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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ETfiirr THE ummninnK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY; JANUARY The big bonspiet got uaJcr way at J o'clock today with an entry of 26 rinks, flClccn o( whom are visitors. A surprise, and a one, came when Slavely phoned in a rink entry. Tho draws (or today arc as follows: BACKACHE Palm la side? tTcbi, hcidachrj. jwCkHta jo-ntj, point to Trouble. Ouick iare t 4YQiflcd, by Ukiog H a-roWcd, b_v UkLOg I GinPtils KIDNIY5 trhicb brought relief Get w.ity '-icfci'. you not satisSed. Free K 1 O'clock Hamilton vs Hoyd; Mhg, Alrd vs Map. Clark vs Simpson; Mac. Kirkhain vs Parks; Muc. 4 O'clock vs Young; Mac. Chalmers vs Peat; T. 7 O'clock Hamilton vs Clark; T. W. Klrfchirn vs McKeuzle; G. C. Carberry vs Youcs; T. YY. SioipEon vs Uoyd; Walker. 10 O'clock Snydei vs Shepherd; W. Parks vs Mc.N'sbb; W. Carberry vs McKenzie; W. Clark Alrd: V. for Competitions The draira for the five competlt' iocs: Macleod Trophy McKenzio Cameron Parks Muffatt ('hatmerft Keiver Taber 2 llcrobmer McKen-io l.lpharit Mi-.Vabb CrumbJey 1 p.m. Simpson 4 p.m. Snyder YOUDS Keiver Shepherd Women of Canada Testify am more .than pleased vith Dr. Piercc's Favorite I'rrjrription. I ivas run-down and so nervous that, I could not even stay in the houwa alone in the day-liine aud tried every kind of medicma 1 heard of but got co result, ODU of ray friends advised mo to tako Favorif c Prescrip- said that it' would cure me, aod it did. 'After takica v fciir bolUw I felt liVe a TTOioan and it :a the very iDedicine for a womanhriagiiigup a family. I Trill rccom-- mend 'Favorite PrcsfripLion''to any BufierinB like I JOSEl'U BEAUDRY.R.H.2. i WEAK AND NERVOUS TQUoriburg. found Dr. Prescription an eicelteot for ths ailments of wctnen. I had become. very TTcak and nervous. I tras just rrlien I begaa taking tho 'Favorite Prescription1 and it proved most beneficiel. Iteqcompletely restored rn-5 to health that I have never return of this ailment. I do advise UiouscoE bv women who suffer with womanlv GEO. WALKEH, Box 490. Dr. Pfcrec's Favorite Prefcripu'on is rnadc of lady's ;Ifppcr black root, imiconi root, blue cohosh root and Oregon grope rootl Dr. Pierce knew, whcu lie firjt made this standard meaiono, that morphino were injurious, and ho has kept them out. of hia remedies. who take standard remedy know thnt in Dr. Picrco'i J'sroritc Prescription they ere getting a woman's tonic so good that ii. in liauici or tablet form. Taber 2 Peat Chalmers Moffatt 1 p.m. Hamilton Boy d Kaslner Clork Peat Young -Simpson Savder Franklin ICtrkham Magrath Trophy-. Carterry Cameron 1 p.m. Atrri Shepherd KEEP IT SWEET your, stomach sweet today and ward off Ihe indi- gestion of KI-MDIDS the new aid to digestion. As pleasant and as safe to take as candy, MADE IT BCOTT IOWNK Of SCOTTS EMULSION Tritei-Wood Moffatt Shepherd 'fa'jcr 2 .MarDonaW l.lphardt Atrd Crumley Hnyder 4 p.m. Chalmers Of Warner Consolidated School Until Appointment Board Elects Chairman iVrrirn Our Own WARXBR. Jan. fi.-st meet ing of tho new- board of the consoll dated school was held on Saturday afioruoon. a full board bein? iti nl'.euu' ance. Mr. S. J. Mlilhaem via electeii i chairman, the' appointment of a sec- beltjg laid over, until a joint meeting with the Tillage coun- cil can ho held. Herchmer McKenzie McN'abb Franltliri 4 p.m. Carberry Young Parks Keiver McBurnej- Klrkham Walker Trophy Franklin Moffatt Chalmers McBurney 4 p.m. Clark Aird 4 p.m. Liphardt Keiver 10 p.m. Parks MoXabb Kailner Slmpaon 7 p.m. Hamilton Clark Boyd Cameron STRIKE RIOTER GETS OSE YEAR WINNIPEG, Jin. dlan the astlies opened today the roll call of the juryjntn had taken place, Karl Duite, convicted of rioting and unlawful Assembly during the early day> of the ttrlkt, wa> ten tenced to one year's Imprison- ment In the provincial