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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBRUARY TITO T.ETHTmTTV.B PATTY PAGE NOWISTHETMTOCFTR1DOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MAOflNERY-USESOE SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT TEAM ARE LONDON, Feb. foot- ball, with the cup-tie competition tem- porarily out ot the way, saw a fall (From Onr Own Correspondent) league program on Saturday, of which CLAKESHOLM, Feb. Nan- the "nest performance was the defeat ton hockey played a return on the local on Thur.i4.4y lut ami the iecond' half The winnerg haTIJ were by the looals by a scare a triumphal precension fo fur, both In of 3 to 0. The tmme wai very fait In. the first division of the iMfua and in patciM aid at umea rough t settled down to real hockey with tho result as abore. The Stavely hockey team defeated tho School of Agriculture Team on the Ice here on Friday by a score of 3 to 1. The game was very free from the rough, house stuff of the Nanton game. The Claresholm ladies' hockey team Ten of Saturday's 91 matches were drawn and 14 home clubs wore BUC- cosiful. Cirrniiigham's Tictory over Notts County enabled them to dis- place Bristol City, who only drew at ors is much keener than in the senior Attendance At The Evangelistic Meetings Grows Coaldale Much Interested in F. A. Hears Helpful Address division tho position is equally inter- j eating with Southampton and Crystal played the Stavely ladies on the competition several clubs being pos- Stavely ice on Saturday and defeated Slbles for-the leadership. In the third the, Stavely seven by a score of 3 to 1. The return games with Stavely for the Foothills on the Claresholm curling rink Friday. The home rinks were skipped Dy R. B. Mofffttt and Jas. Dfckson, noth the local rinks winning their games by largo scores. Nantou rinks (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDALE, Feb. the past week the centra of interest hero has the Whlteslde-Oledhill meetings. The interest and the attendance has increased night by night until last night the hall waa crowded by a con- gregation of 300 people. The musical talent of tho community has all been atirred up by outstand- ing gifts as a choir leader, while his singing" Is commented upon on all aidei. Last Friday evening was young Leicester, as leaders of the second people's night and Mr. Whiteside gave division, but the struggle here for hon- a very good and impressive address, illustrated by a chart. Last night was j lodge night and the K.P. lodge attend- f ed in a body. Tonight (Monday) will be U. F. A. night, and the U. F. A. will assemble in a body. On Tuesday I Palace, each having 33 was played and MUlwaU Onl will play here on Monday, Feb. 7th in the same competition. WINNIPEG 'SPIEL OPENS BASEBALL SCANDALS points, and night Mr..Frank Gledhill will tell the one point story of his conversion. On Friday afternoon last Messrs. Whiteside and Gledhill entertained the school children at their regular literary society meeting. Mr. Gled- IN COURT WEDNESDAY'0'11 captured his audience at once by 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 CHICAGO, Feb. scandal cases will finally reach courtroom next Wednesday as his powers as a high class comedian time, and are looking forward to the a visitor'iii. the Gioton district this and has become famous locally among next literary at Holmb'erg's school, week. oaaeoau the ljttle as ,.that funny February 4th. Miss Elva Gould is visiting at the He sang "The Friar of. Orders Gray" A very enjoyable time .was spent at borne of Mr. and Mrs. C. Baldwin, with tremendous effect and followed Prairie Round school dance Wednes- Faith, Alta. the re- WINNIPEG, F.eb. (Can. Press.) thirty-third annual bonsplel of the Manitoba curling association got away to a good start this morning un- der ideal conditions when the "first games in the Dingwall trophy started Sumvan ]n U.L 1U a.m. There are 185 rinks entered, repre- santing Iii almost equal proportion! cJty and outside clubs. Eijht United States rinks are here including teams from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Grand Forks and the famous skip Dunbar from Evelath, Minn. Today will see tha beginning of play In three of the open events, the occupying all of the morn- ing and one p.m. draw, to b9 follow- ed at 4 p.m. by tha Purity Flour, while the Birks makes iU debut at the evening draw timed for 8 o'clock. VARSITY HOOPERS WIN MONTREAL, Tint- 1 Tersity assumed the lead in the race for the title of inter-collegiate "basketball union when they defeated McGill on Saturday night by a acora of 35 to 18. As a result of the conference the base- ball case was transferred from Judge a Criminal court to