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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY. IAKVAMT M. THE LCTlinniDGE DAILY HBRALIX PAGE NtNF. IWtLE FARMER GETS FROM COYOTE lES la' tke of asnhn. nry aotrr tlktt Mr. sycnN. a i few Imlaut lUycnM 4 ilfttru ill .wHh Mr. Reycratt. Mr. u4 Mr. A. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hater M. B. Akferaw th. UJ.A. la Chfcvr BOWYILUL Ju. "Oat In by local Ulut a dot. MOOMI. All acton very wen and I Sam, an Is AUhMiJh the wwlher 'ahoat w. hirf tils 'onr isisasj M- lart WM Uteri'ii'which tirw the local Vf-4, ar. iww'Durly in loctl VTA. TEETH r. MJB. D.DJ. PU.UNM Chairman, to a aw BUST klada laa- VOAM (JiiasM It 16 M tor a certain cavity. A oavHy la la tooth ly by oariaa, which .fc a cavity tec man all Mrwetun a. IS MEM 'Flu. Mad Spotted Increas- ing im Auctro-Hun.gan and PazteofGtrnuay VTJGNNA, Jan, The spread of In Europe Is fnire- 17 lafhuiaM, TlrulMt form is In VlwuU u4 Bndapwt. free Silttia and BonkU .thai U .dc- aylM ratUlj people are ttuoc in tie streets Three of wen. aaqni ric office are la awl, PoUnd i PROMINENT WAR WORKERS HONORED flll ok. LUr 'qf bwn e of Poplar, Mont, 1, Tlittia. ktr'aiatar. Mn. Mc- kard part of a tooth you know, fa QoapOiMd Of f ftfl JOTstlUvt' iiv A4MttiM to fcono hu Bator Uttla tiAw, calM Labor wn the .Brf ;HAND SIR ROBERT LEFT NO FORWAHDWQ ADOREIS fmoldi and Marr Piminar of Canadltn Field Com- were tendered a clrlc reception In ooojunctlon vlth the pitrkrtlc League at ToroBto.tor Mrrlcee. overseas. All Cicada lj telecrasu lettera of ?ar.? got Mr.' Is movlnc EDeal property oat to the old WuMlaaV wiicb' h. rented from Mr. Mr. and Mre, Oy A- dap In Tir.iting last week. Craijlali1 -'Bros., they will work until rm-lpg. j y.f.' PiTfird Browaell and 'Miss Burns, of Mrs. LUy united in marriage on In Lethhfldfo. people pojmlar In tkla coaBiunlty.' Burn? havloc re.Id- ea h.rt'tsr about-fifteen On Sy a had ip of actiaally dMtroyed por- Hop of tooth. To a Olllnj that will this Ikfoctcd most be cat Then cavity (frm a sncpe that will (Ire the flllhic as mich sspjort pos- will the filling to pro- t'ect the mmrtinB ot the.': enamel, and that''will'retain- the la the tooth. a weal! cavKy will a much laner arm ot Infected dentine than you covld If yon allow to deoay until you can find the cavities yonr tM, the chances are that the pulp, or nerve as It is Incor- rectly called, will InQamtd. ttwa ther. nai trouble. bert fiUlac is a If there nttle .loM of contour and of and _mo.t Important Is sistt Do teeth natll fUHnci an Want Ezpvrto Of FlNE IN N. V. HOSPITAL; t< tlQ MOHEY IN N Y NO PATIENTS iKJURED Jan aver of factory workers ta Kew Tick durinf the a hlfh record, It it ahown by tk. made public -Uday-by Industrial commls- Bail was paued KoVeincer, with faverage earning ot tictbry.workeri of 191S factory wdrfenls" advan-ed costs advanc five per TKatWKiff Fragrant which ami in its cheerfid invitation to coma note rftqiicntly, more inyiringly, whm SEAL .BRAND that u UMti. -Th< famous Seal Bread Sorour .aai iliocy ace acaled into Tin. Feb.? IB 1511 1920 Two rio-toui at t- hpwd tti tobogganing on Tunnel Momtain, many iporis. QUEBEC, Jan. agricultural of the night unanimously paned a molntlon which will be to the ulnlster ot labor, Ottawa, protesting acalnit a resolu- tion passed by the National Catholic Unions at a convention held In Three lUveri asking for the prohibition ot export of the foodstuffs from Quebec province.' Abbe Maxlme Forlin, chaplain of the Catholic unions, defended the at- titude of the worklnEmen. Hon. J. E. Caron, minister of agri- culture, said that the wortlngmen and their conventions would have taken a fairer attitude had they cot only ukcd for the prohibition ot the export of but the eaport of cement well. He said that'the'labor men had simply condemned the farmers because they were hostile to them. They were hostile, to milkmen be- cause milk costs 16 cento a quart, but they forrot that the milkmen got ap at 3 o'clock In the-moraine to at- tend to cattle and deliver their milk. Mr and Xn W ViUorJ, Inter celebrated: the sixty-third annl- ot wedding TO8K, Jan. fire broke ost la the male building of the Lenox Hill hotpltal at 77th St. and ton Ave. shortly after 2 o'clock this afternoon. Three alarms brought a large portion of Manhattan's tire ap- paratiis to the scene. The fire was confined to the oper. atlng room'on the top floor. No one was Injured.' There were 260 pat- lentxMit ttie" hospital but the nurses suoceedvd'In'keeping them quiet, while Hremen extlnculshed the OTTAWA, JM. Robert Bord.n le OTjoylng hit helMay H the full and cut hlirMlf free from ofllolal pondsnse. No mail I; 'or- warded to.him. What Inten tlons and hit are, he hai not dlwloted. He left Ot- tawa without any fixed Itinerary In mind, beyond Intimating that he Intended to make a teur In the tropics with a possible trip to South Africa In company wfth Admiral Jelllcoe. Now that