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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 29, THE IJSTH'RRIpGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEM Ftzikom Raised Monc matters. His old friends are glad to ee him around, Mr. Bewail IB one o! ur old inoye'd io Northern AlborU :i Mr. and McGregor, froni'Eng- laud, are visiting with Mr, and Mrs. Mr; 'AJlls :Monl8 Is visiting at his home for a week. He expects to go o Calgary torthe.idn.ter. .Tabs' lift teacher (rpju Don- alda'.iniidoJ, ih'e with (Prom'tOnr.-Owu jCorrespoudenu -ETZ1KCXM, carnival last Monday night. rt TKaikaglvIng nlBnt. in aid of the Nary League, was quite a success in spits' ot the .storm. Everyone iiad a splendid .lime and Bomethtas around U60 WM ;made. Tuoso who took part aaS.--got-lt.up deserve much praise, oipedaUy; Mr SIcKay. Quite a number won turkeys The church soclil Saturday was enjoyed uy' quite U nuuiuer. Th concert was splendid, songs, -violli solos, :fcclUill6n3, read i: 1 Envin -.presented '.Wf..'., B'udso: leaving shortb a luUjmrBe, on Behalf of all pros money taKeir at- to door. Mr.' Hudson made a suitable rq- T pl .nudTa oft the j while here. Mr. Sargenf nd hlt( uta Correspondent) J. j. Mrs. D, Molr. and Mies Agnes and Miss Mabsl' Molr< were visitors In Letbbridge-_, on week. Thursday of last mdsor Table r Salt Comic We. MacKenzie; Clos- ing song, "0 U. Aiii'l'. V. A. ire having a'cari'party ahd 'dance In the I. 0. O. P. hall on Tuesday, Novem- ber Crow Lino orchestra furiiUh the music. Wo. durrle and Miss Currle left on the early train Thurs- day lor Vaneouvf r vhero thoy iiitend to make their home. Mr. health has-oomptlled-them to make this change large circle ol friends la this locality eiieud tlielr best wishes tor health, prosperity aud happiness in thotr new home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Henderson formerly ol. this place, arrived from ladles. and a'-couple sne'nfetogetli- civ Eve.ryo'no.went hSm'b-'aaylng.they Mr. Denton returned farm last weei'aml put on a of all his household goods, hors'es and catlle and machinery. A goodrcrowdrturiied oil t to his everj thing brought good bac_k Ills h'nuio.'ln the States this week. V Mrs. West entertained a number of young" friends at dinner and carda on last. Warren enlertalded few friends at dinner Thursday evenihg. Sewall is. here, in town for ivfew.. weekq tending to' business THE manner in wh ch S disease and poison out of the tlcin has been aptly described as "mag- netic." Sores and wounds cleani-d and soothed new healthy skin in a way wh ch is A positive raelaboq in the urt of E'iin-bealing. yield m anasfoaishiiigwaf (or 2am has an.isephc and gprmicidal properUcs lli at cannot be found in any other prep- iUntion 7zm Bult Draws Disease out of the- Skin. The TDanelipus 01 Zam Bok 7 Is to its rare herbal angm and the MrJ Robert 'Hodges; was taken lo the hospital and operated on .for ap- pendlcitU on Wednesday. Reports are that hc'is doing well. Mrs. was hostels at a tea party on 'Friday ;A' finer.jiumber.of ladies w.ere :in attendance and all enjoyed a cup of tpgether. D.out fpfge't- the Rummage.Sale pre- pared by tho Women's Ihs.tltute, for Saturday, October.. the rest room. All are welcome: Mr. and Mrs. Felt Pearson return- fid, to, their home .in .Lelhbridge oh -for some days with j Corporal Davfes is the new A.P.P. .district as succes- A nuniber'ol Borons' citizens went over to Iron "Springs on' Thursday last, to poll their vote tor the Loth- Irrigation Project: Mr. and Mrs. Earl .were visitors in Lethbridge on Thursday, October'21st. We are; glad-to report, that Barons with a'.'majority 'of 41 in the prohibitio'n eampaigu on Octob- er. 25th, "Mr. was a the week: end. Mrs.- Edwards, of Macleod, .will spcali- loathe tfuBpiccs- "th'e i Institute next Wednesday, November 3rd, at 2.30. "Women's in It-Is, hopeu a Uige number of ladies will he present Mr. G. :B. Gorell, manager of the Union Bank, was a visitor In Lcth- October- 26th. mother of Mrs. S' Pilte- arrived from Edmonton on Wednesday., and is has .returnEd from Bdnfdnton. wliere she was visit- ing ;Wlthi.her :daughter., for several have Keen visiting" with her sister, Mrs. G. Chew, foi- tne "past'two months. Threshing -Is fast nearihg comple- tion 'In 'this district. About another will s wind up the good work here. We are report that Mr. Alex. Fbwlle is once more Indisposed. At the time of writing be Is progress- ing favorably! (ESTABLISH SUNDAY .SCHOOL AT ONE-FOUR (From Our Own Correspondent) Oct. W. Bailoy, Presbyterian Sunday School organiz- er from Havre.. Moutani. organized a Suuilay.School here.ou the 