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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fllA KKIDAY. DKCKMBEH 5, 1919 TLbe Deralb letbbriDjc, aitKfta DAILY AND WEEKLY I and Publlbhers THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD "MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Wt Strtrt' Scutb, LetKbridjo W. A. Buchanan "Prwldwt" and Director TerriiKe Bu-i'ness Manager foreign. coil in piofwneo lo our own. It Ihe present jlrike does lo bring out an which will lo soniclhiuK praclifM jn the way of a greater use ot Canadian coal by Canadians, It will uot havo I'ccu [an uumlKil evil. Fur (here is no Uerying Hie fact Ihal millions c-.' i dollars are sect EimiMlly to the ival Melds south ef the boundary lo cliase coal which mishl well be pur- chased from Canadian. fields. Al- coal .mining commission is en- deavoring to uvercoimi this. but there- should be joiucihiug in TELEPHONES Office OH ice 1252 of Dominion alons Ihe same Une. With the bounce of mde (Vrom Ojr triurcsoonasnl) MAGKATII. Dec. Dr.-Dtithie of iha Dominion Bureau of Animal' In- dustry lu lowir on Wednesday ynd addressed a number of s'.orS men at a meeting held In the between Cao.Ja ,ho VnlteJ very much against Car.Rdian HPJY at live per d.- couni es a jxsull, the t'reater develop- h'he purjwse of Ibis meeting was (he Swiia IMI as well attended us especl- Led Ur. DntMo spoke as Audit Bureau of J Subscripted Date's: Dally, delivered, uer weet .15 Daily., delivered, per year-..... 7.50 '_ mall, per year 5.QO r, by mall, per year......LaO by mall, per year to U.S. 3.00 Dates of expiry ol subscription ap- ptar aally on address label. Accepi- tmc9 at papers alter eiplratlon "date k ,oir autuyrily to continue .the sub- FREE SUPPLIES- rf ArlD FREE CLINICS We have heard a-great deal o[ free supplies and Irco clinics recently._ So far .as those arc urged the opinion may well be advanced that they arc necked. Thls-alone is not-sufficient: thfe whercwilbal to put the policies Into.praciSce'Js pay rfati cost of the same. H would-be an ei .-rellent plan on. the pert of those ;vh0 .call.the, lune to fell Ihe public who is going lo pay tbe plpsr.. GlUlerin? policies, in (he truth that uli lhat plit ters is not gold, nrc not. enougli: Lbere- should- be sonsa eunnclatiw H5 to. how liiesfe puliL-ies arc to be pd Info effect in our own clly "where these are advocated. In this the onus rests ch inc candiiintes who are making Ihese policies special planks their: platforms. .To the. questioa as to where ito j. t. come Jrom to, pay for Ihe enough for jri. those.to Thorn it is addressed to give i'pnfcfje acfi, eipccts prac- I" "aiaier. Judged Uare may be: c. gi rVcjr paliilable distf.bnt. ns Mrs, Glasse _ ot cookery has said, the first obtaining it is io-calcb. r ,yoor hare.'.H is up to the School Board candidates, who are In favor of yg-i-'i'- free supplies' and free cHolcs lo tell as where, lignratiTely, Ihe bare is lo .caught been-said that frss supplies fe.-' free clinics are in in iVV, cities, 'bnt this is not coimnc- enbugb, qs are no! necessarily :alike in all centres; Again has been said that Ihe money for the frfie clinics and' supplies can be obtained by in (he schools; yet .in Uie.sJiTnc breath thi of the salaries bCftench'cra i' .advocated. Do these candidates thinl thai the free .IbiHgs. they .advocate can viif by" raisin K ihe scHoo ..Tile? If: so II IsMhcir easiness to Again "arp" they donvlncec "TlJiat inla, position to fool Iho bill? 1C a national or a provincial polic; In the way ol free supplies and fee la meant it is another thing Bat that would hardly come iirjfler th parrlew ol a local'board concerne wilb. local inatterE. .We arc nbfargn Ing against Irce supplies and fre Jgl.