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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LCrniBUinGE DAILY HKKAUJ. WEDNESDAY, APRIL HON. G. P. SMh'H TELLS TEACHEKS THEIR DUTY !S TO MAKE PUPILS THINK! CALGARY. April 1209 teachers, from all parts of !ho prov-j ince were present Tuesday inoniius; ai the opening of tbo tenth annual "fingers" jus! tros'l.idd up the ssmo way twice. Mrs, Mrs. XIlllj and (jack Koenea. looi'aislelgh Sunday. Their. Destination was A. Thorburns of sin'ulal. Geo. lugram has returned front K. C. Mo., where he his been taking mech- antcal coufae. He'rods out from Ixstb.- saclailon ia the Central Methodist Church. Addresses of welcome were Entirc'School Stun Attend j man ot the Calgary school board. j Hon. G. P. Smith, 'provincial rain-) kter of education, naid: nth annual t'cu inmva, tm Tcu.ion ol the Alterta Educational As-! School Teadtev Resigns Her bridge with' Mrs I M. Hanson her Holidays Visitors Calgary Welcome Home daughter Mtll9vas far at Turtu Mrs. Win. Mellow visited her daugh- ter. Sirs. J. Van BrocWIu lost Monday. Visitors to telhbrldge for tbe week- end were- Mrd. 1. M. Hanson, Mrs. C. Mills, Lorena Ksbenchade, Godfrey met at tho home- of Mrs. John Buun' Oseen. Herman WllUams. B. ljurnham, Our Orn April Ladles' Aid "The great thing to remember after lss' Wednesday. The occasion Jno. Dunn and i'aul Hillman. i all is that your work is not one of ed her daughter, Mrs. Cole, and her! Miss Kathcrlno McCartin i.. >i.ii I 'cramming' iuto lltttft heads know- many friends a chance for an cM time sigueu her position as teacher of tho jlAbJutlli, April _..T (From Our Own Correspondent) iRATIi, April very su aud.v.'ell attended dance via homecoming from the northern parts of tuo province, where she spent the vviuier with her husband, who Is still there in cbargo of un eJevator. It is to bo hoped that his services will be required in Sunny Southern Alberta agatn this year. Mrs. Smith Ackroyd also returned (ledge and factS. and the passing of vi3il- Two new members were Gold HIdge school and will resume her examinations, but the work of educa- ed and a quilt was partially coiuplet- former work at Macleod. tIon Is cultural, the power ol the de- ed. Tho refreshments were not for-' John Jensen departed Wednesday velopment of the mind, the develop- gotten and were quite up to Mrs. for he will farm his meat of the ability to think, bringing Dunn's UEUa! culinary efforts. i brother's place this summer, in Its train character bulging, clllzen-. Gco. and Jno. KOenen bravo-J the! Mit-s Hognhlld Jorgcnson and Arthur ship and the practising of Christlanliy slow storm and hauled two loads of Arrowsmlth are out from Ixsthbridjo as a religion." straw from Coaldale Thursday. for the Easter holidays. The I'. F. A. member says co-opera- Bert Thorbura is visiting at'Turln; Churches and schools were reopen- tive buying 13 ,0. K.. If there was no One of John Koener's best, work Bishop's Mills, Ont.. having bitoKkeeping, of Insa iot bail little enough consideration been closed on account of tho Influ- sleep is shown on ihe cojnlenauces for Ms owner to fall and break MRS. LUCILLE HIXSON, of only weighed 79 vs'tin bhe iwking Tanlac. She already gained 36 pound., and thli wonderful medicine has been the g.V'Uit of her life. Additional Classified Ads. (Continued from Page Three) from tho north and expressed her Isfactton at being back home again. Mrs. JUtta Giblt was surprised by a number of lady friends on-ber birth- day, Saturday last, Tho party Trent out to tho farm in a sleigh, thus estab- lishing an Easter record for tho usual outing, Sunday was observed by fitting erciscs 10 commemorate Easter and though the elements suggested Christ- mas time, still the Easter spirit was preseiit at nil services. Especially interesting, was the joint young mca's i aikd young meeting helu in tho' evening. An Easter story was -told by Ada Oibb. A beautiful solo, "Suf- fer Little Children to Come Unto Me" was rendered by Miss Mluu Glbli. Xraofc Steele of Raymond gave a-very interesting disrourso on tbe EiEniilc- nnce of Eai-ler. A suxoplume solo was given by A. J. Mercer, The choir uu- iler the dlrectlou.ol J. 0. Bridge sansl "The Palms." 