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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .HERALD PAGE THRES, Actul Occurrence in .Coaldale New BuiMing in th.r_ Its health inspector HEARTBURN LIVERROUBLE When the liver becomes torpid and .faflaincdi it cannot furnish su'flicl'ent bile to the bowels; thus causing theni to bacome constipated. The stomach''.is..alsb affected., .In the case, of heartburn there is a gnawing arid {he by disturbed' ap- petite, caused "by" great ever too much food Js it Is liable to ferment, and become tremely i often. occurs; ?nd what-is thrown up, is sour and sometimes bitter Other" liver trouble symptoms pain under wio nght shoulder, ness of the skin and, oca, floating specks before the (ongue, had tasiejn the morning, foul breath, brash, jaundice, constipation, etc Keep >our I'.ver active by using Miiburn's Laxa Liver Pills) and you will hare no 'heartburn, or, other- livc'r troubles Being purely vegetable they do not gripe, weaken or sicken like the purgatives gen e rally do. Mrs Mary Strome, Glasnevin Bast, I have used Mil hum's Laxa Liver Pills, and the; have cleared rne o[ heartburn nnd liver-trouble. I don't think they'can bo beaten'by any medicine, end I can .highly recommend them.' Price 25c-'a all dealora" or mailed direct on-receipt of ;pricp I- The T. Milburn. Tors to, Ont.-'-Advt. The'government _____ turned up In'the village the dther'day and generally stirred they, have been sllrrlng ever since. Let the good go on All public buildings -especially, need the strict- it attention sanitary mailers No water supply yet and the ponds [rying up A good many local events have not been reported lalely. The visit of Rev. V. T. Young of B'alrnvore ivis greatly appreciated His jon Sunda) ind lecture on Monday we're very In- orming and a return visit should be welcome any lime Tha Ladles' Aid aupper was a great success and realized over t200 for the unds of the organization The dance after the supper was church at- air according to reports -Mr; and Mrs. T. B." Dun- ham, a daughter Congratulations The N. is getting'a move on A' concert tonight, regular meeting Thursday and a big more power to their elbow Moving pictures JVed, Dec 15th, 25c nnds lOc Coaldaio school The annual Christmas tree and con- cert will be held on Tuesday, Dec 21 A fine program wilt Santa Claui as a wind up. Collection for the school library. t TAff. G. Heighes Is slowly recqver inv from her recent Her CHAMBERLAINS CROUPs CAN BE, PREVENTED At the first sign of hoaraeness the child subject t6 croup should given Chamberlain's Cough i "nemedy Even after the familiar .rough cough uppcarsxths attack may ol children should bd eure that a this reliable: rem- j edy Is always In the hoiteft EThe feeling ot safety that It gives is worth many" times the cofaL 35c 'and 65c A Christmas Gift X Sayings Bank Pass Book, small deposit, is an ideal present for your children. V Our Manager will be pleased to co-operate with you. j IRe Royal Bank of Canada Total Lethbrldge Manager. Branches also 'and Taber. CANADIAN PASSENiGERS HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAiNS: Spokane to Portland and California Spokane, Portland Seattle j "THE NORTH BANK ROAD" A wonderful'trip along Ihe Snake and Columbia rivers, ani through the heart of Cascade t t "THfe- NORTH BANK LIMITED" night makes direct con- nection at Spokane with the Canadian Pacific Spokane'International train, and arrives at Portland In the morning. INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS" by day leaves Spohano in tho morning, arriving'In Portland In tho. early evanlns, allowing i Canadian passengers .an over-night stay Connections made 1n the Portland Union ela? Uon. Trains leaving aflarrxSon and night. Slcop'lns car iiTangerhenta will tie, made. Dstallo, by railway ngents or Iho W. O, SKINNER, Oregon. W. O. PAINE, AssU.Gen'l Pass. Agent, Spokane, Wash. For Chin (From Our Own Correspondent) TASBR, Dec. opening con cert of the O. W. V. A. for the winter series, wag held on Sunday evening last. In the Vets' Hall. A full house marked'the satisfaction of the at.the beginning of.the Ve'ti1 coa certs once more.' May or YIckery Oc- cupied the chair and the bandrcontrlb uted lo the entertainment by several choice