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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'mm fHUHSDAY, FKBHIJARY 21, tfll* THE LETHBRIDGE Dvit-Y HERALD GREATER EFFORT I. H (Kroin Our Own Oorreapoiu'lPiif J  MugniUi, l'>.l). ifl,-A Rood crowd of l)ooi*1n wivh present, at the Had Crows meeting lieM in tho town hall on i''ri-\vn Correspondent) Commerce, Fob. 18.---A very pleasant evening was spent at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ueid on Monday night hint, the occasion being a party given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jeffries before Ihejr departure for their new home in Auburn, Washing* ton. A ilolighlful program was rendered whh'h consisted of music, recitations and grama phono selections. Special mention may be made of the musical selections by Mrs. IT. Dunning and the reading by Mrs. Pnrdy which were heartily applauded. Mrs. I/arper on behalf of the ladies of the Hod Cross Society presented Mrs. Jeffries wit it u hand bag, while Mr. Jeffries wan the recipient of a club bag from members of the Chinook Coal Company. After supper, which was served by tho. hostess in her excellent manner, games were played in which nil took an act ive part, until midnight proclaimed the hour for departure. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries will be much missed by their wide circle of friends and acquaintances, who wish them prosperity in their new home. Commerce Social Club intend holding a Grand Masquerade Ball in Commerce School hail Wednesday night on February 27th. This will be the best dance of the season, so get busy and got -your costume ready. Prizes will be given for the best costumes, lady and gentleman, and also for*the second best. Admission is liy ticket GRASSY LAKE iVn>m Our own Com '. ial meeting Saturday and doeided i>> n'-ml $ 1 Th� Ut the branch at Calgary. Word has been received by friends that Fd. Meacham and Waller C,William iiave each' received th^lr boxes sent by the ladles of Cnusy Luke before Christmas. Rev. Dr. Ferguson, superiniendenf of Presbyterian missions for Alberta arrived Saturday and i-; ihe guest of Rev. and Mrs. Barrett ut the Manse. Last week we report*''} an accident to little (iladys Walter.-* uln> broke hei arm by falling over banister at school. The principal .-rates that she herself leaned over and in some manner overbalanced. There was no blame attached to any on*- it being entirely an accident, it is rii" custom for the children to pass quietly up or down the stairs. The majority ,,Y the children had in fact been let out a few minutes before the accident. Mr. John Paterson who has been .visiting his daughter Mrs. \V. F. Lynn that lie is contemplating erecting a first clasn garage at this point A. Hamilton ha� rented the present post office to a druggist from Red Deer, who we undemtaud. U going to open an up'to-dat* drug store her*. K. Brown lift for a trip to Sfcatern Canadian polnU on Thursday last. shall lie obliged to keep a record of , tho manner in which all liquors are ; dispensed, and that he shall ho , obliged to produce an affidavit as to the correctness of name If demand-I ed. This record, It la proposed, J shall ho open to inspection of the | government �i any time. | It /ma been pointed out to the at-. , , . ,i torucy-goneral's department that, in inert' convenif?nt for tiie physician Calgary, Feb. 18.--Further uelallfl Washington, Feb. 2u.-After nUen-sive preparations silently and systematically carried on. It i* apparent that both the OermauR and tho allies ara ready for the long expected offensive in the west, Secretary of War Bukor says ipday in hia review of military operations for the week ended Feb.'Hi. "While there have been outwardly no developments in the military situation in the west during the period under review." says the statement, "yet it Is apparent that both the enemy and the allies, after extensive preparations, which hove been silently and systematically carried on, are ready for battle. The'Germans have* recently withdrawn a number of their veteran west front units from the front line trench-: |(es and are, busily training them in mo-' bile warfare. eial liquor act whereby the chief bur | don of accounting for the medicinal 1 dispensation of liquor will be placed | upon the vendor instead of tho phy-nietau who writes a prwriptlon, have been revealed. The present aci is unworkable to, a certain extent, �� en form is prescribed in which phjsielany shall make their report* to the auonrey-gen'erals deparfamen>l, accompanied by affidavit**, of the Jlquor which they prescribe. Tho recent niantfate of the in,-minion government prohibiting the i shipment, of liquor into dry territory such as Alberta, however, has changed matters so materially that the pro- s.