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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1MI THB LgTHBRTDflB PATTY TTEKA7.P PAGE NOWISTHETIMETOGET RIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACfflNERY-DSE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT Lethbridge Gains Two Good Citizens Bow Island Expresses Regret at Lpss of Mr. and Mrs. McWil- Parties Popular (from Oer Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Fob. meet- lag for the study of tho Sunday School lesion was hold at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Still last Thursday The number attending these meetings Is Increasing and the work token up ii Interesting and helpful. The Ladles' AW of tho United Church mat at tho Roat Room last! Thursday afternoon and sewing done by tae members. After a short buslueu meeting a social time was I a dainty lunch being served >y Mrs. W. Potter, Mm. T. Ingoldeby, Mn. II. King. Mrs. A. F. Werts will bo the hos- tess on February lOtb, .when tho ladies will meet at ker homo. On Sunday evening Rev. J. D; Tay- tor, of Foremost, had charge of tho in St. Andrew's church, choosing for his text James IV, 14th Wrse, and- dwelling particularly on the words, "What is your The tpofitle, James, said life was a vapor. The speaker spoke on controlled vapor, and what was accomplished by it, and also ot uncontrolled vapor and what harm was wrought by it and then fittingly put the question to each OM present, "What is your JHe pointed out the difference between the controlled life and the uncontrol- led life; the formar leads upwards while the latter leads downward. Not Sending Delegate At the school board meeting last it was decided to not send a delegate to the Trustees' convention In session this .-.veok. The Road Club held the third of ita of social evening last Wednes- day at the home o[ Mrs. F. O. McKen- na. Progressive Rook was in play dur- ing the evening, after which a social hour was epont, the hostess serving dainty 'refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Duffy eijtertain- ed a few of their friends at their homo last Wednesday evening. Three tables of progressive Five Hundred were in play during the evening, tho honors being awarded Mrs. A. W. Fuller and C. Batemen, while consolations were handed Miss Knox and A. Hobson. V. Duffy assisted the hostess in serving a dainty luuch which brought to a clom a very pleasant evening. A very enjoyable party was the one at Mrs. M. Simpson's home, northeast of town, last Wednesday night. Sever- al were present from Winnlrreil and a few I'rorn How Island, besides many from the" honion nearby. Progressive Whist was played anil about midnight lunch was served. Tho G. W. V. A. held one ol the series of dances In their hall lut Fri- day night, which was well attended. Music was furnished by tho Hoaglln orchestra. "The the home ot Mr. and Mrs. F. McWiUlams was taken pos- session of list Thursday evening by about thirty of their friends, and a very pleasant evening was spent. Games of different kinds .were enjoy- ed after which a dainty lunch was served and a social hour spent. Just ere tho friends departed, Mr. A. F. Dulmage, presented to Mr. and Mrs. McWilliams a coffee percolator on be- half of those present. Both responded briefly after the presentation. Mr. and Mrs. McWiliiaras moved to Bow Island nine years ago whero Mr. WINNIFRED CHURCH AND SUNDAY SCHOOL ELECTED OFFICERS (From Our Own Correspondent) WINNIPHBD, Feb. Ladies' Aid hoiil its annual meeting Thursday, Jan. 7th, nud the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. J. Hodgson; first vice-president, O. Scott; eecretary, Mrs. S. E. Angle; treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Larson. Winnifred school opened again on Wednesday, Jan. 26th. It was clos- ed because no teacher had been en- gaged to begin the new year. Tho election of church officers for the new year was very well attended. Rev. Rodgers acted chairman for the meeting. The members ot the board are Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'Lar- son, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Long, Mrs. Mr. W. H. Scott in now entitled to act as justice of the peace, having received the appointment this wes'fc. Mrs. Wilfred Parker, formerly of Winnifred but now of Red Willow, Lethbridgo where they are moving ho ,JU" will be with the same company. While In Bow Island they havo mado many friends .who are sorry to have them move from their midst, but who also join in wishing for them a pleas- Levenne to come and care for this week. She has nursed In Mrs. Parker's home