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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1928, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday november 24, 1923 the Lethbridge Herald Page five Essof the Day from South Alberta and Southeastern in the Jungles of Central Alberta while tracking Moose Magrath Hunters bag Fine specimens in Bush West of in fail from our own Magrath nov. 33.-Whcn Ike Sabey Jim Anderson and Cliff Whitt go Moose Lemtine together something arresting is bound to happen and it did. After spending Sonio two and a Naif weeks in the tinier West of Innisfail they returned Home sunday afternoon with three Fine specimens of Bull Moose and a Load of Christmas Trees. The party motored c Ircul to tunisian where they Cut Attol for the Hunt. From Innisfail they motored Miles West to the ranch of their hosts. O. If. Thibedeau and Steve Dutton who gave them a Royal Welcome and proved most generous and hospitable during the in i the car and truck were left at the irm Nch. Supplies were shifted to a sturdy Wagon and the party which now included messes. Thibedeau and Dut ton left the ranch and travelled by team thirty Miles further West into the thick umber and Muskeg. On november 1 it. One o Clitu it in the afternoon they camped near Swan Creek in what is called the big Burn Large area left desolate by a Lorest Jire some years ago. Fallen timbers and dead Brush Are everywhere and it Ujj a difficult area in which to Hunt. About Twenty five Miles West of Innis jail the Hunter encounters nothing but Timber and Muskeg which extend for Many Miles. Moose country nevertheless it is Moose country and the animal is perfectly at Home brows ing among the fallen dead timbers for dried vegetation. Camp being fixed the party had Din Ner and then went Hunting o churl h members feast on to key from our own correspondent. Cranbrook b. A. Nov. 23. Annual congregational supper of the United Church was held in the sunday school rooms of the Church at 7 o clock wed evening nov. 22. Up wards of 150 members and adherents of the Church attended to enjoy the Turkey Slipper and Hie musical program prepared by a committee of the men of the congregation. The musical program consisted of vocal numbers by miss Kilpatrick. Or. Harden and or. Whittington and piano selections by mrs. Robert Potter and master her Bert Potter. Once overs by c. D. V. T. Organize Board at Garden City Charles Marker Heads new organization Arthur Henson named Board master prom our own correspondent Magrath nov. The Garden City band was organized in the town Hall thursday evening november 22, at an enthusiastic meeting attended by Twenty one. Charles Barker was appointed presi u Dent of the new organization with steve1 Dutton a and Jim Anderson were j Donald Clarke vice president Glen the Camp Cooks and according to the t rest of the party they did themselves hot cakes and Bacon Coffee and syrup for breakfast each morning and Moose meat for dinner with other appetizing and satisfying food were included in a menu Fine enough for an any the party re Miller librarian and g. L. Woolf Secretary treasurer. An executive Board of three members includes mayor Ira c. Fletcher Bishop j. A. Ririe and j. Orson Bridge. A thur Henson of Cardston to con Ductor and bandmaster. Lecture on Korea Camp Cneri a i tired each night Between 9 and 10p.m. The second Day out Moose was served Amcher pastor a pcs for dinner and each Day thereafter in every conceivable Way. It was especially appetizing toasted on forked Sticks Over the hot coals. After dinner the first Day out no vember 3 the party decided to go of Iofi hit 171 Sci it i know to in wet to in Rioh inc Lyle a Csc of i 01 Vig in tcf.i1s of of i gunk and tire Little Wincie or it cot a Stock n of men is to ukr. X pee 71 in Tiptor yuck the million if Karo la cd ratio k in vim i tilt Elc of whom h a pc time by the Wrev. Vav let have Bucks til to Florio . Church at Magrath under construction edifice being built by first Ward plenty of class rooms Magrath Council sets november 26-29 As dates for big civic Pride will co operant a. Yeh and no. Claresholm College news and gos8ip from Hall and Campus George Howden Heads student fall term dance from our own correspondent Claresholm nov. H. A. Craig Deputy minister of agriculture and supervisor schools Sci tool on Friday. To there personally inspected the various de Parthenis