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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1926 PAGE MASTER MECHANIC GOES TO KEVELSTOKE LONDON.. ,nb.'t. a'book-Jiit Ii by Sir John Mooaih, titmi Australian Corps, front, the Manchester torlally refers to "the points which the book-had either, Jo touch or the AJijjrayaii rejection of tho original their cooperation wilh the 31st Fronch Corpvon their right In the groat bat- tle of August 8, 191S, and .their almost equally delicate relations with the Brit Ish Third Corps'which fought "on their -i: Th? Puardlau Infanlry a'i, being riion o[ hipodi. Irre'-. siatlble one day arid' 'almost 'Indolent sja other days: i-- "Sir John Monash was taking no risks with Incalculable conlinues the Guardian. "He asked Mr.iO. jnlislafc In local R. sjiwr, lias Aeen transferred to IlevelstSke, and hla place vri'J be taken py Mr. Knowles7 of that 'Mr; Twist bMn here over i year, comlnx from Medicine Hal. aid durjng that has madi-faUanlt b'sMt jopulir. His. friends and assocdaiw b( C. P. R. are loniarlng him aiid Twlsl in, the war .of dancs and social tobe at tivper'e bail this The Forward Afoygront now, 'and French will not of Bf1t-'h 4o mind a little, question the brav- i, he'lndlrectly siurgetts lj co-operation or leadership. A correct ex- pUnalloo should hire been clear to anyone vtewlag the battle.from high ground above the Somine. The Third Corps working north of the riv- er had all the most difficult ground on the battlefield (o advance The absence'of any recognition of this dif- is'1 anT Instance of one ot the wondorful Austral- SOLDIER BIGAMY. GETS S MONTHS BRAA'DON. ..-niKraal Mso, John noliiar aaJ oelS-caafet- fas Uiia iaoralig sent- inf Received Will Go Into Poo) to Be Divided liter Re. How to Make Coffee Allow otie Iicsping .tAblupoonrul; of Coffee to Mth cup, failing wOtr over the coffee. Sunnier j minutes. Let Etand a few rr.inmcj. Be sure you lire rich, an aad who fought They were, with the excep- lon ofta iBolatecl units, the great- est 'of all modern soldiers and prob- ably the greatest soldiers of all -his-. :ory, 'since no war tested troops Si severely. "They were so supreme in every other martial quality they could afforded ta pracllce generosity fri' their sqmnient on their other. COBI-. k to servo a Eli uiontia' term. Hall enlisted wllh the 181st Battal- ion, and wh-le overseas his ran away. While In Bnglai-l Hal! wooed and -won Elilh Jessia SMC'1, 'snowing his fuet wife was sill! aiiw. Upon hb I'etnrn to Canada.- liall brunsht wife number two with -him; Troubled In hU conscience, he inaile a volun- tary confession and on pleading guilty to the charje ot bigamy was sentenc- ed by Magistrate Fmser to sir month; In the common Jail. WANT PRINCE AS PRESIDENT OF THE BOXING UNION PAKIS Feb. I'rlnce of Wales has been oltered the presldency of. the International IJoiIng Union. He baa reserved hia decision. Dr. Hoare, formerly of Strath roy and other western Ontario lowns died al aged..S3; years. (Contributed fronj Church. North, Latbbrldio) Monday, Feb.' Sth, and the following rridajr the inter-Church Forward Movement will "Oo over the top" throughout Canada In an appeal tongue gainers tb.8 food together an Uikes It backwards between the pillars! ot the throat to that It can continue its journey to the stomach. j With such a mechanism In j your mouth, U l> not allow the teeth 'with, which, it Is BUrr'oup'lid to become BO decayed and damaged that many of the delicate ol the tongue are, useless. roots and sharp edged cavities CURLING OBirltut from the oul TORONTO, Feb. are num erous Inquiries -from farmers who sold their wheat as well as from farmers who aro still holding as to whether: tiey are going to bo laid K cent higher which he Canadian wheat board Is charging milk-rs for .wheat elnce January 31. memtwr'ot llje wheat board give ho following answer to this inquiry. The cash advanced payment to the Ontario nnd Quebec .re- unchanged to June SO, by Ord- er No. 7 of the board, so producer that sold his wheat last Boptember and October gets