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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THUttStfAY, FEBRUARY (TVon. Our Own Corrtipand ORION, Fe-b. lor.al delegates to.fue XV F- A. convention at Calgary arrived hero on the return Journey January 27tb. ThG Ladles' A'd si Mr. and Mrs. H. Pecfc on Wednesday tho 2Sth 6( January. Tbero was a good muster ol ladies present at the meet- ing. After Iho blizzards and storms we iro agati having a few days o" mod- erate which will help the win- ter along aiid will also be bcneftclal to tho'cattle and horses out on the ran go. There has been a fow esses of sick- ness ti the district. Mrs. Beattle is recovering from an attack ol Mrs. Paul! has gone to Saskatch- ewan to visit her brother who has been sicfe for somo ilmo and his con- Jlilon Is sorlous. Tho fino weather last Saturday in-' fluced ft large number oT members ot the local U. P. A. to meet at Orion for the purpose cf bearing tho reports ot Iho delegates, which wero sen; this local to tho convention. There G. A. MARSHALL Who has been elected president ol the Canadian Association ot British Manufacturers. Constipation and Sluggish Liver Dont take chances. Get Carter's Little Liver Fllli right now. They never fail tn make the liver do its duty. They. relieve constipa- tion, banish in- digestion, driveout ousness, stop A dizziness, dear the com- ___ plejaon, put a healthy glow on the cheek and sparkle in the cyfc Be sure and get the genuine. Snail SaaB Price were about seventy at tho meeting, j Trhlch was held In, tho old and Thompson store. The president, Mr. J. W, Em Hey in the-chair. Tho first part ol the meeting was tak- en up with reference to straw and hay which had been ordered some time ago had not been dcilveVed. H appeared that there Is a little diffi- culty about havltrg straw shipped, in from district where weeds ara preval- ent. The two 'jara are expected soon. BarUett pave an account of the convention meetings 'especially those dealing with, the political side ot the farmers movement, informing the meeting that the political part ot tho U.'P. A. had not worked quite (From Our Own OXE FOUR, Feb. K. .Coffee thai returned from Calgary and other points In the north, and he llkea I the south better. I Alex. Lindsay lost a valcable young steer tbat he his been wintering cars- 'fully. A colt kicked II on the head, causing almost Instant defcth, August tired ol waiting for a threshing machine, bought himself n small outfit, and Is busy threshing his own wheat.' He will also do the be- latej threshing for the district when- ever tho weather and the watery gaso- t lene penult. I At the IT. F. A. meeting held Satur- day n road committee, consisting of Messrs. X. Current, James Mac- [lain and Samuel Cross, was appointed "o look after road work for this dis- trict during 1920. Tho past two weeks have given us a variable spell of >vllh s'mrms and cold weather prevailing, and tho settlers are reporting many narrow eicapes. T. I.. Duncan started for Sase Creek on the ISth but when out three or four miles a blizzard fell on him that ob- literated Iho trails and shut off allj view. He. turned and headed Into the storm and succeeded In getting homo with a frozen face. J. 11. Maynard started from the coal mine in a storm but Instead of reaching home ho land- ed-against a fence five miles north- east ol uis own ylHce, and by follow- ing the fence- two miles south reached BLUE RIBBON smoothly as they would have liked, aiid in future b'oth parties will work under one organization, MeJiclnc lint constituency sent ISO .olegates tiu tho U. P. A. convention. All the officers he said had been re- elected and a very largo Increase In id, locals and members had been made i during' 1915. Medicine Hat having come out-well In increase of both loc- and membership. Jlr. Bartlett answered several, who M. CARTER'S HOT POLS, Nature1! great and blood tonic for ABtvrfa, RtifmMttm, Stttfttssafss and female WealoMW. H. MONTAGU DONNER Anglo-Finnish poet, who is lectur- ing in Canada on "The Republic ot Finland." Skin Tortured Babies Sleep Mothers Rest After Cuticura asked questions relating to his report of Ihe doings at the convention, some also who had mistaken Ideas on the political part ot tho report wore an- swered. Mr. J. W. Smiley !n his report men- tioned that there were 1386 delegates present at the convention. He also spoke of a report wV.ch. was to, the ef- fect that the Grain Growers Guiile was under tho control of Clifford Sif- ton. BuV the' editor o! (he Uulde, Mr. G. F. Chinman, was to hand with'the information that the Guide had not changed hands and was still owned by. the farmers and their organization si- Mr. Smiley also attended a meeting in the Interests, of cooperative trad- ing: for farmers.. He. also gave the 'meeting.' Information, 'regarding the hufnrti- Ihe1 convention; One to reduce the number of dele- gates was lost. And one to Increase the membership fee -was also lost. The U. P. A. aqng was also men- tioned by him, Imt our local delegates dirt not accept the hint that we would like to hear them sing !t. A vote of thanks was given to tlio delegates for the very interesting re- ports given to the meeting here. a neighbors, where'ho put up. Later Maynard and C. W." Trainer started from the Stark ranch' with a load of hay for the latter.- A blizzard blew over, [he load, so they-nnhiiched, took off tho harness and thrmjd the horses Into tho load and took the trail on fool. They were both badly frost bit- ten when they reacbed Trainer's Samuel Cross the mall carrier has been ns Gailly plagued as anybody. His trip runs from Manyherries, through Comey and One Four to Sage Crsek and a Chinook or a snow storm is liable to altect one part cf the route and not another so that ho never knows whether to start out with a wagon or a sleigh and.often has- to borrow either along the road. Are your gums tender? Do they -fcleed when brushed? lor Pyorrhca. .ThisdiscaseoftheBums.whicham'icts four out of five people over forty, not only destroys the teeth, but ofttn. TiTects the health, In Pyorrhea, the gums become .spongy, then recede; (he teeth decay, lotKcn, and fall must be ex- .traded to rid the system of the infect- ing Pyorrhea germs which breed in pockets about them. These, germs low- cr the body's vitality and cause many diseases. You can keep Pyorrhea away. Visit your dentist often for tooth end gum inspection, and Forhan's For the Gums. Forhan's For the Guma prevents checks its progress, if used in time and ustd consistently Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's keeps the (jura3 firm and teeth white and clcnn. Start it today. If your gurns have receded, tue Forhan's according :lp directions, and consult a dentist fcn- mediatelyIcrspecial treatment. 35c and GOc tubes in Canada and If your druggist cannot supply yois, send to us direct and we will mail lube postpaid. .FQPJIAN'S, LTD., Montreal It was arranged tbat the local U. F. A. litre chosen bcl' Abolished, LOAN IN SMS Will Also Raise Loan in G.-B. in Hope 6f, Exchange PARIS, Feb. portion "of the new French, loan wilj he floated: in the. United -States through av conaer tlum of banker in dollars with a view to easing the cichange situation, it is learned here These bonds will bear 5 per cen.t. In tcrest, as in France, being redeem ;tage a debate, the subject with rer cent, bonus, Ing, "That Party Politics bo years. It is imuerstood the amount of captains for the_ affirma _ live and negative have hceii chosen and tho fight will come off on Monday evening, February 'I6lh. Siiteen years ago a man put away in his cellar 40 quarts and three demijohns of rare old The other night he had a dinner party, and intended to sur- prise tho guests with a rare old nip. bonds to be placed in the Unitec States has not fixed ns estimates British Watching Efforts Being Made to Pioneer New 'Air Route The best tea packed in Canada, can be bought for 75c per pound Why pay more People's Forum RE FIVE SUNDAYS IN FEBRUARY Editor, Letibridje Herald: correspondent, Jlr. Car. tic, la quite correct in the" h good work, uellere tbat anything worth doing at all Is worth J doing well. More than nollcvo In doinj: work promptly and a "little teller than seems neeeisaiy." THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD F. T. KOlilNS, SUPT. JOB pmSTINO DEl'T. ;