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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -PAGE EIGHTEEN THE LETHBRTDOE DAILY-HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 192f President mand Tells of Duty Brought; Backv By The Boys ta The 1IEDIC1NB HAT.! Dec. 17.- -At Civic dinner" tendc-red last night to .the delegates in attendance at the in proposing [ho tosst to the G.'W.V.Ai Alderman said that na other organiza- t on could do the work that the C.W.V.A. could do, .There was a tlmo when it was the lion niJsht-'become too radical. !mt that'tlmo had 'passed. One of the' forces, that stood for progress acd rcpr33oatcd the Ideals of the country thtf-GAV'.V.A.: -It was doing sreat-rork other organization had evtr gano so quleily about doing deeds of .charity. Uealrtug to. this toast Prijrident !nriu saidlhat the was in an unitiue position. 'Fraternar socle- ties, churches etc, had their special Belds endeavor.but theVC.W.Y.A- baa all the duty of protecting the nationhood'of Canada. The members ot the association brought back from j the front the idea of nationhood for Canada, the Veterans were tha guard- ians of the right liberties ot the nation, bring back. a broader, better cltizeush'ip, with S cleaner con- ceg tloii of Its and dnt- The Veterans were a steady- ing balancing power in the nation, and speaker, believed that every Veteran would proro equal -to epouelbilities ;tb.'tho community, !tb'e proviuco and 'the' great Dominion of Caiia'ds. Comrade of Hed Deer, in proposing a toast to the itited that th'ere aro really independent papers lu Canada. but that, unfortun- tho yellow Hearst papers were admitted to this conntry. Every KAISER BRUiCHiTlS IH EXILE Tiiousands Liberated TVtaU linve you not beard the joy- ful {uHngsf Bronebitis'hu Veen eT. light svnd Canadians liberated.from lha bondage of thu trace'.of brcichial trouble is blown tA atonii by'the world's raosl effective' Jisease-deattoyer, Buckley's Brontii' tis Mizluxc. No '.wonder aia lejoiciDgl" No longer dp (hey.dreid Ibo effects of eold3, etc mi so tmnoul nio thjy that tiers GUoald ocneut also, iitmurejs -of iatiers have proclaim- ing ilia meriU of this Vkonderfnl mir aculoui'reinea.r. one To Whom it ma) Concern "This is to .certify that I-Lad been safferiaK for over, threa ivceks..with .brouciitis. and vraa ndMSed to trv Buck'e) 'a Broneliltis Mixture I purchased a ibotUe'-amr after tho'third dose I is- 'Uie' bottle was finished, I was In making th6 above assertion I havfl eo in saying it is tho best remedy I came in contact vntb lor heavy eoldg and bcouchitu Mrs M. Harding, Dost Braab Co, Toronto The original of this IcsUreonial Been at W K Buclfey, Limited, 142 Miltuxl Bt, Toronto in. thorsands of Canadian nouHfiholds, Kill guo you suro relief. It cannot .jffcil Seventy five cents is the prica that slandc yfiu and tho road to no on the bottle with the "SaliEfaclion guaranteed, or moiiey refundexi." Ask your diiggist. i SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY STOKES DRUG CO. good be said, should help to keep the Hearst papers frorii circulat- ing in Canada: This inornlng's session was devoted principally to receiving reports after which committees returned to. their dutjes. Ti Is afternoon of corumi'lces were taken up ENFORCING REGULATIONS OF COMPENSATION ACT Qaebtc Man in Toils With Pottioj! Tiw on the Track day.and Armistice day.fall 'slnVultan- cously on November 11 and-Be' a nat ono! holiday. QUEBEC. Dec. tives have arrested Otita, Lemieui. residing at Cap Si; Ighace. on a charge of. atteruvUng to wreck the Halifax Express on the Canadian Na- tional railways yesterday. Ties were placed on the track Et intervals seal- Cap St. Ignace, but the locomotive easily demolished them. The train comprised 14 passenger''-, cafg, two coaches being full '.of Ibo St. Auiic De La Pqcatlero College, who were returnlngrhojne after the de- struction of their institution by fire, while a number of officials fivere in a.private car f. H Accused was. brought Judge Corriveau lu and 'sle'adwl not guilty, refused ball and remanded, to, appear pu De- cember 23. WANT THANKSSly.ING Hon Edward Brown, proYinaal (treasurer, upon his return from Otfa'wa' where ho has been iri I conference with'officials of (he Hln Hon syndicate As evidence of good -faith on th? part :'of the the provincial treasurer askedlthat a deposit of COO.OQOi bQ jnado: with the provincial treasury until and plant ara at the mines to provide tonnage for the railway "The abandonment .by :the -federal government of the royalty on low jrade copper .ore another ten slates Mr. Brown, "settles the question of the Fitn Flon syndicate er-: ercising its option, purchase of the mine, which expires March 31, 1921. it means purcnase of the mine sub- led to.tho approval of .the legislature lor construction, of :-7Z iniles of rail- way to the mining field An undertaking has practically seen obtained tfrom the Canadian National; Railway system for ppera- ;ion of the road.- Manitoba-would-be paid-'a fiat-Interest rate for money invested for. construction of the road. long term, lease would be entered into whlcbXwould, of its termination, return sufficient mpney. to the province by way of interest lo pay for construction." ITT PAYS TO STICK" SAYS AtiEN RANCHER; SOUTHERN-ALBERT A O.K. The provincial authorities JJUBJ on seeing that the regulations of the Workmen's 'Compensation Act are strictly carried out, as shown in the prosecutions which have taken place in Medicine liat. On Wnlay, of 'ths'.EtjjpresX-: Theatre, appeared beforo Maglstrato three informations wllh talllpg to pay ,Una Workmtay1 CompeuHtlbji Board' thei.imounU J3.I7, andVjl.W, provisions of, the Act., lie was tfced costs of Uie court anil !tij pay the earns forthwltu.'; p dealt.with tho. sum ?3 The against HV A. Bond aad Co.-for" the same alleged oSence, in the slim of J25.13, was adjourned to De" 22 against C, C. Potter and t'o.. the' J4S.S4, and .was' adjoumsd to -The Al- berta Cariage; and Taxi Co were nii'd the.costs order ed to pay forthwith the sums of 17.25, and 172.10. An Illinois ,-wonian is indignaui c'aute alcohol in to pickle heriSpldfr tollection v.jyiiy> should the cltUens'resird the on-.the tote on manager gov- a.inandato for thai? I ill the oldr ranching days; 'from; T-in- colu, Nebraska, and to .complain of in sticking with if for the lime he has.. He lu his.present sub- stantial circumstances Is an 'exempli- fication of "It a great winter up to now, be for stock, with the prairie rich in pasture Salt of Enviaibjle 1 One of the pioneers of the district, who. has held on' through' bright wid stormy weather, was -la the. to- day, in the person of Mr Peter M. nan, who lives at the farthest point from anywhere, in the. in alter Lot rail- road communication, puts It, in1'- Aden. Alberta. .Mr. Hall came to this conntry 25 years ago, Skin Troubles Soothed' With Culicura Make Your Ckristmas Gift a Lasting One FOR A Baby Rings, S5.00 Chilrts' Cups......... igl.50 S15.00 Childs' Knife, Fork and Spoon S1.50 S5.50 Chtlds' S10.00 Dress Pins, gold ......Sl.OO to 85.0ft Locket and FOR A Oolil'signtt itings to S25.00' Emblem Rings, Masonic Rings, S8.00 .....S25 to SBi Silver Flower Eriskela to g45 Electric Lamps' to R A. WRIGHT BALMORAL BLOCK THE CITY'S LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STCiFll -''v QUICK MM, 25-50-7SX MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION l WHY Questions (he Herald Re- porlers Hear on Their Rounds (L t f' v V' Sunday morning and from 10 to 13 Sunday Hishl, it should pay to ruu them empty .all the tune. Hot? 'is- rthat-ltJs-alniost inipos: sible to. sell good beef on the hoof, aad yet cue has'to'pay practically the same old price at the stores? Why Is not the law regard to tho catdllug of .eggs enforced? Why they cot put two .on at the order wlc-ket at the; post of-; flee at rush llmet Why. cro sucli big ratepayers Fred Downer' audj. D. ItYjTrrvoteT ior It bo Included committee named Hardie at his to managerial torn of a was gplng to make tho _____ causoilrlook thaLho was gping to make thoj on his salary. Well, I voted (or hanager form, BO we would il n leserre. You see I was contused. Maybe there ire re more like 'me. who well enough content.lo let things alone, and 161 ilardle uot bo put out of Ma Job M that should [rqm those special articles thai ..the Herald Ijas oeea getting about man gyternmeut in ,other Then gel an alternative form in tha "Charter, so thafrvrheD the occasion arlsesVe (an change the form and get the beet man that can he found on the continent at the price vre feel ice can Answer to Question Answering a question King's Ei porting--Agency say's: Ip answer to Cltlieu1 X'o.UV uiider.lho Why coi- lumn, 1( be is sutftclently interested Create Gas, Soumest and Pain How To Treat Medical: authorities state that ly of the cases of stomach TVhy don't we get an extension of the street car line out past the Fair Grounds? If it to run empty cars from'the west end ;of 6th avenue'to the .Fair Grounds, surely our'astrol- apd mathematicians at the city LalT will figure ou profit by running empty cars anywhere. Why, I heard you talking .to that fellow, about street nof run the empty street cars all through iha night and early morningV It it pays to run them empty from 9 to 10 SIR GEO. FOSTER 1AND WIFE HOME JAN. 10. OTTAWA, Dec Press) George and; Foster are expected In Ottawa from .Geneva about Janu3O' "10! Mr of-thinvlne Is liquor'goes, 1 would trouble indlgeUlou, sourness, Burning. Id learn all that we tan vlslt onr offics lu lhe tas "nausea, etc., ara due to in icarn mi inai tin basement ot tho vjaminlon Wocl and an excess of hydrochloric acll In eiamme cur expreu .receipts aiij stomach and not as nomo to freight recelp nlio (o ust the a Sack of dbjeslive Juices The dellcjtte and tho'i CJ'.H. freight office anfl elamtne their books V As to his reference, that loaded rigs are leaving (our warehouse at all hours 1 think he has exaggerated this Quite as bit, as-the trans'er has always cleaned np bur outgoing freight shipments before 5 o'clock, and It is very seldom' that the -Dominion -Ex- press have failed to up our outgoing shipments iBii o clock, i llnlpg Is Is delated and food sours, causing the disagreeable sjmploms which eTery stomach eulferer knows so veil. not.needed in cases and may do, real harm Try laying asido all digasihe aids and instead get from any few ounces of Dtsurited. Magnesia: and: lako a leaspobnful ln> quarter glans ot'watef. Bvrceleu right after the, stomach eating Tjila prevents the ______US ..._ ________ format'on ot excess acid and.tier" no sourness, gas or pain. Bisurated Magnesia (in powder or tablet form liquid or milk) is harmlasa to the Elomafh, to take and !s the most efficient form' o! rqagnesla for stomach purposes It is used by "thousands; of people'who .en- joy, their meals TV itli no mo'e fear of indigestion THE FAMILY GROCERY'S, LIST OF FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRADE Spanish Cluster Table Raisins 50c Now Grecian Sultanas, extia iiuality per Ib China Ginger, large ]ors, l Red ahd Black Currant Jelly per jar genuine Al- fr mond-.Pastc, .per, Ib. v Brazil oXiits, -Pecan Uuts, pcr.l.b. Mixed .-Huts, per Ib. per Ib Hand-Packed Per tin' Hand-Packed Per tin Hand-Packed: Per tin i. f....... 45c 55c 1.10 45c 40c 25c 25c 50c 55c SOAP SPECIALS Itoyal Crown dr-t nn fo1- i vl.UU Old Brown G cakes for 6vC Hose follct 12 large cakes for 90c ,90c The reputation that wo have earned amongst our many patrons testljnony to high standard and qtlallty: of the MJICE -..-c carry. ..55c 30c "30c Hand-Packed Per tin Shredded Per pkg.' Boneless Per (In Golden and Deans,