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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921 THE LiSTHBKronE PARiT HBKAUJ PAGE THRKS TOT Yog Odd Piects of Frohre Into Cash By Using the Tfedbneate tor Safe" Column-It Will Surprise You How Easy It Is To SeD CAMROSE LADY WAS BURIED AT CARDSTON Death In Family In Many- Amuatmtnt Mualenl (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. Rabor o! Camrose, Alta.. daughter of Mrs. And traon, of Cardttou, sod sister of Mm. Aldrldj! and Mn. Oland, was burled In Cardston cemetery, Sunday after noon. The deceased Buffered from leak ate of the heart and after a long week. Her remains brought to illness, died on Wednesday night last Carditon Thursday and tho funeral held in the Tabernacle, Sun- day. Bishop Wm. T. Diiee, w. Jac ohn and Kev. Aylward were the speak- ers. Thli IB the second funeral In Mra. Andersen's family in tho past year, Mn. Lyle Holland having pass- ed away about a year ago now. The sympathy of all who know her goes out to the widowed mother in this hour at trial. The pallbearers were Messrs V. V. Christie, E. B. Cook, Thos. Weston, J. C. Scott, L. Holland and G. D. Hamilton. Besides her mother she leaves a husband, Heury Raber, of Camrose, a a daucbter and three Bisters, all of Carditon, viz. Mrs. Oliver Aldrldge, Mrs. D. G. Oland and Mrs. Harry Ol- Floral offerings were as foUowfl: Barp, husband; heart, mother; wreath, iliters and eron, Mr. and Hn. Lyta Holland and little Blair: anchor, Camrose Staff Alberta Government Telephones; apray, JL Bereaford, local manager Albvta Gov- ernment at Inapector Government Tftte- phonea at Camroae; sprsr, Ladiea' Aid of Camroae; apray, Inspectors Govern- ment Telephones at Edmonton; spray, Mn. T. M. Carlson; ipray, Mn. Will- lam Gardner. The present storm is Sunny South- ern AlberU's first winter weather this winter season. It Is a pleasure to feel the mow under your feet and Many a deign-rldlng party has jing- led pait during the past two dayi. After the basketball ton vs. Stirling laat Friday evening, In which Stirling pqt a More of K DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup ot Pigs for the name California on the package, then you are sure your ckild is having the best and most harmless physic for the little' stoma'cb, Hver and bowels.. Children lovo its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California." Smoke A rich VirginieiblenJ cool Mmoldnf up against Cardstom't ciders of tin tint and second quoroumi a dance free to all. A Urfe crowd was present and everyone the Koud uiusic and blc gym floor. Tho Odeon danoe ball was filled with pleasure seekers too, on Satur- day night. The unique advertising ot the Odeon management, coupled with the tact of making ouu feul ut home has given to this dance hall a weU- deserved popularity. The two halls iu Canlstou go H long witr toward satis- fying the social instincts of our young people. Another amusement hall in town is the Pulico theafre. A very interesting and attractive program is outlined u month ahead by Miss Nielgon, marimg- er of the firm. These monthly pro- grama are looked forward to by H large number of the townsfolk and even outside Vistricta watch them closely for the "attractions." program includes "Tho Heart of the Hills." by Mary Plckford, on Monday and Tuesday, January 24 and 25. This attraction will undoubt- edly draw a record crowd at the Pal- ace Theatre. The students of the Carditon High School are busily engaged in prepar- ing for the coming debate with High Kiver. The deputation of Cardston's mayor, chairman of school board, and school principal, returned from Edmonton on Saturday night. A full report of the remit will be forwarded to the press as soon as available. The Alberta Stake Choir are now ia possession of the full program of mnste for tho Alberta Musical Festi- val to bs held in Calgary on May 17th, 18th and 19th of this year. The choir have not yet fully decided to enter the but have purchased the music TRUSTEES CHOSEN FOR CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL AT MILK RIVER (From Ottr Own Correspondent) MILK TilVHR, Jan. Llnd District, No. 2170, held its annual school meeting Satunluy, January 3th. Mr. Prosper Leduc was elected in place of Mr. C. F. Oder, rotirlae sec.