Ad- miral Jelllcoe his been recalled to London, that portion of Sir Robert's tour hu ntceeearlly been cancelled. WANT EMPIRE CLUB TORONTO. Jan. K. Knox, bArrlster of this city, represent- ing the Citizens' Liberty League, haai written to Attorney-General W. E. Raney with reference to the decision of the attorney-general's de- partment that the application by league for a recount ot the ballota cast In the referendum on Octboer.30 last, was too late. Mr.. Knox disagrees irith Mr. Ranuy's contention that the applica- tion (or a recount was made too late. The Ontario Election Act, with refer- LONDON, Jan. Canadian ence to a recount applied for alluding to a suggestion four days, he claims primarily relates; of Sir Thomas MacKcnile at the Aus- to the election of iVmbers Of the trails Day luncheon of the establish- Mature under which they vote In rnent of an Emiilre club In London, electoral district, Is considered apart the Dally Telegrpah hopes tha project from the vole In any other will bo forward to a reiliia- dlatrlcL He points out that tioii without delay, adding that some Referendum Act the role throughout such social and unofficial accompanl- the province is considered as a whole, ment to the great development ot pol-: that the votes are not added by tke illcal co operation which the -war I returning officer in any electoral dls- broughl about, would seem be as I tricl, the returning officer 'simply natural as eminently desirable. sending the number of rotes polled In BIG STRIKE IN LYNN LYNN, Mass., Jan. work- men ot all crafts affiliated with the building trades council here Quit work at noon today on contract Jobs, to back up the wage, scale demands of the electrical workers who have been on strike since January 1. each municipality In that electoral district to the clerk ot the crown hi chancery, and that there Is .no. final addition by htm anUL nothing sjicct of which 'a recount could be expected. Henry Ward, a Toronto public school Inspector, 13 dead. (From .Onr Own. MILK RIVER, Jan. Hol- llnder and fcaby relumed from Leth- brldge after attecitaj the of her daughter Mist -Marie Sbepaid te'Mr. John Kelly. S' J. B. Hlert went as attend the 'UFA con, Tentlon.v The weatherman has changed- ai-'wie haTtf' IJeen -harlng1 some mapping cold: weather t A; days an d is hard 'ori.tie'ranQher and the 'coal" U.FoA. conTeolloii was well at- tended from this district. As well' as many'. interested farm- ers, attendeil.- of Calgary is Teller- ing as station agent .during 'Mr. ahsinco.' PoRtmiurler Ford is on the sick list The Women's Instifute have receiv- ed their second 'bor from- Lethbrldge for relief work, this consisting .ot shoes and ready to, w.ear. :.Tbe United .Church Guild -will meet with Herbert '.Thompson at their next meeting Mr. Ainiworth' of LethbridEe, gov- ernment relief man was in town tor a -few days- the latter part of the -Kelley ;are to .from ,their on, Monday'.1 ;.7 .Mr: J. P.'Doterty returned- to thci farm-at Wlianlfred on 'Saturday after spending the holidays 'with; family, Mr. E.' Wellace of Culgary, land ih' apector-ter soldl'cts' settlement board; was In'town a few days'the last of week.- Institute held a spe- cial meeting, at (he home of Mrs. J. A. Jocheiti on" Friday 'afternoon, when they, made. plans for refresh-; getllii'g mi lorlUtlonfl Ubei'-'place 'on' 3. I.'Hairli.ana'TUrs'. fcUert'-afe.'to be'tbe'mtfch-16ok4d 'to floor ,dainty luncW WM by the'hb'stess assisted by vh'er; mother Mrs. Scarlet in-confined het home through Mrs. Dr. Giles nnmf her friends on Friday'evening at' canh." Mrs.' K. Kunck and Mrs.' JocheiB made a trip to Sweet Grass on Mon- day. Oeo. Stewart and little son Dyrel have gone tp-Lethbrldge to re- side. Mr. Stewart having position 'J. D. HiglfihothaW Dmg Co. They have taken a suite at the Victoria Mansions. Grant Clark of Sweet Grass a vliltor In lowii on Saturday. Mr. A. Steckle was In Calgary for the week attending (he -U.P.A. con- vention. The }1rst Aid Girls met with the Misses Jochem on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Jud Foley IB confined to his home with pneumonia. Mr. A. S. Burnham was In Calgary attending the U-.F.A. convention. i Mrs, Jochem Is confined to her home throaih Illness, Tha Toronto Tsiegram mentions In connection with tho Conservative leadership In Ontario, tho name pf Senator Richard Bluln, W. F. Nlclde, and Jloss of Klnittoa. t The Licorice Flavor's Thert! Adams Black Jack Gum is full Q{ rich, licorice flavor. u The old-time licorice flavor which overshadowed ajl others when you were a kidl You'll enjoy once again tasting licorice -flavored chewing gum. You'll enjoy the ifreedom from throat huskiness, which Adams Black jack Gum assures. Good for .the teeth and 'the1 nerves and 'the digestion, also. In most stores, in the blue packet-, 5c. Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Gum Co., Limited, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver. ;