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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1920 THE LETHBR1TX1E DAILY HERALD PAOR BLKVLJt-, 4 1 A COSILY ME Two Orion, Heavily Fineii-A' Election _A'BBual Church Our own Jan.- 12.--Mr. Kvberlscm. Iho government agent was hero on (ho He la also espectcil hero on 'the' i-ilh to receive applica- tions tor hay which has been shipped In to relieve the feejl ultuailau. Ocorge Anthory who has resid- ed south of Orlou shipped o'ut a car- load of horses and effects, from here to Cereal. Wilfrid Egsleston left on the 3rd for Outlook, Sask., where ho will re- sumo his school studies. Ills object Is to obtain ;i teacher's first class certificate.' "Iho past has been o with sihoplJBiid! other meetlnia. On Monday tiio annual meeting of tho Re- ports froujrtho secretary-treasurer of tlie re- ports ot llio; Sunday school and-ladies' aid, ana Svero considered very satis- factory to all' Interested. Afterwards Iho election of officers mid tho man- agers meeting took place. The treas- urer, secretary and chulrinau of Iho church wero.all reclected. On Tuesday oVenlng. Jan. U.l'.A. invited the gctuci-al public to H box social'and dance in ni'd of the fund for 'expenses of delegates to the i l-algary convention. Tho proceeds after paying all cxpcnsos ainounlcd to ubout Ou Thursday tlio annual meeting ol the Orion Consolidated school was held. In addition to tho usual butl-l ness of giving Information of the ac- counts for tho year, the election o( a now board of trustees took place. The taxes had .come -in as well as- could be expected-, -considering '..tuoj light crop. The iolal enrollment ol the school for 1519 uas 61. The re- sult of the election -for trustees wa3 as follows Sir. .-Jas., -Jackson ri> olected. for Fourways school district; Mr. W. Miller ejected for Wesley! school.- Oir. Lice Milier elocl-S ed for Six Six school district. J. K. Eckmclr elected for North Six. Sis school district. Although ladles were entitled iu vote at this .election only one or two cume out to record their votes. This is tho first school election carried out by ballot. j Ou Saturday afternoon the U-.F.A, local No. met In the oid Hanson and Thompson store. In the absence of tho president the meeting was call- ed to order by the vice-president, .Mr. S. -Bggleston.' 'waa convention to be' held at Calgary and -the number-; of 'delegates lo be- sent by cd.at a prevlous'm'eetlug lo Eend'Mr. J. W. Smiley and Mr. A. Do.-sn. Au additional delegate elected on Doc. Bartlett belag chosen the meeting. It IK hoped that at tho next monthly meeting to be held on Jan. 31st delegates will givo their reports of tioli pluje at jhe 1920 convention. TJiere a gbod altendarico and eevjfal joined- "sip for 1S20. "v MAGIC BAKING POWDER f of sr and Dance'g .Followed (KrciM oar Own Jan. A Joint in- Lodge S'o. 25, and Trogressive Increased by Amount, Kut Profits Were Cut in Two (Financial PosU cent'report of the Com- mission, which takes the attitude that AlbcrU natural gas should be con- served for (he domestic consumer and .not used [or munufscturing purposes. now welts lu'the Bow Island were yeiir with the following" result: One jiias "dry arid abaiulqncdr and ttio !other two ciiuie iu Small, .pus a two [million uifclc feet well, and tub other million1 feet. Two'other now I wells in entirely new locations were also completed, bnfe neinfe dry, but the other camp in for fcjur' and a half million cubic feet per day, 'This well was an important' addition (o 'the company's resources during' the last Tho affect or the eoMi'lmi- whic'a ten monibs of year. 11 Is hoped are being ficod public utility com- lhat it will -form I lie nucleus for .an- MONTREAL SHORT QF HOUSES AND RENTS JUMP ACCORDINGLY Dailies Is Ehoivn hy the annual state-lother largo field and three other ismjjiv.'rw, Sisters v.'asjmeut ot tho Western Xatural arc being sunk to ttst out tlie held in Hall. Cole-man on t Light, Heat and Power Company for i locality. when ineui-jthe year ending September 30. De- ters both-lodges-and friends num- bering xp.Vor'lCKI.'Werf! 