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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1W1 THB MTHFrUntSB PACB TMMRR NOWISTHET1HETOGFTR1DOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT LAND SALES IN Dtbate on Consolidated Schools Church, Taber, Hns Good Year {From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Fob. somewhat Im- portant sales of land have taken place In the vicinity of late. O. A. Hantho, manager of tho U.G.G. elevator hore, lias purchased tho 21 acres of irrigat- ed land, situated four miles west of town, owned by R. Q. Todd, from tho latter through tho Sundal Agency. Chas. Hastings, of Fincastle, who has WHEAT SHOWS BIG DROP, CARMANGAY (From Our Own i CAKMANOAY, Feb. 4.-The Oddfol- lows' huvo arranged to Uold their un- nual dance aiid supper nn February 2.tli. This Is the blM'eit ovl-'ut lno ticasoii in Curnumgay. Wallace Miller, ot has been appointed minister of agriculture iu the cabinet of the- mock parliament at tho Cluresholm Hohool of Agricul- turo. Wheat is 37c lower in .-price bore now than it was on January 12th. Mrs. D. Carter, of Vancouror, is hore and will make an extended tho bomo ot Mr. been farming in that section for tho past nine years, has sold his farm two miles south of the main road, and seven miles east of Taber, to Mr. Price, who has been the tenant on tho Teuton place. I aul1 Mre- a Beaumont. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. F. ill for some time, but is now improv- ing slowly. Wilbur Parker., from Washington, tetn spending a week visiting at home of his cousin, Mrs. J. D. Mr, W. Peacock are spend- T. A. Williams visited Lethbridge Bay on 10th, under tho aus is recovering from the effect, of a fall A. hall. Mr. Lrilg ana insist- __ te nnn necial will Naughton be authorized to sign cheq- turo being featured for tho afternoon at 3.30. "in'tho L.D.S. church on Tuesday of' A in last week, a stirring debate took place uos this year. Councillor Messinger is to act as deputy to the secretary, treasurer also. at the (Prom Our Own Correspondent) BARONS, Feb. Whiteuido and Oledhlll left Barons on Monday noon train en route to Coal- dale, after spending one week at Willie Lake. Tho Ladles' Aid of Barons church will bo held in tho church on Tues- day next, p'ebruary 8th, at 3.00 p.m. All ladles are welcome. Miss H. member o( Bar- ons' Consolidated school staff, was on the sick list last week. She is now much improved. Miss E. Stroto Is giving a musical evening on February llth, under the auspices of the choral society in Man- hattan hall. Mr. F. Gledhill, the great bass singer for Western Canada, is expected to take part in this pro- Mr. R. J. Monds spent the week end past LOW successor to Mr. McNally. Mr. T. Slaymaker Is now very busy at his harness shop, overhauling those sets that are being brought to him. At least some farmers are looking forward to the coming spring's work. Mr, Akren, the Barons' barber, is 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'll1 be sure erf a reader PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS suffering from typhoid, BO Bays the report. He is a patient at the Gait and other eating utensils and it is very Bailer, wanted at Winnipeg (or mur- hospital in Lethbridge. j important to note, that these must be The snow fall for the month of' disinfected before they leave the pu- January, 1921, was remarkably small, tient's room, with scalding water and it being estimated that only five Inch-, some good antiseptic soap, es fell during the past month. The friends of Mrs. F. Cut forth will be pleased to learn that the tlent, or vases which have been used operation recently undergone in the in decorating the room, or toilot ar- Calgary general hospital, waa so far tides of any kjnd must be disinfect- In the same way, any toys which may have been used by a small pa- of interest to both parties, which as- Bisted all concerned" in seeing clearly cern' ani into common problems, only part of the wore present. Const. Frewin, of the A.P.P., took to Lothbridge on Sunday night a man named Flnlay, wanted for uttering worthless checks. The A.P.P. returned on the afternoon train Monday. The monthly Women's Institute by Coun-: successful. We all hope for her speedy ed. It tills Is Impractical, they must be -1- destroyed, All food which the patient Malyor FalrBeld, made has not used be burned, and .j Bow Island on Wed- should not be allowed to stand, in tha the council some con-! afternoon, being called to the sick room. bedside of his brother-in-law, who The room should be kept alweys iperature of 70 degrees, and be a thermometer in the ast wee a srrns eae oo pa w the subject orconsolidatod schools cillor McKay. Estimates are to be oh- recovery. A recent meeting of teachers and ,COBt VmH His worship, trustee was held to discuss matters The scarcity of water in the Little L tlying to rties, which as- Bow the council some con- 1 nesday afternoo n seeing clearly and >f bedside of his _ Wo understand plant may have to be shut down which was very 8eriously ill. We are sorry at a temper, chers, however, voM leava the town without light. to Mr. Tate haa there ghould v" PICTURE BUTTE FARMERS HAVE IRRIGATION HOPES (From Our Own Correspondent) PICTURE BUTTE, Feb. away. Sincere sympathy to the rela- tives and friends. room for observation and control. All sweeping should be avoided, or der, are without foundation in fact, according to Inspector Tait of the provincial police here, who said lie had received word last night that Bull- er was in the Wadena district. LADIES We make switches, transformations. etc., from your comblugn. Switches an m. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alts. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. Z9-26 FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavi Co. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phone 1883. 637 8tU St. S. 12-26 When ordering goods by mall send a Dominion Express Money Order. TJTTTT o meeting will be held at the home of Qultet a large number of ladles took' covtAtomK a disinfectant Mrs. Furman. on Friday afternoon of weather still continues to be tee and advantage of this lovely day and1, All discharges (such this and-a varied" program will Pthered in th! The me8t- softs of conveyances are in evidence. Sleighs, care, bicycles and many oth- ers. The farmers of the Picture Butte Iron Springs district are much waa sung entitled "Old Black ajter .which the club woman's creed pleased tion being well on the by 'undav School held uon Dems gates was repeated altogether, and then general routine business. The dele- gates to the Southern District Con on March 22-23, 1921, was the presi- 'dent, Mrs. S. Pike. The special feat-' ure of the afternoon was. a cake. pros: be given by the members. Moderation League Petition A petition Instituted by the modera- tion league is being circulated locally. It calls for government and the sale thus of light wines and beer. St. Theodore's Si their Xmas tree a being belated, as it was im- possible to bold them at the usual time. Perhaps the novelty assisted the enjoyment of the occasion, for the kiddies celebrated in hearty fashion. Thos. Longworth, of the Lethbridge G.W.V.A. and employment bureau, addressed a meeting in the Vets' hall last week on the relief work of the organization, and relief work .will be taken up hero as a result. The' miners held a successful dance and social in the hall on Tuesday of !ThosB last week, to celebrate night, and the hall was crowded, over seven- ty couples taking the floor. Tho Mm- .1.-, T- u- i UIUUB-H. .u a. ers' band and Patterson's orchestra an profit and supplied a fine brand of music. J. D. j t, tha t0 thls For the Wilson, acting as floorwalker. A var- many ltems 'I'610''1 tho March meeting the Institute will hold The Women's Institute held their dusting with brushes, and cleaning of regular monthly meeting on Thurs-' all kinds should be done with a scrub day afternoon at This was one cloth and disinfectant solutloa. of tho finest days, perhaps, ever seen Bedding sho-jlc! bs changed Jn the middle of the winter months, j ly, and the clothes thrown into water a disinfectant. sputum, (or ildered extrem- presided" oriir'by the presi- j ely dangerous to the community, dent, Mrs. S. Pike. The opening song LONDON PAPERS WILL AMALGAMATE started are busily engaged for use when the thermometer stands. demonstration by Mrs. H. Johnston, a at 80 in the shade member of the staff of Barons' con- Many will regret to know that Dr. I aolMated 8chool A1, th jngredtontl Leech has pronounced another case WBre furnished and Mrs. Johnston of smallpox in Turin. Many will re-! mlMd same and the oake waa bak-a "Turin laast "nd' presented before the Institute has been kept 1 LONDON, Feb. Pall Mall Gazette announced today that it has is to be heia in Taber i amalgamated with the Globe and that both will be published as .one news- paper from next title of'the Pall MaJJTQazetie and Qlobe. WANTED FOR MURDER PRINCE ALBERT, Feb. ing Tumors as to the presence of Jim TO EUROPE ST. LIVERPOOL Feb. 9; Mar. IS Metagama Feb. 11, Mar. 11, Ap. 7.Em. Britain Feb. 26, Mar. 26, Apl. 27...Melita Mar. 3, Apl. Z Minnedosa Mar. B Corsican Mar. 24, Apl. 22 Emp.France Apl. 15 Victorian ST. GLASGOW Feb. 18, Apl. 1 Pretorlan Mar. S, Apl. 14 Sicilian ST. LONDON Apl. 18 Tunisian ST. SOUTHAMPTON- ANTWERP Feb. 22, Apl. 1 ...'...Scandinavian Apl. 16 Corsican Si. failtle kill hnlcil, for the past few weeks grinding cats Tery much iiated by ply, ottered to render any possible M, Corcoran haa retard from Ed- mienees come very In the country. led program of speeches and songs, further enlivened the evening and ward the close, the folk getting hun The Ladies' Aid was held at the j home of Mrs. John Tennant and a large number was present, much work and eicellent coffee to the view of the admiring throng, who took full ad- vantage of the occasion. The Burns' anniversary was also celebrated in the Vets' hall with an attendance of about fifty, with the very pleasant day was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haney, of Mon- tana, are visiting with Mrs. Haney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Kane. Mr. Arthur Norman has returned to Picture Butte after spending some usual supper that is known so woll to this occasion, including tha redoubt- um? r1il W lalt'week'at En Toast and song occupied the evening until the early hours of the morning. It is a pity Bobble was not tlure him- Clifford Rennolds chant, the guest of Mrs. Rennold's mother, Mrs. Shen- to enjoy the proceedings. Gojod Church Report Knox annual meeting- was held on the 19th inst., in the lecture room of ings, an encouragin, aented by Auditor R. G. Todd, show-' ing one of tbe best financial years the congregation bas ever had, tho Bum of over having been raised being cut away, and ott the church debt. Total indebtedness Mrs. E. H. F. Barren has received word that her sister, Florence a cake contest. All contestants are asked to get in touch with Mrs. Ivor- son as soon as possible. Mrs. H. Johnston will be the judge. Miss A. Erdman was a visitor In Lethbridge for a day or two of last week. While there sho was the guest of Mrs. Paul Irwln. lit toe you a judge of tobacco Miss Swanson, a graduate nurse from the Holy Cross hospital, gary, is a guest at her sisters, Mrs. Crow. Mrs. H. Johnston was a visitor .in' LethbyjlBe on Friday, February 4th. i A meeting was held in the church Thursday evening for the purpose of Remit by Dominion Express Money Order. If lost or stolen you get your money back. tho Canadian Girls in Training. A Matheson, who went as.a missionary will be held next week when definite work will be attempted. proed- report was pre-i Harvin retu ttouerc tiarvie uas from Lethbridge, where she attended the funeral of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. Fred Dickout, of Iron Springs, Charlie Harnie has returned! smpted. The Mohawk trail rangers will now iiold their regular Friday night camp, since the special 'services at church have closed. CLJINJ-A.RD Anchor Dohaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS CHER. BOURC. HAMBURG Saxonla...Mch. 7 ..Apr. 15 GLASGOW NEWS AND VIEWS Reading Is the greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom ii perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your ere- sight the more seriously It will affect your future health, and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Etn Si. S. Opposite the Empress Phone 1969 Residence Phone 1937 WHITE STAR DOMINION LlriC FROM PORTLAND Date. Steamer. To Feb. .......Liverpool Apr. .......Liverpool FROM HALIFAX Feb. .......Liverpool ....Plymouth Apr. .......Liverpool ....Liverpool American, Red Star and White Star Lines FROM NEW YORK ......Plymouth Feb. Tec. Feb. ........Liverpool ......Plymouth Mar. ___Plymouth Mar. .Liverpool ......Southampton ......Plymouth to Cherbourg and Antwerp. The Care of the Sickroom (By Bnco belden, M.D.) me uuuu t ULUI Jiiueuiuuiicba i. i _.. _ on tho church and manse, and in Uomo or ways, amounts to J2.600; J1.300 on several months with- her the manse, on the church and i V. ni. V n ot ?300 besides. Considering trie past' Mr' "turned year, the flnancial position of tho con- "pending some time la gregatlon is much better, and it islthe (He greaUy im. honpcl tn rlpir thlnea nn -innthpr vpar l'rossed with that part of the country A Smal in the treas he doe. not got there to stay. disease, the selection and after nlvfnC nranim? Business visitors to Coaldale today management ot the sick room Is one. were Hov. R. Cocoran. T. H. Whymari. of the most Important considerations. the financial outlook is good. The membership now stands at 140. The Taber Millinery store improve- ments in the way of remodelling, and redecorating the west section of the Hammer block, have been completed, and a large shipment of millinery from Toronto houses has been placed on ex- hibition. STAFF REDUCTION HALIFAX, Feb. forty per cent, reduction in the staff of the engineer- Mr. Tickler. TWO PROMINENT WINNIPEG MEN ARE SERIOUSLY ILL the Cassandra. Feb. 20 Cassandra. Apr 1 Saiurnia Apr. 22 NEW LIVERPOOL Carmania. .Mch. 8 Caronla ..Mch. 16 K.A. Vic. Mch. 22 Carmania Apr. 16 NEW CHERBOURG- SOUTHAMPTON An.uitania.Feb. 26 Imperator.Mch. 10 Aquitania.Mch. 22 Mauretanla.Apr 7 NEW CHER- HAMBURG Saxonla. .Mch. 5 Saxonia. ..Apr. 13 NEW CHERBOURG- LONDON Albania ____ Feb. 8 Albania... Mch. 19 NEW GLASGOW (Via Mo- j An intelligent knowledge 01 tne needs ville) In this direction may UB of great help Columbia.. Feb. 19 Algeria... Mar. B iu co-operating witu tne work of the NEW MEDITERRANEAN Calabria Feb. 24 PORTLAND, LIVERPOOL- GLASGOW Cassandra. Feb. 18 Cassandra. Mch. 30 In the care of sick people, especially from some Delightful Winter Cruises to West Indies, Panama Canal, South America, January, February, March, 1921. Largest Steamers to the Tropics. Apply any Railway or S.S. Agent or Company's Office, 286 Main Street, Winnipeg. doctor. If it is possible, tho patient should I be in a larye, airy and lignt-room, and pro- should in the quietest of surrolind- room should be prepared Full Information can he ing branch of the department of pub- ia dangor0usly ill and'confined to hi; lie works in the Interests of national UomB with trouble economy was announced last night FIEND PROPERLY SENTENCED Robinson, priotor of the department store which ___________ ________ bears his name, and one of the best- botore the patient is brought into It. known ploneor merchants ot the All unnoceusary furniture should be from all agents, or company'. West, is dangerously ill of dropsy, at removed, Hangings taken down, and 270'Main Street, Winnipeg, bia Winnipeg home. i carpets or upholstery taken out of tile R. L. Richardson, former editor of room, reducing the furniture, if pos- -______'._________" the Tribune, and M. P. for Springfleld, sible, to a light bedstead, a chair and socuiud ice, FARMERS! When In nead of any TRACTOR Repairs It will he to ypur inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted With over-size pistons and ringt. NIVEN BROS. 216 1rt S. Phone 1732. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI3 Suite 4, Acadla Block. Phone 1118. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1055. SKt OXY-ACETYLEN13 WELDINCJ W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Are. and 10th Street. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric: Light and Power Contractors Phone 1333 E1ICTUC 409 5th St. 8 Lethbrldgs Farm Liehting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cnrdaton Temple PIANO TUNING 0. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phona 1168. C27 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of Joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Eox No. 6, Lothbridgo. Hon. P. B. McCurdy who is here from Ottawa on a brief visit. HEAVY SNOW AT BRANDON BRANDON, Feb. Inches of PRINCE ALBERT, Feb. Bouchard was sentenced by Judge Em- bury here yesterday at the court of Wow fell during Thursday and this king's bench to 17 yearn' penal morning, making a total fall for the tude and to receive 45 lashet and two yew of Z6 Inches. The recent fall Is years' Imprisonment to run concur- the heaviest of the winter. At this rently for having carnal knowledge time one year ago there bad been a and of indecently assaulting a 10- lall of 42 Inches. j year-old (Irl. a table. The walls mid wood work should be cleaned with a damp cloth. As much direct sunlight as possible should be-let into the room. After the sick person has been brought in, it should be assumed that everything carried into the room be- comes infected, and must be in some way disinfected, or else destroyed. This, of course, all dishes Dominion Expreta Money are on sale In five thousand offices j throughout Empty WHISKEY. WINE and SPIRIT Barrels for Sale BARRELS RUN FROM 40 GALLONS TO M GALLONS. KING'S EXPORTING AGENCY BASEMENT OF DOMINION BLOCK. GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Sheet Metil 336 8th St South. Phone 1713. O8TEPATHIC DR. J. E. nORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 31t.lg.20 Sherlock Bldf. Hours and br appointment Phone 1993 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S.. Lethbrldge; Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and seml-prlTite rooms. Rates 130.00, S33.00 and ft Write for InfortMtton to M. B. Van Burlev, itipertn- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN H. Playing and Theory. Pnplli enter- ed for the of the Royal Academy smd Royal at Music, London, England 100 per cent. last year lucceestaL MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pnpfli prepertd for the Toronto Coniemtotr of Music eiams If detlrad. Anmnal spring recital. Studio. 3JJ- gtk. Are. A South. CLEANERS AND PR1SSIRS THB to French dry cleaning. We an the oldest cleaners In the city. We the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates Injury to giving class results- Special attention to country work. 324 Street Sonth. Phone HIS. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS LOCKSMITHS-GUN barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun vrork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 8th Street, opposite Herald Omce. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors, Panerhangers and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbrldee. Res. phone 1473; office phone 1752. Sherlock, BUg., Leth- bridge, Alberta, A. ifeeoratlni; and Phone 690. 611 sth Avenue South. 117-0 E. L. Copeland Phone 1903. E. R. Kent 1S47 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhangin; a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 IJta St. South. JOSEPH DAVTDSOJT DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' eiperienco In Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free, Res. phone 1104 WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Antomo- blle Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us. tell you about it, or ask someone who one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man '2 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvtr Grill. FRY A HERALD WANT L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTQN I. M COOMBS kowt Affant Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OEVBLOPINO. PRINTING HOME-IK. RTRAITUm. ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. W A HERALD IWIJUj ;