Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATUKDAY, MARCH THE LETHBRIDOa DAILY Farmers An Preparing to Start Spring Operations in Few Darn (from Our Own Correspondent) KARONS, Mar. S. Messrs. Wil- liams and Leadbetter were viBiton in Calgary for a day or two last week. Mrs. Snydor left on the morning train for Walla Walla, Wash., after attending to thu business of the sale of their farm goods last Tuesday. Mr. Akron who has been In hoi- pltal, Lethbrldge, for tho past month, is now well on the way to recovery. little Farley Sherwood, who has been attending school in Lethbridge, arrived home on Friday night's train to spend the week-end with his par- Gnts uwl his smaller brother and eis- ter. Master Edgar Cooper who was op- erated on for his tonsil trouble by Dr. Taylor in Lethbridge on Thursday of last week, arrived horns on Friday, Feb. 25th. Mrs. N. p. Rasmusseu a visitor it of ataotah torpid aotkM of tka ttnr an1 Md dliippurs Dr. Cawa'sKldoet-LhirWHiare md. OaepHla his winter trip which he Spokane and Minneapolis. WAS SUFFERING FROM INDIGESTION NO FEAR OF PAINS.NOW Indignation IB one of the forms ot stomach and many people suffer terribly meal, liter The rising1 and louring or the food, pains in the stomach, heart- burn, water brash, belching of wind, vomiting shortly after -eating, etc, are some of the symptoms. There is no need for any person to be troubled with Indigestion, dyspep- sia or any other stomach troub'.e l( they would only take Burdock Blood Bitters, which a combination of nature's roots, herbs, barks and berries; a combination that cannot help but put the stomach right. Mt H. H, Collins, Norton, N. B., waVwith the overseas forces for four years and two months, and In October. 1916, I was unfortun- ate enough to be wounded and taken prisoner: a prisoner for years, and tho food they gave us was not good at time, and after a few months I found I was suffering from indigestion. When I came home .in July, 1319, I was nearly a wreck. -1 was told to use Burdock Blood Bit- ters. I did so and found great relief, and can npw cat without fear of pains one ot great profit to the hoys and sickness. 1 would recommend B. B. Br'to air who suffer from Jo- Burdock Blood Bitters has been on the market for over forty years, and during that time has made a. lion second to none for relieving all stomach troubles. Manufactured only by Tho T. Mllburn Co., Limited, To- ronto, For that "Croupy Cough" Most mothers of young children prefer Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy to any other, because they know it to be prompt and effec- tual, and to contain no opium or other narcotic.. Keep Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy in the house is a real friend in vertisement. 35e and 65c COUGH REMEDY IHday. The Trail had record at- tendance list Friday illht. were sixteen present at that Mr. w. Buntoo it now In of the pool room, traded farm to Mr. J. Wanmck tor town business. Mr. Walter Harris WM a Lethhrldie on Friday of WMk. Mrs. Annable ot White was a visitor In Barons on feb. L'Stk, on her return train Lethbridge. Mr. C. Molr and Mr. B. McClelland motored over to Cleresholm on Tknrs- day, returning on Friday, Feb. 25th. Mr. and Mrs, Moftat and son ot Clansholm, were visitors with Mrs Molfat's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0 Molr on Friday. Mrs. W. C. Cooper has had her aunt, Mri. Pipes of visit ing with her Ulnce Friday ot last week. Mrs. L. C. Burnap. who has been on the list for the past week, in uow progressing favorably. Mr. D. Moir left on Monday for his farm In the Travers district. Mr. William Venables, J. P., re- turned .on Saturday from Lethbridge having spent some days ot week there on business matters. Mr. F. Whelan has returned from spent In We are glad to see him back in this district Rev. T. p. Jones and Mr. Petley at tended the meeting ot the boys an( girls C.S.ft.T. held in Barons church on Monday night at 8 o'clock." With the parents and teachers, more than thirty gathered at this meeting. Mr Petley, secretary for boys' work, Lethbridge, in his short address, pointed out were seme dan- ger points in a boy's life Tho firs Is his spare time. He said, "A boy must do eomething." The speak er thouhgt it was not hard to slide down the hill. The boy must be di reeled in younger years, then ho can later look after himself. He said, "the boy is safe at the table with three good squares per day. He is also safe when he fe asleep. But when Is he not safe? When he is not on the right trail." The speaker illustrated from the greatest of boys, Jesus, showing the attention He gave to all sides of life., "We must be all round said Mr. Petley He referred to the passage upon which National