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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SKL'I'KMlll-lIt IUIS DAILY PAGE Member of Van Home Colony is Live News of Live Village iFroro Our Owe UOALUALH, Sept. rorgel Ibe llallj- and llarvesi Moms scrrices oil Sunday it 11 tuJ S p.m. Coma and hear the kiddirs recite and slog. Xo district can jolu la the ol ihCHlhcrinc Kith mow Jllslirlcullun Lhls year llian CoaUale. The school board Is putting up an S it. lalllco between ilit: par- tocBEo and (lie old school. The cbalr- nmn of tho school board aaitl It "lo act iu) a windbreak." We dua'l know whether ho hid reforeuco lo "hot air1' Iho parsonage or noL Mr. J. Wells and Jlr. B. Walker are etuh putting uu new houses. bare an idea that they do nut regret com- ing la Coildalo. A moat UDfortunato accident occur- red III Iho Soldiers' Colony lilt weet ilr. Alci. noherlson, a returned vet craii, was travelling with a team be livcen Ills farm and Coaldale, wnen his team .was attacked by a vicious malllon. Tuc result was thai one or his horses was nearly killed and Mr Iloberlsou very badly mauled by the vicious brute. Our only Lopo la thai the person responslblo lor allowing such an anlma! to run looso will be Eiveu Iho eitrcmc penalty that tho law cjn impose. The stork has bpcn busy a Coaldale. M.-. SuKgilt h bolng con Eratulated on the arrival of a son I'lcut. Ballands Is prouil of hla daughter Mrs. Uatson, sister of Mrs T. II. Dunham, presented her Juisbam uitb another olive branch tho othoi hoy. -After all. babies nro of moro Ina lionance than alfalfa crops. Today the school fair and a stern of rain anil sleet. Tlio peojjjc are I'lurkily turning un however, aud tile exhibit Is all that could he desired. At the recent Coaldale fair we look Iho trouble lo nu-naiirc the huge prize Sunflower plant eibibitcd by Mr. McDowell. 11 measured 11 feet. inch- In vleiv of the dcreiopment toward usinr; the Hunllowcr as ensilage a fruivlh Is very significant. Mrs. I1. S. Pawsou entertained a number of the local young ladies last week- In-Junior of her slater. Miss Me- Tho Coaldale Times in costing the report of the Coaldats Fair Got the breeds 'nliieil up a bit II Is iiiienjEtln; to tlinl Ayrshire faille-are specially bred lo show heavy fleece of fine .wool, Lieut. War- Ton Is lio doubt considerably cnllgh'l- ened by this j Wo ,believej tho Cpaldnle.'Times Is on the ivrohg track in advocatlnk-a Jlup.rd of Trade. The Commercial-Club Is- doing all Uial-a Dozrrt ol Trade could '.do. If is a'.ralatakV" clo.., oTer- PROF. IVA E. MARTIN of the Royal Military College, Kings- ton, Onl., who will he ono or the ecjcrs of dlRcusalon al the N'allonal Conference uu Kducallon which Is lo be htld In Winnipeg, October, 20-22nd LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S. 'MORE THING3 ARE WROUGHT BY A Clticlanall ilrspalcli aays tbat Itcv. 're'Jcrlck N. McMiicn, paEtoTof Woltyn Hilla PrcsLylerian church, aakcd all loyal fans to pu'u ID prayer for I you tan'l make a believe U, 1 Tllftt'ctees of uin-tuls wlio nro fur- "cbuslnf? at least gel Jjiy (iotild tliLt ho would not take fur bis war experience. know who would sell Ibcir'a fur half lliai much. Jus I Lecau.