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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920 T1IE Mi-'HBRIDGK DAILY HERALD A I u n Royil Hotel Pluming Extension Improvements To Takw. (From Our TvtBBH, March Spring weataw the b'rlf prospects of good i crop- hive ted' J he '-wedd I? j btlui merely eternal thV bu- JohniBUck-aniJ IMIss Phyllis Nlelson dtuiiter of Mr., -Kiel were imltafl nurrlago by Btihop Haj-nes !a life supper was served to epmi; Hreily.g'iteits at.the borne ol the irpom'i _. jkthfr, Jofcu which .the tV lhe; school .House" near- by where dincras engaged In, and short program o! music, song and recUilio'ti Mr. "black is at for the 'Noble Foundation at.th'e. Canierou ranch. 'On.Siit'ifdijr.flfentufc last'..51Iss Al berU1 Btiiplejr- Day ot- Raymond was anllesl in to Mr. Howarc Ljmin'.Schorn ot Birnwell -at Jhe Rev. A. C. Bryan officiatitts. The newly married couple WJ11 reside' for 'the .present with stiff Trill Urn- "s relunt to reftly oa d Kidneys, fettering Bumul acUoo. ol tho groom, Mr. and -Mrs. K.. Dehorn, ot and Mrs..Paul d on Krlday -iron! Beach, Call- u mis, where they wera spending inter. Paul AVAB engaged part ot the ma to helping', to build for ncle Sam. Ha reports wigtn, ut tho cost ot living out ot sight, A saa was bora, ti Mr. and MM. ohn Serrle on Thursday. March llth. And, on March 4th, a augW.er to Mr, and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. John Stand of Lethbridge pent March 7th with her 1 lughter, 31ra.'O. N; John scone. That ot brick, east of Pat blacksmVh shop, mean; that e has {aifh if the'progress ot Taher ud Intends building, as soon as the rost Is out ot the ground, a large ail- StlcuL to his present shop. In this ho roposes Installing, an oxy-acetylene aid a preheating fur- .ace-'tof-.doing .'kinds of cast iron Bamwoil U.P.A. locals are taking up the question of hay shortage- and tree Jreight with'the: government. _ Ir.'A: Sipes, brother-in-law of II. Aimablo, has to 'Taber ind wlli lire to !l, K.'a home on Hull ire.. Mr. Slpes -will take cnarge ot shop.' will save d mon'oy1 for those uc.'i Jobs (o bo cJouo und will keep rork at home. The new plant ic ready, for operation In a monUi ir six Mr. .Hosey iva's In uttendauco ho Blacksmiths' Convention held re ently in Edmonton and pulled hare md successfully for Lctubridge ant he south next' year.; George FTatikc'h' began Saturday a he toot of tha C.P.K. ladder in the oc.il depot. Should he make as rapid progress In this new vocation as lurllnp-.we expect to see him within :0 years disputing top rung with President Bealtie. Carl McCartce, an other-promising End trustworthy lac steps up to the heightened and wi' soon ,be trying on Bert Pierson' shoes. We are glad to see Joe. Franke around again after bis bout will typhoid. 'Mrs. John Robinson' leaves Monda afternoon for to attend tli conventional the provincial Women Institute.'1 Next Friday, March i5th, the bes talent in the Taber schopl will on a play entitled "Uvangellne." A school orchestra under the direction of.John Johansen will assist lu tho play. This.promises to be one of the1 best performances of the year and merits the support ot all citizens. Amateur Theatricals v- "Deacon i' rural comedy- drama In three presented by .the Taber Drainatfc Club, assisted br-the Jchahsen orchestra, to "a full house; at Uhc. Itei theatre on .Thurs- greatly en- jbye'd by'all artists ac- quitting th'emseives with muchVcredit. .The c'ijnscl.er rdance held on. Tues- day night in the social hall under the auspicesol (lie G.W.V.A. was a happy .and; successful -event. Tho.'prlzes awarded by the committee thflt had Jack Brewer has been driving for elt Bros, the past few days. Henceforth the Hex theatre purpose rioting, regular programs with f scenes. Tho proprietor ot the White -Lunch nteuds extending the restaurant, to ha rear and.adding a new. kitchen. hother forseelng man. Jay Ayeri, auto mechanic .at the Bllltgmtar garage is suffering from Inflamed eye; due to sparks from n emery wheel. A copy of tho Dominion Chautauqua .nd Lyceum Review caine to baud the ther day and judging from the con onls wo may confidently count on a rfit treat next August. Not Barmecide feast. The distinctive lea urc ot the Chautauqua this year wll IB the array ot British and Canadian pcakers, entertainers and musicians Ve were also gUd to seo the laces I some, of tha past favorites on th irogram, but a UUlo disappointed no o see any ot our former superintend ents. However there are a number o ;0od looker? in 'the uew bunch. Hhaucellor of. the haa aji- nounced that Britain and Franco have agreed not td Tho Indiana ai; -Willie River, Ont.. are dying ot with no one to esre.tor or bury the dead. Mrs. William Reid, wife of a promi- nent farmer living near (.'o'.tam, 24 miles south Is missing from her homo." Joseph JJ. Blacker, Hre of Ortllta tor thirty years, wai presented with aa address and a gold watch and chain. '.Michael Cassidy. t. member of Cay uga Town, council, died of a stroke following RboUt'-'two-weeks' illncsa ot pneumonia: April 3 has'been tentatively fixed as the date''of'tho departure ot Sir Auckland Geddes, tho new Brillsl Ambassador to the UniScd Slates, tor New Vork, Kreil Howjett, Jr., of I'eiruk-a vhi'e at work on 'an oil derrick touched a Hydro wire and was Instantly killed J.- Ausleh Ch'amberlaiu, British the oau Issued In'the- United-Slates lu 91D, and are taking steps for its pay- ment Sirs AI. Foraylha, living twentyHfo miles north ot-TooipMnc, Sask., lost j herilita In a slorm, being found 200 yards from her home. C. W. aud three ot i their seven.children lost their lives i In a tire caused by a coal oil can ex- ploding, destroying their homo Ai miles north 'Of Cartwright, Man.: A delegation from the waited upon the Toronto Board, ot Education to protest against the ap- pointment of D. It. Kranklla as chlel draughuman for the board on the ground that he was neither a returned soldier nor ot Canadian birth. Mrs. James Riviere, pged seventy years ot Cornwall. OnU died at the Hotel Dleu as a result of burns receiv- when she stumbled in her wood- and tho lamp she- .was carrying exploded. A. !i. Jllret. State Highways Engl neer ot the Wisconsin Slate Highways Commission, pointed out to members ot the Ontario Good. Roads Associa- tion the impossibility of constructing highways on a permanent .basis sufficient rapidity to nieet Ihp .grow- ing demands of tho country's traffic. Tue British Columbia Goverhmen' is about to chrow open ihe new settlement areas lu valleys, adjacea to the G. T. P. consisting of aboil No doubi there are oiher but for strength, richness and real quality, Blue Ribbon stands alone. of Canada since 1 can ir. mi r family at home muj never failed lo give good results. v The 'Golden iMwliwl Disoovery1 ?ras used !onifi aud blood purifier and for bron- rhijil Iroiiblc, nnd it. Urovnd (irccllcjit. I have persooMly tak- 'Golthn MVdical for bror- twublc-, and tt'.p -l-'avoritc V.m- 10 build IM tij' 1. -v'oun Kuile "1 hare u-e-i Dr. ifedic.il NJ: s tjumbfr of ywra AIK! am to Tpcnmmmd it a qjprjd.puri63r; it has no equal, I iHtd it for ihv bov for 'of knct i si nrnt f o not think ho woultl Iw alive (oday had it 'xon fcr tho Disrovcn.' I also Vfep it on coiiRhs a? H Jiffcr.i eo ;nirn otlwr coug.h'.mcdirirjp.--, inslcirl of up- Mtting the fitoniBch synips It is wiili I hnct knowh about lako GoUlcn UU- coverj-, you arc.acUine tjio Iwnoat of ili'j flitppncnco of ft dor lor whoeo re pn e lion gcws nil niroimd (ho earlli. .Still more, yon prt.ft lompwar.tc that contains nyt-n (irt-j> of alcohol or carcolic of .an.N1 kind, I-onp .nj'i-'Dr. JI'JK-ce cimVnoI 'tutata vjilmble the use o( Ihot hi.i alfrnj-a haye .itricUy Umjierftoci TREES! We win send you a price list upon application. Do not fail ?0 yol aOrtic si ttiU home stock befthe It la tcok laic, bpDE_R EARLY some of car yinfc'i' sfa? NURSERY CO. FRANK KNAPP, (Leme) cosiumc, P. Vorheos; Third best comic ..Fourth best-" CQmlu 'costunio ,'B. V. Hose.' i Tlid members of the Masonic order jyith thei? and friends spent a enjoyable in tho Cards' played part ot the eve- ning; refreshments were served. Music- aud .dancing- then fol- The prize at wli Mrs. L. T.' Westlako and Mr. '.James, :Hi Hill captured' tlie 'r consolation To Hold Flower Show -The Women's Institute will hold losver shpK during the course of the 'The-'next meeting of Uia he held in the i all on Wednesday, JIarch 31st, wheg he reports o! tho delegates to tha Edmonton convention ivlll Mr. Sundal, broiner of Ted Sundal, now filling the position of teller in the Bank ol Commerce. The ladles of She Roman Catholic church will hold a sale of home copk- and aprons on April 3rd, at the King.George hotel. A vestibule has been ridded recent- ly (o the Onthplic church, and it .Is the intention of the members to give the v.-hole edifice a coat of paint with- out and-to decorate tho interior. The church grounds will1 also be beauti- fied. ijlrs. Rpbertson- returned from Medi- cine Tuesday last to act as housekeeper again for Mr. Howard Hill. Slie'bfonsht with her Mr. Hill's infant son, a perfect specimen of -ro bust ami winsome childhood. 