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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT DAILY UERAID. FRIDAY, MARCH 1920 .Hurd Presented With Swastika F. A. anil U. F. W. A. Hold Meetings (From Our Own BOW ISLAND, .Vircb Tues- March S'h. the Boy Scouts enlertaineil Hie Camp Fin' flirts at Scout headquarters. The Bo.r I Scout Sunday school leac-her, Mrs. W. Hurd. Mho leaves shortly to room on Saturday afternoon, March j UOth. A splendid IMresli- infills. Mr. Ntls Hawkinsou was latcii to Medicine Hat hosiri'kl last Wed-' j ucsuay. i sir. Moore of MeilMni' Hat was a business visitor m town vast nesday. Miss t'uliou of Hie Public school I staff led for .N'aiilou ou Wednesday> uftcrnoou to be- present at tlie mar- uf sister, former urtosryi si-liooi teacher IUTC. Mis- Sylvia; lumpen .ook charg, of .Mis, ot days In town last week renewing acquaintances. Dr. Munro was in LolhlirMge last wei-k. Miss Kojeaiont, went to Medicine Hat last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clean- aler. who spent their honeymoon at Spokane, returned to Bow Island last After short time sppnt'at the tat- ter's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. -Mit- chell they will move lo their own j maVe UeV home in California wss also :t guest of the evening. The boys look this opportunity lo present her with a Scout swastika pin as a'alight I token of the great rcsanl Ihty havo [for her. Mrs. Hurd has had charge ot I this class for several months and by kind Ihouthlful and cheerful man- i ner has endeared herself to well I member of the class'. Each scout re- 1 srets that Mrs. llurii will not be hie teacher but wishes her much happiness in her ueiv hume. The sale of stock, implements, etc.. i belonging lo Ihe late Mr. Ceo. Herber t was held last Wednesday, Auciinesr Garrison was in charge. It amounted to about J3500. Tho regular business meetings' of the I'.F.A. and U.F.W.A. were held in the rest room on Saturday night. As there has been no mei'tiu? for soiue time, there was quite a lot of busi- ness to attend to. As advertised (he Hawaiian com- pany were here and save their con- cert on Saturday night. The attend- ance was nor large but reports speak highly of tho program rendered. After the concert the Hnwaitan orchestra furnished music and dancing was en- joyed ior a short time, Sunday school was lield in St. An- drew's church on Sunday morning. In the evening, Rev. V. M. Gilbert held regular church service in the United Church. Divine to the eiceed- ingly stormy night ilie attendance was not very large. The Oddfellows and llehekahs arc giving a (lance tonighl in the I.O.O.F. hall. Tho Ladies' Aid of Ihe United Church meet tomorrow afternoon In the rest room. Do not Jhe regular meeting of the Women's institute in the rest home west of town. The best wishes (Froln Our Own M'Vrch Mr. W. J. Mlnish ot Avcry, 1-.S..V, urrivpil 10' visit Isle sifU'r, Mrs. J. N. Mil! very ill. though slightly iui- j.roTir.g. Wlnnltrer] is to have a now brick hotel I'laaa have completed. Everything will bo modern. h will long looked for need o! travelling men ami the public. I'orties will be in April 15th o.- 20Ui to presure everything as soon as tho suow is off ground. A. H. Kendall has rented Ihe Odd- fellows' building as 1111 otfice. The will hold their meet- ing every Saturday at this office. Any- join in wishing her a speedy recovery. The Junior tfctool opened Monday. The seniors are still waiting (or a teacher. Mrs. was obliged to resign; the wilt not be able to teach again this year. A furious bllizari! and hUh winds hit Wlunlfred Sunday evening about 7 c'vlocic. It was lue most violent sloriu this wiuter and very severe ou cattle. Fred Harris-returned from bis vrlu- 161" trip to prepare {or spring work expecting lo'4nrm with hla father.. -Mrs. Will Campbell is doing nicely alter her oneration, The storK