Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
fttlDAY. JANUARY 21. IMfr THE usTtumrpGis PAH.Y PAGE ResideDces-If yon are "House Hunting" no doubt you can find one to suit your needs SOCIALACTHES IsuUtate EUcta Stent- t vy of t YoowtGiri L (Fcom Our Own Cemaaontf mt) r BOW ISLAND, Jan. wea- man decided it was time for a so on gatwiay a light snow Ml. On Bandar and Monday a strong and cold wind blew, but today the vvather has moderated again. About Joijr of snow fell. UrilM' Aid of thfl United chunk held their last meeting it the horns of Mrs. A. Gage Thurs- day aftenm. There was a good ntlnsMlinni of members and four new van enrolled. One visitor, Mrs. 8eott. frssmt. After the aest assisted by Mrs. C. H. Ben Mn. M. Hanna, turnt a dainty hnoh and a social was enjoyed. Tke nut meeting will be held at the rest room Thursday afternoon, January 37th, when sewing will be done. The hostesses for that day are Mrs. E. DeLong and Mrs. W. Potter. On Thursday afternoon of thi: week the Ladles' Aid of All Saints church will bo entertained by Mrs. Kushworth. Church Notts The Unite! church service was Well attended last Sunday evening. The assisted greatly the song service. All iran pleased to see the choir several new members ready to help with tke service. "I Am Stranger Here" was well rendered by tke choir. 8, Y. Hurst is the church organist and St Andrews is fortunate to have w capable a man flll that position. Rev. V. M. Gilbert gave a very in- teresting address on Sunday night. His subject, "Wheat and Oats" was founded on John The tendency these days Is to prepare only for the immediate present iaitoad of looking; to tta future. The oak in England lived for years and years gain ing sise not for the present genera- tion bit for years to come, was in DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS many CUM away w tkat wheat CMM he rained (or the tfcen wad Uy rke war. Boys and glrle leave oekoul early, as as thejr can take position that t them a little money instead mt for gometklng better a little later. Wemen'e MMtHuU Tke restitute held first meeting of IP the rest roan last Satvday afternoon. In the absence of Presldeat Rolfe, tke Mrs. R. H. Robertoo, conducted the There wu a spletdU at- tendance couMerinc the stormy wea- ther and two MW names were added to the roll. Mrs. E. IMUnc and Mrs. Warrey. Mrs. Robt. Rainbow wss elected secretary-treasurer by acclamation. Mrs. A. C. Gage a recitation In ker good ityte, which all appreciated. Mrs. Werts.read a paper on "Tke Aims of the Woman's Insti- which was written By Mc- Allister of Tabor. At the close ot the nMettng Mrs. A. Whitney. Mrs. C. H. Bell and Mrs. Ed. Thompson served a dsdaty lunch and the members enjoyed a social time togetker. The next meeting; will be on Satur- day, m. Mrs. R. H. Roawrton, Mn. W. K. Bateman ud Mrs. A'. F. Werts will be tke hosteaaes. The Rook club keld tbnir nrst so- cial evening at the home of Mrs. R. H. Seattle last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ostrum entertained a tew ot her friends last Thursday afternoon in honor ot her sister, who was visit- ing with her. The G. V. A. gave another of their series ot dances iti their hall last CARDSION PAPER MunsoB Partner in (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. very Im- portant business deal was effected this week Cardston. Mr. C. A. Ad.lt, editor and manager o( the District News, Munson, Alta., has bought a partnership ID the Cardston Globe, with Mr. Fred Burton. Tke new part- ner will bring part ofrkis plant with htm from Mnnson and tke whole Cardston plant will be overhauled. Tke building, Itself, will be remodel- led InsMe, ind a new Model E Lino- type with three magailnes will be in- stalled immediately. A seven column paper will be turned ont and plans me laid now to make this little paper one ot the livest and most newiy town papers in the province. The Cardston Civic Clnb have In- terested themselves is this Important part ot town weekly paper. Tkey kave arranged a good program for their next meeting on' February 14, at which Mr. J. .Y. Card will ad- dress the club on the value of pub- licity and Miss Nielson will speak on "Advertising." To assist farther in supporting the Globe, a press commit- tee will be appointed at that meeting 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 territory. No other agent could do the work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and bring such sat- isfactory results. TRY ONE a line; 6 inser- for the price of 4. PHONE 337 Tke Crow Line orehMtra the music. The Auxiliary wrred at mldnlcht. A Bluebird Card Pirty Never has the I.O.O.F. hall had a more gay appearance than laat night when the Reoftkalk lodge gave a Blue- "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Laxative Accept "California" Syrup ot Pigs for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child Is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, Jlfer and bowels. Children love iU fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "California." Stop That fielding In The Throat By Using NORWAY PINE SYRUP That tickling to the throat sensa- tied is most distressing and causes a nasty. Irritating, dry cough that not only you in misery all day long, but also prevents you enjoying a good jttfht's rest. Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup, Is composed of the most sooth- IVE and healing expectorant herba barka combined with the lung. Aeftling Tlrtnei of the world-famotu Norway Pine.tree, will give almont instant relief lu all eaten of' this nature. Mr. E. A. Price, Port Carllng, Ont, about ft month las' fall, I kad a bad cold and cough and a tickling in my throat. I coughed nearly all the time. I tried different remedies and cough but could Set no relief. A friend adrlied me to Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup mjnd before I had used two bottles, ny cough wan all gone, and gone lor good. I have not coughed since." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup In put up in a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark; price 36c. and a bottle at all dealers; man- ufactured only by The T. Milburn Limited, Toronto, i bird card party and dance. Bluebirds, many in number. and raried In sire, were the chief decora- tions used throughout the room, while the tally cards were bluebirds, blue- birds were pinned on those who at- tended, the lunch table covers were adorned with bluebirds and the table napkins had bluebirds on them. The early hours were spent in pro- gressive whist, the honors being won by Mn. S. Y. Hurst and M. Brophy, while, consolation prizes were given Mrs. Campion and Mr. Dnlmage. The ladies then served dainty re- freshments and a little later the hall furthering the Interests of Cardston. This Is good news for Carditon, as the newspaper in a town is half the lite of that town, and especially good news in the fact that Mr. Adslt, who is an old-traer at the newspaper busi- ness and will be a distinct asset to the Globe staff, is also a very good mus- ficlan, and will be welcomed most heartily by the various musical or- ganizations in our fair town. ELCAN OPERATORS TO MAKE PROTEST (By a Staff Reporter.) BARNWELL, Jan. refusal of the C.P.tt: to accept billings at El- can from the smaller coal mine oper- ators, necessitating them to resort to a long wagon haul, which has result- ed in the unemployment of most of. irBauwcute allu was made ready for the dance, which the miners at the B can Valley and continued for a couple of hours. S. Y. Hurst and C. Bateman were the mu- siclans. The committee who lad charge of, the arrangements and particularly or the decorations, are to be compliment- ed and it is regrettable that there was not a larger crowd present to repay them for the effort put forth. The weather was cold and a strong wind was blowing last night. Mrs. Hurlburt, who had been visit- Ing with her daughter, Mrs. Byams, of Sunnyvale, returned home early last week.' Dr. Henderson left on Wednesday for the north country, intending to locate in one of tie towns. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Pollett returned home last Wednesday from Medicine Hat, where they spent a pleasant holi- day. ROT. Percy Johnston and Mrs. John- ston of Burdett, were guests of Rev. V, M. Gilbert and Mrs. Gilbert at the parsonage last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson left last Thursday for Spokane, where they will bo the guests of their son United Mines, has caused representa- tions to be made to the Railway Conv mUpion and the Department of La- bor for an inveatigation. The oper- ators affected feel that an injustice Is being done them. For 11 years company has ac- cepted billings at Elcan, and the con- trary order only became effective Jan, 1. The order has caused considerable unemployment at Coal City camp where 20 men have been work- ing only 4 ire now ou the payroll. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES DENTIST Wo make switches, transformations, etc., from your rambinps. Switches J1.00 an on. Sal way iialr Factory, Cardsloli, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Oor. 14th St. REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 28, 33, 34, 35, 47, 51, 76, 89, 92, 94, 128, OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS RETURNED SOLDIER WEDS AT BURDETT (3y a Staff BURDETT, Jan. charming 1 Tedding was solemnized yesterday. when Miss Fannie Olive Judd, daugh-' ter oJ Mrs. Emma Judd and George Henry James, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Henry James and a returned man, having gone overseas with the Battalion, were united in mar- TiiTi T.lnTirallv-n fit tVlO their annual meeting last Friday, Jan- uary 14th. Quite a number of the members turned out. I The Etzikom Consolidated School district held their annual meeting Saturday, January 15th. A good nam- ber of the ratepayers were present. Mi1. Best was elected trustee of the .southwest district. As there was only Mr. Godwin present from the south- east district, he has to resume his office as trustee until another member j Is elected. Mr. Thomson, the senior school teacher, has resignfMl and Mrs. Beer is teaching in uutil another teacher is secured. Six members of the' Oddfellows' Lodge at Foremost were down to Etzi- kom Dodge last Tuegday evening. People at Etzikom are aorry to hear Mr. O. Rilley and Charlie Rllley's illness again, but hope they will soon be well again. Mrs. Casley entertained a few friends last Tuesday- evening in hon- or of Miss Richardson. Mr. Perry and Mr. Franklsh were down from Foremost last Tuesday. Wilfred and Mrj. Henderson. Mrs. M. Whitney, who has supported the groom, quite indisposed, ia now feeling much Thfl wag in a lovely better. gown of crepe de