while at worked satisfaction wik the s and express school in Gen snowfall on Friday night put saturday afternoon s Rugby game with he High school off the program. The was not wasted however As the Hunting and lose no Opportunity Orins in a Moose. The Magrath Trio started out to Gether and decided to separate each taking a different direction into the Jungle with tie understanding that each one would turn to the right into lost horse Coulee in the late after noon which would provide a direct route Back to Camp. Not being with the coun try Sabey got into Moose Creek in a Stead of lost horse Coulee. On wrong Trail sensing that he was travelling in the Pirrong direction he continued Down the Creek bed until dark hoping to find some clue As to his whereabouts. He shouted but no answer greeted him he travelled about two Miles Down the Creek then signalled for the Camp with his Rifle. No answer he two Miles Furtner Down the Creek but still no sign of Camp nor sound of friends. He decided to wait front our own correspondent pinched Creek. Nov. Bers of the United Church enjoyed a real treat in wednesday evening when the pastor Rev. G. A. Villett showed a series of slides picturing Korea along its mountains and pastoral scenes depicting the marvellous growth and Suc Cess of the missionary work in that land and showing the great need for further development. Or. Villett gave entrancing word pictures of the scenes As they were screened. Until the stars came out in order to get his directions straight. Later on searching the heavens he discovered he was going North and turned in the direction he thought would take him Back to Camp. After walking about two and a half Miles he signalled once More for Camp. The rest of the parly had All returned to Camp and after allowing a reason Able length of time for Sabey to return they had become anxious to his whereabouts. Open hearing his signal for help they answered immediately with Rifle fire. And the Lone Hunter lost in the Muskeg with ears trained to notice the slightest sound Felt a thrill go through him As he heard those Welcome answer ing shots. The answering "shot.-, came from a southerly direction. The same As that being followed by the lost Hunter. After walking about two Miles farther South he noticed a Light and thought it to be the campfire. On approaching nearer it proved to be Steve Dutton a lantern out searching for him. What a thrill he Felt As he approach cd his Friend and said Steve j thought that Light was the Cam Pirp it looked Lite a High Candle Power Searchlight to 1 Sieve you re three Miles from Camp guiding themselves Back to Camp by the Friendly stars they arrived safely about eleven o clock. Everybody bustled around to make him comfortable find give him a Good supper after which the party turned in for the night tired but satisfied the first exciting adventure of the Hunt tucked away in their memories never to be forgotten. But More thrills and adventures set a item the party. Next morning they started out again and the first Moose to be taken by one of the Magrath Trio was shot by Jim Anderson just South of Camp but his companions also were successful i bag Ging excellent specimens. Picture Butte child is paralysis victim from our own correspondent picture Butte nov. Spread is the sympathy for or. And mrs. George Russell in the sudden death of their baby boy last saturday evening. Although the a Willil Imu been under the doctor s observations for Sev eral Days he did not develop dangerous symptoms until a few hours before death which said was due to infantile paralysis. Or. And mrs. Russell although t by have been in this coun try Only a few years have won the Good will and esteem of a Host of friends who feel most deeply for them in their sorrow. No new cases of Scarlet fever have been reported this week and those Al ready ill Are progressing favourably. Deek eludes capture from our own correspondent leav1tt, nov. A Fine Deer was seen last week on the ranch of Albert Brown just cast of Leavitt. Ben Wood came out after it. He succeeded in tracking in on to the Reserve hut could net find it. It War again seen Friday night by Alfred Leavitt near the old Archibald Home ged it yet. But no one has bag Mountain View notes i from our own correspondent Mountain View nov. To or. Ami mrs. If. Kinly at the card off of to getting even i prom our own Granum nov. Thompson who lost several sheep is making a very Success Ful counter attack on the Coy otes. He has already killed nine the Aid of his Necic Bors hum to or. Ami mrs. A. O. Lie son it flip in Lin Iii a. Girl. Mr.