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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBHUAllY I. 1U2T THE IJTHRP.IDCK DAILY PA.GE: Rotarians Hear Ideak Boys Are Striving for Thrwgli Orpmzatiras (SlfonHit C.B.B.T., Me1 Tvitt im- four-fold lmk pressed on tbe Rotarlaus by all tint Members of ment Present to Present the Facts. ItiiMilii that L'.ro-beiiiK worked into o 'woulil in on.t. Canada will beiwnt of >uch be laid. Ttfl Blll( Uarl ilwlt vlth the paawd at thu parliaiuent. The UKiua ut the iHirHanii'.'it the flrxt Wll The second provided (or of older boys' councils In hich the formation vl Tmls uMessary. The third was In relation to the father and (owrtk bill dualt with the promo- tion of the c.S.B.T. program, In rural Thin bill, the speaker tald, Uw ekifs rewonsllile for the KUuuMy, ot Uie work in the rural dis- tricts. U offers the rural organiga- tions a haud froni a source whwij U plenty of material to work with. Athletic meets were dealt with iu Kix.th bill. Arraagemjents have been made for meeu, the results of which will be sent 1'roQi each district Uie provincial Boys' Work council, where pricw will giveu. Then the rawltu are forwarded. to the taadquartei'fi, where opportun- itiix tor more The bill in relation [p devotional program of tlw C. 8. E.- T. The speaker not have a copy of tke eighth bill and was unable to about it. The ninth .dealt wJth j ior small towns land rural Some towns, be said, do not have enough boys to form an effective square aud this bill his been designed to treat with such cases. Winter schools ta rural districts was the- subject of the tenth bfll. This provides tor schools ia the winter time in rural districts to take the place of the summer camps, to which the majority of boys Cinuot go, owing to the press of work on tke farms.. The Futiu-e A resolution was passed dealing with OXO tW nb. able uf well tltt altqmltliim mxtlmciivu. Tlwy kiiM up hulifa and fcinarkiMc Better thaa Beef-tea ill paving way lo the establish- ment of economic relations bcMiuticial botlt to the ajljcs and tlunr fofmer enemies althougb it is considered that the reparations plan for tlio study of which the expert conferees '.s'ere ori- ginally called tOBOthcr has -been de- linitely decided upon by tbo I'arls Mlllerind Satisfied TAHIS, council of ministers met today with President Millerand presiding and heard the re- sults ol" the Paris amtVrellco of tile allies presented by Premier Briand. President Millerand expressed bis complete satisfaction with the out- come aud warmly congratulated the i premier aud his colleagues. Cullenswood House Was Mystery Affair Many Secret Uoonui Leading Inio Adjacent Stronghold Hie ou milk production i uinilviilnut u> u reduction of >boiiMt which wus uppulutuil siuiui time! amis ;i liumlml ;IKO by tile novenimrnr t tin1 pi-ici! ut' producing mtlk. Tin1 ,-ii- liort tiUU's bolwei'ii I hint iuul j.-uumv JS. rhi> cost of producing DUO humlivd nouiulfi in milk declined 31 cents. Lust t'.ill I til" reduced liiulr urici's rails QlKlu-ifullQii run. which was additional qualifications, but Church Court Finding in Case For Defamation 'Brought By iiishop ROME, Feb. sacred rot what j tribunal bus made public its findings case lie uaioMd aut siullftM I were the did not say. i the defamation case brought by tions uecesaarv 10 sit on the floor of i He told ot the threo sessions a day Monsignor Fallen, bishop of London, for three days at the parliament. DI'ULIN, 1'VI, official btate- ffleul regarding the destruction of Cullyiiswood i.snuyi yesterday ai'titniouil, says Hint Hie military dis- cuvsred u estimate of tln> atfuciural alterations in the hand- writing of a "leading rulwl." Investi- gation showed false walls and und a wardrobe arrangement operat- ed by a curing, disclosing a secret of- fice. "There were nine rooms, mostly of secret construction. giving access to Ihe adjacent Holds." says tbo state- ment, "inside a dummy wall, revolver aiVinunUjon was found, Previous raids disclosed that the premises wore used for.unlawful assemblies.'' Captain King Shot HKIA'AST, Feb. King. district inspector, was seriously wounded, and his Tnfe was shot and killed night near the Mallow rail- road station In county Cork. Healy Acquitted DUBLI.Y. Feb. Healy, one of the four men tried by a courfoiar- tial for the shooting