Boys' Work is built up. Luke 2: 53. And Jesus increas ed iu wisdom, and in statue and in favor with God and man. The boys were In the friendly way Mr. Fetley presented the subject to them. He also stated that the girls work is built apon the same scriptural foundation. Rer. T, D. Jones spoke more espe- cially to the girls. He used the chart which was a treat help. Ha took the four divisions of boys' develop- ment. The mental, physical, religious ami social. Mr. Jones said, "all an ne- cessary, tor we cannot aCerd to fall down In any one of them without But- tering." showed that the work of the girls was all that pertained to a young woman. said, "We have be tween seventy aid eighty girls In Lethbridie church and our members have rarely It ever fallen below thirty-five. Both speakers emphasii ed the fact with great courage, that these young people would form the church in three or fonr years 'time if looked after today. After the speeches, the church seats were set back and the boys and girls were given the opportunity to play their games under the supervision of tha visiting speakers and the Sunday School staff. Most of the number joined in the games of a wholesome nature, and ajl felt that the evening They WORK while you sleep" Don't stay billoilR or constipated, your head rtull, your gtomach sour, gassy, upset, Take one or two tonight .suro for your liver mid hownls and up clear and fit. Children love Cfisearets too. No srip- Inconvenience. 10, 25, DO and girl: Mr. Wm, Vennables, J.P., business visitor in Carmangay on Monday, Feb. >ith. The estimated snow fall for this dis- trict for the month of February is a depth of six inches. Mrs. B. McClelland was a visitor with her sister, Mrs. Moffat in Clar- esholm for a few days of this week. Mayor Fairfield has returned from Toronto, having attended the funeral of his brother-in-law in that city. Mr. and Mrs. H. Qleor, Mr. and Mrs. O. Olson and their families were visi- tors at Iron Springs for a day or two oE last week. With the mild weather during the past days, a number of gophers have shown themselves, rumors of robins are abroad, and already the grass is appearing in various places. Last Sunday morning, Baroni Sun- day School had the largest attend- ance on record during the past seven years, "yet there is room." Mr. L. C. Burnap was a businesi visitor out to the river ranch on Wed- nesday, Mar. 2nd. Mr. McKenzio Welsh was on a visit to Bassaoo, Alia., to his son, Stanley for some days of this week. Mr. A. Q. Virtue was a business visi- tor in Barons on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. A number of business men were iu attendance at the sale on Mr. O. Chow's ranch from Barons on Wed- nesday last. The Ladies' Aid will be held in Barons church on Tuesday next, Mar. 8th, at 3 o'clock. The president asks for a full, attendance please. Mr. F. Carlton of Welsh's hsrdwaro returned to Barons on Wednesday after having been on the sick list at his home for a couple of weeks. The sad and untimely death of Mrs. A. B, McDermott occurred In Barons on Thursday morning after an Illness of one week. Mrs. McDermott had not enjoyed good health for some time, but not until last Thursday and Friday did she feel compelled to stay in tho house. Up to the laet day it was hoped she would regain health, but she succumbed to pneumonia from which she suffered the last days. She leaves husband and four children to mourn her loss. The whole community extend sympathy to thla bereaved family. Mr. and Mrs. Pancake and family left on Wednesday tor their home In Dakota, their little girl Mildred now being- able to, return to her home af- ter sickness. Mr. Henry Slaymakar of Iron Springs, was n visitor In Bartins on Thursday of this week. The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Institute held In thej Ttandtr. Ird, p.m. The regular builneil was carrltd out, nadlng mliutut, roll call. and club womau'i repeated by all persons present. The special fea- ture of the afternoon WM an exhibi- tion and Jndcinj; In the eaku contest, prMMttd kr iw of the Institute, Bach was Juilted by H. Johnson and the prize' award- ed to Mrt. UcCord. Thu cakos sold and tie money given to the Institute. ABbiker item of spe- cial Interest was a drass-makliif dem- onstration given by Mrs. A. lloblnson. This also was of very Interesting nature, and very Instructive. Lunch was served to more than forty ladies, and afternoon was of real bcne- tit to all present. Mrs. W. J. returned from her winter trip to Portland. Oregon. on Thursday evening's train. After more than a month's absence. Mrs. Lebow is very welcome back to the community. Mr. S. Taylor was a visitor In Noble- ford on Thursday of this week. On Wednesday afternoon the school was fumigated to prevent the spread of sickness. Himco the pupils had a lulf holiday. A few farmers are working on the land, but many will not start before early next week if the weather per- mits them. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By e F. S. AT A LIBRARY WINDOW, tohlad row on row, tlio golden volumes shine, Fact anil funcy, truth and words human, wordK divine; Science, old; select, The surging heart throbs of the world's elect. Before me lies the world. Benoaia ray Man groans and laughs, soars and sighs, Dreams and loves and hates in peace and Out there before me stands my guide Life. AGRICULTURALLY SPEAKING Too many farmers pack the roads instead of their land. A Kansas itateswonian proposes a measure requiring bachelors to wear red neckties. If this hill passes many a Kansas benedict will contract color blindness. F MONTREAL, March adlan F. Graham, rep- reunting who wish to the Dempaey-Carpentier fight In Montreal, stated Uet night that there a good proapect of the match coming to Montreal on July 2, It It ttated that once satisfied on the question of legality of the light heing held in thie province, Rickard will not hetltate to defin- itely Montreal as the loca- tion for. the ffght. Pimples Have Now All Disappeared WHY PORT HOPE LADY PRAISES DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS Mils Miy Luckey of Her Experl- enci With Dedd's Kidney and Why She Them to Her Trinity College, Port Hope, Mar. 4. "Dodd's Kidney Pills have helped ma So says Miss May Luckey of this place. "For a long time I was troubled with pim- ples and blotches on my Miss Luckey goes on to state. "They were very had and-1 did Dot know what to do. "Then a lady friend advised me to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. After using sir boxes the blotches and pimples have vanished, t wish to recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills to everyone who suffers with tha same disease." Pimples and blotches are caused by impure blood. The natural way to treat 'them is to put the kidneys .'n condition to do their full work of all the Impurities out of the bload. Dodd'a Mflney Pills are pure- ly and simply a kidney remedy. They have been in use in Canada for over thirty years and have made an envi- able reputation In the treatment of such diseases as pain in the back, dropsy, urinary troubles, diabetes and heart disease. If you haven't Dodd's Kidney Pills for kidney troubles ask your neighbors about ment. Piles Cured Perma- nently Without Drugs Internal Bathing Relieves the Cauie. Mr. A. N. Steele, Cupar, "I had been troubled with my and constipation for years until I had become very tliln- ami looked 20 years older, A leading doctor in Regina told me that the main canal was badly ulcered. I grad- ually becama worss, until one day, Blue laws make anything but blue The difficulty in a woniM all the money she is that there Isn't enough coined. THE PRICE Mr. Woodrow Wilson has verified the classic words that "the President pays dearly for his White House." "Hang a head- line. That's what wo say. Very often the buyer of moousuiuo supplies the "kick." If you are a poet looking for local color get a seed catalogue. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS Gwendolyn. you wish to get into the movies, Gwen- doyn. Very well, my dear, marry a man bdiave iu paying his landlord the rent. Jerry, do it, Jerry, old bead. I was done in oil myself once. H.A.K., 1'urity Society is a group of pure men and women look- JEE for Impurity iu the other fellow. A STRANGE WORLD The same people who object to see- ing "Pink Tights" in their newspaper would likely pay for a ringside seat Tor a musical comedy show. Another slant is placed oa thi alien immigration question when Mexicans in the oil nelds object to what they call "the American invasion." Bishop Fallon says that every day mothers can be seen trailing their skirts to places of amusement. The good bishop has evidently never been in Lethbridge'. No trailing skirts here. SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT We cannot think too highly of onr friends, nor loo numbly of ourseives. Ocrmany ij nr.w horning that a nulion cannot lite by alone. SUCCESS 'Tis the coward who quits in mis- fortune, 'TIs the knave who changes each day. the fool yho wins half the battle, Tlipn throws all hit chances away. Coleman Proud of Team's Rec- Association Urged for AH Sports (From Onr Own Correspondent) COLEMAN. Starch hockey season has practically closed. This has been one of the best in rhe history of hockey in Coleman. The enthus- iasm shown by the community has been wonderful. We were proud our hockey team. The boys' the same from the beginning to