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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY THE LETHBRiDGK DAILY PAGE NINE mqntdh Pay's (From Our Oira Mary of spent the .week cud Yisl.tthg her Miss Like. teacher of DoindaJe'school, Etzlkbtn. and several calle ia the district Thursday, i 16 look alter the interest o( the farm-1 ere of this community regarding a pflunil In all of S-9 .and 7-9. J Mr. liaram Kglph, 'motored to 'VVfnuilre'J'Thuriday. pyer removed .his eoe'ne and plowliis'oulfit from his farm at Pros- py lo SMeisanfVWK on Saturaay and is plowing and iii a large 'acre- thls-year. Mr. Dyer- his em- ployed several. to help htm even his busy; sea'stn. Mr. Keiri was.a business visitor In WinaUred, spent motored to.toe Hf oa Sunday. il r! and: Jfrs JUarry. pjsuesl through liero oh their 'war to Medicine Jiit 'Thi Jrqvliu-lai-gbvernpient agent, _ Mr. Jack Fore made a trip i-i- ai'TujBsdiyc .Mr. William- Prowse of Bow Island tpeat Tuesday and, Friday In the dis- trict, Mr. C. Scott; of Winfllfred, relieved W. Paizlee, the mail carrier, en Tues- day.' Fair Acreage of Oats Pul Pastures' Are in? Fine 'Cuiiuition Growing' Better, and Bntter L 1'lans Entertainment r. (From Our Own Correspondent) May merry mobth.of and we had.flurries of'9HGW last week. r the regular nSbnlhly meeting of tho Cowley wfts held on afternoon at .3 o'clock. conducted in the usual I i. it-as decided 1 should manner, (From Our. Own Correspondent) ORION, May one or two exceptions, .wheat is all seeded In this district. This strong winds ot the past week have' rather Kept back seeding A fair acreage ot oats have been pu' In during the week. Wheat is looking well, the winds hare not stopped Its growth. Some report oats through the ground. Much'plowing has yet to be dona for flax. The .pastures are giving us some good grazing now, they aro so fresh" and green. Monday, Tuesday; Wednesday and the.west which hava supplied us, with any amount of dust and have irery uh, comfortable for those working on tl) land. Tho ladies' aid met', at the home o Mrs. 1'aull on-Wednesday. There va a gopd number out, but sea son-affects the attendance to a cer i Mr. Eleibaugh, been take to''Medicine Hat for medical attention He has heen rather slow in .recovei ing from .the effects the 'flu. Mrs. Carter bf Orion, who has bee sick'for some weeks, has'been atten. doclor from the Hat, and GRIP, INFLUEIJZft M.mllnVWli.rd' Oil Antiuptlc During uifluehza epidtrnfcs sp'riy Iht host afid tliroat stveral times l day with, one- p.iri Oil and' two p.rts'ivaUri'ntmg.an iioinizer. If you ao atomiztr, gargle the throat a'n4Js'nuff the mixture up the nose.-i This-treatmcnt sets up an ahtiseplic will "'of defense "Flu" germs.v-i-: I i Chest colds fsnd_ lead to grip. Stop them with Wizard Oil'beto're they can develop into dangerous inHucnza. 'Get it'; from Druggists for 30c. If apt satislied, retuyi the get your morieyfbjick. Ever consTiiiJted or have sick head- tchc? Just Iry-WiEard Liver Whips, pleasant liltle pink pills, 30c _t Though Pretty Well Advanetd Spils AJIected by Vliligh. Winds. (From Qur Q.WQ" Correspondent) begins !to look as !f notary weather -has: crrjyed. A few occasions .his week hate shown indications -ol but instead, of rain, only a high wiud hM resulted." We have had a fe> very _windyt days, really about the first'ot. the season. Some of the light- er eoils have sitirted to drift rather seeding pretty wel eoiue being though there Is still TOUch wheat.to be sown .'The official board of the met at the parsbn- .Mr'NonnaSi Metberal came hornp for few from PrumljeHer yester- ay.L1 v paid a'Viiit to .-t. home, of Hector MacKeiirie near Le- nd for a few days. Mr. and Mra. Streetfiold have tak- e-a up their rsildence In town, and Miss Saul went to LeUi- bridge on Wednesday. JIlss Saul ei- pects lo undergo an operation for ap- pendicitis. Born to Mr.-and Mrs, Ritch'.o Irwip of Blrdsholm, on May-11, a eon.1 Manufacturers Protect One P.C.rSales Tax held' at 8 o'clock Tuallan's Hall. An appeal" sent inib'yiMrs.- John- son for the starTl'ne. Buropean child-" ren was read, but as the" institute has so many financial affairs o'n ltsj bands just now, the comraunlpation was handed-over to The social to' given at the home of 5irs. Easterhro'ok'.bV the Institute Is to .held pn the evening of -June 3rd. U.v.s moved and seconded thai the seipfetary Vrile io Mrs. Nellie Mc- Clung Inquire aa to the prospects of obtaining her for an evening a'd- dress-in Cowley. The taking up a dressmaking course. "by the institute members' was i discussed; the secretary is to. write for full particulars. It was moved and seconded that the CoWl'ey Institute Invite the constitu- ency conference to Cowley this siim- You wili.be 'proud to serve It with Tno" Sweetest 'bl. froni Morrison gave her report of mcr. Mrs. the school fair' committee. Prizes awarded by the Institute are to be.giv- en for the following: Senior class, 12 year.i and Poets ind Writers, Humorous sketch "How the high cost; I Should continue my education. Junior ot Canadian herb or heroine.. Elocution Junior, ot the Days." Meet Ing'a'djpurfle'd." was- arrival in town last Mr. "and Mrs. George ewart, a' daughter. The May will be celebrated Cowley; most of the oiiiiens' Will profitably: in tf. Taylgr. visited theJdenttst in bethbridpe. this week; also "visiting at tlie home'of .Wallace Clark 'while there. MiEs'es on, "Wednesday for Hit; where they eipfect to find work? Mrs. Hyatt was a visitor to the doc- tor in Letbbridge -this week, coming bomb yesterday.. though able to'get out wo are visited at the glad .to .note she is, improving. L .Mrs. BeaHle is .out friends in .takinglher young- est' son foY medical 'attention. An op- eration been performed and the boy Is.doing .V f Robert Miller Vlibse south ot'fown has.'BeeiV to the'hosplt'a'l.'in but 'Is now.home again.1 His' conditlbh; is giving- :hls. parents anxiety. -''_' Most of the farm this dis- trict is horses', there are, how- ever two steam outfits in the district at work now, Mr, Morrison-is working one this week.- He said he had to wait until 'the ground would the big engine he expected to efeed; his wheat' with. Ceo. Wager has also a steam out- fit and has" been working (luring the week on his land just, 'south of the' town. Sir. Trenh'am'has a small tract- or and working on the Hud- son Bay half section which he bought some time ago. Some of wheat around town is changing the from brown to green. One piece of wheat of over 100.acres put in is looking well and in a few days will completely change "Ithe. scenery, from brown to green. In this dis.tricfvtliVe are the coulees show that the''brush is UXing- on its sp'ring..Tch5thl ngCand Uorms. a "'plea san t study for loVers- of iiaturc; ithere- i" also a liUlb tilosEom. sjipwiliE itself.. NAMED" L WGKTREAL, a representatW'e btn of the Canadian Manufisctur-, Association held at the Wlhd- sor Hotel yesterday, the one per cent sates tax war> specially ob- jected to as likely to repeat Itself until bvrdentp the .con- suriier. 'W.' W. Birks'bt Henry 4. Sons, JewelerSj, strongly criticized the tax on gold objects k for personal and household use, which, he considered to so-Ee- vere as not only to check trade, but 'to1 kill tourist An executive commit- tee the.Cunadtan Manufactur- ers) for Quebec .pro- vince appointed to present _ objections to the government. The Flavor is distinctly I Abundant. u An Everyday within thfe' Scaled Packets Only By Grocers Everywhere. ENGINEERS1 STRIKE OFF Ont., May dasger of-a-general strike, ot engin eers tfhlchj-.has. been threatened here since first of May, was removed yesterday as the result of a conference fcetweeh .Sena'tJor'nbbeftson, minister bf labor, and Robert Hobs on, presi- dent of Company of Canada, and other officials of the company, ,havc been on strike (of the weeks.. too firt ROMS the of Woiaen Giro Strength and Euerrr to Mca .If you' TrllKoyt tJntil yrt become Ihih 'Ami emaciated, jou dot do a. more serious hatm to yourself than. ?cajet ytrat Weed literacy I'-rr'e far of that gives it streagth tai Sent Because of Stomach Takes Tanlac. a'nd' Uikin'p Tanlao I have .in'weight and feel as well did In my saiil J. nlcft'ttrtl, B t T' OF. T H R.I OPEN AN ACCOUNT FOR EACH CHILD INV JHE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA: Total Assets Over They're lankly, old in style of cooking. The ftavox.is .that .we ref.a at home. A flavor of catsup is ..added to give them zest. We put this'in be- cause we always want- ed a'bit' of "mother's catsup when she baked beans for .us. ASK .FOR ACANOF QUAKER" BRAND. H A 1 L! ave soiSe Ihouglit to Irsurins your are .oil Ip1 insure'wlthl Have MR. ha-v crops against hail M horn at _ this'serious Yerj likel% "vou not Can wo not reason this out together? We, are farmirs, ,ioo. JVe know that the commercial; world Is organized; wfAiWe but :jre. have not taken adVantage ot our We have inilffep'nt and ..that is til's reason that1 tlie farmers ore- being dictated to bj othjr organizations' isn t X. time ve gef'tpgethfr and stand back of our organizations9 "Vve realize it h Then let us mane up our minds right now to place.