same advanced payment producer who holds WB wheat until aotd or until next May or June, the only difference being It that lha latter fti out ot pocket hit Interest, Insurance, etc., during tho time be carried his wheat. farther recov- ery 'experienced In the foreign exchange markets today on small trading. New York cable transfers were quoted al 13.33 after yesterday's close around Kalian exchange moved smartly two points to 61.CO, while exchange on Paris and Brussels also shc-wed iny. provemeul.. Reason for Pound's'Slump IXINDON, Feb. Canadian leading Canadian financ- ial autliority in London gave the Can- adian Press today 1lio following con- sidered opinion on the exchange Ques- yon: ,'rjpl think there is a. great deal of popular misconception on the sub- The premium on tho American "dollar is usually Broken ot as deiifc- ciatfon in tho'pound sterling. ;As mat- .tef-'of fact the pound sterling: repre- l- 'siinis the rest'of the world against the v! KeepYourSkin-Pores Active and Healthy With Cuticura Soap path. liilul, States ths exchange rates would be soniewbnt near normal, but the fact is practically all foreign business, and certainly all continental business is dono Ibrough London." London Press Comment Feb. cdilorial attention1 is attracted to the exchange situation' than' to the demand for the extradition1 ot the Germans.accused bPwar1 Crimes. Several discuss the situation, especially' in cotton, the suspension of imports, of which is declared in some quarters to "be an excellent example which it may be hoped other traders will follow." Elscwhero it is regarded as a dan remedy and fear is expressed Itiat its cost- will eventually fall on British consumers. Some newspapers This Soldier Kpows Whatjie'ped Him OODD'S KIDNEY PILLS CLEANED OUT HIS R.HEUMAf ISM, He found in the Old Canadian Remedy i Relief 'TriaVihc Could "'CAPH ST. OEOIiGB. N'lld., Feb. keeper of the light arid fog alarm here anil who was overseas with the Newfound land forces Is a firm, believer in Dodd's Kidney-Pills as a help for kidney dis ease and rheumatism. "For two years. L suffered from kid 7iey disease and Corned states. "1 iraa trcalcd for them .'in the hospitals in KgypL Kut it was Rre bbies Kldnoy Pills tba .cured me." lioilci's' Kidney.-1 Pills kidney reipedy. By putting the kidneys in sliav'o to strain" ail the impurities out of the blooil they remove tho urin acid, 'rheumatism. -Wilh tho kidneys-cleansing tho blood there can be no uric acid to crystallizo 15 cetta which the millers form- erly paid on .both- Ontario and Mani- toba wheat-to'the Canadian wheat board and cents ou Ontario and 05 cents Manitoba wheat' nc-'.v pay to the board, less an estim- ated allowance of five cents a bushel on the wheat carrying charges, goes Into a pool from which every produc- er holding participation certificates seta his pro rata share, according to the number of bushels cal-ied fee by his participation certificate. Thus, farmer receives -the same price for wheat .nojrriatter when it Is sold but of the paymMil to the producer differs according to the Quality of his wheat. No. 1 wheat being worth' "three cents more than No 2 and seven .cents more than No. t, etc: The whole.-object in creating the Garmdlan wheat-board -was to enable itlio producer to market bis wheat to the very best advantage possible under the adverse conditions which existed, aud to put on'an equitable basis the producer, who, owing to lack of trans- facilities, etc., was possibly not able to market hb crop to as good advantage as the producer moro fav- prably. silualed. There is, therefore. for a Peace TL membon and adherents ot the var- entering into.the movement Here will be t freat op- portnmity for people dwelling in a CarliUan land and blesaed 7.i'.s many to give evidence of tbeli' gratl- tote hi the way of a gen- erous money offering exteu- slon of the Kingdom of Canst; .The hitlon carried on during tkc ot war to-tbe end that might ihcnM be overthrown, of our soldiers gave their lives for that, now the church la making, or at leail, beglnaiEE