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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOF F.KtTJT TIIF r.ETiinmnfiR HERALD Hon. Arthur Sifton is Now the Rt Honorable LONDON. Dec. New Year's day honor list, loado public, touignt, contains many tnvnrds by tho kiog for war services. Earldom was conferred on Viscount Wiudtetou, secretary of Slate for India kuown for bis stand, against peace with Germany until the Ger- mans had made reparation for van- dalism lii France. Sir George Ulddell, who had charge of tha Brtilsh jiresa at the peace con- fereuce; Sir Ilprtrrinil physician extraordinary lo antl Sir Stanley, were u-u- iVirona. I Charles Dolierly. Arlaur L. Siftou, Canadian at the iwat'o conference, Sir Thomas White, lorm- er Canadian minister of finance, and Kreacrlck Oust, treasurer of tho king's household, were'made privy councillors. Among those fronted baronets was; "Shabert" will pay extremely high prices lor ASKris Fiirs High Cunllffo, vtco chairman of tho British American Tobacco Company; Trevor Daw sou of tho VlcUfts Arma- ment l-'Iria; Frederick Ore of Montreal and London. Uird, who riv'rgan- iccd tho overseas officers club uud Juiuca Kuchaiutn, iitllHoitalro distiller anj spoilsman owns aa etl.M lu Uritlsh It Is uiidcrstocJ that Sydney a known journalist, who J some lime with lratio mission In London knightuooj. hi tho colonial office list are; K.C.M 0. Dr. (Jeorgo Parkin, secretary of Ulimles Scholarship trustees uTwl formerly lu-arlniaster of Upper Canada, college, K, C'. Krnc-st Hutch, prom- inent In hospitality to Overseas officers and '.heir 11. Alicia Cecil. Hon. Caroline Grosvenor, Hon. Joyce, Grace Lefroy. all of whom are associated with wciuerv.s emigration and Lady Tury Martha, promiscm lu overseas In the foreign uliU-c list erick liutlcr. director of tbo overseas divIsUm'.of the trado department. MUSKRAT PEKINfi, Jan. Presi- dent Feng Kuo Chang, of Chlnii, died here today. In a circular telegram Issued from his d'-athberi to warring gov. crnors he urged cessation of civil strife and reconciliation between the factions of the north and Wfefcr Fall 4.00 lo 3.50 3.00 H 2.75 3.25lo 175 250 to 225 2.50 lo 2.00 1.75 ti> i.SO 2.00 !o 1.60 1.75 lo 1.25 1.59 ii 1.00 MIN1C Rile, Dark Usual Color Pita 25.C3lo20.00 15.00 Itl2.00 10-OOis 850 18.00 loliCO ILOOlo 9.0) 7.00 12.WlolO.00 9.0P b i 9.03 lo 5.00 8.5010 7.SCI 4.00 -is: a 4 50 5.00 lo 3.00 WhHo Stained 2.50 to 2.00 1.7S5.1 1.56 JJH J.75 to 150 2.35 te US .75 l.flfl to These extremely high prices are based on the well grading abd are quoted for ImmedJatc shjprrr-il, Inferior sldns at hiijhcit rnatkel valcc. For Furs, v.Tllc for the report and price list of its kind published. It's f A fWpctfit to wfl! rertiC IB w H yon bave TAG belovf-pcste on piece iM liberal 4, and otherwise liri-- ur. olher Alberta accurate market Wrife for it. ou hind, cut out tag "'ft v yaw shipment To healthy teeth the crdi- tooth-paste is futile. You roust first care for the gums, cm which tooth health ilcjxmcis. Hair many people think cf tais? vct foLtr out of five fcirty E-Jer from or Pyoniiei (Riggs1 At first the gums become teafar, though actual is iin- But in time receding gums surely loosen your teeth, and then only a dentist tan save thera. The tender, bleeding gums cf Pyorrhea clio cct a3 50 many doonrays for disease to cater the infecting juints cr causing other nOrr.rols. Forhan's (For the prevents 2'yorrhca, if usctl ia end consistently. This r cans that it prc- THE LARGEST HOUSE IN DEALING NORTH AMERICAN K 324 DGHAID STREET DEPT. 171 FURS G, CANADA it. It Ecicn- cleans the hccpj them If gum already Kt id, start uang consult a inuncntately for. treatment. 