Greenvrodd act Ing as-accompanist. The mayor, after a few'opening marks loiclnff the pleasure of people of Taber at the opening the concerts, 'called- on', .the band, which rendered tho "Mem- ories of Stephen Foster A recita- tion; by Harry Bland followed, much enjoyed audience. Mrs. Roche was th eh call ed .on. for -a ich brought a vigorous encore, a ledged by a sliqrt .comic solo, fully as good in its Hue. The' mayor then delivered a short-address in reference to the services of the bojs 'at the front, and the willingrtess of the people to remember them A .collection followed'in aid of the building fund for tlio. which amounted lo over and the ba.nd a.-variation consisting of themes from well fenown hvmns, closing with the A elty In the form of the Hungarian arseillafe" came nezt; sung by F etchuMu Hungarian, a second part 1 the Hungarian language, folfo'vfhig n. encore .A well rendered vocal uel by Mesdames Vayrb and Slyera oscd the >ocal program, the band ajlng the "Sincerity" overture prev us to the Anthem The j undaj evening concerts; we uuder j and, vtill be continued, which is ell, as1 they have .become" a "feature; forward to by'the citizens of ie- town. x A single driving horse, wearing h'arness with reins ot the same natenal, d-awing a bicycle attached its tall, tho driver the ope ribbons from Iho seat of the odd conveyance, that ut up at Tolton's Inery here on Sat rday night According to. the em loyee In charge, the driver slated lat he had pr6ceeiled ail the'way in ils manner from a point seventy itles cast of Tnber, and was on liis ay to Chin, .where ho had rented a tore. On Sunday morning. Hie ropes "era adjusted nnd the bike attached: and steed and driver hove westward toward their'destination, to amusement of.the few spectators iresent A few of our local young bloods at ended a big danco at "Raymond: on Saturday eveillrig, motbrlng by war .of Coaldale, and returning by Lclhbridge. the return Brlp from ilagralh to Lethbridge was covered n forty minutes We understand that on .account of ho poor health of Mra.-Hs'P. Munro, who was., nominated by the Women's nstltute for trustee, decided not to press the nomination although he papers wore mado outjn due form. The ladles of -the Institute, however, expect to 'call' on rthis to enter tho'lists-next December. J She proclaims her g'fta through our Want Columns. Watch'them daily for her: to and uee theaa to con- 1 vey your message 'to tho man who is seeking you. 8e a for price of 4. Minimum 2Se. Must be Paid In Advance REPLIES! Replies tave been received for the follow ing Box Numbers: 19, 20, 28, 33, 37, 55, 64, 75, 87, 89, 94, 97, 100, 108, 113, 132, 141. BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THE1H ANSWERS PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, transformations! etc, from .your combings. Switches 11.00 an. ox. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta.' DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICE, Dentist, former. ly of Lethbrldge. has located 4t: 679 .Oranvllle St., Vancaaver, fl. a Phone Sey. 9300. Opposite Hmt- Eon's .Co. tRANSFER KEMAL FORCES CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec: rreatcr part of the Kemal forces have jeen transferred to the Ouchak front irider command of Gjenoral Kiazim Kara Baklr. .These troops are to'take ?arl in a offonsiyo sgainst tljo Ireok forces on tho Smyrna.-Broussa' front, according to advices from Ana- tolia. -t You get twelve months' .guarantee and services on all new batteries: AT THE Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 811 -fth .8.' Phone 1483. Recharging and Redatrtng on All Makes of Prest-0-Lite untl SALE XT 319 5TH AVENUE SOUTH ON THURSDAY NEXT, DEC. 16TH COMMENCING AT 10 AM. FRANK WADDSNGTON SELL.BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING: TK N" DRESSERS, and rSlan da, Sideboard.rDInlns Table; Rock- ers Occasional Tables; Carpets, Ruga; Linoleum nnd Floor Cover- ings, Tortierea, Toilet Ware, KITCHEN RANGE in Al shape; ;Kltchen Table; -.Heaters; White Enamelled Beds with Springs and single and' doable'aize; Pillows; Sheets; Blank- Bed 'Spreads; Curtains; -.