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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920 .THR DAIL'V HERALD NINU F g -Water Bfrerywhere Through Melting of SBOW- Happy now about again, feeling mucb Invitations are out: for' the Bacho tr1! ball to be held on the evening ot March 17th in Tustlau's hall. D. R. MCIvor. Mrs. James Bird, and tire. Robert Littleton left on Sal urday evening for Kdmonlon to at Lend the convention-ol-the Alberia Women's Instltule. Mrs. Hta-gttYe left on Sunday nighi for Edmonton. She will also altend Lhe cpnyentlou and then go on to Busby to'rl'sH'Ker two daughters, Mrs Fulton and Miss Madge. D. R. Mclvor Is In Calgary ou bus: ness The. village poand -was cheated ou of a prottte'er.'.' TThe easlhouad way trtlcht de-capttatfsd ono of th town at high.noon, Monday.'. No only tho -Tlllafe olft A C. U got cheatod that day, for in Ib twtnkllng'Of an-eye that car cass had dtsappenrcd, "we know no how nor where''; but somebody wil bo living high on'sausages and rashers o! bacbn. HELPLESS ill Until He Took 'f re Wires" Be Fruit Medicine R. K. No. I. 1-onxr, OCT. 'Tor over three years, I confined to bed with Khcumadsttt. I treated with doctors, and fried nearly everything xitliout benefit. Finally, I tried Before I fiaj used half a fsow improvement; Ilia pain was easier ajid the swelling slarlcnl to go down I continued takini; this fniit me- dicine, improving all the time, and now I can walk about two miles and do light chores about the ALIiXAi'DliR MDNHO. We. a 6 for trial slie25o. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruii-a-lives J.in'iileil. Otla-.va. Successful St. Patrick's Tea To Have Grand Ball (From Our Ovn Corresoos-isnt) GOLDMAN. Marsh I.O.O.P. and Ilefcekah lodges bold their annual ball in the Opera House on X.-.'day evening. .March 15th, Tba had was suitably decorated for tho occasion and the doer was In first class chape. Tho Stokes orchestra supplied the musEe. The ball Is always looked for- %vard to, as everything Is done to mafce the evening pleasant and bright A Robertson College Will Get Div- inity Hall Cost Medicine Hat Gets Church large nnniher of the accept- thelr Invitation and some pretty dresses were to be seen. RcdcllW and Medicine Hat are go- ing to get nev churches out ot tho proceeds ol the Forward Movement. Announcement to this ellect has been made by Rev. A. R. en rag, organizer for toe-synod of Alberta, Robertson College, of the University of Alberta will a neir divinity liali to cost J75.0VO. According to the organiser referred to, S7 churches and 70 manses will bo built in -Alberta, BS a result ot the music Rood. Everyone liad very 1 money collected through the For wart The i Movement. Grants and loans will uo That Stubborn Cough from a fresh cold, Bro.nchjtis or Asthma will readily 'yield to NAORUCO iver Oil SotJ by all gucJ Druggittt This dependable cough medicine gives quick relief when the throat is sore or irritated. It heals the infiamed mem- branes; loosens the phlegmj_and_completely relieves thp mo a stubborn cough. Its agreeable taste this excellent remedy particularly v lulled to diildien. Keep a botlle always in the house. None genuine except in Red Package beating the tzademaik Na-Dfu-Co. inlKlmJ IT National Drug and Chemical Company of VANCOUVER PILOTS MAY FIGHT FOR CHINESE VANCOUVER, R.C.. March Lieut. A. McUride, may again take to the air In aerial warfare. They are negotiating [or positior.a with tho Chinese government in connection Vancouver pilots formerly ot the efforts t'j suppress the.Tong Charles Bayley and I conflicts In Far East, (From Our Own Correspondent) TURIN, March thought that last storm -we had was the "worst ever" for this time of the year; hut now we find it could have the pnoXafierlhon.you are sure your worse, ,il-looks' like Isi having 'th'6 best''and mp.sl u might oul do thai memorable harmless, .for the spring they tell us aboul when so litpe 5tomachr.liyer-and bowels. Chlld-l much stock died, ren love its, delicious .fruity taste. Full dtrectionssfor child's dose on each btA- tie. Mother! You'Iuust say "Cal'Jornia." Vt'm. Elaschuck aud