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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TKN "mi-: i.KTHnwnnK DAILY REKALI> FRIDAY, JANUARY DISTRICT NEWS R. GARDINER CHAIRMAN CONSOLIDATED DISTRICT (From oiv Own ETZ1KOM. Jan. Mr, tamed home a. rt-rr uleaesnt weak In The pieaian ng Icncb. The. will site- Wednescin; Mrt. R. Hrnderwri eslerialaeJ friends cvenl.-.s. Owi to uo tiorni not mvjy vir? out though. talned number of trivmls ;u wwS of iit phiy. First ['rlre--; won by .Mr. A and Mrs. EJn Mr. Small ami Mrs.: -vil'r a dainty lum-a the: floor ls c'.wod for dancius Uienry tfenl ,T very j concluded 3 very evening.. :t evraiug Wediuuday.l I'rospy U.K.A. local held th.M: evrill serving n very dainty1 regular rieflins in Fvhoul i.; IKKISO nislit, the vk'e-i'resi' Mr. Strand occupying the s'Alier metMln; 11 social hour wm I enpyed at The- c, prizes donated by the r.P.A. wort- i awarded us tallows: First prizvs. Mr. Hud 8-ewall Iw't for ('aljarv list'11'- Iiui) Kvmlctgh and Mrs. A. X. Ys'olr.esdf.y nion.lujf. Mr. Sow.ill Sprinkle, consolation, Mr. H, Wares pccll to move his fanillr ;jpri> Mrs. P, fenny. lens. -------------r Tee CflBEOllcIalefl acnoo! I'Olrd held Dolph Morris was anil the DISTRICT lol'owtnE were Robi. Cardiner, Jr.a. TUomas Oito- J Robert j X. Jan. Peter Crs was i-h.-.innmi slad has resigned frum tier position us Successful Men Saved Tliey were thrifty. They were shrewd enough 10 sec thai ths habit of saving meant the strengthening of character. With the money saved they were able 10 ad- vantage of oppcy luni- lies as ihey arose, today to open a Savings Ac- count in this Bank. r vsm transacted. :is neUins teacli'Tc ore Mr. Oscar Jlfllej- or Prosoy in 1oivn Toe.'clay ana Welnesday last sebopl iNU'hor at llohuburR school.. Her place will be taken by her sister; Ida Lundont-. ivho comes hlphly re-, commended. People's Forum QUESTIONS FOR THE GOVERNMENT Mr. and .Mrs. J. Wilson entertained; Mr. K. Wilson ft iMTirig for tbe a on Chrisima? day. Those Wednesday mornliiic. prMint iverii Mr. and Mrs. A. I'cter- A charge in 'if weather has cer-1 lalnly taken place wllu ?ri6w florins and nuito s'bit tero. Mr. and Mrs. Huo smd Arthur i'ROSPY U.l-'.A. WINNERS OF ATTENDANCE PHIZES! Walks. The- day was spent playing cards and games. I Mr. J. John llauseman spent Cbrisi- mas with his daughter, Mrs. Marion and Sirs. C. entertained a i _________ oo year's [present -.vero, Mr. and Mrf. J. Wilson. (illA.NLUA. Jan. taraily. Mr. and Walks and 0100! iheir yym'.al meei-jtwo sons, Mr. and Mrp. lleri Itoe and IUB in the sfiioul hoiiFo Saturday. Jan. son. Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Peterson nucl lUtli. The following are the officers (or the ensuing Messrs. Wares. Jiurger and, i'lnncy. trustees. R. Mr. Prcnvse is spendlQi; few liays in Uon- daughter, and Mr. J. W. Wilson. All enjoyed themselves fine. Miss Esther ifolniburg greatly surprised on hor birthday Jan. 4, when about 30 of her friends dropped in to spend tho afternoon. A dainty THE BAttK OF HOVA SCOTIR -Mr. and .Mrs. r.oui Mr. I lunch was servixl nnd all report Mrs. .la_uk Fon; motored to Medi-lgood time. from starving to death, while the P.K. yardts In Lethorliise ore Iwlng blocked with this feed? If the Government has bought tult in a spirit to the stock from starring to dfath In the drouth stricken district, and this said j stock, which Is neceesaiy to the farm- er in carrying on farmings operations this spring, why don't they ship It In to thoso districts where the condi- tions are most acule? If the horses, M'hicli are o nececfily in carrying on farming operations here the coming tease.i. are to be let starve, how will the farmer he able i to put In a crop to pay the Gorem- Client for that which he his already 1 received? Tho Government tskcj a first lien on the land and stock for their .se- 1 curii.v, why then dhould Ihey confine tbe feed limit to two tons lo the farmer regardless of the amount ot stock h6 may have. We would Ilkn further lo ask why, if thii Government was 50 farsightcd as lo foresee that a great cataslrophy would happen If they did not jump right in and buy up this feed to save i the stock as they hare done, why Is i this feed so high? For those that have been fortunate enough to have the money lo pay for II clals in charge of Ihc relief. could not teem to see their way clear to give orderc on local dealers whereby the farmer EeeXiBK relief would of saved from J10.00 u'p on a ton offered. I do not look to an outsider as though II was good business policy to block the C.P.R. and allow this hay to tpoll on their hsnde while in this locality (he country is spoiling (or lie waul oIr. Iral Ovcrson matlc a visit at the homo of Mr. C. Wing on Sunday last. Mr. Helmuth Hanseinan made a business trip U Lethbridga last week. Mr. Pliilip HulH Mr. Lish Husscl mado ft trip from Jlrooks last week. They hnufed a. load uT ma- chinery back. Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Rrovrn, John and Stanley Sosonfsky iveat to Lelbbriilgo last week. will be back' in ihe spring. FOREMOST BOYS FORM A CLUB (From Our own VOHEMOST. Jan. Ncal anil ilnuglitcr led for n Irlp to Scot- land last Salurday. Mr. Percy Wlllsc lias rctiirnci! (rom lo Calgary. Mr. ;mO Mrs, McKinnon entcrUiint'il a lew iriericls last Friilay Tour delegates to Uio U.F.A. troiivcii- lion in Calvary and one to tbc IJ.F W.A. convention lurt on Saturdny'a (rain (rom the Al'orado local. A few of the younger boys have or- Rtinized a cfub with Leon fanipbel na. Joe Hunt, lioh Hunt, treasurer. Another period ot very Imrd wea- ther on the stock has begun .snow-i-torni of Snlnrday nnd Kimdiw. It is to be hoped it will n..: last long (IB the stoel; arc in no good con- dition to stand it. Relief for some needy families is arriving these tlays through the Ued Cross, anil also the parsonage. Home clothing hag been distributed also a little toml. The lime of anxiety for many nenplo will not be emlei for n good while ycl. Mrs. Roy Brnworlon continues lo bo in great demand us a soloist, she has more engagements than, she can fill. Mrs. Breworton is studying vocal incl is developing greater power imd purity of tone. feed, they have heen able to get good oat bundles for less than J11.60 per (on, through Ihe U.P.A. No. 262., and goad upland hay for ?25.00 per Ion. The Uovcrnment hay was per ton and one car of oat bundles which they shipped in here they asked It would seem to us thai the- Govern- menl with their knowleiise of the conditions as they existed, could buy as cheap as a U.l-'.A. loral which has to pay a man to loolc up these deals. Until recently the Government offi- A FARMER'S COMPLAINT Turin. Alia.. Jan. 12, Kditor ol The you a space your paper for tbe following: bast spring wo went to a bank in lyeUibrldge aud borrowed two hun- dred dollars. ThlsSuoncy was to get feed for my stock. We got the loan till faH and we had no crop of any ktnd and wu had io get Iho note re- newed which they did. had to go back to the bank again to bon-ow some more to buy feed for my stock. 1 said to the manager. "How are chances to borrow anil told him I .would give him uprses for se- curity and "no" was his'answer. The only security ho would take was war bonds, so as t had no wfir bonds I couldn't, get the money. So I told my vrlfe that wo would have to try an- other bank which we did -and tho second question by the manager was, "Where did you do your nnd 1 told htm tho bank. he said, "1 am .sorry but we can't tal-.o any more new customers." So we tried another bank and were turned down 'again, the manager said tho bank we did our business with should carry us. Now Mr. Editor this is tho the banks In used me. t supposo if went to them nil it would bo the aauie story. we Imvo been, iu LcthbrUge before and got along without tho banks and 1 guess we ctn again. Yours truly, NE11, SINCLAIR. D'ANNUNZIO FEARS ASSASSINATION FiUME, Gib rlole d'Annimilo't control of city hat been diurtrouc to the people, who have food and are suffering from ac- cording to Riccjrdo Zinella, op-, ponent of d'AnnunzIo ind of the Fiuman peoplec party. He Bays d'Annundo Ii afraid of Eaislnatlon and Ii constantly un- der guard and that his action In the city hat wulted In international embarrmtment for Italy. "Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest, surest relief for a Sour, Acid, Gassy vanishes! Stomach acidity causes Indigestion! gc-stion, dyspepsia or a disordered Food souring, gas, distress! Wonder, stomach. A few tablets ot Pape's Din- ness, .belching of eas- es. One to: acidity, won- derful! Millions of people know '.hat it is needless to he bothered with indi- neb so you can ca! favorite fooJs with- rvl causing distress. The Is so little. The benefits so greiL You, too, will bo a D-apensin enlhiuiast n'flor- "WEISER FEVER" HITS CARDSTON I'Canlston' Globe.) Thai dread ailment. "Weizer attacked" no less than a dozen 'Cardslon families during Ihe past year, may now be credited with I Ihree more victims anil their families. I Those afflicted this time are Frauds I Xielson, A. Ltlllc. and L Broadbent.i all of to leave for that! Paradise Idaho, within! the next few wp'cks. Slill another, Horace Drown, left for the same place last week. .All have sold or selling out, lock stock and barrel, and are leaving Snnuy South- era for si! .sccording to their present intention. Francis Melson has disposed of his property. a half section, near to W; (L Smith. For one quarter he received a prlte of 529.00 per acre, and for Ihe other a price of The laltcr piece of land was bought 'i year- ago for SS.OO, so lhat Mr. Nlcfson more than doubles his money on the deal. Counting ihe above four, Ihc num- ber of families wiio havo left Cardslon for Wcizcr during ihe past year num- hnr about fifteen. Counting Ihose who have left for other parts of the Slalos and U.C. Ihc number reaches more than twenty-five. Which means that in Ihc neighborhood of 110 souls hnve left Ihis dislrlc! during tin; past One family aliino, that of P.roadbenl, numbers filteen. That ot Nielsen numbers nine. Wo tnvu it on goori aiHhorHy thai inos' of the former Canlston-ians who left for Wcizcr. Idaho, arc now work- ing for wages. We venture lo pro- nhesy lhal ono of fine days, about r.cxt September, when Ihey hear of 60 liuslu.-! crops in Sunny Southern Alberta, with wheat soaring'near tho liiree dollar mark, that they will be scratching their hearts and thinking, thinking, thinking. WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH The Plague of Pimples Body Covered With Them The primary cauao of pimples arises from tho blood not being In a Rood condition. When Iho blood become? itnpuro you will find thai rjiinplcs will lircak out oil over Ihfi Imily, but more particularly On Ihe forehead, nose and chin, and although they are not n dangerous trouble they nro very un- Higbtly. you need when plrupleB or boils break out Is a real good blood purifying medicine nuch as Murdoch Blood BKlera. ThfB prepcratlon has been on the market for over W years and is Iho most reliable remedy for all troubles arlilng from a had condition of the blood. It removes all the impurltiea from Ihe syatcm, nnd ivllt leave .1 dear, henllliy shin. Mr. Unerson Goodwin, (.'arn- briiige, X.B., "For nearly two vicars I suffered from hoils nnd tfles on my face an-j nock, r.unr- ly all of my body was covered with lii': tilmplcK, I trieil niosi everything, lint no relief. Grip day a friend odvlfEd me to try ilurdori: illnnd Hit. nnd after tlire-o bnttli-- dimples n t'! lifiiH 1'i'd illl if't me ;niil, (here (j no sign of them rftnriiliiK- I! I an rfionirnrpi! U. to j um strongly recommend 11. n. i0i tuivouo'who Is IroLiblril witii ilii .Manufar.lnrei] only by TJio T. Mil- Jiiirn ('n.. Toronto, NEWS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTANS FROM SALT LAKE C1TV (flnymonil Recorder.} The Misses Viva and Ursula El- ton, of have been attend- ing college and studying under Prof. MacClcllan, tabeniudc organist. .Tohn W. cx-M.i'.P. for the Cardslon rldhiR, lias organized com- pany for Iho developing and market- Ing of n Irni-l of alfalfa tamt in uiah. Thp project is nn at- tractive one and with Mr. WnoH's keen buulneus abilily might to be floalcd siicccFsfnlly. U. J. rinrdon. former ussistant superintendfut of surveys for Alberta, Is a number of the company aiid la doing tho enp- incerlng. lieports from Cleveland Indicate that Uernnrd II. Hmltii i5 progressing nicely In bis medical Mr. Hir.Jtii was for scvcrnl of the Raymond public school. Charles McCarthy, Mr., of iuymonil. Is a Salt visitor. He expccls m spend tbc ivlnler hrro. Charles, .Me. Cflrthy, family arc now living In l.os Angeles. JLiy ti'.e ratiio'.is stochrnan is enjoying (be unjnforts of home life afler several mr-nths ah. sunco In the norlli. Ilaxrl and Allen arc pnjuying Tiu'ir uork ar l.'liivcrsily oi They .ire popular figures In .'tiirtpnt'circles of the city. rhirfnte flolniun, (if Taln-r. hjis ac- iicisltion in titc business of- fic.i.i of an automobile! linn of the citv. Suit Luke ruH'iiil.f ijsllril li> i( fierce snmv -inrni. diivs Branlford1 Cordage is insuring tbe lives of tlietr employes. licfotc the wur, Zam-Biik was 55c. n box. All during the whtn (he of production was raplrtly advancing, the price of Zam.JJuk the jamc. Now, with the war ovtr, ivhllo some continue to Zmn-Uiik 15 still 50c, a boil Not only to, hut the same high sUntlinl of quality been main. fatneJ throughout, Thrre lias been no prolttceilng In rcgaril lo Xnm-Ruk. For every box you imvc you have been, uskcil lo pay fnlr value only. Is this mclhod of doing liuslncsj not worthy of recognition? Ans- "ivcr thU question by continuing to recommend, to appreciate, and to use greatest house- hold healer of modern times, Use it for all skin ec- zema, rlngivorm, abscesses, ulccra, boils, pimples, piles, blood.polson- Ing, chapped hands, cold sorcj, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, etc, AlIDcilcn, fCc.Dox. "His Maker's Voice" Dance Records 90 Cents for 10-inch double-sided Trois Coleman's Orchestra 216074 Here is a record we have selected as beinf? far above the ordinary. It is not only tbe dance "hit"