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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK Kir.HT THK HCTALS TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1U2U IISCANTfiESIOPPEB; 1SIUUGHT GM MOHCTO e9t for any one to 'jiakc a run- away race ot It, Those bleacher seats aren't Tery pretty and steps up to them would help, but they're belter thin nothing. Lel'i fill 'em ill tonight and pack rest of the funs' space for Ihe tint dlitrict league came. Sutherland, the Vets' U bar! ta beat, but Stone will give him a tor the honors when he go- ing. Better Than Score Indi- Vno will try out in effort playi In Taber Wed- t en ni r> to strengthen their combination. ;neiday nishl and on Thutsday night Stone 1 lays (treat, aad McLean of tho Bankers aro j they will pericraj aiainst tho local Game in Goal For and will bo out to pvac- crew. _. tteo roenrsrij henceforth. Reg. Me-! a Reber IS Big Goal-Getter iGillls a little moro support on Game Somewhat Rough ami pUjed e bAr4 fund but tho Taylors ware weaJc on tha oilier wine. Tho Rasa wtj featured by an in- clination oh the part of tho players Many Penalties Handed Out. Valerias 14. Taylors 3. It looks as if there would hive to fce something str'onser thao any of inc teams so far shown in opposition The Coalharit crew will meet the Mounties OB Wednesday nisht. Thue teams nro evenly matched there will bo tome fun. It will by Boucher vs. McKay. on both aiden to mil I! or> occasion, Join thousand club. Be one ot the fane. Boost (be along and but Crawford held them down i Bet on ihe bockey map. pretty woll, aai he had the Sberifl: in the City League to stop the Yet-Jon tho side 'lints penalty time keep- j Remember, there's proTlncial crans on their procession 10 the er. A ten minute rest to Heary and [championship nhead to be fought for. ownership of tlie city chuinploMbJii. jfivo Dhratca each to MeQHHs and Tur- tKncourage Ihe home brews. Tho Taylors essayed to put a dent In cottc were tho stiffos'. penalties hanil-! ambitions last night before a ed out and had a salutary cifcet. Tho good crowd at tho rink but they fulled for number of reasoni. Lack of conditions WHR one of them. Tho Yets have been playinjf steadily the past .week while Taylors haven't hail a game since they trimmed the Mounlles nearly n month ago. Then Iho Taylors haven't got their team balanced up yet and 'naven't mado much of a stab at producing a goal selling combination. They haven't faculty of boring Jti to good range. IJut i few remedies, bu'J ihey did not .seem, to do me much good uutljjl took Dr. Wood's Norway Pine'Syrnp. IJyilhc lime I had taken two bottles my cough was all gone. It seemed to loosen the cough right away so that I could up the phlegm that gathered in piy throat, aho took hot, raw, burning fever out of my bronchial tubes. I feel that Dr. Wood's bns.no equal." Price 25c and 50c at all dealers. Put lip only by The T. Mllburrt Co. Llmlt- sd, Toronto, Firat Period Doth teams started off at a fast Ip.and hard. McGlllls at a chance to score after taking the puck up. but shortly afterwards Bert Taylor hooked It and put in a nice counter In fonr It look- ed as if the guiae mlgtat close, but Immediately afterwards Iho Vets started one of those processions theirs And Kehar on a pass from Henderson. Bert Taylor off three minutes and Henry for a like penalty. Heber got tha puck when IS minutes of the period had goue and made it 3 to 1 for tho Vets. On a pass from Henderson a minnto later