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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ?PAGE TWELVE THE DAILY IzERALD MARCH 1021 PETER USES HISTONGUE BY THORNTON W. iURQESS to rut Sis tongue to use For isnuranie has uo escuse. Rthliit. Satisfied that Bears' {A Record of the Part Played By Buik of Commerce Staff Men in Great War Few war hooka imbllaheil in any country compare iu exce'.Ienco of tuste and of >a-orlonunahtp with this jofmorial vohimo recently pub- i lishei) by The CauatlK" Bank of Com- {merco; oor have we scon ono moro thorourtly permeated with the noble i spirit which innplrcd so many tbcus- lands of yo.uns Canailians to go forth j and do battle for the surriVtil of lib- jerty and humarflty in this world. A preface by Sir'.Iohn Aird, general i manrtKer, shows how honvy a tool the (war took of the natiou-u'ide institu- tion whose clestiuies he helps to df- rcet. The Actual number of bank ofti- jccrs who undertook war sen-ice was i 1701, and the fallen among them totals 233. Such contribution from the (officers of a single institution, widely j ramified though it be, focuses atten- tion on the sacrifices made by the Dominion as a whole. i In scanning the list of names it is impossible to overlook the large num- ber of enlistments from the Western branches of the Bank, oace more illus- trating completely tho spirit of the West coincided with, the patriot- ism and sacrifice that was kindled throushoat the British Umpire by the war. A very valuable feature is to be tn courw of and un-jtt llrsi Iu clain. Tti 'dtriUnd will ihortly. of wan BID lutormcd that volumn will bo hy I'rof. ot L'nlvem- Imllar In to volumo We ut All clami of (ondilenlly prtphosy that Iho runi-1 Uerofordi .vvn well flllsd. Choice pluted work will runk M a iraluable ivrrvcUou 551. owned by J. A. and unlquo contribution to mm- tary anaals of the Dominion. j TRIM BARNWELL, 43 TO 27 Whwland, ot wu brM la wan. AHUM KaMu, n, M4, owntd by J. K. Palmur, ot Artland, Wai award- ed rlbboni for (bo beat Itwls, any afc, In thli tlaM. teacher school has not started yet. foucd in the many pages of fine-toned The bis shows in the Grain school portraits, not only of the dead but of the Ust Saturday of every month j survivors who were awarded military are a great attraction iu this country j honors. The plsce of honor is rightly and people from all Districts turn out and help take a part in the play. Eierybody reports an enjOTable time, i Farming operations were pretty sacrifice of tho highest order well started-; in this district before j Grougie during the terrible e given to the late Edmund Be "Wind, who was awarded the victoria Crosi for valour and self- near ngage- the storm but the snow fall stopped i munis of March, 191S. Though a sec- work. The farmers aro all Ond li'euteaant in the Koyal Irish looking toward a bis crop for 1021. 1 Rifles when killed, Edmund De Wind There Is a lot of fall rye sown here and most of it is looking good, and there will be quite a bit of wheat sown this spring. Oats are scarce. first enlisted as a private at Edmonton and won his promotion by sheer mer- it. A glance at the faces of the boys, both from the East and from the Ingle, secretary-treasurer, htis been spending the winter in Cali- fornia. Mr. Insle Is expected home about April first and .then operations will begin. failed to win toe coldest of andlucei. Mi voice hu thit beauty al tone anil mellowness of quality combined with sympathetic touch. His singing Peter. at winter and I didn't put foot until I a short tim 'Hat Man Improving Farms- Other News of Town retorted Buster Bear. "If vou'll take bought out the transfer line owned by Sullivan and cxpeci to tak-j it over Mr. Kirkby does not rely upon his set- tings to carry' his numXers This, as one cannot fail to realise, means study of the hardest kind, and one has heard him in his fara- 1 uug "Evening ui! there is al- i ways the desire left tot- more. To j an impression of this and to maintain the standard through-; (jttt a Ions program proves, without j doubt, that Harold Kirby is indeed an jiviist. i Dennte Uacrmond, it pianist .who has arrived from the Old Country onpecial- J.V for this tour, will accompany Mr. Kirby in all songs and in .this alone he proves himself to br> accom- plighed at the art, .but as an added attraction included in tlic program aro That iic terms 'Photo are a series clover novel re- productions of some of our favour! to .ideas and arc very cleverly interpret- ed by Mr. Raymond. Tickets are now