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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY J5, 'lilt; LETHliKlMiJS DAILY PAGE THRI NOWBTHETOHETOCETRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MAflflNERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT Annual Meeting Wants Bow Island Activities (I-'rom Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND. Feb. moctiug called !u the Rest Room and the following officers of tllo 1921 Hoard vt Trade'woro elected: President, it. K. Beattie; Vice-prcdideilt, J. W. Iteld; becretai-y, S. Y. Hurst; Executive: 11. Koach, B. Uladmau, A. F. Uulumge; ask 'the it car bo Tllo Hoard of will C. I'. 11. to ri-l.iKlatu thu lilul ator. and also (hat thu healed continued. Buvnai IckT.rams and Itltcrs tronj doctors relative to locating here were read uiid the wjia empow- ered to look Into tho matter and cu- cctlrc tho location of a doctor if uou- KlIllC. The All Saints' Ladies Aid met with Ander.ion last Thursday alter- noon and there was a good attenci- ance. A pleasant arternoon v.-as spent, a dainty luncl. lining served by tho din-ins tbe afternoon. The United Church Ladies' Aid will meet in the Ilest Room this Thur3- day "afternoon. Tho service in Si. Andrew's church was conducted by Mr. Lane, of West- Held. There was a well-filled church Ointher, to greet the speaker for the i-, 'T, to snna LIIU speaiicr tor me evening AD ttolfe I. D Jarnos, L. those who attended were greatly and A.-E. Browning. b Mr. Lait chose as his text, "Am I My Brother's Keeper." The audience followed tho speaker from point to point anil each fell that if the answer were to be given it mubt be in the af- firmative so plainly was the- matter laid before them. The Women's Institute hold the reg- ular monthly meeting in tho 'Rest ASPIRIN "Bayer" is only Genuine Warning! It's criminal to take a chance on any substitute for genuine "Baytir Tablets of prescrib- ed by phjralclans for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Unless you soo the namo "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting As- pirin at all. In overy Haver package are directions for ColdB, Heartache. N'eurnlila. RheumaMsm, Earache, Toothache. Ltsmhago and for Pain. boies of twelve tablets-cost centa. Druggists also sell larger packages.. Made Canada. Aspirin Is the trade, mark (registered in Can- of Bayer Manufacture of Mono aeetloaeidaster of Sallcylicacid. irlicr 9? school, ;i very fuirprino jit thn home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Jl. Hands, she Maying. Tho tinio passrrt pleasantly in whist ur.d ilancliiK, the music tor Uic lattor bciiip pl.'iyci! Messrs. Goo. (Jllliemon nml (ieo. At mi'lntght n Ijnimtlt'ul lunch was Kyrvi'd aflei1 which carthi and dancing was r P. sum oil njinimind I fur some 1 AH iu uttenditiicc report u most on- 1 time and Mr. and Mrs.' Hands as A 1 host ;tnd hostess. A dunce vras held in tho LanpiIcH school house last Friduy night. KOLIIO (if Bow Island's young jjooplu were t present anil report a good time. j Tho Hook Club met last evening at] the homo of Mrs. Archio Hoaglin. A( pleasant ovpning TV as sjient at cards, followed by a social time 'over the (Uiinty lunch Korved by tho hostess. XI r. Peterson, north cast of town. who was seriously ill. was taken to Medicine Hat last to the pital and is now receiving medical treatment from Dr. Smyth there. XI i'. Jack Turner of Magrath, inspector of the Alberta Pacilic Xele- vatoi'a of the south, was ;i business visitor In town last Thursday. Mr. A. F. .Werts was a business vis- itor in Runlet t on Thursday. Mrs. 1 Tallies who has lieen spend- CONSIDER THE "WANT" AD. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Room last Saturday afternoon. As ing the past couple of weeks with her both, the president and vice-presidcn! were ill the meeting was in charge second vice-president, Mrs. Thompson. The meeting was opened by singing after which tho routine work was gone through. The president and secretary were sister, Mrs. Ceo. Monds. returned to her home in Lethhridge last Saturday. Mr. BrenU Smith arrived the latter part of the week and wit! some time looking about bis interests here. Mr. Lane ot Westfield. spent the week-end in town and while here was namert to represent tbe W. I. at ap guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 'Still. meeting In the Municipal Chambers) Mr. and. Mrs. Emmerson have I on 12lh in a floc or here "ere' ni After the business meeting a short program was given and very much enjoyed. Mrs. J. Pollott gave two reel their guest the former's sister, EmmerKon. Mrs. J. Bennlng and Mrs. Morley Manning of Maleb spent the day in train lwu town, leaving on the evening tations in her usual pleasant'style, for Hat. "The Second Mile" and "Why Do Girls B: Arthurs returned to town Wed." Mrs. Bert Tollett gave two! on Saturday, having spent a pleasant selections on the organ which were! visit with B. F. Hands, well received. Mrs. A. read' Mrs. Chas. Thompson's many tMECARE OF THAT COUGH Some people get a nasty cough and iion't pay much attention to it, say- ing, "Oh, it will wear Sway in a thort but while it may wear off, serious, injury may have been done to the lungs and respiratory