ta make, some worlhy attempt lo establish right and right, eoasnesj In the earth. There is one simple and yet tlal condition necessary to bsr accom- plishing thta vir, that aT, rneiflbers of churches as well all wiio the church to be a great raora'. Insti- tution, tb.il every man ?jid woman, boy acd girl give themselves, In the Spirit of Chriit to thin wcri. Selflsh- If seen to be more and moro a crime end'indifference Ineicusablo.i -For one thing, this movement Is of tremendous Missionary significance. None have watched tha National church campaign in Canada with great er Interest tban the Missionaries on the foreign fields. To them tho move- ment Is the most hopeful the most prophetic event that has hitherto been known In the history of the Can- adian church. These missionaries represent in a danger W It you do not live' a for your teeth, you some regard for your tongue' and TOUT tongue cannot remain thoroughly healthy, active useful unless the teeth which surround It and'wblch are so Important In. carrying out ,the functions of the tongue, arc in place and do'tig their lull duty! Tlw balmy weather wltli'fhe tee and from preMnt I tlons there will te no draw la Wright Shield played tonight; if, how- ever, the thermos bottle drops no'w'acd 3 o'clock this after- noon enough up the lot, jiklns-will-he phooeil. and an to'get the full "down lours. iHjK have Mi ifor LhQ CplU compeUtlou, in Bontom. iKea, and Patterson. Come along wita; :at .least (iva eatrtei. A draw 'will bp-iiadeior Mouit? uight. wh'at W'iean'. etc., you know their persons the loftiest aspiration! ol the church and.the mightiest hopes of.the human race. How can they succeed unless the church at home backs thsm up? iThe United Church of North Leth- Bridge will give Its people an oppor- tunity next week, the week ot the Fin- ancial campaign In all Canada, to give liberally of their means towards thii special Peace and Thank Offering. n.o'jincreasea pk'yment.to the farmer. lino antiseptic, are both bcnehcial and pleasant lo any man's face after shaving. ..Be-i-is for. men faille-. .'V, it ii nealral- do'can't slioir t-is In the muscles and cause those eicruifT- call upon the public to. buy as American goods as possible, remark- ing that Ihero arc many ili'-iSd Im- ported, from America that could ,be easily dispensed wllh temporarily, it being pointed" oul that whisky, canned i fruits, vegetables, goltl- balls-and motor cars ar.o all in .legory. They have figured couspic-1 msly in recent trans-Atlantic Im-j drls, The 'doctrine calling for IncreiE.cO production' and universal economy is [am'.Vir'onglV preached, Journals .T6-. crating the assertion that public nd private expenditures continue on 'sc'alft which, If continued, must lea.l financial disaster. aling pains known as rheumatism. Ask your neighbors about Dodd's Kidney OUCH! Comfort Feet That ttch And Bum Tor tired, Klniig.irrHiited, hehilif irarm btths wfth Culkura SojpfollOT by gentle tpplicitioM, of Cutlcaa 0 mint "re 2fc, Ointniciif 91 and We. Sole IhrnuilhoiitlVTJominlon. Si. f Mmlml. LIH CORNS OFF D WIN'.NIi'iXJ, Feb. Canadian J. Dlxon, M. L. A., accuset if fmlillshlnE seditious bin elimination of Mayor Charles K Oray al the opening of Iho Irlal to lay. Mr. nlxon (jiieslloned Iho mayor n detail concerning.Iho "silent par ide." During tho examination boll jounsel for Ihe crown and Mr. Jusflci (Jail hnjceled to questions aa being apart from tho present proceedings The objection, however, did not do velop Into a sustained objection-by Ihi crown nnd Mr. Dlxon continued hi examination. Following question upon tho rio matter, Mr. Dixon (nieslioned th mayor as to tho various meetings the clly council and other bodies ilur ing tho general strike. He naked th ninynr If at one of tho meetings ho ha licanl.-Ai J.