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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN fHI UPTHWRJDCB DAILY 5 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY IW! FAILED TO ARMVE berta o nvenfckm u t The copy for anils. It it will is to- iuorpow's Herald. l at l Alliance. Instead, priwont the mrovrn- that on dwr SCHOOL TRUSTEES of TrustMfl in A. Hamil- ton an Officer V. A. Hamilton of elected a member of the of Alberta School Truitecs associa- tion at the attended by town M a to tfcft wfcooi Ward the haYA Ike to be by to a soHcitor. Triumph tar Smith ot big avwttton of scfcool trustee WM for P. tk, minister of education, who has tn a oontroTcray with tie TMchers' Alliance on this point. The coaruotion vu in K4O4 and JMMLJ a number of re- further indivi- dual control ot their school taachers by local In fact, the rtelo- gates Bjtnptoms oC eliminatics altogether tho rifcht of the to any a relative or ratepayer of tho district now provided for, from the contract. Mr. Smith, howeyer, displaying a spirit of magnanimity, intervened and sug- gested hwtead concession. to the ttachwri. For Conciliation Board The minister's proposal was that to supplement the agreement, tho re to put into effect, a hoard of ccm- cilUtion to hear and mediate special Plasters and Their Use (By It-let Mrfw, M.D.) 1800 ot the province it j cases of dispute, that could not be gary last Wm. Rae of Edmoo-1 under the form of the pre- ron is president. T. L, Kins ot Ray- mond, first Tlce-vrflildmt, and Eugene Sir of Slratimore, Mcond vica-pnii- rtwt. Other membtrl of the live are MCMTI. R. A. Macdonftld. Trochu; Power, Trochu; SiiKgett, L'oaldale; Dr. Gitlespia, Pinelwr J. J. Murray, Edmonton; and two members at large, Mrs. A. H. Raters, Fort Saskatchewan, and Win- sate, of Cayley. The truttwa rejMted twlca over ike form of contract asked by Al- "POOD'S KIDNEY PILLS MQt contract. This board, ho pro- posed be composed of three members. Two of theae would be appointed by Piasters ban always had an im- portant place in medical treatment, aud in modern medicine and surgery they have not place as effuc. Urn remedies for numerous i'ls. Tho so-called india-rubber rlimlera are es- pecially employed by medical author- ities. AG 11 iirotectivc dressing a plaster is very useful us a covering for a dis- eased area, which must-not bo irritat- ed or injured by friction or infection from outside Fourceu such as dotiliig or dust. For those parts which cannot be conveniently covered with a healing powder or aulve a plaster is inval- uable. In the same way moisture may be kept- out iu lesions. Plasters compress the tissues be- neath them and thus relieve tension and prevent undue motion of the in- j jured or diseased tissue. They also stimulate the normal functions by a sort of continuous massage, gentle pressure being one of tho important phases of treatment by massage. Thus instead of the temporary hand mas- sage -which may help the patient for a short time there is a continuous massage lasting so long as the plaster remains in place. In subduing inflammation the acon- ite or belladonna plaster is especially "So it's FRY'S" in council from lifts of names useful. When an India-rubber plaster forward by the aud the: so medicated is used the inflammation and the third would bs is reduced, because the tissues absorb named by -the department of educa- tion the board to be paid by the Korernment. Tha oonrenttoTi applauded the propoial and later, when committee on resolutions brought in gueh a plan In concrete form, the cooTcntion unanimously adopted it. Make Dtmonsiration Ja It to lure no doubt of their docnion, when the rote was taken showing the convention overwhelm- ingly oppoaad to the contract as pro- posed by Teachers' Alliance, only half-a-doian ost of thousand or so delegates voted for it. Sayi the Calgary Albertan in a re- sume of the convention resolutions "fUaolutlons were carried settiug forth that in view oE the scarcity of for rural achools the policy of curtailing- permits be not too strict- ly -dhwed to; approving the form of contract now authoriied by tho de- partment; urging that the limit on taxation for educational purposes on land la unorganized districts be ma- terially raiaed; declaring that the as- of improvements tends to discourage such improvements, and uklng that the new regulations make such assessment optional with trustees of consolidated school the dls- Each package of "Diamond Dyes' contains simple directions to dye old, faded, shabby materials whether wool, trlcts; expressing appreciation of the efforts of the department of educa- tion to secure better handling of school lands in the province, and a Dominion appropriation for educa- tion in non-English speaking dis- tricts; asking that section 131 of the school ordinance be amended so as to enable a school board to collect the approiimata cost of the education of non-resident children; approving the efforts that have been made and are cllk, linen, cotton or goods, any i belnK macle by the department to deal new, rich, fadeless color. Buy no 'witn educational problems confront- other DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. ing the province; asking that grant to consolidate districts lor conveyances cent. Fourteen resolutions dealing with Important questions of school policy, the soothing medicine. Capsicira or belladonna and capsi- cum plasters have the usual value as a compress and support like other plasters, but they also divert