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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE FOUR TUB LETHBRITX1E DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 'She letbbribae, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY tf VMl LETHMtOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED IM Sculh, Uthbridoe W. A. But ban AB ard Manages Diroctcr TELEPHONES Office Office Audit Bureau of Subscription lj% dHive-.ca. per we-Jk .lo delivered, per 2-50 .Dally, by mail, per year 5.0-) WMkly, by mail, per 1.50 by mail, per ycaf lo L'.S. 2.00 Utles of expir? ot subscription HP- daily en ad-lri-s? i'lbel. Accept- of papers after ovyiralion data irrtilo. Tli? :tre il. lU'Uil tho ropori or tV speech, Mr, i Hurley in ihc ,iu3y lie I dc-os nut vet! his propo.-als. America ImiKUnfi ki-r vast ma- i to transport and maiortols for the war, iiti'.l ihou to ;ii our in China, the Kust. out Kussta, attd South Ameru. j mni lUuibMess plarus. ut'.. lilies i'f are already rummu to yorU wlu'ro the Iradtf e.l by (is ami is by every right our.-, AU i brought about by the pineries? and stupidity o' oi.r f we pay princely salaries, am! ate away Does Mr. 11 rg .Jiv ihlit v.0 are goiiiK 'o ill'-' v.tn' I is diMtlxfu.. What "it the iu--t> M letting ihc wiii-jiti the our so that ihe Am- cricins foliar it'' Aro wo tj be content f.n "pmrc'iin1" our kil'u'd by Aitierivu; and shall our livtjji: us- in e.irh oilu-r's ior itr.n al! we srYiU led ilierc is an alteration im- I" will be il our asatw attar MM HQ1 Al BOW BEING K (From Our Own la our authority lu rom ur wn Epidemic is Now Over Ami .March 4-Mr. i i llodtroys many frlcmls will learu i The School is He- re-grot thai }io is sltll very sick Tom i with his home. Mrs: Oodfrey had the misfor- tune'of being very sick with Influenza tiut she has recovered ttndJs able to lo out llfUl- 141 'lar.O, -H March lloW- SmUl1 is the r105' in lilUo opened u lutnb. If this .-ayiiiR proves irno ilicii Ihe latU'r ]wr! of March will be nillil for surely .Mitrch 1st was stormy ihiv :il lliues. was also ihiily. but toilay tho weutlier is mod- sickness. Deuulson returned from Spo- kane, Wash., this week. All good far- mers are reluming to prepare tor tho spring work. Wiunlfred schools are still rioted. Dr. of 'arm A't fS5 aa (Frott Our .Own Corregoondenp UAVMOND, March March 13 the music department of the Knight Academy .will stage their annual ou- era In the opera house. This year tho musical director, Jlr. N. Mitchell, aided by Mrs. A. H'Pjiluier of the English Do'partmont, selected the late comU! opera, "The Kire A New York uuu hus been barred rom N.OOO job bccaus" 10 hasu't voted, in. four years. Henry Jiaosell; of Detroit, vice- president and general counsel of, the. Michigan Central died ur uaeumonla at .Vow York. School on Monday morning! Influenza is on wane there ".So Jonrllill ot CimniU'ri.' hits (no mark. Isn't foolish to stay in this war !'or the benefit ol the I'uitt-d Uie Suites? It is pkiin thai Ariieriva wcn'l bo .-.itislit'rt v.illi l.itirmany's ilov.T.fail hu'. av'iimUy aim.-; ;u controlling tlir i iho full staff of teachers (four) being no new cases reported. present nnd pleased to get back to] Mrs. J; K lliiuk's friends will be work after the holiday caused by lo [cam tias recovered from 'flu. As yet all pupils have- no; her attack of lasrippo. to work. Some will not he back Mr j c Many cases, of niumys aro reported i I'riuce." a beautiful and tuneful pro- i, duction or a lighter vein. It is being produced successfully by many o! tbe colleges and comes highly re- Great pains are being tak- as. term as s-unie farmers who huo town for Iho winter ure [iiovlng out lo their tsrms in onler to