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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE FRIDAY, MARCH Uonse and Barn Institute Help tho Hunt Out fFrom Our Own COWLEY, March first tiro lhai has occurred for rears took placo in Cowley last wsck. The houso and barn o! Mr. Tom Wright were burned to ibe ground. It Is not knowu how .the [Ire originated, but U had such a headway by the lime It was discovered that nothing was sued. The Wcrucu'a Institute'are collect- ing (urniturc. clothing, dishes and iLuythlne ot the sort lhat will help these rwopto re-furnish a home. At n special meeting Saturday aiter- noon, quite a ot useful articles were brought and packed lor the Wright family. The Cowley delegates haie returned Iromthe A.W.I, convention, mil report "a most isteresting aud helplul session- 'fhe Ball which -was heU on Iho drealag of March ITtb, TVUS a detl success ss tar as congenial puny. excellent Hud bountitul re- limi'BtJ and good rausiu waa con- nsmeil. Owing to Iwcl conditmu of Iho roads, jieoplo from a distance were unabla to attend. i Preparations ero non- fur ru Institute danca on Triday Mirch Will. H Is to be hold under tho auspices ot the L'owlsy ana 1 hundorack Institutes. -Mra Morrow and Mrs. free mostc. This vhlch now stands at j J570. The donations are j I L'rr t Smith. 13; Mr. Bowernun, S5C Mr. and Mrs.'J. f. Lank. ?5: J'tncher Bov Scoots; ?5.50; Mrs. J. Fink, ratlioi VETERANS AT PETERBORO CONVENTION Mrs. t'astcrbrook has aj her juest, her coueln, Miss Horlon, from Cal- garj-. Several chances aro to take place j in the locaV stores. Mr. Birkett now In charse of Cyr Smiths Is. to j become manager ot the U.F.A. iforo. j Mr. Robert Littleton. HOST with tho. I U.F.A, vlll take charge of tha store of rjjh.tr ft >Iooa. Thft Brlflsh government has sold to a syndicate aeroplanes and material to tie raluu ot CHEW A FEELS FINE! At once! Relieves indigestion, Heartburn, Gases, Dyspepsia, caused by Acidity. Hurry! Buy a. box at any drug store. Read "Common Sense Raics Reading Stomach" in every package. nnafornr Pastilles heal sore throats, quinsy and tonsilitis up coughs and they destroy disease germ's finding lodgment in th- throat. AT ALL Kilitul Braf ul Ciunkil U CuUi, limiM Eighth Contest! Prizes anj will be given for the Three Best Ad- vertisements lor the HeraM's Job Print- Department. Advertisements to be planned to set up and look well in a space 3 columns wide and 8 inches deep, 'and should be written in a ruled off space this size with the parts intended to appear in hold typewrit- ten as the contestant thinks they should be set up, The copy should be set out so that the printer can follow the advertiser's idea easily. Neatness and artis- tic value as well as arrangement and material wit! count, Replies should be addressed to THE COMPETITION DEPARTMENT, UETHBHIDQE HERALD, tETKBRIOQE, ALBERTA, So as to be received not later thaif !2.00 Monday, March 29th. Above "Is shown tha Petcrboro O.W.V.Ai Clubhouse, said to io the Veterans' building in the Dominion, llelow photograph shows Provincial Secretary Turley, on the Comrade O'r'lynn, ot -Belleville, centre, men- tioned as a Prcsidenllal candidate, and Fedcr-al President Jenkins. AGED COUPLE RE-UNITED Md., March husband tind separated for 50 year's, living under Iho same roof for fivq-years, each, believing tho other to be dead, were a few .days ago at a festival for the inmates of the Home of the Little Sis'ters of the Poor here. couple are Mr.-and Mrs. Uarney McGahan. 7S and SO. respectively. McGahaa Joined the uavy 50 years ago and lost trace of hjs wife. For five years both have bceii'lu the institution. The scheme ip establish ah air patrol of Alberta forest reserves will be put into effect during the coming summer, according to Col. 11. 11. Palmer, chief fire ranger for the north- ern section, of the province. A model village ot workingtnen's dwellings is .to ho erected in Kast London, Ontario by the local Housing Commiltee. HEW SHOW OF HP Hired Men Receiving High Wa- Land Will Soon Be Worked THE FIGHT FOR HEALTH is easily won by the man orwoman is willing to live in harmony wifli Law. Oitoot pills, five modi in the open am eat less meat and moie Shredded Wheat-a simple, easily digested feodjudeoi the whole wheat (nin prepared in a digestible form.Give Nature .a diance. Heat two cuits in the oven and serve vrtfi hot nrilk (or hot salted water) the cheapest meal in the world and so nourishing and strengthening! IN CANADA People'sForum PROTESTS STREET 'DEPARTMENT '-AJC March 25, 1920. Edilor Herald. news item re the kick ot tho Siith Ave., A. residents on the condition. of their street would bo j amusing were it not co pathetic. Those people liavo no kick coming.' Lot them visit Dt'.i AYS'. noutK and then 13th St. Xorfai Ind Ave., S. to 2nd Are. North, and then let theoi sit down and constJer what a rotten street department this (city'has. I don't know who' is responsible for' tho disgraceful condition of our streets but whoever iX Is ought to remember that the city owns a grader and a scraper and "a rollor and that they were bull I for.iie. It hardly ac- cording to to me horse sweep on the piiving while there is one lonely old :Ban on 15ti- street, north picking frozen little lumps of mud irom the'side of'the-road and tryros to two fool rut irllli Uicm. Sonio roatluiakers! lours truly, Jamea Perry. 