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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 2, 1920 THE LETKHRTDTTE DAILY MSRALD 'AGE ELEVEN Dame Decrees Slender Silhouette, and Brief Skirt for Spring CLEVELAND, Ohio, Nov.r i ing both in.uoft and delicate fabrics. Bemi-aiinual meetii'lg ot Inn: National i Trimmings Include beading and Cloak, Suit and Slrirt Manufacturers hraiJinK, picot edgings and a new flat association here .vi'iiV attended floss embroidery...'. by more than 300 delegates who !_1 Y cussed the new fashions !for spring as displayed by living the style Saturday No radical changes are shown from the lines of fall and garments. Sklris.-continue shorty and straight. DESIGNS FOR MEMORIAL TO SIR WILFRID LAURIER {Canadian igh the' number of com memorial to the- late Sir J Phillip, t'expectedr tnatt.tliera will, be any dc executive secretary'of the Jg {0 tin, Mai choice, before .wqijah 10.': .In thei case ot after the been carried rltten for BOclatidnr turcrs for ..1021.' ed In jacketJsianlfclpsir fitting, suit' coats th'e and--flat-liangiaK panels Jrput .and, and, bolero give effects, with '.scallops! uneven Beams Tailored suits with and without belts: are'cut ,severe- ly 8lend'er7" "i' Skirts-are shqrt a'suggestion of-moro fullness in Bume cases witn panels, tunics, h'em trimmings and PleatiUgS. -WYappy coats and capes will be gen; when these are will" .be further meet- IngV to'reacb.' a final decision. MOUNTED'PbLl'CE; INSPECTOR IS DEAD The death bccurttSd; here' yesterday ot Inspector 'A., L.' Bell, .Ilbyal Canadian, Mounted Police, a pioneer officer of that force The late Inspector joined, the Royal Northwest Mounted Police 23 'years ago and for 17 years served In the Yukon, .He was quartermaster "of the local unit, -at the time of. his death worn, slender shoulders..mark-.which came after a short Illness. A MAN OF RENOWN Among the notable ,of this country who achieved great success along strictly legitimate lines, was Dr. R. V- Pierce, founder of Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti- Mute in Buffalo, N.Y. '__ his attention tOitKe specialty of j women's" he became t a recognized authority in that line'. His work, "The Commoii Medical.: is in over two and a half homes in'this country and-. Europe. At. one time Doctor Pierce represented his. home district in Congress, Jnst fifty-one years ago he gave wbrjdi a Prescription which has never been: equalled for the weaknesses of women: Many women in every Hamlet, town 'or city will gladly testify, Doctor Pierce's Favorite PrescriptioG .did. thern a world of good. i Another of {Treat physician's .successful remedies is known as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi caJ and, like the sold by all drnggistsi'm both'liquid and tabletst'.-ThU U, probablyl one of the most efficacious discoveries ever made in for the list of men and'women all over the universe who have.successfully. used; it for indigestion and as a .blood tonic'and system.'builder; makes: an total of thousands. "Pleasant stomach, liver introduced by I Dr; Pierce fifty years are recommended by thousands all over" .the'XJnited States A new edition of the Medical Over pages; bound in handsome; cloth; can be obtained by dollar (or postage stamps) to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. MAY SECEDE FROM ONTARIO Shaded portion of the map shows the four districts which are discussing secession -from Ontario: Kenora, Rainy Hirer, .thunder Bay, and Patricia. ?ori Arthur aud Fort William would bo the capital if a new province were lormed: Nations League Refuses to Ac- cede to Rejection of Returns on Plebiscites GENEVA; Dec. pro- test against acceptance by. the League of Nations of what the'Berlin'govern- ment, deemed. falsified r returns from .he plebiscites held In the Euphen and Halmedy. districts along the Belgian frontier has been rejected by ihe council of the league. In Its reply to 'BUCK1? WEAVER WILL STATE JHIS DENIAL ON VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT CHICAGO, Dec. ''Duck' Weaver, former Chicago American Leaguo.'baseball club's inflelder, im plicated the confession of three White Sor players In the world's per lea exposures before tho Cook county grand Jury recently, planned to appear In the various Chicago vaudeville houses In a monologue designed'to prove his innocence of complicity In the conspiracy to "throw" the 1919 series, it'.was said In sporting circles today- It intimated that Wearer has interested a prospective manager for his local tpnr which, it was rumored, would entail a talk to the audiences denying :the charges and suspicions against nini.' The distinctive Red Rose flavor, aroma and rich, full strength is found in every Red Rose Sealed Carton. Never sold in bulk. You will also i enjoy Red Rose Coffee. V 'of 'Armenian Forces the.German government the .council says it finds no reason tc modify Its previous decision- to accept the result of the plebiscites. The sub-committee considering ap- plications of smaller states for mem- bership In the league has decided to report favorably upon the admission of Costa Rica, but unfavorably on Lichienstein and Azerbaijan. This body will recommend to the pareul committee that a favorable report be] made upon the proposition advanced by President Motta of Switzerland, I which would provide that. states-hot i having sufficient to. be- come' full members of the league Morale would hare a special status. It has been stated In this connection Haat they might be'given seats In the as- sembly" for. purposes "of consultation, .but without.