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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfJF, TCN TFTWRmrw VTffJULD THURMHTr. JANUAnY 27. 1921 Claresholm Sckcol Enjoying Most Prosperous Year Majority of Second Year Stud- ents Go To University (By a Stuff Reporter.) CLARESHOLM, .lau. :iu enrolment of tho I'hivsholra School of Agricutluro is enjoying most prosperous year in its history. Tho enrolment ie dirfdei! as first year boys, 35; second year boya. 31; flrgt year girls, 18: second year girls, o. This If the greatest num- ber of second yoar boys yet Many of the plan to go on te the UnlvoriUy of Alberts. A. C. Notw Baturday night H. O. Hasiou. a locrj barrister, delivered an instruc- tive to thy stmisatw cm "Kug- litii LAW and Legal Pap ate." The teputmant of africvHure has juit put a splendid Hereford huli on the school firm. He ts of tho fam- ous Repeater line ami bomlit off Frank CoUicutt, Willow Spriotf ranch. Crossfleld. Thd Claresholm A. C. has a live T.M.C.A. Meetings are held 6unday afternoon. Last Sunday O. McCorkie, B.8.A.. of the school staff, jspoke on "Community Leadership." Monday night G. A. Richardson, of. the .English department, gave a splen- did illustrated lecture on XMckans and the Tale o] The alidai were furnished by the ex- tension departtneut of AJVwta Uai- Tersity. Back member of the staff deliver a similar before tho of achool In the spring. The college will school fair lent. .McCorkir, RP.A.; pros'ik'iit, K. Tester; virn-.triviiLliMU. M. Wallace; jx'i'iVMMitulut's, p. Kolk, V. P. Smith, Miuf V. :iiitl Mist) M. Swuvta, I Literary luta elected j and u purl lament. ;md HUM sure 3 affecting school fi'ovtfrnaieui will be brought in at tlio ut'it teflon. Thy is compos- ed 01 Hon. C. 0. Yiuiiih, premier ami minister of railway's ami Hon. P. L. iJiibt-rl, iiUoruey-goneral; .'Ion. Miss V. minister en tin- Hon. T. H. Hicks, minister ot pufclic works; Hon. R Prey, minister nrtucition; Mori. C. r. Kelly, mill- istur of Hon. Miss On Walker. iivinisier of public boalth; Hon. W. Millar, minister of Hon. K. Tester, provin- cial T.roasnror. Hoa. C. Folk, speaker: T. CMdveil govwn- nxmt whip. Commencing Keb, 5, a five days' tractor course will be given at tha A. C. Fanners are invited to tako the course freo. Exparts from tha J. T. Case Co.. IMC., and the Imper- ial Oil Co., will lecture and demon- strate. Tractors have been kindly loaned to the achool by the Case arid that the farmers Kill take a'dvanURe of this valuable course in tractors. A GENERAL VIEW OF DRUMHELLER, ALTA. A centra of Albarti coal mining n -Th. Lif. of SOCIAL EVENTS AT ,r TWO COMMERCE AND DIAMOND CITY (From Our Own Correspondent) DIAMOND CITY, Jan. nor- STOPS BREEDING IN ENGLAND LOXDONY Jan. As- sociated Robert Wallace of Edinburgh University, has j issued a memorandum deprecating the opening of British ports to Cana- dian store cattle. His principal ob- jections are the consequent suppres- sion of British cattle breeding the absence of the kind of cattle in Canada that agriculturists really want. The professor also maintains that the surplus ol good beet cattle PULP WORKERS GET INCREASE IN WAGES JAKE LOSSES Western Retail Lumbermen to Meet in Sir James Aikins TORONTO, Jan. the eonclm- SCHOOL TRUSTEES IN THE WINN1FRED DISTRICT TORONTO, Jan. formation (from Our Own Comipondtnt) WINNIfHKD. of gtycit (rents of tha suson was i plenum Satur- day. Jan. it borne of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Godfrey, when it largo number of there to enjoy a ploaiant evening. Eight' is announced of tho Alberta anil tables wero net for progressive whist j Arctic Telephone company which It and 1G haluis vcre pliiy'.'tj, !ind tiiu la sairt has taken over tho guoits had a lively time contesting equipment of the British Columbia for the prizes. When tho score cards press company and of the were tallied, tho following awards and Hubljard Canadian. Limited, were made, ladles highest score being wljch operated sUwmers on tho Mrs. Harvey gentlemen. Mr. J. A. Turner. The boobies fell to Miss Mable Burch and Mr. P. L. Back Everything went smoothly 'from sUrt to finish and tho tucsts en- joyed every minute of the evening. Ion of the Joint wage scale conferences last night between the International Wfnchcomoo. A bountiful supper was scrvtd at mid- sight. The Invited guests included, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hack- strom. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Luther, Mr and Mrs. T. Winchcqjnbo, Mrs. V. M Dryant, Mr. Taylor, Mr. mills, Mr Roaenbeck. Mr. H. Smith, Grant Mit- chell, Bryon McDonnell, Tommy Dunn, Tony and Craig, Earnest Hinck, G. Roan, Jack Bartner, Bill and Fred Mervyn, Mr. and Mrs. Jas Ltrsen, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webster, Mr. and Mrs. H; Davis, Dorii and Mable Burch, Miss B. Dowler, A. Backstrom, Harry PoaM River and adjacent lake waters. It Is proposod to operate a servlco v-'ith modern steamers, beginning wit': tho opouiug of navigation on the I'uaco River, Atbabusca ud Sluva rivers and lakes and down the Mao Kenzio river to the Arctic. The head oflice of the new company of whicU Charles Miller of. Toronto, presi- dent, will be at Kdmonton. Tho British Columbia Express corn- puny was organized at a tiuio ot gold rush to Cariboo, nearly sixty years ago, and its business has been pioneering In advance, of rail- NO FUEL FAMINE IN EAST IS ANTICIPATED WINNIPKG, Jan. (Canadian i. L 'from that self-consciousness by Hookey and ska ,ng ar. booming at klndness Mr. Weigand> president of the school. The nilk ,s a popular re- the dubf in givlng8 a ..PBeginnere" bort every evening. Inter-class hoc- dance at his home previously. all sports and is doing excellent week the Chinook Coal office. .Mr. wort The officers are: Hon. presi-i TalDot waB eleotod trustec ln plilc8 ot Mr. Manning, who moved from Com- merce. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rogers celebrat- ed their seventh wedding anniversary by giving a whist drive at their home on Wednesday, January 15th, at 11.30. The hostess, who looked very charm- ing in her rose satia gown, assisted by Miss Christie and Miss Tiller, serv- EASE USE TIO, B sumptuous lunch. Dur'ng the lunch hour several remarked that the lunch was worthy of being called a wedding feast, and later to the sur- prise of all, it was found that indeed I it -was an anniversary feast. The hon- EENF at work all day, standing on Robertson and your feet, lifting heavy weights? Consolations to Miss Til- And now you're all tired out ler and Mr- Weigand. Canada is urgently wantsd in the An address by Sir James Aik- United States at prices higher than ins, lieutenant governor of Manitoba, the British consumer is able to pay. featured the opening session here to- day of the thirtieth annual convention of the Western Retail Lumbermens' association. The convention opened with 200 delegates registered and 300 more are expected. "Canadians' first thought should be of declared Sir James. "We are being thrown more and more on our own resources, and to become a strong nation, we should become self- supporting as far as possible. Canad- I tans have observed their duties splen- diuly in tho past, and they need to be just as in he Calgary Paper Supports the Plan Of L N. Finance uiiu -i TT 11. r, Albertan Has Absolute Faith said. Sir James pointed out that it was in Irrigation and Declares Plan Will Work the duty of one industry to help an- other. Brotherhood of Paper and Pulp Work- ers, J. T. Carey, president of the pap- ermakers, stated that the wage sched- The flva ule for 1921 had been approved, rates call for an increase of to ten per cent, over the rates. A large number of Mr. H. A. TJm OTTAWA, Jan. (Canadian some unforeseen con- .tingency should arise, officials of tho ber's friends gathered at h'ia 'home of railway commissioners who Jan. took full possession remembrance of his birthday. An Germany Is Making Rapid Recovery, Is British Report Outflow of Paper Money Chie Cause of Growing Rapidly LONDON, Jan. an offlci report to the board of trade from th British embassy in Berlin on the 1 _ _ dustrial and economic situation President T. A. Sparks, speaking; Germany, Secretary Thelwell declare of lumber conditions in the west, as- that reviewing the past two years sorted that it .was significant that there had been a very material reduc- is Impossible not to be struck by th evidence ot improvement In all d tion in the price of lumber, which In i partments of public and private lit Outdoor and Indoor Worksrs, to Exposure or Heavy Toil, Find Relief In Sloan's Liniment Never mind, if you are wise you have a bottle of Sloan's on the shelf, A. C. Paterson has accepted a travel- ling position with thg Ellison Milling on e se, _ r, at home or in the shop. Put a little and ollvar Jones is takiag his on, .without rubbing, and quickly i pisco tta elevator at Commerce. Llttle chrls Nesliit, who for the past 'hnse weeks has been severly ill with comes greatful warmth and relief. Good for rheumatic pains, neural- gia, sciatica, lumbago and the host of