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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r'AGtC WN umteitiiXKi HK.KAI ti MONDAY, JANUARY Considerable Feed Arriving imd Station Yard Congested- Young Lady's Death (From Our Own Correspondent) WARNER, Alta., Jan. reg- ular meeting of the Women's InslUute was held the home of Mrs. S. J. Lillie on Jtnuary IBlb. Mrs. T. 3Cohan chosen constituency dele- sate to attend ;lr confsrecce'at Milk, JUveron January J2od. Several top- ics were discussed arnons them being that each one who could make some handy and useful article for a bazaar which would ie "nelu later in lho year when all articlts were complete. It also decided to start alphabetical- ly and have two members furnish some Interesting reading or entertain- nnd Miss Lillie favored the members with solos after lunch was served, enjoyed by all, af- ter which Ihe meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Morton in February. The funeral of Miss Olive Mason took piece here yesterday, from the Evangelical church at J.30. The fun- service was conducted by Ihe Rev. Dengis, who spDke feelingly of tho ioss tliK community as well as the j church and family had sustained. Sit i of her school mates wore present as i pall bearers, anJ her favorite hymn. as I was sung. Mr. and j Mrs. A. Mason, the parents, and Irwln, and Baby Mason were tho only i members of the family present, but the t church was filled with a congre- j gation of neighbors and friends, and i the floral tributes very beautiful i Miss Meson was nearly nineteen years j of age, and was born in Iowa, but hw i lived with her parents here for the 1 past ten years. L. Behnke, of Strome, was visiting with P. Fraedrtch for a few days on his way to California, where he will the remainder of the winter. M. J, Connor has been away for sev- j eral days, looking after his Interests I In the norlh. i At the rcgulur meeting: of trie village held fast week, C. R. Cobum ires elected Reeve. The council have completed the construction of a hitch- ing rack In front of the depot, which hag been much used already, especial- ly by farmers hauling hay. Hay and feed are coming in now In good shape. It has been found that the local yards are not large enough to accommodate the volume cf business, and fanners are urged to (From Our Owa Correspondent) SKIFF. Jan. and Mrs. 3. B. Orear. of the Kentucky Hunch, have just returned homo after spending several weeks in Frankfort, Kentucky, amongst their relations, t Mr. was In charge of the rauch while Mr. Orear was away. Miss Muriel Ilorgeu and Mr. O. A Borgen have been to Lelhbrldge for I the last few days on a business trip. I Mr. .T. Hennlnger and Mr. Harold Woods of Magrath have stopped over In Skiff. Mr. J. T. Ilennliiger has just closed a deal with Mr. Harold Woods (or 2500 sheep and although the has been a little- severe lately, the OFU.F.UEFI Next Convention Will Ite Held in Edmonton, is Ikcision CAL-UAKY. Sail. consid- eration was tslven to resolutions in the i-losine session ot tin' convention oi sheep are In the best of condition and Vnllwd Farmers f'- Alberta on >rl- Mr. Woodis well over his deal. ijny evening, and more than ICO rcs- MJ-. T. H. Xormaii. the well known i options wore left to the Judgment ol woll driller, has jiulled into Skiff on j executive. The convention his way to the Furnuin raui-h. Chiu egressions of Shanks to the var Coulee, where he Intends to drill for ious officials or others who contribut a UowinR well as soon us the weather erj (0 the convention. Thanks were Is suitable. Umirded-to Jl.'Greenfield, chairman; The dance which was to take place p. riakor. vice-president, and to tho luent at eacfi meeting. Sirs. Carrol i on the 23rd has been postponed to the board of the First Uapllst churi-h for 3111 h on account of the severe weather, i tne U5e 0[ He building. Mr. Under- FEMALE IMMIGUANl'S MUST HAVE PERMITS OTTAWA. Jan. Canadtaa order-ln-councll has been passed requiring; unattended female immigrants arriving fit Atlantic pwU to te lu i.'ossesslou ol sailing permits Issued by the; Canadian emigration superintendent at London. Ofllclals of the department of Immigration stat- ed that this order was one confirming u policy already In effect, and was not meant In nny way to embarrass Intend- ing female Immigrants but rather for their protection. For some titite past there have been conductresses on cer- They Must Use Whole Live Fortes to Save Russia Economically LONDON, Jtn. Moscow wire- less dispatch received acre rswrds BOLSHIES REACH CHINESE FRONTIER KEBUEW UNIVERSITY AT JERUSALEM, PLAN1 Jew of tho YORK, Jan. ish, scholars from all parts world including Dr. Albert Einstein, LONDON.