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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtiJRpAY, DECB^MBEn 4, 1920 Rev. W. G. Brown, President, Rev. G. H. Cobbledick First Vice-President At, the .njioming: aesstpn 'Friday at Cttlgary of the Alberta Social Service Council, Mrs. L. C. McKiliney, W.'L.A., was elected honorary president together with Bishop Ali.-iii Cray, Rd-nronton, H. W. Wood, president of tho n.P.A., Ales. Ross, A1.L.A., and Mrs. XelUe h. McC'luiiK^  ...... J,..; let IK ttit) miuuiiiij u,. luo ;.i,i,vui.,iiat K.uiitarimu,, whitSi'War, siived rror.i the flames. In the oentro is the adjuinir.tiation building, and on the right the tnaiii building, both of which were deatryyod, a.s ere also tho kitchen and other buildings in the rear. Two hundred and sevciity patients "vere carrlod to safety. ' : Wnolfe. M.P., Cardston; Dr. G. D. Stanley, INt.L.A., Calgary; Alderman V. J. White, t:algary; �ev. Dr. 0. D. McQueen, Eduionton; George Ross, t'algary; Uev. A. E. Lloyd, Edmonton; and Mrs. J. J. Hall. The rupro-Thc president elected -was tho Rev.' ge,tative of' the Alberta federation W. C4. Brov/n. M.A., of Red Deer, with of Labor will be named later, the Ucv. G.* H. Oobblcdick, Edmonton, j Urgos Co-operayon first vice-president. Rev. Canon W. i xhe election of oHlcera took up a O. .Tames, Calgary, accoiid vico-uresl-dent, Sterling Williams, Medicine Hat. third vice-preuident, and E. R. J. Kor5iti>r, Lcthbridgo, fourth vice-' president. The Rev. W. H. Irwin, Edmonton, was elected recordiuK secretary, and J. If. McDonals. ICdmonton. treasurer. Tiie appointment of tho gcu-ernl Becretary and otl^cr secretaries v/111 bo left to the executive committee. Executive Committee The following were eloftrU to the executive from the (rdoraiioii units : Anpllcnn church. Rev. Captain C. (�"arruniors, Eilraonton: Baptist convention, Rov. y. Ilassel, Olds: Metli-odlrst conl'orcnco. Rev. C. il. Cunning, I'duoka; Pre^'bytcrian Synod, Itov. .\. V. lA'yiUi, T;'.ber; Latter Day Saints, liiHliop J. W. lOvans, Uiiynioitd; W.C. T.'J., Mrs. Dr. Rush, Lamont; S:il-vaf;'on .'Vrniy, Adju';'.!!! M. Bristow, K'.'monion; U.F.A.. liarry Ucll, .Xa-niao; U.1^,\V..\.., Mrs. W. TT. Smith, i^edgewiolc; Women's instilutes, Mr.'?. J. E. Price, Ca!s;iry; l.O.G.T., A. G. McKlttrick, lulmouton, and the following members at large: .Marlin considerable part of the morning; ncsslon, but there was al.�o a dis-cucKion on cooncratinn between the provincial ami Ooiuinion council in which the Rev. Dr. J. G. Shoaror, Kcnorai sucn-.-ary of tiic Soci;il .Service Council or t.'p.nada took Ihc ioul ir.S piirt. lie pointed to the need )'or co-opf!:-a'ion in secure better results. He referred to, the manner in two uiilts could co-operate in securing federal Icgiilation. Reviews Rs'erendum m taken by the BTediclne Hat bdys, ol^ whom IJoyd Caldwell was the leader. Carl Sandfiuist was the loader of the Lethbfidge team; Caldwell opened the debate by giving a splendid definition, not only of the wording of the del)ate, but of his conception of education. For this he received a very high coiupliment from the judge, Mr. Blue, provincial librarian. Ho dealt with the curriculum of Your Cough will be Better After the first day's treatment with And the cough ^vill keep on getting better and better until - almost before you realize it - it will hava disappeared cctmpletfely. ___ NADRUCO SYRUP OF TAR with COD LIVER OIL COMPOUND breaks up those deep-seated, hacking coughs - relieves Asthma, Bronchitis and WhooDinit Cough-takes awaV all irritation in the throat. The pleasant taBtfe makes this reliable preparation oart lo children. Sold by most draggi$te. preparation particulatly sultedl nfZT^,m^\,^m^?^S�P"'^ '^^^ Chemical Company o{ CanaJa. Umltti^ OUTSIDERS CHIEF SINNERS IN HULL -he list of unemployed at the Leth- MpflirirA TJ-if WiVi cJoVinrI Ta- ^.-ff t^"'''""'"'"T or! brid.5e branch of the provincial labor iVJecllCine l;.at High bclrOCl L-eviho high schools, and Caidv,-ell said i bureau is growing each week and tho NEW BREAD PRICE STARTS MONliAi , _______ . balers Won in Lethbridge and At Home this was a splendid proi)arutlon for 1 amount of business IjgI.;;'; transacied college, particularly in h:,:rhor matho-, is falling off. -This wcok 'hmry. .> lin niatlcS and science. He said that tho 1 oi' thirty-nine men registered as uw-debatera : science course tosoth(-r with the clue-' enipinyod and three wc-elis a;.o the i.,st OTTAWA, Dec. 4.--(By Canadian FresR)--Hull, Quebec, a (dty of 20,000 people and long regarded as an | lonf commencing Monday, "ousis" by thirsty souls " - i . .... Red States and parts All bakers In Lethbrldge �wUl r'e " duco tho price of bread one cent ( The lJ�^-'-# 1 hjLit twico !:.3t nipviit. Medicine Hat, laigely were based was onlv he �� ^'���''�"l s^v.)!.! by a s� of 71 to VI, the hi-h school cour.-;o. Fourteen me spt'ci;'ily ''''''miiul^ni , c^;.->i. cJ this ciornin;; ^ Charles Waldo, wlu) .supported hini.l^vork -md sev( which ihp '�''�''^ hoolfl of the I'rovi'nce of Al- school and never get beyond (irade S. j - -eligible citizens. Iierta, tiio Kciectioii of matorial with- i He argued that a greatc.-r stress should FLAG ARRIVES FOR MILITARV CHAPTER The G. W. V. A, have received the The suljject the problems of life. .Mr. the leader, pointed out that in the public schools not morn than thirty , . . . , plied and were placed and the'same !"''1'?."'''^ ^'AT'^f ^''^^^ V?'','' ,^,t"f'l"'?t. with one fireman, one jail guard, two ^jf"' to the Military Chapter I.O.p.E. that form tho cnrricu- . wide ____ I .-\mong the causes that had tended! in the si-iijocl . . _________ to increase the difficulties of I'-v.;; Inni 1:; well adapted to the educational campaign, from a prohibition pt);;;",; u'iVhIs of today. of view were tho abuse of mcdieii! I 'ih.e dolvito wsis interesting from r.roscriiil.-ions, the lax enforcement oi!'ni:'r(. to iin'K'.i. 'Ciio nKi.iority of t!io the liquor act in some sect-ions ol''��'^��"��v'-.' wore, i,',iv,i!s ol' the hi:;h : tiio province, and to a snLiiler extent., i hue], ai! , l!'e.> :;, :x^ i.erVont.o7fhe'high school pniiils'go i to att^nti the Women's Mission-' ary convention m Lethbridge on Mon- day. I\Trs. Lunde. Sr.. Is having a kitchen added to her bouse, next to the home of iMr. A. Fowlie. Mr. W. F. Rogers, of Calgary, accompanied tho Noble Grand of .M-berta to the Oddfellows' iod:;e on their visit to Barons on Thursday nigiit. ^1 om. \^ Vapor T.'^cRlment fcrCou^^hsand CoJils The timo for Vapo-('rc^olriio :h nt the lit'Bt imJication of a cold or tore llivont. iii bimpl^S to U!";, >uii juHt lijTlit tluj Ilt.tle iui: p th'it^ Ynpori/c^ tho Crci^ult nc nnd i.