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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,t5v 192ft A! Spring UK! Kaley all I tie inln hi's been threshed while In i lh> district ejpoclally to tho i weii-osly ostt hilt, Tha roada fara.to flna soapa And Ihe farmers idrawrog tUs crtln to elsvalors w fill it cuehlue can I'ae work, blit Vtiter accommodation for ilraniportattott are arranged In tho farm ot more -curs, hinline will Snow cf EFFECTS OF FIRE (From Oar CABDSTON, Dot Hii-k Spencer'Mt tkis moraios for Utah. Mrs. is far cs Great will remain b Ut.ili tor monlii -Vckttos friends' for bh9 has many as it was she steot her early She will to Iocs lieach, Cal., where she to ipend wiiife as the .doctor has advised a change of climate. As soon as Mr. eta arrange his buElnejs he will loin hi> wife In California. loolni'like a regular enow atprm startiS 'yesterday noon wid when nijtt fell everyone eipectfd a. heavy fall ot snow, bat about 10 pjn. It cleared todiiy Is as Bao nnd warm as hfiR been all fall, Cardsion was a birthday furprise'nirlyr for Mrs. JJen j Her co-workers in tha Society, I Some Valuable AniltiaU Lost, 1 numbering about 35, with somo espec-! TIL, ir.i 411 gentlemen; met at Jllll v-mzens .1 nanwui All i......_ M.I.I i Human Lives Saved Mrs. lien Laytoo acd nt bight o'clock all walked, la tnd surprised The evening was gamer ot various the lionorcd .lady. 'l' in playlne j singi sortsj singing, recitlns, JoUtog and Pres.-Rosu Woolt made the of a beautiful gold brbocU'set yrilh pearls, as (mall ioisn of the esieem Mrs. Olsen ia heid by her associates. A very tempt- iit luncheon of fruit Baisd, cats lemonide was serveiLJSveryuiio ea- priued elves us having the ot their lives" inj wishing for move Jiiy David.! Steed la In Macleod raurt. lie Is a. y 4 crowa" ft.' 'spile' for accused, of Thresiibs -Jrill be resumed at noon, j Mrvo, b -_ liorsos on tho to white men. G efc' hiin" to tell' you about the. earfy. days. in Southern Alberta. These can supply the material for the best stories Story Competition 1 WRat 'will be the Southern Alberta school that the prizes? The whiners "Vvill advertise the efficiency of tbe training received in the schools they attend. p i i The Competition Closes Dec. 10 THERE WILL BE EIGHT PRIZES, DIVIDED AS FOLLOWS ;_, First prize Second prize .Third prize Foortib prize ADULTS 50.00' 35.00 20.00 prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Years prize v prize 30.00 20.00 Fourth prize 10.00 Contortion x T CONDITIONS atorj- is written. The end address aro to be vritUo- ieparate' Blip of The Heratif reserves ths right tlorioi in. tlie prlw list or not All contributions will remain prfiperty tha Herald. There -iril! three Jadees m- pplrrisa.'fo (uamiTBD end decide pn tht merili ol tho coniribu- Ot'.thess two will be irom and one member editorial Tho der.lsicm-of tha Judges In.aUUcaswste final.. open, with' Herald gtapr Campetition fThe Herald, Leth- once, HERALD WOULD LIKE TO KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THE NAMES OF. THOSE CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. (Kixim Our Own Correspondent) UriASSV hat we. are gradually ..recovering 'roui tho shock of-tuo fire'here, we 'eel that there is.much be hankful that no llyei'-w'cra lost Mr. tlio butcher, sa'ys ha awak- "oy (ho uole'e "of tho It started ou the outsldo of his.building ,ind had iime to; get'his rattie put. Mr. Stewart iras "also" 6y the In timo to-rup out cars which.were in his garage. liviug above his'store.-with of small children, .was-.aroused in tlrao to get them out-aid also to gave qnlte a little Most .unfortunate vras the loss of horses In itc livery Uaru, and much, sympathy is felt for Karl Daw-eon. Oil bsiog.awakened lie rah over to' the whlcbNhad- al- ready caught fire -in the, loft, and loosened all the', tiorses .at co'nelder- uble .risk to hlmselr. The animals however tho front wall fcli'doVvn, his itaHUm, beautiful animal "emerged 'fcut fn sach a pitiful conditioftiiere-was nothing left but to shoot.il aud.put Jt out ol misery. ..V' The preaents a ance, butMr. Roth lias cd up in the noxt tpj. W Watson's ami Haaj: Wo, "one ;6f ou Chinaman, is living 'up Jfp riBme light refrsshjnenlB'ifl the old undertaker's parlor. The war veterans .held 'theirunEUa social on Saturday in (Ue old L.D.S meeting house. On'Tuesday the 12lh the'vlcaf o Taber addressMri the, church on the coming.vote, on prohlbi tion. Quo of tho'Ge'rajan-.machine-gun: has at pres- ent though.very 'proud'of.it-iu. a los how lo use it. 'It'is said-_th'at om ot our local merchants vfhp'likes joko has applied "tor-it {to" use on com merclal travellers.: v- .There wan a good rain 'last week, .22 inches, ttie beat wo haye had Yor ,a long time. y WTieat has tiot bean coming in vei, quickly lately oni'accpunt of the-drop Iring in price. rather- disappointing. Some .fields which looked the heads not hav ing filled, have out 'as low as three bushels .'to the acre.; Sout of: town ten seems, to th Tills though in some places, tweuI hushelB- havO: been. threshed.: Alt gethcr tbe. feeling that, unles irrigation Is to'conie therc-Vlll b sooner or later -an- exodus.-f fFrora Our Own Corresoondenl) COMPLETELY BACK- LESS AND SEMI- LESS" HER GOWN Viola Tree wore oue of the nsost barebacked dresses over seen lu r. newspaper not- ed in describing tlio firsl performance ot "Her Dancing a now fares (roiu tho French. After Titpkliig Jnu.uirlC5 araoiiR shloirablo '.di'ussiuaters, the same paper reported: "There Is no doubt that the stytw foreshadowed lu this. jilay'orb'genuine prophecies oMvhat will worn by Ihe ultra smart'nest spring. Miss Tree's frocSc 13 com- plcfely backless and A glrlng-ur two of dlinioudB saUsfy the curious Vho wuut to know how it is teyt up." i'ulllug under a moving; freight train. Carlton A. Mcl-eod was killed lu the yards of '.he 0. T. K. at St. Thomcs. xperienccs. of Recent Years Make People Pronounced in Ship- This Year (By P. C. Stec-le.) MONARCH, Oct. Monarch cd Peai-so districts hare been hit ard this year. This area was rlsht i tho path of thu damacing wind] orms of last summer and [he re-. ults are too.tragic to tear he conditions are'nol at all promls- ng. Discduraserjcut U written on the aces of tho farmers anil they arc iandlug irrigation as their only FOB- ible salvation. Soil drill i us' is the roblem that confronts the asricullur- country, and unless It fi solved Alberta inen will'be forced-to desert, their farms.' This district looks upon irrigation s their.only hope and it is certain lit the voting on tho Lethbrldgo Corthern Irrigation bond issue will be verwhelmlng in favor. Monarch has marketed around MX) bushels all of which has been the.Klllson Milling' c6m-; any. Home threshing -yet o be done, -but this week will likely ee the. finish of operations. The irheat Is of excellent grade. Few ave been riiied.' Tho sprinir opened brightly arraers. A larga -acreage was sown.j rhe" spring wai favorable and the wheat Bland was euparb. It looked I_, ke a bumper crop. Then came the I. ultfcs sani1sid--sirid storms, whicii' reduced tie crop- easily by half. "We'll hive to have irrigation r get out. We've about reached imit of said a Monarch armor as he gate the Herald a recital it his sad experience this year. Hie Path