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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Harvest Work Keeps Them Activities (From Our Own Correspondent) HARONS. Kept, I Mr. John 1'iv 1 goit was married tn Mrs. John J oil Thursday Spyc 9Ui. iu tbe Parson f Kt v S Pike i Calgary ca Thursday after spending a liuppy tinis there oa holiday. Xow tliat Buroiis 'has two barber shops, it Is just possible that for most ot us, it -will be "a c.use stave." Mr. Heathcote of tbe Uc.on Bank staff, lias returned from his holidays, after belos for two weeks. Mr. F. Driest has found a Jol> on hia return. lie Is doiufi M'heelwrigM work for his sou-ln-lavr, Mr. 3. Lefcow. et the building ad- Joluluy i'ie Macksiultli shop. To Mr aud Mrs. C. H. Crowe, on friday, 3rd, a' ttangUter, Crank Blackened An awldeut which iulgln have eerlous la r-ffett, occurred last when Mr. Williams was the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Fipsutl suddenly the crank was de- will reside west at Barons. I from the car, leaving impress the An afiernoou tea was given ;ii tbe home of L. I'. Bornap ou Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Kaest of houor was Mrs. MeKeozie -WoJsh who work mast's yea in its furious Mr. Wil- liams is uow able to resume his duties at the garage. expects in (he near future to leave with the family for B.C. There was a gathering of more than this-iy ladies of the comriiuiVty. The afternoon was spent iu a social way, afler which tea was served bv Mrs. C. Hurnap f amL -Mrs. Lebow. The whole 11" hardware store ot Welsh and afternoon was of pleasure aud delight t Welsh. to the ladles. j Mrs.- McLain aud Mrs. Woiil- yard were visitors in Lethbridge on Mr. ami Mrs. Snell were visitors to ihe Bow River on Thursday. Sept, 9th. Mr. W. J. Li'bow was a visitor :ii Yak-ail for the week-eud. Mr. McLiirly ot Macleod is working Hayracks are being quickly built, new wagous, and gniiu tanks pat to- gether wnpou wheels boiui: repaired hy the dozen, aud a number of engines threshing raadriues lire receiving i he atteiuIoD of proficeut business men. Iu fact the whole town is asllr, helping in every way possible to serve the harvesters and thresheriuen iu their fcusv time. Mr. and T. D. Hunter of Uth- are spending some days will} Mr. Hunter's brother. John on the farm southwest of town. Mr. Hunter is still well able aad willing to assist ill work of a harvest nature when, opportunity is afforded him in that direction. Lowest Rainfall for Years Perhaps the lowest rainfall on rec- ord for many years for tlio month of August fell this August When it is remembered, that generally August has a fair report to give, this year only reports Mrs. James McKay returned from surgical nrlon required. Dr. Chase's Ointment mil relieve you at once and Afford lasttug UtneGL we. a box: all dealers, or Edmanson, Hates ,t Limited, Toronto. Sample Itox. free Jt you mention tills and enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage. Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and Very Healthful Just a minute, please! HAVE you got All right, this advertise- ment is written to tell you how you can invest that for five get dividends several times a day. For time is money and an Ingersoll Maple Leaf time with any sort of care i lasts five or ten years. Less 'than a cent a week for time- keeping service! j; "The dividends are in mo-' [merits c saved, whichjinean 1: money earned. i' i And the Ingersoll doesn't fall j clown on the job just because it i happens' to fall out of your pocket occasionally. Such an i accident is a mere incident to J the Maple a catas- i .Jrophe to most watches. i One repair bill on an cxpcn- [jsive time-piece would buy a ,j j Maple-Leaf, with enough left yoyer to pay for that wonderful 75c Radiolitc Dial that tells in the dark. Friday, 