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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SAtURipAY. APRIL 3, 1920 THE l�:TFmRTDf512 DAHLY HERALD PAGE !SE\ FUL RECITAL Big Andicnee PreMnt-Dr. Riv criB Gave an Interesting Aildi /ConHnued.fYof* Front PaRc.k BAR0N8, March 81-Mr. G. Ch�w i ..... ______________ _____ !s avcay. oi^ An^eztflndflct Tisit in Port- ngmt, Is working on the Goose land. Oregon'. The rocitii! given In tl^e theatre on | was � visitor with her In Barons last week. The last day for obtaining a tag for the dog has pasaed, acoordtngi to the time limit uec by tho DyriaW ut tne village council. It 1b therefore ex-I>ected that dogs with no ownership tag upon them may Boon be caUoil to the bar. X commercial' telephone agent waa la town last week, visiting every house in town whohc there lu a phone with a view to the proper roctlflca-tlon of the governmontal list for the next new phone book. Mr. C. Thacker, our Delco Wght Lake SAVED FROM LIFELONG MISERY And a Dangarons Oparaliaii, by Taldog "FRUIT-A-TIVES" line of the C. N. R. from Calgary, east to Saskatoon. Ho roporta lots of busi- Thuirsday lust .was a great succesa.' noas. The.pupllpreaected great^redlt upoai m,,b Mary Hagan who has been vie Miss B. S^rote, whose offlclency ��mng with her friends In SUvely. for weJLkijpwn fcere. The Allowing pup- weeks, returned homo on Its took part: Lawrence Jacobson, > ^-ijll BesBlo Wallwln. Merlin Falrfleld, Miss, . , , Bishop. Arthur. Tlbert. Miss Preeber- Mr. Hud son. son-in-law of Mr. and ger. Mar>- Moore, Miss Strote, Bertie Mrs. f- Priest, has returned to his old nitiert. Miss Wilson, Velva FalrHold,, jo" at the blacksmith shop. Miss Wobeck, Wllired Tilbert, Verona j Mr. F. Priest was a business visitor Fairfield, .Mary 'Bumap, Miss Edith in Calgary for a few days last week. Hunt, Oladyis; Wall win. Miss Maiy' Mrs. D, Mqlr and Mrs. B. McClel- Blalne, MlsB Cqrenno Qerber, Orrllle FBlrfleld, Miily Romerll. Miss Blalre arid Miss Strtfte played the last piece together and Miss Strote the National Antliem; A. good crowd gathered to tbir, Amotion, which was greatly appreciated. Mr. Cecil Sherwood was taken to Lethbrldge on Friday last for medical treatment. For some time be has been Buffering from internal troiible, but all are pleased to know he Is doing v;oli. land were visitors In Lethbrldge on Saturday. Mrs. McKay, mother of McKay brothers, was a visitor In Barons over the week-end. Popular Lecturer, Dr. J. H. Rivers, warden of the Lethbrldge jail was the popular lecturer at the Barons church on Monday night. Dr. Rivers took as his subject "The Father and the boy In relation to prison life." He gave a brief T.', .i. t__' to see them leave this district. , Mr. and Mrs. A. FowUe and Jjaby| ; were visitors In Lethbrldge on Monday, where they wont to receive medical treatment for their little one. We regret to report that Mr. A. C. Freeman of the big store is under the weather. We hope he will soon be around again. . In connection with Easter services MRS. M. J. GORSC S928 ITnion St., Vancouver, B.O,' "I suffered with all the symptoraa of Female Trouble, with chronic Constipation and constant Headaches! / luid pains low down in tlie back and tidet of the body. I tried various remedies without relief, and then put myself under a doctor's care and ho advised me to have an operation. 1 refused. Then, I sUrted taking 'Frult-a. lives'; and from the outset, I felt better, and this medicine has completely relieved me of all my misery and suffering. My weight was only 143 pounds and now it \a IGS pounds. / am fret of pain and headaches and tho terrible Const!patioa; and whatsaved me from misery is the splendid fruit medicine, 'Fruit-a-tivea'." MRS. M. J. GORSE. ff>c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. 4t all dealers or scat postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited Ottana, Ont. ot last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLean of Winnl fred", were Bow Island visitors last grip on the Ijlnd. Such Is life In' Sunny Southerift Alberta. Master Lewis Collins met with Black � Green or Mixed Preserved and Sold only in Sealed Air-tight Packeti Saturday. Mr. J. R. Agar who Is vis- painful accident last week, being Itlng his 'daughter iMrs. McLean, motored up wHh them. Mr. auii Mrs. Arthur Mack and son have been guests with Mr. and Mrs. 