several times. Officers elected for Sunday school are as follows; Mrs. S. B. Angle, in- ant and prosperous stay ir. Lethbridge. perratendent; Mrs. C. A. Larson, as- A sleighing party visited the home "Istant swermtendeU; Louiie Col- of Mrs. C. Carlson last Thursday even- ing where they were made very wel- erer; May Phillips, teach- come by this amiable hostess. Pro- ers. Class 1, Mrs. H. T. Luther; Class gressive Whist was enjoyed during the 2. Mrs- c- Class J; evening, and a little later a dainty (Rev.) Rodgers; Bible class, Mrs. S; lunch was served. The sleighing party B- Angle. arrived home shortly after midnight. The scholars greeted Miss Dora all delighted, with the evening thus Maloney with gladnees on Wednes- spent. A Farewell Party The Rest Room wag the scene of a farewell party on Monday afternoon, given by the Ladies' Aid of the United Church, in honor of one of the mem- t bers, Mrs. F. McWilllamB, who is leav- day. A good start is everything in the schools, and the school board was very fortunate in securing Miss Ma- loney, who comes highly recom- mended. It is with regret that we report the removal from our neighborhood of The Ladies Aid met at the homo ivi. i-ianna, Mrs. A. u. uage, Mrs. j. .V, r, w v. 1 Pollett, Mrs. F. McWilliams Mrs. Hurl-! ot Mrs- AIeI- Tuesday, Feb 1, hurt and Master John Schonert. A to en'ov a soclal wlth Mr." dainty iiinch, ice cream and waters, with tho ever pleasing cup of tea was served and a social time enjoyed. Dur- ing tho Mra. Hurlburt on behalf of the Ladies' Aid presented a Smith, who is in The weather the MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "Camurnia" Syrup of Figs for the name California orj the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, .tnd b'owole. Children love Us fruity taste. Full directions on each hottle. You must say Advertisement. Stop That Tickling In The Throat By U.sing DR. WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP continued fair ami moderately warm. Friday and Saturday a little colder. A most enjovable surprise parly LJCJUUL Ul LllO JUilUlCb .111U JJlCOCUltTU U> i T oft crumb-brush and tray to Mrs. McWill- PIace Saturday evening. Jan. 29, Jams as a slight token of the apprecia- at tna home of Mervyn brothers, when tion of the members of the Aid to 45 neoPlf> gathered there to enjoy which Mrs. McWilliams gave n luting tM evening. Eight tables were set reply. Report on Convention The TJ. F. W. A. met last Saturday for progressive whist. When the score cards were tallied Mrs. Dowler. Mrs. Reginbal Mrs. Davis and ADVERTISE YOUR FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY For Sale Here The Herald is the most satisfactory means of communication with people of your own city and district. Send your ad. to the Herald and you'll be sure of a reader We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 51.00 an 02. Salway Hair Factory. Cardston, Alta. night. Mrs. E. Thompson, who was dele- Shamel made ladies highest sate to the convention in Edmonton, acore. a pack of cards being cut to! listened tha, Gentlemen, Mr. Webster, Mr. tie Mr. cutting high cards and won flrst That tickling in the throat sensa- tion is most distressing and causes R nasty, irritating, dry cough that not only keeps you in misery all day long, but also 'prevents you enjoying a good night's rest. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, is composed of the most sooth- big and healing expectorant herbs and barks combined with the lung, healing .virtues of the world-famous Korway Pine tree, will give almost Instant relief in all cases of tills nature. Mr. B. A. Price, Port Carting, Ont, about a month las', toll, I had a bad cold and cough and B tickling in my throat. I coughed nearijj all the time. I tried different remedies and cough syrups, but could get no relief. A friend advised mo to use Dr. Wood's Norway-Pine Syrup and before I had used two bottles, my cough was all gone, and gono for good. I hare not coughed since." Dr. Wood's Norway Pins Syrup is rut up In a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark; price 35c. and SOc. a bottle at all dealers; man- ufactured only by The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, tisement. gave her report which was to with interest by the members. Mr. I. n. James, gave a splendid Collins, Mr. Regmbal, report of tho U. F. A. convention on matters of greatest importance to Bow Island local at the U. A. A. meeting last Saturday evening. At the close of the meeting an auc- tion sale was held, proceeds of the sale amounting to J23. The U. F. A. and U. F. W. A. are having a