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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEK? THE LKTIUWIDGB DAO.Y SATURDAY, JANUARY On Same Basis us Public Schools Yasclcnak, Chairman of lioard are Iho onictals on iho Separate School Terrible Weeping CZEMA E. Hem, of HiKiiltfa. ftiir toinx South 14 itlief. ftna.Iy futtabfa tttclrtmtfiy. "To hlte lufferrH wllh ecrrnn cf lit laodj. so tad Hot nil' 11 anJ Uifil MitliDi'.l re- siren tp "'Ik ro-rc M.iiltl foctelp-lohiMUenruttJcuiusMtlKnslijIt "bottle of SI Cawscan bcKnllou froraynur owaTk-inllr- Wtile (or Canadiin 01 botlle ot D D.D. HTiir onuHfr U f. To' D. U. 1> Sruv, WL lotion for Skin Disease for the present yrar, at a ircellng held :u tin' uffi.T ot "Mr. Vsseleuak. Vastkviak. i J. McSwnin. j L'halriiKvn and iho whole board, finance J. Sehl, euak, Properly K. Smith. J. Me- Swain, J. U. Smith. The liiKitu'.'al staten-ent showed a over operating i-x- pwsos for the- ve3r. Thi1 tparhers WL're eniutet1. in-1 [creases in salaries on tho same sc-lipd-1 uk- a> liy tho I'uWK- j i 1 HAl.iKAX LAHOlt AIMS TO Two Carloads Shipped 1'riday- Markct Shows Signs of liroadenintf Out iilo'V Ot lh'1 tliatltliT it! market for A falTi from the l.cllihri.lgo irrig.vlinu bfit iv. '.iiliiiu iiiiiy be liad from tho sva-'o- ni tnado by A. Unuiiltoii. inan- Paper Shortage Causes Suspen- sion of Three Dailies and People Starve for News WINNIPEG, Jan, Canadian o( their newspapers as a result ot tho newsprint shortage. Winnipeg citizens toiiay crowuwi tho ;play Imoiii made hv W. A. Hiiuillton, inaii-i GET 1'OLlTH'Alj of Kami' Ud. that bulletins Issued ioictly by ________ i FrMtiy two rurloails of alfalfa were Ihroo loral dallies which wore O'sj _ _. n. iMakin.; three !Cil in conspicuous places at the vosl '3C according to official Cer- uews Siand5. This sheet nmn records. Tho lower jmrts of fo- TITLE OF COUNTRY SAVIOR OF THE CLEMENCEAU PAHIS, Jan. number ot tho senators and deputies arc circulating among Ihu monitors ot parliament a resolution to tOJifer upon Premier Clemen- cea'a Iho title ct of the Country." It Is proposed to iwss an cnabllug act to make tbls titlo official. SOLDIERS AT COIiLENZ HEING FLOODED OUT HEADS MONTREAL B. OF T. MOXTHBAL. Jan. Sum- mer was elected president pi llie Mout- real lioard ot Trailo yesterday by ac- cUnnatlou, whllo tho Hon. Lome 'J. Webaler was elected vlcO-proaldent. IIALIKAX, X.S.. Jan Cana- l.tbLtr Italldis: vublic nici-iin? liore last niKtit in Trinity Hall and lite eue tvud earneH attV3llion v-f liir nu'lleilce auK-j obtain ]iolilK-al control as the uiily; (H, of anj lhlnks' wlll movc COUUJXZ. Jail. waters iu the Rhine rind Moselle rivers here have reached the hiehest stage iti to Bdmonton. !y. rar vvns nri long :iKtt'contains a summary nf I us Iho Hhluo under if- ilvRitia. while Cranlirnok, Kernie. world's news, limited to ahoul 12i water. The army heaihiuarters build !-'orks unJ other II. C. points are j ft' will be issued Iwlce jl: w-ater in its base- regular Mr. Hamilton that about i newsprint shipments can be resumed on a uorinal scale.' existing; i out in good ttmr. KrieTancos. incniiifrshiu is open lo all '.rockers, whether physlral or mental. Amon? tho itlanks in tho platfyrjn are public owuprsuip of pub- lic utilities ami natural sources bonds bearing interest at tlio rate of British govcrnmeul lilans to issue new five-year exchequer wealth, democratic control ot Indus- per cent, to replace targe blocks OTTAWA. Tho granting uf n Imunty to shipbuilding in Canada was urged on tho government twlay by a delegation representing ri'inrned nii-n employed in shipyards throughout Canada. If tho bonus wi-ro absolute- ly necessary to retain the sbipbuild- Jiient today and otlior structures occu- pied by American forces liavo been flooded. Heports from points higher up both rivers state that tho rain has ceased and it la expected with Iho anticipat- ed advent of cold weather that the will sorm recede. Western Australian loan has been oversubscribed with- try. with equal pay for equal work. ,oi C jitr cent. bonds matur- lug business In Canada, the delcgu- in two days. Other recent t> per cent, and a reduction of the tariff to corn-ling iu Felfruary and March, accordingitlon urged, "then ive thoroughly en-jloans arc already several points above bat Iho high cost of living. ho an announcement. Idbrse the project." 'premium. Today is Pay Day and Hulk of Miners Acquiesced in the 1'lun Today Is miners' pay day In the local mines and there has been no trouble In regard to the "check-off" arrangement where- by the per capita fee Is deducted by the operators and forwarded to the headquarters of District 18, ,U. M. W. of A., In Calgary, to be sent oh to Internat'onat head- quarters in Indianapolis. The great bulk of the miners hive pc- quEesced In the plan. Thd four- teen per cent, increase, retroac- tive frgm December 1st, has been granted all round without discrim- ination until tuch time as the dis- trict hai he-n thoroughly organ- ized under the' U. M. W. of A. Firo losses In the V. S. and Can- ada for 1918 WBJO conv pared with in I'.US. THEY do nofj [far coufihs, colds and altitd compliints. For 60 yfais they have ftlitd on REP SPRUCE GUM f for ptompl iM'jlls. With thi f suenglh and vitality of they n more Uian ever before the imporUnce j of having Gray's Syrup on hind for I I imtntdiilc Ttey D. WATSON Cuticlira Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin one It in The Past to Do It in The Future! V ____TO THE BUSINESS MAN_____ There Is an angle to this appeal that directly interests you. Deeds, not Words, Salvation Army does good deeds hy the tens of thousands. The records prove it and yet little Is heard about them. To help men and women are down to got on their feet aaafn, means helping men to become valuable assets In the community instead of n burden. The motto so popular with business men "He profits best who serves most'' might be the Army's motto were it not for the fact that tht thought of profit has been forgotten In the Joy of to which has been added sacrifice. There is no suspicion of the Arjny or its motives. You know the adrninlslra. tion ia honest and economical and that Its balance sheet is to be for the asking. And you no other appeal presents so great 9 challenge to your gener- osity. Write your cheque then, and write it for an amount that will do justice to your heart, and it ready for the canvasser when ho calls on Tuesday afternoon. -TO THE LADIES. This Is an appeal to tfift tisart- The qualities of heart God has especially endowed women wlth< so mightily transcend nil others that we naturally appeal to you through them. The Salvation Army is what i', is through women. In this organization alone of all the great service agencies women have an equal place with on platform and in leadership. (s not this the reason that the Salvation Army has found within itself the great capacity to MOTHER BROKEN LIVES. The Army views the Drunkard, the Prisoner, the of Shame, the Child of Sorrow, with the yearning of a Mother. This MOTHER HEART has brought into, being Rescue Homes, Chlfdren's Homes, Industrial Homes for men, Relief Departments, Salvage Depart- ments, Military Hostels and rr.any other agencies for the care of those in need, ask you to help us maintain In Alberta. Will you then assist us by work ancf money and for the sake of the Master, BECOME A PARTNER IN THIS WORK, TO THE WORKER. Boys: Nobody will give a more ready response to this APPEAL than you. You know the You have seen the results of 'Is v.ork around you. Some people need more education on [tie subject. Bui you knowl When a fellow Is down In hit luck and begins to despair Ifs the Army thit crys "A man may be down; bul he's never out." The alwiyi ready to help a "drunk" get on his feet, and If gctn jaifed for doing something wrong they visit Mm; speak kindly to him; help his family while he's In, and get him started again wllh a clean oheit when he conies out. Good 'ole Army. When a girl fallb down and people shun her, tha Army help her; take her to their home; afterwards they look after her baby; get her a place and help her back to respectability, purity, uventually to home, That's Yes! Boys, they belong ID us, these people do. They no pollEkR! "pull" by myl they havo an awful strong moral orfe. Some of us fellows went Overseas. We know what they did there. Did '.bay ever fail us? Nol And shall we fail when they want our help? Nol LET'S GIVE AS OUR HEARTS DfCTATEl Let Us Do This Work On Your Behalf TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1919 Headquarters, Union .JBank, Lethbridge ;