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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE DAILY HERALD TEE HEBAUXS FACE OF LIVE LOCAL NKWS FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 15. 1920 SECOND SI- LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, SECOND. SECTION PAGE V TO ORGANIZE Outside Points Will-Send Large -Delegations Meeting' i'No political event for some years has aroused interest as the approaching visit of Hon. W. 1 King, leader o! the Lib- eral oppositlou In th'e Mouse of Com- mon's. The-leader, who. Is being greeted by largo crowds In erery part of Ih'e west'which ho visits Wirarrrtd in Letbbridge ou Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock. "Intense interest is being manifest' in-outlying-centres and we eipect "a monster crowd from outside said "E. J. Sehl, chairman of commiueo ou arrangements to the Herald: this mormug." Macleoo, Car- mangay, Barons, Tiber.; Bow .'Island, Raymond, Warner, Magrath and Card- all .be: strongly represented, while farmers from every part of ,the south are cftmlng in'force In the hope .of bearing-something abqul tho Lib- eral irrigation, Tbe mass meeting ou Tuesday eve liig Js lii thV Majestic, tu'ea'tre at eight'o'clock. Arrangements :are'being (Place chairs" ou the stage to Increase 'the accbmrnoda- to at leasX'l.OOO. it is. feared thai many gain admittance. Liberal a' gifted sneak- er.'and the' public-iaintenEely.-tiiior- j ested in tlio political 'issues ot the day which recent "events, have brought to -complete 'program of the'visit i-ill be'-'published in the Herald on Sat-' unlay.'-: Hon.: Mr. King will be in from four o'clock Tues- day afternoon until midnight Wednes- On is.being plan-, iied lo giyd (he visiting Liberals ah In- sight'Into, tlio practical .results of !rri: yation. ami the! Board, of-Trade has this Smaller in hand. '.A final-meeting of tbe.committee ou arrangements: is being held tohighti when-the finishing touches will be imt oil the program, ,It Is-iiKdly it will be -decided- to .semi, a Mon- day 16'meet the leader, at some point along 'thb Grow in order to acquaint A BRASS SAND _____ 4. uow-wow and will be. a' great time. All boys are welcome attend. Talk it "P fellows and have i big time on tho 23rd The men of the churches interested in'ihe boys work of LetShrldse wlllbe invited as spec tators will be able to participate. For further information call in to see Mr..Pelley at "Y" IRRIGATION'iJiSa'KlCT TRUSTEES TO MEET The meeting be held in the- Leihbridge. Northern 'Irrigation District's" office oh'Saturday has beeu put over has been found necessary to appoint a deputy returning officer .in the place of B. B Spencer at a j smallpox has broken out In'Mr. Spencer's home. .This will be, the. business of 'the. meeting on Monday.-The deputy returning officers now appointed will be able to" give'an "authoritative report on the sentiment -of Ahe' district to- ward the election which-will be held next Thursday. The 0. W. V. A. intend organize a brass band in con- nection with their activities and In order to do this have called a general meeting of all time for tbe boys nn-1 a pon, wow Announcements will be1 mndo -'In the churches and schools regarding next Sunday It will continue on the'Sunday of the 24lh .as Taylor Slatten, the Nat- ional Bovs' YVork 'Secretary ;the will be hire also C J Atkinson of Ihe United Stale-1 ihey are.two if the gr.ealest boys' work men in Am- a. There will ,bfi a mass mecllng older boya on-the Sunday after- and-n boys' fiervlco conducted Stntten 'n esley_church as 0. cl5slng% session on tlie '.Tuesday pvenl Vr The boys can look' forward o a roil good tlmo tint weekend. ,Tho EXPECT COMPROMISE. 'IN N.'S.'MJNE STRIKE ip SoOth 'anniyersaiy bt, Ihe .Bay.at he tinie It .was celebrated. RUBS oil's letler is characteristic if.the oia-time flavor. He writes Mr. hSiir for the he Hudson's Kayt' he .had sent him remarks :t'hal there is city- or-tifwn1 in Canada that did .-not ipllng-TrbmravHudsnn's jlVay. stockade; 'Thay'were-the trail breakers of Can.- ad'a." years 'ago whehd 'came ,o a %w forts in Alberta but no towns.: Long .ago, hen the Blnckfeet came with" robes arid" sent carriers, th'ere-'-w'ere no lady clerks vfith the Hudson's Bay but men who; Knew lace and lingerie. BuUt.hey could'tell a row-robe from a hull w.ith their pycs" shut. 'They savvied and. their hands'were' never far: from It when they traded over counter with a Blackfoot." _ '-Mr. Fair is in receipt from eiecutive department of.the Hudson's'' Flay-company, Winnipeg, of a bronze medal struck this year to commemo- rate the p-anting of the charter to the Governor nnrt Company of Adventur- ers of.lingland trad ing-" In to, Hudson's Bay by King Charles II., 1S70. -Mr.' Fair is asked to accept this souvenir wilh the compliment's of Iho Governor and Committee of the Hud- son's Bay company. Lancaster, Pa., street commissioner was unable to procure men to.jireparo a street for oiling. Fifteen women: residents'of the block donned overalls' anil work. ''Chicago' even 1 more October advancing the '.'We have.bbught hardly more than 'bushels ol-.-wheat in the, past week" j41d one.local milling company today. are refusing to sclli- They seem to have up their 1 mlndsi'thafwheafis going to be either or f3 and they arergo-.' ing'to hold It for, three." Oats aJvinced two cents and rye] eight cenls'this morning. Farmers are predicling (I'bnts-.on the shojt iiaii crop, while'flai, now 1.80 is like-j Nothing further has been, de- elded as to the holding the! inquest on tho Victor Ryberg, who was Tha parents of the have been located in the Car- utalrs district, and hare now V" gone on to Montana to claim the body. ___claimed; that David place-In the line bhs; 'whicfcBJiYidson disputed. Hence preferred: by j Paris agVinstfDavidson... .He claimed? kicked eilt'ont three' V bavjdB.oii, j whateTer j S: appeared f or j i'aris, and Davidson.i DON'T ;The only1 place get your shoes repaired by .prac- tical shoemakers Perkins 1-A.418A Fifth Street: South Phone 3 doors S. of Cilonjal Ian fOr'a'nolicy of coin- in the dispute', .'the Nova Scotia mine held United Mine Workers 'of '-was eiprcss'ed by John L.'. ores-, idcnt, today; BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 62S .SHAD Plain green, 36 x 72, complete with brackets and pull. Kach. P.O.' BOX 940. PVJONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALIST AKALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue South Always in JOHNG1LMORE GOOD FOOD, Well prepared Nicely served Moderately price J r j Will make Ihis cafe a farorlte you, too UNDER AUSPICES A. A. A. EXHIBITION BUILDING Our delidous, nu- tritious, thoroughly satisfactory: bread will provided lot of rnent three times a day, It is thorough- bred bre.ad. MONDAY EVE Dancing From 9 Till :1- Double TickeU s Extra Lkdy r'S 606 3RD AVE. HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF- BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER K not, ask for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us name. People that hare use i- It1 say it Is good nnd como Hack lor more and yon will do the same. All the leading grocers In tho city are handling this fino branil ol butler. Chief Mountain Creamery Co'., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE HE '.Yon may have.looked 'at a Suit, 1 an Orercoai, a'Press, 1 i or any other article o( wearing 5 3 apparol'and! believed be S .-i'ool- i ishly, you worn ready to. seuil g S it to Iho rag.li.eop. I That's'a mistake. Send, your 1 I clothca to us for .a thorough dry g cleaning. 'Our special s 1 will show you how.fresh nnd 1' clean w6 can' make your.. old g y garmenls and .give additional 1 wear. t j Our City Dye Works 1 i And Tailoring Phono 6th'St> S., s The 'place where customers z comi .back. OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DWNK Here's a cool, refreshing, like- able drink for child or adult It's a boverage that you can with safety aud enjoyment serve'at your table or to your guesti. Try it at favorite fonntalu today. A FULt: LINE OF. SOFT FLAVORi ARE YOU ON OURPAYftOLL We are sending out money orders daily for cream received. Ship your, cream to us for-the best price, prompt returns and CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. I PHONE J576 c c C E C t C C [E I, new larger premises ;