organs by the prolonged, harsh, rack- friends will be pleased to learn that is recovering from her serious paper on Women's Inatiiites pared by Miss Mclsaacs. ___ There was a splendid Illness. though the weather was not veryi Rev. V. M. Clilhert. we are pleased to pleasant. Eight women added their'report, is now to sit up for a names to the membership roll name- while. Mrs. Gilbert too. we are glad ly, Mesdamos Monds, Wiley, to learn is recovering from an attack U. Pollett, Hurlburt, Thomas, West j of quinsy, and Garrison, No new cases of scarlet fever repprt- At the close of the meeting a social nut several cases of tho mumps time was spent over the lunch served arc reported. by the hostesses, Mrs. Batefflan and i The Inspector of the Union Bank Mrs. Werts. has been here on an official visit the The next meeting will he Saturday.' Past fow days. February ]0th, when Mcsdames Han-' --4. report from Ottawa on the Primary Association, .Mrs. W na, Gage and Garrison will entertain.' ini't.; confirming- the appointment of Stone was sustained on Feb. a: A pantry sale and tea will bo held John Stanfield qf Nova Scotia anJ J. President and Mrs. U'. Card as he iu the G. W. V. A. club room ou Sat-: A. McDonald of Shediac, N. B., to councillor. The second counclllo urday afternoon by tho ladies' auiil- senate. _. wl1' chosen later, lary. Senator McDonald is a brother of J. J. Mangan and daughter, Mis! If It is a willing worker for a small wage. f It kicketh not at long but worketh willingly and well both by clay and by night, If It achicveth great results with the smallest outlay of wealth on record. If It is mightier than the fighting man, for it striketh thine eye with force and thou hast no come-back. If It can only be conquered by propitiating its master with a reply to its message. If In some respects it resembleth the postage, stamp in that it sticketh to its job until it get- teth home. If But it is infinitely superior to the postage stamp and the letter that it covereth in that it conveyeth thy message at about one-thous- andth part of the cost. If Therefore, be wdsfe and let not opportunity- slip by thee. In plain English, USE HERALD WANT ADS. THEY GET RESULTS. LADIES Wo make switches, transformations, etc.. from your combings. Switches I I'l. 07.. Sahvay Ilnlr Factory, t'aivlsion, Alta. SPi BELLA COHSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN' 1321 10tli Avc. S., Cor. 14th St. i-'KEK PERSONAL INTERVIEWS fir particulars by mail, regarding] Viavi rtcmedies. Lethbrldgs Viavl Co. Mrs. K. F. lluack. Phono 1SSS. 5-T Sth St. S. 42-2'j 08TRPATHIU J. OS'J'EOPATHIC PHYSICIAN S'liMS-iO Bids. and br appointment Phone 1993 _, DANCE MUSIC THIS CHEERIO" cl.estra can supply the music for any stylo of dance. Phone 1344. _____ MATEIi.XITY XURSIXl? PRIVATE HOSPITALS Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room for ladies pending and rturins accmichmenl. Terms moder- ate. Sclby 529 12th St. X. 1'HE VAX HAARLEM Private Hos- pital. 1234 7th Avo. S., Lethbrldge; J Iiono 74a. Accommodation (or sur- fe-lcal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Bates 530.00, J33.00 and 130 a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MISS AILEISN M. and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy ond Royal Colleire of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year .successful. J1RS. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for tho Toronto Conservatory ot Music eiams it desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th ATS A South. F. Anderson, Jr., as president of 1st .Mrs. W. in the Rest Room last Saturday; night. The regular work gone over, the roll was called, after which when new members were asked for J. ,1. .Mangan and daughter, Nellie, returned this week Miss from lag coughing ______ On tha nrst sign of a cough or cold I responded. The get a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway then a shoi I'ine Syrup. It will that nasty, I Song, "O organ selection, troublesome cough, ease tire tightness Bessie Calders; recitation -Ubert I across tho chest, and loosen the phlegm. Mrs. Wm. Earnshaw. Ont., winter I caught a Imd senate. Senator Mr.nonald is a brother of The junior U.F.A. held n meeting Mrs. V. A. Bateman ot Bow Inland. _____ ____ is spending the winter with her Walla Walla, Wash., where they mother at ITaHiax, Nova Scotia. spent tho winter. Mr. .Mangan intends The weather has moderated again renting his farm, south of Raymond hi'nook the coming' season if he can find C. She arrived in Raymond last week. Jno. Anderson, Jr., reports a pleasant jnd profitable time in Cal- Rary :if. the seed fair. He secured prizes on some ul his seed wheat he Jiart on exhibition and .was successful in plncing it at various points in the province for seed tests. Mr. Anderson will speak on "The Dairv Cow" at the F. A. meeting Friday, Feb. 23 I in Raymond. HAVE YOU CORRECT GLASSES Truly the world will look brighter it you are properly lilted with the right kind of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothing more lamentable than a man, iu need of glasses; and who doesn't realize ais sad plight. Come to ns, have your eyes examin- ed free of charge. It you do not need