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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THR LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALl) Gdebrated Fifty Years MedUfe fKrom Our Own Correspondent) GLEXWPODVILLE. Oct. Saturday the i3rd iust. Sir. ar.d Mrs. Edward Newby celebrate'l their gold- in wedding. Sunday the 24th. was really the fiftieth anniversary of their siarrtase. but that coming ou Sunday ind the 23rd being Mr. Newby's "2ad jlrthday, the jubilee was held oo that lay. The family and some invited friends net at the L. D. S. chapel in the iflemcon aud enjoyed a banquet at vhlch there was uo-stint of good :hfugs to eat, with variety eooush tol suit Ibv tastes ot all. The cafeteria j of ttf old-time The- nearest voted u.-y at 'the rate ot ninety two. Our worst'wish lor the two ivel voters is that they will not be ablo to get n drink ot booze until the ninety drys give it lo them. On the same date at about p. m.j Ernest Law and Evelyne Smith! (commonly known as Kyeiy.iu Bur j gess. h-r grandmother. Mrs. Burgess. (having raised her) were liarried' at j, the home ot the-, groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Bishnp Irfavitt performed- the ceremony. The 1'ride. who has just turned sweet sis- Van in Cali- ,ornja_RegisUlllion a, Ag- rictiliural Students at Academy Btiovwn ar.UMis Thresher were visi- tors to LelhlirWttO on Saturday's train. II. 1.. Alten Irwa nail I-aka City last Fridays 1 All present at the Cannoneer's Jazz I'.aud dioco last night reiwrt a great a jolly time. A number of people from were Mr. K5eo. Romtrlll living on his farm south of town has just imported 4 line Chesapeake Hclriever. No doubt Mr. KomerlU will be very the youne nimrods. teen, was kissed sixty being the number ot friends and rela- tives present. After enjoying.a feast of the good tbicss of the Jand all went to the 1.. S. chapel, where host of ISAYMOSli CM. 1'arley Van Waguiicr, formerly of sjlayniond died I'sl. last 'aguucr taken to Call fornia Over a year ago suffering with friends were "waiting to congratulate the yourigcoaBle'and enjoy a dance ai their expense. The dance, was a very dry. pleasant affair..-' and family v. of serving was adopted to save moving to the winter. :inie and trpuble, and to ensure to! to place, the. three older children In ,'ach tho things most suited to the aste.' In Ihe'evenins free puuitc fcnce .vas given in the same butl-iing. The house was crowded and diluting was Icdulged.in until -nililnight. The one :onspicuous feature of the dance was :ho absence of anything'thai savored pproach'being tfcu mihlc-m waltz.- On I ho 25tli iasl. our litUe'village (Tablets or Grznules) INDIGESTION Take dry on toncue milt hot or cold QUICK BELIEF! Prica, MADE er SCOTT BSWNE MAKF-RS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION tbe Agricultural College there. Miss Katie aUD. will at- tend "the school and board with the Kdwln Greene and Erving ;ilso eipect to attend the Agricultural College'at Raymond: Threshing has-been suspended for the: we are having days becaute of storms..If continues for about a week, the thresh- ing will be finished. OFFER HUGE BRIBES TO REAP BIG PROFITS to the temptations., held. out. by boot- leggers (b'License Department' omcialf. Key. SpracVia, men ha4 offered 53.000 special 'oiiicer.-.stated to The Globe Ib-nfeht-thit.one of for information regarding the whereabouts of the license In- spectors for a single night. nervous trouble. She is survived by a husband, two sous, Farley and Lynn and five daughters. Mrs. Ray Powell; Mrs. David Uaibraith and Mrs. A. Sorensra of Raymond. Miss Grace and' Norraa oi San Die'KO Mrs.'Van Wasouer was a devoted wite and mother. friends mouru he> loss and the deepest sympathy'of the eom- luunlly is extended to Mr. Van Wag- oner And children. Mrs. Van Wagoner will he burled in 1'rovo. girl- hood home. Mr. and Mrs. D.'Oalbrailh left to be present at the burial scr- Tfce "dry's" were elated over their victory on" the 23111. Only 52.voles were cast In Raymond for tho importa- tion of liiiuor into the province. There was little excitement at- polls though a number were turned r.way by tha scrutineers not regis- tbrinjs at'lfTe''specIned time.1 Friday, Oct. 2Sth. will he registra- tion day f.t-.the Agricultural..College, Principal Longman exneets nil 'enrol- ment of eighty students the first day. The official opening will be-spmetiino in November, the date will be announc- ed' later. pptrations-'are again re- 'sunicd after the storm. Three ma- chines are operating uear.tho town. More rain would be appreci-oted as it is still too dry for fall plowing. Cyril Maude's played [if Raymond, last Monday to a packed house. The theatre patrons-were given a rare treat. The characteriza. itiou of dear old jwas ideal. The opera house manage- ment arc to be congratulated on se- curing .such a high class attraction 1 Tor a town the size of Raymond. A number of new student's were e'n- relied-this the Knight ,Acn- ilraiy. All eleventh grade mipils. 