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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER THE LETRBRIDOfJ DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN WHEAT POOL AND POLITICAL PROBLEMS CHIEF MAHERS entioR in Edmonton'ant yet." luesday, January On As always, the provincial convention publish a dally newspaper. Rural eo> ucatlonal policy, slock exchange gamb- ling, appointment ot civil I minimum wage law, Dominion Fran- chise Act, locations ot polling proportional representation, rural credits, a farmers' bank, government! control of currency and the banking) system are all resolutions which! touch on the realm ot poetics. Freight] rates arc criticised, and especially tha' Mi. railway commlEElott 'for.not hoidtoj rrogram Has Been Prepared for Monday Night Affair hearings in the west. A U. F. A. Chaulauqua, controlled Iroin the Central office, Is urged In a !is the clearing house ot resolutions resolution which Is somewhat the various locals sad districts .cnt from the ordinary run of re olu !ors of Political Importance. I organliatloni of both the U. F. A, and tlons. Three railway branches are the U. F. W. A., and In this particular urged In three ciher resolutions the Farmers' Parliament of 1921 Is ap-. Irrigation. From the central office ot the TJnlt-'parently going exception.1, The list of resolutions as yet con !t With the official call there was eent tains nono dealing .with Irrigation de- (Contributed.) Personal invitations have been sent four hundred boys ol Lelh- brldge jo attend the above and en- de- closed also each boy will receive a _ opens. -These, resolutions important resolution urgmg full guar- schedule of the gym. cla'sses and constitutional airieodments' antee of the bonds.of.the Lethbrfdge swimming periods and no boy iu the to .MB i- i Northern, will jo before the eonven miure will be ignorant of tha time Ulon with; the endorsement of Leth of his gyftu class Any boy who does The proposal wheat pool, which bridge district U. F.' k. association not of these Invitations Mtt was1 practically decided.upon by the In the fact thit the farmers are now is cordially united to he present on Tfca-cali Canadian Council of-Agriculture this Playing an important pirt In politics Monday evening A. very Interesting LOU uii oesignaies tne.com- ja eTjjen-flj the bir aBestion ei- and that a farmers' legislature might program has been arranged and the farmers' will not bo open until each I noon except it will bo open at S' i.mV Parents and others are Invltei to come In and Inspect the department and also La foot free to come in an'd cUscuss any may nave': In'-I connection vfith. their own boye'or Jiny problem in relation to the boys In the city with Mr.'I'e'Uey.'.'iiie Hoys' Secretary. He to give any ad- viso or legistance possible. The pro- gram Bjiye' 'Division will om- cltlly stait off Monday and great times will 'be. given the boys In the club room now we have some place to handle Send your boy along evening to get acquainted with the new boyy club room and tho program of activities to b9 put on. The membership (ee will be at the rate ot So a or It preferred the boy can pay his; year's membership, which wilt be This Is tho sys- tem of having the boys come through their church to glva the cbarchei tighter hold "on their boy lite. h'ta mMrt moit import- Neuralgia stop .the pain -with BAUME BENGUE tht province auu A iiuai n JMMV a-- _-- of resolutions'asking for the estab- taken .wllh regard to this resolution program there will ba a feed of ice in crqan, ani] an4 the evening will >o i finished up a swim In the Now don't miss this and >ring DM! along too if he would Ilka of inch pool or other will be awiUed with keen Interest In form of ctHmeratJTe marketing w'ould overcome I'tha sevlls" :tne pnce'nt .methods of 'marketing. Other resolutions ttBk'for a national grain board.for the markotilg ot all grains. as Southern Albertai CHILD'S HAIR Ypii.cannot.pay.too much attention somewhat after the.fashion of the to your childls hair, the very time wheat board- of 19I9.V still another, when care Is necesaary. Rub the scalp wants standardization' of farm pro-' once a day .with Delmayn .V'taleno ducts' prices. There IB no doubt that' French Hair Tonic, it will strengthen the discussion of questlqnis having In'the hair, and make Smw- Price in do wlthHhe ma'rkelmg of wheat and Canada 1.4.0 a bottle. Sold bv 0118 the proposed wheat be, the druggist In every town; Lethbrldge bi dominating subject of the prescription speclal- jnst as was the fight :between the ist, phone 364, across from Alexandra economic and political organizations the outstanding feature of the 1920 convention. Political Aetton N'eri the wheat pool Kill'come and "there are prob- ably thirty resolutions already on the to cdme out with >ou for an evening. This pew club "room will bo ono of !he best ennlpped ooys' club rooms In 3anaja, anfl overythlng dear to tha o( a boy will ho found there. Irotn now on will bo kept their own department and tho whole boys division.will be put on a and will be self- governed b> tho boys themselves In 'SALADA" TEA REDUCED L, 15 CENTS A POUND Every effort Is being made to.sup- list dealing, with this siibjact in bnelply the-retall dealers with Brown tag rilei. Ho surglcml wer- atlon nqvlred. Dr. GUM'S rclitrsyoa at way They' rto from -one! advocating fixed 'dates for elections "incln'airig the .senate; of the Domln- Ibn" to those dealing natnrallta- tIon and government control of liquor. Thesa all touch on political matters In as they have tens of thousands of cus- SALADA" at the reduced_ price of 60 cents per pound. However, II Will take spine little time before all have It In stock, in spite of every exertion on the part of tho company, Vi g Demand Credit May Affect Sale of L. N. Bond Is International Cltib Will Make a Survey i Here Now that the Lethbrldge Northsra Irrigation District's bands'have h'e'eo put .on the market the following re- view ot the money situation In tha Unlte'd States will be InlJsrisUnj. The review U-published the' weekly statement of the Guaranty Trust Com pany, of New York, "The. market for both mand and thne, hta tweo steady since the ttrst o! the month (Novem- There iras In tha presldentiai election nSlhlng which, could affect the supply ot credit "in .this or the demands that eitst f6flt.'.The money market; of todsy ls: biitslde po- litical influences and. Binen'aDle" only i to the economic law of supply Sad demand. 'The supply Is'most-cerialiv- ly limited and the "demand is unlimit- ed, with everything apba'rehtly faidr- tng a continuance of thRt-' situation'. The reports of the Federal Rt serve' Board show a considerable contrac- .Ion of commercial'loins during Oci :ober and the crop mpylng Backache ami Kidney Disorder! (By Cr. U. C. Bibcock) Simple methods are usually most effective. a cup of hot water each moraine, and a little "An-uric" (antl-urte before every mea.1 has been toned tW most effective means of overccwiAjl klduey troubie. 'Death would occur If the kidneys did not work iadR night in separating poisons and urtoV- acld from the blood. The danger signals are depressions, aches, pains, heaviness, drowilsess, irritability, chilliness, rheumatic twinges, swollen joints, gout Step into your drug store and'ob- tain nm discovered by Dr.' Pierce, of the Surgical Institute, Buf- falo, N. V., or send Dr. Pierce 10 cento for trill package. Rotarlina' have, been' requested to mako what will prove to be a health review of thaYctty.- .In a letter Issu- ed by Secretary Harry Clarke to each- member 'of, tho "ciiib: tho re- the hear future by a court of justice.quest Is contained that each member to be elected tram the boys. a review'of the health and sa'n- school boy under grade eleven In High Itar'y conditions of hU surroundings. school will be aUowed In the club room after seven In the evening ex- cept 8Bd Saturday evenings. The.clab room "will be closed every evening at 9 30 o'clock. School boya having gyn} classes In the early part ol evening will be sent'homo im- mediately 'after their class, Theso classes wlH not include any boy un- derXflftein and will all be run off In the %arly part of the evening. corao in groups as shown home and-business. This-would mean that practically every block .in'-'th? business section be surveyed with an cyb; .and- general heMlh -condition's of those who oc- cupy it.. Asr the Hotarlans are scat- tered all'over the-city, the residen- tial sections wHl not be missed. is made'end that is that have their fami- lies. oxaTninedTby a doctor and den- in the schedule and wCl have oneltist- This Is'strongly urged on them or Kdniinioiu Baita ft Co uu mauere in as luuy IOUB ui IUUUSBIIUS UL m my tjciieuum uuu wui uave oneIUSL mis is strongly urged on them Toronto. Banjlo free U one way or another. Necessity Local tomers throughout Canada from thelgym dags period' and two The' Rot'arlans.are asked to make a Imlng peripdu a Week. The club room written their investigations I of Cnlgmyle wants the fartnira to Atlantic to the would appear therefore to have pats- od. Every reduction 'of Inyontof Inyontof lea, every sale ot goods, yrtl] credit, but the amounts ih financing our ;.andL In supporting new be inaugurated vrlth ,the t'utn of Its year are ap great Offset thla gain so far as avallabll" speculative purposes'1 .llabllity.ot funds tct ueV.'li coacerned." and submit them to Hoy Davidson, chairman, ot the publicity committee. These reports are to be ready'by Monday noon so they may bo avail- able at the mooting of the club at that time. Next week Is public health week in Rotary all over the United States and Canada and the Lethbrtdge club IB falling In line and will conduct an educational campaign during next week. HUB AWAY THE PAIN "ABSORBING AbsorbineJ-1 fcatotiMin. llh rmikUa tWI i.tMlMI end S1.2S >t 2nattVorN.tM.lMU bv W. F. VODNO, I Girls! Save Your Hair With Cuticura itious We Are Not, Because on Monday, the 13th, we are going to give Old another bump by QUAKER 10 The Bread with the Sweet Nutty Flavor Per Loaf In storm and sunshine, rain or sleet. You'll see our Trucks upon the street, Per Loaf Remember, we deliver to any address in Lethbridge, fresh daily, which means both QUALITY ANJ) SERVICE. PHONE 378 ;