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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2-1, 1920 Chin Is Busy Place These Days .From Our Own Correepoudeul) CHIN. Sept. Kllisou Ela- vator at Chin ia going uji In line Jo LethbrMge cm the 21sl. Ho return eil today, and Is very busy with his Massey-l'.arrls tusinesB. Mrs. Ostlu'I.oBsater. o! Chia. was In ou the 21st to visit her sister. Tbe farmers at Chin are about through cuttius {or IJils year. Chla uow lias a C.P.R. agent. Bill Lowko just relumed Jium >it raouton ivhero he has a> farm. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The crew is here' "a arc my I HARVESTING OVER AROUND ETZ1KOM The Noble Foundation u; loading about rive or grain every day. The roads are fairly covered with elsM-horse teams. The tramway jar at tie river is proving a splendid success. John Ross is loading about a car a day; J. C. Bass about two cars a nay and Alex Lorder about two cars u day.-Also lots of local termers are loading. A restaurant Is needed very badly lit Chin. There are about 20 to 25 needlnj steady board, and a sleeping place.. The Covenimeut Las built a ferry Bi-X miles north of Chin, also a largo Coulee, south of Chin" "about "four piles. Mr. Spimkel put in a now groc- iry store at Chin iii Ibe Lund build- "S- .Mr. John Horbuek has a new car- load ol fall sioL-k which arrived to- day. The blaiVsniUh h'ns inoro than he cau handle. Mayor lieid, of Chin, was a visitor e Jng. U'rom'Our Own Corretpondenl) KT2IKOM, and harvesting Is finished here and quite a number of farmers are waiting anx- iously to get threshed. Quite a lot of grain Is coming; In to the elevator every di.r, Mr. Mr-, Robi. Gard- ner on Wednesday laet. a bouncing baby boy, Mr. and Mrs. -Win. Rob- inson, on Friday, 17th, a baby girl Harry foster, of Medicine Hat, a visitor in (own for a. tew dayr last week. Mr. Foster and family jusi returned home after a motor tri to California. Mr! Russ Bishop paid short vis to his home between trains Krida and. Saturday. Mr. Bishop Is ipendin tho threshing season at Skiff. -Mrs. Calhoun; from Foremost, spen a few-days with her sister, Mrs; Hen derson, last week. The dance in tho halt Saturda evening turned out well, four aut loads coming from Prospy. Rebekahs Celebrate Anniversary Institute Active 4-; STETSON any hat that you can wear at all, you will pay nearly the same price a STETSON. Never was it better worth while to" get Stetson and Stetson. B. STETSON OaMPAMT PhilidelphU The Unseen Merit Clothes for Men, have the reputation of standing every test-including that of time. Time reveals the qualities of fabrics and of linings, as well as i shape-retaining merits, which cannot be judged by the ordinary purchaser. Fashion Craft Mfrs.- acknowledged makers of (heir name on unseen as well as visible quality. Sold by 300 merchants in Canada. The Label is a guarantee of satisfaction, took for it, SOLD LOCALLY BY LOUIS KEEL, Lethbridge (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLiAN'D, Sept. Wo- men's Institute held the reenlar montily meeting in the Rest Room last Saturday irternoon. Vice-Pres: Ident Jamtj took charge of mat- ing lu the absence of the prealdent. The meeting voted to have the speaker that the head office wrote abo'it, come and give us a lecture, the date to be arranged later. It was also decided to rent the Rest Room for another year and try to secure a 'ten- ant for the living rooms at tie rear. F. MafWIIllMus gave a short taken In Oftoner. When the business meeting .war over a dainly lunch bv Mrs. B. F. Hands and Mrs. Kobt Rainbow. The next meeting vof the Institute will be oa October 16th and Mrs J