.Hof it iu (haj the preyalllig high prices and Ihe penalties imposed by gs i would make. Euivpe s task (n (ood an.d ra_v. frop tho new this, season difficult Tho Dominion however sajs the writer, bv (t? action, ip shut ting qut Cjpa.diiin secupftes -nhiel- Europe Grea Britain) willing t? pu a obstacle in the way pr which is, recoiling unpleaiunllr on those responsibl'" Vfith the working o( natural BCD nomjc forces ifl a dangerous the edltpr CONSIDER TREATY WlTti TURKS IS.IMVl Turkish rea.ty betweea TurXK aqft the ajlfpd the liberated from to SJUQOUB of a Jxpn.fit proolaipi ct zeaiedy Here ,letter to Whoja it piay Conoeni >a tiff- t .tow suffering for ovef wtH brppcluti'- aid to irj Duckies 's I s pi ter the third dose 1 trc Jultl tho I jvas yerfontty v in awaking abos e asaertioa I b no m u the remedi I came in contact Jfrf Ita JJnisi Co., Twonlo a'he ongmf 1 of tii5 twtimcuiial rnj- In Been ft SI Topmto. This l tkuosaaii of Canadfin housfltolds, will give vpu suie ttat sUnfls between (yo fo health TakjMi BY THE SMOKES co Eovie.1 as the 'vwtrflen, of the 'Jalaat Pasfea, er Turkish grand vlfier, m art inter publfshtd In ers pe asserts the mijnt is directed against the lallstic oppressors ot C. Polls Close on Dec, 1 Henrilgk Pains aa't WitaM Od aW efftet.lre trattneot for kotli headacfaC and nearllgil. Rubbed ia the pain it, it the tortured and ataost.io- nriablr bHflcs rellei. Ktep snooty OD naod. VtSSt preparation to rare in the medicine thest for firtt M when the doctor .tnaybt faraway. Us holing, anti- septic qualitrel tan alwiyl be re- lied upon u pnvntM tfifnsi infection, or other Mrionf rtsulls, ADULTS l prize .1 ..4. Second 50-00 Third.pme........................... 35.00 Fourth 20.00 Consolation SCHOOL'CHILDREN, Under 16 prize Second prize....................-..... 30.00 Third prize 20.00 10.00 ConioUtion Doesn't Close It. is.not to prepare a story. All that is necessary is to have the story in possession of The Herald on Dec., TO CONDITIONS (i) .Competition will be con- Stories.muat not eiceed All 'stories must bo ly written and on ono side ot paper. (4) fn awarding marks tor marit stress will bo placed oa the particular Interest of tub contribution and the. particular narrative lorm In which'it is' written. Hegard will also ..he given to literary and grammatj- cal construction, (5) Competitors rnusl not pt- 'Uct- name to'the "upon' which story Is wrlltea. Tbo name'.and; nil (ires a are. written on a eoparato Blip of papffr. Tho.Herald reBen-os the right ;4ny "ot stories whether In the prize list or noL All contributions will remain the property of tho Herald. There will bo, tbreo Judges ap- ipolntcd .to examine nndr decide oo tho merits ot tbo contribn- tivns. Of these twtt mill he from the oulsldo, and a member of the Herald editorial staff. .Tho, decision of the judges will :in all cases be final. The competition is ope a, Tfitb- out fee1. v V V If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story Competition'Editorf'' The Hen.lJ.Leth. The Herald, ILeth ;