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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB FOUR V11K Un'HBHlDGE DAttT HERALD. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, Blberta DAILY AND WEEKLY orin to reputation ot a profession as ll is generally known. After all it cannot be laid down as a hard and fast rule that wo should iu every Instance be paid to conform to the law. THE LKTHMIDOE HERALD MUMTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED W. A. ud ManajiBj Director Yoronct Buslnors MIDIKreclatlve of the Rockefeller gift to 'anada for medical research. In that hey' contend that the Dominion hculd not be indebted to outside rources for this money. All that we :an say Is that "it never does to look a gift horse in the mouth." The Ontario Premiership was thrust n a flash upon E. C. Drury but it akes.a. long while to find for him ron, Mrs. John ductrc'59, Mrs. Chas. Secret- ary, Mrs. J. J. Lefllef; Ed- win Johnson. A vory successful gathering of the Tunis and Pathfinder classes was held on New Year's eye.. The two classes in separate secret'sesslon at S p. m. -Three new. Tunis members were nUIated. After this games were cn- oyed until lunch, when the domestic cienee room was filled with happy revellers. After this a sing-sons was held In the assembly hall till about 11.45, when Clara read Tennyson's "Ring 0'it Wild Bells" and Rev. H. Bosomworlh gave a brief address and all bowed the head as the new year'came, In. A number of the young people then adjourned to the basement and enjoyed .games for another half h6u'r..before "going home. A very Veil.attended dance was held in tho Hay. Growers Hall oil New Year's night., .Theij1 weather, was Ideal anil .a..large cqrdnjjny. tripped the light fantastic 1. The new schbgl'lgTlnclpal, Mr. A. J. iiwi B. A. ahlved on New by Mrs. Law and their little sofrCecil (2 years) and baby. Joy (3 On behalf of th'e community we extend-to "Mr. Law A hearty welcome and feel cure" that he and his wife and family will feel happy in pur .midst. "We trust that he will succe'sd in making the school more than 'ever before u real community centre. The.new moTlng picture machine ar- rived this week and the first public exhibition was.given on Friday InK, Janunry 2nd. Mr. Bert Helghea has been appointed "operator and he Is busy getting acquainted with all the fine points of the. machine so that the best service may Lbe given. .The first show, gives promise of much excel- lent service In'the .future. The films shown were sent for experiment pur- but were really excellent. The usefulness of this 'machine .can be very great if it Is fully appreciated. By au award slrued by Jui'ge Gunn, f Ottawa, and Fred Bancroft, of Tor- nto. Iho Toronto electrical workers, rnnloyees of .the. Toronto Railway ornnany, Toronto Power company nd the; Tonnito -Btetrlo IJght com- lany, rejelve au addillonal Increase "1 n wages froni" cent an of labor on behalf 1! at ll members employed oa itaft of the Montreal Star, irto. U sed, are belnc tuilairljr nated acainst by the auajxeoMBt of the It clainwd th- UBlon that the Star io lock- out nemben of Its staff win kad ed the uuioa. Tho depuiawt be- in; represented In iiie matUr by B. M. Qulii, who 1> maKins to Just the our to eighl centi. Traffic, through.'ijie. Panama; Canal a 1919 exceeded tliut of any previous ear. Two thousand tjiree; hundred thlp? nomb5 wero among the wagon load of lierature, letters and "Red" propa- ganda seized '.a federal raids at New Brunswick., N.J.' the real need of a in the Legislature. Premier, a seat 'the 'armor members liXo the M. P. P. attachriant' too to give It np lor even he fa their leader. Senator Borah "charges that powor ful European and American Interests ire co-operating to'draw the United Stales into European affairs through the League of Nations, ft possible, anil not "by secret and tacit agree- ments." Tho Irish-American Senator has all the Celtic imagination ot his race. demonstration on .the different cuts of meat which was very tliqely and helpful as many of the ladies do not know how to buy eco'nomlcjiliy. He said the poorer class of people paid the highest price for meat., Mur- iel Podjor, our local "artist, "then en- ertntneil the meeting- with- a recita- :lon, "The which would in tself repay the ladles for coming to [he meeting. The piece was very touching, and Miss Podger displayed great talent. The institute feel hon- ored to have ainriDl-tp help niake our meetings what they ought to. be. The different committees wero elected for the whist drive, ai follows: Recep- tion committee, Mrs. J.-A. Leadbet- ler, Mrs. B. Caldwell and Mrs. M. Blackpool and lira. Wm.' Larirle; re- freshment committee, Mrs. JV W. At- kin, to choose aids; cbmrnlttee to look after the hall, Mrs. D. Peterson, to choose, aids; air.. K. N. Barker to have charge of scorecards. Sykes will have'charge of programs. After the business, refreshments were serv- ed. At the close ot the meeting the eight lady visitors added their names to tho roll. "The slalely homes ot England" are one by one passing away under the hammer and aro being acquired for utilitarian uses. The latest Is that of the historic estate of Oatlimds Lodge which has been acquired by a film- making concern. Tlie old order Is not only changing but moving In keeping times.' -1 It Is a useful adjunct, to the school in giving instruction, .it, glvea a chance for a quiet time of relaxation to tired people, but also It affords an oppor- tunity, to train our local talent in music, reading, debate, speaking, etc., as it gives boily to any local talent program presented. But inost import- ant perhaps, It presents this very useful form ot recraUlon from being commercialized In Coaldale. Tho drfva for Increased capitaliza- tion of Form Products Ltd., Is proving very successful. A good round sum has already been' subscribed. On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week January 6th and 7th. th3 drive will be onclucled, after which stock will he sold by an appointed salesman on a commission basis. all the community plcasa note and remember the following dales: January meeting to nominate candidates for the village council, and :o elect tho same. Time 8 p.m.; place, the C'oaldale Commercial Club Rooms. January annual school meeting. Time, p.m.; place, Coal- dale School Auilllorium. January of Coaldalo Water Users Association to elect of- ficers. Time 10 Coalilalc each for have been' arrang cd to finance the exportation of loco uolives and agricultural machlncrj Tho locomotives will go to Poland at tbe agricultural machinery to Eng and, France- and Belgium. The belief at Ottawa is that whe the.amalgamation of tho departments of the interior, and linmigraticn an colonization takes place, Hon. M Calder will permanently take over th portfolio ot minister of militia'an the department of soldiers' civil establishhieiit Trill: be merged; wlthrth mlllt'a. Sir James Ixmghecd, remain ing government leader.in the senat but perhaps dropping out of the' ca' inet, according to the Regina Lecde lA special dispatch lo L'Bvenment, cf Quebec, 'from OttawaJ announces WM !a am ton coadttfca. ocr bwt eillut health. I Cooumad will ran any Hrrj.yit, ChrUtopbCT, IH. Mervooraess it ofUn k ijniitoiii of wcsinot or fiuKtioatl oataaee- ment, which mar by thia famooa root and ramajy, E. Pinkham's Cnropound, aa tbouHndi of WOOOB ban loud ff conplieathni cxirt. vrKa Iflfia E. Vm. for Maaf In tayoor attaint rawlt of iU tag ai One thousand Oranville, 16 replace Hon. P.'A. Cho each. I quotle, who has. resigned.- The patcb adds "The resignation of ienntor ChoQuetle has been 'in the lands of the prime minister since his iomination RS judge of the couri of sessions of the peace of Quebec, Tho accessor of the late Hon. Senator Ixmdry has not yet been named." Retail merchants from all parts of Saskatchewan and representative of all lines of trade will hold convention in Hcgliia special Tuesday, A janitor In ono Canadian university receives 'belter pay lljan some of Us profeasphv. la our reconstruction period we should setfle once and for- ever (hat the teachers, no matter (Prom Our Own BTZ1KOM, Jan. M. Salmon returned from Lethbrldgo Tuesday evening. Miss Dora Sawall haa ticon III with tonsllitls for tho past week. A good crowd attended tho New Year's ball, Dec. 3d, 1919, and danced 3 o'clock .Jan. 1, 1520. Mr', [I. Me- Kenzlo and Mm. B. Sewall furnished good music. Mrs. Coffin Ion for Weil nosday morning. Miss Eileen nines was the guest of Mrs. West last week. -Mrs. Warren gavo a dinner for tho bachelors around town Thursday ovc is. exemplified In 11 tho spirit of tho'where they may be, shall be paid a of love. To labor loo much on wage wotlhy us far as possiblu o- docs not exactly con- their intellectual attalnrncuti. nlng. Miss Ililil and her brother, from Oranlca, attended the ball New Year's Bvo, 'fiio of Prosny shipped in two carloads of Iiriy'last week. Mrs.rWest Is-leavlng'for a week ii Lclhbridgc Commercial club, January first meeting of tho newly elected village council. Time, 3 a.m.; place, Coaldalo Com- orcirtt Club Hooms, Ke it Tuesday at 8 p.m. a unique entertainment will bo given at Heady- Made School by thu Tunis Path- finder Young Peoples Classes from Coaldale. The Tunis Class will sent a sketch emitted "Something to Our anil tho Pathfinder Class a ono act "Our Aunt from California." Thoi-t will also be five reels of moving and musical Items Interspersed, and 15c. Admission 25c SENATOR HUMBERT IS ACTIVE AGAIN PARIS, Jan, 3.-C1iarles Humbert, former Trench who was ac- quitted by. a courtmart'la! last May on a charge of bavins had dealings with the enemy, haa announced himself a candidate for tho scndlb In his con- stituency In Ihe Mouse u'flpartment. This (g the first mention of the sen- alol- in the newspapers hero nlnco hie Jan. 6, to discuss orders by tho Cana- dian board of commerce. King Alfonso haa named Infanta ]sa' bel, his aunt, president of the commit- tee being organized here to collect funds for a Spanish hospital and nurses school to bo constructed In New York City. Life insurance of will be pre- sented to every member of the staff of T. Kalon company, limited, arid will apply to employes. Ueshles the insurance, a pension system has been devised for the employes. Eighty persons were Injured, about 12 of them probably fatally, and -10 dangerously hurt, when five passenger coaches ot a Chicago and Great West- ern passenger train rolled down au enbankmer.t near Wyeth, Mo. The supreme council at Paris decid- ed .to measures for the removal from south Uussla ot Russian iiallon- als who liavo become refugees from tho Bolshevlkl In tho advance of Hie soviet troops ngalnsl the Dcnlklne forces. The stcamor Canadian Sealer of ilio Canadian merchant marine, rcccntlv built at tho shipyards of Xcw (Has- sow, N.8., left a port lu Iho Gulf of Cnnso with general cargo for various places in the Magdalene Islands where food >.s scarce. Fighting Itetwcen French troops and Arabs at Baalbek, Syria, on Dec, 16, was not ot a serious clinractor, accord- Ing to an official statement Issuer! nt P.'irls, Cairo dispatches reporting tho Incident state that severe losses wero Inflicted during tho lighting. It is elated on excellent authority that Dr. F. It. Uccles, one of Ixmdrti's wealthiest physicians and most, pro- minent physicians has Imllr.iiH Intfintton of making a donation of lo Western University (or the. purpose of providing a suitable library building. Avowjdly mystified at his inability lo resist Iho charms of Ihc fair ECX, I'tercy Aahby, ngnil ?4, pleaded guil'.y at Winnipeg to a chargn of bigamy and was remanded for sontenco. He married twico within eight months and Mrs. Kllon Ashby, 28, Ills first wife, preferred Iho charge. Moi le Ncwswrilers" Association of (real hassappealed to the minister Order Victrolai TODAY Basy Price. >W All 8tylef All Records From Jazzjctt jazz ORDER THAT VICTROLA T60AY Block Hotnt of; ttie yi Grove's O-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it ia. GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be. applied to the nostrils so that'you will be continually inh'aling the vapors while in the, presence of patienls who are .sick ,with contaijious diseases, or, ijyhen you are entering ".crowaed..cars', or other public places during au euidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any drip or In- fluenza germs brecthed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve'before the jierrns can reach the EOR THEJ SICK Place 'One 'Level Teasptwiifiil of 'GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE hot saucer lithe sickroom. Tha -Antiseptic Vapor'riijng trim salve makes; easMor'tbe It induces sleep and is a great comfort suffering with Spasmodic Croup. Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, Whooping; Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumools, The Healing Effect of the Vapor relievei the patient and Is very comforting; Price 33c per box. If your Druggist hasn't any, send 3Sc in postage fitampr, to Paris Medicine Company, 193 Spadina Ave., Toronto, and a full-size will be mailed to you promptly. ;