the end of the season. If they have not brought home the .coveted trophy, we TO COAST MAY 24 VICTORIA, adequate arrunfiements can be made, the Or- angevllle Lacrosse team, champions of tho cast, will be here to play it game ,with the world's champions on May The Victoria Lacrosse club, which holds, tho Minn cup, emblem- atic of the amateur championship of the planet, will take steps next week to see whether or not Orangeville will be coming west this spring to try and shift the silverware back to tho land where it was made and held for many years. Victoria is ready to defend the cup against the easterners and believes that the visit of the team would be a great stimulant to the national game here. the charm of ia hillside nnkni, the glint of tropical inptJtoopT in the little leavn thai cove to you dnsd and labelled w mitiaf iH iht joyi th.y you I l.inuh thirit, trMw your muff, KtmuUu ind In pytmd fKii fMtffotmJ cartoiit. CHASE SANSOHN, Montreal, Wright Iws also promised to set the ball rowing on Monday evening. The public can witness the ganuss in the Moose Hall inteiuliiiK tcauitt aru asked not to forget to Rive tho names of the different players to tho sec- retary, Geo. Oant. Tho following Id the as pub- lished a week, ago: Flnt Round S.O.E. vs. Moose No. 2. I.O.O.F. No. 53 vs. No 1 Battery va Court Star, Vels, No. 2 vs. Posties. Court Unity. A.O.F. Bye, Moose No. 1, Bye. Stcond Round S.O.K. or Moose No. 3 vs. I.6.O.F. or Vets. No. 1. Vets Nc 2 or Posties vs. Battery or Court Star A. O. F. Court Unity, A.O.F. vs. Moose No. I. PEOPLE, ARE AFRAID OF COUGHS They rtalin that eoufhi one with a bad cold, can pass the trouble on to many Uyoahaveaeaufh.dwttpnaiiiL Get ridotitby Ukinc Eight to Ten Teams Entered in Trophy Now on Display Everything is In readiness for the first round of the carpetball competi- tion, which will open in the Moose Hall on Monday evening next. The competition will be a knock-out, ow- ing to the shortness of the season. Next year it is planned to form a league at the beginning of the %inter season, to be known as the Fraternal Carpetball League. The trophy donated by R. A. Wright will he on display tonight and Mr. Keep battle of pirn-relieving Sloan's Liniment handy. You need it when the unexpected rheumatic twinge pai rheumatic twinge starts the pains and aches following sciatica, lumbago, lame back, sore muscles, stiff joints, neuralgia. Forgot all about buying another bottle and keeping It'handy, didn't you? Get It may need it tonight! This famous counter-irritant pene- trates without rubbing and scatters the congestion. The pain or ache is soon relieved, leaving no plaster or poultice mussiness, no stained skin. Thousands of regular users keep it bandy for don't suffer needlessly. All 70c, J1.40. Sloaris LinimentS 10" Add Years of Wear to Gar- ments and Draperies for Few Cents Lethbridge women can do wonders with a package of Diamond Dyes. An "I can cure you. Get a ,t> U. L. Cas. j cade.' Well, I did so. and the' first night I used it I slept all night for the first time in weeks, and in a short time felt quite myself again. It also curoit my piles, which had troubled me for years." It you are troubled with constipa- tion, don't drug yourself. Internal bathing with the J. B. L. Cascade Is the only permanent way. This won- derful appliance in the invention of Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell, New York.- It is pleasant and >easy to use, and will serve the whole family. It should be in every home. See the J. B. L. Cas- cade at the Red Cross Drug Book Co., Lethbridge, where it will be shown and explained to you. Ask for 32-page booklet all about internal bathing. U is free, or write Tyrrell'a Hygienic Institute, 163 College Street, Toronto, Smoke One noticeable was -the absence of hockey practice on Sundays. To a large number ot hockey fans this fact, coinmended it- suit and ilid much to unite bur 'forces and create larger.-enthusiasm. Baseball is uow being talked of. Al- ready we have tile nucleus of a good team. By the time the whither has settled down it looks: as if wo will have an aggregation that will be in the running. Why not have an-Athletic Associa- tion In the town? An_ organization re- sponsible for the-raising and ;spend- ing of all monies subscribed for sport. Our younger men and boys need en- couragement and some body of men interested in sport, to arrange for games and control and superintend the financial interests. For the want of such an organiza- tion our junior hockey team had prac- tically no games this winter.. Some- thing might be done along this line. 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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 14S8 8TH ST. S.