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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIWDAY. MAHCII 20, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEUAUJ PAGE SEVEK (Kroiii Our Own Correspmitiimt) W1NN1KKKD, Mar. Julius Lnvcnio roturnutl from Hod Willow Mui-di Jiith. Sho IMH-II uniting ;it homo of Mrs. (I. I'arkoi', lias very ill for suverul months. Mi'H. Parkor'a many were nJiul to 1 on rii tilio Is recoveritijj her luKillli. Mr. ll. T. Luther is the flrpl tu Uoust ot yuung chicks this Kjirlnv. On March 17th diicks were ImlrUuff. Kraitk Hillta and Tuny fym- diiycul in Medicine Hat on March Ji'jth. Mrs .Beatrice Turner rclurnud from Vlrtorlit. B. lust Mr. Jaclc Ktiscu returned for sin-Ins work Saturday. He has beer, working in tlio woods tills winter. Albert Holmes it; back from Olds, where he spent Hie wia'cr. Local market: butter, 4Sc; cses. furred from the Wloulfnd tu .thu How Maud (ilubt) utoio. Horn lo Mr. and Mm. A. .1. Treuib lay. March I'lli, a boy. Mr. Jim. Cantlo rented his firm to Krank LawiUHi for thlw Mr. Mob .Salisbury now located at Troeltu, Alta., uelimj an manager of a coal nilno. J'eto Iturr JH expecting UU ulster from Nova Scotlu to spend the tiuui- mcr with him. Mrs. J.. l.urcnni) met with a painful accident hint Saturday While alighting from tlio early morn- ing train she Tell on the slippery walks, sprainins h'.-r elbow and hiunl. An operation was found ueecsHiiry. CKESTON A very enjoyable party was Mold in tin1 homo of Mr. and Mrs. P. L, IJacfcstrom Tuesday. Marcli UL'nd. The evening was pleasantly spent at whist. Til-; Suueiy supper and iMitfJvtaiiimnnt, hold on Si. I'ar- rh-li'ri night, proved a groat SUCCIOKS. Tho Winnifrecl gave a which displayed the teachers' splcn- t'.J work. Geo. FrndricUson is up from Leth- bridse looking after his stock and getting ii renter to farm his land Jhis spring. .T. School Inspector Bueliamui of Aled- icino Hat, visited tin; Kuhoul last, week and reports good work none by Miss C. Ma- lonoy. teachnr. O. H. Cooper wont to Medicine Hat Monday on important business. Father McCoy of Medicine Hat, Will hold sorvu'TS in tijia week. Miss Inea Backstrnn is home from St. Theresa Academy, Medicine Hut, lo spend Easter week witl> her par- ents. Mr. C. purccll of Cunnangtiy. ia visiting at the home of Tommy Dunn this I'jrtrl Smith returned from Montana. Saturday, to be on deck lor spring work. Walter Gray ;tml Bob Cameron left Monday for Lacumbe, expecting tu work in that district. Mr. O. Leun has rented I. M. Clark- ion's place this season. The Norwegian Ladies' Aid will meet at. the home of K. K. Herjv'n on March 31st.. Miss A, Hickey of Great Falls. Mont., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reginbal. Mr. Grant Mitchell has been (From Our Own CoiTOspomk-nU j C'HKSTOX. Mar. 1M. "Tony the f'onvict." the five-act melodrama pre- sented hcM'u on Monday night by the amateur dramatu: company from the soldier KeUlemout at Lister, drew a thru filled practically every seat in tlut spaclouK Crand Theatre, and this despite the fact that the country roads were almost impassable due 10 the heavy mud. For .-itmiteurs all thoyo Jce Mi-Gee, in the title rolp. and -Mrs. Itf-nry Chn.-iensnii. leading lady, bc-ing IKirlicuhirly taleutPd. The silver tea and fruit and vege- table shower in Hie interests ot the Red Cross dialrk't health nurse on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Heiit'ierson was quite successful. Sixtv jars of fruit, pickles, jams, etc., banded in. well ;ia n supply of po- tatoes, while the tea nctteit A. McL. Fletcher of Nelson, the Kout- er.iiy fruit inspector, was here over the week-end am1, Iiiss estimate is thai, there are still MOO') boxes of apples held !o- cully, one-third of which will he ry- for the home demand. The others ran move ;tl any time there I is quite a good demand at fair prices. At Hie meeting of those guaranteeing this year's; chautauQiia Tuesday j night. C. Allen was selected as I chairman of tl.e chautaudiia committee j .vith C. I''. Hayes, secretary, and S. A. j Spoors is tiiR treasurer. This is the j first time i! regulation six-day bus played Creston and the COIH- mitte-o is setting busy early so as to i infciirf? its success, i .F. Lowis IKJS taken the contract of j stumping and otherwise putting in shape the two-acre addition to the I school grounds. This will give a much j needed area for athletics, and will pro- I vide room a baseball duimonri and j also space for basketball for tho girls, which has been out of the question hitherto. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid about 540 at their St. Patrick's tea and pantry sale, but the same evening Holy Cross Church ladies had a poor turn- out for their whist and dance. The roads Into the country are noi. only in- ches deep in mud, but the weather was rainy as well. Miss McLuhau, the 'Red Cross dis- trict health nurse has enrolled 3d 'teen age girls for her junior, intermediate and senior classes in home nursing and domestic science, and the girls meet at her apartments eucli Monday und Thursday night and on Wednesday afternoons. .Miss Rose Cherrington Is chairman of the committee iu charge of this new departure in girls' work, and Miss Marion Swanson is secretary. STlltMNii (From Our Ow-n OnnefipondenU STIUUNtl, Mar. I'Udion wile ThurHdiiy, March 1? wan a sue- cons, us nearly every ono donated freely und WIIK Holil. Thv committee are very woii pleuned with the ruKulU ot tho Males us they clear- ed ovor and above expaimes The KGlfuf Soululjr wont through-with their program iu the afternoon in it very satisfactory manner, as nearly everyone on the program was present und look their parts. In liie nvenlns .supjier was sorvcd lo ubotit I .If) [mo- after which the hull was crowded us LiBiul with old and young to par- ticipate in the dance, tlie Kiddle or- chestra furnishing the music. There was also u short program. Mr. and Han Ostlund. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur rCru-kstin, Mr. unit Thomas Adams itnd Mr. and Mrs. David .Jones were up from the home- stend, on the 17th, {'clrbrating. Mr. belaud Ilolmun came down from Leihbriflgo Thursday afternoon to attend the big supper and dance. Lcth- a deck of ivory idaylnK t'Hi'iU. won won by Mr. Kd, Hraudvold. und hidy'n an Ivory jildluro 1'ranm, wan won by Miss Ilitzcl Olson, Mr. tjeorm'. lOvans re- colvwd tho convolution iirixe. foci that Momclhing, ought to be done towards the forming of ;i con- solldntcd Hchonl district. Mr. Oluf Wold arrived from Ward- nnr, !1. on Saturday, and intends lu run his farm this wason himself. tv.'o iirrivo later. are very glad to liavo Mr. and Mrs. Wold with us anain. Mir.. of Okotoks in tho new teacher in tho lllack Spring Valley Master Kusseli Macfjcod is recov- ering from pneumonia. Mrs. Koss V.'endlehow is very ill, OIUON (From Our Own Correspondent) ORION, Mar. Dr. ynson, .superintendent of tlm Presby- terian Jlmiio Missions, has been vis- iting the district during the past week-end. places has visited after- are MIiulu. MunylK-mcs ami Orion. On Sunday afternoon ho preached at Orion lo a good was brought forward n-nd was approv- ed of by a vote oi' tlie congregation at Orion, and a joint committee of Orion and Muuybt-rrlew have met and CHEWING TOBACCO Large Plug 20c. Baby Bat 3 for 2Sc. He and his wife returned to bridge tho following Monday noon. Mr. Robert Cntterson was also here from Lcihiirldge on tiio lull. Mr. Paul is adding two more largo rooms to his Mr. Lewis llrandley >K back again shaking hands with his many friends "..un mm aim after spending the winter in it is expected that (he location of the Utah. His wife and baby will return j will be decided upun without later. delay. The church ami manse boards Friday night Francis John- have come forward with offers of son a party io iier many j help ami tho church here thinks that friends, and a most enjoyable time 1 now is tho time to act. was sju-nt in paincs and miiaif. About i On Saturday we had anolhcr stormy twelve o'clock a duinty lunch was i day. Tlie anow which fell was wel- scrved. {corned, but it would hnvo bnnn better Mr. and Mrs. Win. f'brist.Piison are if (lie had not dril't'-'d. Tho land hack again after spending the winter in however, more than in Mi. Vernon, Washington. I its About two inches ot" snow The inspector was here this week fell. visUinp the different grades in school. Tho Orion board of l.radp held their Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Hill and children I dunce on Friday night and a good bat'k in SrirlinK again after spend-j company turned out. The giving of j (in; winter on their-homestead, in'prizes we cut out as Purr-'i-1 Springs. j thc'ie were not entries in j The Stirling Home Dramatic Club i "dress" for tho competition. j presented the piay "Safety First" in A nunihsr of those who have been j Raymond last Saturday night to a i away dnniiK the winter visiting and I Jiirge audience, and very well re-i working have returned id the district, i ceived by the good people over there.; Mr. Oeorso w'io spent tlie play was gotten iij> by momhers winter in Ontario, returned a few lot" the Sunday School and (hey .all i days .1-0. look their parts in a very Mr. Robert Trenhulm is expected manner. i to be on his farm this week. I Mr. Burrows and daughter of Ray-i Mr. J. J. Linklicr who lias been in a j mond. were over here last week vis- lumber camp in i.he nort.li country, re-j I King Mr. and Mrs. William T. Ogden. i turned luitt Friday night. They also attended the celebration on Mr. Fagin, our hlm-k.sntii.h, is the J7th, i movins onto his farm and it looks as Mrs. William T. Ogden. who has if we are soins to be without a black- been ili for the pilot couple of smith shop, as he has started to pull is up and around again. tlie shop down as well as move the! The F. A. held their regular 'oils It ia to be hoped the; 'meeting Tueadr.y night. A number nfjbonnt or trade will .get a smith in j eonummiciitions of interest to the for there Is always plenty of j mers were read by Urn secretary. A.'work soon as the [dinv teams gelt IB. Fawns gave a talk on j after which there was some discus-1 j sion. It was announced in the meeting by the village secretary, Mr. Win. T. Ogden. that the work pf gravelling n-'rom On- Ov-n i I the .Hew.lk..would be V" iii-M i ClLrt inesday ami the fiirmers wen re-i SOI1 ,lis quested to be out with thoir teams! of oat'to his 'it VAUXHALL (Frdm Our OV.MI FOREMOST (From Our Ovn Coirdspmnlent) FOREMOST, Mar. ia announcing ;i inillinery open- ing for Friday. Marc.h u.'i. Bo sluill all be given a ehanr-e to blossom ns the rose in uew siiring millinery. Mrs. Green is reiiorted aa very side in the hospital in Calgary. Her mo- ther, Jlrs. White, left last Saturday to visit her and help care for her. Mr. Fred Walters led on Saturday for Okotoks. He expects to bring back j a carload uf horses to help him to pre- pare for and harvest the big crop or the coming season. I The stork ia still- working arounrl j here. There was born to Mr. und Mrs. Hfghet last Saturday, March ]f> n I daughter and on -Monday, March 21, the home of Bert Johnson of Norais- cam was brightened by the advent of a son. Spring seems to be hero again after having retired for t week of real win- ter weather. Mrs. Mf'Sloy of South Bend, Ind.. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Jlrs (lilrie. their farm home j tveryone is look.ng forward now io; big tine next Thursday urght when I [here be a rais-fit and i dance: also next Monday nisht a" dance, hveryone come out an.l have; la Roml time. .No eix-t.se for a new Sail KOWVILLE The Bathroom. A BATHROOM should be pure white walls, woodwork, tub, and suggest that absolute cleanliness with which its purpose is linked. LUXEBERRY WHITE ENAM- EL gives the desired snow-white, glistening, durable finish, and cleans easily with a damp doth. It comes in both high gloss and egg shell finish, and is equally good for wood, plaster, cement or metal. Made BERRY BROTHERS Makfrx of Liquid Granite, Itu World's jtgar varnish 65 j IKWVILLK, Mar. i have been bad. .lust as thought i there were some hopes of them lie- j coming passable we had a snow storm I Saturday, so that now with the niosil i favorable weather we can't expect; much improvement !'nr over a week at least. We understand that same, field work has been done t'armangay. i and also near Kuchant this sprillK, hut! work has been done in this district I as the fields lave beea too wet. Wn j 1 hope that this spring will be earlier than last year. Tlie farmers are" ail j anxious lo get in the fields as last! year we were taught a lesson, ami the j crops will be later seeded (his year. I Mrs. Slater has been on the sick lint days which necessitated the j closing of the Bowville school. Mr. Karl Punis is down from Queens- town visiting nt the home of his mo- ther. Mrs. Lily Burns. I -Mr. Virgil Hilton HI' Champion is vis- Uting at the home. I Mr. and .Mrs. Wynn an! three eliiljl- arrived from Vancouver Tlmrsiay j anil will visit at the home of Mrs. Wynn's parents, Mr. und Mrs IJrand- I void. j M. L. Klnnidiierfi went lo Thursday am! will lake .Mrs. t-lkund- berg from n hospital there to ii r.ani- tarium in Kamioops. B. C. Mrs. Skund- I hers has our sincere wish for a per- j j imuient recovery. i i Rev. M. Anderson attended the ad-i niinistrators' pah- of the Johnson estate west of Cannansay. Fr'da.v. I Mrs. Lila Leslie left mi Tuesday forj Calsiiry where siie will remnin for sometime. Miss Kajel Olson is on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sanhv have de- cided In reside in lOlfjow Lake, Min- nesota, whore Mr. Kjinhv is soing into business. U'o miss Mr. and Mrs. Sanhy very much in U. F. A. and social affairs, and our .lincere wish Hint