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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAT, QGTOPER 23, 1920 THE LCTHBRIDGS DAILY HERALD PAGKKINe MRS IAMA PEACH HEARS MR. KING Bf S, A'. ONE TREE Dear UK I Woo'ton torn Ttaadsy. PJB. aad I nod the Bag en the Foot offlca at toll tUM. I Mited the itreut car irky. ill flue to the kneic. He ask me I dont nee, iti because William Lkn aad aad Klac (9 cominc to taint I MC vkoM all Ikoos Mrdt surf wfcat tbor this bloc UM all stttnotB. (oat it So I dlMBibatked BOO the wlaer.' I TBE lato KUB aelsbon at the E and 1( cent store aad they astei me U I ww iota to' the reception-. I wblca la out ot tke beet thton 1 do 1 has BO my of ns ant He side wai all empty; Pretty toon- a bunch of abeepish looking gentlemen shimmied before too footlights'looking self conscious and some body clapped their hand- I says to .Mr. Sid Jackaoa in the He aays Hlsst you book that ain't Sid Mr. King. Gosh I thought it was Sid only not so merry looking. I guess HI irrito a note apologizing to Bid. Well after, the bunch spread them wives out to look as like a lam as they conld they was lots of chairs left so I neednt ot rushed Then a gentlemans who was try- ing to hid behind the table, untangled his two from Its and up. He coughed and said he waa chairman. 1 had begun to onjptct that. To'be absolutely .truthful I didn't was a lip, reader Ijrculd tell >ou what J ae Bait! I sa> mat Mr. Kennedy aooko they sent out for .21 a jug of water whin they haard how dry that speech waa they denWy algnalled (or a nuther it arrive while id r. Duff was speak- 4 ing So I guess the cheerman was I aayiog they had enough, waler the next'round. They was certainly p careleaa the way they overlapped on the ..drlmta. Then he must barn told the aud- ience that as they bad been BO good, ho would now lilt the order in council that -wanted could cliip their -heads for the neat- of the nlte If they wanted to. Anyway a dozen or more him at his and clapped hands hard when Mr. King got up to speak. dld the poliahed aai wax gliea-lt and'I a lot of par- started to talk'at'once. cell. They first who. cheers, or _ hied will be pnt out irreapectiye of Tm here and It ,alnt to act as am a silent man my WLTON, Now lhat tie apple-picking season Is on en- yields- are. boiug re- ported dally "in 'and around Milieu. '''The" largest yield re- corded to date in that ot W. Dales, oi Lowville, south of Milton, .who picked Zl bbrrrls of fruit off one. Blenheim Plp-v pin 'tree! It yielded 17 bar- rels two years Mr. Ktug' is a nice he talks real he dnn'l hurt anybody's, feelings and smiles and la rery pleasant .indeed. .He thanked everybody for. their kind reception and while he didn't am sure he was tbosa'flrat 2 speak- ers was-' under blankets for atleai another 4S hours. "Kr said be.was do- ing missionary .work .for tie liberal party. I bet he thought a lot of Nejllo Mc- Clung and Temperance. This. Sea Sea" Ballantyne evident- ly stole; a sarij Of sugar or something anyway he'makes Mr. Duff growl and nash his teeth "very sentence there wai( a lot of tugardlsctut ui his couldn't see wiert' it Mr. wards' Sea'Sea Ballahtyne ThUBallaniyne fellow.follows ths Seas .It seems and was getting sea sick at all the dastardly plot when he >at down.Then some othar devil me care indlvldnal disturb nilenco by clapping his hand.- Hut Mr, Duff really was a improvement. Then the got up and 1M He's credited- .with being a student of and .we would Bay he hnovs bis subject Atlcast ke''U6eil all the words and phrases the champeen spell binder which are to be found In all Uio books on this subject. AV we, alU classes of us, have been Haven't You Tried Them Yet] Then You Dorft Know 'You're Missing! NATIONAL MAID BREAD In. Oar Electric Baked Famous Ovens WHITE' BROWN f, I1', Tom's cablnv is a' mere his edition of "Our subjection We is bound by almost unbreakable: We are down trodden pups-j-afraid to even bark Rut does he offer a solution? The'Grits are and all is not yel lost. I He