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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1920 THE LETHBK1UUE HtJKALD PAGE THREB Another proof Plowing And Discing At Rapond Len S, Brown, 438 (From -Our Own Correspondent) ItAYMOXD. Nov. Educa- tional Institute held in Raymond dur- ing thft far Iho henp.flt of Taylor s'take leaders, held Its closlug] sessions yesterday Thcte .were official representatives from every.varSiD the Stake. Splendid at- tendance marked every session; the; the week-.was 170. Mrs.] C. E. Snow of Cardston, who was sent I to Utah to lake a course of (rainingj In Charjly work conducted i "classes 'along this Hue' dally; many new ideas were presented that could I be very '.profitably followed 'in tbls' Stake. Shearer acted as chairman. The WeslBeld Ladles' Circle met on Thursday attem'uou at the Fore- most parsonage. Mr. Johnsou. and famll? have- moved into the block which they have" Bought. Mrs. Donaboa has gone to Calgary. Mr. JIansen eold his farm, stock and Implements at an auction sale yes- terday, Mr. Jack Little acting as auctioneer. Mr. Karncst Wright and family are moving, to Leihbridge today. Mr" Prpsser is leaving today to Calgary. Mr. unii -Mia. Viuau Wiislsr ieluiu- Masonic Dance AtTaberWas Much Enjoyed fFrom Ocr Own Corresoondent) TABEft, Xov. swains and fair ladies gathered in goodly nuni- cd yesteTday from a visit to oa Thursday .evening to attend aa important function of the season, the annual dance of Doric Lodge, A. A: M, which was held in the social hall. as tliat of Thursday evening IB frequent- ly invested'wijh _somo It but natural that the larger 'percentage of the giiesis should bo of the benedict class, though a number of the younger fojk also maue'an appearance. A'num- (her of thOrethrcn from surrounding with keenest interest by all'class groups, also the lectures on Sociology E. Mrs.Louie Taylor, who was the representative from Taylor Stake in Utah tor thn Train- ing work Conducted well attended and Fine Weather Thawing Ground So Land May Be Worked 'points were also present lustre music was exceptionally, fine, and baa sincfe been the subject of frequent reference, the.' orchestra consisting' of Scliultz, A. Ryggs of violinist, B. Harding, with Mrs. J. (Kroin Our Own Correspondent) SKIFF, recent nice tral> instruments, and enthusiastic clashes alonu- this im-1 weather has thawed the ground out Douglas who acted as accompanist, portant ,tojf ol If the mild spell con- The was ovorhung AND FOUND TRUE 'Wedding Reception The" wedding reception given In hon- or of Mr. "and Airs'. Leslie Palmer (nee ReHa Lovd) at the home of Sir. and Mrs'. Palmer- was', attended by ..45. guests oii 19th.. The bride looked, cliarniinij her dainty' dress of .white sailu'-.'Vfilh- Whether as a household necessity for. the family or a productive'salesman for the busi- ness THE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE 1 STOOD THE TEST 8 cents per iint (count six words to a Minimum, 25 Six insertions for price of four. Phpne In advance, Mr. manager of the expected, the occasion was one to he Geltman Branch here, Is erecting a remembered, as theguests largo Implement shed 6a tbo tarm.- ing enjoyed themselv.ellmminse.ly; To- Tho Kentucky ranch purchased ward the close" of the eyeningj.lght re-___ Alex Lint oil's corrals In KIpp Coulee. freshmentS: served, after which .'Handy1 and Marshall'Miiner left for tnose present .asain gave themselves 'their1 home in Raymond last week, to.the spell, of. waltz and f.vpslep. brr silver and-cut glass, china and" linen vere bea'iilifuL Sirs. Le- land C. A. ,0'Drieii, B. Nj Nilsson and Miss' May Paxirian assisted Mra. Asael Palmer as hjistess. Mr. A! 'Dahl is in Calgary as a dele- gate "to- the JL _G. convention. Mr. Myron' Holmes, president of tbo of Kaymbr.diis In. Calgary .for the U. F. A.-annual meeting for F. A. workers of the province. ...Farming operations are .in fnllswins, many in tho _ district' plowing' and diEciug. l out few dao from where they will snend the winter. proceediugs a close Mr. Oaiiipheir Josffa valuable horse' abuut 2.30 a.m.