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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA Uli NOT THU LBTHBKllXiK DAILY HERALD PAGE That is One Greatly in its Favor Declares Prof. Cutler itxm tout of moisture to OOP lun of dry matter. AditreiMn were alto by Irtputy Mlnlnter It A. Cralf, Hugh Mcluto.h. a It. Strickland ud Bedford. WIN OUT AT TABEK Picture of the Beating TTwtr Swordi Into Plowtharw a Staff Kejiortt'r) CIIA.MI'IO.V, Mar. Two lull cars or farmers ami lu-ai'd til-; lectures at Champion noun. The (.ItfliidancM easily readied (he -25 marl: .Two of (ho best ings of Ihi? entire wore lii.'Id hevo. I .At tins point Prof. Cutler nnd'Mr. Stewart. i'f liio Dominion Scot! Branch, tho train tor IJrooks. thuy (Krfim Our Own f.orr't pondent March local Ocbiilrru proved thrlr convections on Tuesday night when Ihoy defeated our 'I'lilur friends debating the sulv- Ji-ut, "Kosolvi'd thai military training .-liDUld be taught in the public schools." debaters all handled their in viiry creditable man- ucr. Barmrell supported ufflrma- 'live. Our ,r. F. A. local lield Us regular monthly puicting on Thursday night. The of purchasing alfalfa seed was discussed Quite and various topics of minor Importance were taken up. Mrs. Zella Johnson will tal-a part In a farm institute be- thcn gavo svlmm IeuUr8 im It'ld nmi.'.r tha auspices tho, 0( women's Institute, on the sub. Ject of "'e status of tho women Heturo leaving Prof. Oiuler address-1 Alberta I -.1 tho farmers on crop production. He; Ths Women's Institute hare plans' said that wn imvn no reason for coin- .laint n, ,mdoi. Wiiv for fafl. (o be Canada as condi- 118xt and are to eiert tiie Or. Prof. Cutler lutot necessity moisture by intelligent summerfallow am IB not over capitalized. Thc folks f, and that will a long way toward ,loi. the ausptces the woman's Iu-i proved to be very I jiroieasoi. In every detail. It howaver, required i pointed otit the abso- a couple of (hc would-be-married i conserving the SWaln to tne pep ,nlo ,t chick -.....--------m-- Asplund boing disqualified for an in-'. which was ilie old bakoshop. iias been i Grass. in the Winnipeg Free Press Evening Bulletin. Give This to a Constipated Baby Why Dr.Caldwell't LuiUve Syrup Pepwn U Constipation RcnMdy with to Many YOUNG Mothers in the inidit of lirinpinij up a family of small children should eon- t-iticr it a duty to the of the various remedies i'oi1 coiistipation. This is the ail- ment imr-t common amonjr chil- (iren, and it often loads to serious It is iiiiportniit for Hie mollu'i1 tn know tho rijjht reinady to for they differ widely in action. Children do not take kindly to drastic drugs, valt waters, calo- mel, physics, castor oil, carthar- tics, mercurialiamlsuch things, unit Ihey finddirficulty in swal- lowing thcee harsh medicines even wlien disguised in sugar- conted tablets or nilis. It is not only that the child doesn't like the l.iste, but these drugs are so violent that they wrench the little system. They should not be given to children. Thousands of wise mothers, r having tried many things. give only a combination of simple herbs with pef known to druggists us Dr. Cald- simple herbs with popsin, known to druggists us Dr. Cald- wcll's Laxative Syrup Pepsin. The formula is on the package. It is a mild, remedy, free from all narcotics, that relieve! constipation and iu such as headache, colds, iever, indigestion, lott of appetite and sleep, and U Pepsin is as effective in constipation, as mild and gnrtlt; i it ucthnt on And safe, as I claim. Let suchwritcmt for a sampie. Ic tiill bz sent fcosttviidL. Simply say "Dr. W. B. ;p Front Street, Bridgehurg, Ont.: Send ft free trial of your Dr. CaUwwZfr Laxatitu Syrup Pepsin and ffcv your name and addrtss, 7 witf KC that the rest is attended to entertainment whero they the I of great merriment throughout I (lie evening and seemed to enjoy them- solves as if they were as much mar- j J'iccl r.s the rest of those preBont. COLEMAN MAY HAVE A "BROTHERHOOD" SOON redecorating "They WORK while you sleep" (From Our Qwh Correspondent) COLEMAN. Mar. T.-There was a splendid congregation at the Institu- tional church to hear Mr. J. T. Mac- Donald speak on the Brotherhood Movement. Mr. MacDonald is presi- dent of Church, Brotherhood. 1 Calgary, and takes a very keen inter- est in all its activities. Me gave a very forceful address, j pointing the ideals, aims and objects I'Speolal to The [feniMi I of Brotherhood. The audience listen- GRASS, Mar. S.-A rtin- ea with rapt attention and were par- ning battle, in which bootleggors with Interested when he spoke of'cargoes of.Canadian whiskey are fin- block. The store has- had a new hard I drcled aroutld the hills m floor put in and Charllo Oranam is j lleilrlv baclc to where the lirat i was captured. It was then that Sheriff McLeod grabbed a rifle belonging to i the captured car owners and riddled tho radiator; of the returning car. 1 letting the water out. The engine soon stopped and the chase was over. Upon examination the cars proved to contain twenty cases of bonded Canadian whiskey each. The men were turned over to the federal au- tliorities at Hardin, and save in their names as Ed. Brown, John Smith and I Fred Jones, giving Great Falls as tliotr place of residence. The damaged automobiles were Montana Sheriffs Take Rum- Runners With All Their Supply abandoned at Lodge Grass. the practical work that was being iu I complished by this organization. Tha pastor, the Rev. D. K. Allan thanked i Mr. .MacLlonald for his vlult and his ally captured, caused something of the old-time thrills of former battles with bad men of the old-time west, Forum were experienced by Sheriff John Me- j Editor Herald Lelhbridge. -Alia., Mar. 4, 1531. timely ami inspiring addrens. Mrs. and Undersheriff. Carl LonV of reference to a recent MucDonald accompani-J panied her hnsband i Big Horn county, a few da io Colsman and they were the guests tif the manse. Aa a result of the visit a Brotherhood may be started In the immediate future. The liov. M. Walker preached In 'St. Alban's, Church of England on Sunday evening. As there Is some difficulty in secur- ing; house accommodation, Rey. Walk- er and family cannot move into the Pass, and are.still residing iu High River. It is hoped that BOOH, a house may bo secured In Blalnnore and then Mr. Walker will jfya regular ser- vice at Coleman and fliainnore. At the institute meeting held last Thursday, Mrs. ,1. 0. C. MacUonald gave a most interesting jmper on j "Canada." It was much enjoyed by i all the ladies present. The cotnmit- ago. The difference, however, was that Vain poisoning case and the verdict found by