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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT nre i. DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY (WlttS (From Our Own I RLA1IIMOKB, Jan. a meet- Ing of tho board of school trustees held in tbo town office on Wednesday evening last several mailers of iti- terest wore brought v.p and disposed IS One of tlie most important T.-53 tho pc-rEonnel of the 1920 This matter has bron cleaned tiji by findings of a com in itt ee for that purpose, The cooimiuoo wiio .j. n asked to determine wboiher ;i; j returning officer's decoration as Iho result of an election is bir.iilnj; not boing exactly inVompliant'P j with the Klection Act, found iha; al-' 'hough mistakes boon made by the returning officer it would require n sitting of the to up- his declarations. Therefore Capt. V, A. Dcobe. who elected In according to iho returning officer's dot'laraiion for n icr2i of thrv'a years mus-t b3 allowed sit on tlid for nsiolhor yi'Jir r.UJlo J. McPhail who was electM for one year in was j'.sk- Over WILL ANNOUNCE FRENCH CABINET ON TUESDAY I'AKIS. Jim. Mtlli'iMtid's uiblnet will hold iti at ilio ut-w prom- Mr. Hamilton Ijolns rc- by a mnjority Mr. Conway, uriiu-iinl of the Ulair- inoro ivas pros out iti bis eapu- whrro r-'iiivmeiH of some s of ilLQ stuff is m-asfary. r. niisety employ will lie re- on February 1, fvo pry roliiiiiK first ot rrnviluypos includes ycar.i anil About uyres of tins are nffoctrd. n j'.'.iMLiuiH'iiiK the tninos of rot Ire d. I'nt' civil ser- vice; conmiission fioints uut that this r (bo first Us: tho .'port by mended iho retirement, of about lundrcd cicployocs. Complete Treatment mat Glues Gratifying Results Vl'.WIJSO, OXT. "I had au alUck cl ll'fefing so bail tliatmyctotb.es would bo wet llircujli itt limes. 1'orfc urmontht, 1 couk' get no relief tirjil trial ft" and''Sjcft'ij-Salra''. Altogether, I hnva threo boxvj of "Kruit-a auj entirely well." Ci. HALL. IkitU iheso favorite remedies aro dealers at Me. a bos, 0 fur orjeut on receipt of iirico by 1'ruit-a-tiTcs Limited, Ottawa. "Kruit-a-tivcs" is also put up in a trial site which sells for Three Milion Worth Taken by Revenue Oiiiccrs Since'Friday Night JEI IN POLffl IMS MADE ONE YORK. Jnn. ________ ncd nt moro than tlirco million doihirsi has been seized m New York since YORK. Jan. of Friday night when enforcement of the I excesses comnilltoil agntust thu Jews _ President of the C.-ow s Nisi prohibition amendment K'carae effec-l local, Aibcrlii School Tracher.-' Alii- I live, occoriline to statements of Inter- Sullan Admits Entry Into War On Teuton Side a Blunder I'AUIS. Jan. 10. In Ills speech from whic'li "Sii members of the tlirone at the opening of the Turk- meeting. This schedule- asked for a' ngents added. len per iTK-rease or ;L mfninitim J H report already active. Ti! antl I i UL i IIPL-U limp siumuttcJ by the icacaers them-j barges alongside picra in transit, ]iresIJent of the Polish council of min- tho indisposition of the sultan, ilweall j-c-lve.s and whu-h was read at thisjnlso would be seized, the revenue .stDrSp nvrlved in Warsaw on July rvtjensth on the fact that while the 1311', and reiuaiueil in Poland for two ai'mislicD was in eftcci for fourteen months during which lime it travelled months the forces of tlie allies still occupied certain paHs of ill" empire. CJreek occupallon of Smyrna, tlie sultan said, increased Uie difficulties, but. he added: "It is unnecessary at tills lime to explain the gravity of our situation. Prudence, firmness and patriotism .oughl lo k-ad us i-f 'or fill consiticrcblp di.-cuFsion the boatd k'rantoij ilie rtilsc of in coin- with the schclule laid down liy (ho teachers. Mr. C'cnvi-ay tliankcd Ihe board in a fitting manner and stated that he see that a standard of off Icfpney be kept uu in Ihe school. IF II AND NE I (hat bootleggers nro Wealthy residents of Nassau county IIL-TC hired guards to their ivine cellars, it beeairie known today. They have been armed with automatic rifles. They do cisht- liour pliifts in One home, it was said, lias a new cellar of reinforced concrete. by automobiles more than 2500 miles, making a personal investigation in every town where antl-Jewish out- Lircnks hau been renoried. U. S. PLANS FLIGHT FROM N, Y. TO ALASKA; TO FLY OVER CANADA WASHINGTON'.' Jan. air route from Mlneola. X. Y., to N'onie. Alaska, a distance of 4.S71 miles, has been planned hy the nrmy air sertice safety nud Justice is the foundation, on.ivliich all human society rests.1' Turks Protest CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. tests acainst "the reported intention :i QCP ns TSSS AOCU ?hUHe !IMB ln tl't frlire-! IWi cwK' wSi vocri.ra _-n JLU Tho rjutec Ihe Cana- hoU hcre. Great While Tliiuncss might be Rttribuled lo various and niib'lo causes In different individuals. It Is a well- known fact that iho lack of phos- yhorons in liu? humnn st'stem is very for this condition. 31 teem lo bo well that, 'leHciency in may now he iiK-t by use of Bltro-l'hos- jjb.aio, which be obtained from any dnifrtjis'. in convenient tablet form. many iiintiiiiccs ihe assimilation of this by ihu nerve tissu? profluci-3 a disappears, vigor anri Ptn-i.sth rephco v.-p.iUne-is and lack nf ;iml ihe whole body Ms luil'o'.vs abrupt angles, (mvulojied in u glow of per- fni-i. and beauty ami will irti'E in In niul doing. Jan, re- sources aggrpgating on Xbvemher 17, national banks of tlie United States have established a record for growth and d e ve! opm n n t. it was said tonay by John S. Williams, comptroller ot the currency, In mak- ing public figure's as to the bank call of that (fate. Between-Iha calls of September 12 and November IT, national banking re- sources Increased A gain uf in resources for tho year ended November IT was re- corded. Deposits increased in proportion to the increase in resources, Wil- liams' figures show. For the year ended November 17, the gain In de- posits was approximately while between September 12 and November 17, the increase m deposits was Total deposits on November 17 were In- creases in resources p.mUyzed QS to geographic locations show that the national bank development generally was not confined lo any one gection of the country, the only section show- ing a decline beir.a the central western dian border at Mtnot, N.D. At Hazel ton, B.C., the route turns north be- i twcen Ihc coast range anil tiie Rockies to White Horse, Yukon Territory, r.nil crosses the Alaskan border' at Egbert and thence1 to Xoine. Fort j SINCE NEW MEN enthusiasm was aroused by orators who discoursed on Turkey's inajien able rights to Constantinople, says a disp.atch to the Kxehange Telegraph company. Kc'solutions were adopted declaring Constantinople should be maintained as the capital of Turkey and tbo seat I of (he government; demanding the TARD1EU REFUSES TO ACT evacuation o; Smyrna and aJjacent regions by the Greeks; asking for au immediate conclusion of peace; assert- the integral sovereignty of the President Sam Compels 1'oinis Out That New Act is Dangerous WASHINGTON. Jan. announcement that tho American Fed- eration o( would oppose "with whatever power It way possess'" Iho enactment of tho auti-scLlltlon bills now pendius iu Congress, was nrfio yesterday tu a statement Issued by Samuel Gompors, president of the fed e rat ion. Gonipors cited Section 4 of the penal code and asked: "If rev- olution Is afoot why has not tho depart of justice made prosecutions un- der that Section 5 of tho bill, unbellevablo as It may ho continued, "may i bo easily construed to make a crime, so vague aud involved Is tho termin- ology, io wear in public any button of ail organization whoso purpose It is to secure an amendment to the constitu- tion of the United States or any ex- isting federal law. "Section G perpetuates tho censor- ship of tho Doatmastcr-coneral over newspapers and printed matter. "More sdll, tho proviso sets up a censorship over any man's private correspondence by tho post- in aster-general. "Section 7 would exclude from this country oven for libraries and Investi- gators, a large portion of tho labor lit- erature of Europe." "Section 9 makes unlawful every association which seeks 'directly indirectly' to make political changes by injury to private property. It is unhappily true that even a legitimate striko may result In indirect injury [o the- employers1 private property right in his business. The recent steel and coal strikes wore both heralded its attempts to overthrow our govern- ment. "If a hostile federal Judge should decide that any particular strike has a political end in view antl the strik- ing union Is 'affiliated' with the Amer- ican Federation of Labor, the latter would be compelled at once to expe! the striking union or itself become unlawful. "In general, this i? a bill ngainsl opinion and advocacy. It proposes to set up not a government of lawt bui of men, btcausc under Its vague and sweeping terms no man would know whut the law is until the federal judges interpret its meaning. ''The inevitable result ot tins bill if enacted, would he to spread a retgi of terror over the United States, fil tho country with spies and spacia Oj the 'department ot Justice, fill the land with suspicion and liuui- ing would quickly become a national industry." PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OFFERED TO HIM Hon. A. 1C. who has been offered (ho portfolio of Public Works JanL conven- tion of bishops Is to be held short- r.t Fulda, during which a peti- tion will be a4dretted to Pope Benedict to request the allies to from demanding extradi- tion of psrtons charged with crimes. The have issued a proclamation calling on Gcr mans to unite In opposing the sur- render of these persons, clalmtnQ "the threat. IB driving men to syi cttfe." It calls on the country to prevent any trp.'n passing the frontier bearing Germans to face a hostile court At H golden wedding colebratior, at Georgetown, Ky., the entire wed parly 50 year's before wa: a Iho Union Government and who Is present, jeicopt tUu omclnllug tlcrgy till undecided. man. wlio Is dead. PARIS, Jan. Andre Tor- dlcu has re'used to retain the port folio of minister of liberated regions Turkish nation should be maintained in the new Millcrantl cabinet. In re- j tfirrltorles In vblch tho majority plv lo M. Jlillerand's request that be of inhabitants are Turks, and gtv- remain in office, Captain Tardlcu has aalit that during 'the past few clays, both chambers of parliament have j shown wiahorl to appoint new men and that, therefore, he was unable to remain En the cabinet. M. jMUIeraml remarked to the news- papermen at midday tlmt he had had a talk with former Vtviam. "He saltl he was not willing at the present moment enter the gov- said M. Millenitut. "hut he assured me of his fullest support." assurance that the rights anil in- terests of Turkish minorities would be self-gnardeil. Many meetings liavo been hold in Anatolia under the i.usplces of Turkish nationalist leaders. NEW YOKK GOVERNOR AIDS HUSH REBELS ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE CAI11O, Jan. Youself SaHla, accused of attempting: t'o assass- inatn Premier Youssuf Wahba Pasha on December 15, was arraigned in the military court bore today and Indict- ed. Tho defense will be that the ac- UHjCd tried lo frighten tho premier biit did not Inten'l to kill him, it was aimnnuce'J. NEW YORK, Jan, AV frbd Kmitli, in a letKir read at a mass meeting hero Sunday presided over! by Kamon lie VpJera, "president of the j Irish oxprsssing rogrot thatj he was unable to bo present when the' freedom of Hie city N'ow York was conferred on Mr. Do Valura. Thu gov- ernor extended "sincere Iwpt ivislios" for the success of tho Irish "JDn should have the symp.v For Over 28 Years Kczf-run o 1 n II aim. timed nt I o'dnrkl r I fl Trliion. BivlllK her! II 1 of Capv: Xurth, I "ted tho of [co, Thu i T 1 i eulrrl [r) reach Ihc I inndiaii Senior which is i t a 54H.OOO rargo for the KM I nris. FAMOUS RACE MAN. JAf i3 MURPHY, DEAD VOfiK. .lau. I ynm oM. who f n tfian I.alf a 'nljle tin ,1 II I 1 Ktr.te.s. at hin 1 1 yi'-lcrdiiy. H" v.-p.s of i'omlcr, tire f 1 r >s.i liors.-s Hint over I r cord of two Minutes 1 tl laci'.iK a rr.r.-.rd of 1. an exhibition on It1 I iile track, near Huston, in A'iedicsl scior.cc knows how h the of Uc.'dir.s Fcr it th-'it tonrlf r gur.iii are tiio (r.rc-vunacrs of Pyonlica, dread v.hicri affiicls four out cf five pcophovor forty, H Ili2 vincheckeJ, the g'jr.i-lir.o teeth dcc.iy, hor. n and Ml e-.i t, cr inurt he extracted to rid Ihi "-j of tlic Pycrrhcn poi- ti-ns nt v-iiich system ar.d wreck thi hc.ilih. ca-j-e rhcumatkm, anaemia, nr.d r.'jr.ny t To avoid Pyprrlica, viiit your c'.cn- often F< tlie Cutr.s. 1'or- J''or will prevent Pyor- or if ustsl iri lirr.c and us-d cuisiitcnlly. Ordinary i inr.t do tlsis. Forbm's Itcc-p.T 1'ne firm nr.d kctli v.hiLo ami clran. Stnrt si Icxlriy. If lias already ml in, lire UMiirco ai.d your dentist imriic- dbtcly for eprci-.l trcaiment. antl in Canada and U. -S. If your t'rucKist cannot yous'jr-cl to and wcvill mail tube jjjr.'pxd, V'S, LTD., Montreal DIPHTHERIA IN MILITARY BAHRACKS MONTKEAL, Jan. cases ot diphtheria having broken out am- ong soldiers stationed in (ho I'eel Street barracks-, the Royal Canadian j Hi-ipment which recently was trains-; frrrort here and Intuited tnese barracks, has Leon riunraiitin- i ccl for three weeku. i Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils so that you will be continually inhaling the vapors while in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other public places during an epidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve before the germs can reach the throat. FOR THE SICK Place One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in the sick room. The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated salve makes breathing easy for the patient. It induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumonia! The Healing Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and is very comforting. Price 3Sc per box. If your Druggist hasn't any, scad 35c in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Company, 193 Spadina Ave., Toronto, and a full-size box will be mailed to you promptly. FORTHE GUM To Ithe The Men who will call on yon tomorrow are mostly "Busy" bus- mess men who have offered their services on behalf of our efforts to further our work of Love for those who cannot help themselves. Please remember this, have your gift ready, and- give as deep down in your soul you know you ought to give. God bless you. Tuesday Afternoon To the Workers We put outselves in your hands. All lhat can be done through the press and advertising has been done. The public understands the object and is in sympathy with it. It is now up to you to make the Campaign a success by your noble sacrifice of time and energy on our behalf. God bless efforts, and speed your Tuesday Afternoon ;