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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I" EIGHT THE LETHBREDGB DAILY. K SATURDAY, ?toVEMBER 27, 1920 -CENTRE OF RICH MIXED FARMING DISTRICT- PERTENEm FACTS ABOUT CARDSTON Cardston Is a town cf some 1000. J is theWeatern terminus home territory. ._', 'The BMriJ of ,-ul- answer Cardstou is a town of beautiful (ail canuiries about mixed homes, modern puiilie and iiig'u farming section ot Suuny Southern schools, excellent churches and inaoy Alberta. fine natural rcsfiurces. i Cardston has a gravity wat- er system second to none iu the West. She has a municipally-owned electric! Alight system. Cardstou lias a large flour rail! ujvn- (Hi and operated by !lie Ellison Alllllnc company. Siio .lias adequate elevator end storage capacity. Cardsfou is well supplied with busi- iiess houses of evc-ry description. This town is the business centre for many towns to the west. south aiid north, j such as Calihvell. Mountain Vievi-, Leavitt. Ximbalt, Talk Phipps and Spencer For Mayoralty s, Gle.nwooi! and woolfort.- Cflrdstou Is well sunplicd with pav- Who will bo the neit mayor Caught within a few tvotirs' motor trip from These.are Card- ston youngsters, but they are not the only ones to have stood up alohgilde fish of this i1 ct nine, five, or which, shall bo tho representatives .of non-mandatory na- tions. PORTUGUESE PREMIER RESIGNS IJBSON, Decaslro, Portugueie premier, submitted resignation of hie cabinet ft.rwuit of a vote of lack.of iu parliament. Tho Vote" siood 35 In iuf- port of the government to '63 aftlnBt it, and the eenslon concluded 1e disorder. As ihe date for the nomination of ed s'dewalks jcaudlilatPs near interest in Cardston has four hanks. Montreal, i municipal politics is increasing. I AJnlon and auci-tbe Cardslouf contest this yearand company, and they are all doing, it is tliai there will bo a short! a prosperous business. I bui snappy, campaign. H.; E. I'hipps I ________ Cirdston Ins Ine branch of tho'who has had much eiperienco m l> F V jaldermainc capacih, has thrown his Has Several Verj High Class Cards'iou finished building a few] hat. lit llj'e field as an opponent dfj yais lublic and high Mark Spenccf, manager oC the Card school. H is efficiently, governed and sloii- Hardware and ei-mayor stalled. 1 of the town. Cardston lias :i municipally-owned iospilaU well equipped and giving Cardstou -has a 'Dominion Customs Ofliee and Court House. The latter a stone slntunre throe, "hotels, opera house, theatre a newspaper public r'ecreatioiial grounds ami. other advautoges Three aldermen and three members of-.the. school .board are to he elect- yet no .ou.e has entered the There .are .strong rumors afloat that ik. forthcoumg elections school severe women, in. tho fie'd (The ;women'3 .cluhs are active in this direction. Chief.; Justice: (it the -city TLo ol prizes I court ol Dulfalo, hes ruled that tho at the- InteniMional harmlngj cries of a baby are no legal reason for Congress at fethhridge in 1913 Fair Park o.ustiug I house a tenant au apartment Musital Organizations In a tuusicml way Cardston has al- ways stood -high Biuong 'iown'B and cities ot tho province.' Tlie divine art in this district forms an integral part of tho comuiunit> The churches the samzations encoVrage "if public or This foster CARDSTON PERSONALS (From. Oar Own Correspondent) 25. Seymour Smith of Mountain View left for Utah this morning.; He will .visit ivith friends and -relatives and on :his turn1 will, be accompanied by his wife, who has be4n visiting her grandmother hi St: since OctobeK 51r. and Jlrs.lSam Webster, form- erly of View, left to attend their Bert, -who Ih In lug of music in the past is now rich ly hearing fruit. .Music h'as" reached a high slate of the 'Card- Eton district and its reiinmg influenco is felt in every avenue of the'comrnuh- itr'lite AN EXCLUSIVE, HIGH-CLASS WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY AND ARE THEREFORE ABLET TO QUOTE YOU ------SURPRISINGLY ATTRACTIVE PRICES------ Cardston Trading Co., Ltd CARDSTON, ALBERTA evening in the I, D S labernicle special programs largely (musical, are given, to these song servic Hundreds flock The choir ami the: Bert-joined the U. S. army "and will be stationed In Arizona -shortly, Mrs. Fanny ,'Caldwell was the ' of birthday party-given' by her