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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THF, LETIIHIunfiJJ- DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 1920 Kurd Presented With Swastika F. A. and U. F. W. A. Hold Meetings room en Saturday afternoon! Marcti i r.'Oth. A splendid program. Refresh- i Mr. Hawkinson was taken Ui Medicine Hat hospital last Wed-' j ncstluy. Mr. Moore of Hat a i business visitor in town vast Wed- j uesday, Miss Vultou of the Public school i staff left for N-inton ou Wednesday; afternoon to be present iu thy mar- riage o! her sister, former primary school teacher lierv. Miss Sylvia lUnielson took cuarge of Miss t'ulinn's pupils during her absence. Mr. M. J. Hariford spent a couple of days iti town las', week renewing acquaintances. Dr. Munro was in l.oUibridge last (Fiuui Our OKU BOW ISLAND. .Mi-reli Oa Tuet- evening, March Jlli. Boy I Scouts tbe ('imp Fira j Girls Rt Scout headquarters. The Bor i Scout Sunday school teacher, lira. C. Huril, who leaves shortly to j make her home ia California was also a guest of the evening. The iook this opportunity to present her a Scout swasllka pin as a slight j token of the great they havo for her. Mrs. Kurd las had charge of this class for several months and by htr kind thoughtful and cheerful man- ner has endeared herself to inemher of the claps'. Each scout re- l grcts that Mrs. ilnrd will not be teacher but wishes her much happiness f In her now home. The sale of stock. Implements, etc.. 1 belonging to the lite Mr. Ceo. HerUr I was held last Wednesday. Garrison was in charge. It atnouuted to about The regular business meetings' of the U.F.A. and U.F.W.A. were held in the rest mnm on Saturday night. there has been no meeting for some time, there was quite a lot of bun- ness io attend to. -As advertised the Hawaiian com- pany were here and gave their con cert on Saturday night. The attend ance was cot large hut reports speak highly of the program rendered. After the concert Ihe Hawaiian orchestra j furnished music nnd dancing was cu- joyed for a short time. Sunday school was held in St. An- drew's church on Sunday morning. In the evening. Rov. V. M. Gilbert held regular church service in the United Church. Orving to the exceed- ingly stormy night the attendance was not very large. The Oddfellows and liebekahs are BivInK a dance tonight in the l.O.O.F. hall. Tho Ladles' Aid of tho United Church meet tomorrow afternoon in the rest room. Do not forget ihe regular meeting the AVomen's Institute In the rest Miss .Ve.'bt'.t. Hoacniont, went to Medicine Hat last Friday. Mr. .Mrs. !l. Cloarwater. who spent their honeymoon at returned to Bow Island last Friday, After n short time spent'at the lat- (Fraln Our Own March W. J. Minish of Avery. Idaho. t'.S.A., has arrived to' visit his Mrs. J. X. Tale, senior school teacher, who Is still vary ill, though slightly im- proving. Wlnnlfred Is to have a now brick liotel. Plans have beim completed. Kverythlng will bo thoroughly modern, h will long looked for need of travelling men and the public Parties will ho in VYiumtreJ April 15th or 20th to prepare fverythtug as Foon as the suow is off the ground. A. B. Kendall lias rented the Odd- Join Iu wishing her a speedy recovery. The Junior stuool opened Monday. The seniors -arc. still waiting for a teacher. Mrs. Tat? was obliged to resign; sho will not be able to teach Hgalu this year. A furious blizzard and high winds hit Wlunlfrpci Sunday evening abaut o'clock, it the most violent storm this winter and very severe ou cattle. Kred Unrrls returned from his win- trip to prepare Cor spring work expecting to At the time I began Tanlac I was on a very rigid diet am >l times could not retain food of anj kind. Even cold water would causi extreme nausea. I suffered from los of appetite, severe craiflpins pain, after eating and extreme nervousness Finally my condition got so tod simply had to give up and go to be flral and one bottle dirt mo more goof than the six months' treatment. Why I actually gained four pounds In weight while taking this one bottl liavc now taken four boltlcs and feel just liko a different person am ato eating just anything 1 want; I fact, everything seems to agree will me perfectly, I am now nblo Io d my shopping without, becoming fa tig tied iti (lie least and am no longer nervous like I was. "Tanlac (s simply wonderful, and I cannot It too highly." Taniac IB sold in I.eihb'i Idee by John Higinbolham in Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug ft Stationery 'Slpre, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Der- rick.