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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LE-rnmuDCii; .DAILY HERALD MONDAY, I morning and bring spend the day and help >vit lunch aud ivilh the good work. Thursday the regular Old Folka party held. It was a very dis- agreeable, stormy Opoito. died Saturday al Nap- JyS, according to R dispatch lo the Central News from Roma. Three Contesting No. 5 in Municipality Other Seats bv Acclamation The Duke of Oporto was a brother of the late King Carlos of Portugal, alter King Manuel, was holr-appar- cut to 'Portuguese throne. J Football Scores juniors certainly outbid Ihe older .lied Boy Seouts. chorus: in Ihe llall held the previous i violin solo. Win. Palmer; "Grandmoth-[ week. Over 75 characters Mere very er's I.ovo solo by Mrs. well represented. The prizes were Tho honored guests were then present- awarded: 1st to best g'rl, Fanny t-d with a carnation. E. Bennion was' Tayior as second to Mario chairman of the afternoon and each' Bfiigbam as "Mother Goose." person was introduced to the audlcni-c 1st prize. Lorin xMeliirum as "Undo and the honored guests were escorted Sam." and "Prince Charming" second So the stage and then presented with- prize but was representedvby a girl, their flowers and gave speeches. Mra.l All the characters aro well worth West Is tho eldest lady In town, but, especial mention and it was a difficult was hot present, her daughter. Mrs. 1 task io award a prize. Doy Scouts Jlleh received her boifquet. Grandma' hold dances quite regularly a? they Critchfield. the oldest lady present.; Fnut-a-tiTos Uouted, Ottawa, lire paying fora Victory lloml. They past S2, Is hale and hearty as ever are progressing very well under the needed no assistance In ascending to splendij leadership of Mrs. Alston and the stage. Xorrnie Coleman, the old- parents who have children belonging eat gentleman, past 74. and many oth-1 to this troop should encourage them ers were applauded much hono.led' In their splendid work. by tho audience. Special mention' Tuesday afternoon the L. D. S. He- was made number o[ men pres-. lief Society celebrated the EOth An- ent who never let iheir wives make Ihe niversary of Women's suffrage by fire, chop kindling, etc. The few folding a special program on were asked to stand, who had regular meeting day. President Sirs.'never been cross with husbands. Tuomer wns in charge. A very fine The entire audience of women nrosc paper on "VWonian" written by Mrs. J. in mass. Much fun was created by I T. Spencer and read by Mrs. Merkley. the many good jokes and stories, nfter j Vocal duet by Mrs. Babcock and Mrs. j which a bunch of 1S47 pioneers enter-] H. Wood. An original poem entitled ed and danced the "Friendship Dance." "Womaa" written and read b.OIrf. E.' The day closed all singing "God Bennion. "The Lite of Mrs. Emmeline Be With You Till We Meet Again." Paukhurst" given -by Mrs. Cope, j Sketch of the "Life of Dr. Auna Shaw" given by Mrs. A. Mercer. A double duct by Mrs. Ira Fletcher, Mrs. I Mary Flelche'r. Glbli and Mrs. Wood. All present enjoyed the pro- gram. A number of ladles met on "Wednes- day afternoon lasl in the town hall find made pieparatlon for a quilting bee which will ho held on Wednesday next In the town hall, under direction of the Women's Institute. All tho an" 1 believe we ought to have more who have received inferior quality ladles are invited to come Wednesday of them In our legislative said liquor from points outside tho prov- Mr. W- F. Laidman. of Vernou. a Ince may return it. according -to a (From O'Jl- Own FOREMOST, Feb. Nomination meeting for the UurlinKton Municipal.; ity was held yestt'rday in the iiiiml- fof'the coming year judging from de cipal building, Foremost. The follow- ing were nominated: Division No. Darcy, sutf ceeds A. J. Donahoe. ALL IIS LIGHT Province Should Retain Silch Animals That Toronto .Men Demand mands made under the bill iu the EDMONTON'. Hoadley. short' time it was ia operation lasti .M.L.A., who is known throughout year. Many of the small ________ lies are objecting vigorously-to the Division !s'o. Boldrlck, re-' coming in of widows from olher prov- ot Canada and states ot the Doterpian.; union and the" government has decided 1 to heed their protests. In accordance requests of many women's organ- izations In the province certain amendments will bo brought in to jiiuend Ihe law regarding guardianship ot infants, chief-among these will be one giving the mother tbe same rights as the male parents. Under tho pres- ent act, a father may make.a. will pro- elected. Division Xo. BUcceeJs D. J. Powell. .Bivls'ion No. n. Chudleigh re- elected. Division No. D. Medhiirst.vA. K. Yach and E. Franklsh, uomlnated. Elections will be held neit Friday. Division'No. C.. Sullivan re- elected. The feed problem and h6w It is be-'vldlng for the Joint guardianship of ing handled was discussed. Some, his children by his vldonfand some criticism .was offered, though not if, Jono else whilo the mother does noi grjat deal." _ _ A proposition was also beforo the will give tho to the taking over rights. vest for his Interest in tho breeding and marketing of horses, was asked 6y The-Journal for bis opinion ot the export! slluatlou In vlow state- ment made Tuesday by Walter Hat- land Smith, of the Toronto stockyards, in regard to the- shipment ol light- weight horses to tho Ontario niarkol. It is Mr. iloadley's belief that (he horses of from J.100 to pounds, such us .Mr. Smith is desirous of securing for sale In the east, are wanted In Alberta. If the still lighter animals of less than 900 pounds were wanted, however, the horse breeders' association and all other interested parties would gladly co-operate in tho Jhave this right. amend-1 scheme to dispose ol them In Toronto mother equal !a resolution'was siibraraitted to that Feb. Canadian h.ut later withdrawn owing gomes played today-to the'fact that, no (Continued from Front JJage) "Candidates for parliament who are farmers and know the cceds of the farming' communities are all right, resulted as follows: First League Bradford 5. Ulackburn 2. Stcfind League Fulham 1. Fourth Round Draw LONDON, Feb. Canadian draw for the fourth round of the English cup, which be played on March 4. is us follows: Tottenham Hotspur vs. AsEon Villa.' Hristol City vs. Bradford City. Chelsea vs. Bradford. fs. Liverpool." tion on which to act could be .secured, i The matter was left for the new coun- cil to deal with, MAY SHIP BACK INFERIOR BOOZE! WINNIPEG, 'Feb. HELP FOR MOTHER A mother whose strength is over-wrought or who is thin, pale or nervous, should find re- newed energy in every drop of SCOTT'S EMULSION Bet it help tarn you, JSSSu.SSi' tasks fromaburden to pleasure. Scott's Emulsion is abundant in those nourishing ele- JfcA ments that every mother in the land needs. Scott Toronto. On 1. COMPANY. RAISE IN WAGES TO ALL ITS MINE EMPLOYEES (Cranbrook Herald.) It is announced by Mr. S. G. Blay- loek, general manager of the Consoli- dated Mining and Smelting. Company of Canada, Limited, of the big Sullivan mine near here at Kimbe-rley and many other properties throughout the province, as well us tho smelting works at Trail, lhat, be- ginning tho 10IU of the present month, the ot its workers in the var- io'.is properties of the company would be increased 50 cents per day. This action is due to the fact that the, company lias received word that government did not intend to' grant a. conciliation board lo the O.B.U, the quite a substan- tial raise iu the- payroll at Kimberley STMTTM in The where the number of workmen em- Feb. the ployed-is about the same as before.the Hockey Results OTTAWAS 5, ST, PATS 3. TORONTO, Feb. Patrick's aopes of winning the National Hockey League chimploinhip received a tor- rifle J6U .on Saturday night yrhc-u tho Ottawa Senators beat them G to 3, and assumed tho leadership in the race.. H the Senators win the half honor's, aud they are in .a fair way to accomplish, the feat, they will set precedent. Since the old order'ot lie- cldiug the title became a thing ot the past, the (earn winning the first hail honors has Invariably been beaten iu Iho neit dash. QUEBEC 8, CANADIENS 7. QUEBEC, Feb. their- best game ot the season, Quebec gain- ed their initial victory.over tho Can- adians at the local arena 011 Saturday night by a score ol 8 to 7, after four minutes overtime pfayv' COLD WEATHER AFFECTS HEIGHT OF ST. LAWRENCE i Widows Coming in From Olhcr Provinces and States Mak- ing; Burden Heavy prominent fruit-grower of (he Okana-; statement made by J. X. McLean, ad- government changes its mind, or'mem- strike was called there by the O.B.U. gan. "but a union ot the farmers for ministrator ot the Manitoba Temper- hers of Ihe house force the issue, the the shipments ot ore miue al-' political effort at this time, 1 think, ance His statement was Mothers' Pension Act. passed at the so-being about normal again. would be n waste of effort. Our time to the effect that as long as a person lajt of the house will not he! should be spent In the did not store liquor for exportation, enlarged in scope at this session hut Be suspicious of any tenderness or Weeding of the gums. This ii usually the first stage of an in- udious disease of the de- t-trovs the teeth anrl undermines bodily health. Gradually the gums become spongy. They inflame, then shrink, Uius ex- posing the unenamelcd tooth-base to the. ravages of decay. Tiny open- ings in the gums form gateways for germs to enter the system. Medical science has traced many ills fo these infecting germs in the gums weakened by Pyorrhca. They arc now known to be a fre- quent cause of indigestion, anaemia, rheumatism and other serious, con- ditions. So watch carefully for that first tenderness or bleeding of the gums. Try Forhan'a immediately. It posi- tively prevents Pyprrhea if used in time and used con- sistently. And in preventing it guards against other ilk 1'orhan's (For the Gums) cleans teeth scientifically as well. Brush your teeth with it. It keeps the teeth while and clear. If gum-shrinkage lias already set in, start using Forhan's and consult a dentist immediately for special treat- merit. 35c nnrl GOc tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, tend to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FOKHAN'S. LTD., Mmlnol of our business and In the pushing forward of measures that will assist along that line, We have uo time for play." Closer Union Necessary Continuing. Mr. Laldmnu that what he wanted to see was a'union of i the fanners' institutes and Ihe United Fanners, and ho believed that the .great body of the farmers ot tlie prov- Ince -would favor'kuch'a movo. The two bodies were ras no good reason for. their separate existence. 'They were only dissipating their energies by remaining apart. Following this, he strongly favored (be formation of a Ilritlsh Columbia j council of agriculture and he hoped lhat the meeting later in the week Vould btj successful in bringing about the organization of such a body. "What about the Canadian council of agriculture and tbe Domioiou-wida union ot the farmers which la EO much talked he was asked. "That will come he replied. "But a strong provincial organization should come first." The central secretary's report was the first business considered by the meeting. John Tl. Brown, the secre- taV. owing to illness, was unable lo he present and Director Walter Ship ley, of Salmon Ann, took his place, and presented .the report, which show- ed that tho growth of the. organiza- tion during the past few months bad been very rapid. The membership up lo Ihe end of 1919 was only about but it was now over 4.300, and there were a newly-organ- ized locals wtich had not reported. there was no objection to their ship- on the contrary.will he circumscribed WANTS WET PLANK IN ping the liquor out of the province. PROPOSED DALMATION CAPITAL lo some extent, 1'resent plans aro toj limeud the act so as not to pennk-J 'widows who migrate into the prov-i DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM CITV. N.J., Feb. 23 ince of Alberta after the date of the' Governor Edwards of New .lerscy has passage of the act last year to benefit announced his intention of going to Ai u, Damiaua. heo. rroni its provisions I San Francisco convention prepar- ing Jugoslav officials have started a i This proposal Wdue to the fact that i ed. lo fieht anti-prohibition movcmeift to make Jiagusa the capi-; 'It anpcars number ot widows have; io Democratic platform, tol and principal port, of Slav matia. coming to Alberta lo take ad- vantage of the provisions. It Is pro- posed to conllno Ihe terms of the bill lo these who-were already widows In the province when the act was passed TORONTO VARSITY MEN1 FOR OLYMPIC TOROXTO, Feb. Un'iversit} or lo wonicn resident in the province of Toronto will send at least four at thai: time who liavo since become men to tho Olympic bozing trials ai widows.. Ottawa, next month. The men are; According to estimates rurnlshcd Goodman, 115 pounds; Gray, 32o the government a total of will pounds; Seaborne, 135 pounds; Bbsck be required to carry on under the act or Perltnan, 145 pounds. or elsewhere. Could Spare the Scrubs "The1 market in Kurope that many ol us liave been trying to open up for liorses not wanted Jii Ihe >vbsl is evidently not yet fully the member from Okotoks. "Our! effort-was to get a for horses thatv had no plttce iu our economic "system, mostly those under 900 pounds. Who wants such horses icre or anywhere else In Canada? Hut ve have tens of thousands cf them, eating gra'ss that is needed badly for good'horses and cattle. r "Oiif good tlifcjE light Voj-k-horL-o of .liiO to in con- dition, and either broken or unbrokeu, tns an eicclltuvt market here at home right now, and 1 believe it will be still better in the spring. "Last year large" numbers of lliis class of Jioree were" used by the Soldiers' Settlement board In} provid- ing the soldier-farmers "with service-