Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWELVE K DAILY UKIULD. OCTODKH 2, 1019 E HAS IRE M IH which vv.is soM by the vouud "Keeper, I to Medii'ino Hat Thursday. Mr. Kg AH I Mr. mid Mrs. Hob Eudersby fire re- Mi-. Mr-v A and Mr. I'juiritis over The birth of a ton. bore Linl Mrs, Carlson Sunday this .U ihe home ul Mr .mil" A. -V, Mr. Mrt, Putin. Spruklo. Kilty aod her sister Ella Mr. Jack Fore made a Ktzikoui visitors SunJuy. to Eizikcui Wednesday. The work is in this EX-PRESIDENT OF vciiiliy yiid ii ivriaiuly is a lm-1 ARGENTINA DIES proveiueuE. 1 UL'ENOS AYllKt'. On. Vic- Mr. K. and Mr and loritio de U I'laza. former president, (ieorge wero at tbo'ot Argentina, died last rlgbt. Lir. tie hoine of Mr. and Mrs T. 11. I'rtwso la pliza assumed the president of i the republic on the Jeath of 1'resi- Our Own j Tftc" first iroft atlucVd Ibis detu I'VK-A In 19U. succeedinR 10 MAXYOURKIES. Alls., Oct. j vlduUy fundiiy nisht. completely cut- i-Hice from the vlce-presidc-UL-y ami Threshing Is about finished in i I'ug tvervLbiiig grcfu. j reuiaiiruf in iLc presidency ucul ihe vkiuiiy and the sr.tln has turned out Mr. ;md Mrs. Pone and Mr; Riloy of hii In 19k'. belter thnn expected, ranging from] eiglJt to fifteen bushels per acre. In one or two instances it weui aa high as 23 per acre. ConsWerahle land is about lo change hands, averaging twenty dollars jwr acre. Mr. H. E- Wilrunglor., who has bec-u with ths CanadtRn Dank ot Com- merce here since ii opoucd years ago, has severed his connection with, Ihe samo and is aboui 10 start ranch- ing in H.C- s Old-Timers Sunday." During fc tall ol U'0r> a uumter ot settlers lati.l iMs district. This lol- Commemorated in Service Last Sunday Morning Hunt, and s undo tpli'inl' 'Jay mortuMg church vas o tioiiii' uf llio iiu-e tho t- Mr. J Huut ami Mr, II. Cox sontlouieii delivered short tulJr on the early history of Iho church. Itcv. F. K. Cory vrbo wag drowned trying lo forj the rtyer iioar Muctood. Also lu (he I lowing pprltis itrcucJiinn services were -Mr. Cox Uml of Mr. Josou'x Hunt anJ services couducled by Itov. F. J. Johu- l-rpun JJi tlio huijii- uf Iho Mr. lockout vlslllnc him on Die'! son. .Miss K'ffio TJciler reclled liisj mornLni; ;iac-r he had arrived on. his j "The Model Cbun-h." A snleudid Buu-j'joiuesloiul. AiUT sotr.o convcrfillouj choir under Uic ablo Iciderahlii of tbo fourding of tht j rv-Kiirdli'.g IiU location Tbey naked him] Mrs. Olllver and Mn. fionlon umtcvl hi a uniciui-l If he was aChrlstalo. ami on receiving [cd sppc'al tuusle. Mrs. W. Jl Teunaut, >ervtoi'. The building tastefully I an reply ihcy sjioVo who was orgLiulst during IbA llrst live ".dcvorauM autumn TliL' Un-ir lunging for churi'h services in j of the church's Malory presided 1 pun rails of thu late Mr. Alltl Jose Hunt at! or nod Ihe Mrs. The s of vi'tk'Oine given Miss their ucw home. Aud lliuii llm Hie grgau lasl morning. ILICU stool together out Iho open pralrlo auJ vowed to do Ihcy IHO.X CS. A iKuid lockout, a Krantliiaughlor of iheU-ould to establish a cliurdi and E-J lull" OIID o( ibe (ound-fed God to Mess them. And this ho attended tlic1 Methodist ons of the church. with'declared was tho beginning of Irui service in Iron Spt'ugs house the luster. Rev. C1. 