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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALT> MONDAY, FEBRUARY KEGINA, SMS., Kob. the ut an act for the creation o( scholarships tor Canadian students In Paris, a bill Is belne introduced In the leslslaturo authoriilng tho lieutenant governor ia council tn grant annuall) at to such students t'r teachers, usuall} resident In Saskatchewan, as ho ma> designate (or the purpose ol assisting them to follow postgraduate courir-s of study In the city at Paris, Fraace scholarships are to bo cranlc-d on such terms and conditions as may prescribed by the llcut.euant-gover- nor In council. The 'Dill is the at o rcqsist by !ho general commissioner (or Can- ada, ia Franco that this would be (bo best war memorial to raise In honor o! Canadian soldiers who (ell In Franco Flanders. RUSSIAN WAR LOSSES PUT AT MEN, KILLED OR WOUNDED losses durtug the war killed and wounded agsrejatcd according to statistics of :he Kolchnk government. Premier Nitti Flays Reactionar- ies Who Say the Country Gained Nothing SIX DIE AS RESULT OF EATING RIPE OLIVES MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. Feb. ties attributed to poisoning due io tho eating of preserved ripe olives, served al a luncheon here last Thursday, were increased to six with tho death of Currie Ivy, 10-year-old son of V: Ivv, who was among Ihose who died oii Saturday. Mrs. Ivy, the only one of the luncheon party now alive, is re- ported in a critical condition. ItOME. Feb. Xlttl dis- cussed ihe Italian foreign policy iu the Chamber ar- Deputies Saturday, lie began hi: by asking for a F pensiop, of the. work the chamber for a lev iiys, as he had to be in Lon- don on Thursday'at a meeting of the allied premiers. the critical hour of our j said the premier, "it Is indispensable :o tell tho entire truth, even if we bavo to do so with, an aching heart. Foreign policy has an influence on horns policy and home policy on for- eign policy, so the two must harmon- ize. "My government has been accused of weakness by thoiie desiring reac- tion. Such criticisms cause- discontent and render more difficult Ihc task of thd government which' must protect the Interests of tho community with- out allowing itself to bo biased by the OPERAIION WAS lOTIECESSm Restored Her To Perfect Healih 155 FirisKAE Avr., MosssiiL. "For llireo yem, I safftrti greal pein in the lower part of my body, ivilu swelling or bloaliug. I saw a Sjictialist who said 1 must undergo AU operation. I refused. ht'ird "FniMira" a dfcittffj to try it. Tho first box giro great relief; and I continued iiio treisient. Xow my health is am freo of I give "Fruit-a-lives" my warmest Mmc. F. GAKEAU. We. trial size At all dealers or sent'postpaid Taj Fnut-a-tives Limited, Otturx. EX-KING CHARLES H.At LOTS OF COJN VTEXN'A, Feb. that former Kniperor Charles 1s financially embarrassed are denlei In'a semi-official Issued here. !t is asserted the fugitive monarch Is possessed i of a fortune severe! million kronen to which may be added the value of his own and former Empreif Zita's Jewels. NEWZEAIANDWILL The Forward Movement CANADIANS PAYING TOO HIGH FOR LUMBER OWING TO U. S. EXPORT SASKATOON', Feb. ander McOwaii. reeve of Canwood rural municipality, believes that lum her companies In Canada, those who arc clearing the forests, are sacrificing ihe interests ot Canadians for the sake ot getting a bisger price in the United Stales. In an Interview Mr. JlcOwan de- clared that "thfre Is absolutely no re- lationship between tho cost ot lumber production and the retail price loathe consumer." Continuing, ho maintain- ed that it does not cost more than. a thousand to get lumber out of the bush. NMM Made But Largely Used U.S. Imports DID BCL8HHS GET HIM! MASS ACTION AND INDIVIDUALS (Uy J. K. Middlcton.) One secret of the- success obtained by lha Rotary Club is lhat airmem- uers must attend the meetings. Only excuses for iseivattendance arc tolerated; sickness or absence from the city. A member, who Is too busy, or loo careless, or too forgetful, is quietly dropped from the roll, and his former club mutes regard his passing TERRORISTS BUSY IS MADRID MADRID, Feb. terrorist cam- paign, similar to that in Barcelona, appears to have started ia Madrid. Three uneiuloded' bombs were found by tho police Saturday. H callhy teeth live in diseased tissue. Giim-, tainted pyorrhea are dangerously diseased. For only teeih are affected, but Pyoirhea' germs into the body, lower its vitality ard cause many ills. ftorrhca begins with tender and bleedir.g gums. Then the gums recede, tile teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or mmt be extracted to rid the system of tha poisonous germs that breed in jackets about them. Four out of five people over forty have this disease. But yeu need not have it. Visit your dentist often for tooth and gam inspection. iPyoirhea away by using Foihan's For the Gums. Forhan'sFor The GumsTriflprevent its used in time and used consistently. Ordinary den'ofrices cannot do this. Forhin's keeps'trie guna hard and healthy, tie teeth white and clean. If' enter the war, rentier now- the worst possible, service to the war by saying that we obtained nothing. We must rpniember that almost all Italians who "desired war asked only for Trent and Trieste. It fs therefore a mistake io say that nothing was obtained when our terms are more than satisfied." mosfSted that we There is a distinguished choral society iu Toronto known'as the Mendelssohn Choir. One of its rules relates to attendance at rehearsals. A member who absents himself or her- seit without just cause, gets a warn- ing. If the offence is repealed, ho or she gets the bounce. Perhaps, .that expression is too active in Its sign! ficapce. The member Is not specific- ally excluded, he is merely no longer admitted. The conductor is supposed (one assumes) lo forget lhat indivi- dual. Even it his name is mentioned (one imagines) the secretary'is sup- posed to knit his brow and say testi- ly, "Where have 1 heard that name llass action of any sort is ineffec- tive and wearisome unless all indivi duals composing..the-mass, come re- gularly and promptly (p the.irieetiug place. What about ihV congregation with 1000 members wil have an attendance on Sunday morn People's Forum you have tender or bleeding st-atuung it today. If gum-shrinkage has already set in, use Forhan's accord- ing to directions, and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment. C3c and 60c tubes in Carada and U. S. If your druggist canriot'supply you send to us direct and ws will mail tube postpaid. FOKH.WS, -LTD, Montrtol OTTAWA. Feb. Canadian 'the last five years Cantlda has exported horses, sheep and .swine, according tb a state- ment furnished by the department ot can be erported Irom this country unless ac- coTnpanled. by.a. certificate ot health issued by'the health of animals branch tf. this department If any serious -ou ioun disease should it impossible for these heaith certifi- cates to be issued, a very serious situ- s.wi would develop in our large and uVcr-increasingly Important livestock eiiwrt trade. The value of the ser- vice to Canada given by tho health of animals branch is demonstrated by Hie fact that for many y'ears the more serious contagious livestock diseases, such as the foot and mouth diseaso I and glaJifters, have bawi entirely or al. Iciest entirely non-existent in Can- ada..-..'.' ing of.tiOO and at night perhaps'. 500 mauy of them present being hqh-ntem bcrs. A Where are the thousand? Ereryoni knows, some are "too tired." Somi say the weather is wrong'. 'ii either too hotvor loo cold, too wind} or too calm, too wet 'or too dry. Soini talk about "cooking a ariw Sir, .-whether U be Dominion, provincial thero should be some scheme, whereby-; legitimate jiome-builders could get .reasonable loans giving a fair margin of security to the lender and if.it be government or any olher scheme, it should.be run on striclly cost basis to eliminate any chance Any .benefits there ,-would be in connection with same should BO to the borrower, who is struggling to better hi in soli and who in turn becomes the right kind of citizen. Further it would greatly help the building industry in this province, also encourage those -who have capital to build, if an embargo -was placed or, lumber, the outlook would not be so serious. Trusting you will find space for these few remarks. Yours truly, W. J. Williams, 1245 5th Ave., S. WIXNIPEC. Man.. Feb. change conditions are causing Zealand to support British manufac- turers in preference to others, accord Ing to W. F. Hj slop and II. Jackson of Xeiv Zealand, who arq in Winnipeg re route to their homeland. English money! is used In New Zealand, theyi pointed out, and gets Us full valve only in tus British Isles. Mr. Jackson) left home In May, 3919, to purchasej automobiles for tie New Zealand gov-j frnraent, and has visited factories In Italy, France and England, while Mr. Hyslop, an importer of has surveyed these ftelda and also Belgium Germany. No automo- biles Ere manufactured ?n New' Hea- and) they said, as it la sparsely set- ed and primarily farming country ut cars are widely esel. Most of _-_a imported hare