social eveniug next Tuesday, February Sth. Last night two sleigh loads of the younger set of Bow Island drove out to Mra. M. Simpson's and spent a pleasant time with games and 'other amusements. About midnight refresh- ments were served and a little later tlie sleighing party started for home reaching BO.W Island about 2 a.m. All >ng visited report this one of the best evenings weeks, of the year. Mrs. Whitney entertained a few friends at bridge last evening. Iho Ang.lrcm Lailies' Aid with Ware on 'Ibursday afternoon Mrs. Hodgson, of Winnifrad, and her guest, Miss McKee, of Fawn, S. D., were Bow Island visitors last Satur- day afternoon. Mayor Reid spent Sundny witu h's brother in Lethbridge. Bob Arthurs, .who is spending the winter in Vauxball, was in Bow Island, on Saturday. Mrs. H. Roach has as her house guest Mrs. Claypoole, of Swalhvell. T. B. Hands, J. J. Brown, R. Lake and E.-Willmutt motored to Taber en Saturday, but owing to an accident to the auto near Purnlo Springs on their way home, they made the re- mainder of the trip by 0. P. R Ilev. Jno. Taylor, of the Foremost circuit, tpent Sunday in town. Rev. V. M. Gilbert motored lo Fore- most and uad charge -services there on Sunday. Miss Andrews, of Calgary, sister of Mrs. Ed. Raunio, la avguest of Mrs. T. R. Blaine. Mr. Geo. Lewis left on Saturday night for his home in Macleod. Mr. Bell, of Lethbridge, has been Mra. Carl Hillestead was reported dangerously sick last week, but is progressing nicely this week. Mr. Hillestead being away from home re- turned just in time to assist his family. Lulu Smitk entertained a tew friends Feb. 1st, the guests being Dorothy Denison, Estella Dowler, Frank Hillis, R. B. Aylor and J. A. Turner. A grand evening was en- joyed, and everyone went away high- ly delighted. Mr. 0. H. Coopor returned from his trip Tuesday evening, Feb. 1st, hav- "in the States several i Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Godfrey moved into the Walter Bowerman home, Feb. 1st. Winnifred is to have a dance on Feb. 14th. Valentine dance, the best of music will be engaged and a glori- ous time promised. W. H. Scott and K. K. Bergan re- turned from Edmonton and reported presentation speech. Mrs. Powelson voiced her appreciation of the beauti- ful gift and spoke of the pleasure de- rived through her association with tho primary workers. Pres. Nettie Dahl and councillor Retta Walton spoke on the efficient work done by the retiring 'member. A most pleas- ant evening was brought to a close by the company singing "Qood Night, Ladies." Mr. J. J. Mangan returned this week from Waila Walla, to look af- ter his farming interest here. Mr. Mangan i-s one ot the big farmers in the Raymond district. T. J. O'Brien was a business visitor to Warner today. J. E. Davis, instructor in Vet. Sci- ence at the A. C. leaves the end of tho week for Taber, his work at the college having been completed for engaged by the Bow Island Drug and riirtment On Saturday, January 29th, at Mrs. Allen's Maternity Hospital, a sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Ronnie. HONOR SERVICE OF Smoke Dittinctin in flavor M and aroma ofdigestiOB_ MRS. POWELSON (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Feb. Vioia Alexander leaves for Salt Lake City Feb. 3rd, where she will enter the University of .Utah., to specialize In domestic science and home mauage- ment. Mrs. N. B. Shorten who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Powei- son for the past two weeks, left for Edmonton this morning where ahe will join her husband, Dr. Shorten. The Taylor stake primary officers entertained at the home ot Mra. H. S. Allen In honor of Mrs. John Powel- son who is retiring from tho board af- ter a number of years of faithful service. The evening was pleasantly spent In games. Mrs. Snow, Mrs. L. D. King, Mrs. H. S. Alien and Mies Kileen Salmon delighted those pres- ent with their vocal selections, Miss MadgO'Stevenson acting as accompan- ist. After the serving of delicious re- freshments, the honored guest wag presented with a silver mounted table mirror, Mrs. H. S, Alien making the i this term. The students in his de- rite on their finals on Friday, Feb. 4tU. Mr. J. Richmond ot Chicago, plow expert for the I.H.C. Co., gave a splen- did lecture at the A. C. college yester- day to the students of that institution and the boys from the K. A. on "Plow Problems." Later he was interviewed by a number of farmers at ths local I.H.C. office of the Raymond Mercan- tile. Douglas Paris, son of Wm. Paria, Raymond has joined the Bank of Montreal staff. Mra. Warren Depew returned from