-Andrews nay thai "Iher bo, legislation making collecllv biifga'inWcioniiJUbory, providing ttrn Aymp'alhetlo'strikes would be Illegn and violation of (he law a criminal o fence." t 'The mayor could not remember th! saying ho attonilod numerous meeting at-Ibis time." TEETH By Ufa P. McGee. M.D., D.D.S. YOUR TONQUE OTTAWA, Feb. o 'the accounts for the upkesp of sold iers overseas as reported today shov a heavy increiise in the Dominion deb in .The .Increase amounte to no-less in JsiiOir as compared increase of ?32 registered during January o liast year. The total net debt nov stands atSl.SOO.H'C.IGS, War expend turo on capital account, during Jan lia'ry amounted as com afed with. In January Tlie increase: is dus to th ame cause as the increase in the ne ebt So far as onliimry revenues and R endltures were concerned there was urlng the month an increase in rev- inue and a decrease in expenditure, 'ho figures are: Ordinary expen- 1320 diture jrdlnary 'vev- enue For the len monlh period ending Jnnuary 31, the returns 19ZO Ordinary ex- penditure Ordinary rev-- enue The increase In revenue wns-main ly in customs, excise and under tho miscellaneous. The las named comprises lanes on business profils, income, nnd djrcct taxes ernliy. if you were asked, the Question, Is the busiest.thing In Ihc uiman you would, of course, promptly answer "the be- cause It Is the busiest little thing. Tour tongue has so many niuscle-fibres ,n its composition that 'each anatomist has a different count on. the number ot muscles that it contains. The tongue is very richly supplied with.blood vessels 'and_ cnnspsicntly it would'be a. very to have Infected. Tha tongue Is' fre- quently atso the, seat of cancer, due to chronic irritation. Without tha tongue it would be very difficult for you to speak so that you could be understood, and almost equally difficult to handle your food. The action of the tonguo is most remarkable. In singing and In speaking and in ImitaUmrthc sounds that we hear, the tongue automatically controls the volume of nir and inoulds the sound 'that.conies from the vocal chords; It makes contact with th'c various teeth and with the roof of the CALIFORNIA'S BEST FRUITS Enjoy the finest of the the Winter months. "Green plunW1 Fnnls a'ri clean, whole- some and them to-day. reaches, Prunes, Apricots, Muscatel Raisins, Swdlc-ES Kaisins and 5-lb. cartons from your Grocer. CAIIPOHNIA TO VOU WrrSOUT TOCCi Or HUMAN HANDS." Not Aspirin at (tie Bayer'Cross'; v moulh with greater precision than the r.iost famous violinist flngera his itrings. When it comes down to eat- ing, the tongue automatically receives the food, helps to take care of the sen- sation of taste, distributing the food to the. proper teeth lo mnstlcate It, ihe food in place while it Is be- ng chewed, acts as an automatic con- to carry the food from one parl of the mquth lo another, and finally, vhen the time conies to swallow it tho 'Stcisns for over nine made- in Canid Hhcurhatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neu- ritis, take Aspirin marked with the name "Bsycr" or you are not, taking Aspirin nt all. Accept oniy "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" in an unbroken "ilayer" There is hard corn, soft corn, or corn between .Mm lors, and cnlliisrs. wilhoiit sore jicss at Died Ihe clly nn February 6tli at. dim Jth Avo. .S. Thercaa, beloved o't Funeral will taki place from 61 Monday at iittdijjirocec-d lo SI Patrick's vwlll I. ..I: In SI. Pat sung by Kev, termWit will rick's For Influenza and as s rrcvoiiafive, tak6 l.AX. TIVFJ nitOMO'QlflXljNE TAni.BTf i.ooX for K. GKOVI7S signature o the. box. 30U. LETHBRIDGE M0TEL SUNDAY NIGHT DINNER From 6 to 8 Price, 75c Blue Points on Half Shell Cream of Tom.ilo au Craulons HORS D'OEUVRES SOUPS FISH Home Made Sweet Pickles Consornme Royale Boiled Salmon, Cardinal Sauce Fillet ol White Fish, a I'Horly ENTREES Sirloin Steak, Bordelaisc Sattcc Chicken Rallies, a [rt Boston Cresm Puffs, Whipped Cream SALAD Fruit Salad, Yacht Dreislng ROASTS PrimVRIbs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding fluffed Young Turkey, Currant Jelly VEGETABLES Boiied or Sc.illopeil Polalots Sug.ir Corn in Butter. DESSERT Apple Pie, Canadian Cheese Boston Cream Pie Rasoberrv Whipped Crearrt Assorted Fruits Raspberry Whlpptii Crearrt Angel Food Cake Tea Coffee ;