-. O. B. West has moved to Moun i lain View for the Winter in order Ihal. Her children will get Llu Hel Clit of school. To. X. West Lias also moved to he Village for Hie Winter months so lie children will get the Benefit of a Cleril miss Stella 1 Siul o cards toll. Is spending to few Days with her sister mrs. 11. Neville. Will soon he under Way. Fall term dance preparations for the regular . Fall term Ilance Are under Way and everything will be in readiness for the usual big crowd on Friday evening nov so the committees in charge of invitations decorations music and supper have Tho details of their work planned and everything Points to one of the Best dances Ever put on at the invitations Are going out this week to friends of the students and the school. Allex students Are admitted without Tho formality of invitation. Saturday night s literary meet was a slip the departure from the Ordi Ary in that it was really planned Lor Tho Benefit of the first year class. These neophytes having gone through Many trials Anil tribulations since their arrival at c.s.a., were taken into the commence i Ilia lieu in mature student body and made to feel a. Part and parcel of a real institution. Or. Howden and miss Barlow Lepric Setins the sophomores made Clear Tho purposes underlying Initia Tion. They assured the freshmen and tres Hettes that although such Cere monies had their origin during uie dark Ages a Point on which there was full their recent persecutions were for Tho sole purpose of putting every student Oil a basis of Equality Anil . Or. Bonn then spoke on the important place the literary society held in student Lite at the school am outlined Tho students duty to the organization. Or. Dander spoke briefly regarding hits prizes and scholar ships offered for proficient work Dur ing Tho term and the. Attitude that chill student should take in this re Spect. The p. Burns Fuho warship of which is Given each veal for general proficiency in agriculture and Home economics in the first year was then awarded to Lawrence kill diff of Tabor Ami miss Etla Frank of Frank Harg. Who were considered to have benefited most. From the course and at 1119 same time contributed the most to All student activities. The taller the Reading it Tho by j. followed Anil the number though there was very close Competition for several offices. Messes. How Den Kirkhoff and King handled the polls most evidently and results of the balloting were completed Darius the evening. The following is the list of officers for the ensuing term student Council honorary principal. I Harker Howden. Hindley dict i Wuhu. Representatives first. Year. Con Nolly. Literary Kirk Hoff. Athletic e. King. Literary society honorary w. S. Benn. From our own Magrath nov. Magrath first. Ward is erecting a spa Eiklid new j latter Day saints Church in Ilin prop erty adjoining the Assembly Hall which has served them As i commodious Church for the past fifteen years. The Assembly Hall has been in Rcd nto a gymnasium and Community in certain Merit and dancing Hall but is also used for Church purposes until the new building is ready for occupation. Hie new Church will be of fancy Brick construction about 127 feet Long by 52 feet wide and will be modern in every detail. Beautiful modern architecture will feature the outside of the building also ornamental windows. A drainage system has been installed and a sewage system will be included. The basement will contain besides the boiler and Coal rooms four Fine class rooms a Large Assembly room which May be divided into three class rooms with a Small stage in the real Tor Church entertainments. A baptismal font will be included in the basement also lavatories. To main Assembly room on the ground floor will seat Between 250 and 300 people. A Verandah features the approach to the building with a commodious vesti Bule inside the building. The choir will be seated behind the pulpit and Rostrum in Semi circular seats. Room is provided for both piano said Organ. A gallery at the rear of the main As _ Sembly room will seat Between 90 and Ico people. F. B. Rolfson. Of Raymond is the architect. The approximate Cost when completed will to about All work is being done