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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE POUR THE LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD Gbe Ixralb HltxrU AN0 WHKLV HINALD MMNTtNA COMFANV, LIHITtO M Mk LrthWM. Director TIIKFMONU itu Office............... i delivered, per week .IS delivered, .....l.u ty mall, per rear i.M kr nail, year...... LM by mall, per year lo U.S. 1W o way affecting the matter in which Is Iho ijirostion whcllier or no! j the Dominion Parliament lias tti poWers which it undertook to delcgat to lhe Board of Commerce. This much too important n matter to be treated with the unconcern wblcli is frl evidence at Ollana. To essay to abolish lhe Senate is one thing; to abolish the Senate is another, however much we discount the of that assembly. Mr. Ovard and family moved from the Crystal Lake dislrict today. He is going near Cranbroofc, B.C. to take up farming. Who said anything about preachers being absent minded. The local scribo has heard it whispered lhat a preacher well known in Coaldalo went-to Chin lo put on a moving picture show. He got there all right with everything except the pictures. ;lt Is now high time'that all sal up and look notice about, the Lyceum attractions of this month. On Mon- day. March 15lh, Morrisson's "Old Fashioned will be the'attrac- tion! These come highly recommend- ed and news from Duhl, Idaho, where t-hey have recently appeared gives them Iho highest praise. We might to a capacity house to hoar these gifted entertainers. On Friday. March 26th, Joel P. Easl- gives his ovcnlng'of cnlerlain- incnl in n. lecture of hunior, wit sinil wisdom. As local men have guaran- teed ihls 1-yceuin course to the tune its usual enlhiisiasrn both by buying _ and atlending. Thoac who a bravwl the rold lo hear Mr. Cravath Weils on his rom-so were more than repaid, and Fimilnr (reals await the in the two items immediate- ly. Tickcla may IIP secured (lie post ofliro nr al any "f the slotea, and if you talk nicely lo him II Is possible The best way to find a way lo a man'i heart Is said to be Ihrougli his stomach. In Punch, Home yenrs ago, tho given by one wife lo an- other In way of managing and placating husbands was "Feed (he brutes." The Drltish Government nrc applying the samo policy in regard lo Hussfa In raising the blockade ami to eelabllsh trade rela- tions -with lhe Jlolsticvlkl by tho im- portation: of food supplies. It Is evi- dently an application of the wisdom ia brutes." accompanied them opithe return trip. C, E, Henry his returned, to to take over the-matuwement of Henry week and are moving lo their farm I ents. Their mother, Mrs. Peterson purchased from Mr.-Crest, two, miles west, and one mile h'orth of Coaldale, just across the road, from Mr. J. Wells. Mr. J. C. Gray and' family from Powell, Wyoming, are moving to their farm formely owned by. Mr. T. P. Brown two and a bait mites 'soulb of Coaldale. _ Mr. L. G. Baldwin and -family of Powell, Wyoming have-moved to their farm two miles direct west of i the village. Mr. J. E. Baker and family of Powell, Wyoming are- now on their way to Coaldale. Mr. Baker has not yet bought land but is so well impress- ed with local prospects that he is mov- ing up with a full equipment. Several ot the new comers from Wyoming tried to come overland in Fords and automobiles but even Iho former had to be abandoned and the journey completed on tho train. Whilst we sympathize with their 'difficulties and Walker. Mr. Henry baa spent the winter in Portland, Oregon, where he was; engaged in real eatate business. The roads have.' been rendered al- most impassable by the snow siora that has been in progreM here for some days, as the wind has drifted the snow into the' roads. In conse quence the town has.been rather quiet lately, outside of many private dances and parties that been given dur- ing the past week. -Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gordon enter- tained a number of their friends at a dance held at 'their residence on Saturday night, iFeb. 21st. Out of town gucfcts Included 'Mrs. Stanley Gordon of and Miss Urch of Nobleford. Mr. and Mrs. Guy ..Denbigh gave a delightful dance on Wednesday even- ing, Feb. 25th, In honor of Ibelr guest, Mrs. Denbigh's niece, (Mlw English of Vancouver, whrr'has just recently re- turned from a visit to her old home in England, and Is spending a few weeks with relatives and friends here. The staff of the Canadian Rank of Commerce held a dance In their quart ers over the banX office on Wednesday the 3rd instant. Aboat thirty gueits were present, and thoroughly enjoyed the dancing and dainty luncheon. The committee in charge of the social evening ot the I.O.O.F. are hold- ing Iheir fourth monthly wblrt drive and dance In their hall tonight. These evenings are becoming yery popular and lhe Hall's capacity Is tiled to the utmost to accommodate all who wich to take advantage of the entertain- ment. RECALL, TROOPS ST. PAUL, Minn., March re- call of the state troops oa strike duty nt International Falls was ordered to- day by Governor Barnijulfit, on recom- mendation of .the acting iherlV, .and Major W. C. Carts, assistant attorney- general. Tbe troops hare been there since December 11 to check threatened disorders In connection with a strike of rallwaymen. RADICAL LEADER JAILED DULtrril, Minn., March Jack Carney, alleged radical loader, wai sentenced lo two years in tho federal penitentiary at (.eavenworth, Kansas, this afternoon, by Judge Page Morris, In United Stales dln'.rlct court Carney was found on Tharsd.Jy of having atlempled lo obstruct "en- listments rturlng the._war and ol hav- ing sought to encourage disloyalty. I GRrtEAYOUIH Poets at at GrwJca IFtMi 6w Corropoxltnl) GJUMUBA, March a iW lllaM from pnetimonia tha at occurred at Bade., MoxUy, 23rd. brought to his M at GTMlM aM In the etmtltry Tlie wac in Mr. BaJtoy cK EUlkom. The betac Utttrs. Victor Frledenban, Ma- loy, WHtktr and FVIedenburg. His toatfc aa a great ahock to count- i friendi Is tae vicinity he was wtwied by all who knew him. The of the entire community Is to hta parents. Mr. and -Mrs. William Scott and Mends by hit death. A. N. Sprinlile who be.en sick with 'flu for the past two weeks is DOW able to be around again. Mr. Jack' and Ixiuie Carlson were KtzEXom vtslt9rs Monday. Alonzo Sewal returned from fiegina last weelc. We are glad' to report Jlr. Joe Scott is improving from a severe at- tack of pneumonia? His brother, Wil- liam is ill wllh 'flu, necessitating a viail from Dr. Munroe Monday, i Mr. Eyerett Langrice Is ill wilh 'flu. Mr. John Lamoureaux Tuesday with a carload of effects for Oregon 'here he lias purchased a fruit ranch. George Balfour returned-from Cal- gary this week, where be has been spending the winter. 'Messrs. Radgely, Kordean and Drag- loo-, were business visitors in Winnl- fred Tuesday. Mr. Noaki met with' a serious accident on Saturday and watt taken to Medicine Hat bospHal. His many frietids .wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. George Thorpe of Etzlkom a tew days in the vicinity this week. l- Mr. Tom Prowse made a business trip to Bow Island Monday and Tues- day. Mr. 'William Newcomb is spending daya IB Medtetm Hat. Everything of a order ens been Indefinitely poftponed owing to the 'flu, which is prevalent in the dlatrtct. Mr. Dahl Carlson was i. Bow Island visitor Monday. Ramor ha> it that the Pleasant Ytow post ofltce to be lo Mr. John Welgle. PICKED UP IN lASSJNG MAK B. 0. Loughlln, finite Maker at Yorker, dead. There 1000 funerals IB Toronto lu February. Rev. W. A. parish prkit ot Merrlckville, pat., is dead. Wni. Scott, formerly principal o! ToroWo Normal School, is dead. An Section at the Strat- ford Chamber ot Commerce was or- ganized. Francis E. Harrison. aaslxUat pott- matter, hai been promoted to the posi- tion ot postmaster al Vancouver. John Ljtte, the oldest native ol Ot- tawa, Is dead. Ha was born there in 1S32. Dr. C. Gordon Hewitt, Dominion Entomologist ami son-in-law of the late Sir Frederick Borden it J. W. Buckler at the Toronto Labor Temple that'the party o( Ontario -would take no dictation from the Trades Union movement. In a sermon to Rotarlans at Eaton .Memorial Church. Toronto. Hev. C. A. Willfums declared that tho Rotary clubs had been raised up by God to fulfil a special mlsalou. Under the auspices ot tie Botanic Garden Committee ot the University ol-Toronto, a-meeting expressed its approval ot the proposal to establish a botanic garden in Toronto. Patrick R. Owens, the first and only Reeve o[ Chisholm township, first elected in 1312, died.of 'flu and pneu- monia. Ottawa barbers have added Be to SARCR S. 1W> the of a loakuu We, A ihava fill U itead ot lie. The Toroato Newaboyi' ynios cided to their for Th< New York American and llaue aato here. A "eanaed" debate on ot Nations featured ot Cwitral Republican Club ia Harlem. Rival tiroafh the medium ot (he martlne ward, pounded Iheir attendee ot the Ikm. No declalon ni'auoiuced. WITH aoaeiu makM to then- miul a 'toad reaton why UlU li to popnlar. That to the quality ot de- The famooi ft costs lets than you tiint 'Atk tor prices and euy payment terms. Style BooUet iFrem Our' Own ETZIKOM, March and Mrs. Salmon and little daughters returned home from Lethbridge last nig Mr. Bert Collier arrived Bom-! yes- tirdar with his bride. num ber of friends gatiicrcd at the station to congratulate the happy couple. Mr. and Mrs. Collier are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Casley at present. Mr. Arthur Erdman returned home from Wisconsin, where' he had been called by his brother's sickness, but his brother was dead before he got there. Mr. Tom Anderslde. and Mr. George Dock also returned home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. T. .Spencer'returned home after taking their little daugh- ter to Medicine Hat to be operated on for appendicitis. Mr. Marsh returned from Lethbrldge yesterday, where be has been spend- ing the lail tew weeks. Mr. G. Allls left for Calgary this morning. ?'frs. Caihoun returned home to Foremost this morning. LUDENDORFF GOES TO RUSSIA; TAKES LARGE STAFF WITH HIM LONDON, March Lud- endorff, erstwhile head of the German military system, has' passed through Finnish territory oa "tils way to. Rus- sia, according to a Helsingfors dis- patch to the Central News. The gen- eral was accompanied by a large stiff, the message adds. Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head CpWt, Son Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments. Apply freely to the just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S O.PEN-TRATE SALVE is also an Excellent Germicide for tha Nose ud Throat It should be applied tb the nostrils so that yoo will be continually inhaling the vapors while .in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other public places an epidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve before tlie genus can reach the throat FOR THE SICK Place One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S SALVE In a hot wmcerinthe sick room. The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated salve makes breathing easyfor the patient. It induces sleep and isji great comfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, Cddei Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumoafc. The Healing Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and is very comforting. Price 3Sc per box. If your Druggist hasn't any, 35c in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Company, 193 Spadina Ave.., Toronto, and a full-size box will be mailed to you promptly. Great Service in Footwear THFFiS .i proper care of them, beticr ami gfvo Ion -cr look per pair. scrv-cc. Ho have these priced from 15c'lo fllso ASK 70 BE FITTED FOR ALL W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING LENTEN FOOD Macaroni is the perfect answer to the food require- ments during tlie Lenten season. because you can prepare it in over 100 o{ the most delicious and appetizing dishes you ever ate, MACARONI isspeeinlly welcome at. this when from animal food is Llic rulo. A foed fur hungry, rieh or Orrfer paekige your Qnctr, ;