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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LCTimniDfiR DAILY HKRALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY G, 19-JO Two LoeaU Flats Reclamation (FrArn Owo OrtunoMJfit) j CHESTOX. B.C.. Feb. Uni-! (ed Farmers' irovFiEent has taXeti a etronj grip on tbo SErlsulturaltatf of i Crwton valley. Alreadr there sure two locate ID existence at Caujon unu j Creston and a thini will be formeil 'it Wynndel on EAlnrday nisht. Both; the Creates aad raayoti locals have j thirty jneinters eocb, aud at i effort Is now betas ma-le to organise of the B.C. fanu wo- men. Tho Creston local demonstrat- ed that It out tor community ef- fort well a? for provincial political action by homing a committee at Its organization meeting 10 cooperate- like committees from other bodies to gel OD witli the work of arectlng tie Valley school districts futo a rand municlriUty. vV. V. Jack- heada Orwron local, while John Wood Is president of the Canyon branch. Tho annual meeting of Creston Val- ley Association was held op FridiT ijlght, when the annual re- vorts were submitted and adopted and 19K> oificers elected! Deeplte tit iraret possibra weather on tao two days ot tio 1919 exhibition the. asso- ciation DK-t all tis financial obliga- tions la connexion -vrlth tile fair and ramo within fJOO of paying'in full for the modem 50 by 100 foot new inaiii bulMinB'erected. Tho'seven'directors are Mesdames Cook and Maxwell, C. O. Jav Cook, Gil? Geo. Johnson.ind; W. X. Jackson. Tho soldier settlement area at The Value of Saving All succcsiful began by saving. Later, perhaps, they invested, bin they first to accumul- ate capital. SIR HENRY K. EGAtJ Who handed In his lestgnation as chairman' of the Ottawa Improve- ment Commission, %nd also as a mem- ber of that body. there.if nothing no healing Zam-Duk. Thi> great herbal balm allays Inflammation, draws out- reduces swelling.' Those who have once, iiscd Zam-Buk for the treatment .of winter ailments say theywould no other ar'-exper.Ience proves that nothing can Zam-lJu'. for chapped hands, cold sores, cold cricks and His also jnvainabte for all skin injuries and diseases.' ;AU stores, or Toronto. 3'for Send lie. stamp {or postage on free trial box. Lister, which has been In charge- ot Col. Fred Lister since its inception last is now In charge of Rowburry who assumed charge on Sunday. Col. Lister has resigned In order to go lufo business for himself. Col. Davlos of Ihe land settlement board was here on an inspection trip to "the camp last wee'tf, and speaks highly of of the 100 j tnen1 now there becoming excellent agriculturists. E. C. Hunt Kelson, provincial is hero this week con- ducting a pruning _schpol fur which there fs'the'full quota of twelve cau- dldatea. number of the soldler- ,ht "lister tire among those .course. Many of the or. charrtist: are also well along with the spring pruning, and report tho Irees to have 'Wintered well, end showing excellent, prospects ot bearing well this yaar............ The Wotten's lurtitnta had a special toeetirig Saturday afternoon to hfar an -address-from '.Misi'diarraera of Thrums, who spoke on the good wort the, Institute's advisory board Iras accomplished ami urged the Cres- ton Institute to (io what it could to preyon! tho provincial government dispensing with.ihe_BOTvlcos ot this adjunct to institute effort. The mem- bers linnnlmouslj- endorsed tho co- operative library scheme and named Mesdames- -Lync- -and Hamilton as their committee to assist with like committees frdni the board of trade, Uuited Farmers and school'board (o get the library way. C. a Garland is at Trail this week the annual convention of the As- sociated-Boards of Trade ot Eastern B.C., as representative from tho Ores- ton .hoard: 'As in former years th3 local board is submitting but one re- olutlon which calls upon tie B.C. to hand over the Koot- enay Flats area to the fensral authori- ties for' reclamation .and settlement under Ihe-lerms of the Solcier Sottio- nrent act: foot of snow wfticli tho Valley vrufi favored with a week ngo is about all gone again, and wheels are ugalu in use. In the co'imtry districts It is Jioldlug; out a little better than in towu, with tho Canyon Cily Lumber COL employing 'every available tfflm on their log haul. The firtt siep to- wirdj svetiih is to open d Savings Ac- count. The second is to save rejulirly. Come in and ask about our jim convenient, Stving: Accounts. Interest compounded every six months soon amounts up. THE BAIW OF SCOTIfi Board Orders Rev. to Ruff Military Hospital For Treatment (Continued from Front Page) Justin H. l-jdwards, accountant in the Bank of Toronto branch at Barrie, died unexpectedly. 'Tape's Diapepsin" relieves Sour, Gassy, Acid i Stomachs at wajlingl Read. I Yoor stomach will .feel Xc? When your meals don't III anrf JT3H feel uncomfortable, yon held1- gases, acfiis br ralso sour tindi- get-tai food.-When :you feel lumps ol heartburn or-head- RCho .from acidity, just cat :i tablel ot harmless and reliable Papo's Dia- and tbe stomach distress is gone. MillioX's ot people know the magic Pape's Dlapspsln as on antacid. They know that most indigestion anil disordered stomach are from acidity. The reiief conies riulukly, no'dlsap polntment! tape's Dlapcnsin tastes like candy nncl a boi ot this ivorid- famoiis iiiiilgcstion relief costs so little at dnig etores. rape's Diapep- sin will regulate your slomach so you can eat favorite foods without transmit the list of Oermans demand- ed by the allies for trial to his govern- ment, If supported by the government, uas placed the nlllea in-somewhat of a dilemma, Is the belief of tho mod- erate Liberal press here. No event since the armistice has created such Our Own CHAMPION-, IVb. Trldl.r evening-about twenty members at tho Youni; People's Club went to Vulcan for a skating party auJ 'Tho tee proved a failure. j was' the only part ot ev.eoiag't I program that rosliied. HoweMr, all pjcasaut evening. _'- j Champion was well represented i'in Calgary list Veek. At the Si. 'Regti there were registered Miss and Darny Hummel, J. Carson and Mrv B. humaiel, F. CaMnvIl sr.d Hov. P. T.-Oook. The bctupiel resulted in a win for I Mr. Woodhull's rink for first place rand C. lies-kin's, for second.. i Tha of Rev. T. Powell during 1 tho. Tropi end proved a distinct cess. Tho services on Sunday were well attended and much enjoyed, and the on.Momlay evening was muchxftpprectated by all present. On Friday the thrcs weeks' old bsbj ot Mr. aud Sire. Clark Rhodes pasted away after short Illness..The funeral' took place on Sunilay after- noon at the local a short service, at the homo, at which Kev. T. Powell gave a short address. This week -Mr. lAldlaw and family leaves for the Knst, and tho .best wishes of their many friends will fol- low them. The Ladles'. Aid meet this-week at when all fadles are In- vited to attend. Mr. J. O. Reid made a business trip to Calgary, on Tuesday evening. Following a medical board last week the department'of soldiers' re-estab- ordered Rev. F. T. Cook to report at tho Breit Military Hos- pital at Uanff this week for treatment, During his" absence pulpit will be supplied by ministers from Caigary. it is hoped that the congregation will not fail to make a good showing for these strangers. 'Choir practice, Sun- day school and other Bervices will be carried on u usual. Watch the local paper for announcements as to pulpit supplies. .Mrs. J. expects to leave for Idaho time this for a short visit.' sensation or aroused so-much cur- losily as lo how the crisis will he''sur- mounted. Tho number and character of the names included In' the list of persons demanded proved a surprise-, and while tho newspapers of reaction- ary tendencies loudly demand the em- ployment of the strongest measures to enforce Ibe surrender of Ihe men, tho more moderate exponents of liberal opinion do not hesitate to'point to the serious difficulties facing the allies. Ths Westminster. Gazette and thei itanchester Guardian accused the! allied statesmen in the peace confer- n-ii T unce of blundering and of folly in tak- Bl11 To Women io tag n course which they say ij cal- culated lo provoke the gravest events. The Westminster Gazette frankly declares' that military: occupation ''at Germany and an attempt to take'the' desired men is as impracticable as it s for Germany to surrender them. Ou the oilier hand. It says, to waive claim to them would be an equally unaccept- able course. FIFTH AVENUE NOW A ONE-WAY STREET NBW YORK, Feb. ot lutuiooblle congestion at rush hours the police department >nnouncM to- di'jr thaTon February avenue and Park avenue. New York's (refit longitudinal motor traffic arteries, will become "oncvway A system ot towers 12 feet high on Fifth avenue, Oashlnt red, ami yellow llfhu, uuil io tho'truffle. Young womin of'Samv lu >i effort to prevent the spread ot the "flu" have orftainO a coclety, mem- bers >of vhtch ure lo r el rait from twlng until diinteV cf ihe ccldemlo hu HOW CAN WE DO IT Ws pay more ibr wheat more for labor.more fortaxes-but sells at about the same old price-very little advance on account of the war. How can wedo it? We can do itbecause "die volume of sales now readies: many millions of Biscuits per day. Considering its real food value Shredded Wheat is the cheapest food in the world today, his 100per cent wholewheat in a digestible fonn.Tiro Biscuits, with hot milk, make a-nourishin? meal forafewcents. BUILD OF BRICK Law Opposition NEW YORK, Feb. 6. unusually high tides The gale and which have QUEBEC, Feb. admission of women to the-practice of law in ihe province of Quebec liit subject of debate in the legislature yesterday. The bill to admit women to the bar, which was presented In the legislature Jthis session by Henry Miles, member for St. Lawrence-Montreal, and killed by the legislation committee, was brought np again yesterday on motion of the promoter to have the measure i considered