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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News 3Utbb'vi6ge. Tfoeralfc All The Local News Where You Expect It TUESDAY, S1CPTEMBEH 30, 1'ACilC Sl-.YICN ('erdston Rand "5 Strong Will Expected H( 4.30 p.m. From Front The proccjalou to the hnrnickB will troln Lhe cniracice io Gar- dens 2nd Here Die cara conveyed royal pany (rom llic depot to the 'Hoard or Trade Bulld- ini; will rtivail their arrival afler the fnrcnioniea in Call Gardens are over. Tho Fivers' baud will stationed alone the route from Ilie Uoard of Trade DultdinR to. the cars. Tbo cars T.'lll bo facing liortli And nlll turn uround ODposlle Ihe Hudion's heading tor the H.N.W.M.P. grounds along the route already pub' Itshert. Tha retifrn will be mnde prp.viouKly announced. At the depot tbe clly band will fee stationed and irlll nlay I'God Save thcr King" Immediately Ihe Prince sleps CD to the platform. Peraonnel of Reception Committee The mayor and comuils eloners. Hospital Canon Mur relVWrljbl. nai- S. Gray. iiinisUrlal J. IfodglnE. Rolsrv E. Spcooer. Puullc School R. David- roll. Separitt Board of T. Drymnor. renuefallicr. Longworlh. Trades and Sme'ed. KnlgoU o( Rice. Salvation John ton. Indian Village The Indians will be in full forct. with some twenty-five palmed Here the ceremonies of creating the Prince chid of the tribu. under the name ot Chlet Many Smiles, will lalsc ulacc -with nil the Indian atmosphere surroundiriE the same. Care has been taken to see that a.l] the old Indians with old-lhnc memories are prosenl 1 In addition to the present chief. Shot An Appeal For Clothing Down In llontftna a rystemaUc alc-Trldo campaign is being conduct- ed bj A central organization for relict tor drought sufferers in tho rural tlons or Ihr stale. While thtn Is necessary ID Soutlieni 'Alberta, (here are going to be many cottiers' families who will Eutfcr from waul of fvarm lns unless suppHtrt through aorae agency. The Women's Clric or tlio Board oT Trade carried on tills re- Her worX niosl successfully during the ol IV1V1G and they yrc- pared to jo forlu-j HRLo for already appeals are beginning] Io como in. Followlcs IF a, Icitor from JOP. L. McKnighi, cf Milk River, who" co-operaled vltb Civic Club In 19H: Mayburn Collage. Milk REvcr. Sept. 22, 1919. Us. Cliae. MrKlllop, INSPECTION OF VETERANS BY PRINCE OF WALES All of The U. W. V. A. will assemble AT tho Vet- prans Club ai 5.30 p.m. on the 2ud of October :ind will ihen to the It. N. M. llarracks for tbo Invea- tlturp and Inspection of veLcr- tna whlcb luke place at f> ILUJ. Ttie I.tihbridge Drfmcb of itio U. V. A. lake op- vorTuiilty to hiviic all ci-mcm- hers c( luc C. E. P.. R. K. K, an.I all Alllod U> attend irJlh them in a body at tbia Tills1" IiiviiaUon is also mien deft to Nursing ait- ten, V. A. A, A. etc.. etc., and is Joteudi-d Io cover all war WORLD SERIES WILL START AT HI HI HUE! Function Will Take Mounted Prior lo Inspection Of Veterans LECTURE HERE un-Hoth-Sldes, there be preseut Ihe vtteran chief, now of ripe old age One Spot. This chief succeeded to ths titlr One Spot borne by nil father who nad "lost Hie use or one eye. To make, the son conform lo tho one ot his eyes was lafcen on and since then lie has lost the use o! lite other. The Indians liave taken to tlic arrangements of meel ing Ihe' Prince. In order to ECl-loen Io come. Commissioner- Freeman ant Norman Mcl-eoil journeyed 'to the rr serve. Half Holiday In honor of the visit of the Prince Noted Arctic Explorer Will Spoak at Wesley Church Under Rotary Auspices 'car In Ihc.laLe fr.ll of the yeir Dr. 'crguson nekcd me to write la you vlth rcG'sriJ io asFlalance, by of lothlne, dc., lor some lamilica in istrlct, which camu Lo band llirougli he timely generosity of some or llic Abridge and which, for the most part very grate Cully re' ceiveil. and ruany homes made lo feel more coin for tali IP and happy Ihcrehy. I do not look upon that ac- ion as a precedent lor further charit- able action. I feel il my duly to nsk for sonieihlnB of a similar kind from some source. Ami In view of Ihe fftct that some families arc not in n. position cither lo make or borrow- enough moiipy to provide clothing. etc., for Ihn coming winter. 