under the direct supervision of the Bishopric Levi George and w. H. From our own magma in Xiv. Tim regular Spini monthly o Lown Riim in was held i a Puli in the Lii ill. In yer la i c. Ktut Click and All a Minaril were pres ent. The principle o Tho eve Ning the of for a gravel id lie held november 2h, -7. And 2h. I Lle Una Ruiu Mittie Karl Haiker i1. Lii skin and Norris Hhall Lifavi i Urark in . It in proposed to Llu read from Larry s we arc hip. Klin Road from Enton in i tin Bank of Montreal in hip liter of town. A government trader is Busy at present filling Litulu i the said name of til to i i p. Inon Lon before Llu Mallei can to fully Deri Clcil. I unit til Street is vested i town it mat Ruth Hie .11 in 11 Ihu land in Aid is above interested part if ranging from i a 111 motion thu r. K. Is Reni Fth Iii ill Creek near win Kaiui replacing it wit i a syp Lum. Tie lumber in the flume i Otoi nth for smile. The. Intr of Mugalli will buy feet of this Al Sll in per thu Sand . This lumber will be. Used for Culvert work Bridge Ete. I. Olf Opl. And preparing the Road for the gravel. Lahn 11. Bridge has charge of the grading outfit. Solicitor p. D. Clarke of Lethbridge was present representing messes. D. Holliday Myron Harker in ii. Bing Ham and 0. S. Matkin. The Council was requested to give consent to withdraw from the town certain hauls across the canal on the South mde of town belonging to the above panics. A Long discussion was hold am matter discussed pro Anil the chief item of the discussion concerned mrs. J. S. Parker Dies in Salt Lake from our own correspondent.1 Mountain View nov. Death of mrs. Of. S. Parker occurred at her Home in Salt Lake City Utah Fri Day november 1g. She was the daughter of James h. Davids and Ruth Call Davids and was born at Bountiful. Utah March in 1s70. She cams with her husband to Canada ill i july settling at Mountain View lived Here in years Illi lil and since then had lived at Salt Lake the roads Between these lots. A City. Tho above mentioned property is used As farm land and in roads arc fenced off Between the lots although they have been legally surveyed. The Council was undecided As to wifi their the roadways were town provincial properly. It was finally moved that an application be made to withdraw All said lands South the canal from the there Are left to mourn her r husband and ton Childr Pii. Light of Mic children live in Salt Lake City Utah and mrs. A. and .1. A Parker Are Farmers of the Mouru i Fain View District. I the application will have to go by to to utile lips i onion Mission in de Wood. Eagle Sham. Representatives Barlow. First year Wight. First year Kirkhoff. Second year Wood. A scout year e. King. Athletic association honorary a. J. Har per. E. King. Conrad. Secretary treasurer Gien Swar Brick. Representatives first year Wylie. Second year Baric. First year Richardson. Second year mat son. Tattler staff eagles Bani. Representatives w. S. Carlli. First year Munner. Second year Malm. First year Kindt. Second year Branson. First year Home economics f Onnolly. Milo. Gulfs ten. Second year Home economics Ella Barlow. Lillack Lorn. Alma Malm. First year agriculture Wood. Alien. Enlil in. Second year agriculture Howden. Lawrence Kir Lydioff. K. King. Successful auction Sale from our own correspondent ready made nov. Wahl held his auction Sale wednesday having a favourable Day and a Good crowd of Tang Good results. This Community regrets very much to see or. And mrs. Wahl leave our Community As or. Wahl has always taken a great interest in All Community affairs. Or. Beebe has rented the farm and will move there shortly. Brigade quells Blaze from our own correspondent Cher Creek nov. 22. Mrs. To Chasseur started a Blaze to clean out the grass and weeds in her Yard this morning thursday but on account of in Strong wind she very soon lost con re of tie fire. The fire Siren was Nyrl in Short order the Bri i Cade Iid the fire extinguished. 