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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1H31 Meting o( New I. SocUlNewi (From Our Crwn Cowesponilant) BARONS, Jan. and A. C.- Freeman spent Christmas to Hac- leod. Miss C. Fleeher spent; in Clareiholm. Slnnet and holidays in Calgary. Mr anil Mra. D. Mtlr, Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. McClellan, Haas Molr and Gil- bert motored over to CUiwholm for Christmas. II r. and Mra. Moffsjt and llttlt eon, and Miss Agnes Hoir vlatted with Mr. and Mrs. D. Moir foi day. Miss of Garten BPMII-holidays at Ifn. J. H. Welsh, with her frlead afiaa Mr. H. Sutth and i. Pike who have on itak for put two are now much Im- proved. Mr. B. Dnasuuwd, fofaaerly at Ike Bl( Mon, wu a itoUor ken Sor a tew days Mr. Drummnd is in at Tabar, Alberta. Rev. R. H. Whiteside and Mr. Frank CledhiU, of Manitoba, will an evangelistic mission in Baroni church next Swnday, January >th. These men are called staling evangelists. Rev. Tim. Powell, of Calgary, eupt. of miaaions for Southern Alberta, oc- cupied the pulpits of White Lake and Itarom church last Sunday. Mr. Tlbert took Mr. Powell in his car to White !Lakev Mr. Powell preached wltk treat acceptance, to Mr. K. Kennedy of Calgary spent Christmas holidays with his sister in Barons, Mra. O. Chew. Mlu M., Hagaa spent her holiday Stavely. Mrs. G. Chew and family bare mov- ed into C. Thacker's and Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Welsh have moved into the C. W. Hansen residence. Rev.' Thos. Powell lectured in the church on Monday night, January 3rd. His subject was, "Success and How It is Achieved." Mr. Powell pointed out that true success did not come with ease and pleasure, but with'hard ariud. 'Mr. Powell gave many and varlet illustrations of saeeessful per- Indicating true succeas-ia in llfe-iflrst, then in affairs around ne. W. Annsbles, J.P., presided at the" 'Meeting. A very appreciative was an attendance. Sherwood, who has been :thc past term as a itndest in Alaerta -eollece, Edmonton South, her Chriatmaa holidays with her sister. Mrs. S. Taylor and broth, Mr. W. J. Sherwood. Mr. L. E. Grace was a visitor In OM adopted generally m Canftdiu kmq, is the policy of keeping Zaun-Bilk always handy. Zun-Bak cniures quick iq cuts, bans, scaJdi. cold- and all injuries and skin troubles. It enda pain, irrittuion and io- Uparifieathc and ulceratiost. Its ever- character and powerful make Zam-Buk and best bealer ever discovered. HtH Belle Grant, Braiil Lake, N.S.. Cold got into my burnt band, tad I began to blood-poison. I fcadn't oiftd Zam-Quk long before it took all sortness and iafUiB'mation.' Mr. Jonathu Beaton, of Delia, writes With the threshiaf MlAI Lut fall, many lit do accident bap- peoed, cuts, bruises, frost bites, etc.. for vflicb wa found nothing so good u Zam-Buk, There's nothing like it." eeU wiiivar cctmt. v, fun. nbKWMM, auW thin toni ind hijvrin an Mfut IruiaW Zam-Buk. Of kMi 3 A uaap bnncs Trill Sample fan Csoi-Bvk Co., Dttpoot 5nnt. mBuk ToCureaCold in One Day Take Qrove'a Lmxuttve Bronto Quinine tmhMm Be sure its firomo Constipation TT Is take 1 eikuiulwkirihcaetrailtoMUm coiuUiwtion- Try a eMbauliea of smia, draf- (tob UK tt Dr. CaMwdri Uiitlr. b a vft Of motWr. tin it to ttvr w4 Ttt t ttntirt reuevt MOM MasujMUoe. hi srowaese. Taa bnmli li M tb> A abrtr- laite inrasM lattllr istaBir and ta caaraalMd to do u of flmv mtt In aVuc Mont Isi4 Hb to tat Dr. CsU- of anat jmr name am) 10 Dr. W. R ij> Front SL, Ox., ami BijJ taHe trill be KTIC jcn I bears this Calgary for a day or two this week. School opened this week on Tues- day with a good attendance. Mfea N. Erdraan, B.A., graduate from the fTnttenlty ot Alberta, who spent the last' two or three years in Chicaan In the study of art, was holidays at her home in the Barons community. Misi Erd- man to return to Chicago. The New Council At the council neet'.ng on Monday night Mr. W-'S. Fairfleld was elected mayer uf of Barons. The oth- er councillors were: Messrs. J. H. Wetah and W. C. L. Cooper, Mr. W. E. Fusee re-elected secretary- treas- urer. Mrs. McKeniie Welsh's sister, Pancake ia visiting with her at pres- ent Mr. and Mra. C. E. Thomas are re- joicing over the birth ol a daughter last week. Miss E. Strote of the Conservatory of Music, of Lethbridge, was once mere taking up her music classes on Monday after the holidays. Mr. J. M. McKay was a visitor in Lethbridge for New Years. Mr. Mc- Kay returned frith McKay and baby. Mrs. C. W. Hansen and baby were visitors here with Mr. aad Mra. John Hansec for New Year'a. W. I. The first meeting of the Institute for 1021, was held ia the Rest Room on Wednesday. January 5th, at 2 p.m. The president, Mrs. S. Pike, to the chair, and there were thirty members present. The presi- dent gave an address on the alms and purposes of the Women's Insti- tute which was much appreciated. The ordinary routine of business was fol- lowed and a helpful addition by the indulging in community singing, after which the hostessen prepared and pre- sented very dainty refreshments which were to the delight of all pres- t. Thus came to a close with the national anthem an afternoon ot. real helpfulness starting off the year 1991 in a definite manner for the Institute. The neit meeting will be held in the Kest Room on February 3rd, 1921. MiBS N. Erciman ia acting principal for the time being la Barons Consoli- dated School. Slunet now making her home with Mrs. G. Chew. Barons now holds a half holiday on Wednesday afternoons in company with Nobletord and Carmangay. Stor- close at one o'clock. The snow fall for the month of De- cember, 1920, is estimated at 4K inch- es for this community. Mr. J. R. McKay closed up his machine shop for the time being. He hopes to open it .again in the near future. Mias Colly Woating, one of our tele- phone operators, la on the nick list. We wish for her speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith ot Delburne, Alberta, hare been visiting with their daughter, Mrs. 0. B. Gorrell, for ter- isral .days. The cittaens will he pleased to learn that Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Priest, who went to Los Angeles tor their health some time ago, are now very much improved; Mr. T. D. Hunter, of I-ethhridge, was a .visitor in Baron's on business on Friday of last week. Mr., and Mrs. Carl Weniiel, of Bel- videre, report a good time on their holidays In Illinois. They expect to return to Barons in March. The Ladles' Aid will be held in the Barons' church on .Wednesday next at'three o'clock. A large number Is expected at the first meeting in 1921. Mr. and J. Gantron Were visit- ors In Lethbridge on Friday of last week. Mr. Walter Harris, of Nobleford, spent his holidays with his parents in town here. Miss E. Strote expects to give a recital flrith her pupils in