children at the homo of her sonr W H Caldwell Grandma baa reach the venerable of 80 jeais, and still sprj and- hearts All of her children re- side.In Canada were present: t Herr who lell fromjhe scat fold while working iu the "flnple IB doing nicelv and it is expected that bis most serious injury is bis arm which' was in two -If this is the case he will be around In a days LONDON, Nov. As- sociated tho course oi the debate iu the house of lords last night Earl Curaon declared that what Ire- land was' demanding was not fiscal autonomy, but political independence. Fiscal declared the for- eign secretary, "rulght be conceivable. and practicable with a single "parlia- .could we possibly givo it to two parliaments Involving two customs barriers and other difficul- ties? If any real proposal for flfcal au- tonomy for a united Ireland and a sin- gle- parliament is advanced by any body competent to'speak for tho ma jorlty in Ireland; the government is ready to go a long way to meet 'it." j 'Earl! Curzon' argued that Viscount: Grey's-allusion to the fact that autpa-' omy'- had '.been grafted Canada and South. Africa did not apply "because in'those cases we knew with whom wo were negotiating but in the casp ot Ireland, who are wo to bargain with; who is going to deliverthe NATIONS STILL HAW, MAJORITY, GENEVA, Nov. council of j the League of Nations this morning over-ruljd the objections to the provi- sion by which countries not holding mandates from the the ad ministration ot tne 'colonial posses sions of former ono'my powers, or oth- er territories to be administered der.mandale of the league, are to have sjmphony by local Eolotsts, are heard last Sunday eve an esamplg, hun- dred people assembled in the nac'e Fifteen mfnutes was devoted to community singing under (he able leaacrshlp of SylvesteV Lew. Mr. low-has great movement in Cardston.. Following tha community Eingiug Z: W. .Jacobs, a local barrisler.taya an enlightening address on Some Phases of the Rua Man Elder Olsen a recently returned missionary, spoke' on the subject ot theL' The numbers rendered h> the choir were the anthem "House O Ye -Mor- and "The Slumber B J Wood presided It will be seen from .this .that the. programs; are; of. a a majority.on tho permanent mandate committee. The council the- decision taken at the Brussels meeting pfoviiliug for a conimissloa Filming of the Scenes in "Cor- pbralTamerdn" Completed Events. was told'itfa man- net becoming 16 .the the student- would visit the eirly "settlementSj both in rtp eastern proi I inces and in our own West. The oldest' member of the party was S3 jears of ago i The surprise of this week wa's-.TVberf the.cholr'ot the Methodist church irt'futl number took ponses ion, of the choirmaster and his good vnie j home, where a pleasant evening was spent'in music, recita- tions and general good fellowship, as slated by the pastor .and his family J. T. Doney, who holds this :ofi p'ioved himself the right man in je'right place. Mrs. Embry entertained a large if friends in her home early this week high order. Cardston Creamery Association OUR AIM Is.-to'develop tho community in which ivc live and to furnish reliable market for ycur produce. i nci'tirdiug to gorcrnment grade, tntca Us placev the llio prfiyince. v 'TIS PURE BECAUSE PASTEURIZED U you are buying, seiid us an order. It you are a.producer, bring us your cream and be convinced that your home market is best. PHONE No. 79 S. W. LOW, Mgr. Tabernacle-Choir CARDSTON MOTORS, LTD. DEALERS IN MCLAUGHLIN AND DODGE CARS TRAILERS, OILS, TIRES ACCESSORIES FOR THE MOTORIST" .THE OARAGE OF REAt, SERVICE The Alberta Slake Tabernacle Choir is an organization of singers drawn from all parts of atake. A hundred and seven.-iyoices are .now enrolled.'They have. in course ot preparation-Mendelssohn's great oratorio, "Elijah." It} will be produced In a few months. --FOIlarTing are .tho officers A. T. Henson, musical director, a O Low assistant rttrcclor' Osborne Wight, 'manager, Lillian Smith, organist. 