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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, rill'; IMH.V PAGE NINE Took Every iPrize Hui Provincial-Cabinet Ministers Visit (he Valley (From Our Own Coirtawn-lcnH CS1ESTOX, U.C., ,0ci. WJlli the exception ot one variety crab- ajjples Crcston growers cleaned up every prize Ju Ihc fruit section at the big Easl KooU-11 ay exhibition at Cran- broolt on Thursday lust. Entries ivere made la at Icaci CD different sections. The fruit exhibit from here waa tho i outstanding feature or tlic show. Tho display was senl down by Ibe Creslon board c! trade, and comprised prac- tically every bos and crate of Trull shown at the Crcston fair a few days previous. In aomo of the vegetable classes Crcston also scored. Crcston valley Lad au official visit iltls week from Hon. J. IIv-KliiE. min- ister ot worta, and HOD. E. D. Harrow, minister of agriculture. The former making an Inspection Irjp of ibe prorloclnl bridges aud highways, while -Mr. Darrow was chiefly Inter- ested in tho soldier nettle men I at Us- ler, where ho spcut most of lime. Thorc arc DOW men in thii camp, about two dozen of whom have tlielr Tvivea and families domiciled with them. Dunk house accommodation ,ia enlarged, and ns soon as the beds and mattresses arrive another 30 men will he taken on. The waiting list 61 men who wanl lo come on the land flt Llstqr lii a thousand per cent. Ill cicCEV oT UIQ accommodation. Wfliie in icnvn .Messrs. anil Barrow were'guests at a. Epcclal meet- ing of the boanl of trade, at which there was nn" informal discussion of various matters affecting the valley. In view of the opening up of the lis- ter area by returned soldier farmers the agriculture (lepnrtmenl will at once jilacc a resident agricultural and horticultural expert here lo look after the needs or the newcomers ns well as Ur-help out Ihe local orchartllsts, though it is not the intention nt pres- ent to establish even an experimental plot here. Among other things lion Mr. King assured thai If the federal government, are prepared to uDdcrlafce the drainage of Kutjlenay flatj, pro- Tided the lands arc ceded them foi eoldler settlement, Mr. King was quite emphatic in stating Ihc provincial au- thorities would rop.dily transfer the lands under those coadll'onE. He.also assured that a now ferry to replace the rather ohsolclc lype of scow new In use on Koolcnay river would be provided for iu next year's estimates. At Saturday night's meeting C. Garland was elected secretary oE the O.W.V-A., succeeding 11. Sinclalr- Smllli, resigned. The vets' nrganlza- tion Is .-now slightly over, forty, and a Why pay high prices for tea when BLUE RIBBON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought at 60c per pound Prince Attends Laying of Parliament Building Foundation Stone, Ottawa. chased tbe b. H. Hussack ranch ol 20 acre 5- A elrJog ot ten refrigerator cars on Ihe Union warehouse aiding and team track is evidence that Hie winter ap- plo crop moving in-quantity now, and the rush will continue tor at least another three weohe. The Union rehouse is InlaUy Inadequate to provide storage tills season, and grow- ers aro loading direct from 4Ue wagon Into Uie cars to facilitate matters. Tlio reed nil mid season eipcclallons. 411 the winter varieties have been sold in PTPoiipnl flriTBntnec. iho demand from Manitoba wholesalers th's year being unprecedentally heavy, particu- larly for Wngncra. EVERY MAN IS SICK Great Epidemic Is Ravaging the City cxpos'.tton. Tn New York he mot Miss Margharlta Taylor, a Ijeauifftil New England girl from Mllford. Conn. They married the following year, and the wealthy Yankee bride iled away wilh her bridegroom to ronnnlin Russia of those days. Ice they returned to Newport and Bridgeport for brief visits, acconi- 2d by tvro golden haired daugh- on their second visit. Life TI i M 'icrs on er secon Maid Fleeing From on unni the T_ I war came to Inlerruyt its calm. .a .imipu, NIcliolaa wa5 York tO Old Sweetheart early in tbe war, and the Yankee wilu ._______., was left a widow "with her two charm- You could cover In 16 minutes the Chrapovilsltr recently distance between Ivro palatial homes [0id a rcw tilings about htr childhood that faced Ihe FonUnka In Petrograd. ivblcli, she admits, WLS more or less where In the fat old yeara before the llkc a sLorv- a girl In one home and a boy 'llfe hcr Shc morc comfortahlc and Ihe other grew up in that carefree i than it will ever be for or Philadelphia." VomVort olhcr eirls (or' PHILADELPHIA, and culture lhat pervaded