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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FKBUIARY 15, W2t fHE LETHBRffGE DAILY HKKALU NOW 1STHET1METOGETRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE B Mmie Taylor SUke Conference In Mafrath; Many (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGUATir, Feb.1 regular Taylor Stako conference convened in Magratb. on Saturday and Sunday, February 12th and 13th.. TUo Keliet Society confercuco held on -Fri- day, meetings ut 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 'i'lrst Councillor of'the Stako llollct Society, Mrs. McCarty, had charge at tho opening Itepcrts wore gi> on hy the various ward presidents, the balance of tho tlmo being taken up with testimony. President Mrs. O'Brien presided at tlio afternoon meeting. A lesson on the "Book of Mormon" study was given by Mro. Bryner; a solo by Min- na Gibb and boys' choirs, Bliass Bab- cock, Lolavco Jensen, Rood Hindley, Howard Fletcher, Bert Gibb and Toomer, song under direction of J. O. Bridges. Luncheon was served by tho Magrath ladiea to all present during the noon hour. The regular conference session op- cued on Saturday morning with the congregation singing "Come, Como Yc and prayer by O. A. Woolley. The choir song "For tho Strength of tho Hills." First councillor Theo Braudley was the first speaker, and be spoke on charity and obedience to the teachings of Jesus Christ and the sacrifice many people had made for the gospel. They showed a wonderful blessing of will- ingness to forgive and unless we for- If wo will not forgive ia us remains the greater sin, he said. The choir sang the anthem, "0, Lord Most Merciful." Bishop Haynes, of Tabor; F. S. Kim- ball, stake ckrk, Weed were NEMI8KAU NEWS fHpuciul Corresponduuco.) NKMItiCAM.' V Tliu1 best dauco loin: time was hold tho hull ,on tho 7th vfltlvh wan woll, tended, s- MTU. Ed. left on Wed- ueHilay'y train to vlbll. ni: ForemiiKl. IjiiHt niKht tlio Sunday school was entertained p.t tlie honui of Mr. ;ind Mrs. Hudson. A very good tlmo was passed with and fun ot all i kinds. I Misy Ib'abeII'3 Carter lor Xee- j pawa, Manitoba, Ml' itoi Miss (icrtio Ciildwitld of Calga-y been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hudson tor tho past Moss Tov.-nseiKl and Stanley Glack- man arc spending tho week-end at Lethbridge. Spring roads sloppy. Mrs. Coobie, our recently appoint- ed postmistress, returned from a short visit to Mrs. Hobbs of Elzikom. alonx with it, and also did some dam- j age to u wlrn near tiy. Local oHlclals say that Ihu phone j lino iH'tition for ulonn tho rlvor j northeast of town, about four miloa j north of Flnraiitle, will lie constructed next summer. Gladvlllo, u musical instructor of LctltbrMfo, is staying at the Khun- alda. FOREMOST NOTES Our Fell. bilcllC' lors 01' Fore-most, Yntcrtaino.l t'letr j Mr. Carl Weir was a business vis-1 iast night at a card party and i T to Lethbridjgc last train day. I Miss Rilcy and Miss Francos N'ick-j of Vancouver, arrived in tovaij yesterday. Miaa NicUawa is to give' a concert of readings under the mis- pices of the Ladies' Aid tonight In the church. Mr. Marsden, who has started Taber Secures School Teacher From Wrentham in I (From Our Own Correspondent) WRE.NTHAM, Fob. Lily Verliins has accepted tho position I teacher for Grade VI in Taber. We, jce' i in Wrentham, feel her loss quite j ___1 j keenly as she took an active part in community club work. But what i is our loss is Taber's gain. I Master Alfred Bassant, who lias i been going to school in Edmonton for winter has returned to his home business in Crossfleld, rttorned Foremost for a visit I Mr. Stinson, of the Wildhorse dls- trirt, returned home from Manitoba last week. He expecls to represent Neal Bros., wholesale grocers of Win- nipeg, in this district. Mr. Milton Henders and family, are moving Carstairs where he has bought a farm. The Chinook has taken away about "ag a great deal of here, and is going to school in Wren- tham. j A dance was held in Owen's school I Friday evening, February llth. All had a good timo although the wind CAN'T TAKE OATH WHILE IN JAIL WINNIPEG, Feb. John Queen and George Arm. 