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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE fl, 1920 THE LETHBIUIHJE DAILY ItEKMJJ PAGE NINE Formed -Feature of Outing of Officers and Members of Sunday School. (From Our Own BOW ISLAND. June Mr. and llrs. I. D. James of Maplo Grove Parm liave as ilieir guests Sirs. Murray and business visitor .in town- the latter part of week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clark ana family of Wlotiifred were in town on Satur- day. Mrs. Pippard, lately of the Onion Dank stall here has taken a position as housekeeper near Maleb. Mr. Ed. KeaniB left list Friday to spend some; months In Dakota and other parts ot the States. Mr. S. G. Jamleson was a business visitor In Lethbrldge on Saturday. The many. o! Mr. W. Mat- thers now of Lsthbrldge, but formerly ot Dow Island will lie- grieved to learn that he Is In a very critical con ditiou after an operation In Loth bridge hospital on Thursday and will hope for better news BOOH. Mr.. J. Pollllt left on Sunday morn Ing for Calgary to attend the Supreme Grand Orange Lodge which will con veoe In that city. Miss Si! Calder was a guest at the Traffic Man of Manufacturers Expects Roads Will Ask Un- der 26 Per Cent. C.P.R.'s proportion of operation ex- penses to revenue ran somewhere in the neighborhood ot K con's to the dollar when American railway econo- mists Insist that 70 cents to the dollar is getting to the danger point. So, when the superior organization ot the C.P.R. compared to the average Am- ericau road at (lie present time Is con- idered. It Is clear that tho C.P.R. vill also be forced to look for an in- rease In Asked as to the probable Increase o be aeked for Mr. Brown was cau- lous. "The 'American roads applied for an ncreaBO from 25 to 30 per cent, according t.p Ihei? financial stato- chllilrei) and Mrs. Shellaiiay and little son all of Rossland; B.C. Mrs. May B. Parker, sister ct Mrs. K. A. Nevcr's spent a few days hero on a visit en route from her .homo in Vancouver, B.C. to New Brunswick. Mrs. Harry Grlgsby is 'on a visit with her'nareritsju I.ethbrMge. Mrs. Briggs and little daughter of Jlatton, 9 hours in town. Sirs. Ralph Slonp and Mai-Jorle left for their home at Itocky Ford on Thursday lilglil. Miss Rose Hurlburt uicomiraiiled lier sister as (ar as Medicine Hat. Mr. Hilton Parker and Mrs. J. Johnson motored to Medicine Hat one day last week. Mies Iva Neycrs of Winnipeg ai-riy- ed on Friday morning Bud will some weeks with her parents, Mr.--and Mrs. B. A. Nevers. Mr. J. B. Prowse of Taber-'was- a hcuie ot Mr. and ilrs. Kenneth Date- man over the week-end. Sir. and Mrs. Jas. Ilurd left on the midnight train Sunday for Solma, California, where they intend to Epend tho neit two months on their fruit farm. Donald Dlaiue accompanied them on tbe trip and will join hi: mother, Mrs. T. 11. Elaine at Los Angeles, California. Pleased to .report .Mrs. IJIdgedale is somewhat belter at time of writing. Mr. J. Hushes of Medicine Hat was a business visitor In towu yesterday. Mr. .McMillan, Lotbbrtdge, Imperial Oil man, was here on business yester- day. The Ladies' Aid ol tbe United Church met with their President, Sirs. theumatic Pains yieldqulci ly lo the hcali HE cr oJ CIn PUli. finis It one boxor.thtttwouderfuldlurelic pa! a will Joints wi ill! m- per nnd jjojiQUJ, .buoyant spirits rtturp to you. Tncy woikcirertly JOD IhceoDp ted Kidiicys, restoring connal ictf (Special (o The HeraM) VANCOUVER, B.C., June Au In- in freight rates of wblch some Idea might be gained by freight rate increases In the United States, Is pre dieted for Canada by S, B. Drowu of Toronto, assistant manager of the transportation department of tbe Can- adian Manufacturers' Association. Mr. Brown Is in Vancouver to atlend tho convention of the association. "Tbo {35.000.000 deficit of the Can adlan National Railways during the past fiscal year may be considered the biggest single agency liable lo bring about an said Mr Brown, "but another and not so gen erally known is that Ihe C.P.R., tb king among railroads as far as eflt clency Is concerned, boasted a ne surplus of only aboat in the past year's operation." "This is, in tho opinion of trans MISERY Ended by Lydia E-. Vegetable Compound. Re- markable Recovery of Mrs. Church. 