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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, fHK DAILY NEflALB Our Own UOWJ.BV. Jan. phlnook broiujlil mild weather but it also. featurb of Ihe program was. the soutaiion lo SJrs. A. J. Snyder of a. utMujUul black leather club bag with tola fficiinltocs, IB recognition o( hef splendid services secretary-treas- urer ot the Institute for the pzst four years. Mrs. D. Tustlau presented the, tag and Mrs. C. Morrison read the address, reminding the members that it was during -Mrs. Syuder's term of offlce that Hei Cross work carried on. The brunt of this foil up- on Mrs. Syiider who attended to all brought sickness for jibe' whole .town; lias ftfesh in the srip'Of an epidemic.' Every twrson In CdVrely .twilh few and many in tho surround- luj country has been sick. It takes forth of attack, of grippe In sotae cases. ierrulnatlns; or pleurisy. Tat bank was obliged to close Us doors list weei oa every member ol the lUlt was on Ihf sick list. How- ever i new shortly to laU B. 0. 'J( ttllt seriously .111, and is of the doctor and "vrwf Mrt Pputllller, wfaosfl ch.ll In with' is a6W jll wltij jmeufflonla. XT'. R. foates arrived home this luqrnljif from taleary where he lias for the past week in connection iUr. C. recovering from an'afUck of'pleunsy" AtjHrj'e' regularmonthly meeting of -Yrdmen'e Institute an Interesting the packing ot'parccls and tho eitcu- rive correspondence at this time. Tho Oddfellows Intend holding their annual ball on the night of Feb. Mil in Tustian's hall. Supper will bo served at midnight In the Masonic tall. Money is still coming iu.in goodly sums for tho Harvey Robinson fund. The crochetted night gown yoko donated by Mrs. J. (Hunan and rattled by the Institute brought In the sum of and ;was won by llrs. Robinson. Tho Masonic pillow which was be ing rattled also brought J25.00, and was won by Mr. tf. Cyr. 'Friend? will be glad to hear that Jlr.'au'd Mrs. Belts and little.daughter Edna, all of whom 'were very ill are lauch better. NEW CASES OF 'FLU AT MILK R1VEU I (From Ojr Own MIU1 R1VHR, Jan. Mr. John j THIS SAVED FROM UN OPERATION J taking LyfUeiE.Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound, One Thortfandsof Such Cases. ule from an operation, I .cannot j Henry Nelson TJJBIN FARMER SUFFERS MANY HORSES (From Our Oirn TURIN', Jan. John F. Maguire. secretary ot Uie S. P. of C. will deliver an address in tha Turin hall Monday i'pjn. i Mrs. Ida M. .Hanson speiil Sunday at Ihe home of Alex Thorburn anil i family. I Joe Slubhle is rcporied lo bave loil I several more head ot valuable catlle (during Ihe recent cold spell. His tolal llqaa has b5eli about 4.0. head, so tar, '.A bad similar iri'spme respects llo intluenza, baa been .'goins the [rounds in the r Sundial neighborhood j Pracilcaily ilie' whole' attendance o! I Ihe Consolidated school being affllcl Arthur Arrowsmlth is Hie vlcllm o! la'ver.v bad cold at (ireSenl. _ This being a 'prohlbUlon- province we will have lo lay To Ihe condlifon b Uhe roads the three upae.ts which havi recently. John Sorgftril and Alex 'Thorburn Turner was a Warner visitor 011 Wed- iiosday atteudlue (he Masoulc lodge I. Allco Doles entertained a' ot her friends on Wetinesday 1 ti honor of her third birthday. Gatnoa wore played by tho litlle tots and dainties served. Mrs. K. C. Haiues and duuglitcTi Ailleuo aro In helhbridge over the week end. i JIlss Dohcrly is confined to her1- hoim> through illness. tfr'1' cases' of the 'ilu are report- ed- in 'town. Imitations for (he old fashioned leap year dsthce that have ticca lost, slray- ed or Etoleu are all being recalled by the president, tho manage- ment cpunuiUeo iv ill luok into Ihe inaUrjr at the door, as invitations have been issued to young ladies by y a riles outside of thu connniltcc. Tins Is- a rictiy married people's dance, out- de of our teachers All kids aro lo ay at home. Mrs. J. Sleele eiilcrtained a umber of her friends on Friday eve- "HE at; a whist narly. The 1-16 school district are holding PYTHIANS ENTERTAIN KIDDIES WITH "TREAT" Mdl, all A. Palls, Wis. say enobgh in praise iwere unfortunate enough to IDS otit-Isufferedfrohi 'tiielr'reespecltve'bfilniices while haul otganictrxmbleoand llonle Baj. dark'. No seridu liflyEidehurt.nie so injury is reported, a gfjoi iJeouWhwdlyteoP 'siiklH6--up. from my; bed, Midi Th6 manj, of-Clinton Jone wunnabletodomy arc very lcnrn death occurred In J.ethbridge, 'Jan the best doctors n ,ong ,..resident Hie. comrnunlty and highly teemed by all who Xnew Hjm. Dyrou Tinrnlinm carat jut .from Lelhbridge Saturday where he. .hfl !spent Ihe. .week '.trnbRaclln'E buslnes Mrs. John Bunri has just receive I word lhai her Mrs. ,Haro .Cole and her ihreo children will .span !lhe summer wilh her Ihis year. Th friends .of Mrs. Cole Vil.l he glad i deed to welcome-her back, and ft anxious to hear her describe the li "down south." She has made h home" je'ar nervousneM, er brr" should ,eir annual school election Saturday, r. and Mrs. Mhn.Kclley haVe nio'ved lo .Mr. Thompson's residence. On Friday, evening, Feb. 6tb, Iho ap year dance bejug planned by Ihe 'omen's Inslilute will be in- progress i Kllert's hall. Tlie committee in !mrge nre making extensive prepara- ons and il is certain not the slfghlcst etall vhk'h would contribute toward taking the evening one of great- st success will be omitted. Tho.en- of Qxccllenl mUsic and the leasing program arranged will un- bnbtedly fill Ihe hall wilh eager lessure seekers. Mrs. lieech has been confined to ,er horiie for tho past .week through lltiess. Miss Sallie Alhercht was a iridge visitor during the week. Mrs.' Mbyrc and cliililreu made a rip lo Lelhbrldgo for a few. days he beginning of the week. The Catholic. Ladies' Aid win, meet il the hoine of Mrs. J. B. Elicrl on he Ihird Tuesday of this month. ric1gcr: doctors ''clioose, that T tbid''vtfio solution ot the Egyptian problem by the mission headed by Yfscoiwt Milner is improh- f Ihe Drit- greai mass ot Information relative 10 the situation here, has reacn- ed a phase wh'ich mahds 11 virlnally impossible for the to ncgol- iale with any representative Egyptian hotly, and it is believed the delibera- lioas will be a'djourned and resumed, -In London, unless- the position chan- ges soon. help the to functionate and influence the liver and kidneys to act Yery CANDY Cathartic (From Our Own COLBMAN, Jan. annual Christmas Ires, the red letter day in he lite of Sentinel Lodge No. 25. vnlfhta of Pythias of Colcman, was held in the Castle hall on Friday even- ng. Jan. 16th, when over 100 kiddies of the meffibers ot the lodea accom- panied by tholr parents wore enter- .alncd lo their customary Christmas f.rest. The children as they gathered in the hall were allowed to lomu and play at Iheir various games to their hearts, content without restraint until time for tho evening's entertainment to begin. Bro. J. It. Woods, C.C. oc cupled lh.o chair and ou rising ex. pressed the great pleasure it gave.bin: to see so many happy little smiling faces present and regretted that they were so In arranging for their annual entertainment, but as he be- lieved in the old adage, "Jlel'ter late 'than he hoped that once the) got started that they would make u [for the lost time and ho knew tha with the eitru lime they would b better prepared to do their little bi owards; entertaining each other Santa Glaus being a very busy raai hey bad bad difficulty in arranging date -with: him, hot'finally had go him to" consent to be present wit :herh this evening to 'distribute th ;ood things which ho had Tor each little one, not knowln whether he intended coming by ca or train he could not-say-when Jie would arrive, but he assured them they could rely on 'him keeping his promise. Recitations, songs and duets, itlano solos and dialogues were rendered by the little ones in tlielr own inimitable s'.ylo until supper was announced. It was now that the only hilch.in a perfect, evening's enjoyment occurred. The baud ot willing Pythian sisters who acted as wallers threat- ened to give up the hopeless task to which they had been assigned, as quick as they could fill the plates with tlie .best of sandwiches and-cakes the cups with'tea and coffee It seemed as i! a ruaglcian had waved his wand and presto, everything was gone, some expressed the opinion that they were till tho bottomless pits, have been train jig their appetites in the same man- ner'in which-they liad trained their musical abilities. well bat ends well. The Sisters were en- couraged to put forth greater efforts and wilh the of some of Ihe jrothcr Knights soon saw' that theyj irere gaining ground -and eventually, had every one loaded to capa- Heing charged anew