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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAfiEWNfe pay high prices for tea when BLUE RIBBON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought per 62 PERSONAL Mrs. B. A. pwart wlinhdt be at home tommrow afternoon hut will re eelre next Friday, Febl 20 Ih: Mrs. Brown, of Taber, was a'- .guest in the city, yesterday. w W. Wiler left this morning lor. Great Falls. Jtr. and Mrs. Rogers left for their tome in Orion today. G. Jamleson, ot Bow Island, Is a visitor in the city. A. J. JIcKenzie and Mr, .W.- Baker, of Moose Jaw, who have been visiting N. C. Sexton, returned home this morning. D. A. Taylor, will Constipation Vanishes Fortver CARTER'S IJTTIX UVER never fail. Purely vege- surely bat gentiy' on the liver. Stop after diccer R rect indtgea- lion; improve the ccmplexioa brighten tbe mta treat a nerve and _ hjpod tonic for i and roule PROVES M OF row afternoon from tbe hours of 1 to 6 for Mrs. is leaving trie city shortly. SOCIAL 4 liemember the si! Valentlita flance heing given In the K. of P. tall to morrow night under the auspices of (he Sikokotokl Chapter, I. 0. B. The., St. Valentine dance given; hy the" ladies :''.'of St.' .Patrick's church, in' Ilarpe-'s liali'1 list' evenins was a an t a u Prc.ct i- cally vac'-'pre- flentcd at; and most artistically 'Hearts, fringe streamers arid Cupids were pro- fusely used iri.i'.decorating and .the eliaded sreatly to the oruam.ental. Jtrt.. Brosse'an's'Jorcliesfra jrts in at tendance and played'a'-Tiry atj'ractive program.'. The .Trere'-'uritlrins In'. their, ejfto'rts. In see- a t everyone rpm thoroaelilr to be con gralulatai iifss :h6 success, of th entire 'affair.' Dainty.' irefreshmeuis were Borv'ed at The Faithful Reapers class! of th Christian Bible school will give a dime social at tho pastor's home.on Friday evening, Feb. 13th. It you are sort of down !n monthy About the strikes and last year's drouth, On Friday ove Just drop" around To 612 7th; you'll hear the'sound Of.merry laughter, about the tlitii! i The clock strikes eight. Now hoed this rhyme. r.-. (The Faith Keapers hate in Great loads 01 iiin, with 'hearts sa- lore, j And pi OB so 'he prompt, to have a part In searching for tho hidden heart. t .WEDDINGS Rev. A. H, Ilcnoon unllerl in mar- rlago on Tuesday evening Josepii Slit- crost, of 'Woolford, and Elsie Minns, of Woolford. The young couple were unattended arid left .after Iho ceremony for their homo in Woolford, EDMONTON', Feb. The a'nnua convention of Alberta rural municipal Hies met this morinlg at- Hie Baptls church for a three-day: session that''i crowded with business aud.repje.t with Seven -sr scheduled before Friday evenipg-whe the convention disbands', and tho hul ot this time, will be consumed. by th b'uaincsB' arising from thfe-.TS'resolu ion s that h ave been Brought to th meo-ting, for discussion and recon mendation. la addition there rare 1 scheduled rsspresen atives of the provincial.- governniec tlic Great War .Veteran's, the'Soci Service League and other puhl bodies; and the routine buBinoss of th organization' to be -completed 'for tl ensuing year. HUNDREDS OF FREIGHT 'CARS STUCK IN YARDS' AT ST. JOKN.BY STOR ST.1 JOHN, N. B., Feb'. than. 1100 freight cars-are still (lie hard and fast In tlie Ice hi -the Cana ian National Railway tod where they ware frozen !n during lac week's storm. .Big gangs :of men wi heavy Idromolives and snowpipjfs a working' day and night feleas'InB t theVjliaVeseverarmore day work ahead pt'them., TEFTH KM P. D.D.S. HABITS Habits formed to childhood are very ifflcult to hreak, The younger (he Mid, more, quietly a habit is ormed. Their experience having; been o limited, they very quickly become ccustdmed In any new direr, on that may their way. Many Ule thlncs tbit tho time Eeeu rlvlal will hive a severe tdect in fter years. One of the worst hfcblts that a young forma is that or thumb -sucking, lany mothers would rather have the quiot aud happy and tucking its huiub- tlian dlssatleflcd with lite In eneral and raising caln. But the of the youngster by this netliod will great deal.ct dit- Iculty. r' a child jucks Us thumb it lushes tho roof of moulh upward o tbal It rnskes a' very lilgh arch; nd as the roof of the mouth Is the loor of the now, iho nasal spaco IB educed and the of tho