# vlnclal authorities anticipate little. ,v trouble in enforcing tho liquor aet. in the future. For this reason it is proposed to amend the provincial act so that in the future all purchases of Jlquor shall be made through the provincial government vendor. Easier on Physicians It is proposed that the physicians be required to make no return, but, j thai everyone who handles liquor) � t'i meer his needs through tbe local druggtsr. hut the department is not. disposed ') make any except tun along I.ieui Tinitaus Sneddon just return-�'d frniii 'iVf-rse.;^. has entered a partnership wiili r.oo MeMahon In the Overland g;irnge af Taher. v v v v v > *> v *> ADVOCATE PERMANENT GOVT, OWNERSHIP VVn^hUiKioiu \?v.h. 10.-Form-anenf tfovernnumt ownership of tliH railroad nilhur than Roveni-ment control for tin* period of the war was advocated by Senator Johnson of California today in a speech opposing the senate draft or the administration^ railroad bill #4 4~* >> �> > * According to tho Agricultural Gazette just to hand, tho livestock branch-of the department of agriculture, .Ottawa, last your graded and offered for which mav be obtained from tho fol- on the ranch at Mapl- ondynt') Burdott, Feb. 18.-Alex. Jackson and family returned this week from a trip to the Pacific coast and all expressed themselves as pleased ut get back to Sunny Alberta. Waddeil's garage was opened for business on Saturday last with a full force of expert mechanic A. U. Kygg returned on Wednesday last from a trip through the middle west States. Contractor Kay is busy moving his family from Grassy Lake into his new home on Sixth avenup. and Eighth street north. Mr. Ferguson of the standard Bank Lethbrldge, was a visitor to the local branch this week. Mr. Ferguson will be remembered locally as the man who drove Battle Axe Billy in its eventful trip from Medicine Tlai. That none of our town council belong to the Kennel Club may be gathered from the fact that at the last council meeting the dog iiw for 1918 was placed at 55 for males and $15 for females. Bro. Brigham the genial traveller for the Shamrock brand of products was a visitor to our fair burg this week, Brig is a great talker on increased hog production. Hoy Beattie has made several visits to our town lately and it is rumored Proof that Some Women go Avoid Operations Mrt* Etta Dorion, of Ogdentburg, Wis., says: f'I suffered from female trouble3 which caused tnerctag pains like % knife through my back and side. 1 Anally lost all my strength so I had to^go to bed. The doctor advised an operation but Iwould not Ksten to it. I thought of what 1 had read about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and tried it. The first bottle brought great relief and air bottles have entirely cured me. All women who have female trouble of any kind should try LydiA E- Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation; Canton, Ohio.-"I suffered from a female trouble which caused me muub suffering, and two doctors decided that I would have to go through an operation beforq I 'could get well. 'My mother, who had been helped by Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound, advised me to try it before submitting to an operation. It relieved me from my troubles so I can do my house work without any difficulty. I advise any woman who is afflicted with female troubles to give Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial and it will do as much for them."-Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 Gth JSt., K. E., Canton, Ohio. Every Sick Woman Shou 1 v 1^ V. 1 A ^^^^^r '^^^^^B^^^^^^H^^^T ^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^B^^P^^^^^^F ^^^^^^^^^^F ^^^h^^v ^^^^^^^^t^^^^^t^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^P^V ^^^h^^'^^^vv^' ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^pp^^p ^^^^W^V ^^^B^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^- -^^^^^r -~~ Before Submitting lb An Operation //// A A CUM KM AM MEDICINE LYNN.MASS DYGERT'S PERCHERON AND BELGIAN STALLIONS iViv; Li 1 h 4 5^ h + m * ^3  X. + 4 k - I t\4 x � * w h >T*3 mm � t * J H ' � h 4 1 - ww _h n Mm i k * ^ WW hi* x - r m fa Mi m m m r j ess sfc-p: as,*.* 3SE m :- m Fs I'.'iVi'iVi' Some of my young Percheron and Belgian Stallions now at Roger)' Sale Barns, Lethbridge WE ARE OFFERING our good young stallion* and registered mares at greatly reduced prices lor a short time this winter before the opening of our regular spring /selling season, when every one joins the rush to buy stallions and mares. IJ We are handling only the best On account of the large quantities of horses I am handling, 1 can sell you a good animal on a very close margin. My guarantee gives perfect protection to my customers. Will you let us show you the finest selection of Registered Percheron and Belgian Stallions and Mares ever offered for sale* in Canada. Will you buy early and take advantage of the special sale prices I am now CI Write us if you want a Club formed in your community to buy a top notch stallion. 0 NEXT IMPORTATION FEBRUARY 1918 Write or Phone f bone S 3 0 Lethbridge, Alberta Barn on Third Street UT ;