prepare for the spring work. The 'flu claims very ('ivt patients in our town now far world's at (Jer- HOUSING PROBLEM IN THE CITY. Xone too the li 1 iu the city is Bellins an inisn-slsd the out of the whole attention, tunl the matter, in ailililiou flf Knroiie. U'orlil that Is to-the city ooum-tl. has niiuiy but is reaiiy lo inculentaHy ruia t'roldonl um. in she prepares what America afior. All exhausted up by Hie Hoard .it Trail.1, li is veil ami omnovc'rislieil Kuropo will make it Mhi'' rniti-d Siali-s the ruler of the -.vorld. Ai any nut1. afuir the var. Am- I'rlca -.vilt bo the most powerful and to see this alKntimi the only nit-atir of arriving nt ;i tical solution of ML initilrrahli' lion iiticctiny aiul tin gress of the cily. Tile main solution tun-anl sol Collins went to Hat on Wednesday for med- Icai attentloii. Mrs. Collins is verr ill. l.eo Nowak. Sr., of Dow Island, met wlih a very nasty accident while load- ing a car his foot slipped causing a there, have heen suinn serious cases, heavy mower machine to fall crushing none have proved fatal. Mrs. Down-) him to the platform He was quickly hiK who was very ill with taken to the Me-Jii'ine Hat hospital, we are pleased to learn Is getting bet-j Word came today that he Is getting i along nicely. Krands Jlnerke who was! Friends of Mrs. Beit Colthrope will quite ill for n few days Is much bet-j he glad to learn lhat she Is recovering ier. nively from her illness, Reishworth nlio fell off a; I'lans under vray now (or a con- bob-sleigh one day last vcek. iiarrowly curl and pie social on Wednesday escaped a serious'injury. This habit j evening, March 10th in the I. 0. 0. F. so many ot Ihe children have of jumiH! hall. .The well known elocutionist. Ing on moving sleighs is one that! Mr. Jlillon Hillis of Medicli en to properly slage the opera nnd lo this end expense Is not being con- sidered.. Many of the leading sliu of towri' are to tho caste-ami a chorus of. both male. and female voices. licv. William Irvine, ot Calgary, editor of tho Independent, and a lead ih the radical element of the pror iuce, will speak iu Raymond tonight under the auspices of the U. F. A. .Mr. Irvine, whose reputation as a speaker has preceded him, Is ossuml of a large audience. The carpenters are busy ori the ga Icries of the now stake. DuriiiB the last tliree days excellent progress has been made on tho remodelling of Utc building. U is the. purpose of the stake presidency to have the building ready pitiless t-tmipeitior Knglaml ever had. shouli be chptrked as it Is very dan- i deliver a few, ol his pop cuiiiy 10 au underslaud-1 gorous. before.it is ion lalo. Hie. acute housing problem in the city only the United .States, have tome- is (he making it to take r.il- j ,0 hy continuins ihe war." vantage of HIP federal housing appro prialion, 31111! thus obtaining the pr scribed quota for iho city. This is matter ou which there has been nu tlefinite policy adopted up iu the prcsoni. Xevcrtheless it is one which calls for ihe serious attention of the Provincial Legislature for ameliorat- ing, as far as possible, the housing problem in the Province. H is distinct- ly something which call? 