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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBU1DGE DA1LV 11FIULD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920 ttbe Xetbbriboe Ibevalfc letbbrfofle, alberta DAILY AND WEIKLY rraprMort and Publlthert THI UETHBRIDCE HERAI.O PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED tit eth South, W, A. FrMidODt and Mauagici Iiirecicr Tom net Biuinsss TELEPHONES Utttrlil Offic. 125Z .1291 Mimfetr Audit Bureau of Subscription Rttei: Dully, wwlc.....} delivered, per yeir mill. year f.OO WwVljr, bjr mall, per jut LW WMkljr. mall, per to U.S. 100 DatM ot eipiry or luttcripllon U dillr on address label. Accept- oeople of Southern Alberta. It is the present plan of the Pro- vincial Government lo induce the Federal Government to buy the bonds at par value. In this connection it well to remember that the Federal Jovernmenl oCfered a year ago to lend (he Provincial Government the money 'or carrying out the irrigation'project, provided the latter would guarantee ;he bonds. It is difficult to anticipate what action tho Federal 'Co'vermnem will take in regard proposal; but there is at least this assurance that tbe Provincial Government vir- tually though not nominally guaran- tee the interest on the bonds and makb provision for any eventualities In regard to them by the proposal of setting up a fund 'for guaranteeing the Interest and other contingencies. It is highly encouraging to hear from the Hps of the Premier that the report of the irrigation expert, Mr. George Anderson, who 1 ooked over ibe ground In regard to the Lelhbridge Northern project, Is that the scheme is feasible and that there is an ample supply of -water. It Is also greatly assuring to hear tho'pronouncetoenl (haI his Government have come to the decision to aid because "in thai area are people over whom we have government and control, who are look- ing to us for financial aid." Further, ho sensed the need of thaUaid when lie went on to 33y "Conditions in these areas in Hmes of drouth hare caused the people to appeal to us for aid' Irom time to time, and wo believe the time has arrived to lend whatever aid is necessary to remedy (hose con- ditions." A project which will mean much to Iho city and district is the material hope held out that tlie railway line hrough tbe Iron Springs nnd Turin districts will in the near future in )eing, in the steps so far taken by he C. P. II. Whatever will be uf- ected in tbe benefits from-irrigation n the district through which the pru posed railway will run will be en- hanced should this line be built. The building of the LethbridgDAYcy- burn gap another announcement of the assuring ao-J encouraging kind whicn is held out for the development of the district. It will mean much Alia., Feb. Qncy' tiiort! Champion and district is in tho of winUT Tlie storm which be- gan on evening eon- linuod for 'J4 hours and is still iu J. O. Reid's sale- on Wednesday has teen rated as a great success. The crowd was one of the largest seen ai a. sale for a long time, auil the realised were on the whole better thai; ivids expected, considering the terms were cash. J. O, expects to leave for Ihe coast in a few days. Mr. und Mrs. K. Anderson ivont to C'algary this week to Attend the funeral of Mr. Anderson's cuuein, wbo died following pneumonia. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins entertained at '.lieir home on Wednesday evening when about thirty guests spent a very of irrigation at whilst, The Ladies' Aid met iu Hie church on Thursday last instead of at tbe home of Mrs. L. M. au nounced, owing [o the storm. All necessary corivoyauccb were lined up when the etoriu once more changed Addiessed Community Club Monthly Luncheon and Made Splendid pression Committee Considering F. A. Holds Social Evening tho plans. There were about tweut) members present in' spite of tue weath er. During the course of the meeting Mrs. K. Anderson, ou behalf o the Aid, presented -Mrs. Cook with a music case as n token of (heir es- teem, on the occasion of her leaving Champion to take up residence at tlie const. Mrs. J. X, Ueaubiur also spoke in terms of high praite of the work of Mrs. Cook during her stay in Mrs, Cook with Mr. Cook aud Margaret leaves for Vancouver early in the week. Mrs. J. X. Deaubior was one of the two speakers at tlif. "Wooian's Insll- lute in Calgary Ibis week. The meet- ing was held In the public library. Almost, if not quite, a record price in this district for a milk cow was paid at Reid's sale on Wednesday, wfieu his cow and month-old calf realized bought by R. Tyler, Mr. George Campbell made a busi- ness trip to Calgary on Tuesday eve- ning and returned on "Wednesday night. The Rev. F. T. Cook preaches his farewell sermon m tho church.on Sun- day next, (he 22nd. (Kroin Our Own VU.OAN', Alta.. Riv- era, warden of provincial Jail ".elhbridge, was frht- speaker at the second uiouthly luncheon cf the Vul- can Community Club which was held at the imperial hotel at S p.iu. wi the 19th instant, when over 00 guests sat down lo an excellent supper prepared Dy the management and staff ol the hotel. The tables wore arranged in shape of a "li" and every availably seat was taken. After eruce was said by the. Rev. Mr. Hays, pusior nf (he Presbyterian church, the guests aat down and did ample justice to the splendid luncheon served by tho hotel staff. It had been arranged that Mr. C, Jamfesoiij vice-president of tho Leth- bridge Hoard-of Trade, was to-come up and siv.e hn address to the mem- bers of the Community Club, accom nanied (f possible by the Rev. Capt Denoon, However, at 11 a.m. on the da> set for the luacheou. a wire was re- ceived from Mr. Jaiuieson stating thn on account of a very heavy cold he would not be able to he with us. am that Capt. Denooti was otherwise en gaged. Over fifty tickets had b; that time been sold, and the execu live was in rather a dilemma, unti Mr. Butcbart suggested that we en deavor to secure die good olfices'o Doctor Rivers to come up und give u an address. The wires ware kept busy until the good doctor agreed to cpme Mr. M. L. Gordon, the president o the Community Club, in introducing he speaker, pointed out in a. few brie remarks the work of the club durlnj tho past mofftli; in regard to negotla Uons with the C.P.K. re placing phone In hero; bettor.tele graphic service, anil the fustallatlo and equipment of a public library of about one thousand volumes. "Per- haps some oi-you may not te he said, "that Kirtcaldy and Ensign enjoy a better telegraph service than :ve do at Vulcan. A committee has f Considerable "Sickness- in the "VVhitla ported at' THE EARNEST OF A GOOD TIME COMING The optimism which for the tnos part Is Ihe salt of life lo the West i largely founded on hope. Today UK people of Southern Alberta have Ihcl pershlenl optimism based on a con crels foundation In the various pro- jects that have advanced from tho chrysalis stage of desire lo Ibe mat in affording a direct line to Winnipeg and in relieving what ftieans a great deal to nil parts of the district, ibe possibility of grain congestion. It will also help greatly In the freight traffic The possibilities ahead for the city and district may without BxagKenit be said to bo enormous. At no stago in the history of the city has there over been firmer ground lo build c hopes of expansion and prosperity looks as if'the city, anil with 'it Uie district, is after waiting truly coming into Us inheritance. It would be that we gauged the possibilities in a business not a spuculativi spirit and prepare lo inus of them In a business ami priirtiCM way. We have liad uipcriiiu rj-; i boom days. There is much in tli proapcct to tempt the repetition But tho wfsrtom ot emporium- should now prevail, and with tho soli ground to build on, for wliicli we liav tho reasonable assurance, wo should get. ready to mnke Ihe most of and profit by Ihu opportunitiM which time, It ia assured, will brtilg in Ing a business use of (hern. (Krom Our Own Corresp STIRUNG, Keb. 2 'ebruary llih, the St n4 U. P. W. A. bad a very ng program. Those taklufi Mrs. Sarah U Earl and Mr rio, Mrs, A. K. Pawns, lardy and Miss Harlett Clark, conclusion of tne progran Zaugg asked for a vo _ P. A. wanted to ____ offlcersyor Join with the U. F. A, It was "moved and seconded that they ioin with the U. F. A. Tho remainder of tho evening was spent In ihnctng nnrt refreshments were served a! 11.30. A very enjoyable time was had [jy all and wo hope to havo more libo them. Friday evening a Valentine and Leap year danco was held In the Stir hall. Both married and single came out to join la the good time. Saturday evening Miss Endora iwbs entertained a number of he