- White' .It would- be days ago from eating wheat out lord to discriminate, perhaps.the'milk- ioad he had left sitting in the was as spectacular-as any Altogether, there have been on the program, the lady iirtho case .horses killed in this way In being provided with a couple of mllk-i'i Skiff since threshing started. i to emphasize its character, tbe Mr. J. B. ti'ttear was In Itaymonil resulting combination" being rather as-a-witness in the prelim- hard to handle under the circumstahc-- in'ary hearing held there on Nov. 19.. cs, the partner having to mako the (Frorn.Oiir .Own.Cp'rrespoiident.J. .r; FOUEMOST, NOy. INDICT SUGARMEN best of the occasion.' A regrettable accident must be nicn- QrvrrII tioneil, however, when Howell Jones, blAlH llnlUr wlio was" assisting T. Paterson :in 'EUTTE, in a boiler" of coffee from ihu ing indlcthients. returned some .time culinary regions, had the misfortune ago. In Utah; Idaho sad South Dakota Io have both hands partly scalded. mi. charges of Violations of the Lever are glad to say the.burns are not con- act, .'the. company siderec) very serious. was Indicted lierejoday hy a federal 'The.meeting of the town council1 ou ag sult grandy jury on six counts ivhich. al- Monday evening produced nothing dra- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Service Agency Scientific Everywhere. Contingency isals. We tot re- tulu. Everylhlcg la accountancy. Prompt atle'.ii'jci. 4 Acadla Bloct. Ftose SS16. PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano and Orgao Repairer. 10 factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn.. London. References to :to leadlue musicians of tho city. Phoue ItCI Si. S. HE SEES WITH EASE Foresighted men never aiiuu tU selves to get farsiglited or even near sighted. At the first indication Impaired eyesight they come to J. II Henderson and get their vision iit fected with, proper, glasses. J. SI. HENDERSON Care of Wright's ,Jewelry Store, against tlie "memuers'.ot the .corpora-'.' ot Fincastie, will co- ition, the directors and and '.cupy tho Francis house on RusseJ ly board of the-Methodist church met the third against the'directors.alone.'Ave.- this winter, as he Is anxious to at the., parsonage on Thursday after- in all fine charge Is essentially tho, give the-farniiythe benefit ol tho Ta- .V Following the quarterly "hoard inceling, the .trustee hoard met. Tlie' financial stringency of the country.-is being felt in thu church as all other j The boys held spe- cial meeting last night, that was large- ly the school heihe filled. The chief feature of the-evening was f. debate on the subject tlwt Hie home exerts a greater' Influence on the hoy than school 'or compan- ions." The affirmative was upheld by Messrs.. John Mndill, Lewis. Reuben I.ane, .-Edgar Elford, Bert Madill. Tlie negative by Messrs. Wll- liara Lane, Henry' El- ford, George Crawford, George Marine, and Lawrence Collins. AH ot the boys acquitted themselves most creditably. The decision of the judges, was in of tho Lever act. According Kelly, tp evade provisions (her schools. The household effects are already being moved into the Francis chief! residence. special'agent of the department of] .We understand tliat Norman'Mac- justice..in liuttc, the excess profits leod, formerly day operator at Taber, of-the coinpany In Montana, alone] has been promoted to of during tho' period covered by the-In-i train dispatcher at Lethbrldge. Those diclmcnts are estimated acquainted with' "Mac's" knowledge of Tho indictments charge "that the cost the'wire, will not be surprised, as ho and distribution price 'of.-tbo sugar tolalicddjipproximately 510.U a sack, which4 yas sold to vfholesalers at ?23.Srfa'hundred. KOREAN HUNGER STRIKE TOKYO, Nov. first hunger strike In the Orient-on record, that of a prisoner Incarcerated In connec- tion iv I Hi tho, Korean indap en donee movement, cr.cled fatally today When tlie prisoner died -in -the Seoul jail. favor of the affirmative. Mr. James Hei had fasted 13 days. was reckoned here to be "going up." CALGARY, Nov. connection with .the proposed wheat pool there is point yet.to as it tions.' The follovi'lng directors were're- elected by the Grain Growers: J. F. Reid, Arcadia, Sask.; P. J. Collyer, Welwyn, Yellow' Sask.; end P. S. Austin, Ran- furly. Alia. These were elected on the first ballot. Other, names placed on nomination were: nice-Sheppard, of Edmonton, and 0: n. Gould, M.P., of Manor, Sask. 32; F.H. WILK3NS SIGHT SPECHMST 5th St. S. Opposite the Empre: Phone 1SSS Kei. Pbone 1931. DENTIST R. O, J. COUiiTICE. Dentist, forder ly of Lethbridge, has located at C78 Granville St.. Vancauver, B. C. 1'hono Sey. S300. Opposite Hudv son's j DR. 3. f. HORN1NO, OSTEOPATHIO. PHYSICIAN. SJC-1S-20 Sherlock BUi Hours 10-12, 2-4, aid appoluUneat. PK1VATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAAKl.EM TOTaW Hot- 122! 7th Ava S. Lethbndge! 746. Accommodation >tor etcal. inedlbal and maternity lionU. Prlvals nd lemi-prlfati rooms. Rates >3XCO uid a Keek. Writ? tzi infonnttloB to Mu. M. B. Via Uiixlem, HOSPITALS MATERNITY AND NURSING, PRI- vate and semi-private rooms, .fnllj Terms moderate Applj Mrs. A! Woods, 38 4th Street N. B, ..Medlc'lae--Kit.-- Phone 3074. 2T1-2S SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointment? _ Phone 1342 MRS. MARTIN i 1321 Ave. 8., Cor. 14th 8t. MJSIC JJISS AILEBN if. Playing and Theory.' Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the- Royal Academy and Royal Collega ot Mnsic, 'London, England. 100 per ceuL latt year successful.________ MRS. H. ot PiaDO and Theory. Pupil-- prepared for Jho Toronto ot Music eiams H des'rcfl Annnal tprlng recital Studio, 1238 Gth A. South. LLECTBIC Central Methodist, church, St. Tho- mas, introduced a fellowship rally, with music, and light refreshments af- ter the evening service. Sam McCo.ll is evidently determined ['is regarded as probable that an amend- to have tho'edge on the brethren pt.ment.tp tho'..Crinada'Vorain .Act will besom and stone, as ho lias just receiv- ed a pair of blue rocks, straight'froni Scotland. Hearken to that, will yo now. Thus Is Ham Beard's goat led to tile slaughter. Cnss'Jet't suddenly slid into-town ,'V1 be necessary before' the.'pool can- ac- tually be brought into'being. The tho classes of grain dealers, elevator men, track buyers, grain commission men and primary grain d.o'alerE. L ]t Is pos- thp other day, without a chance for a' sible that the provisional board to be. brass band, either. The.charivari men formed for the purpose.of administer-! wero intending to hunt for some more j ing the affairs of the pool may not 1 Ford riuis, bit have decided on a dam-i come under any one'of'these defini- SIR ADAM BECK'S LONDON HOME TO BECOME COLLEGIATE Doris LR. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. Beck, Upper, loft: "IlcadlcjV Sir Adam Beck's handsome home nt London, Ont., which is shortly to become a colfeglate insutuwT" r. Lower, left: Sir Adam's daughter, Marian. Ixwcr, right: The garage and H- A- Y TIMOTHY ALFALFA BLUE J.OINT STRAW Baled three wires. Stands handling. HOME GROWN POTATOES The natter Kind. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers' and Snippers and Lethbriilgo Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada LeltibrWce Unit, No. 34 Veierani desirous ot the atmv? Association, 01. ob- tain infprTnatlon and application forms from thft secretary. U LEIGH, P. O. Box No. o, Lftta- bridge-. a Electrical' Work on Cardtton Teriiole. 05COBATIN3 WEI.UNOTO" Papiirniniori and Kaltoiniiiinf. General Dceontlnt Wrttlnn KfTtn The eldest established t fistntera la lrlcB Rea 'phbn< 147t: 11S8 Bherloofc -i A. and PhonkHO.' M AT60TJP RvlHth. 117 0 B. n Infer L COI'KLAN The Pyramid DccoralTns Co lor decorating ard piiperbangins a ilaltr Satisfied customors our aim I'hona S16 12lh St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECOSATOR. Eatabllahed 1053 Tblrty.flve yfiars' experience In K- .lor end Interlcr Decorating. llth bt. Smith CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 THE Spociuirst in French dry. cleaning. ,'.VWe are tho oldest We use tta grhuina Frenrh syBtflm which. COT- spot. and eliminates pot. itbfc injury.to garments, giving hipli rasnlisi. Special attention, to country work.. Cth Street South Phoiie.lSig, Collect Md deliver. LOO. PHESSINO. RepatrlnE and alterations .trell'do'na reasonable prices We sell toi and deliver eoods. 320 7th 3L South. Phone 1E2S- OXT-ACETYLENB WELDINO W. N. KDTH, Corner lit-Are. and iotb.Street. CHIROPRACTOHS HTRUM SMITH and JUNK II SMITH methods are Nature's owb. Free consultation and aim'ysii Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and by ap- pointment'. Room 205, Sherlock Jllock Phones 1B77 ahd-U4i: GUNSMITHS UUNSMITHS 4 barrels straightened, guns restock- gnu work by a gunsmith. if.-s made, locka repaint, blcyclm. typewrlten, phonpErrapbs, any light; tnacblnerr repaired, lawn aonen D. S. Uacdonald, Indian igsst. Phone 103t Street, opposite Herald office. Estimates Kci. Phona 1101 vdy Ladies! You csn't look smart If your hair Is !hln. Save your comb- Ings and send to. SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARDSTON, Alts. To te made up Into. SWITCHES, TRANSFORMA- TIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES, ETC. Send OK. or up- wards for switches at per Farmers SVhen In rttd of any TRACTOfl Rfpdlrt It wltl be to your Inttf. to try US. Tractor Oyllndora rewoun. Kud fitted n'Ub over-size pfstoaj rings. N1VEN BROS 219 1st Ave. 8. Phono 1732 Gurney-Oxford EAVE' TROUGH1NG GENERAL TINSMlTHINC FREEL ft FLLIQTT Sheet Metal 611. Phnnt 17 (j WORK DlAMONO'IJtWEtLERl A SPECIALTY' SETTER LETKBHIDGE! S. Publications AT CARDSTON WINTER RADIATORS Why not havo your Automo- blEo Kadlator He-cored: oofore the frost comes, with tno best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in arid let yon abont It, or ask someone 'who has 'one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man 12 llti Ave. S.. Behind Silver .Grill. ncmit by Dominion Express Monej Order. If lost or stolen you get yom money backj ;