-the Message to Wilson ;'Dec> forces Dispatch of a message ot gratitude' have been driven, eastward by the to President Wilson for'the way he.Turkish Nationalists, until the region responded'to the appeal ot the coun-! they hold is entirely outside the tradi ell to act as mediator, between, the! tlonal. boundaries; of 'Armenia. As a Armenians and the Turkish Nation-1 result, Armenia is reduced to a little alists was proposed3to the' assembly, Caucasus republic such' aa'waa creat- by Paul Hymans, its president, short-; ed by the Germans and Turks during ly after today's M, tho wa'r. ''c Hymans also proposed .that messages Hostilities.between the Armenians bf gratitude be sent to Brazil and and Turkish Nationalists have been Spain; suspended through the intervention of Lord Robert Cecil, representative the Bolshevik government'at Moscow, of the Union ot South Africa, also! and hopes are entertained that further suggested that thanks were bloodshed mayjbe averted: Conditions, the French delegation, particularly :hbwoyer, are'frightful1 in the district Badly: v_ Suffering of ,MPPEOIN Makes Will Verbally While Death Inch by Inch Klufman, a wife and youngsters to come to the uallon Is' fairly well .in hand, and It top of the well and look at him. Then] you can carry your bonds for a with a sob in his voice lie said: "I months you should get a better pries leave you all my property, everything I.owu. (iou bless ..This took place Just as dusk -jvas falling and the man had been trapped in the- well two hours. Almost -an hour later tho water closed over his upturned face and he died. for them." MAIL FOR SAILORS ON CANADIAN NAVY OTTAWA, Doc. Canadian have bceii i lallBvlllullka 4I1LIU Oalician the Horse Lake made by the department of the naval district, Sask., met for the delivery of mall ad- dressed_ to'oDicers, men and ,boys details of whicli are contained In a report received by ProTlncial-Police Inspector. B. L. J. Sparkmam Klnfman'was trapped by'a-cave-in while working last Friday" In a well on his farm. In apite of frantic ef- forts on 'the part'of his family and neighbors, he could not .be moved. The .water rose slowly In the well. Inch-by inch it crept up until it reach- ed his mouth. Then Klufman died. aboard M.- S; Aurora, Patriot and Patrician, the naval .vessels recently presented by.Great Britain so that re- latives aiid friends. oC the many Cana- dians aboard these vessels o( the navy will be able to communicate with them without trouble. Healthy Over Heaiihy Life Your or clogged, active or all the ddfenro between a vigorous, cheerful life and low spirits and fail- ure. To subdue a stubborn liver, over-y come consli- dizzi-4 nets, bilimu- As these ships will-not be station- BCSS, indigestion, headache ___ __ ed at any one-port, but will he cruis-j blueitncre is nothing on earth BO good Ing, arrangements have been made i Hefore he died he made his last with the iiostofnce for the permanent Headache is the' keenest sort of suffering and return again and again unless you llEMQVE THE CAUSE. vSee us today. ,r THE CHIROPRACTORS SHERLOCK BLDO: 'PHONED 1677, 1441 will, verbally, and bade farewell to his wife, Lower Chain When the cribbing collapsed, KIuE- manTs. two daughters, who werfr work- iug'wlth tried', .by a chain and then a avail. Jolin Bryksa. a neighboring farmer, volunteered to go down to Klufman's assistance. Ho had gone down three feet when Klufman shouted to him to go back. Another part of the crib- bing was on the point of falling In. TEe water, was now rising around the doomed farmer's neck faster than It could be bailed out''by a small iron .pot. y. "I'm golr.g to going to die! wahied the assembly! lhro.ugh..the. onow In'all directions and were in the government Is'unable to .t.'Armenia was 'housing ;or food, pending the -Lord Robert waftied the assemblyllh that dimcultles pointed out tha if___________ __. bound and that hostilities stopped, but that a fresh.outbreaV slan Bolshevik. must be anticipated 'wher... the j .The morale of Armenia's shattered i disappeared. In -the meantime. army.ia'very low, while thc'Tiirks by sources and guidance must lie "disclpllnea arid ed Armenia to enable her to become.equipped, nejiorts that.soviet Ilussla a self-Eiipportlng nation. jls. in alsagreelhent'.with'tho'Tnrklah A. J. Balfour report! Nationalists are accept5a as true, and of the committee on amendments to! it is'said Moscow views unfavorably the that the com- mittee had found the moment inoppor: tune for changes, -The fact that no changes were did not mean tliaVthe'committee'regarded tho covenant as-perfect and immutable, H he said, and the" eventuality must be g considered'ot.the next assembly being called ;U'pon, to consider amendments importance than those of far gri now proposed. "The motive is he said, "If you imoml the-covenant you amend the Republican nation reals' of-.Versailles which and millionaire oil AND PASTRY I MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVE., TORONTO, (FORMERLY OF LETHBRIDGE) Wl'll be pleased to receive subscriptions, new or renewal, for the following: LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PER" YEAR SATURDAY EVENING POST YEAR COUNTRY 2.00 PER YEAR PICTORIAL REVIEW 300 PER YEAR GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 4.00 PER YEAR Other Leading Periodicals and Majazlnos. Prices furnished on application. A MAGAZINE IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRISTM AS'GIFT thu Turkish adrance into Armenia. OIL MAGNATE'S SLAYER, WIFE OF NEPHEW, IS SEEN IN .MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. police and Sunday night wcro searching for Mrs. Clara Smith Hamon, said to be wanted at Ardmofe, Okla., In connection with the death there of Jake L. Hamon, al 'commlltceman c sayo., aeai i ana millionaire of :o the peace of the was received that a woman answer- Anolhcr motive of the committee, Mug Mrs. Hamon's description had Mr. Ualfour explained, was the con- registered at a local hotel last Thurs- vlctlon that one year's experience; In day but no trace of her could bo he working of a covenant was found Sunday night. address: Qaro roEtofflce, Montreal, to bo used. The vessels, are expected to reach Halifax on December 17; coiultig of tho Bermudas. There arc fifty Canadian.hoys-on. the three sels, and of thc-.ot: ficers are'Canadians. SmsO FiH-Small Me HOLD VICTORY BONDS IS ADVICE OF A. E. AMES B. Ames, of A.- K. Ames and company, investment hankers of this city, in a letter to. a company of which ho is a director, art- vises against selling the company's hlock of 1033 and 1034 Victory bonds at present. Mr. Ames states that this would mean an unnecessary sacrifice, and adds: "Money is tight In Canada, cried tile man.. And he called his of course, but in my-judgment, the sit- TIC r.dt .snnr another Itchinc, "Inp, or'Protrua' 1 Ing Piles. So surgical oper- ation required. Dr. Ointment will relievo you at ohee and aHonl bslluu beaeflt eoc. a dealen, or Ilalea Co., Limited. Toronto. Sampb-ltoxtTeeii >ou and eocloso 2C. aUmp to pay postage, t Piles Cured refund B to 14 Days money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding.- or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves -Itching Files, and. you can gst restful sleep after first application. GOc. :icnl to show just what ainendment should bo made and the committee deemed It advisable to wait. He said a commission, which, the committee recommended to study proposed amendments, could report to the coun- cil of the league, which In turn would report to the next meeting of .the asseiifuly. at Geneva. The date ot tills lie mentioned as September By referring tho changes proposed now lo ?i commission-for sludy, Mr. JJalfoiir thought tho assembly could establish a precedent of great vaUto to the assembly which might be Mrs. Hamon was the former wife of one of the millionaire's nephews. A nation-wide search U being made for her. asked to changes. make more important Husband's Story Will Amaze Lethbridge He says: "Adler-I-ka helped my for gas on the stomach and sour stomach In TWKNTV MINUTKS. It vorks .beyond stalest expectations." Adler-1-lta acts on BOTH'.tipper and lower bowel removing foul mattor which poisoned stomach, lirlnga out all gfisses and sour, decaying food EXCELMIXT tor chronic constlpa- Ouards agulcsl append'citls Adlcr-I-ka removes matter you navef '.itoiijltl was In your system and which "have- been poisoning you' months. J. D. Hlglnbotliam Co. Dmlleit, n.i MILBURNS heatt EXEMPTION ON HOUSES VALUED HOOO AND UNDER TORONTO, Dec. of Toronto will bo glvon an opportunity on New Year's Day of voting on the question of this city granting partial exemption from taxation, except for school purposes, on houses assessed al J4.0CO.OO or less. This decision .was arrived at by the city council utter a motion lo submit a tote on ths quos- tion of granting twenty-five per 6cnt. exemption on tho assessed value of buildings, income and business assess- ments, as farored by tho Toronto Sin- gle Tax Association, was defeated In council. SUNDAY SCHOOL TO AID FAMINE SUFFERERS TORONTO, Dec, 1. Nation-wide campaign Is to Ijo dnderlaken In tho Sunday schools of Canada to ralso money to aid the famine sufferers In Clilha. All the Protestant Sunday schools will be Included In tho move- ment. The appeal will probably be made during tho Christmas season. lo Inaugurate the cam- paign was. taken at a meeting of the Religious Educational Committee ot the Life Toll >T1HE_value of the lighthouse is especially appreciated .by sea- __ faring folks. Many fascinating stories of averted disasters originate from these'structures the world over! Their first Purpose, is preventing the loss of human life. In this they are closely the purpose of Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills, around which there arc also interesting facts of averted disasters, t People to-day arc using Milburn's Heart body must suffer. The effects of weakened Nerve Pills as their 'Lighthouse" on Heart Ner.Vc centres vary. 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