- Jan. of- flclal statement Issued by tho Soj-let government at Moscow I physicist aud originator of .the theory says that tho Bolshevlkl peas- bearlns his name on light rays and ants' corps has reached lho I gravitation, will meet soou'to. Basel, Chlncie.frontier In .Ihe vicinity Switzerland, to prepare tho tpuudatiou of Kobdp, .ou the western bor- i-jof a Hebrew university In Jerusalem, der of Mongolia. tho Zionist Organization of America announced here today. Professor Pat TAKES FOOD AND MAIL QUEUEO, Jan. reach- lain ships who have wau-hed proceedings of the third all-Rus- icg hcre tho govern young women coming atone to Canada 'sian" congress" of national ecouonrtes and shielded them from many, of theism, 225 In attendance, annoyances usually encountered travelling, EPIDEMIC ON M. Bukharln, editor oi the Bol- shevikl organ Prftvda, In addressing the delegates sal j the congress must decide a question of enormous Im- portance, namely, utilization of the INDIAN VESSEL live forces In the economic life of Rus- .________ isia. He advised careful observance .of I.OXDOX Jaa. London cable! Jho Entente's attitude. The Entente, to the Montreal Gazelle pays a tragic story of an outbreak of disease was told on tho arrival at Plymouth ol the transport Melltia bringing from Indli officers with 800 men of various rcgi. meut :Jce-breakor Montcalm left Sourls, P.E.I., at 7 o'clock Ibis morn- ng for Magdalen Clauds with provi- lons and mail for Ihe inhabitants. She takes up the task of lho Canadian Sealer, till latter vessel being com- pelled to give up Ihe trip owing lo he. Ice conditions. Hut cheer up with Mre. N. Car the job li means a good old time for everybody neit Friday night. int? use VI .uv i wood chairman of the church board, meats besides -women and children, cl responded for the board. _ The _epidemic hroke out when the o. Over 5100 U. S. Citizens Took Own Lives Last Predominate NEW TORK newspaper editors appeared Immune from suicide In 1919, according to a. tabulated report of cases in tho United States isjued todiy by the Save-A-Llfe league. Of the profes- led the Itot with 43, of whom i2 were Judges, 36 vrctims were doctors, 28 teachers and 11 clergymen. The list Includes JO presHenU oj large business concerns and more than 50 prominent clubmen, millionaires and wealthy society women. Unhappy relations were responsible for about 350 tragedies. Including persons killed by self-murder. Men outnumbered women to but of the child suicides 32T were girls and 225 boys. "Since the signing of the armistice there has been constantly Increas- ing number of Bnlctnes' the report said. "From foreign coun- To Meet at Edmonton It was formally decided to hold the nost annual convention at Edmonton, nvilatlons to Mmonton were re- ceived In a telegram from Mayor Clarke, and In brief addresses by Sheppard nnd New. The convention adopted the reso- lution in favor of the government ntiklng It compulsory for railways to pay for livestock killed on the.rail- rosd right-of-way. T. S. Alchlson. C.P.tt. agricullural agent, appeared before the meeting and gave assur- ances that the Canadian Pacific Ilail- wav desired to co-operate In lessen- ing the danger lo livestock. He read a statement of the claims' agent from Friday's Issue of The Herald. Favor Increase In Hall Indemnity Resolutions were also adopted ask- ing for the completion ot the Cana- shlp Bombay and the Red Sea and between 100 and 150 men were stricken. In the Red Sea, Major-General Healey died. Four soldiers' and a sla, hoping there would be dissolution In Russia." Professor George Iximonosoff de clared: "When the frontiers are re- opened ire shall receive not only brotherly help from our.foreign com- rades, but the egotistical assistance of foreign will necessi- tate exceptional care In using what national wealth we still possess. We _ also died aneTtht "J" MP vessel camo .to anchor in Plymouth from ouUMe'_____________ Sound, and Colonel Douglas in command of the West Kent Regiment, died after a few days' illness. Ex-members of the United States forces resident In Canada, requiring medical atteulion due to .war service Frank Fitch, a prominent farmer may now receive it from the Depart of Oriel, dropped dead a teed stable Iment of Soldiers' Chrll Re-eslablish in Woddstock, after driving In to thejment, and reciprocal arrangements cnj. I are completed In the United States. I' rick GoJdcs, of the University of Inbhrgh, one of the foremost authom ties on towu planning, Is designing Ihe university as part of a scheme ot modernization he Is "carrying on In Jerusalem. REDUCTION IN BERLIN BREAD 'RATION COMING BERLIN', Jan. newspapers quote former Food' Secretary Uraun as saying that a reduction In thg bread. ration will probably be unavoidable. equalled 'There is as much difference be- tween Sunlight Soap and its Smllitors there is between sunlight Why? Absolute purity with taptrior deleting rul f foe yaw them in Sunlight LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. dian National rail mite gap between n Cermar.y, Russia, Syria and other xmntrles where the number has been ery large, the cause Is attributed to espair because of miserable living ondHlont brought about by the war." .unload their supplies' as rapidly as j tries reports show a serious condition. possible, ao that shipments now on the' road will not be.held up for lack of accommodation. If the- present cold Veather lasts, nil (he feed that Is on the way will be urgently needed, and quick unloading must bo the rule. 