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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 15 THE OF HERALD Surprised Bow Island Pastor MHisWife (From Our Oi-n fcOW ISLAND, Nov. 31 mas- qaerade. balMu the I.O.O.F. hall .last Friday night, under the auspices of .the Golden Luck 'llebekah lodge, was a great success. The members of the "Goldea Luck" lodge wore pretty costume: In lodge .colors, pink and green, while each member of the orchestra wore collar. ajid_.cap in' costumes of Tthe masqueraders wero numerous and varied, and the judges found It difficult. to decide where tbe prizes plionli! be given. Fin: ally after the graud march the prices were awarded .to: Lady's prize, Mrs. W. Potter, as gentleman's irlie, Mr, Clajis'5; ladles' comic, Miss Hunter, as Mr.- Vra'nk Abnuns as a Darky. TLo. Judges were Kleutche' And Mrs.-C. Thompson ot Bow Island, and.Mr. F. Hlllis .''A" lucky "number dance Mr. Thompson and partner winners of the prize. At midnight the members'--ofI-the lodge seri'ed a splendid lunch, after dancing continued- for.-a few toure. Women's Inttltute' '_ .The attendance at the regular monthly, meeting of the Women's 'In- stitute In the Rest Room last Saturday afternoon'was one of the largest and most interesting from a business point The members see'med to take more lively Interest In what was going on-which speaks well for the well-being of the organization. There were quite a.nnniber.oi ladfea.present frbnl the outside of town, among whom were; Mfs. J. Gibson, Mrs. Gibson, Lack of Can in West Blam- ed for Fuel Shortage' Police Visit Not Associated With Raisin Deluge (From Our Own Correspondent) warehouses of the Navigation Corn- cany, while torn' tjhe to'ivn itself came "r and dancing, zz land playing sound of laughter ho strains ork'jaz bend, "Heavens, what's said tho rear passenger, as some dark shapes .rose on tho right, "Loots to me like the Judsoit said the drlviir, "but what gets me is how it got so :close to. the main .road." "Wrong." 'said the Anglo-Saxon, "it's the Marthessault school house. Now! the As the that sweet symphony, "There'U be a hot time in the old town fell upon the air, a high-powered limou- sine through'the moonlight. In tlie direction of .Taber. It contained 1 know why the old bus don't go. It's three occupants, one ot the dominant' the (Jet out and push. There's i Anglo-Sarah race, the oihers being it-woman coming from Dostowu after Scotch, (not to mention tho Scotch a'kitchen.cablnet ui tbe morning, and th'at; ensued before, their departure) If I'm' not there to put It through !U and as the ear burbled around one ot they'll take to using rlrygonds the bends In the national highway, a boxes." "Who's running this bus, shivering form on tho rear seat aiur-j said Bob, anil Just theu some- mured. "When do wo get to Taber.'thing tall rose up and tbe car re- Chatham Board of Education havoUTcO to SSGO, and the-maximum raised tho minimum for teachers from I set at TABBR, Nov. fire brigade held their first extension ladder drill tonight, .the building chosen for tlio. tan m, tuw tar iv purpose being tbe post office, which! Seems to me we sighted the Naviga-j bounded half a block. The tall some- is of two stories. Tho chief directed! tjon warehouses before, and I'm darn, thing proved to be the Fincastle Far- WOMAN SO COULD NOT WALK Lydia E. Vegetable Compound Restored Her W..R, Cummins, president of the Drumbeiier Board of Trado, v.'ho taya that lack of coal ui.tl-a .west it duo to shortage of cars. Mrs. ,Tweedle, Mrs. G. How Mrs: J. Travis. Mrs. C. Thomas and Mrs." A; Gragg. At' the close of the meeting a deli- cious lunch was served by Nevers, J. Ross and T..R_Blalrio. The annual meeting of the Women's Institute-will Jio held In the real room oir Saturday, Dec. 4th at 2 p.iu. It Is hoped .that all members and any who ib the InsHtuto'will be lhe present; Surprised Factor and Wife MM :l operations as usual, showing how tho ladders recently purchased are hand- led, and explaining safety climbing. The new equipment was not as smooth cent-manufacture, but as practice con- tinues, the trouble will disappear, Tho brigade is justly proud of Us and the'corps de'esprit manifested is of the right kind. Sergt--Major B.evln, of .the A.P.P. headquarters stun1, was-in town'today, .looking ovey equipment, and was accompanied by.the master tailor of the force. Although feren't merchants jccelved nearly, a ton of raisins'apiece the Inci- dents bad no connection with each other. L. G. Tallman left for Medicine, Hat this evening to meet Mrs. Tallman.! oihers falling the lim' took who has been visiting In Ottawa and' vicinity. past two -or three months. Ronald Truswcll.Is aaBiolinb at the depot, .as he IB succeeding Gerry Frankon as express messenger at tho ose of the week. The bents for the.roof of the Mc- laughlin garage, were placed in