11. (nj Springs thurcb. Mr. J. Hunt The inspiration ot Iho service will long bu in this City Kujj'neer Jones, or J Ira nl ford. announces that lor Iho third time In ihe city's history LuilUing permits will last Sunday morning, Ihe occislou bo-Mlie service were two cld-lluio to tho uilutslry of the late EJ over Iho million mark. FOIIKMOST. Alia.. Oct. Mr. I Fred was taken suddenly ill Sunday evenim; with appendicitis, lie was taken to Lethbridgo on Monday, and underwent an operation. Tleroris arc ihat ihe oiwration was iuccessful and he is ddinj'well. Mr. Well? has returned recently Irom overseas and rnalitng Foremost his home Sirs. McPhce ill ai her home. Kraser and her mother leave today lor Kec-walin. Ontario. Mrs. Walls is advertising a sale ol her household cilecti. yir. Uoutel. Provincial Police, is spending a few days at Manyberries, tbe poirceican thpre. AVc hare had a lew nights of fairly heavy frost lately wilh a ligfal fall ol snow last week- There is serious objection to that klud of weather at this'lime of year. A season without the end of September.would ba not so bud for Alberla if it had given us more mois- ture. (From Our Own Correstwiadealt OHIGJi.'-'Scpt.' telephone poles are now placed" (n posilion anJ .-eem tb make rjuite a difference to the appearance oE Ihe district. Mrs. Gilmore ofierei] his land lor sale hy auction last Wednesday, tul oTJng--fo lack of compclitlon no 53 le was rnadc. 'X Mr. C. Jaq.ue5 ha5 sold his land, Mr. Giniks being Ihe purchaser. Mr. Jaquea intends going bacS sborllv. Mr. Rogers returned home lasl I day after spending- some lime In tario. s Tbe. Bulls Hearl Butte school, after being closed since June, was reopened on Sept. 15lb. Mr. Wilfrid Eggleston of Orion bns been engaged as leather. The month ot Septeraher has been the best month of Ihe reason for raois tnrc and some fall plowing anrl discing has bsen done. There are several lots ol threshing yet to he rlone as the Treather has prevented the machines from Icing Rally Day obserrrfi at Orion riiurch by a united service of school End church. The service Marled at 2.30. The program the Sunday school hoards wa? ruadc use of. Tho scholars or Ihe Sunday school took part with recitations sing- ing, assisted Ly Ihe rhnir, one Item by a member of the Cradle Roll. Addresses given by the minister Hev. H. C. Woods, Mr. Jas. Jackson, supl. of school look a leading part in the1 service. There was a gooj ncd- lence and a liberal Rallv Day oflering Kas taken durin? the Eervice. (From Our ORANLEA, Sept. George Thorpe .and eon Chester spent a few days In tbe district (h-3 week, return- In their Home at Etikoni Thursday. Mr. arid Mrs. Sprinklr and and .Mrs Small an.] Misa Mrytle Small motored, to-Medicine Hat Satur- day. Mr. M'illiam Xewcombc has been ill this past week with pleurisy Mr. Da hi Carlson spent Friday in How Island. Mr. Hocerl'Sergent has been spend- ing a few days here renewing old ac- ?.s the gutii of Mr. and Mrs. M. AVnre.q, antl lett for Calgary lliis morninB1, Knpt, i'j, where he ei perls lo anend the winter. iJon't forgci the evening to be heltl in tbe Lancaster achoohhoiise fiaiurtlay, Oct. 21. and giren by lli V. A. local, A lime la aa cured nnd everybody mane welcome Mr. and Mrs, Carlson ami famjl niolorcil lo Winnilretl >Vednesday. 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