B. Dever in the county building and set for Wednesday. At i j, time a definite date will be set' for the cases to actually go to trial. The case was transferred from Judge Sullivan because of the crowd- ed condition of the county jail. It was decided at the conference that hereafter the judge In the Criminal court will hear "only casea where de- fendants are in jail. he taught his audience to sing "Sun- The Dreamfleld Oil Co. started drill- shine" and "Brighten the Corner." ing again by Lucky Strike. Mr. Gledhill gave a talk on music Mr. G. Sheets, and Miss Lena to the Pathfinder girls on Friday even-! of Birdsholm, Alta., were vis- g. I itors at D. Smith's Sunday. Fine Addresi at U. F. A. Mr. Mike. Miskulin and Mr. Matt The U. F. A. had a very successful Bitango, and friend of Hardleville, Lethbridge, autoed down to Groton on a business trip this week. Mr. R. Faith, Alta., was meeting last Thursday afternoon in the school assembly hall. The addresi by Mr. McNeillie, of Raymond, upon "Dairy Cattle" was greatly appreciat-1 ed. He pointed out that dairy cattle and high priced laud went together, aa the dairy cow produced more hu- man food by tho dairy process than could he obtained from cattle in any other way. He gave a very careful GETS AWAY; GOOD ICE description as to the way to judge a good dairy cow. He recommended the HEADACHES Make Life Miserable Headaches are one of the most ag Husband and Wife Are Both Benefited MRS. STEPHENSON FEELS IT HER DUTY TO RECOMMEND DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS Victoria Lady who suffered from Pains in the Back tells of the Relief she Sought and Found. Victoria, B. C., Feb. "Both my husband and myself have obtained great relief through using Dodd's Kidney Pills." So says Mrs. M. Stephenson who lives at 1919% Belmont Ave., this city. "For two years on and she continues, "I have taken them for pains in the back and found great re- lief. I've taken them too with hot primary competitions, the grand chal- lenge and the Hud I sey has one cow to every two and a half acres; land rents at per acre, idson's Bay. Cousid- 1 Ji ather the ice is keen. L ering the mild weather the ice is keen. No and a number of dose games were wit- ot cattle are neesed. Of five visiting rinks participating in the first draw, three emerged from the fray victorious, these being Gra- ulu llul ham of Wetaskiwln, Lorimer of- Bent-1 ,ack of real quality. A ley and Patterson of Grand Prairie. Those losing were Atkinson of Fort Saskatchewan and Hussell of Wetaa- kiwin. DICK ROSS WINNER OF GRAND AGGREGATE AT REGINA REGINA, Feb. Ros3 of this city won the grand aggregate in the 17th annual bonspiel of the Saskat- chewan curling association, which came to an end at an early hour this Brown, also of Rcgina, won the Headaches seenLlq be habitual with maay people; aeldam, if ever, free from them, sufferini; con- 'ram tho dull the pains; sometimes in part, sometimes in another, and then again over the whole head. There is only One way to re- lief from these persistent headaches, and that is by going direct to the seat of the trouble, for unless the cause is removed, the headaches will still continue to exist. The fact that Burdock' Blood Bit- ters the stomach, liver and bov-- el3 toned up ia prqof enough to show at it will eliminate the cause of greatest number of games In tho four lemonade for a cold and got splendid i Anderson results. I feel it my duty to tell what trophl a splendid remedy Dodd's Kidney Pills are. I always recommend thorn to my friends." Dodd's Kidney Pills are purely and simply a Kidney Remedy. They act directly on the Kidneys, strengthening them and putting them in condition to do their full work of straining the im- purities out of the blood. Dodd's Kidney Pills have been in use in Can- ada for more than thirty years. They demonstrated their worth in the most serious forms of Kidney Disease, such as rheumatism, dropsy and diabetes. open events. He was first and Lunney and n tho Burns They have also done splendid work in strengthening sick Kidneys to ward off serious diseases. Ask your neighbors If Dodd's Kid- ney Pills are not tha best' Kidney WOULD MAKE IT FELONY TO BET ON RESULT OF BALL GAME lowed on the island. He gave a word of .warning about being carried away with pure bred hobbies and pedigrees and pointed out that whilst these were important they did not make up for many questions were asked by the audience at tie close of the address. Mr. A. Mitchell then gave a. little talk upon trees and tree planting which evoked keen discussion. Little Ella Barlow is reported to bo i doing nicely in the Gait hospital. Mr. A. Mitchell gave an illustrated Lanain Owen Sound lecture on "Tree Planting" before the