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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUATIY 7. 1921 TUB IJ5THBK1PHB PAGE THRU Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furnftmre Into Cash By Using the Safe" Cohmn-lt ffifl Surprise Yon How Easy It Is To Sd Anydng WARNER SUNDAY SCHOOL CoaiUsratli lutsratt U PI vrTa rtvwvaa tool nunlfwfctd and preparation for OvHChHS, tB. tffcM aerVlcsi belni James Castle of Wlnnlfred, WM nnlud Calgary on Doc. (Piom Onr Own Correspondent) TVAMNBR, Jan. 6. friends nt Christ liic'iua will ho to learn that since his recant Mnons op- erullon In Lethbridge, he Is much bat- ter. Dan Derrick is rapidly recovering from au attack of Scarlet The mombora of Mctlrackcn's Adult Bible quietly presented him with a easil donation last Sunday morning, In appreciation or him as a Utiichcr. Mies Mary Derrick ia spending till) vacation at tier home here. Mrs. M: J. Connor met with a slight, yet painful mishap on Tiwwlay, wnen .1 sliver pierced her-Ilnger to the bone and then broke off. Sho went to Lethbridee, whore the finger will doubt have to bft lanced in qrder to remove the cause of trouble. Miss Wlsivell, who has been '.each- Ing i.i the north, Is at present visit in Retina, Snsk. Mrs. Carte of Faith, .ilia., is spend- ing a few weeks visiting with her daughters, Mrs. E. Conlon and Mrs. ,Young. Mrs. H. B. Chisholra and daughter Valeria have returned from a week's in Uegina, SuSsk. Alias Gordon and Air. McEucheru of the Bank of Commerce ct.iiT, spent tinned a number of friends New Year's GALA NIGHT FOR THE BOW ISLAND KIDDIES (From Our Cormpomdnt) BOW ISLAND, Jan. Bow Island schools opened on Monday, Jan. 3rd, with a lull of teachers and iplwdld prim- try room in in of Mlas M. Mo- 8Utt Mlu. a" ehlldrea from 3 to 14 years of MISS Lasue was ta (he Q w y A rwmll OB wednen- by the born in W, U. and has attended St. Acad- of w v ocny, Medicine Hat, for the utst three, a wumHnr nt I 8UO Ol me ecny, years (tail was awarded a number ol diplomas in mimic snd since Septem- ber attended school Her many friends wish then happl- ot the ball room was ited and tnd also the gifts for the children. Games of different Wads, some play- tha home of Byron McDonnell. ber of his friends gathered to enjoy a few games ol' whist. illss Addle the large playwl Hcb' ai "tois the ring" ia tbc other room. ChKstmas at respective homes, Medicine 'Hat and Calgary, The Sunday school tlio EviinKOlical church has elected the following officers for the year: Supt., W. Simpson; Asst. Supt., G. W. Me- Cracken; Sec., li. Connor; Aeet. Sec., Alex. Marr; Treas., ii. Conlon; Lib- rarian. A. Marr; Organist, E. Connor; Chorister, M. J. Connor; Cradlo Roll Supt., Dengis. Moat of the Then followed another important part of the program, the lunch. Tho children were all seated and a- dainty lunch was served to each child. After this cbiiurae got ready Winchcombe captured gents' first prize. A dainty lunch was Horved and a most delightful evening enjoyed.1: Mr. and. Mrs. Harvey Davis enter- Day at a dinner party. Plates were laid for Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Godfrey, Mr. and "ne" UI> iu the Mrs. Jas. Larsen and Wm. Craig. Whist -was 'the pastime in the even-. ing, Davis making highest ofthTTuxllUry .T. home and then the boys and girli Each child present was given a Mck of (oodles arid a small 'present, and this ended number of games, Mr. Jas. winning gents' high score. her home Tuesday, Jan. 4, grateful -to each and every one who i by the donations It powlble to teachars roappointed. Mrs. i Chris. Kellar returned from Young will have charge of the Ju.lor cine Hat hospital Dec. 31. feeling last SatuVdaTa7- Boys, and Mr. Connor ..will oruantee somewhat improved but still on the ternoon. The Hat team came and teach a Young People's class. The sick list. Sunday school is now equipped to Grant up on the Saturday morning train. Mrs. F. L. Shepard .and daughters left last week for a tew W9ek3' visit Hillsborough, North Dakota. Our: iKistniaster slipped away on Dec. for points iu Manitoba. It Is understood that IM was married there on New Year's Day. A lookoit number ot friends. Clarence Purcell and sister Myrtle, of Carmangay, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Burch during the holidays. Abe Walker and sisters, Misses Ad- die and Brma, and Cbas. Marshall of Is being kept for his return. It is Macleod were the guetta of Mr. and eipeotod' that this- will not be permit- Mrs. Teddy Winchcombe Chriatmaa ted to" take place as quietly as his do- week. partnro. Mrs. Emma (Jray received mm- Special services will begin in the tage that tile son Walter had met with i Evangelical on Sunday even- i an -accident while working in the Ing, Jan. 9th.- Mr. Orval J. Hurlburt j wood, and was -very ,iMa Kamloopt will aesist the pastor. There, will be Royalltland Several hymnt were tung by thort, practical sermons, Isabel Biirch and May to h, i a underwent Tery operation .Sl.t, at Me- serTtag a dainty- lunch. The U. P. A. meeting called for New Year's Ere waa not well attend- ed so a special mooting ii called for Siturday night, On New Tear's Ere a locial evening and watch night service was beld In St. church, Thougli the crowd was not large, yet those pres- ent enjoyed tkemaelret. Several tablet ot carroms were In play dur- ing the early part and then at the time drew near the midnight hour the M. Gilbert started the service. Bong services, special music. Mr. Hurl- burt will have charge of tko ainglflg. BTery.6Tenhig7.ZO, except Saturdays, from January 9th to 23rtl. These meet- ings arc for everybody. This week for four nights the week of, prayer ia be- ing observed, by held at the rfw ,-land, enjoyed New Year's Day st the .home of M. i "California Syrup, of Figs" Best Laxative red. I The the home of Mr, .and Mrs. Fra-k Lawson. W. O. Larsen of Grassy Lake, -was the gttoet of his brother James Lar- sen New Year's Day. Oliver Bousher is the guest of Robt. Godfrey this week. A Heraldt Want Ad. carries your mes- sage to the eyes of thousands of people everyday. When you want to engage gcod help use a Hera.d Want Ad. To Sell, to Buy, or to Rent, a Herald Want Ad. does it all. Choose your tenants and get the Herad Want Ad. way. No Sale man equals (he wide power of a He; aid Want Ad. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS night was not as well attended as was hoped. Those who Were at the dance were greatly pleased with the music! played by "the Crow Line Orchestra." j Perhaps if the public had realized more fnlly the aim of the Women's Institute, the dance would have been patronized better. Already this soci- REPLIES! Replies hare been received for the ing Box Numbers: I 89, OWNERS PLEASE FON THHR ANSWERS after spending a pleasant holiday at. Miss Muriel McLaren of Medicine Lecleux of the Coleridge hotel. Mr. and 'Mrs. Toui Eng- lish New Year's Day, a line girl. Loan market butter Me, eggs GOc, Jan. 6th. Miss Lnln Smith visited in bridge for a few days last week. School Inspector Mr. Buchanan of Medicine Hat, was in Winnlfrcd look' ing after now teachers. Dr. W. H. McDonald of. Medicine Hat, was hastily called to the homes of Mrs. T. C. Godfrey and Mra. Har- old Bowerman, Sunday, Jan. 2nd. A. N. Wetherell returned from Cal- gary last week. Mrs. Glyn Phillips' baby is reported very ill. Mise P. Neabit is now engaged to teach, at the Maiwell school for the money this work as well as to keep up the the home ot, their "aunt. Mrs. Munro of Letbbridge. Mr. Jamieson went home to Medi- cine Hat to spend the New Year's rest room for people who need such, holidays and .was, accompanied by A. a place when in town, that this dance and card party was arranged. A U. P. A. meeting Is called for thla afternoon In the rest room. H. Flett of Calgarr, as speaker. The Women's Missionary held their regular monthly meeting la St. Andrew's church this afternoon. Mils Isabel Whitney, after spending the Christmas holidays, with her. F. Dalmago, who wts his guest over the holiday. Clyfford Still ret'Jrned on Monday after spending a holiday with friends at. Maleb. Society i. Holmes left the latter part ot the week'for Medicine Hat, where she now-occupies a position on one of tho public school staffs. Jas. Hat, has arrived to take her position as primary teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smltli of Coal- dale, who were visiting in Burdett, came down to Bow Island for the Wo- men's Institute dance on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons of Maleb at- tended tho danco here on Monday night. W. T. Fellow ot Goderlch, has been appointed license Inspector for Hur- on county. balance of the term. Accept "California" Syrup ot Figs I BillT prats finished repairing tae look for the name California on I Pawn school last week.. the packago thfen you are sure your Harry Winchcombe spent is having "the best and moat to8 visiting friends In a few harmless physic for the little stomach. Jiver and bowels. Children it3 fruity taste. Full directions on each hcttlc. 'You must say Advertisement. 