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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL5 PAGE THREB WRDNKSDAY, MARCH 16, _ ______ IF YOU HAVE ANY EGGS FROM GOOD STRAIN, YOU Mm THEM QUICKLY THROUGH A HERAU) WANT AD.-THEY BRING RESULT? FOR SALE (Agricultural) _______ FOR SAW) OH TIIAI1H for hay, 8 two-year olil belters, heavy In calf. Phono II 302 or write Post Ofllco Boi Y74.___________________ U-4 "GOOD FOH McLean Transfer. l''OU heart ol first class work horses from 1300 to 1BOO Terms 25 per cent, cash, bankable note October 1st. For particulars apply Ed. McKenzie, 5 miles N. E. of Loth- Mdgo. P. O. Oox 540. FOR car load at pure Ban ner seed oats, free from wild oa'.a weods. Germination tests 97 per cent. 65 cents per bushel F.O.I3. Samples en request. N. II. Christanson, llor- ronton via Blackle. AHa. TIMOTHY AND PRAIftlE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and. Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment, New'is the time to order. Writs or phone 119. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saundeis Hay Grain Co. Lethbrldge. Phone 732. Trustee Hoard and Teaching Staff Get Vote of Confid ence from Big Meeting fSpecial'toThe Herald) HAUNWKLL, Mar. Tliurs- day last a Spedal meeting of the rate- Mr, uml Mrs. J. W. Anderson anil family, left Saturday tor Vancouver where tlicy expect to reside Indef- initely. Mr. Hush Taylor of Ixsthbridgo was a week-end visitor hero this week. Mr. K. P. Stewart was a business visitor in Lcthbridgo Saturday. I Miss Cassle Mclsaac was a visitor in Lethbridjjo for the week-end. WINNIFRED NEWS payers of the llarnwell consolidated -7 Th8 school district was held when matters relating to the serious stale of af- fairs us reported in a previous num- bers of the. Herald were threshed out. There were over one hundred peo- ple present only sixty-tour voted on the questions before" the meeting, two refraining from voting out of the names called from the assessment (From Our Own Correspondent) WINNll'UKD, March fun- eral services of the late Mr. Geo. Bryant. Wifmlfrcd were held on Tues- day, March 1st. Eev. W. II. Ellis of the Baptist church read tho burial was oG. years roll. There v.-ere three resolutions before the meeting, the first two relating to the status of trustees in Huckleberry and South Barnwell sub-districts. When the first question was put, forty-eight votes were registered in favor of Mr. Wimberg's retention ou the board with sixteen asainst. old and leaves a wife and seven chil- dren. The Ladies AM aro busy tlieso days in different schemes to make money to build a new church, expecting to hare a sood start as soon as spring permits. The moving of tho manse will also take place to the new lots opposite D. Fisher's residence. Winnifred school board held a meet- ing to discuss plans of movin: the school building and also build an ad- dition in order to havo higher grades and employ more" teachers. iiU the present time one teacher is overwork- ed with too many grades, an injus- tice to both teacher and scholars. Mr. M. H. Smith entertained a few representing South Barnwell on board. tn0 i being his birthday. Tha community gathering lield in TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Sealed Tenders will be received by the Board of Trustees of Amiens Trustees 01 I School District No. 3735 at the ollice of the Secretary-Treasurer up to' noon, Thursday, March (list the erection of a frame sc...... ing. Plans and Specifications may obtained from Secretary-Treasurer on payment of a deposit of ?5.00, which will be returned'on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans mill The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Plans nnd specifications may be eeea at. the Department ot Education. J. W. McNICOL, Secretary-Treasurer. Bank of Commerce llldg., Lethbridge. March 14th, 1921. Ad K The third resolution "was a vote of confidence in the present adniinis- tration with special commendation tor the teaching staff under the able leadership ot Mr. K. P. Stewart, prin- cipal. Some oilier 'resolutions were ruled out 01' order owing to notice not hav- ing been given to them on the pub- Tho meeting was the means of re- moving certain grievances that a few of the ratepayers held regarding school matters, and now that all the people have shown unanimous sup- ...e board and teaching staff to be expected that there will be still higher efficiency in the future Fairlight school last week proved a great (success. These gatherings are held on the last evening ot every month and aro very popular with young and old. The entertainments are along social au deducatidnal lines, there being discussions o( V. M. Bryant on Wednesday evening. The guests were made very welcome by the hostess. Eight tables of whist were in play. Thirty people gave Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Larsen a pleasant surprise and made the evening very lively. Winnifred is having another spell of real cold winter weather, snowing POULTRY and EGGS tViY even though our school stood uu... i -tm, tho province at last j and blowing March 13th and 14th. chairman of! ployed with the Union bank to fill the .cancy caused by Miss Estella Dow- examinatious. Mr. Bernard Xugent the school board, was elected chair- man of the meeting and filled the I ler's resignation, the 1st of January position very creditably, often being! The U. F. W. A. nice at the called on to make important rulings homo of Mrs. H. Davis to make plan, which he did firmly and without hesi-land have Mrs. Fraser, director of NOW IS THE TIME TO BE SETTING YOUR HENS Watch our poultry column _ for good settings from good strain of buy new birds to improve your pen. The Herald Poultry Column is your best medium to sell or buy eggs, poultry or chicks. Thousands read our Classified Col- umns daily. Phone 331 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OSTKPATHIC Wo make switches, transformations, etc.. from your combings. Switches an 02. Salway Hair Factory. Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1W2 MRS. MARTIN 1321 KJtli Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. MATERNITY NURSING______ Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room for ladies pending ana during accouchment. Terras raodev- Mrs. Selby 529 12th St. N. DR. J. E. HORNING. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Shsrlock Bids. Hours br appointment PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hot- pital, 1224 7th Aye. Phone 746. Accommodation for sur fTmscn' re- following an explosion, they discover- f f nn, R r Hrt weel eel a moonshiniug plant of consider-1 turned is the .We proportions. Later fifteen gal-: month. Mr. Harvey Davis was in Medicine Hat on business this week. tation. K Williams f of the meeting. IELLy.F.A. CENSUS TAKING RULES BEING CHANGED IN ENGLAND LONDON, Jan. Mail, Can- "adian Associated touches are being put to the arrange- ments for taking the census on April 24. Changes have been made in the questions. that are to accompany the counting of the population No returns T.-ill be required as to blindness, dumb- neao, deafness, or imbecility, about which information has been ly somewhat unreliable. Ages, however, must he given with more precision than as well as details will be sought "in respect of married men, wi- dowers, concerning number and ages of children under HI. Another new inquiry calls for the enumeration of places of work, and there is also to i Medicine Hat constituency arrange her 1 friends at whist on Monday. I Halton Fisher returned from Fernie, B. C. last week. I Mr. Parker was in Medicine Hat this week, arranging the Winni- ifral Agricultural Fair prize list. Mr. TRoy McLean is xlown from Medicine Hat renewing old acquaint- ances. The ladies' aid will meet at the Globe rest room on Thursday, March 24th. Mrs. S. E. Angle and Mrs. P. guest of Dorothy Deuison for a I'ew days. Ions of rum were carted to the police j station. Schaller was taken to the hospital suffering badly from Churns. year 1321. AU interested -please at- j tend. A meeting of. the Winnifred Base- ball Association will be held Saturday, March 19th. Everybody come. Place of meeting P. C. Biiehring's. A community withering vras last Friday evening liatn Music, Dancing, Speeches and the "Mudslinger" Made Up a Fine Program (From Our Own Correspondent) BAHNW10LL, .Mar. U.F.A.; annual party held at the Barnwell hall Friday night came off with a bang, i Although the weather was not as I Mr. and Mrs. Walter JBegg, March 6th, a son. Mrs. Hugo Peterson returned from Medicine Hat hospital last week. Mother and baby in the best of health. be a better classification of industries, pleasant as could be desired, yet the Preparations for the census in Eng- IIOUSQ people land and Wales'aro based on an esti-1 como miles from every, direction mated population of to participate in the "good time which millions more than ten years back, for i they knew had been prepared for though war wastage and lower birth rates have to be reckoned, emigration has been, at a standstill for some years. her own registrar, and Ireland will likewise act independent- ly. Present statistics put the aggreg- ate population