1248 5nd AYenud is a constitutional dis- ease, caused by the nric ncM in the blood. H by pain and lameness attaching the muscles and joints of Use body, which often swell and become hot and inflamed.' Anyone who has suffered month after month, and perhaps year after year, with rheumatism, and who has t tried remedy after remedyjn the hope [of.relief, arcl without success, should not give- up hoVe. Bimlock Hlood Riders, by invigorat- ing the clljsesUvo organs and eliminat- ing ihc uric arid from Iho system, will Jsive prompt and permanent relief. Mrs. Barry, Purlurook, Ont., "I feel it my duty to let you know of the great benefit my husband derived from using your Burdock Blood Hitlers. Hi had been differing for the paat two years with Inflam- matory rheumatism, lift tried many mcdlclncB but got no belief. A friend advised to take B. B. B. He did so, and .iftc-r tatting five tottlcs he felt like K now man, and was ablo to go to 'work tlio same 03 ever." Burdock Blood Milters ha! hcen on tlio nlarkot for over 40 years. Manu- factured only by The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, (From Our Own Correioonclftnt) BOWVILE, March olii sign holds true this year that a wet equinox menus wet year we surely have plenty of moisture. The amount of moisture in the fields now is sufficient .to ensure a much belter crop than we had'last year. .All low spols are completely filled ivilh water and roads are as muddy as possible Tho farmers have all their hauling ol hay and feed, compleled and are al ready to start field work as soon as the fields are dry'enough. No stock has been lost in this community during the past winter through lack of f in fact all the stock aro in very good condition- -Many of our farmers received a Ereat disappointment, when they their horses as they were shipped back Jrom the north where they were wintered. of the horses are In such a poor ptato that it will be 5 ime time heforo they will be in a fit con- dition for work. And it is not only that but many have died. This vicinity Is lortnnate In tbnt last year enough grain was raised seed and in this.way wo do not liave tho risk of getting foul seed. Those who spent tho winter in I other lands and climes have returned. i Mr. mid Mrs. Pail! Irwin have i'e- turned from Portland, Oregon. .Mr. Chris. Ugger ia hack from Idaho. and Mrs. Hoy Craig have mov- ed back to their farm. and 5lrs. Ernest Craiitz are now at home to their many friends on'tbu old Williams' has recmt- ly be'ou vacaled by Qlr. and Mrs. (Jolt- chalk. Mr. James Grer arrived homo last week, having had. Iho pleasure of spending Ihe winter iu England and Scotland. f Mrs. Emil Hartwig and children of Carmangay spent the week-end with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs, John Ar.drus. JIY. Jerry Church of Yditngstown, Is visiting his brother, Mr. Roy Church. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Craig and son, Clifford spent tho week-end with Mr and Mrs. J. W. Craig in Lethbrldge. 'Mr. Jot Wlilrama has moved back lo his 'farm and intends to work It this ytar himself. Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Burns who renled it last year expect to move lo Cluny, Alta., In the1 near future. Mr.'and Mrs. Ilurns hare re sided in this community for fifteen years and have been very prominent in all social affairs, and aro leaving many frionds. Mr. Tom Swan is telling his stock ,ind machinery, sr..1 hD3 tho Intenllon of leaving Ihis community in a short time. Mrs. Giislav flreen has been ill for paft week. Mr. Louis Oliver la hack from his ranch at M'syne, Alberta and Is go- 'ng lo assist Ms father in seeding Mrs. Oppcrhelm who lias been vfsil ing her brother and filler, Mr. John and .Mrs. Heck, for iho past .wo weeks started back for her homo In Winnipeg Monday. A large crowd attended tho auction le on the Hodge's and, jndg ing by the high prices paid for tho stock, wo can consider our horses an', ratlin worth ranch more than rear ago. Tho I'rizcllla Club met wllh Mrs. ron Uio Kidgo last Wednesday. MOTHERS! Watch rour children's sUni. a-, you see the- slightest of or sore, apply Zam-Buk. This antiseptic halm will protect Ihe core place from infection, nre- tent'll from spreading and hsilinj toon follows. Caretul niClhars always teep Zam-Buk on hand for their chll- jiren's jndD pain so quickly and preTcnta any (ly ;f festeriDg. cuts, hums, scalds, hruises, ringworm, ecalp eczema and teethlnj All 50o bar. rwfc.. ram-Buk Ladies Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young Better Meat jor Less Money 405 Fifth Street South JUST OPPOSITE THE SILVER GRILL The store where you get full value lor your moaey, the working man's friend. We have for Saturday No. xONE CHOICE GRAIN FED STEER BEEF at prices below any other in the ,city: Thjs Killed Beef as we do not handle the frozen. Choke Roast Beef Choice PUte Beef..................... .v 15c Shoulder Mutton.....................'.... 24c Roast Veal y PureBeeTDripping 25c Bacon, by the piece 50c Peamealed 40c 5lb. PaDLard HERMAN BEATS JOHNSON Peto Ilcnnan, of .New Orleans, bun- latnwelghtp boxing cliampion of tho world, oiitpoinlcd J'atsy Johnson, o( Trenton, N'J., In rt fast elglil-roiinri K're last sight. Ivach weighed 4W poundv. Novelties in Confectionery and Ice Cream We're ready with Easter specialties and novelties- in confectionery and will give special service in the ice cream parlor. We Also Have a Special Display of Fruits In Both Variety and Children will be delighted with what they see here tomorrow and Easier week. THE PALACE CONFECTIONERY Corner Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street South ;