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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920 ;K. MGE NINE is a registered mifsa !n tho province of Alberta, Jlias Perry graduated last PERSONAL i" Canon James, of Calgary, Is spend' !CE a few days in tho city. o -Mr. O. 11. Fcrrler, of Blutauurc-, Is in tho city visiting friends for a few days. lion. A. J. iMeLoan Is in tlip cast, having accompanied Master Duncan lack to preparatory school at Oak- vllie. t Mrs. (Dr.) Hoy is very 111. V V Mrs. J. Henderson, of How tool: her training lu Ihe t'al- eary General Hospital. Sir. J. P. Simpson spent Ilic wcek- end in Calgary. Mr. A. M. i.Malonoy received lue sad news tliis morning of the death of his mother at Ottawa. The sincere sym- pathy of many friends and business as- sociates Is extended to Mr. Maloncy in his sorrowing loss. N'urse Slater was a visitor in Ihe city on Saturday en route to Van- couver, B.C. Mr. and .Mrs. A. nnd fam- ily returned lo tlio city on Thursday been paid, will be divided between I the Travellers' Aid Society the I Children's Shelter. An excellent pro- gram has been prepared and the pat- ronage of the publtc Is solicited. 25 couples were ready to waltz ivlieu the Coaldalo Orchestra struck the first tunes at the pie social and dance held at tht, Crystal Lake school house on Friday night. The night was cold and stormy and ihoso who came out must have beon at some previous dance at Crystal I-aka for it would certainly tako a pleasant recollection of this kind to arlng ona out oil such a uignt. Tun pies were auctioned off, quite a num- ber bringing from ?4 00 to ?6.00. so it was quite fitting that the piano fund committee decided that the next dance, on Friday evening. January 30, would be a "bard limes" dance. Somo of those noticed from the city were the Misses Molly Gilford, Jcnnio Masson. Nora Thompson, Helen McDonald, KV.I llultor.. Dot Livingstone Enid Hamilton, and Messrs. Chas. Parry, Oliver Hyssop, Gco. Kenim and Paul PR EEI14PERCEHI. l.iud, v.-no has been spending thu paEllsitcr spending fovcial weeks touring le-.r weeks with her Mrs.' the eastern States. J. ..M. Henderson. 6th Avo. S., left today for Calgnry w.here she will at- tend HID U.K.-VY.A. convention. LETTS SUCCESS U, M. of A. Claims Action of t Operators in Paying Increase To All Weakening Their Efforts CALOARY, Jan. full reports arc not yet in, I' Is generally understood that the great majority o( Ihe miners lu District IS hive receiv- ed the M per cent Increase whether they are members of the United Mino Workers ot America or not. This nt once brings up Ihn question as to f.. whether tlio operators have broken the contract made with the internat- ional, or whether the latter have fail- ed to organize thu miners solidly un- der the banner, of tho union. Organizers of tho U. M. W. ol A. who are in the city today, claim that with the operators paying the Increase WEDDINGS BAKEI1 A quiet wedding look place In tho Mrs. Shipman, Dominion Block, is entertaining as her quests. Mrs. [Albert Sliolton and .Miss A. Coleman, rrlends of Mr. 0. H. Kdgeit. v.-ho of Magrath. baa been ill, will be pleased lo learn or Ills continued progress. Mrs. Jack Walters, of liankheail. Is visiting in the c-itv, tho t-uist ot Mrs. A. W. Kress. Tlie many friends of Misn M I'crry will be intirested to hunw her being a successful candidate SOCIAL EVENTS 't t- The sacred cantata, "Queen will be rendered hy tho United church i j choir on tho evening of February fith, the recent University of Alberta ex- lnc United church. Proceeds to ho amlnatloii for nurses' registration, to1 donated to assisting in the defraying ivhom a certificate las been eipenses nf tho choir on their entitling her to apply tor registration Another pemc OF THE SPANISH INFLUENZA Epid visit lo Iho musical festival at Kdmon- Ion. Valentino affairs are always inter- esting and tho announcement from t'io Ilig Sisters' class of Knox church that they arc giving n tea on St. Valentine Day in the basement ol the church la certainly pleasing. Despite inclement weather the at Roman Catholic church, Fernie, when Harry Doris, ot Cranbrook, was united in marriage to Miss Florenco Haker, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Al- fred llaker, of Fernie, Rev. Father Kennedy performing tho ceremony. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES -J An emergent meeting of the Maplo Leal Chapter, No. 7, O.B.S., will be Tuesday evening in tho Ma- sonic hall at S o'clock sharp. The at- tendance ot all members la request- cd.-- Visiting members welcome. Tho Nursing iMission sowing class will lie reorganized Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. TliIB in specially Intend- ed to help tlie mothers who find it difficult lo make their own or their children's clothing, charge. Everybody 2nd Ave. S. There is welcome. 5001 The audit committee of the women of IMooschearl will meet to- A great many authorities havo prc-1 tendance at tho G.W.V.A. Sundav ere- night at S o'clock at the. home of Miss dieted a return of that terrible plague "iog concert confirmed tho fact" that I Forbes, 240 15tli St. M. which s'.vcji; Canada from one end to the public fully appreciates the ef- the olher not long ago and left, so forts of Ihis organization lo afford many daaths in its wake, and tliodoj enjoyable recreation for citizens. Th who did survive left in a groin' concert of last evening was given by nir-.ny cases with some sirious after members of the Wesley church choir, effect such as weak heart, shattered under Ihe dircclorship of Mr. Claude nerves, Impoverished blood and a ECU- Hughes, L.A. U. A interesting cral weakened and exhausted condi-j program was presented aud seemed tion of tho system. program was p: to ho thoroughly enjoyed by all pres- If you arc run down, heart not just enl, many encores being accorded the right, nerves n iillio shaky tnlio few boxes ot Mlluurn's Henri ami Nervo Pills and fortify your system against this terrible plague. If you had it left you with any bad after effect XII1- burn's Hwrt und Norvo will bring you back to health and strength. a! performers. Corp. Thomson, who sponsors these concerts, opened the proceedings by requesting that tho audience join In singing "0 and from tbe moment of Its finish in- terest on tbe part of the audience never faltered one moment. Every Item on the program was excellently LONDON, Jan. successes for tho Letts in an- other severe battle with tho llolslievlkl on Saturday, aro reported by tho bur- eau here. The Letts forced the Heds lo withdraw from nearly a dozen village in tho vtctni'.y of Ileshitza. ALBERTA UNIVERSITY TO HAVE A NEW MEDICAL 1SUILDING to all Iho men, the hands of tho inter- national havo been weakened that nuch.'as It simply means the men will all stay at work, not having been forc- ed lo sign the check-off demanded by the union." On the other hand, Iho operators appear to be of the opinion :hat they took the only course open :o them to pursue, pay Iho Increase Lo all, and so avoid a wholesale tying up ot many of the mines, which Is a situation tho operators apparently want to avoid. Bo far as is known .those places who received the Increase, are Fernie, Michel .Taber, Coalhurst. Monarch, Druinheller, Brule, Nordegg and Cado- inln. Xono of Ihefic, U is said, haa signed Hie check-off. In the Leth- bridge district, the miners arc pretty well organized under the Internation- al, and have therefore signed the check-off. Mountain 1'ark Is still lock- ed out. and there Is no change In the situation there. EDMONTON, Alta., Jan. new medical building to cost, when complete, is to be erected for the University of Al- berta. Draft plans have already been prepared, and the Intention i< to begin construction at soon as the weather conditions permit in the spring, En order that a por- tion of the structure may be available for use when the fall term opens. Tiic Travellers' Aid committee will meet in the kindergarten section of Knox schoolroom on Wednesday after- noon of tills week at a quarter to three sharp. A full attendance of members of tho committee is requested. Members of the I.sthbrtdgc- Ladies' Choral Club are asked to meet at the home of Mrs. Heath tins evening, practice to begin promptly at S o'clock. Tlie History and Current _ department ot the will j Dominion Boyle, attorney general, announ- Mrs. C. C. Paimor, Koppel, Sask., wish to inform you of tho great good Mllburn's Heart and Nervo Pills did for aie. After a bad attack of tho Spanish Influenza my'heart and nerves wcro loft in a very bad condi- tion. 1 got two boxes of your pills and (or "lenses, swelling tho must say they are tlie' best 1 over' fl" used, and I havo taken n great many 52' different kinds. 