chine with embroid- silk overlace and carried a bou- quet of American beauty roses. Fol- lowing the wedding a sumptuous sup- per was served, sixty guests partak- ing. At night a wedding dance was held in the G. W. V. A. hall at Grassy Lake at which were present. The Rygg orchestra of Burdett furnished excellent music. t The newly-weds will reside on the groom's ranch near Grassy Lake. RANGE STOCK ARE WINTERING WELL NO CONFIRMATION AT OTTAWA OTTAWA, Jan. -that the government is to eipeml 000 for building houses for returned riage. Bishop Job Llewellyn of the soldiers was denied here today at the who would be interested. dett L. D. S. churctt officiating. The bridesmaid was Miss Rella Clarke of Burdett, were, visitors in town last Thursday. Miss Lucy Parker of Lethbridge, Is standing a few days in town, a guest of Miss Frances Ross. Mrs. Ostrum's sister left for kar horns on Saturday morning after a pleasant visit here. Mrs. Gordon Howden and Mrs. S. Tweedle of Fertile Plains, were guests xt the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Thompson on Sunday. Cecil Howden visited with friends the first of the week. Mrs. Ethel Harris was a Medicine Hat vlBitor last Thursday. Mrs. Gordon Howden and Mrs. T. Tweedle left for Edmonton yesterday to attend the U. P. A. convention as delegates from the Fertile Plaint' or- ganization. Bow Island IT. F. 'W. A. delegates are Mrs. Ed. Thompson and Mrs. I. D. James, while Mr. I. D. James repre- sents the U. P. A. at the convention at C. F. Steele of Lethbridge, was in town today looking after the Herald's interests here. Thos. Brooks came down from Coal- hurst on Saturday to spend a short time with his family hare. Mr. and Mrs. J, Braduer have as their guest, Mr. Long of Purple Springs. Nurse Hendershot, who has been in Bow Island, went to her home in Bur- dett yesterday. Mrs. E. DeLong.went to Medicine Hat today to consult a doctor about her wee daughter, Phyllis. Mrs. Kmmerson has as guest her mother, Mra. Scott. On Monday, December 20Ui, Stettler. to Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur Mack a son, Wilfred Bertram, was born. This morning at 10.30 the young- est daughter of Mr. Mrs. Andrew Anderson passed away at her home, after a brief Illness. The sympathy of all goes out to the bereaved par- ents In this their sad hour. Funeral on Thursday t p.m, BANK AT ORION (Special to The Herald) ORION, Jan. Is a rum- our which Is gaining ground, that the branch of the Standard Bank is short- ly to be Orloa, 1 PILL A LAXATIVE 2 PILLS A CATHARTIC 3 PILLS A PURGATIVE (From Our Own Correspondent) SKIFF, Alta., Jan. Henry Jergens and Mr. 0. A. visitors to Lethbridge last week. The range stock in this district are looking flue. There is an appreciable difference in their condition than at this time last winter. Mr. Linton is gathering some of his line young geldings off the range. He intends fitting them for spring sale. School started again !ast week with Mr. Moore In charge. Mr. Win. Liggins is building a large addition to his blacksmith shop. He is installing modern machinery and will be able to handle considerable trade in the future. There seems to lie a mild form of grippe going around. Mr. and Mrs. Jer- j gens have been guile ill the past week! and several other cases have been re-' ported. Mr. and Mrs. O. Chase are spending a short holiday at Foremost and Lucky Strike. Mr. Joe Beguln, of Foremost, spent a few days in town last week on bus- iness. A pleasant evening at cards wan Bpent at Mr. and Wm. Demers on January 7th. Mr. and Mra. Henry Jergens enter-j tained at a very pleasant social even- j ing on December 280i. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Rear are spend- ing a few days in Lethbridge this week. This Is The Way Milburn's Laxa- Liver Pills Wtlrk You will never use any of the old griping, nauseating, sickening, purg- ing pills, containing as they do calo- mel and other drastic mineral ingred- ients, once you use Milburn's Laxa- Liver, a pill that is purely vegetable. Owing to the great care used in procuring the highest grade of drugs from which they are manufactured, they are as near perfect as it is slblo to get a laxative remedy. They work gently and effectively, without gripe or pain. If you are troubled with constipa- tion, biliousness; driven to distrac tion with sick headaches, if your, tongue is coated, your breath bad, your complexion muddy, your ryes yellow, have floating specks before tha eyes, jaundice, itching, bleeding or protruding piles, stir up your slug- gish liver with a few doses of Mil- burn's Laxa-Liver Pills. Mrs. Roy Mackie, Orlllis, Ont., desire to express my thanks for the relief I have bad by using Milburn's Laxa-Llver Pills. had been suffering for some time from constipation and bad headaches. I tried all sorts of cures, which did no good, until I was advised to try your pills. I got great relief aftsr tuktag only a few doses." Price 25c. a vial at all dealers, 01 mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, TRUSTEES CHOSEN FOR ETZIKOM DISTRICT (From Our Own Correspondent) ETZIKOM. Jan. The Btiikom Auoclatlou Steamship Are you thinking of sending for your friend in the Old Coun- try? We shall bo pleased to quote rates and assist you in every possible way. We can now arrange passage FROM Danzig, Hamburg, Antwerp, Na- ples, Triest Continen- tal points. For all kinds of