Payson, Utah, on tonight's train. the U.F.A. convention a perfect suc- cess. A large number of Winnifred whist players attended one of the most en- joyable social events of the season, given at home of Mr. and Mra. Albert Simpson, Bow Island last week. It proved a decided success. Mr. Jack Rygg was appointed jani- tor by the school board for tho Winni- fred school. Mr. J. M. Hughes made a business trip to Winnifred Tuesday, 'February 1st. The Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A. S. McDonald, Thurs- day, February 10th. Everybody cor- dially invited. Mr. T. Winchcombe and C. Keliar are putting up their ice in tho same building this year. Mrs. Jack Chisholm and babies re- turned from their Medicine Hat visit this P. J. Marce made a business trip to Winnifred on Feb. 1st. Mra. B. Gosselin entertained a few friends on January 26th at whist, in compliment to Jas. Robertson of Medicine Hat. Mr. P. De WaH moved a small building from Redc'.tff this week and expects to remain in Winnifred Mr. Frank Lawson made a busi- ness trip to Mapli Cresk this week, looking after his farm. Harold Sheparcl is in Calgary, being appointed to look into school matters. John Schan went to Prelate, Sask., this week on business, expecting to be away some time. Jas. Robinson of Medicine Hat, came to Winnifred to hand out relief to tha families urgently in need last week. R. C. Gloze, Imperial Oil inspector of Medicine Hat, was in Winnifred. 'Friday, Jan. 28th. M. H. Smith and his staff finished stock taking Monday night. Mr. T. C. Godfrey and Harvey Dav- is were Medicine Hat business call- ers this week. Harry Hillis of Irvine, was visit- Ing his brother, Frank, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Strand were in Medicine Hat last week, Mr. Strand representing his district regarding the rainmaker. Geo. Roan returned from Calgary, Saturday, Jan. 29th. I Local market: Butter 35c; eggs 55c this week. TRIER PONZIED FINANCE; TWO YEARS IN JAIL MONTREAL. Feb. to emulate Ponzi has landed William C. Colling In jail for two years. He vic- timized over 200 farmers and coun- try produce dealers through a mail circular system which promised them enormous profits. Only a few bene- fitted through the scheme. Collins was convicted of using the mails to defraud. 1 PILL A LAXATIVE 2 PILLS A CATHARTIC 3 PILLS A PURGATIVE This Is The Way Mllburn's Laxa- Liver Pills Work You will never use any of the old griping, nauseating, sickening, purg- ing pills, containing as they do calo- mel and other drastic mineral Ingred- ients, onre you use Milburn's Laxa- Liver, a pill that is purely vegetable. Owing to the great care- used in procuring the highest grade of druga from vhieh they are manufactured, they are-as near perfect as it is pos- sible to get a laxative remedy. Thtw work gently and effectively, without gripe or pain. If you are troubled with constipa- tion, biliousness; driven to dlstrac tion with gick heartaches, if your tongue Is coated, your breath bad, your complexion muddy, your eyes yellow, have floating specks before the eyes, iaundico, Itching, bleeding or protruding piles, stir up your slug- gish liver with a few doses of Mil- burn's Laxa-Liver Pills. Mrs. Roy Mackie, Orillla, Ont., desire to express mjr thanks for tho relief I have had by using Milburn's Laxa-Hver Pills. had been suffering for some time 'from constipation and bad headaches. I tried all sorts of cures, which did no good, until I was advised to try your pills. I got great relief after taking only a few doses." Price 25c. a vial at all dealers, of mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, You Should Take Care largely a matter of Good Digestion. A wise penon should use Beecham'a Pills to relieve digestive ills and correct stomachic On ac- count of their service and reputation fornliibility-TAKC BEECHAM'S PILLS Mary Buehler Gains Ten Pounds and Feels Like An Entirely Differ- ent Woman, She Declares. "Tanlac has completely relieved me of troubles from which I suffered for three long years, and I'm now feeling just as fine as I ever did in my said Mrs. Mary A. Buehler, ot Stone- wall, Man. "Three years ago my health broke down and my nerves became all un- strung and 1 was almost a total wreck. 