1 will always keep The veterans thoroughly apprccl- Heart and Norvo Pills in tho house." ate the atlendanco of'the public upon Price oOo a box at nil dealers or the occasion their conccrls-and are mailed direct on receipt of pricrj hy particularly grateful to those contri- rendered nnd displayed much prepara- tion and ability on the part of those contributing. Through tlifi collections ,waa from which {33.20 v.-ns de- ttl0 society by the sum of The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto ft. H. Smith Tried Lots of Medlclnea But Nothing Heloed Him Till He Took Tanlac. "It's a (act, I had given np all hopes of over being rid of. my troubles of seventeen years standing but now Blnco 1 havo taken Tnnlac they aro completely gsid IS, U. buting, whose talent Is largely re- sponsible for the attending success. They also wish lo exlend their thanks lo Iho Assinlboh '.Music Co. for the loan of pianos and to the press for publicity given. Tho following is the program rendered: "0 Canada." ot Zlon." Piano C. Smilii. 31. f. Hrooks. Wesley Jlale Quartette. Vvliiildinglon. Hark! My Soul." C. Hughes. Wesley Ladies' Qmutelle, Phyllis Whitlon. Whiddinglou, Song of "God Save the King." The dance given on Saturday eve- _........ nlng hy members of the C. T. 11. was lives at mil Woodland Drive, decidedly successful. The music, na .Vancouver, a few days ago. j WM excellent, and nearly all It about eoventeon years ago tho members were In attendance, that my stomach first bogan to Rive I mo continued Mr. Smith, rB celebration or the sixth annl- nnfii i i, worso vereary o( their marriago, Mr. and v ,7, lo gel Mrs. W. W. Henderson, of Cardston, about. Iwtlilng I ale seemed (o asrce entertained nl on Wednesday vrilh ms and after every meal the evening last meet at (ho home of Mrs. S. S. Dun- ham tomorrow afternoon. Tho at- tendance of every member is urged. The members of the Young Peo- nle's Dible class ot Iho United church jingly as part of tho government pro- are holding a sleighing party to tho! gram. The decision has been reach- home of Mrs. P. King on Tuesday evening, leaving the liall at 7 p.m. All members nnd friends arc asked In be on time. If Ilic weather is un favorable a social will be held in the hall. The annual report of Royal Crown soap coupon collections from Vrjbru- ary to November, 1M9, toward ilia support of the local Travellers' Aid, is as follows: Schools Central KleelwoDd Galhraiih PARIS, Jan. formation of the ministry was formally com- pleted this afternoon when Jules Stcco accepted the post of min- ister of the interior, and Andre Honnorat accepted that of mln- ister of public Instruction. M. Steeg was minister of the interior In the Palnleve cabinet 2nd had previously occupied oth- er cabinet positions. The cr.bincl. which has virtually been completed, is composed na fol- lows: Premier and foreign minister, Alex andre Millerand; minister of justice M. IVIIoplloau; minister of Interior Jules Kteeg; minister ol war, An drew Levefbre; minister of marine M. minister of commerce, M Isaac; minister of agriculture, Henr RIcard; minister of finance, Frcde-ri' Francois Marsal; minister of IkQ col onles, Albert Sarraut; minister of pub lie works, Yves Le Trocquer; minis ler of public Instruction, Ar.dre llor nor.it; minister of labor, Paul Joui ilain; minister of hygiene and soci: welfare. M. Breton. M. .Tourdaln was minister of lab t- in ilio Clcinonceau cabinet atul M. 1 TrooiiHsr was under-socretaiy of stit for the liquidation of stocks. Tliei are tho only members of Hie Clemc: ceau ministry retained. M. Frsnct Mnrsal is tho manager of the Union Parlociine. Ho Is neltuer deputy nor G senalor. Attorney-General to Introduce Legislation at Coming Ses- sion of the Legislature EDMONTON', Jan. will be sougin at the coming' session Iho legislature to mako live