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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. JANUARY THE LETHBRIPGB PATTY HEKALD PAGE THIW3L! Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the Hfedlaaeons for Safe" Column-ll Will Sapi-fee Yon How Easy It Is To SeO Anything JABERU.F.A. LOCAL Southern Albcrta'H Problems Crazy Over (From Our Own Correspondent) TAI.HR, Jan. meeting Vas held yesterday afternoon, in the Vets' hull under tlw auspices of tlio IT. F. A. and was largely attended, tlie .speaker on the occasion, being H. A. Fletf. one of the now lecturers, who such a lucid explanation of the Business problems of the LJ. G- G. last summer in the wans ball, and dealt with problems a.ffectiag the aoutheru farmers, as tlsey had corae under the Jiotico of the cent.rai office. Mr. Plett lion. Albert Sevifcriy. who it is stat- his usual form, and the audi- j ort ky Ottawa dispatches, will be cnce present greatly enjoyed the ad- called upon to lake a ge.it in the Sen- dross. Tho speaker in th% :i9 onw the representatives .of Quebec in the Senate. The reason, it Taber district for twme days. Repairs aro taktnt pinofl on the slaughterhouse of J.lB. Jett Co., north ot' town, and H. Hudson is in charge. Tho Ncuss housa in tha Douglu ad- dition, recently vacatftd by A. F, Gulil, has bc-en rented to Mrs. Cook, form- erly of tho south side, who haa takan possession. J. Gellntly, a Taber shoemaker, expecting tho immediate arrival of his wife and family, from Branl. South America. "Wxird was received of their arrival in New York, last "Wednesday. The will occupy the dwelling immediately nojrth of Dr. Sands' residence on Kenaston Arc. Night Operator ITogan ia taking up quarters In the Nousa house, and will fcoard with Mrs. Cook. G. A. Shamel, ot the Rflgal Collier- ies, shipped his effects to Winnifred TORPID LIVER FOR OVER 4 MONTHS The duty of the liver is to prepare and secrete bile and serve as a niter tc tlie blood, cleansing it of all im- purities and poisons. When the liver becomes laxy, alow. or torpid it ia not working properly, nnd does not supplv suflicient to thoroughly act on the bowels and carry off the wasto products of tho ia added, is that Hon. Seuator Blon- din will resign his seat to contest Ya- maska. today. W. White of Giassy Lako, lias re- turned to his farm there, after spend- ins come time In the Taber mines. P. C. Hosey, and Secretary Blue have gone to Macleod for tho district hockey meeting "Pat" however, will continue his journey, as far as Cal- gary, after the meeting, to undergo tests at tho Liquid Air Co. pleasure. Women's Institute to Secure U. of A. Travelling Library (From Our Own Correspondent) BARONS, Jan. What might proven to be a very serioun ao- ciiUmt occurred on Wednesday of last week, W. J. who was engaged in taking up the pipes out of his well on the farm, west of town, suddenly found topmott couplings falling with terrific force, a number of which (ell directly live back of his left hud. In consul- tation with Dr Wnllwin Mr. Sherwood learned there were no bones broken, but tho injuries were quite serious as the whole in thoroughly and ex- tensively bruised, thus incapacitating Mr. Sherwood's hand for service for some days. Tho Women's Institute liave made application to the University of Al- berta for one of their travelling lib- raries. On its arrival this library will be in charge of the secretary, Mrs. V. C. Dunning. All applications for tho. loan of a volume be made to the person In charge, Mrs. Dunning. V. C. Dunning, editor of the Barons Globe, has returned from an extended tour to eastern Canada. While there Mr. punning combined business and of his advance in the study of oxy- acetylene welding, at which establish- ment he took a previous course before putting in a welding outfit. J. Davis, elevator manager at Chin, and father, of the Taber hocksy cen- tre man, came up to Taber for the game on Tuesday night, returning by 'the midnight train. Incidentally Mr. Davis won five simoledns (rom a Pass telegrapher, also down for the game, who happened to bet on the wrong team. In the account of the hockey game here, we omitted to mention-that the goal scored by Coleman struck the net iron, and bounded to the other, so it was no wonder Leo Male failed to garner it. The funeral toolr. place today from the Miners' hall to Taber cemetery, of the late George Jones, formerly a farmer at Purple Springs, who has been ill for some time at the hospital with cancer. A service was held in the hall, in memory of the deceased man, attended by a'largo number o( the miners. The band marched in the procession, through the town, on foot, proceeding from the town limits in a motor vehicle. The service at both the -hall and