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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY, FKimUAIlY.Iti, MKil THE LETHURIUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE NOW ISTBETlMETOGErRlDOFToUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFTT (from Our Own Correspondent) MILK KIVKU, Fclr. (loath on Monday night of MlDii Mary Wokenlmrg, 16 yrars of ugc, wooka' Illness. Death due to imouincmta. She leaver mourn her loss :i fathei- ;iiicl several litters and I (or remains wero laid to rest In Coiltta ranoU'vy. Mr. U. Beery was :i LnthbridKc itor during tlio utiek. Tho Catlul'.c 'Milks' aid is hems en tcrtaiiied on at the. hoiuc of Mrs. Henry jy.'ort. Mr. Mrs. living Wednesday, February ,'j. daugh- ter. Mr. John Turner mude :i business trip to Letubridsc on Mrs. Andrew Doles and rtansrhier. Alice, 'returned on Wednesday from Gloncoo, Minn. Mr. Frank Ellcrt Icjt on Wednesday for a business trill to IjeUibridge. Mrs. Dr. Barrett and daughter, T.Iary, are the Guests of her mother, Mrs. Qninu. Mr. Harris was a Lethbridge visit- or during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Dell left on Wednes- day for a triji to Lethbridse. Mrs. Turner was a Sweet Grass vis- itor on Wednesday. Father Bidduealt returned to Letll- bridge on Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Warren was' a Leth- bridge visitor during the week. Mr. H. L. Thompson left on Thurs- day for a business trip to Lethbridge. The Women's Institute -were enter- tained at the home of Mrs. Harris OH Wednesday afternoon. A good number wero iu attendance, dainty refresh- ments being served by the hostess, as- sisted by Mrs. Henry Ellert.. Mrs. Hummell invited the Institute members to her home for a card party on Friday evening, the ISth of Fehru- Mr. J. Jochemn was a business visit- or in Warner on Tuesday. Mrs. K. F. Himck, of Lethbridge; spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Qninn, and sister, Mrs. Dr. Bar- rett. Mr. Martin Madge left on Monday lor a business trip to Lethbridge. Miss Cecela C. Welch was a Leth- bridge visitor during, the week. Mr. Burke, of Canary, was a bus- iness visitor in town on Wednesday. Mrs. Quinn was a Sweet Crass visit Or on Wednesday. A surprise party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomph- or on Monday night. The guests were made very welcome by the host and fiostesa. Music and Five Hundred formed the entertainment. Tho first honor at cards was won by Mrs. Frauk Ellert, the consolation by Mrs. Fred. Lefflngwell. A delicious lunch was All reporting a lovely time. Mrs. Thos. Kgan left on Wednesday for a visit with relatives at Warner. Several from town took in the Mas- mierade Ball at Warner on Monday Bight. Mrs. Tolley returned on Thursday from Lethbridge. Mrs. Swarison entertained at Five Hundred on Thursday evening. Fimt honor was won by Mrs. L. Ditthenter, and consolation by Mrs. Otto Gessle- man. A delicious lunch was served at the conclusion. A school board meeting: wag held at the Lind School, No. 2170, on Satur- day, February 12th. The following Officers were elected tor the year: Mrs. Ernest Warren, Mr. Andy Thompson and Mr. II. D. rielby. Mr. Walter Qutmi returned on Sat- urday after spending the past ten days in Lethbridge. Mrs. Quast, of Missoula, Mout, is Tisiting her sister, Mrs. Carl Sprold. The community club entertained at Five Hundred on Saturday evening. Ten liiblon were In play in Tollcy's TAKER MALES FEED hull. Flrnt honor WHH won by Walter Oiiiim and consolation by Mr. I'n-'i l-'easi'. aln) a 1'eyture of tin- cvrnlnj; and imnjh enjoyed. Fln.t Aid KlrlH save a Valentino In ball SalurJ-jy artor- hutm was .well patronized. Tito hall and lea tables KIMV I'.istpl'lllly docor. It'll for the occasion with Dl'pUy drajK and red hearts iiml cupids. Tin? of the tea cups and fortune Mllnr. were enjoyed through HUNGRY CROWD ON PANCAKES ON FEB. (Krom Our Own Correspondent.) TAHKtt, Feb. 1IS.