-e your vs'.tu call? you pfl names around millinery oponiai; la not. positive proof lliai sbo still relaiDa her pro-mar.tal adoration tor you. You may bo dear alright, bat BO may the bat. c VISCOUNT OF THAME DIES SUDDENLY v LONDON', Sept. lirBt viscount o[ Tbame auJ UrLllEli dor to Frame tiom 190i lo 1915, dlel here today. A THE PASSING YEARS Suppose the pool. he shouM Tor Reds, To Ihut cud hejluru lo earth visit a seaside resort has ivriKcn a prayer In which ho asks I or a dress b.'iU or a .mis'cal comedy tho Lord to grant "speed, control andjsliunv would recall Ihe line o[ his lia deceplive curves lo Ihe pitchers- fre-1 mortal verse, making il read thuslv: qcem and timely littE la Ihe halters; The old oriler chingeih yielding blessings lo I'at >foran, manager; acrl place lo-uude. liealih nod safety from accldcul Grading la now iiroceedlnt; on the eiU'iislon ol the Acme branch ol Ihe C. P. It. toward Drumheller. It Is c-xppclcd lhat the grading will La fomyletcfi to Drmnheller ihift fa'l, lo til Hie players." FOR BACHELORS ONLY QUICK ACTION NECESSARY 'II the profiteers don'l get our goal jon this Bide of tbo waTcr will EOOH wo eat Tran- arrive In America, accord'ng to Bcripl. and it Ihis is Etccl will bo completed. one, it la likelr that id and the extension t out your knife, Watson. MR. PRESTON WOULD DEBATE MR. EDWARDS OTTAWA, Sept. T. R. Prcfl ton, irbo vai chieT Liberal scrutineer at Ihe lait genen) election, la a letter git en out today. Issues a challenge to Dr. J. TV. Kflwards, incm- Licr for Kranleaac, to a. public debate. Mr. Preston objects to crlllclBms ot lilmself by Dr. Kdwprda in the com- mon: on'Thureday nlgbl In Ihe debate ou the motion tor Iho jppoJntmeul ot parliaraenlary committee to Inquire Into Ihe taking ot the overseas vole. No tmcD has boon found of Doc Graves who nbiluclcd Sarali Coffin, says an cicliango. Belter callHthc blood houoils and opeo Ihfl cemetery pnlc, Tho JUST THINK Prince Is planning to attend New York despatch. THE DEACON SAYS That If tlio jireatlicrs vci.t on strike both. Capital CJiiJ would soon be lied up Jn a closed shop with thei Devil doing picket duty. J Kirkby's Serve the best that money can buy. Mystery surrounds the. death of a inun supposed to Thomas II. lYirks of Mono, wiiusi bndly decora- posed hody wns found a mile and ft half soulh ol Mooae Jaw. The body ivas found under a snow fence, e liaJ apparently crawled, as the ody was In a nalumt position "J; Is the Tillage is incorporation under the Village Act. This will RI'TC Ihe snry authority to enforce sanitary ami police measures." halo to say anything about the main sheet o[ Coaldr.lo. Yet il could hardly be called a graded road, il ccr tninly isn't, n. paved sL-cct, sr.i ws iloii'L like to call It a It Ig a goo.rl Jc-lj Hiat the is near for the road al present is hard on i. automobile asles. Xo notion tfo lar as "n'O know has been iokcn lo (orni n rural munlclpa] bclJcvc CoalOale people are loo cnlighlencil lo IJD rriEhtcncd away from a good movement hy the cry of "taxes." So far as we kmm Ihe people ot this district read) to pay for service received, and wha grcaicr service lhati thnt Given by good roads could be Imagined. L Ihe ladles Aid met on last, and dCciflcd lo hold Ihclr snnua supper on Nov. Till. Last year Iho 'Ilii put (he ban on this effort. It is hopec however, tliat no 'hindrance will ap [icar thl? year. IL is worth Going with out o good many mcnls In be prescti nl one provided by Iba Conldala Lad Ics. We hope thai tho date -will b nolcd so that the day will be kep free-'for tho ladies' worthy cHorl.: Some people may a3k "Wnal ilon the Ladtea Aid do .-A-iih the money? For .Information we- reply lhal. th -Ladifca Aid worked the lied Cros and aided tho Civic Club 1 AViir c.rrorl. Is anyone In 1h6 cotnmi] lly sitk? Tho Ladies Aid sands flow ers Lo (lie stck room. Coses of nee ore altcndcd lo aa soon ag Ihey ar reported. In-short, tho LatTIes Aid I JJjc OlunilKg-JlDUfO tor Ihc HUlO Xlnt nesses of-lho comniunlty. Dul In aildftlon Ihe Indies hav chargo of .Ihc fnrnllure oi1 (he pa sonago nnd tholr concern [o ae lhal the minister's house la on a pa In comfort wllh many Coalda homes ihnl nrc Ihc last word In rur arrhlfccturc and furnish Inc. In short. Co a I da In pays ol nil, lo the Ihrco vlllars home, ihe church, R the school, if you don'l bcllera como nnd see. nearly forgot Jo saj Uinl th Ladles' Aid Supper is to be a "Chic rn Siipfitr." All prcnchers especial nollcc. The minister has been BO ly wllh tho hammer nnd saw, fllllr up lablcs, etc.. for ihe school Hint he Tiaa fthniit decliJcd lo go In the coitlracUog Iiijalnesn. The rain and sled wns hn this morning but the kiddles dldc caro. They, waro'warm nnd dry the covered vnns and Icl (he drlv worry, would opposu Cunxolldi athools? a. ball In And tbe hearts of our beautiful girls are Iluttcrlng. our business nnd lights aro graiiiillnff with the fos irol. And [Icar, you should see looks just dandy In his new veiling suit, "Most of the veterans are ngrceJ lhal bo Impresslvo Iblng in France was "cooties." OUR WEED-END POME Tfce fitucl slrllse is on in lhc V. S. A. And In Uritain there threatens a storm; And in Gotham the printers walkcd-out Refusing lo lock up a form. School long'-suffrine Are crying aloud for more i ough the deceased had laid down to The ba'chnrs, the linkers, and caiidlo- cep. The fad iliat over ?50 was I stick makers uncl In tlic a watch and nr-nibcrof va'.Lia'jlG jinlnts the deceased either having bis own hand- Among c papers was the address ol a rotlier, H. Parks, aj Ericksrtale, an. 11 is cslhnaied .that tlie ust have been where it uaa found r at least tiro irionlhg. The provln- al police conaUule at slaloO '.he Moose Jaw police that an auto- obtfe had .been left nt IT garage In E district by a man by Ihe name of. horaas H. Parks, and that he had evtr returned to claim It. Plans are noir. under lo Instal n L'lectrlc lisht serrlce at Kerrobcrt he light will cost 20 cents per kllwoat Aro rearin' TO enter llic fray. Ah, ihi.i Is a perilous age, And we need eonio caliii. sane heads, Wio can point out the way lo lhc brighter day, And tie tbe can to lhc Jteds. UP IT TAKES CASH TO BUILD THE KINGDOM John D. ftoekcfcllcr recently con- tributed missions. Now picket! don't Le 'foolish, not to say un- jual. by eaytiiE Ibnt ho it lo get bis name In the papers. WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHY Small Lovs niriv be lenient along some lines hut when il comes to face our .unlll such time that Ihe town' irnslihie they Invariably Insist on the caches ot a population, after dry-denning method, hat a sliding conies Into eUecL Honesty may be the best policy hut A cool, clean shave for Vs of a cent! A cool, clean, satiny shaye for of, a of it I- At least 500 shaves are obtained from 12 -Aul.oStrop blades, and you often get more than that. 'A turn or two on the strop your Hoior is ready. After shiving you prcM Q little lever, put the blndc under Ihe tap, wipe it cff, and it is ready for lhc next shavt. .There is no need to take the raror la pieces and assemble it again; simply leave the blade vAcic il is from to finish. This means time Bavcd in the morning rush and a razor bledc that's good for aboutBijr. clean, cool ihavis. Tlierc's nothing to learn cSout the AutoSlfop Raior. A man lottj os naturally to It M n d'jclc la walrr, and he gcti head-barber results from tile start. The AutoStrop Razor is sold with'a mcney-baclc guacahtcc. Every- strop and 12 plete, in >n ittrarlive case, AurrMTRrjp RAZOR co., Limiui AuleSlrop SaieUj Razor NEW We are showing the largest and finest assortment of floor coverings ever stocked. The shipment is just in and comprises all the attractive new fall patterns. When you see the goods ybu will say these prices very reasonable. Floor Oilcloth, per lineal yard Printed Linoleum, per lineal yard J2.75 IfclaidrLinoleum and ALL TWO YARDS Linoleum in and yard widths. Congoleum Rugs 9x112, While They Lart C.% OLANDER DEALER IN GENERAL HARDWARE, STOVES, ENAMELWARE, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS. PHONE 1223 524 13lh STREET N. VICTORY LOAN INTEREST NOVEMBER .OTTAWA. Kepi. !C la give hy lhi (inanco Jcparlnitnl lhal nn dccnunt of Ihe inlercal (jaymcnl rtiin Novclnbcf I, ihd (rahsfcr liooks-of (ho Victory Ixian will bo closed frnin Oeloljcr 1 lo Oclobcr 31; Tlonrta wlilch ore rccolvcil for transfer ttlti October will not lie Irahstcrrod mill Rder NIC opening of .Iho. books. .VaiialraO Is' Bccklnj lo enlarge GOOD EATS We always have an especially, wide assorlmenl o( calces and pastries for ihe week end. Von wlll'finrt Itiem cxceiulonally goorl nntl real homc-inncJo baVltig. Just like 6ilr home-made lirrail. '.reim .Pirlor is sllll servlne delicious refreshincrtls. North Lethbridge Bakery 4M'l3l'h'.STREET N. BAKEHY PHONE 1107 LEO M. COOMBS PIIESBXT3 THEODOR POSSUM IN' TUB FOLLOWIN'O rr RECITAL PROGRAM MRS. J. R. KENNEDY, Soprano Songs MISS LUCILLE HARVEY Musical Reading AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE Sunday, Sept. 28th AT MNK O'CLOCK raschWssclnvflHk am Wlcn, np. ZG Schuninnn Allegro Romanze Rchcrzlno Inlermezzo KlnalB Musical Sulllsh Olaol" JIISS -LUCILLE) IIAUVBY JllSK-MAJlOAtlKT SJIITII nl lhc 1'lano Volsn- Noelurne inipfomplji........... Chopin J'rcliidb V Ualln'lo lie Jocslyn" GodilaTil selection ...............Oounoa JIHS. J. H. KENNEDY C. BKHKSKOR1) In Violin Obligate Wedding-da? Urleg WU6hes' .....JlacDowoll Fllcuse natf lOluile Mcioillqiir! Halt I'olacca nd 1 ink W Gtmtj Lake, M TUESDAY, SEPT. 30TH The following: 1 mare, with colt at foot, frtxlt atxmt 1500. age tl yours; 1 raare, weight 1300, afeVyean; 1 bay jeldfnj, weight 1600, 5 rears; I bar geHIng, irtliht age 3 1 bar it Win. wHjht ace J 1 gnr getdlrtg, weight 1505, 3ft 3 1 Day geldloff, Trelfbt HW, age 7 1 dark hay mare, weight 12M, I yean; 1 dark bay Bare, weight 1100, age 2 1 lea'llng coll, wolght 900; 1 red cow, >1ne to calf In December, age t 1 red cow, In (nil milk; 1 hlack age 6; 1 roan-eow. Me 8 years; 1 dark red cow, axe 4; 2 black and while 4; i lltVl red cow, age t', i light, red cow, age 3. 2 helfera. age 2'and 3 years; 3 yearling hclfera; 1 ycarline slccr; 1 2-year old belief; 7 spring 1 McComltlc binder, nearly new; 1 Mecormjck 1 CreM Hlack gnng plow; I Boss harrow; 1 John Deere 14-Inch sulky with breaker liollom." 1 waler tank; 2 wagons; i buggy; i Ml work- harnca.l. 1 !P! buggy hame.19; 1 rrcim new; I Kootenay range; 1 Koral Quebec Wlet; 1 1 camp r.lovo; 1 kllclien beitrobin llble; kllchen chain. MANV OTH.ER TOO NUMCROUt TO'MEIJTiON.' FREE LUNCH AT NOON SALE AT -ico O'CLOCK iiuirter casb. Halinie llrao will be'cfreii nill pet.-) Isl. 1920, on npprorcd nOUs 10 per cent. Isterefll and per discount on lime flmounU. W. A. PORTEOUS, AiKtiMOT C. S. LATT, Cfai ;