he bulged the nets again. It looked like Reber night. Ted Turcotto added one a minute later. Turcolto was off for GllllB. Clarion went up and missed a good chance to score. The Taylors tired visibly towards the end of the period which eaded i to 1 for th break up a McGillis rush. Stone sav- ed three times in nuick mccession, and Jack Taylor was sent to tho fence lo do three minutes on the penitent bench for n little rough stuff. Hcber nway and juggled the puck through In a way be has. Stone went out to meet him but Ren got by and landed No. 12 for the Vela. Turcotte made it No. 13 ami Frcrl Henderson went up from (ho defense and made HXo. II. That'finished it. Tho Tay- lor.i arc not downhearted. LIFT OFF CORNS lor.i arc not They are out, to do i comeback and will be f. hard team to beat yet before this short spell ot winter is sent to Iho POLICE ISSUE CIRCULARS J 's. IL honft'iiv this city since di i! J c disvtivcry of the prL-ciU fUmi'd mill1.' fuir '.villi It-jir cylljr A T pt tlvH.Utr j- l t With no word nor any trece of Mr. Ambrose J. Small, Toronto theatrical magnate, tho police have printed descriptlva circulars offering reward for information as to Mr. Small's whereabouti. Ahove is a reproduc- lion of the circular which is to bo sent broadcast over Canada and United States. The circular has been authorized by Chief Grisett at the request at Mr. Small's relatives. Manitoba the Farmers Kftt of People W1XMPEG, Jan. liny opln- on. tha Domlnlon-wMd farmers' meat 1' purely a selfish, ex- ceedingly declared Sena- or G. If. Bradbury, of Selkirk, today, lie stated that while the may develop great strength, the ten- dency would to "antasontse -all other interests In Canada and doubt- less enforce readjustment ot the elec- toral franchlsement to give fair rep- resentation to all parls ol Canada, ac- cording to population. "The farmers will then realize their istake- In attempting to form class declared the. senator. Readjustment of tariff will continue to take place under any form of popu- lar government, he believes. TM, Cold AD Gone-Mot A' Bit of. Cough' Leftf _____ 'great llus morning. As soon as I felt it coming on ytttrtday 1 used Gray's Syiup and nippedfU in the bud. fmt couldn't miss an hour at thc office, we. are so busy and shcTt'handetl' Syrup is a habit in out family; ihe folks hive used it for sixty years. T RHEUM mm Ifclwa.Mn. troll) owir la tour h scalv cmiW ki-iy ftaf- tbm MO not a fitoa. I M I ccuU (key et ctgkt. "fcrinj Oial-iu. Ml Ota- mart oiowtfnd 1 aiAt I a trial, ao< ate akwa, OiaaoaM (Sfenrf) Kit. ThcnM HocaB. Jmtkm, Vt, PK. U.-KU. Ute far nuil tote Eosbe with Been, KMta and of- al affairs in thc province and Indlcat- flclals and normal school staffs gather- ed ths remarkable growth In one ed for the annual conference at the inatrricn by showing that It was in Parliament buildings and were ad- 1905 thai inspectors were first ap- drcssed on Friday by Hon. G. I'. pointed. In 1919 there wore twenty- minister of education. The minister three in tho province and today the who dealt with .the teacher training number was thirty-five, .ami In addi- problem anj (he supply of teachers _ tion, seven special inspectors. Schools Turning to normal schools tlie it that the adflrcss-'waa wei- explained that in 1907. there by an audienceIhorouehh- in Iwo r in ,tm, Instructors in teacher -training work, RED SPRUCE CUM D WATSOhf In RIGHT TO STRIKE SUSPENDED IN GERMANY! BEHLIN, .Tan. The government issued a manifesto, urgently calling upon tho striking rail- waymen to resume work immediately, pointing out among other things Ilie consequences of the strike on four hundred thousand war prisoners "whom your action on thr: threshold of the homeland is shutting out from wife and family." The manifesto concludns with the announcement that special regulations win bo proclaimed, i[ necessary, io copo with the situation. It is an- nounced that Iho freedom of'the press, tho right of assembly and tlie right to strikn have been suspended by ordt-r of the president in districts wbcro tho railway strike is In progress. Meanwhile thc railwnymen of Hen- then, Baliboraml other Upper Sllcsiau have gono on strike. Thc strike is actively in progress in the entire Ilhcnisb West 1'liallgn region. spoke in an earnest and optimistic vein snd from the close attentiou'giv- en and the enthusiasm displayed It was apparent that the.address corned by an audience ,lt accord with the high aims set forth by ,In ,teachcr the minister 'hat 1'nety-sevcn teachers were Educational Affairs vhat Commencing. Mr. Smith gave a irith the In which short historical summary of education- normal 'schools wtih a slaff ot 10.' Further- more, in this year the province will train 41? teachers most of whom will receive, a full'year's course Instead of the four months' training previously given. Mr. Smilh then sketched the school .operation problem nnd showed that In the past year, about 250 schools had been running which in the previous year had been closed for lack ot teach- ers. Mr. Smith spoke on this phase of the educational prob- lorn, and in referring to tho thlnl BIS. so training institution In Edmonton which will be in connection with the uni- Can't Say Enough in Their Favor Why Mn. F. Lagacey Recommends Dcdtt's Dyapepsla Tablets tc, al! her friends wlio hasre' Stomach Trou- bits. "I cannot say enough in favor of Do This Tonight If JWw Apply THERMOCENEt ItJ dry, comfortum. medi- cjtrii WBtmthil jiijt your chUE.iacktd tyttem ertvej By moraine, your cold will be "bM-been." There'i no bum la try! ng It iberc? WATCH THE BIG 4 (or making a statement llko Ihis, and here they are: vcrsity, and will he started in lhe im- mediate future, assured his hearers your stomach trouble hetore it gets loo firm a grip it is easily helped by Dorld's Dyspepsia Tablets. Hut as in Mrs. Lsgacey's case.'stom- schools. Dealt With Salaries The minister then dealt with matter of salaries and showed the con- WITH FINGERS __ _ 9 Doesn't hurt a bit and costs only few cents The employees arc oii In l.clnbrldge team, composed practically ithe Uusselilorf, Uorlman and Manner of Ihe Vets bent Pincher Creek the 'districts other night H-3 so the Taylors should I worry. The teams lined up Vets Sutherland Mar-Inn 1'. Henderson Ted Tu.'colte Hohor Magic! Just drop a llllln Proezonr. nil that touchy, corn. Instantly it stops aching, then you lift tho corn off willi tho fingers. Truly! Xo humbug! Try Freezoue! Your druggist fells a tiny boltlo for u fow cents, sufficient to rid your feet of every ban! corn, toft com, or corn between (lie toea! and calluses, without one pirttclc of pain, aorencfln m irrilalion. Kreezonc W. Henderaon Titrcotte Goal II. Def, Def. Centre 1...W. K.W. Sill) Tuylor 2. Taylors Slonc Bill Henry J. Taylor McfJillis U. Taylnr iiarvcy _. Henry Reber G. F. Henderson 1, Turcotte 3. W. Henderson 4. Crawford. Penalty Young -Chaj-lie Uultcr and Umpire Ross Sloan. NOTES ON THE GAfviE Get the habit. Hecome a hocltey fan. brand of hockey next winter. Who'll heat the Vets 9 H wouldn't hurt if the fily league! NOT PURCHASED IN CANADA OTTAWA. Jan. No Krag-.lor- gcnson wore purchased hy (he Canadian government ,-u Ihe begin- ning of war, according to officials of the militia department, v.-lio were a Detroit dispatch lo the clfccl J. lhat Major Blatcd he was Interested In siic'n a sale. PROMINENT BRITISHERS DEAD LONDON', Jan. (Canadian I'ress deaths published ln< per- elude tho following prnmlncnt sons: Sir Henry Plowden, noted Indian Judge: Lieul.-C'ol. farmer, formerly of the Slilielli Rifles; I'rof Qulggcn, of Casius C.'ollcje, ('am- -bridgo; .nrignilicr Charles l.ets nave a thousand fans before iwho has seen much Kfrvice in the- In- (he season's over, campaigns; Herhcrt Crowlhcr, a I pioneer of modern Lleni. Jheu maybe we'll get ,1 little John Johnson, well known in llur- Imm public life; George .Morrcll, noted I.eods manufacturer; John prominent cotlon' mcrchanl; ,Mlpn Lavcreck, of Lincoln; Sir John McCnl- lam, M. P. for Henry Hal- lig.in. chief Jusllce for Punjab: Col Kellslt llarlvx, Carc'.-.tli Hussars. the discovery of a nolcd Cliiclnnntl liinras were, n liitlc mon: ovnnly bal- anced. It iFii't lhe best thing for in. .ich Iroublc, if neglected, always grov.'s vincingly by means of comparison that ivorsc. In its worst siagcs H takes ithe amount paid in AlberUi was much ;ime (o help it. Hut Dodd's'Dyspepsia -better than In any other province In Tablets will do it. 1 Canada, with the possible exception of Dodrls Dyspepsia Tablets, HOc. n the Province of Saskatchewan, Alberta, box. or six boxes for al all deal-! he explained, was thc only province In ers. or The Doilds Mediclns Co., Lint- Ihft dominion which hart established Tgronto, Ianymlnhnuniforleachergatall.com- ing lo aclual flgures Mr. Smith show- In OAnil -rnn cd that In Ontario Iho average salary U Vllllnl Mill vM was JB30- ManUoba tho fig- H Alllill Ilill In H. C. Iho ngurc It UU'Jll JUU was slightly nmicr J900, whilo iii Al- berta lo bo exact the average worked oul at 591G.56 for last year. Loani for Training Hon. Mr. Smilh alluded to nn en llrcly now jiollny on thf.i continent which Alberta had Initialed, namely A Little "Dancierine" Stops Your Hair Comlnfl Out and Doubles Its Beauty. To stop fallinft Inlr at once anil riil (ho scalp of-every particle of dandruff, set ;i small bi.ttle of delightful "Dan al any iiru; storo or counter for n cents, pour a little in your hanrl and rub It Ir.lo Iho scalp. After several applications.the hair us- ually stops coming out nnd you can't find nnd dandruff, fanlp your hair lo erow thlrt; nnd lone; ami be- soft. Klcssy twice as and Iho granting of loann to students in order lhat they might qualify for loachcrs at tliu normal schools, tho direct result of tho policy being the lengthening of thc normal school courses with a consequent gain In ef- ficiency. Tho spwiker concluded by assuring his audience that despite (ho difficul- ties to bo overcome himself tho absolute belief that conditions in Alberla gave much greater grounds for hope than Ihoso in any olhcr prnv. Incc In the dominion or In any ot iho alales of the country to the south. ITALIAN RAILWAYMEN WILL AID GOVERNMENT ADMINISTER RAILWAYS HOME, Jan. Kalian govern ment has decided that three reprcseu- tnllves of tho rallwoymen, elected by Ihemjoives, shall hn Included in- lhe rulmfniMraih-e council of the stale railways, which will deal with all ques- tions as to forms o( service of Iho rail- way workers.. Pending tho regulation of tho new scale of wages lire will bo dlslribuler] among thc rail waymen. The Trlbnna expresses confidence thai, a enncral HFrikn u-lll hn avnrFerl. Hay and Green Feed For Sale In Al tualltjr upland FtM frtlsht. (Md cut More the frost, veil tod lots ol oils in It. See lam pin 'and uk our prlcei. A. SMEATON 1162 Phone Ml, [Sillfigsi To f _ EUROPE FROM ST. JOHN Empress of France, Jan Liverpool Grampian, Jan 22, Havre- Liverpool Pretoriaii, Jan 2S, Glasgow Scandinavian, Keb 4, Lfverp'l Sicilian, Feh 9, Havre-London Metagania, Feb 12, Llvcrroo] Scotian, Feh 16, Antwerp ttil st. ni'lwif Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly, taking the world's standard "rertjedy for kidney, liver, uric acid COLD MEDAL Nitlonal Rraedf of Holland fot centuries and endorwd b? Wilhclmlna, A tall druggists, box. EMM GeU M .net? Uz Md i rhalham, "For many years I fftincrwl tronljle and tried ninny rcHitdirs but thry socmcd lo ta .1 etoniach sttinrd to Ijo grttiiiK wor.w instead o! ttfllor. Ono day J came in prxvjwion of n brittle of DJ-, I'icrco'sGoUl- cn Medical ami took it. My slomnch rccTnwl cotnplrtMy cured. I Imvo jicrcnt Inilh m Ihls mwlicihn and hopo nny thai rcnrla thi? will civc tha 'Dis- n trial, Oncn 3-011 will never it." New Willshinp, P. E. "I miffcred three years with brorjchial asthma. I was so weak I could linntly walk Ihrc.T at a 1 coufd sleep so would Kctiipfitirl s Uy up tlic wJt of iho One (lay a friend mlviscd me, to -jsc TJr. I'fcrcc's Golden Medical Discovery fO I sent fo dnjRgJit R and when I hnd (nhcri hnlf of it I frlta Breatdeot better; When I used that boUle I sent (or two more, and when I fin- ished tho third bottle I wascomplotely cured, "It is over two yean since J ftr.it took Dr. ncrctfs 0 olden Medical Oiacovcry and I havo not (roublcdi ft day with aathrna ALEX McLKOD. Hamilton, "I havft suffered rhtiitr.ntisjTi for tho lost five years nnd 1 have only taken three IxiKlca of Dr. Fiercc'a Aniiric and thrw cf Discovery1 and rvrn nlsn had that dread djvMso, Ppanisli Influfnrc, leaving mo in n terrible r.oiiditioii. Only thoso who have Kfld it know an nvrful condition it Isavcs in, 1 am wire if it bad not been for Df, ricFC-w'n alid advice I cerlninly wouTd havo dicd- "I want Ifl recommend Dr. Pierco'a to nny wiffcrcr with kidney tfouhln or lo fvnyone nindown ftfte" having tho 'HY. Also try Dr. Piereo's Pkasanl IVIIfta for Mlt-S. T-Jl c'JUJ.triMHf- Vorlh Steamship Phone us shout getting those-friends.of yours.oiiti fron: Ihe Old Country. Information cheerfully given. represent all lines and can give you- excellent service. The Rossiter Agencies (Formerly Harris Rosilter) Hlglrtbstham Block, Phone 1412 Information CHANGE IN Train Service .EFFECTIVE SUNDAY -JANUARY IMPORTANT ALTERA- TIONS IN TRAIN TIMES EAST x12.20p.rn. 11.20p.m. x 4.35 p.m. a.m. x 3.03p.m. 2.45 a.m. X( 8.20 p.m. 6.55 a.m. WEST x12.30p.m. x x 2.26 p.m.1 a.m. Hat ArLcihbrldje LvLethbridge Ar Hied. Hat Lv Lethbrldge ArMacleod l.v Macleod Ar LethbrWge .NORTH Lv Uethbridgt 3.10 x p.m, ArCalaary x 9.50p.m. Lv Calgary 10.00p.m. ArLclhifridje 3.00a.m. South LvLelhbridae x 9.30a.rri. Ar Coutts .xU.30 LvCoutU Ar Lettibrldge x 1.30p.m. x4JOp.m. x 2 50p.m. .x .x Ar x11.15 a.m. Lethbrldge-ManyberrUi f.'o Dally except Sunday. ZTrinnjonllnfnUI n Daily Connecticinl at Cal-jary and Medicine Hst, For particulars apply to any ticket agent or write, J. E. PROCTOR, District Pasringir Agtnt, Calgary. ;