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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE .LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD Is Third in P .Drop: of Carolina aad Wyoming galas in population ilurUig Ihf.la 10 Nevada, .the-EniaUe Btato'ia the in; popula- tion, became the Ubird sfatqif'o a decreaso.; Wyoniing, .neit to tie', lous has a population 402, which Is In Chicago Xews. following. 10 years Its loss was Nevada's announced as a decrease or 5.5 per was .the'state's third j .population decline, tup decade elided' with 1S90 showing it. to have de- creased 23.0 per cent, and during the I4ab1espoon butter 1 cup sugar 1 cup flour 3 eggs, yt teaspoon vaqllla 1 teaspoon baking ponder }i teaspoon salt }z tablespoon milk 3 tablespoons Cowan's Cocoa unlit tight, JJ AddrailV. Mix aud aut noil-, tsihitif: pow- der. KtU acj Cowan's, CocoQ.-. Add lo .iTxTve inlxluie, raiitnz th'oronphlyV Add.'vanilla and melted bulter. a shallow part with jmdridca of pou. Ccjver Ixrttoia Gf pan with mixdire and spread trcnlr. U minut'S in a raodcrftle cvcit. Tatc fioni OTCH "nntJ luni on n paper, sprinkled poivilcted surar. Quickly remove pajKr. acd cu I cu a tuin strip from sides fuit! ends or cute., Spread with cocoa filling, rrjll. quietly ami cover irith coco-T f From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVES, Oct. H. S. Bagnal! of Medicine'Hat is to speak n Ellcrt's hall on next Monday night, Oct. 11, at S o'clock, when the big referen- dum'.question. All 'are'asked to take _ interest'and attend; Bruce icit for her home ia Cal gary-'on Friday. School 'sports were put on Friday afternoon bv the public" school chil- game, relay races and sacli races., nail-driving contest, Mrs. C. A. Hunt leaves-on Wednes- day'for Lelhbridge where, she will spend tho week-end with: her daugh' ter, Sirs. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Connell and taken the position as teacher for Uio >rimary grade of tho public school. Dout forget, the datu, Oct. --18. In Ellert's hall, .when the Catholic ladies' >azaar will be held and Thanksgiving supper served from 6 to B p.m. Tha raffling of the cushion and fuBner wll take place In tho evening, and a dance will follow, with Hlggins', orchestra ia .Mrs. Chapman takes ovor the Hun hotel on Tuesday.. Mrs. Bagnal left on" Monday 'for Mediclna Hat after Breaking to a tal houso: on. thai-referendum. question at the John Sunday. Joe' school at 1-17 Threshing Proceeds in Districts Around Henbval- Baker; ol. Calgary was a visitor in town on Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Mchardson dren left on Tuesday to' Richardson at Degirja. and ch il- join Mr. COL. GEO. HAM WINS HEARTS OF THE LADIES QUEBEC, Oct. Press) WQaebec opened .wide her.portals yesterday to the, delegates of. the '.Vomeu's Press Club who made a day of-sight sueing fhe ancient, capital: They'were the guests.of the Canad- ian Pacific railway at a-.dinner at the expressed'their appreciation to the P. Jl. aud Cql. Hani, and presented Ihe latter with a splendid travelling hag: family left on Monday for a holiday at Calgary and. Edmonton'. ._ The .United Indies'- Guild. met last Chateau Prontenac last night. The Friday "at-thn home of Mrs. Hollander, dinner was presided over by Col. Gco. dainty refreshments being served by. Ham'iol the C.P.R. publicity depart- the hostessi ment. At the conclusion of the dinner, Constahlfi Hideon of "Warner andj Miss Saunde'rfl, on behalf of the ladies Constable McWilliains of-Lethbridsol were in town on Friday making SDT; oral business calls which kept some a-thinking. Mr. Norris made a business trip :o I-ethprfuge on Thursday. Mr.' and Mrs.' OttsV Gesslemen had 13 their .guests during the week Mr. A. 'C. Plaster and 'Mr. .Enseri of Spo-; iane, .Wash. The Guild .met .on Friday at the ome of Mra. S. I. The ladies are to bold their ba.xaar the latter part of next month and are. busy making preparations. Mr. Earl Ifeughs of Masslnasiu was in town- on Monday. Mr. Montgomery of T.ethbridge wnaj buRlhess visitor in townjfor.a cou- ple of da'ys' Iho! first of the" week: Mr. Th'oSvTenna'nt is' atV Rochester, (Froui' Our Own Correspondent) Oct.- Threshing fn the dlstrict'ls nearing the close. South of town two or three odd Sobs remain there Is, now otherwise only the stack left iu the nelds. In sonte cases a few pats have been reserved 'for clacking as teed, .and uaullu; tb tho barn, but In most cases It Is' up to the grain wagou. In the Ki ri castle' district threshing is still ing will for a number of. days river there are about, th'ree .weeks threshing yet, slaved laie. The Me- outfit has quite a bit to do' b'nt: Started late. .South of Darn- well three weeks is eipccted. If good weatfier kee'ps np. Dry weather be- ginning before the harvest and tie pre-. valence of- Weedst have been respon- for- reduction of the expected tnd "upper parts of tho heads not Some cases.'while where the crop would .he. heavy In one -part of the field, the rest was so weedy as to re- In Gojderf Prairie -and from there west, south of crop has been lanniug about elghteeu and twenty, with oats only-twenty-five and thirty, and most of the latter mixed with mus tard and 'thistle The best rield of osts was' that of W.'O. Ahlgrim. which cle'au and ran to A Terrier of Pincastle; who bought tho Jesperson farm had a rcrj fine iteld of 85' wheat, which showed about 24 liusliels, which would have