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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 192t THE LETHBRfrXtE DAILY HEItAIJ) PAGE THRES To reach the tome-going and result-producing clientele in Alberta, Advertisers during 1921 should use liberal space in the Herald If ant Ad" Columns REPLIES! Replies been received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: 28, 33, 34, 35, 46, 47, 89, 92, 94, 128, 131, 132, 137, 140, 145, 147. OWNERS OP BOXES PLEASE CAUL FOR THEIR ANSWERS _________ fill (MILLHELP .FUNERALOF STREET 10 DEPOT Provide Cinders to Put Surface in ShapeWTown Expects 1 New Station Too (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Jan. a latter addressed to J. V. Card of the Cards- ton Board of Trade, from C. D. Mackintosh, superintendent of tho Lethbridge division of the C. P. R., i Albert Fellgar Passes Away Af- ter Long Magrath News (Prom Our tm-n Correspondent) MAGRATH, Jan. ser- vices were held on Wednesday after- noon last In the Presbyterian church ovar the remains of Albert, the 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Tellgar. boy died on Saturday, Jan. 15, his home south of town. He had been a. sufferer for several years and death came as a relief to a definite promise is given the people paign for better roads and streets in the town. The past three days wore to have been used for this purpose, but the heavy snowstorm put the plans of the committee out of gear, and now the first opportunity given him in his sad condition. The fun- of Cardston that tho" roads neaY The 5ra' were conducted by the station will be cared for and mended minister Lethbrldgt. The by two or three carloads of cinders, singing was furnished by tie choir acting in co-operation with the of Wm. BMter. A zens of Cardston in their coming cam- Iarge crowd ot frienl18 lo.ittend- lance to extend their sympathy to the bereaved family. Magrath is now in possession of a shoemaker and repair sbop. Mr. Ly- ons, formerly of Burdett, has opened u utl.uult an up-to-date shop on Main street by the aml is busy "lght dsy- Mr- by the citizens to fir up their streets j wllj ,movo hls famlly her6 m before spring. The promise from the C. P. R. superintendent is a bit of cheering news, along this line, as tho station road has been the worst of i urday nlght- TllBy a epltudid any part of town. tr'P antl valuable instruction recejved. Another itefn in' the letter referred Mr- and Mrs- Brunsdale of Burdett, the building of the new station at spent a few days in town Ia5t woek Cardston which has been contemplat-1 v'S'Ung Wends, ed for some time. Mr Mackintosh I Tho meeting of the Women's stated that without doubt this new C. Intitule will be held on Friday even- P. R. station would be built this year, but could not give any definite state- ment yet, as the appropriations for his division had not yet been received, but he certainly expected this mat- ter to be included in 1921 estimates. You Can Get it Out of these Columns have a message to send to the 4j people of Alberta, a Herald WANT AD. will carry it for you more quickly and to more people than any other at a lower cost. When you send your message you want re- turns quickly. The Herald gets them for the kind you want. 3 per Ilns (Count six words to a line.) Minimum, 25 cents, six insertions for price ot four. Not a day passes when you cannot use a Herald WANT AD. to advantage in your home or in your business. Write, call, or phone PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DENTIST LADIES We make transformations, from your combings. Switches 51.00 an oz. -Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta.. the near future. The delegates to the IT. F. A- con- vention, Edmonton, returned on Sat- ing, Jan. 2Sth, at 7 o'clock in the town hall. Mrs. J. F. Anderson of Haymond, will be the speaker. MACLEOD CIVIL SESSIONS For trial of all civil cases before the Appellate division sessions win be held i in Macleod on the third Monday in May and the first Monday in Decem- ber. HEADACHES Make Life Miserable (From Our Own Correspondent) CHIN, Jan. variable weath- er of late has .caused a great deal of Headaches are one of the most ag- gravating troubles one can have, ruj.1 It is hard to struggle along with a head that aches and pains all (lio time. Headaches seem to be babitual with many people; some are seldom, if ever, free from them, suffering con- tinually from the dull throbbings, the intense pains; sometimes in 071-5 part, Bometimey in another, and then again over the whole head. There is only one way to let re- lief from these persistent headaches, find that in by going direct to the seat of the trouble, for unless the cause is removed, the headaches will still continue to exist. The fact that Burdock Blood Bit- ters keep the stomach, liver and ben-- els toned up is proof enough to show that it will eliminate the cause of the headaches: Mrs. Harold Lanain, Owen Sound, Out., system was run down and my blood out of order. I suffered a great deal from severe pains in my head, which m'ads me feel very miserable. After having tried other remedies I purchased a bottle of Burdock Blood Bittors, and was very glad to notice a decided improvement iu my health, so I took another and am glad to say that it has done me an enormous amount of good. I have recommended it to my friends, who were in a similar condi- tion, and they all say it is a wonder- ful remedy." B. B. B. is put up only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Advt. discomfort in 'and around our little hamlet in the matter of cold epidem- ics and la grippe. It is with regret tliat we report the removal from