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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGRSITt THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, Main Lateral Ditches Built Lumber Company Purchases! Twenty-Four Lofs in the Vauxhall Townsife Taber Wonders if Evil Doers; Made a Splendid Record at the Planned Trouble lo Farm- er's Threshing Oper- ations Raymond School Fair Last "Week aproa (plain second prize in for map of Canada, c-aliopols, sponge button hole grade onions, stitch, pla'stieime: third, prize grade S ail, cucumbers, tomatoes, vegetable marrows; fifth prize, squash. In ail departments arllc-les were not entered but wherever entries were made Ihe school is more tliaa satisfied with re- sults. For the tirst time in the history of Magratli school there Is a teacher fnr each grade. More careful supervision can he- obtained and more consistent can be done by the teacher and I i front Our Own Corivsiiondent) TAUER. Sept. have (From Our Own Corresponijeul) VAUXHALL. Sept. Threshing Is progreisius raiidly here, every- body seems very satisfied witb the re- sults. The farmers are soaking up their land preparatory to fall ploughing: a ?ood raiu would be very acceptable but if It doesn't coine, the irrigation water will do the business, so nobody Is worrying. The Canada Land Irrigatloh Com- pany havo been very busy this season J the Canadian Bank of Commerce" "who wllb and are still goiuj j has been appointed a member of the 'ho event has aroused mui-h Interest, fUwcn railes u Main Lateral L.olaluiUoo cfexcc.Jllvo managers of both of the contract- _ _ _ _. Sept. ''T.-M line for a school fair uest year. In fore. A llttlo cooperation between Iwlls j cause ilia agneuliural school is located j fUs. and teacher have its beue- man hag said: rao child be- fore lie Is 10 years and 1 cr.u CO lufiuenco ami detsrniine hts future." The training of a sSoaid com- mence before they know Ihey aro alive. Dvctor Sbarp also explained the. jadgtyg of balnes at the baby show which was held some. 2 months ago. He explained the different points, showing good and bad effects. He also gave some very important facts nhout babies and the caro of sauic. Child- bood has 2 stages. 1 to S years, a child ami S to 18, youth. Qtrls develop from youth to womanhood much sooner than boys from youth to manhood. Mr. J. A. Mercer was the iieit speak- er; he.Fpoke on tho referendum. Mr. Mercer explained tho liquor act and this law regarding inter-Provincial traffic, lu every say tb.6 wome'u of AlBefta were given? the privlleSa of casting their vota in this affair. He explained, tho ballot and alvo'who can vote. 'After a Jot of wording this act will be voted on, oil October 35th and every person should vole yes, and Eton the iuter-Proviucial traffic of liquor. Premier Slwwait ha', said if this ref- erendum cari-les with a big majority he will clean up the province. Mrs. J. II. Tumor demonstrated Parker uot'Ee rolls and Mrs. U Hall demonstrated crab apple jeliy. Every- one enjoyed the demonstration and ideas were exchanged regarding jelly making. The meeting adjourned uu- IU the last Mday in. October. VERE C. BROWN w.i. -1 ucuvui lyi UUBIO ID ue- Formerly western superintendent of supported by Mr. Jos. Tufteland, cause each pupil will bi> able lo com-' brother of the bride. say, 1 poto wilhout so much trouble. Magrath ditch have been completed and con- siderably more than that will be dus before freeze-up. The survey parlies u icij Imfec IKji'tlOU Ot the district aud classificatioa is near- ing completion. A large acreage of land tins beeii sold palely, and the blase is set for tremendous activity and development in the spring. In addition to the acres of -land that the Otis Staples Lumber Company have under cultivation In this district, om which they have erected buildings to the value of over have recently pur- chased 24 business lots ta Ihe.Vairc- liall Townsite, H is very gratifying to nole the confidence that this concern' is showing in tho district. 0. H. .MaeKenzie, school inspector, was with us for a few days this week, and has organized a school district north of town, and, in view of the rapidity of settlement here, has made arrangements for another district to fce organized as soon as there are siif ticleat settlers to "warrant it. the -National City Bank of JCcw York. btK Oh btU STRIKE AT VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, Sept. less negotiations now under way between local shipbuilding and metal trade interests on the one hand, and the labor unions on other, terminate successfully be- fore Saturday next, there Is a pos- sibility of a strike Involving ap- proximately men being de- clared here next Monday. The men are asking an Increase In wsgeu of 15 per cent. The de- mands being made by the unions call for 3L rite of one dollar an rTou r. Is centrally located foi- sui'b a fair. There are 12 country schools in the vicinity and each of i theso will be given an easier clanco ins parlies are favorably known. I The Truth About It during Monday's big wind of tho j tho fuir held in any other idace threslliuK outfit of Krank Ktlwood. op-! erating south of Fiucastle at Ihe time.' (and which have beeu considerably i added to. have aroused both amuse- i Magrath combined with Raymond this year and according to Ihe en- tries timdc, Magrallt made a wcmler- Smith, of Wa< ped his engiui Three Million New Customers Canada men with bralru who. wilLmake these preferential trade agreements. But to make good these trade agreements we muft have Canadian Ships, The Navy League of Canadi OF will sell DANCE WILL BE HELD IN J. WIEGAND'S BARN At Commerce on Wednesday, Sept; 29 Admission DUNNING'S THREE-PIECE ORCHESTRA PROCEEDS TO BE GIVEN TO THE NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA EVERYBODY WELCOME-COME AND HAVF. A GOOD TIME For Canada's Grain Secured by- the West India Trade Agreement and Canadian Ships. By willingness and ability to pro- vide ships, Canada this year has -drawn the West Indies closer to herself and to the Empire. She can make preferential trade agree- ments with other 'peoples under the British arousing international complications, AUCTION SALE CATTLE AND HORSES uniler instructions from FRED SCHROP, v public auclion at the PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16TH meut aud indignation among the. mem- i bcrs of the crew, and Uio owner has i asked the correspondent, who was present on the occasion to make a 1 statement of the true (nets of Ihe case. jTiio facts arc as follows: The Jastj loads were being put through at the j farm of Waller Linda, separalor man j the outsit, when ha noticed the paper cover to a matchbox drop front i the blower, and fire appeared at once on the stack. The engineer, Ben j ia, Immediately stop- igiue. aud a .suikepltcier t pulled the blazing mass from tie Betting The stack help of htch was run up close, and water from a near- by well, the granary was saved after a hard fight. The stack was .the sole loss, Ihe spike pitcher, however, hav- ing his face burned from the great jlieat, but resuming his duties next day, [the. outfit continuing on its way, though rumor had: the engineer in the hospital, and other members, of the! crew laid up. Tho mill is now thresh- j ing the. crop ot T. Berryhill, six miles I j south ot Taber. After the fire a hand- ful of match heads were found in the grain spout and as none of the mem- iers of tie crew were carrying match- boies, tie answer is that some outsid- er witli 'a grudge had placed one in a nearby fitook overnight, for a purpose-. Mrs. Heard Following the meeting addressed by Mrs. McKinney on September Sth, on the subject of the referendum, anoth- er iraa addressed by Mrs. Nellie Mc- "llung, the famous western authoress, and Taber. citizens turned put en masse to listen to'her able handling of the cxuestion of the hour at a" big meeting in Knox church era SVcd- nesday, September 15th. The gifted authoress, of "The Second Chance" and other western novels, was in the of form and handled tie liquor raffic and unlawful activities associat- ed Tfith il, in a manner quite in keep- ing with her reputation ns a fearless platform speaker, and an enemy of I every Influence that endangers the i happiness of the home. Mrs. McClung's address was or the conversational i order, and appealed to the common- sense of her audience rather than the imagination. The usual prohibition ar- guments wero put forward, bui in a rather new fashion, the effect on crim- inal activities, and the new world be- ing built up in our day, being the main theme. For the bottleggc'r she would provide a fine of or six months, and give-the fine to tiiq police, who would thus be given'a greater interest in enforcing the liquor law. Mayor Vicksry occupied the ch'ir, and spoke strongly on the subject ,if tho Importance o! the prohibition movement. A choir o[ about thirty members assisted with tbe music, spe- cial music was. rendered by Miss Roach, nnd Mrs., A. C. Bryan acted as accomp'anist Tor the occas- ion. A tax sale of town lols will be held at tho townhal) on' Xo'veiubor 6th, at one o'clock, Taber being one of sev- eral towns and cities in the province where such sales are 10 take place, this year. W. A. Porteous Is again on an auc- tion sale tour and .will be absent until the first of October, Several survey gangs are busy run- ning lines In tho district south and southeast of town. A new auto repalrshop is to be op- ened by A. B. Stellcr on October 1st on Main at., next to the- liogers Motor Co. W. G. Plerson, formerly acting agent at Raymond nnd at one time Cashier at Ihe freight sheds, is now on duty ns night operator at tiie depot. ful record. Mat-rath school won as follows: First prize In wriling in grade 3 aud 3; first prize In art in grade 1. 2 aud 7: first prize in grade 7 for beans, Women's Institute regular meeting of the Women's Institute was held on Friday afic-r- uoon in the town ball, about CO iaJies were present and all report a most I atternoon. After-thd open-! ing esercises and business, a most in-; struciive a'ue! interesting talk was given by Doctor Sharp.- Ho- spoke along the lines of Heredity and Enj-ir-! oument. He said the proper order of environment was "as important as what we inherit. What we Inherit is beyond our power, our envlronmeut-is our power to govern, therefore it Is quite necessary tbat we keep It Is Not Enough to have the bowels move.'' It is more important to persuade fiver; kidneys, skin, and bowels to act in harmony and against setf-poboo- -ing. BEECHAM'SPILLS actfavorablyupon all organs concerned in food-digestion sad tier remove as well as relieve symptoms. sood company, elc. Salt at 1 p.m. Terms: Cattle, Cash; Horses, Time for "one" Year! E.- B. TAINTER, clerk. w. A, PORTEOUS, Auclloneer MUST GET LICENSE TO EXPORT COAL FROM ATLANTIC PORTS OTTAWA. Sept. rocom-j mcndaUon by Iho board or railway, commissioners an nnler-In-councll lias I been passed awemlmg the order! adopted some weeks ago forbidding Ihe export of coM from Atlantic porta cxceptlnc to the United Slates and Newfoundland. The amending order- In-councl! provides that In the case ot each shipment by water lo (lie United j Stairs, nn export permit must firfil he secured from the railway board. H fs explained that the purpose o'f the railway board In providing for [ho Issuance of pcrmtls to exporters Is not lo restrict exports across Ihe bor- der but to make consignees saltsfy Ihe board lhat tho coal In for United Sl.itcs cop sumption. The Issuance of permits will also make it easier to keep track of export movements ol coal, In regard lo Newfoundland an ar- rangement also has been made which prevents Canadian' sent lo New- foundland being shipped out of that colony. One educated BEECHAM'S PILLS Worth a Guinea a box. MACDONALDS CUT BRIER ''Brier" Smoking Tobacco has become a Canadian institution. More men smoke "Brier" than any other tobacco in Canada. it leads in leads in value. Now in new Macdonald's Cut same tobacco under the Macdonald standards established in 1358. Still leading in value. Macdonald's Cut "Brier" gives more tobacco for'the money in the 1-12 package for per'pound. nnu W.C. MACDONALD.BEG'D MONTREAL ;