--Ad rcrthcmc ill Mrs. Blair who went east, just after Mr, and Mrs. K. 11. U'hite. 10 miles to see her mother re turn-1 south of Winhifrcd. Mrs. (Rev.) Slhlnild is visiiins at Hie home of Mr, and Mrs. A. N. Weth- erel! for a few days before leaving for her home in Ledue, Alta. Mrs. Geo.-tjchieb's many friends will be pleased to learn she lias recovered rom her relapse. Miss Ines Wright is spending a.few days iu Medicine Hat. Mr. and 'Mrs. Harvey Davis gave dinner party, March IGth to cc-lehrato Mrs. Davis' birthday and wedding inniversary. Plates were laid for S, whist being played in the evening. Mrs. Hugo Peterson is !r. Medicine :lat hospital where she underwent a serious operation. While -still very II her condition is ns gond as can be expected. Mr. find .Mrs. Harry Grant spent Sunday. March Hth. in Medicine Hat K.IC. Bergau. made? a business Irl- :o Lethbridge Wednesday. Gophers are beginning to leave there, hiding place and looking Broun for more feeJ, -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn and baby ot Carmangay are visiting for a few weeks at the home ot Mr. and Mrs Geo. Dunn. Mrs. M. J. Collins is reported ahle to sit up but still "in 111 health. Al ed on Satui'dav. Mrs. E. C. Ludtke and Mrs. F. W. Taylor left ou Saturday evening for Kdmonlon where the- Alberta Wo- men's Institute is now in session. Mrs. Hawkinson who accompanied her husband on Wednesday last to! Medicine Hat returned on Monday. Their son from Minneapolis bin ar- rived to spend some time here. Mr. llppard spent the past few days in town returning ia Maleb yesterday. Mr. M. Millard, Calgary, was a busi- ness visitor in to'.vn the first of week. While here was a guest of his aunt, Mrs. 5J. H. iiobertsou. Mrs, Howard Murray is reported ill with pleurisy. -Mr, K. C. Ludtke arrived from the north on Tuesday morning, Mr. A. K. Werts spent a short time here ou Tuesday returning west on the afternoou train. Mrs. 0. W. Xordin let'. Ihii morn- ins for Caithness, B.C. Mr. Renzel Evans who has been in he Nelson district, U.C. returned ouie on-Tuesday Mr. s. Nicholas1 little child met with painful accident last week when it pset a kettle of boiling water scald- tig it very ba'dlj-. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johnson and lltlo daughter were visitors in Medl- Ine Hat Ihe first of the week. Mr. Feme has another sale in prr> ;ress, this lime he not only offers clothing hut also ladles' wear hoae, blouses, etc. Sale started Saturday and lasts lor ten days. Last Saturday afternoon the infant son and Mrs. Archie Gage pass- ed to the great beyond. On Sept 30th, 915, a BOH, Lorno. was born to Sir. ad Airs. Gace at their homo south of town. The little one has never teen "eally strong and the devoted parents have done everything In their power o try to make it better. Medical treat- ment from the Bow Island doctor.1! troved vain in easing its suffering. )n Wednesday of last week Mr. and ilrs. Gage took their little one to Medi- cineiHat to Mrs. Wood's private hos- Hal where Dr. Woodland attended. Hit again efforts were futllo and tbe eplrit took its flight. The little form was prepared for burial and the par- ents brought it to their home in Bow sland on Monday morning. The fun- eral was in charge of Mr. S. V. Hurst A funeral service was held at the Monday 2 p.m. where friends gathered and the Rev. V. M. Gilbert conducted the servico after which nterment was made in the local ceme- .cry. The sympathy of all ices out o Ihe bereaved ones. Weddings A wedding of considerable interest in this district was solemnized in St. I'aul's Methodist church on Wednes- day evening at 6.30 when Miss Leila Andrews, daughter of Mr. Thornton Andrews, Calgary became the bride of Mr. Edward Rennlc, of Bow Island Rev. W. A, Smith was the officiating cicrgyman. Miss Andrews was formerly a tench er in the Carnegie district, south of town and Mr. IJennic is an enterpris- ing farmer south of town and hoth have a large circle of friends In theae parts who eitend to Mr. and Mrs. Rennic their lest wishes for future happiness. On Tuesday. March 2nd, in Calgary a quiet wedding took part, when Km- ma, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Peteraon. wa? married to Mr. Paul Ellis of Granger. Alta. After a short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will reside in Carbon. Alia, Doth o[ the young people are well known here and.their friends join in wishing Ihem a happy and prosperous life. from I.elbbrldge ou Friday after sickness of three weeks. (Krnta our Own ccrrcjrvideati ETZIK05I. March mar- riage took place at Etzlkom on Friday. March 12, ot Mr. lien -McLean and Miss Helford, both of Grantee, Mr. J. Sargent performing the ceremony, with Mrs. Brown and Mr. Thorpe 3.3 witnesses. Mrs. Garrison relurued home last after vlsitiug at Weyburn, A HIRAM JOHNSON COUP M1KNBA7QM8.- Minn., March j Supporters of Hirain, Johnson for Pre- sident took control ot the Honnepln county Republican convention hera today, named a coutiVy committee and elecied -State Senator Arch Cole- mau, who bad been opposed by the Wood state organization, .as county chairman. k., for a few weeks. Mr. liarvey MoKeuxio returned WOOD ST. Mlnjt, gatos pledged to the candidacy uf Leonard Wood U control ot the Ramsey county KejHtbltan convention here today and Iu detesting Johnson and on the first important of strength. Wood's with majority of tho total the credentials committee elected Herbert Keller chairman of the homo this afternoon afUr attending funeral of bis sister. Mrs. Cliff Sewall, Vermilion, Alberta. Mrs. Sewall succumbed to the 'flu. Her many friends at Ktzikoiu were very sorry to hear of her death. Mrs. Sewall lived south of town for coming In u-ith her brothers andf father wheri ihe country-was first set- tied. She leaves a husband and live tiuidl children to mourn her loss, also three brothers, a alster and father. Thu Literary Club spent a very pleasant evening last Wednesday' by having a concert, some speaking, and dancing. .Mrs. Warren other members ce'rved a very dainty supper at the midnight hour. Mr. and Mrs. James McFall return- ed home last after spending couple of months in the Slates. Mr. Oscar Itiley relumed home LACK OF REST over-work or impertect nourishments all in a measure contribute to and are the beginnings of nervous prostration; is a decided help to those who are nervous, in that it pro- vides an easfly assimilated food that quickly builds up the general health by nourkhing the whole body. Give less attention to worry; enjoy regular rest and sleep' f and take. EmuIMn regularly after meak never to nocrruA and ttrengthcn. ;JM, BODY COVERED WITH THEM The primary cause of pimples 'arises from tho blood not being In a good condition. Whun Die blood becomes Impure you will find that pimples will bieak out all over the body, but more particularly on Ihe forehead, nose and chin, and although they ore ;iot dangerous trouble they ara very un- you need when pimpjes or hoils hreak out is a real good blood purifying medicine such as Bur- dock mood Bitters. This preparation has been on Hie market Tor over -JO years and is the moat reliable rumedy for all troubles arising from a bad condition of the blood. -It removes ;ill the impurities from the system, and will leave a healthy skin. Jlr. Einerson G. Goodwin, Cftm- bridge, N.B., writes: 'For nearly two years I suffered from boils and pim- ples on my face and neck, and near- ly all of my body ivas covered wiUi the pimploa. tneil most everything, but sot no relief. One day a friend ad- vised me to try Burdock Hloorl BU- ICT3, nnd after using three bottles the pimpiea hnd boils bad all left me nnd there is no sign of them returning. I can strongly recommend II. II. II. Io anyone who Is troubled with shin Manufactured only by Tlio T. burn Co., Toronto, Ont. Advertisement. CtB'S LJUUkUVE Look at TongueJ Remove poisons From Stomach, Liver and Dowels. OLDEST WHITE MAN IN B. C. DEAD AT 102 VICTORIA, B. C., Jlnrch Uri- llfh Columbia lost its oldest while resident today when William Cook tiled nt the nge of Hi2 years. Ho was horn In February, l.SIS. on the northern shores of Lake Cham- plain, Quebec. In 1837 tc was a ills- tralch runner at Que., in ttio Hnplneau ronellion, Joining (ho Hud- son's Day Company, he reached Vic- toria in 1345. CONSPIRACY CASE CLOSES GIUND UAI'IDS, Mich.. Mitrch 17, W. l.ittelton Now today clostd tiio 'case for tfi Vork In Nev.-berry nlerlion conspiracy trial, plcnriliif; for some three hours v.-ith the Jury which is to riot-Ida soon the guilt or innocence of Senator Trn- msn fl. Newbcrry am! Sf stale politi- cal leaders Accept "California for tho tho package, then yoi Syrup e I'allfoi-li iilro JTJII clilltl Is huviiif; the host iuni inoR liannlcsrt laxative or jibysir for HI little s'otnacli, liver auci ren lovn Its delicious frnily laxlc for eiiilfl's dofir; oncli hoi IJc. Oivc it without fear. Mother! Yon "California." The Advance-Rumely Line for 1920 i> one tractor above all prorrt I that it csn give dependable service at an economical it over a number of it ever since the beginning of the tractor industry, and tractor is the Rumely OilPull. You buy OilPulls oh performance not promises- Consider that "Old Number Number NinCj Number: Eleven, Number Fourteen and other old OilPulU 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 years of dependable, continuous service. And OilPull economy is as remarkable in OilPuH endnr-' ance. The OilPull is the only tractor that is gvatanietd in) writing to successfully operate on kerosene under aar ditions, at aB loads. All OilPull tractors are oil-cooled. The OHPufl designed to be cooled by oil instead of water to increase effici encyanddecrease trouble. No freezing or boiling over, in extreme temperatures. No scale deposits in cylinders or radiator, no rusting of internal parts, no clogging of tbe circulating system. v Advancs-Rumely puts quslity first', and always believes in and practices the life-of-si tractor, [not price, determines its value, "j that you get Just what you pay for." For 1920, there are four sizes of this famous as follows: 12-20, 16-30, and 30-60 H. P. IDEAL SEPARATOR HE same features that for years have charac- I terired the "Save-all-the-Gratn" Rumely Ideal' Separator will be maintained for 1920. One new size is added, 28 x 48. This gives a lineup of five models for 19JO, rang- ing from 22x36 up to 36x60. Itofferaasize from the smali outfits for individual use to the big outfits that will ncedsofthclargest custom thresherman. The superior characteristics of the Eamely Ideal are recognized everywhere. The straw is kept constantly on tlie move in a steady even flour 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 is built that is responsible for its now fanious large capacity, complete separation and thorough cleaning. Among the exclusive features that have made the Ideal the foremost separator on the market are: patented travel- ing slctted chain rake and the largest grate surface'of any separator built; size for size, the longest straw rack of any separator on straw rack instead of common seven feet of extra chaffer length in grain pan, on larger sizes in proportion; one-piece frame construction; nil adjustments, oil and grease cups on the outside. The five sizes of Ideals for 1020 arc 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. LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS AND SERVICE STATIONS BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY LtD., LETHBRIDGE ALEX. GEO. MORTON, WARNER AXEL. ANDERSON, GRANUM JAMES BEGUIN, FOREMOST WM. FOOTE, P1NCHER CREEK C, A. FERGUSON, CARDSTON BARONS IMPLEMENT AND ACCOUNTING AGENCY, BARONS NOBLE FOUNDATION LIMITED, NOBLEFORD FRED CQTTAM, COALDALE A, SWENNUMSON, BOW ISLAND J. J. BILL1NGMEIR, TABER I. J. BURR, MANYBERRIES McMiLLAN DASE, GRASSY LAKE GEO. T. WRIDE, RAYMOND ;