'for discus- sion iu tho assembly as to the'prac- tical application ot 1he appropriation which is at the call of tlie Province. U may be that the condition s in re- gard to the federal appropriation are FALSE IMPRESSIONS- OF GREAT BRITAIN. As tho dog by-law came into force the 1st of March we notice quite a number ol dogs wearing a collar and locket. In fact the council made clear that al! dogs running al largo here should bo so decorated. Mr. Harding, secretary-treasurer of w Island Municipal District NTo. It is something for sur-1 neport says that he prise when we note a _man of presum- iiap nccepted a situation at Brooks, ed intelligence, such as the Toronto editor, Lindsay Crawford, going out Alberta. Mrs. Yon Cleye and 'Kathleen have too rigid in their application to is ou its death couch, tfreal Brk- of his' way to. tel, a Chicago audience that HTftglanJ Is on her The London.Adrerttser justly takes iMr Crawford to mpk for .ills unwise ami ill-conceived action. Keferring to tho. (also iniprossions which he has attempted to create it tells the truth of whnt Great Britain is doing with a vigor far removed from a cbtnilry eru needs, but this can no doubt remedied when proper argument hrougM lo bear on the federal author- ities. Meanwhile nothing which has the appearance of heing helpful should be ca'si aside, and if there Arc :itiy difficulties, technical or other- wise, in regard to the appropriation they should be sought to be overcome In the matter of the housing situa- tion in the city. JL is one which need: best an aia has ils hands full at the present time and its energies t are directed broadcast not only in the lion problems at Home hut in adminis- tering relief in building up stricken areas the world including the cduntrfed'of its enemies. It is.-ijrotectiuB Armenia In the Near Kast. giving a helping hand to the struggling and previously oppressed j peoples along ihe Baltic, opening up i j practical minds to go Central Africa to civilization, f thoroughly into the same in Us var- ious aspects. Tlie hall.has been sol rolling, and Ihere should be no let up until something practical is evolved. The situation is, no doubt, one which eristics with difficulties, but this al! the more calls for endeavor "to stonily meet H. FALSE PROPAGANDA; AN EfjE-aY DEVICE. false jrrpaganda is nn enemy vice. f thtre are aiy doubts cm I this Iiit u-: consider hov; was used by tliu Gennans !n the war to bring disaffection among the Allies by the dissemination of falsehoods, using and distorting events to lend n specious color lo the falsehoods spread. In the sense we measure the worth of this particular propaganda. to India and Kgyht treasures of ad- vanced autonomy, raak'iiig a garden of 'Mo-sopotamia. The energies of.Great Britain .are further being directed ttv wards bringing foiUeniment, law ami order to distressed Ireland and for entangling the confusion in chaotic Russia. "At itic London Adver- liFer. "BngUiu'] is hringing into fore? social reforms in advance of anything yet proposed, Hiat will add immeasurably to (lie Impjtlness nnd health of tbe Uuileit Kingdom. Besides carrying much more than her share of the .burden of shouldered the tusk of another great has had an eye ont for business and is several jumps ahead of competitors in the racy for trade day. No Quorum A sneeiul meeting ol the Women's Institute was i-alleil tor March 2nd., but i by many of our local talent. M. II. Smith went to Bow Island, on Monday to bring Geo. Oliver to his He had sufficiently recovered to permit; the change. "Miss Ethel-Hlntik has given up her position at tho I'nlon Hank and Miss M. Calfler of linw Island bjas been put in her iriacei .Mr. Tom Parker retnmed from Ed- monton on. February 2Sth. where hft went to iiltcnd, the agricultural con- vention. i' The many friends of Mr. Harrev Ha vis will be pleased to learn that.he Is rccoreviiiK his health after a siege of influenza. M. J. Elliott who sold out last fall icine Hal JjR? ular speeches, I lNevm' nmclilnlst at the Kin; relumed ihia week from the States. The iireslilenl npeneJ the meeting but j expecting to. farm again. He is biij-lng as there was harely a present! e-verythlng and getting ready for a motion was passed to call a