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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE v THK LhiTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD TlirHSDAY, MAIIUI :il, li'-l Mackay and Skinner Will Be on Deck, Strengthening the Millionaires VANCOUVER. Mar. Vauvmivpr Ottawa hockey tennis will tonight In fourth match of tho world's H -will be a six-man eulern rnles being ace high in the battle, which UK' edge to the tpeod hoys from tho capital, hut ton husky Vancouver puck chas- Pi's, fljhting with their backs to the wall, thry can accomplish the talk of overcoming the world's cham- pions by tying up ibo series and nee- i essitaiing a fifth :ind deciding ganni tor the honors. Vancouver wiil have ovary player who had a h.uul in the coast IIMLUIC Cght during the seasou in uniform rfor tonlfht's mlxuu. MacKay will go the whole distance. All' Skinner, dis- cbftrged from tho hospital yesterday. Trill be on hand again aud whilo he will not get into the game ai the start. he will be ready for relief rob? duty. On the utility bunch with him will be Taylor. Bill Adams mid Pesiruau. A10 to 7 and wiih not ;i ffew- bets being laid at lonsor price. Ol- t'awa Senators will shoot their regular squad into the fray. With th-1 cham- pionship almost, within their grasp the easterners are runfideni ihat with the the X.If.L. coile (hat they can out-score the coasters. In the three games played ti> date Ottawa has turned in two victoria. both by one-goal margins and against a crippled team. At full strength the Millionaires may prove a surprise. WTNNIKRED iTrom Our Own li WIN'XIFRED. .Mar. had a. million doll.u- storm Friday. March 25th. Farmers arc all "DANDERINE" itiR ns the snow heavy moislnre. He- twi'en four ami live snow fell. The ground not being frozen. It irfn! Vnndor Hrydoa ami Mr. was up before W. H. Scott. J.P., Monday. He imposed a llm: of apd en Mr. Works, the aLlion being over some- straw Vandor Hoyden had bought and Mr. Works hail made use of. A special meeting of the ratepay- ers of Rocky Lake school and district held on Monday, March at p.m.. to elect two trustees to com- plftc the hoard. The Hod Cross Society has post- poned its meiHiJig to elect oDicers frum March IStb until another iXinico will be Riven later. 1 Inspector ot Tax.viou. Mr. Allan of 1 j Caigirry. will be iu Wi'inifred 'iuv out March "1 or April 2nd. April th the last day for tiling V.'i'inififd Basel-Mil will hol.i a (iancr in tV I.O.O.K, hall Mitivh :i'Uh. Marl Hodgr.oi! returned from Tubes1 Iu Vi-fk his he him 15 ijraii i during k ,I I W. H Scott, llolif. Parker. A. K. .1. Tupbnti.! I M [.ulher. tVinu and Wiiiuifriid I'.F.A. and are more than pleased with the candidate Mr. Gardiner selected at MeiHciiu- Hat. Government and feed iipf-m- are expected to arrive in Wiiuiifred the first week in April. Mr. Taylor of the I'liii'ii bank, lef: "March iMth for Uowden. Alia... 10 spend i his Easter vacation. Kva May Parker i? homy for liasver vacation, returning to Medicine Hat hiph schuol again this wpfk. .Iohn Koss arrived from tlie big ranch on Marcli 2S. Mr. Kosfc will farm on a law .-calo this spring north ui' town. Special Master servicct- wore observ- ed Sunday, Ilev. Rodger con- ducted the service, which was well Miss T. F. MeKee who has been teaching at Fawn school, resigned and left for her home. Brandon. Man., where she expects to take business course this year. James Castle's many friends regrrtf to learn he seriously ill in Miulk-.'iip hospital. Ho exports to iir.d-r-! so ;in optratiou this The Ladies' Aid will hold a pantry sale isiUinlay. April at the Globe store. Ueo. Oliver and Grant Bow I H! a nil wr-re .s nests uf M. !I. Lmith Sunday. Miss Mabel Burch is frit-mis t'OALDAl.K'S YOUNt; MUSICIANS tilVE A SIM.KNDU) UKClTAh (I'rom Our n Correspondent) MM; ISO. Herald leaders havn been kept informed of m.'iny of the community ,vlvantages offered by th" Coaldalo Consolidated School. On Tuesday e-vcninjf a ftirttUM- demoitstraliim of the of this fine The hethbriiiRe Conservatory of Music presented .1 rocital given by the. Coal- dnle ymiup people who itro taking work with them. This musical v.ork would be to a large extent impossible without the assistance offered by the school. Ar- rangements are made PO that the chil- dren who live at a distance and are dependent for transportation upon tho school vans to lake theiiL music les- son u duriuii school hours. The time- table is adjusted ?o that the aetmil class work is not interfered with. Thus these rural children fret the ad- vantage of the best music teachers along with their alar train ins in the ''three Tho musienl feat lire niuht showed the progress that is beinp made by nil iht1 pupils. I'll" jip-t from Kiiyimuul, wtu'ro they have broil at- toiiciinK the AiiHcuUural LMIU-gi! IUK tho winter months. Mr. and 1.. Fullmer anil fam- ily returned Saturday to their homo at Manyberriow. J. F. Johnson was a liusiness visitor in Calgary during tin- woekk. Ungaril of Lotlmrlilco. i much Improved. It expi'ctcd (luil 1m will bo able to bo about again iu u days. Thoro arc war orphuan in Germany, according to uftlclul flfures, They are being given ;ind local oure. but It is Bald they form ft lurf.'