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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE DAILY FRIDAY. MA'RCH iwt BOW ISLAND Mrs. S. Y. Hurst watt hostess at two eujoynble social functions tuat Wednesday ml her home ou 01- proapoct his property Tor await further de- velopments. TOO ILL TO GO TO SCHOOL Telia how DaurhUr WM Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham'i Ventablt Compouna Cnbotns, E. Pink- haul's Vegetable ComjKWtKl was rc- _ Icommetidt'd to me jfur my daughter. I She had trouble e v r r y month hich left her in la .weak and', ncr- ivous condition I with weak bark land iu her j right side. Slie these troubles for three years and frequently Jwas unable to at- tend school. Siie has become regular and feels much better since she began taking the Vegetable Compound and attends school regularly. She is gaining steadily and I have no hesitancy in recommending Lydia E. Vegetable Compound and Lydia E. Pinkham's Blood JOHN TOMS, Ball St., Cobourg, Ont. Standing all day, or sitting in cramped posiliofls, young girls contract deranged conditions, ;uud develop headaches, irregularities, nervousness and bearing-down paius, all of which are symptoms of woman's ills. Every mother who has a daughter suffering from such symptoms should give I-yclia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. ITS DISCOURAGING to discover a bolt Ilk. tits In the comfortable that you would (or ot months lonier if you send fnem io us lor our HIGH-CLASS SHOE REPAIRING we cun resole them, restore their good luoka, put ,thein lit conilltlon to (Ivu you Jons Bcn-ico. WUy not. try it? J.W.BRADLEY 212 13TH STREET SOUTH. IT IS TIME TO CON- SULT US REGARD- ING A MONUMENT Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Proprietor. IMPORTER OF SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITALIAN MARBLES- PHONE 1468 8TH ST. S. _ ____ _ for Mr. Ralph Crow on his ranch ou I Thomas Gostick lias arrived safely af- Bow the Just three j ter his voyage to England and IB now I O...JI o._i _ i i last from Calgary, where she -el i speaker aud prepares Simdav Rev. Mr. Powell ,-iii j in Mrs. Whitney attHuled the preach in St. Andrew's church in tho I .of A1 evening. Those who have heard Powell when here before will be of the to have another opportunity to She was _a guest, loo at the Hear him again. Rev. Jlr. Powell will Valentine Parfr given by the Kewanis tie presofft at Sunday school in the JIr- Kadtress of Spokane is spend- the winter with his daughter. Mrs. i E2ril Hyndman near Carmangay. vjsjtjnjr ]jjs relatives in Yorkshire. Mrs. ghrootl Craig aud son Ersell are visiting n itli her parents, Mr. and MUlHtKl "California Syrup of Figs" Child's B-sst Laxative morning too. The Interprovincial Weed Train was here last Wednesday and quite a num- ber of men and women from near the adjoining towns as well as from our own district availed themselves of this privilege to gain knowledge along lines that they so much needed. The demonstration car with, its plants, seed models, pictures, etc., was- fino but when there were lectures to hear as well and only n few hours for all, most of the adults spent the time listening to the speakers. The pupils senior room ot the public schrwl and high school pupils were greatly intsfested in the demonstration car. On Wednesday evening Mr. R. S. Stevens of Medicine Hat addressed a public meeting in the rest room, rela- tive to Hatfield, the Rainmaker and Us operations. Quite a number at- tended. The farmers ot this district are divided in their opinions on this matter though, the majority are sup- porting it by putting up the. for each 1-4 section earned. The W. A. ot the G. W. V. A. held ii Pantry Sale and Tea in the club rooms last Saturday afternoon. There a splendid display of home made cooWug for sale, while five daintily innointrd tables at which guests were seated wero deftly waited OD by five Vf. A. other members served th'e lunch to the attendants from the canteen. The pleasure of 1 he afternoon was added to greatly liy Miss McLaren who gave some piano selections. The affair was a decided success, the proceeds being about At the U. F. A. meeting there was large attendance on Saturday even- jng. The time was taken up i'n dis- 'cusolng the political situation. The U. F. W. A. also held a well attended meeting on Saturday night. Plans were made for the tuture meet- ings to add to the interest and make them more worth while. The next meeting will bo March 12th when a paper will be given by Mrs. Geo. Monds. Also the members present are to give hints on house-cleaning. to the "lady old timers." There were nearly 300 lady old timers pres- ent. Mr. J. E. Still has accepted a posi- tion on the staff of the Bateman Bros, grocery. Mrs. Eel. Godseliu of TTinnifred was a guest of Mrs. Worts yesterday. Mr. Smith of The Globe Store. Win- nifred. was a guest ot Mr. Oliver on Tuesday. At the Maternity. Hospital. Medicine TIat. on Wednesday; February 23rd. a ._ Mr- J. Hummer was a Leth- Mrs. Myers al Olaresholm. We are bridge visitor on Tuesday aud Wed- j sorry to report that Ersell is not'very well. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haney and fam- ily are visUintf at the home of Mr. Thomas Haney. Mrs. Ava Wyman was notified of the death of an uncle iu Texas. Mrs; Ralph Crow and iwo children medical treatment iu uesda Mr. Tom Swan is moving; over to the (arm ot Ole Boe which he has rented for the coming season. "Mr. and Mrs. Boe luNe moved ou their nortb place and e.tpect to go to the coast after seeding. Mr. Ed. Reynolds was down from j are receiving Gluny, Alberta, last week looking af-j Calgary. ter his business interests here. Mr. j Mr. Vallens Orcutt is in Moiuuna Reynolds has rented his farm to j on business Charley Burns. We are sorry io I Mr. Ludwi'g; Skuudberg was in Leth- lose Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds as they bridge on Monday. We are pleased were very prominent iu all social to report that Mrs. Skundberg is cou- i "fairs. valescing after a serious illness. I iifs. Rosander underwent aii oper-1 We understand that Mr Henry jation iu Lethbrluge Wednesday and Schneider and family of Billings, bahy girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. A Is progressing as well as can be ei- Hobson of Bow Island. pocted. ooson or now island. I-LLLCU. Mr. A. Hobson spent a couple of Tho hard tlme dance held In the days in Medicine Hat last week. j nlllck Spring Ridge hall on Wednes- Mrs. Peterson. Sr., who has- been evening was very well attended, visiting for th'o past ten days with her Mrs Archie McAlplns will entertain the Bowvillo Whist club on Thursday son in the 'Hat, arrived home on Mon- day. Messrs. Tver and Pete Peterson were in Medicine Hat last week to see their father who is ill in the hospital. Mrs. Ethel Harris spent Friday in Medicine Hat. We are pleased to report that Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert and family are well. They are still in nuararitine though. Miss C. Thompson's many friends will bo pleased to learn that she is now able to he up. The family are all better and out ot quarantine. Our local barher, Mr. H. Grigsby, has' disposed of his business here to Mr. A. G. Frazer. Mr. and Mrs. Grigs- by will be leaving Bow Island shortly. Xo election will be held in Bow Island Municipal district Xo. 94-this year. Mr. Hyland is councillor for Division 2 for 1921 as Mr. Llndiruist who was nominated to contest that division resigned. Mrs. A. F. Hodgsou ot Winnifred was a business visitor in town yes- terday. Mr. P. Gifford of Sheppifrd, Alia., who is looking after his interests in these parts, was a visitor in, town on Tuesday. Montana, are coming back to our dis- trict as Mr. Schneidjr'intends to work his own farm. Tho many friends of Mrs.. Morton Craig will .be pleased to hear that she has recovered from a very severe rt- taclc scarlet fever. Accept "Ollfornla" Syrup or Figs for the name California on tho package, then-you tire sure you? child is having tho best- and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love iu fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say Advertisement. STEAMER ARRIVALS Pontia. at New York, 'from Gothen- burg via Halifax. Cedric at Xew York, from Liver- pool. Felt Like She Would Break Down At Any Time, But Tanlac Has Com- pletely Restored Her Health. SATURDAY SPECIAL Louis heels. We have both Patent and Kid leather, and in all widths. THIS IS A SNAP, AT W. J. Nelson Co. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES SHERLOCK BUILDING. Sportsman 'T have been taking Tanlac only one month, but it has already brought jne complete relief and I feel as well and itrong as I said Mrs. .f. Kennedy, of Hastings St., Van- (joiiTer, B.C. "My health wan broken down and I wu io uneasy over my condition that I just felt like I would have to give up. My stomach was so badly disor- dered that it just to slay .sour and apeet all the time. My wan poor, nothing looked good to me nr bad any taste to it and I was eat- in; Jnet barely enough to keep body xni uol together. There A burn- ins like An la my itansch and I had dtalrtsBi-d feellnj all day long. "I suffered awfully from rheumatic pains in my hips and knees and felt so achy that every move 1 made hurt. My Bleep didn't rest mo and from morning till night I just felt that i might break down any tiuifi. "Bui, I'm glad to say that 1 don't feel that way any longer, for three bottles of Taulac have made me well and strong again. My annetite is so Hue that I feel hungry all the time j and enjoy everything I cat. Tim stom adl trouble has all disappeared and nothing over distresses me one hit. The rheumatic pains have all gone S and 1 can get around and do my j housework with as much easi- as I could years ago. I sleep just as sound as I over did and every morninp i I feel just line. It seems wonderful! how quickly Tanlao has built me up.' and i just can't tell you how happy i feel." Tanlac is sold iu i-ethbridge by j. D. Hlglnbolham t Co., Limited, Drug- i MILLBANK JO for 15 cts. 25 for 35 Round of SO for 70 Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to tli a First Prize of Get In ;