February. Further announcements later. We are sorry little Lois Cooper IB ill. We hope she will soon quite well again. OH10N CHURCH ELECTS OfTlOBS (Prcaa. OirOvt. OfttON, Jan. year awar wtthqnt any tittM bam mllM that oat the Hit mow wIMen was lac mack vUd to ataka It teraV Ing lied npon as a erevratrn agiinat infection, or other strteus resvlti, from spraisK, ttraiaea, buraa, and stinfs. Just a> good, too, far ton feet, stiff suck, rrott bitea, cold and caaker aarta, HoHAWFrw DOOEN, hate not fvnsMr Pereboosm. Frederick. Slot, tt Ml Prince's at a br kavlsaj wttk the for- TTaV botk tke aeeratary Wife ta .he al vfllace aotborltles that H emoemed It they __. of Doom. 'alee be said now of of Wlerenien and Crewa Prlace Frederick. hwtuBielBter there, J. waa aa Intimate frlead of kts successor, HMT to ooenider the Crown there wmewaai KUHMS KILLED HI ACTION aadnUa. Taen mat nJaMiif (act that kas at laat ia- vented the laiMt death Hap 1 (n. Brwehltis Mix- tan. With the ant am this Nmeir geii rlfki Oewa boalaaw, afever te work, nutil inqr tiaee the eompletelv teaHTed and TUtisa nsinel te aenul kaaltlL Lcttsn fnai all Caswda pnisinf saiiten are lltcraUr pear- Uf late keaaajeawteta. tt HsTerlag fnat that terrible afUMlM, troncilil aiUraa, etaered by all salaieal nra to ny la Ifeatnal aad go sentk a wanner I aaticei vnu in "Iftaitreal Staadard" fet above vaslztun and X said I veold five eu awn trial U> health balm I liars ay aativa towm, and tkaak tke feet I did. My bronrtial an dear, dlsapnand, whniimg cough eeiiesT if by magia, anil all kave gone taitag year Corrl, 411 UiKay Btrwt, afoatrcak. Tkers la: leieM why eaaaet be aad sttaadfly n- to take tkk rent. an is aaeneiac to anrmittaa- d.lay. Bay a anoM U IN LCTHtrllDQC iY THE OftUG CO. Drinks Are Sold SOFT DRINKS IN ALL VARIETIES-Delicious Straw- berry and Raspberry, the real sparkling Belfast Ginger Ale, Best Brew, .Dry Ginger Ale, SWeet as Tasty Lemon Soda and Lemon Spur, BETTER THAN EVER OKLA-APPLO A FLAVOR for "Red, White and Blue" Brand. Now for sale every- where in the same size bottle and at the same price as any other, in half pint bottles. Delivered at Your Home, 2 dozen, Net Lethbridge Breweries Ltd. PHONE 554 Our SenUnnoal Sale of Siioes aiid Slippers To dean Out Our Broken Lines and Other Lines Being Discontinued Preparatory to Taking Inventory We hawe made tlte interesting 10 to worth your while buying. A few of -our reduced lines as below: SMARDON BLACK PATENT LEATHER AND KID LEATHER PUMPS In white or black satfn. Q Aff Regular Reg. for... for......... These have Tyrn Soles, A, B and C widths BLISS 4 PERRY AMERICAN PUMPS BLISS PERRY KID PUMPS 8.95 Louis Heels anJ Turn Soles. All lines. Regular prices ?12.00 to pair, 88.95 All widths A to D. Women's High Shoes, In brown calf, with Military and Cuban Heijs. Reg- fljQ AP ular vatae, for GROWING GIRLS' kid or calf leathers, black and brown. Regular to WOMEN'S BROGUES AND In brown calf, with welt soles, CC for MiBjes' Classic and other makes ujHo pair for.... Women's High Shoes, brown and grey kid. Eegular to for Atk ti be fittwL far all All our Boys' Shoes, sizes 1 at All our Youths' Shoes, sizes 11 to 13, going at MEN'S "JUST WRIGHT" AND HARTT SHOES Canada's Best. for Theic were to pair. AH outs. No on approval. W. .J. NELSON CO. MEN'S McPHERSON AND SCOTT CHAMBERLAIN SHOES Bench made. Regular up to ACT for Allour HOCKEY BOOTS now in stock AT COST. SHERLOCK BLOCK ;