Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, E LF.TintRinoi? D.UIA NMNli "MS W EDlxnultGll. Nov. The learn- Divorce Judk lx.nl Bands, of tho Bcouish Seasons, delivers J a pur lentous i> ron ouii cement OD kleslug Lolh as regarda religious aud amatory VRV'i' NtA1 ll had been in a case him that Iho coreepondont Lad kl.iacd the respondent merely is a ;i religious ceremony after .TlTr THE NEW BUILDINGS OTTAWA, Doc. Officials ot the departmeiit of public worlta stated this rr.orains lhal 'here io absolute cer- tainty tbat the nail session of parlia- ment, to be convened in all probabil- ity before Iho uitddlo ot February. bo hold In tho now parliament bulldlcgd, While that portion of iho tomniunlon ccrrlce. Ljjrfl Sands said 11 might be tery Tor eldtirlj lo erect oue Diioilier wllh' a Oriental tnlldlug to lie ultimately occupied by Blous aalule. but it nas a different tno acnato will havo lo bo abut off mailer rrtien It came to younj; married [because it ID unfinished, there will being klseail njoro In the coDiinons Bldo c-asujl mnlo "ho hay- tnari tno two houses bate bad In ILo peiicd lo bo Icllcnrcozainaalcacla. fj hold thet Iho ID the Iti h.id ciceedsa1 religious custom, ttnil ho grante-d a.decree of divorce. Tllfih toat of liTliig la causing many 1'nrks to buy more wives, vVonion aro cheaper at 13 conic ihau mu'e3 for labor purposes, says an official or (he Xcnr East relief organization ic Now York. Victoria Is c-ipecled lliit ,ho builrtlnp will be entirely completed for the 1921 ptople of tbn V.Ydt (or Bolshe- i uo 15 ibe incs- power- itg coniuiuuiLj la laiuhioa you pejpla 1 re 13 nu liito sul- 1 tngiiah a yerjl (or ol CauaJa unless The children. Th de th.o 1 Cauuda. Thjj pec'ij' uuijplti art tee Jim-bed at ial otid miii of n, j veil iix're must bo a m :ue Church o! Cbrlat II bloody rcTOluuon La to liw iirevented lu English Judge Dismisses Peti- tion For Divorce of Couple Who Led n Quiet Life y.T-; :r_-_' ONE OF THE "WAACS" Mlea 511-La out! ni Uie twenty- out? !uvc iTlved nnil Intend v., ada .Miss strv cd In Ihe li.A.r.. In Fiir.rc an-.! tlio ArinT of Oci-upjiiirju in Gtna: WITH FINGERS! CORNS LIFT OUT IXJ.NDOX, Nor. living ;wllh Lcrhusband for three years with- either having uttered a word Ic the other, Mrs, Thoman Hill. II not lo- j n.uaclous, was at all events Inclined to'bo cbaltr about her a Ifairs. Their jdivorco anil, which was heard In court, was described by the judge aa remarkable one slnco tho snvanlccnth century. Thoy had no chihlrcu, hut ceo mutual friend exist- ed i-j Ihclr home, a btp silver-haired rtos with mo3t lihablo manners. He did all In a [alkiog for both. Moat married persons in the tfng- The Forward Movement TEACHERS AND PREACHERS Dr. N. Scoll. siirnklns In Cal- :nry recently, said ilml ilie whole responsibility ot charat eJutiition should not be home by ihc teachers anfi prenchcrs while ilic busi- man lo'lv irre to go ichlng nicney by or foul means. It had recently been brouiM lo hia alLcntiou lhat the of doin havo been tho Freezonc is magic" Corns calluses lift right Doesn't hurt (a bit II is suro lo go down In history as one of thn cln.sslca In tho great liroblom of matrimony, j For three years this couple have lived in tho nimo model Illtlfe suburban Louie, und all ihat time, cicepi for one recent nnd un- avohiaulo occasion, they havo never spokeu lo one another. Tha wife did a locaj caic had S15.000 In the made a yrolli -Et year, and, the cooked her husband's food and made his bed. The Judge dismissed the petition, tlio raaltcr ovtr with a busi- ness man, he that the] time V.T.S vrorth a year. Scr.tt llioufjhl that iC he hart told the snme man liiat n schrol pal's time was v cnh I eaid but a? there has been no reconcilia- Hiy-iald to.year corrcapon- dent: "How coalrt-a woman think of re- conciliation after all lhat has passed? 1 suppose il his wrecked my Life. Tl has heon R x'ront slniiii "living with not one word spoken. They say tbat a woman cannot hold her tongue. It is nlways the womiu who Is auppospd to find 'sllGn'ccvan for bnn. have 'shown it can be done." Mrs. Hill li one .of tlKJ. petite blondes who 'always lopk so TDry 'much younger than Uicir years, and must have been very much atlrnlrcd for her (lazen and blue-eyed beauty in bcr girlhood days; Slic said that many years tefore the" sllcncfl and Hill only communicated with her by notes; their matrimonial affairs went rather wonky. Once upon n time A few cents buys a liny .bottle ot iho two, wero very happy, and the the magic Frcczonc at any drug store, husband's friends say he is a good- Apn'y r. few drops of Freezone upon natured and p.asy-BClng man. a tender, nchlnc condor a callus. In- ii01D9 ja Ono of the spotlessly ylantly Ihat iroiiblcfiomo corn or comfortably" furnished lus stops hurting, then shortly you and stocked with all lliesc mempuLos