the cemetery was con- ducted by Rev. F. D. Leacroft of St. Theodore's. Player Ingalls, of the hockey line- The cold snap passed quietly away, and yet again the weather of a glori- ous type Is here. No one IB complain- ing about It, not even the men who haul the coal. Last week Mra. W. C. T. Cooper was hostess lor smallest members of Barons Sunday school. Some doz- en or more of the i ones gathered, and an afternoiyi of real good fun of the most jolly sort enjoyed by these little folks. N. MlSlin ot Henex, was in town on Tuesday. He reports that his family is now weU on the way to re- covery after their recent illness. Mrs. Paul Slaymaker, who has been on the sick list (or some days past, is now much improved in health. L. C. Burnap was one of the honor- ed delegates to the board of trade banquet In Lethbridge on Monday. This banquet was held in the inter- ests of the Lethbridge Northern Irri- gation project. Quite a number of citizens of this community are strong- ly in favor ot this timely ana worthy project. Mr. McNally, station agent for the past two years in Barons, has been transferred to Raymond, Alberta. Mr McNally ana family left on Friday for Raymond to take up their new duties. Evangelists Whiteslde and Gledbill up, was called to Calgary the in Barons on Saturday to he- week-end, but has now returned. Day-; gin the evangelistic campaign on Sun- is is entering the employ, of the Gag Co. at Barnwell. A. F. Webb, formerly operator at day last. The evangelists attended Sunday school in the morning and delighted system hence the bowels liecoim, t and ,t muat b3 admlttoa cogged up the bile gets Into the thlt Colemim hk8 ,Btt admirers, blood conshpation sets in and liver Mrs> Lnlybridge, of" Ctearwater tho depot, and now at Cliln, after the children with their splendid songs. time at Frank, was in town for In tlie afternoon both men accompan- last night's game. We understand led the pastor to White Lake where a the wireman is rather" familiar wl the duties of a Herald co: There is still a good de; ling in the vicinity over whether Cole- has the edge on Taber, at tie amillar witji splen duric :al wrang- congi Idaho, has purchased the house of Geo. Lee on .Second St. south. The dwelling opposite tha Presby- terian church, has been rented to a local farmer. trouble follow. Milburn's Pills quickly remove the secretions, clear awuy tlje waslo and effete matter by acting directly oil the liver, and making tho MUi )iu: s through the .bowels in.iteiid Df allowing It to into tho b'ojd, and cause so many troubles. Mrs. Alice Mehill, Kapanee, Ont., was very badly run-down, ind had a torpid liver for four months. I tried several remedies, but got no relief. Ono day my husband brought mo home a vial of Milburn's Pilly, and before I had used half of it I was much better. t only used two vials, and I am a! dance was held in the St., Hilda different person today. I can safely j school, Dec. 30th, 1920, and proved a recommend Laxa-Liver Pills to any success in every way. Tho supper (From Our Own Correspondent) 'ST. KILDA, Jan. annual endid service was held. In Barons iring the past few evenings good gregations have assembled and helpful times have been enjoyed. A special feature in connection with the services noit Sunday will he tha men's meeting in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. His Worship, Mayor Fair- field, will preside, and it is expected that a great number of men will this special service ia the afternoon. A good number of Oddfellows from Barons attended the meeting of in- stallation of officers held in Carman- gay on Tuesday evening. The Ladies' Aid of Barons church held their first meeting for 1921 in the church on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. llth, at A good nura her of ladies were present. A spec- ial feature of the meeting was an ad- dress by Evangelist Whiteside_and a solo by his singer, Mr. Frank Gledb'ill. One troubled with liver trouble." Milburn's Pills are 25c. was furnished by ladies of the dis- trict and music was furnished a, vial at all dealers or mailed direct i J'Oung men of the district, on receipt of price by The T. Mil-1 Mr. and Mrs. Ingle departed some burn Co., Limited, Toronto, time ago for parts of Sunny Califor- nia, where they intend staying for the winter. As Mr. Ingle jvas post- master here, the job was fflrned over to G. II. Andrews. The winter in this part of the couu- AC try is staying fine for this time of m year, and although there is plenty TO A T rill TsfU of u Iooka to timers. IBlrtl flilTn I Wm. Harvie has taken the contract 11.1111 VVTVVJIJ to carrv the mai, between st TAKE CARE Soma people get a nasty cough and1 don't pay much attention to it, say- Ing, "Oh, it will wear away