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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOIfil THE urnromnnE MONDAY, DECKMnER 8, 1010 She Ictbbribge Deralb Hlbcrta [rather Joes il tend 10 cosi'.-Mi iuiuro lhal ii holds in DAILY AND WEEKLY f Proprietors and Publishers THE LETH6FUDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 226 Street South, Lelhbribflo A. Buchanaq President aod Djoctor ohn Tcrrance Business Manage oces. ctartorj? LruU wo 10 prvuoiJs i us thai Tve aiv and can sttorJ. to simile ia the i l sum- Js dry j eVihcn ihls y at icy thrusts of chilly llorcas. even ihiVJsb o'Jr gas bills aro ing unto ihf.Uielves unJ'.ih oiihcJ i.f- With ;i go.vl r.r.J com limo we ciii shivi-r and be happy, WINTER IS GOING HARD WITH STOCK I I From O'jr Oirn Oprrftsrcr.Jeni) ST. Dee. snow fall oC the list few days has been "very in this district and Ibe morn- 1ns of let found the weather rather cold as it was 25 below lero rtllll llrt fN I i MI rather cold as it was 2o below lero "Mil DA M Wll DAV iat The cold wpMhfr Is go- Nil 1 fill rfll hard oaihe stock where the farm- llU llRllli MU I n I :er has BU feed 10 feed them end most. TELEPHONES IBiulnew Ofrica Editorial Office 1252 122-t 'Member Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rales: iMirered, per .Daily, dcllriircd, per year 7.5C ;Daily. by mail, per yoar .......5.00 TVeeJilv, bj- mall, per year...... 1.50 l.WeeMy. by mail, per year to U.S. 2.0'J Datcc ol eipirr of subscription ap- daily on address label. Accept-' or pipers alter expiration date Is our aulLoriiy lo continue Lhe sub- scription. A RESPONSIBILITY JON THE DOMINION Tho eyes d have been Cor j a long time mtne j towards the New j World or which is a. poriEori, 1 iu that i pan of the imputation has j looked 10 ii us fjivorablo ground for new opportunities and tor a bolter-j tueni of conditions from what it has i bwn accusioir.eJ to. The eyes of ihe j Old World are siiii directed toward 1 Canada, but tl'.ero Is a new meaning j ID ibe a? it Applies to the starv- lug populations of ihe areas uf Europa Interested in California .Man's Proposition Com- munity Club Has Organized hich hare I n-ar. In this by tbtf lie is FVi-. very Urge al- :uiJ etuhusUstic 'meeting of ugliness won of Vult-in was beld last night at the of- oi Flood. Whichcr anil Elves. V.'HMI n was deculeJ to form an or- euiiiaiinn lo In? termed "Tho Vulcan i'uimmmiiy Club." Mr. AI. L, Gordon, runn.ig.-r of Canadian Bank cf was elected president, Mr. vico-president, Mr. (1. creiary-ireasurer, with jof them tavo no shelter and if this keeps up there will to no The dance at the Verberg school proved a grand success iu everyway. The supper was (urntsned by the adtes ol Ihe district which proved, to >e Tory and the music was !ur Dished by Ramsay and .Nelson ct at. Kllda. Everybody reported a iQd lime, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M "Tag gar t the proud parents of a baby Mr. and Mrs. DlcXloson denar liist week Cor the winter. jhe war, so far Allies' ihc SPEAKING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT "Toa doo't talk '.oo much if you liings done. is VIK iuiog and legislating in znother." .So rayi Lfidv Aslor. She is absolute- rfEht Tho member who enters .inost debates in a lesjslaiive, badly >ijd qulcfclj loses grounJ. It ia tha HI ember, who speaks when lie something to talk About, and -not otherwise, who makes the most in Parliament. Latlj- Aster, lias been student oi public affairs enough, La Eiie up lie value ol As ?lie ?ava it is Aery necessary and rery useful on ihd hui in I'arliamsni, ihe IPSS .paid the bailer, a Tery good rule. in it. was toueht for the j o cause of The Mule Is's (or etc. The nbjecl the club will be for the purpose OL ihe businessmen lcgerrier pnco over but there is still sumeihins which ja V10.111 is owed to humanity to endeavor iijsjva suggestions- "ftious to recover from IULI sufferings which and anything thai wouM be (or the enemies of humanity bftve impos-jihp town's [merest generally. U is 'also MissMted tha: ihe club arrange to i-ecu re speakers on different ?ub (From Our Own I'OALDALK. Dec. need ot druc store nud doctor at this point well illustrated last week. Moro than oue o( our local business places carry a line o( drugs. A lady enter- ed ODO of these t tores nnd said you got any said lhe clerk brlakly stepping behind the counter. "What kind would you like i oiiea or euftULOlk'd ones." Meyer has brought his wife and amlly from Wyoming unJ has ren houae recently occupied by Mr. Weldon, until bis house Is [bitshed oul buiwim, jecls or iheicmce and 10 ho'd bauquel nlioul ed on il in lhe war they ens Tho war stricken countries of. which espoused the cause or iheioiice a, mouih. Judging troth the ai- AJlies loot for help and succor, and'tendance nl ihe initial meeting, aud their eyes are turned towards ADI- erica and Canida. The tisk before ihe Dominion 1 both philanthropic and AVc are placed in ihe ]iu, ms others and helping ourselvei. In fnthusiasm dlsplByed lhc club be a decided ironi the The Municipal Election commercial, j A civic nieelins for iho nomination h ui n_! of maTor and town councillors was beM on .Monday night ihc 1st instant, t the oilier- of the sec.relaryitreasurer. Uie present condiilona in Europe, jyr. j. Flood. .Mr. K. llulchart Ihere Is a vast field open to Canada [was elected mayor for cnother year Rural Schools Join in Organiza- School Debate Situation THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION ...Tha leader of a party, unless he Is ji member of the Government and there P'ith benefit to herself and to these suffering countries. There is the task of shipping our produce in making the most of our resources, agricultural and otherwise. This calls for greater production and union and co-operation among all sections" of tha people. Eifirrences should be got over with ihe prospect.'of making was nominated and clamation, in -Mr. G. by ac- E. Buck Apparently the work, and services The old mayor End council were so saliEfaclory that there, were no new nominations. There is no douhi but that their work has bpen as (here have been many improvonienis made in the way of more adequate fire protection, "better JEanllary conditions, and a general (From Our Own Correirwrdtat) CARD3TOX, Dtfc. live orfianiiiilon of (he members of the teaching profession recently form- ed for Carrtston and vicinity. Invitations were sent oul (o tliose Hanged in the rural schools to here on SaLurdiy last whun the organ- ization was completed vllh the assist- ance of Mr. King, cf Bhnonloii. This branch of the Teachers' Alli- ance elected Mr. Golden L. Woolf BZ prestdeol, Miss Nan Sykcs as vice proaidoni, Miss Annie Steed us secrtk tary-treasurer, and John Blackmore B.A., as corresponding secretary. Vcrj. live committees were lormod also Walter of Cardston: n. Oshornc Leavilt. and B. Ora Williams Taylorville. Entertainment will be la ihRrge Mr. Archie Robblns, with Blisses Alma Coombs. Ruby Fairish Jcdinc McCuiic and Luella Drown a-. very able co-workers. The aim organization is the general uplift of Lhc teachers by funhcrhig lhe Idea of the con the'.-race Cor commercial advantages, nor discount bur Vdccejpses In the technically a public s err ant, ,are before us shG.ia Be paid by those follow j ,0 be his leadership is the coDlen'.ion of the Toronto Globe. H .is tha only logical method. It and'it will be the only possible when more than one Opposition ' a legislative chamter; 1 The.-Ijeader- cl the Oppnsiticn at _OtLaVa, Mr. D. has .draVii 'thts -yekr.- Rnbllc qt "which Sis officiai salary'for, (wd ses- sion's, iDii the remaJnder.tbc regular il' lie received tho raoel of. the opportuniiies-TfhlcIi' careruf auentior. slven to tbe town's ,n iDteresis and needs. The Rev. A_ E.- rlBys, formerly of Tongue Creek has accepted the call lo ihe Vulcan .Vreshylerlan Church. p.nd an induction, service .and social same by our OTTU a.cU, The star evening will be held in Hie church on future prosperity al.the present time 'Tuesday evening the 9th. Mr. Bhloes over the la the maav lo ,VCT-V Jlarsely siened "call" and ive believe porlnnitiea -or. the commercial wiu be the right man in the sldn rtbal lie us" place. ready to foliuw The Vulcan Co-operath'c company -j i received their-, circujaliog lib- Iho The school transportation PA AICKED UP IN SSING roll TUB J. O. Donngb, Toronto lumberman ami prominent Odd To How, Is dead, W. W. RulherYoid. on the slaH of jthal Rro belog worked out for 'llshlap ID IhM qulcXly hs sible, a pormaiivnt itachcr iralulns Inslltullon, (jcorge 5. Glbbont, of London. On'., [son or the lito Sir (icorge Oiliboiss. Imd Ron-ln Inn- of Sir tidiuuul O-'Icr, Ilcft an estalo raluhi in Wlu-n tils lalher died n littte over fi VO.T tie loll, nn cstalu of aiiproimviLOy Miss X11U-J ;ind Oliver, aurd the Aylmer, Out., High school for C3 1S !s now" ,n hospital, in years has retired. Firo IconJltlou a fmclurrJ skull and spinal Injuries ilmi occurrcJ in H Inst wrok the ab- crcsslug accIJcut at Windsor, Out. on bntoir of P, Burns I'oiniiany, near l.lio M.C.R. IrachF, Cranbrook. The Loss will ue A G.W-V.A, dmc in has nell- in cash l imll in that city. for tlnuous comract, which means tha it a teacher is dolne good work hi or her conlrnct gnould continue yea aficr year and-chus avoid the freqneni changes that are always moro or less of 2. reiarding factor in cuuiitry schools as well as the urban centres. At the neit meeting to be held Dec. 23rd ihe constitution and bylaws will he voted upon and all teachers should be present. Copies will -be sent out 10 all teachers in this part ol Ihe In- ?psclorate. Bo. sure. to and do your shopping al Ihe same time as been a source of feet freezing and earl burning ibis; last nvo weeks, lowcver matters ure uow much 1m- would suggest that oma steps should he taken to heal he Teas this cold weather. This is a matter demands ihe coopera- lon of nil concerned. Unless asslsl- i Is given on all aides It cannot be lone. Mr. Calorcn Is citcudlo? his prcni- es to accommodate his growlug lutcner business. The visit ol Mr. H. P. Drown ot the k'ljual Instruction Division of the Ex- ienston Depirlraent ol tbe University of Alberta was much appreciated. He demonstrated the uew Victor moving audience. No be tier rcsulle could possibly be demanded. U Is esuect- ;d that 90me arrangement! can be made whereby such n iitnchlne con he placed In lhe school auditorium FO lhal the commutiily can own Its own moving picture The church service lasl Sunday eve- ning was e. great success under the local W. 31. S. In spite of cold wea- ther nearly SO people were oul. The various ladies acquitted themselves with greal credit in ihc parts they played The slides also were very good and timely. A new ciyerimcnt was tried, whereby the slides were shown from behind the screen, and was very successful. ,JJy Ihia device It would be easy to show a combinn- Uon of. movies and lantern slides with- out commotion. Mrs, A. Halay Is making good pro- tOTtrd recovery after en opera- tion In the Van Haarlem hospital. ilart la now doing real well In .he Gall Hospital. The fracture of his leg waj very serious E3 a sultutpr- bone bad to be eiiracled by an operation, Rev. F. T. Cook, of Champion was A Tisttor lo the parsonage this week "At the church board meeting last week it was decided to" attempt week ot special scrvicea tho first wcet Kingston Veterans aoininled 11. C. Mckle, for mayor Knit Col. McPhall, j for utilities cotiuulsslcuor. The Welsh miners hnvo tnken K ballot and have decided to strike to resist payment ol income tax on in- comes below '_'JO pounds sterling. Thomas Robluson, formerly u mem-1 bcr oC lhe city hall slAff, betn appoint ed sucrelary-treas-' urcr lor ILc rural uiuutcipallty of Riley W. Younp. division freight and passenger aj-out o( Ihe 1'ere Mar-; quetic railway, formerly agent at L own and agent at St. I Thomas, rticr.1 at London, Ont. A Retina jury awarded dam-' ages ngruust the C.N.I1, to lhe widow and Sl-.OOO to tho Infant, of A. C, Giddlngs u fireman, who was killed while crossing lhc tracks in lhc Snaku- 0011 yards. At the time Mr. Gld- lings was carrying a pleco of Ice and was crossing between cars on the coal ruck when n, coal car ciiuie down the ncline, hit a number oC empties, and Iddings -was crushed to dealli. Tlic establishnienl of a provincial normal school in Edmonton is fore- I by lhc department ol educa- tion, lion. Geo. P. Smith, minister ot education, makmf: reference to plans High Schoq] Carrlatbn had Prime Tho Cpneerve tn'cl is iiol "an easy pre-'home ot Mrs. Hie 10th ,'iriU get IIT.OM for an- c'cpt' lo follow with the present Viii'-Wufuss lhc ..u meetinft, and an election 01 oniccrs anal salBry of and'hfs iadem- spell. .But it is .an injunction which WJu ,2Jg place Iw'ff series and today sent their winners be organized at the Q-] meet (he Lethbridge High school JV" Ely" ot-' for each Were the Glohs'a Idea accepted, Mr.' would not. likely have re-. Vceired more than his sessional i.idem- a prirale .mamtcr. We' can', 'hardly, imagine that 'Ihe'-'aiembEra' of; 'the Opposition would have- "chipped him a furtber .indemnity. Jor his Bftirieei ii Icz calls for- respect. .The price .ol Toronto ia lo be increased to 17 cents a quart. The milkmen, thers are taking lip Irom ho hillk proflaceri in THE UNUSUAL WINTER Rnde Boreas has made an early ap- 'peiTBnca this winter and a cold ware lias Leea spread over lhe Unl at a time of the year which, though in' keaping with the nama o[ the season. Is "hot ThBt we In this part of the country are generally accustomed to. fche fctrly winter in this tespect is regarded as oobsual. told spell at the present time, minim.1 nature, may well be re- garded'as a weather phenomenon, in .iitl 11'not only particularly affecli HblB port ot Cicada but is general and Its early visit la noted 'in tbft coantrlcE of Europe. Tarllcu- thb obierred In Great Britain, ID the southern portion of the Ice And anow -it this period of Ihfi year are uncommon. Such how- Is the case there, aod if (here fs'acy comfort In It we may seek it in fact that Southern Alhorla Is fhe 'only place which is treated ;to B premature loucli of ihi- shjvera. The present universal cold wealhcr, 'as It prevails In north (omnerale zones, la put GOTH to the habit- of cold and ?rel weather lo run in cycJes Of thlriy years, some len ol which are reckoned to be wetter and colder than the and ten drier and warmer. It presumed we arc present time In lhc varlicolirly and the advent of lhe wenlher 33 have It Is the precursor. An fmmedialo cause of tho arpearance of lhc early wintrr js said to be the atmospheric condi liona prpvalling In Iceland, where there fs the perelAtetiCc of a 'region Ct hlgb pressure tending to drive Ihe The injury to Ihe eye ol Johnson, in 4he sympathy IhiL his been aroused in. hia faror, appears ID !iave given a Ijlack eye lo the move- ment ogeinat htm. also debate here ttfls eVtntng.ijpon iho that the" league of nations The feeding of Europe becomes a question which should greatly interest, the Canadian West, in the great niar- facilities which at the present Lime (he situation affords. Mr, Hen Munson has relumed from U'lnuipeg ho attended the meet-' ing of the Unii-icl Grain Growers.' The I.O.O.R are giving- av "celico hall" in "their ball on the 6th. This dance will' he ia revival ijf "'some tbc eastern? that-have-not "be'cn apparent on account of Iho craze that has prevaiJed dancipg cir- cles for the past- two OT three years. JohQ Hall fScotty) laft on Saturday Dlght for Aberdeen, says he-has gone for good, bul the listtlng is thai he will "be oack Insldo six monihs. He was one of our lore- most rocters ai. uall gamC57 and. will he missed very much if he decides to slay in. Bonnie Scolland. The Bolshevists are lo form but fire per cent, of .the population of Ttussia. It it is a question of BU covenant should command the sup- port of the British people as a pracli cal means ol preventing and pro- moting "peace among nations In the- Ethel Hrown and Sarah Har will al I.eth orldge this nnd Mies Vivian Records For All Machines No mailer vbal you have, EO long ES you use a steel or fibre needle, tho will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE ]f you haven't K machine, buy n Mason ft HiECh frorii cs. liisy pnyuitnls If desired. LIMITED Black Horni al tho Vklrnli" nnd fend Cnrd.non' LOTT will de- -of Ihe question against the Lelhhridge vistlois. The department-pi educaUon fos- terlriE ol flebales by aend- :out Judges and ericouraglnf; all h schools lo pBTtlcipale. Mr. D. K, aaslstint director of Ihu ei- tenslon deparlniont ot-the University of-Alberta, V.-lll Ss'-st this Mr. and -Mrs. G. Ouck, D. Beaton 'Our afiaistonf principal, Mr. Golden U'oolf, accompanied "the t'ardslon de- patera to Feed .Situation dangers ol minority rule, il U cor- lalnly exemplified in Russia. Tbe Chicago Tribune his decided that what makes po'sihle ihe pro- fiteer is the number of sailors with cash in their hand. Is the Tribune "all at In coming to this dec! sion? and daughter, D, H. and A. C. Gal- brailh attended thp Shnners' conven- lion held at Calgary this week.- They report lively doings and an enjoyable The hay and fTued aituztion Is still "acute and though many ranchers arc elripplng mil theli1 callle and hordes he feed IB not arriving fast enough to J3op those that; remain In condition lany cattle Rre getting' Jusl half nough' straiv .-o that tbey will Eoon ie If the supply la not Increased. Feed anrl fuel certainly need lhe ighl of vrny HIGEB days and hi ossea are facing the ranchers many casc.> unices ol the New Year. Tho object ii to deepen tne spiritual Hie ot the con- gregation, in order lo make more real to Inem tht Issues of the inter-church campaign, H. A Sujgitt ia confined to hU home owing to a chill. He has lust returned from a trip to Wyoming and says that we don't hare all the cold weather at Coaldale. Mr. Devld King o[ the Square. Deal Harness Shop reports a good season's business. He has sold 47 sets ol new harness Uils season. The Eastern Star held a well patron- ized dance last Friday evening, Whet docs "Tuxls" stnnd for? Well 1C boya "on the inside'1 know all Dout it. It Is Just a Question whether Pathfinders" or Iho are bo more. enthusiastic at present. Get ready for the Lyceum Circuit t Coaldale. Miss JlcCullaish the ad- _nce ngenl for tlio-EHlson Whlto Co, presented Ibe visited oalaale on Wednesday and succeed- d In booking three entertainments, Tbc first Is on Friday the 12th of DC tiflher, a "Travelogue" by Mr. ani Irs. Wells on tbe Malay Peninsula .'hen next March two more follow, viz quartette of girls, and a popular lumoroa? lecture. Buy your season ckct lor and boost, time. "No Rain, No Pay'.' There-ia now a movement on to look into .the proposition offered lhe "Rain- maker" of Angeles. As his terms are no rain, no pay, SI locr.s as. If It would be a good chance to try him ouL. Mr. and Mrs. M. 1'. fJordon, were bost und liosteas A charming rard and dance party given at their home on Apollo s-trcet, last Frirtay ntght. present Mr.' and Mrs. Stanley Gordon. Mr. ami'Mrs. Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson, -llr.-arid' Mra. Whichcr, Jlr. and Mrs. Roy, Walker, Wilh had? Astor elected to (he I3ri- Mr. ant] Mrs. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. pen- tlsli PnrliD'monl and an Invitation toJ high, -Mr and Jh-a. HHCB, MEM Lady BeavcrKrook lo aland for the of AshJon-under-Lyme, hey are evidently strong on "lady" members for Parliament over there. In Paris (hero has been Introduced national garnionl for men which sails at Wilh prices for clothes as Ihey1 are. lhe men should now fol- Ihe women In their amiblion lo be dressed in Iho latest Paris lalhlon. inds from Iho north In our djrcc liort, atormy Treathcr In Iceland will dissipate Ilila, with resultant milder ireather here and elsewhere, In tho Irath as advanced by the Meteorologists, that we arc j'n Iho of cold nnd wet .wealher, tfiti early winter can, In Roulhern Xlbprta al least, not-be ai "winter of our discontent' Mm. SooLl 1r McMillan. Mr, Mr. Ilrown, Ir. Wolfi, Mr. (.SVImlp'-'-i. According le-Alex ROSJ.. M.I, A., the old craft union system Is the hasls of atl industrial activities In Great Mritain. There is nolhing In Iho nature the O.U.C. moveraent there. Lsbor in ihe Old Counlry has lhc re- conmitfidaljon "of sanity .as compared to certain olcnicnts In Canada. The first Inlerniuic-nal -Ixihor Con- ference, which" hna concluded Us rfe liberatlors at Washington, D.C., cin phaslzes iht value of Ihe league ol of v.likh it was the corniirtry In Ilic- MnsMtriitiuti (it th': prnb lem in ils iclalion lo lhe worl'I Iti good of Ilic Tiiany I: wbnT 'hf: f.eaguo .Ir. Colwcll, Jirker. Mr. Dr. Mr. n, K. Hullen and, tvrn have left for wliera hey will spenrt the winter-months Mr, anrl Mrs. Hoy Wells hav'c taker the Ilutten hcjarcllng house ant] n-lll conduct the husinesV In lhc 'uturc Mr. ami Mrs. -Tno, A. tiarrlcr.or 'amliy lort fnr Orrgon on the o N'ov., where they will reside In tin uture. 1 Approve Waterworks Tho pillion for-a fralerworkft sya lem for wan placed before ihi Ullllticn ComrnlAslon al Kd monltm last week, by Mayor llufahart Councillor llur.k nnd Kccretory Klocd. The Commission thought well of lhc Etheme anil heart: ly approved of the plan -wll give the town an up-to-date fire pro tccllon system. pebde'tl OH JOYI OH BOY1 HE WEDS HIS MOTHER-IN-LAV wTilliur II. Uroer. ug manufaclurer of Hrcoklyn, IK Lh irsl person, ?.o far as Is known. I lave solved lhc problem of what I lo with molher-ln'law. Ills answe 6 Ihc ajtc-s-old question marry he And su he is going lo take as hi bride Kalic' SchorlinK, (Illy- .wo years 014, -The brldc-groom-to-li falls down on IhinBS ot cind. The U.F.A. met for election or old cera on Thursday afteinoon nt 2 .pm Prcaiuent P.'Unldwin, SccreUry Max Donaldson. Further Lhan thl we have no definlle Inforrnfllion, bu will announce laler. The S, 3, S. club are holding.a dano tonight, Wliat docs 3, >S. S. mca anyhow? The girls look myslerlou about It hat say lillle. The Lcen agfc young people arn plan nlug lo present a play tn the early now year entitled Why is i lhal young people keep thinking aboul i.Mr. F. Knapp and J, McIX Davidson1, QttpnOlns the International Slock sboTf at Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A. Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck', Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose nnd Throat.' It should'be applied to the nostrils BO that you will be continually inhaling the vapors while in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other 'public places during an epidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve before the genns can reach the throat. FOR THE SICK Place One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in the sick room. The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the healed :salve makes breathing 'easy for the patient. It induces sleep and is a great comfort lo anyone' suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumonia. The Healing Effect.of reliovea the patient and is very comforting. Price 33c per box. If your Druggist hasn't any, send 35o in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Company, 193 Spadina Toronto, and a fullisize box will be mailed to you promptly. fon rly-four.' ocr's wlia fliscl n'l ha? mm is the inulher of in HDplcm home SOLDIER DISLOCATES HECK WHILE LYING IN HIS BUNK LONG IlBAfMl, -1'tc. Truman l.loclsay. 2K years nlcl! rlhlocnte'l his r.cck y'cJlordiiy wlillo sprawled mil In wilh her sinrc. He no children. Ihls hunk al Camp Vail Signal] The marriage licence oMiln-1 Corps, City from City Clerk "Want an orange. Truman nls ed in f-'rank A. Holail. 'I sec nothing unusual In tbo "huddle." Jolir. b. Hill. aflked Lindsay fuel that am lo marry Mra. Schorl- declared Hrocr. "I have known her for sixteen years. 1 ivas not tu-enly-frlglH when I met her. I am. not a child, and know what I am dolnp." Here is a man who is It marry his maNicr-in-taw. who pronounces nil whecm ns false, misleading and untrue, as well as without founda- tion and "nolhlne lint jokes." DEPOflT MURDERER'S WIFE HAMILTON. Olll., Dec. B.- -Mrs. Ko- valskl, wife tit the condemned niur- whf) killed two nf his guards In the Jail lic-rc-. whose deportation hz; VILLAGE COUNCIL f.Splcfol ft> TJio IfrraM) Dec. of the oMJbefin ordered l.y -Mflglslrato Jolfi council vffirft rfinrimlnairfl Messrs, fleorjic llfewlu and Uc-rf Knl- Ion, J Campbell wan tin minuted in plncn fjf U. This flllH tho cnun- fll and no Jiowlll wj olottlon.H tffc .Mr. your. this r.lly, will hci confined In an Instl- lllllun In 'r.onmtp, jiendlnR the carry out of -I monlli. lit Iiand urtlf-r, ivhlcli may two c-hlldn-n will I ovt-r 10 lhc; Chilli. fl's Aid So turned quickly around, nnd Iho dls location look place, Lindsay Is a patient at the Mon month Mcmrirlal Hospital where an X-ray was taken here, this afternoon, lie Is a member of the con dflarhmimt of Ihr. lotll Ser- vice Company, finil n nallfc: a! .New Wlndnor. Va. The young solillor'.i coudlllon Is critical. SOME OF PRINCE'S SUITE LACKED UNDERSTANDING I.ONTJOX. Dee. Ixindon corrcspondonl of the Uvr.r- jiocl Post says representa- tives un Ilio toor of Iho I'rincc of Wales (Omtilain of want of llon. nol on piirt of Ilin 1'riiice, who was Ijut coitain menu- hers of Ills alntl and polnlc-d out lhal K a tour rf India or Aiislr.illii ia I') he iindpTUkcn n Ijellcr undors'jinil- Inf will hriTo lo ljr; ojiaiili-hcd. To Farmers and Butchers CONSULT A. Wyman Co. of HIDES, PELTS and FURS in any quant- ity independent of market conditions. extensive connections enable us to pay TOP PRICE WEAK and STRONG MARKETS. SEE US NOW wilh regard lo present condilions before selling your hides, 320 Slh STREET S. PHONE 442 P. O. BOX 5 A. WYMAN CO. HIDE AND PELT MERCHANTS it; ;