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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 10, 1021 THE UBTHBRTDfiB PATt.Y HERALD PAGE NOWISTHETHIETOGETRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT (From Our 'Owu Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Feb. school hoard meettnc was Held ou Saturday uvenlnz, January J9th. Dr. OUes, sec- retary-treasurer, on Tuesday, as aelegite to attend the convention keld at Calgary. Vernoa Hunt, aud children, ajoTed In town on Monday after Sending the past months visit- IDE her mother, MIT. .Ins. Smith, of 1-17. Mr. Scarlet returned on Wednesday (ram a trip to Lethbriiige. Mrs. Karlo Ilugbea has been con- fined to her homo through illness lor the put two weeks, V Mr. Edgar Holtze left on Tuesday lor Calgary to attend the convention Icr Sleepy Hollow school. Miss Mildred Clark has taken a position as assistant at the post A card parly and dance iras given kr the Sunshine Club at the Llnd ecbool on Friday evening. Mr. and Mm. Angus Frazer, and baby, of New Dayton, are week end of Mr. and Mrs. Ear' Hughes. Mr. Frank Ellurt returned on Wed- kesday from Glencoe, Minn. The Women's Institute gave a Five Hundred party in the school on Fri- day evening, closing thoir series. Six tables were in. play. The first prise was won by Mr. E. E. Barrows; con- solation by Mrs. Wm. Madden. A de- licious lunch was served at tile con- clusion oy tho hostesses, Mrs. Henry Thomphor, Mra. Fred Pease, Mrs. S. Harris and Mrs. Hollender. Mr. and Mrs. Still were Lethbridge visitors during the week. i confined to her; tome through illness. I The Community Club held a debate en Saturday evening on free immigra- tion. Messrs Thomphor and Pease for the negative; Mfj. Mantle aud F. Lef-, lingwell for the affirmative. i Several from Warner and Sweet' were in town for the dance on [Wednesday evening. The Junior Institute are giving a tea on Saturday, Febniary 13th. Come and help cause along, to be held in Tolley's hall. I Mr. S. I. Harris returned on Wed- nesday from a business trip to Leth- j bridge. Mr. Paul Audett was a business vis- itor in town ou Monday from Masin- Min. Mr. H. Gillies, of Masinasin, was a yisltor in town on Monday. Mr. Jno. Turner returned from a holiness trip to Lathnrtdge OB Wed- nesday. Mr. Fred Schlneter wan a Leth-i Bridge visitor during the-week. Mrs. G. N. Giles left on Thursday for a trip to Lethbrtdee. Mr. Dan Beery left on Monday to, (rend the week In Lethbridge. The Sunshine 'Club was entertained M the first Wednesday of the month At the home of Mrs. Otto Gcssleman. After the roll (yill and reading of miu- utea of the previous meeting, an in- teresting reading was given by Miss Bella Keseo on "What ts the Meaning W. which was much appreciat- ed, and a Tote of thanks given. A de- licious lunch was served by the host- ess, assisted by Mrs. L. Dittbenter and Miss Keseo. The Club will meet yrith Mrs. Ernest Wanen in March. Miss Valeta Albrecht returned on Wednesday from a rlilt with friends Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Foley returned last Saturday from In extended ristt at St. Paul and, Minneapolis, Minn, Mr. anil Mrs. Martin Madge left last Monday for a trip to Lethbridje. Walter Quinn left oo Monday tor a business trip to Lethbridge. Miss Doles returned on last Satur- day after an extended visit in Mmne- irata with her Mr. Wm. Toiley was a Lethbridge Yisitor during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Schwarti left OB Monday to spend the week in Leth- b'ridga to attend the Schwartz and Puerto trial. A number of people from town took in the Masquerade dance given. at 2-16 on Friday night. Dr. and Mrs. Schwallen and party Sweet Grass, Mont., were visitors In town on Wednesday. Services are being held in the Cath- kite Church on Ash Wednesday. Her. Father Bidduealt officiating. A surprise party was given Mrs. H. ti. Thomson on Tuesday night, the 1st of February in honor of her birth- day, where they were made very welcome by the amiable hostess. Five Hundred was enjoyed during the evening, four tables were in play. First honor was won by Thos. Hunt and the consolation by Mrs. Jack Kelley. An exquisite lunch was serv- ed. All spent a delightful evening. Mr. Kirby left on Monday for a trip to Lethbridge. Mrs. Dr. Barrett, of Billings, Mont., is expected on Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Quinn. Services are being held in the Catholic church on Ash Wednesday Tiy Rev. Father Bidduealt. Mr. J. J. Jochemn left on Tuesday for a business trip to Lethbridge. Mr. Springbet left on Saturday to the week end in Lethbridge. Mr. Thompson, of C. B. of C. staff, was a visitor in Lethbridge during weefe Mr. Sproat left on Monday lor a business trip to Lethbridge. FRANK ITEMS (from Our Osra Correspondent) FRANK, Peb. Misses Emits of Blalrmoro were rliitmg in Frank one day last week. Mr. Harry Sinclair of Lethbrldte was called home on account of tho Illumes his molher. Dorothy Cudoba is ipendloc a few days in Lethbridge the of Mill Violet Sinclair. The ground hog saw his fhadotf on Feb. 2nd, hut this old sign was flatly denied on Tuesday, when some of our juniors were noticed on the street phiylntr marbles. A sure sign that spring is near. Mrs. Emma llichey who has been ou the sick list is again able to be out. Tha two little sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon arc reported as having the whooping coogh. We regret very much to lose Mr. and Mrs. Fred who are leaving this week for Monarch where they will reside In tho future, Mr. Whay taking charge of the station at that place. Mr. Wilson has returned from the convention at Calgary and reports a good attendance, much interest being shown. A very enjoyable evening was spent at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Moareg on Monday. Cards were en- joyefl for a while. Mr. J. J. Murry and Mra. Wm. Laidlow being winners of first priies, while Mr. Karry Rip- ley and Mrs. Murry carried home the boobies. DOMINION TO TEST OUT MANUFACTURERS TAX; SUMMON FIRMS OTTAWA, Feb. Dominion government will attempt to recover from ull manufacturers selling direct to the consumer tho amount of the two per cent, manufacturers' lax which, imder.the War Revenue Act of 1915, and amendments thereto, they are supposed to collect from their cus- tomers ut time ot sulc. Many manu- facturers hava refused to pay thl3 im- post since May 19 last, and thn gov- ernment purposes to make a test case of the m.ittcr. Following out this plan papers were served this morning upon the Hrm Pedrick and Palen, Bank street, do- Ing business as custom tailors, and it is also understood similar service was made upon a Vancouver firm. Peoples Forum JAW MURDER TRIAL STARTS; CRAZY? MOOSE JAW. Feb. 9.--Carl Cava- naogh was placed on trial here today on the charge of shooting and causing the death of his wife, in this city on October 23 last. Several witnesses who were actual eye witnesses tiA'iie shooting gave evidence this morning. Since he was arraigned here a week ago Cavanaugh has been under obser- vation as to his mental condition. This morning it was brought out by one witness, Harry Lloyd, that two weeks ago he had visited the prisoner in the cells of the court house here and Cavanaugh had asked him to ap- pear and swear that he, Cavanaugh, was crazy. This Lloyd had refused to do. APPRECIATION APPRECIATED "Lethbridge, Feb. 9, 1921. Editor Herald: Sir: Mr. Tangyo pays the "Dlack j and Whites" a very high compliment indeed ill hto letter which I can as- sure him Is very much appreciated. With regard to putting on these enter- tainments more often, and for worthy causes, I might say when I suggested forming this little company it was understood between the members that we would, from time to time, put rn entertainnients and devote any pro- fits we might make to assisting, var- ious organizations of tho eity worthy of support, and this we hope to bo able to do. As to how often we can put these entertainments on will have i to be decided by tha members them- selves, who are mostly business peo- ple, and consequently not able to de- vote the time necessary for a regular schedule. We are very glad indeed to DOES IT PAY TO WORRY ABOUT APPENDICITIS Can appendicitis be guarded against? Tee, by preventing intestinal infec- tion. The intestinal antiseptic, Adier- 1-ka, acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel removing ALL foul, decaying Batter which might start Infection. EXCELLENT for gas on stomach or chronic constipation. It removes mat- ter which you never thought was in your system aud which nothing else can dislodge. One man reports it Is unbelievable the awful impurities Ad- tor-Mta brought out. J. D. Higin. botham Co., Limited, Advertisement. THOSE NASTY UTTLE PIMPLES That Come On the Face Are Caused By Bad Blood Many an otherwise beautiful and at- tractive face i NEWS AND MEWS Reading Is the greater c factor In edu- cation. Get all jron can out of the News. But be sire yosr wisdom la correct It may not distress you no but the longer yoa neglect yusr eye- sight the earloiuly It will effect your future health aud efficiency, bat- ter us tor a free eiimiaatsasi. J. M. HBMDBBBON ot Wrichfa Jewelry Hon. F. H. WILTONS SIGHT SPECIALIST 417 5th 8L a Opposite tie Phone IfU Residence Phone lllf PUBLIC ACCOUNTAJICV INCOME TAX AUDIT! CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. fANRia iuito 4, Acadla Block. FtuswttU. KOBCRT W. CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX MtTBIlT BU8INH88 OROANIMK OOca: _ 711 and WELDING BOILER WELDING w. N. RUTH, 1004 1ST AVENUE ALBERTA. ELECTRIC SUPPUM Kk M. a Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. 027 10th Street South. Football Competition The _indications are that this week entries will eclipse all previous weeks. Watch Monday's paper for the biggest prizes yet. Re- member, "The More Entries- the ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lcthbridpo Unit Jfo. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain In- formation amf application forma from the secretary, L. LolgU, P, 0. Hoi No. 6, Lothbridge. GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Fred Elliott Meet Metal 1M tth 03TEPATH1C DH. J. B. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 3H-18-20 Sherlock Hoars aod ky appointment Phone PRIVATE THE VAN RAARLKM FTlrate Boa- pttal, 1234 7th AYS. 3, Phone 741 Accommodation tot sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. PrlT.to and saml-prlrata rooms. Rates an) US a week. Write (or Information to Mrs. M. B. Van Hurten. mtperin. tondant. MUSIC KISS AILBKN M. Playlaa; tat Theory. Pvptta aaias ed (or the eiamiaaHoiia of Academy and Boral Collate at Music. London. cent saat rear W. H. tt Plua ami Theory. PmpUs mpand tar Tonsjta Conaarratorr at ana deatrao. AasMal SMlo, UM ssk A HSnsi, CLEANIRt AND Pft err eleantltc. We tM attaat We M feu vktah aw- albto to bsjk oUae attesTdoaK 1111. Ooeseat and ODNSMIl a a ion. i wmjlffOTOW Deeort. Md Mma 411 Mk UT4 WINTER RADIATORS Why sol have TSW Antomo- Mto MaeMer Re-oored before the comes, wltii the beat Homy-comb Can ottatnabla. iJmp tm and let us tell rot about It, or ask someone whe one. Tfcer STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. 8. Behind Wiw L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTOM I. M COOMBS Deseret hews Agent Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OCVBLUPINO. PRINTIN1, ITC, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. fAALOWJUITJU) ;