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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIIUY, ocyroiJF.n 3.1010 THR LETHNnmOF, DAILY HERALD. PAGE Tinm School Sports at Taber Were Splendid Success (From Our Own TAIIKFl, Oct. Tlio weather king fi jokur. udvcrLise a ptcuic lo cclaliralo tho Incepliou of irrlgatlou In die district anil Invite celebrities from far and near to wilueaa how Ebaiucrully bU Majesty lias treated ua lu tlio mutter of vrator supply and (lowij to mo a the ram in torrents on bur testa! day. Again after a Iocs fluieecoiK-u ou bTi pan, we laVe cour- iiml make big preparations for a, Dry Ttmo Fair, only lo liava our im- pish deity down upon us In com, blow over our fair buildings and drench us to the si in. A third time we announce something pieteiitloui. K Field Day of Sports (or tbo schools ol Tabor and rlclnlty on Sept. -25111. Dili tculisB wa fall to add prltl] bis Majcaly'a and neglect to lusuucl clilldrcn tbal school keBps I ir it he puts two cvrr oil us. (luecrlnE our children ol their sport by u night's raiu and fooling our teach- ers oh rlasa attendance- Hut Ihe roof held and banquets do not keep, BO do- spile ilio the baseball leim, o( Jupier Plnvtua, school glrta, i anil trustees aud tholr nrlvw mcl in tlio commodious bascmeuL of the Eclioo! tlie gaoio flay at 5 p.m. and demolished tho feast prepared In an- ticipation of a Tlslt from Uiu lenin of the LcthbriJjZO High School. Principal Could presided at the ban- quet und nltcnrards called upon the teachers and trustees present lor short addresses. Tho rest or the OT- enlng was pleasantly spent la games cmd dancing, lint the Jofcc-r himself was fooled In llfo end. The Gporla were sprung on Wednesday a He moon the Old Chap was Ufcing a ami It waa not till Thursday evening that ho bc-camo aware of tJio teachers were knpt busy all the after- nogn superintending the aud awarding prizes. Most of the 72 events .were put through. The rest Fill be pulled off some other fine day when the weatlier man Ij codding. The afternoon was brought to au ex- citing end by closoly contested base- ball game between the Lflllibrldgp High School team and Ibe- Taber school team. .The pllcbera tor Taber were Garrick and Tulteland, and for Letbhrldge Sartg and Ridpalh. A run scored by Car rick In the last half u[ the ninth innliifi broke the llo and gave Taber the game, nut tbe rooting or the Taber High School girls was tl90 a deciding factor In the' victory iron. The LethbildRo team played Lho tame and look thefr defeat like true iporU. We irust, however, that no >ne WAI unkind enough lo inform them of tho banquet and good lime they mlieed on Friday. U Ja hoped this Field Day haa come to stay, and loo much crtvdlt cannot bo given to luose who hftie made- thla first ODB auch an entire success, Harold Ilamman and Gldman Ion on Friday of lasl'woalc to rcsumo of tho provincial govern tno nt to jiav one-fourth the coil of all memorial balla erected In tho It came aa a boH Trora the blue and will prob- tably a subscription of J2.000 or toward tho Tuber Hall when [that gtLi way. SIR ARTHUR IN REGINA .and more than iQB olflcers and i IlKGIXA, Oct. Sir Arthur ranks were at the station lo greet hli_ Currlc -.vis Bivon a groat reception Mrs. Kmbery and Mrs. Itosa me I iv hen ho ii as d through here today. I Carrie. Practically all of lih lime Sir Kichatd Lake, the spent talXing lo C. O.'s whom crnor. Sir Percy his brother. 1'rciuler Man In. Alexander Iluss, C. M. D. S. O., 'j. K. L. Kmberf, C.M.U.. Mayor Ulack coast. met here or in France. Gen. announced he would stay a (ull day v. r-'.urn from their In Albberla hud Miss Kerr and Miss Kolen Bryan on Moadir for the same purpoie. On Monday afternoon Mrs. Need- ham TFDO has been visiting her son, Mr.Wlllud Lane and Iier daughter. Mrs. E. B. Talnter. left for her home In Southern California, Mrs. Tali'.ler E-ccoropsntad her as far as Mrs. Smith, mother of Mr. Dyard j Smith, also left tho same day for Cat- Ifornla. I A numbflr of members and ad- 1 herenls of St. Theodore's church and I other friends gathered on the station bid Ostrich Feathers Were Decoration on Priced Car at Xorth liar. Rex Theatre October 1st. program rendered Wednesday evening. I garo artistic interpretations of toe The