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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NSWS WHERE YOU EXPECT tT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVS LOCAL NEWS SKl'TEMBlvU 15, 1920 LETHRRIDGE, PAGE SEVEN _ Every Lethbridge Person Must Register to Vote on Referendum Big Surprise Package for Lethkidge And Southern Alberta People To Be A 1 Tl fi M ill' V Opened in lois ere Lity Mext week "What-is You will have your chance to guess on September 22 ...A "What is is going to be one of the big.attractiona at the Cotfldale-lJethbridge fall fair and carnival at the} exhibition grounds. It will be a prize ticket of the. stunts Club. Don't forget lo look for it at the exbJblU.must. have been raised In 1920 grounds. You will bo able to hear it long before you get to its iron rase. All that Frank would say about this mysterious stuut la and all products eihlblt roust be fronrono. furm. For a'special potato" _________ ____ ._ Coiildalc'branch.brth'e'.Sfa'naard'Bj that it was'captured in central [mllaihas donated? three: first .-JIG, ank The Rhyming Optimist (By.-Alfne Miehaelli., Our housemaid's none upon a strike. nurse has also struck; wo eat sardines and nuvy beans, for cuok Las run amuck. Dad has to buttle for himself these topsy-turvy days, since James has left "us quite bereft to star in mono plays. At first we thought we'd not imll through, for we .were ift .as mush; but HOW we've canned thai foolish stand: we' know, it's on'ly JslQsh. -was when feetile fpl.k.wlio. we needed; aid from man and but Ibat was just a stall: We thought that we had to.keep a cook-to.wrestle with out -grub, wo see .necessity any. dub. We laid our selves useless notions by. upon air oh'- acyre'shelf, and'in-our clan-we- form- this plan: Each waits'upbn'him- To the Present f 7i60'-. J5; s- u Y IP HM .ust than-tbree throughout oiif ordered daysi-wo'a great hardships and i.s being 1 second trought to Lethbridgo under great er-j hiblt must ptnso. Ivarieties-andVol. more than sbt, eith- "ei awake'and try to fake some-new Tills will not end the efforts of the I er of early or-late, red, white or pink.' ami helpless'plays.-' But now all'that will be no one will say. Nevertheless first ?7.50. second ?5, third }3. For'but a gay while otliersr'flout It I? a known when a the best peck of any other variety we're'trying out a cafeteria: 'The plan- Rotary Club starts out to do a thing than white the prizes will be, first comes down, from primal tinies wheii U Is clone right so even-one can second third every fellow .delved. poet a good time at the carnival. i Market gardens will have a chance, an empty pot, so c-oon' was Every committee-Is working fine and For the test vegetable and 'root -dls- for the nest best ten "dollars. at the recent meetings satisfactory ploy fifteen dollars will be given and progress has been reported. A move-'' ment is on foot to have a fashion show In connection with the Rotary Club's cud of tho fair and carnival. Arranse- r d; .A'a'd at' our home The Ellison iJ and' Elevatr Company have donated to be div- ided into "three prizes for the best "col- meats (or this have not been com- lective display by individuals of grain pleted but II is understood it will various ...kinds, the. somewhat of a stunt chants ot the city. of the mer- sheaves to be shown in bundles of not Pleasure-is the big note In all tbe plans of the Rotary Club and they will give to the public many varieties. The midway will be full of surprises. No outside amusement company will bo brought in so everyone will know that what will be offered will be home made and will be all the better for that.. Baseball Big Feature Baseball will -be the big afternoon feature's.' On the first day one game will be played and on the' afternoon of -the second two, which will com- plete the series. Everyone, expects Lethbridge and Coal dale will meet and tliaf game should prove as big a draw- ing card. as "any at the., en tire fair and -Coal- less than four Inches in diameter just below the heads. Farm Protlucds ?22 for three "col- lective eihlbit, grasses and for, to