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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 14, .1920 .THE HATLYHEUALD flret time la yroTlace ut Quebec nd posglbiy for tke first time in .Canada, the superior court 'aaiictidntd the of a Terbal will. Justice Si llton, as contained In' the following, words uttered by (he young soldier on tte eie 6t his departure for tho war la.November, 1917. "It I kljled or die on active ser- vice, :I leave everything to you, fath- lie ww killed on January 23rd, 1918. DIVIDEND 6F lOc ON THE DOLLAR U.-Mr. J. C. Qwynn, liquidator ot the Dominion Women Voters Active In The W Cause (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Oct. ladies' aid of the United Church met with kvu, wuu tuo t-vut i. proof of the last will and testament been allowed by the court, and to set of his ion, Lieut. DouglM R. claims of unsecured; creditors not yet allowed by ihe court, be adjudicated upon .in., the near tut- "secured- creditors have- already been paid tlie'ambunt of as pruuttiv u rfuatiw ___ urveyor, howeter. by written order Trust company, .hss received an order M whltney last Thursday after- thereon, it WM not to jtrom Mr. Justice Murphyauthorizing noon 3nd a shori business meet- stand a precedent. him to pay a dividend of ten cents a 80cU! llm, was spent. Later In The petitioner was George dollar upon those claims ot un- lho ajteraoon a iainty lunch was serv- ton, who asked the court to grant-; secured creditors which have so lar fl as3IEtel In serv- iag by her sister, Mrs. Watt, her daughter Mrs. Hylands, and Mrs. C. Thompson. The next meeting will be at "Maple Grove Farm" the home of Mrs. I. D. James on Thursday, Oct. 21at. On Sunday night ijie annual niles osl'd'TrM 358774- [Ss.ch'uVch6 an" Kev. B.'wis P.Md, of Taber charee the scr Ice. In his introductory remarks e spoke of the Vr'ork being dw.e iU mothers 9 and m a d-e We don't b change the old-fas ed way. Our grandmothers STRAWBERRY that was good enough for posterity. We do it their way Sugar fresh strawber- ries cooked in small batches. Insist on Quaker Brand Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. HEftD OFFlgEv VANCOUVER, a'c w Get Oirt Your Bottle'pf tlnl- ment and the I EREN'T ready for that last quick" switch in temperature, were you? Left you stiff, sore, full of rheumatic twinges? You should have had a bottle oi Sloan's Liniment handy "that would have penetrated without' warmed and soon eased inns cles, quieted the iumpy, painful, affect ed part and brought, gratifying .relief Helpful in attacks {.of.. lumbago, .'sciat lea, external _ stiffness r W I Linitneni SALE FAM- STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR-'SALE BY PUBLIC 3 J! AUCTION AT THE LETHBRIDGE FARMERS' FEED BARN, t '3RD STREET MONDAY; OCTOBER 18TH 'AT O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING 'i COWS J5 high grade milk cows, 4 to S o'S. 1 matched team ot black 'geldlKfa, 6 a'nd old, weight pounds; bay d.and 7 yeaVa old, One TiSy mare, 8 years old, weight pounds, onO pure bred Cylda I.60J) iidunJa, one hayv gelding, S years old, one bay gelding, 9 years old, pounds, 'JnmMV Tragons) complete, one running gear wagon; four harness; one-'doublo disc harrow, one three-bottom Lacroase 'engine" plow! one f6ur section harron'; one post hole digger; .one Bulky two-bottom; one single hu'ggy; Everything to be told the nwncf It giving up farming, CASH r J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer N. 3, MINERS TO t. TAKE STRIKE VOTE TRURO, N. S., Oct. Representatives of the United Mine Workers yesterday after discussing ths Royal Comuils- slou's report awarding the mlu- era increased wages and recom; mending Improved tueslng con- ditions, decided to take a strike 't vote In all unions as to accept- i ance or rejection of the report. Alderman Arrests WETASKIVVIN', Oct. A. P Frost, of the S.C.P.: of Calgary; nly in our own Dominion hut also In the city chief (at police under arres after infdnlght In a most tacular fashion-whli-h has created a great In '-he city. Frost canie up from Ponoka las night ivhere lodged an insane patient, and'Was accompanied by Rev. Mr! chaplain of the depart- ment. While waiting for the train for HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces the high cost of living by lessening the amount of expensive .meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. 