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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANTAKY II, THE EETHBRIDGK DA1LV HERALD PAGE NINE OR HE'LL Off NEW i olHce for nuarly two yeurn after his term hud expired, because of war con- dllKimi, Among those who huve Hi- ready haen Informally mentioned us Hi.' of Devonshire's successor ar'j Lord Myng, the Earl of and the Duko of Argyle." BOYS' HOME HEAD'S SON KISSES COOK, INVESTIGATION SHOWS OTTAWA, Jyn. Journal In Its ntnvs coni'n'uis Diia aftorriyon nays: "Tin.' BiisBustlon that Ixml Bum-; ham-is to be sla'fcsair lo ills ox-i cellcMi'V.1 chc Tntiu' of TScvonshiru is' not siveu cmleiidK in official circles hP'.cvlt ariits through the fucf tha: '.Lord Nm'ihcllffe announced at j was that (ne bors who were after inmates o, th6 nome Mw TORONTO. Jan. I'ar.k Hoys' at I'Arrie, a detention Cor .-oys, taken on probation from the juvonilft court, which maintained by this city, through the social service commission lien-, is being Investigated by County Judge Donton. Sittings will be held in on Wednesday. In the evidence given yesterday ii i ml.. had ften Mi atatgd thtt tkr tbo sttsgMtion. Lord Bum- to the boys were had. 'ke poc-l Another boy told of haTlng bean .ShlJt cpiuldtrlng the proiwwl as'dressed as gili and exhibited to the V others as a punishment. The term of Duke ot Devon-1 ___-_________ ships eiplret in >Toreraber'.of this I -knoiirD as' to who iiKjctftpr will be. is preeederiffor "i" secoad'terni. although the Duke of Corinaught remained In OCCUPY INLANDS GULF OF QUARNERO LONDON. Jan. regular troops have occupied the Islands ot Arbe and Veglia, in the Gulf of Quar- nero near Flume, which have been evacuated by d'Annunzio legionaries, aays a Central News dispatch from Rome. d'Annunzio's LONDON. Jan. plans of Gabriele d'Annunzio are definitely known, says the London Times' Milan correspondent. The poet is staying at the villa ot the former Hungarian governor of Flume, where 10 former legionaries are mounting guard. He is busy preparing a report of the last days of his resistance for deputies and senators, to whom it is to be sent before the re-assembling of the Italian parliament. He will take up his residnce In Venice, where he will resume his lit- erary work. Kl-MOIDS (OUANULM! INDIGESTION iattejitlr on or Mi or cold or vifJir- Try At fountaJn. QUICK RELIEF! m TABurr roBM HADB'BV KflTT ft MAKCRS OF SCOTTS EMULSION MORE GOLD FOR U. 8. NEW YORK, Jan. steam- er Kaiserin Auguste Victoria today arrived from England with in :gold for New York bankets. Solve Exchange On Freight Rates Conference Tonight at Ottawa To Decide Which Money Shall Rule OTTAWA, Jan. (Can. Press.) an effort to llnd solution of the exchange rate problem as applied to freight niter tlio iliternaiioiial haul, the Hoard of Hallway Commis- sioners will hold a conference here this evening with interested parties. Some time ago, the chief commission- er, Hon. R c. cnrvsll, notified the railways that the present system which requires Canadian shippers to pay the full amount of the freight charges at the United Statft destina- tion in American fundi, ccultl not be continued. thtt the'board was in receipt of nnmeroue complaints from shippers wbo that it wai absolutely unfair that the railways should collect (or the Canadian por- tion of the haul in American funds. At the conference this evening which will he held in private, it is understood that the whole question wiil be thoroughly discussed. It Is expected that the conclusions reach- ed will be made public tomorrow Ti-nu.. Noted French Ace Says Auto Is Too Dangerous; Will Stick to 'Plane PAHIS, Dec. ('has. Nungesser, tho French, "ace" who ranked second to l-'nuck ari a fut miii'ary aviator duriiiK thn war and who has been prominent at serial since UK; arlliisticn, do to jrivo up auto- prU'h'urWtod''iy 1'or thi; lo Bivc up drivillK llls which Capt. Goorgo II. form-1 il dangorons and erly of Toronto, pilot.. Carl rislitir, mechiuiician, were on Cin-1 cimiali on a trip wiUi films I1 of a nioviiij; and u-iio are re-1 ported to have fallen inin tli'e sisjippi rivur when plane caugii fire near this city yesterday. An coat belonging to ;nnl a cus'n HEAVY FROSTS IN CAL1FOUNIA HIT FRUITS AND GARDENS ion from the machine found in the river near here today indicate both men are lost. Simpson, whose homo in Tor- onto, served for more titan three years as an aviator hi British armies, in Dayton, Ohio. tiiii Canadian Fisher's home and was MASQUERADE DANCE AT COWLEY, GREAT SUCCESS For Balb nists MATTICE, Ont., Jan. F. J. Lendrum Staff Correspondent of tlv Canadian and Associated The morning of the fifteenth day o the American balloonists' trip from Moose Factory, .James Bay. to the railway line, finds correspondents here still in an "as you were" pos ition, so far as news of thoir where abouts are concerned. Mattice is in the grip'of a snow- storm this morning and with the wint slowing from the west, old-timers here indicate the storm may be se vere. The trail down the Missanabie is bound to be' affected and the trav ellers will be hampered in their move ments to a certain extent. Some trav- ellers of the trail contend that 10 miles daily will be good time for in- FORD PLANT experienced men. This average pro- NOT OPENING THIS MONTH grass has not been bettered, then the WINDSOR, Jan. Campbell, acting general manager the Ford Motor company of Canac stated definitely today that the would be no change in the status1 the plant during the present mont Mr. Compbell declared that rumo regarding at. full Urn were unfotind'eoV' "It's the Climate" Uri'ejtcelled in North America for its equanimity. Out-door life at ita best, all the year round, inay be continuously enjoyed it the GOLFER'S thousand miles of louring roads are un- surpassed for-motor traffic. Your last deiire home comfort will be mst at the EMPRESS HOTEL, VICTORIA _ Travel in comfort by C. P. R. through the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Gi.nt'. TWO TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY THAT WHITE, WHOLESOME BREAD YOU SEE AROUND THESE DAYS IS MADE FROM ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU naval officers will not be here for few days, Thursday at the earliest. FLOUR ADVANCES WINNIPEG, Jan. p-'ce of flour for best grade pat- entt advanced today 50 cents a barrel, making the new price 11.35, the increase being due to higher wheat prices. DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. A few cents buys "Danderine." At er a few applications you cannot find fallen hair or any dandruff, besides very hair shown new life, vigor Tightness, more color and abundance HEADACHES Make Life Miserable Headaches are one of the most ag- ravating troubles one can have, and ia hard to struggle along with ead that aches and pains all the me. Headaches seem to be habitual with any people; some are seldom, II ver, free from them, suffering con- nually from the dull the ntense pains; sometimes in 011-3 part, omettmes in another, and then ugain 'er the whole head. There is only one way to 'set ef from these persistent nd that is by going direct to the seat the trouble, for unless the cause removed, the headaches will atill intinuo to exist. Tha fact that Burdock Blood Blt- rs keep the stomach, 11-er and s toned up is proof enough to show at it will eliminate the causa of Mrs, Harold Lanain, Owen Sound, nt., system was run iwn and my blocd out of order. I fTered a great deal from severe >aiiis in my head, which made me el very miserable. After having led other romedleo I purchased a ttle of Durdorir Blood Bittirs, and was very glad to notice a decided improvement in my health, so I took another and am glad to say .that'll has donn me an enormous amount of good. I have recommended It to my friends, who were in a similar condi- tion, and. they all say It la a wonder fill remedy." B. V. ia put up only by The Mllhurn Co., Li-uiiml, Toronto, Atfvt. J (Prom Our Own Oorresoondent) COWLEi', Jan. evening marked one of the most successful dances held in Cowloy for n long time. This masquerario dance was i held under thu auspices of the Cowlcy Baseball club. The brightly lighted hall, trimmed with' red and green ever- greens and flags, and filled with gay costumes, presented a pleasing pic- ture. Judging by the Rreat number in costume, more interest '.vas taken in this dance than any masquerade held for years. The costumes were, without excep- excellent, and in nearly every case were good representations of the titles. The most original costume was worn by Mrs. Robt. Littleton, "Snow and was certainly a splendid imitation of the ones the children build. .'John Bull, Uncle Sam, France, Can- ada and Italy were all in evidence, each in; their turn very typical cos- tumes. The honors inr the prize waltz were carried off by Mrs. S. Sunning and Mr. Jack 'Welsh. The prizes for costumes were as follows: Best ladies' costume, Mrs. C. J.'Bundy, "Martha best gentleman's costume, IL D. Mc- Millan, "Scotch best comic costume, George Uitson, "Old Dutch Cleanser." The last mentioned costume pro- voked a great deal of merriment; it was the "Old Dutch Cleanser Girl" come to" life, perfect even to the; stick and pose. The following are the costumes that were roistered and the wearers: Jean McEwan, "Harem Edna Bird, "Flower Hilda Hemnan, Mrs: Xv. 'TI. Hannan, Miss Kreeman, "Spanish Mrs, McEwaii, ilaj-ry Hannan, Mrs. Fred Tnstlan, C. J. Bundy, "Qdo. Wash- Mrs. C. J. Bundy, Mrs. T. B. .Christie, Mrs. G. Hitson, Silly Ritson, "Gold G. M. 3aines, Mrs. Russell, "Rain R. B. Wilson, W. Me iarthy, Geo. Ritson, "6l( Dutch Walton, "Short Goldie, "First F. A fustian.' Lio'nel Peel, "Colon a] T. Shepherd, "John A. C. Snyder, "Uncle Sam" Hargrove, Siler, o. Wuylett, Marj Bush, "Flower Effle Carey Scotch J. Graham, "Pier Percy Bennett, C. E itoore, Mrs. Littleton B. 0. Morrow, "Romp ng. R. C. Alexander, "Bus er T. C. White, "Highland S. Running, "Spanish i. D. McMillan, "Highland Silith Qilnior, Lena Franz E. La Brie, M, A. Murphy, G. F. Snyder, "Comic R. Littleton. H. Bouthiliier, "Henry Eliza- beth Staunton. p. Staunton, W. R. .Atkinson, "Sailor' J. F. Smith, "Flour, Our Mrs. .T. F.-Smith. "Long Mrs. H. Gerry, "Duchess of A. Patterson, "Ma Wing P. Karn, "Bath Mrs. Patter- son, "Normandy Mrs. A. M. Dunsmore, "Night." Something over iras takan in at the door. The Baseball boys hope to make enough money before next summer to buy themselves new uni- forms. Mr. Goldie, Jr.. of Lethbridge, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Swart. A. Siler, who spent Christmas and New Years in Spokane, arrived home last evening. B. 0. Morrow arrived home last week from a holiday spent in Seattle. A. Walton of Lethbridge, is a visit- r in town. MISB Elliott, who has been the gur-nt of Mrs. C. E. JI001 G, lias accepted the position of assistant to Mrs. T. U. Christie. Mrs. Rhodes and son left this mor- ling for a fev.- weeks' visit in Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. George Scotton are spending a few weeks' holiday nt vnrious points in Washington. Miss Kffle rarey nrrlved home yes- erday frnm Xiing'SSHer war, racing through lly recently when he knocked down nil kilknl a ;is a riisult of which the rnurt (ink-red him to pay the widow of his victim franca for damages. "I think I'll stick to my ivlrplano hereafter." he told tiu: "If j anything breaks there I'll bo the only one to suffer." SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. peratures below the freezing point and killing frosts were general throughout California last night, en- tiiinkcring a vast quantity of ripening citrus fruits ami truck produce, the United States Weivther Hurcau report- ed today. The record temperature for thi! night on Mount Wilson, wlicro It was but 18 (iBurtei xro at one period. Return of lower temperaturfeB tonight morrow morning; Is by tfc9 bureau. GALT HAS SMALLPOX IPIOIMIO GALT, Jan. smallpox, all of a mild Ing treated here, and Dr. J. H. ford, medical officer of liealth of: thlrf city, asked city "ouncll yetUniar to encourage public vacciBKtlon by having them cionc at the ot the municipality. TERRIFIC SNOWSTORM IN NEWFOUNDLAND SYDNEY, S.. Jan. ers who.arrived in North Sydney iate last nigiit from Port Aux Basque, on the steamer Sagona. told of having experienced one of the worst snow- storms in the recent history of New- foundland. For clays the railway line through tile interior of the country has piled so high u-ith huge drifts of snow, which completely blocked the track, ami it took tho train, which left St. Johns Thursday afternoon, over ninety hours to make the trip, a distance of miles. Tile blizzard not only caused havoc ill the railway service, but brought down nearly all wires. Telephone communication has not yet been re- stored. OPPOSITION TO FORDNEY BILL-IN U. S. SENATE WASHINGTON. Jan. faction with the Fordney emergency tariff bill begaii to manliest itsctf. to- day in the senate finance- committee, resumed hearings on the meas- ure. Representatives of producers of sugar, receivers in NTew York of ship- ments of Bermuda potatoes and onions and other importers, appeared to pro- test against the bill as it passed the house. BLUE RIBBON TEA Last to advance its price; First to drop its pries; Always in Front; Never Behind; Always reliable; Always the same; ALWAYS THE BEST BLUE RIBBON TEA 69 II the throati cheit, and lung) coll- feiiitinf. When a natty cold or coughing bout foretelli the revival of your old bronchial trouble, the belt thing to do ii Pepi at once to itrengtheh anJ MANITOBA ANGUS BREEDERS' ORGANIZE FIKANDO.V, Jan. Manitoba Lbcrdeen association was form- id last at a meetiiic; of the Black Cattle Drcedsrs. The Maiiilol) l brso hrecdcra' mcotinir did not mo- crinliKC Monday night and was posl- ipned until later In the week. the cheit. When a Pepi tablet il taken from iti preserving silver and allowed to diue'vt in the qiouth, it givei off powtrft' medicinsl and germicidal fuinei that circulate witft the'bre'ath throuiih. all the ipuiagei, and that have got into noitrilt and throat. At the time the sore, inflamed membran'jti il loothed, healed, and protected, phlegm ii released from the bran- chiali, brecihintr is made eaiy, and that distreiiing ..-caiif h and' throat sorenest.-disappear. By thii direct... treatment Pepi 'keep trouble the 4h'd lungt, and the weather tin be faced without fear of evil c.omequencco. It it the lafeit plan (to.Jalwayg have a few Peps handy arreit a cold, and prevent it retchinj the lungi''or....tUrtin( .bronchitis- aiid cheit RENEW POWERS OF FRENCH WAR COUNCIL PAT1TH. Jan. of War nubertl submitted to the cabinet com- il today for signature of the presi- ent a docreo rnneflriMjhc poweri: of he French superior wRr" council for 921. This council comprises Mar- hals Koch. Joffre and and Mr- ;enernls of the French Mmjr. rCZEtVIA You 1MB w II o I, yill 11-0 Ilr. ChMrt oint- irjour frtr .'mil Irrlla- tianji. II. rHjuvi'H at OMCR JUKI ally hral.! 11m skin. lifix Ml'. lianrr'.l if you aiut aiinil fur a ox all diialcn 01 Co., .iiniUiU.Torniim. Cuticura Soap Imparts The Velvet Touch ScM f" Not to uie Daily Newspaper Advertising: is to deny yourself the most powerful trade pro- moter given to the use of man. When Canada Wanted Armies She Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Canada Wanted More Munitions She Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Canada Wanted War Loans'. She Advertised in, Daily Newspapers When Canada Wanted Patriotic Funds She Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Canada Wanted Food Conservation She Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Canada Wanted Immigrants She Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Cowan Wanted Cocoa Business He Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Pears Wanted Soap Business They Advertlssj la Daily Newspapers When Ford Wanted Car Business He Advertised in Daily Newspapers When T. Eaton Wanted Store Trade He in Daily When Wrigley Wanted Gum Business He Advertised in Daily Newspapers When Industries Want Capital They Advertise in Daily Newspapers When far-sighted men want anything in trade commerce that is within power of the public to.grant. They Advertise 111 Daily Newspapers: K YOU Want Burnett Advertise in Daily Newspapers the Citnjdian Daily Newspapers Association. Toronto. ;