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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHOAA', JANUARY T1IF I JmiRHlOOR' DAllut jfTBATtl PACK KLr MINE UNDER ANCIENT DERBY LAV around IB owned by tic Duchy of Corn- wall is thai of. the Prince ot Wales A" representative, H cus ona miner Is un sliclont mining peculiiir to UerbjEhlre >vhlcu enacts, last if the mine-oiiner rails to work Us mine another-jna) lake It oTtr, .Tho procedure Ij quits ilmnle, It consists merely of posting u notice on t Nw disused a, and a duplicate registered lha a T a'poiwd and he could uld Moot Hal! of WlrVsworlh work It subject -to: paying tbe ..owner the valuo of the.minerals obtained. The c'usUna Is -noU follow- ed now because-tho ea- tails Is sq-considerably In .-excels of what any soil would expect to gel. Nowadays Ihe biter ha; of- Unless! Iheirtijalered owner vrorii tho mine irlth'in three wwks Ihe mine is over to tho new clulmaat At present (here Is a" strike of ers at I he cillj to tbe lead mice Dales 'and 'naturally the mine strike leaders have In 1s idle, posted a Satire clfctaliK mires under tie j U theirs, aid Intend It aa. the jjlm lPhe country ten to bo satisfied wllh of the-total frorn- .land. fiuy a Bottle of Ltntment and Keep It" Handy for" IP I only some Sloan's Llni- often you've said that! And then when the rheu msitv -'.vingo hours of forgot It! Don't do It a bottle today-for pos- sible use lonisht! A sudden attack Answering fcn la ihf. To v. Sob nsm FiKii'L Vlllsre biackTmfth pi Pierce1 Nob wailaffrrcil ft ten h rn'Jowlng leller to tho editor of thq paper: I wonder If vjr i know th.it one of tbe rlcheat men In the world ,was fourteen milts north of Nortelk, rigli hero In I'ierce. Tiial man Is the I am Just a common "ijlui I'K lo mylabors each'-'hi'pl-nlng. cb; to; at-lip'.pi. greatest Qf.al! good health Rockefeller would elvo ail he no's In money or holdings, for my stomach, but he can't have it. loach day sees something accom pllrhc'd and' every'job'of work I Inrr out I feel that I have done my cnsto mer a service "worthy of my hire." I havo a most wonderful little wife mwy come scro unrclcs. stiff joints, neuralgia, the r.M srhes re-.u'tlns from wpos- sho has stuck lo me twenty-two year uro YouT soon rellevp it with so j knovv she mllst bo a Alld Ibf that penetrates without ID accomplish that. I havo a'littl home, a beautiful' little daughter, grown to maturity, and now life's game for hlmjelf. Rich! Wh rubbing. 3S years' leadership. Clnnu, oconoin- Ic-al. Thro? 70c, tl.U.' (Mn-'o in ans liniment MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organs; he can be as vigorous and healthy at 10 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions, your vital organs healthy COLD MEDAL OLD-TLME BIG LEAGUE STAR WHO WILL MANAGE TORONTO INTERNATIONALS, 'Recollections of the Old Survey Vanager Hugh ijorouto Basfbill I'res.dcul Ja's. J McCaffery, photographed on his srrivai 'In that city last week. .Political Dissolved CALGARY, Jan. was lo bo ftilfie pipe Band Slagcs Very expected following the U. P.p A. con- i, .1 S L venllon'a action Wednesday, the pro- i fcnjoyable vbclal political association of the Un- lied of Alberta has been dis- solved. At a "tho lallon held in 1'aget evening, .woods, and. in1 ;.yiarch :of Ih eJiisive: teai_: and jnallnr with pointer h la as-.hkppyUsMiwhin on, tiie-hiiu Eon taste. Then. (hi5 lo and ls ulght hail spread Its mantle over this solved W8t constituencies good old iinwerse, I settle down in a ho reqlleslcrt io good old easy cliatr enloy a smoke. ccntra, oftlce wui, respccVto'nHmat> nnd then roll into bed to lie embraceil Tho spirit'pk'.'a man's a man for a During cummer ot 1831. wt Kere locaMri runnlaj trail lines for Ike miuu lint of 100 Canadian Pacific along Lake and down the Vase Crwk to- wards l.ike Njplsslnc, A Mr. wis charge of the party, (hit glut- ton tor B. J. Ducbesnay was' Irintltffub, and Kmlle Tetu iuTeller. AV-thil time tb.re wu but one settler en Nosbunslng Ukc, Hid wfcat fishing 'there iaa ia.lt! Whlie'we were camped along lake 'we red to take us, to and 'from our work, when ws: irswiei 'with a band Hbe and 'comir.ou stioon. f I recollect 'while rowing to work one mprhlng, Uuchesna} trawled. I (at Suddenly there.rrasa the line. Uttering aa explaipation' Uuchescay becan hauling it but it was no easy mat- ter. :Tvraj'' evident he bad hooked u big oae. Fortunately, however.' the line vas a stout securely caught one and the fish After a brief and efore IU world old silence had been disturbed by the locomotive's wills- .le. Mooso. bear, lynx abounded. Never'a da; passed that we did nut see fresh tracks of thcni- and lynx we never What p.iil mals are more shy or wary? A mouse occasionally we did. One day. while running the-line along a side hill, in the open country, we saw sli masailiceni moose. But. of course, no rifle-was ever carried on the lino and tvc conic only watch them trot What strides they took, with wtrat ease they negotiated fallen 'Umber.! It waa About mid-summer, ff I re member rightly, of that year.. ISS1 somewhere alons The Vase. We lim gone out to work as usual. I ivas iiE.' however, one of Ihe cbalaraeu vts laid off. for sickness or some- i h'lng. and 1 .was'.told to fill hls: luce. As usual, that morning, Duchesnay, tot up .and'as usual Iho it A axemen' lolled pipes., of pave about, lighted final touch their with. whetstones to tlicir axes', while .they, waited lor In a few momenu' the Ir.-inFlt n-a-s in readiness and Du- turned to me. "Get a good stout four by ;foiiri Inch, four (cot "dry slake, like a hub- stake, blaze jt like a huh stake, mark 01 K with red keel. In big let-J ters. 'C.lMf. Stailoh 0.'' tfrota DOS- on this tine be known as The Canadian Pacific not Tho Canada Central." He turned (6 'the men. right, hoys, stick up picket and get lino now." Thus I had the distinction of j Inn and driving la the first slake marked, C.I'.H.. I thtnk ihero r. station now somewhere nboul tlicr'o, called'Calen-1, dar.- F. LI. convention lion -decides that it is expedient keeping with jj'e of the 'Scottish race, tho _ y wasiiieJld.' on the 23rd in- of the 25fh, the day on which Btinii was ns the 25th ot Jan- atter It had been blessed, by cutting 11 open amidst great cheers. H was vot- ed to he the finest haggis yet, vilh due compliments to its author, Mrs. James Mobdte. Toasts Toasls and music followed the ban- quet, and later Scottish reels, High- ters of common interest to 'ibe con- unry this year falls on a Sunday, and land schottisches nnd quadrilles. The world 'a standard remedy for ludney, liver, bladder and uric acid corrects disorders; atimulaica organs. All druggists, SQc. box. Look far UM Mine Is.raj If any one- enjoys life in he Is to be envied for his riches. Wllh kindest regards, 'EDWARD, J. MHVBRS. LOOK FOR MONARCHY tDpllcatlon it MENKEN'S COLD CKEAM rendtpi your and coTT.plejion loft ttnoolh In fpEte of thr vt wlnltr ther. MEXNEN'-S COLD CTEAS nlnrra] cream. H Is .lln. It will not I tow Ulr. Jan. is a grow- ing belief here that the coming Hun- garlnn elections will result in the es- tablishment of a monarchial govern- ment. For this reason, the "activity of nlMiiirchists in Austria isi'bohiR walch- eil closely nnd there have been rumors that a reactionary coup.would be at- tempted. nnd .had to ho warded off." "But, i? thank nddcd the mayor, "most IV of us are good Scotchmen." In reply- farmers'political movcmeit. This was the''proceedings opened, with the done lis on act of courtesy after J. }L guosts invited taking tlieir seats at Ford, tho manager of the paper. ha-l'lhe sumptuous baiuiuel provided, nf o., nanil staled that he wMi'd'hive Jirefe'rocl .Iho snyjog Scottish grace, lh y fe 'nda'r1 thai tho paper stand on feet.. "Some line meat that cuina eat, And It woulrl continue publication In nny: some, could eat that want it. But we j recital oJaorni event, he said. i' we can eat. Sae let the lhat the rcsnlnllnn n[ i onnnnnced 1 i U. F. A. where ho cs RED NEAR PETBOGRAD PARIS. Jan. Tied Cross worlterg have established, head- (luarlers within 22 miles ol Pctrograd an-.l arc preparing considerably to ex- tend the activities'of tliofr organiza- tion there. .The situation arisen in East Kiniafi'd la serious nnd necessi- eirresl nt nil declared Archie Mulr." ant nangis Scottish in BRITISH COTTON- MILLIONAIRES DAILY gathering, idence and lo Its proud position be- llardie, who presided ns con" chairman and loastmaster, in'a pro- cession headed by Pipe-Major Home jund thc'plpers in tlieir kilts, and to tho iskirl bagpipes, tho dish being held nlotl by Piper Cameron. Deposited be- fore his worship, the haggis was ad- One Hundred Md Fifty Mltrs -Have W. S. Scott in the words Changed Hands at Largt Price iot.tl10 To a by Bobbie Ihe last nlno months over one. hun'lrerl nnd fifty cotton mills In the Manchester area CALIFORNIA'S BEST FRUITS Enjoy the finest of the crop throughout Ihe Winter months. '.'Green I'lumc" Fruits arc clean, wholo- Eome and them to-day. Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Musatef Knlsins, Seciilcss Kaislns nntl 5-lb. cartons from your Grocer. tales Immediate relief mean'ros In Karo'.lM and Ir.Kunnrin1nnd, I wo sntall; vaine's. "NO! Indepcmlcnt Islnnds the ft ]1BS cver ,Rk6n. chorea ot Lake Ladoga. ,Thc of lry WUN The sbarc-buyinff mania has Eruwn rapidly, nnd most of the new fortunes have been acquired sighted mankgers. snlesm'en directors, who realized, that standing prices ot shares was below -wlint il would cos.l lo duiili- cale Iho These ftro purely local deals. And ouisidc'' the operations of the London finan- ciers, who look over tlorrockes. and whu aro now called- the "Cotton Mills Trust." Generally speaking. tne prices' UL LjUMj 1 l.i I'l supplies for Uils work will liu Vihorg and 'distribution in the Interior will bo made by means ot sled. Cleveland has a 'surplus of lions In Its 7.nn, and offers io seU'Datrolt Iwo for each. have chnngcd hsiids. nt prices far -jml tlie Hands Bound To Keep from Scratching A dostorj could n't rare Uili "He got WOIEC and Mrl.W. 1 1. Six in- of McOicFor, Maoi. 1H( race waicoTereJ. We (pent onmlrcanlone. In abent or Irata-enl with D. O. Die rff-rc licnlcd. His fact aod am now like vclret." If j-on hive trltd D. n. for ,kin JtieclrcAdwl fnrmt Itie lormentcrrrMmi, or the Imnl aliolllcntonce on (riiaMntce if II relieve you voiir Ie'undtd' tattle. Trj lOO, GIRL SUFS FOR'TlPi CLAIMS TAKEN BV TRUST Hr.nnnh St.icrs, for two years a check jtirl In restaur- ants here, In a suit filed In .the Snperr lor Court yesterday, ao'ushl lo cfr tain {22.425 from the "Chicago Tip- ping Trnai." she alleged sue receiv- ed Ihnl ntuounl In .tips in, two find was cpmpclled'tn, give It to tho "Iriist." Three- ben' were named fcmlants. "Theso men IIAVQ acquired (he checking conccsslnns In most holels and snfrl .Misft Stiers. "They pay girla ?D to ?15 a week nndcompel Ihom.lij drop.tips in n small iron bank, v.-hich is camouflaged with paper." Cuticura Soap Without Mug Calleort Scip Itl f arodti fcrMf rtrrniof ftAvz K. A REAL OPPORTUNITY Golfer mnjor is. r-crainly very; atrorig iv S (lately doniobjlbcd .mon, that's notliiiig'. 1 wl' 'Jni ae night .on lite. Arr.-ia road when ttio mule got loose an' put Its (cot through tho c-i.iO whiskey, He ivas wonder- i ASTHMA COLDS ccii SPASMODIC CROUP SHONCHITIS. CATARMI ifa and tfTectiva Irtatmcntavtiitl- Vcci tottl tmi. 7ha aircArryind the aitiwplk vapor, InliaUd asy, A jth kenl mod ence tooV: the stories, he dispelled Iho prevailing notion Dial the Scottish ns a nation arc devoid of humor. To re- spond to the toast of "The land we live (ell to Dr. II. B. C. Thomp- son, who remarked that he considered it was the.most important of them all. He created a great deal of laughter in his definition of optimism, In that it was the anticipation of a man that he could sell an article with profit to a Jew or a Scotchman. The toast of "The I-asses" was replied lo by Mr. G. Mnrnoch, who Jocularly referred lo the spirit of In Can ndn who was saving his "siller" tor bringing out from Scotland his "Dello in the song Mr. J. Ferguson had juvt sung. lie paid i high tribute lo "Ihe lasses" as denoted by Ihe women of Lellibridge In providing com forts for the men nt Hie front during Ihe war and later Ih their activities In regard lo Ihe relief of Iho families of farmers In the drouth-strlckei areas. Mr..F. W. Downer, tri respond ing lo "The Band" wns full of tho pride which In common with other citizens he had in tho Kiltie Band. Ho referred to the attention It had won on Its visit to Colorado Springs when Iho Dry Farming Congress was held llicro and he laid it down emphallcal ly that Iho Kllilo liand was the hanfl lliat made Lollibridge -famous. Pipe Major Horne replied briefly In appfe elation of what Mr. Downer had said ,and ft cheer and n tiger for tho bam followed.- The lust toast on the .Us was "The responded lo b: W. A. U. Cocci. Very well received songs were con ributen-hy Mr. J. Jnmlcson, Miss I CQIYBD, Mr. J. Ferguson, Mr. J. Ml ar, and Miss Washbrook. Mrs, Jns Horr.o ntlwl Ii05ic-j6 in a very ap way. The Company Tho following were the compan present, (n addition to those on th list: Miss Alberta Wnshbrook A. Rchl, Miss Pauline Mr: Milisir, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. Moodio, M. I. Slllinr, Miss A. Moodio, M. T. Horn Mi-aa M. Horn, Y. W. Jamieson, Robertson. Mrs. A. Shlpman, Mr, an Mrs. J. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Ja Horn. Mra. and Miss K, Cowan, M nml Mrs. Donald McNab, Mr. nnd Mr Duncan McNab. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. V. llownc-T, Mrs. Vr, D. L. Ha die, Mr. and Mrs. MncClregor, Miss f Washbrook, S. Scotl, Mrs. J. Oa tlfncr, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Saundera Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Brown, Mr. nn MTB. J. Haslon, Mr. and Mrs. D. Ilor: J. J. Cnmeron. Chatham Hoard of Kducallon wl ask Hint the School Act be amende to permit of compiihorysiirglcal Irea men1, to children when minor physic defects Intercfere wllh proper schoo lii'K. Give iffffiii A cup of OXO every day-will do t a world of good, trouble to make, just an OXO Cube and a cupful of hot water. THE LITTLE STRENGTH-BUILDERS. OXO Gubesare concentrated assimilated. They build up strength, and are a splendid safe- guard against rria'ny little ailments which give mothers anxiety. For onildrea, nn OXO' Cube In cupful ot liOS mnlf oreites a delicious Qnd most food. OXO fcnderi' milk oore easily dijcitcJ aad mare aouritbiaf. CUBES Prices, same as teforp'lne.war 10c., 25c.'i ONLY TtETS MARKED ASPIRIN Not "Aspirin at AH without the "Bayer Cross" package which rcclbna. Then yetting real gQ nufno ptrm prs for n Tor CoMs, Tain, PtilT- Ulifiimatiam, Pchlira, XciirHia, tthil for Hcnrhclic1, TfcMfi- flchf, Kr.rnctit1, (nko Aspirin market! ivilh the nnmQ "Uflyor or not InVing Acpirin at all, Accept only "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" in an unbroken "flayer" nlso sell larger Bayer' STitro Is only one lay Aaplrln Ij tho tratfo mark In Canndfl) or Bayer MannfatluM ttt ot SalfcyUcnciil. ft (j known thai Aiplrln mttnt Ilfcyer mnnurarlure, to publlo ftgalnit ImiUlloni, thtf Titled or to lUoipcd vrhu iwual t'rijn.1', scribud by. tccn years. Jfoit mado In Handy tin boxes conlrtinine 12 Ul- !els cost but ii few cents' ;