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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta rHIDAY, JANL'AHY 7. SEARCHING FOR WEAPONS IN DUBLIN Photo shows a cadet searching a suspected house in Dublin for concealed weapons. The flooring and walls were ripped up to aid In the search. UP M CHICKEN Went Right After Their Favor- ite Bird at Banquet at Kirkby's Members of the Lethbridge Poultry Association held thoir annual meeting at the Board of Traiin building, on Thursday evening, ut which the fol- lowing officers were elected for the year. Honorary A. Buch- anan, M.P.; Mayor W. D. L. Hardle, Hon. 'A. J. McLean, 3. S. Stewart, D.S.O., M.P.P., Commission- ers H. Meech and M. Freeman, Dr. M. V. Gallivan. Honorary yice-Presidents Hon. Duncan Marshall, E. tf.. Barter, J. H. Hare, C. Lowther, S. Jones, P. Ash- crofl, Bob O'Hagan, H. Westbrock. First H. Enderton. Second Jones. KI-HOIDS INDIGESTION k.1 w rrtftraHy AM. QUICK RELIEF! 2S-50-75X IM TABLKT FC.1M HADC (GOTT BOWMI MAKERS OP EMUCSION Third Emmerson. C. Graham, 619 9th Street South. Executive Committee Messrs. Llewellyn, Brierly, Robinson, West- biook, G. Masson, Helwlg, Hall, Lorn- berry and Tuson. At the conclusion of the meeting a banquet was held at Kirkby's in which chicken formed the principal item, in addition to other dishes in an excel- lent menu. The poultry fanciers oC the city were well represented. They iwere Westbrook Bros. (Barred Rocks and E. C. Black R. C. Graham, (S. C F. H. En- derton, (S. C. I. Emmerson. (R. Island A. Graham, (W. and B. Langshans, W. Leghorns and Tur- J. Heinltz, (S. C. T. H. Llewellyn. (S. and R; C. An- T. A.. Routledge, Wyan- jdotteaj; B. P. (W. Qrpinf- M. B.'Blackford, (S. O. :and W. Geo.Jones, (R. C. Rhode Island E.T. Brierly, (W. Wyandottes and Geo. Masson, (Columbian Alci. Masson, (S. C. T. Halllday, (Silver-lated, R. Hall, (HI C. Rhone'Island-Rids aifd Homer C. Robinson, (Col- umbian Wyandottes, light Branm, Ban- Geo. Frache, (Buff Leghorns, Columbian J. Masson, Gordon Masson, (Dom- With .Tames JTVestbrook as Toast- matter the following toasts were pro- posed: "The the "Provincial Poultry Association" by Geo, Jones, responded to by H. C. Graham and F. .Enderton; the "Lethbridge Poultry- Association" by H. Westbrook, Tespoa'fl Centenarian Dies at Diamond Long Enjoyed Exceptional Health (Special to The Herald) DIAMOND CITY, Jan. Mc- Ilroy, centenarian, passed away January 3rd at the home of bis soi W. H. .Mcllroy. He .had been in good health -'until abaijt four days to his wjien he graduahj Ho had a physician oi! ce, four years ago, having a alight cold from which by his physician' confession he recovered without any aid. He could read without glasses at the time of his align beard was. black, just sli_ with grey. The first. New breakfast he'had ever missed was that of .1921. Victoria. Whes twelve years old he went to Scotland, ago of 28 Be tame to Canada, Jettlrhg in- Ontario.- In 1S92: he- ci'me iwfcs't.'; hoinesteaded- near Diamond; .1900 ,und ham. and W. Songs were rendered' during evening by T. Brierly, The remains taken to Fetter- ly's Undertaking Parlors 'from" where interment took place. CHINA IS SANE Never Siw Anything Like the Way Tinla'c Overcame Hit Troubles, He Siatei. "Yes, sir, Tanlac has set me feeling fine and full of energy, and I don't tiesUate at all to add my. endorsement to the said W. J. Hornall, of 526 Twenty-second Ave., Vancou- ver, B. C. "About a year ago the influenza left me in a mighty bad fix, and I didn't seem to be able to pick up any of my lost strength and energy at all. Noth- ing tasted good to me. .1 couldn't even stand the amell of cooking and .prelate; J. B. Baldwin, M of W; had 110 appetite. The little I did man- R. K.R.S.; Wmi KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS INSTAL OFFICERS On Wednesday. easing, ;PEKINGf Pythias Castle 'joint IBstalla'-i IbonKrchisnr-nlj tlon was held of officers of Leth-1 in China today, in the opinion of Dr. bridge Lodge No. 2, Myrtle Lodge 'No: I Phillip Tyau, afeijtant unfer 3, Alfalfa Lodge No. 20 in th? and Damon Lodge Nb.'ll, I trestti ta-ths'AseqciateftipfeSsa-j The ofBcers were installed by J. of Noblsford, as- sisted by W. .O.P., T.- B. Dunham, D.G.M.A., G. N. McLean, O.G.V.C., J. Harris, D.G.I.G., and J. Ramsay, O.G.O.G. The following are the officers who were installed In Lethbridge Lodge No. .A. B. Crabb, C.C.; W. T. Hurst, V.C.; A. M. Anderson, prelate; R. Douglas, M. of W.; W. I. Taylor, K.R.S.; W. O. Collier, M. of E.; M. Bailey.'M. at A.; W. M. Kelly, I.G.; C. S- Francis, O.G. Mxrtle Lodge No. 3: T. McNeil, C.C.; E, Stewart, V.C.; N. Oliver, prelate; G. W. Anderson, M.- of H. Parrott, K.R.S.; R. B. C. Thorn- Bon, M. of E.; J. Park, M. at A.; G. Graham, I.G.; F. Medley, O.G. Alfalfa Lodge No. 20: D. McArthur, C.C.; R. J. Baldry, V.C.; C. Wood, age to eat'caused me to bloat so that my heart palpitated terribly, and at ttmea it 'vrzs just all I could do to get my Breath. I had such uw'ful ichss and diziy spells they almost drove me wild and my back ached so It caused me no end of worry, espec- ially, when I had any climbing to do or hud to be in a stooping position. "My nerves were so shattered the least excitement would upset me. I didn't know what it was to get a good sight's sleep and was ao weak and R'orn out I just had to force myself :o work. "I got Iirld of Tanlac and the medi- cine certainly proved a big surprise to me, for-it has given me such an appetite I can hcrdly get enough to ?at now, and' my stomach never bothers mo a b'it. The headaches and lizziness have all disappeared, my wreathing is free and easy, and I of E.; L. Myers, M. at A.; C. Haighos, I.G.; H. Jessym, O.O.. Damon Lodge No. 11: D. Ferguson, On.: .Mogenson, V.C.; Geo. Todd. pre- late; ROM. Tiiairpssn, M. of-''-W-.; E. Ruble, :K.B.S.; A. of F.; A. Sorenaon, M. of Robt. Fergnson, M. at .A.-; II. Wylie, I.G.; W. J. Buchanah, O.G. At the close of the Installation cere- monies refreshments were served, and a social time enjoyed, during which If. Barrowman, P.O. presented Jas. Ramsay and F. Hedtey with their pasf chancellor's jewels. The main feature of the evening was an entertainment .put on by the children of the Children's Shelter, which met with the hearty applause of all members present. The Salt That Savors indsor 19 ri Y Welches, Clocks, ?s the date set for the amalgamation of this firm with P. A. Wrieht, and from newamtil February? 1921, we are offering the public the V "V Q-eatest Reductions in High Grade Jewelry, Watches, Sterling and Play Ware, Cut JEWELRY fl 50% OFF r k >J f i" J 1 I n i CUR20N HOPES KRA881N ALLOWED TO RETURN LONDON. Jan text of two never have an ache or pain. I sleep Mice a log every night, am brimful of UL slrengtli and energy, and in fact ng eichangnd during the feel good all the time. Tanlao has 'laBt wcek M- TchitcLerliv 'bo Kus- done the work for me and flmn aovle' foreign minister, and Earl tin hiirhly of'it." Tanlac Is sotd in Lethbridge by J. D. HJglnbotham Co., Limited, dnig- IS COMING TO "THE PHOENIX" NEXT MONDAY. Curzon, secretary for foreign affairs, each leeking to blame the other side for the protracted trade negotiations, are Interesting only u showing1 that the chief point of contention is Great insistence .upon modifying the preamble of the July agreement by areas within which the Soviets pledge themselves to refrain from anti-Brit- ish propaganda. Lord Ciinon the, hope that the will authorize pactages; '-llT'Cahada.: Kraiiln, the representatlTO to is trade mark (registered _..- return to London to ilgn the agree-, of Bayer Manufacture of Mon- oaaetlmuldftstv? Sullcvlicacld. [idants, necklets, ;pearl i, stone 'rings, es, cuff' links, 3, tie clips-, lockets, beauty in 10k and 14k' 'or gold LADIES'WRIST WATCHES ladies' and gent's gold filled and solid gold expansion -bracelets, gold filled and solid gold cases, allp rjbbpn GENTLEMEN'S POCKET WATCHES 331-% OFF Gentlemen's pocket watches in all grades and makes except contract lines, are included in this sale, and every -watch car- ries, our guarantee, as before; 12, 16 and 18 16, and 21 movements. .Diamond rings, single stones'or fancy set in white, or 'yello.w gold.' It will pay you to choose your ring -now-if you are anticipating a pur- chase jn the near future. is, Unless you sec the nainj. "Bayer" on package or ou tableU' you are not getting 'Aspirin, at all. Take Ivory and Eboby TOILET WARE, ;9Q% OFF package tor Colds, Headache, ralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Tooth. ache, Lumbago, and for Pain. you will be following the 'directions during 'twenty-ana years "and safe by millions. Handy tin hones of CUT GWSS OFF Our cut'glass is the best quality and cutting possible to get. Sugar and cream, bon-bon dishes, water pitchers, glasses, celery trays, butter dishes, comports, sait pepper shakers, .marmalade 'dishes. Everything'goes t tWARESIrt OFF v EverytWngr but Community and Rogers 33 per cent, off Community and Rogen. STERLING AND PLATED HOLLOW-WARE V 50% STERLING FLATWARE PRIZE CUPS AND MEDALS On Other Lines in Our Store We Are Offering the Following Discounts CLOCKS (except Big and Baby Ben n i OO "I" f4 BEAD BAGS .50% OFF VANITY CASES, PHOTO FRAMES JEWEL BOXES .80% OFF 1 5th Si twelto Beyer few-cents. prucilstg. jAao sell l I I nil II i i i i ;