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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 1920 Endorse Resolutions of United Women Elect 'Officers CZECH CHURCH WILL LEAVE THE VATICAN LONDON, Jan. wiie- less diapatcii from. says the Society of Keforui iu tho priests of rnguo has decided by a vote of liu to to separ- ate from the Vatican and loim a Ciecho- Slovak rational church. o BRAXDOX. Mao., Jan. J. S. Woods ol OakviUe, was re-elected president of the United farm Women of Manitoba. Mrs. J. D. Parker, of Gilbert elected vice-president. Speailng ot public Mrs. Clement endorsed the movement of the Wiuuipps women for an Institution for the mentally deficient. The tag strongly approved the suggestion. Resolutions endorsed at the session require: "That all persons vending foodstuffs to required to have health i certificates; that women members ?ra equally interested with men in EOS- of genera! convention and do not approve ot meetings of women lions being held while matters ot im- portance are discussed. Two resolutions were endorsed on request of the Alberta United Farm- ers ns follows: "Whereas a busband may obtain divorce Irom bis wife it she has com- mitted adultery, cut a wife Is not en- titled to a divorce If the husband has commuted adultery, unless his adul- tery Is coupled with cruelty or with desertion without lawful excuse for least two years. Bo It resolved, that the last two sentences of the clause be withdrawn and so allow tho wife to obtain divorce on tho proving of adultery alone. "Whereas if a man dies intestate in Alberta leaving a widow wbo deserted him prior to his death and lived In adultery after leaving liim. the widow is-not entitled to any ot.his personal property, but If a woman dies intestate leaving a husband who deserted her prior to her death and lived in adul- tery after leaving her, the husband Is entitled to all her personal property rft matter how valuable II may bo and notwithstanding that she may havo ac- quired it wholly throujh her efforts, resolved that the law be amended so that what applies to women la the first Instance be applied to She man." Following the lead of the general meeting the women changed the name of their section to that of United Form IWpmen ot Manitoba. OWES HER LIFE 10 "FRUIH-1IVES" After YMM cf SuHtnaf vitk ruit (Calgary Albertan) The Uttle town ot Barons, homo ot tho "Wheat Kings" of southern Al-1 berta, and deadly rival of Xobleford, home of the famous Noble Founda- tion, which hoMs the world's record for wheat production per acre, takes exception to tho report in tbo Albertan j a few days ago that the price of }100 jer acre for a portion of ths Grand- view farm of the Noble foyndation, paid the other day, was the hiehest price ever paid for dry land In south- ern Alberta. As usual, Barons conies back with a punch. The Albeitan is In receipt of a letter from G. B. Moir, the well known land dealer ot Barons, giving sovcral Instances ia which an acre was paid for Barons land. One ot these was in the spring of 191S, when B. A. Grant soM William Buxton, 65 acres of land adjoining the tow.i ou the north at HOO an acre. Tho same spring. Chas. Welsh, of Barons, sold Sponce Truman 145 acres near the town at an acre, the cash pay- ment being J5.000. In 1919 Mr. Molr negotiated a deal whereby John War- nock of Barons, purchased a half sec- tion near the town at 5100 ,an acre, the cash payment being Still another deal was made whereby A. C. Mendenhall of Barons, bought 45 acres at 5113 an acre. W A. Moore, of Barons, has had two offers ol j each for his land, with cash payment of J25.000. The honors appear to be thus far with Barona. MLLC ANTOINETTE BOUCHER S17 Dorion St., Mootretl. "I am writing to 1ell you that lotrt life fo Trui'r-d-fiVej' for this renieciy relieved me when I had r.banJoued all hope ofeverrccoveriuKmyhcalth. suffered Djtptpsia. I had It for years and all the medicines 1 took did cot do me any good. I read something about Truit-a- Jives' being good for all Stomsch Troubles and Disorders ot Digestion ao I tried them. After fmUhme; a few boxeSj Ims entirely retinfdQt the Dyspepsia and my general health vis restored. I thank the great frnit medicine, "Fruit-a-tiTCs', for this wonderful relief." Mile ANTOINETTE BOUCHER. 50e. a boi, 6 for size 25c. At ill dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-lives. Limited, Ottawa, Ont. MARK HANBOURG AND FAMILY Berger Again Refused Seat WASHINGTON', Jan. Uergor. SuclalUt-elecl representative from Milwaukee, wa> denied a teat in the federal House for tecoml lime. Chairman Dalllnter, of the elections committee, Uerjur WM excluded tho first tliao, "not because of his so-called radical nit fa. cause he is a Socialist, but becvue he la ineligible to membership under provisions of the constitution." "Thij will disqualify him perman- ently." he declared. "The people ot 'Iseonslu may re elect him and there gome who contend that if tue ueo- o want him In Congress he Is en- tied to a seat, but a man excluded as erger has been, can never bo ellg- ble for membership." The vole was 32S to 6. ParU reports a prevalent fashion f having a bream pocket for tho T-atch and wearing the watch ou a fob. Canadians will lie interested In these- new pictures just received from London of the famous Canadian pianist, Mark Hambourg, and his wife, tho Hon. Mrs. Mark HaaibourK, their two daughters and baby boy. The latter is named Michael, after his grandfather. Tho girls are (left to Miss Nadine and Miss Sonla HambourK. Mrs. Hambourg, before her mar riago In 1307. Miss DcTOthea Muir-Mackeniie, second daughter of Sii Kenneth Hair-Mackenzie, was made a Baron of the United Kingdom iu 1 New anti-thief traffic ordinance will provide a penalty for owners who do not lock their when leaving them In tie streets ol But- f alo. FANCY FOOTWEAR IS WITHDRAWN FROM PRICE FIXING ORDER BUIEDIBBON TEA No doubt there are other good teas, but for strength, richness and real quality, Blue Ribbon stands alone. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN OTTAWA. Jan. footwear, such as ladies shoes with colored tops, satin, etc.. fancy slippers and all buckles for nse on slippers, arc exempted from the provisions of a board cf commerce order dated Nov- ember 26 fixing a maximum gross pro- fit to the retailer of S3 1-3 per cent. of the sale price. An order issued to the press by the board of commerce I today states that beeii repre- i seated to the board that these articles Sir Andrew JlcPhail Says it Will, are essentially -luxuries lather than Meet Same Fate as Con- servatives necessaries of life and that they are usually of a perishable charac- ter entailing greater rislt in than more durable'goods. Not Aspirin at 'All without the "Bayer Cross" (By Canadian Press Wire) HAMILTON, Ont., Jan. ing beforo the Canadian Club here last night on the Sir An- drew iracPhail of McGill university, aaid our latest exploit was to provide our money to enable others to buy their goods. he Bald, "Is the exploit of a fool." He said the farmer was always a conservative. If you give a man n roof over his head and land tn cul- tivate, he was always in a sense a con- lerratlre. Sir Andrew predicted that the Far- mer-Labor party would suffer the fate as tho Liberal-Conservative party, Referring to Conservatism In Que- bec, he said that the French-Canadian did not understand the frame of mind 1 of tho Ontario man, and he regarded tho Ontario man as a weak mortal, j afraid to take alcohol. The people of Quebec, were not dominated by tho Roman Catholic priest, he said, and it paa by their own preference that they read the prayer book and parochial magazine. Tho Nationalists were taking a lead- Ing part In Quebec, Sir Andrew said, but were no more representative of Quebec than tho SInu Fein was of Ireland. The who arc most accomp- lished, do not always accomplish the most. OTTAWA, Jan. IV. L. Mac kenzio King will leave Ottawa tomor rov afternoon for Halifax where h is to address the first of a series o three meetings on Monday. Mr. Kin will at CharJollctowu, P.E.I., o Wednesday and St. John, X.B., to- days later. The Liberal leader is ex .pected to return to the capital aboil January IS. H is thought that with the openin ot parliament only five weeks nwaj the tour of Western Canada by tl' Liberal leader may be postponed unt after the session. der chtlrmanihlp ot Sir Morrlttn, K.O.M.Q., O.B., D.S. (Bj- Canadian Frwl Ltuvl OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian Artillery Allocation returned Its ac- tivities Ottawa tc-lfy after a five years' abience ororiMi of present members of tho executive committee, who under th Edward O. deputy t.iipectorceaeral for artll- met to ditcuii the present bear- Ing ot the reoreanlullon of tho Can- adian nillltla on the activities of tho artillery auocUt'.on. It wai decided to make effort to the lie- moblliied artillerymen In touch with the Canadian Artillery am) plans were for larjo attc-r.d ance from all of Canada H the ennual which will be held a' Ottawa on February the day on which parliament will iAKEKS COl IS GOOD for Breakfast Luncheon Dinner Supper Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity and high quality. We have been making chocolate and cocoa for nearly 140 years. WALTER BAKER WNTBEALTCAX. J7SO. DORCHESTCB. MA! MASS. Tho name ''Bayer" the I contains proper rlircdloni bnly genuine Aspirin Headache, Toofhnrfje, Earache, Mcii- ralgifl. Neuri- tis, -Joint Fains, and 3'ain generally. Tin boics of 12 tablets coil, hut a few cents, larger "Bayer" There ii only one mnit "Bayer" ARpfrln the Irarie nmk canadal Of Minudclme of llono- Tnanttfacturf, to erilrl th4 public TabTeti of ComplnJ trJll lie their general trade "Dsrer Crcis." [irescribed brphjeiciane for ovcmirp- leen ypars and now made in Canada. an tmbroken 'ef Tablets of Aspirin" which More Than Hundred Famiiics Kemoved By U. M. W. to Cape Breton GET PEP AND COLOR BACK! Take "Cnscarels" Tonight for Your Liver and and Wake Up Clear, Rosy, Gripe! 6TDNE7T, X.H., Jan. thnn 100 families have noiv been removed from Jifnln, to Capo Breton, as a result of the unique strike program ot tlie United Mine Workers in wag- Ing (heir flglit with Ibfc .Mlnlo Coal company, Tho strike wi-i Ibe result (if tlic failure of arbitration En a wage dis- pute hetwoen c.omtmny and its men, who askeJ o 10 per 'cent. In- crease, whilo the McKcown concilia- tion lioan! gave an flwnrd (ri n 1 per cent. In calling (lift slrlk'. tbc labor leaders Announced Hint they did not propose to follow th? old slrlkn jilan ot keeping the In Mlenesf, and' raying them from union funds; Instead thoy found jobs for them elsewhere, It was at fJrat proposed to make a general ciodus to Alberta, but some of the families were sent !u Spring Hill, X.S., and Iho remainder to Cape Ilrctoii. Hy tliia dccfsivo lion of the Ijslletl Mhi6 Workers Jlinlo loses iiractlcJllr Its mining poi> ulafion, CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION ON VACCINATION Fool bully! He efficient! Don't slay bilious, headachy, constipated, Whv not spend n few cents for o hot of cascarcls and enjoy the nicest, Remove tra liver and bowel poison sonllesl hmllvc-catliarifc you c which le keeping your skin sallow, jour head dizzy, your tongue coatfd.jOil, Calomel or harsh Pills 'Any jour breath bad and stomach sour, jj.ork while you TORONTO, .Inn. campaign of education of the public lo show by pictures oncl lectures that vaccination Is a protection against smallpox Is to bn started by Dr. McCullough, provis- ional ofllrer of health Klvc tJioiism dollarj will be Lunches, Teas, Meals, and Refreshments are nicely j.-repared. The daintiness of the service appeals. Home- made Bread, Cakes and Pastries are of high quality. p Kirkby's Lunch and Tea Room Small can feed you cheaper than you can feed high cost of food. yourselves during these days of Figure out what your jirocor, meat man, dairyman, vegetable man and baker will thargo you for tho same amount ol food as would constitute your meal here. Tlien consider your work in preparation of the meal, Iho Incidentals, tho labor washing dishes, etc., and you. too, nr, many others, will form tlio nalhtvlne habit of taking your mcnls bwo wlmra pleasing vnrioly Is presented to select from, where good, nourishing, zestful food Is offered and where tho service and environment is so enjoyable. Kirkby's Bread is tHe gift of the sunny, yellow wheatficld. The strength and vigor of the wheat is bound up in this toothsome loaf. From our Bakcshop Kirkby's ,Bread comes forth daily in a golden shower of loaves. Kirkby's Bread is made under ideal con- kitchens especially clean and equipped with the most scientific aids to bread-making. The materials used are of the best, and 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. Why Not GO TO Kirkby's 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH I ;