1. B. still .fast Thursday afternoon at e fivo miles-from town. .There wjss-a splendid dttciidauce .and inuct liulglness 'was carried on.- It was de- cided that "Airtit' Suean's would ba Secured, and It has since been arranged --that Ilia date will be June 19th. 'After the. business meeting the hostess serv- ed1' a delicious luhcb.' The hostess for the next meetfng, 3une 17th, will be Mrs. 11. SchonerL The Ladles' Altar Society met with .Mrs. L. Culllns last Thursday after- noon. Tlio officers of the United Sunday school, the ot the senior classes aid some other Interested ones motored out to Uie home ot Mr. and Mrs. j; .last .Friday' even- ing. A gaiile'-'et baseball and a; tug ot -rar took the: first part, of, tbe time. ThSn; While the offlpers o'Mhe Sunday School were holding a' busi- ness .meeting indoors the others were playing games outside. Then follow- ed the treat of the evening A weiner roast. A bonfire was built and then each one present had the privilege of toasting welners if they could not manage to get one that someone relse toasted. Many were the weiners. that changed owners Tory quickly, sand- wiches with weineri making 'splen- did outdoor lunch. After this, choco- late cake and marshroallowB were served lo which all'did. justice. After lunch 'Home Sweet Hcnl'o" Was .sung and. then three'.' lor Mr. 'and Mrs. Still rang through' the air. present delighted" 'with 'onting. Tho Gpldpn Link .pebekah Lodge were visited, by. about twenty-nye mem- bers of ilieir sister. -from Wiiini fred. Aftir.. the lodge work was com- pleted a social hour was spent, dainty refreshments; .being served by the members of -the home-Jodge. The Dow Island 'school baseball team motored to' Burdett -last Satur- day afternoon and' played the Inter- ediate team of that town. Some ploiulid plays were rtiade by both sains but when time was called the core stood 12 to 11 in favor of Bow sland and Burdctt team one Innings head. United Church Ladies' -Aid. nre hold- ng a pantry sale on Saturday after- oon. June 12th in the Rest room. 'ea will also be served. Mrs. Ostrurn, who underwent an op ration in the Medicine Hat hospital eturned home last Thursday. Her portatiou men, tar too small. The ments. seems Justified, but I scarcely think that when the Canadian Toads ask for their increase they will ;ev vect that uiitoh, although it is deqlar- ed that 50 per, cen'. more revenue would hardly piace tho government roads on the side ot the ledger, even counting as a coloniz- ation road, and not as a commercial proposition." "As lo when tbe application wijl be made, 1 do not knowj. In the it is expected, soon." V Mr. Brciwn, Is ah eipert traffic (nan and before being engaged by the Canadian Manufacturers' Association to utilangle freight rates i-asfts connected with the traffic department of Canadian railways for several Make good staves and Cooking utensils. Smiths Tnlls, suffered with falling o! my organs, pains around my heart and in bowels and down my legs, neuralgia in my face and head, and that terrible sinking feeling. 1 felt that I not live and would fix my house in order every night so there would be no trouble if I dropped oiT in the night. Myhushand'Went to thedrugeist lo get the beat remedy he had and he gave him Lydia E.Pinkham's VegetableCom- jiound. I took sii bottles and felt a lot hotter. I will always recommend Iho Vegetable and you can use these faflU as'a testimonial." Mrs. ,1. 0. CHURCH, Smiths Falls, Ont. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It: may. be used with perfect confidence by.women who milter "from nervous prostration, displacements, inflammation, ulccra- tion, irregularities, periodic pains, back- ache, bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indigestion snd dizziness. Lydia. E. I'inlcham's Vegetable Compound is tha etflndard remedy for female ills. If there are ony complications about which you need advice write in con Lydia E..Hinkhtim Medicine 'Co., Lynn, Mass. fric-nds wish1 that she i ie strong. List Is Increased By Exhibition Offers Many Won- derful Attractions, CKo Way .to Sooliilng Wizard Oil Hamlin's OiJ is a sale and effective, ircalmcnl for hcadaclic neuralgia. in where tlic pain is, It ads as a tonic to the tortures n6rvcs and almost invariably pringi quick rclicfv lls qualitit? can, be relied upon to urtvent ill' ftclion, or otliei serious results, Irom sprains, bniiscs; cuts, burns, bitc.i slmga.- Jiist as good, too, (or feet, siift neck, frosl bites, cold tores and canker sores.1 Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever, constipated or liave ?icU Scailaclie? Just try Wizard Liver Whins, pleasant little pink pills; 30 uuls. Guaranteed. CAIX3AHY, June prize list for the Calgary exhibition nifty be obtained by writing to K. L. Richard- son, mnn.igor, Calgary. Ttie fair dales this year arc June 26lli to July 3rd and entries close On June 14th. Over has boon added to the list (or tho live stock department (or this year, making amount of- fered for all departments now Tlio new hundred thousand dollar cattle stablo and judging pavilron wil be used for the first time this year and will add greatly'to thn comfort arjd convenience of the exhibitors. Calgary is fortunate this year in bolng able to secure Locklertr, possL bly the, most daring acrobatic per- forraer'in tho world. Ho does acrobatic atunls all over an aeroplane and fin- ishes his act by changing from one machine (o another in full night mid-air. This is positively Iho great- est attraction that can he obtained for any exhibition, Autn polo will aim provide many thrills for fair visitors, .while the musical program will be supplied by Canada's crack mililary band, the 48lli Highlanders, of Toronto. Special passenger rates will be in force for Iho Calgary exhibition from all points in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia east of Clolden on Iho main line and kelson on the Crow's Nest. Burglars blew open the saff! of MM; [instolfice at, Niagara r'nlls, N'.V.. ftml oarrlcd away thousand Inn in stamps. Uquid or Plaster WHAT JOCK THOUGHT NBW YORK, June A golfer Just vcr from Scotland arrived at the [chmond County Country Club, Stat- n IslanJ, the other day. There is a uperb view ot tho sea from the links. V club member vas; pointing cut the I scenic beauties to the Sept.. "Over there." he "is Sandy I Hock." i "Why all I See- is a Ions low said too visitor. "Well, that's saij the member. exclaimed the Scot "Great heavens, 1 thochl it' was a uion." When their demands of }1J foi an eight-hour day were refused 600 plumbers at Cleveland went on strike. OF CAn RECOMMENDS ITS MONEY ORDERS as a safe and economical method of remitting amounts up to Payable without charge at any branch of the bank In Canada (Yukon exctpted) and Newfoundland. and undtr 3c Over not exceeding 10c Over not exceeding 6c Over J30, not 15o Total Assets LETHBRIDOE BRANCH.............. E. E. HacKAY, Manager BRANCHES ALSO CAROSTON AND They end corns now in this scientific way Like a A POLICY IN THE farmers fire and Heil Ins. Ga. Either on your buildings or on your crop; protects you against all loss and gives you security that is-worth' many times its cost, even though you should be so uriate never to have a loss. Place your application with local iigent in yuur to-ivn or with us. Suite 5, Oliver Block, or write us, Box 896, Lith'jridge. PHONES 455 AND 644 The Farmers Fire Hail Ins. Go. A. N. KESSLER, DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE People who of them end all corns in this way, 'They apply Blue-jay, either in liquid or in plaster form. It means but a touch and takes but a The com pain stops. Then trie Blue- jay the corn so it loosens'anct'cpraes out.-' The modem way Blue-jay was invented by 'a chemist who studied com6. It is made by a laboratory wide repute. Old-time treatments were harsh and inefficient. Blue-jay is gentle, quick and sure. Now all coins ate needless. All these pains can be avoided. To let corns re-' main whileyoupareand pad themis folly. You can stop a corn ache the moment it appears. You can' end a com .com- pletely before it can develop. Blue-jay has proved these facU to lions. It will prove them to you let it. Quit the old methods of dealing with corns and see what this new way means, Your druggist sells Blue-jay. Plaster or Liquid The Scientific Corn Ender THE ENTIRE STOCK OF NEW AND. SECONDHAND GOODS BAUER BLACK, IJmitrf Chicago Toronto ao{ Sttiile Surgical DruilDn eai Allied Pnxhicli What You Will Be Tomorrow Depends Upon What You Do For Your Health You Must Keep Your Blood Filled With Iron To Stand the Strain Modern Day Life Says How Nuxated Iron Helps Build Red Blood Strengthand Endurance Have you atopped to look yourself squarely in the face? Arc you getting or nwn march just drifting a little weaker, a little more little more Jf ____ run-down every day? Nothing arc keenly alive, their slips away so easily as HEALTH, arc fortified with Unless YOU hold last to HEALTH "taEand by your own keeping the twit the world has your blood pure, red and rich in Jf day may come when all u> fcep itot Mood filled rnih BirerKth- you can do is WISH yon had acted building Iron and as a rcauli they find Phvsiriani Kolow thcmsrtvcs on verge ol a physical and i nybicians peiow mfvovt at a lime when how tO help ncll, red should be enjoying Ifitfr best yraw. tn -OF: FURNITURE, STOVES, BED SPRINGS, 'SEWING MACHINES, GRAMAPKONES, RECORbS .AND 'CROCKERY TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, CLOTHING, JEWELRY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, CAMERAS, BOOKS, ORE-AM SEPARATORS, TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTION. .-.I; V Your chance to buy goods at pre-war 'prices asp-trjer stock must be sold within one week. MQSCQVfCH'S NEW HAND STORE ;f; 715 THIRD AVENUD SOUTH Talk It Over With Yourself AT THE LETHBRIDGE STOCK REPOSITORY 308 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH WILL BE HELD ON I ii and. increase afrenetli, power and opinicn, cannot cntttirancc, through the lie.ilth- giving, strength-building power of f.-vo tlwy organic Kiibc c.rp is now being used by over three JJJ wutn known to medical million people annually. science." "Succtsa is in Ihe caya Dr. John Dr. James Francis Sullivan, formerly J. Van Kofiic. formerly Medical Inspector pbytktan ot Belteviie Hospital (Outdwr i and Clinical on llic Board of Ncv York, and ttie cif the City o( New York, County llwpllal, In upon the i arc Jntrt whom late GUI BCVEI ttep down, fornroinji says: "Every keen, Tlicy IriumtJb over difficulties and Ill-fortune active man and woman of today they have within Ihem Ihr never- a mund, strong boay is the failin? tourct of co'jrajc, confidchcc anil Irasii of nil real achievement and llscy leave red Wood, rich In stamina- no sionc utittimr-fl to saf'-guan) their iron. SVherc hesitate and Iwaliri. Lack of iron in the blood not only rnaiccs man a t.hyjlcal and menial HHR, but it, utterly robs him of that virile force, that atamina ami fEreagth of will which nrc to and power in every of life. I strongly ad- vise every mAn fs fagged out by work and other strains to build hts itrtnglrt, and endurance by taVIng some foim of organic Nuxated Iron for I ConjMcr it one ot the bt-xxl and body builders: the beat lo vrhich I have ever had recourse. MAtfrrjiCTinim' NOTT-: Kutaftd Iron, KhlrTi a i frcoro mended not K-crei cemcdr hut l-olile, M ihil H.c piihlls tony nil t-c Irf -L iniojwrx'p'.inff Thu numufic turCA eucrtijful iml cntiirly twy rtTjrm locvrry or Ihcj- wHi yo'jrrnnrcy, by All good EnULkt fcJitaorJi'. FOR RED BLOOD, STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE June' 12th; j, o, HIGINBOTHA'M AND co., LTD. 'Jl ONE O'CLOCK P.M. The follovvins livestock will be sold tn the hishesl bidder: 1 hay gelding, 10 years old, weight 1500 Ihs.; 1 bay .mare, 10 years old. with foal, 1450 ibs., 1 roan mare, S years old, with foal at side, weight 1GOO 1 hay mare, 12 years old. foal at side, weight 1250 Ills.; 1 hay gelding, S years old. weight 1200 Ibs.; 1 blaek mare. 7 years old, weight llyO Ibs.; V brown tnare. 4 old, weight 1150 Ibs.; 1 brown mare, 2 years old; 1 .brown yearling filly; 1 team well matched black geldings, ii and G svaiglil 2800 Ibs.; 1 dark team, -I years old, sound and good to work; 1 bay team, 5 mid G years old. weight 2800 Ibs., sound anil good to work; 1 grey gelding. I ycaca old, '1200 Ills., sound and good to 1 saddle marc. f.> yenrs old. 1200 Ihs.. 1 2 year old coll; 1 gray mare (good brood 1 black inare, sell broke; 1 brown mare. 7 years old; 1 3-year-old and 1 2-jrcar- old, unbroken; 2 yearlings. Also 2S Head of good general purpose work horses From 5 to S old, In good condition and well broke. Also 2O Head of. good-milk' cows Komc with calves at side One Moline Wagon; Good as New; One Good Set Harness. STOCK BUYERS MAKE A POINT TO ATTEND THIS IMPORT- ANT SALE. I" RANK A.'MARSH, Auctionesr. Clerk, ;