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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN1 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERAfcD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, AUTOISTS NO SO FRIENDLY (From Our Own BAHXWIXL, Alta.. Oct. Ing in district Is Hourly finished' and with about two week? rcore of Kooft weatheV will see its CHICAGO, Oct. Gone, for 2? years crossing wutdimau at Wiunelka, Chita- go's aristocratic suburb. re- Asked tho reason for tLis he furieJ hts rod flag, stamped his wooden leg, aiid exphiiuieJ: "Ths folks up here are too staudolflsh uov. lu the old days Vilieu.they had horses ilioy used to call mo by iiame chat about the weather. they scoot by in their uu- toniobiles. and if they Etoi> tliey call me 'waichaiun." aud Alta. Farmers Plan TONS OF COKE ON FIRE I T.'AV. liateiusB has been ad- ded recently to Blaft o? '.he Ceoy tral The wheat production thus far has av- -my good fellow.' That's why 1 qait.'' o praged at least 20 .bushel por ucro. Tba. oat acreage bete this year waa 'Vtry but there was more flas planted than ever before, which Is averaging 'up very well. Messrs. Coolridge and Alleu state they have Fhipped.twenty-five care of wheat and have eight carload ready fer shipment soon as rare can bo obtained. Sonie trouble is being had la secur- ing EtnTiclent cars and grain doors for thin Ehipmcat of grain. On FriJoy last the Bee-Hive gave1 an entertnimneni at the social hall, which proved to bo vwr enjoy- able affair for all present; The'pro- gram which consisted of sonars, reci- tations, dial- ogues, etc., was carried off hi a very" brisk and Interesting manner and most excellent talent was exhibited by all those took part. A very delight- ful lunch was served at the latter part of and tbe remainder of the evening w-as spent, in playing games and dancing. Miss Delma Peterson let! Saturday for Kaymond to take a apici-xl course at the Agricultural Ecbooi. Director Lawrence Peterson is spending a few days this week in Cal- gary on D. P.'A.-business. Mrs. Lawrence Peterson returned Saturday from Coutls, where sha has been lecturing in behalf of the U.-F. W. A. Mr. Robert Shanly of the C. P. R. staff left Friday for Cal- gary for a week-end visit. i Mr. K. P. Stewart of the Earnwell! THRESHING TS ALMOST church there.. AH are heartily invited. Rov. Wlltos eipects to have a goodly parishioners at Barons when he starts there shortly. JaY. McJs'aughlon Is very busy these days getting things vhui- ned out tax sale, whtch is to to held in this town about tho 10th of November. Several hundred lots are goinff.under the hiPimcr. Two very fine pictures wore screen- ed here this -week. The one oil Wednesday night being eutilled "A Han ot the Law." and thtt ot Satur- day night being "The Open Door." Xr. Kellogg has boen employed this last week in re-covericg and levelling, the billiard tables at tho Gnnge hotel. Mr. Yoder 18 alresdy through with bis threshing. Xr. Jas.' ilcXaugbton. M. A., has just purchased a fine-new car. Quite number of new Ford cars have made, their appearance in Carraansay last'week aud we have noticed the taochanlcs busily en- in transporting the cars from Ihe depot to the garagei. Tte Chaaipion girls' basketball team is to visit next Friday in order to engage tho local team' in a match. Tin- bis U.F.A. membership drive which is being planned for the first week in November will be held sim- ultiiucously with similar drives lu Manitoba and Saskatchev.-an; so that! it will lie a real rallying week among I llie orgauized farmets' forces In thuj wost. An army of canvassers will be work; It is .expected thut 2.3M will be employed lu Alberta, imd u Ep'iilar number iu both Saskatrhe- wan and }Iauitoba. Altocethcr tlie workers enlisted in tlie cimpafsn 'he three provinces should nuu; uet less than 10.430 Rich canw.sser will, it is expevteO. cover his half-township .in a car. aud canvassers are boiim- urged'not to go aior.p. but. to-Ell 4111 their cars with :md neighbors. this way the U.F.A. workers iu each dlsirici will bo united together in a common promot'Tig that feeling rof com- radeship which is necesaary to a s ,-t A slack of ions of colio Is afire at UccMoii Gas North tjuglaud. Despite the i of firemen, the stack may bum for a mouth, iseue of the campaign. -There can confidently affirm thls.t. Our Is strength in numbers" .is. a good i staunch friend, the Hon. C. ft. uratto ID this connection. Where one j Chicago, after helping to put the U. worker might, bo unsuccessful tingle- j S. aaiS most of banded, two or thrco si succeed. re likelv to 'dry Is now campaigning hard for pro- bibition in the laud o' the heather. It Hie U.F.A. committee in chtrge of the drive fcavo drafted plane'for tthe bibiti is true he Is in the pay big brew- ers aud distillers over there, and IB COMPLE.TED AT. STIRLING i Our Owu (.'orre-spondenl) (FrcAu Our Own Correspondent.) OARJfAXOAY, Oct. crowd ot little: children was enjoying itself at Friday, among the number n-as the little soa of Mr. C. J. Skinner. (Taylor's store.) They decided to play at being doctors with the result that .one of tiem procured a botUe con- taining to be used In cases of rheuir.atisral This bottle "was _- handed to young Skinner who immedi- ately :swallowed about halt of the con- tents of the bottle; The result was fatal to Neit Sunday afternoon o'clock the Rev.' "W. 'Willans, of-Carraansay, Trill preach tho opening service of his ministry, at Champion, nt the Union BT1HUNG, Threshing is KMIDIDS (GRANULES) ESilNDIGlESTION Tute food, do food; invtanUjr on tougiie or in wajcr; QUICK RELIEF! BY SCOTT BOWNC MAKERS OF 'oCOTT'S EMULSION all Sone in. this district. The winds have interfered to some eitent but a few more good days will see threshing operations at an end. We have had 'some frpBt. but not enough to do any damage. lire. Willard Richards of Glen- woodrille, has been here visiting her brothers and sisters the past .we Mr. George Oler Tvho has beeu'dowu In, Idaio the greater psrt of the sum- mer ia back home again. His many friends welcome him back.: :A .crowd of young Miss Alice, Ogden lost Friday Gamss and refreshments were the order of tbe ejid all had a very good time. Miss Alice has gone to Ogden, Utah, to visit i her uncle and 'aunt; and her friends'here wish her i pteestnt time while away and hoperthQ will soon return. Jtr. Tbedore BrftTidley .has gone., to Salt Ijikt City to attend conference j which Trill convene on the Sib, 3th and 10th of October. Mrs. Edith Clark and Urs. Nora Ross received a telegram from Utub, stating that -their moih'er was very low and not expected to live, and for them to come immediately if they wished to see her alive. They left, oh the first train going south and arrived j at their mother's bedside jn lime to 1 speak to her before she passed away. Mr. Russal of Taber is her visiting Miss Boyson. j Mrs. Dora Coman is visiting 1 Mrs. Nells Uogeasen. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Nells Hogeii- sen, a son. Mother and child are get- ting along nicely. _ ___________ __ _ im ____ orsaniiing ot workers, and" this' w'ork I Eti" spellbinding on "Tho Fallacies of i3 being entered into enthusiastically 1'rohihition." but his dope works in all parts of tho province? uilghllly for prohibition, so more miltee intend to .aDow nothing to j power to his elbow. interfere with the successful comole- At the International Congress tton of -this canvass; the organized' farmers realize that their task is to mobilize the farm people to the last man and woman. 1 The object of the drive ia to cover the whole of the settled portion of the i province completely on November 1st and I'nd, making a thorough canvass ot every farm home, if .the "canvass Is not completed on those dstes it may bo continued over the first week of N'ovember, but B strong effort will j be made for quick, concerted action oa tho days decided 03. Tho plan of .organization .begins with an organiie'r.'for each 'federal constituency, who -will tie-in charge j of the work in that 'territory.-.- Where j U impossible to '-get "one man to j handle' .the whole constituency, two i may be appointed, each .taking half. agaios alcohol held in Washington. registration than there was a wet iutt- 6. on September 21st, Governor Milll-1 jority five years ago. i- keU'Ot the unchallenged i. sirs. xellle McGlu'ng a statement that already prohibition hadj resulted in.a saving to the United States Prohibition-Is lust another way''of spelling prosper- ity. AT ITS BEST The strongest' com- pliment ever paid to From one of our cities comes llio in- formation that the only dry poll five years .ago has a registration today greater than theii, while the brewery poll .of 1915 .has now v less .........the Pence iilver country in th'e interests.of.'thc AVomoa's and at IhQ samc.tiriio gotting'sptfie Hard at Ih'b liquor'trafflc. On rotHMiins ftom ihe north .she. will likply proceed .lo BrltlBh Colum- bia to addi'csBilarge mass ineelings-of women in VaJico'uver, and New Westminster where tho prcrljib- Itiou campaign is coming .to a climax. is the vain .attempts at iiinitaUon. Those who Mce cbd-lrveir wll oil at its iff t A Tcroeto. These orjapizera will-work Uirbugh. and in the Dfb- As far as possible, each district will assume' direct responsibility for the 'organi- sation of tlie drive in his own dis-j tfict. If unablo to look after ail his i district. Me will r.rrango with the eon- j stituency orgnnircr to subdivide the territory. Then district each haviak chargp of. approximately- nine townships, will bo appointed. 'Their 1 resnonsibilty will be to' get 'one can- i j Yasser., for each half township ii: tho territory in thelr.charge, and working with tie district director to see that all plans are completed with these canvassers so .that on November 1st they will start out to canvass every elector in their half.township.' Every one of the canvassers will he required to sign a pledge to do this work', and i :no ,une will, he asked to undertake it 'who' is liot 'prepared to do it thoroughly. When Ehe drive commences on Nov- j einber let every, canvasser will j by first matl the report of his daily wol'k, together with all tho money re- ceived and a.11 receipte, j to ,the U.t'.A.. Central The reason for having-air reports and j moneys majM direot to nentriil Of- j flee is simply to permit of the daily recording of progress, the assurance THANKSGIVING SUPPER and SOCIAL _l BY THE LADtES OF ST. MARY'S, NORTH LETHBRIDGE ON wMlESDAY, OCTOBER 6 IN ST. MARY'S HAUL SUPPER FROM 5 M TO 7.30. TICKETS 50 CENTS. of accuracy in counting, and Ihe-tabu atibn of the work .lone. The collec- tions will then be properly, allocated among the various district associn- tlousiiind locals beneiiliiig through tlie drive. The work of perfecting the organi- zation for the drive has already been begun. Meetings of the various con- stituency boards will be held early in October, where the division ot ter- ritory among tho workers will be de- finitely decided upon. U.F.A. workers, throughout tbe province are entering inlo the plan with the spirit and de- lennimilion that ensiii-e success. SPECIAL NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that no further appli- cations .for gas willTje received After 5 PI, Oct. 15, IP (Signed) CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT POWER CO. N 620 7TH STREET, SOUTH BULLETIN FROM PROHIBITION HEADQUARTERS I (Conlribtilcd.) An eiumeration taken last week of one of thft townships in tho Vegrevillc constituency show.s the following, re- sult: for prohibition, 09; doubtful. against prohibition. 1. One swallow does not make a summer, but there are many such prohibit Eon swallows beginning to twitter in other parts of the province. The omens are propiti- ous. The Beferendum Campaign Com- mittee has now thirty-five orsanizers and speakers devoting all their time to tho prohibition' campaign. Under their fostering care live committees are springing up tike mushrooms all over the province. open letcr of nighop Pinkbam of Calgary, urging all Anglicans to mipport prohibition atfd uniting up to them (ho, pronouncement of the Lam- i both Conference, IB both frank and timely, and has been received with enthusiasm by lila ucnjiM. We can now ?ay that tho whole. Church in Alberta is actively J'H the prohibi- tion campaign. We liavo good reosnnH for staling that the leartsrs of the llonian C'lnu-cli nru in full and active with the ;novc- The acllon taken by the Medical Apsoclatlon of Alberta, nt Ihelr re- cent convention iu Kdmonton, on llie vexed qucslltm of afcoholfc prescrip- tions, Ia iloF.c-rvlns of commendation and will go far toward reinstating Ihe medical fraternity in the estimation of tho public. Tho doctors now eland for fifty Instead of olie hundred anrl fifty prescriptions per month, and for eight ounces Instead of forty ounces per prescription,