--J. T. Wllurcl, ac- companied by Mrs. and tho Vamily, ro turned home utter stay of soino months in tho U. ti. Jloht. Irvine, of Manyborries, form- j orly a TubiT resident, te making a ehoi'l. visit with i'rkmds Tho Hex tlioatrfi been making sume ofhco improvements for the bet-! riiuMzod. ,or handling filmy and advertising A party wr.s tendered Mr. niilt_ior Mr. UludhUl. :i pnnessionu! singer. who in tituvintf at Rhunalda, id j a.'iiiablc hostess. Four tallies "M billed tu accunipi'iiy Kvaiisolist White-i I'ivu Hundred were in play. The first ilt jron springs this evening, Imv-' honor was won by Thos. Hunt and the consolation vent to Mrs. Dr. Bar ett, of Uillings, Mont. An elaborate Saturday. Mr. F. Schhieter returned on Satur- day after spending the meek in Leth- bridge. compHiiied the .evangelist ou i y yriiscnl tour, up to date. I The hotel nmnaKcuuMit of tho Rhon- was served and a lovely evening has :i ju the guest spent by all. i jijH'Ior, for tlio use of the patrons ex- Mr, and Mrs. Martin Madge return-) eti from Stirling and Lethbridge on women's Institute is holding a card party .ami whist drive hail this c von Ing, Dr. Davis returned to Raymond on the westbound, after the week 'end, and states that he will return perman- ently to practice here in a short time. The veterinary lecturer intends hang- ing out a permanent shingle ere long, having made tiie local pharmacy his headquarters while in practice up to date. Mrs. Hobt. Faulds and family have (from Our Own Correspondent) fmm Uleh. allor[ to EOWV1LLE, Feb. Olnf Lethliriilge. oil the afternoon east- Wold, who has been looking en'tcr his j bound. I farming interests In this district left Shrove Tuesday ,ivas the date of a for his home in Wardner, B. C., last Pancake social and whist drive giv- 1 Tuesday. Mr. Wold had just'returned en lj-v tlle ma'o members of St. Theo- from a reunion' ot the Wold family uore's congregation at the Rhonalda. at Helena, Montana. hotel. The crowd was so large, that Mr. James McVinnie arrived from tiireo hours the tables extending Ontario Sunday. A nouliow tho length of the dining room were led him and will remain hera for with a hungry set of pancake sometime. j fiends, but tho waiters, attired in Miss Jessie Craig is visiting her' white, gave quick service ami satis- .friend, Miss Leona Schoof, in Van- tlle Thc S01't of rations put couver, B. C. nl' the menfolk ivere a joy to the i Mesiiames L. Hitchcock. Mamie tasted better, though the lad- Burns and Miss Marjorie Mills are 011 ies claim that pancakes and maple 1 the sick list. i syrup aro the extent of the male ac-1 i The Do-.vville iichoal District is to' complishments in this line. A whist ;be congratulated on the addition ot lasting till midnight followed j another room to tho teacher's resi- supper, in which over 35 tables took donee. 11'art, Mrs. A. E. Tolton winning the j Mr. and Mrs. Bert McClaw are Prize and T. W. Green that for iceiving the congratulations of their gentlemen. A cako guessing contest friends over the arrival of a daughter also took Place, won by Geo. Hart. The on February '1th. I guests departed in high good Mrs. Myers, of Claresholm, is visit-' a 1u'-'e enjoyable evening. ing at the homo of Mr. Had Mrs. El-. operations took place at the wood Craig. hospital during January, with 27 pa- Mrs. M. B. Anderson was hostess tients admitted, and 12 remaining at to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid on racmtl> end- j day. On February 23rd the L.D.S. Sunday Mr. Henry Oottchalk is down from' school .will hold a bazaar in the after- Drumheller renewing old acquaint- noon. vitA a kangaroo court and dance ances. Mrs. Oottc.halk and son are in tlle evening. Live stock, imple- visitinK at the home of her parents ments. dry goods and other articles bo auctioned off in the afternoon sale. The play at the Rex theatre out on by the Barnwell dramatic club ou Wednesday evening, was a great suc- cess, witli a mixture of both comedy Mr. and Mrs. Rock, in. Stettler, Alber- ta. Mr. George Wyman motored down to the dance at the Twelve Mile school house, Monday evening. Messrs. M. B. Anderson, A. Hoocle, and Beimingfleld attended tho trus- aml {irama wllicn ''Ighly pleased the tee's convention in Calgary wee'r audience. The Bamwell players have Mr. J. W. Craig was on'business in vorl" 'alent, aud some of tlle act- Lethbridge trains on Tuos- was as "nO11 as Professional ivorlt. ,lay rrho frequent sallies of wit, produced I A son was bom Mr. and Mrs >mlt'h laughter, and tho dramatic sit- George Clark on February lit. j nations held the deep interest of the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mills arrived Altogether the show was from Idaho last Tuesday. Wo are wolih to seo' aml the j pleased to report that Mrs. Mills i father is feeling mucli better. Our scarlet fever patients, Mr-- Merton Craig, Masters Gordon Burns and Martin Mills are convalescing Mrs. Archie McAlpin was a Leth bridge visitor on Tuesday Mi. Howard Hiney is MsitmR hit, iune' au" Jt Is honirt that brother Tern to make use OE it. will >li Jllimmer Mi ItOT ChUK.ii I u i1 o ihemseU welcome is the uo spent Safurdu -ind Snuti u it.''' >-rc ,enu illv in hj 'the, home of Mrs i Utynolds ii do not eive the dom 'Mnchant I generillj defied The local r. F. A. hold a very j---------------------------, AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19TB AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP At the Farmers' Feed Barn, 3rd St. S., Lethbridge THE FOLLOWING: One matched iflam of black geldings, 7 years old, sound, 3500 Ibn.: 1 bav marc 6 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, 6 years old, 1350 Ibs -'l sorrel mare, S years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey, mare, 7 years old. 1400 Ibs 1 grey gelding, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 grey gelding, 6 years old bay gelding, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 team matched black mules, 6 years old, 2400 Ibs.; 2 lumber wagons; 2 sets of double team harness; 1 drill; 1 set of four-section lover harrows; 'J naw harrow carts. Terms cash. Leaving the country; must sell. V. W. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. LIST GOODS WITH J. A. SMITH, oils thficughh it Tiie fact that u rest room has been' provirled for the accommodation of women -who desire a centre whili shopping in town, is not as v.-ell 1 known as it should ba. The Retail i Merchants' Association has prepared Had Bad Cough For Three Years important meeting in the Kowvill bill Tridiy everins Februar IStli Sudbnry has engaged the services of a health nurso to work among tin- families who aro not, receiviug proper meilioul attention. A ROOSEVELT COIN Roosevelt, two cant piece is favorcrl by tho House Coinage Committee, rejiort- eil I'nvorabiy a Seaato Bill authorizing tho coin. The constant hacking, per- that sticks to you in spite of everything you have douo to yet rid ol! it, is tho kind that is dangerous. The longer the cough sticks, tho1 more serious menace it becomes to j'our health. There is no remedy that will relieve that won't lot like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It a healing and yoothing ucLior en the air passages, and at tame time acts an a disinfectant of the respiratory organs, destroying tl'.p: that produce serious lung conj- tHcatlons. i Mrs.'John Miller, Minburn, Alta.. i hail a very bad cough1 for three years, I went to several doctors ami tried different cough medicines, but nothing te help me. One day a friend told me about Dr. Wood's I'iorway Pino Syrup, ond after using Kcvural bottles I be- came completely volleyed. I ;ilway.-j heep a buttlu in the house, and ahio rer.ommend it to others. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup has beon universally used for over 30 years, and so great has been its success, it is only natural that a great many imitations have been placed on the market, Tho genuine 5e put up in a yellow wrapper; 3 pine trees the trade marlr; pricn ;j.5c. and 'Jflc.. a bottle; manufactured only by The T. Milbnrn Co.. Limited, Toronto, DUKE OF CONNAUGHT IN INDIA Smoke The longewott ate it, the tetter jou like it Outside Left? No, but You will be Left Outside if you fail to get in on The Herald Football Competition A jump this week from to is a fair indication of'the increas- ing popularity of your own city competition. "The More Entries- the Prizes" PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LiADlKS OSTEPATHIC Wo make switches, translormutior.s, etc., from your combings. Switches BII b'alway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Avs. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 FHEK PEHSON'AL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Lethbridge Viavt Co. K. F. Huuck. Phone 18S3. 