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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNBiDAY. JANUARY 1M1 THE TJETHTTRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE VXEVCN CAIMNTOGET 1 OF 1 WEEDS Taber Delegate to U. F. A. Pots forth Stroag Improve Grata Yield [By a SUfl Reporter.) EDMONTON, Jan. menace, especially at It applies to tile rights of way at railways.and Irrigation canals received the lion of the U.F.A. cooveutlon this af- ternoon, and a strong resolution pained asking the minlater o[ agri- culture to enact legislation that will 'put the weed act Into more string- ent and effe'etlve force.' T. S. Martin, uf made a strong appeal for the cooperation of the farmers to eradicate the weeds. Co-operation would clean up the weeds and add 10 bushels an acre to the1 average crop of the south. Mr. ThoB. Acheson, of tho C.P.H. announced that a wtKii train would 60 through the southern part of the province shortly In an effort to edu- cate the farmers to help them eradi- cate tho weeds. He also said that the railway company would and labor cheaper and more plentiful in future, and there would bo an improvement in future. LETHBHIDOI CHIEF MADE NO MISTAKE "Too have made no mistake, ChM: tnte to the man." These wen oi Warden Smith of the Penlten- when he went up to the provincial jail this afternoon with Chief Olllwile, to Identity and take of the man who oonfess- ed to having escaped from too penitentiary where was vn- danolnc a sentence of ten yean for ihMtlng wd kllllag ice Money to Help Needy Farmers WINNIPEG, Jan. Tribune foday carried the following from its Ottawa correspondent: "About will be advanced lif the banks at the instance of the government to seedy farmers of the west who lost their crops. This will enable thorn to buy seed grain. The loans are to be made only to home- steaders, actually. farming their land and will he on top security of notes. In the event of default the govern; ment will make good." WITHDRAW FOREIGN TROOPS URGED AS REMEDY TOYKO, Jan. best way to prevent a recurrence of Incidents like the shooting of Lieut. Langdon of the United States eruiser Albany, would he the joint withdrawal of the foreign troops and warships from Vladivostok, the Yumur Sblmbun, one of the lead- ing newspapers, declares in an article today on the Vladivostok happening. AUSTRIAN SUICIDED IN POLICE CELLS KENORA, Ont, Jan. Austrian, committed sui- i-ide by hanging himself in the town police cells yesterday morning. He. used a belt he had been plac- ing it around his neck and tying it over the entrance to his cell. He fell about two feet and died instantly, his neck being broken. Krause had been arrested for abusing his wife and was awaiting trial. Morrison Says U.F.O. Behind He Group Plan TORONTO, Jan. J. Morrison, secretary of the United Farmers of Ontario returned to Toronto this morning from Carlton Place, where he addressed a meeting of farmers last night. He stated that, there was noth- ing he could say in advance about the U.. F. O. eiecutive meeting which Is being held today. "It will likely not be finished before tomorrow and no statement will be Issued for publica- tion said Mr. Morrison. Asked if he had any reply to maka to the claim that his propnaed scheme of group government meant little short of. soriet rule, Mr. Morrison I said: "If what I proposed is soviet, then! all I can Is that tjig whole Ization is soviet, for I simply voiced the opinion of the organlutloo." "When you say 'organization' you mean the IT. F. O.T" replied Mr. Morrison. For Officers of the Ed- ilege of Members Aeeertinf to an amendment in the constitution of the Education- al Association made In It becomee tbe privilege of any member of the Association to send to tbe sec- retary-treasurer, C. E. Leppard, 14th St. N. W., Calgary, up to Feb- ruary 1st, nominations for the ponl- tlon o! president, tirst vice-president and second Ties President. Those nominations must bo signed by at least four members of the Associa- tion. The names of those nominated shall be primed on ballot papers and sent to all teachers and members in the province along with the announce- ment of the convention. The ballots are then to be marked and may bo sent to the secretary by mall with membership fee or brought to the con- vention and handed in when register- ing, but not later than 12 noon on tho second day of the convention. The result will be declared on the last day. This gives every member of the As- sociation, whether he attends the con- vention or not an opportunity to say who shall be the officers of tho as- sociation for the ensuing year. BUYS SEAT ON EXCHANGE TORONTO, Jan. well known Toronto bond house secured admission to the Toronto stock ex- change through the election to mem- bership yesterday of A. Monty Mac- Rae of the firm of R. C. Matthews and Co. Some months ago the flrm pur- chased a seat, the deal being com- plated yesterday through Mr. Mac-' Rae's election. Obituary Christine Bruce, who died In tbt Vu Haarlem private hos- pital OB JuiMT 15Ui, wan born In tlarkhui. Tork County, Out, where many of itlll reside. She had BUJT good and sincere! friends hi Uu Tnrloui places whore i uhe spent her life, St. Catharines, Toronto, St. Johns, N.B., Swan Lake, Manitoba, and LethbrliUe a little over mr with her brother and ulster In Commerce Her whole life was de-1 to dolnf food and In service for others. Untie and literature wore bar greatest recreations. Numerous sketches and ihort glories from her; hart published from time' to thne Her whole may be sum-! med up In the words, "She went about dolnf good." ASPIRIN' Only "Bayer" is Genuine Warning! Take no chances with substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tab- lets of Aspirin." Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tab- lets you are not getting Aspirin at all. In every Bayer package are di- rections for Colds. Headache, Neural- gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy I tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggist! also sell larger pock-1 ages. Made In Canada. Aspirin Is: the trade mark (registered in Can-! of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-, aceticacidester of Salicylicacid. CONDITION OF MR. SIFTON UNCHANGED OTTAWA, Jan. co- ditlon of Hon. A. L. Sifton, secretary of state, who is ill in his apartment here, is unchang- ed today. Sir Clifford Sifton, his brother, arrived yesterday from Toronto. Sir Henry Drayton is looking af-ter the affairs of the de- partment of state during Mr. Slfton's absence. HE NOW FEELS HAPPY AS A BOY Muller Ends Nine Years of Suffering and Gains 15 Pounds By Taking Tanlac. "When a man has suffered for nine years from rheumatism and other troubles, am then finds a medicine that gives him complete relief and builds him up fit teen pounds in weight besides, I think it's time for him to said Paul Muller, of 387 Thirtieth Ave., East, Vancouver, B.C. "Honestly, I feel all of twenty years younger since taking Tanlac. No- body can tell me anything about sut- ferfiijt, for I have experienced It in nearly every form you can think of. The rheumatism from my feet to my hips was so bad I could hardly walk, and often I just had to stay In bed. ''At night I was so nervous and racked with pain sleep seemed out of the question. I was nearly starving myself to death, for I had no appetite and my digestion was so bad that the little I ate seemed to do the more harm than good. I wan all the time taking medicine for con- stipation, was us weak as I could he and felt so bad all the time that life Heemed hardly worth living. "Well, sir, 1 feel happy like a boy now ut the way Tanlac has rid me of these trou bios. My appetite and di- Kestlon couldn't be better, 1 sleep like a healthy child and my rheumatism seems to Im gone completely, for I never feel H trace of It. My nervous- ness and all ray pains of every de- scription are things of the past now. Ttnlac has done so much for me I conld'talk about U all day and never A COMEDY BY A LOCAL CAST INCLUDING MRS. CONYBEARB. MR. ERIC 'iNGS, AND OTHERS OP LETHBBIDGB'S BEST TALENT ALSO Vaudeville, folk Dances NUMBERS BY THE CHILDREN) OF THE HAROLD HENDERSON CHAPTER, qHJLD- REN OF THE EMPIRE WILL BE PRESENTED IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE UNDER THE AUSPICES OP THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. In aid of the Patriotic and Essay work of the Chan- ter, and will be the last effort of the Chapter during the present financial year. THE GIRL GUIDES WILL SELL CANDY. A SPLENDID PROGRAM AND A GOOD CAUSE Those who attend will enjoy an excellent evening's entertainment and at the same time assist the worthy work of the I. 0. D. E. open at Entertainment at 8. Reserved teatg Unreserved 50c. Reserved tickets may be obtained from any member of the Chapter, or at Armstrong Haworth's. MACDONAL PRINCE of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO Wonderfully Attractive Prices In A Three-Day Week-end Sale for r, Friday and Saturday Special clearing lots and attractive leaders from every department in 'the store combine to make this week-end sale an event of outstanding importance to every woman in Lethbridge who would have her dol- lars bring her the biggest possible returns. THIS IS THE FINAL CLEAN-UP BEFORE IN- VENTORY AND OFFERS NEXT TO THE LAST OP- PORTUNITY WE WILL fcFFER THIS SEASON TO BUY MERCHANDISE AT SUCH HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY AT SUCH REMARKABLY LOW PRICES, FINAL CLEARANCE OF TRIMMED HATS Any Hat in the Store, worth to Some very pretty and attractive models still left to choose from. All exclusive patterns designed by lead- ing American and Parisian milliners. Just one of a kind. Wonderfully cheap at the price. THE BALANCE OF OUR YARD GOODS STOCK AT VERY LOW FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES (Se Velta Flannel, now on sale JA Me Sateen and Linings now on sale to at......................................JOC 11.76 Fancy Colored Linings now on ule at Plain and Fancy Dress Goods now an sale 11.25 Fancy Floral Cretonnes now on tale at Fancy Floral Cretonnes now on sale at.............................. of useful ends of goods and silks, curtain scrims and mar- cretonnes, linings, etc., etc., at frac- tional of original values. 94c THIS ONE-THIRD OFF SALEOF ALL SUITS and COATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES AND FURS of every description continues Thursday, Friday anl Saturday, and includes every garment without reserve in the various clasees of garments mentioned above. All DRESSES flJOA A A All DRESSES All DRESSES A q All SKIRTS CTI now.............JMOoOl All SKIRTS now....... All SUITS now.............. All SUITS now AH SUITS now............. All COATS now All COATS now............. All COATS now ALL OTHER ITEMS AT THE SAME RATE OF REDUCTION. ALL OTHER LINES AT THE SAME RATE OP REDUCTION. Regular Hudson Seal Stole, now ____________ Regular Hudson Seal Cape, now Regular Coon Set, now Regular Grey Squirrel Set, now _____ Regular Hudson Seal Dolman, now ANY OTHER FURS AT THe RATE OF REDUCTION. THREE SPECIAL LOTS OF FINEST SILK HOSE AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY Lot No. In.Nt.MLtt Lot No. 3-J2.75 Regular Value Heavy strong silk; all ladies' sizes; colors black, white, and taupe. Regular up to Regular Value, All colors and slues; specially good talue at the price. Finest pure silk; aJt colors; Including plain and ribbed tops, DOGSKIN AND CHAMOIS GLOVES TANS AND WHITES; ALL SIZES. White cape with Mack stitching; tan cape in the popular mannish effects; and white chamola with black stitching. All sizes Included. Very cheap for this three- day sale. 0. S. CASHMERE HOSE PENMAN'S BLACK AND WHITE Beautiful soft quality cashmere, abso- lutely leamless, extra large leg, and worth now 13.00. Special price for tht last of the lot (n this Thursday, Friday and Satur- day Sale. AH AH Petticoats All Kimonai All Middies All Sweaters AH etc. OFF OFF AH Underwear All Fancy Linens All CorMte All All Flannelette Wear All Silk Underwear CLARKE'S WEEK-END SALE ;