Ross, Mr.. J. Whitefleld and Mrs. J Travis will be the hostesses. A versus Town Life will be part of the program. Last Friday night several of the Bow Island young people went to Burdelt lo attend Hie'dance given by Mr. Snackinan and report a pleasant time. Vacant houses will soon be un- known in How Island as several aro coming In from the country to take advantage of the gas and also to get the children in to attend the town school. Rumor says that Mr. Fred Hurl- burl, who Is on a visit from Ganan- oqoe, Ont., has disposed of his prop- irty on Lethbridge Ave. and Bell St to Mr. Tunslall, who for some months past ban rented part of it and used it as an Overland garage. Monday, September JOlh, was the silly-ninth anniversary pf Rcbekah Lodge. The Golden Link lodge of Bow Island celebrated the anniversary by attending divine service in St. And- rew's church on Sunday evening ISth where the Rev. V. M. Gilbert gave a rery interesting address (0 a large audience. Yesterday afternoon about twenty- tiro institute members met at the Manse, the home of Mrs. F. McWil- Jams and spent a social time. Mrs -E C. Ludtke who, for more than a year] has been the secretary-treasurer-of the Women's Institute, and is a very zealous Institute worker, lias severed her connection with the Institute here and ia leaving near her.home'in Cayley. Mrs. McWilliams read a short ad- dress expressing the regret that the members ot the Institute felt that Mrs Ludlke was leaving, knowing.so well that her zeal for the work would- be missed and yet hoping that in tief new. home, she great pleat ure. On behalf ot the Institute Mrs Ludtke was presented with a pvrei casaerole .with silver mount as a'tok- en ot nppreciatlon. Mrs. Ludtke though greatly.touched by the pro- ceedlngs made a very fitting rc'ply A dainty'lunch furnished by those ireoent and nicely served by three of PAGE NINE October 1st to attend business college. She will take a course in sborl-haud and typewriting. Mrs. Harvey Marrifi ami Mrs. Hold- er postponed their trip to Winston Salem, North Carolina, until after threshing season. C. Ulaze, oil inspector, of Medicine Hat'and Earnest Ilim-k are motoring around this on bus- Mrs. J. Sherer a birthday, party Wednesday la compliment of her little daughter Alice. Eighteen of her group were invited and all enjoyed themselves. Mrs. Harry Grant is expected borne the of Ihe month from Idaho, where she went to visiT friends and relatives. NEW DOCTOR AT CARMANGAY HARVEST THANKSGIVING AT CARDSTON SUNDAY C'AHDSTOX. Sepl. special harvest thanksgiving service Will be held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian churc-h, Canlslon. on Sunday, Septera- ber at in the altewoou. This huur has been sulevted lor Ihe special tonrenleiu'e ot firuitre from outside points of ,whom it Is sincere- ly hoped that a largo number will bo in .attendance. The church will be prettily decorated tor the occasion suitable hymns will be sung, and an appropriate address will bo given. At uie close ol itio service a social half hour li arranged for by the Ladles' Aid of the congrega- tion. 1 he offering for the day will be on behalf ot the bulluipg fund of the new church. Grant of Trinidad, British West Indies, and Stanley Machin of London, India J. J. Alton of Derby, England, o) the speakers yesterday, said Iho giear patriotism of Canadians was a revela lion to of the first visit It was to this dominion. "The mau who had his arm broken in two places, should stay awuy ftoit those says Ihe Safety Leagua (rrom Our Own Correspondent) WINNIFRED, Sept. farewell party wag given Wednesday, Septem- ber 16th, in toropliment Pris- ctlla Cratg, at the home ot