11th. Mrs. David Ormiston is superintendent, Mrs. J. B. Welliertlt Yeta Triiuer secretary treasurer. Mrs. August Flora and Ml38 Mary B. Smith will teach classes. The next-day- a good rain and tome snow fell lo this district, making fall possible. Tuesday some more their home In Spokane. Wash., Jast rain. fell-.aud again.Thursday Wednesday.evenlng and are guests at I txe were wef Bow Island bses Good Citizens i fats and mineral impurities which make Common ointments and sail cs harmful and even dingeroas lo some aVcaa For timed I BoV y pricl ce and knOW no h ng to Mr and Mrs W J rented the house .of Mrs, for merly occupied by Mr and Mrs lias juussen4 Mr IJebows family expect lo mote same this weeK The church anniversary serMCca will be, held Sunday and "lOt scaA 8th f Snndaj vices, 11 o clock and 7 JO pm. Mon day at COO pm The ladies aid will serve supper Concert at SOO o clock in house. -Further announc'e-; ments- later; (Prom Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Oct. Octoher 25th, the day aniiously await- ed, has passed and the referendum workers were pleased to know that the returns showed a majority for them' the count being In Bow Island 9S to and In the outside polling place a tip, 14. .During the day several whom were Rev. .V.'1 51. Gilbert, Mr. Brentz Smith, Mr. D. KlrBCh_and Mr. H. Nevers, ..were husy brliiging'vbters to the polling place, either here or out in the Bow Island received a slight show- er of rain Monday evening, .13 of an inch. On Friday evening a number' of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hunl. 01- quist St., met at their homo and took possession of it as Mr. and Mrg. Huri had accepted an invitation to a ueigli- Iwrs for the evening. On being sum- moned home by a messenger they were Indeed surprised to find a party at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Kurd are leaving shortly for' California where Uiey intend tp reside and invitations tori this farewell had been Mesdames A. Hoaglin A Snannum son and S. Y. Hurst: Norwegian whist was and the prize award edMr. A. Hohson while Mrs. Hender- eon gol.the'cousolation. After this the hostesses served a ilaintv lunch and a soc "i hoar t r The guests expressed their regrets that and Mrs decided lo move from Bo4 Island' in 1909 but all 111 bed tho home of Mrs. Fred Hend- erson. Their laauy friends here are pteased to have jhem here again. Bakeu and W. S. ot Medicine Hal. passed through here'laEt Thuftday cnrouto to Vauxhall .where, they went to look over land Interests there. and-Mrs'. S. G. Jamie son enjoy- ed a visit from'the former's brother, of Letbbridge, last'Thursday. On Fri- day, and brother motored to Fo'reinost! Mr. F. N.'Smita has rented his farm to Mr. and will leave shortly' for a; wa'riner climate. of Calgary, In- surance iiiBpeclor, was a business vis- itor. In Francesj'Halloran left -last 'week.-for-'-Me'itclno Hat to attend St.'Tberesa academy. of Calgary, representing the tjnlted Insurance company, Was In town oh Friday. Mr. and'Mrs. A. F. Werts have as their guest their, nephew, Mr. ,H. A. Toronto. Mr. won .the D.C.M. In April, sjid on K. P.-Kemp pf pouK try aadjj-iu spend' tSe .winter and his Calif of ,'V Tliar basket '.social and" dance ar- ranged (or'thls evetflng has post- poned .Iwp.weeka !so, as .to. ha.rnionize wittj ejenls of the ueiptjbprhood. McCIarys Make good staves and Cooking utensils. When you eat let it be the best them haprmcis and prospentj m then M.'_ Iverson and mpara itiiknttoulte from roustinc.sand chronic It ndneiK Buk IdouW ironddifut cura! TC pctlies and 1 ilwajrs iccommeTd il in lo cdei" Of ill sis and lores jOc ptrbox FREETmli.1 ZitnB kC leoufL W am Buk :M ri and M rs G eorge Ch ew .were a t homo tq their friends at the.Lhew residence ftiday evening, OctoBei 22 in honour ot Miss Ruth Kenned] sisl er of Mrs G Chew A game of nTiist was indulged in High scores going tojMrs Miller Grant, and Mr L< E highest to A C Frejemarfind Mr J H y clsh rji mid iiigbf'Eupser was served which all thoroughly J Tparty given for Miss Kennedy was that provUed bj Mr. Gilbert Mdlr and Mfss. Mabie Moir at -their homo on Tuesday, Oct ober' 1911, before Miss- Kennedy left for -her home ia Montana. Sbe has now home. The ladies' aid of El: Andrew's will, unless it is attended to, mean a severe attack of throat trouble or bronchitis this coming winter. Therefore, get a box of Peps and take a few of these wonderful little breatheable tablets atonce. free you of that cough and make your strong4 endugh''to 'withstand Vhe extreme winter weather. t Tops' give-strength to the, chest and are invaluable for' coughs, colds, sore throat, laryngitis, bronchitis and asthma. ALL DEALERS, Me. BOX. FREE TRIAL Stnd this Ic (Ump (for to Co., Toronto, tad ce I y e'frte (rlil I Church met last ThiirsJay afternoon with "Mrs I D it Maple Farm The'aid arranged lo hold a Thanksgiving supper 'oh.Thursday. No- Temter 25th. After the'close of the meeting a delicious lunch', was served by the hostess assisted'by'. Jlrs. J. Ross. The next meeting of the aid "will be held on November 4th, at the home of Mrs. H'.iHs Uoberlsqn. On Sunday evening St.j'Andrew's Church held a large audience to list- en to tho campaign addresses. The first speaker was. Mr.. P.'