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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIU'USIHY, MAIU'.M 20, TIIK LlCniHKHHlE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Duherly Dies Kroiu Heart of Busy (From Our Own HOW ISLAND. .Mar. tea nd entertainment givpu by the Unit- t'd Sunday School iu Ihe UniteiJ church on Friday evening will lung be remembered aa a distinctly pleasant Alter the children had jar- taken of their supper H very excel- lent programme was rendered. Tlie lutroms and friends- or (hu pupfls Lefng in to enjoy Its n tun tiers. Much credit is due lo Uio teadiera anil the (or ihclr 'jutir- liig efforts throughout tlie year and lo -for their excellent work in ihe preparation of tliu iHograimne. presented on Friday evening. Tim I the parents of the pup- ils appreciate these admlrabb endeav- was demonstrated by the persistent applause audibly eiprGBsed on Widiiy evening. {Mr. and Mrs. Rainbow, St.. arc being congratulated on the birth of a daughter, Friday, March Htli. ..Tlie Ladies1 Aid of St. Andrew's church will he entertained at ittio home or Ft." H, Roborion, Olqlilsl durltiK the a Her noon ot Thursday next. Mrs. K. tVLudtke and daughter tUnicd on Friday from Calgary. FreddieSmith and MA mother lull on Tuesday for Kochesier. WIs. Mr Larigrlce was a (justness vis- itor to Lothbridje last week. "The Lost presented by local talc til in Iho assembly hall of i St. church on Monday even i hy ;i large and ap- preciative ai.dlcpce. vftti1 carried through with a awing that vrould do credit to professionals and loo much police -Ije given tliosa who tool; llfelrHrespective. 'parts (or the pnlendid euccos? nituined in their rtrn at loin jit 'in Ihis lino ul enter- The singing was j.arlicutfirly plcaB' Iiig os was the address by Mr. Mo Kf-iiita "The Day We Celebrate." The atnKing of Save the King" brought to conclusion one of the most lileaalng entertainments ever present- ed in Hc-w -Island. Don't' forget ths ptmlry sale and ten Ijyt 113 held on Saturday afternoon in the rest room, uniler the auspices the pld of- St, Andrew's. Unit- td church.. Mr. and Mrs. P. Cotton and family left on ilonday for Victoria, JJ. C. .Mr. II. returned on Sat- urday from Banff. Friends of Mrs. J. Cur ran will bft glad to fcnow she is; making satisfact- ory progress from her recent illness. T. I3gt. Kmard ot UurAet.t was the guest T. 'Whitney on "Monilay. .evcnipg a representa- tive -ftrtd" prb- fcssionaj men. ot Ih5 town assctnblcu at the'Queen'? to tender fiireWell luncheon to Mr. W..P. Cot- ton'and Jr., who left 'his tfeek for Victoria. Many expressions of rcerel hy those pres- ent ihb of both Mr. Uoltu'n and hia'iaon. Mr. emotion iilgly reatipaded'lo kindly fatinn ot lilsifriendH and the "Very happy evening nffordeif-himself and his son. At the of festivities Mr. was with pipe and tobacco'pouch hy ..Mr. R. S. nealtie. president Of the IJois- IsUmd boartl ot Mrs. A. Rolphe returned, on Saturday from" Csigary.--. i Miss p. Cfifberl'spent the week-end In Mcillcltic ,Thb Bow "la.and Farmers Oil Com-: pany havo dtaposed of their gasoline and oil plant the'Home Grain Elc- 'vator Coaiixiny. '--Mr. MclCenna spent the wcch-eild in Medicine Hat. Mrs. 'McKenn'a and her Iiifant daughter are progressing nicely. Mrs. "Seven 1'ersons is at the guesl of Mra, Oliver, llehcr Mr. anfl.Mrs. llamcl of Burdell, vcre tlie'guestV bt Mr.'and Mrs. Her- man Smith on'Monday. Mr. Hossey of Talcr was the gueal of anil'.Mrei'F.'Moerki on Mon- day. i t. v -_ Friends will _reg.ret to learn of the lieceJSRry r removal o( Mrs. "llts is >tedtcine Hot on evening for n appeniicitis. AYilwol. ia at present a guest in Medicine Mat. Tho ranny friends of Mrs. Carl- will-regret'to'leurn of lier illness at Ihft'htMtie of Hr sister, Mrs. Penny, Blzikoih. Her friends slncerfily hope for her earJf and complete recorory. -'The many-friendfl of Miss Bertha Kirscli will docply regret to (earn of bit Continued serious lllncas. 