Mrs. James Larsen, whist the chief, amuiement. Mra. Teddy Wiachcombe made the highest score and won first prize; Mrs. MlUman won the booby Fred Bakar and Mr. Turner divided pack ot cards to decide who would .be the winner of Jirst prize, and Fred Baker cnt high. Halton Fish- er captured geni's booby prize. A pleasant evening was enjoyed and a dainty lunch served. Mrs. P. DeWald was suddenly tak- en sick Wednesday, Sept. 22. Dr. W. H. McDonald, of Medicine Hat. hastily called to her home. Jack Frost visited Winnifred Sep- tember 22 and he was a. very unpop- ular visitor, .nipping late cucumbers arid tomatoes. Avrjl Currle is stopping with Mrs. M. J. Collins during the threshing season. 0. J. Vlbhert; was in Winnifred this week. He reported an average Eood crop, south of Winnifred. Mr. D. Champin'e, ot Orion, is in Winnifred. on .business, this week, looking, after his farm, Mrs.; Ed.. Gosselin'spent three days at the home of Mrs. 1'ete Rosenbeck' during .threshing j preparing food lor ihe T Within ten days or two weeks threshing nearly all done around, this' district. Mr. Geo. 'Schieb'Jsold''his farm to -Mr. T. English, ot Tesas, who is here visiting at the home oC bis brother- 1 0. H. Cooper. I Mike O'N'eill is shipping out his threshing outfit week, expecting (Frora Our Own CorresponjeM) CARMANGAY, Sept. Today inipector of high for Al- berta, W, H. Smith, Esq., spent tie oie or the at the high school here, leaving tor Calgary on the even- ing train. Dr. McLean has disposed of hit practice. In town to Dr. Myers of Idaho. TJ.SJA. The physician, we undersUnd, .takes over prac- tice in about a tlme.: Mr. Uoodils Hansghan and Co., Is the district registrar In connection with the compiling of vo'ters1 lists for this 'district.- THANKS FROM -EMPIRE FLUNG OVER WORLD 1 TOHONTO. Sept 2U-A sfriking in-! stance of the far-fiung Hue of com-' iHPtTft nf tho given at the of con'i gress of chambers of. commerce ot; loe British Empire .heie yesterdav! when the thanks of. that body were; being presented to Lord Desborough president of the congress. 'The reso-i thanks was moved by Hugh' Blain. ot Toronto, a'ud .was spoken to i following: ..Sir Thomas Mac-l Kenzie ot New llealand; Sir Alexander! Roberts of Bengal, India; I. Wallbacli.! Sweetens the Stomach ui. iTJifeni, jqgia- j. ot Pretoria, South Africa, T. QUICK RELIEF! IN TABLET FC1H MAOC ar SCOTT MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION to.work towards JIacleod. Mr. Teddy LWincheomne. is away. ing up a new location this expecting to b'uy-'a nbol'hall with a' if- Hryon McDonnell' arid Jim Olsen marie a business trip to Bow Island Saturday, September ISth; ;Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Lawspn were Ihe guest of Mr. and Sirs. H Davis this week. ti.; uy uiree 01 MA. Robert McLucy Is renirfeii the members, Mrs. A. D. Whitney, very. ill. Dr. Davton, of Bow Island H: bellied Wednesday. uuu -lijo. n. CUIlOu ert was a pleasing feature of the af- ternoon. Before parting the companv itood and sang be tho tie that >Jnds." J Mr. and Mrs. Tweedle brought th'eir oldest son 'in yesterday to receive medical treatment from Dr. Dayton The.rlad was riding and the horse stumbled and fell, hurting the rider's oot. .Wo hopo that it 13 not as sor- ous.aa was feared. 'Mrs. Ed. Thompson snd Keith were n Medicine Hat last week. Mrs. E. C.' Ludtke made a short ruturnlng on Satur- 'Mi-B. with wee Marjoria Is a at the home ot her. parents and Mrs. Ilurlburl. Judge: and Mrs. Jackson passed hrqugh here on Saturday en route roin 'Mcdiciiio Hat where tho Ju'dEe vas presiding in court. Of Medicine Hat 'ar- ve-d.on Friday'and charge of the Lansdell school, south ol town .Harford spent the-latter part f.the week in town. Mr. Duffy was a isltor on.Saturday. arid -Mrs. Astrof motored ovor rom Foremost on Saturday, leavinc a the evening train for Edmonton a Medicine Hat. Mr. A. 