of the United Kingdom at 45 1-2 millions. Smoke Distinctive in flavor M and aroma AUCTION SALE REGISTER HORSES, CATTLE AND 1M- PLEM.ENTS AT ALL SALES Jacob Johnson; estate sale; N.E. J4-32-12-23, four miles north of Barons; MARCH 18th. Clotlng-out eala of A. M. Grant, six miles east of Borons, on TUESDAY, MARCH 16th. Mammpth clearance sale of horses, cattle and machinery In village of Barons, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921. Closing-out sale of horses, cattle, machinery; also tractor and plows, on Sec. four milea east of Barons, DAY, MARCH 24, 1921. C. Bruce McClelland. List your stuff you wish to tell and get benefit of advertise- ment ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. them by tho U.F.A. officials. Tho evening's entertainment com- menced at 7 a.m. with dancing which continued for about two hours and then the crowd assembled on the up- per floor to enjoy the splendid pro- gram consisting of songs, recitations, impersonations, speeches, iustrumen- tals, etc., which represented the best talent procurable in this locality. Ex- President B. .R. McMuIlin was in the chair. President H. N. Peterson gave, the opening address which was fol- lowed by the U.F.A. song by the four U.F.A. delegates. William Hughes then rendered two beautiful organ selections followed by a. recitation by Wanda Aspland and a solo by Miss Bullock. The U.F.A. annual "mnd- which contained BBI OF HEALTH Says Tanlac Has Entirely Relieved Her of All Her Troubles. held Had Bad Cough For Three Years! F, H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. B. Oppoaito Empreii Phone 19S9' Residence Phone 1537 C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST OF' Knox Church, is prepared to taku pupils in 'piano, organ or rocal. Pupils prepared for examinations. For terms anplr at studio, 413 Stb. St. south, 36 CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in ''French dry cleaning. Wo are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use tha genuine French system, COT- ers every spot and eliminates poe- sible ii-jary to garments, elrlng bls'n class results. Special attectioG to country -worte. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1812! Collect GUNSMITHS The constant hacking, racking, per- steut that sticks' to you in .pite of everything you have douo to is the kind that is a popular whist drife. Fifteen tables are in play. Seventy-five' in all gath- ot- ered together in the hall, complimen- aaI1KeroU3. tary to Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Winch-, ,onger the cough sticks, tiio combe. Lunch was served, after serious menace it becomes to which everybody enjoyed dancing uu- }-om. til the wee sma' hours. tlTILEIABERGIRL PUBLIC ACCODNTANCT INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FAHR1S Suite i, Acailla Block. Phone 1111. OONSMITHS fc birrela sti lightened, guna restock- ed, saa trork done by a sunsmitli: keys made, locka repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn mowerj sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorjycla Agent. Phone 1031, Stn Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATINQ "No one can realize the pain and Sad Case Far- mer Falls Off Load of Hay, Thigh Broken (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Mar. death occur- red at Winnipeg, toward the close of has bean universally used for There is no remedy that will relievo that won't let so like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. It has a healing and soothing action ou the air passages, and lit the time acts as a disinfectant of1 the respiratory organs, destroying tl'.c that produce serious lung com- plications. Mrs. John Miller, Minhurn, Alta. Jiud h very bad couxi; for three years. I went to several doctors and tried different cough medicines, but nothing seemed tc i help me. One day a friend told me about Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, and after using several bottles I be- came completely relieved. I always keep a bottle in the house, and also recommend it to others. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup over BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. X. KUTH. PHONH 788. Corner 1st Ave. and. 10th St. S. PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certillcate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phonef 1163. 627 10th Street South. WELLINGTON1 Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters: Kalsominlns, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates ghrea. Tlie oldest established painters la Lethbrldse. phone 147S; offlcs 1755. Sherlock Bids., bridge, A. Decorating PaperhanBlnK. Phone C90. 