wife are the proml parents of s. baby -boy, Iwru -March -10th. It' was a tiarinE thing to do, but the whole' count rwJcle without gps and-Uko Koenen made the neces- sary trip -to Lethbrldgo to bring out A tank. Except lor "a little trouble. on the -river hill, be mado very good progress inrleed. Jvlartin Aim had to resort to'horses for of his trips with v the mail last' week. laschnck lost one of his- valu- able work horses Thursday. It fell' while hitched to1 a water tank and dtcd 25 a rcsuH. -Mrs. T. II. Hanson lost three more Oj .her.ypung "and "G. reports the You can generally' (he heart is affected by the faint and.dizzy death" of one 'of highest mare's. Bjiells; the tation. irregular RID ALBERTA OF''" MILK K1VBK. Jlarch Fred Pease made a trip to Lethhridga for a few days during the week. Services were held in Ihe CalhoIIo church ou Sunday by Rev. Father MoA.lpinc of Macleod, assisted by Rev. Father BWdeault, of Lflihbridge. Miss Hourbgarlen of St. I'aul, Minn.; left for her home on Saturday, after brief visit cl the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ellcrt. -Mrs, C.- A. Hunt left on Saturday to spend the week-end In Lethbridge visiting her daughters, Mrs. II. 13eck- er and Mrs. Ceo.- Stewart. Ou Monday, Mrs. Hunt leaves Leth- brldge for Edmonton as a delegate for Ihe Women's Instllute convention. Miss Kselyn Jochem lett on Monday lo attend the convention being held at Edmonton as a delegate for the Girls' First Aid. Frank Quinn was a visitor over the week-end of last week in Lethbridge. -The First Aid girls were entertained al the home of Mrs. Hunck on Satur- day afternoon. Jlrs. Thos. Otto of 2-15 leaves, as a delegate 'for the Women's Institute at Edmonton. Mrs. Frank Ellert entertained at five hundred on Friday evening .In honor of her guest, Miss Bomhgartpn of St. Paul, Minn.. The first honor was won by Mrs. and consolation by -Mrs. Gcssjeman. A dainty lunch was served by the hostess at.midnight as- sisted by Mrs. Reech and Miss nomli- garten, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Madge left on Saturday to spend a tew days ia Stirling and Lethbridge. Mrs. J. Helms of tothbridge spent the week-end of last week with Mr, and 'Mrs. Herb Thompson; '.Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barrows mov- ed lo Ihe farm on Monday after spend- ing Ihe winler In town. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Coalea enler- guest, .Mr. Coales' par- ents 'of C. Griffiths left on a business, trip. i.LethiivlilEe oh Monday. Mr; anfl'Mrs. Jocheurbave asi their guesls JpchenOi an enjoyable timu arid felt that this occasion bad been worthy of the ef- forts and of the Oddfellows and Rebekahs. On Saturday afternoon the "Path- 1 ftnders'f class of the Institutional church gave a St. Patrick's tea in the manse. The little -folks made lots of preparation and had the emblem of Ireland ia conspicuous places. tween three and six p.m. tho friends of "tho congregation visited fhe tea- rooiu, and at the close of the day, the Pathfinders had swelled the Furnaca fund ol the church by J15. There is considerable anxiety amongst the miners, due to various rumors- afloat that- they will have to, ign the check oH before next pay- day. Tho Curlers' ball on the nth ot Ire- land promisee to be a huge success. This baa been the best and busiest season in. the history of the Curling club. ,The Anderson orchestra hag been engaged for the occasion. A-smoker is to be held on the 25th made to aselsl the erection of thcsa buildings, the grants to average and the Several mission- ary hospitals, schools and rescue homes will also be built In rural dis- tricts. The returns for the Dominion on this movement In the Presbyterian churches totalled and it la expected that this will grow to 000 by neit tall. Rev. Mr. Schrag ex- pects Alhefla will subscribe another before nest fall. when the McGtllvary cup and the prizes for various -competitions m to the No Tenicdy. will do so much the lienrt restore 'it tq'a hfialtiiy and normal crindilion as Mil: burn's Hwrt and 'JJervo Fills.; Sirs; C. A. ,S.'i Drake, Parts, Onl.i 'have uswl 'on townrds the second bos of. .MUbnrn's Hoar{ and' Nerve Pills arid find they have.'done me good.- I hiid tho.ie fainting', iyiziy spells oijco in a ,while, and also 'weak- ness Bhortness of breath, 'and Tv'oiilil bfccopie so choked up at limCs-'l coulri hardly" sleep wilho'ul .sitting up in '.Talking too fast I would stop and try to catch my brfalh. I feel a lot belter since I have nsed your pills and-know lliat they have helped me.wonderfully au I have Improved very'njuch." ries Box at all dealers or mailed on-receipt of price by Th'e T. Milbnrn Co., Limited, Toronto, in niaifge'area's.'in bfr Hfled this SASKATOOM' .TAX RATE 1 This.'ye'ar's tax rate will mills. Commissioner our In co'rTcction.'ot the report thai the'.clfy council had acttltil' -'-on' 20.20. For separalc school EiiBPoVtors tiio ;rhtp, of 17 'would be for' the, p.ublfc school of their total lax 'rato'42 mills. ipaking Mra. Wm. Madden entertained Rev.' Father McAlpinc of'Macleod over the' The Catholic Ladies'. Aid at the homo of Mrs.'-CVIjloy'ile'GriffithB MEN TO VISIT CANADA VA.NCOUVBII, B: A Sydney, -.N.S.W., cable a local 'news' paper says Hint the following will rep- resent Australian .'npws'papers at the ;Kuinire press corifeVencc to be hold next Augu'st'in H. Denisoir ,of iiie Sydney Sun; D- Brahanii Syiincy J. 0. Sydney Herald; Theodore Fink, Mel- WILL PAINT PORTRAIT OF HON. J. A. CALDER REGINA. Snsk., March Sheldon-Williams, an artisl of Ixsn- don, England, formerly of Itegina, has been commissioned by the provincial government ot Saskatchewan to. paint a life-sized portarlt of Hon. J. A. Cald- er, L.IJ.D, minister of iininlgration. It will be placed in the legislature building at Hegina, with others of those who have been not- able fn connection with efforts for Ihe advancement and development ot the province. Royal Arrowroot Biscuit fishing, pure and :althful. Makes brain d muscle. Children cl prown-upslike thern, ped Packages Onlj NORTH-WEST BISCUIT CO. LIMITED Biscuit BUY MADK FINE RECORD Saak.. -Mp.rcli Saskat-j bourne Herald; Wm. Wright, Bendl chcwan cadets establishe-d a i go Advertiser; Godfrey Jvlel record. Figures 'avail- bourne Age; Chas. Davis, Hobart able now show! that cadets en- Ifsted were V: during' the of, whom ITS ciJlen' and 205 Xvouhdcd. Mem- cury; .J. Knight. Rriabane Normar. White, Brisbane Daily 'Mali; Sir -Langdon -.Boynthon, Adelaide bers were.nwnrdcd 52 decorations, In-1ytrllsw and. G. ,11. Varley, Grattoh' eluding one Victoria Cross, Examiner. m m si LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES HEAD OFFICE; Letlibridge, Alberta YARDS AT Lethbridge, Macleod, Coaidale, Cliin, Barnwcll.' SALE I TOMORROW, THURS; 1215 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH. COMMENCING !AT O'.CLOCK WADglNGTON WELL SELL BY AUCTION, AS THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: dining suite, comprising buffet, round extending and set dining chairs; heavy den table fn fuiMd-oak; turned oak leather.seated chair; loimge chairs; grass chair; Vict'rola records; sanitary lounge; while enathelfril tied and spring; dresser with oval mirror; hall runner; dresscV with bevelled mirror; handsome brass bed spring and nearly hew fell mattress; clis.sf of drawer; four fool 6 inch spring and mattress; 2 pairs-blankets; 'small carpel IJrusseH's carpet square; arm chair; Morris chair; kitchen table; kitchen Btonl; Balvanize.il :tubs; kettle; kitchen sundrie'il; dishes, :elc. TERMS CASH "V.'ADDINGTON SELLS-WITHOUT', RESERVE1' Friday Saie .at Auction o'clock Saturday Saie at Commerce, I o'clock Monday Sale.......at 60 Second Ave., HardieviHe AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS and FURNITURE __ Having received inslruclions from MR. J. A. WELLS, who has "sold his farm, the undersigned will seil by Public- Auction, and without reserve At THE FARM SOUTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 29-9-20, BEING TWO MILES WEST AND ONE MILE NORTH OF COALDALE, ON Wednesday, Mar. 24th 'COMMENCING AT r FREE LUNCH AT 1 black mare, 6 years, weight 1750; i brown gelding, a .yeara, 'weight'1700'; 1 'brown gelding, Clears, 1COO; 1 team couing weight 2600; 1 filly coming 2 years; 1 yearling colt; :i general purpose horse; 1 rnulo, femootli mouthed, weight I Jerseyi'mllk cow, jtist fresh; 5 good rrlilk cows, somo fresh, balance to freshen soon; 2 steers, 4 years; 4 slfiers, 3 stec-rs, 2 years; 22 calves; 35 head of cows and heiiers, ai: and in good shape; all itiese animals have hail plenly of :teed% all winter. l-Decring binder; 1, disc; 1 Oliver sulky plowj ...l.shoe drill; 1 Dfeering single disc drill; 1 set '1 set Iron, floal; 1 wagon, 1'wagon, Peter Schn.llar wagon, 3, with.box; 1 barrow; ;1 35 -L 1 walking p'ow, breaker and stubble; i McConnick -swing 1 buck rake, McCormick; 1 buck rake, Dalne; 1 Dccrlng mower, new; l.Massey-Hafris mower, 5-foot; 1 John Ueere 1 Massey-Harris sets double harness; 1 set single driving harness; 1 stock saddle. ONE CHEVROLET CAR, 1916 MODEL Complete furnishings and equipment of three-roomed house, including 3 Iicfls and springs, organ, SoiVing Also, atiiflcs tao numerous to mentioa. over iliat amoimt, one- apijrovecl note at 87o. maturing Oct'ohpr'lVl, for'icash on credit'amounts. Auctioneer D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk c-o-Dowsley Land Aflency, Uethbridge. ONE OF LOOS. AEROPLANE SPRUCE LOG, 11 FT. 4 IN. DIAMETER AT SMALL END. SA! F At COMMERCE, Near Lethbridge On SAT., MARCH 20th At ONE O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by MRS. E. LASTUCK will cell by Public a Quanfity of Household FURNITURE And also ono dairy cow, heifer; driving buggy; sol of single harness; chicken coop; and (he LAND AND BUILDINGS THERE- ON; 2 well built shacks; good stable. ALSO FORD 5-PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE 1917 MODEL IN EXCELLENT RUNNING ORDER TERMS PHONES AUGTI0N SALE Farm Stocky Implements, Household Effects Having Received Instructions from MR. CHARLES GLASPEY, who has rented his farm, the undersigned .will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION and WITHOUT RESERVE at his farm THE SOUTH-EAST QUARTER OF SEC. 15, TWP. 9, RGB. 21, FOUR MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 25th, COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. FREE LUNCH AT 11.30 1 dapple gr'cy gelding, G years old, weighing 1500 Ibs.; i roan grilling, 7 years old, weighing Ibs.; Ibay gelding, 7 years, Trelg- -golding, 7 years old..weighing 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay gelding, 7 years, ing HOO; 1 bay gelding, 6 years, .weighing 1-100; 1 bay gelding, 7 gelding.- 6 yparE, weighing 1250; 1 black gelding, coming 4 years, weighing 13SO; 1 .brown'geldlug, I years, weighing 1100; 1 bay more, coming 3 years, welshing 1200; 1 black mare, in foal, years; 1 sorrel mare, in foal, 4 years; 3 colts; 1 general purpose gelding. Horses are fat and ready.for work., 1 milk cow. fresh six weeks; 2 milk cows; 2 beef steers, coming 2 years; 5 beef heifers, coining 2 yeara. All in good shape. 2 farm wagons. 2 hay racks; I wagon boj; 1 International swing slacker; 2 Mill rakes; J McCormick mower. 5-foot; 1 Daering mower, licering wliffol rako; 1 Masscy-Harrla side rake; 1 Monitor double disc press drill; 1 Kentucky press drill; 1 lever harrow. -I sections; 1 McC'ormick disc, IB; 1 siiMiy plow, stubble and breaker bottoms; 1 single buggy! 2 fanning mills, one a "Hull 1 griini su.nc; 1 bJachariilth's 1 stock pMrtlo: 3 sels brltchlng harncaf; extra collars, bridles, etc; 1 platform scale. 600 Ibs.; 1 Ford car. ini7 in gootl shape; 3 beds, 3 springs, 1 mallresa; dur- ncv-Dxford cnok stove 1 heating stove; I laundry Rtovr.: extension table. 12 foot; refrigerator, buffet, book case, wriling desk, chairs, tables..washing machine; 15 volumes Bncyclo- p.irilia llrilannic.i; BO K.I. Htd Chickens; about S tons OoM Coin poiat. oes. dug before (he frost; about 100 bushels No. 1 Marquis seed wheat; about 50 bushels seed flax; many oilier articles loo numerous to mention. and Farm Machinery, one-third cnsh, balsnca on approved notes maturing November 1st, 1920, at 8 per cent. Inter- Everything esL 5 per cent, discount on credit amounts for cash, else cash. Auctioneer PETER LeVALL D, J. McSWAlN, Clerk c-o Land Agency, Lethbridge ;