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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Vv'KDNESOAY 2, IIK1I UiTHBKilJUlS UA1LY PAGE IJ14 MILADI Daily Fashion v v v v ''f THS CALL OF SPUING turnol to the city from Xlbcrlmi. I'oiito with nil- ere tho day grows lafc. i 11. llcjland and Mr, Carl John j f I son. both oi' Knchtinl. were visitors in i th'i city this week to their .Come .with ins where the soft winds.mrs. Kk'imdlwrt at .the I Home, who lus been very lov.; put wtero'iho grow now Improving. AnMihs yellow'daffodils. '.'I i Come where the fairies play at dusk Tilley is expected to leturn j o'day. j she city tomorrow after a visit iu (lie Whrn thn golden sun Is slipping un'a.vjcllsi. beyond the hills. Mrs. Leonard Bouck who has been in the Gait for two months Come when the thrush is calling his blood poisoning, was mate recovered to return homo on Sunday. In the morning j Ol.. comn with me io the meadows i juhn A. Mackay of Calgary is wiJe and free, spending a few days in tiio city, tba Ami thy heart shall sing ihe bird's j guest of Mrs. M. J. Gibson. sweet melody j Among the flowers. Mrs. J. 0. Iluinman has returned to i i her home in Cowley after her rocen 11 v operation at .the Convalescent Home, j 413 12th Street. I NOT RECEIVING Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McKenzie have re-J 4 turned from California alter a. two I months' visit there. Mrs. W. S. Ball will not receive to-1 -i- c- SOCIAL EVENTS People's Forum FEED TOO HIGH FOR CHEAP MILK stormy or otherwise, cold Yvnallur or w.u-lu, Hood roa'Jn or bad. t And llio hired help yon speak of. thal'rt only iu the paper's yet. watt ami see, A dairy man lux to; wav the i-luhl price for right man. i 'lie. he's only borrowing troubl Ldthbrldfto, Alberta, i A milk cow to slay as such, needs February much Immuring and curefnl ImndlinK: l-.'ditor Herald: an- very nrivous, so cheap lalior: your permission 1 wmild doesn't iipi.'y hare. And (In- invest-; ilike Io give the public somo informs-! "lent Involved, think of that. 'I he i lion on the milk uneslion. 1 am not; cows themselves. Ihe sta'nles. eiinip- r surprised ut tho icnorariee shown in'mcnl, land, work on land. Von can-! the letter of Mr. Virtue and J.S.K. as i not keep co-vs fur milk on any man's j we always have bad a class of peonle i land, yon mostly have to have caii give information, however land also have to got something eft ii i i if may bu. about their iin tlK- of feed which means more j i neighbor's busim-us, but like to passii investment for implements, seed, lab-j ithe "buck" when i It breaiu up the cold as well as the the inflamed of throat and bronchial tubes as it loosens the phlegm and alUys irritation. You may be sure of quick relief and lasting benefit when you take this dependable remedy. Very agreeable in taAe. Excellent for children. :i fnpuni by Dnf aid Chewed of Limited. test fil, out a ,ot romKl a ot wh ui in lit lift to know that the beat tiling you can use -for a severe is a rertK'.uyt ctiiiilv prc- at liomu in-iu-il, a, momenU. Jf'a choap. but fur prompt reyilty it beats anything you over tried. Usu- ally F-L.OIH iiie ordinary cough or i-olil in Tiiito.H plcasani, too children lil'.o it and ii is. pure and Lrond. Pour 2l-: ot J'ine.x in a bottle; 'then lill it up with plain jjrawi- 1 alcd sugar syrup. Or chuiticit mo- lior.ry. or corn feVrup, instead of synip, if flcf'red. Thus you 1G a family supplv but fost- jio more than u faiuall bottle of ccupli eynip. .And as a couvlt inoditniift. tliero is roaliy jintlnn-r bctirr io bo had at anv It sons io ilic spot and t'ivcs quick, lasting relief. Ji prompth- h the inflamed monibraneg that lino Ihu throat and nir passages, stops the noTins throat iitkle, looi-ens tho cL'ui. fliid sonn ymir rnxicrji stop? en- plcnrlid i'or bronchitis, croup, and Itronchial astnma. a highly concentrated com- Xnrway pine extract, famous for -its hcalincr pffcnt on membra To avoid (lisjippointment your dnnr.Tist. for otinecs of Pines" vith riirpfjtin'i.- ;'n'l don't aecorii; n.ny tiling nlsf Giliir.'Ulf.i'M to fact'ifni'nr money refunded. The Vincx Co', Toronto, Out. Mrs. M. McMeekin, Xorlh Leth- bridge, held a very cliofce showing of millinery at her parlors Monday afternoon, when she had on display a Jarse and attractive assortment of j the best styles hi ladies', misses' and children's hats. Miss A. Scott also has -a splendid, collection of spring j millinery now on display, featuring the late creations and ideas ol the j season. A CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES J The Music Department of the Ma Club will meet at the home Mrs. G. C. Cope tomorrow evening j 8 o'clock. The Evening Star an- nounces that Mrs. Terence MacSwm- ey, widow oE Lord Maj'or WacSwiuey of Cork, is engaged to Art O'Brien, vice-president of the Irish Self-Deter- minatiou League and president of the London branch of that organization. air. OSBrieu has authorized denial of the report. Lord Mayor MacSwiney died in Brixton prison, London. October 35, after a hunger strike of 73 days. Dur- ing MacSwtuey'a incarceration il'rf O'Brien furnished the newspapers with almost hourly bulletins II a c- Kwiney's condition and worked strenu- ously Eor the lord mayor's Tii this work, says the Evening Star, he necessarily was thrown much tho Koeiety oC Mrs. MacSwiuey. 1 vonr education. Yes both you and Mi morning to get up at five o clock, mis A. 0. Virtue and would open up to about twenty cows and haul your milk ot a or about eight or ten miles through mud tirely. nd 4The most reliatle infant rood when natur subbly fails. Since 1657, EAGLE BRAND' Condensed Milk I Rev. F. B. Lnacroft of Taber will be the special preacher at the service. Ilite evening1 at St. Augustin's church. There will be a celebration of Holy Communion in St. chape! at 10 a.m. Thursday. The Sans Souci club are holding a dance in Harper's hall on Friday ntelu, March 4th. The Blue Bird orchestra be in attendance. The ladies of the chlliv-h were assisted in serving tho meals at.! the short course by the ladies of the I I United church. j The executive of the Lneiil Council meet at the home of .Miss Haw- i. 12.V> 4th Avenue south on Friday 8 o'clock. An exceptional feature of the jire.s- ilniiniis of "IviMiipt" at tho Colonial heati'u next week will be the vendit- inn of tlie supBrb orchestval score by it large augmented Hrmphony orchcs- un-Jer the dlraqtipn Q? Worefifovd. LutgihiV "Kgyptlcn Bal- ff.i'ini! fnr thn itration. j -.-f Thn Ladies" Atixiliary to Army and Navy hold thoir iuentlMK :n die "AJooso Hall oil Thursday, at Thn Knt.'.t cliurt-l) I.iuiies' Aid will me.'t on Tliursilfty ai. o'cUicli in basement uf thf clinri.-h. Ttn- monthly moctluir nf the' Anxtilarv to tM'Y. M. hf.M ill ilic liunift of Mrs. M.1 CMi-n-i ''ith Avpni'.p South on l-'rifhiy {iftoi'nr.on :tl U u'dock. I'Tvcry Coughs and colds sneezes and sniffles quickly yield to AUM BENGUE The relief is mort gratifying tad so refreshing. OF SUBSTITUTES! about one foot deep. Rather different than parading around the lake with white pants and a golf club. Now. Mr. Kditor, we all have to take j some criticism, but when the farmer is criticized by a class of people who do not intend to help out the cost of living by producing "something use- ful, Tirho imagine it is beneath their j digriity to get down to hard work and dirty their hands by a little old mother earth, then we have only one I reply, your feet off the desk, throw away that cigar and get Knit and produce something. That is the only solution tu the H.C'.L. prob- lem. .Thanking ynu, .Mr. Kditor, for your valuable space, I am. yours truly. A. .1. ZETTISL. Thanking you for your kindness Mr. Editor, if -you will publish this lengthy letter. Many people will understand more fully why milk is still at a stand- still price. Your? very trnlv. ARCHIE CLARK. BRITISH EXHIBIT "FOR SWITZERLAND LUCERMu. bition of i he products and manufac- tures of the British dominions will bu held here from Julv 15 to September 10, 1921. RELIEVES PAIN AFTER SHAVING Heal the Skin and Prcven t Infec- The moft hailing, moot toong tiiost effective skin lotion you can tiee aiter eliaviug is on? you can inalrc Tip at home by adding one ounce of "ABSORlilXK JR." to a quart of water or T.'itcli hazel. To rub this lotion over the' face aher is a luxury indeed. It takes awiy all prevents chapping and -heals -the and prevents :nfect.ioiu A solution of "ABSORBING JIT." in water makes nn e.'Xftllenf: mouth vaih; it tlioroiichly cleans the mouth, destroys genus,! tkcay; Hnc i'or tlie tentli a bottle tit most or sent postpaid bv W. F. Youxo, PROOUCER'S VIEW j ON THE MILK PRICES1 TV O. BOX 204. i Lethbridge. Alberta, February 26th. 1921.! Editor Herald; j aiiMvt-71 ly (he letter nf j A. G. Virtue regarding profiteering In i milk by the producer, meaning of! Jcourae the farmer. it's a little t jout of place for 'Mr. 'Virtue to open up the fiibject of the profits oh' milk up to the time it is delivered to the Stations, after which If. j out tho farmers' haocN en- itlreiy. UH thorc ure none; and iff- a I hard for a hit in another dirnc'lion {at 'inbii wlm urn iirst in Hue fur {any drop or regulation in prices, nyme- (Iy the farmer. all other 'jraing follow, then cattle, pork, hay. j potatoes, aft down or no market, 'all d6wn except, milk, 'why? Milk was ne-vtr up to when; it could fall far You see. prices regulate themselves if you can think ououph tp see it that way. They don't any hurrying wHU letters or tronblo peckers like yours. Someone apnlioH tho law of supply ami demand, iiie rifle or fall according and the- farmer has no control whether ho gain or lose, but the Hiipply of inilk IH short and would he fifty per cent, shorter but for the lure of the milk cheque, which moanH regular money coining in. and in lota of casus an in mine it (lews not represent Wl cents an hour for- time involved -with Mio entire milk cluuiiif Mupliftd to pay for J-imc {Mono, ro oni said about the price of tcnl though it. choai) 'now. and tins cheap cheap rattle, jiut i-hoap milk cows. And tho coat aluo- nf the sri oiitlil tfco road to deliver milk tt town Renews Strength! Where there is need for a build- ing-up tonic after prostrating- illness, SCOTT'S EMULSION j taken regularly, usually I spells renewed strength I I and vigor. J Trwtmwit for intf CoHi he for Vniio-C'i'mtoirnc i> lit tlie A The indication of it c'j'donorff tJinint, to tmc, you jtini liitht the littlo !smj> lint tiio Crztuicr.n iind place it tiic beii. mxitbitii; ont'r-tiiiitf vtoor mp.lic lircnthiug1 easy, rclicvci thc Basos th loruuess cniijrEstSou, ntid protect 3 in- Co UK fa. Cottchi. Hwal Ctttrrh nnd foe thn iinat, ycnri.i Tlic benefit in imiiuci- tintiahte. Send for (PHONOGRAPH'S SECRETS ARE I REVEALEJHu" HEINTZMAN'S tBRUNSWICK WEEK IS DRAWING j BIG AND INTERESTED CROWDS 'I This is Hnmswu-k Week at "Yo I two of these were In lu-oak the motor jdlile Kimii'" liKintJiuuii Co.. Ltd., would Uenii on mnni'-ig. St. H. i''or anyone who de- j These features and a alros to become move closely acquaint-' others are being most with the construction of modern demonstrated thn special exhibit bo- Iin; shown all this reek is fuilv IiiterBstiii; nt "Ve Olde Mrme." A visit to this exhibit is well worth while for anyone-especially for those wh" The instrument Iwing demonstrated i already own a phonograph, but are not Phonographs j any too familiar with its method of [in One" The. remarkable way in i iwbich this phonograph has captured As a climax to this interesting ex- I nubile favor, Is due to certain oxclus- i ive constructional features .which all combine to produco a pronounced tonal superiority und unique roraatll- I ity. One of these features is tlie wood ovul entirely from choice without iinetul in ii.ny othur form. Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor hlbit, llelnlmiuu Co.. Ltd., are fering unusually easy terms on the purchase of any model of the Bruns- wick Phonograph. This takes the form of a "Deferred First Payment I'lun." The regular terms, for instance, on the model Xo. 110, at would or-be cash and a aioutli. j Hut for this week only they are on'er- Another Is the, ultona. a uclnMtifl- ing to place the phonograph in your cally designed tone arn'i and repro-Oiome iiiimedifctely for a down pay- duccr which plays each make of reft-' insnt of of the regular ord witb the precise needle, correcl i r'nsli Si.50 tier week, diaphragm and oxact, wnight. The i and thirty days later, the Sid.00 bal- owner of a !ck can piny ;niy anco of the cash paynrMlt. nialii! of including So, during Urunswick Week only. taking anything off i you can hnvo n beautiful, all-record or putting anything j lirunswick placed in your liomu inime. Still another e.vclunive feature ofidiately for only 110.00-flown. HrmiBwick is til" foiir-spring silent'such easy terms are for such motor. It Is absolutely noiseless. II. a .well-known instrument, no in plays 27 minules on one winding. Till Incalily need be without a Ttruui- ;