Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. MARCH 11 lOBt DAILY HERALD PAGE Mrs. lama Peach READS A "WILL" BU J. S. K. or without Dear Uenjamin Disraili said. "It Is much raidler to bo critical than comet." I low true, it's uiisy to criticize, but Imrd to utter a. solution to. remedy that which you attack. are not any steps re- gardinif. milk, let that'tide. speak of Things. We imv'u a new resist for eiiitoi'- wntors and ouljf huvv! to hunt xi p uope once a week. Of course wo fngscstions. Ood- lea ot tlioiii. cannot rculizii'liow many people there ai'e who huve private personal peeves, until you n'ml yonvyplr an audience. The are ol' dutnpies, "who will you lots of dope tree chiirge, it" you will not muitUm their ur.d if you will only liinitf a nice hirsu buw of crepe on S'jniubotly door for them. Oh, Ixn! .they don't cure how vougli you use the other fellow. Tiny you to I with material, If you would fo up. Tear alam tbe sad ahtMr him door that la aetnhbdy else's fare.' Complimentary supiwaedlj' to our ability to .whang bard Jaelt- putn. In other IworcM- something. Five: To lovtri I their world, with whatever they Mr awl -the ot Ute iky. by UM wall, Ue bloom the hairtiiem, am] ctnlna of miulc aad they may tfMlre to figure to other the and bwitjr of their love. Item tili: To Touor Men. jglntlv I bMiueatli.all buliUtrom, In- spiring of rivalry', aud I five to them tlie dlndal> of vreiiliuom aud undaunted in their own Btronsth. TlKtyiili they are rude I leave to them tlie to'muko luttins friendships and of possessing compan- ions, ftnc! to them exclusively, 1 give all merry eonRa and liravo cliorusus to (Ing with lu.tjr Item Seven: And to those who are uo longer cbildreu, or youtbs or lev- ei-f, I leave them memory; and be. Queath to them the volumes of the ot Burns und Shukesheare and of the other poets, If there others. to the end that they may live the old days over again, freely and fully without tithe or diminution. From the "Y" As Mr- r. J. Watson it It tho Men's ifMtiuf Sunday aid It wan pity were mot more out to hear him. The -wwk will Mr. 8. T. gatafort. TlWre will lio tho ui- ual Tea r.fUt ThlMr. 0.' K fhaf fouHl the serlen of heM Friday nt noon. TiW'Rw. 0. M. Harrow will concladc the next Krlduy. The Chinese Claas finish up fer at In '.the gy-ur the seem to be have been the apeakar at the Itonlun t'lub'H iuuejjeoa tills week, waa Bid; and could not be prewnt. The boys arn lioplrg that ha will soon be re- covered and will furor (hem another time. Quite a few of tho out-of-town boys arc muklnk use of the "V" Conic tilonx. you fellows: plcuwd to see you any time. Mr. Petlay W.IB out at this week-end helping along the goo'j work there. The reading room is open at all times for a quiet gunie of checkers and several men iuivo been in to Iry ,i i, ami trill inuu 1111VU unu III lu 11J ws tint 'half of ttw basketball league. After the defeat at the hands of the ItuaWejs Men at volley the former don't see.m so anxious I to try'conclusionaagain. Wrby ni boTlng ing his own with them all. Klwood Church Vas the lucky wlth cymmuiluui, bowling ulleyi, alb- letle etc. Mr. S. T. Wen racntry gave up kin position as general advisor for for- eign Hd'airs to Military Governor Li Shikn of Kiangan J'rovinee, China, to become geimrat of the Y. 3f. C. A. bacauaa ha liad come hellere that the rvdemptlnn of China must como through IK- dempttoii of hc-r younK men. After tho revolution of 1911 Mr. Wen was sent to Haiigcuow us Com- missioner of Foreign Affairs. There lie brvame interested in tho work of the Y. M. C. A. anil as n result of his admimlion for the Association made a eari't'nl study of Christianity, of which lie had first heard as a school boy from Wlllard Lyon. the first Y. .M. C. A. seerolary in China. At. meeting addressed by Sherwood rid- dy, Mr. Wen decided (or the Chriatian life. .Mr. Wen is man of great abil- itr and bis Ii I rrene the m tor sorrlw to the MM I chow und all of ('Una. An odltcr'.itl In a Calcutta, mat paper ipuaklnx about V. M. 0. X. "There l> no jthaf orfaaUvliM that know of whether latlaa, aV which has either UM or the men better capable ot t, iidvantaKO of the new lonfflnCV nsplrations which are afloat to nmuKInd to u. 8HERBROOKE MILLS RESUME WORK MONBAV SIJKItliKUOKK. Que., alar. announced this raorn'.ng tkat Canadian-Connecticut' ootteft aaflkl here will resume operatioaa oft afov- day. Tha mills were cloeed Decani bor ]fi last, owing to a. luddeu drotf in orders. ow ate ss t 1' cut down to sine. Complimentary to our pen. what? And then we look them in the eye and mentally say, "You poor fish, what do you thiuk wo wear back of our "Eczema 7 Years -N6 Hope Left Today I Am Well" -vrrit-s Brent A. IM Iviu'.Olt Si., Ciinr- P. K. J. liar! -t on lace and ail the doctors failed, conld rt.