10th. Hev. P. Pike was a visitor in tlie ilor.arch district on Saturday last. Mr. K. J. Momls Is assisting -the liuruap anil Pairfield tniplemeiit j agents dariiig the busy season. Miss X. Wuruock has accepted a! position iu C. Thomas' store. Barons and the Referendum What will 8aroiis do concerning I'roiibition on Oct. 25th? This qusi- lion be answered by men and subjects over one years''Ol hate lived In Caiiaila sinca tho first of February, and in this district three inontLs prev- ious-to tha voting day. Before that time, some little' aggressive work must be done lo arouso iudirTereat persons from their lethargy, to a re- sponsibility for citizenship such as will he required of them. We hear it said. "We are Tio Setter oft today thai in 1915 before the Liquor Act was passed." answer do we give? If we aro prejudiced, we agrte with the critic, uiit if we laia the trouble to peruse, literature sent out by Al- berta Social Service League, we find a point ot view. Is it not a fact that the provincial penitentiary in Ed- luutou has during the past year been old to the city, because it "was 110 onger needed as a house of correction or criminals. Is it not a' fact that police force has been lessened y hipre than ten per cent, since the assing of the Liquor Act Is it not omiuon knowledge that business in ais province has improved more than :iirty per cfeiit. since the passing of he Liquor Act. We are aware there re drunks and bootleggers In.Barons, nd other towns also, but do not we, lie citizens tolerate them? not he people tho voice of protest, or ot approval on the morals of a commun- ty. vWliilEt we must admit that the .tate of affairs is not what it ought o he. it is far improved since the mssing of the Liquor Act. It it ought to be better than it is, let us the people say EO. For each man, voinan and child Is a reason why, we he people should have Prohibition in nr fair province. Come on then Jarons, and let us make it what it ught to be'. Don't tha other ellow, do your hit now hy influence, nd in action on Oct. 2oth. Mrs. A. Fowlie and Miss Moatz were iu Lethbridge on Monday, Sept. 13th. Mrs. JIcKay of Lethbridge, mother if 'James and J. Ronald, was a visitor n Jlarons over the week-end. Prohibition Meeting Rev. K. Clegg of Carraaugay, dis- rict organizer for Prohibition, ad dressed a public meeting in Darons church on Monday, Sept. 13th, at o'clock. Due lo the busy season, not large number attended, but a goml a Bob Giove for Every Job Stone Mai MouMcri Miuer at the horn? of Mrs. Pete Roseabec'c during asslstlaj IQ prepar- ing 'ood for threshers thin week. Mr. liriit'.Mri. John Pope! were the guests of Mrs. Hi Davis Monday. Mr. Win.'Craig la making prepara- tions to the first week In Otto- her, eipetttug to suend tho winter in Montana.. Ki-WGlDS GrMulu) INDIGESTION dry oa or with hot or cold water. QUICK RELIEF! Price. HADE fly SCOTT BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION Cochrano' county, has 869 square miles and only 67 Why. Proof positive upon (acts pins experience. BEECHAM'S PILLS have been used for 60 yean by people all over the gtobe. BEECHAM'S PILLS Any Utdkar tte World, OP our <00 tr will nnd ud of Mr kKbUteiu llfMbT tboa iroTtilon for old dtpniittng sum nnlarlT. FleaacUl tudijwo- dence br ttMiiy Utton of waounU. -......4U Reworcu of UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch also at CBrdttonlind Btroni C. C. King, Manager WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 the G. of household soods nlh there occurred 2 During the rikes involv- etc., belonging to Mrs. J. K. Shearer-j took place last Saturday'ai SSffSSffrs B.-Jftwsawa room on Saturday afternoon, Sept. IS. Born, lo Mr. and. Mrs. Tom Brooks, nu Tuesday, Aug.. 31st, at the home of .Mrs. Allen, Bow Islaud, a baby girl. I Horn, to Mr. aud' JlrE. Art Thomp-! ________ _.....___, ___ _ on Thursday, Sept. 9th, at the home of Jlrs. Allen, Bow Island, a Jlr. J. Gantron was a visitor in Car- lanuay on Sionday, Sept. lath. JIr- Anderson of Hillsboro, Korth Martin, sister ot Miss S. Mar- -s spending some time In this tin ot the Union Bank staff, no-1 visiting .Mends and looking cepted a position as operator in die [after ..ropcrty Interests here. elpphoue ofilco. I -Miss I3ouHon, who visited for a .Mr V W Priest was a visitor in I couple of weeks ot the home of her LctbhrMge on Tuesday and Mr. C. J. Jamiesun, left .last [Thursday for Medicine Hat to vlsft workers aud days. In August 101S, there were 40 strikes af- fectiiis 2-I.S'l workers losing; days. Eight strikes were ended dur- ing August, leaving. 15 strikes aitect- ins only 7i4 workers, unsettled at the j em! of the month. Industrial employment throughout Canada shewed a slightly downward tendency during the.month. Tliis was partly due to the movement ot un- skilled labor fronv industrial centres to llie hardest llelds. Asheviile, X. lias a community canning kitchen, supplied .ay of this week. iinnauu? ji.ii. iu L.uiiiini; KUCJICH, sup An afternoon tea was given at the wilh friends there. Miss Slater _and modern conveniences: Home of Mra, John Hanson on day atlernoon, Sent. 14th. There were about thirty ladies present, and n good time was spent together over a cup of The Aid met nt the home of Mrs. S. Pike on Wednesday after- nnon nt 3 o'clock. Under the super- vision of Mrs. J. H. Welsh, the. usual business was transacted with dis- patch. Thoro were eighteen ladies present, and all look forward to a Ume ot interest and profit tor this fall's work. Several teams per day are seen hauling wheat into the elevators, hence it Is expected that some special yields will he ready for record in the near future. ATTEMPTED TO CROSS CHANNEL' ON WATER CYCLE TLONDON, tAtig. attempt lo the English channel on a so- culled "water cycle" has just been maile hy .Miss Zclta Hills, n young English woman. She started at 7 a. in. from Calais for Folkestone, abofit 'JO miles. The currents prevented i direct course followed, ar.d at first JIIss Hflls was taken down chan- nel along the French coast until a few miles frotn 'Hoiilofcne. Thou the tide Inrnod and nlie was swept up channel until east ot the Goodwin Lightship. Once more tlie lido chang- ed and (he cycle made a westerly course. After covering about 48 miles in 12 hutiEe. the mschlne oroke down, ow- ing, it Is supposed to tho backwash of a passing stormier, anil Miss Hills was taken off by a rowing lioal, only tbrco and oue-haU miles from Hie English coast. .Her fond aud drink were milk, fruit nml boiled ham, Sne Intends lo try irin acain "Vmen the stomach sometimes a good way to find the trouble is to quit cof- fee and use INSTANT POSTUM Ten days' trial proves and there's a lot of sat- isfaction in knowing. Why not order a tin of Instant Postum from the g'rocer next watch yourself and your own j; IHSTANT _ POSTUM -NEW "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" RECORDS Lively that make dancing delightful Tne LOTC jisafl'j TUderman's iNorclty Orcli, 216173 tie Sun Goes Down In Cairo Trot Van Epa Quartet 716161 OrcbMtra 316U1 a Typical Tipperary Or'er Ord. Waltz MUo's Band 216161 ComoPlay Vtlr, Henri's My Kwf 11 Little Alice Walti Ji MakoTliat Trombone Fox Trot AnyJay, Anywh Trot Raderinan's Novelty Orch. 216176 It's Only a Ditam of tht One-S a r. Fnj Trot Diamond Trio 216178 of St. I5y. Step Ucnrl'sOrchcitra 216167 Have Told Me Japaneie Foi Trol M.l. ON TEN INCH UClUflLE-SlUED AT J1.00-WE PAT THE TAX. Master's Voice" dealer 'There's a Reason" Canadian PosturnCcreat Co.Ltd. Wihdsor, Ontario. We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of ioth from which to Select Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;