-dinks, but what the public'.in Lsth Is more concerned al the pro time Is-as to bow Iheie _ are to be pul Into effect. It woiil be Interesting to hear from the cantl dates themEelvea the practical plan TS ID mind ai to evolving these policies. The opportunity be siTen in the Central School this erening, Tvhen they address the fiYal.nbtoMo-the-rublic in those proT. -inccs depending OD ilic U.S. product. This is ft of getilrg stockmen and. aU eoncerucd u> eradicate nifinse. AYhal Is nnriie? Xoi as people used to t......., t ,ibinV caujen by cattle suffering a inn co'al ty Canadians should become winter and snow pillus on meat of ihe mine (it'lils of A.bcru, 3. C. and Nova Scotia should become aKalr, ami lha use tlogau the merit .ol being ap-jbul i In a practical way. by a germ known ns the yjraaite. The mange usually its appt-araucc after a Ipllal last morning. Mr. Dra- was torn la Nova Scotia, but ia3 spent the greater part of his ISIe u tho country to the eoulh. The ptoulo lu these parts were well jallstted tbat King ruled yes- terday. With the gas not working satisfactorily It was felt more keenly by tho pcgple ot Bow Islsud. The niacbtuery has arrived lor pumping out the water from the BSE well and we- houo In a few days thai everylhlug will io iu f.no shape cgulu, 1C CaoijR 15 caught in nuoihcr CLJ! 'y.-inlcr on account of nnlraals jmiae for the same roasou as not in' cosidlUon 'iu thrd'.v n the prtaent case, ttien CansrliaiiB jcfl .r seem eat.rely free but not .have themselves to ,e. Can- by M ada sbouM commence rishl now tOj50 'return ngaiu in the winter ways anJ means ot lit craillciued. Complcto HE Alberli-sna Nova Scotin coal jtlon is ihe.only.pessiljle.cn.re.-.-JJaasa. 'known [rom the earliest period when it In the lilble ol manse cattle as sacrlClce. In tlie itnrasite was first noticed A mail named Parltp.ment is to be the 'Of Ontario's 1'arllflmenl. Wb'al's in a name, AM. RulUe Tvlll likely hire lo nislle to win in the, Calgary mayoralty right. A .qlergrman IE a mayoralty candi- date In iSedlclne Hat. "all hell for .'a basement" he has plenty ol op- portunity for useful" service. [Tue animal be affected Tor some- time before it can be noticed. The parasites very small and can lire under the skin for somellme before any out- ward appearances are noticeable. LJfe. history is in five stages, the life ol the parasite Is niuch Ihu same'ss the (ly. The egfcs nre deposited f under the skin and from live to ten days are hatched into the larva slase etc. One pair of parasites multiply in 15 days. On the heads' are .two.-cull- ing polnls which work along in "the skin draws. Wood, which goes IP ths jrscab; this Causes HtliiDE'whlcli causes aaimala to rub'and themselves .on soufh 'of the' uroviuce up north for More etrlugent measures nnre biwn tnkeu la cattle soius into Cal- -ynrds ejui.being United Stales for siockerf, etc, on ac- count of mange. Stockmen lost coil- slicrable oa account of nunge calile boinj held In quarouiiue. iu stockyards clc. faille. Iree from mange uiort weight. The Amertcia suites ol Iha United States liave lt-wiihln their jioner lo stop 'cattle 'affected golnt into their country, this lias bKU allowed lor Immediate slnughter purposes bul not for feeding and grazing. Proposed methods have been adopt- ed to cooperate, with stockmen and for districts, every animal V7111 come under special supervision, must not. miss-one case of mange. Wli compel dipping all aniniols In n'cnge nrcas.. will-be built 30 will npt be driven more than 12 or 15 miles. Suitable season must bo nrraoKed for not leave it unlil lalo (all loo ..cbid.T.Every. slockowner 'I31 dependenl fo'r clcajiU- nesa or slcjck uot only watch cat- tle but neighbors. Mr. W.