'McLean, the past few days. Mr. Mack came to Bow Island yesterday, leaving on the evening train for the North Country to look up a location. Mi-s. Mack and son will follow later. ; Mr. G. Clark and daughter of WInnlfred were In town on Saturday. Mr. A. C Fisher, Dlriabury, repre- thrown from his horse and having his arm broken. He was taken to the Bow Island hospital. Tho sympathy of the community Is extended to Mr, and Mrs. McCabe In the death of thftlr infant eon in Medicine Hat. Liquor was much In evidence In Foremost again yesterday. Bom-^To Mr. and Mrs. Kengls, In the Foremost hospital, March 23, a daughter. Miss Sellers is leaving today for Ed- sentlng a couple of Insurance Com-|monton to imdergo an operation for Ipanle'i,' was a business visitor in town on Saturday. Mr. Gordon Myers of Medicine Hat spent the week-end In town. Mr. Pete Thomnson and ftimlJy moved to Taber on Monday. ' Mr. Luke Lynch, WInnlfred. was a buslriess visitor here on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott, WInnlfred, were In town yesterday. Mr. Moore of Medicine Hat Is a business visitor in town today. CHILLY OUTLOOK ly and properly. ; Ov�r half^ million Intelligent Canadians and Americans are now using the Cascade with similar results. and special singing by tho choir for the evening service. Mr. Heath, brother of Mrs. Potter accompanied her and the family to FROM BOW MO 8eventeen;Dollar Hard Coal Next Winter Ib Being Forecasted. TORONTO, April 3.-Seve-teen-dollar hard coal for next winter was predicted today by H. A. Har-rlngtort^' Ontario fuel admln'stra-tor, who added tho oloomy prophesy that never again would the price of coal come down in Ontario. � "The fuel situation is not what one might call serious," Mr. Harrington said, "but all stocks are ab6olutv;!y ilepleted because of the ah ormai winter through which we have just passed. A trike at the m:nes now would make things mighty serious In Ontario next winter." appendicitis froih v/hlch she has been suffering for some time. Mr, Heath goes as far as Lethbrldge with her. Mrs. Metherat Is visiting her daughter In-law, Mrs. Norman Meth-eral, whose brother, Mr. Knight Is also living with her this season. U. �. NOT REPRESENTED I France and Brazil have begun nego-I tiat ons relative to the purchase of It Is. the invention of Charles A.' Trail, B. C, and returned last Thura-Tyrrell, M.D., of New York, a noted ; day. specialist la Internal bathing for 25 3 ears. It will bo shown and explained to you by the Bed .Crqss Dnxg & Book' Freeberger Co.. Ltmitc'9, Who will be glad to give you an interesting booklet by Dr. Tyrrell called "Why Man of Today is Only 50% Efficient." This booklet is free upon request. Ask for It today wliilc you think of it.-Advertisement. Mr. D. Mahr loft for his farm on Monday near the Little Bow. We regret to report that Miss M, has been compelled 't  c> . CI j ! German ships seized during the war Left in a Snowstorm-Sunday, by the Brazilian government. School Held Decision Day LONDON, April 3.-The United States will not be represented In any capacity on the special commission which the council of the league of nations recently decided to send to Russia This announcement \vas made by the league of nations here yesterday. (From Our Own Correspunflfint) tliffough ill health to resign from the teaching staff of tho Consolidated school Whilst here^ she has made the firs^ da? Df^MaVcl^it"waB" stormy many friends She will leave {or her; and a snowstorm started here about BOW ISLAND, March 31.-The I day of March is very stormy here. On homo at Enchant at the JBaster holidays. CANADA'S BEST FLOUR makes the most wonderful bread and pastry YOU ever saw. handled by ALL grocers; ASK FOR OGILVIE'S BOOK. COOK RmiHOUSEHOlD GOOD FOR PM8 ^ AiGOOOF 4.30 p.m. yesterday and with the v5x-ception of a few hours it has been r.nowing and blowing some ever �linee, the thermometer reglBtering 12 degrees above zero. j Last Thursday afternoon the Ladles', Aid of St. Andrews United church met; In the rest room and tied two quilts,! thereby earning money. Mrs. Garrison served a dainty lunch to the MR. C. ROY PRAISES DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS. He States That They Relieved His Son of Bed Wetting and Himself ot Blac^der Trouble.-Ask Your Neighbors About Dodd's KIdn y Pills. THIVIERGB OPinCE, Bonaventure Co., Que., April 2.-(Special)-That , ^ , , , , , , , Dodd's KJdr.'ey Pills have been success- workers being assisted in serving by fully used by both old and young as a Mrs. Ed. Thompson. The next meet- remedy for kidney ills is again shown WILL YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING s If so OFFICES of the nt Service of Canada located at the following points are ready to serve you without chafge. LOCAL OFFICES: CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM-HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE. Fill in and detach Coupon below and place in an envelope addressed Employment Service of Canada together with the address of ths office Nearest your farm. Be sure and state how many men oro required. Your order will receive prompt attention. T shall reauire the following help on my farm: Experienced men ................Wages.-........ Partly experienced ................Wages......... Inexperienced .....................Wages......... Length of time help Is required foi;................ Date when reciulred............................... NAME ........................................... Post Office....................................... Nearest Ry. Station.............................. ' ing of the aid will be held at Maple �Grove Farm the home of Mrs. I. D. James, on Thursday afternoon, April 8th. I On Fi'iday af ernoon last; hold eltect.s, etc., ot Mr. C. W. Hurd I Were .sold by auction. Although the attendance was not very large yet Mr. Garrison, the auctioneer succeeded In getling good prices for articles. Mr. Hurd di.sposed of his house and lots to Mr. Brown, manager of the Citizens Lumber yard in this plat^e. Mr. Brown and family are moving into their new home today. On Saturday night tho U. F. A. held \ their respective mcetlrigs in their rooms and considering that tbp roads In the country were not in good sihane there was a "good attendance at both meetings. Mr. Feme closed lils sa'e of clnlh-Ing on Saturday nlRht. Cnn^l'lering the roads, scarcity of money, etc., It was well patronized. Deci'-'->n Day Sunday wa.s 15eclsion Day as set apart by the Fnrwar;! Move^ient. The Boy Scouts and Prinmry Clas.'? of the United Su"ilny school met in the church on Sunday mornin? wi'h the other classes insiepd of i'l t'leir regular class room.s. There wre Hpven-ty-five in atte"''anco altoeether. Sup-erlntendont Sti'i hud oharpo of tlie services while Mi'^s Sndio Jame-: re-1 sided at the origan, while Pev. V. M. by the statement of Mr. Clement Roy, of this place. "I am glad to be able to state," Mi*. Roy says, "that Dodd's Kiiney Pills relieved my little boy of bed wetting. They also helped my bladier trouble. I cannot say too much in praise of Dodd's K'r'ney Pilla." Dodd's Kidnoy Pills are a kidney remedy pura anil simple. But bladder and urinary troubl'-s comes as a result of weak or diseased k'.dneys. The natural way to treat sueli troubles is to strengthen or help the kidneys. Mr. Roy actsd on this principle when he upod Pol's Kiiney PiUs for his own and his son's troubles. The satisfaction he got is voiced by his statement. If you have not used th?m yourself, ask your iieiTi'birs t Dodd's Kidney Pills fre not tiio remedy for kidney :ils.-AdverlLseuicnt, COVERED WITH THEM , , , ,.....- The lU'lmary cause of pimples i Gilbert and^somo of t^e Boy Rcmitr, f,on, tho blood not being m a good j played on their mandolins. Mr. Still condition. When tho blood becomes reviewod tho les.son of the day. after impure you will find that pimples will which five minute snpechoF, were made btcak out all over the bodv, but more nn "Decision" i^'- --- ^-....j _ ^ . on "Decision" bv tlemen: Mr. E. Still Mr. Gro. MiPpr. Mr. A. F. Werts ard Rev. V. M. Gilbert. Decision cardi woro pas'=e'1 to all present except the junior ctasses anil fortv.ftirpp were signed, :Mr. G. MverK of Medicine Hat wa^ nro'-ent and aridresRed the senior part of the Sunday pchooi aiouK the nietho'l employed hv the different Sunday schools in Medicino i^at to increase the Huii-diij' school attendance. It was dcfid-ed to bring tho matter tin before the Sunday school board to decitie whether It wouid lie adopted in the United Sunday school or not. the fnllowlnt; een- particularly on the forehead, nose and chin, and .although they are not a dangerouti trouble they ara very im-sightly. What ycu need when pimples or bOils break mil is � a real good blood pur.tying iividicme such aa Bur-; dock Blood Bitters. This preparat'on has been on the market for over JO years and is the most reliable remedy for all troubles ; arising from !i bad condition of tho biood. It removes ali thfi impurities fl'om the system, and will leave a i clear, healthy akin. I Mr. Emerson. G.. Goodwin, Cam-I bridge, N.K., writes:-7'For nearly two There wrk a fair tion out on Sundav fiized congreera-1 year.