their vears to comc- cven Ad: is suffering from the worst, epidemic world. Their parents were friends ralral Kolcbak does com The sum of J35 was realized from the concert given by the United Church, which was thoroughly enjoy- ed by all who attended A farewell was given Rev. Preston on Saturday night by Ibe Ladles' Aid and members of the United Church as lie left on -Monday to flolBli Ilia course at college In Toronto. Mrs. Harry Smith haa relurnrd from a visit with relatives In North olic Church on Sunday. Mrs. K. Huock made a. trip Sweet Grass on Tuesday. [by Police Court Judge Lanclot In th ic case of an allegeil draft evader ivil [hold up for the present several thous- jand similar prosecutions imderlaken A Judgment rendered the military autliorltics- not to outside of onr home. bnt all the bartenders and saloon, keep- era say they never heard ot so much illness in Iho cily before. The outbreak of disease followed close upon a decision handed doirn by Judge Dlckson, In the federal court, to the effect lhat It was: not unlawful for a saloonkeeper lo aell whiskey for medlcfaal purposes. Immediately In all parts of the city 111 men staggered into saloons nnd In feeble tones asked (or a drink of whiskey. The bartenders have not RiYiera. 'And still the children dodged each other, recounts the World, of Now York. Hut all the Trhile destiny was teen- Ing an eye on pair, I thfnk we "must have had about 50 ernesses. -We ar.e- Dakota, Air. Smith going Great an, wi something of-lho inevllableness thai was only 1C. when the -ivar began and stalks through -a Russian novel, she sne Falls to meet her. Mr. and Mra. Geo. Stewart hare re- now lurned from a trip to Great Falls. many Win. Toiley Is on a businesg Irip languages because my sister has been to Lethhrldge. lo do very useful war work. move-is OH loot lo give "an entertain- ibeen so overworked eince July 1. ment or subscription list, ll---------" order and'fUT- oish Town prbpErfy.; has been changing banfls of Inlc, 3lr5, 31. Young has sold-lier two acre residential'pro- perly on 'Fourth slrejel to G, H.'Doh- Ice, while her coLlaKe on Murray Ave. haa been .purchased by P. 0.' LUlle. Con. Hall has'disposed of his five acre ranch to Geo. Davcy, a returned mail, and Mr.-and Mrs. Hall will 'spend a'feV months at the old liomc 1 thermometer. In New Brunswick. .iS. U. Beyls oil They say lhat Ihey can't handle Iho rush and are precau- tionary raMBDres. In one saloon when a man says he 13 m and asks for a drink, the bar- tenrtcr saya, "stick 'out yn'Jr tongue." It IL shows a ruddy hue thq drink is required. Otter harlendera are feel- ing the pulses of customers, while ono large drink emporium in tbe ceiilre of the city" is planning lo supply each bartender with a. stethoscope and Cra.nbrook: has Ihe] gergt.-ilajor J. Morley, formerly ol IJartholoinen' whHo "-John H- Winnipeg, dltd-ln tho Vancouver hos- JrlrOiK-rin. an'Alhprln pneumonia, s since been a nurse wllh tbe trailed them half way around lhE Hed Cross moat ol that lime world toJS'ew York and brought Ihem R linguistic ahilliy, how- in a palatial apartment lhat lhls Birl la proud, hut on overlooks Central Park account of lier- accomplishments as a 'The girl in Hie' story Is Mlas Olga coofc- J" the months she .and ChrflpovltRky. The man is Goorge de have .been. I'.vlng in a lOlh in Fllosofoff. an officer in the Ilusstan rioor aparlmenl in Xew York -they army, who came' here on a heilth fur-- havc bai1 experience In lough to recuperate from wounds arid gss pqlsoTiing. On Auguat 23 they wera married in the Russian Greefc church at Bridgeport, Conn. The next ting on Befriended Soldiers Russian soldiers and sailors visiting hare enjoyed the has- day tbey started on their long journey pitalily of mother and daughter since lo Siberia, the soldier returning lo his they came last November. One evc- reEjmenl and the bride lo Hcd In July there wns a iiew guest work. j at one of these gatherings! He vras Molhs? silting on Ihe big sofa near lha' front To gel at Ihe beginning of this window watching-the evening prcLly romance of actuality, one must'ows solUe down over tho Pres- go back lo 1394r when Nicholas eVlly he was on his feet, because Chrapovilsky, a handsome young oftl- there was n beautiful blue-eyed girl, cer In Ihc Russian navy, visiled ihis with wavy fair hair, pale- and country with tho Russian fleet on red occasion of the World's Columbian cannot, drink coffee within four hours of bed- time and get their nat- ural sleep. But bear this ii> a cheery evening table drink 13 wanted {You