meet-'spring Ing for Satunlay at 3 ii.m. for the linr-j Mr. (i..F.. I.amoreanx and fr.mlly pose ol appointing delegates to attend! are leaving, this week Cor. Southerlin the Women's Institute convention lo he held in Edmonton, on March 16th to 19th v.Thc meeting then adjourned. Both Sunday an.d church.ser- vices were held' Jn SL Aiidrcw's TJnit- Valley. Oregon, ivhere he bought a' very valuable orchard. The hotel was sold this week." Stewart :0f Brooks and Losey .and of Yvinnifretl. arc the purehnsers. The jrch Kervicp on Sunday even-r have a crew of men tearing it opart Rev. V. M. Gilbert administer- and shipping it to Drooks, Albcria, ed church last Sunday. After liie reg-h'5 a three stony building and they nlar chu cd the sacraiuent. Last night. March the local F, and A..M. met in their lodge room In the T.O'.O.F. ball. District TJoputy Master Elliott present Af- ter the regularl.meeting Avas over a social time was> spent and delicious refreahments enjoyed. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonar.1 Fe'rnc on Saturday, February 20tb: a baby girl, Larna Feme. Mrs, Feme nnd baby Lprna harl the 'fin. Both at time of Writing are somewhat Improved. '_ Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Browning have as guest their niece, Miss Smith of MXUctnc Hat. Rainbow ami lUtlo daughter c-uii placo a real value on the prop- aganda which is being by the stormy petrels of the day. The following is a copy uf a printed leaflet picked up near the spot on the (rout where a German ing plane was brought down. It was 1 one of the printed propaganda bombs used by the Germans to endeavor W lool Iho British soldiers In the hupr af disheartening them En ihelr It was printed in Knglislt for Ilritish consumption. The leaflet speaks for .itself: "Have you read tho Liverpool Journal of Commerce of July 20th? Well, Ihla paper Imblislies ,'t under Hie alarming heading: "Our Devperalo Position." Ihs follcwiuif ex- tract of which will interest you: "Commercially our position is ye-rale. There JH no doubt about it. I-. In perfectly plain that unless some- thing nnexreclcd happens, wo shall sink into the position of a second- rate power. The blame for it is on the present anil past Governments, who have ignored, anil are still Hunting, tho commercial community nnd ils In- terests. Oovernnient officials, whon" the matter is put before them, will nearly always end up by saying some- thing of tbiii nature: "Well, after till. 6ur first buMnoss Is to win the war, 'a it II IH Uiu business of Ihc Office nnd the Admiralty to bring llto war to ,'t satisfactory conclusion as soon as possible, hut il is not logil- itnnlely within (heir province to hnm- por corriinerc''. with rcanlts tlicy do .not foresee, but which Eire ruining oui- chances uf relalniiij.; our in the Oil! World. She is fur ahead of Ihc rest of the world in aeronautics and lias Jus! launched (he world's greatest battleship. Poor old crippled, dying s consiiier another tstitnnte of England ns she is toduy. one from the pen of a Ccrman-Aiin-rJcan man of affairs, a wide cnllnrnd gentleman just returned from a study of OHS dUuallot! in Hnrojio and tha Isle.s. "One of the troubles, in all ?'innymeadc are in tovn at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. il. Murray. The baby was brought to town for medical attention and1 we nre pleased to. re- port that she Is better. to build three dwelling the .jleal was "put''through by Larson and lilnck. J. Then-burn nnd Frank Hillis went to Medicine Hal 19 take In "Diim beils" at the theatre. Mrs. Olen Phillip's, oldest son is reported quite sick. Dr. Monroe being called to attend him. Word came to- day he is riiuch, better. Mr. 