stor- afre oi H'luor in Atberla. except in ces that a-i ha? satisfied himself that a law of that kind can be enacted, and his purpose is to submit a bill accoril- The Store of Quality.. Groceries Beans, small white, 5 Ibs. for..............45c Tapioca, medium Pearl, 2 Ibs. for..........35c Barley, Pot, 3 Ibs. for...................25c Rice, Fancy Head, 2 Ibs. for..............38c Rolled Oats, Seal of Quality, 8 Ib. sacks, each 60c Oatmeal, Fine, Standard or Coarse, per sack 70c Vermicelli, Hirondelle, 3 packets for.......45c Soda Biscuits, North West, family size, 2 packets 7Sc Soda Biscuits, McCormick's large size packets, about Gibs., each................... Cocoa, Cowan's Ib. tins, 2 for...........49c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE----- -NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY UbisMeeh in tbe Cits Cburcbes Block, 7th St. (ground ar weekly Testimony meeting Wed- lesday evening at S o'clock. Missouri was the only state not re- presented at the conference! ot mocrnlic women, held in Wasainfiloii. Tlieir representative telegraphed sha wr.3 too miey getting marked to oilier with details. c societies Individuals Outside points lj.674 1.541 US9 4.-I30 ed in view of tho am.-ndments to the Dohorty act, which prohibits tile im-! portatlon of liquor for use in viola- tion of the laws of the province. The attorney-general expects in this way to prevent the warehonslnE of liquor in any part of the province-, though the Intcr-provinclai shijiments through' the province cannot, under the exist- ing law, 'he interfered with. Combined total 1 take this opportunity of lhanUing all Ihese for their interest and sup- port lo tlio Travellers' Aid by collect- ing the coupons, and also the princi- pals and teachers of Ihe schools for their interest In this work. Faithfully submitted. M-AIIY S. NBI'nS. Collector. wnc n...f..i i tnE as ho did tuc goort wishes lor returns" of siznllAr celo brationa. Music was enjoyetl and dainty re- was Romcthins awful. I wan contin- ually helcliing and all Iho time I had u mean lasto in my mouth and nil night my sleep did mo so llttlo good that 1 fell weak and llrc.l out nrtioh I (tot up CTJry morning. tried just about every mediclno A1 f ever heard of but It seemed that 11 l.OJMv, held nl tho would have lo go on throuBh Hfei V on (m' wilhout aver seeing nny rollcf. i fie-1lher arrangements were made in con [lliU! noctlon with the St. Valentino dnnco to gan to hear so much about Tanlac tbr.. I decided to give It n trial and you Imagine how surprised I w.is when be given In the K. of P. hall on Vtl- February 13th. This WINNIPEG, Jau, Canad- ian today Winnipeg Is without daily newspapers ond still de- pends for its Informnlion on bulletin service arranged by tbe three dailies as a result of the newsprint shortage. Tho iHtcst report from Kort Frances, Out., indicates Ihfit Ihe large paper mills there which have inaistcd upon not shipping to Western Canadian newspapers more than 15 per cent of their total output, havo not as yet resumed shipment of newsprint, and there arc no slens ot an early break- ing of tho deadlock. annual meeting of the :ongregation will be held in the :hurch on Wednesday evening. After eports have been received a social veiling will be enjoyed. There will ie music and refreshments, and the ittendeuce of all members nnd nd- lerenls of the church is asked. The W.M.S. ask that all intersnsEorj and enlistment cards be retnrnei icxt Sabbath to the elders as those liolding same leave tlie chur'ch, Christian eve- practice-and prayer scr vice. 7.30 lo Camp Fire Girls will meet as follows: Mrs. Crest's and '.Mrs. Bryan's camps in tho ladies' pnrlor; Miss Prosscr's and Miss Perkin'a camps In Iho Frothean class room. Monday, meeting nf Young People's Progressive Club. Wednesday, S rally service. Subject, "Service.'1 Leader, Mr. T. H. Dunham. Thursday, 3.30 meet- ing a! the W.M.S. All members are urged to lie present this is the iirst meeting of tiie new year. Thursday, 7.30 meet- ing ot the Boy Scouts. Friday, 4.15 choir prac- tice, Friday. 3 choir prac- tice. United 7 to-S p.m. Koy Scouts in the hall. Tuesday, 7.30 0. I. T. in tile boll. liibio class will raeut at the hnmc of Mrs. WeslcoU. Wednesday. S service. Thursday, 3 M. S. meets in the hall. Thursday, 8 practice. Christian Science Society, Hull SOfFEREI SEVEN YEARS" Was Eventually Cured by Lydia E. Piiikham's Vege- table Compound. PhlMelpMa, sufferel fbi MTCO long years with a lame back, irregularities and pain, i bad ona physician after an- other but they did me no good, I read about Lydia E. i'iakham'i Vege- table Compound and gaveita trisland la a short time I felt benefited nud am now feeling fine, and without wealc- neaaorpain. Uany of my friends havo also taken Lydi.i 13. Ve-gb- tablo Compound and been helpad by MAHCABBT NESS, IMS a HazzmrnSt. Philadelphin., Pa. Women who sailer from displace- ments, irregularities, inltntnmation, nlceration, backache, sldeache, hced- oclics or "tlio bluea" rest until they have given tiis famous root anil hern remedy, Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegotablo Compound, a trial. If complications exial, write Lydia E. PinVhninMedicmeCo., Lynn, Mass., for cpc-cial Euescstions. The of its long cxperienco is nt your service. For hands anr! faces in Win- ter weather. Keeps the skin soft and velvety. At All Dragfittt' EDMONTON. Jan. slides in tho snow drifts on the prairies and heavy snow falls In the north have succeeded In seriously dis- locating traffic over Ihc Hncs of two of the railway companies operating out of Edmonton and delaying trains on a third. Heavy fnow falls In Iho north over Saturday and Sunday with following licav.v drifts have practically hurled tho entire R and II. C. railway. As n result snow-plows arc about tho only rolling stock out at present. The train from the nnrEh is held np indef I atnrlcd to feel better after all theso years of misery. Now 1 esn cnt just anything tnal It pul hrrtore mo nnd never feel any bad effects In the least and gfis has quit forming entire- ly. I don't go Around ntiy more and the bad taste lias hit my mouili, In fact, 1 srn not (ronbicd in i any way -whatever. My alcnp is restful! members o! the chapler at Si.2 and when 1 gel up In tlie iiioniiiigs T each, am ready for big a day's work as any man. Tanl.ic has done so much The Indies' Choral Club, for mo lhat I could tnlk all day and under tho direction of Sirs. H. H. still not say enough good nbout Johnson, L.A. R., nro giving n concert Inlteiy. waiting for the tracks '.o be medicine.' Tanlac Is Bold In Lethbridge by .lohn IliSinboth.'im (c Co..; in Coal- hurat by Diamond Ktallonery on Tuesday evening, Jan. L'Tth. at S.3'', o'clock in Ihe Chriatiiin church. The program will consist of cliorusos, Irios, vocal nnd instrumental duets Snow slide.1) between Iloston JJar and Varicouvcr rompkitcly hurled the track many feet under a solid mass of Ice and snow. nurai. uy jrnti; irios, vtiri Ktoro, nnd In Warner by Mrs, N. Dcr-inml solos. A silver collection will bo taken, wlilcli, alter cipcnacs have In selecting a Jury (o Iry a hold-up man al Chicago, out of 40 jurors questioned paid (hoy couldn't give the young man n fsiir Irial because Ilioy bad been held up ond robbed and wcro projudiccu. LadiesLet Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and STIFF JOINTS E MUSCLES Up i'nder the PjnH.-at.ig Application Harotm's Ymara Oil in cases ol rheumatism and lame back it pcncIrntcs quickly, drives out soreness, and Ifitibcra still, aclnug joints and muscles. Whard Oil is an absolutely reli- able, antiseptic application (or'cuts, burns, bites, and .stings Sprains and bruises heal readily iU sooth- ing, penctr.itinf. qualities. Gf.l it (torn drugj'ists for 30 cents li not satisfied return the bottle and Bit Vouf money back. Evci constipated, or have sick hcarlacbe? lust try Wizard Liver Whips, little pink pills, 1Q (Sjuts. Guaranteed. THE STOCK-TAKING SALE CONTINUES EVERY DAY THIS WEEK LSO the great savings through- out our stock of Fu's and Outer Garments at ONE-THIRD LESS THAN REGULAR. This has been a wonderfully success- ful bargain event, but ihereis still gooi choosing left. And present prices in many are less than wholesale replacement values. Make a special effort to be here (his week and share in the good things going. CLARKE'S ANNUAL STOCK- TAKING SALE ;