glasses wo will frankly tell you so. J. M, HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. AND PRE88ERS j in Frencn dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In the city. We uss tha genuine French system, n-hich cov- ers every spot and eliminates po.v B We Injury to garments, glvinB high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South. Phono 1S12. Collect and deliver. were asked for many ilnu a strong chinook hlon-mcr j the coming season if he can find a meeting wa's adjourn- 'he snow is fast, disappearing though j suitable renter. i program was given: "n'i" take some time to take a-.vay j Bennett has returned organ selection. lhe drifts. i to Raymond from.' Utah. He will look had a sore throat and a terrible hacking cough that I con id not get rid of. T could not sleep'at niglvt. I tried quite a few remedies, hnt they ery, tractors, tractor plows, and houiehold goods. On S.E. 14.20- 11-22, 6 miles N.E. of Noblcford. Jacob Johnson; estate north of Barons; early in March, date made known later. Closing-out sale of A. M. Grant, east ttf Barons; date sel- ected later. Mammath clearance sale of horses, cattle and machinery in village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921, List your stuff you wish to cell and get benefit of advertisement. Closlug-out sale of horses, cattle, machinery; also tractor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles cast of Ba.ont, THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. ED. POPHAM THE -AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. Says Phosphate Is What Thin Nervous People Need The organic phosphate (discovered by Pelouz. the French scientist) which is known to druggists in this country as Bitro-Phospbate, and which is safe to take as well as inexpensive, is now being highly recommended by many physicians as a real strength'builder and for nervousness and, general run- down conditions. Scores of people all over the country have been benefited by' this remedy. D. Higfnbotham f- Co., Limited, and all good druggists keep a supply of Bitro-Phosphate. To- il if you are not feeling up to good again Ijist week. Clint Garrison also! returned home last week. I irza Mr-Jfrank Warren and Al returlred home Friday after a week I West in Calgary. They were delegates to i the Grand Lodge of the I. O. 0. I-'. j Mr. Qinickbnrner and family re-' turned home Friday after visiting in Raymond for three weeks. Tho Flowery Plains Municipality held a meeting yesterday to nominate i councillors. Bailey, Thos. Oxtoby, I W. Uabbitt, Mr. Dyke. Alfred son and''J5d. Roberts were nominated. I Election is to take place Feb. .'IS. I AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At LETHBRIDGE at the FARMERS' FEED BARN ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP the fullpwins: 13 head of mares and 4 to S VCUJ-M old weights to each; I team of black mules, fi and 7 vears old, weights 2-100 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, in foal. S years old, Muo'lhs 1 choice saddle horse, s years old, .ivell broke; 1 liarruv.- carts, TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer SIGHT SPECIALIST M27 5th St. S. OppcBita tha Empress I Phone 1959 Residence 1937 GUNSMITHS LOCKSMlTHS-GtJN barrels stialghtened, guns restock- sd. gun vrork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; la-n-n mowera sharpened. D. E. Micdonald, Inrtlau Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th .Street, opposite Herald Office. f _ _ OECORATINC j WELLINGTON j lira. Paperuangers and Painters: i Kalsomicinsr, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimate given. Painters in Letnbridsa. Res. phone 1472; offlc'a BhoiiB 175S. Sherlock Bids., Leth-. _ Bridge. Alberta. A. Painting, Decorating an.) Phone C80. Gil Sth Aranue South. E. Copelnnd Phone 3903., PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN .C. FARRIS Suite t, Acadia Block. Phons 1C1B. UOBERT TV. CARDNEH CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office; Conybeare Blocx. Phones 711 and J005. 3J- E. K. 1547 THE PYRAMID -DECORATING CO. j Interior and Paperhansiat a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. ________B18_l2th St. Soath. JOSRPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR .Established 19uD TliJrtr-nve years' experience ia Exterior anil Interior 557 lltn" Street South Estimates free. Bos. phono Hl'4 ARMY AND NAVY WELDJXG SCHOOL, CHURCH AND OTHER BODIES ACTIVE IN THE SUGAR CITY TORPID LIVER FOR OVER 4 MONTHS The duty of the liver is to prepare I and secrete bilo and serve as a iiltcr tc. tho blood, cleansing It of all im- purities and poisons. When the liver becomes laxy, slow or torpid it is not working properly, and does not supplv sufficient bile to thoroughly act on. the bowels and -.Kisnet, ua.rv.ns. nuner ana carry off the waste jirodncts of tho'made by the students in class work system, hence the bowels become clopjred up. the .bile gets Into tho blood, constipation auts-ln and liver troubles follow. Mllburn's Laxa-LIver Pills quick'lV rumovn tho secretions, clear awav'l-.e waste and offelo matter by ad ins directly on the liver, and the till'; through lift bowels of allowing it to 'set: into the fo'r,