to Health Por many thousands of Path to Health has certainly been .through Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. When this great remedy was first and for many, years after, skeptics frowned upon its curative claims, but as year after year has rolled by iind the little groupTpf women who. had' been .cured by it has since grown-into a vast -army d hundreds of md', cism have been swept away as by a mighty tidal wave, until today this fiirely" Vegetable medicine is recognized as the greatest. remedy for -woman's spe'cial; ills world. This is because it is a wonderful tonic and' acts directly smd favorably upon the feminine organization and is a specific for that purpose. Women in All Countries Depend Upon Lydia L Psnkha ot.the Tillage of iWianlfrsd tbot'pla this week, The towtislla and prc erty aiow bclortgs to the iirnrof Tiri airi'Bngcll of JiinucapolisAM-inn. 5 eell of the firm was in'Whmlfr on Or.totjer Wl niired would be and Improvements will be rjiadcl now it is -In -the, hands'; this encrgctio agency.; ErerVbofly la in- in tol.s .-transferring wiiic'u ffieans a better a'n'd blgger'TiVinnifred. Larsen and Hinck were appoinlcd to look after all communications and see that the deal of transferring was car- ried out. Mrs. Dunn five miles F.oiith of Wlanlfrcd, will move in (own on November 1st and will do ail kinds of rlressraaking.- Tlio ladles aid wlli meet at tbb home of Mrs. Alfred Larseri next meeting. cordially invited to' nttcad. Tho aid will Bern) a clilcteH imppor and entertainment on Oclobur 18th. Mrs. W. Dennlson eave teaoa Mrs. J, W. Dennison gave' a tea on! Wednesday compitmeritary to Mrs. I Ernest Dcnnison of ton. Invllatlona vVere out for twenty intimate friends. Mru. Jas! -Larsen captured first prlio In the guessing contest.- Tonny Dunn left.JIonday for a three weeks', trip hunting pf.-.lrio wolves south of Winaifrcd at Peigan Creek and Milk Hivcr, iie has captured eight coyoles this season vifh his four ho (Pi-rim Onr Own CorresiiOn'dentl ScofflsW, .Inspector of visited our school Tuesday. The Misses Duncan fcnvo to the Oncfonr ladles Saturday afternoon. John MefiOwan, who wjrk- log on the flam, Isft for his home at Coulee, Snsk., yesterday. B. -I. Finley la ahowini? cohsMe'rablo ingenuity In getting around the labor flhortBKO by hitching up two. wagons lOKfither and bringing homo sovf.ral Ions of hay with a st.i-horiio team; bnl ho has not ytt devised any way ot slopping tho wind from blowing over a wagon and wrecking'the rack for him. _, A rumor reaches of a shooting scrapo over on W'lilaw Creek last week, supposed to in a, boozc- rnnning conflict, tnt nt Unit! ol mail leaving no particulars are available, There Is salrf lobe considerable boozo going over !hn lino Into Montana pub. jccl to cnpluirs .ijf.tllvalcer's., smart appearance lf acccraw, rcloble, a.i4 Itoyt irtio.want to buy [im teep'mj ulowcn i, UM Thelowat-prrcedRad'iolilt. All Tilue pf. Ltif ili% to lell you ibe thncb the djtic it 7; ctn't witch. lo much tri Jewekd jc points'ftf grutett ffitlicn. Antique tow fnd Rtitslilt, 17. IS TheWattiluij with RjJMts 750 extra. of lice, H here, ei ,1 "lilrcr" preasirig .appearance 1.1 lit t the logic that and the refinement .which "you can't have You get everything in an vou get it for less than seems possible. Jt.ifi 'possible because of the'liiigc number of Ingersoll sales__ watches a year, Get your Ingersoll today. ROBT.-H. INGERSOLL y BRO. _ 194 Sf. Ciibenri: Sii E, The 7-jewel. model, 'tfrt.tkttiiti: jfi-itc, watcli in AfRemj. Ficcorj lei'eii ifl 6 nickel uie. fiick TKW of (hf. ftetfinee Eri i UK, Jmj one of t tttitcA. Trorit f JJ 11 left- ;