3Fhe increased of bread made in the home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the attention to which it is Justly entitled. Bread made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Canada- reign fields. Then followed a spies- A -the .speaker flaking for Next 'Sunday evening Rev. V. M. ilbert will preach on church union. fovv of the .omen of Bow Island and'district mot n tho rest room, where they listened o- an excelleat address delivered by lisa Decker of Toronto. To listen ir.______..... o a speak or. with such an easy man- step-out o'n'the .-plstform. Thoy ao- uses In his work.-with insahe prisoners clapped them on tha chief. lir. Frost then summoned the pro; vincfal police and placed the chief of Police Haig ap-ftho WetaskJwin city police force under preached .tho two and asked them er and good flow of language is cer- ainly a pleasure and an education and ten Miss Becker-spoke as one -who ully understandB her problem. Hav- ig wprked'thi-pugh the past campaign i; Ontario, she has learned many hinga about the movement. Those present yesterday felt after her address that It was time that wo and doing" if we are going lompanted him.' "You, are suspicious looking char- said the chief, to the surprise ot both. "I shall have to search you for firearms." He then put his hands out to search Sir. McCall. Mr. Frost protestly': hotly. "You-' are' inaklng a big said Jir Frost ilr. Frost explained jy the curse of liquor. 'Judging" byr Bow Island sometimes ately, we would think that king ilcohol and those who handle It think :hat they must make the best ol the until October 25th. Why do not men think before they give another man what robs him of his senses and also helps fb ruin-his-home. inev. Dr. of tha Lord's Day Alliance addressed-the Boy Scouts th'elr 'headquarters last ev- ening and then later on addressed.a meeting in the church On Monday October llth about twenty of the members of the local Masonic lodge went-.to'-tuber, where there was a lodge-of, instruction held Tho train In the meantime came' In, jut Mr. Frost remained and intimates :hat ho Intends to see the case :h rough. elty of Calganywas with the 8th bat- '.ilia trll tallon overseas arid is very' widely hero to knowar throughout Alberta. Ho is an j tho defeat of tho Moors. Everything Ihesmen. This action is taker Indicate the completeness, old time resident in Calgary and was at JBaptist minister. COMPLETE DEFEAT OF THE MOORS has been prepared for the naxt move. of the Spanish forces under command ot General Barrera, 1 Mi EL AHA1SH, Morocco, Oct. Mr. Frost sustained some injuries I Moroccoan tribes in the vicinity by being battered about, but was nqliDonl Blear, which fought against the seriously hurt! He was bleeding pro-'" fusely, however, when the arrest was completed j Spaniards In last week's engagements j Dr. Cage's to and joined tho afford I CnanUlt tt-ith trtll Spanish with which they will nun Itchlns, Bleed ing, or Frcuud- iog Files. Ka surgical opcr- atlon required Ointment will relieve yon at oncj beceOL OK. box: >t >u, Co., Limited, ycu mention tnli t ________ Mr.'Frost Is an of the make an advance against the still i the peace, WithLthat thArchief, who Is a-large povserful man, according to tho state Frost; struck him, knock Ing him' with, .force against door jot'the tjiggagp'room, and bring ing-out'the. baggage man. Ih'the.raeiee the three got back .into the station, all under great eiclte- ment One of officials !n the mix up was fre- quent trouble m the station the man is drunk, said Mr.VFrost. his breath.' Mr Frost saysithat tho policeman sffuck'-hlm and grabbing him are under arrest" SHERIFF'S PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, TO WIT! By virtue of a Writ ftf. of theiSupremo Court of Alberta at the .'.I CAMPBELMAVILSON HORNE, LIMITED, Plaintiff AND HENRY SHIELS, doing the, NORTH LETHBRIDGE LETH- BRIDGE BAKERY and HENRY'SHIELS, Defendant and to mo directed against the Goods and Chattels of HENRY SHIELS and the NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY I hive Mlsed Uken .Into .Execution the following Qoodt and namely: Complete Confectionery and Bakery Business Locat- ed at 404 Thirteenth St. North, Lethbridge Oven, all equipment and stock for Bakery; atio complete equipment for Confectionery Business, Including SODA FOUNTAIN, CASH REOI8TER, FITTINGS, FIXTURES, tit. Stock bo teen the office of the underdoned In the Court Houie, Lethbridge, to he en bloc, urand muster Chemist of Plncher Grand Secretary Taylor of Calgary, Past..Grand-Master Judge Jackson of LcthbrldEe snd Grand Junior Warden Geo Murrayof Whttla besides'several other Impromp- tu addressei f v In the evening at 730 members of the Masonic, one'hundred' and fifty seated at the banquet table regaled the Inner man and spent the hours In toasts, songs, and-short speeches until the hour for departure came. Among those from Bow IslnnS who attended.were Messrs.'iC. H. Bell, D. Rolfe, H. Robertson, (Rev V M. Gilbert, B. Smith, Jas. Held A C I Gage. W. A. Biitenian and K. Balemau, and Messrs. W. A. Hamilton, M. Snjall I Oeo. Loraas of Burdett, members of the Bow Island lodge. The excellent' refreshments sened by the Institulo of Tnber deserves special.'mention. The card party and dance given bv the G. >V. V. A'. In Thursday night was quite a' success Progressive whist was -played, when- the: score-cards were -reviewed the ladles prize.-a bmc of chocolates, was, awarded.-Miss Peterson, while a pipe'.was-given to Mri R. Scbonert as the gentleman's flrst prize. This' Friday night; another card ptirty.nnd dance will be given by the G.' >V. V. A. the members of tho aux- iliary providing the lunch.. Mrs. B. C. Ludtks anrl little daughter Oro. left on "Wednesday" morniup for Cayley, where they will make their home. Mrs. Ludtke will be greatly missed In lodge and Institute'work: In Ihls town as she has taken an nctlvo luterest In them since their organiza- tion. _ Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Freeman of win- nilred were business visitors In town last Thursday. MivGep'. Bedell snent pfirt of last week ,In town visiting with former friends. Mr. Oeo. Wiley left on Sunday morn- ing for New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, v.-here Me was summoned by a tele- Brnm that his falhprwas seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs, Bnb Burrls with their family, after a few years sriCTit on tho farm In the Bow Island district, left lust Friday for Ontario, to 'their home thcro. Rev. .M. E, Wiggins of Taber wss n "d snatcfilng of handcuffs he "They you Sleep'' Wvcn up! Your-.'system- Is liver1 and which keep you: headachy, -bilious, and unstnmg. eta tonight! Wake up "feeling like a wire, your stomach rcgu cold gone, and a clear head, rosy skin and bueet disposition No grip Children lovo Cascarets too. 50 cerits. "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair'f Make H Abundant! Red Rose "flavor, and rich, full strength is found in every Red Rose Sealed Carton. Never, sold in bulk.. 'You will also 'enjoy 'Red Rose Coffee. (jiiest (if and Mrs. A. C. Russoll over Sunday. Kov. V. M. Gilbert spent Krniday In Tivber. and took charge of Rev. M. 15. Wtefcins' work there. Mr. J. L. Peacock renresGnllng tho R. .T. Whlllaw Co., of Winnipeg, was a business visitor in town. The guns that wero promised to this district have arrived. Thoso who were nronnil early yes- terday morning had the privilege of feeing Iho aeroplane on Its way to Vancouver from tho east coast. Messrs. Knox and Egan upont the latter part of (be week nt their homes bore. Mr. Auntln Walsh was home from Goaldolo on Sunday. ,Mr. .Too lieguln cf Foremost was visitor In town yesterday.. Jilled (it tha altar, a McKcespo'ft girl'hunted lha Intdnrtod. bridegroom And administered .A Sound thrashing Immediately after n "Uapdorine" massage, your liair takes on new .life, lustre nnri woiulroua bc-iuty, hprcnr- Iris twice as heavy and plentiful, ho- cause linlr seems to fluff and thicken. Don't lctp'your hair stay life- less, colorless, plain or scraggly. You, loo, wanl iols of long, strong, beauti- ful hair. A holtlo of delightful "Danilerlne" freshens your scalp, checks (lanilnift and falling hair. Tbis etlmulatln; "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, (lull, fading hiilr that youthful brlghtncs" and abundant thickness- All {o'hlro, nslng only.'her'fists. From one poinlo'-cut pieces FOR SALE CHEAP :Tp remove dandruff try the Krcnih prepariition, Delmaya "Vilaleno'' Ha'lr remove.ilandruff In a faV continue and tho scalp'.wlll bocomo, healthy Tho .'greatest hair Jpnln, lioautiftiUy perfumed, non sticky, 1'rlco pbr bottle; Sold.in'-CaSada dy 'gist in everj' town.' Sold by Sydney Mrs Allan Gaflon of Verschough, near Jackson, Prescription Specialist. Ingersoll, has gathered n bushel, Phono Slii- Across from Alexandra boring 111, owl Vifciilng H pounds, AS GOOD AS NEW 1 Chevrolet, 1919 MdM, ran 100 miles........ 1 Chevrolet, 1919Moid, run l.fli 1 OievroH 191S MeM run 8180 As...... NEW PRICE PER TRUCK TODAY WITH BODY Our reason for. have taken in Trucks from out-of-town branches and have too many. All have been kept up to Al standard in full repair. APPLY LIMITED ;