'Glover WIiHe (s in town renewing _Me after C. K, P. experjentfes itnh citizens cxtcrirl to h'ltii a Very hearty welcome indeed, A V; KeBlJAnl's licro we're ilcoply slmrkcd hy the Hidden.death of Mr. Hugh Itoliorly, a farmer residing north essl ol Wlnri1trQ.rf.--Mf. Doherty wasi wide- ly known and respected by all who knew him. Ho was-an old limo pug- ilist nnrj an good fellow. fnllurc, The removef] lo the Hnrsl Ijndcrtfltting' Prtflrtrs nnri funeral fir- rangemMits bo rtifldo later. The decjieist is extended to fits relative! In the It sad hcrcavcmcnt. Tfic sympathy of residents cilendH'Vo.MfRJiJnacpIi Mltchftll. who n.nwa of her italK al Mr. succiirnVeJ'fd "tho nfiecta oE Hpnnlsh'lhfdieniia Is survived hy ril-i two children.' Miss h In cinf! Ffaf. atlAnrlliiK Mi's, MrKenna. tirfc VSry lu report thai tff. f.atfjiitH'til lias ;iblc In re- Him liV'hla'lioiUp'nf t'lcnsiiiil View, completely restored lo prr-viuns vigor. people surprised that INSTANT POSTUM Try it. A very excellent meet rug of institute was held in thft rest room on Saturday ulternoon with a large number of jiersons jireaent. An in form ul programme waA after which 2 delicious lunch was served. Mr., H. lloberlson ot Calgary was a business visitor hero on Tuesday. Mr. H, Smiti is visit tug Ms mother and sister in Mcdiulne Hat, Mr. and Mra. H, E. Htmife, riroad way. arc rejoicing over the arrival of an infant daughter. Mrs. Freddie Kualth IB-entertaining the members of tlie Altar Society pi St. Michael's church at the residence of her too'.her. Mrs. A. U. Hmtth, Heber Street, this afternoon. Hears Lodge and Prof, Lowell Dlvtr- Views mm BOSTON', Mans.. March intrita ol proposed covensnt of the Jearue of nations were debated !a_: night by Senator Henry C'ahot Lodge am) A, Lowell, presi- dent of Harvard L'ufverity, before ati audience that followed the speafcere with Intense interest and frequently approval, .Senator IxxJge attacked the covenant as a "porous Instrument." Dr. Ixiucll admitted that the "cove- nant" needed clarifying, hut argued that In oubBtance, as a plan for tlie prevention of war. It was sound. Kenator Lodge. In openlrtfj his argu- ment, he was not against a league of nations "Two before his he BalJ "I was with Col. Roosevelt for OTTAWA, March 1H speaker tlie bo'jse todjy iu replying to Mr. Hockco that Dr. J. K. Koran. chairman ot altering in Montreal on Feb. H. was in ibfi em ploy of house o[ ;umiaous. Dr. Foran was absent (rom Ms duties dur- ing most of (he setalon of ISIS, leave of absence haf ins been granted to him on account of the of !m wife and children and the start ot hii owii heillh in con earn, Mr. Hocken: "What is govern- ment Eofog to do in tiie mattfr, sec-ing The A very enthusiastic meeting of Ihe 80ino hours. We local U. K. A. was conducted in thc 1'----------- rest room oil Saturday evening. Mr. A, P. Werts Is at present in Ed- monton. Smythe of Medicine Hat made an official call hero on Monday, Considerable success attended the dance gheu on Monday night under (ho of tho liow lalanil bach- elors In aid of baseball funds. The Medicine Hat orchestra wan in atteuiJ- anee and ihe Ideal rnualc made daac- mg a dietinct pleaiure. fully of nations in all its bearings, that I have taken and v NATION HEADS MEET Paris, .March rd The important con- ferencc between President Wil- son, Premier George. Premier Clemeiicean and Prem- Icr Orlando began at 3 o'clock lodar. It was that thr> would- last throughout Ihe afternoon. now take had his