external pains that are all the time coming. Helps break up colds, too! It's comforting to keep it handy. Three 70c, jl.40. Made In Canada. Sloa_ Liniment typhoid, Is slightly improving. Dr. Inkrote reports five new cases of ty- phoid fever. A Benefit Dance will he given by some of the local boys, for two men j who wero hurt In the mine and have been unable' to work for over a year. It will be held in the Diamond City school house, Friday, January 28th. A seven-piece jazz orchestra will furnish the music. The Whist Drive given last Thurs- (Calgary Albertan) At the last session of the provln- cial parliament. Premier Stewart to many casea, had been bought at a I with the Important exception of Sa urged alized the necessity (or increased I outflow of paper money, and If ult mate financial collapse is to be aToii ed the question arises as to how sh can be saved. The time has passe when an international loan or cred would suffice. Lethbridge irrigation project, promoters of the plan to do their ut- housing, overlooked the question of most during the year to make satis- profits, and placed the desire to get factory arrangements, and in case back to normal bjisis foremost they failed after making an honest. Mr. Sparks declared that the lum- effort, the government might be pre- bermen desired to return to normal ollmlio pared to go much further. The Irrl-, conditions, but that the high freight Secretary 'Thelwell thinks tha gallon people made an honest effort, rates and the refusal of labor to re- tnmK> and utterly failed to finance the pro- turn to pre-war wages were serious ject. They are asking for the fulfill- obstacles. ment of the promise made by the pre-1 Fred. H. Lamar, secretary of the mler, and it seems, are likely to get: association, during the morning ses- addittonal encouragement. 'sion presented his report, which show- The government, according to the'ed a remarkable growth of member- Information of the Albertan, will not ship In rec'ent years, guarantee the bonds of any the money, on the security of the land involved. The government does not promise even if it goes far as to finance this company to adopt as- sistance to all as a general policy. In the matter of the first the SOT- JERSEY VISITED BY EARTHQUAKE SHOCK PHILADELPHIA, Jan. pub- lic was still mystified early today con- corning the shock that may have ernment is right. It can borrow been caused by an earthquake, which though it will show signs of weaknes the government's authority had steat tly Increased, and that the Socialist are a greater element of strength ou side than inside the cabinet. Th state machine Is described as too cum bersome owing to a plethora of ofiu ials, but the country Is slowly gettin accustomed to the new rule and 1 more Inclined to obey It. Remarking that It is impossible t estimate the extent to which German is restoring foreign trade, while sh refuses to publish official trade figure the report says: "It cannot be doubted that Germa. competition will be found and day by the club ,was unusually well at I nlfht in f ?tra! and' reckoned' with from South AmSk Tta "y Mrs. JerSey 'n to Japan, there botag ample neutr' Through sickness, or for Che want of nourishment, one's hair becomes dead and lifeless. It changes your Cummings and Mr. Silsbe, first: Mrs. Brown and Mr. D'Arkos, second. Con- solations to Mrs. Talbot and Mr. Keid. About two hours dancing was enjoyed i after the cards. Next Thursday the club Is giving a "Hard-Times" dance. For the last four days the mine baa with the guarantee of the province. Pennsylvania. Dealing through bond holders makes i the transaction somewhat more volved and sometimes much more confused The Albertan Is-not worried about I been heard of this morning, tho second limitation. and allied shipping to carry it. More tea wwie reports continue to be recelr- over, Germany starts with the Intt a In- ed of foundations of houses loosened advantage of low cost of product o' ,re and pictures knocked from walls, no as compared with other Europea loss of life or injury to persons has goods." lute faith In the success of Irrigation, not oeen working, owing to the ne LETHBRIDGE MAN not sticky. Get a bottlo today. Price 11.00. Sold by Sydney Jackaoa, Pre- scription Specialist. Phone 364. Across from Alexandra ment. TO SAVE AUSTRIAN'S LIFE WEDS TABER GIRL such as surround the present project, [Francis A. Tondorf, In charge of tha' (From Our Oivn Correspondent) TABER, Jan. wedding o THOSE NASTY LITTLE PIMPLES will be no serious risk and may laboratory at Georgetown Harris, of Lethbridge, to Leone FORT WILLIAM Jan Me neel1 the BuaranteB of governments. I iverslty here. The region was not in Holman, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs I Kellar hospital today reported that The Is taking but small! a seismic belt, Father Tondorf said T" Holman, took place this evening a Richard Kempton a returned soldier rlsk its tu" credit to the tnc'ay- that he saw no cause the residence of the bride's parents who is in the hospital under treatment Compared to the guarantee for alarm in the reported tremors. a mile south of Tabcr. The brida 'for frozen feet, gave his blood to save ln which the government Similar movements had been felt 'eft for points further west on tho lire of an Austrian, Mike Vgnoskl, the doctors having concluded that transfusion of blood was the only thing that could save the foreigner's life. It is sold that several of the lost practically no money, this there previously, due to the settling tlle midnight train. new venture is as safe as the Bank ol the sands, he said, a purely local Real estate men here claim to ha- condition not Indicating further ex- Iaml 'buyers In sight, so perhaps the of England. The people of this part of the pro- j tensive disturbances. Tinea, and the greater part of the That Come On the Face man's friends had declined to "rrmnce wi" be greatly disappointed. the loss of blood to save their country- i the Bovernment does not treat this j man's lite, but Kempton, hearing of lrrisatlon Project generously the case, volunteered to do so, and 'he i operation SEATTLE BANDIT KILLED SEATTLE, Jan. unidenti- fied bandit was shot and probably GARMENT advance guard of the predicted rush is already putting out-feelers for Can adian land. fatally wounded when ho and two companions attempted to hold up a party breakfasting at the Motor Inn WORKERS STRIKE NEW YORK, Jan. locals Are Caused By Bad Blood ed faced, their attractiveness lout, and i .a? tok by a JaPano3e sentry, the possessor of the "pimply faoe" i e Promise of a "thorough in- rendered unhappy for years. I of the circumstances sur- Their presence is a source ot em. I ron.ntllus the incident, barrassment to those afflicted as j Japanese government's noto as pain and regret to their friends. I waE MW at thr- stato department not There is an effectual remedy for meet tne raised by ths Unit- these facial defects and that is Bur- cd dock Blood Bittere, the old reliable medicine that has been on the mar- ket for over 40 years. It drives out all the impurities from tie blood, and leaves the, complexion clear and healthy. Mrs. James Williams. ____ _ .__ Ont., face was covjred taken at the annual muding with pimples for nearly year, j used different kinds of remedies to ;'et rid of them and finally thought rule seven members will there was no relief. A friend tlron- in om day and told mo I should try Burdock Blood Blttm. I did so THIS IS SOME INDUCEMENT WEST WARRKN, Mass., Jan. A gift of twonty-flve dollars will bo made to every member nf tt'ar- Const colonial government the largest contract for improvement works that has over been awarded en bloc by any British African government. NEW BISHOP A BRITISHER NE WYORK, Jan. Rev. Dr. William "Thom- as Manning, who was elected bishop BERLIN. Jan. a meeting of tho main committee of the Reichstag today, Baron von Rhelnbabcn, former i Prussian minister of state and finance, proposed CLAIMS AGENTS TALK MEANS TO STOP ROUGH HANDLING WINNIPEG, Jan. devise means to overcome the great loss Bus- be placed on tho stalls of German em- bassies in foreign countries to sup- port German views and culture by correspondents! tainerl each year by railways due to of New York yesterday Is a doctor of keeping In touch with foreign nrens. canon law of King's College, Nova I Dr. Simons, the foreign minister, Scotia. He was bnrn In Northamp- j proposed that the proposal would be ton, England in I860 and came to the in accordance with a vote was'graduated at the University M A minim _ _ _ night, the offer being retroactive to the date of organization. and used three bottlei, ux! found the pimples were all from my face, and now I a clear com- plexion asaln." B. 3. B. is manufactured only by T. Mllburu Co., Limited, Toronto, Under this benefit. BLAME REDS FOR FIRE IN ARMORY CLEVELAND, Ohio, Jan. agitators, angered because of military which has hold them In cnocii are blamed for the loss by fire yesterday of an armory hero oolong- "e to the Cleveland Grays, entailing tho loss of the South, at Sewanee, Tenn., and