Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TOR LEVjlBIUnGE tlAJLT HB'UIJJ SATURDAY, JANUARY. 10, 1020 MONTANA FARMERS TO LOCATE IN NORTH SASK. A DEMOUNTABLE SHIP BUILT OF ITS OWN CARGO 1-niN'CK ALBERT. S-lsk. Jan. ID. colony of thirty families from Montana is lo located near Ueauy next spring. This is the advuuce party of ft largo number from the south j are Impressed with the agricul- tural iirospcou of Northern Ssskaich- and arc going to throw in tteir lot wiiu this part or ihy prov Slice. A group of Montana bankers has to finance the whole srhomo nud are supplying tbrce tractor? to lircak up land. In all vrubalnliiy the settlers -A-ltl all be on the 'ant! by iho end of this ye.-w. C.irls will be- sirh--lf Married women. .Yo3e! of n "de.-nounuble ship." conceived by John Arbuthnot. tie Caaa-lisji financier, of Victoria. U. C. Two gaEolina owinea will nropi1! th.5 Koinl craft, airted by salis spread from four ViW.fi. stepped in In? farro. Tho firet of ships will be 250 fer-t bug. with a beam of W ftet anu a lienth of 33 feel, k Miitain o.OW.WW feet of luniucr. When ihe ship u-acl-.cs her uestini'.lion she will b'j taken to .oieces and the lumber will be cut into II the liver is right the whole system a right Carter's Little Llvar 1'lllj TaHgentlx awaken your gish, clogged. CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS up liver end re- Ijeve constipa- tion, stomach (rouble. Inac- tive bowels, of appe- tite.sickhead- ache and diiilness. Purely vegetable. You need them. Snail Pill-Small Dose-Small Price DR. CARTER'S IRON FHIS, Nature's great nerve and blood tonic lor Anemia, Rheumatism, Ncnoasaess, Sleeplessness and Female Weakness. Oemenccau Shakes Hands With Hun Delegates at Later Ses- .sion When Protocol Signed [if. S. DIDN'T SIGN: IS feet the United Slates, said, .ihe Kinal Sitings Well Atttndwl and Movement Given a Great Impetus evening saw (hs clout of week- of prayer In cily la support of the Forward Church Movement. First Bsjrtist church. Her. I'. Difos. tho pietor, via the speaker, end his subject was. "The Church ainj Ms Mtislone." Tho was the bos', attended the Mries. which. I tcrorttlng to Mr. Dafoe. has done nmcli At Knox Church At Knox church, the school room HM comfortably filled for the largest meeting of tbe scries which took the torn of a preparatory service 10 com- munion. Ilev. A. H. Denoon was tho speaker, and his subject was "Conse- cration." Following ihe service a class of 21 was received into membership in the church. At Weiley Church Tbe mating last evening in Church was marked by deep splritua power. Tiio Hev. Win. liuchanan. who will celebrate- in March next, tho 50th venr in the ininlstry of the Methodist church in delivered tho ad dress, lie tased Irs the Jrd Cfmrf.ir of iPaui's prayer for the c5iurch. and drew from LORNE. IS NOW SENATOR OTTAWA, Jan. Lorno C. Web- ster of Montreal, has been appointed senator for tho Stadcona district. Qua- Kic, In succession to the lato. Senator Lnudry. A Vv OS A. G. HALL Southern Alberta Manager for the W. Ross Alger and Co., Bond Brok- ers, Kdmonton, whose headquarters aro at Calgary. Woll Imowu la hethbridgo business circles through his long association with Lougheed and Taylor, Ltd. cnmtnltttco reprcsonlatlrc o( all Inter- factions bo fl to confer wltli similar committees of other prov- inces. Ottawa probably will be the mooting place. MONTHS AU Conimencing tomor- row proven olal con at wl 1 1 be i range of his eumlenco and a' entry lo tbe province, Hull. Coteau .lunctlon. Dal- ASTHMA COLDS VHOOPIKG COUGH SPASMODIC CBOL'P IXFUILSU A fiffiple. safe e__ [njc drcsa. Ihwd with ID cceij forW Tbo aircznyinjE vapor.ini with ETCTT breath, raafcea IjreathlDC t ioolheathesorethrtat. tioye the coui' CriMlena Uloviluxbla .omothera wilhyounp jlilldnMi and to frcai A tllinra- Send us dtrcriptirc VAPO-CRFSDim.CO. OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF Canadian Prejj Leaded PARIS, .Inn. the ceremony of tho oichanr-i? of ratifications o! the peace thb afternoon, the dele- gates, led by Premier Clemonceau. niea into the .famous clock room, where the plenary sessions of tho peaco conference wpre held that fixed the terms of the treaty. Uaron von Lersner and Herr von Slnlson wero [he last to enter thn room find tha first to sign the niinutCB reconllng the ex- change of ratifications. The proceedings oegan without anv ceremony. Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain, following the German delegates at the talile. He was succeeded by Premier Cleraenceau of France, "who, on returning to his seat after Blgning, stopped In front of p.xport movement from States. The United Statcf, however, will not 'ro the that In the lust Sunday his pastorate In Dor Mills. Toron- 16 new members Into IN QUEER POSITION I be ropreFented on of the various j of c commissions set up liy tho treaty for to. the church, of Trh becamo a cradirtale tor the ministry. That seem- ed a fitting close for a most successful that as 'the vtferan lay down the armour that younK man, the fruit of his ministry, should 11 up. 'arrylng out Its terms, nor can Ibis country send consular uger.U into Ger- many until .the state of is ended. Premiers Busy PARIS, Jan. supreme coun- cil lias found that since the arrival in Paris of Premiers Moyil George and XHtl, its order of business has been so Increased that a division of the la- bor appeared to be necessary, la order to facilitate action during the short time the Bril'sb and Italian premiers able to remain in Paris. Conse-1 t_____ n.uently. on the proposal of_ _Lioyd j pressure of closed almost the civic eleclion lists for IS19. The committee's report chargei Jir. Young with plural voting, but ex amiualion of records does not suppori In the special etperlenca that followed tome most helpful tes- timonies wera many bearing testimony to the personal benefit re- ceived thro'jgh this wetk of prayer. troops arc continu- ing to advance in tho Ukraine, accorel Ing to a dispatch from Warsavr. A Polish battalion haa just occupied tbe Important raihvay Junction of tfmer- iiiki. to One nig Union leaders, more- than 150 dele- are expected to attend the semi annual convention of that organiza- tion in Winnipeg on January 2C, ami many new suggestions for tbe amend' ments of the union's charter will he considered. for defamation of character may be taken In the Every one felt the special A L ycranK againsl ihe George, tiie council has divided into t helpful series of meetings so >ir as y two parts, the Lloyd George anil sey- nraiely for consideration of the Ad- riatic, question. Simultaneously Eai-1 Curzon, tho British foreign secretary; Vittorlo Scialola, the Italian foreign minister; Julea Camhon, general sec- Baron yon Lersner anj Hcrr von I retary of the French ministry of (or- Slmson. Tho t his tide. Prsmler >fitU of Italy; Buron Mat- Wesley church was concerned. At Christian Church Christian church, Ilev. 0. b. Curtis had charge of tha service, which was attended by tlie younger .congregation. He took for his subject the NTow Tea- turaent in part, comparing it to si wll! by B father leaving his effects to his children. So. khen Christ died he left a promise His children here noon earth. At In the Unl'.ed Church hall the pas- tor, Rev. Hodglns: conducted the ser- vices. Leading features of addresses glv-sn through the'-week wwo on the BOUGHT BUILDING She Japanese representative, and the basis of stock suburbanite quips Panl Hymans, the Belgian foreign i since the day of the first commuter, minister, followed Clemtmcean In bas remaineil for John Brad- order named. Then tho delegates "Y" physical director at Amoy. the other nations In alphabetical so-'China, to decide deliberately upon u truence. Tho entire ceremony was pond as a real find In building sites, over at 4.16 o'clock, vtsn II. Clemen- Bradshaw, who hail clmrgc of the eeau rose and aald: (Chinese team In the Par Eastern Declare Treaty tn Effect I Olympic held in Manila in tbe sum- "The protocol having been signed. Imer of 1819, is developing some fine as well as the minutes recording the I material In Amoy, and he ilecidcd of ratifications, I have a real gymnasium with a good ed by this section of the council. great privilege of-lhe work for God. i The need for loyalty to the work of 'rihe church and tho sincere regard for all fellow'worhers were emphasized. Mr. and Mrs. Annetts rendered pleasing duet, which, was greatly en- Joyed by all. It is the intention lo contiirao'ihe meetings week wtien the minist- ers of the city will aid the pastor. LOT UNDER WATER Building lota under water have been I honor to declare that the treaty of Is in foil effect and that Doesn't hurt a bit to lift anvrnrn tera18 'be "eeuted inlegrally." n Tho ceremony was characterized right off with finge Drop a little Vtcczouo on an F.ching corn, Instantly that corn stojis hurt- ing, then you !ift it right i.ul. It does- n't pot" one bit. Yes, magic! Why wait? Your druggist sells a (Jny bottle of Frcczono for a few cents. i by formal polileness to tha exclusion i of all cordiality, eiceptlng between the iAHicd dolcgatcs. J1. Clemenceau ami Mr. George, sitting at tho head of tho table, chatted smilingly with i Captain AnJrc Tardien, Louis lutz nml i Georges Lejgues of the PYench dele- gallon, throughout the proceedings Baron von Lersner wag pale nnd grave and exchanged remarks In a serious (one with ITorr von Slmson. At the end of 51. Clcmenceau's re- marks, all the delegates rose and the after slight herltallon. led the way out wilhou'. either saluting or exchanging words with any of the other delegates. U. S. Not Represented The absence of American represen- tatives was remarked. Hush Wai- !f-re, the United States ambassador, returned to Ihe pecrctnry of tho peace conference the invitations that had been sent him, failing Instructions from Washington to attend. Clemenceau Shaken Hands After Ihe ceremony, it was learned lhat Premier Clcrnenceau's remark to sufficient (ci rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the foes, and calluses, without sore. irritation. Freezono is the, much talked of ether of a "10 lllal Cincinnati Kfvo orders for the repatriation of the sized athletic field adjoining, was a necessity. After a fruitless bunt for a desirable location, he found a large pond almost In the centre of Amoy, and having onco been a commuter, was Inspired a great Idea. fJven though the Chinese papnlace thought ho bad gone crazy lie hired a boat at Ihe seasboro, and with tbe aid of four men. got it through the narrow city streets So tbo pond. Tlien with bamboo sounding poles, ho went over tbe entire pond, and to his de- llglit found that it Jir.d ii solid bottom. The owner became interested in IJradshaw's project, ani! soM Mio rnnil very cheaply. It Is being drained, and will be converted into an athletic field for football ami baseball. In addition, a modern gymnasium is to be con- structed, and a running track with a 300-yard straightway, and n play- ground for smaller children will lie prepared. Just a Minute Today's Canadian Press Ltd. Leaded Wire Despatches In Consented Form Ibis charge, city officials said. lo ad vjnce JlaO.ODO.WM for food relief in Austria, Poland and Armenia asked of congress today by Secretary j How to Make Coffee A! W one cf Sol 'Broti Coffee to etch tup. Pour fab, wvttf over the coffee. SimiixT n'xrnut. Ltt IV, you uw rich, J SEAL BRAND COFFEE: foe TricaUtors tni cejtnary percoli- tcrt. In I And a-lb. tins tt good fat Pecfcctlc Muled free on rtqucsc. CHASE 4SANBORN, MONTREAL. 3 coming Into Manitoba from Ontario must produce certificates showing llmt they have, been successfully vaccinated within the past seven years, the provincial j health 'authorities announced today.' Instructions have been Bent to all rail- ways to put this order into effect im- mediately. Vaccination of 10.000 school children will start in public schools here -Monday morning. PRINCE ALBERT, 'survey party haa commenced the survey of Ihe C.N.R. line from HhelibrooS to Tnrtleford nrhlcb will eventuallyasive Prince Albert direcl connection Vith Ihe great inized farming and stock-1 raising area northwest of the 4iy.' NBW of property in the heart of New York CHy, valued at today, which the lato Henry Asitor inherited from bis grand- father, Jobn Jacob who bought (he land in 1707 for J25.000, will be sold at public auction next March, It became known today. Prrtrrton feudal Wnfln o[ MENKEN'S COLI) OREA1I wnclrn yoar and compltjti'O nnd jmooth In my'itt of the cunuUs o[ winter we- lter. MENKEN'S COI.C CREAM Is mlimil cKKn. It it btncnebtl to UM ilcliu Til! nat grow hair. TOOK EXPRESS TRUCK AND IN FURS DETROIT. Mich., Jan. packages continuing furs and other merchandise worth and an resolution was adopt- ed tiy Manitoba fanners reconiniend- ing that, grain operators he compelled o accept the -.vf-ifciU ot public icaics, dockage. VICTORIA. Only twelve fatal rciiU-n'.i orcnrrnd in the coil ininca of HriUeii ColumWa ilurhu; Never in the Iiistory of coal mining in the iiravincc lias tlie death list bcoij Binallcr. Revision ot Ihc Indus- Lrial At I (tht l.omicux Act) is lo rcccIvR fjiirly roTisiflflraUon. Tht ;ovonnnnnt tuis: invited the labor incii o fciibmil concrete proposals of an inmtilniont for consideration. wliolc of the Ka- Proskurov Starokoii- siruitiuov lino is now in llic hands of th-j Poles, according to a dis from Waranw. Tho advices do- ciarc tlial the Polish high command in lend G to proceed with the ticni of all tiio region cvactiatftil by (iiwcral DeiilMuo atid not yet invaded by tho Uol.-lieviki. I DYES HER GARMENTS I i BUT NONE CAM TELL j "Diamond Dyes'' Turn JKadcd, Shabby Apparel I-Icvv i Don't Tvorry ciicr.it perfect rcaulu. Uso "IKnmcnd (o glvn a new. rich, colnr In nr.y fabric, .wlisihcr !t li-? wool. cotton --Hl diii I Ihe German reprcBentallvcs was to Hallway Exuross company trucK wore stDlen from In front of a i downtown ptoro last nlqlil. Xn trace founci. In the scf.rcl fejslon, rwo men were .ifter tho signing of Ihn pn.tncol, M. hcld fo1' lav'-stlfinllon. Clcmenreatt shook hands with Jlaron von I.ersner and Herr von Slmsno, II also liecamo known. Wllaon To Sign Call WASHINOTON. WIlBon is r-xpeclftd In 5lgn thf; r-ail for! (lie firjt meeting of of Xnt-' Ions council Immr'dlatr'iy rrjcniv-1 Inj; notico from Wallace that tho fir.H sesslnn lias fiKrd for nctt P'rlday. The I'nirM however, ivlll not lie rftirrpniHcd nt tho meelinB. as Ihe Irony has not been ratified by tho Senate.. Provider, for Ihc prerfdnnf. In hsiio the call for the Initial Hireling of POLES WILL HELP TO RECONSTRUCT FRANCE! WARSAW. .Jan. thousand Polish workers engaged by French j overnmcnt agents for reconstruction work In devastated regions left for >ancc today. They are the advance of men who will ovcn- ually bo sent. 10 Vears of Eczema -A Sample Cured Her Ate yoa rending the llinc jiaffennir frgni iVIn dijcucf and how cure Wiireflected? litre itvtultitti Tetter frntn Mrr. H.ir- Dlav'iL l-akc. Que. Write ]ier ifyoadeiire, "Ttn yean ccircii on the ftce. itnitTAilitrclr do.-ton. A Eatriplcnlonr of O.ciirctl Ttie of Hie paddim: Is In talinr. fnr ikitiilruaw: IPS Ifllers of rure from nearly crery ri'V and town in tho iJmnhiion. nifcly il 11 (o conrincc Ilictnoit ikcplkal. Ktlt'f froKi Urging it immtdiate. Juit Iry one tmttlc at D. IX today on out IKMillve cuaiinlcc. fi.COa bctttc. Tryp.rj loo. connr.tl In made In the jie.icr: treaty .''ml oirinnb that In signing blouses, colts, feathers, coverings. Ihc call, I'reMiIcnt Wilson would not be The Direction IJool; with each af.tlng In his cr.naflty as president lolls so p.binly bow lo diamond! of the United Sinks. riyo over any color that you can not! ;U. S. In Queer Position rnake a mistako. The cnrnlnB inlo furrp of (ho trc.ilv niatti nny material, have. ilniK-lof jinacc ralincallon ar 1 ox- tliow you "Dfamoiul Color chances tehveun fratue, Great Hilt- Coughe and Colds Go Quickly Siii' cannot to be sick ar.d lup'cct he; At ihe fiisl slic prepares lllc foi qiiiii rfcovny by the Immediate of Gny'.l GS household VA of Jixiy 'tfl ChiUGCii dial Lml- wtK A. K. Martens, seU-slylerl Kns- sian F-ovii-t aniliaHtiador to Ihc United Htate.-. nnd his secretary had claimed! to hate IKK] successful dealings w American in'-rjt packing concerns Inlying ninal tor Soviet itnssia, despite the Ainerk'nn :inil allied hlockatle o' country, wrre made. Ihe ate ngricuilural commiltoe today I'V H. Cnlvcr of the federal com i .MO.N'TltK.M IStcc'i .-iwl Sen- itfi Dirniorr, ranis for jinunist- lif'1'1 I raifla last v.-i, It is believed Doiniiiio.i Canada ,i Hrotlp. fiiffpl is litRly in (he near futurn. Uoporlstlon ivar- (no -SCO nllcged Com aa Ihe result oi received irom tho name time iation nf t Kin, Italy itud will cot iif-1- Ti study tbe ques lion of nnlfyi: laws In the IJo minion and ifiun application o: tlio Industrlat Act to federal Drovincial i'liiil municipal dlflpiite.- ilon. 0, 11. minister o! [labor, has (n flunboc. pro aodCulicrtintnient The pore-cleansing, purifying1 er.d sterilizing properties of this wonder- ful skin soap, using plenty of hot water and soap, best applied vriih the hands, which it softens wonder- fully and the soothing and heslinr; properties of Cuticura Ointment for rcdnois und roaghnew, pimples and dandruff, If any, wiJI prove a revela- tion to those who use them for tbe first time, ZSe, Orahnant 25 AOc. Sold throw ghout the FJominion. Cznzdizn DC pot; l. 51, Si.. SOAP withoutniuf. Cuticura Takum is Fragrant and Very Healthful MAIL CONTRACT tenders, tfldremd to (he ostmsster Oeneral, will rwetred Otiawa until noon, on Frldiy, tho th January. 1920, for Ui8 oonTerancs His Majesty's .Mslls, ou propose'! julract for four years, twice per week n the route between Klppenrllle Ilk River from the Postmaster Oen- al's pleeruro. Printed notices contawtng further [formation as to of pro- Contract may seen and blanic orms of tender may obtained at the ost Officos o! Klpponvlllo, Iver, Allereton, and MaMuaiiu, and t the office of the Foel Office In- lector. Post Office Inspector's Offce, ary, 2nd Jan., 1920. D. X BRUCE, dll Post Inspector. EUROPE FROM ST. JOHN I Empress of France, 21, Liverpool Grampian, Jan ft, HaTra- Uverpool Prctorlan, Jan "S, Glasgow Scandinavian, Keh 4, Liverp'l Sicilian, Fch 9, Sletngatna. Fob 12. Liverpool Scotian, Feu 10, Antwerp ttpl) locll S-S. H CAHADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 354 Mkln St. Winnipeg CUNARD i'; 1 ANCHOR -Aiicllo'r-Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Vauban ...Jnn20 Carmnnia .Jan 28 Carmnnia G NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Kalserin Augusta Victoria ...Jan 17 Maiirclruila Jan2S Itunsrator Fob 21 Hauretania ........7.........Mch 10 NEW via Havre and Southampton rtyl Georgo Jan. 21 Ryl George Feb 21 Ryl George.................. Mar 27 NEW via Havre and London Saionia..................... Feb 7 PATRAS, GREECE Pannonia ........j............Jan 20 NEW via Movllle Columbia .Jan 10 Columbia .Teh 1 Columbia....................Mch G NEW YORK TO NAPLES' Italia.........................Jan 21 Saturnla ..Jan24 Cassandra Jan 27 Saturnla 24 Drafts, Money Ordera and Cabl'j Remittances. For full informcidGn spj'iy to unj n. n. and S. S. agents, or to Com- pany's Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Mnin St., WlnnlDea 1 -will offer for sale by Public Auc.- lion at the East Pound, 1st' Ave. N, at 2.30 p.m.. on Monday, January 12th, ono bay gelrtlng, about S5Q pounds, shod all WM. HARDY, I'oundkceper. 1 IMf. lotlon.for Shin Disease DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or achci; feel liri'dj have headache, pairifui pass- age of urine, you find reUofin NOTICE The remedy for kidnoy, llvor, Madder ond uric add (roubloa and Nsiional Doimcly of Fiolhwl einco 1C35. All 50c, a box. Guaranteed. for l'io Gold Mpill! O.I Ui u4 Ktfrl m Phono us top about getting friends o( VOIITB out from the Old Country. Information cheerfully given. Wo represent nil lines cnn give you excellent service. The Rojsiter Agencies (Formerly Karris Roailtcr) t Hrginbotham Block, Phone 1412 LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Canada ,i..Febl3 .........FcbH White Star Line NEW Orcorna ....Janll Cedrio .....Tan24 Gallic........................Jan 31 NEW La pi and ......................Jan 20 Apply any Railway or S. S. Ageni, or Company's Offfco; 26G Main St., Winnipeg. Informat! C.P.R. Sailings ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Jan 21 of France Feb. 4 Feb. 12 Motogama Feb. 13 Empress ot Franco Fob. 25 Vklorian Fob. 27 JlcliU ST. JOHN TO GLASGOW Jan. 2S Frolorian Mar. 3 Prclorinn (I'ss.if.orl RjipllKilIon Jormj Call or writs (or fall tntoimv llou, C. P. n. Ticket Offlca, JA3. GORDON Depot Ticket Agsnt PHONE 812 TlcVelf Issucil on nil ol her AV bnllc line i.