-our insurance with the HAIL INSURANCE CO, which is owned and controlled by the Jarmers of i i REPRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSAL AGENCIES SUITE with sto'mncli trouble arid "1 finnlly got In tucbj'bart shape I .invalided home. 1'did not improve-after" I..re- turhecij to add to my troubles-'I' was taken down with a- severe ceao tlie 'fhO last winter.' .l-'nras-! terrftly weak after this attack and for months 1 was ifcrelj' ablp, .tp_ mySelf; around and could not walk'a ctlj block without 'becominB' completely exhaust-, ed, and for year was unable to do a of.work..All this tine my getting worse.and worse. I; had ho. appetite to speak of and when I did manage to force down a little something It would nearly kill me. My Yobd would fcYmcnt and gas would form and' I would bloat some- thing terrible, and my hemit would pal- pilnte the .worst'way and it was all I could do, to get..niy. brcatii. I had lost ivefghVuntil 1 .was scarcely more than a frame, jiiid more color in my white paper. "I bad-tried all sorts ot medicines, Itul" none of them did me any good, and .'then a lady wlio lived In my me to try Tan lac. I scntidown town and; bought two bnttlcs 'and began laking it, 1 was really'vcliscouragod with the results oi Itio first boltle, ns could sco no Im- provymbnt in my condition, but started on the second bottle and am sure glad 1 did, for before 1 had fin ished It I.bHgan to feel better' in every way and soon had an appetite T continued taking it and from (hen on my improvement waa by leaps ant bounds. ;7 took Fix bottles in all anc my stinlaeii Iftuble is now a thing o the past. I cat everything I.want an< novcr suffer any" had after effects. feCt as .strong as I ever did, and in kind ofv.work is hard for me. Mj friends hardly know me when thoy met't have Improved much, and whftn they ask me cause of. It I Am always glad to lei ihDm ItvWiiH Tanlac. I want all th licys who have returned from over seas flhont il. nnd eveo'on else, ns, far as that goes, for I kno how good it is." Tan lac ia sold in l.cllilirldge 1) .Inhn H, lifginbplham A- Co.; in Coa liuret by Diamond Drufr Stationer Stor..', ond.in Wnrncr by Mra. N, DP with her. Dr. and' Mrs, James ;Are Not Getting Sufficient Salary opening session of the ninth conference of the Ontario Health Officers' Association hero today, Dr. K. D. Oliver, Fort Willfam, president of the association, declared" that tH6 medical officers of eallh did not receive thu support should have; they were not pat.i ufficlent salaries, ho said. Increased ay. In other professions, fir. Oliver aid, had resulted In a steadily de- basing number of 'students at .the icdlcal colleges. Dorothy Deuch, .twelve years, "Was eriously Injured by-a motor truckjort Danforth avenue, Toronto. V- 'WINNIPEG TO BE WIRELESS CENTRE WINNIPEG, Man., May If experiments being conducted by Prof. John Doracy at tho Un- Iversity of Manitoba wireless slallon, .proves satisfactory. Winnipeg will beco.me a central atntion (or .feccivfbi; .wireless messages troni all the Mr.DoTsey'declared 16- day.. A message recently caught from Mexico miles' away under unfavorable static conditions, indicates that the experiment will bo success- ful. This'ij, the first time an aerial at Winnipeg has received a message from such a dis- lance. Equipment will be instal- led immediately which will give Iho station here a wave length sufficient'to receive and send -'f news to Etny city on the Arncrl- con continent, Prof, said: "Wllhin tho. next, few months we hope to bo catching messages from England, 'Aus- Iralia and South -Africa." Our Name and our Trademark Guarantee the Quality r :YjOU WGHEiST MARKET AREtlABLE; THE: .L-ArfGEaiK peALERS IN THE WEST A. CAkRljif Co. Ltd. P.O. BOX 37 LETH BRIDGE, ALT A. PHONp 595 1251 .SECOND AVE.S." ,i' AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALt HOW MUCH CAN YOU GET? FOR YOUR HIDES, PELTS :AND FURS. WYMAN CAN TELL YOU "XrfU Will you and'advlse you regarding tho markfit, Correspondence and inquiries invited' A.: WYMAN CO. .f 320 SIXTH STREET SOUTH 'LETHBRIDGE PHONE 442 EIGHTEEN BUSINESS MEN -of-this city aVe placing {ire insurance with my company ies. I am SAVING MONEY for every one of them wellas giving them most liberal policy f. Let m'e'do THE SAME FOR YOU. Doit'ti'1' Forster Phone1793 ;