-Ul. Mclntyre is of central commlllee for this district proposed to appoint local committee to wort'with' him for ibis district. Jrmes Jleldruru. C II. Jr., J. B. Illri9, J. Fowler were appointed. Some questions were asked bjr alock- men and answered by Dr. Uulbic. Callivan of Tiethbrllige and Dr.' Christy of Cardslon were also present. MANY EVENTS ON TAPIS FOR NOBLEFORD JProra Our Ow NODLKFOHD. DfC. 4. Ladles! Doa'i (orgit the regulnr buslntss raeetlnj; ol Iho Xobleford Women's nstilute on Thursday aftornoon at three, o'clock. There is lo be a public lecture on Friday evening al lu the Hotel parlor by Mrs. RoserE, Provincial Secretary of tho Institute. The parcel post sale la Ihe K. of P. aall under Iho auspices of the N'oble- ford Women's Institute is tho big event of tbe coming There is an' exccUeul program prepared and (ho ladles will serve refreshments. This will ensure a good altfndance: come early and avoid the rush, no- member the Dec. 12th There Is to bo a masquerade ball In tha K. of P. hall on FliJay, Dec. Eth Refreshments will bo served. Come _ Whal's in a There seems to :be. enough .lo about whei! Is'ffiomHonEil In On- ,rio. fence posts cct. Unilef Ihe scabs the parJjtlo'multlplles y'erj' rapidly. In the--wiritor" seasqii-'-ihe disease may spread qy.er the entire .body the bact The skin be- comes'free, of hair, tbo animal-loses strength- and 'at -length, beeotnes Kitchener Is dead but his name still i the'summer -tho H early, and lake lu both Ihe lecture Kogers In tho hotel parlor one ho masquerade ball. Everybody wil bo there. Intimation lo the congregation o ho N'obleford church Dy nuthorilj of Ihc Presbylery of a mcel ng will bo' held in Ndhletord churcl on the ninth day of December, 1919 it three o'clock In Ihe nfternoou [o he purpose of moderating In a cal ,6 a minister. J. T. Fereuson, District Supe.rinlenilenl With reference to this notice It I urged by the Session and Board o Managers that a full meeting of th ICKED UP IN ASSING WAM cession lo tUr. J. U Emlehart, who haV retired. Brigadier-Genital William D. King. A llttlo at Rldeeway, PJ., call- ed to her mother to see the ble doc on. Ihe bark porch. It was a blacV neir with (TO cubs. The Ihree sona of the Tbeo- Edmonton coal Holds me turning ul 5000 Ions dully- Hev. w. C. Marshall, retired Ic'.boaisl niinlsler, died tU Toronto. iloJe Itoosevclt are Incorporalord ol restaurant company whkh filed articles Albany, .N.Y. When a boy was run over by ar. auto at New York a woman In Iht crowd toro off hor uudersklrL and Tho Church ot Christ will locate. a fashioned a tourniquet, which she ilnlslcr al Keglna. bound Ushlly around his auklo. Bur geons who nmputttlctl the foot said Mayor Rollefson of Current :tho woman's action saved his lite, as re-elected, A Toronto The new brldjo over Iho How rlvel report says Sir Win. 'at Ilantf will he constructed wilh re learst rany bo appointed to tho Inform! concrete I'lcrs uud abut- senate. Cowlcy'a council for 1320 will lie C. Morrison, W. K. TusUau mill F. raenls faced with stone. Thoro arc four spans with o ot 35 fee: wide, and two sidewalks 9 feel wide Tuslian. The estimated cost ot tho Parlto uient buildings at Oltawn was 55.100, Patterson ft Sou arc building noo. -Already JC.OOD.OOD has beer. a fourstoroy cxIeuElou to fnc-. nud.lt will rohuirc. Ic ory'at liraulford. diem oild {npo.000 for fur nlshlUKS. 'tlic liicreaso In cost Is ei Mrs. J. Daniels. Woodslock, aged plained !u cost ol S7, was found dead lu asphyilaled by gas. Francis Masters dropped dead nl his home near Centreton while pre- paring lo go to Coburg. Cieo. Dernhardl, owner of the Ird- quois Hotel, Gait, announces Dial he will build a Ibrcc-storey addition. An electrically charged net, mount- ed on a "wagon, has beeLl invented .in Argentina for wholesale destruction' of jnsects. i A 4Vyear-oM Brooklyn man Is iboul to marry his mother-in-law. KJtchener labor men arc duscussiug members and adherents should b the advisability of building a Labor held on Dec. Slh, to thai the call "Icct ncslla IUB d'6 her home, material. "Uie former ac connlhig for" I'l.ilOU.OOO.'jma Ibe lallei for ot rllseaae-'tnay be shown itler Ihe A French-Canadian has arrived in animal has .been eirosed.'iP.arnsites oronto with about'thirty ounces etc. inAwai'm1dry irgin gold says a dispatch- The' 6 mention that he has found a field or sUrLlos a gold cure. ss of can liveVoa posts etc. in'wai'rn ,dry air for if days hejl'cd" flposins other .anloials. Mange cannot be Many Meetings Being Htld Woman's Inslilule; Black' Lectures (From Our 'Own BOW ISfjiND; Dec. giving supper 'KCrred by the .'-Ladles' Aid of the.United Church on.Thurs- day evening, -JCev.- 2-7tb was a decided success. The-.supper was served in the rest room there being three Inbles in use' and from 5.30 p.m. until all were .The Edmonton Bulletin thinks at east the board of commence might ell ns. whether this' Nora Scotia irown sugar, is really" nets like It. Since Ihe Ontario farmers are go- ng to cut out the firing sheep, etc: all bayeK'ditfefent kinfls: .Many, coy- otes nre'jillectcd vrlth; UJ.nge 'Ibis win.; ter bul iyfti servea'lhe ladies were kept very Imsy, rSri with uheft'nriked" effected' parla'-are-'scniped this black paper "and 'pla'ce'd In the sun, can see them move, about Ihe-size of a pin point. Ma'nge Is by direct or indirect with eggs or paraslle on posts etc. .The trealmenls-of tjj.ur give' the 'most when the Legislature assembles, cra might at least replace the Ith a blowing ol dinner remain from one lo three mmutea and V fi- [be scrubbed wiLh long handle brush Ths suite ol the ex-Kaiser, at jor .broom. Amerongin in Holland 3Ira one by-one as they are" tired of Iliige llfe-J It-most to hard, for'the haa no inatler or Tillage ezl-tepce.. which, will then be given to Capltiln H. Muhcasler shall represent Ihe unanimous wish ot all. Mrs. Bowen of Macleod and Mrs. Puffei ana little-son Era TliiLors at Mrs. Kllpatrlck's. The regular meeting of the-Noble- ford-Red Cross aoclely WM held at Ihe home of '.Mrs, Stewart on dny aflernooa at Ibree o'cloct Aid met at-the' home of Sirs. James Murray on Monday attercoon, and Important business was Iransaclecl. The next meeting Is lo be held at Mrs. McDowell's. The I ladles are planning net? work and need your support. Captain life W. H. Muncasler and Mr. Cranstoun. areiattend- ing the. convention ot Ino Forward Movement In Calgary this-week. JIIss M. A. Brown bf "the'Pablic school staf r spent- the week end at .her home' llBelc'Dd. The Public school children are-pre- irlct. A man nrrested at Now York was Lryin? lo tell a barrel ol "whiskey" Tor ?SGO. U contained ITTO quarla or the real stuH. The rest was water. During Ihe month ol November, bootleggers and similar olfeiidors un- der Ibe'Mohllnba temperance acl con- tributed to Ihc revcnuo ol Ihe province. An Amsterdam, N.Y., shoe firm .rertlsea lo allow pbrchascra Jl Tor [ihelr old shoes, regardless ot contll tlon. Only co-iiiloc 's llial the; shoei'must oe worn '.o the store. A strong desire is being manifest- ed In Cohalt lo'liare. as the new com- rijlBSloner or the T. and N. O. in sue- prrinB Aa '.Chrlalmas bo held IK Ihe school 18, Recbirds For All Machines No m tiller wbnt you liavc, FO lane as you use a steel .or fibre needle, the Victor itecunis will jilay