0 in Success uni aging by the applause with which it received. The program closed Community singing under the leadership of or. Ben. And a marked improvement in the general Harmony of inc slithering was notice Abl. Or. His car to the ground. Ill lend As it were Lurins this phase to and made copious notes. F l we expect to hear More of his observations in the near future. The ten ing of put everyone in trim for the dance which terminated a very pleasant evening. E. K. Eisenh incr paid us a grief visit on thursday. In in interview Eric stated that things never looked Heller around the school. Miss Mclntyre. Was the guest of Mien min Iii Holmes in Vulcan sunday last. There will be Tho customary liter Ary program Anil Ilance at the school on saturday night to which the pub Lic Are cordially invited. The pro. Gram will commence at . Staff Ami students of the. School join in or. And mrs. Buchan in on Lam arrival of a son on wednes Day. Elections the students annual elections took place on tuesday inc polls being open 1 Rani one to one thirty . I input was not exactly Oil developments considerable Vulcan Money is being used to develop Field u. F. A. Membership drive Crystal Lake from our own correspondent Crystal Lake nov. Regular meeting of the u. F. A. Was held at Crystal Lake school on wednes Day with h. Lyon the president in the chair. It was arranged to have a membership drive two teams being chosen headed respectively by h. Lyon and w. Kirk the losers to provide a supper to the winners. The seniors decided to offer a prize to the school children grades Vii. Viil in. And a in an essay Competition the subject to be the Industrial development of from on own correspondent Vulcan nov. Vulcan people have been visitors at Turner Valley since Kalta came in to such wonderful production. They have All been loud in their praises of this new wonder Well which they claim is even better than Royality no. 4. There is not any great amount of Kalta Stock in this District but a few Lucky ones arc chuckling to themselves Over their sagacity in obtaining tyls Stock when it was Low. Turner Valley develop ment is always keenly watched locally because of the very considerable amount of Oil stocks held Here. The majority of Stock is in the Vulcan com Pany and a considerable amount in the Spooner company As Well As Many of the other companies. In fact the development of the Field As anticipated will bring a Good Deal of wealth to this town and District. The Vulcan people were among the first to interest themselves in Turner Valley after no. 4 Royality came in and have the advantage of being in on the ground floor in several companies. Fall work on farm advanced at Barnwell Canadian products stressed at meeting of stand off Institute prom our correspondent Macleod. Nov. Standoff women s Institute certainly go in for variety at their meetings. According to reports their last meeting was Evi Dently under the auspices of the younger set of the District. Tie in Terest in these country meetings among the women South of Macleod is keeping up in wonderful style for at this meet ing there were 30 members present. The meeting was held at the Home of mrs. Walter Loyst and was opened by the usual exercises. Miss Eda Johnson was the convenor of the meet ing and she gave a most interesting paper on Canadian the amount of information which she gave in the paper and the manner in which she handled the subject was a Surprise to some of the older Heads of the Institute. Miss Agnes Cyr Sang Silver and miss Dorothy Carruthers Sang the Good old song the Gipsy s these Are two of the Young artists of the Institute who will be heard from again. Miss Ruth Johnson read the current events and the Roll Call was answered by All present including the giving their Ages which ranged from one to 65 years. After closing the meeting lunch was served by the hostess mrs. Loyst who was assisted by mrs. Young and mrs. Skelding bringing to a close a most delightful Auer noon. Prom our own correspondent Barnwell nov. Inch of snowfall that came last Friday eve Ning was a gentle reminder of Winter but it has now passed Over and gone. Fall blowing is even being continued again. Irrigating Lias finished for the year however As the water was turned out of All districts last Friday morning. The weather this fall has permitted considerably More farm work being done preparatory to Spring than usual. One great hindrance to the Farmer this season has been the Lack of elevator room and thus Grain is piled around in the Fields preventing the usual clean up by livestock and general Handicap. Vulcan Hospital Matron is ill from our own correspondent Vulcan alta., nov. Wil lows lady superintendent of the new municipal Hospital to be opened Here shortly was taken ill suddenly thurs Day with appendicitis. She was rushed to Calgary and operated on