- treas. After business was corn- treasurer, after tho business was com- pleted, the social aspect of the district was discussed from all angles, and en- joyed by all. Mrs. Steckle and Mrs. Horace Bum- ham leave on Monday for Kdmouton as delegates for the U. F. W. of A. I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Shea, and Roy, left on Tuesday for the coast to re- side in luture. Mrs. Jochemn, Sr., has been con- fined to her bed for the past week through illness. Miss Daisy Hummeil has returned from her trip to Edmontan where she attended the meeting of the Girls' Junior Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Moire and children returned last Monday after spending the .week end ia Lethbridge. Mr. Chas. Egan of Warner, was a visitor in town on Saturday. Mr. Ellftrt. Sr., left on Monday for' an extended visit to Spokane, Balti- more, Md., and Germany. j Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schwartz are the proud parents ot a son, at Calgary. Rev. Father Biddeault was a visit- or in town on Saturday. Mrs. Andy Thompson entertained at Five Hundred on last Wednesday evening. First honors were won by Mr. Phelps and consolation by Mr. their decision re the contest in the next few weeks. Should they decide to enter, at least twelve Itms on the program will be contested, however, the problem before them is not a musical one so much as a financial one, as It would require a large sum to take SO people to Calgary and keep them for a week. Inspector Owen Williams is home again In Cardston. after his week's visit to Edmonton, attending the In- spector's convention. He reports a very pleasant and profitable time. People's Forum MEDICINE HAT RESOLUTION Medicine Hat, AHa., Jan. 15, 1921. Lethbrldge Herald, Lethbrldge. Alia., Sir, By unanimous vote of the Medicine Hat local of the Alberta Teachers' Alliance, the secretary was Instructed to forward the following letter to you, with the request that it ha published In a conspicuous place in your valuable paper. Thanking you, I am. Tours truly, A. J. CUKRIE, Sec.-Treas. The Honorable, the Minister ot Edu- cation, We, the members of the Medicine Hat local ot the Alberta Teachers' Al- liance, are hereby compelled by mo- Lives of self-respect to take exception to recent reported utterances of your- self which reflect alike upon the in- telligence and judgment of the teach- ers of Alberta. Sffico these officials are our elected representatives, we take it that any derogatory remarks aimed at them are intended as much for us. We wish, therefore, to af- firm unqualified confidence in our officials, our only criticism of tham being that they have been too long- Buffering with a department that has not appeared over anxious to promote :he best interests of the teaching pro- fession. To the statement that onr officials during the evening. The Lutheran congregation held services on Sunday In school. Mr. J. Schwartz was a Calgary vis- itor for the week end. Walter Quinn, has been on a bus- iness trip to Peace River for the past week. Mr. Baker left for Calgary on Toes- day after spending the past week in Coutts and town on business. Const Hidson of Warner, was a visitor in town during the week. Postmaster Mr. Ford has been on the sick list for the past two weeks, left on last Tuesday for treatment at Calgary military hospital. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Coates returned home onTuesday after spending the past month at Victoria, B. C. Miss Smith, of Ireland, has taken the position as intermediate teacher of the Consolidated school, Milk River. Mr. S. J. Harris left on Monday for a business trip to Edmonton. Mr. Moire has opened up a general store, taking over the business form- erly owned by A. R. Shea. A council meeting was held on Mon- day night. Mr. Kinder left on Monday for his home In Minnesota. Mr. Jno. Turner returned on Wed- nesday from a business trip to Leth- brldge. The Women's Institute met on Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. Ernest Warren. They decided to give a Five Hundred party in school on Friday evening, Jannary 21. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The annual meeting of the Consoli- dated School was held on Saturday. Mr. Henry Ellert and Mr. Henry Thomplior were the new school trus- tees elected. The board now compos- es Dr. G. N. Giles, Mr. Harris Ellert, Thomplior. A marriage of considerable interest place on Wednesday, January 12th, at Glencoe, Minn., of Miss Kate Bishop and Mr. John Emil Collins. Mr. Jos. Oberne was a business vis- itor in Lethbrldge during the week. Mrs. J. Jochomn and daughter, returned from Calgary on Friday where Miss Evelyn has been recovering from an attack of pneu- I monia in general hospital. 