vcrtcclly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE' II you'havcn'l a machine, buy ,a Iltsch from UB. Risy If 'desired..'1 Block o? thf in effected area rpustV dipping as Ihe'. eggY ids'pnfK All -animals There are crimes enough In Canada withoul adding lo Ihem by making the tree of lobacco unlawful, as Ihe female Uon.. Quliolcs of Toronto .are .en- deavoring lo do In Iheir campaign of tilling against windmills. We should-like to see In'at cham- pionship contest between candidates and Cameron In setting up a gang plow after IL has been taken' to pieces. If 11. Is staged at Ihe Jlaje'sllc, ide'theatre should be crowded. A' violinist was employed' under medical advice io endeavor lo vraXe a woman who had been in a sleeping electors for Ihe last lime, and i' [onfljtion for sir weeks. The Tioljnlst be. well that the same should evidently proving -_ Save 5s resist- ng than the eggs are destroyed ihe'animal Is.Ir'ec. No use one man dipping animals this week and his neighbor ,_Jn ...two weeks, this has been Jh'e ".greatest (rouble. All .stockmen must? cooper-- ale and dip at same time.' Slangc was first discovered in the of the country iaboul near 'Jfncleod. Cattle brought from Montana al that time nbout thirty per cent- o( which were affected with Ihe disease. Not until this winter .of 1919 ;was known hear Edruonlon but now has been traced to callleChipped.from Ihe ,bv-iueA Lo Ihe inforoiatlon in A Tar that will appeal to the public. We commend this Id Ihg allenlloii of the respective candidates. .SHOULD INVESTIGATE 'CANADA'S COAL SUPPLY Canadians are learning today as a rtsjill of Kid experience iust what coal resources Canada and Just what nso has been made ot Ihese '...resources inT the past. Ontario Cs suffering n cool famine of large pro and Fuel Controller Magrsth .'.'Is in Wnshlnglon begging government lUthorllles there lo rcleaEc IdO In order to keep utilities In Ihe working. Quebec Is-In some the 'same Wl. -AH .on account of .-lie "ilrike o] v'blliilnqiis hilncfs' .in-.'Iha United Irpni Khlchi.Cansda Jraws a ol her coal snpply. The serred to Impress on Cana dlMfl .on anolhei deal of the co? anniuilr. Iho strlk'o iery-o lo Canadians to .-the f'lct that eoormouij coal resources their own tour.lry are I- because custom aiid con bal Ihc liiU3ic of the violin harmsj lo soothe. Municipal campaigns are beneficial n one rcspecl, in lhat information >ccorne3 common properly. -We have ieen told why tlie.crosslnt; .on Third Avenue cannot be permanently. Im- proved. TJut why was ncl quts- ion ol public Interest answered long Thi wires us Ihe news last week lhat Mrs. Tom Thumb was dead Immediately came lo 113 visions of Ihe old Rarnutn circus, .with its Jumbo Ihc largest elephant In caplllvlly, ani and Mrs! Tom Thurcb, Ihe small cst people In show life! Those .were the daya. In Ibe campaign against In which Ihe activities of Iho W. C. T. U of Toronto arc directed, It Is'ppcn (i .question whether these womeri.ari actuated by the mother al who are in Ihc halill ol "Injulging li fbe weed." liy scr-klng lo protect them from themselves In yielding to Tiabil. or from Ihe Inlecnperale lerd Ranges Close (a Boollegging Said To Nom- inn'jiona not made al Monday mecll ns to notices not h'avlng been IFrim Oirr n-rri GnASSY LAKE, Dec. 'ons here for village councillors ,c Monday meeting. poalc The Boy .Scouls (roop has olarle with entnusiasm. Mr. IIiiEh Scott scoutmaster and Jlr.'T.. WcbDCf assis ant. arc'lielnfj rnadc for a Chrislnias Ires ifi connection with the Huntlay school, and much help la be- ing given. The cold westihrr Ijan brought a large herd of antelope clnso lo Ibe village. It In good to ace that we have fltill a Innch -of the hcanly of wild nnlmal life In Canada and II would lie a good thing If Ihia herd wore fenced In 'and preserved. hag been ramparl here lately and Tory open, and It 13 time something was done lu slop. It.Is going much too far when young lads are seen In ft drunhpn condition. The matter has been discussed by r.ot a few citizens who wish lo sec a cleaij village. One rr.51U.