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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta qui inv i i| | I �-iV II r rn.-ii .r-rii II imiii,i;trj|1i itkmalSamy at urd$H�jMiows Ingest Nttdber of Mned Towards lie Many ot LAthbrl^ge w^6,v]Blt6|� in B�ronQ on Thursday, W|il|it here they were ttfe guents of Mtd. A/Harr�.'^ � Mr. T. E. Grace Vho last we�* was on i the 8lck list, Is noW> veUrOtt the way to recovery. f'he OdateU^wB": AaiKt^et was a Sroat success on iRrlday nfght. The f.elielcahs' met with them, and a splcn-Id time was enjoyed'by alL -. Mrs. achledlef- was a visitor in iLethbrldge over the weelc-end. Farmers in Engaged in Fall Plowing the District needs of today. Generally speaking, I me i/wniv..,,^^^ students show evldfence of having j HAMILTON IN THE consld^^red the questioftalro" carefully and answered,:opns6iehtioU3?y. � With regard to ScliooiiRg In their, plans,for CARDSTON U.P.A. SUPPORTS T POTATO BUSINESS _______________^ __________,________ HAMILTON, Dec. 1.-With a view the^tutui-e"the great majority 9t.both j to discouraging profiteeringr Hamilton boys and girls desire t6 go-on throuRh city council recently went into'the "�riir CARDSTON, Nov. 29.-Many friendB In this district haVe been plowing during. the.pS.3t week or two. Talk about weather-how about Sunny' Sbuthbm were rovealed. Out of 89 boys inter-vievired only two desired-to become tes^h'plffi. while only; "SS-showed Jia de.-strii to become. aKriculturists, that is Ainerta Bviii Piowmg 6ijy,0ver.5D boys showed.an inqlin- , Darus .LaaYtt, from W^^^^^^ from the farm-, in a farm- has retni'ned to the Cardston distftct, eiassiflcation ,of the and purchased a quarter section, l,"!^^ f,Yl^ws-the choicest farm land within 5 milea' sale between "civic" and "priviato" ["^potatoes.  The city has now purchased 2200 bags.and are appealing to tho citiiens to Stand behind theia and buy oMt the entire ohiliment. -: of Gardston. XVe welcome him. back to thp district as one. who believes .this corner of Alljerta is second to none. Several other land deols arc reported recently, showing conslderabiy more actl-vlty in real estate than for some time past. Support Pool The Cardstoh V. F. A. held a special meeting Saturday the 27th , Nov., tc> ...liiBcuss the market conditions, and to. decide on some common actipn with" regard to jnarketin?; their grain. A , resolution was passed supporting the ! that only 3 desired, farm lite, while 42 boys follows: 1. Farmers, '(agriculturists, including ranching, etc), 38. 2. Teaching, 2.' ' ' 3. Other professions, i.e., lawyers, doctors, dentists, 11.  4. Mechanics, �i.e., engineers, car- pentsrc, otc.,'26.  v " Bronchitis is generally caused by S, Business, 31. neglecting a cold, or exposure to wet The olasslflcatiou of the girls also "^^'V iuclement weather. It. begins shows some ctrlking facts:'First, that ^^"?,"' tightness across the chest, dif- but of lOS girls only 19 wanted to be- ^'^ breathing, and a wheezing 'is corne housewives immediately upon I ^""'^'^ ^"'"^^ ^om the lungs. "pooling" of their grain as outlined by the central ofllce of the U. F.. A. at Calgary, or failing that, the resolution called upon tho central executive to urge Upon the govornmnnt the necessity of taking seme steps toward steadying, the price ot grain, suggesting the need of the reinstatement of the Grain Board. Tho latter part of th^ meeting was .given over to the stockholders of the Cardston district V: F. A. Ooroperative association. JCf-financial statement was read by tho treasurer, W. A. Keith', and although many accounts have not been met by the debtors of the association, yet the feeling ot the directors was one ot confidence in the business stability of the concern, and committees were appolut-ed-to arrange forliqu'dation of present liabilities by collecting arrears in shhres and selling new shares. These committees .already are reporting success. The Meunonite grist or flour mill, near Ilaley, about 12 miles from Cardston, is the busiest place in the south these days, Many farmers have become fired of the old way of selling wheat and biiyinis flour and losing all tb& "middlings" and lave gone back tj) the real old-fashioned method of getting a "grist." As a result the flour milt of i^be Mennoqites is running day and nigiht and farmers from all over the country "are Ihying in a supply of flour and feed for the coming year. The government seed grain collector, Mr. Emsley, is in town for a tew days, f-eceivlng payments on the seed gl-aln liens given by many farmers in this district last spring. Altlwugh tho prices ot all farm products are so de- There a raising of phlegm, especially tho ..... at first white, but later becomes of a greenish or j'ellowish color and is occasionally streaked with blood. On the first sign of bronchitis you should check it immediatey by using Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, thereby prevent it becoming chronic, and perhaps developing into some more serious lung trouble. Mrs. Brice Culham, Sheffield, ;Ont., writes:-"In December, 1919, I Was very^sick w^ith bronchitis, and had to stay' in the house all. winter. Oine day I saw Dr. Wood's Norway. Pine Syrup advertised, sp I got a small . ��T,^A,�-tr lain information'a|>d'>. �. L�th. bridge. H - A - Y TIMOTHY ALFALFA BLUE JOINT  STRAW Baled wiljh three wires. Stands Ji^t � hai^ng.;-:-: � HOME GROWN POTATOES The Better Kind. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers Coaldale and Lethbridge Ladies! You can't look smart if your hair Is thin. Save your oomb-Ings and send to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARDSTON, Alto. To be made up ^to SWITCHES, TRANSFORMA-TIONSr PARTINGS, � FRINGES, ETC. Send ^Y^ ox. combings or upwards for switches at $1.00 per oz. C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Mellta..............Dec. 10th Empress of Britain .. .D6c. 15th JAS. GORDON PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on all other Atlantic Lines. Winter Days Are Ides IN W. D. SKINNEin, TraJTir Manager, I'oitlani!, Oregon.^ W. C. PAINE, Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent, W;)okane, Wash. California Join Tcour friends and play golf; tennis; polo; motor over splendid highways; go horseback riding or surf bathing. TRAVEL WITH PLEASURE VIA "THE SHASTA ROUTE" "California for the Tourists," our new booklet, will help you select the resort ot your choice. Copy may be had free on request. Apply to local Railroad Ticket Agents for information as to fares, . routes, train service and sleeping car accommodations. Southern Pacific Lines JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passeenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT BPECl&MST 337 eth St. S. Opposite the Emprais. Phone IPW. Res. PbooA lt37. Electrlo Light �� Power Contrsotors Phone 133] *09 Sth at. 9, LethbrldKO. r�rm t^fphtlBg a Specially Contractors for -tlectrleal Work oa Cardaton Temple. OeCORATINO WFT.IJNnTON BROS.-The Deeorn. tore. Pspir-oaniters and Painters Kalsonlnlnir. Oeneral Deeoratinc and Siirn Writing Csttmiites givea Th� oldest established palaters la Letbbr1(lKe Res phone 1478: office pbone 17BS Sherloek Bltft, LetV bridce. Alberta. DR. a. J. COURTICB, Dentist, foriDUdN ly of Letfabridge, has located ' M 679 Grahviiie' 1., VancKuv^r, B. Phone Sey, 9300. Oliposite HU* son's Bay Co. OSTeOPATMTC DR. J. a. nORNINOi OSTROPATHIO PHYSICIAN. IK-18-20 Sherlock BlOft ^Uoura 10-12. 3-4. MlA tky appolntnuttt. Phone 1999. A. MEADS-Patnttnt. Deeoratlnn and PaperhsnKlnc Phone 199. 611 Sih ivefiap Sonth. 117->� E L COPELAND E. R. KENT The Pyramid DecoratInK Co Inter tor decorstlng and paperhanfflnK a 8p� rialty Satlafied castomers our aim Phone 1ft03 E16 12th St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON.^ DECORATOR. Bstabllshed 1909. Thirty-five rears' experience In Exter lor and Interior Decorating. 907 nth at. South Estimates free. Res. Phone 1101 in-16� -1. Farnners When In need of any TRACTOR Repafra It will be to your Interest to try US. We have an up-to- fical, medical and ^mateniltjr pa> tients. Private .nd seml-prlTata rooaa. Rates |30.00, SS8,00 udlM a week. Write toi^iiiformAtiQB to Mrs. M. n. Van IzArlitigu rap�rt� tendent HOSPITALS MATERNITY AND NTJRSINO, PRI-vate and semi-private roctnia, funy* modem.' Terms moderate. Apply Mrs. A. Woods, 38 4th Street N. H., Medicine Hat. Phone 3974. 271-M SPIRELLA CORSETIERE 1321 For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN I 10th Ave. 8., Cor. 14th St. 270-IS MJSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Pupils ente/-ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London. England. 100 per cent. Ir.st year successful.  MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-Teacher ot Piano and Theory. Pupllu prepared for the Toronto Co,nsorvatory of Music exams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 6tb Are. A, South CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 j THE VALET-Specialist in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest el>aners in the 'city. We nse tlied^-(rennlne French system, which co�-^s^f-era tvery spot anVl eliminates posr- " BlWii+ttliirSrWgaTiaenfe; giving MSh;^?^T class resuIU. Spocial attention to country work. S24 6th Street South. Phone 1512. Collect and deliver. LOO SAM-CLEANING. PRESSING, Repalrlns and alterations well dona at reasonable prices. We sell for and deliver seeds. 820 7th St. South. Phone 152JJ. OXY-ACETYLBNB WELDING W. N. KUTH. Comer 1st Ave. and lOth Street CHIROPRACTOnS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE B SMITH -Our methods are Nature's own. Free consultation and analysla. Hours: 10-12 and 2-4, and by appointment. Room 205. Sherlock Block, Phonos 1G77 and 1441. _OUNSWirTHS_ GUNSMITHS.� LOCKSMITHS-GUN baTrels straightened, (una restocked, gan work done by a Knnsmlt)>� kers made. locl{s repaired, bioyolea, typewriters, pfaonoeraphs, any liglit machinery repaired, lawv mowws sharpened. O; B. Maedonald. Indlai| Motorcycle Agent Phone lOSl (Ul Street, opposite Herald offlc& RlNGMAKERir r^fi^ft^AlK WORK DiAMCNO l-'EnhLLtR|A sPEciAu r ^pBTTrR ^V-^- ^7 3 31 3-ST, 'ATtH REPAIRING LETHBRIDGE Cold & silver bought L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS Oesarst Kews Agent WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automobile Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let ua tell you about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man '2 ''.th Ave. .9. Behind Silver Grill. Remit by Dominion Express Money Order. If lost or stolen you get you? mone.v back. , __... ___^ ;