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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KOURTEEJT THE DECKMBEll RoiatiaBE to Conduct Educa- tional Campaign Duiing "Next Week cleanliness nf-Ih9'leeih bas 10 general health of tho person. This public health' veek brought about by'the passing of (he following resolution at Uw annual'con- vention of Rotary: "Whereas anyone familiar Kith tuo principles of public health con- sults for a moment the vital slatistlos of the countries whose Rotary -Clubs we represent cannot fail to reallio Ihal-in spite qf Ilia efforts of all exist- ing national ami Voluntary health or- ganizations there remains in each country'..'a very large -and serious Pjblic lieal'h Js flio will attention of the'.Rotary Cluo at.'its luncheon on Monday. Tns Rotarians will conduct an educational .campaign daring next week on the "snejecC'lii coaiorniaiion wiiii'Uie gen- eral plans ot Rotary ail orer the Dominion. G. W. Leech. Trill give a general talk -on public health on Monday and P. Craig will tell what relation Make Up Your Mind to present your health best asset for making life successful. digestion is all- important The best fray to insure it is Judgment In Santa Qaus To Vaselenak Case Jadsmact has been handed dgwn by Mr.'Jostice Walsh case'of .the. Yac.ele.aak brothers the dispute of thaj ownership of land Coal- dale district." Stetfl Vaselenak. country a very large -auo serious suing his brother held, ainoimi ot preventable disease and oficlatmed 'he whole laud, {o endeavor disablement -apd, misery. a declaration from tha court thit the land was held in trust by the defendant, End. In the alternative, a declaration that he is entitled as owner to an undivided one-half, mter- aiL. In Ihi land. IK tha'case lu which, when it concluded at the last sittings of the Supratae Court, the two brothers were called before Kis lordship who counselled them to endeavor to settle thc'r differences amicably The judgment Jed ares, that the de- fendant holds the land In..quest lou as lha result o( disease aid this is large, ty. because .the public is apt adequately educated in the carrying but of proper hygienic meaEures, therefore' "Jt is resolved by '.be Association of Rotary Clubs, asaem I bled in it; elevouth annual contention 1 that the board of directors of the Inter- national Association be raiuwtetl to deslgnatVone week each7 year to be observed by.the clubs as 'public health week' and to club to de- vole the Rotary meeting ot.Utet so far as possible to the subject of i trustee thereof for himself the public pl.lntie In that Brings McDoweD Back To City Take Beecham'sPilk Whenthe digestive organs fail, nu- tntion is interfered with; blood is tainted, nerves suffer, headaches and mindr ailments multiply. A reliable cleansing, corrective agent that acts quickly and with highly satisfactory results is I each of them is o all the ied to one-holi of all. products grown upon the said Is to be mad? to a referee to be agreed ilpon bv tho parties, and, failing sue] agreement, lo one 16 be appointed by i judge of Ins court, to talcg0all neces sary accounts. The parly til whose fiviir tha balance: Is" touSd'wIir have a lieu therefor of. tho Detective Wallis, lie city pflVlce, aB returned'to the city, bringing other party !n the land. VThoVcfen ick'with-him Clareice, McDoirell, dant Tidl pay tbu plain'tiMs eosts daut wiil pay the'plaintiys. costs of the reference are.preserved until after the referee has'made the report. bi'c the man who was wanted for iho Rl- ieged robbery of MOO from a harvester while In Lcthbriqge, and who was ar- rested and held on the charge by the Mooso-Jaw. police. McDowell appear- ed before Magistrate Irwlo this (Fri- day) morning, and was remanded in two recognizances al 5500 each, him- self and pbis uncle. In the- same 'court, Black was fined with costs for running a gambling joint on the premises of the Hub tail: on Five Ire-1 q'uehtors wero each ?10 with coals. COP ARRESTED HE HAD HELPED NEW minutes after been given food a soft-hearted policeman, James Fowlerr a one- eyed, one-legged youth of 19, who laid he. was'a war veteran, was taken 'clothes closet in" a residence last night by ths.tame officer, charged with Gifts That Last- i C. B. BENDER JEWELER We will reserve any article or. articles you wish to purchase, by paying a small deposit. No trouble to show 331 5TH STREET. NEXT TO GOOD CO, One of Largest Productions Ever Visiting City MrLeth- bridge on Tour A.noticeable increase rin -the tem- porary population of.-Lethbridge was evident toda} on the ially noon Upon_ mvestiga tion it was found dne loathe 'arrival In town of Wanderer" company, rc Visit (Men Of Employees Children ft C. P.'R. employees will i given a resl Christmas day on December M by Uw CJP.ll. Social and. Club- Preparations for. thii day hate been about completed and childrou cim rest assured that they be eaterUtced.ta a manner entirely new bridie Thay jbe given iuch an Uatino'C. Y, K. organ- ization has .slactd before. Santa daua vfit be thero, ot course. He wfll of SSat afternoon with his ebOdna will in the evening lihrpeiae things to them, is ..now. oa hb way .to Lets- bridge from his home at tlie north pole. WoiiJ rocctved by officials ot the club thla atomtng to tho affect that he is naiag bis deers and vrill to dogs when he gels in the vicinity of the Peace Hirer coun- try As soon as he (strikes rails he COQQ on to meet the children of the C, Ijettbriilge In a special train. The officials ot the clnb are not worrying about how Santa get his good tilings to the train.' Santa has that for too many but to to Lethbrldge' ropi ,tbo .northern two boi are fcelfig Etipplieil and ona Put man Santa will ha met somewhere up the line'by aa official XjtythV club ith ,oa all the children, so that Santa wfll be Bare not to miss anj one 'v Approximately lour hundred; chil- dren --have (neir names Santa's books for this occasion. :He will meet all these-scod Claus only the station at three o'clock after- loon.of.December 23. From, there'he take hli'flock to theatre -where a special progVam wfll be given. At 7.30 they will.all. be in the Masonic-Hall where SanU wQl distribute Christmas cheer'lo'remind the .children, of the significance ot Christmas Dav. s The Lethbridge club is taking the lead-of clubs of tlie west in staging No such stunt lieird-of .before in- relation .-club.. Reports will. b's. received from day who number somevhat over1 one rhcun dred. It ia press agent his spoken wi'h the whole truth and nothing hut the truth etc." The Herald was ftnoi-ed Tvith- a Tlsit today by Uesare Currj and the (business executives behind 'The Wanderer Mr Corrr the company manager states that Business dons. with 'the Bhoic through Western Can- ada has been capacity business berog done at points. At' I Eegiiia it was nocesEary to ei tra chairs In all available- places In tie theatre at all pervxjrmancos. The full and complete company anA production will be presented 'to Its entirety at the Majestic tonight, and tomorrow special matlnet will br given at 2 JO on SatarSay afternrjpn Owing to the length of-the performance, the curtain wili 'rise promptly at S SO each, evening and nl 2 SO on >the matinee. Positively to abo it 'Santa's to- ward Ijethbridge.' one will be pealed after the first act has commenced is sincerely tmstett that Leth- bridge will royal receplion. like it. We-need more shows' NOBEL fEACE PRIZES TO WILSON 4ND BOURGEOIS CHRISTIAN1A, Dec Nobel peace prize, respectively 1919 and 1920 will be presented W morrow to Leon .presi- dent of the French Association for the Society of Nations, and Wood- row Wilson, president of the Utirt- ed States. Each prize amounts to Swedish be handed to.the.Frerich ed States who' for- maliy-ihank the committee; Health and Happiness I. of today geem to listen to every call of duty etcepi the suprcme one that tells them to guard their Itomo nones, church duties, war activities, and the iinndrcd and-one> rails ior charitable enterprises soon lead to ovrrdo. Kerypusness, headaches, backaches and female troubles are tha" inevitable result. T rhiladelphia. waa very ivralt, ab vajs lirtcl, ray back ached, and 1 fell, sickly ZDOst of the lime. I went to a docUir and he caid 1 had nervous indigestion, added to my weak me of lie tirae-and he caid if I could not stop that, I could not get well. 1 hcafd BO mtch about Lydia K. I'inkliam's Vegetable Com- pound m; hanbsnrl wanted me to try iL 1 txxiV it for a week and felt a little belter I Jtept it up for three months, and I feel fine and can eat anything now without nervousness. Health and happiness? I J. SH2 North Tajlor Street, I'blladelnhia, Pa, The majority of women nowadays overdo, Ihoro arc so many demands iipon their (iinuand strength; H invariably a wpnkesned, ;fun-down nervous condilioD mih lieadaclics, back- ache, irritability and soon inoro Ecrions ailments devcrop. Avoid them by taking in timo Compound Authority Granted Bf Provia- cial Health Authorities at Edmonton Ifcis poisible thii chickenjox, tias nitherto been.a disease which has nuaranhned, nill in future be 3eait with as a quarantine disease1 authorities at Edmonton have peririitfed Fdmonton and Calgary to place chlclcec pov under iiuarantme, the following provisos If the patient be, under 16 years th6 attend s diagnosis is to be cor roborated MJ> the health officer Dr. DeVeber, in for November, considers lint Leljbridge la entitled to.. the. same -permission, and' advises that .modified- quarantine in chicken poi of late has rather prevalent Tho report ofylui> Medical Officer of Hqalth shows M cases of contagious and Infectious diseases during tne njprtth; made up as follows Diphther- ia lj scarlet fever 3, chickernox 20, tuberculosis 1, typhoid fever 1. There were 17 deaths occasioned by: 1. shock, 1 acole nephritises': cancer, S stillborn, 1 heart disease, 1 burna, 1 heart 1 acci- 1 intestinal obstruction, 1 oper- ation cancer, 1 gastric ulcer, 1 shot through liing; total 17. 'f Results of Milk Tests Batter Fat Thief Mountain 38 Ruttcrwlck 37 Crystal Dairj 3 o Results of tests of Milk for Sediment Grade 1 -Clean .Grade- ___......'-..'.. 1 (.Crystal Dairy................. 1 2 ;The tests of the city water gave no indication 'of. the colon bacillus, the typhoid BWtnX-Tbo highest, count of bacteria'was.34 and the 4, with an'.average 6f 15.- Isolation Report Patients admllcd during November (scarlet Patients diacharsed during Novem- ber 0 remaining November 30lli (scarlet fever) 2 No. of hospital days 35 KAISEKIN HI SEEMS JP.O' HAVE RECOVJERED Dec. .Boy, Von Dryandcr, the privalo minister ,lo thn former German empress, arrived here yeslerdny from Doom and i In an In- terview with the Anzefg'er, said Augoata Victoria seemed ild have re- covered and that tha'might'bo ra- reeled lo be able ic share in the Christmas.ceremonies (n Iho.home In Holland of the former German em- peror. The pastor denounced reports of (he onc-tlmo cmbcror having suf- fered a nervous collapse. On the con- trary, he said, his mental activity was extraordinary. He reails Incessantly scientific literature, Iho noirspapers und periodicals. The Scottish Co-operative Kleretor, north of Bfggar, was Jtnmed lo the ground; Iho loss may bo about Mid-Month List Now On Sale; Van and Schenck Sing Happy Hits "All She'd Say Was Unit Hun" is the latest, funniest, happiest hit of this jolly pair of exclusive Columbia Artuts-. Coupled with "In their sunny Italian character song with its "Sole Mio" refrain. Nora BayeS lias TWO New Kinds of Blues Only this exclas'aie Columbia artist could sittg tiiat amiling, tearful complaint called "The Broadway and get just exactly the Bright expression into the a tune that cries to make'you laugh. _ _ f Ted Lewis Jiazzes t Joyful Fox-Trots Ted Lewis' Jarz Band, thost'exclusfie Colcmbia aitisU, fairly sweep your feet with that joyful jazz foi-trdt, "The Hula and impudent of "1 Love You, Sunday." v A Few Mare Mid-Month Kentlicky Benny I'm Corning Back Duie aod You Benny Davifl Franle Grumit j A-3320 OUFaahionedGanlcn Tandy Get Foi-Tlot Paul College fen Orch. A-a307 Colic Ee InnOrch. Speed KUs a Wahx Pnnce'a Orchestra Pnrxt'i Orchntn tl.65 New PMoew Record. Hfw Ctlmmtim KtecrJt on Sail at all Calmmtie Dtmlen ike JOIh 20th of Ectry COLUMBIA GRAPHOPMONE COMPAtlY. J72 Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545; Uthbridge, Alta. D. Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE r 'ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 Henson Music Co., Cardsfon RAYMOND PHARMACY C. J. RITTER ;