was ordained In 1891. LEGLESS WAR VET SAVES BABE'S LIFE WITH WHEEL CHAIR MIAMI, Fla., Jan. Stcele, who lost both legs in the world war, saved the life of a baby girl on the beach here Sunday by pushing his given consideration. FRENCH TRADE PARISi, Jam Imports during 1920 amounted to francs and exports to Imports showed a decrease for the first tlmo since 1914, machine knocked Btcele over but to orator PULLMAN CAR vVoRKS FIRE CHICAGO, Jan. in the ro. pair shops of tho Pullman Car Works rough handling of shipments by em- ployees, a conference of Western Canadian and United States claims agents Is being held here. An extensive program to educate railway employees to eierelse more care In the handling ofshipments Is under consideration. During 1919 United States railways paid out In payment of claims for goods damaged In shipment. BIG SLUMP IN U.S. INDUSTRY WASHINGTON, Jan. mtm- bar of persons employed In Industry in tho United States the first month numbered less than the num- ber employed a year ago, tho depart- of labor's employment servlco Siscnped witi Injury. 'rig- first country-wide surrey just corn- cars and in sleepers undergo- plated by a special of J gatore. are keeping in close touch with tho fuel situation, do not anticipate any was brought and were given and al; ho Dominion supplied with fuel reported having spent a delightful Importations of coal during the coal evenlnr. i 5'ear 'rom APril 1 to the present are Mrs. Teddy Wlnehcomhe spent this I sliKhtly than for the same period week-end In Bow Island ths guest at Dt year and wmle there were no Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simpson. reserve'stocks on hand when the cold Mrs. Frank Lawson's many friends se' in la" 'he mild wea- regret to learn that she is very ill. 'her tnB early winter has She will bo taken to Medicine Hat i Canadians to conserve fuel to the ex- this week to receive medical help. O. H. Cooper is away enjoying a jepairs were destroyud. few weeks rest and holidaying. Billy Huff Is taking care of his stock dur- ing his absence. tent that they now are in a better position at the same time last year. In Western Canada tne situation is stated to be eminently satisfactory. Mr. Nels Hansen made a business' The railways in these provinces trip to Medicine Hat last week ship- nandletl tons of commercial ping hogs. Mr. C. A. Dowler and family return- ed to their farm Jan. 15th, having spent several months in Lethbridge. Harry Winchcombe's many friends were glad to see him return home af- ter a successful operation at Medi- cine Hat hospital. Rosecllff ichool board consists of Ed. (Bouchard, Dahl and A. Nickel- son, secretary-treasurer. Fown achool board, S. B. Angle, A. Thersen and Ed. Gosselin, secretary- treasurer. Invitations have been issued for an- coal in the period from April 1 to December 31, 1920, against tons In the same period of 1919. per was prepared by the ladies and a most enjoyable evening reported. Mrs. Jas. Larsen left Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Fred Phillips at Moose Jaw, Sask. Fred Brown came up from Medicine Hat Saturday, Jan. 22nd, and'was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins. James Larsen made a business trip to Grassy Lake this week to book auction sales. other drivo to 'be held 0. Rapson left last week to spend day, Jan. 29th. The committee in the last of tho winter months in B.C. Will charge are composed of Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. M. J. Collins and Mrs. H. Davii. A very delightful party was held at the home of Oscar Donaldson Fri- day evening. A large number gather- ed to form a surprise. The chief pas- time being dancing. An evening sup- Vernon Hanegan returned from the eastern provinces last week to be on deck for spring work. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Plester and Mrs. Jack Monroe, returned to Medtcine Hat this week having spent a lengthy visit at the home of Mrs. W. H. Scott. TT is breeder of ulcer- DOMINION C. B. Q. (Cascara, ated throats, inflamed tonsils, Bromide and Quinine) Tablets. attacks of neuralgia, bronchitis, grippe, influenza and pneumonia. A cold is a dangerous, deadly completely relieve the cold, if taken disease, with which you cannot regularly at the outset of the trouble. afford to trifle._____________________ They are prepared Donotlet.eold g BREAK by National Dru, develop into D A and. Chemical anything more eerious. Break it TdkktS up while it is still a cold by taking Company of Canada, Limited, and sold by all druggists. H ;