lift it out, root and all. wllhout any photographs anil' which mako Boroncpn or KrrilatiVin- fl'lieae tlie house the very hu little bottles of Frcr-zone contain man home that It Is. cnouffh to the feet of every hard corn, soft corn, corn between the toes and the calluses on bottom of feel. So 'tLisy! So simple. Why -wait? No hum- the cato manager receive, he have inline 'Lately disagreed wtlh yet the prmcliial was bear- ing more ot the community's burden nnd was R. more valuable citizen than tLc cafe manager. "A more equal distribution Is ive havo got to said the doctor. "A man can paid SlGtfOO for managlns ;hoe stores, as in the recent yet Ihe public under- pays! us to give Uielr children high deals." EXCHANGE STILL SAGGING HOUSING Recently IN "Calgary. mado an inquiry, into liie" conditions the housing st DrumhQlter, "'Alta.. foreign ;rinor3. Two The great, majority oi the people living la Ihc houses, bolh in Ihc town and on the ndjoining property, arc permanent residents of Drumheller nnd district. Thes'e Louses all remain Cull during' Ihc summer months, even wlieii Ihe work nt- the? mines slacks off. Questioned ,na' to their condl tlons, they state tlmt tlicy are com fortable and do not wish to make u change at present. In Borne cases among the foreign miners, Ihei Browed object Is lo live jusl n cheaply as possible, regardless of ih conditions. These men mnke coiiEiGniiicni3 of money out of country and save practically every thing Ihoy earn. One case wa pointed out where Three men wcr living in one shack. Their combined r.lE AND SEE OUR XMAS CARD DISPLAY Prices Are Reasonable" Toys, Etc., of Every Description Now Showing. F. A. ROGERS 545 13th Street North Dlue Car Stopg at the Door NEW YORK, Dec. change rates, which have been mak Ing new low records almost dally for income was well over ?30 n day, ant the last few weeks, added to-1 ihoy continued ciistinE in what Tory day when franc checfca were fluotcd at the rale ol (or tbe American dol- lar, or less than half of their pre-war value. Llro checks dropped lo n new low level, being quoled at 12.S2 for Iho dollar. Demand bills for the pound Gtcrllng brought 53.S5 34, as against ?4.S6, In normal times. Ger- man marka, worth 23 to 2i ccnt3 be- fore Iho war, sold today for 2.09 ccnls eactu nearly approached The preference of Hie foreigner for Ibo very kind of dwelling was well demonstrated at one ol tno mines, whero tho management have made n very crcilJlahle cttort to im- prove conditions. They offered the men good houses, electrically lighted, andT with water ni Ihe dnor for' Ford Co. BFQ planning csLabllah co-operattrc stores for their' rather employes wherever they Lave a. plant. nominal rent of f5 per month. In many Instances the miners wiio v.uie muhlng well over n. moved to to the river bank rtml lived in "dugouts" than pay this nominal rent ONLY TABLETS MARKED ARE ASPIRIN' Not Aspirin at All williout. Ihe Cross" liousc. "At one of Hie within two miles of Drumheller, the men nre in coltnyes, laid out with plcnly'of ground around them. A series of 30 of llicse arc all built different lines nnd lend a little Individuality -lo Ihcm, which Is lack' ing In oilier places whern the man have put up Irnca of houses all exactly alike and with very li room between. The task or CaiKulfanizliig people who want nothing bailor (him tliclr old cnsloma and their old waya loo great for a Government or for the school. Only the Christian Churches fan face Jl successfully, bu li ey rcfiuiro greater rcsonccg .0 symjifilhy anrt hnlp from Ihc- eilu caleil Cannlinn people, and more mission volnuleerrf from proapcroiv jt P.iin, ncRilaehp.-Ncxiral- Totilhaclie, PTiracljc, und for Lumbago, h'cinllcji, Xcu- rJLift, Aspirin m'jrktd with the nanin "Jliynr'1 or you nr? nol lafcinjj 'Armrin nt nil. AwrpL only ITlayer TaLTct-i of A in nn unbroken TJicro in oaly one A.-plrh Fi thr liaJ'S MarV I pnckagc toMnins contnlcle Then you getting real, genuine Aipirin pro- by for over nine- Icrn in Canadn. Handy, tin boics coniainlnjf lets cost lint n to' cirlts, alao fell hrgcr ''tfaycr'1 pnckngcs. innst say "Bnycr" i fMnarlnl if Divpr of .Vfnrr.- n.al Atprrin intans ilayi-r THE LITERARY TREASURE Leaving nsldo theological nni rcclcabsticnl terms nml phraars, ttn Hible has cnrirhcrl our vocalnil.tr: onrl rr.oro lo our lar giiagc Ihnn nny titlier book. Am wlills-l'tho rivords and rlir.isca o! th and plillosophor "arn 'upo the HUB of the few, those of th Ulblq have become the current roi or Uie everyday hiuguago .of I-. K in Jnhn Weekly." IN THE FOREIGN COLONfES Says Ilcv. Dr. V. of :n (lirrc are iIO'l .Tlinnl rli-Krirt--, wiiUnut str- vioc1- nnd n delibr.-rste iittcmpt la rnnilcr to ilic Toe Prince at Gco. Wasting ton's Tomb at Mount Yemen, V. A. GRAIN STOCKS FOHT W1LUAM. OnL, Dec. 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