the flow of bioixi to the part where the coun- ter-irritation produced by the capsi- cum has been set up. This action, moreover, is continuous in its bene- ficial effect. These bella donna pas- ters, by the way, are particularly ef- fective in-relieving jam in gout and rheumatism. Plasters are not eipected to actual- ly cure disease, but they can be of great assistance, contributing to ef- ficiency and comfort during a course of medicine or surgical treatment. People's Forum PRAISE FOR THE PIERROTS Lethbridge, Feb. 7th, 1921. Editor Herald: Dear for one would like to express my appreciation of the enter- tainment given by Mr. Waddington's Pierrots last week. Why cannot the Lethbridge public have entertainments weekly of this kind. Surely people who have talents, as the members of the Pierrots, show- ed they possess, should realize that such most enjoyable evenings are really appreciated, aud that it is prac- tically their duty to use such talent for the benefit of some worthy causes, such as in aid of the Children's Shelter, also quite a sum could be realized lor the benefit of the Nurs- ing Mission, which I believe can find many channels to utilize It advant- ageously and to the benefit of Leth- bridge citizens. Speaking for myself one visit to our be increased by 60 per j picture shows of the city, is sufficient to last me a whole year, there seems a trying day in the stores or at your teaching or jTmr other duties just sip a cup of FRY'S COCOA. See how refreshing, how nourishing it is and how nicely it tones up your nerves. Its distinctive and delicious flavor will charm yon. See for yourself what a wonderfully concentrated and economical food-drink FRY'S COCOA is. Of course, remember "Nothing will do but FRY'S" so little that is instructive or uplift- ing, in any performance, I have seen were brought in by the resolutions or heard described, for several years committee and carried, many of them past. (without debate, in the space of littlt more than hour. Few of the reso- lutions had originated on the floor of the convention, and about one hun- dred, which had been turned in to the committee for consideration, had not been taken up when the hour cams for adjournment, and these were ac- cordingly referred to the executive for action. Their purport was not revealed. For the most part resolu- tions which were submitted, how- ever, were in accordance with minis- terial desires, some of them embody- ing suggestions made by Mr. Smith in his speech of the previous evening. A few centg nuys "Danderine." Af- few applications you cannot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance. There is no doubt that the mem- bers of the Pierrots are gifted and as such should use their gifts for .worthy causes, in these troublous timea. I believe there Is ample more talent in Lethbridge, and I -think those who heard the performances of last week, left the room with the wish upper- most in their minda, that they could have the opportunity of witnessing more exhibitions of our local taleut. This is the second time in the last few weeks that we have been favor- ed with concerts by Lethbridge mus- icians, and I think the attendance, on In fact, tho result of the convention I both occasions, goes to show that they was a tremendous triumph for Mr. are filling a real want in the city. Is Smith all along the line.' JU3GMENT ON MARRIAGE CASE DURIN5 THE WEEK LONDON, Feb. As- sociated privy council is expected to deliver judgment in ths Despatie-Tremblay marriage case on Friday of this week. AUCTION SALE THBRE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, ON 3RD ST. S., LETHBRIDGE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ZTH AT 2 FOLLOWING: of dapple grey mares, 5 years old, 2900 Ibs I matched team of bay mares, 6 years old, 2700 Ibs.; 1 bay ywrs old, 1500 Jbs.; 1 bay geld top, 7 old, 1250 Ibs 1 accii gvltftec, 1350 iba.; S steers, 'A months old. I'dovblo diee drill; :L MasEay-Harrls binder; 1 4-section lover 1 double disc harrow; 3 14-inrli aulky plow; 1 two-furrow pdky 1 18-inch walking plow; 3, nearly now; 1 ant 4ouble tMm heavy harness, nearly new, with brilching; u heavy double democrat harnow, nearly new. UP RESERVE. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer LWT YOUR STOCK OR GOODS YOU HAVE FOR SALE WITH J. A. SMITH, ALBERTA LOAN BLOCK, OR PHONE 1998 OR 1063. there any other way in which the pub- lic of Lethbridge could more plainly show their desire for and apprecia- tion of such most thoroughly delight- ful evenings? Thanking you for the space, I am, vcurs truly, W. TANGYE. and inflamed, the speedy and most effective treatment 13 to, now and dissolve a Peps infection-killing tablet in your mouth. Peps reach the inner tissues which are the parts actua'ly af- fffctcd in throat and chest ailments. Liquid medicines can't do this. as you breathe in the germs of throit trouble, so you must brruthe in the reraady to and these jfoi'ir.'i, before they (eel their way iulo tiio and r.hest. Theae soul h ing, gftrmicidal IV pa vapours quickly allay inflammation and soreness (hay overcome (lie hoarseness, difficulty in b walla wing, and irritating dry cough. Free from opium or other habit- forming drugs Peps ideal remedy and preventive of colill, chills, grippe, influenza and throat troubles, Beware of substitutes and tablets containing formalin which 'irritate and ia- fUme the throat and air pas sagos. All Ekimliis tasim. Me. tat SHANGHAI, Feb. follow- ing hard on the people ot the west ern