tan drink without There's no caffeine in Postum, no sleeplessness or nerve irritation. And youll be pleased with the flavor. Try Postum ten days and find put for yourself. There's .a Reason" lade by Canadian Postum Cereal Co. Sen-ices will be held ID tbe Cath- lips staiiaing beside him. She was Olga CliranovIUky. Her mother, who is now Mrs. Derlclden, introduced them. All crentng Hisy lind eniHeS3_thlngs to talk nbout, because the girl Vnew' B lot Of offlcora in Mr. Da Kilosolofl's reglirient. For the lonely soldier she ayraboHzed fact lliat their parents had Lccn friends, and other Inexplicable kinship, gave them the oddest feelings that thcr had known each other niivars. Within a they were engaged. I The wedding reception was at the] homo o[ Iho bride's uncle, Henry.A. j Taylor, of Bridgeport and Newport. Any number of New England cousina were at'Ihe church to see this brido and bridegroom march three times around the altar with candles In their liand.3. in accordance v.ltli the- Grtek chnrch ceremonial. Reds Destroy Home The young cauple.hnve no idea whnt is ahead of them after Russia shall emerge from the present chaos. Miss Chrapovllsky ami her sister nnd their mother left their magnlflcient home in June, 1517, after having wit- nessed Jivo months of Iho revolution. They leu everything just as It silver, nrt, everyllilns. A !ew of their best pictures they took lo the attic nnd left them there with heir faces to the wall, hoping that m'ght overlook Ihem Ln the orgies of destruction. They iavc since heard lhat the house was appropriated ami that what was not carried away was destroyed. Letters lliat have comc to them have Inlrt of the murder of intimate friends ifi Pelrograd. TRY IT ONCE Bid Tte fed quite confident (bat 7011 KiH ncTer rue ordicarj1 ointmeata egflin for Blia injuries and diseaaea. Ijecausa of its unique compouiioa enda ?ainr drawa out in- fiammation and heals In tbe ihortet possible time. ao, but it Tircrcnl3, ahsolafdj, anj- possibility of blooJ-poisoninp. Get a box lo-tJiy1-. Mfl beep it handy for Itma jonnelf Anil expense. cuts, burnSj eczema, ulceis, blood-poisoning And piles Zam-lJuk u ouequaUcd. 5Qc, box, 'amBuk ci'' i Girls! Yourriair needs a little all! When it becomes lifeless, thin or loses its when ugly djndrufl your haij- falls.out, a 35-cent botlle of delightful "Danderine" from any store, will sive your hair also's beauty. You can have nice, thick hair, too Announcement of Juvenile Classes In Folk, Ballroom and AestKelic Dancing, Gymnastics and Expression. _ MISS GORENNE GERBER of the Conservalory of Music will form the following Jiivenlle ClaasCa J on Saturday adernoon, October 11 at 2 o'clock.. 1. Class for children (rom 8 to 12 years of age for tbe study ol the customs of He JIHerenl nations, including [olMandng and folk- lore. 2. Class [or prls from'12 lo 16 years of. age Iu Swedish Gym- nastics, folk'npa aesthetic dancing. 3. Class for boys and girls [rom 10 lo 16 years o[ age in tall- room Dancing. 4! Class for children o[ various ages m Toice IrainiDg and ex- pression. 1 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE No. 765 rFrom Our Corr-jsninrfcnO MILK niVKll. Oct. Uen Kllorl 1ms rclurnod from visiting licr Bister, Miss Illsliop, al Great Falls, Mont. Mr and Mrs. Jochcm and daughter Mary havc returned from an extended visit to Minnesota, accompanied by Mr. 'Jocliem'fi rnothcr. Mrs. C. l.loyd Grlrdth Is enlertnln- Ing as her guest Mrs. W.' F. McMahon ot I.cthbrldge. Thoa. Illclinrdson has returned from Red Deer. Jas. Neilson or the Ellison Milling Co., 'l.clhbridgc. Is In town on busl ncas for A feiv days. 'Mr. and' Mrs. J. I'. Dolierly and daughter Mary are visiting at High wood, .Mont. The First "Aid (ilrla met will] Mrs. Iliirick .on afternoon. J'sn ,'Elltrl lias rolllrncd (rom Do You Hear the Children Calling You? The Children's Shelter must he moved to a more healthy location. The best-we can do for these little compared', with what the world owes education and a preparation that will give them a fair start m life. Do you know where these, children live now? If you do you will' understand why they must be moved to better surroundings. The Women -of Lethbridge Ask YOUR Help to move the home. They need Now that war efforts are largely over they are counting on.the assistance of every citizen, young and old, to unitedly make it possible for 'them to see that Lethbridge does its duty to ihe children depending on it. Please be generous in this most worthy a privilege. Some day these children will be your reward, V TaprDay, 18 ;