full approval." The senator in emphasizing tho iro portance of Article 10 in the cove- nant, askfcil if the people ot America would be willing to sent! forth "our sons to the battles of. all the na- tions of the yet that is demanded, he v.aid, "and the Ariieri- people should nonder Ihia sober ]y before acce i tig a cov r nunt con- taining any such stiinitation." Dr. Jewell iaiil the premises for his argument by asserting Ihal to bo ef- fective, a league of nations to prevent must provide tor compulsory arbl- V it rat ion ivith penalties for the tliat no nation would venture to i' incur. Then he analyzed the proposed covenant to cstablisl; that, though there were faults in Ihc drafting, it offered the minimum essentials of an ftnli war league. nent Hamilton business man, died at that the meeting was of a rebellious The speafcer: government ba5 oat considered tho matter, but as soon as I saw the newspaper of tho meeting, 1 expressed very stroag disapproval of auy ptfi.'er in the em- ployment of tbe house taking an ac- tive part in any meeting o! a political character. POTASH FROM GERMANY COPENHAGEN, March the agreement readied at llotterdani, a dispatch Irotn Berlin says. Great Britain will rett-ive thirty thousand tons or potash from Germany. Negot- iations with, oiher entente couniritb were not The piutcedi uf the safe of the potash will be credited I to Germany In iiaylug ior I'ooJ piies. Banking Service VOUR banking requirements may be entrusted td this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UTTHBRIDCE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MIl.K RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, Man J. U.S. GORDON, Raise More Hogs Every Farmer realizes the in Bacon Hogs at present prices. The only question in hii mind is, "Where can I get the mohey to bay brood and .The Merchants Bank gladly makeiloaiM..... to assist capable farmers in increasing their holdings of live slock. Talk it over with the Manager. MCRCHANTS BANK. OF CANADA IBM. UmiliKlpUB BRANCH, H. J. DINNING, MONAftCil BNANCir, A. KfKM.Y, Aolmj NOBI.HH.Okp M, A. XIU-ATHICK Linens and Laces Linens and laces you would not think of sending to the faundry can be safely entrusted to Ivory Soap. They come out of the Ivory suds white and fresh without a weakened thread and retain- ing all their original charm. Anything included in the term, "fine laundry' can be cleansed thoroughly, harmlessly, and as often as necessary with Ivory Soap. Ivory contains no free alkali to rot the fibres of fine fabrics; harsh materials to injure delicate materials even slightly. IVORY SOAP PURE forte in thc PtcKtifi A Gtmblt st BtmHton, >.nwH w The Robinstn Folding Bath Tub Guaranteed for ten jejrc. CO In. 27 ID. wide aad 15 in Comes sel up ready tor im. Whni not in use can be folded aad put lie own best tilonJ lir hiilttf In jour home Prepaid upon receipt of price, J15.00. y Agenti winted- 6 Dominion Block, W. R. COLLINS, GeicnJ Afnt, WLL HELP THE WORK ETC, 'And si, the same time gel-the oj taking in all classes, the s pool, Bhowers, tca'drrig 'aud writing room, meetings, etc. THEN TAKE OUT A MEMBERSHIP THIS WEEK WE REQUIRE 300 MORE MEMBER! THIS YEAR. R.C.Harvey'sHuinane Docker t Having used this rtocker with spleniliii renulls for the past two I nm placing H on the market. It cuts and sears immediately and prevents bleeding t have found this doclior docs not retard the growth of the lainh as Is tho case In the old mclhod of docfclnjg, wlilch puls the laml) back one month. My hum me docker can be used by nny one. FOR SALE BY R. C. HARVEY 631 5th Street S., Lethbridge Administrator's Sale AUCTION SALE I AM INSTRUCTED BY MACKENZIE MENZIE, SOL10I- TORS FOR THE ADMINISTRATOR TO OFFER FOR SALE WITH- OUT RESERVE AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT BONNELL'S SALtl BARN, LETHBRIOGE, ALIERTA, ON Saturday the 22nd Day of March LI, 1J13 AT 1 O'CLOCK iHARP IN THE AFTERNOON THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND 1 Team of roan nuree, 6 ind 7 years old, weight 2400 Jn foal; 1 team geldinge, 7 years'old, 1 dark roan stWlof, aged years; 1 bay geldtng, aged 3 yeare; 1 rotu fllly, aged 3 year; 1 2-year-old regiatered HoUteln heifer, bred lo Lloyd Define's pure bred bull; 1 cow, 3 years, soon; 1 cow, 3 years, fresh; 1 democrat; two seats, good condition; 1 heary farm wtfon and bundle rack; 1 heavy firm wagon, triple box; 1 single iralldnf plow; 1 disc harrow; 2 sets double harness; Magnet, separator, together with other chattels, too numerous to mention; also" S teams young mares, 1300 to 1400 Ibt. CA8H. GEO. P. PORTER, AnrtMaeer. AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INITNUCTID BY MM. J. J. TIPPEN AND MR. J. C. CHENERY TO CELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON AUCTION SALE MONDAY, MARCH 1919 On Sec. 36, Tp. 9, R. nfei wot 2 miles west Stalwi HORSES: 1 good' one; I gelding, S'reins oW, weight abont 1S50, old, 1350, (bay 1 geldlnc 8 years old, 1150; 1 celdlBf, 4 1 knd-niuv, i .md 4 years old. 1 25 h.p. steam ejigine, Waterloo make, run waaoM tkremh-' ing-, in good condition; 1 Adunct wpantor, run one season, llglit bbl. 'ud waeon nearly new; 1 7 bbl. talk 1 (aai plow, 12-iacli, brelker and stobble 1 tulky pio'lr, lack, and stubble bottom; 1 twenty disc seed drill. TERMS: Engines and rtallion 25 per cent, ed to mlt purchjKr, with appravca Mcurlty InterMt at dia- count, 1% far cah. Othtr stock and caah. r. rorter, Friday, March. 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK, SHARP At the J. J. Tifien Fare, milet of the City of Lethbridge HORSES: 1 bay ot 4 yean old, 1 grey team geldings, 4 ind 5 years old, 1S04 I brolnr geldings. 4 years old, 2COO Ibs 1 sorrel team of mana, 4 u4 7 years old, 2600 Ibs., 1 mare In foal; 1 arey fetm mann, 4 and 5 years old, 2400 His.; 1 grey gelding, 4 years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 fitT mure, S years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 9 years old, 1960 1 brown mare, 4 rears Ibje., 4 old, 1301 Ibs.; 1 ir.are, i> years old, 1250 In i 'frit 5 years old, 1 Kay mart, 4-ynn 1204 Iba.? 1 driving tnnre, 10 yfnn oW, 11 CO Ibs.', In roil; 1 black mare, 4 years old, 1200 Ibf.; 1 bay mare, 10 yean 1400 Ibi, IB 1 saddle pony; all horses broke to work; 1 brood sow. TERMS OF '25% casb, parable by Joint notes on NOT. 1st, with S% on all credit amonata, or S% oft for cash on tKe credit affloimtsl Cattle, Implencflb and FtratVe CATTLE: IS held of choice dairy cows, Inclndlai; Saorthoraa, ilolstcln anil Jerseys, some fresh olher.s (rfsh sSortlyj S hMKl ot 2-year-old steers and heifers; 5 calves. IMPLEMENTS: 1 corrugated picker surf tee: 1 Magnet cream separator, 1000 capacity; 1 wagon and bay raoX; 1 truck wagon, water lank, pump awl 1 -Bain wijon with rack; 1 lumber wagon and grnin box; 1 set of Iron harrows; S'cultlTators; 1 hay rake; 1 binder; 1 mower; 3 rolls of hog wire; a mistber ot foelf Including forks, shovels ami picks, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: Household tarollare for 6-rooii Including-. 1 good range; 1 new oil sloire; ,1 hettcrji} bed- slenrts, springs >nl mattress; 1 ilrewer aod watk beddlDK, crockery ware ami stnill articles, i TERMS OF SALE tor the cattle, implements and furniture are CMS. The cattle, and furniture are the property of j. C. Chenery, who h.ivlnj sott hit farm, will move them J, J. place aale, J'J-TimN' J. A. SUDTH, J. C. CHENERY, Proprietora, E. ENGLISH, CLERK. ;