world, has its Chinese women's suffrage association. The platform drafted at the opening meeting by the association composed of women educated in the schools of China and abroad is as follows Every woman may hare a right to vote. Men and women will have equal protection under the law. Girl slavery shall be prohibited. Women shall have the right .to the possession of their property, which shall be re- gistered by name. Women shall have the right to marry whom they desire! Women shall have equal vocational oppor- tunity and vocational education with men. Women shall have equal rate of wage with men. Concubinage shall be prohibited. A single stand- ard shall be maintained for men and women. Widows shall have financial recompense from the state for the care of their children. PUBLIC WORKS NEEDED TO HELP UNEMPLOYMENT TORONTO, Feb. a confer- ence in the city hall here yesterday afternoon on the question of unem- ployment in which members of the 'ederal parliament and the Ontario legislature and tho citizens' unem- ployment committee took part, it was agreed that further representations should bo made to the Dominion aud provincial governments to impress upon them the necessity of opening up public work immediately to pro- vide employment for the thousands who are out ot work in this city. Sir Edward Kemp, who took part in the conference suggested that some solution of the present deadlock on the proposed viaduct on the Toronto waterfront he arrived at It possible, so that tho construction of the viaduct might he begun without further de- lay. AH present agreed to this. Germany Knows Allies Solid On PARIS, Feb. Laurent, French ambassador to Germany, bad a long conference with Premier Brl- and yesterday. Newspapers declare they discussed the situation created in Germany by the decisions of the supreme allied council aud L'Oeuvre- understands M. Laurent believes that the more moderate minds of the Ger- man cabinet will prevail. The possibility that an answer to Narcotics Are Seized in N. Y. Taken in Raid On Gotham, Nareoties in Canada NEW YORK, Feb. a series of the allied note already has been sent ]ast nignt and early today in to Paris la mentioned by some news-itnD district skirting'Chinatown, po- papers and it IB declared the Germans jjcs and federal officers seized have been able to see in the address-! tics valued at J135.000, destroyed a es ot Premier Lloyd George and For-! moonahine still they found In opera- elgn Minister Sfor-a of Italy, that; tion and arrested 17 men. According to Dr. Carleton Simon, special deputy police commissioner, the place raided was one of the most active opiate distributing centres here, the supply of drugs coming in He said his evidence York sellers of the allies are solidly aligned in mak- ing their present demands upon Ger- many. U.S. ARMY BILL CUT AWAY DOWN f70'm' cana'da" WASHINGTON, Feb. Unit- indicated that the Ne- ll. S. FORESTS WILL ALL DISAPPEAR IN 50 YEARS BOSTON, Feb. of all the forests in the United States within half a century was predicted In an address here lust night by Har- ris A. lleynolds, secretary of the Massachusetts fcnatry association. He suggested that forest fire fight- ers use airplanes and drop chemical bombs to extiogiiih flames. By this he added, an additional twenty years might be added to the life of the woods. They WORK while you sleep" had agents In Montreal and elsa- ed States army appropriation bill, carrying approiimately the Dominion. and providing for a force of only men in 1922, was passed today by tie house and sent to the senate. ''on is quickly relieved DM Knr a to aethitjr by the UM of Or Uitse'i Kidixy- Pills DM pin a tow. 2Sc a bai, ill dealers. Chases N. S, CQAL DISPUTE NEARLY (CTTLED SYDNEY, N. S., Feb. District President Baxter of the United Mine Workers, In a statement last night aald recent conformcM between the Dominion Coal company and the min- ers' executive nwnlted in _____ ments on practically all potato In dls- tf 1 on: all dtalcrs c J LadiesKeepYourSkin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum TCZEMA Lment (or Kczeau win irriu- Uons. It rRllnvf a at oneo ami ertidu- ng when you ime Dr. Olut ally beta jkln. 'l Ointment free 11 TO IHJI Dr. H mention thli WANT LEGISLATION TO PRESERVE PARKS VANCOUVER, Feb. warning that foreign cutters are despoiling the forests of British Columbia bj' de- stroying, root and branch, all the native suppMes of the cascara sagrada bush, is being sounded by botanists and timber cruisers interested in pre- serving this valuable medicinal bark. The legislature is to be asked at the coming session to pass legislation to preserve this and other valuable harks and herbs from destruction. The caacara, referred to in botan- ical works of ton years ago as the "Pacific Coast's great gift to man- is said now to be so depleted in Oregon and Washington as the result of reckless gathering that there la no longer any to be found witbin reach of transportation. Pricr" have from two cents to more than ten cents a pound. BRITISH LONDON, Feb. are the board of trade figures for the month ot January Exports Exports of British products Ile-eiport TotM exports Excess of imports Temiskiimlng want a Jail built Halleybury, because under the prenent system all prisoner! are lent tn North Take one or two Cascaretn rtccaalon- ally to keep your liver and howtli active. When bilious, constipated, headachy, unstrung or for a cold, up- set stomach, or bad breath, nothing acts so as Children thra, too. 10, 26, CO ;