available, already many have been applied for, BO that those claim to be music lovers aud can truly appreciate ao artistic program this nature, should no Urae and at once secure their Meats, i Farmer May Lose Use of Arm As An Accident (From Our Own Correspondent) ST. in this district arc rejoicinjs over a fonr-inch snow, fall in the past few days. The snow was soft and is ail going in the gronnd. W. E. Hutchins of Claririda, Alta., met with a serious accident when the horse which he waa riding fell and tramped him in a snow bank and bad- ly broke and smashed ono of. his anus. It .ia thought that he will never have the use of his arm again. Word has been received here of the sickness ot Mrs. Fairbanks' daughter, living at Gold Creek, Montana, vcher'e Mrs. Fairbanks lias gouci to to Robt. Fairbanks through caunot fail to Impress one with Coults en route to Gold Creek, lion- admiration for tho wealth of stunjy tana, where he will join bia wife. j manhood portrayed. Our dipping vat association is very The volume gels its titlo from a nap- auiet owing to the fact that Geo. puy inspired plan which originated with. Tho, Canadian Bank of Com- merce during the War. In 1915, when its "business family" overseas began to assume enormous proportions, the idea waa conceived of periodically publishing In brochure, form, extracts from their letters, telling their ad- ventures, somo grave, some gay, some unimaginably tragic. The number ot these brochures total eleven, all of had been edited, as a labor ot lorn by Jlr. C. L. Foster of tho heart office staff. It was subsequently de- to give these letters permanent form and Mr. W. S. Duthie, who had seen service at the front, undertook the task of re-arranging the letters and preparing the necessary explana- tory notes. The result Is a veritable mine for future essayists and historians who inay undertake the task of analysing and celebrating tlie spirit that animated the youth of Canada iluring those never-to-be-for- gotten years 1914 to 191S. In these pages the lands speak with a candour that carries conviction what they experienned and endured. Their non- chalance is amazing. Here one speaks briefly and without emphasis being burled alive with se'veral companions, and HudinB himself the only onrf left alive when dug out. Another dismis- ses honors in this wise: "I suppose you heard I was awarded the Military Cross. I have since been recommend- ed for a bar toit. What neit? D-----n funny world, isn't it? But these rib- bons are hot stuff with the girls." Ever the same note of coolness, mod- esty and resolution. But If one to undertake the task ot making char- acteristic quotations it would prove very lengthy indeed. To the lover of well-made books, "Letters from the Front" is a joy in- deed, and its publication was under- taken as a tribute due to those whose services it records. It will not be placed on sale; but Is a sonvenir gift i from The Canadian ,'Bank of Com- taking advantage of the mild weather wo are I enjoying, and construction work on tha severnl business blocks and resi- dences under fowrse of erection advancing rapidly. Sir. A. L. McGregor. ci' farms, an.'l Mr. Norman Porter, of Laud S'll3-i Effpaiimtut ot C. L. and I. Co., i this wee'k. Mr. t a. few days in tov.'n Smith, of Lomonil, o pur. j .raerco to_ tlio relatives of Ita t'aileu, chasing'a business site anrl intends carrying on a painting and decorating business liere. Both lumber yards aro busy places these days. Mr. Bussard Is erecting stables on his farm at the edge of town. j Pessimists. drouEUts. cutworms and j 'OP failures are oil classed under the i same category here: 'em. and to those lads .of equal bravery who "came through." A second (biographical) volume is fen don't have I her. Baseball Beit, and although we are j Mr and Mrs Bert. Coslan were busy buil'ling up a new town %ve ,'j-ill J tors at. the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. place a team in' tile Held that will I MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative (Speclal TABKK, -Mar. Tabor hoopers won from bamwell last night by :i store of 45-'J7. Although there was it blusard there was a good crowd iu attendance who enjorvd the game very much. j The gume started off witli a rush j and it was anybody's scoro until tbo I last minute in thti first half and then I Tabor nosed ahead. Tho first hall'! stood 23-19. I Taber rushed things in the second half and was soon sato. Con- rad played u sood same- t'abo Harris waa the bis basket geiter, net- j ting 2.1 points. Johnson, the bits centre i mau, was all there uud bud Ills man leading a merry life. Henry Price, the best guard, in Southern Alberta'was in the pink oE condition and liel'I his j mau down tn u and Herschell VunOrman, although ho; hasn't played for two years, but lie j played a whirlwind game. i Tho Barnwell boys played against! luck., in the last half and couldn't find the basket. Peterson was the star for them. Leith Johnson also played a fine game, and the guards all played well j but it wouldn't hurt them any toj practice a little more. Ira Hart-is was j not on deck as he had a sore foot. Line up Harris, ?1; II.} VaaOrman. f., Natheu Johnson, i-., S; Henry Price. 0; Lewis Conrad, B, Peterspn, f., 1-1; Seth Johnson, f., 9; W. Jobuson, c., 4; O. Johnson, g., C: J. Fuller, f., 27. EvansSn. Change in Meat Business My-lease on the store in the K. of P. Building where'I have conducted the Independent Meal Mar- ket having expired, I have leased the Alberta Meat Market from R. Coultry and take possession on Tues- day next, March 15th. 1 will be'prepared to serve all my own and Mr. Ooultry's cvistomi'rtt with tho usual satisfHrtion and to supply new patrouu with tho choicest meats obtainable with a uniformly good service. ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER. W. LINGARD I will UK the Alberta Meat Market Phone, No. 492 SASKATCHEWAN HEREFORD JUDGING AWARDS REGIXA, Mar. of Herefords was finished at the m Eas-' katchewan bull sale here today. Sul- tan 40th, 35, owned by Albert J. Cook, of Hardy, was declared the best bull bred in Saskatchewan-and won! REWARD If yoa to tarn ft biff re- Wttd, keep your eyes open, for ft woman reported to on btr to this town. You will know her instantly by her tricky eyei, piovoking smile, Lfljtrs and exquisite gowai. Young beautiful dangerous this woman is outside the law 5M PALACE MARKET WEEK-ENDSPEC1ALS Finest Pot Roasts Beef, 15c Choice Roasts of Veal lb., 18c, 22c, 25c Choice Roasts of Pork, per lb.... .28c Choice Legs of Lamb, per lb.......32c Stewing Mutton, per lb...........15c Prime Roast Beef Dripping, per lb. 15c You can't beat our prices, and the meats we .handle are the best on the market. PALACE MEAT MARKET 13TH ST. NORTH. PHONE 431. SOFT DRINKS In Ihe majority of his appearances j J. u Nelson last Sunday. I make this, sport a pleasure to watch, tue bouse has been sold out long Jig. card parties that hare heen go- Mr. Tliomas has Quite recovered from the injuries he sustained iu a motor accident some tiniu ago ant! is back on tho job Mr. C. formerly op Coaldale, is busy iM'ving uis stock and imple- ments to his place north of town. Mr. Clarkson has Ijcen called to I Suffleld through the illness of his wife. foro tho tirno and 'many, thinking to Eocure seats on arrival, have been bit- terly disappointed. inj on in the St. Kilda school during the winter stopped a week ago with the intention of starting school, but INSTANT POSTUM a table drink of delightful flavor, healthful and satisfying Made at the table, a cup at a time, strong or mild to suit the individual taste "There's a Season'for Poscum SOLO BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE ONEFOUR NEWS NOTES (From Onr Own Correspondent) ON'BFOUR, Mar. ducks, were seen here on February 28th, and thu Gophers are out looking for their favorite poison. Kric'hsou Bros. oC Simpson, Mori- taua, were doing business at Onetour post office Monday. Mr. and Mrs. David Ormlston and Axel Oirlson spcut the end of tho week with friends at Comrey. Alex Lindsay and T. L. Duncan wore-in Manybcrriea Saturday on U. P. A. business. Mrs. ,1. Borden and youim son over from Comrey yentorday and re- turned with the mail Ht.ige today. Miss Tilla Duncan loft> today for a visit at the home of her brother ia New Dayton. Alia. Hay am! N. Current took in llin T', A. at Saturday. Accxpt Syrnn ot for the name California ou tho pockagn, then you an, rare your rnllii Iz liaTing the best and most hirmlees physio fui' (he littlj itomacli. i.Tfr ind boweln Children Hi trolly taste. Kull directions on each bnttlo. iiniNt siiy For Salt Wherever Drinks Are Sold POPIN 1 berry and Raspberry, the real sparkling Belfast Ginger Ale, Best Ever Iron Brew, Dry Ginger Ale, Sweet as Soda, Tasty Lemon Soda and Lemon Sour. BETTER THAN EVER OKLA-APPLO A FLAVOR for EVERY Taste- "Red, White and Blue" Brand. Now for sale every- t where in the same size bottle and at the same price as any other, in half pint bottles. Delivered at Your dozen, Net Lethbridge Breweries Ltd. PHONE 554 if, ;