611 !th Avenue South. 117-8 last weelt, of Violet, the eleven-year- 30 years, and so great has been misery I went through, but Tanlac ok, ot Mr. Mrs. Hopkins success, it is only natural that imitations have be its has made a strong healthy woman of! sunger, wnicu h, h ]loart to and pep and portrayed -considerable j t fl ften j dl, Jitera.y ability on the part o Us edi- r had pain3 thrmlgh torial staff, was then read by Clias. Aspland. The Barnwell orchestra played some splendid selections. Mr. W. P. Kemper capped the. climax of the evening's entertainment with his comic sougs, recitations and imper- sonations of Harry. Lauder. It was remarked hy some that Mr. Kemper has Harry failed as a Scotch comedian. At any rate he seemed to feel at home in his kilts hut we fear that unless he changed them fdr apparel more suited to the climatic conditions before start- ing on his five mile vide home, he may have cause to suffer from chilblains on the knees. After this part of tiie program was over with, all of those present who were fortunate enough to he classed as "married folk" sat f.hemselvoB around the long tables and for an hour or so were engaged in appeasing their pangs of hunger, during which time the younger set were on the dance floor endeavoring to put a keener edge on their own appetites so that they would he ablq to mako good uao of I heir time rvli-on they would he given their turn at the table. Much credit ia due the committees who worked so diligently in making this party the success that it was. The recent snow we have been ro- ceivins haa caused the farmers here to havo a very optimistic feellnc in regard- to crop conditions tills year. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Fairbanks re- turned Wednesday from Washington, whern they have been spending the winter months. Mr. Fairbanks says that Canada is still good enough for him. me and I just can't praise it said Mrs. B. wife of a well- known contractor of Vancouver, B.C. "I had one of the worst cases of stomach trouble, that I believe a per- son could have, and I ate little more than enough to keep alive. I could hardly stand anything on my stom- ach, and at times even a little toast would cause rne to suffer from indi- gestion. I would bloat uo with gas caused my heart to palpitate .zzy spells. pains through my back shoulders and I was miserable nearly all the time. "I kept reading and hearing much about Tanlac that I started tak- ing it myself and it has relieved me of all my troubles. I am eating heart ily and I never have a sign of indi- Bvaria of Taber. The little girl was great many ai _ _ ___ ______ u __ ____ _ sn both deaf and dumb, and hall been at- placed on the market. The genuine tending an institute for children afflic- is put up in a yellow wrapper; 3 pine ted in this manner, at the 'Manitoba trees the trade mavic; price Sac. and capital, and contracted a cold, devel- bottle; manufactured only by j oping into scarlet fever, followed by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, pneumonia and other complications, Advertisement. which ended fatally. The body em- halmed in Winnipeg, arrived here on the westbound, Saturday night, and interment at Taber cemetery 'Will take place tomorrow afternoon, prob- ably from the L. D. S. church, Bishop Haynes of Taber, officiating. Much sympathy is felt for the family, which is well known here and at Drumheller, where they resided for a time, re- turning here later, Mr. Evans having HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE BOWEIS FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your inter- est to try US. We have ah up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction In price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders reground, and fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st S. Phons 1732. A free motion of the bowels, once or twice a day, should be tho rule been "a leading man in the locifl every ona, as half the ills of life gestion any more. Those awful pains are all gone from my back and shoul- M. W. of A. from its earliest days, and one of the sons formerly employed in a local garage, the others being occu- pied in mining. As a result of a fall from a load ot are caused by allowing the bowels to get into a eonst'patel condition. Wl.en the bowels are allowed to bowme constipa'Kil. the stomach gets j uit or nnirr, all'! lilt- liver not on account of I WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY HADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man.