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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TKN THli LETHBRIDGB DAILY "HERALD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920 IHE TORTIIS PARIS, Feb. GneiJe. the TtUran leader.'bacXed bj members of ,the Chamber of Deputies has Introduce! a bill in the chamber which would give women civil, polit- ical and economic equality with men. rcsls'-erecl dispositions establishing the inferiority of women as compared with men. TM hereby tuppressed: arc admitted to benefit by all laKs which hUberto applied only to mvn, au.l future liws will Jteet the human being without distinction ot'fti. The world, fliieEdc said today, has scarcely awakened from tho bloody u'Sutiriara into errors of society, us It Is now consMtuted, plung- ed It. The social reform which must follow can never bn realised without the close collaboration of all humar. betues. Happily Stopped Men He Began To Take'frolt-a-iiyes" 8 Orr.MTi ST., HITJ., P. Q. "Fora vest, 1 suffered uilh Sk-a- natistn, to sby in LeJ for fire iuoutiis. 1 tried alt kin Js of m-iiirioc without relief thoucht 1 would bo able to wslk Oae day while lying in" beti, rend atext "frai.'-a-iirfi" the'treat fmit sod ii seemed just trlul I sa I (leeiiiid try it. Til Jint lor i-.clp-d at, nad 1 ioak tho tablfts retrulerly until every Rheumatism left me." I.OItKN'70 L1CDUO. We. for At dealers or sent postpaid by FrnlUa-tivei Limited, Ottawa. PECULIAR ICE HUMMOCKS LONDON, Feb. uo data has been filed lor the Informal conference on the economic situation thai has planned be- tween Austen Chamberlalp, chancel- lor of the exchequer, and various fin- ancial and commercial eiperts. It Is probstble that the conference will laka place the coming Thursday. Among those Invited to iale part are Vittouui Bryce, foruier ambassa- dor to the United States; 'former Premier Asquith, Reginald McKenna, ex-chancellor of the exchequer; Baron Inchcape, president of (ha Institute of Bankers; Sir Robert Kinsderley, chair- man ol the war savings commission; Sir Donald .MacLean, M. P.; J. 11. Thomas, the Labor leader; Walter Ixmg, chairman of the Jxmdon County, Westminster and Paris Bank, anci I Lord Robert Cecil. POLES TAKE OVER PRUSSIAN TOWNS LONDON, Feb. towm of Konitz and Behrant, Included In tue West Prussia'territory allocated to Poland ptace treaty, were turned over to the on Ptllay, according to a wireless message from- Berlin. 'A Cumberland, Md., man, who up- piled for a marriage license, slgned: his namo with the pen held firmly between his teeth. He lost both handa In the- war. Peculiar ico formations on the lake shore at the Island, Toronto, cential fonnatlon closely resembles In outline a polar bear. Has Learned to Speak Dutch; and Wears Wooden Shoes Memoirs MEDICIXB HAT, Jan. a final meeting of the school board cm the salary question last evening the ;bi Vhnro tho executive of the Teach- iki Uesirtlobhare lneirffira. reaclied a satisfactory Experience With Workers [decision. A schedule has been adopt- ed "which satisfies the teachers, and the board has been 'as economical ns possible. The salary Increases total from to The min- imum (or grade teachers has been set of Other Countries Feb. Moscow wire- less dispatch received here addresses 2. message to the trades unions: your delegates come to study AMSTERDAM, Feb. Former CroTrn K'rvderlck WilHaui sayn as soon as circumstances ho iVii! go to his estate at Dels, near the Volfsh frontier, to lire with his wife au-jt family, According to the corres- pondent-of the Telcgraaf, who inter- viewed him :tt The former crown prince said he. was wrltiug his war memoirs, but that lie could not think publishing thsai ROW. Kc bag to speak much Dutch and wears wooJen shoes on hla morning rambles about the is- land of "VVIerEngerC says the corres- pondent, swid Amusing hlraiell by box- ing with an Instructor from Amster- dam. Frederick William saM his father was in good health but that his moth- er was not TreH. He declined to dis- cuss political j the situation themselves and become actual 11 ted with our professional move- ment, with its positive and negative sides at first says the message. "We iurlte all workers and all op- pressed or persecuted. We shall greet them with open soul and outstretched anus." The message points out that Rus- sian Irnde unions hare often tried to inform their foreign comrades, but have met with tlie bayonets of the gov- ernments "who are afraid ot tbo truth about the mighty and heroic example The appeal concludes: "For ull real revolutionaries tha i Two prominent Boston liquor deal- ers are seeking positions as prohibi- tion enforcement officers. at It is expected that the com- jf plete schedule will be available publication tomorrow. CLAIM FASTEST TYPING EVER IN THE WORLD ST. What Is claim- ed to be the fastest typewriting over doue in the world was that al tlie mili- tary inquiry, which closed lathis city yesterday. Arthur Hanrahan" wrote to the dictation of Thomas Bengough. the veteran court reporter, at a rato exceeding seventy words per minute, for sis and n halE hours. compl6t- ing ulnety-four foolscap pctges containing 300 words each. Wbeu ilio time taken in straightening out the paper, putting it in and taking it out of the machine Is figured, tho lions and a direct struggle for social- lam can lead' to final Yictory." HARD WORDS FOR AN EGG "When f rose to related martyred statesman, "some one [brew Canada. The reporting work at Hie inquiry was done liy platoons of reporters, In charge of Mr. Walter S. Breekell, find included Mr. Coo, Mr. Brown, Mr. Cob- bledue and Mr, Hcngoligli, assisted by Statistician Figures They Have Made Nice Penny Out of "Prescriptions" CALttARY, Jan. file rate at Trhicli physicians of Alberti have been giving cat liquor prescriptions durlnu the last seven months of 1919, Gguring each prescription brought iwo dollars to the' doctor, the medical profession of the province would have cleaned up in such proBls in a year. Those and other interesting ntnlis- tica are contained In a tabulation which the department of tlie at- torney-general Is now preparing for the meeting tbe legislature on February 17 rieit. While- ths figures ire not complete, the tabulation'has .progressed far enough to disclose that in tho seven months since the legislature.' adjourned in 1019, the total profils oi the medical profession in Alberia from tho sale of liquor prescriptions -were figuring that the price of each prescription was two dollars. NO INTENTION TO RECOGNIZE HAPSBUHGS PARIS, Feb. donial rumore that the allleft would promote Or recognize the rtltora- tlon of the Haptburg dynoty In Hungary, was iuued by the coun- cil of ambssiadorc this afternoon, The rtaltm-nt said a tlon would be In direct with the principles of the peace isttlement. SIR WILLIAM (MODE'S POST k HOURLY CRUCIFIXION Once in a. hundred years there comes a great uasslou and Beatrice, Petrarch aud Laura, The woman meets right man too late. What a tragedy! mat a dally and hourly cruclfiiion! scene from Hall Caine's "The Thou Gavest which comes to the Empress Theatre, Thura- dnyf Friday and Saturday of this week. Avoid crowds by visiting a A 4. .J 4 GRIP, INFLUENZA Wizard Oil a AntlicpUc During influenza epidemics spray the nose and throat several times day with one part Wizard Oil and two parts water, using an atomizer: If you haven't an atomizer, gargle the throat and snuff the mixture up (he nose. This treatment sets up an antiseptic of defense against "Flu" germs. Chest colds and sOre ihroat lead to grip. Stop them at once with Wizard Oi! before tlicv can develop into dangerous influenza. Get it from druggists for 30c. If not satisfied., return the bottli and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick head- JusPtry Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills; 30c al drug- ffisi3. i.Bd what is a base cowardly pfeed n fresh yoiins man. "A base cowardly explained 10 statesman, "is iual hits you ud As a warning lo the living, a -.Miss- uri editor refused lo send flowers n tho'occasion ot the death of a man owed six years' subscription to is paper. The editor attended the tneral, however, and placed a palm- eaf fan and a block of ice on iho -asket. A rich copious lather n from Efteb of trratn cold m kot mutxl to tlie crd of the thATt tetoally eoftenloi; NOW Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A, WYMAN GO; I DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET 3. P.O. BOX 5 Ideals of purity and value We are soapmakars with an ideal is to make a Soap which shall have no equal for Purity and throughout the superior in all the world. We realize our ideal iii every tablet of Sunlight Soap which is manufactured. SUNLIGHT SOAP is made from the sweetest and choicest of edible oils and fats. It is the purest and most efficient of soaps and, it used judiciously, 'the most economical. Insist on getting the Soap you ask ll HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN.' CARRUTHERS DEALERS AND-EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW Lethbridge Alberta Get acquainted with tlie largest dealers in Western Canada and you will never be a dissatisfied shipper. Write today for prices and shipping tags which will be mail- ed on, receipt of your application. A. CARRUTHERS CO., LTD. Phone 595 12S1 2nd AvnueS. Lethbridge, Aha. Sir Wra. A. M. Goodc, whose la-Jy Is a daughter of 1ho let Dr. C. A. Slppl, for many years liursa or the Hospital for Ihe Insane in Lon don, Ont., has lissn appointed elsai of the British commission lor tb relief famine sufferers in Kuropi This commission wHl have Hie dli potal food, clothing, etc., antoiin ing (o J ,000. Sir William w.- horn in Newfoundland, tho son ot clergyman of the Church of Englan JJarly in Iffe he entered in New York and became onu ot tlie bee! "Known writers on the pross of that During the Spanish-American war lie wan ccrresiiondent for (he New York Sun Admiral Samji- son's snuadron. lilf, in N'ovr itiatlafl e: i-riiijb DiiWUhsra ami hi VKM the man- aging edilornhlp ot tiie Si'iiiii- ard, acccytej. For Many ywa he WPJ, with ijidy intor- In Kross work, ami for work as a' Hrltisb kfii-f was 'inigatr.d KiaB. Uo IxHidcsi, Oat tho g.jist rff ft'.a met ho h Cecilia ai hir.i in Willie I acaaziritoa Mi3i irw bosawc ill; PERFECTION gLrCIOUS CAKES PUDDINGS PIES RECIPE BOOK-MENTION THIS PAPER ;