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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta C'i WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1929 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY' HERALD PAGE NINE Big Gathering at Hwy 'joints Were Repre- seated Our OmVOomnoadmt) TABES, Oct. The annual A. lodge of fnttruo iioa: for -this district, which Includes points as far. cast Medicine Hat and .Foremost, was he'd'hers !n the rooms Lodge, A, f.-lt A. M., Taber.'Ib the G. W. V. A. build- ing.' J eeterday at torxoon at 2 and was attended by several ot the leading lights of of the province, as well SB Tisiting brethern from a dis- tance- :Tha meeting was over by D. D, G. M. B. W. Bro. J, T. W'tllaril, of district No. 2, 'of iTab.eiv the in bes! "representatl Te 8 o( the ot tie i district, among the rtlttoci were Grand Master Kemmia, of; Grand Lodge, Grand See. Taylor, Grand J. D: p. JO. M. Arthur Past D; G. M. ty TV T. Graham, and Graiid ".Master Judge Jack'son, jnemierslof 'the lyCthbrldge lodges. BEHEVUESPRlpALSTRHi lectures'were, lie Uvered.b'jiGrand Master Ke.nirals, and Se'cretary-ouUhe' work of the principles of [-Ma- 'annual' Masonic .banquet followed'at Bro. Ft. H. Aiidersbn, of as toastinasler. After are Joining la a loyal community effort to put over the Chautang.ua; successfully. The weather Is favorable and the sessions yester- day were largely attended. The' main attraction yesterday Dr. Robt.. Parker 51 lies, who delivered I tit famous lecture "Sparks." Tunlght Capt. Gorman Imric will speak ou he subject "Some Political Problems Facing 'John Bull and Uncle Sam." local committee and associated with him are the followtns well-kaOKn Cranura gentlemen: J. C. Brown, H. H. Ferris, Ceorge Frank, N. R. A, Macleod. J. Lons, A. W. 'Ander- son, M. R. Matnesba, George C. Goesoo, G. R. Torraoce, Thoroas Hlalr, S. Jaa. Finder, C. M. DUE2, I-. j. Mil- ler, James Blair, Donald A; Mathosnn. Cyrus Little, D. S. McMillan and F. W. West. GET HERALD AT CLARESHOLli AT 3 O'CLOCK IH AFTERrWOtl NtfW KICK FROM HORSE FATAt ANTIGONISH, S.. S.. Oct. Thomas Homers died yesterday follow- injuries received from a tick by his bone while, he was In F, 0. C1ARESHOLM, Oct. I noon train service between Lethbrldse aud Calgary la p'roving very popular along thta lino. It Is appreciated by the general public and tie trala la well are (ravelling. Tben, too, the LethbrHje daily paper now reaches before five o'clock, is an added Milk h. reduced to 13 cents at Till- soiiburg. In one man sells, at eight cents. -The and (le police following .their etniggle in the restaurant reached the street. police officers, badly wounded, gave up their lives out of the above the of the Sbleli's1 residence'oil 'Front street by A. H. Beard, the well-known curler, who has besn occupying the Hosarth residence, on-. Hull avenue, for the past few years. we sro informed, lias decided to move to town for. the winter from his farm northeast of. Fin castle, and will pccup) the house rented by Mr, Beard The deal by which 'Albert Tprrie, ot Fincaslle, has become the owner of the Pitt ranch, north ot Grassy Lake, has been put through, but Mr Torrle still retains the old farm north of Fiacastle, also the; old Jeapcrson place Booth ot Taber. Constables Tplton and' ChrlBtenBon, Wl. of the It: a M. whoTiave been at a change in tached to the summer camp atTSanH, with ths same.'of considerable later- spiat, the week end visiting their est to the citizens'pf town parents in Tnber. district, has just taken .place, la Uiej Neil.McKellar returned ,on Saturday purchase of tho stock, fixtures .and Also Disposes; ot Residence- Other Changes .in. Piroperty Recorded (JVom'Onr Own'Corres'pondeat) TABER, Oct. business deal uisirjui. i-iu. .piu- f--------- Vv-'ni-i-n D. G. M.'J.-T, Willarf hardware, business of Shiells, W. Brother Mur- whose' store, on. ftial_ .dates W. Brother George No. 2. R.- W. gro. JinnVo Doric, No. 3l. R. W. Bro. .GwriaiMcBain, Miipah R. W. Jjike R. Grassy W. Dro. Bell, Bow Islan'd N6 65. 'R. .W. Bro. Quarry, No. 70, -Rede! iff. R. W. Bro. Cook, Suffleld lf6.-86. R. W. Bro. Watson, _. by ill. Address' by JL Brother Judge by Brother B. T1. response by R. W. Brother D. Q. M: Graham and Brother H. A. Cook "Brother J; W. Proposed by W. Grind Master; response by W. Brother 51. H> Anderson and W. Brother H. P. v Mnnro. j) Proposed by Brothw BortSer predk.is dub the.-ladles, .who MBiBted continued to a late those present reporting a most enjoyable'time. hick to the earliest day purchaser is who 'has >een with years. Mr. we bjBr lind him sonieof 'the, prominent bnsi- neSs men here, jiislne'ss at .the" old-: stand.' It might be said here that we; don't believe the popnlarV'Bob" eremy in toyni, and whlls the toivn; hates an oldUriier 'jiko .we'heileve hs has provided a mighty good sustitute in his successor. Mr. Morrow brings to his position as proprietor, an oblig- friendly manner, and a thorough, knowledge of. and the hardware- needB ot the district that cannot fail to best wishes for his success from towa and district. The reason for the transfer is the ill health of the Jtdrmer proprietor, wso spent some in B. C. recently ta" for. better health, and Ifas'-at'lengUi decided to give-up'the to a warmer e from Raymond, and vicinity. The 'three-shift system 'is now in operatloil at operators cove'rlng the twentyrfbnr, hour stretch Mayor D. M. Leyden Is leading the 0 CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's standard since 1858 question of insUHiiig a: more simple form of drinking fountain, in which ihS; pressure of a button ;Will te all required; as 'there are ahofit five hun dred children, In ,X good exhibition flrednll wap given at.the last.regniar'w'actlce on Wedne'sday night. Citizens Jumped to ihelr doors at the sound oZ.tbe gong only" to be reassured, as. they viewed methodical work of the brigade with- out the accompanying blaze. (By P. C. Steele.) CLARESHOLM, Oct. la a blessing to auy country. In our section, of Idaho the water has made land worth from to fl.OCO an aero. It the same for Albeita." This is the way F. Anderson, a real estate man of Coeur De Aleuc, Idaho, expressed himself in answer to a; query regarding irrigation in that state Sir Anderson is keenly inter- ested development in Al- berta and Is following closely the Herald's1, stories from tho irrigated states ot the Intel-mountain region. He- is. an old time Claresholm man and is here on.a business visit winter climate. 'The store building has also been purchased by the new proprietor of the business.' _; Another property arising The children-love Wrisley's-and ifs good for them. "V Made under conditions of absolute cleanliness and brought to them tn MMfiJcv's seated sanitary pacfcue. Satisfies the craviofi for sweets, aids diaesttoasweet- ens breath, allavs thirst aod helps keep teeth dean. 4 Costs tittle, benefits much. Qiautauqua At foaldale A Success Community fie By Officials of Methodist Church. (Fiam Our Own Correspondent) COALDALE, October The Cliautaiiqua has come and gone and left an excellent impression The school auditorium was crowded to ca pacity every night, with a highly ap precis live crowd. The lecturers, Dr Parker Miles and Copt. Imrlc, spoke on lever and sustained .their 'reputation invevery way "Wa are sorry to say, however, that some at the hack ot the hall could not catch the whole of Capt. Imrie's rapid nre oratory. The music- and elocution features were excellent, although many people the. opinion ihat the ladles rolces wouid sound just as. well ,hey were a little more generous with. .he amohnt of clothes they wore. The Serbian orchestra was in the opinion of many the host item presented. The picturesque costumes inigue Instruments and sweet native riiusic'created a profound impression. Great credit is due the loval bam of hustlers In Belling' tickets.- It mean reel work and was done as a last.rnit ule job. Result Is that the giiarante Is. more than raised and no disagree able aftermath is lett. The W. M. S. will meet nl the lion- of Mrs. A. J; Law, on Wednesday a S p. m. A full attendance is urged On Thursday next, Oct. 14, Dr. C. Henshls, of the Lord's Day Alliance will lecture In tho Coaldale school o "Some Things Canada Can't Afford td lose." There will be a program ol music' and moving pictures in acini tlon to ih-. Henshis', lecture Admia Blon free. Dr. Heiishls' Is one of thii ablest speakers on tho platform and a treat is assured for all who attend On Friday evening Rev. W B Gal 16way, the travelling section of Sun- day schools for the Methodist church, will Tislt Coaldalq. All. interested irt ork are urged tr 'hear Mr. Galloway at 8 p. m. After this mooting Mr. Galloway will address tho Pathfinder and Tunis classes. Mrs. H. Jewett has had to abandon her trip to England .as It was found too much for Mr. jswett Jr PASTURE IN HILLS WAS NEVER BETTER F. C. Steele.) QRANUM, Oct. df the1 Granum district slate thnt.'lhti. pasture in tho hill country wns neyef better. They still recall tho anxious weeks of last winter, but that la only a memory. Today the stock arc fnt and hard and Ihe outlook for Iho crtm- Ing'wlnter Is exceedingly bright. ,Tho tamers In this necllon are realizing more each year (hit divcrsl rted fnrmlntf Is the only safe method, They are gradually wofkim; InUnmlx- ed farming, Tho name OranuM conies from a Latin term meanhifj firnln, which manifestly denotes a whea.t .pro-, duclng district. Clrammi has raised enormous crops and hor farmers slIH! Jiavo all kinds r.f faith In southern '.VI berta.and district. HE name .that for over half a .century has satisfieil the style demands of well-dressed men. Fifty years of Progress, both in the martufacturing and in the confidence of the Public! has made TOOKE merchandise the Nation's standard; 'Whatever your taste in shirts, collars and neck- wear may be, you can with safety and confidence say TOOKE to your dealer. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED Manufacturers of Shirts, Collars and Neckwear MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER r Inctnlars of Ihe TOOKE HOOK fa, sojl ;