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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 1. 1921 3 MILADI At Algonquin Park PAGE ELEVBN PERSONALS H. H. irJi'k'Uhim! of Utttttra spent, lk (lie week-end with .Mr. and Airs. f.' H. l-'alrflold, ai. Hi" Hxjwrlmcntul Farm. loft today Cor cast. Mr. and .Mis. Harding have re- turlied to -liiou- Iiome after .spending; tho winter month'; in California. Mr. ami Mrs. D. Whitney, arrfviid home Thursday after gpcmding tho winter In California. Mfs, N. iiiiH re turned tu the city u Phort visit utter ing thn past olRht months ;it Van- couver, B.C. Strs. H. Ff. 3illeK'rptnrhcU ou Sat- urday from a, short (Hp to Calgary. "Mr, A. D. Grunt, 01' Winnipeg IH a visitor in city ior ;L toiv days. Mr. Nelisun iif Curdston a buiiinoaa visitor i.-i city, Mr. U. Coolus of lo'ivii was a visitor in the city ill..' on MM way tu Bdiimlvr Urwk. Mr. L. of Calgary ncss visitor in tho city. Tliffodorn. utiil Menu'" iiiauo Kfilo by VIVH KHwi, roryl solo hy Atr. LOM M. Cootntm ami an Now CmiiitU." Hy Mr. C, K. Tht- entertainment n-lll h? liuld on U'odnewUy Murch 14th at S [1.111. in at. Aueusilh'j liiill. "V Tho arc department of the .Mathosis tjluli nill meet at tUq.hoine of-S4rs. 0. B. Wdgelt at 3 o'clock tomorrbw aftornoon. The regular meeting of the W. F.! M. S. of Knox clutrch'.will he held' in iha school room of tie church on i Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. i Do not forget the ten anfi pmilry snlt> from td fl o'clock at horiie; of Mra. J. (I. KolieTtiori: lips 7th i AVenufe. siveii by the. tltrl (Milde com-i inittee in aid ot! the sdiiDfal fund. i y The Daughters and MaidH of Kng- I hind will hold the slith whist drive of the series in Hurgmarin's Hall mi I Wednesday evening next at S.lfi ji.ni. Spring Sewing Week lias as its aim inspiration to women ivho have their sewing dime In the home. Photo Blicm-s party starting out from tho hotel foi SOCIAL EVENTS Machinery Selling 4- Order Hands Are Being Hired _ Store looks forward each year to assembling fabrics, i trimmings and every other essential to Spring sewing along with timely style suggestions for creating ail sorts of lovelv things right in the home. The season of twbables is practically m sight. Blciilses, lingerie, children's school clothes, new spring .suits and frocks will soon be urgently needed; With this Store's many available resources at hand every woman has a Storehouse of ideas at her command. Moderate prices in all fabrics do much to revive interest in the making of pretty thirigs Silks Miss bafoe of the Union Uaiik staff. Avhn has been indisposed for tin: past week, has again resumed her dutios. 5Ii.a Maggie Hnrvle of Picture Uutie Is vlsltins In tho cltj-j the gubst (it-.MrS. Richard i ,v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 't .The C. P. R. Social and Athletic; Club will hold another oC their popu-! lor dance's tomorrow iu tho Masonic! Hall. The swimnithg class at flic V.M.C.A. will tiike place iishal at o'clock lonuirroiv afternoon. A patriotic eveiiinK was held last night in the L. D. S. church under the auspices of the M. 1. A. The pro- gram consisted of readings by Misses Had An Annoying Hacking Cough Got No At Night Hacking coughs are very iveariiiff oh the system. The constant cough- ing disturbs the rest, and keeps tho lungs and bronchial tubes In such an irrltaled and inflamed condition; tha' nhless you gel inihicdintp. relief tiio cough may become settled and serlona Jung trouble ensue. Them no lielter remedy than Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup for relieving alt kinds of coughs or colds, cllmhiuins as it does tho lung healing virtues' of the pine tree with which is combined v.'iid cherry bark, and the soothing and lieailhg eJtjiectdrant properties of other excellent he'rba and harks. Mrs. E. J. Tioss, Penliold, Alta., three years ago I caught a very had cold, accompanied a sore throat and hoarseness. I w'as so Hoarse' yjjii coiild not hear 1110 speak. I could get no rest at -.light with the te'frlhlo annoying; hacking cough. I tried several remodlea, hht they did me no iiooil. I iliially saw Dr. Wood's Nonv'ny I'iiie Ryfiip verttneil so I sot a bottle. It at oni-e gave me relief, and after using four in' them my Hnd nil soiie. Now I always keep it in the house." "Dr. Wood's" is put up in si yellow wrapper; thr'en pine trees the trade niBrfr. price Ku and a bottle. .Maiiufalitureil only by the T. Mil- burn., Turonio, Ont.ji-Adv'eHlse- inent. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS WILL NEED MUCH MONEY OTTAWA, Mar. Expenditures on Canadian govern- iheiit railways, n-iil, it is understood, i figure largely in' tho coming main esti- j mates which Sir Henry IJruyton. min- ister of Duanco. v, ill table in the house probably'tomorrow or next day. Last year's operation on Canadian govern meiit lliles. it is stated, resulted In a loss of approximately in- cluding Interest charges on the Cana- dian National anil Grand Trnnl! Paci- fic THe eiact figure.-, will be submit- ted to the house when the minister of railways presents bis budget or going into Buptiiy OH the railway "mates. REAL MELODRAMA PULLED UNDER N. V. SKYSCRAPERS NFJW YORK, Mar. Tort's "bad men" today ahomred themselves no ot perrons. While John T. Bailey, a Nassau county deputy stierilTj was forcing his way tfirobijh a Part How In the very ghidows of the city halli three men attacked him and tried to null a diamond ririf from his little finger. Bailey fulfilled all that melo: I dranni iroiild expect of his tradition- j ally shlnins star. He drew his "artll- lery" froni his hip pocket, sent a few I hiillfjts whistling up'waf-d aiid past skyscraper windows and then arrested one of the men. H. S. Wilson who volunteered in the war though not accepted, has been appointed chief of police for Blenheim at a year. Daily Fashion By Marie Belwont (FrDiii Our Own Cbrfespdnileiit) TAisfeil. Jliirch drills are 1 reported at work in the fields near I N'eidpath siding, some distance west j Of Taber. Actual seeding in the viciu- I ity of the town is only a matter of a few days, as the laud is ready in I some cases; and the surface dry, and I tho top soil in good condition. The Mass'ey-Harris agency' Hel-e re- ports the sale already this spring ot ?0.000 worth of spring machinery. of which was disposed of ou Wednesday of this wsek. A branch of the Moose order is he- ing organized here and, according to .some new members, ouough have iisreed to join to obtain a charter. Organizers b. McLeod of Meillcine Hat, and A. McLeod of Itegiua, aroi prosecuting the campaign. j A charivari party last night cele- Ijratsd the return of Sir. and Mrs. J. HlKtioii from their recent aiid peace was declared at fifteen ow Trould be a good time to put i tho grutler on thu town inclines be- j fore all the moisture evaporates. i Cars oC hay for spring work are ar- j riving tor local dealers. Another big sale which drew a large i crowd took place on Saturday at the Portcous salp barn. T. Allan of Raj'inoiHl, iicnompauieti i by violin and trap arrived this afternoon for the (laheo given hy Mr. j and Mrs. Marshall of Calgary. ihlu evening in the Social Hall. M. _.llar-' shall was forriierlv toller in the Royal Bank at faber, and a large uuihljer at' tended the fiance, which was cohtin- od 16 .tho early hotirs.of the niorhing. I H.. C. Hurst arrived in town today' to take over the duties of teller iu tho f Bank of Hamilton. _ Mr. and Mrs. IT. as there ure iiipdtfiis sureutUle parties. In regard td JSIoiitaiia opinions as to dll in. this region, It might be inter- eating to note that the artesian well Six Cardinals Are Announced! Attended by Pope VVht) An- rtoiinces Nanies Crepe ile Chine. Ueor- Pongee and tai, in plains and stripes. revealing many pleasing i-olors and color effects u-aiting to be chosen for spring blouses and frocks. Georgette and Crepe de Chine-- (1 71; yard Colored Fon- see: yard Natural Shari; tling, yard Colored ed Wash Silk Wbite Yard: to Woollens Fancy plalils, checks, tricotiue, covert coating, serge and other materials are much In demand for suits, coats sport skirts. Velours and iluve- tyn are used exteuslvely for sport coats and wrilps. popular shades are showu among these. Prices tu Wash Goods A glimpse of the oew tubables and yoii ivln warit to start making new frocks, lingerie, blouscc, middies, etc.. of ging- ham, striped dimities, fig- ured roillss and organdies, drills; ducks and galatens. Colored "Steel Clad" Galatea .......