1 PILL A LAXATIVE 2 PILLS A CATHARTIC 3 PILLS A PURGATIVE This Is The Way Milburn's Laxa- Liver Pills Work You will never use any of the old (rripinjfr nauseating, sickening, purg- ing pills, containing as they do calo- mal and other drastic mineral ingrcd- ient.s, once you use Milburn's Laxa- Liver, a pill that is purely vegetable. Owing to thn great care used in procuring the highest grade of drugs from which they aro manufactured, they are as near porfect as it is pos- sible tn get a laxative remedy. They work gently and effectively, sripo or pain. If you aro troubled with constipa- tion, driven to distrac tion with sick headaches, if youf toinjue is' coaled, your breath had. your compltfxion muddy, your eyes have floating specks before the nyes, jaundice, bleeding or protruding piles, stir up your slug- gish liver with n few doses of Mil- burn's Luxa-LIver Pills. Mrs. Jtoy Mackle, OrlHla, Ont.. desire to express my thanks for the relief I have had by using Milburn'H Laia-Ltver Pills. had been sufforlug for some time from conptlpation and bad h-f.dachos. I trie'" all sorts of cures, which did no good, until I wan advised to try your TiUls. I got groat relief after taking only a few doses." -Price 25c. a vial at' nil dealers, 01 nailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mtlburn Co., Limited, Toronto, during the holidays. GRASSY UKE FARM WOMEN EtECT OFFICERS (Special to The Herald) GRASSY LAKE, Jan. annu- al meeting of the TJ. F. W. A. met in 'the Presbyterian church on Saturday, December llth. The weather being very cold made a poor attendance. Members present at roll call, 9. The following officers were elected for the comiag year: President, Mrs. Webb; Vice-president, Mrs, Oddie; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. H. Scott. Directors: Urs. Esenhauer, Mrs. C. Sherbnrn, Mrs. Gold, Mrs. Hanrdfck, Mrs. Llewellyn. Press Reporter, Mrs. F. Johnson. Meeting closed to meet on Saturday, January 8th, 1921. eats, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Whitney, has returned to Calgary. j Alfred Millar returned home Tuesday from a trip to Calgary. i Mr. 'and Mrs. J. J. Brown had as! their- house guest during the Yuletide Mrs. Brown's sister, Miss Qayton, who left last Friday evening 4ir her home I in Reglna, Sask. j Howard Murray returned early lasU week Irom" Cayley, wliere he had spent Christmas, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ludtke. Mrs. Hurlburt, who has been visit- ing at Uockyford and Carmangay for the past few weeks, returned home the latter part of last week. I Mr. Holmes after spending a. few days' visit with his sister here, return- ed to .Medfclne Hat on Thursday. Earl and Alton Ross are home again Stop That Tickling In The Throat LORD READING FOR By Using DR. WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP That tickling in the throat sensa- tion is most distressing and uauses a. nasty, irritating, dry cough that not VICEROY OF INDIA only kQep3 you mlserv daylong. but also prevents you enjoying a good LONDON, Jan. Reading I the lord chief justice and former spe-1 Wood Norway Pine Syrtip, eiai ambassador to thu United States'wnlcn- composed of the most sooth- has decided to accept tho post of, hBrh' BAILIFF'S SALE Under and by virtue of a Distress for Tsxes given by MONARCH SCHOOL DISTRICT to me againit H. S. PELLETIER and to me di- rected againit the goods and chattels of H. S. Pelletier named in the said Distress Warrant, I have seized the following flood., namely: ONE GRIST MILL (Multum in Parvo) complete with Pulleys and Belting. ONE INTERNATIONAL 35 h.p. GASOLINE EN- GINE, 13 inch Grinder WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE ON Friday, the 14th Day of January, 1921 AT MONARCH MILL, MONARCH, ALTA. AT THE HOUR OF Dated Dec. 27th, 1920. T. J, SIMONS, Bailiff. viceroy of to the eve- ning papers. The appointment st Lord Reading as viceroy of India was announced several days ago and attention then called to the fact that for first time In history a chief justice been named as viceroy. HELD UP BOOTLEGGERS SUSSEX, N. B., Jan. men recently held up a "boot-legger's auto- mobile on HortoD-OnahaauIn Road snd and barks combined with the lung, healing virtues ot tho world-famous Norway Pine tree, will give almost instant relief in all cases of this nature. w" Mr. B. Price, Port Carting, Ont., about a month las' fall, I had a bad cojd and cough and; a tickling in my throat. I coughed nearly all the tima. I tried different1 remedies and cough syrups, but could get no relief. A friend advised me I to use Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Smn and before I had used two my cough was all gone, and and th l and three galloni ot, whisky. o, Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup ta .._..r ufc n...anj. lJTi wooas wnrwsy nne s bootlegger pnt up a good fight for his put up In a wrapper; goods hut was overpowered by his pine trees the trade nwrk- prm assailants who forced him to stop his and 60c. a bottle at dealers: by Tho T. LADIES We make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 11.00 an oz. Salway Hair Factory, Curditon., Alta. NEWS MEWS Reading Is the. greatest if actor In edu- cation. Get all'you can out of the News. But ,be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously It will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Caro of Wright's Jewelry Store. ARMSTRONG RAWORTH OPTICIANS IS YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LETHBRIDGE F. H. WILKTNS BPeCltUST Ii7 Mn St. 8. Oppotlti the Brat-rein PkoM I ITT. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. REUBEN C. PARRIS Suite 4, Acadla Block. Telepliona 161S. f 3rd Avo. 3. DIAMOND WAICM rtEPHI 01 D COLI; 3. _ s -tf THBHldct ILVER HOUGH r OXT-ACETTLENE WELDINO W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Avo. and 10th Street. ttk I.IjtiMnit a rontrsefors rnr Wort; PIANO TUNING 0. H TUN EH Player-PiADO snd Organ Repairer !0 years' factory experience Hnr ears Certificate M T. Aesn., Lond-i- England References to the mnslclins ot tha city, rbona joa-. si a. Sheriff's Sale PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, TO WIT: By virtue of a Wrlfof Execution Issued out of thn Supreme Court of Alberta at the salt of Campbell, Wibon Home, Ltd., Plaintiff AND Charlie Laychin, Defendant and to me directed against the Goods and Chattels of Charlie Laychln, I have seised and taken Into Execution the following Goods and Cnattuia, namely: STOCK IN TRADE OF GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERY To be iold en bloc percentage on the dollar. which I shall for en Monday, the 10th Day of January, 1921 At 408 13th St North AT HOUR QT 2 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. Or-FICf, M. YOUNG, SMrlff, Dec. 11, int. Judicial District ot Farmers Wfmn In need of any TRACTOH It will 61 te your Intip- to try US. We have sn Machine Ebop and employ only first elms Hnchlnlsti Satisfaction In workmaatih'p Tractor Cylinders retrrnond. fitted wilt over-size pivcorn NIVEN 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phorts DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTICK. Dentist, lor iy of Lethbrldge, has at 679 Oranvlllo St., B. C. 1 Phono 3ey. 9300. Hud- son's Co. OtTCOPATHlC OBTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. IH-1S-20 Sherlock M Hours ld-13, 1-4. and ippointnsnt appoint! PR'VATB THE VAN HAARI.GU niTate tloa- Jttal. Hit Tth 8.. Phona Accommodation tor (leal. Dtdleal and sgatenitr pa> tluta. Private nd lemi-crliite rooma. JW.W. 13S.M and t week. Write rot atormatloa ta Ills kL Van Hurlam. tendent HISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pnplls enter- tor the examinations of Royal Academy and Royal at Hnsic, London, Entland. 100 cent lut successful. MRS. W. H. et Piano and Theory. Pupil., prepared for the Toronto Conservatory Mnsle It desired. Annual iprlnc recital Studio, 5th Ava. A. Sonth CLEANERS AtD PRESAERS THE in rreaek dry tn oldest ra the city. the teaulBi Frrarh srstam. which cov- ers spot and eltmraatM pos- slble Injury to farmmts. itrln( hlrh class remits Bpceial attention ta work. Ith 1S11 Collect and delrrer. LOO 8AM-OLKANTNO. FKB88INO. Kcpalrhif snd alterations mil at till tor sod deltm (oodv M 1th Bt. Bontk. im. OONtMIIHS otTNSMrrns nstoek- in work by a pmsnlth. looks repaired, blereles. pboioiraphs. any ssacetnery nowitrt ihajTarxd O B. MarainniM, Indian Anat Pbone-lOJl eth Herald DCBOHAT1NQ ton. rilnicra RttaMkitM. Dawratlnc Hn WrMtac rt..n. 1471 17W Astociation of Army and Navy in Canada Unit, M Teteram dMlnns of Jotarif the ttboTv asaoclatlon, cm.. tain Information and spplica'Jom forms from the secreUrr L LCICH, P. 0. Dot No. Lota- DHnrtttns; ton in Ij, itr gntk. IIT-JI k L. COPBLAMlV 8. R. KENT, PyramM tHeenttvt Co dMomtlBC a eiciir flatlstted customers our aim. IMS. Ill lith St Smth. JOSEPH DEOORATOIt years' In lor and Interior M? llta bt Sonth. WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before tho frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you about or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS Agtnt Doris I. R. CQCCJ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVEUWNO. PRINTING. HOMK-PORTRAITUtE, rrc. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;