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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 10, 1920 rfiE DAILY HERALD POLISH GIRLS DEFEND POLAND Two New Teachers on the Staff Institute Active (From OUT Own Correspondent) WA11NHR, Sept. is fait progressing to an end biro. Most ot the farmers are about two-thirds through. One or two have even com- menced threshing. A shortage of lab- or Is keenly felt by tho majority ot those who have a large acreage to wort over. The smsll farmer can of coursa manage more readily with what 'help his family cap supply. Fortunate .the man, who has such these times, lie has some, small chance to beat the high cost o! living by avoiding Us twin bf other the high cost, of labor. :School commenced its -autumn scs floh'here on the 23rd of August. By such an early opening, a longer Taca tlon during the severe weather of De cember and January is made poss iblo. There are two new on the staff, Miss Rose Marie Sehlll ot.Nov> Dayton, and Miss Dick ot Fonoka The former handles the work ol grade's' III. IV, and V, and halt the subjects o! grade, whilst the lat ter takes the remaining subjects ot III in addition to the primary work. Miss Rets aha H. L. Manier.'.bolh ''teachers of last year's staff, negotiate the remainder of the" grades. Miss Bert teaches VF, VII and half the sub- 'ficcts.of VIII, whilst Mr. Mahzcr teach- es the'remaining subjects of .ViH, In to those High School. lie further has the duties of principal. .to discharge. Because of the great increase in sal- aries which the board found it neces- sary to pay this year, they .endeavor-1 tho second alfalfa crop Is In process ed to cut expenses somewhat 1 of being saved, and threshing by trying out this four.teachcr system) ing on Hay is moving'rapid- Thousands of women fighters are said !o Joined the Polish Battalion ol Death and are fighting on the bolder to save the country from invasion by the Bolshevik army. The picture shows some of the girls operatiag one ot the light field pieces. i Coaldalels Short of Help Directors Named by New Ele- vator Brings Back Bride Own Correspondent.) OOAliD'ALfc, This district Is cow" looking "at Its nest. Thefa seems no cud to stocks and stacks. Tlie grain cutting is not yel finished, instead of the five eaiployed last year. Should It not prove .stand'ready to add the nflh teacher again. Free Text Books At the last meeting'of the school board-they decked to build an addi- .tton onto 'the ham, as the present .Blabia space is inadequate. They i further'made arrangements.to supply free' n new baiket- ball- court, fnetal a drinking tank.'con- -tlnue tho'cinder walk up to the school and instal 'a telephone. A.very, progressive and generous spirit -was. evinced throughout the whole meeting. It la only to he hoped .that tho shortage ot labor will not .prevent an execution of these cane .and nohlo plans. Whilst remarking upon the benefits shortly to be conferred upon that im- -port.irit institution, the school, the .Women's Institute, ever a great fae- tor for progress and good here as deserves, our unstinted praise and gratitude. At their recent meeting, they voted money for. the 'erection of a much needed and sorely missed .flagjpole on-the. school house bances are quite the order, he'fe at presc-nt, s'carcely'a night }y and at a good price. Choice alfalfa Is bringing J2C.OO per ton on', board the care. The contractor for the new elevator Is now on baud- with a full crew of men and work Is being rapidly pushed ahead. There is a grave shortage of help for the hay and grain barrest. Men Ignore ?6.00 per .day and board. .We have heard' this state 'of affairs blam- ed on prohibition. In o1 the bar-room the men got rid of their money qnlckly and- we're soon ready for workA again. Now are inde- high wages and bet- UrworXhiE conditions'are demanded. Elevatof Directors At a meeting of the shareholders o! the new elevator company last 'Satur da'y, the following directors were ftlect ed: President; H. A. Suggllt; man ager, Geo. Green; secretary, T. B Dunham. D. Elton Is the legal ad vlser for the new company. Mr. H. O. Harrison had a very nar row escape recently. He was stand ing on the platform of tha old eleva tor as-a' freight train was being shunted past- .Suddenly the platform To Have Chauiauqua The advance agent of the Chaiitau- qua visited Coaldale on Monday even- ing. All the necessary arrangements (are made to put on a. three day Chau- anqua on the 7th, Slh and 9lh of ictoher. The programme looks good, leason tickets J. M. Galbralth, local representative t J. D. Rockefeller, brought his wife hd family to Coaldale last week. Ho las rented Mr. G. Hallam's residence. V6 are glad to have another good amHy in our Banker Brings Bride. Mr. Hapln ot the Standard Bank ar- rived quietly In Coaldale on Monday ast, bringing with him his bride. The whole community Joins in .wishing the happy couple all the good things of Ife and hope they will be really at home among ns. It Is good news to be ablo to report Hat Sir. and Mrs. J. H. Mills have their plans and .decided o remain in Coaldile for ;ome time collapsed and thrown forward 'Mr. Harrison toward the railroai goes by without seeing a jolly throng] track. By, great presence'of miud he all the hall to do. honor to the pulled his feet quickly under him am ing" muse. As the town Is usually! the train passed by just graxing thi full of transient harvesters at thjs of the week, Ihesb dances fur- nish some anniseraent for them, as well as no small pocketful of com to the shrewd promoter who- stages them. In addition to these, last week the ladles of Wanier gave a most de- lightful little dance with a supper, to a number'of the younger set who were shortly to leave town. This affair- (leciilediy the best of Its kind put on here for some time, sociability and enjoyment wfere thu objective and not profit. Hence the appreciation on the part of the dancing public. .MIs.s Derrick left on Saturday school nt.AIKeton. -Miss Julia .Gradv Is visiting at her home here at present. Mrs. Gordon, wife of the ex-manager of the Commerce, was a guest In town, last week. Mr. Gaudelte, the druggist for the past few months, and his family, have sold out and moved away from War- ner'. The drug store will now be man- aged by Miss Lillian Molan tor Dr. Jiles ot. Milk Hlver. next out. to come. Remember the School Fair Wednesday, Sept. 16th. Turn boost, advertise. Don't say you are .00 busy to come. Tha new school teachers are com- fortably fixed np in the teacherage and are getting their meals at Mrs. Dewey'B. knees of his trousers. Tho school board held a on Tuesday night and transacted 1m portant business. Great harvest weather, we hav- only had a qnarler of an Inch of rail for over sir- weeks. Miss Elbcrta Suggitt leaves nex Monday for Mount Royal College, Ca garj', where she will complete he high school course. That she will succeed there and find It an Inctltu- tion ot the- highest.type goes without saying. The sympathy of the comannlty goes out to Mrs. J. McD. pkyidsiin on the death of her aged father. The children of.Mrs. Bea. S. Paw- son lire recovering nicely a rather alarming Mr. Lloyd R. Shrumm was not hit by a rolling pin. He" was out duck shooting and as a. result ot firing In a cramped poslti6n the recoil of the gun put his knee out of joint. He is making afc good progress as can be expected. Most of the, farmers celebrated Labor Day by laboring. Threshing Returns Very Pisap pointing to ihe Produce Business (From Our Own Correspondent) WHITLA, Sept and Griffin of Calfary, who were Unfortun ate enough to have their.branch cream buying plant here destroyed by fire a short time ago, have resumed busi ness cm a larger scale than ever" in new quarters. They are now buyins and paying cash for cream, butter eggs and poultry. Mrs. Ruth Lien harf. is their local agent Threshing commenced the latter part ot last week and the way esti mates are being "revised downward' is almost a tragedy. One farmer near here figured- strongly on fifteen bun dred bushels of got-six hundred. Another garnered SI -bu- shels off 100 acres. The rest of .the story is too sad to relate. Mrs. "Tom" Maney leaves tomor- row for an extended visit with friends in Montana. She expects to he absent about two months. Meanwhile her popular young daughter, Rrace will keep the family pot boiling. "Jim" Fisher and Barton Powell went duck shooting n. few days ago with the result that five Mallards turned- up their little loos to the daisies. There are just five pot-holes where they were hunting from which the festive Mallard may be shot from The Man Who's Ahead Somehow you never hear of a really well-dressed- man buying his Clothes.strictly on a price basis; the man who wears well-tailored clothes, however, doesn't pay any more for his clothes than the man who doesn't pay any particular attention to the general make-up and workJfnanship.in the clothes he buys. VERY OFTEN If S A CASE OF PRICE ECON- OMY WHICH DOES HOT COUNT FOR MUCH IN THE LONG RUN. The rnan who says Tailoring is foremost is always ahead at the end. He looks better and naturally .his clothes are smarter arid a real asset to his appearance, and in the case bf ambush. The ducks home were all shot Strange coincidence. they brougni from behind. More Tobacco for the Money OVERCOATS whith vtt they givfe that tfeeir cost on very low level. Complete Displays of the New Styles in Men's Clothing, Furnishings Toggery of All Kinds Ready for Your Inspection And we invite you to step in for a visit when you have time. Don't gamble on uncertain because the price looks like Uviiig. "Be Mite" of whiit you :get." It's better than being sorryi Think Wkn You Buy Clothes Tim Fall If ydu been buying "Good Clothes" keep on' 1 doing it. Men's early Fall Overcoats, in fancy tweeds and dark grey. Prices-----; Up Men's Tweed "All Rainproof Coats Up Young Men's Suits, sizes 33 tO 35. At Ulsters, in alUthe wanted patterns in tweedsV ...Made full length and three-quarter with storm collars. Prices.... Up Mackinaw Coats, in plain and check. Prices from to EVERYTHirC FOR WORKWOMEN Sweater Coats Up Leather Vests Up Work Shirts, in cotton and flannel. Priced from Up Work Gloves 85c Up Overalls, with bib v-....... Up, Combination Up Work' to plain .00 Young Men's Suits, sizes 34 to36. 'Men's Suits, .extra special value in heavy grey, worsteds..... Men's Suits, in a large assortment'of plain and checked worsteds. Priced at Men's Suits, in tweeds and worsteds. Priced Better quality Suits for young men and the conservative dresser> in plain shades and fancy worsteds. Prices to fjXtra special quality in Young Men's Suits, very smart best of tailoring throughout. to UNDERWEAR Men's heavy Ribbed Combinations, pure wool. to Heavy weight Cotton Combinations priced to Pure wool medium weight Combinaions to Flat Knit Combinations, Watson's, priced Up Stanfleld's Up Llama Wool Combinations___.'-----. Turnbiill's Up Wplsey. and Jaeger Combinations., Up Two-piece Underwear, heavy ribbed.. Two-piece Underwear, heavy ribbed, Stan- Up TAILORING If don't object to economizing, you'll be interested in pur high-class Tailored Suits priced nn .vu McGuire LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA K1RKHAM ;