frlocds at a valentine social at her home. The evening was spent In games and music at the close of which a dolnly lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. John Aler celebrated thcrlr tin wedding on Tuesday evening. Supper was served at nine o'clock, covers being laid for about thirty guests. After supper singing, recita- tions and games were enjoyed. TAose present 1 UP IN SSING i Ho fei cc THE MAN auttaorlllet ng dances owing to the be are 1 7.000 concerns in engaged, in making John Gairoe, Seafortn, was president el the B U. P. be ry ol St. Thomas gas a petition asking for ou evils In wages. Ksrl; r-j. Clara Gates of ince. by away after a week's illnMB th Boy age of 90 Mrs. K. irk. At Cook, turnkey of tbe jail, mme a bonus o: 5100 by couutjr i elect J. P. .MacFVtene. ot the 1 alter church will go to Cornwall. J. M. Ciwpbell, manager ot the Royal Ued Deer, hai been tram ferred to Calgary. J. A. Hale, ol Salt' costs, succeeds hta. Four cars of silk from Japan, valued at were ftrried acrois the St. Lawrence from Pretcott, hivim; been rushed by special trains from Vancouver en roule Now York. Laet winter a farmer near Minna, Alia, into his tummer fallow inowplow, throwtnj up inov ridges about 30 feet apart. He hid a good crop of wheat while neigh- bors had a light one. The mow thus saved gava the additional moisture that tssdc the crop. It proved to bo good w.-iukle, worth West Farmer. were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Osden, Sir. and Jlrs, n. G. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Jloward Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Coffin, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. F. Cnrls- lenson, Mri and Mrs. A. J. Seely, Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ford Brandley, Mr. and-Mrs. A. Proc- tor, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. S. Ivle, Mrs. George Oler. Mrs. S. Clark, Mrs. Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kari, Mr. P. Myers and Mr. A. Adamsoo. Miss Alice Ogden was hostess at a delightful party at her home on Wed nesday evening. The time was spent In music, games and dancing, at the close of vrhlch dainty viands were par- been appointed lo take this mailer taken of. up -with the C.P.H., and we are going i .Tae meeting house building commit- to try to have this condition rcme-ltae mel at the homo of Albert Brand Dominion Products Co., of Brant ford have applied for a permit to build a faclory. Any person who sneezes more than once in Manlstce, .Mich., the- atre must be ejected, the Health De- partment ruled. K. XI. Jacks, a lifelong resident gt Desero'uto, died suddenly at his home. This year's St. Patrick's Day parade !n Montreal may bo the last, owing, it is said, to the ridicule to which 11 is subjected by'spectatcrf. Mrs. Derrett, wife of the late editor and lessee of 4he Plncher Creek Echo, has decided lo continue the Echo under her own management. Mr. G. W. accountant at the Union High River, was transferred to Airdrie branch where he will act as manager. J. Roberts, Calgary, a returned sol dier, .who was a regimental sorgean in the 3tst Battalion, D.C.M., has bcei appointed a policeman- at Cranbrook Itev. T. W. Cosens, of Cornwall, has accepted an invitation to the Eastern Methodist church, Ottawa! and Kev. died. In regard lo ibe library, a com- mittee has been. appointed to view the municipalities of Marquis 'and Royal and .the Vulcan town coun- cil to ascertain] )f ijill riot be" ley to discuss ways of getting finances to erect a new church. After the business of the me.eting. refreshments served. On the same evening chotr practice Bible -to secure (a grant in orderiwas held. After singing the boys to get Ihe library started. Inlorma- joined in a1 game of basketball. Made With Brains In the Mason Piano it U not a case so niuch TirnUh, keys, ac- Uon, hardware, irprjr, etc., honestly uiiafatBd and pat to- gether. They are biillt into a perfect Instrument with skill uuouuthiR to jenius, Sold .Jo you direct from thn n Biter through our ojra stores, Mid on easy (ermt. Aek lor Style Booklet. You love children. Help the K.P.S.C. fund. Our Own WHITLAi, Feb. :to ife of Jack McDonnell, of Whitla, ouncing boy. This is the. first-born nd naturally the only baby in the! McDonnell Is taking care of 'at Coleman's place while Mr. Cola- ir.'i nnd family are