'Al. Millhaem left to look after his sheep in the north on Monday. 0. Berg has taken out a dray lic- ense and is DOIT soliciting business. Mrs. Oscar Wright of Florin is Ylfr iting with Mrs. G. Rutherford. Like a Tidal Wave Heart Disease and Sweep the Country 1 Probably at no period in the "world's -t history have heart and troubles been so prevalent as they are today. The hrart can't sUnd the stress and .strain of thus busy, bustling age and i fh-3 care and worry, the anilety and ctivity of biisinesB life constitute a serious drain on the nervous, system The business of this work-a-day wrofld goes with such a rush that th< stoutest hearts and strongest nerve: break down under thp On 4 he first approach of any break down of the fiyrtem Milburn'a Hear and Nerve Pills should be taken. Thi reconstructive power of these pills oi the heart and nerve system Is slmpl; marvellou. Mr. W. A. Wright, KOTewell Ave OtlaTVO, Out., suffer ing for epme time with my heart, consulted a number of doctors, bu got' no relief. Roirever, I read viha r the SO- Mentario, Sask., and nrumbeller, the work to be com- pleted this year; and in favor of an ncrease in protection under Ihe municipal hall insurance system rom SS to per acre. The original resnhitlon asked .the amount to be ncreascd to but was amended ollowing assurances given by H. A. Malcolm, of the Municipal Hail In- surance Eeari tbat the board W.IB Trilling to make -ihe amount an acre, but nM wish to Incur fur- ther liability. The convention tabled the reso- lution which favored tho establish- menl of a farmers' bank in the pro- vince. A resolution from the wo- men's section in favor .of insurance tax on unimproved lands for the relief of drought hardships was tabled on a close vote. Women's Resolutions Enflorsation was Riven to resolu- tions from lho women's section with regard to amending the iMwer Act; placing the gopher poison 'on vacant lands; the Institution of a registry system against promiscuous issuance of liquor prescriptions by physicians, and against druggists selling more liquor than permitted by lawv Other resolutions from the women's, sec- tion were left to tho executive. R. McNah. c, P. R. conductor, who was before Judge Win- er this week charged -with receiving secret commissions, was acquitted. O. Walker, of the C. P: R. legal depart- ment, condurted the prosecution, and A. A. McRllllvray defended. Detec- tives Ptaney and .Mitchell laid charge against McNah In July of last year, and he worked for 103 days be- fore the charge was brought against j him. A spirited defence-and an elo-1 quent plea was made on behalf of tho accused by the defending counsel, and Ico Winter, acquitted JIcNab, saying he would rather see flfty guilty men let off oue Innocent man'conrlernned. FRENCH DEPUTIES WANT INDEMNITY GREATLY INCREASED PARIS. Jan; of the depn- M ties finding it difficult lo meet their Mllbnrn's Heart and Nerve Pills had I expenses with the francs they receive as annual salary, are prepar- ing a bill to put before, the chamber which would raise, tholr pay to 25.000 or francs. They point out that sinrvj the be- for others, rrho had Uio same, symptoms and thought 1 would give them a trial. Believe me, sis boxes cured me completely. Tarn feeling flno noW, and can attend to my work every day. I can recommend your pills to onyonc suffering ns I did." Prico. BOc a box at all dealers or milled direct on receipt of price by The Tn Mllbum Co., Limited, Toronto, TVhile excessive thinneaj might bo attributed to various and ecbtle causes fll different it Is a well- known that the lack of thorous in.the human very largely responsible for this condition. It seems to be. well established thai this deficiency In phosphorous may now be met by the use of Bito-Phon phato, which can be- obtained from any good druggist In convenient tab- let form. Tn many instances trie assimilation of this phosphate by the nerve tissue- toon produces a welcome fiorve tension disappears, vigor and strength rerplaec -weakness and lack of energy and the wholfc body lows Its v.gly hollows and abrupt becoming enveloped in glow of per- fect health and beauty and the will and utrength to be up and doing. Bltro-Phwrfhato is unsurpassed tor 4he of ner vousnoss, general debility, etc., those taking It who do not desire to put on fieuli should use extra, care In avoid kc fat-produckxg His Palaces and' Works of Paying Him For Them BERLIN, Jan. (By Associalcd measure providing for a ecltlemenl between Prussia and the Hohcnzollenis with regard to the for- mer' royal family's movablo and im- moval holdings shortly will lie con- sidered by tho diet. The draft of the measure, which was worked mil by n special sioll, monetary payment for the retention of several c.isties and palaces with Ihe right lo disuose of Ihft property without restrictions As former Emperor William's attor- ney wns freoly consulted ut the.time the holdings wore Inventoried, it i: believed llohenzollcrns will ac cept settlement if the diet approves ginning of tho wir salaries of nil gov- Hie nipabiire. Some of (tie former cm but lie will be given eminent employees have perries art are lafcen, doubled, the deputies and senators alone still receiving pay on a pre- war basis. Cabinet ministers at present receive sixty thousand francs yearly, Ihe prem- ier seventy thousand franco nni- the presidents-of the senate nnd chamber seventy-two thousand francs. i 1 POLICE INSPECTOR IS CAUSE Oh' HOSTILE DEMONSTRATION, (JOB. THE GREATEST SCREEN EVENT IN HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ALTA. .inti. 