steamship information-' THE ROS8ITER AGENCIES Phone 1412 HlglnboViam Blk Information WELDING BROKEN AXLES is a simple task for us. Good results are absolutely certain U' the work is property done, and it will bo if you entrust us with the job. Wa can ra- store any axle to its original strength and flexibility, so that it will boar the loads for which it -was intended. Get our welding estimate today. LAWFORD WELDING CO, Opposite Lethbridge Hotel. TENDERS FOR THE ERECTION OF A NORMAL SCHOOL AND INSTITUTE OF TECHNiCOLOGY, CAL- GARY, ALBERTA. CONTRACT "C" O. J. COUUTICIO, Dentist, forinur. ly of IKIS located at (J7t> fJraiivillo St.. Vancouver. It. C. Phone ooy. MOO. Opposite son's Bay Co. OSTHI'ATHIC Sealed tenders addressed to the un- dersigned and endorsed "Tender for Technical Institute" will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, February 28th, 1921. Separate tenders will be received on the General Contract, Plumbing, Heat- ing and Ventilation and on the Elec- trical Work. Full particulars, plans and specifica- tions may be obtained on application to the Provincial Architect, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, each application to be accompanied by a deposit of which will be refunded on the return plans, specifications and a bona fidu tender. Should ths contract be awarded, the successful bidders will he required to execute guarantee bonds on an approv- ed Surety Company to the amount OL' twenty per cent, of their tend- ers as a guarantee of the fulfil- ment of their ror.tnct. The cheques ol' untmiiceHMt'iil bidders will be returned within six day.s after contract Is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any ap.tm-tf. L. C. CHAHIiBSWORTH, I Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton, this 15th day I of January, 1921. Ad S NEWS AND VIEWS Reading iy the greatest factor in edu- cation. Get all you can out oC 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 ynur future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a .free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care ot Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 437 Oth St. S. Opposite the Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite -i, Acadia Block. Phone 1616. OXY-ACETTLEXE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th Street. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light anil Power Contractors Phone 409 5th St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cariiston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., Ltndpn. England. References to the leading musicians oE the city. Phone 1168. 627 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box No. 0, Lethbridge. DR. J. E. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Bids. Hours and appointment Phono 193S PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital. 1224 7th Ave. S.. Lethbridge: Phono 74G. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates and 550 a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 pel- cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of 1 Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of. Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5th Ave, A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE In French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We usa the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street 'South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith: keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired- lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, Gth Street, opposite Herald Office. ___________DECORATING WELLINGTON Jtecora- tors, Paperhangers and Painters: Kalsomintnir, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethliridge. Res. phone 1472: office phone 1752. Sherlock 31dg., Leth- bridge. Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanging. Phone GOO. fill 8th Avenue South. 117-0 E. L. Copeland K. H. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglns a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 51B St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established ISOil Thirty-five years' experience in Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104 ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybearu Block. Phones 711 and 10C5. 31-20 THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls to matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Graenham. B. A.; Margaret E. Greenham, formerly of Hi'.verga! College, Toronto. 35-26 Farmers When In nend of any TRACTOR Pepalrt It will to your la try US. Ws have an Shop and employ onlr flrnt cllit Machinists Satisfaction lu aid workmaaiihip Tnctor Cyllndcn rep-nuna. aid flttrrt with OTor-olit platou rlnti N1VEN BROS. lit Ave. Phono 1712 Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITIUNG FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal teulfc MMM 1711 WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Ite-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Cora obtainable. Drop in and let' us tell you about It, or ask someouo who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Silvtr Grill, L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS tfvwi Agent Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DCVILOMNO, PRINTING, HOME-POftTRAITUm, ITC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO.