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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNRSOAY, MARCH 10. W20 THE LRTHHIUiX'iK DAILY UEllALb PAGE JOKE orations liero and will likely remain until tho big crop shows up. J. T. Peat and family have return- ed from eastern Canada where Jim went under a ellgnt operation. (From our Hilling to immagor' Standard DAYTON. March Bank has returned trom Toronto, Goldlo Cresa taE gone to Orion lolwheio he attended the banking con resume her duties on the teaching there. .1. Fryo hag returned from the Sluies to looK alter his farming op- ference. We understand the Standard Bank at Stirling will Bhortly ho taken (rom under the New Dayton Jurisdiction eud a permanent staff put there to handle the fast Increasing business of that branch. Although the district is free from 'tlu or other serious sicknesses MoCallum hns heen kont fairly busy for BOate time past 'here and there. What would we do without Doc. any- way? 0. L Atkins baa been again elected reeve ot the municipality. The right man In the right place again. Another was in tjie hQll last, night and was veil attended as usual. When Mr. Dsiis gets his steam heating piaiH la work ing order it. will be a great improre ineut.' We hear approximately 2.5W) tons I ol hay has heen shipped in here this i winter. Something for tho opponents j of if there are ponder over. Follow One Another To Epidemic is Serious Keep Baby's Woollens t 1- and Sweet Even little garments are dear now you must make them last, and of course you want, them always soft and comfy the important, wee person. The little woollens need never shrink a thread never stiffen or. grow thick -not after repeated washings if you cleanse them in the pure, creamy Lux It's so simple to whip (the delicate Lux flakes into a, rich suds so simple to squeeze the suds through the little garments then take them out absolutely sweet and fresh. i Lux is on sale at all Grocers, Departmental Stores, A handy lili'c tedps booklet entitled, "The Cart of Dainty Clolhcs" u'ill be gladly sail free an request. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. TORONTO. (iovernmcnt' Detectives Have JJeeti liusy in iJliiirmore District ra March ment detectives who have been -work- Ins Hroinid Hlaiimure and dislrlct for several days past were ihe means ol summoning several of the dispensers of "joy water" .who have K in this district for a long-time. There were seven cases in all anc were triod at the A.P.P. headquarters at Coteman on .Monday afternoon he fore Major Burrell travelling magls irate. Fivo of tho seven offenders M'ert! fined J125.00 and costs. while the two rather cases were postponed ifut'jre date. 'J. who succeeds Mr. r1 of thi' Ulairmore school district entered up on his duties Monday. The funeral of the late Mrs. .O daughter of Mlko Rossee o BlBirmore, who died in too Blalrmori hospital of cancer of UID stomach las Thursday took p'laco on Friday. Intel oient betrjg in. th'e Blairmore Catholi cemetery. The Elalraore Golf club has rjee the coming geaso and will no .doubt make. a., itself on thfe TRrfouft out Ihe district. (From Our Own Man-ii K. Strante who left district last nil to up his residence lu Eng- and htt returned to I'laresholiii with U Albert says that this Is ood enough for him and is quite octinted to settle down again to the Ircnuous life. 0. CMseo. one of the oldest iraers of this district died here lust at ihe ripe old age of 85. Due ,-eok later his wife followed him to he Great Beyond. Mr. and Mra. ilscn were a very inurh rcscacted ouple in this dtstj-tct. L'ntil last year ils old couple lived on their farm outli of town and (hen Ihcy moved o the houee that Mr. Olson purchas- d a few years ago in Claresholm to pend tho halance of their lives. The 'flu is still in our midst and a few leases Is of a very serious ituio. Mrs. Thompson, wife of the lev. G. Thompson of the Lutheran hurch. Is very low at the time of writing. Tho greater part of tho caec-a fire progressing favorably. The body oC tho late Gilbert Smith who cited here last week with the 'flu was shipped- to Iowa, his old homo for is felt for the the .deceased as (he children ire' ve'ry young, and Mrs. Smith is not In very good health at the present line. advertised for Wedaeiday last. rat- the farm of A. J. Srawfdrd' has postponed on ac- count of "cold .breather until Saturday 13th lust." The continuous1 shows of the ten days-are just about as welcome to the farmers as could possibly ho. The snow that lias fell of late haa entire- ly cohered the ground and bids well to fill all-.the sloughs that have been dry past 6 or G years. homas Guy has hecn released irom quarantine where has heen held foY 10 days' with dipthcria; KdjvartJ' Slcvergon- an old timer in the StaY'ely' district has returned to this country. He'has taken a position with J M Soty in hi general tore Mr. to'move hi family, lo Claresiolm7. in a ONTARIO HOLSTEIN BR'EAKS VWORLD RECORD BKOCrTVILLE, Hftrch Avondile farm hord ot Holatefn Frieslans, owned by A.'C.'Hardy, and'acXno'wledged among the finest oh the continent, has scored another triumph, Sylvia has hj-oken the .world's cham- pionshlp tor sixty days' pro- ductlon of milk, as well as butter. Her last slity days totalled 4.S34.7 pounds of Containing. 