been from the nited States but ihe rata of ox- hange is now forty per cent, against aid by tie Germans was a great help and there was no labor unrest as the. workmeh seemed auxlous to get back ;o work and help the manufacturers The motor industry there was Hour ishing, said Mr. Hyslop.' There had been little trouble about soldiers re- TORO.NTO, are being made as to the aafety of H, R. Pousette, acting Cana- dlan trade commissioner at Vladivostok, With tho v recent advances ot Bolshevik forcei there, .there is naturally some t apprehension. No oftl- clal word, has bwu 4 from Mr, Poiuelle for" little time.' But thii, it in thought, may be due to dlrti- cuHiet'Ot communication. PARIS, JOfivSUTb will soon accept tte profCMd; compromise (or a- Mttlemat of ariilne oat of duwocHioa territories alone ikon Adriatic Sea, according to dispatch to -the Echo BELA KUK ILL VIENNA, Keb. KUB. the former Humariin Conamanlil dlctttor Is suffering from acute Mthma. In cncsequence of KU >3 has been romovel .from the InUshssient eimp at KarUtehrto a mlllUry, Which Were in Arc Being Well Treated Say the Reds establlshnient In New Zealand, they thought, arid little unemployment to those who wanted' work, however there was the same tendency there a In Canada for people to congregate in the cities, and one of the problem was "to induce them work in th count ROSS WINS AGAIN MELBOURNE. Feb. Ross, the American swimmer, toda defeated F. B. in a clos rato for the 220-yard swimming cham pionEhip ot Victoria. Tho time 2.3S 1-5, which is a new Australian re ord for the dsltance. COPENHAGEN, Feb. Britiih, French and Italian missions -in Siberia have been captured'by.the They are being treated, zc- cording to a inesuge M. Litvin- off, Bolsheviki 'representative Trotsky, the Soviet war Just what mlssIo'nR arc referred to u the Copenhagen dispatch fa not nown. The arrival at Harbin, Man- lurla, of the British, French and Jap- ueso diplomatic staffs was related in London dispatch on January A hlla, Siberia, dispatch of January 9, reported the. capture bj- the Bol- heviki of R party of United States en- Ineers and Red Cross worVers, while London Dally Mail dispatch of Ja'n- ary 30, dated Hafbln, reported the apture ot 'oight United States and two British officers west of Irkutsk. Henry Ford, in discussing liis new Easollne street says fuel can be obtained by eitracttng alcohol from straw or fruit in casa of oil shortage CM fetfe drpai hntfli appcuucc and MENNIVS CXEA1C It of MfrutH voA Shave With Cuticura The New Without AT YOUR BEST Keiep your body nourished, it means blood red and pure and efficient, buoyant health. logical 16 protect your strength with scorn EMULSION is tonic-nourishing virtues mpait vigor to every part You may depend upon the abundant, nourishing properties of to Vw protect strength. BLOOD POISONING Every Possible Effort Is Be- in? Made In Affected Lo- calities To Stop Further Spread of Disease. OUNCE OF PREVENTION WORTH POUND OF CURE Persons Who Catch Colds Easily and Who Are' In Run-down Condition in Greatest Danger. Influenza continues to spread; nnd tno diseass Is How prevalent many sections of tho country. It has baffled the mcdicnl skill to tin unusual extent, and it has been hald In check In most local- ......._ ........_.......____ itles St has gotten boyond control In ing tonic for persons who are suffer- others. Tho germ has eluded bacleri-, Ing from Uie after-effects of coMs, ologists, and medical men now agrea'influenza, ordlnarj' Orlppa, and bron- that the besl curj Is prnvntion. Icblal troubles, and hundreds of tliou- Eon's'who aro in rolmsl health, anil if I arc In a generally run-doivn con- litlon ainil below' normal weight this phould be heeded promptly If you arc in tills condition nothing on enrth will huild-ycu up and strength. ,n you like Tanlac, which contains the most powerful tonic properties known to science. ,As a reconstructive ionic nd system builder It IB without an equal and contains Ilia very elements aceded by -the system to p.lvs you fighting strength lo word oft disease germs. This is a statement of fact and supported by Iho recognized author- ities anil reference works including tlu U. S, Disriensnlory, the Encyclopaedia Hritanica, anil, also by tlio standard text books used In llie schools of mccl ictno. This statement is further prov cm by the fact that millions of per sons who have actually taken Taniuc havn iesKfieit1 to Its extraordinHr; merit as- a modlclnc and by tho fact Tanlao is 'today having tho largest sale of apy toiHti on tho American market Tanlao Is also nn Ideal atrenglhen Fuel Research Board Constitut- Research Will Also Be Furthered How often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from 'the neglect of a slight scratch or little cut! Ha'm- Im s izard Oi! is 3 safe and effec- tive first aid treatment It is a pow- erful antiseptic and-should be ap- plied immediately to wounds of.tliii kind.to prevent danger of infection it is soothing and healinr and quickly drives out pain and inflam- mation in c.iscs of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, biles and stings. Just as -el.