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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UiTHBHiiHiK DASCY PAGE T A NEW IDEA W HOUSE DECOIAT1NG Your Savings Mean Much To You B. Fritt Be Stirred (From Our CRESTON, B.C., Jan. of hit wlUWMd notiblo town property changes. block Mala str Victoria Are., in jait by W. vacant lot tte of It lias by local P. BUM The two ilfijittfe-tkt. choice at the business dhitrict.- bvUfitac the, rear ot up tor a altitude brought about disrespect. for the law and was undesirable. Oth- erMctioof ot the Act were becoming difficult ot prompt and effective ad- ministration. "Ws tbc delegation observed In their memorandum, the time has ar- rived for an entire rorlslon of the machinery of Ir.vestigetion and ar- bitration.., The congress stands ready to participate in a conference lo un; IIN'StNVyraiSILlEGAt iFflciiio., I II one French worn- seven.franct.each .from a second an wanted a cloak lIKe her neighbor's dertate work In order, lhat. t to there are now .under arrest twenty- ,r, L strict proprietor ttVi- fllr., frho .re csntly arrWeJ aide ths and rooming li riii by a1 Caloa- inan, In of wbjch _ 4111 a R. M. 'Wttiiow, who ty of tho B.C. Trait Shippers and Traffic': Association with J------ ion, a public i...... Monday otcht. shortage-worse 1S19 unliss yreEsure it imraWlately on Ottawa (o an adequate fleet'of cargo ca'rrlera to bring'-the" raw sugar from Peril ind Fiji to-keep the cout The f 460 of cohimlsslQiis'earned by thd Victory'Loan 1S19 canvattsri'ar- rived on and'Is being" inailia the w'orkers In the several this week. In City, dis- trict canvassers are the' }63; they'earned 'to the'toldlera' niemoriai fund of that locality. Contractor 'rJitchell' Is hois thu C.I'.R; trackiige the depot. .11 It 25 by 14 two storage .tanks of' a hundred bw rels eacli in capacity. .-.Crestoii; wil be the dlslrlbulldg'" the country from' Yehk to Kodtehay Land- ing." With over 60 automobiles to nothing'of trucks, and. tractors, and the there is a very healthy demand foV gasolineand coal oil. .0.'B. TwiggB, .arrived this week from Victoria''to take charge ot field for Valley. With! the of at 100 ool- dlcr Carmen Uckllnc the -land at List- er thd year it.li Mle-to jn-edict Mr will. ousy v Commencing with new, year stores1 .Inmigurited sli o'clock closing, in place of 1 p.ni., iaa the cnstom for years 'back. It-'li' ponlbla In Tlew of the earlier doling at night a that there will be to Wed'rie sda'y halt-holiday in; 3 ThB advance guard of the crew tha1 YOUNG MOTHER The Guest: provide for nuick and satisfactory set: llement of disputes." The delegation refused also that, pending changes the act ho made applicable to nil workers employed in public utilities, whether privately or publicly owned. Amohg' farther representations by the delegatldn were: Disapproval ot the Increase In the permanent rnllltary forces from B.OOO to and a re- quest made that the lion-military pol- icy of pra-war time us soon aVposaible; that trade unions be granted the right to protect their Union .labels from infringements; compulsory labelling of receptacles containing white, lead; election funds to be 'published; fullest assistance to workers' to secure .their own improvements In the conditions under which-riiral mall carriers work; that just a little coll.- __ months or Show, London. Sunday, Kev. Kligarde officiating. SCrs. Geldrlge family, .were, Visitors at Ihe homfe of and Mrs. ______ _ Hild on will have t'oargo ot the rtwl .and Ladiea, please take note .a U.FAV. wood work ott the new Goat Rlrer be orgaulzed in Lancaster was here lals week looking tor school hOUEe, Saturday night, Jiiii. ea'ling (iiaHeri for the Mth: 'All wishing to join be on hand 'TViat on eirth haTe you got The Host: "Oh, that's 'steps he] taken to put the majority ollection I've made from ray wife's 'liats' during thu last alx resolutions of Mathers' cominli- slop Into effect'; penalty for fair -clauses violations; men and women doing equal work should n- ceivo equal pay; reopening of work on Welland Canal oh tha basis of an eight hour day and hour week; representation of workers on the man- aging board of directors of' the Can- adian National Railways. three minor charges -pf Illegal trafilc in goods bought by, the government from the Xlntted States. The cloak was cheap as'well- as( stylish looking, and when the husband of tha woman who v.aiilcd a dupllcalo examined It he saw at osea thai H was made from a blanket used by the Unt Ited Stoles Army. This and like II, wjis supposed to be Intended for sale at Iho lowest poss- ible price to Inhabitants of the devast- ated regions. Ipvestleatlon was begun and tha firm which'sold the cloak stated-that It was bought with similar garments at wholesale tor seventy francs each from the manufacturer. Tho manufac- turer said ha purchased them for twenty francs each from" ft grocer. The grocer said bo bought the blankets for dealer. TheVsecond hand dealer said he five franca from a man.coimectet) with the blanket depot This 'latest scandal In. connection with-American stocks, following on revelations ''.that 'goods sent wholesale into Germany, has aroused public sentiment to such an extent that the nialtor may go before the Chamber of Deputies. Chesney are busy hauling hay from Etiikom. .-Mr. hnilt an addi- tloa ;reiHeuce. The Day held a In school house lave scciired .the cunitnodlous'. fruit packing, warehouse on the M. H. Palm- er ranch. wblch'Is being equipped with cooking apparatus and .dining room enulpment. are being maae to op double doty- in the valley .this winter. P. V. Staples' ffordson and Camp- ton's both .supplying engine. power, -jtpr table. In the snnller" logs they 'have no trouble to the work, but In the larger timber they bate their trouble putting the taw through with- out having to bact ?.ad at 7.3ft sharp. Don't-forget therwhist drive to.'be leld lu.the Prospy'school house, Sat- orday. Jan. 10th. k H 11 uui ajar i life How Lydia E. Pinkham t Veg. take a couple of runs at it. eUUe Compound Restores Health and Strength. Luttbw, After chilli I was cot able to ftand on Vegeta- Componriif I .it -and nsti Lydia B. 1'lnkham's Sanative Wash, and 1 got better right away nnd was soon A new woman and could work hard, and I REMANDED ON BAIL Hou. this cily. held since the be- ginning.of tlie week by the provincial police on' a charge undir tiie Siskat chewan -temperance', act, was th'ls morning -roinauiied on appear Thursday. The alleged nrfense' look placu at Keller on or about 31st PfllNCn AIjBBIlT, Sar. atenky, Philip Mamchur and-Maxim three Wakow farmers arrested yesterday in connection wiln the .Progressive 'Farmers' Elevator .frauds, were committed lor trial. They were charged with hiving defrauded Tnr llia company ot etch. The Jan. of (he Ca50 against tnese three on the question of Inilnslnal dlapntes, was Uialt they had caihed certain grain the .labor delegation meeting the cab- ticket? th'e Progressive. Farmers' iriet emphasized that tho com- Elevator without grain lAilsory elauaes'.of the indunlrlal dis- Jo. the, elevator in .exchange (or tkes- putes act ihad ibeen shown time and again lo rbe generally impossible enforcemeBHf aid-tlio government had refralned'troni enforcing in'eui: Such in the 'B gfc onion vbjry dtsh. LACK OF REST worry, over-work or imperfect ,nourishment, all in a measure contribute to and are the beginnings of nervous prostration. StmtMULSIQN is a decided help to those who are nervous, in that' it pro- vides an easily assimilated food that quickly up die general health by nourishing the whole body. Give less attention to worry; enjoy regular rest and deep1 and take Scot ft Emalrion regularly after meals. never to nourish and strengthen, EcoltJttoinit.Toitflilo.Oal..': JM9 PROSPY U. F. A. CHOOSES'' 'DELEGATE TO CALGARY (Ji iiAiv'LEA, Jan. Mr. Mike Verier has rented Mr. M- Millar's farm and intends taking up his mldence Uuro this spring., Mr. John Rowan has been fortunate in getting a KOod.arliBlsu well, lots of .water. ironi visitor Tuesday. an. EU1- Mr. Truman Fouls visiting his sister, Mrs. R. Bishop of Etzlkom for a few clays.' Mr. A. -N. 13 hauling feed from Wfnnlfred. Miss Anna Held has accepted the position as teacher of the Samson can recommend Uiother 'school, south ot Bow. Island and com- mothern who ore wrak- om. HS I OSA 0. 621 S. ;Ho3tncr Street, Lansing, Mich. Women Tvho arc in Wrs. Boirors' con- dition sboul'l not continue to suffer from weakness tnd profit from experience and give this famous root herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Compoand, For eaggwtlons in regard to year eondition LydiaE. I'inkhem ilerl- ThercBUltof ancaster school' house Saturday! anuary 3rd lArge attendance. Seven applications': for memlici'sMr were accepted which augurs well for the future of the" association. It was tedded Ihsl a dclegata tent to tho Calgary convention. Mr. Swanson, he prcDldenl being selected. Tho president also hla leslro 10 organize a U.F.W.A. at their next meeting Saturday, Jan. 17. A whlcl club was also organized the Crist whist drive to'be held In the Prosny school house, Saturday, Jan. Iftlh, each member paying 25 cents to Join snf 10 fee each night A1 the conclusion of the meeting a card game was enjoyed by all. Mr. A. Lars and 'Mrs. Links winning first s, and Mr. A. N. Sprinkle and Mrs. T. H. consolation, Re were lerred 'at midnight after which the party broke up er pressing IhernMtres ti taring a real good A most enjoyable dance wan hel in the Olon school house Friday Mr, William Stepbenson marie a bos incsa trip to Etcikom Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Kspseth o Proipy retameil from A two months rltlt to North Dakota Friday. Mr. George Wares made a trip It Etrikom Friday.- Kricksou and Canada Life Co; Wonders if.Presint Companies ing Too Many New Risks TORONTO, Jan. Cox of the Canada Life Assurance com-1 p'any, at the annual meeting of the t cpmnany rsferrcd to the. in (he Rmotint of! a" "the; companies'In the and asked, It the demand persisted, cquW the companies meet the call without leaning unduly upon their eilsting He said It was obvious that, the companies could no.t go Indefinite-1 ly nndertaklng the large volume of! business that-was offering bycnrlall-, Ing'pront payments', and'it was equal- ly' obvious that they not cease to porform to trie1 fullest extent the func- tions required of the companies. The Insurance Act" of Canada, Mr. Cox said, made' provision for meeting the situation and there was no good rea- son why all the companies should not avail .themselves of It. The board of directors were raolect- 9, was made ast night that a state, of siege had een proclaimed throughout Iho prov-; nee. of .Catalonia. Barcelona Is calm ncl thrco hundred ai-resfs hair occur-' cd In consequence of reccnl disorders. waders of syndicalists there have dls- ppeared. The government intinrtsjio strong ..measures'to put aA end o the present stale of affairs, the first tep being to order the termination ;of he lockout recently Lunches, Teas, Meals, and Refreshments, are nicely j, repa'red. The daintiness of the sei vice appeals. Home- made Bread, Cakes and Pastries are of high quality. celona, which was keeping persons out ot employment. I- qa ti] J93IIJO so uoiiireiis paaaans 01 us Let the cook strike what do I care, as long as 1 can have my POST TOASTIES The Corn flakes jKirkby's Lunch and Tea Room Small can feed you cheaper than you can feed high cost of food, 'yourselves during these days of Figure oul what your grocer, meal dnlryinnn, vegetable- man and baker will charge you for Iho samo amount of food as would constitute your menl hero. Then consider your warfc in preparation of tho meal, tho incidentals, Iho labor at washing dishes, etc., anil you. too, as ninny others, will form tho satisfying habit of taking your meats hore whore pleasing variety la presented to telect from, goorl, nourishing, zPSlfu! food Is offered and where Iho service and environment Is ao enjoyable. Kirkby's Bread is the gift of the sunny, yellow wheatfield. The strength and vigoi of the wheat is bound up in thw toothsome loaf. Fiom out Bakeshop Kiikby's Bfead comes forth daily in a golden shower of loaves. Kirkby's Biead is made under ideal con- kitchens especially clean and equipped.with the most scientific aids to bread-makingi The materials used are oi. the actual bread-makers are experts. It is sweet, healthful and tasty bread. Kirkby's Home-Made Bread Is Thorough" bred Bread Our cakes and pastries are the real home made kind. Not Go To 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;