posi- sure we've circled tho Lake three mers' elevator' .and grsin began to times. Port your' helm." spill all over the place. "I wish 1 had "Xevcr rind about that an-1 a Hudson Bay said the rear swered Bob.' the: driver, "you Just occupant, "but they've all been shlp- ycuniclf IB slUffibcrdora and for-' fSi tci-Biusbnry BiBCS iSa last cold get I've got my hands' snap.1'; Bob. as he hop: full trying to navigate tho Irrigation ped In, and gave her then ditches. I can't understand why they had to reverse for half a mile to let didn't them; wider." "Bob's, the others'eaten up. By sighting on said the; third man, "ho's do-! the Flncastte school, he managed to ing his the circumstances, get Into'the-maln trail, and In the- though you may be a dawn of'a November mom- good blacksnjlti, but you're a poor ing, three sleepy motorists who" had relation of Henry .Ford." "Well, I'll attended the G. W. V. A. dance at get' said, nob, and the Urassy .Lakc'slid noiselessly down next minute': the whole parly had'to chanticleer crowed and engago long.and loud, his greeting-to the king In physical exercise of Fcur blowouts, and the blow- known as patching a tire. ont that began before the blowouts, said the driver, and hopped in, the and.a'pace twenty miles iu til hours is some going at that.' 2% Perils Digestive ailments are frequently neglected.' People say "It's only a touch of indigestion- it will go away." What begins as simple discomfort is allowed to become a serious- chronic ailment Never neglect the treat- ment of digestive derangement. To relieve disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, Piils act promptly and usually overcome the difficulty. Take BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold erctTwhere fa Canada. .In bozo, BOc. Jr LargectSaleofanyMedidneintheWorld .t-time was spent last today, bricWayine on tbe at the Methodist Be'nS alfiO near the finish. A gang of parson.'ge eighteen mem- about dozeu Ia engaged'on the and adherents of the church surprised Rev. V. M. and Mrs. Gilbert in the form of parly. Mr. Gilbert proved to be master of the situation and made an able host, well -I building, the tllework ou which lends to its appearance. T. S. Martin of Fin castle. Is attend- ing .the meeting, of U. F. A. secretar- ies at Calgary this week. He has assisted by-Mrs. Gilbert in her uf The hours passed his recent accident at tbe stock antly in games, befpfe leav- ing for' flonio tlis-r ladles served a .dalpty liihch.- .The U. F. A. and XJ. F. W. A. held a joint social meeting last Saturday night. Perth AmboyV N-J. ?6r. i 1 suffered with a Tl trouble; yous, hail [and a pain in my side most of the time. I had dizzy spells and IIwas often so faint i tcould not walk fccrvis (the floor. The doc- tor sold Iwould 11 tobave reidj iboat Lydia Compcand'-m- ___________Imy newspaper, and H, I better, feel strong, pains, backache prdizzy spellsv 'Every one tells me how-well I took, and Itell.Oiem to iise Lydis Vtgetable .Compoand that b what Biutei me" feel well and look well 1 recommended It to my sister the is' using it now.' You CM this letter. If yon wish, for.it it cerUjnly grand reniedj'for a womin's ilbj, K4 St., N.J. E. Vegetable Componnd h been overcora-: ing Bach strips conditions is displace' ments, qlcerEtion: irreg- periodic pairu, backache, diz- linesi, nervon> brostriUoo of w6menrarid is now considered Bian- dJitd for rech Just a Minute, Please! visit last Saturday, to .WinnUred. HoBSpn-'' 'enwrtaihe'd There was a'splendid attendince at church on Sunday night. The Boy Scoat orchestra and Miss M. Calder as organist a'sslsted at ttio Eong service before the regular service started. v Ret. -V. M. Gilbert chose for. his reading lesson Micah, IV and hla sermon was based on, tho latter words found in tbe first verse of that chapter.' The addience attentively listened to the as he showed clearly how. the Individual !s aflectsd by what ho builds into Jls life'each day'and'so, too'.'li the whole nation thus affected. K. M. Holcroft 'of Calgarr, :was, a business visitor the latter part of the glnthqr p_r Sunnymeade, .spient the week-end at Her uoine in Medicine Dr..Henderson professional id-___ last Wednesday to'Mrs. J. M. Melroy, who will shortly, be leaving for Indian ofjMedlMne Hat, -was- a business vlsltor'tnitown on.Thurs; v" J.Mrs: 8: Q. JamicsoTi was a business visitor in.Medlcinp Hat'last week., 6l Neeham (a down from Calgary on a busineBS trip. Mr.'atid Mrs.-T.1 W. Taylor-and Mrs. J. M. Melroy and son were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Bell last Sunday.: Mr. Boone, "who haB'-beenr8erIpTialT: ill, is, we are pleased to report, now improving, having passed the'crisis on Sunday, :T. R. Blalne Wanton last Saturday to attend'to his business In lhat town.'' Geo. Allan, who was in Nanlon last week, is now in-the HOW Island Brag.Store- Rev. Green of the Catholic church, went to Medicine liat today spend a'couplo of F. 0. -McKennaihas rented Brentz Smith's homo and will reside there. Mr. and Sirs. Losey, Winnjfred, were Bow Island visitors todar.-: Mrs. A. Lonf returned Saturday night from a visit to her people in Eastern Canada W. A. Porteous1 feed and sale'barn is receiving a' first-class- coat of Sher- win-Williams, and the color scheme must feel at home, as the, "Colonel's1 stand nearly covers, the earth. COMING FROM THE DANCE (Prom pur Own Correspondent) TABE51; Nov, brilliant moon rode high'In. the rays OI the Heavenly, lacande'scen formed a pathway of Bflvery ligh across the-rippling waters of that great inland sea; called Grassy 'Lake. A gentle breeze'stirred the foliage.-of 'he cot ton vi oo ds that overhung tho M-46-SolidMaKogana or Black Walnut Jti-fenr wellchossn about Ingersalt Reliance RELIANCE is the seven .-jewelled aristocrat of the line. (You might also, call him the "siurvival.of.the fittest." iPor in perfecting Reliance 362 .other makes of watches were studied for the result is 8 watch' with the best features of all of them and twenty-nine less parts than any of them. Furthermore, R e 11 a n c e is tested to tell accurate time in six days in eath; and'this after 127 factory inspections. jAnd BO he's no amateur when he leaves the shop, but a competent professional You'll have to go way up in watch world to find such a slim, smart, distinguished time piece as' Reliance.- if you find one, it'll cost you a lot'more than the Reliance price, which is only in nickel case, in gold-filled. from to ORION HAD LIGHT SHOWER OF RAIN (From Our Own Correspondent) ORION, Nov. Wednesday, Nov. 17lh the entertainment and pic social arranged by tbo Ladies' Aid, was held. .The program consisted ot mu- sic by, tho Orion orchestra, Mr. .Jag. Evansqn, cornet, Sirs. Hoyt, Tlolin, nnd Mrs. Evanson at tho organ; vocal duet by Itev. H. 0. and Jllss song Cress; reading, by Mrs. Jaa. Jncksofl; violin duet by'Mr. Efanson and Mrs. Hoyt, tho program conclud- ing with a little play .entitled "Cat Pie" w.hlch tho Juniors, very .credit- ably carried out. Tho performers were It and C. Dlllenneck, Ray Flynn nnd Karl Paull. The musical Items were well received and wero encored. J. G. Flynn In a very short time sold tho plea and altogether a very enjoy- able evening was spent. Tho proceeds amounted to During the evening the question came up of entortninmetits or debates to take in the and It was decided to put on ment, and a committee was'formed to arrange for the same. The play at Manyberrles last Fri- day night was attended by a good num- ber from Orion., We a light shower of rain on Saturday, that and the thaw which has made tho top of the ground soft has made ths roadn rather bad for travelling. The heavy loads imvo cut into tho grades rather badly and have left (hem rather rough in places. Hills are out announcing (he esle of .cattle and Implements of Messrs, R. Sh'ervcy and Sons, northeast of Orion, on Dec. 2nd. Bills have also been dis- tributed announcing tho sale of Mr, A llaulcb, but we understand that he has called tho sale olf. Rov. H. C. Woods ot Orion Is spend- ing tbe week at Faith nlong with tho Rov. J. Holding. Spee'r.l evangelistic I are being held lliore Step Tiiat Tfckling In The Throat, By, Using DR. WOODS NORWAY PINE SYRUP ".Thrtt tickling m the throit sensa- Is'-most distressing 'and causes nasty, irritating, dry cough that not only keeps you in misery all day long, but also prevents you enjoying a good rest. 'Dr. %Vood's Norway Fine Syrup, which is composed ;ot tlie'rfndst sooth- ing and. healing expectorant herbs and liafks combined with' the lung- henliiij; virtues ot the world-famous Norway. Pine tree, .will give almosl instant relief.In all cases of tliis nature. Mr.- E. A. Price, Port Carting, Ont, about a month las', fall, I had a bad cold and cough ant tickling In my throat. I-coughed nearly all the time. I tried-dUfercni remedies and cough syrups, but coulc Bet no relief. A friend advised me to nse Dr. Wood's Norway Pine and before. I had bottles my cough was all gone, and goiu for good.. 1 have not coughed since.' Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is put Kp in a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark; price 35c nnd 60c. a bottle.at all dealers; man Ufaclnred only by The' T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, RILL A LAXATIVE PILLS A CATHARTIC l PILLS A PURGATIVE Thlt Is The Way.: MllbunrV Laxa- Livsr Pills Work You will never use any of tlie ol sickening, mirg pills, containing as they do calo iiel and other drastic mineral ingred enls, .once you use Mllhurn's Laxn Liver, a. pill that la purely vegetabli Owing to the great caro used I iirocuring the lilgliest grade o( drug from which they nra manufactured they aro as near psrfoct ns It I slble to get