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 The labor group has made the request strong, labor mambers-elect of -tlie tliat tnev be KjTen the opportunity of Manitoba legislature, will not be per- j tuning the oath at once, mitted to take the oath of office re-t quired by members while they are i i in prison, it was announced today., Home Beautiful." The service closed by the' chojr singing "Zion and the benediction by E. P. Tanner. The afternoon session, President H. S, Allen pi-eliding, as at all other meetings, the congregation sang "Praise to the was ot- tered hy A. Briggs and the choir Bang the anthem, "Song of the Redeemed." President Allen gave a brief report of the Taylor Stake and spoke on the life and prophecies of the prophet, Joieph Smith, mainly the prophecy concerning the great world war. A double mixed quartette sang "Grant Us Peaca." D. Fawns gave a strong testimony regarding tho divine mission of Jos- eph Smith. The choir sang "The Soldiers' Chor- us" an dthe benediction was offered by P. G. Clarke. The morning session on Sunday The speakers were Bishop Evans, of Raymond; Asel Palmer, Bishop Pet- erson, of Barnwell, and H. S. Allen. The boys' chorus sang "I Am a Mor- mon and the duet, "Tho Morn- ing was rendered by J. H. and J. O. Bridge. At the afternoon service seat in the building was occupied. The congregation sang "Our God We Praise to Thee." Prayer was offered by Mr. Van Orman, of Taber. The choir sang the anthem, "Daughter of Zion." The general and social church authorities were unanimously sus- tained. By special request the ladies' chorus sane "Mate tho Homo Beauti- ful." Councillor Snow cpoke on tho observance of the Sabbath day and our duty to our church. Byron Tanner rendered the solo, "Tho Holy City." A. Dahl, T. O. King, Mr. Rolfsou, Jas. Meeks, J. W. Allred, H. S. Allen were other speakers of the afternoon. W. H. Hindley, of the Magrath Bish- opric, wished to express the apprec- iation of Ward for the con- ference being held in Magrath. As a token of love and appreciation beau- tiful white roses were presented to President H. S. Allen and Councillors The meeting of the community club will he postponed from Wednoaday evening until Friday, February 18th. Their program will be rendered at the i Prices are coming down in Wren- tham. j Mr. Tregloan now has goods on his shelves at reduced prices. It goes yithout saying that it is better aows than we are used to. Mr. Macbeth, the commercial agent of the Alberta Government Tele- phones, was here on official business Friday 'and Saturday. The school board motored to. Leth- to standing committees, however. Brantford Ltdy Shouting Her Praises SHE USED DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS FOR SCIATICA Mrs. R. Mclntyre who suffered from Sciatic Palris tells why she is en- thuslantie over Dodd's Kidney Pills. Brantford, Feb. "I I could shout tha goodness in bridge on Friday. .Thoy were looking "E dear Dodd.s after the interests of tho school dis-. ,are nf P Mplntvro who llVfiK trlct. ot Mrn. Mary R. Mclntyre, who lives inf ui mis. i rv iv. ai i u, w iiu nv wo Mr. Ellis, of the Midland Grain Co., this city' spending a few days in Lethbridge. Mrs. Mclntyre has every reason to _. i nine Ho nirap llili-M'e If (dnfiv Clark Anderson, who has been working here on the school building, pion. VAUXHALL WILL HAVE MEAT MARKET (From Our Own VAUXITALL, Feb. Clint Uunyan has just returned from .Ed- monton, where ho has been making final arrangements with his partner, Mr. C. Campbell, and states that they will open a meat market in the near future. They are now negotiat- be enthusiastic over Dodd'G Kidney Pills. "In June she states, "t had 1 a very bad attack of Sciatica. I could j not move my leg without great yain. .The doctor told me to rub it with a linament he left. The pain got worse and I sent for another doctor. "He put needles in my log and gave me a sleeping .till. Next day he re- peated this, but still the pain was just as great. Then he wanted to operate. He wanted to cut from my knee down to my ankle. CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia .Mch. 12 Saxonia .Mch. 23 Cassandra.Feb. 20 Cassandra.Apr 1 Sauirnla............. .....Apr. 22 NEW Carmania.. Mch. S Caronia ..Mch. 1G K.A.Vic...Mch. 22 Carmania.-V.Br. 16 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Aqultania.B'eb. 26 Imperator.Mch. 12 Ao.uitania.Mch. 22 Miiuretania.Apr 7 NEW Saxonia... Mch. 10 Saxonia... Apr. 21 NEW LONDON Albania... Mch.- 24 Albania... May 3 NEW (Via Mo- vllle) "That day a friend told me to try j Columbia. .Feb. 19 .Algeria... Mar.'! NEW PORTLAND, GLASGOW I IS Cassandra.Mcli.301 Full information can be seeuied j it j n'ii c-1 i, r uii miuriuiii.iuu. van uw Btsvuieii Dodds Kidney Pills fehe hau great! {rom all ol. Main Street, Winnipeg. AUCTION SALE REGISTER WEDNESDAY, FEB. Cloting out sale of Mrj. f. B. cattle, machin- ery, and household goods. On N.W. 6 miles S.W. of Barons. THURSDAY, MARCH Closing out sale of John cattle, machin- ery, tractors, tractor plows, and household On S.E. !4-20- 11-22, 6 miles N.E. of Nobleford. jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; early in March, date made known later. Closing-out sale of A. M. Grant, east Barons; date sel- ected later. Closina-out sale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, machinery in the village of Barons. Come in and list your stuff you wish to sell. Select your sale dates and get your ad. in this free list. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIPNEER BARONS, ALT A. for taken up her residence at the Yaux- j Mr. J. McAllister hag Just received a large consignment of furniture for his new homo. This sounds interest- ing. Mr. M. Breen, who has been man- aging the Otis Staples farms during the past year, has accepted a similar position with the C. P. K. on their Ex- i Kidneys to 6traiu the "ric acili ordered and Mrs. Wm. Palmer. .The choir "Como Let Us Unto the Ijord." The evening session was direction of the Mutual Improvement Association! President Palmer presid- President Palmer spoke a short time.on the M.I.A. slogan: "Wo Stand for the Non-use 'and Non-sale of To- bacco." President May .Weed gave a address on the work ot the Young Ladles' Association. F. S. Kim- ball gave a short talk on "Faith, and How to Surmount Difflcaltiee." Prof. Mitchell of Raymond, gave a talk on "How To Listen To Music." Music used to be a luxury, 'now a necessity, and we can't get along without it, he said. He encouraged the use of high clasn and refined music. Ho spoke of (phonographs and pianola, but must ''use sood records for a bet- ter class of music. Listen to and learn what composer wishes to be conveyed. Musical talent is given to us from God, and we should be thankful for it. Don't always praise the performer, think of the composer, and God who gives the gift, he advis- ed, j The, balance of the evening was i composed of music by Mendelssohn.' Mr. Tollestrup gave a few explanatory i words regarding Mendelssohn's com- positions. Duncan Weaver rendered a violin Eolo accompanied mi the piano by Mr. Mitchell; Mrs. O. H. Snow related some important events in Mendelssohn's life. "Mendelssohn's Wedding March" .was played 4s a piano duet by Misses Anna Holt and Vera Babcock. "Rest in tho from the Oroloria contralto solo by Mrs. Elva Marker. Mendela- solm's "Spring Song." violin selection was rendered by Lelf Erickson. ac- companied on the pla'no by Miss Holt. Solo, liymn Tanner, "Jerusalem Wuy. Killest Thou the from the Pretoria St. Paul, was given. Mr. Mitchell rendered piano selection, "Hhondo Capricio." President Palmer ap- preciation and thanks to'all those tak- InK in the program. The choir sane Mendelssohn's to tlie Forest." closed I vsry successful conference. Mr. W. S. Johnston, who recently! made bis third purchase of Und from j tue irrigation company, will arrive here shortly to commence building op- erations on one of his farms. GAS COMPANY DERRICK FAt-LS, VICTIM OF WIND iFrom Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Feb. Monday morning, about a week ago, a derrick at No. 1 well, on the south east quart- er 36-9-18, and belonging to the Can- (the Barnwell reelon, was biown down j j and wrecked. Tho derrick, which was 118 feet in height, had only been re- cently erected, but had been braced against possible chinooks, and there had been some talk of moving it half 1 iriilo further south. In its fall, it 3k a neighboring telephone wire' TO EUROPE ST. IMar. lliApr. T.Kmp. Britain Fob. 20'iMar. 27 ....Melita Mar. 3'Apr. 2 ........Minuedosa Mar. 5...................Corsican Mar. 10 ................Metagama Mar. 22 ......Emp. Franco Apr. 15.................Victorian ST. Feb. 1...........Pretorian April li Sicllikn ST. Apr. IS ST. ANTWERP Feb. 22] Apr. 1........Scandinavian Apr. 18 ..................Corsican For further particulars apply 11 Local Agent, or THE CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, LIMITED 364 Main Street, 'Winnipeg AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP At the Feed Barn, 3rd St. S., Lethbridge THE FOLLOWING: One matched team of black geldings, 7 yearo old, sound, 3500 Ibs.; 1 bay marc, 6 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 hay gelding, 6 c'ears old, 1350 His.; 1 sorrol mare, 8 yeara old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 7 years old, 1400 Ibs.; X grey gelding, 7 years old, 1300 Iba.; 1 grey gelding 6 ..years old, 1250 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 team matched black mules, 6 years old, Ibs.; 2 lumber wagons; 2 sets of double learn harness; 1 drill; 1 set of four-section lever harrows; 4 new harrow carts. Terms cash. Leaving the country; mutt V. M. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. LIST GOODS WITH J. A. SMITH. Outside Left? No, but You will be Left Outside if you fail to get in on i The Herald i Football Competition A jump this week from to OO PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES; make switches, trunsformationf'. etc., from your combings. Switches 51.00 a.u 02. Sahvay Hair Factory, Cartkton, Alia. SPIRELLA CORSETIERF. For Appointments Phone 1W2 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., COP. Hth St. S9-2J FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars bv mall, regarding i Viavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavi (Jo. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. 1'hone 1883. 537 Sth St. S. 42-26 IP YOU HAVE CORRECT GLASSES Truly tha world will look brighter if you are properly fitted with the right klud of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothing more lamentable than, a' man, in need of glasses, and wh'o.doesn't realize his sad plight. Como to us, have your eyes examin- ed free of charge and wo will tell you what your troubles i art1.. If J'on do not need glasses we will frankly tell you 90. J. M. HENDERSON, Caro Wright's Jewelry Store, OSTEPATMIC DK. J. U. HOKXIXa. OSTKOHATHIO PHYSICIAN S10-18-20 Sherlock Bide. Hours and by appointment i'hone j, PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity tlents. Private -and semi-priralii rooms. Rates 530.00, and }3I week. Write for information to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSie MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last 'year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams If desired. AnnumI spring recltnl. Studio, 1238 Sth AVE. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSER3 THE in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in city. We uso the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving higli class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phone, 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Cih S. Opposlto the Empress Flione 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite i, Acadia Block. Ffcoua ISIS. GUNSMITHS stialghtened, guns restoca> ed, gnn work done by a gunsmith; keys made, looks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, light machinery repaired; lawn jnowerg sharpened. D. E. MacdonaM, Indlati Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, Sth Street, opposite Herald Office. _ DECOBATINQ ______ WELLINGTON Decora, tors. Paperhangerg and Painters: General Decorating and Sign Wrttinj. Estimate! given. The oldest established painters 1n Lethbridge. lies, phono 1473; offlre 1753. Sherlock Bldg., Let'a- Alberta. A. Decorating an3 Paperhangtng. Phone 690. 611 Sth Arenue South. 117-0 B. L. Copeland Phone 1903. H. R, Krat 1647 ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phone: 711 and 1065. 81.31! I THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanging a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 616 12th St. South. WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KU.TH. 1004 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light Power Contractor! Phono 183! i09 oth St. S. Lethbrldgs farm Lfclitmg a Specialty Electrical Work of Cardsion Templo PIANO TUNING Jo. H. j I'layur-l'luiio and Organ Uopsirer: i 21) roars' factory experience. Hon- ours C'L-rtilicato ?.T. T. Asjn., References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 1168. lOlh Street South. is 'a fair indication of the increas- ing popularity of your own city competition. "The More Entries- the Prizes" FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Inter- est to try US, We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first.class Machinists, Satisfaction in prfct and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders and fitted with pistons and NIVEN BROS. 216 1st AVI. S. Phone 1732. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR 190S Thirty-five years' experience fa Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 Hth Street South Estimates tree. lies, phtrae ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge TJntt No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain In- formation and application forma Jrom the secretary, L. Leigh. P. 0 Lethbridge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored tlie frost comes, with btit Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and 1st you abont it, or ask someone who hai one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvtr Grill. HERALD WANT I L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON LM. COOMBS Agwit R Cocg COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PRINTING. HOME-PORTHAITU4C, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;