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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FRIDAY. APRIL 16.1020 THE" LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE I Farewell Tendered Rev. Clay of x Anglican Church Many (From Our Own Cojrestxm'JeiiD COLBMAN, April The Her. M. Cliy, rector ot the Augllcjm.ciurch. farewelted on Sunday evening. A large amXlsaee gathered io hear him preach before leaving for, England. .On the 8. social gathering was held In ihe hall, to wjilch cams members and adherents froin.' Frank anil: Hillcrost. A very pleasant evening was spent in of the In.soug and cardsV JDurlng t Mr. Clay was nie'de the recipient of gift tlbn "In whlehjlook; the form of a J200 check. was greatly aurprised with.thls; gpod- and good wishes and in a few well chosen words expreaied Ills feelings and gratitude. Blalraore, liYank Uillcreat had on tie Saturday preview given tang- ible token ot ifcelr respect and loyalty to, Mr. Clay. A few daccos brought the Happy gathering to a close. We all Join in wishing Mr. Clay acd hope may return to Canada. Miss Rippon returned from SaskaV howan on Sunday morning. The Oddfellows and Rebekahs held very successful, whist drive Tuesday evening. the Rev. J. T. Ferguson, vrin conduct the anniversary services in ko Institutional church on Sunday, AprtJ 2ith, ;.Th'e 'Ladles' (Auxiliary will sem> sapper on Monday .between the hours of 5 to 7 p.m., and a concert follows at 8 p.m. The people of the Pass look orvrard these events, uo take notice. Dr. Lillle.'has purchased 'as new hevroletirunabout. Mr., M. Morrison, agent for the ford IB -well-stocked with tha lat- est models. The Veteran bakerj', under the able iqanagersbjp, of Mr. ijoulsbury is.quita an ucquislUpa to the aud "is IrriahttiS clean, and Tirs. '.Wm.V- purposes'. Jeaving Coteman on Sunday's evening ,lratu IOUT tor to her father's In 'New Glasgow, Nova; Scot son Mac her. -3iT.i. North Ixsth accepted a position with the Jligtllmy 4 Coks'jCo, as 'Principal' Powell the teachers returned' Saturday morning from at tending' the teachers' convention in V fAMlUY AND. QOT IT RACINB, AprU lG.4CUr- en Kltchcock, of Ogema, hear here, have no children o t ended In dezti! 'So a TMcenf Cahadlta investigation' .-thawed.. tiof cases lolcctloss <4lseasei consumption of ty- They ,w.cre .cases where, person nad jiiiitained Mine'slight 1 cut, a -turn, a wire-prick being thought not serious enough for care- ful had been neglected.-, f Blood-poisoning ani'death resulted. 1 TVhen you orvypur. children aua-. (.tain any ensure, against in- V fectltm by applying Zam-Buk. This balm soothes tho pain; etdps bleed- Ing, and h'y destroying all germs prevents blood-poisoning, etc. Henca ;.'ti6-ttme need he lost from work or pleacisre by those who use .-All bpri r thelnown hare assumed' xare o aigbfeenj renglng' ago 'tfrom si to twenty-one. 'In order to do. this eys tematlcally -thay hecame In oorpbrated' the other day. The nam of this adoption Bra Is The .W. H Hnchcock Tararly .'Iho. "'one o the adopted children holds' stock thl. orgaEiwtloo. The capital con slsts of a fairm a a count.: STEP FATHER BAIVTTSIORBi April O. Lamb, a soldier at Fort .McHenr by marrylrig-.Jlrs.'Ida Phqemus ha become'the stepJfather-ln-lawV of h former Georgo who 'married h'er daughter W the sam day. The two soldlere we're bdyhoo< met .by, chauce.'at Fo jrcHoriry. They 'met the widow ai her daughter at a dance ;.