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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN i: THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD IN1LLSIEIIN Fight Behind the Scenes Said to Have Led to Downfall of a Number NEW YORK, Keb. !o a story printed In this morning's Issue- of the Sun and Herald, a fight between rival financial factions In Wall Street Is likely to lead to fonwtional devel opnienu. The papers say: "Some particularly disquieting re- oorts are going around Wall Strpe about the present financial Matus'o: some men who have been fig urea In the financial world and to this la the heavy liquidation of some ot th higher priced motor and equlpmen stocks. The story goes that a liltl group o( men his gone overboard li the market, that accounts have been sold out and taken over, and that sev eral of tho group are In eerlouj flnm clil straits. As Wall street hears th story, the smash Is the result of tattle behind the scenes between some tig Interests which havu been smoldering since, a conference in No- vember, In which, an attempt made to nx up the difference. .Arthur Cook, bridge and buildint foreman at Windsor for the C.P.R, I dead at HoUl Dieu, following an attack of pneumonia. AND STILLWU SHIVER! Pile on all the clothes you can- and still you shiver! That is because your food is lacking in real nutritive 'elements, or is not perfectly digested. t coaes from perfect digestion of real food. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is is KM) per cent wholewheat prepared in a digestible natural warmth in a natural way. Two Bis- cuits wA hot milk (or hdt water) make a nourishing, satisfying meal for a few cents. TTke ONLY TABLETS MARKED Not Aspirin at 'All without the "Bayer 7 Kermine Aspirin jretcribed by physicians for over nine. teen yMrs made Canada, kur on unbroken ptcluge Bajer T.bleU oi which, {3 .me AiplrfmV-B Ajjlrl] Toothache. Earache, Neu- rf.lgia, I-iUmbago, nhcnraatism, Ncuri- la, Joint and I'nin generally. Tin hom of 12 tablets, cost but. a few Larfjcr "Bayer" trackages. inil lay TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920" (Continued Prom Front Pate.) and our people R perioual interest in Wm, win coutlnue to dccyteu'the ofteclloa aad loyalty ot the people towards hla Royal houae. IHs dcelleucy the Dute of DdTOtusblre, GOvurubr General of Canada, together with Her Btcellencj-. Duchess of Devonshire, palcl a- welcome visit to (he lest autumn, in order to furtier acnuaint theinselrss at first hand with conditions throughout this part of the Domiuiou. ITie worM-wide nausual and Irregular weather coulltlons of last rear produced on ettect In this Province that for a (him eeeuxed almost U> verge oa disinter. Late rains, however, saved grsia a2ti hsy crops In many dlc- trlcts that otherwise inlght have been a total loss. Ju other less fortunate my Crorernnien'. took all oecassary to prevent EU'ferfus. .Wills'uiooi during the past year were nol generally 03 favourable aa usual, the has been blessed with a large meaeur- of prosperity In many -ways. Apart from grain, other products of the farm increased In value and quality Beyond all anticipation. The Dairy ant Pp'jKry laiSiuKrtes havo maile uneipected progress due in large measure, to the asslstauc'e gtvec by my Government In the development of aew methods W as the obtaining of broader markets. Toe euccesti which has followed the Irrigation lands In the couthcm section of ihe Province, particularly during such 'seasons as that of l- led to a movement to extend the irrigated area-In several direc- tions. The. Irrigation District Act has therefore been carefully considered by my Gcvernmtnl with tho object of making it xnorei adaptable tq existing and amending legislation will be submitted to you fee- that purpose All matters relating to health throughout the Province'have been given continuous watchful care by the Department of Public Health, created at the last Session of the Legislature. The financial provision mafle enable proper attention to be given to such important matters ns child welfare, medical Inspection of children iu schools, public health nursing, together with the establishment ot municipal hospitals, has resulted In great benefit to those %vhere (he work has been carried "On. The problems relating to Education continue to receive attention, and much work has been done to meet the 'situation. Attention -is directed to a po'lcy recently decided upon whereby loans "may be made to assist students through their Normal School course, with the result that tin difficulty of obtaining competent teachers Till be materially reduced. With the completion of thrco Schools ot Agriculture, construction of which was begun during the part year, K Is hoped to very largely supply ihe facilities required U) take" care ot thU ever-increasing popular branch of education. During the. war period it .was not practicable to provide for much ot the public'-vrork pressing Itself on my Government1.; attention. The changed conditions cf the present time, and the necessity for further accommodation Por'tfarrylDg on the public business, will in'soine measure call for attention this year. You Kill be asked to make provision for commencing work on number of public institutions of an -educational character. Attention will be given to bettering anil enlarging the scope of the work conntxted'wUh the care and training of the mentally defective. The heavy demand for increased Telephone'service throughout tha Province renders it necessary lo provide for large additional expenditures; and you will asked to make the necessary financial provision therefor Trie Natural Resources havft not yet been transferred to the Province. and your attention will be Invited to this question during the Session- While It Is not anticipated that tho Session will be marked by tho Introduction of much legislation involving new principles Bills will bo laid before you lo amend certain statutes of the Province. The Commission appointed under the authority of thi Act of last Session io revise and consolidate the -Acts and Ordinances in- force in the Province has not vat been able, to make iU report, but substantial progress has been made. The Public Accounts ot the last fiscal year will be laid before vou. I' be found .B. presented at the recent annual meeting are as follows Report As secretary of the Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O.D.B., 1 take pleasure in presenting the following report: During the year there were nine egular meetings, seven special meet- ngs and five executive meetings held, 'he first few months of the year the hapter sewed on-i "flornoon eacli week to maV.3 garments for the 'rench refugees, hut owing.lo trans- portation difficulties, wo were advis- ed to hold these articles, and later hey were donated to the Civic Club o be used in the relie! of the destitute enters of Alberta. Our principal means cf raising money-durlng the year was by giving ances, four of which were held, two af these being, very unique in chur- cter, one a rose dance and the other a blue -bird dance, all being most sue- cessfui from a financial and pleasure On March nth a St. Patrick's tea was given at the home of Mrs. Freil Hick. This was a'most artistic and novel affair, the rooms being very tastefully decorated with St. Patrick emblems. At our regular meeting In April It was unanimously agreed that our re- gent represent our chapter a( the an- nual meeting of the Chapter to he held at Montreal in llay. Mrs. Conybeare duly attended, and the re- port she gave us on her return was most Interesting. In July we reaffilialed with the Local Council of Women and this society may feel assured hearty co-operation In the work to be under- taken. Our .chapler has donated to the following worthy objects: Children's Shelter .Moving Fund, suc- cessful, and to ask " tion and interest In the coming year, .yours May Gates, Secretary. Treasurer's Report To the officers and members ot ihe Major Jack Boss Chapter I.O.D.B., I herewith submit the third annual fi- nancial report, as follows: Receipts Balance from Jan. 31, 1919. J335.41 Dues and badges Donations 28.45" Commissions from Victory 6363 Bond Dances and teas1 Rent ot cushions at Chatitanoua 13 25 Interest 7.. 6 ''S Miscellaneous P5I.75 Expenditures Donation War Memorial .....JJOOOO Donation Mrs. Robinson 10.00 Donation Navy League 76.00 Donation 15000. Donation Soldiers' Widows Christmas Fund Donation Travellers' Aid 25.35 45.00 Donation Soldiers' Relief Fund National Chapter Expenses 8050 Local Council ot Princess Pat Fund G.W.V.A. from solo of service 'lass French Refugee work Postage Widows' Trust Account' 3 53 .Miscellaneous 550 Total Expenses. Balance in bank 1 Cash on hand B 00 2374 S3 54 9.00 .f 585 21 10.00 Less outstanding cheques 337.85 71.31 260.51 1551.75 Summary of Funtft i Balance in current Balance Soldiers' Relief Trust account Balance Widows' Trust account 125.27 5174.4G Tho amount of voted for the purchase of books to he donated' In the Lelhbridge Public Library, has not yet been spent, owing to the selec- tion nol having hccn compleleil. total donation to the Navy Lea- Coughs and Colds RettUtt Nights which trieriblily.- linger Itirki In e hour A cold It toruri. Asjht totrlnayour 'TpHE battle of business has succeeded the J_ battle of armies. FjRY'S COCOA is the, greatest of ail strength makers for men who- must work as it was for our soldiers and sailors who had to fight hard. PRY'S exclusive process makes this Cocoa extremely soluble, delicious in flavor and very easy to digest, will do but-FRY gue -was JIOO'.OO, the balance.over and above shown be- ing ciuade up from the sale of lly- submitted, Callo H. Hen! Treasurer. A delegation will he'sent to the con- vention in Kcnora, March 18, to get further estimates on this projectf Sam R. Henderson, who lias held the. office tof 'president since -1903, was re- electerl. C11ICAOO, Feb. Prisoners .In the Cook County jail will be permit- ted to witness executions despite pro- feats by women's organizations', public officials and others, Sheriff Peters an- nounced today. Jack O'Brien will bo hanged Priduy for the murder of a policeman, and prisoners In surround- ing cells will look on, the sheriff said. "The mere hanging of a particular subject is not meant to punish Ihprrc said Sheriff Peters, "but the real object- Is to punish the criminal class. If .capital punishment means anything' at all, It" Is a deterrent to further crime and an example. to oth- ers. The very class It Is Intended to reach are those confined in the Jail." IRISH "PLAY TO GAU.ERV IN U. S., TOO BOSTON, Mast, Feb. UJiter delegation which is ylilting this city, placed a wreath' al the base of Bunker Hill monument yesterday In memory of the who fought In the American revo- lution. "Practically all of, the Irishmen in said Rev. William Corkey, "were Ulster Scots. They came to this country and give their energies and talents to the building up of this great American Plans Under Way to Spend on 5000 Miles .of Road WINNIPEG, Feb. Im- provement in the construction and maintenance of good roads In Mani- toba for the past year Is shown In the annual rapori submitted to tho Mani- toba Good Roads Association. The re- port shows that despite drawbacks, twice the amount of road work has been done In 1813 under the 'Good Roads Act over that of 191S. The am- ount expended by municipalities dur- ing 1019 for roads and bridges on which government percentage was paid is to'.which the govern- ment contributed The total amount expended by municipalities on roads and bridges since tho Incep- tion of good roads legislation In 'the province is the government contributing' Over five thousand miles of roads have been authorized' improved at an estimated cost of and 298 bridges at an estimated cost of making a grand total of since the Inception ot the Good Roatlr Act. The association went on record as favoring the an "nil Can- adian In the matter of co- operating Ontario govern- ment for the construction of the trans- continental highway between Kcnbra and Winnipeg. Ottawa's mayor will proclaim day- tight savins from Jlay 1 to Sept. 30. I Avoid Operations I [for Kidney Troubles J trouble, relieving pain quickly, dluol- vjnjc alone anrt gravel, purifying the' r'nr bcr.rimt'dtxiuentlcrtlnionrtotltc BKwl value of Gin Pills. Send for free .Minple.or'KetabOKfrr-m vonr druggist or dealer, aOc., with" BOB cr-rAck Ci.mic.IC.. U.S. AJJr 202 Si, LU-, PUT LOTS OK, P-vT This -illustrates but one of the many uses to which Zam-Buk, the great herbal balm, is daily put. Accidents will happen, especially where there are children; Mothers should never be: without'Zam-Bnk. the "First Aid." slrong antiseptic prorfertlw kill all germs, preventing blood-poisoning and InilamnSatlon. Its rich, MMnces quickly ensc pain and build up new healthy tissue. Zam'.Bnk rJiffcrtnt fromall other ointments. U purely herbal and contains no polsonoui coloring ao substitnie. Sec the name on every bo% before 2AM-8UK HEALED SEVERE CUT Mrs, J. f.. niatviriK ol Carndud, SasV., miles: "My litile son cut the end oil hufmifcr. AJ it wassuih .1 severe cul, I was rjoing lo him doctor, liul in Ihe rncsnlimc to me Ific pain, 1 applied some Xam-Suk, 1 hualppiicil thehlccdino; ami lhat he ceased crying and sccnicil quite it case. I (hercforc Zsn-BaV Mi tr ill decided loiteil uoufcl l.cil ihcts-ounil. Nest ao' er day 1 rcphceJlhedrcssinj, anilronlimieJloclosoeach Jay, using noshing but Xain-Bui. Coroplcle cure" YOUR FREE (ot Inc -Mtrtli Ztn- ktti., Toralo, ;