nose s pushed over either to the right r to the to the left. upper teelh In front, alone with hu hono iu'which they, arc inhedded are pushed forward and upward, and he lower front teeth and .the sur- rounding bone are pushed Inward and downward so that Uis'irrangcment of too teelh, that'was'intended hy' nai- ure, Is verj: serlouely interfered with. The cousUnt drawing of the suction of .ho" thump' (o, the accessory cavities' and there almost a cerf ainty that adencpida: will be develop- fed if this li'.'contlnued for.any period. Thumb-sucking ntefferei with tne'shape of the face, :he position of of the .ability lo masticalo, and chaiigeB voice. Don't you 11) ink" itSs an 03 pen- sive method of amusing a child? Those who alloVSl i-lhelr children to habit for a been iha in- of His Name Stood Many Speeches in Campaign The Store of Quality Groceries Dumber, of _. .__ dlrecf cause of 'i iojionveuiences. dis- ease and.--disfigurement lo Ibo chil- dren, The time to. slop a child from iUCklrigTits thumb is; the flrat time you j'ee' the.. Start right then and Set'us the iisbit Is NEED LINCOLN'S IDEALS I- IN THE'WORLD TODAY Canadian Asquith, replying to the National party letter, declare that he never'recommended'ft grant of any honor except for public service and that none should be given for cash contribution's to party funds. Amonc the .interesting points In the Paisley- campaign Is the' calcula- tion that Mr. AtsaitlJ's election speeches totalled 'more than seventy thousand irordt.' His daughter, Lady lionham she has nev- er'had a more enjoyable fortnight he- cauae has never before talked so much. Mr. Asqalth has received 250 meisages wishing him success. One is a letter from a Tory veteran, Lord Chaplin, who congratulates him on his plucky fight and says that the House of Commons Wan an effective opposition ted by a statesman of abil- ity and experieiice.- Summing up the campaign, tho Times correspondent says: -'Soma peopte doubted whether the glamoarof a great name would eland the tett'of the election1 arena, but Mr. Aiqultti baa strengthened, rather than weakened his position ID this respect. If a candidate could win by the Impres- sion "of bU own personality on an elec- torate, Mr., AequUh's return to West- minster waa already assured, but what is still doubtful is whether his per- sonality can triumph over tho admir- able organization of the Labor parly in Paisley." A feature of, the ball o ling during the early hours today was the large pro portion, of who appe ar a t the TlTo votes of the women of the constituency are expected to have a great Influence upon'the result. The whole country Is watching the election iwlth' great interest. The press gen- erally maintains that it has a serious Import for'the future of Liberalism aitd may exercise an important Influ- encVupdn the re-organlzatlon ot the parlies in the nation. Feb. 1 "A'splrltujl andKfijtellectual 'Miance btlwsen thesUnltcd and Great the greatest heed worid.lideclarsd John DHhkWsrteV, dranfutitt and p.oet, here be- fore the poh'neeilell Bankers' As- socUtlon.-, He ;l "The vyorld'neBiJ'the "Ideals of Abraham Lincoln combat the materialism that ope and.thresrtejtrnjj Medical science .proves that un- healthy gums cause serious ailments. People suffering from Pyorrhea (a dis- ease of the gums) often nervous disorders, or weakened vital organs. These ills Irave been tracer! in many eases to the Pyorrfiea germs which breed in pockets aoout the teeth. Four out of five people over forty liava Pyorrhea.. It begins with tender and bleeding (turns. Then the gums recede, the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rid'the system ot the infecting Pyorrhea germs, Guard your health and your teeth. Keep Pyorrhea away. Visit yiur den- list often for tooth and gurri inspec- tion, and make daily'use of Forhan'a For tha Gums. For'nan'a For the Gums will prevent check its uMd in time, and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan'3 will the gum} firm and healthy, tho Icelh white and clean, 35fl and 60c tubes in Canada and U.S. Jfyourntujgistcannotcuppljr yea, send to us direct ami we will mail, tube LTD., Monlital The ina'rrlAgc ceremony uniting Miss Gladys Vera Hot'gius, oi Taber, -Mr. Edgar Murphy, ot Purple Springs, wns quietly performed at the home of tho officiating pastor, Rev. A. H. Presbyterian church on Wednesday evening. Mr. end. Mrs. .Murphy left lowing tlie' ceremony for their now home in Purple Springs. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES It Handy to PromSte Prompt Relief'From Rheumatfc 'Pains 2nd Achct. '_ WHEN you know what Sloan's Liniment will do, as thousands of men r.nd women the world .know, you', too, will keep It handy. use it for those "twiu'ges for relieving tliat lame muscle stiffness and soreness, aches, all sorls of external pains, and exposure aftermaths. Only tnkcs a little, applied without ruhhing. Soon iipnctrates, scattering Uic. congestion, b'ringinE merciful re- lief to the throbbing, Jumping part. T hree 70e, S1.40. Any druggist hsa it. !f we'd like to know his name; (Mado in Canada.) f> j Sloans Kceji U hand' CHUR AND SOC Tho SI: AiiKuslIn cliolr members aro ftsked lo meet promptly at 7.30 tomor- row night for practice- as members aro unilous to attend the Sikokotoki dance after practice. The -A. Y. P. ,V. meets tonight at sharp 'or a short business meeting. Owlntf to tho social held last Tuesday, this, our regular1 social evening, will bo TRADE WITHOUT GOLD IS DUTCH SOLUTION FOR THE GUMS TUB HA.OUB, Foh. lo Nieiiwo Courfltit, Tho Nether- lands' lin'nk anil other groat Dutch fi- nancial Interests aro planning an Jiv lornatlofjat exchange of goods at Am stcrdam with tho.object of relieving tho necessity for tho uso oi gold Di- rect exchange of goods will lio tnailo, and It fa hoped In llila way lo alii In tho resuscitation ot Europe's and commercial liability. Mothers! NEVER NEGLECT WHOOPING COUGH Many mothers make the mistake o! thinking 4hat whooping cough Is not of serious; importance, hut unfortunately this mistake often lo Iho neglect of this dangerous child's disease. N'over neglect whooping cough, for it'may .bo followed by aomo serious lung trouble. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is Highly recommended by mothers every whero for tho relief of this trouble II vHl clear Iho cloggcil-up air pass or the mucous nml phlegm (hat collected, and In this way bring on the 'iwhoon" which brings tho so- much-soughl-for relfef. .Mrs. Francis littrllngham, Now n. C., spring thrco of my children look Iho whoop ing cough, and they had It eo had thought they wonlrl choke. 1 WAR gel pretty" worried when my s'sle wrote mo, telling mo (o tey Dr World's Norway Pino Syrup. 1 sent foi some, right away, and, lollevo mo, will novnr forget how It worked. 1 wil always havo 11 In my house." There are many Imitations of Dr Wood's on the market. Gel the gen uinfl when you ask for It, It will paj In Iho end. 1'ul up In n yellow wrap per; 3 plno trees tho trade mark; p 25o and 50c. Manufactured only by Tlio T. Milbnrn Co., Toronto YoongHenUseCuticiira To Save Your Hair shove wtthCutiran Soja, raf tad before fatties touch dnJI or jrriution with Cntiotn mjr.t- Then hiadj and t wish Cubcura Soap in] hoe mur. Mo, hout the Dominion. SoU Rely oa Cuticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles Tfo JBe-HeW in Ot- lawa to Discuss Big Fox CHARI-OTTET04WN, P.E.I., Feb. 13. A Wg fox deal closed hero yes- terday when' j. S. ot this city, purchased the Sleek Banks property from James; 'C. Tiiplln... It consists of ot th'fee ranches and 65'foies. Trie price' was Investigate Fur Farming OTTAWA. Feb. (By Canadian Press.) Fullest consideration of the eiteat and.possibiltly of fur farming, including the, rearing, not only of but of other fiir-h earing animala, 'will Important feature ot'thnJnatlonal. conference to he held in the .Windsor Montreal, on Felirnary '.19 or 20. T''3 conference win he tinier tho joint auspices of the commission .of conservation anil the advisory board. on life pro- tection. Game laws and their admin- istration will receive a large measure of. attention at tho conference. Stomach and Liver Trouble Once the liver falls, to'filler tho poisonous from the blood, (here Is a clogging up anil po'ao.nln j of tho ivholo system which causes many trou- bles lo arise. Therefore, upon tho liv- er, mor6 lhnn any other organ of (ho boily, depends tho general health. Carelessness and neglect, and often, tiroes wilful disregard of nature's laws will put tho system out of sorts. The howels become constipated1, the liver inactive anil the stomach upset. To bring (ho system back to Its non mat sidle, you shofild take Milbum's 1-axa-Llver P.lls. Tlioy liven up tho liver, tho bowels back to lliftlr proper condition and tono up the stomach. Mrs. 0. Hackell, Enchant, AHa, hove used Ml I burn's La Liver Pills and have found thtm gooil for both stomach nm! liver troubles. I Imvo told others fitiout your valuable medicine and they h.ivo used them witlf good results. "They aro itlsn good for headache.1 Mtluiirn'g lAxa-LIvcr Pills are 25c n vial at, nil dealers or mailed direct on rebelpt of pi'ico by Tlio T. Mllburn Co, Toronio, JIOO3P] JAW, Sask., Feb. When the eleventh annual convention of the Saskatchewan Dairy Astocta- tlon met this morning for tho open session there was a large atid repre- sentative attendance from all parts tho province. President J. C. Moore, in delivering the. opening address dealt with ut- most necessity of Saskatchewan dairy- muri employing up-to-date and scienti- fic metho'ds in Ihe Industry if this province is lo hold tho position as a dalrymnn territory. ffferlowing tho past year In the irying industrs', Percy 13. Reetl, dairy' commissioner for Saskatchewan, stated that five new croamcrlos wero opened during tho season of 1919, making a total of 43 In operation In tbe province. Klnnl figures of output have not been received in all cases, but reports which are available show creainery output for the year' to bo pounds. This Is an Increase of pounds, or 81.73 per cent, over 1918. Tho total value of dairy products of the province for 1919 was which la an Increase of moro than over tho prev- ious year. ONE WANTED GERMAN MURDERER IS DEAD DETtUK, Feb. liml-lleutenant In command of a German submarine, torpedoed the English Channel steam- er Susses on March 1916, according to a local newspaper, which comments on tho extradition list received from tho nllies. It h declared this man ban since riled, Captain Slelnbrlnck Is charged on the extradition list with being re- sponsible (or the dttack on Ihe Sus- sex which caused tho death of fitly persons; Salmon, Clover-Leaf brand, per tin, 25c; Is, 45c Salmon, Ensign brand, per tin, Is...........3Sc c Herrings, fresh, Wallace's, 2 tint for 25c Soup, Libby's Tomato, Vegetable and Chicken, 2 tins for............................35c Soup, Dominion brand Tomato and Vegetable, 2 tins for Vinegar, Holbrook's small size bottle, each 25c Tea, Salada, per Ib.....................75c Pumpkin, Quaker brand per tin 15c Pineapple Mancalade, Mrs. Eamen's, 4s, tin Jam, Wagstaffe's Gooseberry and Plum, tin Catsup, Mushroom, per bottle 27c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE helps Oxo Ontei art' IHtle of lathe gfcudi eftke tcok they are thiaj lo conjure five tare nstritioa httlth rCUBES The monry-tirnc-and-brouble-saveps Girls I Your hair needs a Ijllle all! When. it becomes lifeless, thin or loses Us Itislre; when ugly appears, or your-hair falls 35-cent bottle of delightful, dependable "Dandcriiie" from any store, will save vow tiair. also double it's beauty. You can have nice, thick hair, too. REMEMBER 664 AUCTION SALE Feb, 13th WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMEfJCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION A CONSIGNMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Handsome turned oak DINING SUITE comprising buffet, round 'extension tublo ami so', chairs; very beavy FUMED OAK LIBRARY TAUL.B; fumed oak rocker with loose leather seal: oak rockers; clialr; fine ORGAN AKD BENCH; splewllil BHASS nivD WITH COlt. SPRINGS and ftlt mattress; sanitary lounge with mattress; new 7-drewer SI.NCIBH DIIOT-HHAD SBWING MACH1ND; pa'lr of wlcktr upholstered easy chatra; very fine, couch, oak frame and upholstered in genuine leather; wrliing VE11Y OOOU DRESSitUB wilh hovelled mirrors; one oak dresser, lore mirror; kitchen uble; kitchen chairs; long backed rocker; wash- Ing machine; chlld'rf nnlklo; quick meal gaiollno stove; WISCONSIN INCUliATOn. 65 egi; complete; IS'CUDATOU, 265 CSE capaiMy, complete; oak healer; electric fixtures; some very useful CAHP15TTJNO; garden tools; wasMubs; coal Irackets; 4-C comple'c with felt mattrcas; fending Inmp; foltl- Ing cabinet bfd; can-.ora; FKVB TONB WITH CASK; also EDISON DIAMOiXD DISC. PHONOURAPH with 38 records, coal' complelo ?D79. TERMS CASH AT CLOSE OF SALE PHONES "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE' ;