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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta 2, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IFERALD PAGE THREE ff YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU CAN SELL THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERALD WANT AD.-THEY BRING! RESULTS Breaking of Sod in Farmers. Haunting the Im- plement Yards 1NSPECTOH VISITS THE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL, 1UKNWELL (Kjioiii Our Corrosyoniltmt) UAU.N'WKM-, Mar. K-iUini.iy toi thfc iitirposu of looking into iiuinu mat tors per-tuimiiK to tho consolidate-, iichocl. Tho ratepayers wore greatl} disappointed uvor the fuot Mr Morgan diil not call ;i mooting of tho ratepayers In order that they mighl huvo :ui upuur utility of clearing np tiouio rjitlier Rorioiia conditiona thai ;i nj existing iu the district at tho pros cut time. The Women's Institute have arrang to huvc a married folks' ditncu and rocial at tho Banr.vclL hull next Fri- day nipIH. lialph LeBarou hcia opened up :m uto repair shop on tho (li'rom Our Own Ccrrospojulent) TAIJEK, March iinpnrtunco 01! the weed special, with its corps ci. prominent lecturers, to Southern At lierta, has made local t-oem tocondury importance, anil riKin. m'j.ia iu mu v, UL VIM intuniin on heels, comes the mobiles operaUus on Fords. from Kfjveral points, that work Mr. Charles Henderson arrived beginning. Tubur is no be- week 1'roiry Maine and expevts liiurt in this regard, for before cent snowstorm, now undent hUUiry, parent j oC and is prepared to do a ruHhins hus- iness iu the way ul! overhauling autu- 1'rony Maine and expevts to some weeks visiting with Bros, were sharpening plowpoints since his arrival. Saturday, and breaking of sod IMMS Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Johnson "been in process for days, on the Ml- returned from the States where they Jhigson farm between here and Rot- have been, spending tho winter law. men were hired to months. start on spring work, ami we under Mr- Charles Asplund has been con- titand the Noble farm begins, discing fined to his bed thorugh illness for ttomorrow. Wagons are a common tu- two his improvo- and work on fiio land taking merit does not seem to be very rapid place on several in the district. His many friends will bo very sku A number have considerable land when He is able to be amonp then; ready to be put in crop, when th time is judged ripe for it. A second car load'of machinery wan unloaded today for W. E. Walker, in- binding drills and plows, as well a.s j and harrows. The farm- era arc already hauniinsj tho implo- j iinent yards, and are espedally inter- ested in ditching machinery. Following the Higdon tho STIRLING STREETS RECEIVE ATTENTION FROM U. F. A. MEMBERS (From Our Own Correspondent) STIRLING, Feb. M-edtllng took place last week, of February 22nd, the Raymond Home Kobt. Marsh, to Miss Julia Gnrrick, Dramatic Co. camo over and present- daughter of a well-known mnrhci'. od a play entitled "Under to -with a residence in Tuber. a large and appreciative audience Marsh is one of the younger set am-; They all seemed to be at homo on onff the miners, and inckicntally a, the stage and went through the play prominent member of the Taber foot- in a very creditable manner Tiall club. Such an event could not j Wednesday, the 23rd U F unnoticed-, and a celebration of the held their meeting and discussed qaes- usual kind followed the ceroimmr, as tions of importance to farmers, and be expected. I read reports oil tlio progress of that Annual Supper and Entertain rnent Enjoyed By All T. antffamily have return- ed from their visit to friends at Lon- don, Ont., ami just in time to escape the cold snap. The Rex theatre has made some at- tractive changes in its advertising slides, and introduced others, among which might be mentioned a color organization. Mr. and Mrs." A. E. Fawns .went to Lethbridge iness and also to visit their and her husband, Mr. and Mr (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGHATH. Feb. February 2-tt'i. was a great day m Magrath for the; "Old Kullis." Tho regular semi-annual "Old Folks" .htb- ilee was held. The committee in charge were well organized for the1 affair and at 10.30 a.m. autos wero busy taking tin; to the meeting bonne. At 12.30 dinner was served. A great deal of fun was created when the gentlemen