Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. KEUHUARY 23. 1921 iiKKAUj PAGE NINE At the Short Course School Health and Home Garden Talks; A decidedly practical lecture on Flrat Aid by Dr. Oalbraith occupied the opening teuton of tho Short Courts thin morning. Convulsions, and burne were taken up, fol derwear is used it should be of the i thinnest gauze flannel, the wearing; of excessively, warm clothing in -warm i rooms is the cause of many colds among children. The essentials of clothing for little babies include the band which sup- ports but does not conflao the abdo- men. These bands should not be fas- tened with pins, but should" bo bast- ed. Their purpose is to support the I abdominal walls and prevent rupture, j and they are not needed for more J than three or four months. In the case of thin babies the band is used to safeguard the abdominal organs, which are no't sufficiently protected WASHINGTON, 22 The TTiH-fby fat. and in these cases as well as ed States government has presented I those with a tendency to intestina' The Best Cough Medicine "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ever since I have been keeping says L. C. Haruea of Mar bury, Alta. "I consider it one of the best remedies I havo ever used. My children have all taken it and it works like a charm. For colds and whooping cough it is excellent." Keep Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy by is a friend in need. COUGH REMEDY PILES PC riat iu clay v.-ith I tell I na, Bleed nj, or Trottud ing riles. No surgical qpcr- _ _. ill en required. Dr. Cbane'a Ointment win relieve you at once Ud alloid lastint txnent. sue. a tnii iU flttlerB, or KdmanMii, Bates Co. Limited Toronto. Sample Hoi free U you mention this an4 eocloie 2c. stamp to_jja7 postage. TBtB Sold tefitreofr'tood u U MMil the council of the League of Nations its demand that allied and associated nations be given equal op- portunities in mandate territories. It .was announced' today at the stale department that a note, virtually identical, with the one on this subject sent to the British government last November, had been sent to the coun- cil, which is In session at Paris. De- cision to act in this question notwith- standing the early change ot adminis- trations wag predicted upon the un- derstanding that the council contem- plated immediate action on mandates Buch as those 111 Mesopotamia and Palestine, While no reply 'has been received from Great Britain, it hag been un- officially stated that the British gov- ernment was preparing an answer that would go far toward satisfying the United -States contentions that etimil opportunities must be provided for the citizens of all countries in all mandate has been sug- gested that Sir Auckland Geddes, who returned to the States today after consultations..with the foreign office in London, had ta convey the ideas of his government on the of the depart- ment declined to say from what quarter the intimation came that the question should be taken up directly with the League of Nations, but it was believed that it came from Great Britain and that the returning British ambassador bore .the In his note to- Lord Curzon, Mr. Colby said the United States did not propose to be excluded from partici- pation in the rights and privileges secured under mandates provided in the treaties of peace and it expected be heard regarding the terms of; those mandates before they .were nun j into force. Took Issue This .note was in reply to one from Great Britain under-date last Aug- ust which dealt with the appli- cation priiioipllos of equality of treatment to the territories of Urn Near East 10 lie placed under British mandate. Tha Stales government, took issue .with what was described as the British position that mandate agree- ments and treaties'were to he consid- ered only by states members of the eague cf NatitMis. Mr.'" Crilhy'said "that the "t'nitfid 1 States, 'as a participant of the war and a contributor to its" successful issue, cannot consider any of the associated powers, the smallest not less than itself, debarred from discussion of any of its consfiquencos or from par- ticipation in the rights, and privileg- es secured under the mandate provid- ed in the treaty of peace. irritation the use of a band is advis- able i.p to the third or fourth year. A baby's petticoats should be sup- ported by shoulder straps. In putting these on, as well as other garments which are slipped on, the baby should lie lying down on the nurse's kneefaud the garments put on over the feet. Toronto police believe they havo the man responsible for many auto thefts. KAISER BRONCHITIS IN EXILE Thousands Liberated What! have you not heard the joy- ful lidingaf Bronchltii hta been flit- right out of and Canadians liberated from tha bondage of .this diieaee. Every trace of bronchial tronblo is blown t? Atoms by the world'a moat effective diaoase-deitroyer, Buekley'n Bronebi- tia Mixture. No wonder pt'jple are rcjauemgl No longer do they dread the effects of cougha, colds, asthma, etc., and so anxious ire they that others should benefit also, or letters have been written proclaim- ing tha merits of this wonderful mir- aculous remedy. Ijfera is one To 'Whom it may Concern: This to certify that I had boon suffering for over three weeks with bronchitis and was adviaed to try Bronchitis Mixture. I purchased a -bottle and after tho third dose I re- ceived relief, and before the was finished, I was perfectly well, In making the above assertion. I have hesitation ia saying it is the best remedy I ever came in contact with for, heavy colds and Mrs. M. Harding, Duat- lesi Brush Co., Toronto. Tho original of this testimonial may be seen at "W. K. Buckley, Limited, 112 Mutual St., Toronto. This mixtnie, provsa ia thousands of Canadian households, will give you sure relief. It caunot fail. Seventy-five cents is the pricfr that stande between you and the road to health. Take no on the bottle with the "Satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded." Ask your druggist. 19 SOLD IN LETHBRID6E BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. I Girls! Clear Your Skin With Cuticura Make Cabinet Ministers Resign Directorships On i Becoming Ministers Crown OTTAWA, Fob. amendment'to tho senate antl house o[ commons act which will require all ministers oC Uie crown, as s'ooiTas tfiey take office to resign any directorships they may'hohl jn com- panies, is to bo presented to the com- mons by A. R. McMasttir. Liberal mem- ber for Brome. There is, it is stated, an unwritten law to this effect, hut in the opinion of Mr. McMastcr the unwritten, law is not so fiffeeiivu as would be a provis- ion in, the act. Nollco has been given in the com- mons of bills whinh. are to be intro- duced following the conclusion of thu debate on tiie :iddress in reply to UK- speech from UK; throne. The bills In question are rfispretinfr: Copyright, trade murks to define Catiiiilian nationality and to consolidate the Income War Tax Act. These measures were all mentioned In tho speech from the throne. That copies of both the French and English Hansard should be placed in ail the post" offices of Canada HO tlint the public would be in closer touch with the ollicial workings of parlia- ment is the contention of J. E. I'rc- vosfc of Torro Donne, who has filed ft iVKriutton to this effect. LEONARD EAR OIL RELIEVES DEAFNESS and 1 STOPS HEAD NOISES. Simply? Ran it Back of the Ears and Insert in Nostrils. Proof of toe- ecu "ill tu jlttn if n, inititl. MADB IN CANADA MTni UUJ M, Itlii tiiiti, Ttftnti For Sale in Lethbridge By J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM HEDLEY DRUG CO., Ltd. STOKES DRUG CCl, Ltd. A, 0. Leonard, Inc., 70 5th Ave., New York. He Likes to Wash With Lifebuoy Its velvety lather cleans and refreshes every pore in his skin. It makes him feel fit all over. He "looks" the difference. It is delightful and in- vigorating to wash with Lifebuoy. The "health" odour in Lifebuoy is not a perfume the odour of a a pure hygienic odour that tells you instantly why Lifebuoy purifies and it your skin. Lifebuoy "smells It is as pure as soap can be made. The velvety smoothness of a wash with Lifebuoy is a delight which is denied to those who use only ordinary soaps. Try a cake of Lifebuoy to-day. You can jet it at any fmcery, drut or department itore. HEALTH LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At LETHBRIDGE at the FARMERS' FEED BARN ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP the following: 15 head of mures and geldings, to S years old. weights 1200 to 1500 Iba. each; 1 team of black mules, 6 Hnd 7 years old, weights 24UO Ibs.; 1 grey mare, in foal, S years oldi 1-100 Ibs.; 1 choice saddle horse, s years old, .well broke; 4 harrow carts, new. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer BAILIFF'S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A LIEN AGREEMENT GIVEN BY CARL PAULSON to WILLIAM HYSSOP and to me directed against the goods and pf CARL PAUL- SON named in the said Lien Agreement I have seized the follow- ing goods, namely: ONE GREY GELDING, weight about 1400 TWO BAY GELDINGS, weight about 2800 WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE'FOR SALE On Friday, the 25th Day of Feb., 1921 AT WM. HYSSOP FARM, NORTHEAST OF, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M. Duteil, Fob. 14th, T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements Furniture There will be offered for sale by Public Auction at Chin, 9 miles east of Coaldale ON TUESDAY JARCH 1ST, 1921 -S AT i O'CLOCK SHARP. THE FOLLOWING.' 1 nuHtiiied learn of .black geldings. 7 oM. weight 3500 Ibs.; 1 matched team of bay geldings. 7 years old. .weigh? Ihs.; 1 black old. weight 1500 Ibs.: I Mack gelding. 5 years old, weiRlit 1800 Ihs.; 1 srey mare. 7 year.-, old. weight 1500; J iron grey mare. 7 years old, weight 1-100 ihs.; 1 bhuik S years old. weight 1300 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 3 years old. weight Ills.; 1 grey mare, .S years old, weight 1250: L bay goldiug, S years old, 1500; 1 black solding, years old, weight 1.100 Ibs.; 1 chestnut gelding, E years old, weight 1400 Ibs.: J black gelding, 7 years old, weight 1100 2 horse colts, 1 year tdd; 1 mare colt. I year old. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Owners: M. McLEAN, O. BOYD, J. HAIBECK. Clerk: W. MoGUIM.