-inny ihgt anything would help Mui. two applications pf D. D. to the work, aitrt after ihree bottlca he is w-Il, UTite him if you doubt this We KlMtlcr Uieae Cuudikn rmrc to th4f diicaae can v-ar.-ieil L'lf.-irt, purifyiny UquiO. trr one bottle 03 lJtr How people with peeves like to see MSB of old age, the love und gratitude the other side rimmed, trimmed and j of their children, until thfey fall asleep. Sure, he was insane, big joke isn't it. Vn Insane man's will ought to lio a big joke in any event. But strange to say t didu't laugh, but 1 did think a few thoughts, and than I asked Dave if f could have it to print. He said, "Sure." Read the insane man's will over again. See if he left anything for you. Hid tha poor Jool have anything to the necessity of, Mrs. Peach or any-1 give. I'll say he did. As I snld there1 isn't a laugh i In it, any place. Yet I don't think I wasted my time or yours In offering it as the meat iu our week- Item Eight: To our loved ones with to pe boxing snowy crowns, I bequeath the hanpl- U Increasing daily in Mrs. Peach would sooii tire of her- self if'she developed into a trouble j hound. There is enough darn fool CUB- j sedncss in and around this city that -floats to the top often enough without icu or any- ibody else, wasting time and effort j isn't a laugh i in it, any place. Yet I muck-raking. Trouble, [rouble everywhere. D. Higinbothani Co., Druggists, -a OaaMJafJ rnenTholatum Is a wonderful relief also for Burns, Scalds, Chapped Skin, Etc. and lots of stuff to drink! lint that's for other articles, not us. When you go wading in that murky saa you're liable to get drowned. Watch the sunset from your own. porcli if Istble. We look for laughs. We sometimes find them iu the most unexpected plaeesj IE you have that kind of a disposition everyday brings a good j .ioke on somebody, yourself possibly, but a clean laugh juat the same. It is our policy, following fatherly advice once received, to not take one's self or anybody else too. ser- iously. Once a person begins tajring himself seriously, There are a fen- shiny examples of this plague right in town, but your paper' ain't dying lov no libel suits, ao I'll just have to smother myself with snickers. Tbe .conceit of same .people ill understanding. But let that ride also. V Aa mentioned, we get lots of stuff to work on, Ideas come from all (min- ers and at any minute of the day. we say we are out for the funny sido If there Is one, but occasionally, we see something that gives us pause. Wo think we know a good thing when WE ly stew. Of course, you noticed the part where ho bequeathed to eacb boy his own fireside. Clear proof the poor nut .was dippy. At least he was years behind the times. VVhy that poor fool probably never knew that wo have clubs and societies that nil nearly every nlstht of the city boy's life. Home fireside, the very idea! He wti.i crazy, alrit.c. I wish he could bite a few parents in this town. It might an epidemic. He thought the home fireside was worth something. No wonder they .locked him up! Such ijiieer ideas that man must have had. I'm still wondering juat how insane and poor he was. Yours truly, MRS. IAMA PEACH, COBALT MINE DISPUTE wrestling championships and George expects to have a big bunch v it'll take something to beat what, i 1 mi.rohn Denoon has starled out with-, the Juniors teem whidl ,B tho recorded score on the "Y" alleys. Uoth league ponies postponed so the in for the 10B to 185-lb. classes. rlie C. still retains Club date has been set for April stli. a Friday, and the place, the Y. M. C. A. Medals will be giyen for each weight The monthly report for February shows that there wefo :j_- .meetings! held with an aggregate attendance of SIC. Gym class aggregate was S30. i -e! Some of tho (ootb.ll clnbs are ask- from tha University of Alberta and! event of -the Beasqn. The winners ID the Tiixis basket- ball und Junior indoor baseball lea- gue are still in doubt. Interest in both is very keen and the battle cry in the former seems to he "This isn't any ladies' Uu Tho miens, of course, eipect to win out but some of the other teams are go- iue to show thorn something. Training has commenced i'or the National C. S. B. T. athletic meet whirh la held at the same time in the local gym a all over the country. Tbe Grand Camp of the Trail Ran- a great affair and the big Jemiant was won by 'the Coaldale boys who seem to have a great bunch. Wesley ure the latest addition to the Trail Rangers, having recently added another group: Noxt -week the Wg week of the year when the "Father aud Son Cam- paigiv': starts. Mind you fellows see 1 that "Dad" keeps Friday, March 18th open for monster "banquet. If he I liani't set Ibis date aside book it for j him now. .t the possibility of a club i membership in the "Y" for the sum- mcr.'This is being taken up at the 1 Board meeting this month. Chicago has received gifts of over JJOO.OOO for an addition to the Hyde Park Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Swift gave; to provide for the sec-1 tion and two other donors each. A building being provided by the i Cotton JIUls Co., Manchester, BadSfmnach Don't alma tha itonach waan i tkt causa is in slow action ol the Ihrarand annls- by Or Chin's KMneji-Liiai Pills. Onipillia' 2Se. a boi, ill ARBITRATION BOARD J Lieut.' .lock Palmer, who was Ararv' Press.) W. Godfrey, of Toronto, has boon! appointed by the miiiist.er of labor to be chairman of tho board of concilia- tion which will investigate the dispute between mine operators and workmen In the Cobalt district. R. A. Bryce OL" Toronto will repreaent the operators The tima for it ft the flrit indication of a or It !a ilniplc ta use, you just light Mule lump that tha CrwalenA near the bed. Tha nootMnf vauor makes 'calliitiff uny, Lhtf cuugb. etMidthc ana conxcstiorv and protects in ndemk-g. Raeemmcndad iof the pact 40 Ttw benefit is Suii.J for taWiwiplivfl booklet, BUf. "They WORK while you sleep" Appetite Keen and Bowels Relieved Voii :ini- coriHtliwlod, bilious and yhat you nood I.s cme or t wo jiniglit Tor your liver and Tliftii you vtll wnko ,up woti- loriitg What hncanic of your dixii- sick., Jitikdttche, bad cold, or jpBet fftiaay ptomach. No Child ren lovn Ca.is- see it, we even bet one bone ou Blair-! and Arthur Roebuck also of Toronto. more to cop Thursday night. j the employees. The low price of sil- Dave Jenkyn, the Supreme ver has caused the closing down of Court Reporter, handed this dope to some of the mines in tho district and us the other day. There isn't a laugh the reduction wages .in. others. in TVs cievrclten alt the WJM be diacuesod at through. Read the rest'of this spaam the slttipg of and -we will ifuarantae you won't feel you ;have wasteS your time. It's a story of a will, taken from thy-ragged coat of au insane patient. in la Chicago poorhouse. Tlje man had been a lawyer und after his death his will was found in his old coat, writ- ten in a steady clear hand oth scraps of old paper. It was so unusual that it was sent to a lawyer, he, la tuna, read It to the Chicago Bar association, they in turn passed a resolution order- iu? H and it is said now to be of record in Cook County, 111. Remember the writer waa an iuaaua J.old inanVwJ10- hadn't a single worldly But read.thp' swill: I. -Charles tiouiisherry, being of niincjr and mem- ory, do hereby and pubUah this, my last will and testament, Ji. order, aa justly may be, to distribute my in- terest in tho world ainone succeed- ing mon. That part of my interests which is known in law -recognized... in the sheep-bound volumes as my property, being inconsiderable ant of no ac- count, I make no disposition of, in this, my will. My right to live, being but a life estate, is not at my dispos- al, but thoso things excepted, all else iu tho world. I now proceed to devise and bequeath. Item One: I give to good fathers and mothers in trust for their child- [ren, all good little words of prulse and encouragement, and all quaint pet and endearments; aud I charge jsaid parents these, justly, but generously. the