excellent and varied Gypsy Dance by Jlohin. and Mendel- chleriy by two o( Ihc most talented young ladies ot Taber. Mlaa Lucllc Fulnier and Vera Cook.' Miss as usual dcliglitcd her audicnco with Iier brilliantly aud sympathetical- ly rendered piano solos, while MLsa Fulnier recently graduated in niualc from ono -of the American gave equal pleasure with her choice soprano solos. Doth, received well- merlLeU encorca. Miss Fulmer also cor.trlhuted j ssuhu's Spring Dance. Thcao two lad- were assisted in tlio program by Mrs, McAuley. who wiih Miss Cook her sister, tho opening piano hj" Mr. Masking irho gave a solo and encore lu excellent style nnd t'ulriier sang "Thn VenellaD Iloat Kong" by Ulum- enthal; "Mr. Tom Henderson acted as chairman during the evening. It is necillcsB to pay that tlie local veterans ore. pleased with the ofter t Iriclf staged on htm am up a liUto. While the grand aland could have accommodated more of tbc iinrt one or two of Ihc trustees 1m nol yet recovered from the ban- the recreation park swarmed children and none of tho sports lacked for entries. Trustee Siicddon -o of the platform ori Monday al'.ernoon to bb .1! fusaed jgood-uye and wish God speed lo lh> Itev. and P. Taylor and family P.F they were BtarUnff on thalr Journey for Kngland. }lr. and Mrs. Greenlees ol GlfiFgow. Scotland, who bavo been making a lour through Canada paid a visit on Friday last to Mrs. A. E. Tolton. Principal Gould nud Messrs. UenncL j Oiu ant] intimalo friend. femnlalnK till; T7i'.J-. be-Tciu! uT INK inuy Monday, when Does your watch tell time in the dark? Ttadioliies do hands and numerals are coated with a substance containing real radium WKcrbury RidloMU- H .mill lijnt B.- In Look for the store with an Ingenoll diipUy. R6BT. n.'INGERSOLI; 4 Bno. IK BLfUltV ST. MONTREAL, CAN. lliey lell. to visit rela- j I lives In Innlifail. Mr. Greenlees has 1 citenslve business interosts In Cen-1 ada and is combining business wlLh pleasure on this trip. Mrs. Wiggins, MR. Sundal and Mrs. Bryan were in nltendtmce at the W. C. T. .D. canTentlon beW In Lelh- brldjo this week. Tho worthy editor of the Taber Times hns teen laid up part or tha vcr.k wltb an attack ot lumbago, but s able lo be-around again. We are ail to otierro clso that the editor ol! be Comet has almost wholly recover- d from the Jokes he vorpeUaled in his ast issue. Mr. Howard King, who has been in raining for sereral months at heatl- luartera or llie 1L X. W. M. P. In Re- glua, arrived home Sunday night, on two He la convales- cing from an allacli of typhoid but cspccts to lie fll as a fiddle in a. short ime. He reports the other Taber boys at to bo well and all tili- ng their Job. The encampment ht ne- glna is about to be broken up and dia- ribuled to a number ot centres. Tho boys from.Southern Albcrll are bon- ne lo be drafted to Macleort. Messrs. Campbell and Anderson have been branching out recently and I bns tnken over a dry goods and business in Didsbury. This will nece'ssllalc tho romoTal of Mr. Campbell to Dlflsbury, anilHhat Is the regrettable thing about the venture. Mr. Campbell is one of timers In the town, having started business In Tabor In 1906 a'nil has beeu closely lilcnlirictl vi-llli the ann progress ot the communlly since that time. Together with Mr. Anderson who oln- erl him In he has built up a largo and thriving business in Taber and thai drought 'and other adverse circumstances. Among the Masons ami Old Timers he is affec- tionately spoken of us Ihc only Alec, anil as a raconteur, jollier and good snort lie Trill bo specially missed by these. In tho community lire he has always been ready to tlo his part for a better Tabor and will be greatly misEed as a citizen. As for Mrs. Campbell we beRTudga her even more lo Dlrjsbury than we do her hus- band. -She IB the of woman who brings tho boat Irom the Old I.anfi and with grace adapts, it to the new con- ditions. Though a busy mother with a large family, ahe has not failed to lake her place In the church flnd social life of the community, and has mado many fast friends who will feel her i departure exceedingly. And -what shall wo say of Irish, Norm; Colin, N'or-1 man and the rest! Wo haye A sysplc- j Ion they would like lo Didsbury' wiped off the mop before the time o( departure, comes. Arid that Is Just what echool chanis anfl other' 1 friends would like right woll (o wit- I ness. Dill if thr worst comes, we will Iry bravely lo say good bye. "And we'll lak a right guld TVIllk- Waugh (whatever that Js) For Anlii lang Ryne." Mr. Jon Wlnwood had his right hanrl severely Inured in tho mlno on .Monday. On Saturday last before Judge Lay- ton, a criminal charge of threatening criminal notion with Iho Intent to ob- tain money was brought against F. W. IHcnbaiim o( the Cameron Ranch by a Mr. Currlc formerly In the employ ot the said ranch.' Henry ot Ltthbrldgc appeared for the complainant end Cook for the accused. The caso was dismissed. An extra court ftsslon was held on Tuesday, Judge Jnckion on Iho bench. An interpleader case was heard, n. F. Mrtllbbon and tho Pioneer Lumber Co. being Iho plaintiffs and Charles Smith, and Holla Rmlth the defendants. J II. Prowso nclcd for' .McOlbbon, Ulco of Lolbbrldno' for the Pioneer Lubber Co., H. 0. Myerc for Bell and Cbarlos Smith and n. L, Cook for the Sheriff withdrawn as diaries' Smllh and ptrtlally successful as to ncl.ln Smith. A grand recital under (lie auspices o( Iho 0. W. V. was given In the JfCPR'Q IICT HUiVll U LtlUl Always Answers the Questions "Where" j and "What': ......3.75 ......2t'85 ......2.85 .....2.25 Maclinosri lied Apules. box Kings Apples, Greening box Graveuslein Apples, box Oranges, per dozen, Lemons, per dozen pound Pumpkin, per Ib.................... 'Vegetable Marrow, per Ib. Celery, per pounf, Pears, Flemish Beauty. case llyslop, caso CHron, per flj.................... Cranberries, Green Peppers, per Ib.................... Ripe and Green Tomatoes. Pickling1 Onions, to arrive. NEW ARRIVALS- Blanched Almonds, i per Ib.......-'....... It 4 Crown Shelled Almonds, per Ib.......... Jordan Almonds, QCr per Ib................' yOC Imported Anchovy and LJoatcr Leat Gelatine Tor jellies, llranc Mange and all culinary pur- poses, per oz.............. -fi .20c TowJcr, as- 25c Qarlon's Cuatnrd sorted Havors, each Miss Curtis SnowIlalvC Marsh- mallow Cream, a dcjlclous preparation Tor producing many dainty dishes. Used in preference lo plain or -whip- 1 ped creiDQj per iln Maconochles Sllrocoa Preserved Uloatcra, regular 2iJc. This week Shredded Wheat Biscuits, new stock, per Sweet Slustard per bottle Clilll Sauce, per bottle Ripe Olfve.t In (Ins, each 24c and Clarke's Tomato Soup, per (in Sliced I'lncapple, prr per tin ready lo 1.70 .90c .......1.70 2.50 rp 00 C 15c 34c 39c 39c 15c 34c Prepared Primes, serve, cation tins, each Honey, Iverr'a Alfalfa- Quarts, each Tins, Cilcll As pure Q3 tlie Bees can make II. "ramble Jelly. per Jar Sunflower Salmon, tall cans, each Carnation Wheat Klakoe, per pkg Mushroom Catsup, per holtlc Dutch TCA Rusts, per Boneless Cblcfcen, per J f tm Crossed Fish Sardines, OT- per tin (J I C Botisco Sardines, In pure n f ollvo oil, per Lin uDC Ya'clH Club Salad Dress- lug, hoLllc.. 2Sc and.. ODC fmpcrlal o ff Cheese JuC rnpcrsoll Cream -i r Cheese IOC Flaked Codfish, Genuine, per -0 A lin JUC Uerlllcd .Sartllne.i, -i r per tin IDC Pork and Hears, Del Munlo, 2 (ins Family Grocers and Proviiion PHONES 14S3 R. A. WRIGHT Lelhbridge's Biggest and. Finest Store 1898 Balmoral Block, Lelhbridge 1919 Our New Catalogue Has Arrived We will be glad to forward one on request to all who have received a copy. Our connection with sevecal large manu- facturing and importing houses places us in immediate toucli with the largest markets of the continent. We are at your door, personally responsible for every article that we sell, not only at the time of purchase, but I afterwards. OUR ACCESSIBILITY IS YOUR GUARANTEE A Shoe Service For Men's Feet Service is more than a mere word in our Shoe is the spirit of the business. Our growth may he explained by the fact that we hold old customers while we make new friends. And we hold them by nothing more than consist- ently good values and up-to-date styles. But you cannot pass judgment ou the style smart- ness, the leather quality and the' measure of good service we offer until you have seen our stock featuring THE SLATER SHOE All the new styles for Fall are now on display. know you'll ho interested In them. J. HUFNER BESIDES MERCHANTS BANK "THE SIGN OF THE SLATE" ;