-and hoi couples were on the sam POPE'.WILL'NOrBE REPRESENTS that th Hob: Se'a, wouidvheireprejeated'at th meetlrig-ot'the'dupreme allied conuc at San'llemb .are, declared to be aba 'lately unfounded by papal olticla' 4- Farmers- Bank Here By Mall juit mail your cheques to we deposit them to your credit and send you i prompt acknow- ledgment, If you need cuh we cash your chtquti by mil too, sending you the money in a ed letter. We unrJeritand the pro- blems and gladly assitt him in every way We will come your account .ix aooorce. THE BANK OF OLAUSI TIN OAUJARV, an not slightest hit alarm- atoat It; our political actrfi- will to od with oadlrara- iaaad was the reoiark Ot H. ceoraUry of the United Farm- ot on Thursday morning upou hit turn oKy in with UM contentious Chiuw' 18 of tie francbUo ell! whtoh mtu Owq GHANLSOA, R. K armed frojn iUngBton'. Ontario where has been spending tie winter. Mr. L. Carltoa loat a Taluable) Ul Jobs Morrison from in Bacsaao to Cal tary Petrojaum Products attraction plant will. eon tie official meut by A W, Ptm managing director or the company an order .wss leaved by tie federal rove rnment ordering the pltn to be closed down If arrangements could not tie made to conserve the re- sidual 'gals from' the plant which was escaping into air. Mr, thai as it'ha; been determined, that the volume o high-grade gaiblthe that was being produced at the extraction plant greatly In of apparea gu which might oe consid ered as resulting, and as there a. very material conservation feeing brought about through the production t so considerable a quantity ot high- rado gasoljne, plant was to cou; Inue tta operitlTe work. Uaaw -are -working OB Mr. RoBert Swansea returned to Saturday epending BasterTacation- hi B parents. .brother with him r days, Mr A N, rented Ppdi farm (o Mr. Graham, who is re- cently from Mrs. Ora- ham Is a'slster ot-'IM. Sydney ot the com- Mn Dohl Carlson k enjoying a riot prora her Uo couslu, Hr A. and J. from Loulioun, Minna- JL l Mr and Mrs'Jack in Btzikom on Thunday Everett Small, who has been spend- ing the winter In Oregon, returned hone'' Toftcday. p? Wley will b4 plevwd to fwrii of her'rnarrkge to Mr. Robinxoa ot Etzlkom, at the KDOZ manso in April 6th They will reside-on Mr. Robinson's farm ai Btzikom. Mr. 'ind Mrs. Fred Penny arc garint to move to their farm south ot the coulee. They have been resid- ing on Mr. Dolil Carlson's place all winter. Mr. Long arrired Irom Chill- wacki B.C, Tuesday, Mr. D. (Jerlton motored to Wlnni- fred, Tuesday. Mr. Chris. Gravensteln is visiting (rleafs In Coaldale. Mr. Erie who has been spending a few weska visiting friends n the Ticlnily returned to his home In Etztkom Monday, Mr. and iMrs. Louis Carlson and children spent Sunday the guests of Mr. aid Mrs. T. H. Pro'wse. The government agent, Henry Poster, will be in Etiikom Wednesday to give food relief to the farmers. Mr. and Mra. John Weigle ot Pleas- ant View are vislllng friends In the vicinity. Mr. J. Rutke unfortunately lost a valuable horse Sunday. GRIP, INFL0EI Wturrf Oil During fcEuenza the nose and throat several V I day with one part Wizard Oil aii'l two parts water, using in itnniiitfi If you haven't an atomiier, (arsjlsf the throat and scuff the mixtanj the aose.'.This treatment stts i aotiseptic-wall o{ ddtnjt "Flu" germi. Chtst coldi and tore throat Itsil' them at Wizard Oil before they i" Into dangeroiu influei___ Get it from druggists for JOe. aot rtturn the bottlt (et your money back. Ever constipated orhave ache? try Wizard Liver W" pleasant little pink pills. mi i (uta, Gaanntetd. When you cat let it be best. Real Seville Oraiige Marmalade EXTEND TIME FOR OLEOMAROARINE OTTAWA, April Canadian or tte time for, the manufacture and importation of oleo- margarine until Anguet 31, 19Z1, aiid for the sale ot oleomargarine urrtil March 1, 1932, ii proposed by a reso- lution to be Introduced in the house tomorrow by Hon. F. S. Tolmie, min- ister at agriculture, farther amend- ments are proposed to fii the mtnl- muni fine Jor an infringement of tae J50.: Y. W. C. 'A. PRINCIPLES CLBVEUAND, 0., April diislrkil program which is cussed by "the convention of the Tonng Women's Christian Association 'here today includes, tha following princi- ples: and 'economic equality. for women; equal pay when participating in abolition Of night work'for hour day; abolition'of; child labor, and tha right jf collebtlve'.iargainins. IT "like a New Home" .That is-what your neighbors and your family will say' when your'i rooms are redecorated with the handsome wall paper designs that we are show-- ing in the new spring patterns and color schemes. They will beautify yourvhome in a, way that will give the whole family and all your k' visitors a greater, appreciation ;of home cheerfulness ahd comfort. You'llrecognize the force of that idea'if.you'll-come in Hefe-and see the beautiful wall paper effects we have to show you. j Owing to the tremendous sale of Wall Paper we have had this spring we have made up another two dozen' bundles of remnants which we will sell at i price These bundles are the new spring samples and include styles for every room and" any size. Our former samples were picked up in a hurry, There are finer, so we i suggest you see them now. C.G.OLANDER GENERAL 13th STREET NORTH LONDON, "April increaBe n the minimum rate of discount from sir to seTeS.per cent today by the Bank of ESngland has removed the un'certainty'-wh'ich had been hanging over the market It was considered lound view of the inflated credit tie continental fin- ancial' situation-' especially regarding exchangee; arid'may pofffiibly: stabilize the latter. .Improbably will not, how- atfect rTJnited' States exchange. Any further1 Unsettling of exchange re gardin6 States'is not ex- pected lin'Bi "large bills fall due In [he autunJfT f of the payment of fool and .One reason for 'the present move is to bring the Jn line with ,oUier centre's.! Tie_iBej'gia'n rates have The'ac- tion of the England yesterday In raising .of..interest .'on treasury. blljs_ to, per cent, is Io attract fundi; from the Bank of-England-on-.the goverzunent ac- count against maturing shortdated in! debtedncss, -which .totals a big figure, and to check freah .The burdcn._of, the seven p'er cent, rate on the trade "cif the country, which Is just be great Trada and .fIriance, hou'ey.er, to (ettle down ti'the new conditions in the hope that necessary., deflation ol credit will follow and so assist towari normalizing conditions 1n the: prices of.cotnmoditleBiand the cost "of living GERMAN TROOPS CAUSE TROUBLE PARIS, April regulars in the Ruhr region are resenting disci plinary rules, according to the Frank fort Gazette, which aflys'Gen. von Wat ter, comtnander'of-government forces has left Essen suddenly for Berlin. Old Cpuhtry Football Scores Aprii Canadian Associated .Fress.Jr-FootbaU gaaiBS played today, resulted as fallows: Secon'd Division HuddwBfioIiJ.2, TVolverhampfon 0. Southern League -1'iymauth 3, Newport 0, Cardiff 0, Watford 1. Sou... End 2-, Norwich 1. Scottish League 1, Clydehank 1. Hibernians 0, Partfck 1.- Hamilton 3, Queen's Park 0. Albion 0, Celtic p. 'Third'LanarK' Valera, head of tae WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF 707 Block) Phone 662 By Byron Qay, aainor of "O" Fox be the itiorhal doe bath will be lonieA and bisgcat hit in rtiMy a combined with Trot, both Aarred by BUlyMBrm't- Melcdv M "His Maker's Voice" Pancc Hits Trot Ttuabto All M Hear-these tnd the other new April records it any I "His Ma- 3t's Voice" dealers trej Co.. tim'teJ, Afonfrw? We Are Agents for VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Lare Stoiclt of: Eoih w-iich to Select Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA ;