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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SEVEN Silks Crepe O 614 3rd Avenue South CLARKE OC LAJ. Lethbridge Alberta Commissioner Armstrong in Enforcing Agreement What will bo the 310 iiion of Com- I is in chartc 1 of Dorothy Cavendish and the JLord. Charles Cavendish, who have been En I Mrs. Kr'ed HocWns, who has been 'sjnce December, wlH return visiting Mrs. X. T. Ueeman, loft yes-lto Canada the cnd of March. The terday for'hqr home at the liocKing dy Blanche thereafter. Tliia months after peace is sisii'.'il. -Just what poKlttoii Arrn- slrong ivill take in itit; tho signing ol an agreement is therefore a moot question at the present time. Clean up Stocks It will take three weeks of cold weather like this 10 cloar HP lhe wil. JiirUeiU slocks of .'ual in dolors' Mheir first party MUCUS oil Things STlhroughout the- lurries. a morning. THpDCmom..iC ftHion wil local c-oal operator lo the I It-raid this hold Us party meeting at Lrturt. near I He hopes tho weather will here. I coiilinuc as it is for fcomo time, "If it' does it will mean that wo will have a very fair summer run. ISut if the big slot'lcs are not snld OLH nop.v, situuner. business tir Iho rainta will Le very j slack. That is the outlcok. and it la '.bis coal iliEtrEct." Lenine Wants Conference That Will Eclipse All Others JOBLESS IN U. S. WASHINGTON. Fet. Urging 1h! hous: rules committee to give the right of way for passage of legislation prohibiting.immigration for four years, Frank Morrison, secretary of the American Feder- ation of Labor, said that men in the United States wtre without employment; 1--------------1 Look not mournfully into the past; it cornea not back again. Wisely im- prove the present; it Is Ihino. Go 1 forth to meet the shadowy future, without fear, and with a manly ci -s- 4 FUNERALS COST TOO HIGH PRINCE ALBERT. Feb. a meeting of the Great War Veterans here last night the mat- ter of the high of funerals was discussed, and condemnation of the Undertakers' Association was expressed in resolutions. UNCONSTITUTIONAL QUEBEC, Feb. the bill proposed by J. N. mem- ber for Lolbiniere, prohibiting the marriage of first cousins was un- was the opinion of the prov'inciarlaw officers, read by Sir Lomer Gouin in the legislature yesterday when "the bill cam: up for second Beading. The premier added that he igreed with this legal ruling. ranch. Mr. Geo. E. Ewlng, former manager of'the Dank of Commerce at Tahcr, now of Fort William, was a visitor to the city today for a short time, ac- companied by J. II. Prowse and Oor- don' Hidison, ot Taher. Mr. Davis, who has recently return- ed' from crewaE, has resumed his duties Hardiuville school. Mrs. C. H. Turrie left yesterday af- ternoon lor Harwqnd, Manitoba. H. A. Allison, chairman ot the Cen- tral War Savings committee, has gone Your Baby's Health is more-precious than anything you pos- sess. Then why not be prepared in case the little attacked by cold, croup or whooping coufeh 1 For nearly half a century Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has becri tecoftfized as the best children's remedy It never fails if used according to directions, and is an absolutely safe children's remedy, as it contains no dangerous drug. Library Coupon I sfliall he glad lo fumlali Ihe following named took or books or I of. books' when callcrt lor iiy nn accredited "8 r A hulld tlic new library lo be cstfthltdlicd In tho V bu Iti- ns a of a permanent Mbrtiry wlilch U la hoped will muter- irvlize lit.tho near fnlurt.-. Xamo Street nnd No, Please clip Coupon, fUl In the blanks and forward to THE crrv.rMCHK. Cavendish, accompanied Sauhdera, who left tor EnR- nd last wceV, will return vith her eel I en cy. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Knox church ladies' nid_will meet morrow afternuon three o'clock lhe school room of Ihe churcli. Kew cmuers anil new comers in urcli vvli! bo heartily welcomed and full allenilance of nil members is rged. A3 the meeting will start romptly at 3 o'clock, collectors for giving are asketl to make ieir returns as earli1 as possible. v V A meeting of the Girls' Auxiliary as held last evening at Iho home o Irs. Tl. J. Dinning at which further Inns for the St. Valentine dance am ea which are to be held on Thur4da; nd Saturday ot nest week, were dis ussed. t The ladies of the Baptist church ar 5ked to meet at the Red Cross room n Friday from 2 to 5 p.m. for He Sross sewing. The Girl Guides of St. Cyprian' -hurch will ineel In the parish n r'riday, February 7th. All men >ers are requested to ho present. t On Friday, Feb. 21, under the au lices of the W. M. S. the junior cho ot the United church will give n sc vice of song entitled "The Missionar Hero of Labrador." There wilt nlso bo n connective reading by Mrs. Opr. don Ross and a short program of songs, recitations, elc. o NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER MEETINGS Sunlight Soap Saves Them Your woollens roust be midelo, lull RI long as ft war lime duty. Sunlight Soap is the purest and best of all liundry soaps so il's Ihe safeil its the most econ- omical became, being Jiure, it lakes to 60 the trash than common soaps, (troren clicojs sell Smdifkt, LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. Toioolo. OnL U OTTAWA. Feb. his scheme of ocalional training for the Dominion, ivolvlng federal assiKtancc to the rovlnces totalling to he xpendei during ihc ntxi ten 5 being u-ortieil out Ity the govern- nont anil wlH prcbably lie enacted urlns the cumins session. The plan s modelled somewhat on the lines ot j he recommen da liana made by Uio echnic-al education commission ap- TOintort in 1010 under the Laurler gov- ernment, but EO far !efL in abeyance. One main noint ot difference is lhati he proposed federal grants to the iirovince are made conilltional upon lieing supplenienttd by a like amount i raised by the provinces themselves. STOCKHOLM, Feb. ex- hortation from Premier Lenlne ad- dressed to all Bolshevik commit- tees >n Germany, Austria, Pofand, the Baltic provinces and Finland to convoV.t a communist confer- ence intended to eclipse both the peace conference at Paris and the Socialist conference at Berne is published by the Peircgrad news- papers. Lenine declares that the Bolshevik! alone will have the right to take the initiative at the proposed conference. WANT MORE CONTROL MEDICAL. PROFESSION j TORONTO, Feb. giving tht executive of' the On- tario Medical Council power; to discipline members of the medi csl profession without waiting un til the annual meeting or a epecTa meeting of members to be held, probably will be brought next session. A deputation of leading representing the council, waited upon .Sir. Wil- liam Hearst tcday and 'asked for the necessary legislation; LUXEMBURGERS TO VOTE ON CONSTITUTION; LUXEMBURG, Feb. The council of the grand duchy of A.UX- emburg has Introduced In' the chamber a bill providing for a ref-v erendum to decide whether the people of the grfnd duchy wish to change the form of its govern- mint to that of a republic. A proposal have the plebiscite de- termine afso if Luxemburg wishes to be politically annexed to Franc? or Belgium was struck from the measure as premature. Arrowroot Biscuit biscuit especi; The Quick ,Way Stop a Cough to Feb. lotul strcnglli gf tlic Uniteil Slales army on Novemljcr 11 when the armistice signed, anil when the American! was at its iieaV, was 'J73 officers and men, including the' marine corps on July with tlic army i In Europe. A statistical table made i nubile, "today by the war departmcnl gives this (igurc. In ritlS strength, vKili means men standing in the (ranches ready to go over the top with liio bayonet, the allied total on July I was comiwired with for tlie mans. j On November 1, when (he enemy's j reserve's hail been exhausted and his l- front lino strength reduced by about' half, liie allies hail rifle strength of. j 485.000, representing odds of un- j of '2 to 1. The table, prepared by Gen. Per- litng's stuff, showing the comparative Irength of (he armies for (he eight nonths covered, follows: Allies. 1.245.000 US2.000 1.5D Are You Losing Your Grip on Health? W. 0. t. HARDIE, Mayor. Norlll District Director, Hcv. E. .1. Hodglns. Section Mrs. Jones, 525 SI, B. N. Section Mrs. ,1. H. Dray, 1515 Hlh Ave. X. Section Mrs. Uernaltl, 1COS 3rd ih-c. N-. East District Director, nev. C. E, Cragg. Section Mrs. McI.ooJ. St. soulli. Section lira, liarr, HOC, 7th Ave. south; Mrs. Williams, 1211 5lli Ave. A. soulh. South District. Diroclor, Itev. W. K. Dafoe. Section' Mrs. Keller, 1 MS !Uh Ave. S. Section Mrs. Dalder- adn, Slh Ave. S. Central District Dircclor, Hov. C.ipt. Denoon. Thursday. Mrs. Covering, 812 3rared .it luime in just a lew t'a rhr.ip, for prompt results nvthinc rlri- yon ever tried. Usually tn'iis the ordinary ooiicti or chest cold in 21 hours, tntln plrnsant. it is pure and Rood. 1'onr 21-', iiimoca of 1'inox cents worlh) in i Ijotlk; Ihcti fill it np vith plain (rrantiulcn sucar svrup. Or 1-0 clariiitd melastM, lionry, or corn instead (if susar fiynip, if desired 'ins TOU make 10 family costinir no more Inan a Btr Th to Increue The Health and Strength of Anaemic, Run- down Men and Women 'As a result of the tremendous strain which the wir put upon so many people, the nerve cells hive become the. whole system weakened and. thousands of men and women are today losing their grip on health simply because is thinning out and possibly starving through lack of iron. U I through iron in the red coloring matter of the blood that sustain HE oxygen enters the body and enables the blood lo change. 5-.J livins tissue muscle and brain. It people would only keep tbeTr Wood filled with slrcngth-giving iron by taking Iron when they fed weak and run-down they might readily build UP heir April I Way I June 1 July 1 August 1 September 1. October 1 Xovenrtcr 1 1.IS5.000 German. ,000 1.413.000 1.3S5.000 1.22S.OOO S. 0. S- MOVEMENT COST i. i co small' Ixptlln of ready-marie syrup And as a coitfzh mwlicine, there really notht.ip littler lo bo hud at fln It cw.a ripht the spot an 'ives nnick, Idftinn relief, it proranfl cals the meirimancs thnt 1m Ihn throat and air elopa th annoying tliroat ttfklcT loo.-ens the phlegm, and foon your coujrh slopa en- tirely. Splcnilid for bronchitis, croup, whooping hronihial asthma. rinet is a concentrated com- fc-ilnrl of Xorw.-vv pine extract, for iis.ltealinff tifert on the mc-mbranei. To nsk your ilruffzifit fur fiuncca ol Pinex" witli clircclionl don't accept anjlhim' else, anarantcfd to CITC. absolute faction or money IcluailcJ, The 1'incx Co., Toronto, Oril, OTTAWA, Feb. Between February 11, and December 31, 1918, the Canada Food Board expended to promote the "soldiers of the soil" movement; viat spent In securing other labor for farm work, and for educational and Informative work, Including advertising, mak- ing a tolal of expended 'fc-r wcrk other than the genera) operation of the board. Ai a re- sult of revenue, chiefly frorri li- censes, the food board's balance sheet for 1913 shows a surplus of NORWEGIAN CABINET FORCED TO RESIGN Feb. Norwegian c'ablnet, headed by Gunnar Knudsen, has resigned. The reason giver. Is that Knud- sen's party had erased to maintain Its control of parliament. The re- signation been accepted by the'king, and speculation as to ths new ministry Include ths re- port that P. P. Bryn, Norwegian minister at Waihlngton, .will be .umed fc-relqn AUCTION SALE Thurs. Next, Feb. 6th ON THE PREMISES, 635 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP FRANK WADDINGTON FAVOURED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM DR. 0. T. WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE cflecls including: Set ol solirl oak illnins clialrs, loalher seated; Folid oak extending (lining laWc; fimwd mk buffet; spin- did DAVENPORT IN MISSION OAK; lliroc Congoleura rug.i; inls- aion oak lounsc chairs; oak china cabinet; stair cnrpcllng; cmlfon- h-r BEAUTIFUL MAHOOANV DRESSER will] iaren oval mirror; cak Hiall scat; lialt inlrror; lirass trimmed uerts complete wilh ami ivnltrcps; oak dresser and stands; refrigerator; kitchen range; very (inc CABINET TALKlNO MACHINE owl records and large quanllty of smaller Hems. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-M9 PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REOUESTED ;