219.52 pounds of butter, which Is the world's record b ya fiubstanllal margin. under control, would form an eSectlve barrier between Turkey and the H Jish-controlled Persian project to route to India. Therefore diplomats hero assert that they would not be sur prised to hear of an autonomous or even an independent Kurdestan re ceirtag the support of Great Britain. Baalim Motor Co. hivo a Untiled supply of tires In all sizes at a dis- count ol Secure yours Advertisement. THE NEW YALE FOR GOOD MEALS Well Prepared and Served Well. Popular Prices. Ott Block 212 5th St. S. Infhxenza CluJwi.m onc.who has Jiot.'had can realize! thpsuffennj> jl how J-knoW of 'nothing that wil such prompt relief as Clya'nirJerlairrs Cough Remedy, fb when it-is taken the pain in the cheat the fever sub- sides and the whole body becomes Then again, the after elfecTi of Influenza are'often even more distressing itself, but-they can be avoided you use W'" Though (Ke grea'cft danger from tlrb, disease is Pneumonia I tavG never known a single case of Influenza to result in it whe Remedy was freely given. The persistcn cough tliiit frequently follows Influenza can he relieved Chamberlain's Cough, Remedy, and should not be allowed t frun on until il becomes woutleaome." Earnest A and Bur Great Sacrifice i ecia! Delayed Correspondence) lYSlNASifc', March S. The fiifietAl of PniCFi A.' Rowley was held from the iMasinasm.UuIoa church ut I csilajv 2, the Uobt. Griffith The -respect ant] osleein 'in which ttie young man was who knew him was deeply shown by the many beautiful flowers. niains were. hikMoi rest in. the 1 deceased was very, highly're-' ..pcct.ed-ty all, having grown lo yomig manhood- thiij, crjinninnity, Ernt'Si was in Oakland county. Michigan, and jrt the age of 8 yearn ho ciini'e lo with his people in tho 19IW.-- HcTCsirteil hRfe until lust siinnnfr ho niovoti lo ;U plilce, he sjucc lived. He died las( Siiturriay of pneumonia. is'flie youngest aon'of our postnlrtsier and Mrs. Howlcy. lie 1 nHJiirn his loss a father, Cdhdautinople.i Press Attack Kurd LcafcW'on Religious GrbSrids We hare these tires in large: quantities jaat before the raise in! price, we are giving you the benefit of it Baaltra Motor Co. COXSTAVIXOPLE. March Associated Turkish press is much, agitated over the un- derslandlnif, uelivien the Arrnenians ad the Kurds and the efforts of the Kilrdlsh lexers ,jin Paris to obtain autonomy for Kurdestan. v I Abdul- Kador EfTeadi.--representing Kui'destan in the senate, when ap- proached by journalists, confirnied the agreoiricTlt betwcenV the Armenians, arid t'lie'kiinlK fighting. He also .stoutly ciofcaded' K'urde'slan's C'onSeniierclly Alidul; Kador Effendi has becotne the storm center t6r-thb rage of the MnsRClman wMch ifi fiuotinfmany niessagss' frorii' Ihe KnrdB, do not'desire loj hfeak away from ttit eiiliphate.; Abdul Kador says'the leaders of J the Society for Ihe Betjcrnicn of Knrrles- liiri. which Is genc'raily supporled, do uoi want to'abandon religious connec- .tion .with. Constaiitfnoplo, but .lhal be- molhei'-nnd tlircc sisferfif Mrs. Harvey Veva anil Lillian, all of Masin- ayiji and th'ryb .brothers. Virgil. Harry and George of Coaldalo, The Byinpalhy (if Ihe ivho'.c cortiinunity is cxtendu'd to the her caved parents, brothers and sisters. Tlif. funerxl of Mrs. was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, >iarch I is'not a part of (he Olloman Snf. Tin' Hev. H. (JnffHh j aml the Mussulman .world? R that an Ottoman acnator j 'of tho notoriously irntfon thoy want 'political autonomy. Tho TiirMsh insist (hat it. la proposf-'il to sever religious ties and they attack tho Kurdish leaders on roMglouB grounds. Tho Mirror of Opinions says: Hurley "What good can conift to Kurdeslan, rest ENDURANCE mrel la a Oay, One (o fell tho rftl Mt-otl, ftirpnirlh rinrl i.'.il inttbr ihtf IITldG tottt Nu phyil trffk lip tlirlr znratoi fhi-ni A In York, tb pUnJ, ihntfoliflp maU TJ, re'l-lifoodrfl ;lnxrlmui lMag no r-ea iron, it Iron i Ifirce niUiail p vAn. fortneTJr anf1 (Oiil.IooV ly ully, and H his by s-jch men as Jjn nf IV I'ianUt; UnitH W. Atkinson, of (he Courl of .Hjimi of WasMnsbn; atjo former Wm, R. Kerr, of froii fs dispensed kf, SOLD IN THIS CITY BY J. D. HIOINBOTHAM. CO., LTD., OHUGUI IBTS. The reinnina wore laid to ho Masinnain cnrnetc'ry. Mi'.s. Hurlfy wa? just, rucovoritifc from HII fllrarh of at; the home o! si friem! at when" she rcceivMl lhat a family of ir I end a at MasinEisin were sick and without, aid. She nt once hurried to thoJr hcda'Je. arriving'SiuiJay njorn- liiK al' 1 and hnd a rohipse with- in iwti .days, which proved She dird Sunday ovcnhifc just a Vrfirk following her nrrivKl. Mrs. Hurlrt' Icnvps (0 iimlmi II-T loss, a UrOthcr, three hrcjthera, Ihiea all of Nova ScoIIa. The sympallty of the whole coin- nuintiy out to the family of so hraveiy sacri'iccd her life for hrr friends. SEED GRAIN FOR THE WEST I Tlw Dtimininn HectI I'urchaslnc jniroissiori has inircliasoil and r'or-1 bushels of wheat in the I erntncn'. elevators at Calgary, j knfoon and Moose -law. The quan- tity of osits owned the coimnifision i? more 'han SOO.Oi'sO hiIHheir., o' whicli Etored in ffiljjury. The ion 3tlll bnyini; onta, (he bulk of Uio hftin.? mado in Ihr oM.s- prow-fhg districts east of oasfcaloon. Tiin wheat hftid in elevator in Cals.iry is a superior qual- ity of weighing on an aver- ago of 67 poundH to the Inmliel. K'urthfir purchases of oals and liar- Icy will- be made, a premium ot u oushol paid on N'o. 1 seed oath. conta a biishfl on No, 2 seed S cents on nliould 'cherish Jiiich ideas." Tho nomadic population of less than a million, it is claimed, is incapable of terming an fixpi-caslon of public opinlon and diplomats acatmlnted with Turkey's affair.-, gen orally regard tho Kurdish autonornouK movement the crealfon of n sinaU political cHquo which they dccltifo is endeavoring (01 liieko nctt'cr jobs for themselves. At autonomous or indnpcndent Kurdes- tan. it la argued, connecting on the nnrth wllh nn Independent Armenia, and- on the nonth with Mesopotamia stock of A MITCHELL NURSERY COMPANY, COALqALE, will be sold, out this spring re- cost and -will be sold for far leas'than U cost to raise them. I have undertaken to clean the entire growing atock this Spring'undvlbls will bo tno Opportunity to secure strictly home grown reliable Nursery V Tp thoso who can take thn .trees direct from tho Nursery themssekss at tho tlmo ot riig- low prices will all cost of packing and shipping will avoided. Thla la an opportunity lo secure tho most VUardy nuraory stock -it 13 possible ,to grow at Bariwla- ingly low prices. Do'Not Buy Imported Nursery Stock can coma right to trie Nursery anJ secure them al'prftcMcfllly your own price. T'rlcjfe lOita will he giver, upon 'Address all eiiQulr- ies Frank Knapp COALDALE, ALBERTA PHONE R616 GROVE'S Q-PEN-TRATE SALVE OPSBS the Pares aid Cells, HeU nodic Croap, Sore Throif, Stiff Reek, Emote and kindred ailments. Apply freely le the skli just ever the affected parts end rub H ta The FOURTH CDHTEST 'QUIPS' The Fourth ContMt will be as follows: From ANY advertisement either alisslfM or display In THURSDAY, MARCH 11th, ISSUE, select any two cr three (not more than then make up a "quip" of not more than four words hlv'ng a bsaring on the words selected. THE FIRST AND LAST WORDS of the "quip" must start with letters contained Fn the words selected. The other words may start with any letter. EXAMPLES Below we give four examples showing what Is meant. (These examples must not be used.) 1 Words Selected Dairy "Quip" Words Selected Words Selected "Quip" fellow and Millinery Opening adles all CxclUd Words Selected Fully House Qwner a Lucky Mzn Car of Sugar Goon Sold Aut You will see that In the above examples has a bearing on the words selected, and also the FIRST and LAST words of Vie "quip" start with a letter contained In the selected words. Each competitor may in but all must be written on the one of paper. The prizes of and will b: awarded M the senders of the three bett "quips." Only one prize-, however, will be 'awarded to any one competitor and the Contest Manager's decision will be final. Particulars of tha advertisement from which the words are selected rrjust be given. Envelopes must be addressed to The Competition Depart- ment, Lethbr.ldge' Herald, Lethbridje, Alberta, and must be received not later than 12 o'clock noon on Monday, March 15th. Most of the cook- ing sister gives us comes in a red and yellow box from the ghxer ToAiriES P. LUND SON LUMBER) and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES] HEAD OFFICE: Lethbridge, Alberta YARDS AT Lethbridge, Macleod, Coaldale, Chin, BarnwetL ONE OF MR, LUND'S LOGS. AEROPLANE LOO, 11 FT. 4 DIAMETER AT SMALL END, ;