been better but for shelliag T thou sand of wheat, and also two strips of whnat and oats respectneb 'n-h reserved fot" Qeed L Daj had a wheat ylel'd of orar three thousand. The Red Rose Tta package with the blue 'label contains tea of a little'.finer quality than'the package with the green label, .which it to well known in Western Canada. The blue label sells at a few cents a pound more, but goes farther in the cup. Try a sealed carton with the Blue LabeU f Red Rote Coffee it told only in the'setiled air-tight Red Rote Can, loaded, standing on the spur wera.al- to burned. The company is making preparations to replate.thc tipple aa soon as possible. standards to be erected by the' orders of the -Town Council at five, ot -the7principal-street -crossings for the direction, o! traffic, have now, been and will be 'placed ft position withW (Ills next few days, the city staff behfg busy at present giving ;ome of tho hydraiits a thorough over- hauling. l.ittle-lntertst Taken Tho voters list for the referendum .has been posted; and'this week re- in general the has Veen reduced KiBion 0[ Iisls is in order hut ac his 'Mijiri., where' he isHo undergo Icius operation by Mayo Bros, friends will regret-to Tennant', Is leaving .via Shelby, on Sundayjo be "athis bedside. A speed_? recovery for'. him is Mr.'Akeron of Calgary .is a fcusiness town for. the week. Services' will he hold In th'o Cathoi lie church on 'Sunday.. The referendum campaign commit- tee mot at the .home of H. Thompson on Tuesday night: Miss McFarlt.no left; on Saturday for her home In the east.r. The Guild are to Friday at the home of Mrs. Tomphor. _ Miss Morris of Medicine Hat has Wo'-syeclnure -nenlly killing means of- electricity.' It arc troubled, write r if For Illustrated Folllcr. lj't ;_ BUS. AXTtlJ. THOMAS. Culropractora and Thera'p'eutlsts. 115 Mayfalr Ave., .VTInr.tpec, Man. SALE CHEAP AS GOOD AS NEW LCtevroIel, 1919Modelrun 100miles........ 1 Chevroiet 1919 Model run UdO miles...... 1 Ckvrolet, 1918 Model rim NEW PRICE PER TRUCK TODAY WITH r Our reason for have taken in Trucks fiom outrof-tovm branches and have too many. All have been kept up to Al standard in full repair, APPLY ULU LIMITED by tho condition fields shell ing and the dn "spell just beforf the harvest The dn fall baa been ac eompanied b> vjindy weather which has caused frequent shutdowns A light shower dls tlnct last night with a little thunder and -ul In1! been succeeded 'Irrigation The lor the TAcr irr: tion eitenaion arc camped south of tvwfi a" 1 are shov nig the fist motors in in use. for transportation and par ties of met with east kas far beyond golden tPralrig south .natures line not .ill been obtained fvet, but prospdcts v.ere good enough o allow of work to go head as fast as possible T Wadena district ill make i tnp to the old home at London Ont winter, taking the amily withshim. i 'One of the miners at the Hegal-Cot- leriea had the nnsfortuno to have a iiece of. lock drop oil him jesterdaj Rhlle m HuTninc Ina bod) being bent louble by the impact and tho left side if his badly bruised "yVhile threanng was'proceeding on farm ot T lierryhlll a runaway oc havp. liad.'serloiis ionsequences Mr% er was dnv ng the when a rein slipped and the testive team lecomlng frightened took to their heels yoke disconnecting from ho wagon tongue Although onlj loin Icon Ihe- girl had presence of mind enough to hold the'seat withrhoth naif- (tlthough the cam jnaiily for some time be- :ore holng caught, was atill there at the finish except for slight Hie harhess, nir'further In [nrv occarred j Steve'Kiss "oC'Wadeiia Is- expecting ihe'' return ot .his' eldest son, from Butppc in the'near future! i Moved Sale Barn .W. A; at-last got tlie big sale birn Into position on the lots west ot the Citizens Lumber ynrd on street, and Contractor Hudson la'-hurrying' tho work .ot remodeling the 'building 'and corals.'...-Tits latter will be placed nt llio rear and eist side of'the building.; GralnhaUIlng is how the order of Hie and the elevators are being kept busy taking U In Cars nra also being shipped out by local farmers Domahd for men to finish up, thresh ing 'operations still continues, and little-heavier than the supply. Some of (he members, of- the, early crews have already departed -for tho B. C and mills are proceeding on sev and In som cases! concrete, toun.d a liens' are blni put in, so carpenters aro bqing key busy, H. F. having ft coupis o hig 'Hull avenue pfoperiloa repainted and decorated. ,'.y> shower.: of confetti-and- othe honeymoon articles was tho unusun sight afforded passengers on the noon wsstboutiil today at the.faber depot tho occasion tfelng the deparCiro o 0. Pierson and bis brldo (formerly Miss Uicllld on their honey moon trip. ceremony tooli place nt last evening, Blsh'op Hayncs I) Ing Ifif nuptial' knot, Ml" Lottie sister of ;ftie bride, tint Mr. 1L Vnn: oof thi groom, 'supporting' the principals. Thi happy cotiple left today for Salt Laic ony imi icidiiu on .1 two week1! trip and-will take up tKeJr residence in Tabcr on their1 return, Plcrsou resuming his duties as night.operato at tho'ddpot hero. Box Cara'Burned On .1 'TICKETS MAY BE OBTAINED AT- THE. FOLLOWING DRUB .'.STORE'S: j, D. Hlgin- both'am 4.Co., Kidlcy Drujj Co., Sydney Jackson, Red fcross Drug and Co, Smokes Drug Co, People's Drjig Store. E. J. SEHL, Chairman Reception Committee v 1 i Phones: 762, Residence' 1095 GOD SAVE THE KING ;