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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .FRIDAY, OCTOBER THE-LETHB-RIDGE DAILf HERALD PAGE ELEVEN, {From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Oct. W. A. Smith entertained In honor ot her co-wbrkere, the Relief Society Board, at her palatial residence In Mountain View Ust .weei. The trip was mado by auto. Mrs. Eunice May Ferguson !sft on this morning's train for Great Kails, will meet her' husband's .oj St.; Louis, Mo. She expects' to remain In Cards- ton visiting her sou and friends lor the winter. Mr.-Terry bai been In town over Sunday visiting his ...parent! moving to Pocatello. Mr.? and Mrefftyle ''Holland' haVi retarded Utah'. They'were in JJrigham Cityl onMha .annual The ;on, M. A: Coombs. T. T. Earl- and Mlas Earl, and Mrs. Parker are visitors to the' con- The Cardston Farming Co. has Just unpleted a record rjn of twelve day's, thresh'ng over per; day, In a field ot 1SOO acre, av- iiaglug 26. Mr.: Martin Woolf'.' M.P.F., return- ed from Lethbridge where he attend- ed meeting ot the.executive to ar- range'for the entertainment of Mr. MacKenile King, leader of the Lib- eral party on the 19th of October. The Gaboon Hotel Cafe is in charee of Mr. R. (i. Bullock, he hav. log assumed tha proprietorship ou the 1st." Only white help will be employed. Mr.' Chauncey Snow was In town the beginning of the week. The opening session of the Cards- ton Mutuals at the gyran., ou Tuesday evening, snd tho follow- ing program was'carrled out: Hymn, "We a re'All Prayer, Bish- op Duce; Hymn, "Put Your Shoulder to the Piano Duet, Lillian >.Pprls Phipps: Solo, John ere'tfio rcc'ipfcats of: aVb'eauUfui Sift from the Ladles' Aid.' Mr. Elmer in town for the week end on business. Mr. Carl Taaner, .of Aetna, has purchased iho borne'of Fanny "W and moved hit family Into town.'. Mrs. C.j-Wt-.-Burt and: Mrs.'. Harry C. Lei made a business trip to Leth- bridge. j j. ISessie Cald-well has accepted the school teacher'' at Seddori for. the Mr. and. Mrs. Jotm.ydal.1, Jr., Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Cope.ia daughter. Mrs. Cope Is at her Inger. Mlss: Vlrda Lay ton, Is able tp be at Ijomo. again. Messrs. B. J. Wood, Wm. Hender- Play Equipment At Maffrath School Fine Cc.nlributlon From the Women's Institute Leaves School Splendidly Equipped Our Own Correspondent) MAGRATH, Oct. can now "boast-ot having one pf the best equipped schools in Southern Allierta. The Women's Institute have erected swings, teeter-totters, horizontal bars, ladders and.trapeze for the children. Threo sets of basketball poles, aud oao .set of football poles have been erected by the teachers. The teach- ANNIVERSARY, SERVICES ON THE ers and pupils have also been making encouragement J, arrangements for a skating rink. The, north-west corner of the park has (From Our Own Correspondent) BARONS, Oct.. 7 .-What dry lind can produce, in.'the Barons' district was 'shown 'at.! tho school fair last Thursday, September 30th. There were represented Barons, Nobleford, Whlta LakO. JVlllar lik'i all around this district. To see was to that the fair show- ed that the people cama from the four winds to make a real exhibition of the productions of the scholars from their gardens and fields. Great organization work was dono by tb-3 staff ot teachers, the trustees, tlio townspeople generally to make ihe fair a success. Some few criticisms have been made with respect to the priza distribution, it bcltig (bought that those who labored with less priv- ileges and under more trying circum- stances would have received great i future to ox- they received prizes. Possibly in liarons and Noble- not obtain admission. Rev. S. Pike presided, and all enjoyed these ser- YlocE. A number of Barons people were present on Sunday and Monday. Mr. P- Rasjuusseu and family hare gone. to' Calgary, to convention this .week. Is the edittfr of our Tho Cards'on Globe'. ffiz ffyi STOP LENDING MONEY TO SOLDIERS AND LOOK AFTER DEPENDENTS TORONTO, Oct.- Dougal chairman of the Ontario Soldiers1.'Aid commission, said yes- terday lending to soldiers and devote its attention to, looking af.te.r the chil- dren of former, soldiers.' The commis- sion has about 65 children in Toronto hostels and is anxious to have them adopted. i hat money will be spent- to best' Advantage in a STETSON. 