drew their partners for dinner. The ladies' named wcro placed in u hat and tho gentlemen wen: well ith partners there being more luiiies than men. j Tho dinner was the same as tho best the town folks could supply. The long tables were artistically dec- orated and the ladies in were anxious and willing to attend the guests. After dinner served, a splendid progra'm consisting of music and speeches was rendered. Thu con- gregation sang acd prayer was offer- ed by J. D. Ririe. A dance in costume by Mrs. Arthur Spencer was much en- 'oyed and she was called back by the pplause. The violin and aaxaphono net by Rex Aldridge and A. J. Mercer, iccompaiiied on the piano by Mr. Hol- uud was exceptionally good. Mr. Me- of Calgary, kindly gave com- j ic readings, "When MaUndy 'Turkey in the and "Get Up Elms." Mrs. Babcock sang, "The Old' Songs I Long to Hear" and "When the Shadows Bid the Twilight Fade Away." j The address of. -welcome si veil i jy G. Gurney and Mrs. Hindley was nailed to give a. comic reading. Mrs. Jtollanl sang, "Ilobin Adair" and 'Just a Song at Twilight." A school chorus of boys and girls sang and "We'll be Happy." Mr. F. C. Potts of Calgary being present was called .ml a few remarks. Mr, llosser sang Ise of and "Juanita." A' ladies' chorus iu lostunis sang "Hard f The oldest people present were call-i ed forward and each presented with a' rose. Th CONSIDER THE "WANT" AD. i 1'fZ.t'rf.. nirvana. 1 h f fc ft It is a willing worker for a small wage. j[ It kicketh not at long hours, but worketh willingly and well both by day and by night. fl It achieveth great results with the smallest outlay of wealth on record. If It is mightier than the fighting man, for it striketh thine eye with force and thou" hast no come-back. If It can only be conquered by propitiating its master with a reply to its message. "fi In some respects it resembleth the postage stamp in that it sticketh to its job until it get- teth home. But it Is intinitely superior to the postage stamp and the letter that it covereth in that it conveyeth thy message at about one-thous- andth part of the cost. 1f Therefore, be wise and let not opportunity slip by thee. In plain English, USE HERALD WANT ADS. THEY GET RESULTS. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OSTKPATHIC Wo nmlso switches, transformations etc.. from'your combings. Switches 51.00 on oz. Sahvay Hair factory Canlston, Alta. SPIRELLA COHSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Avs. S., Cor. Mth St. 29-2C FHUE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Lethbridse Viavi Co. Miu. K. 1C. Hunck. I'hoao 18S3. Stll St. a. 42-2U _DANCE_MUSIC _ flfbT CHEERIO" VETERANS OR" chestra can supply tho music for 'any stylo of dance. Phone 1344. MATERXITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Sclby 529 12th St. N. ititj iiere. A large number ol" ladies were hiu- grown by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Palmer prosont and all report the meeting Leland tho by most interesting. Mrs. Elva Harker baturda-v j The mier-Provincial Weed Train A large number of Stirling- people Gibbs, Moroni Coleman, Walter Ac'k-: ln ?n Saturday morn- nni T ,1--------i __ Jng. A large crowd or iarmera and _L nuiiuJBi ui onruiij; peopte ?rr f 11f.Ilonfda' auf. ono .for j wcnt to Lethbridge Friday to do some i royd Geo Naylor w' the Herald, adding froo like-! ahopping, among whom were: Mr. und i Mr. w. town hail. Mrs. A. ,f. Mercer gave a retold story, "Tho Parts Men and Olra Coleman gave a solo to tho U. F. W. A. The U. F. A. spent their time discussing the advisability of having a community flour mill here regarding seed grain and other ..viuuufe v, iium BJ e. an. UIIU news of the -local Herald scribe-, for airs, Oscar Barton and soi> Perp" T7hlch we are duly grateful. 1 Mr.' and Mrs. Harold', Bishop Harker. Fleming and iiJB- uruwu icirniura anti i icjsat unm tiutu fiiiini UTHI OL. 'business men were'waiting at the sta-1 matters cf interest to the farmers. D----------. ,Tj.t. miu i_ui iMCiiemi, nm OKI, H'irk-pr nn Tion-il Light showops took place this even-! Laura ami Lanay; Mr. and Mrs. K8I honored membera than! ed Inff. without thn ra nm.iker. hut it is; r.'mir.. inankea Jng. without the rainmaker, hut it is just as well to make things look wel- come. Barnwell basketball team play here evening. Bishop Harker on behalf of these DIAMOND CITY JOTTINGS (From Our Own Correspondent) DIAMOND CITY, Feb. Mr. and jMrs. A. H. Reid very de- lightfully at their homo in Commmfe last Wednesday evening. Whist Was played at six tables and at midnight a delightful lunch was served. The host- ess was assisted by Miss Christie and Mrs. Rogers. The card prizes were won 'by Miss Christie and Mrs. iUobertson Mr. Brown and Mr. Christie Mrs. J. G. Wiegand is .visiting in Lethbridge with hsr narents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Crofts. After a week's illness with typhoid fover Dmytro DzoHnI, of Commerce, was taken to the Coalhursi hospital Wednesday afternoon, February 22rd, hut being beyond aid. succumbed the following morning. He was 38 years old and leaves a wifo and six child- ren. The eight-year-old son of W. II. Mc- while hammering two hammers together, got a piece of steel in his He was taken to a specialist in Lothbridgo. Resolutions protesting against the increase in freight rates and strongly opposing the re-enactment of daj'- ligllt saving were passed at a conven- tion of the Fruit Growers of the Nia- gara peninsula at St. .Catharines. Only "Bayer" is Genuine Hogensen, Mrs. Emily Zaugg, Mrs. McKee. Mr. Wm. Hartley anil three sons, Russell, Joe and Albert.- Mr. Lynden Nilsson and Beatrice Silk, Mr. Willis and Miss Jennie Fawns returned Friday afternoon from Lctlihridge. where" tBey hail been visiting tor three clays. The dance Friday night given by the Bee Hive Girls, was well attended and everybody had a very stood time. Saturday night the U. P. A. officers met in the hall aud discusc-ed tho of gravelling the main street. It was decided to start Monday and every able bodied man and boy mittee for this token of love, also Geo. Naylor spoke a few .words. Mr. Rollinsson sang Love to. Tell the and also played a selection on the accordion. Mr. McKinney moved a vote of thanks to the committee for this splen- did day's entertainment and said he was glad to be present and glad he just happened in town on this day. Great applause was given for the suc- cess of the day. A dance in the even- ing finished a great day for Magrath old people. Tha regular meeting of tho Wo- men's Institute was held on Friday tion when it arrived. The lecture cars were full and somo very valuable in- formation given thajfarmei-3. The boys were unable to.get'fti toe cars so ono of the officials, talked to the boys on the platform, regarding cut worms. enjoyed the time. The U. F. A. and U. F. W. A. held "THE BANKRUPTCY ACT" In the matter of the Estate of LEM SAM and LOW OX (EXCELSIOR Nauton, Alberta, insolv- ents: Tenders are solicited for the res- taurant equipment, room furnishings One of the most successful affairs of the season was the hall given en Friday evening by tho Excelsior Club of the High School. The hall was tastefully decorated with the colors blue and yellow. Banners, streamers and ribbons' in nrofnsioii. About half time the confetti began-to fly and a jolly time was diad by the largo crowd present. GLASSES Have you .ever realized that the Ion1 ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious it will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightedness Is a terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied with the right kind glasses. J. SI. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry. Store. F. H. W1LB3NS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Oppoalto tha Empress Phone Residence Phono 1937 requested to turn out and Kelp. They j afternoon. Z. W. Jacobs, of Cavdston, intended to do this work last fall but j was present and gavo a very fine' failed to get at it, so now the weath- talk to the ladies on "Alberta Laws confectionery, cigars, etc., of tho Ex- er being favorable they wish to get and Legal Matters Pertaining to Wo- celsior Nanwn. An inventory it done. Our streets from town down men." He gave come very good In- i tl13 anove mav be seen at the office to tho station are in excellent condi' I formation regarding wills, explained iot the ImPerial Canadian Trust Com- tion, also most of the streets in town are good while others are in need of repair. We are pleased to aay Mr. Justave Ostlund's baby, who has been very ill, is on the improve, and Slope the little follow will soon be well. Mrs. Luifi Branriley, who has been in tho hospital for three or four weeks is coming home Tuesday. The health of the people here at thoroughly the result of'people dV Ipany' or at the Offl Ing leaving wills and those not mak- ing wills. Ho spok-e on the Widows' Allowance Act, Marriage Act, Equal Suffrage, The Dower Act, explained the Joint Tendency and Tendency In Common, regarding the owning of property. He said the ladies in this province have it .within their power to make, and laws of the Province. Many questions were asked jut; UL Liiu pcupie ncro ac iiuviucf. mcinj yuusLiouij were present is very good. Three families! by the ladies and answered by were under quarantine for Scarlet Fever, but are all out again. GOSHKE, MARTIN AND PRIMROSE ELECTED TO EUREKA MUNICIPALITY (From Our Own Correspondent) TAKEH, March re- turns of the Eureka municipal elec- tion, show no important change iu tin) lineup of the elected candidates. Messrs. Ooshke, Martin and Primrose being elected in the order named. The filial return was, Goshke 11M, Marti'i Primrose SO. Johnston 74, Webb UETLAW MASONS WILL HOLD UIG FUNCTION Warning! Unless yon see tho name "BayeK" on package or on tablets you ere not getting Aspirin rJl' all. Tako Aspirin only as told in the Uayer pack- ago for Colds) Headache, Neuralgia, Jlhemnatism, Karache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Then you will be following tho directions and dosage worked out by physicians during twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger pack- ages. Made in Canada. Aspirin la' the trade mark (registered in Can- of Bayer Manufacture of Monn- of Tertlfjemcnt. (By a Staff At'cportcr.) RETLAW, March night in the Uetlaw hotel the local Masonic louge will hold a supper-dance. Tho guest list will include people from LuUibridge. Medicine Hat, Tabor, Lo- mond, Travers and other points. Uancinc and cards will form the eve- nine's prncram wiili minimi- night. Tim committee in 'charge of tho affair iucludr.-a iMessra. Cook, Long, Baker and Miller. RETLAW FARMERS TALK FARM WAGES (By a Staff Reporter.) JIETLAW, March niado here'.TR to tim v.iil be paid for farm help elicited the in- formation iliat it would run from J.ji) Io for experienced hands. Oliu farmer who hires eiivornl men Haiti, "1 expect to pay around but that means for men who luio-.v Jacobs. Tljis is among tho best and INDIGESTION GOES, GONE! Avenue West, Calgary, 3 of O. A. ilcGill, Bar- rister, Nantou, Alberta. Tenders must be forwarded to the undersigned not later than the 12th day of March, inst. Dated at Calgary the 1st day of March A.D. 1821. THE IMPERIAL CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, Assjgnee. Ad B E. E. Campbell, Manager. AUCTIONEER Farm sales conducted in any part of the province. PETER La VALLEY D. J. McSwain. Clerk. c-o Dowsley Land Agency. Lethbridge. Phono 1S09. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. PARRIS Suite i, Acadla Block, Phone HUG. MAR, CONTOACT "Pape's Diapepsin" at once fixes Your Sour, Gassy, Add Stomach 4 Stomach acidity causes indigestion! Food souring. Ka% Yv'ondor SEALED TENDERS, addressed to 4 the Postmaster Coneral, will be ro i ceivecl at until noon, on Fri- day, the Sth April, 1821, for the cull- i veyance of His Mails, on I a proposed Contract for four years, once per week 1111 [lie riiute between unit Dandivilic, frn.-n the Postmaster General's pleasure. Printed notices containing further information as io conditions of pro- posed Contract may lie seen and blank what upset your stomach? Well, cion't bother! The moment you eat a labh-t !forms ot Tender may obtained at or-two of Pape's Diapepsin all tha Post Ollicea of Manyberriea and of indigestion pain, tho sour- Ranclivillo, and at (lie office of the ness, heartburn anil belching cf gases. duo to acidity, wond'T- ful! Millions ot people Unmv that it is needless to bo bothered willi [iori, dyspepsia or a disordered stom acli. A few tablets of Pape's Diapep- acidity and give wailing! erable! Try to regulate your Litomacii so you can eat favorite without causinEj distress. The cost is so little Tho benefits so Post Oflico Inspector, Lethbridgo. Post Office Inspector's Office, March 1, 19S1................ FRED H. SMITH, Ad A I'ost omce Inspector. AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH Closing out sale of John machin- ery, tracfcors, tractor plows, and household goods. On S.E. 11-22, 6 mifes N.E. Of Nobleford. Jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; early In March, date made known later. Closing-out sale of A. M. Grant, east of Barons; date sel- ected later. Mamm'ath clearance sale of horses, cattle and machinery in village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1321. List your stuff you wish to sell and get benefit of advertisement. Closing-out sale of horses, cattle, machinery; also tractor and plows, on Sec. 7-12-22, four miles east of Batons. THURS- DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER DARONS, ALTA. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Offlce: Conybea're Block. Phones 711 and 1085. DIl. J. E. IIOUN'INO. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 31IMS.2U Sharloclc Bldg. Hours uud by appointment Phono 1309 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldje: Phone 740. Accommodation for sur. elcal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-privata rooms. Rates 533.00 and a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. 10. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEiV M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of tha Roynl Academy and Royal College of Music, London, England.' 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared 1'or tho Toronto Conservatorv of Music exams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1338 5tll Ava. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE In French ciry cleaning. Wo aro the oldest cleaners In tho city. We us9 tho genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible iLjury to garments, giving liigh class results. Special attention to country work. S24 Sth Street South. Phone 1312. Collect and: deliver. GUNSMITHS' GUNSMITHS barrels stiaightened, guns restock- ed, gun v.-ork doao by a. gunsmith; keys made, lockj repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; Ia7m motvera Hharpened. D. B. Macdonald Indian Motorcycle Apent. Phono 1031, 6tll Street, opposite 'Herald OfSco. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora, fore. Paperhangers and Painters: Kalsomlnlnc, General Decorating and Sim Writing. 'Estimates given. Ths oldest established painters In Lethbrldse. Res. phone 1472; offlco phono 1752. Sherlock BIdg., Let'a- bridge. Alberta A. Decorattns and Paperhanglng. Phono 690. Oil 8th Avenue South. E. L. Copelana B. R. Rene Phone 1903. Plioae 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanglnj specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. E16 12th St. South. BOILER WELDING REPAIRING W. N. KUTH. PHON'E 792. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. ELECTBIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone 1333 eo. 409 Stll St. S. Lethbrldge V'arm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple- i PIANO TUNING a. II. riayer-l'iano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. lion ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London England. References to tho leading of tho city. 116S 027 loth Street South. Smoke Tfte longer you uie it, thf you like il JUST ARRIVED! CHOICE CARLOAD OF DAIRY COWS Holstcinc, Durhams and Ayrshircs; come arc fresh and othsra due to come in shortly. WILL BE OFFERED BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE On Saturday, March 5th, at 2 o'clock J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer JFARMERS! jwhen in need of any TRACTOR i Repairs it will be tn yjiur Inter- j esi ty try US. I We have an up-to-date Machine Shop nnd employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons ana rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st S. Phone 1732. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-live years' esperleaoa Ja Exterior and Interior 967 Hth Street South Estimates free. Ees. phono 1104 ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous oE joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. G, Lethhridgo. WHY RUM YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man. 4th Ave. Behind Silver Grill. United gov- ernment Onlarlo ehuuld start u propaganda Tor (Jonadlan-mado woods was one of Mm resolutions brought by tho Associated flnards (if Trade lie- 1 foro Premier Drury aud his mlnls- tors. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Diitrtt Agant Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHQTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PRINTING, HOMe-PORTRAITUtE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;