'a handful of take! The dance put on by the Jazz Or- Havre, Mont., on Friday success, both NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN BE FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The Herald is the medium of the local field and com- mands the con- Idence of its cerritory. No other agent could dp the work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and brine such sat- isfactory results. TRY ONE cents a line; 6 iiuer- taotw for tpe price of 4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LAIKI-'S '.Vo ma'io transformations, etc.. from your Switches fl.OO an m- Salway Hair Factory. Cartislon, Alia. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-20 REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 28, 32, 34, 89, 94, 128, 131, 132, 137, 140, 147. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS PUT BAN QN MODERN DRESS IN CHINA VANCOUVER, Jan. crav- ing for modern dress has hit China so forcibly that the police have de- cided to do something about it, ac- cording to the North China Mail which has Just reached here. It re- cords that the chief of police o! Shanghai has Issued an edict against extravagant styles now worn by Chinese women. It warns the women against aping foreign styles with the, display of hare arms and silken ankles. "Women's says the edict, "is mostly too' short permit- ting exposure of arms and ankles. Some of the clothing is an imitation of foreign styles, making the wearer neither foreign nor Chinese. The wearers are devoid of shame and fre- quent public streets without embar- rassment. In future all such women will DO arrested and fined." WOMEN'S INSTITUTE GAVE CARD PARTY WELDING BROKEN AXLES Is a simple task for us. Good results are absolutely certain If the work is properly done, and it will be if you entrust na with the job. We can re- aile to its ordinal strength and (leiltlllty, so that It will bear the loads tor which it was intended. Get onr weldlns estimate today. LAWFORD WELDING CO. HotoL positive exception, ened 20th century, pressing for what we believe to be right is surely guaranteed to 'Cana- dian teachers. If in doing this for us our executive is branded as a "hand- 'ul ol! we leave It to think- ng men and women to say whether the use of the term is warranted or not. Again, you describe our suggested torm of model agreement as a "per- 'ectly monstrous and indefensible document." Honorable Sir, the agree- ment which your department has sent cut would force a teacher, wrongfully dismissed, to depend for protection upon a ratepayer, totally disinterest- ed in her welfare, or else, perchance, upon a relative, distant in Ontario, or Nova Scotia. la 'such a document in keeping with your oft-repeated declar- ation that you have the best interests of the teacher at heart? Again, Sir, we would point out that the officials of our Alliance withheld our model agreement form in order to co-operate with the department, who, contrary to promise, finally sent out a draft of an agreement totally unsatisfactory to the teachers, with- out consulting our representatives. Honorable Sir, we regret the attitude you have assumed" towards the organ- ized teachers of Alberta, and beg to state that It ia doing lasting harm to the cause of education in this prov- ince. ICokiandcatvThall laffectiom of the! InotcandthnMtuael BAUME BENGUE tvtfcrtmrikf. eTenjni! was a social and financial, all having a jazzy institution, and should ge't the 1 time. Mr. McKay, of Lethbridge, was H 'business visitor in town on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Giles took their little daughter Kathleen to Lethbridge on Wednesday night for medical as- sistance. Mrs. Jos. Scbwartz returned from Calgary on Monday where she was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Schwartz and grandson. Mr. Plett. of Calgary, save a very interesting talk on necessity of co- operation amoig the farmers on Fri- day afternoon in Kllerfs Hall, and also what the farmers have already done in that line. There was a good attendance and the U. F. of A. are to be congratulated on getting as able a speaker as Mr. Fiett was. (From Our Own Correspondent) NEW