In committee of the house. Supporting his motion to revive tho till, Mr. Miles pointed out that on previous occasions like mear.r.res had icon defeated, Mil the adverse major-! ty on one occasion was only one vote.' BRICK AND HOLLOW TILE CONSTRUCTION COSTS LESSmLUMBER SAVES-Painting Exjjense, Fuel, Insurance, Depreciation SECURE A Let us quote you ;prices. for shipment from stbck or direct frorn kilns. We have a large stock and can makerimrnediate -shipment from Lethbridge of mixed carloads of Tile, Cement .Plaster, Lime, Metal Lath, Beaver Board, Prepared Roofings, Nails, etc., J. B. TURKEY CO., Lm NOW Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity..' A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADORtSS: 320 STREET S. P.O. DOX 5' lashed the North Atlantic coast for Ihe last two days, 'accompanied by a bliz- zard which blanketed most of the ter- ritory with snow and ice, were grad- ually subsiding early today, leaving a trail of destruction and suffering in their wake. Estimates of the property damage run -well beyond the mark. A number of vessels were reported In distress ami several Long Island Sound steamers were prisoners in Ice jarus. The wireless station at New York police headquarters early today had received messages from 39 ships at st-a asking for tho location. Points along the New Jersey coast, esr-ocially Atlantic City and Sea- bright, were hardest hit. Houses were washed into the sea and towns partially Inundated. HcsorLi along the Island shore near New York ialEO wcro heavily damaged, llailroad traffic. Improved "during the morning although trains were sllll behind In tlii'lr schedules. WORLD COTTON SITUATION .UVBRl'OOI.. F'eh. W. Coiik former prcslflr-nt cf the motion ex 'change, snld today that although cot ton o' a certain grade ivap to be sen' back the Unllcil States, It was hop i cJ thai a volume of t'no atocis batirl would lin Thorp v.-f.-ulrl probably IJD a con.'tilerabln ox port i'usiness to cnnHTK-nfaT rfltlon nsfrp ho "In tills country and (in tho Mr. Conk ?alr1, "there Is sufficient cot- 1 ton. nnt only to kcop Ihe Lancashire i millf tnr six months, but lo supply all Uio needs of Northern Eur- ope." Phone 755 Builders' SuppKes and Equipment LETHBRFDGE, ALTA. 1245 Second Ave. S. The world war, he said, had furnished lew features for consideration In the matter. The status of women had changed In a wido sense. Women, generally speaking, had taken up tho work of men, not locally, hut in a world-wi-Je sense. Women were ad- mitted to other professions. Why should tab law be the only closed door to them? Women were equal to any task they undertook and It could not be held that women entering on the practice of law'would necessarily be lost to the home sphere. Dr. Orcjolrc said that tho woman should remain where providence had placed her. The French-Canadian wbiiimi, he said, would be the first lo opposr. such a measure. WANT RECOUNT OF REFERENDUM BALLOT! TORONTO, Feb. Canadian Ayrrltlrc Hrccders' Association at V-'i annual inbctlug here ycslerday, struck a scale of tm-.i for Ihe rt'Kisiiiuiyn ui licdigrccs whifh is considerably hiR'n cr Ihe sr.ile of Uil'year. The it soclatitm n resolution opposing any aticmnt nn Iho part of the Icglsla- turo of Irihnr In Inlftrfern In any way with [ho hours of farm labor, or (n upon farmers what is termed cluyllKht saving. H was point- ed out !hn.! npjriciilturc is Canrwla's basic industry and that the country's success dent-ruled upnn a prosperous and rural community. S. II. (Shannon, Cloverdalo, B. C., was elected a director. HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. TORONTO, Fob. TfC3 made heforo .tmlRc Coatatvorlh yeaierday by A. K. Xnox, on bchnlf of the Citizens' league. !.r n recount of tho ballots '-ast In connec- _ with Iho referendum on October i in Northwest Toronto and Man- tifonlin. Thn jutlgn lilq do- fjrloii, but IntimateJ there wore serfous (iliTicultiea In Iho M.iy of grant- Inrc H recount. Tta iippMrallon was AMERICAN SMOKERS SHOW AN APPALLING INCREASE WASHINGTON, Feb. In- creased use of tobacco among wo. men during 1919 was according 15 the board of tsmper- ancc, proFtibitlon and morals of the Methodist Episcopal church. The board Has 'Issued an appeal Amerlcai women "V Sun. 1 8 22 9 16 (0 [17 11 !8 12 19 -i3 20 2! 28 Make the Date We'll Deliver the re in a y 1 DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW Lethbridge Alberta Get_ acquainted with the 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 S95 1251 2nd AvnueS. Lethbridge, Alfa. Hurry! Toil, want that particular Job out "right waul it nlcoly printed and you want it quick. It you would bo thoroughly callidcd, take It to a printing-house that has a reputation for promptest and good work. tnnt anything worth doing at nil Is worth doing well. Moro lhan believe in doing work promptly and a, "littls better than seemg necessary." THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD K. T. ROBINS, SUl'T. JOB PniNTIN'G DEI'T. ;