'H. T. jLuthpr has recovered suf- ficiently to his duties at the Globe week. The fronds of Mrs. Cieo. Schieh will be sorry to learn she suffered" from another relapse since her return from Medicine lira hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oie Dahl enterlainecl a largo number of friends complfme.nl of their daughter's birthday, Feb. 26th March 1st came in like a lion anil will go out like a lamb. Farmers pre- dict an early spring and heavy crops Miss Mayberry o[ Medicine lint t this year, came up last week to lake charge of Mrs. Jas. Larsen spent a day visit "Central." ing friends in' Medicine Hat, accom Mr. Ft. Stonp and who ieft panicd by her sister, Miss Ethel last for Ihnir home, nn Hinck. resichins Calvary, had to return to Many changes in farm lands are being made in this district and al! happy that Ihe seed question Is How Island to attend to teleplinne} being mailers." They "left ngaiii'for seem Ford on Monday, March 1st. settled. Mr. E. C. LndCke who was called home because of the. illness of his daughter, Ora. left for Wetaskiwln again on Kriday of last week. Mis. i IjltiNko whd also 111. and Ora are both hp.Uer again. i Miss primary lofit-hr-r. left' nn Saturday afternoon for and Green garage, was taken to hfs 10mo In Lelhbrldfic Monday suffering Tom inflammatory rheumatism. Dr, Gieeiiaway 'sold his irrigation 'arm ivest'of town'this :week for "in'Mra The farm Is planteil to altalfn 1 Mrs. T. J O'Brien. SiaSe." presjdent.'pi' the Wo- men's1 Kelief Society, surprlset "by ttie-bfficcrs ot tie s'tiks board and other A spent The :honor jruwt wao presented with i handsome from the have.' servet under, her. years RICKED UP IN SSING THE HCCY MAN Medlchw Hat 'city decMeJ a pJU tax on-work- Ohio C, late king" u: llarbetou, O, left on Citato of at tuu yvw'or uuiiov, and two shifts put oil tor handling i'uul, there are now tlftcen more men at Ihc, Kilmonton power house than there vere la Seutvnibcr, 1919. Two women physicians were ad-j lo membership in iho Autc-rl- n o mor College of. l-hydciaus. Iho first I has claimed one. o! tie old- est and beet known -residents ot Portage U Prairie lo the person, ol Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald, widow ot the late George Watson toil "mother ot Senator WaUoo. Cl. 1'. who has been man- IKIT of the Bank ot Montreal In Bran- don for Ihe past three years, leave shortly and become manaa-er ot the nanb ot Montreal In Monclon, N. B. The construclioa progratm of the United Grain Growers for 19M. will provide for the erection o! ten or twelve' new elevators la Alberta and an equal number oi annexes, It wa! announced by B. S. McKory, western minager of (he farmers company, while lu Calgary. Wolver, a Belgian women lo.txa so honored. AH. records ior fur sales were bro- ken In New York during the niiuual auction Just ouJed. B' (Dialled lie- mau. Sask, to Kuhlil and McKechnle. lot lloh'erly. Iowa, for This animal was shown at (he fair at Bran don. He won second In the aged stal lion dans at the international at Chi cage, and second In the Belgian show at Waterloo, Iowa. A Oovernment report 'says lack ot moisture is beginning lo tell on the Kansas wheat crop .anil danger of serious loss ot planted acreage) is threatened. u The Medicine Hat fire chief eil that in11919 "there had been'60 alarm? of fire; 11 of which were false alarms; Kev. W.