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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGKTWKIVS TITO irrrHBninoE DAILY Ontario Ktsult Forces Question (o Are Far- mers' Ideals? (By Canadian Prtts BRANDON', Jin. the iwrail tueellng of the Msultobe, Grain Grow- ers now In Eesslga- here President Brown hid tte following to say on the elections: and success lhal has attended tha first en- TEODY JR. TAKES SEAT ALBANY, X. Y., Jan. fTheoiore Roosevelt, Jr., political career In toe usembly today. It was recall- ed that als distinguished fath; er entered public ot8ce a> aii assemblyman 3S years 'igo. declared. Firm Women Active Mrs. J. O. Wood, president of the women's section, in her address, ed that Ihe year had scon a great advance iu the organliatlon. "Our she said, "wllh men and women as members, has become more altraclivB because politics! acllou has been put on our program. A long en- during electorate has pailently waiting for something that will jive Iheiu power lo remedy their and iu political action Ihey ure that their InMi.enco tudo In the nilcd use ho farmer gorera- there, be a "vent.ble reg characterUed br the ilon" of all polKlcM evils roent would be naiTonWs o( vision, that is often -jcrlbed to those who lilt toll, that year has boon dispelled by the 'broad and of The women's-MctUm, she worked along four special Hneo; Iho first, Canadian Bchools; the second, young peoplo't work in rum? Premier Drury. fell and 1 that asrlculturc has liad to boar an undue share of the nation's burdens. But faced, as we arc. with Iho possi- bility in the not distant future of hav- ing a controlling position in the. conn- ol tho nation, we way well tn.- nuiro as lo our purpoeo aud Ideals." Bid Financing at Ottawa President BroVn said that Canada's lime.financing was not character- ized by the .'highest statesmanship; that tho opportune, moment for collect- ing a largfl part of the cost was not taken advantage of. Forseei Fanner GovL at Ottjwa ..At said-. Mr. a KOT- erumerit-which years ago seemed ,.to have ot tha people "1.0. an degree, had eTldently Jost that support and an election in the. near fmure. probably would return groups' of members than bofbre seen iii the Canadian commons. .There likely will ie a largo group of..lator man, Fald 'and'a'Jarge uumberVif not the major Id" support the farmers jilatforni. u' i With these consideralions in view and third, batter medical rightly HcllUies and rural clubs. "Not oul> the fBtra women united for wor! RUSSIA'S DEATH TOLL THIRTY MILLION, 3 YEARS N6W YORK, million chlWrtn 4M In ftUMfa from fimlna durinj the iMt Jcwrdlng to a itatt- mtht on In the imt which today by Prlnetaa Ca'rrtJCU- Resolution Adopted at Wvor Jlin- imum Teachers' Salary n our province, but they arc. working nter-provlucially to attain greater re-' stated. Twenty new locals added to ie women's section during 1919. mak- nj? a total ot 64, the secretary's re- oil showed. Organization ot Junior rain growers' club} also had been uccesstnlly undertaken. Coopera- Ion with the provincial board of ealth was also shown, attenllon be- ns paid also to liws tor the hetter- uent of conditions for women and The-report ot the auditors showed a cash balance on band of witli otal receipts in the past year ot Of these receipts more than islf was- from membership dues. CALGARY, Jan. creamery imtter in Alberta is .coii sWerably greater Ibis winter than in any previous winter and the total pro- duction In 1920 is einectod to be 25 per approximately in State- ments to ihls effect wero mado loday by C. B. Marker, provincial dairy com- missioner. CoiuraiisiMiur Marker said that tho development of tho output of cream- cry bulter WBS due to a growing in- I'vfca! In the dairy business nmong [armors because of Iho higli prices lng paid for cream. The. selling price, of creamery but- ter In Calgary during Iho summer season o( 1013 was 10.18'per cem. Msher than the selling prico during the suuimer season of 1914. (Special to The CALGARY. Alia., Jan. resolution committee reported further when tho Alberta, federation ot Labor convention reassembled this morning. Dealing with the resolution compul- sory medical examination which had been referred back dno to opposition to an amendment offered to tho prerogative o! Eelecllnt Ihol vown physican. The commuted in view of tha fact tint the of Grant, In an appol In Mhalf American. central eommlttM> for relief. 4Mth toll ment- "loned by Vnt aHc'uld, of men who had laW down on thi RutilM flKtlng for the DUEtS MJUIT Lecre School Early, and Teachers Not favors the nationalization o! Med- ical that the original resolution be adopted and amendment eliminated. The was adopted. A resolution presented by Caliary flreflghters that tho Federation, ulc for legislation that will permit civic employees exclusive of hc-ada of de- to run for and hold alder- manic positions 'without forfeiting heir jobs, was adopted most unani- mously, S'jppirt Seldlera' Bonua Tho convention again went on rec- ord as being in full accord with the G. W. V. A. demand for a bonus. The. rcsolulion. was submitted by civic employees of Letlibrldge. era' demuid for fl.200 min- imum rrags and their request for prlv- of consultation wiUi school oa educational quMlions and Proposed model form of contract. A Tote'ot against Calgary Herald for It's 'on Alex. Ross in connection'with his activities; re (he principle involved In the Russell l at Winnipeg was adopted. OR1LJJA, Jan. Drnry, addressing Iho Canadian Club last night ois e'liicstlou, the present system resulted in cent, ot the' vublic 'school end nj their educational will their dejwrture from the chodle and'being Inadequately equip ped tor the before them In the world. Training men tor citizenship right thinWne and'rlght living, as wa done, by teachers In Ihe v'onecr days, WM desirable In these days, pre mier clatoed. solution ot thi rural school problem b; Premier Brury was the appolntmeu WEDNESDAY. JANUARY alary and standing IB 'the comaiun- y equal-to tho salaries and ot the of tlie gos- Bremier1 said tho public aboulil train the pupils %loat at lines lor vblcU were idijted arid twt 'Mamleations ae He the ublle EChoola should retain' the pupils until' 17 age ot li earii; i'f' ONTARIO WILL 7 THE ROAD TORONTO, Ja'i. It, ort authority momln< that Ontario dtclded not ti'ieli Ing Northern Ontario Railway the to form a part national aya- tein, but, on tho other hind, to do- velop in connoetlon with this read a ayattnvof ftuft COL. CRIGG'S MOTHER AD JjONDOK, Jan. (Canadian AEBO- elated Among -tho deatha an- nounced today is that, of MK..H, B. Gilgg, mother of Col. Grigg, who ac- companied the Prince ot Wales to of "permanent male teachers, Canada as military .secretart. Frtnch Police Make Gruesome Discoveries His Wife De- voted Accomplice The provincial'government will urged that standard'rate of wages Jw paid covering all public works Ings, road worlc, etc. The convention again urgeu upon the government to enact the Barbers' Jlodel License Law. Endorio Salary Kntlorsatfon was 'given tho TcacS BEDROOM OP BEREAVED MOTHER SCENE OF FUNERAL SERVICE funeral or the two children (John, G and Silcen, 4 years) of Mr. and M'rs; John y, 29D Nairn avenue, who died rom (he effects of'injuries received n the C.P.H. wreck, Maine state, Sat- urday, 22, was held from the of-the parents yesterday after- noon. Mrs. Petley, mother of tha children who was nrerGij iiijunad in the wreck in which her liltlo ones lost Lh'eir lives, was unable to leave her and Hev. Father. McCandlsh conducted dn impressive funeral ser rice in the bedroom of the bereaved mother. There was a large gather ing .ot sympathizing friends at tin home, and many floral tributes ccv ered and surrounded tho little cas kctJ.. The interment was at Elm wood cemetery. n't Hack and Cough! until you nuke youraelf knd erefjooe near you raijerable. It if not when f wiQ slop the irritation, heal the inAanve4 membranes o! the throat and won cure the severest cough. COLDS, SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA and .WHOOPING COUGH yieW to the soothing and healing influence of this wonderful cough medicine. You owe it to yourself and youf friends to always Veep B bottle in the house at this season. None genuine unless in 2 Red Package bearing the trademark Na-Dru-Co. IT ai ChtaioJ Ctrnfaj CaiatV, laatej. (By Canadian; PreM Leased PARIS, Jan. officials In- vestigating charges againat Henri Lau- dru, the alleged "blue who. is accused of slayiiig a number ot wom- en, and destroying their bodies, claim to have found about -15 pounds of human. bones in a house where Lan- dru lived. Among1 the bones was n skull in a good state of preservation. Some ot tho bones had teen cut with a aaw, fho teeth which left pecul were easily recog- nlied. It is said the saw wllh which the work -was done has. teen found and marts made by its teeth coincide with ot the hone fragments. lnq.ulry aa'io the alleged operations of Uindrn's wile, rays tho Eclair shows was a "devoted accom pllce" ot her hualiand and "knew, of he did." It ia also charg ed their children assisted in disposing of property, secured by in the course ot his alleged crimes. ANTWERP, .Tan. was realized from the sale ol American army.stocks i-cmairilng in Franco after the departure of the Am- erican army, said Brlg..-Cen. chief of staff, of tho American depart- ment of suiiply, who sailed today for America. Gen. Connor said be had estimaled'th'c value of tho stocks at and declared it .vrouldi have cost to take the stocks back to the United States. The United Stales, therefore, received a little less than Gi) cents on the dol- ar for the supplies that wera sold. Gen. Connor emphatically denied he old story that the French, had made the American army pay for trenches It occupied In Prance. "The whole he said, "Is that the Am- erican army not paid a cent' for any ground used, or for anything d stroyed at the. front" SAYS IRELAND DRIFTING TO INDUSTRIAL CRISIS QUALITY Dining Roptl TWO GERMAN PRINCES APPLY FOR DIVORCES PAIUS, .Ian. August and rrinca .Joachim, respec- tively the. fourth and sixth sons of former Emperor William o[ Germany, have, brought suit for divorces, accord' Berlin advices to the Matin. Prince August was married to Prin- BS Alexandra Victoria of Schieswig- Holstoin, on Oct. 22, 1908. Ills broth- to Princess Marie Ait gustfue of Anhalt occurred March 11, 916. DUBLIN', Jan. orJer of the. Joint strike forbidding members o! trades, unions to handle potrol, because of the government's order requiring all motor car-drivers' to obtain permits, has met with a re-, eponse from all transport the railwayman, dockers and members' of the Transport Workers1 Union. As a result' the small amount of motor traffic remaining after.promul- gation of the motor permits order has "aseil. Tn labor circles it is declared Ireland is drifting toward nn in- ustfial crisis of tho first magnitude. WHOOPING COUGH uaoMC CTOOT ASIMU COIDJ f troiy of wboopfnie and relievet Crc-iv at It afrocn to infTertrt (row Ai- TURKS SUFFER LOSSES SALOX1KI, Jar. occupa lion forces hare clashed with Turkish detachments, near Odemlahe, Asia Minor, and "grave loaiea" wore Inflict ed upon the latter according to an offl oial statement issued at army head quarters. The attacked Turks who wera stationed upon twc heights near' armlstlca line, an dror6 Iho latter from the Hold, Captur IBB one cannon. Ten Greek soldier and one officer were wounded iu tli lighting, it is reported. DYE THAT SKIRT, V COAT OR BLOUSE EXCHEQUER COURT HEARING OTTAWA, Jan. Wodnssda tho e-jtcheqncr court will commenc Ihc hearing of the Toronto power cas out of (ho dnmand made h the Toronto Power Company for 243.009 for power aupplIM to Iho On inrio Hydro 10 supply var indii short of power. Tho orrlor lo tho To- ronto Pownr lo supply power was (jlven by Sir Henry Drayton. In Ms capacity as power controller. Tho On- tario Hydro disputes tho claim and in to pay only for power "Diamonr! Dyes" Matte Old, Shabby, Faded Apparel Just Like New Don'i perfect results. "Diiunood guaranteed to a neiw, rich, fadeless color to any fahrlc, whether It bo wool. silk, linen, coUon or mliwi blouses, skirls, childron'i coale, foatTjora, drapwles, coverings. ThB rrtroctton Hook with each ao.plainly bow io dlejoond dye over any color that yon can not matte A TV nutch any matedfll, have you "Wamontl Dye" Color HREE DEAD IN .JUNEAU urniture at Remarkakly Lbw Prices i LANDSLIDE .X. JUNEAU, Alaska, Jan. ad- illonal bodies tad bean recovered rora tho debris ot the landslide which vreched a portion ot the main street Saturday afternoon. The dead. now nmiber three. MTRO-PHOSPHATE IS GOOD FOR THIN NERVOUS PEOPLE A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE. QUARTER CUT OAK DINING SUITE This is a good substantial BUite, mads of selected quarter cut oak, kiln driedi Buffet is a good siai, measures. 21xo2. Has roomy double cupboard, two full length drawers and two drawers, one lined. Back !s fitted with' bevel plate mirror, with shelf. Extension table lias 4Much round top extending to six feei, hns heavy pedestal base. Dining- scats of box co'nsirucllon