'Quality goods of all kinds .cost less in proportion to- day than inferior .grades. JOW.N B. f-TCTSON COMPANY FhiUdclphU been flooded anil wllj be kept full of water tor freezing time. All this Is a wonderful step in advancement In the school; It gives the pupils a chance to become better daveloiied physically nd It' also kee'ps their minds occu- pied with good clean thoughts. Major Miller, S.O.C.C., inspected the cadet corps at Magrath last week. Although the cadets aro mostly begin- ners, Instructor A. J. Mercer has ac- complished, a splendid work with them. They have the right spirit, full of snap arid pep. .Major Miller, gave a splendid report of the libys and in return'wag greatly admired by them. Ho had a word of encouragement for every scout. Mr. Godfrey, manager of the local moving picture house here, is putting on ft matinee every Wednesday after- ioon. He is doing this to give, the school children a chance to Bee the show and then be home at ulght. The teachers and trustees appreciate this and hope that the parents co-operate with them in trying ,o have tho pupils spend their oven- ings at home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Finlayson, two of. PiSagrath's residents of Magralh for some eighteen on Tuesday morning for.'Utah, y expect.to malte the.Ir homo. They by large circle friends. To know them was to love them. We all wish them success in their new home. Ernest I'oulscn entertained a num- ber of friends on Friday evening at his homa. Everyone enjoyed them- selves and report a good time. Re- freshments wero served by Mrs. Poul- sen. nuraber of lady friends met at tho home of Mrs. J. L. Finlayson one afternoon last week .and spent pleasant hodr. A jolly bunch journeyed to Bridge Ranch on Saturday evening and sur- prised Mr. and Mrs. j.'p. Bridge. Mrs. Harold' Wood entertained a few friends on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clit. Nell- sbX a hoy. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sab- es', a, girl: Mr. and Mrs. S. Henry, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Itiis- musacri, a Dr. J. 'M. Tanner was the cpca'iar at the conjoint session of the M.I.A. A large audience enjoyed his re- marks, the subject of >which was 'Bolshevism." Musical numbers were 'urnished by a mule quartette and a solo by Byron Tanner. Mrs. It. G. Swift was taken to Lelh- brldge last week lo'undergo an opera- tion. aud occupy the- ford, greater.facilities tor work aro afforded, in the more Isolated school districts. But, be It known that the greatest rewards are due to the puplh, not who receive most prizes, but who come furthest along the road oMIfc. A Gyeat Anniversary Anniversary services were held at White Lake on the Barons'.and White Lake circuit on Sunday and Monday, October 3 bnd 4. Hev. 11. Bosomworth, B.A., of Coaldale, was the special preacher morning and evening. Great congregations gathered to hear Mr. Bosomworlh who preached in this community tan years ago. On Monday a fowl .supper was served by the Ladles'. Aid.. Vast numbers ot people including two largo crews of thresh- ermeh put in their appearance at the supper, a programme ol great Inter- est..was presented to a church packed :o the doors, some of whom could moved to the liouse- of Mr. S. Mr. end Mrs. C. Cooper, and Mra. J. Welsh were visitors la Leta- bridge on Tuesday, October 6th: luTbci iLu iianiry sale (o provided In the Rest Room on Satur- day, October 9th, at 3 o'clock. The Ladles' Aid of tbe church will be hi charge and the proceeds will be in aid o! church funds. Inspector Watson, ot Lethbridge, was a visitor in Barons on Thursday, September 30th. Tha basketball game played be- tween Karons and Carmangay last week, resulted In 17-13 lu favor of Barons. Mr. J. Gautron was a visitor in Letabrldgo ou Wednesday, October 5th. To Mr. and Mrr. Falrdeld, Jn Barons, on Sunday. October 3, 1820, a Bon. Tho Women's Institute held their meeting on Wednesday, October Cth at the iiome ot Mrs. Turner, four miles west ot town. Rova. H. Clegg and S. Plka wero present represent ing tUo referendum campaign, Mr Clegg addressing iha meeting.-' A mock ballot wag signed by. means o: a test, and out of twenty-eight votes cast only three ballots -were Gpci'cd This was considered- vory good when it must be known that a very few o tho. ladies had ever been .privilege! to vote before. A very interesting Item of 'the afternoon was a ver> helpful paper, entitled, "Contributions of Canadian given by Mrs Win. C. Cooper, of Barons. To say the least, It was a great surprise to a number of the ladles present that wi had such a splendid number of poets writers, and philosophers In Canada. The paper was a clear, log teal aud illuminating outline of tho ubjcct, and very'hiuch appreciated, 'herq were more than thirty ladles (resent, and a very helpful, toe was ;peut together. .i'- CURRIE AND PERSHINp SAT SIDE BV SIDE loth Were In Attendance at Dinner of New York Graduates McGIII University. NEW YORK, Oct. n chief of the expeditionary forces in Canada and tho United States hat! a reunion tonight at the dinner cf the York Graduates' Society of Me- Clll University, at the Hotel Commo- dore, when General Arthur Currle. principal of McGIII, and former G.'O. C. of the Canadian forces la France sat side by side with Gtnbral 3. Pershlng, commander of tho United States troops during the vat. were on the list' of speakers, j> Sir rChtrtoB -Gordon vice president' ot the" Bank' of Montreal, and ernor'of McGHl University also spoke. There were about 200 gusati, men women, in, j General Currle was greeted witU; prolonged applause when' he was in- troduced the first speaker The diners rose In his honor He spoke of. tha value of universitj education, PLAH TO.BUOW TOP OFF BO-FOOT HILtfi CALGARY, Oct, tons ot ex- plosives will be used tomorrow to blow j up a hill sixty feet high on a cut-off that U being made on i ha Ca- nadian National railway north of.Cal? to eliminate seven bridges which; are crossed on the right ot way. International Trade success of international tela- tionships is primaiily dependent upon commerce between nations. Our Foreign Trade Department it equipped to render a complete, seivice. We invite you to utilize bur facilities. Ftrdxn EscKinit. Dtpirtatntftr-wUh prlrati jriti Enr-V Montreal, Tororita, -cad ViBcftATcr. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch King, Manager Branchci also at and REFRESHED; V "HAD GOOD NIGHT LONDON, Oct. Mayor MacSxyincy of Cork, was more re- this mornlno at BrTxton having passed a fairly good night. He had some sleep, says a bulletin issued this morn- ing by the Irish tlon League, but to his relatives, Mayor MacSwIney seemed and more exhausted. The lord mayor suffers distress after saying even a single word, the bulletin declares. He" tries to whisper something, gasps, becomes very exhausted and Is. 1 unable to continue. The league bulletin Issued nt 12'3C p.m. said the mayor was suf- fering from trouble with his heart and was unable to talk with his relatives. T Ever "pure If you had you would know that even a wool" guarantee is not enough. Shoddy may be pure of short'fibre with no life' and doubtful label excellence of workmanship, style, fit and but also; that the .materials used in 'their high grade clothes are really-made front long fibre wool, clipped froin the live sheep's back, fast dyed and thoroughly shrunk. This'sone of thereasipnsf Fashion-Craftc'othes give lasting satisfaction. Sold by 300 merchants throughout Canada, LOUIS KEEL; Lelhbridgc Disclosing the Fact that at McKelvie McGuire's Possible to Obtain should svn-elj[ be interesting news for inen who yet to buy clothing for fall and winter wear. The old cry of J'high pi ices" need only be applicable to those who wanj; to pay them. There's a lower price standard here that 'cannot-fail to satisfy those who desire value and quality at '.consistent prices. 1 -'j have special values on display Saturday in S NEWffi Si BETTER QUALITY SUITS For the man who will go beyond that price in Society Brand and Fit-Reform. 1 r MEN'S OVERCOATS At and 'up These coats aro shown (h a yariety of fliKorcnl styles. The tliroe-tiuartcr length coil, msftecf iiibilcls, with storm collars. The long ulster coat, belted and plain, In all tho newest pattern clotbs. Light weight SLIP-ON COATS at to ALL WEATHER STORM GOATS ai up. FUR COLLARED COATS, to Plain and fancy MACKINAW COATS, Slanfield's, Dr. Jaeger, Wolsey, Tru-Knit, Watson's Etc. Combinations to Heavy ribbed Combinations. to Two-piece up Jersey weight pullovers, to Medium weight pullovers, to Heavy weight pullovers, in plain and club to Sweater Coats, all colors, to Men's Dress Shoes, to Men's to Agents for Jaeger's the Geo. A. Slater Shoes, Borsalino Hats, Fit-Reform and Society Brand'cloth- ing. If you havejb-5en in the habit1 of buying "good keep on doi ing it. LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S. WEAR IN ;