-S..Reid, of'We'ybunl. Sask., hns accepted a call lo Trinity Meth- odist church Port Arthur, effective itij Juno. Womeu. who are earning salaries of more, than u year will be taxed in j this year, upon their, tor the flrst Jlme. bwing to' Ihe' bre'aking of a cast- ing ou a truck on one of the Kelson street cars yesterday only one car will. be. available to. make the run on the system for the next fow days. _ The tiuie-haliowcd custom of dis- tribution .df free seeds by U.S. con- gressman to their constituents Is at an (end. The senate agricultural com- mittee this year cut out the {240.000 free seed appropriation from tlio esti- mates. It is-praclically certain that water rales in liegina will advance this year, and it is not improbable that an in-, crease may also'be. made in the elcc- IrJc light rates, as also of street car faras. Owing to a "six-day week having Thousands Have Chosen W ITU dozens of dlf terent makes to choose from, there must be a good reason why this instrument Is so popular. That reason Is Ihe quality of de- tonf1. The famous Mason RUch coat a less thau you think. Ask for juices and easy payment terms. Blyle Booklet free. 8 look ot tho Ktimor pays that there are wodding; Our Own CorrwtniTenl) March Ladies' Aid met at home of Mr. and Mrs. Car- i tcr on Wednesday, February 25th, i there was a fairly gooA attendance. j The monthly meeting of the local nvui L-r jo.-uiui im niLLUin.ii V f! to vl.lt MrH.-Kroil.lle Stnith. Wai- ,W33- 1 nnon. February 28lh. In addition to hells in near future. WntcrrOTi with her went to on Hatimkiy 1n thnl.'cHy cMcsl. girl will tittend schonl i ihe cominenial'fmintMosYiViaok'of1, "Mr orTabor, was unanimity In Knglan i tho week, is nultn Ihe reverse. TluV tu hu home erai.balurday. shown Ihcir scot] distrlclli in Inwn on Sat are It todny. Wlinn sailed for Knglatnl on the llio railroad 'im .u- nnln? In England, flroat niitniii-rs paBsengera uf clltil ilic-ir on Ihu on IVCCOULII irf iu- Sorno of our to on inn lo my Itiji, T told tiicii] tiiat Cirenl liin] hanillnrl such millers (n ilie }aft ami uculd lu the rutiiro. atul, Kiirr1 when we in KiiKlaml.ihc-siriku nnd, so far us .Die iiVcnigti man wns Iliarc no tk'iice that (horr has u ytrikc, Knglanrl will undoubtedly liai-o ialior Irouble.s iu tlie nc-xt Pnr Iliat nifitfor so will wt-. J nover ih my life came hark from lrii> with sticfi positive views on future of flny Coutitry. It :s my iiolton Hint ivilhln a !av (ircal Hrilain urita> IV.-H. ntiticed Miss V. Km I'Mlilhnyl Hill. MisS'Ilamsiiy of icll nnd Xesliltt'of lUisVinrmt. whir v.-as 10 serious of nsvay ore hi; i fin Sat-1 left his llttln daiish- 10 fast with rcla- former poslmns-' frrim "r ti.iit fit IriKl anil John Mnl'liail who, usual routine business the qitcs- tion of supply of formalin and gopher liuisun was before the meeting. Orian anri district has for Ihe fr-w tliiva been vlalteil by the 1 il ban affected (In one or two rill the members of the fatuity, mi'? Ihe cases are serious. Those ;iro fn'o from the epidemic arc Milling afti'r (he wauls of those less 'i-nmitli1. Kov. been as 11- ;r> ptjswiblo malting a daily round visits in the patients. Th-: daughter of Mr. north of Orion, had the n broken arm from brief spell Is withj again. The haaj piled .the snow' aboiil 'twelve .inchus deep on the level. Prospects sure look good for the coming crop. Hurrah! Owing to the unusual weather we are experiencing, colds seem to bo thriving and becoming popular.; 'Mrs, Woods of Del Bonila. we are told, has been conttned to her bod for the past two weeks suffering.from'a touch of pneumonia. .Mr. .pel- Is a visitor, in fdwri: for "the !past two weeks.- -J Mr.-Osmonil Allen of Del Donita was In Milk Hivdr last week. i Ceo. Hpyt, Jr.; of Richn'eld, ;hns left for a six months visit to Washington, llr.J Henry Ghhntney 'of Woolfnrd was a business visitor nt.Del -Uonita last week. .Mr.-Dpwnliig-of Farnham accompanied him. "Old Father has again mov- ed aranrjd'Ihp "wheel ot fate" until Leap Year anil all ils Is with us once again. A successful.! Leap Year dance was-held nt the Lens school house on Wednesday.-Keb, 25th. The "old order yleldeth giving pUco to ihe new" and the ladies chnso their partners for every dance. Never- waa the floor so crowded, for.every dance. Mere man was reluctantly. forced.to admit that the -women: were, more energetic than the men. A de- lightful supper was served to over fifty persons at .the.alluring..hour erf midnight Dancing was ucd until about six o'clock a.m.; Mr. Sealc of Richfield was fortun- ate to get his threshing done before this last bad storm arrived. Although! the owner of thfi machine, Mr. Tyler, r had pierced foot with a pilch fork r and was unable to stand he superln-j tended the work anil Mr. Hex O'Xealj. naforrrv pastilles heal sore throats, quinsy and tonsflitis up coughs and they destroy.disease eerms finding lodgment in the throat.. I -AT ALL DRUOO1ST3 Kalitmal PM( ut Choucal W Ci.iJi, UMti riiisfnrtiiiic gel a fiill d.j-ivnMiilrs. IM Milt bu fu her atrirle, c Iliat Fhr I ahout lo enter (ho threshold of Ihe grcaies era In nidlonal The proanerliy tlin years in Jinglund will twenty e gian nn'l ViKorlun M'iis look sh'k in roniTtfri-un. t IKIV: nfinost lakh in fnluro Ilriliiin. due lo tlic torn! tiT her iMrojitc :uirl N'cus by wiro wos received here of di-jiih fiiiiii the of Nicholas brother of Mrs. llroilln. Tho "Mi iinil Mrs t HOH- v.nrkinp In a lumtjor camp until ill.- lime of his .Icjith: ho home- miles north of the town- Kin1 dlslrlcl. was first net- Olson m.v I'ji'lniM; in loriny." i HMO the lamb variety, and CHEW A STOMACH FEELS FINE! At once I. Kflieycs 'Indigestion, Heartbtirn, Gases, Dyspepsia, paused by AcidilyVr -Buy n box at any drug store. "Read Sensa: Rules Regarding Stomach" in every package. ran the engine. j Jlr. H. Armstrong Is at present! busily employed with extensive ini-l provements on his now property. Mr. and Mrs. Cotienener of Tilchiicld and family attended the dance at last Wednesday. Owing to" a dance being held nt the I-'nroham school houso no Friday. Kub. 27th. tho ladles of the nirihflelil S. D. licld their dance on Friday, 20th. Although Ihe storm king was rngUir; In fury all the day and night brij'jre, there was quite a small crowd attend- ed. Bveryorte- had an exceptionally plensanl evening. An Impromptu pro- gramme was held EI) 12 o'clock p.m. Olrls! Girls! Oirls! Watch the ilnlc! Watch the dale! On Wednesday ev- ening, March 10lh. there will he held at the Lens school houso a filv- on hy the bachelors. Everybody coino. Next Friday evening. Mnrclt nth, Ihore will he a danco In (ho Del Don- ita school house. for Constipation A New Method of treating an Old Complaint R, C, S. TO ADMIT WOMEN n( ivii-s i.oi iiin-ily tliu wentbcr for en (In- nllcs to and frrmi schtiol, senior, who lives in "i" ''liiKlii district is being attended legc. The examination will he mndo I'.1; "i diii'im- for sickness. He had on the yiuni! cninliliunii and under Iho sM-l'li :i ailii'-k which gave causo for same .privileges na aro nccordcil In -ii ihc part of MB friends. men. LONDON', March an extra- ordinary meeting of Iho lloynl Col- lege of Surgeons In yes- lerdny. il was resolved, aays the don Times today, Ihnf women should be.1 admitted to fellowship In the col- What About Shoes for the Family? You will profit to a very great extent having the requirements of the family early, as warm, comfort- able feet are a great asset, Flostdes this Iho fact lhal you will pay moif. tnr your shoes Inter on should bu an Inducement (o purchase now. Wo have the quality, tsylo and the price lo s-.iil nil require- ments. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR AUL AOES W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING ;