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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta F.IfiHT rim DAILY UIKKCT POLITICAL ACTION THE ARK WIU.'KNOW WHEN IT IS APPROACHING LAND CIVEX ANOTHEU SETBACK' CALGARY, Jan. (Canadian political action given another set-back by United Farmers of Alberta thli afternoon. After a kesn fight the declined to reopen the of Hie niiin executive 13 have control o! propaganda rsthfr than Hie CXCQU- i THURSDAY, JANUARY Changing of Plans About Send- ing Battalions to Plebiscite it Mean? is no: Ilrilish Thv IKiily Herald ascribes the move to th.- "Hritisu war parly's itatrnuim- tioii i Involve the country iti new military fiwiinltmcnts.'' 1ONTJOX, Jan. newBpajjors give great promircnce the- cancellation of ihe British troops Into the plebiscite ar in Silesia, Prussia nr.d Schksi Eleven hattallons and a brigade of Artillery ware scheduled for this city, hut It was officially announced yes- terday without a reason neing given 'hat it was found necessary 10 nodlfr' the arrangement. Vnrtcr the new Representative Meeting British plan only one will KO to I SchleswJg, another TO rhjnrfj. and an- f other to Allcnsiein. Speculation is ot HAL1PAX. Jan, transport j course, is purely r. makeshift arrange- Northern Pacific which IE aecoinpanv- ment, designed to giro the public ing ,hc Laav Laurler and tho disabled more complete information as lo world transport Powhalan to Halifax, report- CEASE WHIPPING WOMEN AT STOCKADE ATLANTA, ping of women at ttie city ordered entirely by tht prlton committee .of the Atlanta city council after hearing of chargec brought by the Atlanta Humane Society that men stripped to a con- trivance a chair and1 flogged. DODD'S KIDNEY I, PILLS FRANK A MUNSEY Proprietor 'ot the New York Sun. who has bought the James (lordou Hcmieit ueivspapsi-s. the New York Herald.-the.Xew York T'Slegrnhi, and the Parts edition of tho Hcratd. BIG Y.M.C.A. GATHERING THIS WEEK OitONTO t-ETHBHIDQE IS REPRESENTED IMPORTANT MATTERS COME UP FOR CONSIDERATION When the third nial convention tit the Young bien- BETTER DEAD Christian Associations ot Canada met T truT in Toronto tbe western ctlv- rlfe J burden when tlMjjodr islon of the Xatlonii Council, Includ- with pain. Everything ing Alberta and British Columbia worries and the victim becomes were well Tho annual despondent and downhearted. condensed bulletin service. WINNIPEG. Jau. Canadian all motions to chal- lenge the ar.-ay of tbe jury panel would have lo le mode totlay. was tho ruling delivered by Mr. Justice 1 Melcslfo. after a prolonged argument) at the trial ot the seven strike loaders' in Hie asslzo court this morning. Aldennan John Queen, one of the. accused, w-io Is defending made a motion objecting as to tho fit- ness of tho crown counsel lo rcpre-' sent the people in the present case on the ground that they wers prejudiced present Oli wireless at S o'clock this after- made to lake off the Powhatnn's pass- engers. Barly In the day CapL Han- dall of the Fowhatan, had advised that meeting of the National Council and the semi-annual meeting of the Nat- j loual Council staff will take place dur- j Ing thio week nlso, making a most not-' able gathering of Canadian Y. M. C. A. laymen nnd employed officers. Among the laymen in attendance from tho west are Dr. Haynor nnd H. I Jlaybew of Victoria, M. DesTlrisiy and A. G. Harvey of Vancouver, J. S, L-.ons ot Ilevelstokc, W. J. Nelson ol LclJihritige, W: O. Hunt and .1. H., Manna of Calgary, H. II. Hull nud A. bring back the sunshine COLD MEDAL L. .Marks of Edmonton. and biased and that their past actions ST. JOHN, N. B, Jan. (By Csn- adlan The first seizure oMIq-l uor by United States officials on the i owing to the fact that conditions aboard tho ship were unchanged, no j attempt would be made to transfer the paEscnfiers unless "everylhtnj? was f, absolutely favorable." At noon the' secretaries of local associations position of the Powhatnn and her es- lending arc: Stanley Brent of Calgury, cort was 200 miles southeast of Hall- )vi11 Edmonton, n. F. Man- fai. The Northern Pacific advised I Ihst the tow was inaking plow pro- Tho general at- The national remedy of HoIUnd for 200 ycnia; it i} an enemy of all pains Bulling from kidney, liver find uric txoublcs. All 50c. a box. Uok for Iti. cent CM UM fm titrf bei uwi accept clearly InJicnted this. His main ar-iMatae border aince that countiy went pimont was bajed on the fact made at Madawasfca, an the the four leadins crown counsel Jonn Edmunelon.. beon prominently active In tie atfairs Ernest Ayotte of.Slaiiawasha, was of the Committee of served1 driving Busplclous looking! W. A. Pritchard. another one of! wagon nnd when n customs inspector j the accused, who is defending ulnl Girls! Yourliair needs a little nil I When U becomes lifeless, thin or ioscs ils luslrc; when ugly cUndrufl appears, or your hair falls onl, a 35-ccnt bottle of delightful dependable "Danderinc" from nny save- yoir hair also toifcte ii's You can have nice, (hick hair loo ;