needs of their i children siiaU Item I 'leave tp children In- clusively, but only for, the term ot their childhood, all, and; every, the flowers of the tlelda aild the blossoms the with thd right to play I mong them freely 'according to the customs of children, warning them at i the same time against thistles and thorns. And f devise to children the banks of brooks and the golden sands beneath the waters and tbo odors of the -willows that did therein, and the whitfe clouds, that float high over the giant trees. Item Three: And 1 leave the child- ren, tho long, long days to be merry in, in a thousand ways, and the night Uml the train the Milky Way to wonder at, but subject novfirtholess, to the rights hereinafter fIven to lov- icrs. j Item Four: I dcvisa to boys, jointly. nil the useful idle fteldu and commons jwhero ball may bo played and all i waters where one may swtrii, all Snow j clad hilJp whore one may coast, and all streams and ponds whore one may Hull, or where, when grim winter coin us. one may slrato and slide, to i hold" tho same for the period o[ their boyhood. And ;ill thf. j the r-lovnr blofcHoniH and the buttor- t fiicu (.hereof; tlio 'Woods with their appurteniincPH. tbo Rnuirrcls und thn birdi-! ami ocUocs am! Uitt stranyo nolHos. and all Mie (M.stiiiil U'hlcii may IK; visited, torrothci- witb j iulvonturoH tlier.0 fuiMiri. And 1 j glre io HuiU each his own 'at the (ircBidc nt night, all pit'-j turoi tliat may he scuii in the j wood, enjoy-witnout lot or'hind- You can nhah your mealtwtthaat faV ODaettint TOUT liver or stomach if T------'" pot your faith i Carter-n Ulll. Llv.r Milk Foul accumu- lations that poison toe Wood are ex- pelled from the dizzincst and aallow akin are relieved. Sawll PsU-SMll Ota.-9.wU Fife. Rheumatic Pains nJat fer nnJi? my ot thow who tap in Meat Business My lease on the store in the K. of P. Building where I have conducted the Independent Meat Mar- ket I have leased the Alberta Meat Market from R. Coultry and take'possession on Tues- day next, March 15th. I will be prepared to'serve all my own und Mr. Coultry's present customers with the usual satisfaction and to supply new patrons with tbe choicest meats obtainable with a uniformly good service. ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER. W. LINGARD I will the Meat Market Phone, No. 492 br rheu of IU Uhti ,___________ Hit and the of L..... BMd "o-Drapv" from tbe anJ aflgaietintf matie ron.iitl.jM U m.urk.ib.4 pevtw. H. RlntDe, Ey.. _. _ that could not epred, but will take it back. I believe yonr will relieve 4oy kind rbcu- Steva Ark., writes; ftilTered with rheumatism for over fifteen DMtitha. Jott two bottlM of yortr wonder- ful 6-Drom' bM mtuia ft new nmn of me." Harry Stafford. No. Baltimore, O., writfi: "I had rheunmtiin in my kneea and ankles and tried toll aorU of bifhly reenminended but to M avail on til friend told 1 about thne- remedies, b me to tiir I WL _ ____ of a fif tVDropa' and 4Uti aa well "6-Drow" it tfltd by dnit in everj put at UK BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND OF A SEIZURE FOR RENT GIVEN BY Guarantee Co., Landlord, and G. W. Harding, Tenant y and to roe directed against the goods and chattels of G. U'. Harding s I have seized the following named iu the said Distres goods, namely: 1 Circular Saw Machine 1 Buzz Planer Machine 1 Electric Motor I Surface Planer Ma- chine Shafting and Pulleys WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Tuesday, 15th Day of March, 1921 At Harding Woodworking Shop, near Corner 4th Ave. N. and 15th St N. AT THE HOUR OF P.M. Dated LetMiridge, March 2nd, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. After slaving use BAUM BENGUE AUCTION SALE AT MR. COFFIN'S YARDS, STERLING On Tbirsday, March at 10 ajn. Onn fat hog. eislit slieep. two yc.iilhig Btenvs, two calves, one M sucks potatnca. one liaiiil pluw.-Uvo nsw spring wagoti scaUi. one gl-nin drill, one I'lionoKrapli. jvitclmr iinrap, oire mauliliie, oiie luirrow can. cart, one ahovel, witgou. 55 busliela ol' oats, one ton iiH'idt'a one v.-naliing onu tacil cutter, Iwclstoiitl and two sets spriniis. one new roil, one steel wiuorc. 'one cradle, one bur, one uuir liorbo cliuiiers, 100 ft. lii'lter ropu. Astorlmtmt of I'moCTSRlKK; H nililliier of. pnirl! of stormt I1A11DWAIIK, rflld other urtides too numerous to mentimr. The entire prbCMdi of this towards the building of a NEW L. D. S. CHURCH at Stirling. :n the I.hl. :lriii-lcs (in; HRerilititlile. ;iH ar-s I'oi1 all to lju on Kcounil on llnrcll Ifitli. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Stops Coughs Right Off You don't have to wait long to wtkoroe relid, when you NADRUCO The firft few will Iriown throat bronchial die irritating tickle. The firjt day's treabmnt will ahow you will grow steadily better as this excellent remedy breaks up the cold and completely relieves the cough. It is an excellent home remedy, particularly useful for children becauie of its pleasant taste. Sold By All DrugfUtt. fftpami ky Natiuul Drif iaJ Ckeancal Caaamuf Caaaak, I' AUCTION FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON EAST HACF OF 29-9-19, SIX MILES N.E. OFCOALDALE AND FOUR MILES WEST OF CHIN ON TUESDAY, MARCH 1STH, 1921 COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK, FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE Drown Mares, 9 years old, 1400 Ibs. aach: one Brown Mare, 7 years old, about 1400 Ibs.; ona Bay 7 yeans old, about 1350 Iba.: one Colt, coining two years oM; nine head of Cattle, Including good MILK COWS, Yearlings and Calves; also two Brood Sows and a few dozen Chickens. FARM 12-20 EMMERSON TRACTOR, in first-class running order, having just been overhauled; one act oO 10 ft.- Engine Double Diacg; one. 3-bottom Engine Gang, breaker find stubble bottoms: Deerins Drill, good Wagon, MeCormick Binder. Fanning Mill, Grindstone, Mower. Hake, .3-section l.ov.'r Harrow, Ayalkins Plow, one DeLaval Cream Separator; also two sets of Work Harness. HOUSEHOLD splendid PIANOFORTE. American make, in Al order; Extending Dlninjr Tables, Throe- piece Parlor Sot, Axminster Rug, 9x12; Brussels Coal Oil Stove etc. SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK. Terms of Sate: ?2S.OO and under Cash, over one-fourth cash, balance by approved notes due November 1st next. Eight per cent, discount for cash on accounts over 125.00. Partiei re- quiring credit must be prepared to give absolutely- bankable W. H. Ownar. E. B. JUDSON, Clerk. Auctioneer's Phones and 469, Lethbridjc. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On the old Dairy Ranch of Lloyd Dcvine, 2 miles south of the Jail, miles southeast of Lethbridge ON FRIDAY. MARCH 18TH AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP ABOUT 30 HEAD OF CHOICE SELECTED DAIRY COWS 10 high-grade Holifeln Cows: 5 Ayrshire Cows; "7 Durham Cows; 6 Heifers, 3 years old. supposed to be in calf; 4 Calves, high grade; 1 Hoi- stein Bull, coming 3 'years old; J one-year-old Steer. HORSES--! Buy Mare, 6 years old, in foal: I Black Mare, S years old, in foal; 1 Brown Gelding, 8 years old; 1 Black Gelding, years; 1 Black Gelrtfng, rising 2 years: 1 Driving Team, S years old'; 1. Bay Team, matched, S years old, weight 2800 Ibs. WAGONS, IMPLEMENTS, Lumber Wagons with Tanks; 2 Truck Wagons: 2. Hay Hacks: 1 Stands-Tractor on Ford car, com- plete; 1 Stiiudo-Tiw.tor attachments for Ford car; 1 MeCormick Corn Binder; 1 Corn and Potato Cultivator: I. Massey-Harris Disc-Harrow; 1 Double Disc Drill, with Engine Hitch and Horse Hitch; 2 Engine Clan; Plows extra Breaker .Bottoms; 1 John Deere Sulky Plow; I Ditcher Grader; 1 Float; .1 Mussey-Harris Binder; 1 Masses-HuiTla Mower: 1 Hay. Rake; 1 Deering Stacker; Z Deering Push Hitkcs; 1 set Lever Harrows. 5 sections; 2 Drills; i Harrow Curt: t Heary Democrat Wagon; 1 ford Car; 1 Hog Self-feeder; 2 Powei-TWhlto Washing Machine; 1 Feed Grinder; I Uoot belt puwor Emery 1 Pontoon Pulley; i r'anulni Mill: 1. horsepower Gasoline Knglnc; 1 Auto Top for McLaughl.lirA.uto; 1 Cream Separator, Nro. 15; -1 Grain Pickler: i 3 HO'IS Double Shovels, Pitcu Forks, Hoes; I. Ice 15-caltou. liarrnl.Chum: iOO feet 2-inch, 1'lpe; nacks Wood-fibre I barrel of Lime. HOUSErlbL'D Heating Stoves: 1 Kitchen 1 Oi' Stove f.i Kitchen Chairs I Wasbstand; i looking Glass; 1 bbl. HO 1Waahlng -Machine and Wringer: Cooking Utensils; 2 Bedc, Springs and Mat- h-esses; 1 Lamp; 3 Linoleum; 1 Woollen Carpet. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE FREE LUNCH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer N. McQUIRE, Clerk.