____ Lingerie, Nainsooks and yard....05C 95C Patterns AVitii one of ibis Store's reliable patterns .as your trusty gruide> noinlhg be- eohies.tW a in the field, Get a BiitWHck Tiimmings soutache am! -braids, metal and gilt are greatly ID demand for the new spring (rocks, and are berft iu wide varieties. Military b'riiid Sohtnehe and 3ieto25c Tinsel v. 25cabd35c Metal and gilt J3.00 Notions of all' the prob- lems is the thread, need- les, fasteners, buttons and pins. There is the fjaiiid Needle Threader thai will thread any size sewing or machine needle. C8ats Thread; t for fiohiB fasteners; per caril Xeedle er, at Thread- 50c at Fiucastle, of SOO feet, was visited Catholic church gathered at the Vati- Mar. of the by a chbinist, who stated his belief I can this mnrnjhs for the secret con- after experiments with the giis at the I sistbry at which Pope Benedict an- well, that'oil would yet'bo found be- p.onncRd the nnnies ot six new inem- low tho rock strata in which drilling I bers of the sacred college. The names ceased. j submitted to the cardinals were those II. thacker of Fincastle, is just re- j of Monsignors Dennis J. Dougherty, covering from an atlack of stomach j archbishop of Philadelphia; Jilan VI- trouble, which threatened to be fatal, vov, archbishop of Burgos; Francisco P. B. iiose is hrohcfiing out exteii- j Barraqucr, arciibisiiop of Tarragona; iively intd the poultry lliio and is j Francisco Ragonesi. papal nuncio in adding to his building acconiuioda-j Madrid; .Josef. Schiilte, archbishop or tions for the purpose. Coiocjiio and Michael von Faiilhaller H. Beard !3 tho Shiells real-jarchhlshop of Jlunlch. ilence, which he recently piircbuseil j o'clock, the hour Cu- aml has occupied this winter, re- j eil for the nssemiily of tho cardinals paintsil for the summer season. j (lie plaza of St. Peter was crowded Fincastle farmers are already busy with citizens of Rome and visitors to on the land, and the fever Is spreml-] the city who struggled io'obtain van- 1115. A. K. Tolton leaves for the farm tage points from which they might shortly ami slates he has 320 acres ot witness the brilliant procession of the ill th? best of condition. princes of the riinn-b to the throiift Projected improvements at various roorn of tfte Vatican. Slow and state- i residences arc keeping the carpenter progress was made by the prelates fraternity busy. Freight receipts at und their atl.emlr.nis to" the court of the depot are already rising in vol- i Domaso, where they awaited the ap- i time. pearance of the pontiff. In a few I Special Results minutes, the doora swung open, and I That the seed sown hy tho seed [the pope appeal-oil. lie led the car- special experts liiis on- good j dlnals into the lirono room and tiiore gr'onhd has beeii plalti ever since .tho. nil but members oE the sacred college departure of the corps ot lecturers i withdrew to allow the cardinals "o j who spoke to the uinlieuccs at Taber. carry out the historic procedure of "The Delineator" for One Year for The Hutterick representative will be pleaBed to give iny iritormation renmllu's 1'atteras and the new Deltor Feature. Tbla offer open tor a few days only. the red hut. symbolic of the wearers' bishap, attained a place in IHe sacred elevation to tho supreme governing college at an age much below ,th'S body of the church. American Cardinal Young average tar members ot Uiat august of tho o'lllce lo tile 'MANITOBA DOCTORS AVANT TO GO BACK TO MEDICINE ONLY To Be Troubled ntn constipation The Ills If you do not reel well ami go to your family physician, one of the first things he will do is ask you to bold otit your tongue. The reason for this is that the condition of the tongno slibws the condition of tho stomach and bov.'els. If you allow your bowels to becoihs constipated .yon .will have bilibiis at- tacks, sick headaches, ctialed tdiigue. foul breath, heartburn, water brash, etn.. and those trdiihlesoine piles, which cAtii'e so riittch auridyance ahi misery. Keep your howeii moving regular tly and you won't be sick. T In Mllbufn's Laxa-Llver Pills you will flhil the reinudy yoii rnlitilio for this niirnuiiR. 'I'liey "urs liiirely vegetable and do not; gripe, iveakeo oij sicken. Mr. R. liiii-Hs. Bos Ml. Unit- te, two .'-earn I Differed constlpiitlnn. I cotilil not sot anything to cure hie, and hardly anything wtinid sivB me ereti relief. One dn.y njy induced it'io to try Jlilburn's" Laxu- IJi-er I'ills. nml dven brought me A vial. I tried them without much faith, hut f Boon found they were do- InM me good, and after in-ini; the vial 1 wits relieved of tnr troll- He." jlilbnrn's fiaxa-Ijivpr Pillfj are Vial at all dealnru, or inalled difw't en receipt nt price hy i'lte T. foil- do., Mmlted. Toronto, The special Is gone, but its influence t remains, and there IUIH been a great Ideal ot discussion that is boiind to lead to experiihonis the iitiesj j laid down. HIgllt oh the track of, ;Prof. Ilutton and Sitpt. Fairfield vi-orl; i ou the land has beg'ijji, and that, ciiltlvutipri to some extent, ahd the bulldlhfe of some silos will take j j place, is about as certain as anything j i can1 lie befbrb It comes Id paes. Also if a bright spell sets hi, March is stire to see a sood deal of seeding. A local farmer remarked today that if hi.nlanii j had been ready he would seeii it forthwith. Martin Gray took out a. couple of i mun for spring work.tonight to bis j farm near Iron Springs. Martin took something else 'also, the bagpipes, in i the which he Is an expert. I Mr. and Mrs. John Higdon returned tonight from their honeymoon, and take pliu-e ou Thursday. That cere-j mony will be much mure elaborate than that which occurred today; Chief j Interest ill today's ceremony centred' Archbishop Dougherty, who. after' WLN'XtPBG, Mar. 5 Through a ro- tue men who would receive) SI years as priest, bishop and arch-j solution to ho moved iu tho leelsla- ture by Dr. R. j. Waugh. SI. L. A. for Norfnltt. dm .medical of Moiiltohft will art td 6d r'elleVeU of the responsibility of adiriiniiterlnE the Manitoha femSe'fjHfcg act. Accofillrig to Br. Waiigii, the pres- ent act places the medical profession iii the titisltltiU 6C SiHeiiderii lor the province'. TKe price of oread dropped per 1% ponnd ioat in Montreal. a I. t receiving congratulations from heir friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hock of t'llrplo I I Sin-lugs, are- rejoicing ovor the, birth i lot a baby girl of robust type, nt tho hospital this morning. RfeAL IRISH LAfcE TNIMS tHlS LINGERIE While colorful lingerie may he fashioned from radliim. crepe dc chine or litietl. certain women prefer i fine whits lialiste. linen or other ilieui- cotton fabrics. The corset bo- dice and step-in drawers lire tashhiu- ell ifom a Very fiho vfcitvo df white hntlHte. Rather simple In their fash- ioning they yet attain much distinct- ion, tlclow tile.straight band of batiato tll.it tops the bodice is a strip of real Irish Insertion. Thn drawers are sim- ilarly adorned. Hoselten of white bn- tliitc lend a dainty tonch to.the nidnn of Of cdhrJie, sfioiild one prefer It. a daifh of color he In- troduced by iOltig cbiorcd ribbon. HIGH-GRADE PIANOS AND PLAYSR-PIANOS Ais'o bargain in slightly used. Piano.. HEINTZMAN CO. LIMITED. 403 5th St. S. Lethbrfdgc PHONE 582 The name m four guarantee; A REMARKABLE AND IMPRESSIVE LECTURE BY Walter Salter CANADIAN GENERAL MANAGER. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASJ'N. MA80N10 Y. M. C. A. TONIGHT-MONDAY, AT 8 O'CLOCK Coupled with the wonderful message now being published world-wide that MILLIONS NOW LIVING WILL NEVER bit, Is ihbther equally heirt-r.hefcri.-ia, that MULTITUDES NOW DEAO WILL ERE LONO BE BROUGHT TC) LIFE AGAIN, mothers, fathers, bi-otHers. sistirs; Husbands, wives and children, restored from death and the tomb with soiirid. healthy bodies. Do you doubt the possibility of this wonderful occurrence? Read John 11: 1J-44, and fUrfHer remind you of the Master's viarris: that "All that are in their graves shall hea- His voice and shall come forth.1' Would yout like to know WHEN ami HOW >.his Mighty Work will begin to take place? THEN HEAR THIS LECTURE. Send a Post Card re- quest for free copies of Wlldwlng tracts: tt'Iisre are tfie bead 1 Spiritism, Is It Dem- onism? Cyhimatles, Why Per- mitted? What Is a Christian? Arc His Stan- dards? International Bible Stu- 270 Dliridas, St. Toronto. MCAf TCD who is a. Lecturer of International repute, presents fchjs amusing subject in a logical and convincing manner, supporting his claims effectively by munerous references, td the SEATS FREE COME EARLY NO COLLECf 10K J ;