1 decided to first write lo you regard- ing the mutter, HS l.know you will nol consider it too much trouble to use your Influence through whatever chan nel yon may rteem arlviEab.c in order lo further RSJ'E! in this phllanlurauic L-nlernrise. Any donation Jf itnl In mr address al Milk Illvcr, I will sladly Viy [reigbl or eipresa on. same and thai' deserving parties receive such Mrticlefi as may be fonvanled. Attention of all returned men who are In possession of decorat- ions have not been present- ed with tame are entitled to hive these medals publicly presented to them bx H. R. H. the Prince of Wales en the occasion of his visit here on the- 2nd of October. Investiture wllj take place at 6 p.m. on the R. M. W. ft'.. P. grounds Immediately before the inspection of the Veterans. It la [mooriani (hat parliei mentioned in (he above para- graphs will please hand their med- als fn to J. A. TurcoUe, the secret- ary of the A.R.S.C. and G.W-V. A. at once in order that their may be handed over lo the Officer in Charge of the Investiture. to Fruru the of lice o" lhi> Cana- dian Prcj? received Tueslay afternoon, Ihe running report on the ivorld series bill flamei ff will siari at 1 o'clock. Wlaol- v oYlork, lime. This superceiiPS tue annour-cem'-ni v on the sport pape that ilie re- arrive here Cent Fares Again Change Effective Oct. 1 34 JOSEPH Jj- McKMOTTT. The Cirlc Clulj therefore makes ai appett for clean, vftrm" clothing h good repair for dlfltrihuliou among Iho ncedr. Those who bure such cloth log to spare are asked to telephone Mrs. J. V. Simpson, phone J173, on Thursday, tbe mayor hl3 proclaim-1 Arthur Hayr. 760, arrange ed a half-holiday from 1 o'clock to uc nadr. to call and calhe 12 p.m. contributions. The Cardston Boya1 Band, with la pieces, vrill DC present in Ihe city on Thursday and will take- part in en- livening the proceedings. Elaborate arrangements ave being made V the C.P.It, station for the or- riYfil of Hie Prince. Tbe rails and lamps liavc oeen painted two huge designs of the I'rlnco of Wales' ftathers are ready for placing. Announcement was made tht monthty butincas meeting of the Rotary Club last night that Vllh- Jalmur Stefan scon, the noted C ana d fan-born Arctic explorer, would apeak .in an the evening of November 6th. Wesley church has been secured for the bio event and It IK expected it will be packed to the doors to hear Canada's own explorer lelf of the silent places of the great north. In Calgary, where Stefans- son spoke under the. auspices of the Rotary Club, the Grand thea- tre packed and over 300 peo- ple were, turned iway- Tht Rolarians last night also decided to nsk the clubs of Cal- Medicine Hal and Edmonton to aid in consolidating public opin- ion and securing government aid for irrigation fn the province, A report wac also made that as a result of the midway staged-by the Rotarians at the Coaldalt fair about would be turned over to the Commercial Club of that town. A ten-minute vocational talk on farming by John Bnii concluded the program. Ogilvie for Nine Years Court AssisUml, Rccipicrl of IfnniJsome Gifls and officials of ihe couri (ell !n will ilje at lit re ot the sctce. It TTIF sotiioihing ID the naiuro of I n post-nuptial and a good-bye ten- isiony when Ogilvie. who fnf familrar Frtnes Hie MFEO( ia- llona of nine wns ilie ret-lr.ienl I of Iwo nreienlniiotis, oitu from the tar aLitl orp from the (kf_ the oourt. Tltat fronj llic caiue first, in whicli. ai ihe haiifls of Slu-iif- Voinig. Mrs. Opilvie was ivlih a set o( carvera and :i broad hoard on au ornamented silver sluuU, Tlint from tho liar look ihe form ot a beautiful clock, delivered by Mr. G. W. Parsons, of Shepherd. Dunlop and Hice. ol apjirti- ciaiEon and i-slec-ni were voiced ai jolli pvesc-ntailoiis and rcciprocateil by ihe recipient. y departure o( Mrs. OsiHie re- moves a familiar figure from the courthouse. For ulnr years ahe ivaa assislani to (he cJprk of ihe supreme court nntl registration cterk. In rein- lion lo the bar, the officials, and Ihe genonil public-, her services were al nil times appreciated. The dry tjoneE legal routine in the courlhousc building gave place to Binlles and good wishes fnlcruiin gled ivith icgrels In a ceremony in vhich Mrs. Ogilvie, ntc Jrnn Stcivart, figured as the Sol- Cmji benchers unbent to the occasion, Sunftoweri grown for at ihe Stralrimorc d em on strati un farm of the C.P.R. of natural resowrces yielded J4.6 tons to acre on irrigated land. Ensilage corn on the same farm yielded 13.0 tons. These figures are of the utmost importance .1? they indicate 2 new slock fcod adapted for Southern Alberta, owing to the fact that sunflowers do well under dry farming conditions alco. Ths Stralhmore farrn also yielded at Ihe rate ot 25 b'ushell of sunflower seed to the acre. The sunflower crop P( the Ex- perimental Farm here hai not been cut as yel as the. silo being bulTl to receive il is not com- pleted. I AW RmrJi lltm 2Oth tf f Month. COLUMBrA ORAPHOPIIONB COMPANY Mile RMenfi F.illulfnlr f 0, Colombil- Yttrt Atfl c( Thcil OH SW Cm Whr TMr C.H TW. t.'M. A-MM THE KENNY ALLIN Co., Limited Next to Dallai Phone 1478 The Drug-Book ;