^aco it near the bed. Tho Boothi.njr DTain-pvic viiu-r )'" b;ne:il im nnqiH'G-, tinnnhli!. J^tT.d for d'-srriptivo !i(ii�);lrt. f;.-ii,o nv n^'JC'iiaTB VAi'0-ctu::^f)i.Li'iK CO., Lccn.i-.jT-'v^lUJ UMj. IS�Sa�eooaa6iwSrjni8c^ ."1 U Q'^eenstown and Arrowood IJ. F. A. Locals Planning to Interview D. C. Coleman GLFICHRN. Dec. Seventy-five de!ernii'.ied n'en met in the Arrow-weod couHOiidated f;eliool house on the C.r.It. tov.'Rsite. ten miles south of here hist night. The men. were re-lirene'itntives of the Queenntov.'n .'lul .A rrowv.ood T;.F.A. Itical'-^. The jei-i( nH'etiiig was beid to lay (lel';ni:i j>l.ins to have the Sunioid-Iiluckie , railroad completed. i To Interview Colemnii j Hon. C. R. Ji" it-^'he'l i:: ;ir;';mninp a| meetjng ff the:'n loeais with .Air. ('( le-1 imn of ll'e C.P.R. in Cal.gary :.!'.oitly. The purveyed roDd nms through Ibe mo.'-t productive districts in Alberta en.! tbp fe.rmers are hc'iu.g forced to, hiiiil their grtiiii from twelve to thirty miles at an average coed, of i'erls I a bushel. In the werd.s of Mr. :Miin-' roo of (he Qucnstown Ioe;i!, "It cost j uip thirty cents to marliet a bushel of my v.'heat and wlien 1 got lo mir-i ket tiio delay cost me yi.20 per bushel; in price." i "We will leave no r,tii->fr unturned' t'l the f;iee of 'h'l'.":; - i-.'Mr.:! w. \^. 'i're.f^o. (lirecxir (,f tho linited Far-T-icr.'-. nf .Mlieria, who \v,' ; i-lectcd :ie, r-nc of liie criinvnittee of thi'ee of tlnv .^rrnv.'v.ond leeai. 'fhf oilier two !'! cr pi l;i;(f i>;. 'if tills 1 �rTl are P. M. Norton, and M. 11. Vv'ai-d. riiir'>;i-town elect'-d tie' fid'e-.iiig re ;;-;�-In f-e: Me ��es. l!,'!!. 'Iviu'oe. e,;i'l n iemhre;;. These een-'r.ji I ees arc iei;:t1y cigincriu!? tlie id.'.nf: of t!ie loe.-'in. L'ke cominitte'S eve reeve-'��eT'tl".!.': iiTi the dislr^c' ; iie'i Blerk.'c and Lomond to see V^x. Cole-; man. Committee': Formed Rcpre'en'iifives C. P, "Mijeii..']. Fa-vl> nnd nr. Sh-nley arc In iie en tlu! eT^-iniiM'e to hell) Hie fantiei's .re: ii-oir ri.-'htr.. A hon :e to htm e on'i-'"st: is being carried on to get, of-t'.-iiil fltcnres to pUov/ the nnr n:it ;.f �-.rain rni^-ed a!e"g the pvri:nyi'd liu. 'I'ld tlif^ en-t r\n,.;;,t|.|.. "10 C.P.n. "feeials. One tli',)li,t:ni.l Mill.irs is l.'-iu)^ rai;ed lo carry '��."oiir-h h'^ ' � ���'ler.-i' i't"r:i.iel .\i  rticlo w;'-.- vrefrire life's proldems shtnild be dealt with to a greater oxtor.t. In rendering his ji'dginent, Mr. nine said he always av.tirit.-; .-lixty points to tho atfiiinative and .;iid;;os the uega-i live according to the -.^e.y tliey tonr down tho al'finnative's ars'init nta and Iiow they Iniild i':p ti'.eir own. Idr. ni.ue it v.-as unCorti-nnto ti'ut iiio Euhjeit eiiosen for tliie^ '/cnu's do-i hr.tes should lio so academic. He lirc-w 1 tittention to the popular sub,'act3 nf i last year, Tho Ijoa.que of Nations, and I '.iovernment Ownorsliip of An onir.ider who attended the do-iiato ro;u:ivl;ed^ lo The Herald fiii.^ ! mornin!; that he did not con"! I .ieiory to .Mciieiub 11;.t. In deport-| niont. style, e.iil manner, tho local l)o;iS v,err> f::r iiii'Tcid. he E;aid. A dance was held after tho deliate. Pains 'T-�HOUSANDS oi! people suffer the agonizing-I pains ol rlieumatism, boUevinK them to be ' inevitable. Yet, the truth is that rheumatism is generally caused simply by tho failure of the kidneys to remove impurities from the system. Tho action of Gin Pills is,to help tho tidneys perform their natural function asain. With healthy kidneys, inipurities cannot remain in the blood. That is why Gin Pills arc recognized us so efficacious for rheumatism. If your life is made an intolerable burden through the pains of rheumatism, try Gin Pills without delay. Sixty cents a box-sold everywhere. You can obtain a free sample, by writing: National Di-ug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto, Ont. U. S. residents should address: Nu-Dru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y, U18 plcrrion, put a healthy glow on ffia cheek and sparkle in the eye. Be sura and get the genuine. Sauui Piii-Siaali Bose-SincIS Price ric Acid PoiscEmg! nr 1,. ii. .s.Mixn, Ji. d. Uric ;e,-id .-^innii \\\^ in r.-te.e^s in tiie .-^ysteiu ll,i> cnusi of rheuma-1i--m. wwA tlii.s nrie acid ]);>iscin is prcir^eni in tiie joint.",, mnseles, or nerves. By experiinenting and ;;:'.;i,!y-fis at the Iav:4lii!:-i' iloul Surgical Institute ill, Y., Dr. Firrce dlseo'.ered a coinbiiKi;ii a of native rcpuMiie.? that h's called An-uric-\v!;ie)) d.';, es O'.i^ nr;e. ;ieicl from ilio sys^ter.'.. .'.ml in iliia way iho p'lin, sx'.cl'inr. ;;:ui infiummatlon lieb-side. 11' yon iire ;i safrer-er froai i, ijuei .'irdie. pai;is licre or t!;rrc, yon erin olitain .^l^u�ic (iinti-nri'' nei'il ;i! er.v drn.r efore and .oet rel!"!' li-e-.i i ,,ins and ill'j broaaht !:b:'Ut l.v W: aeiu. .luEt si':'!! iiii-,! ""o dre,','; 'dere and for a n;M-: i iii" .Volileford. ' yi:',!ter.s ii\ I j :,i i-. Hunt';; jCle.n-. I � 11 i.e. h'lidJy lust, witl, iiiiter, r.lra. Harri.son It 1'= :ir,t !;:.ti.-, illilli: r (i'lV >,-l,)i :,"i �': ;, ! [ i; h i uk, le. i ''Ci^' v",'" ^ :i tH.u re(| Dr. ChT^i',-1 Oh'le-i.nt v,,il i ill' .,ii ;u (.ih'.. .Ui.l ,�;;!,.;.I for. lite. ni\[:ei" and vi-i ! a l;ex; all ,, n:.'..� ,�, Cm,, Mtiititil, IX . It m ii,. Mil'm ihla . .sl;iii:i> la p;;;- pu >li'.2;e. '�/��T'.-iUl ,(�, ! . 1 vice-presie. i fceref.'u'.v. I uror, Mi-s, I ' ors, .A;rn. '1'. I sr.n i;iid T'l � Mr.s. Tl. K:�; ev, ^I'nier, of Ce r'u;inp,a.\. it..-.' i'l luwn on 'ill. .sdaj'. �-Vi-- [ wi tile \\",n'H ii'e i iorty !. i-|;'. .e 'li. ,-.1 t'li;; i'."!i]io-! '.lit ;r ��� ri�; o;' C'e * :\ i ions cim  tri". ::, u-.d ut-f. !! by .\t ;i t(i;'e>ei- ' Pe.,-..I'd .Mrs. P!l;e 1: :d |v .t l:i .lie:;; the ho-";-! : i",-, v;h.iv!i wer.! to-ml eor ceee; tod by the In =t! .. .. r, �; crts V �'o f" >> �n : � ."' I'leetio'i o:' or 'j , l.lace v.iiicli rc^.:lt';.i ; '� I 'p-s, (Rev.) S. Pike: �'St ' , "ra. A. t;fili:!'....)n: Ji'. 1 , :\;rs, V,'. p p. croit-: �. S. C. )ycr\)-\UvA: t.e::--Ciiev,-: lei-rd of dn-'-et- �.:"'M-il, Mrs. A. :\P Iv.'i-- ; V.-. IP Sn'dp .I'd'!,11;-, I ^.iy ;.nd iNIrs. Ciiiert. i Pie i ;mI le' e hTv.e 'I I.-. "� rie c, : 1 e; i , e I ,1; �� �:�;(,:i. I'h.ei,' :' tie; d,:-,('M'iT P->' the FreiK ii ,' 1; . s ��ViPih'iio" Hair � :-.v >!:.ic'riilf in a fcv  P. � ir.- I'.ieiit, and P'e > :! � Piy and .!"!! !�, i � t 'I!... bi'imtiliiiiv ] h} . � :i ' � . ) ! ire '-Pun j" :l '.>. :t:rl I !!. l"!, ^ l)'.':;r. ,^ ; n; It .'-n �. :i ; ; wiil bo or-i n. n ' Mr Pe.. eViieri n, �-d ; :i u.:-.;,:! articii  . -r le' J' Ppi e^.iiist. cily. �M. .\i..uai-a ! ."Ci'iu-?. \. .1. Cow anil V. 11 :: .'iiiij.,-.s - i^""^-'' visilu:;! ;it ihc OdiilcUo.�, ijau- LSTF- BAKERS ;