. Johnston, of Burdett, Svho chose as his'text the lOtli chapter of 0, 10 and In bis Introductory remarks the speaker, pictured to us the taber- ark and surroundings. God commanded that the. priests should hot drink wine 'ere tliey entered the Tabernacle of the- I-orcl." from this it was easy to Infer .that whose hearls are the temple.of God. should not hnvp to do witb etc that do us such injury. y Mrs. Bagnall. was..the. second speaker and from the. first', her ienco .were in deep sympathy, with' her remembering .under, what sad clri death of lier.husbamf had taken up the worfc.of ehdu'm organizer for this, district. In a pieasnnt conyersalidnal manno.r, flho showed that this 'movement was for the good of the peopled' She cited showing .what Itdiior bad rlono.: Then sbo told aoirie of the nr' guments put up by. somo of thoso who were not in favor of the- referetulmn. At the close of the collec- tion was taken up to. help, defray the expenses of the campaign. .The campaign" songs'we're .used and. there was some splendid Bulging done by, the audience. by the four girls isiJrSrlliy '61 special mention, Miss singing the stanzas In her while the others jijiicil In the choruses. Women's InfllUjiie sale anfl tea lit the Rest Room, oa Saturday nfternoorij October 30th. auxiliary of the. O..VVV, A. inel In the club room last' Saturday after- noon; Tney will serve rcfrcehmenin on Friday night at the Sheet ami Pillow- slip dance given by the (1. V. A. in their hall oh that nlgbt. The U. F. A. and 11. F.Vf. A. a jnlnt meeting In the Rest Room la'st Saturday right. After the business s6s- aion JMrs. Bagriall addres'scdthe meet- ing o'n the Flcfcrendnni: and was llet. enert (o attentively: -The following program was then given: -i- Song by members, "Marching to Vic- tory''; HecHstton, Minnie Hecllsllon. Wllma Kylanil; Song, Sfirt- Je HOHR, H'noda Brown! Maggie palrfer; Maggie C'aMor; Soiig by' members. "Tliq Day of Rvnni: Or- gsiii ll.irold Wlillney: R'.icU Ullon. Alfred Millar; Heoilalion; Blla bepew; Vocal duet, Mrs, ,1. Miller; and Mi'. A. Millar and other Rood things'enjoyed by every-, Mrs: J. October 1st, was wounded at Cambral. Mm. IL A; BaEcall, of Medicine Hat, was guest In town over the week end, leaving-on the early traiu Monday for her. home. Mrs: Herman Smith, of Coal.dale, aud Mrs. Sr., of were visitors in town on Saturday.' Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Hurst and lurst, Sr, wore Medlclue Hat "visit- ors oil Mond a v. -V.- Mr N; T. Walwork. of Medicine Jlat.. motored Bow Island last week.-Mrs: K. who has jeen a-guest. of her daughter, -Mrs. Walw.ork, returned homo with Mr. NT..D.-Murray is a guest at tha home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holfe. Mr. A. has agiiin.beep ap. liuted official auditor for the .village ot Buriiett.. Mr. and Mis. D. Kirsch and family left for B. C. last night. They are mot- oring to Crx-ston, B. C. i Mr. imd Mrs. fj. Stengal with their] family have.moved to Tabcr. The, many friends of Mrs. Brown- ing, who has been quite ill at Medicine Hat pleased to learn that she is much butter. Mrs. It. H. Rouertoq'flras a guest at the home ol Mrs. August Plammo yes: terday. J Mrs. I'lppard was a visitor In town [the end of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bryan, at their home, in Sunnyvale, on Mon- day, Oct. ISth, a daughter. Mr. und Mrs. August Fla'mme. at their home in Sunnyvale, on'TUesday, October 19th, a son. On Tuesday, October 25th, Mr. Jocit Hutchinaon-died'.at his home here after ai few. weeks' t I Buy.... Cinadtou CANDIED Lemon, Orange and Citron Peels FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKES AND PIJJM PUDDINOS SOLD BY ALL GROCERS colourto the Amarican ImpoKcd AspJendidvrash-EARLY! conplete. c 'menu that the ruh.gnd.scrbb done out Sunlight Soap wtih .Good aewtl. LEVflK.BROTHERS LIMITED, Toralo. Chippendale M J Mahogany c -.1 HE pride of the of i McLagain Phonograph In no wau exceeds the pride of, the makers. 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