with the cup '.that 'cheers the concert .was re- cumed and wllh aid of some of their ciders conlinuad" with the same vim as marked1 the first part until Sahla Clause entered wilh his hells jingling, lo Ihe tune of "He's a Jolly Good Fel- low" followed by three girls wlio sang "Santa Glaus has Come .to Town." Santa being introduced the'n. distr.ibnt- ed the toys-.and books ari4 gtimes among the little ones and'thus' end- ed'one of Ihe most enjoyable ,eve- litig'a entertainment yet held by the Knights' 'of.Pylhias, liappy though' tir- ed each liltle one was handled a hag of candies and fruit as they dispersed well satisfied Tvith.lho world in gen oral, and Sanla .Glaus in particular. Winnipeg real estate is reported lo je moving very actively. are mack-strong and stuniy by rational exercise and proper is stuffed with foods Ktve been robbed of min- eral salts is a dull boy. Shradfed Wheat is Ac perfect food for children becnise it antes all the barn-making, tissoe- materwlin dte whole Tvfeat giain. Akeak fast of two Shredded wthhot milk jnes a zest for study' and play- costs only a fevr cents. ijiyo liill liit wait or medical'.: c.qiifiJiay it. regard o tlie wish to einphatically, that 1 ''tihi in c'tiarge Foremost Muhicfiiai Hoa-i arc such, that under no circumstances can I benefit taancially from the hospital- pro- ceeds. have on file a circular letter from r Gttlt Hospital, dated Nov. '2S, I51G, 1101 laying all tloators and muni- cipalities that fiiiannial arrangements Waijiy'haVc'to be riiadoliero'rb liiitionta front outside districts ;ir'd admitted. And il was tnis similar slated verbally, that Is Hiipposcd (o liave created nil of this popular In- dignation. 'Regarding ..gorofnment 'grants re- ceived, we diem grant, which for IfllO 'amounts' to the muni- ficdnt sum of linn- dred and fievenjy-fivn dollars. Oilier- wise wo haVc. nuvcr received nny grants. also slat'cd'that several iirorui-' nent farmers ofterud to. sign a' iiole guaranteeing- Jho patient's this is iiowa fo mo and-.no such offer was ma do to inci .If you will be kind .enough to lot'me know the names of Ibeye plinanihrophic gentlemen, I sbali bo indebted'to. you. And finally if you can furnish mo wilh tho name of any policeman, who told riio 'that atimigsion wna compul- sory, I should llkc.iq have it. u conclusion. 1 must, stiy that your arlitlo was'due to the ravings 6f ah trro.sponsiule individual and It la an unpleasant surprise to mo lo sec ji newspaper, of your standing, publish, sticli mis-slaleincTits, which arc not based ou fncls; And should I be taken and yon have the facts, your presentation of them wmiM appre- ciated. 'Hoping you will correct the wrong impression you have created, but not unless you have satisfied yourself that such la due me. I am Yours truly. Samuel D. Coughs and Colds Nights which say> the vitality.' er lurki Iricverj' a cokl U lo tun. Assist Inhrinfiyour children and avoid serious complicaUons byliic piompl use Svrup CO years In bur ill s OTTAWA CARPENTERS OTTAWA, Feb. dollar an hour Is the wage which the carpen- ters' union of Ottawa will demand tnts year. The 'rate "will not' tie decided upon, however, until the ifhole scale of. wages In. the building trades is Considered by representatives'of the building trades council and the con- tractors. A meeting of these two bod- ;ieJi will be held drawn up for all of the building trades for this year. Carpenters are now get- ting GO cents-an hour. trian industries has arrived In Lon- don withi'tancy goods to'the'value! of These will be sold fin Eng- land andl the proceeds will be devoted to obtaining necessary 'rais iiiiateriais mainly inetals and to enable tho re-openhig of Austrian The-b'arler isystem has been presorted to owing to the depreciated currency. AUSTR1ANS WANT RAW PRODUCTS LONDON, Feb. large delega- tion representing Iho principal Aus- Ciiticura Soap ---------AlSD OINTMENT-------- the Skin W omen of Canada Testify Am .more than wilh Dr. Picrcr'n Ivnvoritc Prwcripliou, I __ 'was, and icrvoufl tlwt 1 ro'jld not fit ay house nl'juo m ilia (by-liinc nnd Iricfl ovtry liind of 1 hoird of hit no rwnilt. One ol my frjcud? ndTfccd me lo il did. .Allft (aking TO-NIGHT-, Tomorrow Alnfifht Get a 25 Box KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS INSTALL (IMnchcr Crock Kdio.) 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