they rear hiivi- (ivury goes with tllen'i to new home. Mr. W. .1. i I inn n The work on the blacksmith shop and garage of Kiehardf- Co. is well advanced and they expect to be ready for business iu the course 01 a few- days. a position the Bain Ilros. here Joe Sullivan lias gone to Travel's Have Masters is in the Hat for a few days and intends bringing his wife bad: with him. The McHhersciii Bros, of Trayers. are busy gettinn their plowing Outfit ready ami wdi stalling hi a few days ii Ili-e present weather holds. (From Our Correspondent) OXEKOl'H. Mar. and .Mrs. K. F. 0. C'histxilin roumied from a winter's visil witii friends in Mani- toba. S: P. Pinley lias sent in his applica- tion for nat urjlizalion, M. Hqiig'-r of Comrey. has rc- liirned from Minnesota, where lie spent several months with old friend.-. Coinrey local P. A. held an ico cream supper at (lie school house Saumiay evening, but Onel'mu- nnahle to un account of very stormy weatlu-r. This Letter Tells How It May be Mothers Interested. Toronto, "I have suffered since 1- was a school jjirl pain in my left "sideandwithcramps, THESE VARNISHES CAN BE OBTAINED FROM WELLINGTON BROS. SHERLOCK BUILDING. 7TH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE. wen; to and .Mrs. lien .U'liite arrived iM.-mc ,-it'ter spending a week in nl lin- home of Mrs. Jon nr.-i w. re Messrs. I'anlfun. Ca'ser.ien! anil Vic .MorUiin. The Iliiwi'llle had vi.'ry ;ii On. home of Mrs. Masid ijiirns on jlu> :iili'i-- nf March I Till. All ivrmlir-rs but our IVIMT pri'.selit. The Inpic iluiiil ensi'ioii ill lho I "Tito Improveniuiit cf Hie 1 Seli.-ml." j On Thllrnby eveninj; Airs, i llurnr' nnlnrlaineil ;it e.irrls. Pvogn'ss- 1 wliist wa.s at 7 tables. Tiio year until I was all rundown, Iwnoso had nt times that I was unlit for work. I tried Several doc- tors and patent medicines, lint was only relieved for a short time. Some of tlio doctors wanted to perform ._. iiu operation, tat '.''-I. Finally.! .hrough my mvlher of Ly-lia JO. 1'ink- hanr.-j ;oriifionnd, and how ili.-iiiUnl I ara liiat 1 tried it. I am fi'oin p.iin and cramps, and .Vcl as if it, l.as .-.a'.i-tl my lil'e. Von .nay ti.ii) my letter lo "help other ronien as 1 am tin: Ii. A. (JOODM.IN, 1-t iio-'i- Ave., 'I'rn'onto. Tlmse un; Irouhle1! Mi's. ('no' I iii.i a :-liouM immctliatfdy srel; lo hy faking K. i'-ukliam's Compound. Thiw; who need special advice may jrire to Lydia K. PinKhmn Medicine Co. Lynn, Mam. Theselettcrs .vill he opened, read ana annwered by a woman ami held in strict confidence. f The Canadian climate plays to win. Half-hearted methods are unknown to the weather man. When you select a roof coating, you challenge sun, wind, rain, snow, frost, gases and alkalies. You must _ choose something that is unaffected by any of these. LIQUID ASBESTOS ROOF COATING is protection your roof must have. It is composed entirely of asbestos, asphalt and non-evaporating oils. It rsmains always elastic, weatherproof and waterproof. Globe Liquid is made in Canada by Canadians to resist the Canadian climate. From the Yukon to Newfound- land, in temperatures from 50 below to 100 above, it has been tested under all conditions. Globe Liquid beats the weather. We guarantee it. See the Globe dealer or write for booklet. GLOBE BUILDERS' MONTREAL, Que. CORPORATION WINNIPEG, Man. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS J. B. TURNEY CO., LTD. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT. PHONE 755. 1245 SECOND AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE 412 6th Street South. NEW LIGHT-SK only the NEW LiCHT-SiX gives you this exclusive feature and efficient combostioa is obtained in tte 'NEW LIGHT-SIX by the ingenious arrangement of the intake manifold and INTERNAL HOT exclusive Studebaker inven- conceived by Studebaker engineers. You can have the-advantage-of this motor's wonderful gaso- line economy and tlie satisfaction of its smoothness or operation only by owning a Studebaker LiGHT-Six. The remarkably lowwice of this car is due to quantity pirv ducrion, low overhead, small profit per car, and the fact that it is completely manufactured by Studebaker in the newest and most modem automobile plant in the world. The elimination or middle- men makes but one manufacturing profit necessary. See this remarkable it with any other light- weight automobile on the market and you will be convinced of the great value it represents. a Touring Car Landau-Roadster 2083 Sedan 2750 Cord Tire Equipped F. O. B. WalkatiUt, Out. MOTOR CO., LTD. Lethbridge. I f- THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR ;