Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, DRCEMRKU 3. 1913 OAH.T PAGE I RAW COTTON HITS FORTY CENT6 POUND mm w Final Labor Mayor of Manches- ter -Declares That Order Musi lie Maintained Dec. Alderman Tom Fox, recently rd 'ibor mayor of Mm- received a deputation of unemployed who protested againtt (he withdrawal cf the unemployed grant When a me'mrjer of the deputa- tion ftpoke of "not being rtjponi- Ible for the 'ord mayor rtplUd: "I atji lord nnfiyor and bound to kcip order. Make no mistake, I Km prepared to take Action with fll 'potllble energy, I. have been unemployed myself.' When ydu go back to your men-tell them to lelllng off hot alr.V NBW VOIIK. Doc. other rocord price was eslab- llahfed .on the New York col- ton exchauge today when Da- 4 tcmber contract! sold at 40 cents a pound1 on continued covering at lho openlug of the v local market. Tbts made jin advance of J1.60 a bale ofsr v yesterday's flaw and an lu crefiae of approximate'.7 12 4 cenU a jwuad over the low ft of lut September. -5 LIBERAL ORGANIZATION OTTAWA, Dec. wras.Q full attendance of delegates whou the na- tional rrcaulutlon cotriaiUie of Ihe Liberal party met again tills mivn'if In Lho cffices of Hon. W.- b. Mat ID Ihe Victor's .MLspuni 1; Is cipccled that moil of the ticrk. of col i; mi I lee Kill bare beon wcuud up by erenfQf. ccn- lloued it Is' morning on Lbe way-I aic loeaus of brlngluR party lion iniri: to the necessary complpl'Ou. lyiih Ltadquarlcra In Ottawa. Com- in'Liecs for taking up Tarious ot lha work will be vliere. necessary but It IB aipoctcrl by .nmorrow most of.Ihe dele getci w'll bo OTI tholr ivay lionie To the Electors ofLelhbridge: I come before yoii as a candidate iov your suffrages in the-coming election ,for trustee for the Public Schools Boa'rd. Jn the measure that I'sense the need of a woman "pp. the Board, and as a nominee of the local Council-of Women, I feel that I. shall not only be use-, ful, 'if "ejetled, in dealing- with the many problems of the portion of the school population, but in representing the citizens at large in respect to these problems a? they affect the general welfare. I feeithat a woman on the School Board will add to its usefulness and. that my'candidature, if successful, will rneaika great deal to the schools in adding the desired interest of-the.women, of the city lo what goes on in these institutions, particularly as it applies to our daughters who :form no inconsiderable part of the pupijs pi .pur and, in being mothers, ,lo ev'ery .pup! "I.. I believe in sane and not revolutionary legislation, as apphed.to.ou'r schools, the motive behind of doing the utmost.for the mental and physical benefit of every at the same time for' the ratepayers. In asking for your confidence in the way of support at the polls on Monday, December 8th, I have ihe as- surance that I shall in no way belray it, and will make it my endeavor to see that the schools are run in the best interests of the pupils and the public, in whose interests the interest of the school children are. For the rest, my public .utterances show where I stand, and in the appeal to you I trust I may rely on your support and co-operation when the time comes for. recprdingjour votes. GRACE SEARS SPOONER CALGARY, liec. ac- tion, which may include suspension uf Ibe certificate entitling a physician to procllse, has been decided upoa against all physicians who have boon convicted lu Alberta of inrraciion o[ [he seellou of the Liquor Act prohi- biting ibe prescribing ot liquor for any .othor. than .medicinal purposes. This decision waa made ai a meet ..JK last week of the Medical Council of Ihc Albcrla MedU-al Association. The members or this council include Dr. It. D. Sanaon and Dr. Wo, OAME OP R1KG likt Lhis. F-ftt for 100 wrappcM, finl elm nude o hirdwood, n-wly [winlH, PIM tor ZW> 'Qc 'and 2.1 CLOTH DOLIS ON SHEET No. wl out md Fxmilr tjt in uveiil toterJ. Free firf CO TtTipptM.' 'love lliii dciprc. [or 36 SMALL DISH-Silver useful and prdtf. Free (o; 175 tftfpfttt, ci We MK! 6 trnppert. Royal Crown Soaps Ltd. CALGARY ALBERTA Delise Man's Breath WoulJ Almost Fine Since Tanlac Ended Trouble. "Nothing ever helped me until I got. Tanlac and DOW I'm jusl like a man made declared John Mover of Dclise. Saskatchtnran, while dis- cussing lho medicine at the Empire Hotel in Saskatoon, recently. '-'Al Ihe time .1 began taking Tan- -ho .continued, had been'EUf- fcrcnK from (ruulito. IILT- vouEness and'..rheunialistn for two .and whlleJU about eTerr- Ib'ing I knew ot.3 liCpL gelling worse. -1 co'uhl not cat but what KW ivojjld form and such severe i pains in 1 could not' j suind iip gas would 'eji 1 uiv.j'nlo my chest -ai-.d make ntv heart palpltnlb. so it nlnrmcd me, for my breatij Voiihl nlinosL elop at limps. I would often hav.e lo Eet up at n'sht and T.nlk the floor In order to hrenlhc and many n night I heard lha clock strike every hour. My stomach as ?onr na a Vinegar barrel and I would get up In Its .with a foul Usfe in .my mouth .tliat would slay with nisVor hours. My nerves were'in Buch'a bail ehape that th'r leasl-unusual ,nbl3e would startle me and' my jrms and shonldora hurt so wlln rhcumatlBm Uiat I rrmld raise my hands up to my heart to comb my hair. A pain would often catch cue In my. shoulders, making my arms helpless, and I would drop what- ever 1 happened to lie canylng. "Aa 1 said, thts bad been goins on for l-wo years, and It was nil I could 'do to'g'ei. In' chBujjli time al my work lo eaHi a I was ?o B'.iff find .achy.lhn! .it iwaa'ajory for mo (o acrt by here apjwara Co Le 400, although iherc- the same machinery, as ihose admin- majr fce more who have not proclaim- Istorcd on behair of Cxn-idlana whose ed tliemseWeE stranded. pcnsloiiB are chargeaGie io the CuiiaJ- lan government. The arranKemeni will apply io disabled seamen and warrant office re, fiber than commis- sioned naval warrant oflKerj; non- ccmmissioned and men ol the marines, army and air force and the widows, children yna dependents of j those deceased. IL no! anply to" comniisgioucd officc-ra and or to the relallves of officers. 1'enslons will he dealt with by ihe hoard of'pen-; slon coinmlsslontr.s for Canada and ircadnent and trzdilup by the depart- j incnL or soldiers' civil rc-ealabllsh- menL lu Canada. Men drawing pc-nslons will be re-eiamined by ,-idfau tiledkal Lo.irdg and wlJl then Kivtn ihe opprtuuliy to decide whether I hey will receive pensions under the British or Canadian regulations. Men permanently iicotloned ulll jjotiflod IhaJ if ihcy wish Io oblala the benefit of the now scheme they must present themselves before a medical board. They will then be giv- en the option of aecepung "the Canad- ian rates or continuing under the British rales. Willows and dependents will hft enabled to exercise an option, care be- ing iaKen to explain The different rates BO that their Interests may ba ?afegURrded. The Canadian authori- ties will mnhe nwards, subject lo con- firmation hy the "British auiboritlea, to widows and (lejjendenLs of disabled man who n.ffor their return to Canada and pending decision recov- erable advances will be made. Imperial pensioners will have the Bame facilities for medical treatment aa arc given to Canadian pensioners, Including- the payment of allowances, and will be supplied with artificial llmba and appliances. On leaving Canada or the United Stales, the pensioner who has accept- ed ihe Canadian rates will rerert (o Ibe British rates. Some Holslievisfs Anxiuus For Muderation Bui Outlook is Gloomv MONTREAL. is veiy difficult Indeed, almost impossible, io say what Is goiiiK lei hsppon in Rus- declared Dr. K, J, Oillor.. for ea routo to ft fornia. "I know that some of the vJsts aro thai a considerable modification should be made in the aims and tactics of tbe present ad- .......-ira'.ion with a view to a coali- tion ueiwc-en all the lorces In Ruislb- and M'iih a hope of obtaining recogni- tion fron ihs allied povren. Whether ihat is really feasible I am unable to pay. do know, howeier, thai neiibvr nor Kolchak would for s. mo- ment accept it, for boih are men ot great ideals ivho have ihe good oE he country al heart and hare Ideotl- lied ihemselved with Ihe anti-Bolshft- vist doctrines." lirantford Clab hare purchas- _. uranuum iiaitr tJurcuai- uolcrj war correspondent, who wae at cd the Kerr farm of 65 acres in order the Kilz-OKton and lati to enlarge their course. CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN, AND MEN WHO MADE IN CANADA A Name That Means Style I Think of Society Brand you think of style. No other naine. in the 'clptliihg. 'world means style so spontaneously. The style is due to designing. It is ...built, into the clotHes .by careful. liand'Workmanship, to remain as- long aa 'the You pay a Little more' for .these clothes, but it cbste more to make them With -the varied grades ot elolhitig -tlMding Ihc' market, lor Ihii label as ymr guide. Gc to Style SOCIETY DRA.VD ctOIUES, Ual'jd, UKADA ALfHEU DtCEBR ACOUH.UiKriSllli., 'Ntw York Honutil McKelvie The "2" Ktrkham Block S McGuire Lelhbridge, Alia.