527 8th St. S. 42-26 DR. 3. W. HORN1.M1. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 31S-1S-20 Sherlock Bldg. Hours and by appointment Phone 1059 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th A-re. S., Lethbridse; Phone 746. Accommodation for eur- glcal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rites ?30.00, and J35 a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. If YOU HAVE CORRECT GLASSES Truly the irorli will look brighter il" you are properly fitted with the right kind of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothing more lamentable than a man, in need oC glasses, and who doesn't realize bis sad plight. Come to us, have your eyes examin- ed free of charge aud we will tell you i what your troubles are. If you do I not need glasses we will frankly tell ou so. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store, F. H. WELKINS KIOHT SPECIALIST otb, St. H. Opposito the Empress Phone 1059 Residence Phono 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI3 Suits 4, Acadiis Block. Phone 1618. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royai Academy Royal Collete of Music, London, England. 190 par cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of. Music exams K desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 ith Ave. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THK in Trench dry cleaning. We arc the oldest cleaners in tho city. We' use tha genuine French system, -which COT- era every spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high results. Special attention to country work. S24 6th Street South. Phono 1813. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS barrels ati lightened, guns restock- ed, gun Torfe done by a irunsmtth; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn inowera sharpened. D. B. Maedonild, Indian Motorcycle Agent: Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WETAINOTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters lu Lethbrldge. Res. phone 1472; ofiioe phono 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Let'i- brtdR9, Alberta. A. Decoratin.- and Paperhanglnp. Phone 690. Oil 8th Aremie Smith. 117.0 B. L. Copeland Phone 1903. B. n. Kant Phone 1547 IIOBBRT W. GARDNER CONSULTINQ ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPiSRT BUSINESS ORGANIZER DfBce: Conybeire Block. Phonm 711 dad 1065. bi-2 WELDING THE PYIIAMID DBCORATINC- CO. Interior Decorating and Paporhangiug a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. E1C 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1500 Thirty.flvo years' experience 111 Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 lltn Street South Hktlrnates free. Hes. phone 110-t BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTII. 1004 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA. 409 5th St. a. Varni LigLtiDg a. Specialty for Bloctrlcal Wort of Cfrd'jfon Templo ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCiATIOS OP ARMY AND NAVT Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge TTuit No. 34 Veterans deatrous of joining tfla above association, can obtain in- formation and application form; from the secretary, L. Leith, P. O. Box No. 6, Letabrldge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not hive your Autorao- S1Io Ridiator Re-cored befora the troat comes, with the best Honey-comb Coro obtainable. Drop in and 1st us tell you About It, or ask someona who has oae. They STAND UP. ANDY Tho Radlater 4th Ave! S. Behind Grill. PIANO TUNING 11. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 'j.-) Hon.' ,rure Cci'tilicute M. T. j UeEerencea to the leading musicians ot tlle city. Phono 1168. j 627 lOlli Street South. 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. x Tractor Cylinders ifiground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 1216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Navn Ajftnt First India. Jlu nf riic. arrival of MK; Dnkn r! vviu met by General Lord Alluuby (.loftjs in Madras, TOT A HERALD WANT AD. Doris L R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-porrftAiTime, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;