1 is progressing favorably In all j departments. Instructorr'Jletipett in- f tends holding a special class in French if a sufficient number can be secured i for an evening class. The U.K.A. drive has stnrted.in Ray- mond, Mr.i Myron Holmes and Fred Bradshaw are soliciting members. Raymond will- increase her member- ship and do her part in following up tbe work ot the United Farmers. v Married at Salt Lake llr. Leslie Palmer aud Miss Kiovellc i Love -.vere married in Salt Lake City I Mr. Palmer of flay- WARNED SOLDIERS TO LEAVE DANCE DUBLIN, Oct. In many parts of Ireland friendly relat- ions prevail between the soldiers and the people, and nowhere they re- garded with the-bitter hostility dis- played toward the police, and partic- ularly toward .the recently Imported English police known as the Black and Tans. But a change has been not- ed of late. At Omagh a dance was belug held at which several men of the Kings Itoyal Kifles an-1 the InnlsfcillfnK Fus: iliers had paiiji for'admission and were enjoying themselves when a note was handed In by a masked man to ihe effect, that; If any English soldier was allowed to tnke part in the dance, drastic steps" wo'uld be taken, The soldiers took the matter in good hum or, and left'rather than cause any un pleasantness. 29; 'From Our OwiT OniOX. Oct. There was very litllc lo Elioiv ou Monday. Ihe 2Mb lhal the great struggle 'totwctu' wets and 'drys was taking place. Duly about halt ot the electorate recording tholr votes on that day... Tip pelting took place in a part of Hewilt Ulack's store, and 59 voles were polled. 36 voted for.Smportirjs, and 33 voted against, a majority ot 3 for tlij wets. There were no spoilt ballots, nor any disputed votes. The deputy returning officer was Mr. S. Brvino, poll clerk Mr. T. Chambers, registrar ilr. H. Rogers. Mr. D. J. Champine was scrutineer for the aud. Mr. fqr> the Tho. nuruber- .of who recorded their Totes afOrkm on Mon- day numbered 15. -Mr. S._Dyke was the deputy return ing ot LaS'e.'. Mr. Oscar Strauberg has rented farm, and is going to Minneapolis, where uis lather is. Mr. senior has undergone an operation for caricor, and has not been well-Cor sometime., Gscar lo be near his father wjille coji- fIJered serious on ae'coum oi Ms I advanced years. Mr. anil Mrs. While were visitors I. lo Lorbbrjiige. sping np Saturday's! (raiu. j Harry "Matlsou, lunioer 7hlch N. to ba used on work (or the erection of bridged sbvlh Soijio of the In tlw dis- trict have ina'de-trips io ,IUo' local uitues for. their o( coal; OBEY KIEL CANAL ORDER sou, is Ills father's-Mrm Orjqu end to farm.. S'AJltsi" Oct. Garniany, accord- (off to 'dis'patch'ea subrojtted to 'the council 'of will slrlcUv of it In the future. Mr. Bert Taall Is making-i tritf to PcntU-ton. C., lo visit hia mother, who is veo" sick. Mr. H_ FOB tec .-has been In Orion during the past. wetS lo receive payment on seed and other relief which ias been adTscccd by the gov- ernment. The rain aiid snow which tell dur- ing the past few days has been very welcome to the Tarmnrs hero, tor-not only has it beuetitted us with mois- ture towards 'another crop, but has improved flh'e jmifcpeet lor r. b._Dyke was the deputy return-ihorses Ki.'JJJRoaers officer at the poll held at PakoKkU has .brought his froriuhle lease, the i-UJsa if th'o peaee treaty prdTtdJ ing that the Kiel canal -shall be Jres !o International traffic. fhU Is a re- versal of lUo 'German roremment's previous altitude .under which veisela carrying arms to Poland were stopped. need Mr.' Slacey was deputy returning officer at Pakowkl school. -In thq Thompson 'district Mr. Frank Halites had charge of the arfd In the Barby school (Gleubanner) Hans Shorvey was la charge of the polling. there. Two brothers, have been vlsitilbg'b'iiii.Sfro'm Oiila'rio i- Jlr- Harry Elliott to visit! his friends In the province'.ot Ontario. Tcarfls Use Mavis laic after year morning shave. II will relieve fJiat burnigp sensation caused by Ihe stroke o{ tho razor. METIS tjilc is soothing. It Is mdely-. popular. Delightful to use, most men con- sider it a refreshing essential.' Buy a can today and be convinced oi unusual qualities, good druggists and toilet I r r Q s 7 s t bio I-ove was prominent in' religious A social .circles... Afte'r honeymoon M !'n'the .will reside'on First I in Them You Can BejYoung At 50, Good clothes men feel younger aud more kippy. Indicate your mental youth by dressing