1 spent more than a year In tho West in an effort to regain my health, but in spite of everything I couid do I failed to get any better. "My appetite was very poor and the little I did manage to eat seemed to give mo no nourishment, as I kept getting weaker instead of stronger. I didn't have any energy, and, al- though I didn't do any work, before the day was over I was completely worn out. I was so nervous that the least little noise would bother me; even tha dogs barking would cause me to jump, and at night I would lie awake for hours unable to sleep. "I finally started taking Tanlac on tho advico of my brother-in-law, who lives in the States, and the way it has restored my health has been nothing less than remarkable. Why my appe- tite is so splendid now that I eat just anything set before me, and my food agrees with me so well I've already gained ten pounds in weight. "That tired, worn out feeling has entirely disappeared and my nerves are just as steady aa a clock. I sleep good and sound every night and am feeling just fine in every respect. Tan- lac is certainly a grand medicine and I'm only too glad to give rny state- ment for the benefit it may be to others." Taniac Is sold In Lethbridge by J. D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited, drug- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OSTEPATHIC SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mall, regarding Vlavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavl Co. Mra. K. F. Hunck. FSone 18S3. 527 8th St. S. NEWS AND VIEWS Rending is the greatest factor In cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom is pertect. It may not distress you no but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter seo us lor a free examination. J, M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Opposito tha, Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadla Phone 1616. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1066. 31-21 OXY-ACETTLBNB WELDINO W. N. KDTH. Comer 1st Are. and 10th Street ELECTEIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractor! Phone 1332 409 fith St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING O. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to tho leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 627 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OP ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forma from tha secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. C, Lethbridge. DR. J. D. HORNING. OSTBOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Bide. Hours and by appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS THB VAN HAAKLKM Prtfute Hos- plUI, 1224 7th Am S.. Lethbridce; Phone Accommodation tor ni> gtcal, medical and maternity fa- tlents. Private and unt-prlTmte rooms. Kates tSJ.M and (36 a week. Write (or information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haartom, superin- tendent. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Greenham. B. A.; Margaret E. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College. Toronto. 16-26 Emply WHISKEY. WINE and SPIRIT Barrels for Sale BARRELS RUN FROM 40 GALLONS TO 60 GALLONS. KING'S EXPORTING AGENCY OF DOMINION BLOCK. FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your inter- est to try US. We have an up4o-date Machine Shop and employ only firct-cliM Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinder! reground, and with pistons and NIVENBROS. 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. MUSIC HISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the namloatlong of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music -eiama If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S Eth Are. A South. CLEANERS AND PRES8ER8 THB In French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 Sth Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun vork done by a gunsmith: keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031. 6th Street, opposite Herald Offlce. DECORATING WELLINGTON tors, Panerhancen; and Painters; General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Bes. phone 1472; offlce phone 1763. Sherlock BIdg., Leth- bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhaneing. Phone 690. Sll Sth Avenue South. 117.4 B. L. Copelani B. R. Kent Phone 1803. Phone 154T THB PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanrlni a specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience te Exterior and Interior Decorating 987 lltli Street South Estimate! free, RVL, phone, llilt WINTER RADIATORS Why not your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored befora the trait comes, with tie best Honey-comb Con obtainable. Drop In and let as Ull yon about It, or who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvif Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS Doris I. R. Cocq _ _ i ......f sa COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. HERALD WANIt ;