'Winnifred Gold, assistant organist. Lexie Burton, secretary-treasurer. Joseph Hall, librarian. Symphony Orchestra The Cardslon Symphony .Orchestra of 28 pieces, reed, string nnd.wiml in- struments, Is making.splendid Head- way. It has only been rehearsing a few months but has won a lasting place in the affections; ofiInnsica! Cardston. A. T. Henson, who was the director of the Ivptb. Battalion: band and later ot the 60th Battalion hand overseas, is director ot the orchestra. The neit concert will be given Jn the tahernaclo December 10. The' offl- cera of this young hilt expanding organisations A.' T. Henson, musical director. Jno. Sm.ilh, business manager, Geo. Kobtns, librarian. Iloss May, secretary-treasurer. Clyde Jones, Wallace Syl- vester Low.' executivei commiUeo. Opera Company' In musical work has not hccn overlooked. The Alberta Si.ike Operatic Society has.produced since 1906 such popular works as "Queen "H.M.S. "King "The Bohemian and "Tho Chimes of In January "Tho Mikado" will be singed; John Smith Is tho business manager of this organization, A. T. Henson is the di- rector, and Lalda Sheffield the "see- rotary-treasurer. Brass Band Cardston also Ixmls a Military band with a membership of CO. S. S. Mow- ton is the leader. Al a cost of Robert Siinaou travelled miles, from Australia to Xorrislown, voto for Hard- Ing. The trip look 40 tia'yp, (From Our Own Corresoondentl MACLEOD, Nov. In the movies at Made od, brought .the -stpry of Corp. Cameron to "a close.; .The finil scenes being the following up of Indians b> ir-o Mounted Police to their cache in the woods across the river. The Indians seen, cross- ing the" river and were sp.fely over and away'when the police; appeared at the crossing, auu after sending onl their scouts examining the marks on the trail, and being satisfied; that this was the right trail, they dash for the water, which .w'as'cross- ed in fine style, and taking'up tlie trail they pursued the enemy to their haunts In tho woods along the other side of tho mighty river. .Other'scenes were.the riding of the police along tho hill top, hillside, and Valley, as they .trailed up the Indians whore they were determined to capture." The movies of this week-has given to JIacleod and district, a new Idea of the beauty of the scenery they have at their doors. JIacIeod :will now. be carried to other -parts 'of ;.the jworld, and in tha movies of they will tell of the Hoyal Korth West Mounted Police, and the' 'important place they now fill and.have.filled in tho history not only of Macleod but al- so of the whole of Western Canada. Tho men In charge of thp. sale of school lands went Thursday .io :Car.d- slon to carry oat the salp-advertised at that town, they returned'Friday; November 2Glh. and report'little or no sale at that important point'. These men left Saturday for'Calgary: and the riorth, where -they 'wlll-continuo to offer School lands, for sale.'. "Experience" was played'.Thursday to a full'house at tho Empress atid al speak- of it as being one of the good lays that should be patronized. Coal Is a scarce article these days, and many have to wilt at the yards to get a load from a car of coal when it arrives. J. and J. Thompson of'Uran urn were business visitors 16 Mad cod Friday. Kills nros. and Russell >1slted Mac Icod this week in connection with thoi business. The greatest parly of Ihe was at the Methodist when the pastor and his wife entertained al the elderly ladles of the congregation Many wero the Quaint stories told o hardships in early days in house keeping. And the early history ot tin Rheumatic Pains a Rumpus; Have Liniment Ready For Sudden Rheumatic Twinges D 'ON'T let that rheumatic pain or ache find you vrithout Sloan's Liniment again. Keep it handy the medicine cabinet for immediate actidni when needed. If you are out of it nowi .get. another bottle today, so 'bu won't sutler any longer than ne- :essary when a pain or 'ache attacks 11. Apply jt without rubbing for it giving prompt relief from icla'tica, lumbago, neuralgia, back- iche, lameness, Boreness, sprains, strains, bruises. Be It'8 easy to use. s' All 3Sc, 70c, JI.40, The argcst sizo .contains -six timed as much ;is the Bmallest. Made iu Can- ada. liniirientfe CartfiUn and (he adjoining district. WAS SUFFERING FROM INDIGESTION NO FEAR OF PAINS NOW Indigestion Is one of the worst forms of stomach .trouble, and many people suffer terribly after every meal they eat. The rising and smirlng of. [he food, palna in tlie stomach, heart- burn, water brash, belching of ivind, vomiting shortly after eating, etc, are some'of the symptoms.: There is DO need for any porson i-t bs troubled with indigestion, dyspep-