says Mr. a lOTler' a road a nifce'oat of a paper to pro.e It, but ho didn't say whose paper or'who. reported, 'it- for. sorry-he. wita- But-he was'Indeed worth hearing and I enjoyed myself nml while I don't know yot his proposition is I guess he d.oes and if he don't want to tell me why that's his affairs I think ha jrants an election Oh woll, at-a "guess Td say so to, biit wait til! after we' get this liquor of 'our'chess! He as the: crowd 'was getting tired and gojng to go home they all clapped thflr filed out They was complimentary' re- marks I guess and about 30 per cent g God Save the King, without music: Pretty-near, every One'knows the air anyway, nut, I was s filing by These Cinnamon Rolls Layer Jelly Cup Cakes' and all. kinds'of Gmall Cookies x They Taste Better Because They're t Baked Differently, t Lethbridge National System of Baking, Ltd. 407 5TH ST. SOUTH Wfeei tfae Hamit is Gathered Make Credit Good at (he Bank K yow has carried you over the year, your first duty IB up" there. The man who does that each year never has trouble getting credit, Back complete xlateraeiit of your eo that you jnay obtain tto fnlleit ijTedlt to your standing entitles you. BANIC OF CANADA Brtnitit E. E. MaeKay, aln it Mafratti, and Tatar. The final earthly deed for those have passed beyond is a monument to their memory. It is a Ifest tribute to their departed souls. It marks their rest- ing place for, all time and. 13 ever a reminder of the good things done by Ihem in their mortal life. Should the occasion eyei Srise, let us interest you in a monument, ITH ST. SOUTH, UETHBRIDQE Classes in Technical Instruction INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ART, CALGARY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DAY AND NIGHT CLAME3 WILL OPEN ON NOV. OF INBTRUCTiOfi DRAFT! Railway Arehttectwal Mechanical Motor Electrical Power Plant Steam Mining Farm luchulc SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS firm Firm Carpeabr Farm ForfUc Gas Engine- i Storage Battery Vulcanizing Armature Wlataf Oiy-Acetylew Weldlns Machine Shot Practice CORRESPOND- .Short >6JOO Urm. RsQuiar .CouricV per term. Special arrangement Information enrolment apply to Institute of Technology and. Art, Ctlfzrx. or B. A. CAMPBELL, Director Bf Teehnlsjrl Edmonton, Get him to tell you about the early days in Southern Alberta. These residents of many years can supply the material for the best stories in the Lethbridge Story Competition ____'_____cr _________A________ .Wliat will be the Southern Alberta school that will win the prizeq? The -winners will advertise the efficiency of the tiaining received in the schools they attend. The Competition Closes Dec. 10 THERE WILL BE EIGHT AS FOLLOWS ADULTS Second prize......................... 50.00 Third 35.00 Fourth 20.00 Consolation prizei. ,1. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Yeaw First Second 30.00 20.00 Fourth 10.00 Consolation __" CONDITIONS (1) Competition wUl be con- to honiSde'restaeaU in Southern Alberta, (2) Stories mart not eiceed words. (3) All stories must be legib- ly written and on one side of paper. (4) In awarding marks 'for merit stress will be placed .on the particular Interest of the contribution and partlnilar narrative form, in which it Is written. Regard will also "be Riven to llternry and grammati- cal .Competitors most not Jt- Uch name to Iho paper which .is name and address are: written on a separata ot _, The HorstrT rfserres.the of using any ot the stories', whether in the prize Mat or not. All contributions 'will Temaln the. property, of tho'; There fKl tw.three jadcM ap- pointed to ejamlne and decide on the of the contrlbii- tl'ms Of these two will from one a member of the Herald editorial staff. Ttie of the judges .will la cases be final. Tho cflmpotitlon Is open, out entry fee, -If you intend to compete, advise "The Herald Story Competition The Herald, bridge, at once. THE HERALD WOULD LIKE TO KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. MO iir mmm- ;