Jail, to date from the day ef the verdict. TAKE RUSSELL (Continued front From Face) 10 p.m. Snyder Shepherd 10 p.m. Carberrj" McKenzie Hcrchmer Cameron Hamilton Taber 2 7 p-tri. Simpson Boyd Kaslner Young .MacDonaid Crumbier. Peat Klrkhara Kirstner Peat Grand Challenge Owing to the inability of tho boifd to securs tbe- services of a principal immcJiilely, the Rev. .1. Densjs was requested to substitute for a Bliorl lime, which ha consented to do. It Is said tlie board ars endeavor-j ing securo a returned man prin- cipal. It Is also reported that one olK the elected trustees failed to quality: that the board in consequence will order a new election in the directed district. School today nfter Christmas holiday, the only change. In the staff being in the principal's room. A masquerade was given in the Athletic Hall on Friday nisht, the at; tendance being very large, in splto of tbo weather. Daucing was hept up till a late hour, many very lino cos- tumes being worn. The prize winners Dcst dressed lady, Mrs. Fraed- rich; heal dressed gent. S. Uoyle; best dressed couple. Miss Lilly and Mr. W. II. comic, X. Vt'oolanl. The Gordon Jazz Orchestra furnished the music. Tlio news reached town yesterday afternoon of tbe death of Miss Olive Mason, eldest daughter of Mi1, ftiid Mrs. A. Mason. Miss Mafon was only about IS years old, but had been-un- well for some time. Her mother took hor to Rochester last week for .treat- ment, but only got as far as St. Paul, where Miss Mason passed away. No particulars have been received. Imt it is expected that tne funeral will late place here on Wednesday. Miss Masou took an r.ctive part in Sunday school work and had a -wide circle 'of friends among her schooi churns. The sympathy of the whole community goes out to her sorrowing parents in their loss. The following weailter report vouched for by a local-meteorologist: a.m., zero, north wind and SHOW, 11 a.m., zero, east wind at) snow, 13 noon, south wind, snow, 1 p.m., north wind, snow; S p.m., wind snow, zero; S.30. 34 above, west wind a.m., 38 above, west wind, blowing strong, water all ove prairie; vrind, zero Enow, prairie covered in ice; late, vio lent blizzard. The, violent blizzard ap pears to have wit age, as at this writing" it is still in ev! inoro finow tha: Tauter, Fine fo going to hav Tho farmers are hop ing that insteadvof fifty cars of tee coming in he.ru in 15 days thero will be at least fifty a week ior tho next week or two. Privr Council To Be Appealed To On Bthalf of Winnipeg Striker McXabb Mcnurne Carberry 7 p.m. Klrkbam .McKcnzic Chalmers Boyd dence, aiul there nt any timo thJJ crops, but the tough time. WINNIPEG, Jfn. dian sata of P.. B. Rutscll, convicted itrlke lender, whose appeal for a rtcerve ecse wai denied by the Manitobj court of- Bpptnl, ,be taken to the pdvy council to- determine the of In Canada and Incidentally to deter- the guilt'of accord- ing to formal announcement by J'.'Law, secretary of the Labor De- fense League, this afternoon. Against Seven Others WIN'N'IPEG, Jan. Cana- Ian notions ivcre mi- lounccd (j'hoii Ilia secoiiJ sftsstoii at ue assizes opened at 'noon today to ry..tho fevon remaining slriko Icad- rs chargeil wlOi Eeditious conspiracy Jefcusc Counsel W. Holland staled tiat owing to the wide publicity given o Ihe R. B. HusseU trial and argu nents in the court of appeal, it would bo ininoiElble to get an uniirejudlccd 'ury and It ivae desired tt> have tbe raso stood over for a considerable por- od. Mr. Metcalfe said-notice should havo been given before 250 had been .called from their tomes, anil that unless reports in newspapers were shown to bo inaccur- ate, tlicre could ho nothing In thfs motion. The second motion, present- ed by E. J. McMurray, defense couu- sel, provides (or Ihe challenging ot the whole array of 250 jurymen. TLis will-bo argued late this afternoon. With one exception the new defense counsel arc entirely different from that which defended R. 13. Russell. Ii. Bonuar, K.C., is assisted by W. Hol- .and and K. J. McMurray. Visitor From Idaho OALOAKY, .'an. R. C. Marshall, welcoming the U.FVA. dele- gates, urged cooperation between farmers city especially noV that tha farmers' movement was mak- ing its presence fell all over tbe Do- miniou. There were 1.300 delegates at the opening cession, the First Baptist church beins entirely inadequate lo hold them. A. A. Elmore. president of the ngton and Idaho State Farmers' Union, pleaded (or unanimity of of- url between the farmers of the Unit' ed S'ates and Canada.. Farmers last grest '-'lass to organize; they were iho Btaoillzers ot oTOrnments. The farmer was Biggest man in the world, acting to- gether; acting alone, lie was the [realest joke. Farm problems were uecoining International and solution could ouly coins through cooperation. Lieutenant-Governor Brett and Pre- mier Stewart brousht greetings. The former paid tho most vital problems betoro farmers today- affected the whole of tho state. Trc-mier Stewart said ho personally could niiswcr any question on his political record. It. had been said he had. loo.loux in politics, hut that criticism has been overdone. Kvery gbvern'menf'had its "scanipp." "You will decide (jour, poiitltat- course and I RTU curious .to- seq you he said.. "But before iteavor to replace in any d CougW OaUj Metui pro you f rastlc.way older Institutions, be dead' surf liavo n better ono to ho concluded.-- v Directors' reports opening session. .concluded th? LATE DUttCf 01 UOCt tiflIK Don't until puns becorae incurable dneura. Avoid punful by COLD MEDAL 1 tnd nric add ICitianil Remedy of HoUtnd llmx IMS. Gumntted. All dracpra, SOc. box. BANKING SERVICE VOUR banking vequirfemenls may be entrusted Bank will) every confidence that careful.and efficient ser- vice will be rendered. Our facilities arc entirely at your disposal. 6oa THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDCE BRANCH, R. T, liryirmcr, Manager, The Alliance You go to your lawyer for legal advice; to tho doctor for medical advice; why not to The Merchants Bank for financial advice I ]f you want a loan to buy cattle, hoga or you want information as to how to invest those who make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to eive you sound and impartial advice. Young Crambloy llorchmer franklin Clark Keiver 3 Simpson Hamilton Parks MacPonalS .Moffatt Shepherd Alrd Cameron German Representative at Paris Say it is Contrary to Law and PrecedenWW.prld Wants Peace PARIS, Jan. that the efforts of the allies to get former Emperor William out of Holland would prove successful was expressed today by llarcni Kurt von Lersner, Germany's chief rcpresenlativo here. "I am ab- solulely sure the Dutch jrove-mm-int will never surrender the former Gor- man emperor for (rial on charges liiat are not provided for In any constitu- tion, any laws or any treaties regard- ing ho said. AVith regard to the expected demand for tho extradition ot German sub- Jects for (rial for acts committed rtur- 4UCTION SALE Thursday Next, Jan. 22nd ON 1270 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK ii -fivc'reii from the owrer to by Auction, HOUSEHOLD And effecls including: HiKh grafio DININ'G SUITH In fumed oak, com- prishig'riplendid extension table and-set of full leather snaled Uining'chairs; HAffDSO.MH 3-P1ECH DBN SETT, comprlslnR pah o[ very liearv chairs nnd settee, all upholatefed In solid leather rtml all.solid oak; turned; very massive FUME'J OAK SEN fitted-'witli desk very fine [luted fumed oak pedestals; SEAMLESS AXM1NSTEH CAiXI'BT, 3il2, ill shades ot green; flno Wilton Huff, 9x12, in splendid condition; two chiftonieres, ono with oval mirror, ono plain; Sanitary, lounge and mattress; WAHDItOBE -IN'GOLDEN OAK Villi'large bBTcllen mirror door; Winnipeg concli with-matlress; two gross chairs; two screens; largo refrigerat- or- mantel pictures, books; about 3 dozen home preserved frnlis. pickles, etc.; CABINEJT SBWINQ MACHINB; STEVVA.RT .fittnil gag and hot water front; child's sleigh, WAgon; clfila's set, two clmlfs and table; lirass Jardiniere; garden hose, garden tools; kitchen table; kitchen chairs; wash'tubs and I'nariy other smaller Home. And' FORD TRUCK, 1.916 'In good running snipe (foiir new'tires recently complete with tools and accessories. TRUCK'-TO'bE.'SOLD AT 1.58 GOODS ON VIEW WEDNESDAY EVENING, 7 TILL 9 TERMS CASH :'PKONES 770-449 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" The Saskatchewan Government Fights Shy of the Proposi- tion of Social Sen-ice Council IIEGINA, Ensk., Jan. She government la framing the new tern- penmrc legislation along the lines ang-. ing the war, tbe German plenipoten- gested by the special-committee from llary declared himself certain that the social service council, it is lighting public sentiment "in every country" "shy" of one regulation, the actmil was against such a demand, buying and selling of Intoxicants. The "H la contrary to any law or prfice- ho said. "The feeling ot tho world is in favor of peace, and that Feeling for revenge has given way. I hopo strongly that the allied states- man will find a solution of this ques- tion, that will leave the world in trau- qnilily." STEAMER CARRYING BOOZE IS OWNED BY NEGROES NT3W YOnK, Jan. freight. ?r Yarmouth, disabled Capo May, X.J., during a storm, was being low- ril into JJelawaro breakwater lo'lny by (ho coastguard cutter Itasca, ac- cording lo wireless reports. Tim craft left this port yesterday for Havana with a cargo of lirjuor valued at {2.- Of Dritish rog.stcr, she (lies the colors of the Stnr Line Steamship cwnaratlun. (he first com- pany of :he kltul owned entirely by nc-grocs. committee asked tho government to handle the central depot from which tho dmegista were to receive their supply. 1 The governrat-nt. it is heit- latcd to accent this sugBestlon at the present stage and favors giving the control of ths central depot to a re- liable wholesale firm which as tar us the sale of linuor ii concerned within boundaries of Saskatchewan, would bo more or leas under govern- ment control. Tills Is a poiut to bo cleared up before the bill is bru-oglit down In the House on Thursday. The privilege o! selling liquor for medicinal purposes only by druggists is to be made cor.iltlonal on the drug- Kiat oM.ifnlng all his stock of liquor from the depot and the slock to bo limited. ARGENTINE GRAIN AREAS OTTAWA, Jan. lo a oable received by (he department of trade and commerce from tho Cana- dian trade commissioner at Uucnos Avros, tho areas in the Argentine sown to wheat, llax and oalg for the] season of 1019-20, am as follows Wheat acres flax acres oats Tho figures bracketed nro thoso ot tho season ol Farm For Rent THREE QUARTER SECTIONS GOOD LAND NEAR DIAMOND CITY TO RENT FOR TWO YEARS Crop Rental Bails, First Class Proposition. For terms ind condltloni Apply M. S. McArthur 'ALBERTA BLOCK' PHONE NEW FRENCH TAXATION PAULS, Jan. provisions of t.h'j nnw taxation bill, Eubmitteil to the Chamhpr of Mrputies rocentlj- i Louis minister of fiunnCG in .tho milgolnf; cabinet, were ptitillsbeiT bill which la In no way lilmling on Iho giivornmenl, I t includes a rnn-.ih.mentary tax lo the, vv.ir I'ronts Uix. u (ax on increascfl atxjulrod during the war, even by the inosit I'-tjiMmnte incruis and IKXCS on the imporlntloiL of refined oils. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Monlroal, OF CANADA I.ETHBR1DGE BRANCH, Established 1864. R. 3. DINNING, Manager. Nobltfoid. 'FLU AND SLEEPING SICKNESS DKit.VU, Jan, Id.-Spanish Influenza and sickness IJRVO been re- ported from several localities in Switzerland. Numerous deaths from Inlhienzft an! said to liave occurred in Ibe Vorarlbcrg region three: liundroil rases