-r that requires.In- quiry Is inc. Met.Plat ol Ihc ipaallc in their. Kppre-l eld.things to eayprd- On Friday night the people of'this district had the privilege of lislenlng to bf.' Ulscfof -Lie'thb'rldge in an'ad- dress on Canadian .The-.one -regre.tas that more did not avail themselves of the opporlimily to BlacX.' ThV.atlendamB. large, ossibly "owift' ed Entflcienlly or from the cold, ealher. However those present a-" very greatly- On tie TJ.T.A. and .FAtfX the rest rioomifor efr itonibloeij social meellng..' A1 roerarn of playletsV, etc., whleli.'.liad eeh'arranged'for "was not everal ot those who ilaka were-not there. The memberi. served a :deliclo'ljs uncheon to all present. Th'e'anniial mecllrif of the Wppa4n's islitute was held-'In. .tha 'rest 'nqn hfa afternoon, Dec. 3. .v After the reading ot ast annual meeting and ngs, Mrs. I.' D. Jamos..was appointee hairman' for the' meetins whiloL'Mrs C. Ludlke acted as secretary 'pfis.lem The officers for Iho Mrs. F. W. Taylor; 1st vlM- iresident, Mrs. 1. D. James; jresiJuit, Mrs. H. Murray; scjfelary- rc-asiircr, Mr's. E. C. Ln'Jike; aunilorj. Irs. T. nlaine and .Mrs. Holfe. Three directors" were named, Mrs." Twecdle, Sirs. A. D. Whitney, Mrs. G. Thomas'.' The next meeting will be held on Dec. 20lb.7 Saturday afternoon, .a special program will be given. Lunch be served and membera of Iho Institute will have the privilege laving ihelr-husbands attend and en- loy the afternoon.. ;'The Girt, Guides will hold, a panlrr rest "'room afternoon', Tho 'Tujilit School staff find paplls are arranging' for a Christmas concert of dialogues, recitations, to be glr'cn In the l.d.O.F. hall on Frl Better Rubbers for Children day evening, Use. The Uhies' Aid nl (he. United lfjuor--ls have dlct-Cid lhat WB use- to their particular llho Idca'lhal tliciworsl bobtri'gisct is desire- to make all mankind conform llp ,hnn our oyern: a( tii mcnt etampert, giving tellers. Church arc lo meet with -Mrs, :A, Whltnty tomorrow. 'Mr. and Mrs. K. Still entertained at Thanksgiving'dinner on Satttrda> The guests were Hcv. V. M md .Vlrs. (JUhcrt and children, Mrs sr. ami Mr. lloucher. Mr. and Mrs. Caughey ot Letbbrldg spent part ot wlln Inenu In'towu. Jlr. I'nul Audcl, was business visitor In lown the latte part of last ivcek. Mr. Seymour Mulr, (Jalgary, Inape lor of Insurance agencies was n Bo Islantl visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. rcicr Marah, o Wlnnifrort, were visitors hero loda Ihe' 3rd. Jlr. 3. V. Hurat, wbo was callc (o Ilic bedside ol his mblhcr aboil llirco weeks ngo rctiimcd today an 'reports that his mother Is greatly Im proved though not well yet. tMr.; Drapcau, who rctilcrV Ihc Col rooming Imusc: last spring nnd 'Wh alflo opcnt-'d up a liarber flhop In Ih diet] in Medicine Hat fcoa- Spring .you were told'that in Dominion Rubber System BEST RUBBERS THAT CAN BE- MADg." -'They .were are to-day. "Dominion" "Maple Loaf" Cartier" "Daisy" are..'. sjV brands of DOftiilON RUBBER SYSTEM fRODUCTS i worthy of your confiderice. When you buy Rubbers for the these brands; they have proVed their dependable quality. Your dealer will have one or. more of these reliable styles, shapes and sizes to fit the shoes of every child in Canada. Dominion Rubbsi- Sji'teih iiubbcrs are soSd by the best dealers in your toun. ;