'H. Kygg, of Burdett, was a Bow Island visitor on Saturdav Mrs. Tlppltt were visiting on Saturday with friends. ;MlS5 fclla Slengeal leaves shortly for aber where she had secured s. sllua- ton. Dulmace was a week-end isltor with friends here tMrs.-T. It. Elaine with Donald and larjono returned last week from Angeles, Calif., where the past tew have been spent. On Monday !r..and .Mrs. Bhlne left for Edmon to spend tlie week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I'oole, of ett were visitors in town Saturday venlng. .Mr. I'oole attended council Mrs. Vundorvort nnd Miss Wallen f spent (ho past fow guests of Mr. ami Jir3. 7 ]n oldsby. llss Olnllic'r, of Suimyraeade, was week end guest-of Mr. and Mrs oberton. Mrg. C. Uoloyn and son left on Sat- for Ollawa where they will pend several months with relatives Mrs. nil. Downing, with little Vin- em, returned on Monday after a leasanl two weeks' visit with Mr owning In Olcichen. is visiting at the honie ot her Mr. A. Doimegan, her home being in Port Arthur, Mrs. McLucy was Miss P.. Gafiey before her' marriage last August." Ixical 50c; butler, 50c. Many Winnifred farmers who have finished threshing have gone to Taber Coaldale with teams to work Mr. H. Smith of the Globe Store engaged Mr. Grant Mitchell, of Cal- gary, as a salesman, beginning his new.work September 20th. Mrs. James Larsen. arid. Miss Pris- cilia. Craig went to Lelhbridge to take fair this week. Miss Craig ex- pects to go (o Calgary for the .winter Mr. Chas. Fairbanks are returning td North Dakota as BOOH is finished. Mrs. Fair- a slster'of Mr. Cleo Fred- rickson. Kenny Hartford cams up from IS C. last week and was the gnost of Geo. Sutton for a conplo of days The Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A. N.iWetherall Thurs- day, September 30th. Everybody cord- ially invited to attend. Mrs. Jas. Lar- sell will assist in serving luncheon. Bert Colthorjie quit, the dray last week. Miss Mabie Burch returned from Lethbrldge this accompanied by.Miss Irene Brooks. She'will visit Winnifred for a couple of'weeks'; Mr.'. Geo. Bryant rented the' M. J. Elliott.farm, cipectlng to move, Oct- ober Mr. jKllfolt his a Splendid well; also a large house. Mr. Darrell Kieher returned to Hut- toil, B: this week. Miss .Lily 'Semberg, .of Edmonton Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott. Miss Semberg mot- nrod up with Tcrcy Detlor. Isabell liurch Is going to. Medicine EAVV RAIN AT PRINCE: ALBERT AMIBnT, Sept A rain which began here 'last night at 9 o'clock will completely slop threshing operations hut will be good for fall plowing v.Mrh was hcW I lor lack nf moist'wri. Breakfast isn't breakfast for me unless we have POST TOASTIES More Tobacco fortheMoney Get That Suit or Overcoat AT SAVE x I, We are .knocking- off Ten Doll are on any Suit or Overcoat in'- our store for Saturday only. This grand opportunity comes at the time for winter clothing. So be here Saturday and avail yourself of this chance of a lifetime to save money. We Are Also Offering Big Reductions In Our Shoe Department for Saturday, As Follows Extra.fine quality Dress Shoe, selling regularly at Sat special Another fine lot of Men's Shoes to clear. Keg. Saturday special Men's Flannelette PYJAMAS! Just the thing for these chilly nights. Keg. ti> Q Saturday special We just received a large ship-' ment of MEN'S' FELT HATS Regular at Saturday.special "YOU'LL LIKE OUR CLOTHES" J. F. THAELL PHONE 1160 ;