in a Lhcrt but while it may wear off, serious Injury may have been done to the lungs and respiratory organs by the prolonged, harsh, rack- ing coughing. On the-first sign of a cough or cold pet a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It will stop that nasty, troublesome cough, ease the tightness across the chest, and loosen thn phlegm. Mrs. Wm. Earnshaw. Apsley, i Ont., winter I caught a tail hail a soro throat and a terrible hacking coutth that I could not get rid of. 1 couUl not sleep at night. I h'iod quite a few remedies, but they did not do mo much good until I got Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. B? t'ue tinin I had takou two bottles, my cougli was all friitui. I feel that "Dr. has no onual." When you Act Dr. Wood'a Korway Pine Kv-rup, you are not pxpsritnont- :ng with a new and untried remedy, but ono that has a reputation extend. Ing over thirty years. Put up in u yollow wrapper: Up.w Pino troeH the .trado mark; price lir.c and Coutts, via Clarinda for two years nary Recommends Daily Use of Magnesia to Oevrcome Trouble, Caused by Fermenting Food and Acid Indigestion. Gas and wind in the stomach ac- companied by that full, bloated feel- evidence of the presence of excessive The annna, school meetln? was teh 'ho Kilda district No. small attend- ance of ten, and A. Pullam was elect- ed as new school trustee. t! Saturday, wit ating' so-called "acid indigestion." Acid stomachs are dangerous be- cause too much acid irritates the deli- cate lining of the stomach, often leaU- Rott. Fairbanks was In the district tn a few days ago from Alta country, tending to business creating the distressing gas which matters. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ramsay spent Christmas with their daughter at.Ta- ker, Alta. Stock is wintering fine around here and everything is looking good. Mra. A. E. Roscoe received word a few ciays ago of the death of her mother in the state of Ohio, and it distends the stomach and hampers the normal functions of the vital in. ternal organs, often affecting th.e heart. It is the worst of folly" to neglect such a serious condition or to traat with ordinary digestive aids which have no neutralizing effect on the stomach acids. Instead get from any was eipected she would leave for druggist a few ounces of Bisurated there if the remaps could be held till Magnesia and take a teaspoonful in she got there. a uarter lass PRESS'WELCOMES LORD READING'S APPOINTMENT LONDON, Jan. 13. The entire presa of India, Including that of tha Nationalists, warmly welcomed the a quarter glass o( water right after eating. This will drive the gas, wind and bloat right out of the body, sweet- en the Htomach, neutrality the excess acid and prevent Its formation and there no sourness or pain. Blsnrat. ed Magnesia (In powder or tablet liquid or milk) la harm. appointment of Lord Reading as vice-! less to the stomach, Inexpensive to roy of India, says a dispatch from In- take and the best form of maknesU ilia today. The newspapers editorial- for stomach purnones. It Is used by m r, only Ily elwosa confidence that Lord Read- thousands of people who enjoy thelf The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Tor- Ing will succeed in bringing peace and meals with no MM tear V iBdlnik >ato, I prosperity ta the country. maitm- NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN BE FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The i Herald Is the medium of the local field and com- mands the con- idence of its territory. No other agent could do the work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and bring.such sat- isfactory results. TRY ONE cents a line; 6 imer- for the price of 4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Wo make switches, transformations etc., trom your combings. Switches Jl.OO an oz. Salway Hair Factory Carclston, Alta, NEWS AN'D VIEWS Reading Is tlis greatest (actor in cilu :ation. Get all you can nut ot the Xews. But bo sure your v.-isdom is licrrect. It may not distress you no' jut tho longer you neglect your eye iisht thn more seriously It will affect yr.ur future health anrl efficiency. Bet cer see us for a free examination. J. I.I. HENDERSON Cars oC Jewelry Store. REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 28, 34, 89, 94, 131, 132, 136, 138, 140, 142, 147, 148. QWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CAUL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Barons people tay, "Mr. Gledhtll cer- tainly can Carl Grant a visitor In Leth- bridge on Thursday, Jan. 13th. The band o( Barons is planning a great concert (or Friday night of this week In the large hall. Prank Qledhill, the special singer wito-Evaii- gelist Whiteside, ja expected to aa- Eiit with the program. Mr. Gledhlll ia knowa to be one of the best bari- tone singers In Western Canada. The skating riak is now ready (or uaa. In the future it Is expect- ed that a great many will.avail them- selves of the opportunity to skate. W. W Vennables, J. V., attended .the opening of the new pipe organ in Wesley church, Lothbridge, last Fri- day, Jan. 7th. Mr. Coffee, the new principal of school, has and haa hft teaching. F. H. WILKINS BIGHT BPBCIM.IST 137 5th St. S. Opposite Bmpreea. Phone nn KM. fbooe int. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax HffUBEN C. PARRIS Suite 4, Acadla Block. Telephone 1616. 3rd ATS. S. Blenheim tobacco growers are go ing to ask the government to put a duty on American tobacco coming lu to Canada. Hefpirtg Humanity BETWEEN lh, on aw pniriei of people of this country and of dituat Undi long of operations. eLcK IIDI of which u by bank- ill MrTJcei. For 55 yein thit C.ol baa pri.l- leged to furniib a lubitantial part of the iaaicial eaerfy Decenary in tho Itowlb. liamiwrtation aad rnarkelicj of Canada'! UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch Branches also at Cardston and Barons C. C. King, Manager All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home" THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER THE PRIZES OXV-ACETYLENB WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret B. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College. Toronto. 15-25 ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Ltrtt Power Contrteun Phono Dai irm rtrMtai a SDKi for Electrical Work PIANO TUN1NQ 0 H TUNBH Player-Piano and Organ Repairer SO years' factory experience Hnr oun Certificate M T Asm., Loid England Reference to the lead" musicians ot the city. Fiona nu C27 fit 8. DENTIST DR. O. J. COUUTICE. DontUt. former ly of Lethbridge, has located a! 679 Granvllle St., Vanciuver, B. C Phono Soy. 9300. Opposite Hud ton's Bay Co. OSTEOPATMW -f" Farmers Whon !n need of sny THACTOSJ Repairs It will bs to your Inur. esl to try US. We have an gp-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first class Machinist: Satisfaction la tld worknmoshfp Tractor Cylinders recTO'ino. aud fitted wiUi over-size piatouj aprl rings. N1VEN BROS. 1st Ave. S. 1732 Association of Army and Navy Veteram fa Canada Lithbridrje Unit, No. M VetQrant deslroaia of Joluils; tha abov? association, eai. or> tain Information and application forms (rom secretary L LEIGH. P. 0. Box No. i DR. 3. B. JTORNINO, OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. llt-18-20 Sherlock Bldlt HottJi 10-12, 2-4, and bj appointment. Pion. _______PR'VATE THE VAN HAARLEM Private pltal. 1221 Tta Ave 8.. Lethbrldge; Phone 746. Accommodation for sop ffeal. medical acd pa< ttanta. Private nd serol-prlvati rooms. Rates SM.OO and 131 t week. Write toi information H lln M. a. Van Uisj-lem. tendent MISS AILEBN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for tbo examinations of the RoyaJ Academy and Royal College ot Music, Londotl, England. 100 pel rest '.Mi year successful. MRS. W. H ol Piano and Theory. PnpH., prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ol Music exama If desired. Annual ipilng recital Studio, 1238 Ctb Ave, A. South CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 THE in Prenea dry cleaning We an the eliaoera In the city. We oat the fennlna Ftenrh system, which cov- ers .very spot and ellmtnatee ilble Injury to garments, giving high class results Special attention to country work. Street Sonth. Phone 1S1J Collect tmd 'deliver. LOO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well doni at reasonable tell fol and deliver IM 7ta 8t South. Phone KM. OUNSMiTHI GUNSMITHS t barrels atralibtened. ma reatoct pu work done by t lunsmith, made, locks repaired, blcyclee. any llfht repaired, lawn D B. Haodonald. India! Motorcyole Aiut .Phone loll oppoalte Berald offlce. ton rHrKtrnaanre usl RalcaeihilTic. Qaenl Decanttit; aid Wn Wrmsm invem. IHe eetabltobei) In 1471: 1711 ibertoek Letkv AlWrta. 4. HBAM-Pitattnt. ani PBone ID Roath- C L. COPELAND. m R. KENT. The Pyramid PeeoraHng Co Inter- ior decoratlnf paperbanting a spe- cialty Satisfied our aim. Phone 1901 til 12th St Sontb. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DBOORATOR. Detabllthed 1901. Thlrty-tlve years' experience In lor and Interior Dscoratlnf, 167 llttt bt South, estimates Phone 1181. WINTER-RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bilo Radiator Jte-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ava. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS DtMfct Newa Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTINCL HOME-PORTRAITURE, ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;