1 The heavy (all enow though indi- cating a good year for crops Is caus- ing much concern to all livestock own- ers as the feed question is serious. The eiUtro staff of the public and high schools are In attendance at the provincial convention in Calgary and the pupils are happy because of the week's holiday. Easter festivities were ended by many parties In different parts of town and a dance given in the As- sembly Hall. During the coming week many of our men are leaving for IS. C. to en- gage In const ruction" work. Andrew Peterson Is carrying a fath- erly smile at present because of the arrival of a son and heir. All well. enza epidemic. ol those most interested. Those pesky neck last Monday. "I PICTURE BU1TE PEOPLE Takes Place of Autos Wifh Recurrence of AViWry (Frojn Our Own Correspondent) KCTUriE BUTTE, April llstcnnig on this telephone -wires of Picture Dutte district these days, might be rewarded by hearing cordial wishes extended from place to place for "A 'Merry Christmas and Xeiv Year." Truly It seems as though we were plunged once more into tho midst of December, with its season's greetings, snows and blizzards. The many friends ot Mr.- -Wllllnnr will be pleased to learn of hla removal back to Picture BmHe, of: ter having.been a patient in the.Gait hospital for the past five weeks. A most enjoyable evening was Epent by. many of the Picture Butte resi- dents at tho horao ot UK "Wesley Koepkc, last Thursday night.'' Great credit was due to the host'wh'o'coil- ducted himself se succeed in causing his guests to; for- get the lack of a hostess, Tho even-j ing was spent In dancing, and cards, i nfter which refreshments were serv-! ed. j Bessie Nolan. Chester' SJorace Jones, Helen McDonald, all et- temllng High School'in I.ethbrldge. have relumed to their homes to spend the Kaslcr holidays. Sleighing has .ig.iin taken the place: tit ;uitos in Ihn Picture Bulls add Iron! Springs District, as there Is enough! snow down once more to make the roads impasstbjc for cars. Ccrlaln farmers of Picture Butte! bail started working on'I he land, bull imam old "King Winter" has called it] off. Owing to the high winds'of the last I Tveeli, the sunnnor-fallow6d land j around the Picture finite and Iron .Springs districts hae blown to extent as to causo the farmers great' worry. If these winds conlfnuc unlil tho seed Is sown grave damage will be done to the crops. The- Battersea school has dosed for: the-Easter holidays', .the teacher hav-l ing gono to her homo in for, a few dayc, after whtrh she will the teacher's convention at Calgary. Mr.. Frank Mclfabl) who been spending (he winter hr LethhrMge, his returned to take up his residence at Picluro Bullc. CLASH AT BELFORT PARTS, April nnj police, at Belfort have clashed, nne person being hilled and several I wounded. Ten men havrj been arrcst- them being M. flussieres, Keconil deputy mayor of the city, and Si. Wolff, eoimaollor and secretory ot the melallurghts', union, sccortHr.g to a iilspaicli 1i i'iiA ?.latiii. FAMOUS SCULPTOR" DEAD VARIS, April Honoro Mariiuesto, tho famous sculptor, is dead. Ho was born ia FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEM WHO STAY YOUNG M A OE IN CANADA patterns are a feature .of..'.Society Brand Clothes. But the style; fit aiid finish in converting these fabrics have elevated Society Brand to its dom- inant position. WITH THE VARIED ORADF.S OF CLOTHING f LOODINQ THE MARKET, LOOK. FOP, THE I.ABEL AS YOUR GUIDE BRAND CLOTHES, Mor.trcil ALFRED DCCKZX k COHX, to New York Chicago Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta Aatnls lor Jaigtr Pure Wool, Ctuelt t 67) rls ar.d Colla s, Ceo. A, S.OiCr Suocs KIRKHAM BLOCK tETHBRIpSfi' LOST. AND.FOUND (When Replj'inr .Mention The lleraldi j Coaldlle, blue saddle horsy, branded pletol on right flank.. .Owner, Gust BasoK. Piuder pleasb notify P,, Coal- djle. Alia.. rny place, rad ruuley cow, branded I U ou Jett ribs; also black nod white cow. Owner may' [have siiuie- bv paying' expenses. A.j -Muir, Hardtevme. Alta. HAY AND HORSES TOK.SAU3 60 TO 60 TONS ot good aluat at }40 a ton. S OR TONS ot sood joint hay. blue Must be hauled off place to feed. mare. years old, right i Aljo thigh brand very poor: two white hind feel, White strip on face; wire cut Ha-VD GOOD WORK left'froni foot; bay gelding, 5 old. two, whlfa htod feet, white nose, pluk iefi bay maro, -t yeics white face, leli front foot wire cul: all branded cut on right on right 55 per head re- ward for Information leading j____ to recovery. Fred Pease, Milk Hive Alberta. 