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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINl Barons Fwtnen Idle Foj Couple V f of Lectures dtishter Isabella 1> 'attending Medicine Hat college, Mr. Flint poherlj U making art ranreaienU fe send his young Hugp. lo SL, Theresa; Academy this month. Mils Bessie HHlls. and Helen Spen- cer of Medicine Hat, motored to Win- ifred, guests 6r Mrs, Jaines Lar- M> com Ray- Thanksgiving Mr. Tom mond Tisltlns friends Miss Rosalia and Hazel Sturm, o( WhlUa, at Its tome o! rE. Harold Bower for the week-end. Mlas Backstriih'.ls home 'or a couple- of .weeks vacatlou from Theresa, Academy, eipe'ctlng turn November 1. r v Wm. Parker led Saturday, IS, eipectlne to locate In fi: C.'' .AVinnlfred School opened Tuesday, pet, 19, having been closed since Oct. S, due lo the mutnps epidemic. Mr. A. J. -Trembly Is leaving this week for Argyle, Minn., to brlug his wife and family back to Winnltred, expecting-to return November 1, 0. H. Cooper "bsade.a business trip w- A. ladles are Everybody to I1 The holding Qcl, :J1. lUStoiUi, 'Q. Mitchell, J. D Thdrburiv Cameron, Ted aud Harry WInchlombo anil J. r. lltock were out hunting prairie chickens Oct IS each returning with a good bag. .._.'.. '.'.v-_________ Ex-Sullau of Morocco has sent his biggest diamond, weighing 153.15 carats, to ttie U. S. for sale. 'PUSSYFOOT? ORATOR RUSHED AWAY IN CAR AND LEFT ON WO.ORS 11. H. Warner, smeUry of the American students' ance Movement, while addressing a prohibition meeting In Sheffield was kidnapped by Sheffield University students aud driven In an automobile to the moors, where he was lelt, ac cording io the Evening News. Mr. Warner was not injured and eventually got back to town alone. MAKES DELICIOUS COLD CONSOMME BARONS, Oct. K. Fusee boiteu at aa afternoon tea >t her home Oct. 13, at 3 p.m. A goodly number participated very happy.. time; was enjoyed sve? cap of tea. aid Mra. C. Thomu were Tlm- lo'rs In .last week. Mr! Wlmnr HarrlJ hire returaetl to their former tome In town; Harris taking np age'vork ail formerly. 1 O. Burnap" Mary lelt on Wedneiday, Oct J3, for B C, jfhere tiw visit various potoU IB that J Molr and Mr. Brace j Glcitahd'-rere vtaltatf fo.CSrejhplm Oci 1SJ fc fefurn wlto tin. McClelland and have beea spending the pasiweeli In that tow Her. C. H Huestls, M A, D P vai ihe specW preacher at and Baronsi Pundaj. pet 17. Hoeltlf eumleaftSe-'woTk tord'B Day Alliance Is trying to do la Alberta. He showed that the Alliance Is I rjvatek detective organization; trying to prosecute nor doeg S set but to people to be relig: Sous, nor does It wish to dictate to the government solely their policy ,and duiy The Alliance tf trying to pre- serve the Lofd'e Day for worship throughout the laud Secondly It It -trying to make Sunday a rest day for roan and beast Dr. Huestts pointed out that from reports received, neither farmers nor garage men wanted to work on Sunday. The man who did Vant to was an exception He said, people were often careless and got their gasoline on Sunday Instead of Saturday" Dr Huestls believed (from experience) that the best method to was to appeal to the honor of and women In connection' with the preservation of tho Lord's Day H perchance we fail, Own as a last re; Bort, we must use fore? Dr 'Hqestis }B' of fhs taost ef- I ed In town on Tuesday, Oct 19, to sue- i-'ceed Bwlne in Grade I! work. 'Miss Senate and Miss Ruce spent 'Thanksgiving In Calgary 'Mr.'and Mrs.-D. Kennedy and fam- spent the weeBend with, ,at Blackie, Mr Priest spent the week- 'ond In Calgary vu s Mrs McKlnney, M L A of Clares- holm.iwill, address a, In Barons church on Thursday nSxt, Oct. 21st, at 8 o'clock subject will be, "The Coming Referendum A great crpwd Is expected, I iiJlisa B Strote, of muslerot ''tile of Music, .Leth- i bridge, came on Tnesdayuthls Tfeek, R holiday. hope all our citizens are gejflng ready to 'joto down tho Importation i of liquor Into this province for bever- purpnaea on Monday next, Oct. Own Cprresppndent) Oct, -ladles' i'Aid ?upper and musical social i'proved a, perfect: KesHer, of ".'wldge, were the guests of Mr. aud s. J. P. Hlnclt this week.'- ldajif'M: 29, 13 j a L. Larsen iraiAo., Thelma and Rosle -Hunt came home to Siibend .the .Thanksgiving Witt "Dorothy -was the .o( Mra. James larsen Saturday. "Vi'i Sire. Eirl Bryant and Mtss Patricia {'Nesbit returned from tho teachers' icorivonlton Monday, Oct. 18, Y YlJWlnnlfred'wBB visited by rain Mon- i day "aid finally changed ilnto a snow Btormi ,-iV Cameron, accountant with at Calgary, Is-'the Smith and Grant Mitchell i'durlilg tho Thanksgiving holiday. -Mr. -Mrs. Albert Simpson and '.iiiBfl'-Xnilld .Hunter'Sundaybd at the Itofef'6t Mr.' and Mrs. Teddy >Vlnch- f.clombo.' l j ;i mllei I Koremostt-wlir Imve a .-November S. 6rh 16 Mr. ami Mrs. Ten Hawkins SfeMSloe Ilafhospita1' a-Birl- fltHiitfed ijiihceni toloreilifo Dow aMiPct, iS (o join ,f' 'jf.MiSs I'nlpn 'Jwjlh lie'r pafduls ;it M. J.-XJpltlnii au.l Wm. aroVIn Mbillclne Hat on bull- casf anil Mrs. J. Scholl ni lre A. T, West m-Eta ftf Mr. it 11 (I mbis'tills.w.eaV.. II. Hiivclt Scliull Mr. nncl of Ktrilsom. arc the Jlrs. Winch- worrying about m RUBBER. 'gSi He Always Dominioi) He may worry dpark or carbureter or but he has stopped worrying about tires. He has confidence in his DOMINION TIRES and knows they will serve him right, f He knows he will get; the mileage out of DOMINION TIRES, because the mileage is: built right into the tires. j TIRES offer the motorist a COMPLETE tire There are six treads: "Royal for every car and every purpose, business and pleasure. There are DOMINION INNER TUBES to assure perfectly balanced tires. There are DOMINION TIRE ACCESSORIES. And there are DOMINION TIEJE DEALERS throughout Canada, from coast to coast, who can give helpful advice and render efficient and practical service. "the best dealers throughout Canada sell -276 ;