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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOT-R lethbtibge Iberalb letbbribge, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY ami Publishers THE J-ETKBRIDCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITEU S26 Street So'jth, w. A. BUCHANAN Prejldeot and Managing Director John Toprance Business Manager have gained. That they should, not be losi should be Iho main concern! ot women. There should be a vise use of the new pflv.'er, and here Is u place for leadership among the ssx. That where woman sutfrege prevails It rov'eraenls; struck for r.n Increase of j en cents an hour, but compromised on five and returned to work, Windsor school acconiodatlon will: i so overtaxed after the holdiays that they will be compelled to use a number of bungalow schools. A painter fell through trie skylight ot a Ulchfield, III., hospital, aiid audcd iu the operating room. When ie regained consciousness his injuries had been dressed. "All persons .acquainted with a middle-aged man, or any man wear- ing shce3: size-364; please communi- cate .with thlB office." This adver- tisement was Inserted by a coroner to Identify a body at the morgue. A young woman who has ucen teaching In Calhoun county, llich., wrote on a recent examination: 'Drover Cleveland is now President ALL GENUINE MASON RISC H PIANOS Are'Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices You save money because we have twenty direct [accory' EtoreaJa Canada. Ask for siyla Booklet H, mm. Balmoral Block Horrie of the victrola" Offers Full High School Course Idaho Far- mer Visits Raymond Jamea and formerly ot Caldwell Neil but JUirvflsl hands from Ibe east ar causing a harvest ol trouble in the west. The Slavcly hold-up is only on ot muiiy Instances. It Is Batlslaclory to know that some thing at least U coming down in the announcement that ocean freights are to he lowered. This In spite of the swell ot the U.ermany Is dumping-interior goods Into tho llrllish and American mar- labelled "Made 'in England' cnerntos that alie has "the goods on them" in wreaking her revcnga. Threshing Starts .Wednesday and Elevators Opened Mqnday later of Nevada, have returned to Alberta after an abscnco of nine years. They have purchased land at Hill Spring and are very glad to get bacU where wind blows 'and grots grows. They also brought their families with them. Lu Neilson Is making .-some'..e.t- i tensive changes In .her: picture show She hns taken ouVVhe'stiiso and will extend the as -to-accomo date about 200 morS'- people. Mr. C. Thlpps has commenced the erection ot an addition to his store In order fo take care ot tils rapidly Increasing business. Miss Evelyn Shaw has taken tho position at school teacher at Fore most for the winter. (From Our Own Correspondent) Aug. of all grain Ic about completed. Threshing '111 commence Wednesday.? The Homo flrain Co.'s elevator is open with i'aj Col.emM, a .wcM.-knpwn and popular farmer of this district, in charge. Jake -Llenharl, tho old reli- able, will do the truck for tho Farm era1 Co-operative- Elevator Ctf....while the Ogllvie people, so U Is said, will open Mans- field, agortt for trto Citizens' Luinher Co. at this poinlj'ln Tho three elevators have aniide capac- ity to take care of all the grain in this district and possibly just a little from any neighboring dlatrfct., Mr. and Mrs. Warren fuller, form- erly residing at Whltla. but now of Vrrn-ooil, are visiting IBe par- ents'of Mra. Fuller herd. Mrs. Fuller 3. of Whilla. Kchool opened Monday with linden Fsur cases of egg. shells filli'il whlsfccy -.vere found al a vfest Vlr glnla railway staifoti a Imgglige (From- Our Own Corresnnudent) 1 VltAYMOND. Aug. Kllight Ackdeiny open its 1320-21 Echool year-vilest Tuesday. Sept. 7. Every- thing" is In' rcadinels for the opening. A. E. Palmer, D.S.A.. whd has been em-' ployed by- the Natural Resources (lepartrnent ot tho C. P. it. this sam- mer In eiperiroentai work, will be the principal again this year. A new man appears'oh .the staff, Mr. A. Uennett, .The domestic science and arts_vand[ the manual training m'eri'ta.have been taken over by the p'ti'Dlie school. The school board employ and pay the in- structors In these departments and th'e equipment end- space in the tceflisiriy building will bo turned over o them. Students of tho K. A. who doslrn. will he permitted to take vork n these departments. The outlook ia bright for the Acad- emy this season. The full four-year ilgh school course is offered. Western Canada, particularly. Al- berta, will be the mecca tot thousands of American homeseekers during the next few yearn. This is the opinion of Harvey Allrbil, of Blackfoot, laho, who s here as the representative of a ;roup of Idr.ho farmers who are con- lemplatlng soiling their interests in that state to move to Alberta to estab- lish homes for themselves and their children. Mr. Allred Is a member of the Idaho senate and at one time was speaker of that body. He has also been a member of the Wyoming legislature He is a man of broad experience and sees In Alberta a country orfnring un- SHOES Ask To Be Fitted That look: well, fit- well aM wear well. Bring-the Girls and Boys and haye their; Shoes' fitted.. V Shoes For Ali-Ages W. J. Nelson Go, Sherlock Building equalled opportunities for growth the building up ot homes where land. IB cheaper than In the older parts ot the west. While here Mr. Allred Is the guest ot'his cousins, ,T. U. and Clarence All- red. .He Is looking over .the south country at present nm! to date is more than delighted with what he has seen. Mr. Allred himself is ionkivnc for a dairy farm, but the oilier geittlc- inen Interested In Alberta arc out tori good mixed farms in K section where land Is to be had at a reasonable price. Mr. Allred leaves for central arid northern Alberta Wednesday. He will look Into conditions thoroughly us on The children Move Wrteiey's-and it's good for them. Made under conditions of absolute cleanliness and brought to them in Wriglev's seated sanitary package. Satisfies the craving for sweets, aids digestion, sweet- ens breath, allays thirst and helps keep teeth clean. man ilrrtpjicd one find fsomc of jlils TcporL the doclakw of the the contents. V Idabo men interested, Hlpe tomatoes were used to pelt a parson at Trenton, X. J., by certain Immodest lathers at Washington's Crossing, whatever may ho said to the mode of expressing the fseiings of the bathers.1 angry at Ihe fecturc on Immodesty they received froiii the pastor's lips, it serves to sbov< the extravagant tendency of the nso the useful and edible tomato IB Whitln achool. Ho IB n tlippanlly used. Was It a caao [ifCnnailian with n, bright fiilurc ahead ir a daughter (if .Mr. niiil Mrs. S. old-time residents Towcll the helm, rl- year This Is Mr. teacher of IT la that j87ery agricul- turist f6na aserand aaeocltiUon with B Banklnff IcBtitutlon. This Is ettaalatlns production by providing brosd for lUabitioua farmers, Any of our 40O branches can furnish reliabls Inlohnation ea to dar- and fsclHtiss, ioitetA cslnir the ,n oyc" the to the lfcsr. "rc'l nf a arid been UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager aUo at CartJston and Barons Costs little, benefits much, ;