Ont was run down and my blood out of order. I suffered a great deal from severe pains in my head, which made me miserable. After having tried other remedies I purchased a bottle of Burdock Blood Bitters, and was very glad to notice a decided improvement in my health, so I took another and am glad to say that it has done me an euormoua amount of good. 1 have recommended it to my friends, who were in a similar condi- tion, and they all say it is a wonder- ful remedy." B. B. B. is put up only by The T. Milbnrn Co., Limited, Toronto, Advertisement. Smoke If you tmoke plug- try T A B big plug U.F.A. at Eeady-Made last Friday night. Mr. J. McD. Davidson left on the late train Saturday night to attend j jeel :Tery the Hereford Breeders' convention in ntbf I Toronto. Mr. H. A. Suggitt is expected back I today from the school trustees' con- 'vention in Calgary. ST. PAUL, Feb. bill to make it a felony to bet on the outcome of a baseball game and another measure making it a felony to give or offer a baseball player anything ex- cept his salary to win or lose a game, were offered in the Minnesota house today and re- ferred to a committee. For the coming week a full use is to be made of local musical talent at the Whiteaide-Gledhill meetings. Mrs. Greer, who has proved to be a dis- tinct find as a pianist, will keep up her good work. Misses Gertrude and Honeysett will give of their I talent. Mrs. Ramsey and. Mrs. David- whoso voices are so well known make their contributions, and our rising Kubelik, Ed. Pederson, will use I his violin with his well known ability. A feature which it is hoped will bo continued will be the use of local.tai- ent as for example, our Russian nelgh- j.bors who sang so sweetly on Sunday night. The meetings are surely prov- ing to be a "religious rally." ARE Milk comes from the famoui Fraser Valley where the fields are always green, and the herds fed out of doors the year round. You'll see the difference in tho good natural flavor MILK CO., LTD. Factories at Ladner and Abbotsford, Burnt A. Company, distributor, for Alta. USE SLOAN'S 10 You Cm Juit Tell By IU HMlthy, Stimulating Odor, That It Is Going To Do You Good. HjF I only had some Sloan's LInl- I How often you've said 1 that! And then when tha rheu- matic twinge hours ot fof-got it! Don't do it a bottle to- day and keen it handy for possible use tonight! A sudden attack may come lumbago, sore musclos, backacho, stiff joints, neuralgia, the pains and aches resulting from expos- ure. You'll soon find warmth and re- lief In Sloan's, the liniment that pene- trates without rubbing. Clean, econom- ical. Three 70c, ?I.-iO. JIado iu Canada. Sloans GROTON NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) GROTON, Jan. Tho veather the past few days has been very agreeable. Mr. D. Smith was a visitor in 3-9 the first of tho week. A very enjoyable time was spent at Coulee View last week aa it was lit- erary week thero. Those taking part in the entertainment were as follows: j Musical selection by Miss A. Qually and Oral Oveaon; violin duet, by the I Harty brothers; music by Mrs. P.. Walks and Arthur Walks; songs, Mr.' C. Hulit; song, the Misses Wings and Miss Qually; song, by M. E. Walks, Groton pastmaster; reading, Miss E.: Smith; recitation, Lillian Drownlee; recitation, Elmer Brownlee; recita- tion, Miss E. Gould; recitation, N. I Roe; recitation, Miss L. Smith; tation, Miss M. Wing; 7-ecit.itioii, I Pearl Anderflon: recitation, Harvey G. I llughson; recitation, Nellie Smith; recitation, Yvonne Wing; dialogue, by Annie Gaehring and Fred Harty; recitation, Hilda Ness; recitation, Tener Qually; rec- itation, Wllbert Ness; comical dialog- ue, "Meat by M. Peterson, A. Peterson, John Hethcrlngton, A. Tetz- laff, F. Harty. The national anthem was the closing song. After supper dancing wan enjoyed until the early hours of the morning. There being sncH a large crowd the yoniiR men had to take odd and even numbers and v.'ait their turn to dance. Everyone ft rory The Boitrd of the Royal Academy of Music the Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. For Local Elimination! u Hnic ia British Empire fATKON: PRESIDfNT, H. K. H. n. rrtnn of f. C. T.. Aumul Euir.nutuni, Pnctlal u4 Tboritiol will be tWipwut CuuuU w AUowi: THEOIETICAlS-AprU 30tk, iW Nitnkr Sti, Two Gold tvo SiW: oAnd alio one tmitlinn wtKnet to X yMn tuition it o: ether of [he 10 London. ThM the liTghm Uft rauiicil efficiency in tha world to-day ire open to lh( purtlf of ALL Itftditex of tr.uiie. The tnuiic Mquired foe prepamtnn, Sylhbui and ill other ptniculan cen be obtained on application to M. WAKING OAV1I, I.iiJ.at fecntarr, CANADIAN SAILINGS Saionia...Mch. 7 Saxonia.. .Apr. 15 Cassandra.Feb. 20 Cassandra. Apr 1 Saiurnia Apr. 2; NEW Carmania..Mch. 8 Caronia ..Men. 16 K.A.Vlc...Mch. 22 Carmania.Apr. 15 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Aqultanla.Feb. 28 Imperator.Mch. 10 Aquitania.Mdi. 22 Mauretania.Apr 7 NEW Saxonia...Mch. 6 Saxonia. ..Apr. 13 NEW LONDON Albania...Mch. 19 Albania...Apr. 26 NEW (Via Mp- ville) Columbia..Feb. 19 Algeria... Mar. S NEW Calabria .....................Feb. 24 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra. Feb. IS Cassandra. Mch.30 Full information can be secured from all agents, or company's office, 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. Steamship Are you thinking of Bending for your friend in the Old Coun- try? We shall be pleased to quota rates and assist you in every possible way. We can now arrange passage FROM Danzig, Hamburg, Antwerp, Na- ples, Triest and other Continen- tal points. For 'all kinds ot steamship THE ROSSITER AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlglnbotham Blk Information Up.M74. FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be 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 rings. NIVEN BROS. 218 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, transformations etc., from your combings. Switchei (1.00 an 01. Salway Hair Factory Cards ton, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Avg. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridga Vlav Co. Mrs. K. F. Hnnck, Phone 1883 527 Sth St. S, 42-25 Smith; recitation, J. M. recitation, Gladys Smith; Empty WHISKEY, WINE and SPIRIT Barrels for Sale BARRELS RUN FROM 40 GALLONS TO 80 GALLONS. KING'S EXPORTING AGENCY BASEMENT OF DOMINION BLOCK. NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor in edu cation. Get all you can out of tha News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. 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 see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Sth St. S. Opponltn the Phone 1359 Residence Phone 1997 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suits 4, Acadis Block. Phone Kit. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block, Phones 711 and 11-21 WELDING Boiler Repairing. We- weld anything, RUTH'S Welding Shop. 1004 1st Ave. S., LethbrldW. Phone 792. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light tad Power Contractor! Phono 1332 409 6th St. S. Lethbridga Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work ol Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. 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. Fiona 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 formi from tha secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box No. 6, Lethhridge. GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Freelii Elliott Sheet Metal Workori. 336 6th St. South, Phom 1713. O8TBPATHIO DR. J, B. HORN1NO, OflTKOPATHIC PHYSICIAN J1J-1I-10 Sherlock Bldg. Hours and by appointment IStJ j PRIVATE THE VAN HAARLEM PriTmU pital, 1224 7th a, Lethbridn; Phona 746. Accommodation tor aur- glol, medical ud maternity tlents. Private and lemt-prtvata rooms. Ratn 130.00, and a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, luperln. tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupili enter- ed for tha 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 eiams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 6th Ave, A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE 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 LOCKSMITHS-GUM barrels straightened, gnna restock- ed, fun i-ork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowera sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office, DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora. Papernanxers and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1753. Sherlock BIdf., Leth- bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanglng. Phone 690. 611 Sth Avenue South. 117-6 B. L. Copelani B. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanginf a specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. 12th Si South. JOSEPH DAVTDSOU 't DECORATOR btebllsherr 1909 Tnirty-nTe years' experience Blterior and Interior Deeoratlnf llth Street South EaOmatoo tree, Ren, phone WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Re-cored before the trout eomea. with the beat Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In tad let us tell yon about It, or ask someone who hta They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man <2 4th Ave. S. Behind (liver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS hmn Afont Doris L R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTINO, MOME-PORTRAITU1I, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. IRYAHWWANTAI) ;