'Mr. Ed. Wildman and family are moving out for the snmmer to Ham Beard's farm, south of Barnwell. Ed. considers that-the -psychological hour for farming has come and that he get in on the ground floor. After the bumper crop next, fall ive hope to see Ihcm hack again. In the meantime their home will he occupied Mr. McBride, one of the Irrigalion'-ditch..'. -r t The town ciiiinc.il the suggestion of the Hoard Trade, thas decided to go ot street impr'ove.m'ent( and wo under-! stand, (tistriicled Mr. JIcBrlde to tho levels of the streois. a plan. A perslat.bnt' rumor is in circulation that a wholesale and retail firm Lethbridge will shortly estab- lish, a branch In Taber.'' Thn llbyai hotel is to havo an ox- tension .ad.ded to it will carry! It back' to" the lane nnd greatly In- its' accommodation. This is but one fof the bitilillng boom Tor this coin'rij; Mr. Oeorpe -Curry hns taken over Ilia Singer Agency for Tnbcr and sur: rounding George's display of sewln? machines, pianos, pianolas and other musical instruments, cis well as sheet music, liiihisMs an aUrac- .live one anrl well .worth tcsnmlnallon. Marlrt Perin Aowj Hingcr sowing machine In Ms slioi) this week. Mr. F. now assist- "agenl (it the dopot, nnd successor to W. O. ,-plersoii, arrived Monday nnd hcgan wprk .on Tuesday., Mrs. A. B, Danforth's horn" n'ext to Ihe Mctlioillsl church has been rent- ed by S. 3. Rogers of tho Hogcrs garage. Wo arc glud to see Mr. II. W. RHd J. W. Melwhlnnoy, who linvo been sick getting about again. The. Tabcf, Flncasllc nnd fl" is no new thought with course-'-the idea of a separate bed tor each iriember of tlic family. This lias becii the custom with' of fainilies'iof a rap- idly spreading custom ever since Twin Beds put the separate bed at; the ser- vice of households 'where space is limited. T is a tiling, too, that doctors have long bec.n urgipg. Not only.for the warding off. of infections, such as coughs, "sore throat" or grippe, but for the sleep. 4The rcstlesshess of one sleeper docs not disturb the other. And there isn't any loss of there is when .children sleep .with old people, 01 invalids wivh' the healthy. BiU evert-in a separate bed you will never unless your bed in- vites perfect relaxation. There is not a person anywhere but will sleep better for doing away with .the..creaky wooden bed noisy metal getting a 'Simmons Metal Bed instca'd Box Spring, and Simmons .Mattress and Pillow? The Simmons Bed is noiseless. It locks firm at the corners. The comer locks are made of pressed true and a creak, rattle or' feeling of unsteadiness. It is perfectly and moves like one solid piece. The Simmons Pressed Steel Corner Locks are protected by basic exclitsive witk Simmons 'Limited, not to be duplicated or imitated. THE Waldorf Box Spring' really does what-you have always want- ed a spring to do. it invites .'complete relaxation. It supports the.body ai ease on fine resilient spring coil conform- ing freely to the contours, so that the spine is perfectly rested, whether one sleeps 011 the back or on the side. Simmons Waldorf Box Spring is covered with ticking of the finest grade and great wearing quality, in new and attractive designs. ft fils firmly on the sags or humps', never loses its resiliency. And Simmons Muttresses and Pillows are in every to go with Simmons Metal Beds and Waldorf Box Springs. 'THOUSANDS who for years A' been "light relax com- pietelyandsieepallnightona Simmons Metal Bed. If you've been thinking of separate beds, you may be glad to know that Simmons Limited, are spectaluts in Twin Bed f You'll find Simmons Metal Waldorf Box Springs, Simmons Mattresses and Pillows at your lead- ing dealers. Simmons Beds offer yon unusual assortments in brass, colored enamel and natural wood harmon- ize with the interior decorations of 'the day. And when you arc selecting your Simmons Beds with an eye to their appearance in the room, you will see that Simmons has for .the first time 'established btautifvl dfld aulhorilalivi design in Meta! Beds, If you do not know the-Simmons merchants in this section, we shall be glad to send you their names. Zlccji is n iulijfct! H'rilc us far the brochure, "H'hat leading Medical Journals and Health Mngatinci Say about Separate Beds attd Sound Sleep." Free of Charge. ST.JQHN SIMMONS LIMITED TORONTO WINNIPEG MONTREAL- CALGARY VANCOUVER Built for Sleep ;