thursday at the Calgary general Hospital. Her physicians report that she is getting along nicely. A. B. Flood of Claresholm son of a. J. Flood of Vulcan was operated on in Calgary Early in the week for toxic goitre. Or. Flood was quite ill after his operation but is improving steadily and his Early recovery is anticipated. He is a patient at the holy Cross hos Pital Ca Gary. Plan annual Bazaar from on own correspondent Magrath nov. First am cond Ward primary associations vill hold their annual Bazaar Chicken upper and dance november of in be Assembly Hall at 3 . Bazaar at Nobleford from our own correspondent Nobleford nov. Satur Day nov. 17, the ladies Aid held a very successful Bazaar and Sale of work in the Village Hall realizing the sum of the ladies have several articles left Over which would make useful Christmas gifts. These May be purchased by anyone interested applying to the ladies Aid. The members of the society Are to be congratulated on the splendid work they Are doing. Last Spring they set out to raise the sum of towards the Church debt and they already have this sum to their credit. The ladies wish to thank the District for the Gen Erous support they have been Given during this year. Auction Sale having received instructions from Anderson and Carlan i will sell by Public auction at the farm of Louis Audette 4 Miles and 3 Miles North of Granum and 7 mites South and 1 mile West of Claresholm being Section 23, Range 11, township 27, w. 4th m., on wednesday nov. 28 commencing at a.m., the following horses machinery furniture Etc. 20 head work horses broken 1 Saddle and buggy horse 6 wagons 2 Grain tanks nearly new 1 two wheel dump cart 2 triple Wagon boxes 2 Deering binders in Good shape 2 Van Brunt double disc drills 2 ten foot cultivators 1 double disc Deering 1 double disc Cockshutt 3 John Deere 14-Inch gang plows 5 sections harrows with cart 1 Democrat 1 Light Sleigh 1 bundle rack 1 Stone sled 18 sets work harness 1 set single harness 1 Stock Saddle 25 horse collars 1 pair chips 1 Emrih outfit 1 Post Drill 2 screw vises 2 anvils set Dies and taps and other tools shovels Forks Gas Grain Pickler double Trees four and six horse hitches. Household table five leaves Kitchen Cabinet 3 Beds and Springs 1 child s bed 1 Dresser 5 chairs 1 Rocker 1 washstand 1 Delaval Cream separator no. 12 1 washing machine 1 Heater Quantity of potatoes 28 loads Green feed and numerous other articles. Lunch will be served terms Cash no Reserve Anderson Carlson owners. R l. Hackett auctioneer. Phone 3448, Lethbridge. Co Dowsley land Agency phone 2809 Mother on coast ill from on own correspondent.1 Champion nov. Button was called to Seattle last Wick his Mother being seriously 111. Goes to los Angeles from our own correspondent Champion nov. Ina May in Minn in it for Loa Angeles Cal Turula of Munday. Auction Sale farm Stock and equipment having received instructions from the owner i will offer for Sale by Public auction and without Reserve at the farm being the South half Section 30, township 13, Range 22, w of 4th m., being mile South and 5 Miles East of car Mangay thursday. Nov. 29 Sale commences at o clock Sharp 21 horses 6 cattle k hogs 7 Brood sows 2 tank wagons Grain 2 bundle wagons water tank on gear engine and grinder on gear 2 double discs sulky plow 14- n. 2 John Deere gang plows 14-in. 2 cultivators Large cultivator single Garden cultivator new Mower and Rake set Spring tooth har. Rows set Dray harrows weeder 2 binders new water tank and Tower 1000 feet Gal. Pipe 60 pieces no. 3 tubing 16 sets of harness single buggy manure spreader Cream Separ. Avor new 2 wheel Barrows Mill and Roll of hog wire Vise and Drill 3 Oil Drums feed Cutter 4 sets of Doubletree and single Trees 2 sets of Lead bars 3 Bee hives and frames shovels Forks rakes and hoes water barrels pails and sprinklers chains bars and Small tools press seed Drill 18 run 2 screw jacks Corn cultivator Grindstone and Frame heating stove Rumely separator John Deere trac Tor 18-30 Banting greyhound separator 26-in., nearly new. Terms announced at time of Sale Cook stove 4 Beds Springs and mattresses 1 dining table and sideboard bed room set floor covering Large pantry cupboard. Terms Cash free lunch no Reserve William Oliver owner. R. L. Hackett auctioneer. Phone 3448, Lethbridge. Co do Wiley land Agency phone 2805

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