-Kitchen- and .Bedroom Chairs; Kitchen Utensils, and a great number oi smaller items.' Bed Linen and gmall acsds will he sold In tbe morning com- mencing at 10 o'clock, TERMS CASH PHONES 770 AND 469 AUCTION SALE AT THE MONARCH HOTEL r :MONARCHr HALF WAY BETWEEN MACLEOD LETHBRIDGE HB SEES WITH EASE men never allow tiiara selves to get farsighted or even near- sighted. At the first indlcaV.on of Impaired eyesight they come to J. M. FJunderson and-get their vision per- fected with proper glasses. J. M, HENDERSON Care ot Wright's Jewelry Store. OSTEOPATHS CR. J. B. OSTEOPATHW Sherlock. Bldf. Hoars 10-12. 2-1, ui appolnlment. r COMMENCING" AT 10 O.'lJLpCK A.M, FRANK WADDINGTON IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE ENTIRE FURNISHINGS OF HOTEL, COMPRISING 20 QUARTER-CUT, OAK with Oval Uevellcd Mirrors, Washstands to match', Heavy White Enamelled Beds wllti bolh Coil and Woven Springs; 24 excellent Quality KELT MATTRESSES: 20 TOILET BEDROOM CAHPETS; SPLENDID PIANO- BtJJlTK In Cais; 24 SOLID OAK.D1NINO CHAIftS; Mission Oak Buffet; Dining GURNBY'IfOTKL RANGE etiiial lo new; One and one small NATIONAL CASlt REOlSTBRSi CAREY 12 Office Chairs; very handsome- BAR FIXTURES In Bolld Oak with Wrge mhrorB and front coun- ,ter; 23 Bef room Chairs; .OflltO Desk, Typowriter Desk; Ollice Desk "Comforlers'and about 21 .pairs'of WHITE- ..WOOLLEN -TERMS CASH A SALB-TOlTMUST NOT MISS PHONES 770 AND "own Buyers will bo given facilities for paskhig goods Hole! iitualo lo C. P. B. Depot. THE VAN. HAARLBM PrlTBte pltal. IZZrTth Ave'.' Hi. Accommodation for ttx- (ieal, Bedieai "and maternity pa. Private nd nomi, JSO.W, I35.M and fSI week. toi tnforicatloa ta Uu H. Vaa HurUm. tendeat F. H. WIUK1N3 BPECfiUST 817 Bth SL S.: Opposite Phone SPIRELLA CORSETIERE MJWO MiSS Playing and'Theb'ry.: Puplla entej. ed for the examinations .of the Royal Academy and Royal College ,o( _Muslc, 100 cent! year MRS W H ot Piano and Theory. Pnptl- prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Huslo eiyna It desired. .Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave. CLEANERS AND PRE8SERS ForVAppolntrnenti Phone 1942 MRS. rtAHTIN 1321 10th'Ave. 3.; Cor. Mth at THE m dry cleaning We are the oldest in the city We tha eenulna'French STitem. which COT- trs tvery spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, glrlng higii" class results Special attention -to country work 324 6th Street South. Phone 1818 Collect and deliver PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY -Audita-rln'come Tax Consultations. REUBEN 0 FAJlRfS Suite -Block. 1010 3rd Ave LOO Repairing and alterations well reasonable prices. We aeU tot and deliver foods. 120 7th at, Bonth.- 1B28-. WATCtt.PAWHCT -LETHBRIDGE OLD COUDBtSaVER BOUGHT OXT-ACETYtBNB W1LDINO W. N. .KDTH. Comer. 1st Ave..and iota Stieit, GUN5MI1HS GUNSyiTttS ft barrel! itralKhtsned, gvii renocK- ed. (an work done br'4 guuimltn. made. locki npaired, bfcyclM, typewriten, phonosraphi, light micblnery repaired, Inwn moweri ihsrpeced- D- E. Utcdonald. ludlu Motorcycle AgenL Phono 1031, Street, opposite Herald cfflca___ WRT.UNOTON ton. Papxrhuiren ud Palnten. Ifilsoratalnit. Omenl Deconttnf ind Wrttmj BctrnttM Kirn. Mtabllihed pxnton tm LethtrldKe Res 147J 1TS1 8h bridge. SUFFLiES Eltctrle tJrtt tat Power Coatnnon A. Decoratinit ai leading of the city. Phone IK) 417 10It. RL 8 Farmers Whan In need of my TRACTOff Repairs It will your. to try U8. We have an up-to-date Macblnt Bhop and employ only first cTnsi .Mnchlnlsla. Sallsfaction (n Tractor Cylinders reground. Bud filled wtih over-size plstoai N1VEN BROS. lot Ave. S. Phone 1732 JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. 'T' Eetabllthed 190t. years' exverle'nea hi iMrii lor tnd'lDtertcr DecontlBit 11th bt South. trwi PM. 11H.- L. D. SI Publications AT CARDSTON I.M.COQWBS .Ajitit Gomey-Oxford Furnaces I j J EAVE TROtlGHlKG GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEi; ELLIOTT 838 6ti. Phnnt 17 1 J WINTER RADIATORS Why.not havo your Automo-! bile Ra'dlator Re-eored before, tho troat Comes, with Honey-comb Core' obtainable. Drop In and let, us tell yon, about It, or ask someone who has'one. They STAND UP. ANDY THe Radiator Man 12 4frt Ave, S. Behind Grill, H- A: Y iTlMOTHY ALFALPA; BLUE JOINT STRAW Baled with threa wires. Stands handling. MOKE GROWN POTATOES .'Tho lielter Kind'. FARM PRdbUQTS, LTD. Drawers and Shippers1 CoaMalo nnd ;