-ablc, loo, for stiff neck, sore feet cold sores, canker sores, earache and toothache. Get ii from druggist: for 50 cents. It no! aatisiicd return (he bottle and your money back. I'-yer constipated or have oick headache ,rj, Liver Whips, nlcasani liltlc pink pills, Ouaraiu.cd. The prevention is lo build up thn btidlly powori of and In get the system Into Iho host l condition s. It Is now uni- versally agreed that It la posfllblo to perfect tho powers of of the human sjsleoi so that It can throw off almoft any Infection, not eifepllng Influeim. it has that persons m'tio aro weak and run-down aro more fuscejUUe to Iho disease than p 3 disc sands aro H daily with most gratlfyins ryults. In connection with the Tanlac treat- ment -It ia very important to koep the bowels open by taking Tanlac. Laxa- tive Tabloia, samples ot which nro en- closed with every bottle ot Tanlac Bold in by John IllgincothBm Co.; In Coal- hurst by Diamond Drue Stationery Store, and_ln Warner hy Mrs. N. Der- iVdvertlBemcii' Is a good timer-to see .-About disposing PELTS and FURi A strong market prevails at Get our any quantity. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS ANB FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 STREET S. P.O. BOX 5 OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian research council has ap- pointed an air research commission with a membership of four, with a largo association throughout Uio minion.'to adviso and co-orerato willi the air board ot ihe Dominion on tho lilies of (eccarch lo develop aeronaul- ics in Cnnada. This commission will report on the possibilities for this work which may be found tit various centrOR In tho Dominion and it will undertake. Investigations' Independent- ly also. Tho 'fuel research board to stand- ardize the cpals of Alberta hfiB been fully constituted and Iho work will bo carric'd out in all probability under tho auspices ot tho University ot Al druggist convenient tab- berlft at, Edmonton, oi form. Committees were also appoinlcd by HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. CARRUTHERS 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 595 1251 2nd AvnueS; Lethbridfe, Alia. excessive thinness might b3 aUrihuted tn various and subtle causes In different Imlvlduals, It ts a well- known tact lhat tho lack of phorous In iho human system is very largely responsible for th'is condition, it seems to lie well cslabllshed that this deficiency In phosphorous niny now be mot by tho use of Hiiro- Phosphate, which can ho otilalnc'l from Iho council at iu.meeling hero on food research, "physics and engineering. The first named committeo is lo in- .vestigatc, among other things, tho character and action ol tho so-called uvita mines which arc now known to piny such an important part in Iho human diet. The council lias made arrangements to discuss with the authorities of Queen's, Laval, Dalhouslo and Mani- toba universities tho measures which may bo necessary to' promofo ad- vanced scientific education find re In many Instances the assimilation ot this phnspiiftle by the nervo tissue soon produces a welcome nerve tension rtlSappcars, vigor strength replp.ce wciikness and luck of energy anil the whole body loses Its ugly hollows and abrupt angles, be- coming enveloped In a glow ot ported health and beauty and tho will ami strength to be up and doing. White Bltro-Phospbate unsurpassed for the rsllet of ner- vousness, general debility, etc., thoso taking tt rf6 not desire to put on flesh should 11.10 cjtra in avoid- ing fal-procliiduj Advert. i 8 15 22 9 16 10 11 18 12 19 13 20 14 21 28 Make the We'll Deliver the re in a JIT You want tint particular Job out "right wniil It nicely printed and you went 11 Jf you would bo thoroughly satisfied, 'take it to a printing Jiouso _lhat bus a reputation for promptness nnd good work. j JJ Wo bollevc that anything worth at oil is worth doing well. More than bolleve In .doing work promptly and a "little better than seems necessary." THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD V. T. nOBINS, SUPT. JOB PRINTING DBPT, ;