called recently at. lionie ot Mr. and Mn. B. U. White and left a fine baby boy. rarker made a business trip to this week. of tbelr tuanv friends so with them, j one wishing employment or wishing to employ should apply at this office. Mr, atd Mrs. J. Miichell wltb their grandson returned home ou Friday having spent the winter at Spokfine and Seattle. Mr. Ocy Clarke and little uAusliier of Witinifrcd were business visitors In town on Saturday. Mr. Chester Pendorsrast has return- ed from the norih where he spent the winter. Mr. ,Geo. Auger who has been in the B.C. lumber camp has returned. Mr. W. Wiilard t'algary lias The f.K.A. have appointed -Mr. Ken- dall to rcl as their agent. Alfred has up his place at tho Globe store and now engag- his farm. Mrs. Calloway1 is leaving neit week for Portland, Oregon, to spend the suinmor mouths with her rela- tives to rccuuGrfik' her health. Jieegs returned from B.I', and is visiting at the home of his brother, MEETINGS IN EGYPT AND SOUDAN FORBIDDEN CAII1O, Ksypt. March Marshal Allenby. British com missioner in Egypt and the Soudan, has issued a proclamation which sternly forbids any meetings', pro cccdinge or resolutions by the lesltl mate anembly or by tho proviucla councils or by other elective bodies or members of them, outside their legal competence. Violations ot the pioclamatioi) uro to dealt with b} martial law. charge of Mr. C..K. Johneon's butcher i Mrs. Cyril Allred Walter, northeast of Winuifred. ..........if Haley. Alia., shoD now. is visiting at the home of her parents, BlKir who east, just after i Mr. and -Mrs. B. B. White. 10 miles Christinas, to see her mother return- south of Winhifred, Kobt. Colvlu. Hamilton, vves again elected presi-Jent ot llie Dominion Customs Officers' Association. from I.etubridge ou Friday after sickness of three weeks. Our BTEIKOSI. March The uiar- lage took place at Ktiikom on rtiday. Jurch 12, of Mr. lieu and Hiss llelford, both ot Granlea. Mr. J. performing tho ceremony, with Sirs. Brown and Mr. Tliorpu as witnesses. Mrs. Garrison returned home last Friday after visitiug at Weyburn, BasV., for a few weeks. Mr. Harvey MoKeuilo returned homo this afternoon attending the funeral of his sister, Mrs. CHft Sowall, Alberta. Mrs. Sewall succumbed to tho 'flu. Her ruaay friends Ktzikom were very corry to hear of her death. Mrs. gewall lived south of towu for corning In with her brothers andt father when the country first set-' tied. She leaves a and email children to mouru her lose, also three brothers, a sister and lather. Tho Literary dull spent a very evening last Wednesday' by A HIRAM JOHNSON COUP liN'NBATOMS, '.March 17.-- Supporters of Hiram Johnson for Pre- sident took control ot the Honnepln county Republican convention here today, named a county committee and elected Slate Senator Arch Colo- tuau, who had been opposed by the Wood stute organization, .as county chairman. WOOD HERE ST. Minn., Ntrch gates pledged to the candidacy of Leonard Wood control of the Hautwy fcounty KepnWictn conveullon here today and In defeating Johnson and Lowden'delegations ou the first Important test pf strength. Wood's friends, wltb mijorlty of tho tola! delegate, the committee Herbert Roller chairman ot LACK OF iect nourishment, ute t beginnings of nervous prostration. over-work or imper---- all in a ineasure contribute to and are the bavins a concert, some speaking, and dancing. -Mrs. Warren and other members se'rved n very dainly supper at tho midnight hour. -Mr. and Mrs. James McFail return ed home last week after spending a couple of months In the Scales. :Mr. Oscar Kiley returned home is a decided help to those who ate in that it pro- vides an eaiiby assimilated food that quickly up the general health by nourishing the whole body. Give less attention to worry; enjoy regular rest and sleep and take. Scott't EmubUn regularly after meak never failt to nourish and ttrengtheit. fttnato, Oat. t ed on Saturday. Mrs. K. C. Ludlke and Mrs. y. Taylor left on Saturday evening for Edmonton where the- Alberta Wo- men's Institute is now in session. Mrs. HawMnson who accompanied her husband on Wednesday last to Medicine Hat returned on Monday. Their son from Minneapolis ar- rived to spend sonic lime here. Mr. Pippard spent Ihe past few days in town returning io Maieb yesterday. .Mr. M. Millard, Calgary, was a bust- ness visitor in town tlie first of week. While here was a guest of his aunt, Mrs. R. H. Itobcrlsou. Mrs. Howard Murray is reported ill with pleurisy. Mr. B. C. Ludtfce, arrived from the north on Tuesday morning. Mr. A. F. Werls spent n. short time here ou Tuesday returning west ou Ihe afternoon train. Mrs. O. W. Xordin lefi thli morn- s been in returned M 153 MABEL S. DESCHANES, a papular and attractive woman of LewTston, Maine, Is now an ardent champion of Tar.- 'ac, alnce she began Et a few weeks ago. Miss Mabel 3. Deschines, a popular and attractive young woman residing at iNo. 7 UorUot Street, LcwislDM. Me., is now nn ardent of since medicine a lei she Ijegan uslnp the weeks ago. "I prize Tanlac above every other aedlclne, that which prc- JCTibcd for said Mlsa Reschancf )n relating lier recently "f dislike puhlicltj-, hut there are so many others who, no doubt, Buffer a. I did, I feel that, 1 oushl to (ell them about it "I been a great sufferer from indigettlOD and liad been under th doctor's care for ail months wilhoti relief.. At the time I began takln Tanlac I was on a very rlfld diet an at times could not retain food of an> kind. Even cold water would caus r extreme nausoa, suffered from los of appetite, severe cranlplng pain after eating and extreme Finally ray condition got BO -bad simply had to give up and go to be until J got relief. I .wan unable (o g down town lo do my shopping ant although 1 had been under treaimci Tor six months, there seemed to b no relief for me. Honestly, i dan' belleco I 'would alive now l( hadn't gotten Tanlac, for 1 was fluffs Ing terribly and getting worse all Hi lime. my sifter persuaded mo I try Tanlac. 1 improved from the ver first and one bottle did mft more Kooi1 than the six months' treatment. SVlii I actually gained four pounds f weight while tiiklng Ihls one botlli I have now taken four bottles and feel just llko a different person ani am eating just anything I want; i: fact, everything seems to agree wft me perfectly. 1 mil now able to real good jlood purifying medicine such as llur- dock ijlootl Bitters. This preparation ha.s been on (ho market for over 40 years and is Ihe nost reliable remedy for alt troubles arising from a had condition of, th blood. H removes all Ihe impurities from the system, and will leave a clear, healthy skin. Mr. Ehnerson G. Goodwin, Cam- bridge, N.B., nearly two veara i suffered from uoils and pim- ples on my face and neck, and near- ly all of my body was covered with the pimples. J tried most everything, but got no relief. One day a friend ad- vised me to try Ilurdock Illood Bit tc-rs, and after using three bottles the pimples and boila had all left me nnr: (hero is no sign of them returning, can strongly recommend I'. II. tc anyone who is with s disease." Manufactured only by The T. Mil burn Co., Limited, Toronto, Advertisement. CHILD'S mm Look at Tongue! Remove From Stomach, Liver and Bowels, OLDEST WHITE MAN IN B. C. DEAD AT 102 VICTOHIA, D. C., Marcli tkh -Columbia lost its oldest white resident today when William Conk died at the age of 102 years. Me vas born in February, ISIS, oti the northern shores of Cham- plain, Quebec. In 1837 he was a dis- patch runner at Qne., in iho I'aplneau rebellion. Joining the Hud- son's Hay Company, he reached Vic- toria In ISO. CONSPIRACY CASE CLOSES (1HAXI) ItAF'inS. Midi., Marrh 17. Marliii W. Mtlcllon (if New York today Hie case for tile defense in the Xev.-berry oierlion conspiracy Irial, plcadlnn (or three hours T.-ilh the jury which is lo drsrlilc soon the gnllt or innocence of Sotintor Tru- man li. Xeivherry and SI sliilo politi- cal leaders Accept "Callfdriiln Ky'rup of Flg-i for Ilio mine on the jikickUKQ. Ihen yon arc sure yuur child Is having the best and harmless laxative or phyair for the little sirjirtach, liver ami bowels. Child- ren love KB fruity lui'lc, lAill for ciilfd'o dose on each fjol- lle. fjive it without fear. Molhcr! Yon say "California." Advertisement The Advance-Rumely Line for 1920 tl-K H.P.I fTteERE is one tractor above al! proved I that it can give dependable service at an economical it over a number of it ever since the beginning of the tractor industry, and Uiii tractor is the Rumely OilPull. 5fou buy OilPulls on Consider that "Old Number Number Nine, Numbey Eleven, Number Fourteen and other old OOPulls have been giving dependable service year after year for many years, and that they are still good for_ many more seasons of day-in and day-out work. There is no tractor built that can match these records of yean of dependable, continuous service. And OilPull economy is as remarkable in OUPuH endnr- ance. The OilPull is the only tractor that is guaranteed ut writing to'successfully operate on kerosene under all con-j ditions, at an loads. All OilPull tractors are oil-cooled. The OflPuH wtt, designed to be cooled-by oil instead of water to efficiency and decrease trouble. No freezing or boiling; over, in extreme temperatures. No scale deposits in cylinders or radiator, no rusting of internal parts, no dogging of the circulating system. j Advance-Rumely puts quality first' and always believes in and practices the life :of -a: tractor, jnot price, determines its y that in'anything you buy "You get Just what you pay For 1920, there are four of this famout as follows: 12-20, 16-30, 30-60 H. P. IDEAL SEPARATOR same features that for years have charac- I terized the "Save-all-the-Grain" Rumely Ideal' Separator will be maintained for 1920. One new size is added, 28 x 48. This gives a lineup of five models for 1920, rang- ____ ing from 22x36 upto3Sx60. Itofferaasizefromthe small outfits for individual use to the big outfits that will meet'the needs of the largest custom thresherman. The superior characteristics of the Rumely Ideal are recognized everywhere. The straw is kept constantly on the move in a steady eyen flow from cylinder to stacker, due to.the exclusive Ideal design. No possible chance for bunching, clogging, winding or choking. It is this sound fundamental principle upon which the Ideal in built that is responsible for its now famous large capacity, complete separation and thorough cleaning. Among the exclusive features that have made the Idea! the foremost separator on the market are: patented travel- ing slatted chain rake and the largest grate surface'of any separator Built; size for size, the longest straw rack of sny separator fingers on straw rack instead of common shakers; seven feet of extra chaffer length in grain pan, on larger sizes in proportion; one-piece frame construction; all adjustments, oil and grease cups on the outside. The five sizes of Ideals for 1020 are 22x36, 28 x 44, 28 x 48, 32 x 52 and 36 x 60, Your .careful investigation and thorough study of the Advance-Rumely line is invited. UmM LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS AND SERyiCE STATIONS BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY LTD., LETHBRIDGE ALEX. GEO. MORTON, WARNER AXEL ANDERSON, GRANUM JAMES BEGUIN, FOREMOST WM. FOOTE, PINCHER CREEK C, A. FERGUSON, CARDSTON BARONS IMPLEMENT AND ACCOUNTING AGENCY, BARONS NOBLE FOUNDATION LIMITED, NOBLEFORD FRED CQTTAM, COALDALE A. SWENNUMSON, BOW ISLAND J. J. BILLINGMEIR, TABER I. J. BURR, MANYBERRIES McMlLLAN DASE, GRASSY LAKE GEO. T. WRIDE, RAYMOND ;