DAYTON, Jan. Wo- men's Institute gave a card party in the Davis hall on Friday the 7th, when a fine time was had. A dance conclud- ed the evening's entertainment which we understand .was "enjoyed by all, especially that part of it where the "moonlight dance" came in. It is said that our ever congenial, and agreeable Jriend Bill who turned down the lights, turned them up a whole lot quicker, when Napoleon said the word. Apart from that, however, the W. I. is a live loyal support of the entire district, inas- much, as it rtoea not know any party, creed, or religion, and is, or should be of general benefit to. the entire community. BAN ON HOLD-UP SCENES IN MOVIES depicting hold- up scenes, burglaries and other forms of crime are being barred from the screen in Manitoba, T. A. D. Beving- ton, of the Manitoba Board ot Film censors, announces. The purpose ia to prevent young boys from getting crim- inal notions into their heads. For Three Years The constant hacking, racking, per- iisteut cough that sticks to you In spite of everything you have done to get rid of is the kind that is dangerous. The longer the cough sticks, the more serious menace it becomes to your health. There is no remedy that will relievo that won't let like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It has a healing ami soothing action on the air passages, and at tho same time acts as a disinfectant ot the respiratory organs, destroying the germs that produce serious lung com- plications. Mrs. John Miller, Minbtirn, AHa. had a very bad cough for three years. I went to several doctors and tried different cough medicines, but nothing seemed help me. One day a friend told me about Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Byrup. atjd after using several bottles 1 be- came completely relieved. I always eep a bottle iu the house, and also recommend it to others. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is been universally used for over JO years, and' so great has been its The tie ra the election for reeve of success, it is only natural that Bothwell between Geo. Johns and; great many imitations have NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor 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 Care ot Wright's Jewelry Store. I'JKNTIST DR. O. J. COUKTiOE, Dentist, former- ly of Lethbridge, lias located at C70 Granvillc ML, Vancauver, C. Phone 3ey. 0300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHHC OR. J. E. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. d-is-zG Sherlock Bi'JK. Hours 10-12. 2-4. and bj appointment 1991. PRIVATE THE VAN HAARLEM Prlvat. Hos- pital. IfH 7th S.. Lethbrldjes Accommodation for anr- ficaj. medical and maternity pa- tients. Private nd seml-privatr rooms. Rates 133.00 and fit a week. Write ts: information ta Mis U. S. Van Haarlem, tendent- MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Rovii Academy 2nd Royal ot Music, London, England. 100 per cent. Ip.st year successful. F. H. W1LKINS BIGHT SPECTaMST N 837 5th St. S. Opposite the Bmprut. IISt. Has. !W. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadia Block. Phono IMC. MRS. W. H. ol 'Piano and Theory. Pupil., prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ol Music exams If desired. Annual iptlng recital Studio, 1338 5th Ave. A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French drr eieanmg. are the oldfoit eltaners In the city. We the genuine Frenrh intern, which cov- ivery spot and eliminates pos. Injury to garments, giving hitjU class results Special attention to eonntry work. 834 6th Street 3onlh. Phone 1113 Collect and deliver. CUNT. BOUGHT OXY-ACETYLEN'E WELDINO W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Eleetrle Light ml Powsr Phons Trtrm T.teMIng a Bpscla far Electrical Work Win. Beamish was broken by the clerk placed on the market. The genuine been j____ casting Bis vote in favor of Beamish. NEW PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOR SASKATOON SASKATOON, Sask., Jan. The Presbyterian Theological college ia looking forward to a new college home during the present year. The college has entered into an agreement with the Home Mission and Social Service board of the Presbyterian church for the erection of a Joint college and residence to accommo- date from 125 to 160 students. building will contain assembly The bail, lecture rooms, offices, students" rooms, dormitories, library