'THE PICTURE THAT WILL TAKE SOUTHERN ALBERTA BX STORM READ WHAT ONE OF THE FOREMOST MEN IN THE MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY SAYS OF HUSBANDS" [am CarlLacmmlc IVesicknt of the Universal Elm Company T HAVE been for many years a producer "of moving pictures. I produced the first big 'picture ever made in this country and have made 'many pf th'e most successful means the most artistic. During this time, I'have seen the'! art of- the photodraina improve Avith ahuost every production, due to the increasing experience and genius of the talented people of the Universal 'organization'. I wish to say, however, that in ul! I this time I have, not known a more enthralling than the one armonncetllierewilh. BLIND LVD QTJEDKC, Jan. Dominion J'ollce Inspector J. H. Herman, formerly In tho iloadaciics nffett nil nnd liotli acxes alike, lint in all cases tlic treat- ment stioulil lie 'directed to Ihe causr... for with the causn removed vanish for all time. cliftTgo ol Ktvlere (lu who was t What Is necessary for n permanen p.rrefitcd In Maiden, Masi., last week on the chnrge- of embezzling a sum ot about taken to Riviere da Loup on Friday but an a result of a hostile demonstration about the stat- ion on arrival, It was decided to bring the prisoner to Quebec for ante keeping. Herman is charged with collecting fines from military defaulters and falling to turn Ihem over to the court. The amounts are aaitl to ctceed JG.OOO. When the alleged fraud was discovered and It wan found that Herman had dis- appeared a wave of Indignation swe-pl through Riviere du Ixmp and the sur- rounding districts with the results that an angry crowd of people at Rlviero du Loup met lho Friday even- ing't train and hooted Ilorman as h? was bsinp taken from tho train. There was another demonstration about Ihe station when Herman boarded the train on Saturday night, run.1 Is something tiiat will go right, to the seat of trouble. Kor Itm I it is impossible to find a better rcmeily for hc-aOaches of all, description than flurdock Blood Hit- ters, acting as It docs on every organ of the body to slrengthf-n, purify'and regulate the whole system. Mrs. Flora Hall. Dominion, N. have been troubled with sick headaches for lho last ton years. I had losl faith in all remedies until rsccnlly a friend of mine advised me to to' Burdock Dlood hitters, This I did, and found relief in a very short llmo. I would now recommend B. li io anyone Is suffering RS I did. I only took 3 botllcp, and am never troubled with sick headaches any more-" II. B. n. has been on the market for over '10 years. Manufactured only bv The. T. Mlltmrn Co.. Limited, Toronto. vert Isc-moni. is the story (it a neglected wife whom an unscrupulous man endeavors to separate from her husband. A simple plot', no doubt, yet once-you see whither it is leading 'you would not taltc your eyes from the screen for anything in the the artistry of its ttlling, the gripping realism of the situations, the flawless acting and the superb staging of "BLIND. HUSBANDS" are the most remarkable that, you have ever seen in pictures. I personally guarantee that "BLIND HUSBANDS" will give you the most tremendous! hour you have ever known in photodrama entertainment, Sec it without fail. Stroheims IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ITS ENGAGEMENT AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE On WED., THURS., FR1. (This Jan 28, 29, 30 of the tremendoui photodramatlc spectacle "BUND HUSBANDS" Tho samo Identical production will bo shown In the following towns on the daies'mentionert: M1LKJR1VER................Monday, Feb. 2nd WARNER Tuesday, Feb. 3rd RAYMOND...............Wednesday, Feb. 4th MAGRATH.................Thunday, Feb. 5th CARDSTON.......Friday and Saturday, Feb 6-7th THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE ARE WAITING TO SEE "BLIND HUS- BANDS." YOUR CHANCE TO SEE IT IS ALMOST HERE. Whatever you miss It. It's the picture of the century. Most Enthralling Picture Drana that the Art ks ever rWuced UNIVERSAL-JEWEL PRODUCTION DE LUXt SUPERB ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT BY SPECIALLY AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA x- Matinee Daily at 2.30 Twice Nightly: 7.00 and 9.00 50c Children 25c ;