spending thy win- Iu Medicine Hat. McDonnell was formerly Miss Myrtle Commelt. Mrs. Richardaon, wife of Postmas- er Sam Richardson, IK recovering rom a wicked attack of 'fiu. She was onflned lo her bed for three :t3uyg. This docs not mean that her illness van any the less severe, for Mrs. tichardson simply will not allow sick' to get the best of her for any ength of lime. She is now taking care of her young daughter, Maiine, vho was taken down yesterday. Mrs. HcbardBon usually puts in tlie after- noon assisting her husband at store und it Is hoped by her many 'riends that sho will soon be seeti there again. Five children arid a grar.d-child ol Charlie Sturm, a well and favorably tion had been received from Mr. Cal- houn ib ihe''ettVthkiil for every dol- lar w? can-_rnispMp the pro- vmcial govern mem will grant dollar for dollar each year, and the balance of the cost of .Sjime could easily be; by public Subscription.'1 ;j Doctor Rivera-on rising to speak congratulateil the club on what they hail .already accomplished and for the. work and aims 4hey had In Plunging Into bia subject, which ap- parently is one very dear to his heart, namely, ''Prison the doc lor held the attention of his audience in tnc grip of his masterful address for over an hour'and a half. Although we cannot term ..the- doctor an orator especially, yot he IB something more than that, because' from his' words, and bis gestures, we get something of the personality, the character, and the principles of the man that Me be- hind the words.. Reviewing at some length the conditions that eiisted in the prisons of England and France in the 4Ime of John Howard, when tuc'ii were freated worse than animaU, sleeping and working in mwcntllateii rind unhealthy quarters, with their foot! thrown to them like dogs, and coming down to the present day sys- A baefcetball game between the, school and town boys wae played on Friday night. The town boys win- ning by the-score ot 15 to 10. Another game between the married men was played. There was also a number of relay races between the girls which very and Lottie Searle of.Leth- bridge have been in town spending the week-end with Jennie Mrs. L. K. Holman of L'thbridge, was in town spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fawns. Mra. Nora Acroid Is in town visiting her sister, Mrs. Julia Christens on. Mr. W. F. Ogden, who has been on a trip to the States has returned ar.d his friends welcome him home. The Masses Annie and Ruth Boyson are in Raymond visiting their stater Mrs. Edith PlepgrflsE. .Mrs. Chrlatenson who has teen iu Ihe Gait hospital for some time returned home on Saturday. Mr. A. J. Seely was a business vis- itor to Lethbrldge on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Garrett of Stirling, a son. The health of the people hero con tinues to be good. There is no 'flu He dealt.with the reforms lhatjin town at the present time and we had been affected in Ontario hy efforts of the late Hon. Mr. llanha, and then -to his own charge al bridge. In tact, ho painted sucli a glowing picture of freedom, crise, and "almost luxury that obtains at- his Iii- stitiiUon that we liad begun almost r j-, _., known farmer residing hrar this place to make plans for a change of ruar- are reported down with 'flu while had the doctor not Informed us of his sons, ticiiny and Kdilie, are (hat was not just now drumming slowly recovering from fhe same mal- ady. A distress call was sent here from! up any nevr business. The cloc'or certainly has the power hope (he people will be careful so that an epidemic will not get started. CANADA ARRIVES THROUGH ICEFIELDS HiALJFAX, X.S., 'Feb. a trip of iiinc days from Liverpool, the White liner Onndtia rived here Sunday. The steamer Ij fi75 passengers, 400 of whom landed here, tho remainder going on (he ship to sway the emotions and feelings of to Portland, Main-i. The steamer Wiunifred yesterday asking for some-Mils audience, for many an audible (ported thai east of tbo Grand JUanta one to go there and nurso one of wns heard as he recounted nnd she encountered large ice fields and teachers who is dangerously ill vriutj described some touching scene, be-1 many smaller bnrgs. The steamer twccn and son, or husband and taken placo In his pres- Bvory effort forth lo secure someone.- but every woman approached had one or once at flio jail, lo be followed cases of illness in her own family ami as a ronseriuenco no could he given the unfortunate wonhtn from tin's place. (3en. Aeheson, who with Ills brotUcrin-Iaw, J. N'enbitl, IP ing on a largo scale Jierc, is just out itf who was wife, tliat per- by recital'of something lutll-j crous ihai vroutd -instantly put his in a happier frame of mind.! lie "arc men just likn you and 1, who have been Forc-ly ;md templed beyond the lit n-sistrtnce, and have hnlning them selves to pr-ssed through fields of ice for miles. Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Sailve Opens the Pores and Penetrates Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache, Spasmodic; Croup and kindred ailments. Apply to the skin .just over thiaffected parts and nib GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils po that you will be continually inhaling the vapors' while in the presence of patients who are with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other public places duriHg'ari epidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any Griper In-' fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve before the germs can reach the throat FOR THE SICK Place One 'Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in the sickroom. The Antiseptic Vapor'rising from salve makes patient. It induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, CoWs, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumonia. The Healing Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and is very comforting. Price 35c per box; If your Druggist hasn't any, "sertd SSc in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Company; 193 Spadina Ave., Toronto, and a full-size box will be mailed to yoil promptly. Ilin winler in MeUicino Hal. camel tiial dl'tl not bflong to over to look out for things unti: Auhc-j They nave noi thnir foil slnirjk off 'Mu, tJicy liav only stuhhcrl their to'n, and 1 Mr. and CiiRK. I. Vreetnim vs-rnt may In- wim'hacth to manhotid anil f lo ih" Ktif fiveiils-.g in w. (boir limiiirable living by Itm oxcrcist- off diuighifr. whom il patience. and the con-' WHS unt "jti.st s fifknce of tliolr fellow-mon. So long1 is anuiiling Mgh School jnsi a tnfin retafna tfoino ol his is flHlil ami nat-! so you can put him pn bis At a meeting of the shareholders of Trunk held !r. don, Kng.. Ihero was much [ilaaatl.ifac- Mon voiced over Ihe terms of sutilc- ment coire to. One would hnvo Imagined that the hiive welcomed any scheme for gel- ting rid of what must have linen lo them a "white elephant" In Iho ex- of IKT falher ;.nd urally Tliri'R oliilOrt-n of Hoh (Jllroy arc ilo'Aii. Ilnb (juitu a large family and it hojicil that the disease gets no further unions llicin. Aug. and Monhiirl have juM (nun whftnr (hey bcf-n erflctinKj nn with nujiiL-3 fur tin; linriui; (In; ript li.; in' winter. manlininl. ilif.-y iiiy, liris hlR huila- and !iig boom on thore ia unt n dutdl-! able Inilldlrtx of any .sort in ilie (ov.njtuui limit for rent. The pair paid per rnonth very for nn ordhinry bedroom with' only to I-.KM- 1 one Ijcd ifi it during their slay Af Both are fanners ami have Ilicirjuif! il honor (hen; is still hope.1 Drieu.r Shvera made an earnesi ap- peal to iiis audience not lo forsake or to slnin tilt- hail hoy ol the village bixrmi.--e in- had, but to !oa'< always I for the and lo give him a kindly woril i IM I'lir.igemcnt whenever jjo.s-! of him lo in his wliicli runo with liin cii 'Ihf doctor is Oi'irnftijl i fi'nl he intfTiscly in hifl work of tlic insUtu-1 r itis charge, and wtp (i liiive him with and a li.arly vole r.1 Ihauk which was nilivecl bv Mr i nerienct they Trunk. liatl Ortincl homes and lamilles U'hllla and I iiutchan anil seconded by Mr. T returiRHl work. here, lo fix up for nation i! anlhetn was -anny, IIH.' II.IIK iivnii wap HEAD OFFICE W1NNTPEQ, MAN. UTHERS DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, MAW FURS AND TALLOW AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT LETHBR1DGE ALBERTA BUTCHERS, FARMERS, have the opportunity to dispotc ol your Hides, Wool, Raw Furs, etc., at highest market prices. Why not grasp it? We arc'absolutely the largest Dealers in Western Canada selling direct to tanneries. Write today for our quotations and shipping tags. TRY "CARRUTHERS" THEY ALWAYS SATISFY A, CARRUTHERS LTD. Phone 595 1251 2nd AvnueS. ;