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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TVJETVE UERAI.O. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY H, 'PEG STRIKE CAUSED FIRE-LOSS REDUCTION; PEOPLE MORE CAREFUL WINNIPEG, Jio; general strike lait summer vras dt- respoftelblo for a million and a hattt reduction in fire loseisi. Heath, proiiaclil ttre In his I9iv annual nyort ALBERTA LEADS IN HOMESTEAD ENTRIES WINNIPEG, Jan. leads' In hcmeiteM with for Issuaii here today had and Manitoba 1.911. The (laurel, which do not Induce sol- dier entries, show an In- crease ef ASLEEP IN ort Iwrced to be more rinijn i Tfl rtf MfVT ttul the regular L RUnlH I 111 Kr VtY I IU DL11LAI 'ire lots In a decade. 6f UtMst Importance PBC, esnuWfiad cod-liw oU p not ooedackio M many prate to think of nwdicine- ia a icon of jrowth-nouratJunent it of utmost importance to children. That moil icttiUne rtlitft and t brief on Returned Soldier Who Was Speaker of Soldiers' Parli- ment In Winnipeg my Canadian. tt-ws Wire) WINNIPEG, Jan. Canadian teems to ni8 that any men who would write that sort of stuff in Canada are subject to mental said Chic-r 1 due today attar numerous publications Involved in the application for a re- Old Cowley Resident Has Sud- den Blows Roof Oft F. A. School Trustee DRIFTING FOR THREE WEEKS IN THE GULF the world over. Scoff to tike aW mfci tWra pow stroll Seotl A. CHILD'S L1TIVE [rial of R. B. cutivicted strike- Look loader, bad been perused. On perusal of another document, the chief Justice remarked that It was Ereaionshle. A. J. Andrews, K.O., senior crown ootnsjsl, anued adinlssibllily of evi- dence liven at Ihe trial. There were- two divisions of Socialists, he said, a right and a left wing. One sought to Us ideals hy evolution, while the other, to which Russell helonged. revolution. The argument is continuing. John Fornell, relumed soldier, 1m- tflcated In the strike rlota here, is to be tried before tho next asslies. true bill having boon returned at the last assizes, hut the case being until disposal of the Rus- During the strike Farnell Soldiers' was elected speaker of the lo (he railwartnen on the wage "ques (Frvim Our Own Jan. 12. locil U.KA. held their Regular meeting on Ssturdat, Dec. 27. The following ot-> flours were elected for 1920 Presl-' dent. E. Tustlan: vice-president. T. Sheppenl; secretary-treasurer, R. directors, C. Elton. A. J. Snyder, H. Franz, J. Musgreave and F. O. Snyder. Two delegates were au- to attend the annual conv5n- tlon. A special meeting o! the Women's Institute was called for Wednesday afternoon, Jan. t. Mr. SrniUi, of the fsnn of Cyr Smith was present and made a good offer to the women. Ho suggested that ,he put ou n.n In- s'.ltute sale, en Sat., Feb. 7, in both his Cowloy and Lundbreck stores. One or two ef the ladles could take charge ot the cash register and help In the store. At the end ot Ihe day 7H Per cent, of the cash sales were to be turn- ed over to the ladles for the Harvey. Hobinson fund. Mrs. 'TustUn and Miss MacWllliams were appointed to help In the Ktore. The people of Heaver Mines are also helping this fund. They holding a dance in the hotel .at that place on Jan. 16. The proceeds to.go towards hi? worthy object, -1 Tha young folks have been enjoying splendid skating on the river, but Ihe terrific Chinook ivhlch raged- yester- day afternoon has covered the Ice with water. Tho Hisses were visitors In town last week, Ihe guests ot.Mrs. F. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. The Canadian Government Merchant Marine steamer Canadian Spinner as bean battling the floes of ths Et. Lawrence Gulf sinco Docsmber 16. short distance from Father Point the boat stuck In the ice er rudder disabled. Sluce (hen it has been drifting with tie and Ice. ut to the-open sen. When last reiwrtod It wajs near Fame Point In Gaspo. boat a crew of filly inen on cargo valned a million D Accent Call Torn Syrup of Pigs for the name California on the package, tlen you are sure your child Is having the best and most harmless laxative or physic for "_ little stomach, liver and bowels. Child- ren loTft- "its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dwe on each bot- tle. Olvn it without fear. Motber! You must .-ay "California." Tustlan spent the week end in Pincher the guests of their son Mr. B. Tustian. Messrs. T. Sheppcrd and H.- Frani left ra Wednesday night'tor the north to put up feed. Mr. Ii. Coates Wday night for Calgary. .Mrs. A. 1. Drewry has been tho sick list for nearly two weeks: A number ot people'iii the neighbor- ing have been asking what Ihis Is for. We will be as explicit as The Cowley Women's aid- ed by tho people throughout this -part Hon. but Is unwilling to give way on have started' a fund the general principle on which its re- cent offer, rejected by tho men's rep- was formulated. Sir Eric Geddes, minister o! transport, Inform- ed a delegation of the rallwnymen to. this effect at afternoon. J. H. Thomas, the raUwayrnen's leader, will lay the government's modified proposition before the body of delegates al a meeting this eve- ning. AFRAID TO EAT MEALS! Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin "Rape's Diapepsin" is the best Antacid arid Stomach j Regulator known i When your meals don'l tit and j-uu uncomfortable, when you belch I acids ur raise sour, undigested food. When you feel lumps of indiges-1 lion pain, heiirthurit nr headache from ficidlty, just eat a tablet of harmless and Papp.'s Diajicpsin and the stomach dlatross is Millions of psop.o liiiiw the masic of Papa's ns a.i antacid. They know that most indigestion and disordered slomach are from acidity. The- relief conies quickly, no disap- pointmc-nt! Pape's Diapepsin helps regulate your stomach so you can eat favorite foods wltiiout fear and a box of these world-famous stomach i. cost so little at drug with the purpose In -view of raising enough money to send 1 It le Harvey son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton away to some reliable sanatorium for treatment. Tha'llttle fellGTV who ls; now five years old has been "cripnled from birth. The Institute had Dr. Uoss eiainine him and his report waV thai the led was bright and normal in every other respect and with proper treatment had a good chance at be- ing cured. The Institute' thought they dare not start out on this work with less than to carry them through. This then is their objectire and we believe lliat they wMl he successful, 'for al .though there was no crop in this this year everyone seems will ilng and eager to share what they ihave. Donations, unsolicited, are jcoming from all parts, whljst the wo- ,men are planning concerts, lectures and a score of way's to bring this turn up to the mark. Mrs. Clelanil and daughler Rulh have moved Into their liouso In town or Ihe rest of the winter. Miss Margaret Kemmls of the (Jnioi Uank staff is III at her home. The annual school meeting was hole on Saturday last. H. C.' Morrison re :ired from the hoard ofHrustess, Mrs Hohl. Littleton succeeding htm. Proof of Iho terrible storm Proof of the terrible strength ot th wind storm which lasted for five six hours yeEiterday the roo from Mr. Henry Treadway's hous situated at the "river bottom." Mrs. While, aged 76 (ono of th olilesl residents ot Cowley or vicinity died on Saturday. She passed beac fully away while sleeping in ho chair. She leaves to mourn, two son Frank and Clem (both at home) fou doughters, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Spear Mrs. Holmes, and Mrs. While (fn Va couvor.) PETKRBORO, Ont., Jan. ve, Canon." Sfmultanoously Thomas onek and Michael Bahrl uttered eir last rues sage to Rev. Canon J. C. avldson, as the black cap slid over eir heads and hid their [aces from lew In the grey hour ol dawn this morning. At 8.30, three minutes after hey left their cells, the 'trap t was prubg and both men paid the penalty the murder o! Philip Yannoff iu une last, .They walked to the scaf- old with scarcely a tremor and made lelr last remark unwaveringly. Last evening O. N. Gordon, of this ity, and B. IV. Essery, of Torontot egal advisors of the condemned men, were Informed that the law must take course. Konek, in a statement to Ir. Essery, aafd that he had not seen annoff as in his bunk anil ad not intended shooting him. He lamed the "hair trigger" action of IB automatic pistol and his nervous- ess, when he and companions Suffered With Boils 5 Years. Boils are simply a breaking out of lia'd blood, and anyone who ha? suf- fered from them, Xnows how slclt and mfierftbio they make you feel, .lust when you think you are cured of one, another seeme reajy to 4ako place and prolong your misery. All tho poul- ticing and lancing yon can do will not get rid of fhsra, the akin appears to be the of the irritation the real diecaffo IB rooted In the blood, and to got rid of painful petU It is nncesaary to tot right nt the scat of the trouble. When (ho blood Is purified, cleansed and vitalized, by Burdock Blood Bit- (era, the boll? will quickly disappear, your misery In at an end, and health and strength como back again. Mr. RoM. Johnson, Harkway, have suffered very much, during tha last five yearn from holla, havlnc had as many an fire at once 1 tried different remedies without any was advlaed to try Uurdock Blooil Hitters, which 1 did, and after MANITOBA DOCTOR IS FINED THOUSAND WINNIPEG, Jan. with selling liquor, Dr. Le Baron B. Wllmot, of Roblin, Man., plead- ed that he was administering the liquor, not selling it. Magistrate Hawkins, Dauphin, fined him A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE Frederick S. Kolle, M.D, Kdllor ot York Physicians' "Who's Who." that weak, .nervoos people who want Increased weight, and norverforcc, should take a inh- let oi Hitro-Phopahate juK before or during each meal. This particular phosphate Li Iho dis- covery of a famous Kreiich scientist, and reports of remarkable from Its use have recently appeared In rrifiny joiirnjila If you do not feol well; if you tire not sleep well, or are too thin; any good'druggist and gel taking just one bottle moro bolls." have had nr> B.B.B. has on the market for over 40 years and Is manufactured only hy The T. Mllburn Co., Umllcd 'Toronto, two fifty enough Bltro-Phopshale For weeks' costs only cenlfl a week. Bat less; chew yJour food thorough- ly, and If at the end at a few weeks do not feel and better than you have for months; if your nr.Tves nrc not steadier; If you get n box of Mllbnrn's Hnrt ond Nerrr and I felt better after taking them; three msii me qutte rcll. I am now piping HIT to Iho fnrrn, tratUully my I feel like a, rtKfefent man." Piice SOc a hoi at all dealen or mailed fllreol on. receipt of price by The T. Mllburn tlmltsfl, Toronto Advert. SEE OLD, FADED GARMENTS TURN NEW "Diamond Dyes" A'id Ytsrs o( Wear to .I..., Don't worry about perfect reiwIU. "Diamond guaranteed lo ft new, rich, "rtdeleiw, calci- to any fsbrlo, It lie Vool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed dresses, blouses, skirls, 'cnllclrcn'e coa-is, feflthets, draperies, coterlnKfl, The Direction Dofik wfth each are tolls to plainly lo dlamor.d riys 6rer any color that you csn hot inuko a To match-any material, have drnj- Kbt tfnav you "Diamond Color ;