and large dining hall. David R. Brown, of Montreal, the University architect, is the archi- tect. AN ANTI-CIGARETTE BILL WINNIPEG, Jan. anti-cigar- ette bill should be introduced into the Manitoba Legislature at the approach- ing session, according to Mrs. T. Duff-Smith, provincial president of the W. C. T. U. "Something should done to protect young boys, and young girls as .well, from becoming victims of the she declar- ed. She asserted that she had per- sonal knowledge of many cases where boys under 16 had made the purchase of cigarettes, In apite of the civic by- law afiinst MSA ______ POSSESS GOOD HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE BOWELS A free motion of the bowels, once or twice a day, should be the rule of every one, as half the ills of life are caused by allowing the bowels to get into a const'pate-1 ..omHtion. Wl.en the are allowed to become constipa'od, the stomach sets uit or order, and the liver does not do Its work property on account of holding back thf- so that it dons not pass through tho bowels, but is allowed to get IP.I.O the blood tlm is put up in a yellow wrapper; o pine trees the trade mark; price 35c. alirl GOc. a bottle; manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Torouio, syi tern. a poisoning of the whole IE you would oscnpt) constipation, sick and bilious headaches, heartburn, Uu'i'ig bof t ido r-yes, cou'.- eri tr.i'gue, foul breath, lio nastv. irritating, bleeding, itching and pro- tuding nlles, yon should keep your liver stirred up by the uso of Mil- burn's Laxa-Liver Pills. These pills, being purely vegetable, keep your liver working actively, help- ing it to resume its proper functions, and tk'ereby the bilo that is circulating in the blood and poison- ing the whole system. Mrs. H. Barrows. Knfieid, N. S., was troubled with headaches and constipation. One day a friend told mo of M.'lburn's Laxa-Liver Pills. I got two vials. and found they did me a world of good. I therefore havo great faith in them." Milburn's Laxa-LIver Pills are 25c. a vial, at nil dealers or mailed direct receipt of price by The T. Milburn C9- Limited. Toronto, Farmers When fn need of any Pepsin It will be to your est to try US. have fin up-to-date Machine t-'hop ar'i employ only first Machinists. Satisfaction in workmanship Tractor Cylinders reproanfl, eud fitted with over-size pi N1VEN (II 1st Ave. S. BROS. 1733 PIANO TUNING O. H TUNBft- Player-PJano Organ Repairer !0 years' factory experience Hn? osrs Certificate M T Assn.. Loocl.v England References to the musicians of the city Phono list 627 10U- Si 8 ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXWSUT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Oonybeare Block. Phones 711 iintl 31-20 GUNSMITHS ft straightened, nns restock- work by a gunsmith, lacks repaired, bicycles, phonographs, any light repaired, lawa moweri D K Macdonald. Indiu 1012. em opposite Herald DCGOMATINr) WWT.UNOTON ten aad Pmtnfert Kalsowlnlnt. Dworatlni and Wn R'sthratw The eltfHt actabltahed painters hi LetbbrMnu RM 1471: Bhons 17M BhsritMk Ultt, Latk- A. DMOrstlng anil Paperhandic. Phono 190 en gLa SoattL 13. Copeland E. R. Kent Phone :l'J03. Phono 1517 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Papei'lianging a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON; DECORATOR. Bstabllnhed 1SOI. Thirty-five years' experience in Eiten iof and Interior Decorating. 867 llth at Couth. Bttlmates Phone WINTER RADIATORS Why not havo your Automo- Radiator He-cored befors the Crost comes, with the beat Honey-comb Corb obtainable. Drop in and let ua tell you about it, or ask Romeona who das 0110. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 'ith Ave. S. Behird Sliver Grill. Carney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITH1NG FREEL A ELLIOTT Mrtal Worlnra IM Mh at MMIW 1711 THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Greeiihani, B. A.; E. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College, Toronto. 15-26 Association cf Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethhrldfe Unit, No. 14 Veternm desirous ot Joining tha association, cai. ob- tain information and application forms from secretary i LEIGH, P. 0. Boi No. 1 bridge. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deserst Agent Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAJTU1E, ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;