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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920 i'UK JyUTJirtKUXW HERALD PAGE NDiB- Keen Interest Result of Reports oa Drive, ire Very Satisfactory When President Jelliff of the Lets- brldge District U. P. A. called the third conTenUoa to order on Wednes- day afternoon he faced by the larg- est delegation that has ever attended such a In fact, the attend- ance was.three times as large as last year, filling the body of Wesley Hall with several forced to sit In the gal- lery, Mr. Jelliff. expressed, his sure at the increased attendance, which showed plainly the Increasing interest tie-farmers wera taking ID their problems. He welcomed the dele- gates to the convention and hoped the deliberations upald prove of benefit With the singing of the National An them and Invocation by Her Mr Crogg the opening exercises were complete. President JetliK then appointed the standing committees of the conven- tion..aa .follows; i Credentials T O King, Raymond, {'aul'Msdge, River; Thos. Ander- C. Jensen, Magralh. Resolutions': 8. 8. Duiihain. Leth bridge, H J. Flock, haley, Mrs Carl L; Peterson, Barawc-11; B tilert; Bu'rdeft Pooling of Tom Martin, H 0 Flock and W A J.ames The latter committee reported al most delay, that It had been, the ratss should be pool- ed' acd that -those who came In by car should be allowed foar cents per mile The reportsQS adopted Secretary Hamilton then read the BimuieS'Of the last convention which afl'read. Ho also an- nouncedabat the Lethbrldge Herald had Deceived over Us press wires from that Hon. Thoj Crerar had been officially deals nated. as leader' or. tne National Pro gressjve Party ThlB was received with applause Drive Reports of directors ot the associa TANGERINE" Girls! Save Your" Hair! Make It Abundant! Hon aj to the work iu their constitu- encies wero then given by A. li. Steckle for Warner, W: Isaac for Leth- bridge, and T. S. Martin lor Taber. They all told ol the awakening Intei- est being shown In the affairs ot tho U. F. A. Mr. Sleckle, who was or- ginlior for the U. F, A: membership drive (or the whole of the federal constituency told ot the results obtained. The objective was and the returns so far wore nearly one- half. But the work was to be up aud it was hoped that by the lime ot convention In Edmonton .they would have passed, their objective. Some parts otthe district had had poor crops again, and the results were not so good, but there was general sympathy with the campaign and that was what counted. Mr. Isaac reported splendid results iu parts of his district. Mr. Martin said that at Coaldale and Bay- siand the results .were nearly. 95 per cent. Mr. Martin Ihrew out a warn- ing that canvassers had found many fanrors who had notlal-en out their naturalization papers Its important now we're In politics, that these men should, become cltiieus.' J. Jobansori of Woolford and Mr. Bbyden of Wilson Siding ed. Both bad good results Straight Talk From'Women Mrs. Lawrence Peterson of Barnwell and Mrs. Carlson of Cardstdn reported for farm 'women and> both .talked the shoulder. They )neh that the womeu Were being, overlooked "in this cam patgn. it was Just'as important-to organize them as the they voted too. Mrs; Peterson also declar- tho'wbmeh were organ- lied more Interest generally was taken la the affairs of the Organized farmers. During the year, she had organized lo- cals of the farm women at. several places, and thriving locals of the U. F. W: A. were ubw to be found at Taber, Bow Island, Reliance, Haley, Cards- ton, Woolford and other centres.. Lawrence Peterson, director for the I.ethbrtdge federal riding on the cen- reported that during the year five'new locals-had. been or- ganized, 'and ho had.never people so enthusiastic for U. F. A. Some locals can' boast'. :per cent, membership and that was the aim oi all.. He said there was need in.some dls- Lricls owing to the poor crops aud he recommended: that A. organ- zatlon again (or those Tanners who' had ;been This had been done, last year with good and appreciated results. Result of Drive Miss Turner o! the Central U. ;F. A. office at Calgary reported briefly on the result of the drive.. The objective was mernhcrV'and in funds.. So far the drive has nettec .Little Bow constituency la the lead. Medicine Hat, in spite of the partial failure of crops? again stands second. Lethbrldge stands fair ly well :up with: J2.750, and'Is wcl ahead of .most of'the northern ridings In the Lethbrldge riding there are only 73 canvassers out 1400 in the pfnvJnceJ: Miss Turner strongly urgei that the' farm women he organized iu this., sh warned, "the men-are only 50 per cent of the voting strength now." after a "Danderine" massage, your: hair takes on now lire, lustre a.nd wondrous', beauty, appear- ing twice as Jjeayy be- cause each 'hair; Beabns to fluff and thicken. Don't' let yoUr hair stay, life- less, colorless; plain or. straggly. You, too, want Ibts-'of long, strong, beaut 1- fnlliain .'.'iVj''.'? r'A bottle of delightful "Darf- deriue" frtsliens': your scalp, checks dandniS hair. This stim- ulating ''Besu.ty.fonlo" gives to thin dull, fading youthful bright- ness and.sabundant rest day or night for those who ore afflicted ..wltUy-that terrible skin disease, eczema, or ao it Is'often call cil, salt unbearable, burning, Itch- ing, and tor.lujJrjg. itylofiB gla'dly wel- comed. >._ Thoro Is no Jllobd Bitters for giving relief to such sufferers: .no remedy that has done, j or.can do more for those who are jnlmost driven to distraction with the {terrible torture. Apply llfextetnally 1! out Jlhi stlngftg, itching and burning, and j promotes' healthy healing. Take H Internally nnd It gels at f source of tho disease in tho sfor'oczetrm is a blood I drives It, out of thn system. .Miss L..Mi Bpiiflilprr 89 Victoria .to'rl, Halifax; N'. S., in i suffered tor years fmm eczema.. I I could riot rest day or night. 1 suffer- Ic'J great agony, otid nearly crazy tha Itching and burning I used of salvos, but nothing scorn- led Jo help mo. I saw Burdock Blond jUtltera advertised mid was advlncrl to n bottlo. 1 found great relief, nnd XT foully cannot recommend It highly for it tins dono for me.1' TiurdockJJlooiMHtlera ling been on jhe.markot for over forty years, .'inil Bufjng Chat timo hns bcsn innnufac only, by Tlio t. Slilburn Co, KERE'S AIMi FAMY FORYOU Perhaps one of tha most Interesting events of the- Oaadi-n fmmigralion'in the portot Montreal this season, theiarrivat of Mrs Henr) Peache and her faroil of eight They are ail hale and heartv youugstors and show fair promise of becoming useful Canadian cjiizens Mrs forty-three years of'age, and tha quite air exceptional record.; from three to fifteen proud mother of eight healllu boys, vhich >eara Officers Elected By Bow Island" Organizations take fifty or even a hundred years of observation, he t said. but.-ho'expressed the confidence of the observatory that this end would finally be reached follows; Ward Cameron, Arthur Congdon, K. W. Craig, W.-J.-Buliman aid Waade McCarthy, and J. Stopkia, hollr Labor. Ward Hobert H. A. lane and R. B. Knox, all CttUrai'. and Mrs. Rose Alcln and C. B. both. Labor. Japan Claims its Naval Preten- sions Limited by Resources LONDON, Deo. Baron Kato, chief of the naval board ot education Interviewed by the correspondent of the London Times in Tokyo, 'said Japan was un- able, because of financial and techni- cal reasons to equal the naval ment of the leading maritime The statement, says the correspond- ent, was in reply to a suggestion that critics of the United States and else- where saw in Japan's bddgst pUns of. an ambition on the part of Japan to equal if not excel, tha naval forces of Japan's most likely future rival. PREVENTS DISPOSSESSION OF TENANTS FOR TWO YEARS NEW YORK, Dec. leg- islation, preventing dispossession !of tenants for two years, was sustained decision by the appelate division of the supreme court in Brooklyn yes- terday. If or decrees thai Ibv- fall out Never cook up cold meat without it INSTANT POSTUM ten days instead of tea or coffee; note your feelings and then judge for yourself. "There's a Reason" IHSTAHT 0 POSTUM WE WILL PLACE ON SALE STARTING FRIDAY MORNING HALF %t OUfe ENTIRE CLOTHING STOCK CONSISTING OF 239 SUITS AND 96 OVERCOATS A Brown, Green, Stripes, and Mixtures. a style-ior every middle-aged and elderly. Made of the best and most fadi- ,-lonable suitinga and overcoatings.. An unparalleled opportunity1 for men. Nothing like it ever attempted iu Southern Alberta.. HALF of our regular prices from to plus two Sale Prices, to Our loss is big; your gain is enormous'. We must have five thousand dollars at any cost Come early for good selection in sizes and shades. Little said and big doings on our part, to any charitable organization if this is not bona-nde. THE ROYAL STORE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK. ;