! of morf; thnn children in tievmany bolus aided by foreign rollef. In 1892 We first offered-the public ouf Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Alnmdant! in Medicine Flat this week. Isabel home for vacation. Tom Trebbie'was in Medicine HJH -Saturday to lOtisuH Ur. McDonald. Mr. Trebble has been ill for sum? 1 tinie. Fred Mervyn left Monday fur Lnth- bridge to take his former position ai the Experimental Fjtrm. Mrs. Geo. Scott was a Bow Island visitor Saturday. March 26th. I Local market, butter -I5c, eggs 2'Jc. Immediately after a "Danderine" i maiwgs, your hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appear- ing twice as heavy, and plentiful, be- j cause each hair seems' to fluff pud thicken. Don't let your hair stay life- 'esa, colorless, plain or scraggly. You, too. want Iqta of long, strong, beauti- ful hair. A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Dan- derine" Freihens your scalp, checks dandruff and railing hair. This stim- ulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, lading hair that youthful bright- ness and abundant j COLEMAN fKrom Our Own Correspuudi'iu) Mar. Kthel McGillicuddy is prulousitiff Kapttr holidays and v.'ili resume on Wednesday morn in p.. The. ladies of St. AHiar.s i-htivrh are putting on a sale of work, bean and dance, on "Wednesday after- noon and evening iu the hall. Mrs. Chap. Dunlnp .spent -Eusier in Fernte visiting friends. Mr. Marshall of Lethbridse, is in t'oleman, looking over irround. in prospects of coming here to reside. Mr. Marshall is a music teacher Home, years' Mrs. Dis- ney and her daughter have left we a; a town are without u teacher of mu- sic. There, is a splendid opening for a proper qualified musician and ive hope Mr. Marshall may'uieet with sue- I CHAMHERl.AIX ELECTED TODAY BY ACCLAMATION niKMLVGMAM. England. :U.- Austeu ('hamberlaiiv rtvoutiy was L'Eecteil lender, of the house of commons, resigned the chancellor- ship of the exchequer, ou be ins ap- pointed lord privy seal, was formally re-elected to parliament today from tlie west division of Birmingham. Mr. CUamberluiu was unopposed. TEA Millions now use it to their utmost satisfaction GOVERNOR-GENERAL IN WINNIPEG TODAY': Mar. --The nnlift and urn-ness of Devonshire i.ho second day of their visit to Win-! nipog by an inspection this morning i i of the Manitoba military convalescent! j -hospital at Tuexedu. At noon the; governor-general addressed the Cana-j dian club. This afternoon their ex-' I ccllpneies are to visit tho Manitoba j legislature in session and -attend u j i reception siveu by tlie lieutenant-; t governor ami .Lady Aikins for the! i clelegatf-s to the convention of the j Manitoba Educational association. The vice-regal party will leave for: Brandon at the end of the day's pro- gram, j COMMERCIAL CLUB FOR JJOUNDARY COMMUNITIES3 fSweet Advocate.) Tlit-> progressive ppirit iu Swtvt llruss and Couttp is coining buck. Tliirt was shown at a meeting of business men and citizens at the Liberty ihuatre Monday niirht. Al- tliouch but short notice was given of the time for the myetins, practi-i cally tho en tiro pupuiation uf j the "Twin Cities" turned out to Uiej gather in ir. The old Commercial Club. Tvhich lias been a deitd issue for several i years, WHS dtii; tip from the scrap} pile and The new oflt- t-ors are as follows: W. E. Britton. president; .iohn vice-president: Harry Boyce. secretai-y; Kay Barku- loof treasurer. A publicity committee was ap- pointed consisting of Geo. Roberts. MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU BAKNWELL DIDN'T UNDERSTAND i BILL BUT LET IT PASS TORONTO, Mar. the end of I (From Our Own three hours' discussion members of BARNWtLL, Mar. basket tilc Ontario legislature at 11 o'clock social was given Friday nisht at the not to very Uior- Barnwell hall under the auspices of understand Hon. Walter Rol- the Primary association. A large jlo's Jimending the Trades and j crowd was in attendance every-1 but at the last moment I one seemed to have an pnjnynhlft time.) allowed the measure tu pass the Mr. and N. A. Anderson and committee stage with minor umend- family havine sold their property Kaymond, have returned to MACDQNALD Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money STEAMER MOVEMENTS where they expect to reside penmi rietttly in. the. future. Mr. Anderson intends to give his whole attention to j t 'looking yter his irrigated land here.! Fort Victoria, at New York from; Mrs. mwrence Peterson went to j Ilormudtj. Burdett Friday in the interest, of the of Russia, U. F. W, A., hut owiiiR to an attack i from Vancouver. of illness was forced to return homo j Empress of Britain, without filling her appointment. from Liverpool. A. E. Palmer, president of the) Sailed l Knight Academy at Raymond, was a Canadian Conqueror, j visitor in Barnwell durinc; tlie vreek- jend. i Leonard Johnson r.tul Delma at Shanghai at St. John i Tor Mont-real from Calcutta. Xuw fork from Liver-i Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package STILL GOING STRONG STOCKI SALE DIAMOND RINGS Regular SM50.00; cut to.....'. Regular cut to 150.00 Regular cut to........ 95.00 Regular cut to......... 60.00 Regular cut to......... 52.00 Regular cut to......... Community and Rogers Cabinets of Silver Still on Sale at Half-Price Regular cut Regular cut to...... 31.00 Regular cut to. 25.00 Regular cut to. ..___. 17.50 WATCHES LADIES' WRIST AND GENT'S POCKET WATCHES Regular cut Regular cut to...... 22.50 Regular cut to....... 17.50 Regular out to....., 9.25 Regular S10.00; cut to...... 6.30 Regular cut to....... 5.00 v v. 97-Tiece China Dinner Set Regular Cut to R. A. WRIGHT-THE JEWELER THE CITY'S LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELR.Y 1898. 35% Off Al! Semi-porcelain Dinner Sets Watch Our Windows Fri.4 Sat for Special Bargains ;