be shown in sheaves, one of.'eacb bit, by. individuals .of forage kind. works just_ as in eras gone. We. til are glad to say that- pad out-buttle_s' James or John. Anil Bub Is good at making beds and all the while Sis we (End a tnastcr mind at doing up the chores. Yes, we arc coining out so well that- .we can say: "Ha. lia! We recommend to every friend a THE CAUgARY MASONS NEW POSTMASTERS (Calgarv--Herald.) Eniplmstzmg -tner belief of .Masons in fiotl. the rtnly prayer, and 3 the brotherhood of tmin, nnri of I ivetsal service, Rev. A. H. Den ARE APPOINTED I grand-chaplain of ;the: Grand Masonic of. Alberla, preached to fully Ive hundred Masons assembled in hurst also on the diamond the base- bail season in .Letbbrjdge ;will finish a "Dempsey And Oh, the Dancing Dancing will bring many people to the grounds in th'e evenings. On -Wed. nesday night and on Thursday night Ivethbrldge will see the largest dances In the 'history of the'clty. That is the mark Bill Armstrong's committee has] set- for itself. Cannoneers Jazz Band ha.s hired for Oie occasion and it Is eipecle'd the band will' give the dancers n? Lethbridgc and district everything they want in the way of pop and To accommodate dancers the pres- ent dancing floor fa being enlarged by one-third. The floor will extend .down the centre ot the building to tbo main entrance anil Kill Armstrong has, promised to work wonders in'improv-l Ing-tlio condition of the floor. A great deal of work In this re-! gard. llcfrestiment booths will be sol placed that they will.not interfere with f the dancers while (Fiu music -is on but will afford them' every facility in ob- taining thirst See the Prize Products In reference to tlie iigrienltural end the fair the secretary at Coaidalcf reports room for plenty mnro exhiliilF. i Some fplcnCW prizes" nave been ortcr-i cd lo> fanners to come in show the proGucls of their soil. Tlie'Coal- i 'JalR Commercial Club Ins offered twoj hundred dollhts for the 'best district] SAVEYOUR OLDSHOES They will give you a lot of good service let -us repair i them. We hso the best leather 1 and do strong, neat work. 1 WE REPAIR BICYCLES AND TYPEWRITERS 1 nnd carry new bicycles and Whatever you get hero la depend- able. g The O.K. Repair Shop Teachers And Trustees To Be Banquettei Friday night teachers and o( the board of education of, Leth bridge will hold a bshq.uet in the Y.M C.A-. Arrangements for the banquet are being made by E. P. Pettey, th( new boys' secretary and tbe banquet Is a continuation. oC his plans fo{ reaching the young men of this cit] and drawing them under the Influence Y.M.C.A. As the high school is staffed wlil practically a new Mel of teachen thij banquet is going to he a get acquaint ed affair. Only two of last'yeari teachers are on the staff this fall The qiicst'oa of work among the bby( and the y.M.C.A. be.requested coloyerate in the- broad .scheme Mr> Petley has outlined to the publi( through the Herald in previous Issuer Mr. Hugill Resumes General Law Practice} John Hugill (of the Law Socl eties of Alberta and for the past nine years ..associated the law department Can- adian Pacific Railway as the assist, ant solicitor nt Calgary, announces ha is now engaged in a general Maw practice' at 202-203 Grain Exchange Building. Calgary, Allierta, Priolis i: PHONE 733. 817 3RD AVE. i FOR SALE! 1 Ton 2 Ton BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APPLY LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD- 11lh STREET-SOUTH ;t DELICACIES FR0M THE DAIRY Here IB hcalUiful, sensible-summer food. Pure milk palatable butter and appothfng.fco cream. Tho raailmum of food value Is contained In theso foods. They siir'nljt the, (banes with all the nutriUro clemonls tho body requires and are cool and enjoyable for summer comfort. Don't put an "V2Jmi organ, ,br meatn and other heavy foods if so' J Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 Shall the Importa. .tion. or .bringing tof intoxicating liquors Into the Province be forbidden? NO Shall the importa- tion or bringing bf fnioxfcatrng- liquors Into the Province be forbidden? m ;