'I weighed only severity-nine pounds whsn I bcgaa taking Tanlac. UuL now I weigh one -hundred and fifteen and am feeling better than I have iii seven was the unusual state- ment jnade by .Mrs. LucillO'HIxsou, ilving at 2032 Broadway, Kansas City. Mo., a few tlays ago. ''Before I began taking continued Mrs. Hiisoii, "I had becouta -so weik from seven years of suffer- ing that at time I wasn't able, to on my feet. What I nearly always disagreed with me" and made gas form ;0 bad that I could hardly get ray I was badly constipated nntl bad a pain across tbe small of my back and my nerves were upsat. I was troubled with dull headaches just about-all tho timo and often I-liad fainting, dizzy epeils and I was never able to walk any distance before I felt exhausted. "My undo recommended Tanlac to me and now since it has entirely overcome my troubles I will never gst through praising it. I am not trou- bled with indigestion or gas at all and I am Beating anything and everything 1 want and digesting It pertoctly. Headaches and dizzy spells have all left me and my constipated condition has-been relieved. My nerves are in fine'condition and the pain across the fitnall-of iriy hack has disappeared al- togiJUier. I havo gained thirty-six pounds in weight, can do ray house- and I am stronger I have been in years. Tanlae h'as certainly been the greatest bless- ing 'ot'my-life aoid I will never bo ablo to praise it enough for what It has done for me Tanlac is In by John I> IliEinbotham Co.; in Coal aunt b> Diamond Drag t Slatlr.nery Stare, and in Warner by Mrs. Der- rick HOKSES Can he eecn at BOXXELI, LUCKBY'S Tliree Miles South sflu one- Jlllo West ot Cbaldsle. for recovery black ruarei weight white strip down face, branded on lei small rupture; one ba> :.g, bald face, twu hind' feet; branded on thigh' as cut on left, and also branded on right shouldci as cut. on right, cut weight blaclTselding. ed RH on left shouldor, reached mane white hind feet, j snip on and' star ou forelieatV' wolght MOO. Hold and advise Box H9 Herald. March 2Sth. from Raley.' reward per head for. return. Two .dark grey colts, four yeara old, weight about 2.SOO pounds; two blacks, weight about pounds. All branded 27 on fight thigh, and also branded on left'shoulder HAY 45 tous of'bated Ap- Ply J. C. McCulloch, four miles south aiid htit mild TlVni. arrested In Hamll- toirTfor slio'pbrpaking and theft, he also chained having coimter- malerinl in his possession.. ot Uoaldale. List Your BRANnS! It will be mutnal to owners of brands It they were to place -same' before air fanners' and ranch era so that stray stocS could be as cut en right; one black has IrfSgiT i recognized and returned promptly. -A lar white marking on face. These horses are probably headed for the Buck ranch; or Klrhelty.ranch. Find- er notify 11.'S..Bibck, Haley, Alta., or Rural 103, Altai IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE.. One grey branded as cut on right, impounded In the Bast Pound. JOSEPH .Chiet ot Policed NOTICE OF-DISSOLUTION Beinny" joint: .ariarigo'- ment has been discontinued on the 3rtl of April, 1S20. All.items Dctany are .now payable to O. T. Lathrop; and rill goods and chat- tels .ere relunTnlilc '1o him., .No has in the Daily and Weekly BRAND REGISTER On right. ihonidcr o J On rttht ihonlier of honev Uoji t B3U. "On left fhlgli ot Soraej, on left hip of- cattle.' 0. T. Lalhrop. Telephone 1165 Right ihonlder. A. OTT AUTO UVERY on Country Trips 787 Residence 1210 Draylng and Light'.Hauling Office at Auto Top Dbpot Cth'street 8. ehonlder ol Retfaril given. II. 0. Hollag, Wren- thara; Alta, Jack Hill Jack Hollingswortn LETHBRIDGE TAX! FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF .rJKi.ACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE i PHONE 664 SERVICE DAY AND NIQHT N Phone 185S, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrtdge, Alberta a McLsughlin Special, li coiits no more. We Have initslleij a Full Equip- ment for Repairing MOBILE RADIATORS Can hanills all rriakes of chu., Expert Hoi Air, Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workert 336 6th St. South Phone Oa le.'t'thlgU. Albert, Iron.Springs. Al- be'rln... On Itft thigh ot Vm. Mllei, AUa. Left thigh of horses. Right ot horjos. 10.CO per reward. Noli it Oacav Strand, Wrenlham, Altx 73-26 Cattle brand on right ribs. u. ri. Weir, Masinasln, Alta. 7J-JS ELECTRIC WELDING AVe have tiic most up to date welding In Southern Al- berln. We have on Acetylir.e- wcldiug ,iinil cutting cqulpmcu! and one of.the Canadian Gener- nl Blcelrlc's largest electrln gelding plants, enabling UB to do good work nnd at a .lower price. Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Opp. Hotel Phone 1544 Tractor Cylinders Regrqund Wo specialize In regrlndlng gas trnclor cyllnde.ra and, lilting oversize jiisforis .nrid rings. We liavo In Block at present ovcrsizo plslora tor all popular makes ot gas tractors. Auio Cylinders Reground NIVEN BROS. 216 Ut'Ave. S. Phone 1732 Srrvice Station ficrvlco Station for llio famous K-W Jlannetos. All makes of magnetos, generators, coils re- pajrcil. Kuil slock of repair car- 'ried, All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518