of one of the 14 otiicerE killed in this city, Novom- ber 21, was acquitted last night. Tile other three. Frank Teeliug. Win. Comvay and Edward Potter, were quitted of manslaughter yesterday i but the court reserved judgment on the alternative charge of murder. Three Wounded DUBLIN1, Feb. lorry lull, of auxiliaries was fired on in North Earl street last evening- aud a cad.et and a boy and u girl were wounded. The shots came from doorways. Crown forces made several arrests at certain Dublin urban council meet- ings last night. FARES UP TO TEN KNKUUKOOKK1, Kub. l.t-lftl Qiuih.v ntiliiiiw cmumluUm-lukf inM pliiMliiill ol HIM kitUWlVOOlM inr incrfwiid i. I lii, ruteu will Ml of eight. till' A1 attiavber must serve one year on a local council, roust be promoter of the S. 15. T.. be between sixteen and twenty years i of age and must be a boy who does liquor or tobacco. lie must BiunioB in tiburuh. He' drew attention tu tie Father and Sou week and said the parliament arraufeiieau tor two against the Reverends IjOiselle, ess of the president of the Uni- i-'Heureux, Langlois and. Ct. Cyr, the of Alberta and the Rotary jlaBt whom now is dead, all ec- clesiastics belonging to his diocese. Tlie case, which causad a consider- Club, where the boys were tendered a luncheon. The sneaker said the Ed- luouton Rotary Club maetivgs are as noisy as ttoBe of the Letator.'dgc Club. able ensation going on it for was begun, .________ .._. long tijne. Allan Hamilton dealt with the Jor-t The tribunal says there were no libels rsi'd steiis of the: on eiiher side, but asserts that the af- parliament. The parliament offered firmulion of fhe ecelesiastic.s contain- Bucn parliament. i ne parliament onerea ui me ecciesiasnc.s coutam- weeks In a year. Previously one Lethbridge hoys au opportunity of' a false against Bishop i been held in tho spring but nor one with gon-e of.jtls. finest fel-i Fall'ju. The tribunal recognizes the will be held in the spring and one la the early fall. The purpose of these occuionn ii to get tke sons uni lath- s together. At the parliament tha boy; MILK PRODUCERS ARE TREATING PUBLIC VERY KINDLY, GOVT. REPORT stress on asd the vrere to the efect that Christ is the ideal and an act was passed for Bible "a Kioruing watch. lows in the proylaca, compiitence of tbe eccleKiusiical court tarians talked taught It, j of-London to the .case, but admits the he said. They were taught that rcllg-; advisability of holding- tha trial else- ion was not te tw lauihei ticy! where because of the danger at local s-ere taught to speak religion while excitement. TOROXTO, Feb. milk producers have been treating the consumers with great .consideration, if not actual generosity, according to presented yesterday to the department agriculture by Beware of Tender Gums' Unriealtriy kiHs the best of wheat. Unhealthy gums kill the best of teeth. To keep the teeth sound, keep the sums well. Watch for.tender and bleeding gums. This u a symptom cf Pyorrhea, which afflicts (our out of five people over forty. .Pyorrhea menaces the body .as well M the teeth. Not only do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting Pyorrhea SBrma lower the body's vitality and cause many seri- ous ilk To avoid Pyorrhea, visit your dentist frequently for tooth and gum inspection. And use Forlian'a For ForWsFor the Gums will prevent check its progress, if used in and used consul ently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. will keep the gums firm and healthy, the teeth white and clean. Start using it today. If gum-shrinkage has set in, use Forhen's according to directions, and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and U.S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. ufc JR. J. Fmtan, D. D. S. d., Montreal Tbe rural disirjeis offer a bis ones- The controversy between There those wis.hing: to promote JVllon aud the clergymen originated successful are handi-j'" articles appearing in Canadian tuns.'- was passe in relation to meetings .of tke associations and demonstra ions of boys' work. The speaker aikwi (er the eoopera tlon of all men and women who ar interested in boys' work. Today thei K of the pain and dollars saved by atwayt having handy a box of this magic herbal healer. Zam-Buk has such a wide range of usefulness. It is a real purifying and healing agent. It con' quers eczema, ulcers, piles, and ringworm as surely as it grows new skin over a scald or cut, or place chapped with cold. It is also splendid to rub if} for rheumatism and muscular pains. Zam-Buk is healing, soothing, and antiseptic, and it draws all germ poison from the tissues. All thess wonderful properties come from certain rare5'and costly herbal extracts, which are pre- pared in a unique scientific way. Free from animal fat, Zam-Buk s the most wonderful healing balm ever discovered. SCALDS POISONED WOUNDS Mrs. A. Sawyer, "My. iittle son was badly scalded by pulljny over a pan of boiling water. I fonjul.Zarn-JBuk wonder- ful. It brought ease ;is soon M applied uad it look out all painand soreness. Perseverance grsw Bkin over all the scalds." L. Benin, West baby aid I suffered awfully with eczema. Through winter I scarcely dare put jny hands in water, proved iitriply Iptendid. It toori thoroughly rid us both of every trace of CHILBLAINS Miu A, Lepard, Beaverdale, a long time I ayoniei from cbilbliins" Nothing MLv PeMri R.R. No. 1 Tidriish Rirv. Through a mother's hudiunwd festered and poisoned. Aftpr week's treatment wirti 2a.n-Buk ttec fea4 was wonderful iy Iiriproved. All pain wai taken out ud Miss A. IMtnilj.EMt Borubv P.O., B.C. iJMi-BBk is simply splendid for turna. One 4ay I slippu nod tell with mr ncross ibe Zam-Buk the pain ud kttlfd icven km witbttut leaving a 9cv.M irubv cf with fuae speedily ended ray painful Mr..N. -CsrrcU, 988, Clark Si., i .._ -i-ujjj tkc ibffti ud gukcd mj tinwk rttnoatth a A 1 frl. after applymg it the paio cexsed and UM wwntf MrtKll) some of fliestions. He pointed out that all the Leth- bridge delegates have been charted in the C. S. E. T. program since they retained O'OW. the Edmonton meeting md he Ipr one, did not measure up to what he would like to sec. Ho tions in-the; United States alao were said to be involved THREE YEAR OLD MUSICAU PRODIGY MADKJD, Feb. Corraa of Catalonia, hiK register hue straight all the way.; uio piano with. extraordinary skill 'is Neit year he will have more pxuer-; the latest attraction at aristocratic] wnce and lyill be better abln to deal, tea parties in the Spanish capital The! with the questions before the narlia-i infant prodigy is placed by his nurse ment. He alao asked for the co-opera-' on the piano stool, whereupon he he- gins .his performance without any tlon of the Rotarians and all men and women interested in thla work. Boys Net All Bad Bob BarrowmaB on the de- linquent boy question in Lethbridge. He told of the workings of the Juv- enile cuart, explaining some of the difficulties. He gave it as his opinion that only a few boys are bad from in- heritance. Most of the boys brought before the juvenile court and other of- ficials are good hoys gone wrong. A boy, be Jug not sonie bad in him will not amount to much when he crows' up. Only a small number of cases havs OMB brought before the juyenile court ilnrine the past year. Out of twelve only six of them can really be con- sidered as brought before the court. Vl'ore than three hundred cases were dealt with outside the court and for. almost two years no boy has been sent from Lethbridge to the detention home at Portage La Prairie. This iiisiiui-l tlon, the speaker said wan a poor! ilace to send boys, because most of! .hose -in touch with this question laim the boys are worse when they' come out. He pointed out that an agitation las been growing for a detention home u this province. j Many of the Boys who get into' .rouble come from homes over- crowding is in .B.videflce, the mothers.do not have sufficient tiniR to >ay attnetion to their boys and whore he toys are allowed to mix with vhatever company they are thrown nto. Every boy should have an op-, portuslty of working off his excess j >nerjry but Ihist opportunity should be i iresented to him in clean sports. Mr. Barrowman advocated a swim-; ning pool for the'north side. j George Fleming attended the meet- i g last night. Dr. Rivern. speaking for himself, John Torranco and Allan Mill- louse, three new members of the lotary Club, expressed himself to he member and jiromisod they would evelop into good Rolarians. trace of iERMAN DELEGATES STAY TO DISCUSS SEPARATIONS PARIS, Feb. tact that the lerman delegates to the Brussels con- ereoce of nuance, and economic