'present and thoroughly 'enjoyed tlio fill and ceremonies. jth the fact that revenue from gas tales was slightly higher than iu 1918 aud that miscellaneous In- Grand coma nas also a little Chancellor, A. J. 11. Donohuc. of the total of I1.CS1.042 conisarins with more prolonged stops, 4aWuR lu nitay outlying, places'.-.it is ox'pcctetl that this survey oE Mr, Pou- lon.wlll lead.up to ;furilicr .investiga- tions to ,n6' made later' in the. year, anil that thesb..preliminary luvotiUga- At Oriou on Jan, before Magis- tr.ito' Sareent.' of 131'zllHmi1, "iwb' uro- Ihers named Drown who in thu country soutli of Orloti. were' fined llons-'Vlll tend .'toward it sympathetic }200 each for operating-a still 11 (or ihemanufacture of a apecial'he age IQKI-.VU as Olnor cases of persohi and organizations )vish- llkely to follow. jine lo set In touch wilti Mr. Ponton, 'letters addressed ..care' of N. A. Me- LANCASTER SCHOOL ELECT NEW TRUSTEES till use j'consideration-of trsuo and Industrial laThever-' problems la For; the advant- Medicine Hat, Alta., will reach him ahout the middle of next month. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured by B.B.B. coustitutiojial, dis- fi-'rom Our llf-T. GIJANI.EA. Jan. A. X. Sprinkle spout a few days in Leth- bridge returning Friday. Mr. A. Gravenstein who has been visiting friends in tiie district left for t'oaldale Wednesday. Mrs. George lleuchel and Bruce Christie motored to Medicine. Hal on Wednesday. JJr. Thomas Bright of Wcybuni, Sask.. was visiting friends In the dis- trict Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.-Thomas Pro'wse cuter- SEEK 1Y TO Orand IJomain'of Alberta Knhjhts of PytnUs having paid official'visit previous to tho Knights lodge -was ptevalled upon to prolong vlfit and conduct Ihc installation ofithe officers of Sentinal Lodge and was assisted by P. C. liro's.'.Mllley and N'-ilson while Sister Mrs. J. Kniscr, P.S.C. 'r.sslsted .by Mrs. Eacott and Mrs. C. Gleudenntng conducted the Pythian sitters installation. Bro. Wm. Caapinau retiring C.C. was pre- sented by 0. C. IJouohue with thc P.O. Jewel. The following were tlie officers In- stalled Pythiari Sisters P.S.U.. Sis. Mrs. Mtlir; M.E.C., SiB. Sirs. J. Fl'aser; K.S., Sis. E. Smith; E.J., Sis. Miss 11. (jillisnie; Sis. lira. J. Johusloiie; M. of F. Sis. Mrs. E. Eficott; M of 11. and t.V, Sis. Mrs. C. Waklanr. P., Sis. I. Den ham; G.O.I., Sis. M. Jenkins. KnlghU of Pythia C.C., Uro. J. R. Woods; V.C.. Uro. .1. T. Griffiths; P. Dro. A. Moui such was the of higher drilling aud oilier expenses, as well as, the necessity for increased allowances- for depreciation, that the net earnings of flOLrol were just about bal! of tho shown the previous year. I-'otioivlne are figures 1D13 Sales of Gas. Misc. KarnlngB Another promising field also being tried out. The card by tho Queen for her use this Christmas shows Eng- lapd and her daughters, Scotland, Ire- land, Wales. CanacVa, Australia, New Zoclaad, India nnd Africa, .embroider- ing the Itoyal Standard. The picture to from a punting by Howard Davle. MONTREAL. Jan. rents this city are Increasing enormously; in some cases they liavo Jumped a per cent. Never before has the housing problem been so for dnrlag the tive llcally no.houses were .built In, an apartment house a home for which ?SO last year; Is being Asked this year. A S40 .tenant told he couid stay if he paid will for no one will him S place as good at tlie figure. It Is ndwX. nut a question of whether one a it is a question of shelter from the elements. The aitua- (Ion is made difficult for Ihe tenant 7 by virtue of the annual leasing In force in Montreal whereby body moves on and rents a hou; a from May. The present area under In the Southern Slates is about 124, acres. 131S 4.160 :3.3J3 ________I '4i Kxpc-nscs Drilling wells Deb. interest Depreciation. Net 369.404 13-1.397 101.55X IK.m M. of W_ Uro. Win. ClmnTiiiin: K. of U. aud Seal, Uro. Dil. Gilllsjile; M. of p., Dro. J. Rush ton; M. of K., Dro. W. Nelson; M. of A. Bro. T. Smith; I.U.. Bro. J. Ford; O.G., Bro. J. Den- j ham. After installation the Sinters soon hail Uic tables laid with one of the splendid supers 'for which they have gained :an excellent resr.Hatlon for Iirpvidjng lo which ample justice was doh.p. and Uien, sonic. Kvoryonu be- An increase in the number of cus- tomers of to a tola! ot with an increase of 188.046 In receipts from domestic consumers and a de- ..crease of 5D5.S09 from iniustrlee. te V, I interesting as indlcatlns that small consumers aro being more and more catered to. This has n bearing on Ibc general Equation described in a re- KEEP STRONG One bottle of medicinal cod- liver oil taken now, may do you more good than a dozen-taken a month hence. It's more eco- nomical to give your body help before resistance to disease is broken down. A very little SCOTTS EMULSION OF PURE MEDICINAL COD-LIVER OIL goes a long way in sustaining strength and-keeping up resistance. Resolve that you will buy a bottle of Scott's Emulsion at your druggist's on your way home, and start protecting your ttrength. It's Scott's you atk for. fecit fc Vowce, Toroato, Out. taincd. .a..few at whist on I Bill Prepirra tb.'Enable'-Muni- inB-'now.iu a good humor and open to ;o. tlie uric acid In the. Tuesday. .Four tables were at plav. w-ii, con'viction C.C. Bro. Woods called up- blood.'It manltiBls itself liy pain and Mr. Jack Fore 'winning first .prize and1 h rep-. Kanire ._ Inmcntss tlia muscles and -Mr.' Carlson" consolitlion. joints of the Jaoijy. which "swell Mr.. Clifford. Sewall aud'become! hot antl Inflamed. Anyone who tms .suffered liioiiih Sewall i '-a'l diet home of Curlspif Th'c U.F.A, clubi'lieid there cipalitieS-'With Fred! Range lu Borrqjv.to after month, nnd perhaps year after; first whist drive In school years, with rheumatism, and who has house Saturday. Ten in tried remedy alisr remedy in the play until midnight when prizes wcro of relief, anil without success, should distributed, Mr. 'whjsbv and Mrs. on Grand Cbaiiccllrr RTO Donohue to r.ddress the gathering and get in some of] Iho .good. work of ho was capable, .while his audience wat; measure designed lo In- a receptive mood. Uro. Donahue on rising expressed tho pleasure it gave him to be present and in munlcipa .ties K when he nrranssd to visit havo; voted for SelUina, LodBe m ,lol 1t asilst farmers to protect .their threshed, crops, the.ratepayers them to forget the petty differences for distribution to farmers'twho feel it my lei-you, Tho resig know of the great benefit, Hiy. il.usbamr and Mr. Ilild wore a derived from using trustees.'Heiejla Wood Hitters. Ha had b'eenUufferiuj year. Messrs.' Xewi for the past two years with inflammat- ory rheuinatisni. He tried many mcdi- Imt got no.betlcr. A friend ad- vised him tn lake B. illtl so, ruiil after taking five bottles he felt I'ko a now man, and was able iq yo to vork the samo ns ever." Ilurdcck Blood Bitters has been on acce'iited and threts. Nelson and IvtTBon. -31r. H. Wares ih'ndo a business-trip to Klzikoin Jloiiday. -r '.r'itr. ana Mrs...T. ll.'projvsc spent Sunday the guests ol-JIr. and 'llrs. J. Ko're. Mr. Eric Ircrsolt is the t'uest of his son, Mr. Richard' Ivcr- Ilie market tor over 40'years. Manu-lson of Pfospy. facturfd only hy The T. Jlllimrn Mr. Carlson and Mr. T. H. Prowsc Litmied, Toronto, jmotoreil (o Winnic'rnd Siiturday. Sir. George Thorpe of Bizikotn was thc district -Monday. _, _. ri disturb thc .harmony' aiid peace '''which" should nt an tlie. lodge. Dro. tinable-'to finance a fence out of their own ppcketE. Where tlio total amount does not escecil a resolution of i the council will be sufficient author-j u gavo ihb'm great'ploaauro1 to itjv-lmt ..for higher- amounts provU- G with them to- a referred bylaw. !and tilerc wouW .llwaj.5 Tho 'maximum, interest :ininm. rRto ;of liearty welcome Awaiting him p.aid for tilia, ,od e coln'- Uc' nCr cenl.' Thu inunicipallty is required the purchasers of wire frlrs, Found Tanlnc To Be Just the'.Medicine She Nestled. "1 liarl my first bottle or Tntilar; liefovc was convinced I had found Uifc medicine I i-nnl Mrs. J. living at 7040 Nanaimo Koa'J, TJ. 0. "I lind bfen In wretched health for a she continued. "My iviis lu Fiifh Inid conditioii eat slSghtest .Uiing PufCtrtiiK. I liml any :mtl go for weeks at a time, only f co .without hut a very smell of anything cooking would 1MPEIUALS NOT TO SUFFER EXCHANGE LOSS OTTAU-A, Jnn. an effort lo obtain first-hand information concern- the nroitucts, bntli domestic and in ihc wesl, G. M. Ponton. Eifsififaiit secretary JIIK] tecluu- cal Advisor of Ibc Cnmidiaii tmrlc commission, will leavp Ottawa January .on jf tour of the' western prov- Jncss. He will in so far an possible conduct a survey of established indus- tries- opurallng and makn sng- gestiona toward increasing their pro- dn'ction. He also will look into Indus- tries, proposed hut not operating. On ItJa ivay west, Mr. Ponton stoii Cor a few at all tlio prin- cipal points, outlining to the various hoards of trade, manufacturers' asso- ciations and other persons Interested iu tlie objects oC tlia investigations, miusealc me. What llU.le T did ninnagn In down would gouiy'gns form nnd press against ni'y heart so I could liardly breathe. Often I would suffer from palpitation ol llio heart. I would bloat up badly after every mcnl and would have Iho most Inlcii30 1 Ti'ad pnln.s in Rtcali of my liacl: Uisi. so Mid I wuld hardly gci nroimd, anil hnd hcud- [icliri continuousiy. nerves were in terrible condition-and Itic least out of the ordinary would com- ]'lelr.ly inn. I could sleep but .very little and would roll nnd nil niglil long and gel up In tlie morning focllnk s-'O uad'l.ha: I.could hardls' rirag about, 1 was FO weak I was uti- siblo to do my and was liaroly able to even I was also troubled willi constipation and had to lake laxatives all Itic lime. "I iktidcd lo Iry Tanlao, ami tiy tho limo 1 had finished nty tirsl hot- lie I WBS a prcat deal Ijctter. f kept on taking II. until 1 had taken five liottlcs am! now T am glad lo see meal 'lime tor 1 cnn cal. anything .1 :.i'jir'. and everything agrees with me Iinrfwtly, I now feel altogether dif- ferent lo whfil i (Tld beforo I starlcd Tiinlac for I never have a pain of any kind. I am never troubled with or Mealing nnd liavcn't had a since I Hlartcd (aklng Tan- h''. Nlv arc in line nnd T slfvy a child all nigh- long nnd get up la (lie morning feeling flue. I tiwe a great deal to Tan- he, and 1 will never fill! (o say a good word for v.lu-n 1 have llio opportunity." Tanlac in sold la Lelhbridge by lohn D, Illglnliothain In Coal- nirst by Diamond Drug Htallonery .Store, nnd In Wnrnur by Mrs. N. Der- Isoinenl, Heturnlng eastward he will make linal lodge come when lie, may. Dancing was.'then indulged in to continued Into the' wee 'sma the'when tlio knights true to their name cost of the wire and expenses, and Is j Bended their way homewards required to take a note from tho inrchaser payable in three annual in- stalments. Provision is inaiic for adding arrears of payments to [ha ;axc3 after December 31 of tho third r from the date of' note. The bill making !ls -pr froiti November contains1 Har clause ivisiotia t 1919'. 'Penally clauses are provided for fraudulent misrepresentations on the-parl of Iho prospective borrower. BIG PRICE FOR INVENTOR PARIS, Jan. prize of 100.000 francs has been offered by Hie Union fied with the evening's' enjoyment. SAYS M'EALTH ONLY SURPLUS OF EARNINGS .Inn. 15. Defining wealth as a surplus ot earnings liquid assets wjiicli 'could be away.'without interfering wiia comfort, ScuFitoi' TJanduraiul in an' ad- dress do'Uvcrcd-y'esterday at tlie week- ly luncheon of the Montreal Publicity Association, contended thai French-Canadians {lid not possess twentieth 'of' the wealth of Montreal speakev raid ebtinjate tosed on Iho acquired in many campaigns.-such as Inose of the inventor of a device which will tend to render air navigation in a hcavEcr- Ihan-air macbfno sator than at cut. The conditions placo no limit cither on the principle involved or thc Kund and the Victory Loan In view 'of tliis, the speaker sair it was a'gigantic task lhat thc French nature of the invention which may affect tho motors or carburelors or which may be a stabillisf. or.a device for rendering landings moro. 'secure. CompDtitlon is onen to i.lnyfintbra of all nationalities. r Canadians were tackling when under THE LATEST IN WOMEN'S JUMPERS Thc pictures, ju.it received front IXmdon. p.how the Jumpers -which havo poiiular both Ihero and In Paris, wlu-ro they were originally design cd. Ono picture shows a V-shaped neck, collar nnd cnfta and waistband and lilt other shows lhat knitted sill; streamers add to the effect. We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which; to Select Mason Rischj Limited BALMORAL Bt-OCK ALBERTA Despite a drop of 25 to 40 per cent n'thc price of hides, retail wiat will remain. up for wltu irospect of further aUran-jc. sbco men. Heart So Bad WAS NOT SAFE TO i LEAVE HER ALONE Miss Kva 1'. Yatfman, Krugeradort, Out.', feel that I must wrllo nnd tell you of Ihe great benefit received from Milburn's Heart and N'ervo Pills. About four ysnrs ago T, was lakrn terribly had my nerves nml fainting sixil's. and down in bed Tor nboul six months, 1 doctoral with two dlflcrent doctors ahd seemed fo get better, although tbc fainting spells would not leave mo. I such terrible w3 over I was, thai It was not safe to Icavo rno alono at any time-. At last 1 decided lo rcsorl to proprietary incii IcIncK nnd look several different kinds, Imt seemed lo receive liul lltllo benefit from Ihctn. Ono day noticing the advertisement of Mllbiirn's Heart mid Nerve Pills I decided lo try them, ahrl reforo I bad lakeii more than I conM see thoy wore nip. I nfjnitl ton bo'ies, nW nluiost cured ..of those terrible spells. I sincerely feel that your mod. icinc hns proved a blessing to me. and I any one troubled with their; heart lo Iry them, as t am confident J they will find relief." I Milburn's Heart and Xcrvo Pills art 60c a bos ni Ml dealers or mailed direct on hy Tlio T. i Mllburn Co.. Limited, Toronto, 'Advertisement, You'd Be Surprised Is the title of ihc new song "hit" by Billy Murray and the reverse side is another equally as good Worth While Waiting For No. 216077 them at arty Voice" dealer WE SELL VICT6R RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;