35o and COc tubes. All Druggists. fORHAiVS LTD., Montreal, Can ad a. Mian's FOR THE GUMS M. Shcrlwk; Mrs. 0. G. Simmons; Mildred ISM; Mrs. KlUm Andy Scott, 1S90; Mike 1SS7; Jllss KosMsfcjr; Mr. Met Mrs. Ii. Cockle. JSS9: Mr. and Mrs. Lamb. ISSli; Miss Ingram; Mr. and W. Glass, 1SS9; Miss Donald; Yr... Hodgius; Mrs. Ii. Mclcalfo; Mr. ami Mrs. Gco. M. McXabb. ISSf; J. I'. aud Sirs. Nolan, 1S90; Mr. anil Mri. Litllo. IWHj Miss McXabb; W. 0. Koi-nau; XIr. and Mrs. T. R McXabb, 1SSS; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Xeldfe. 18SS; Mr and Mrs. Taylor, 1SS7; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Klt'-tile. Mr. iiml Mrs. Sfmsndf. (S03; Mr. and A. B. Diipeu, Miss Mrs. N'cwinan; Miss Tlfko; J. S. KlrVham, 1SSS; Jack Oliver. 1SS4; Frits Sick, 1900; Harry ncehvoc.nl. 1SS5; W. S. llemiorson, 1606; K. Ugglcstc'a, 1839; l.ou Uonnell, 1POO; Miss Mr. and Mrs. F. llonucll. iHOii; and Jlis. K. 11. Hill, tSSS; K. A. Maxwell, Dorothy Alexander; Mr. and] A. li ivcs. 1SSS: :n-5. Hurgcss, and Mrs. i. J. t'arui.'.K, TJC. U. J. Andorson wife. ISOn; Mi.1 and Mrs. Sid Mr. nnd Mrs. Ii. isSC. 'liss. Agr.es O'Kisaa; Miss Jlyril 0'lii.i.v.nt Mr. .mi! Mrs. Gco. Balciwln, 1SS5; Mrs. A. L. Piittcrcon, 1RSS: Mr. mid Mrs. W. H. Morris. 1SS5: Mr. aud Mrs. Slan. Morris; Hatrv Morris; Earl Morris, Miss Steele: Mr. and Mrs. Jao. Xivqn. 1SS5; Mr. aud Mrs. Thos. X'iv- cn. 1SS5; 31. Moriarity, B. llr.idy, Mike Iluiias, Mai Kropcuak; M. 1'iskb, 1300; Alcr. Stewart; Jos. Maughan; Mrs. Maw; Miss Seamen; Mrs. Kea- iiien, 1SS5; Mrc. Anderson, 1S93; Mr. aud Mrs. 1SSC; Fred Kwiug, 1SOS; K. B. MecDoimld. 1S92; Uruee Davis, 1S92; Walter Sinclair, IS99; S. J. Shepherd, Mrs. K. llmmiiouii, )S94; Jock Ilcndcrsoii, 1SS5; Mrs. Hugh Scolt, 1S52; Miss Henderson; H. A. Wright. 1S9S; W. St. Ii. Jamiesra, 1SSS; (liish) S. Y. Davis, 1S93; BrucG Uavls, IS92; W. H. McCanenerty, 1S99; Dr. W. S. Gal- Iirallh, 1S91; Davis; W. Fer- guson; Mrs. M. Cummine; Mrs. L. K. Craig; Mrs. L. McLean; 71iss M. .N'CVQ; Miss U JlcCaugherty; Mrs. X. L. Young; Mr. rnd -Mrs. Chas. Van Home, 1SSC; M. P. Snplna. 1SS2; Hon. Archie JIcLean; Mr. and Mrs. W. Ben- nett, 1S92; Chas. Cralgcr. 1S91; Mr. and Mrs. W. Ji Armstrong. 1SSS; Mr. and Mrs. n. J. Dlaning. 1SS7; Mr. and Mrs. K. D. .Johnson, 1SS4; H. C. Dal- S'eisli; Gco. Aicxanrter, 1S99; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bcnnclt, 1SS5; Miss V. Ben- neil; Mr. and Geo. Kerr, 1SSS; Harold McXabb; H. G. Giikes, 1S13; Jos. Gillespie, 1900; C. Fair- hurst, 1S95; Miss Agnes Kerr; Andrew Kerr, 1SS6; K Watson, 1900; Jim Watson. 1S90; Katie Palen; Miss G.eoghCEan, Olias. (Porky) Van Home, 1S9S; Harry Rose, 1SSS: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hiplej-, Kiitie Tumor, 1S90; Sir. Jos. GJIlesnii-j. j The .-Mrs. Henderson, b. G. DeYeucr. .The Conimitio Senator G. DeVeber, R. Sage H.' FJcetwood Jas. Rose, David Conn, Geo. Kerr, W. H. Morris, Fred Kenny, A. M. Kttchie, Chas. Van Homo, Win. Lamb, Vred Andy Scolt, George McXabb, Jos. 011- lespic, Lou lionnsll, Mrs. UoVeber, Mrs. Jas. Rose, Andy Neidig, W. H. FUNERAL AT OXFORD OF SIR WAI. OSLER LONDON, Church cathedral, Oxford, was crowded yos- Iterday at tho memorial service for Sir tVJlltiiiu Osier. Tho whole modical faculty of the university was iircseHt as well as many other represeutultvo rjen fit Oxford and several leaders of tho wMical profession In London, jTho principal mourners were Lad- Os- ier, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osier, broth- er and sIsN; lulaw; Mrs. Chapln, sis- ter of aroy Osier; Dr. flwymie. ne- lihey; Dr. Muitovh, Mrs. and Miss Km- uious. Others attending were Sir' George Perley, Sir George Parkin, Donald McMaslcr, M.I'.; Dr. George Badge- row, Col. Chisliotm, Ijdy Strathcona, Lonl and -Ijidy'llarcourl. Sir Ciiffoixl Arbult, rogius profesfor ot physics at Cambridge University, gave further testimony'of his udmlra- ilou tor Sir William Osier by bis pres- ence, and tho lioyal Collego of Phys- ics and lioyal Society ot .Medicine were represented by their presidents. Body Cremated LONDON, Jan. body of Sir Osier, tho noted physician, wf.o died at Oifcrd- Dec. 29. was cremated today. The urn containing ifl'.D ashes will be tiikcn to Oxford uud probablj- forwarded to Canada, where Dr. Osier was born, for burial. Halifax City Council raised the sal- ary of K. license'inspector, to J3.500. Two men nrp uudcr arrest lu York charged with titViiiC thawed their names and joiuvd a religious body whoso members, uader Ihb law, are allowed 15 gallons of wlue a year for religious purposes. BLUEWBBON It levels all ranks! The rich must no other is quite so gGcnd and the poor have long ire found out thai Blue Ribbon Tea is the most economical. RECORDS FOR CHRISTMAS 18389 Silent Night, Holy the tfeapoli- tan Trio, i Christmas Hymns Selection, Harp. 35261 Yule Tide Arthur Pryois Band Nazareth, .bass Frank Crouton 35479 Divine Service on a Battlefield, Sermon Rev. Parkyn Divine Service or, a Battleship, Sermon Rev. Pai'kyn Joy to ths World Ciir-ir Oh Come All Ye Trinity Choir 16996 35578 Hallelujah Chorus ..Victor Mixed Chorut Christmas Songs and Carols......... .................Victor Mixed Chorus 35S35' Ring Out Wild Belli by Percy Christmas Light 1 by Peerless Quartet 35412 It Came Upon a Midnight Clear by Victor Ortorlo Chorus 'While Shepherds Watched .Their Flockt by Victor Ortorlo Chorui Mason Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, E. L. Copeiarul Phone 19O3 E. R. Kent MR. BUSINESS MAN, .NOW IS THE i IME to rnvc your store rsncv-ited and painted for the New Year, we nave liau the experience, we have got the equipment, we use the best material that can be procured in Canada, If theretore we are in a position to give you re- i J as emeient and economical service as any individual or firm in the city. One of the things "Pyramid" stands for is speculation. It will be as good a speculation as you ever made to engage the Pyramid Decorating Company to do your work. Pemftviber (fie Phone Number 51612ihSt.S. The piogranimo was; 1, Grand March; 2, "Kangaroo'' Schottischc; 3, "CofTce Coolers" Qi-idrille; 4, "Gol- Waltz; 5, "Tenderfoot" Polka; 6, "Sis Chief" Minuet; 7, "Blizzard" Walti; S. "Chinook" Jersey; 9, "Whis- key Can" Quadrille; 10, "Get Thar" Waltz. Kslras: "Scalp Bance" Two Slop; Waltz; "Jamlca Gin- ger' Jersey; "Sllda Out" Two Slop. Aik-r Supper: I, "War Dance" Qiiarlrille; 2. "Prairie ChicXen" Waltz; 2. "Whoop 'er Up" Two Skp; 4, "Crass Hfiupcr" Minuet; "Oli1 Hucks'' Quatiri'Je; 6. ".Magpie" Waltz; 7, HHerB" Polka; S, "Chr-ckey rht-rrr Wine" Lancers; 0. "Stand Off" Jersey; 10, "Curlew" Srhotlishe. llllly Lsmb, Davis and Andy N'cHlB were the callers on. I Xo Jazz was allowed. Abont three- hundred pepolc were lliorc. I A holtifl hung from the I ceiling high atx.ro Ihf: tioafl! of every- cna Indicating thai whiskey at pres- ent is oal of ill But Maple I TreeV is zgiln on Ih-? niap. "Steamtoai Bill" arrived laic. TVhea Then hf- crmr to Ik': country first, hi- "Say KM, there weren't to rrnifiry I lit. amhin but fpear prpVr riales." Il a nt! HUMID I NEW "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" RECORDS Leading Dance Orchestras Lively catchy numbers that atce dancing doubly alluring FOR DOUBLE SIDED I'm Forevtr Blowinjj B Walli Somdwdy's Waitiij tor Henri's HeiuliFal Oliio Gmlarj) Gile 216071 Trol Coleman''OrcliEslra man't Tenls ol Slep. Ltiicoln'j Orch. Andllc'd Sir, "Oo-laii! Trot Henri's 216070 Fox I le'd Pktro I Win! iDtddy Who will Rock Me to Mcdltj Fox 1 All (he Qmktrs i Snoulder Fox Trot All Sfir W.IU Hear them at any "His Master's Voice" dealers d.. UaiiiJ 211 .'''1 T'- fJ nz v. v rrrj iv? V f-.--frrrr.v-- i.t t, -.1 ir.tid-cul- l