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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta frfiS LETHBRIDGE DAIIA' HERALD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, Hero of Eastland Tragedy Pays Lethbridge a Visit Is OH Way to Europe to Help Government to Raise the Lusitania There is a hero iu the city ioday. name is Arthirr loeb. known from oce of the Uniaeu States 10 the other, a man whose antoe- has ap- pealed en Jrm front pages o! the new- pzperu of tho North American, conti- nent almost as often as fS2t of dent Wilson. Ivoeb Is the man who s tved 3s HYPS and lecovered 07 bodies from the wrecJc of the LSutland, re- members the terriblu EasUand disas- ter at Chicago oh July 7 314. when iia 'excursion boat overlumvd with a monster crowd of exeurnioiir.tK. At time Losb worked for days ou end, clad iu nothing but a bathing suit. In au effort to bring :o ihe sur- face- the bodies of the victims. For his heroism in thai tragedy F'JD was ar.-arded the Carnegie meilal five diamonds and given a cheque- for Ha la the only inau in Ihe r.-orld v.-ho holds tho Carnegie, mods! 'v.-itli five diamonds. Loob is alia tho hero of .the Cleveland snbwny disas- ter when he recovered ilie bodies of number of victims. N'o-v ho is afu-r bis game. has jnst returned froir. Vladivostok whera he the raising of a veiEtlout uf 00 ieul or water and is on his to tlic of the Atlan- tic iu an i.-ffou io cheat the !lun "U" boats by their .victims. !u tba'rce of n .of SCO uien l.e in- teucls to tackle the Job of raisins lUe aa-I (ran his experiences in work in yasi lie is lOilfi- den: u1 suci'i-'St. he starts on tbis job lie is s.i'ug to rrai'L'e where he will have un Vf'Jr on his head in. an r'jmcily tho trouble oiispd irhen lie fiiio'.ured his Bkull in dlviug boiiic.s on the 1-iastiand. He wcurs his forehead the mark (if that inetiivaiilc occi sloii, and on account of tin- fracture lie wrj) cienieil enh-auce tho U. S. army during tin? -wur. Mr. Loeb hav junt fiuirhed a Itc- tura (our '.hi-onyi :ill priuciunl cit- read and studied this article- we have uo doubt that yea will'readily con- clude that barber work is eftsily one a! the cheapest on the mar- ket today. Of course we could ivorK still cheaper, were it ihe that you could leave your or hair in and call lock later, 39 you would many other articles tor repalrv that we might fix it up at our couveuieuco, it would spare us the expense and upkeep of extra space, furniture and equipment, also extra help. Uul this .work has to be done while you wait, and you won't and can't wait very jlong. resulting in our business being done in little rushes. Thanking you Mr. Editor fur the kiuduess of your valuable space. Ed. Sec. to Mailer Lethbridge, Alberta. A COUTT'S COMPLAINT Coutts, Jim. 23, 1920. lilitor Daily Herald am going-to ask you a favor, space in your paper for a little information regarding our lucal nial service, also "Do you have to live In Canada to hold land and will the Government let this Coutts troubb come to ft climax." Our past post mistress was obliged to resign her of 'ice on account ot not making ai honorable salary to live on. The Gov ernment accepted hei resignation Now a man, I believe, ot German descent is In charge at our Citizens Lumber yard. Then our local mai carrier who makes a trip from SI Hilda and Clarinda to CoutU asks fo more money. They gave him his raise but immediately called for new bids Conseo.uently our local mail.carrier Mr. G." R. Waddell. a Hrltish subjec is losing his job and our new mail man an Uncle Sam, Mr. Raymond K. Nohli has been recommended for Coutti mall by thu Postmaster Mr. Korpal Now I hope I have not oversteppec the mark In reporting Ihis case. Bu if this continues to go on much longer we the residents of Coutts and sur rounding districts. Clarluda, St. Kild will soon have a pelillon in'circula iss of the here from Greiil Falls. aud came He is going oast through Cahailo to New iu taka the boat for his ;rir, ncrtKS the Atlantic. His story reads Hie Jules Verne magnified. One thing Mr. J.oeh has 1101 seen and that is a giime of ico hockey, and JiCfore he leaves he is very anxious that a game be staged so that ho can witness wlint he understands to be the sport Peoph Forum THE PRICE OF HAIRCUTS iiditor Herald view certain criticisms re price of haircut, fen- explanations. we beg to oifer as we do tliat the irablli- Joes not -under- stand It as we ill'. It! .ilia first inalancc ICE BREAKER CAN'T MAKE MAGDALEN ISLANDS OTTAWA, Jan. (By diin Protpects of getting relief to the seem very rsmcte unless wsattwr condlt.lont moderate to a very con- siderable extent. ment Montcilm (till. rtuck In the Ice bKween main- land >nd ihe Itlandt, and received by the marine Indicate that >he l> maklitf no She hat been Iri that condition 'for Mveral :naw. business for we haven't got such a hlng as free freight because we oo cloio to the market and it don't pay the U.P.R. to grant us free freight. Now we ans convinced that both he Guvernment and C.i'.H. nre1 worfe: UK a gross injustice on us and some- bius should doue about 'if, course there are the people that will say, it Coaldale farmers will sell al par or anywhere near the same as we can get the hay from tho North or East, we would buy their hay Now do those people ever consider what U costs a Coaldals farmer to put his field in alfalfa. I am sure they do jiot, for it they had, they would not begrudge us the 4ew estm dollart. In Ihe first place, most of the Imported hay Is not No. 1, and second, It IB an established fact by the Dominion Ex- perimental Farm, that there is all the way from two to four times the' nutri- ment In good alfalfa, if it Is fed right, than in any other kind o! hay. Now it cost any farmer who puts his field In alfalfa, about, twice the wort to prepare, his Held for alfalfa, than it costs for grain; then the seed per acre runs all, the way from ten to fif- teen dollars per acre besides ho has to risk a failure of the whole thing. which does happen luite frequently if the weather conditions are not Just right. This way he has to invest quite a big sum of money for almost two years, before he gets any return at all. Furthermore he has to be more care- ful iu harvesting the alfalfa crop, has VANCOUVER, B. C., Jan. Canadian first dividend ot not less than representing about 10 cent of the claims against tha Dominion Trust company, will be paid by March or April, according to an announcement by J. Gwynne, of tho defunct company. Mr. Gwynna is en- deavoring, through Allen Enemy agent at Ottawa to aiiva every Ger- Bian aud Austrian owning property In Canada help pay back the which. Alvo ron Alveusteln, who, prior to the war, was the representative o! German interests ftiJJrlttsh Columbia, and who Is now held in an Internment camp in the United States, secured from the company a few weeks before it collapsed.. Teachers Would Jan.' Chicago Teachers', Fcdrratlo.ii tdday began a campaign (or "health, decency and ef- ficiency" for elementary teach- ers by delegating to its board of man- agers authority which would make- possible the calling of a strike to force the federation's demands. The action'followed the -decision of Ihe board of education to fix Iho maximum salary of grade teachers at a year. The teachers insist the mini- mini salary should be with a maximum of J2.SCP, reached after nine years' Approximate ly teachers met and approved the program. PAY PROFESSORS MORE to buy more machinery and employ more men, to get it up In good shape for there Is no crop can be damaged so easy as alfalfa and if he asks a few dollars more for his product on the inartet he is well entitled to it. Harvard Teaching Start First Increaae in Fourteen Years CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Harvard corporation announced last night an increaie ot 20 per cent ic caluies of all members of the teach- ing administration. In these two schools tho salary basis is consider- ably higher than la any department! of the university. The Increase is re- troactive, to January 1 last. This is 'the first salary increase at Hurrard in OTTAWA, Jan. Canadtau embargo newsprint from the Fort inUl! for pliula in the United StutM waa Saturday last on of Paper Controller .who ports that a satiataetary adjustment has been made with the mills BO thtt tho newspapers of Weatira Canada would receive their quota. Shipments are teiug munied from that polut as to the trouble over allotments. Mr., and Mrs. Sloui City. In., burled the victim ot a hold-up at Johnstown, Neb., belterlng it vrai their son. An Uour liter tie telephoni rang and It was the eon phonluj. fit (Eomeiinjes nil.) Nothing has been said of our increased rents, both business af.d residential, nor ot the higher cosi of coal, water, light say- ing'nothing'of 'any decorating or re- placing figures. With further refer- ence to fixtures it may he a surprise to some to know the installation of simple barber shops such as we have cost up to four- thou- sand dollars.' Most of us pay taxes end insurance, and we are entitled 10" interest on investment. The latter we are not getting at present, we work for every, cent. It was. therefore decided that In changing the price of a cut, ,tbe smoll .extra cost to each customer would bo more evenly divided. Speaking of the average cus- tomer be gets his hair cut every five weeks making n difference of only a fewtfenls per month, where if the price of a shave alone was in- saying '.nothing of a dozen or more other articles that we sell, it would bave meant double the in- crease .to us, seeing that we do sis shaves haircut, but out how much hay had left lor ic market and what, price. He was ild we had about 2500 to 3000 tons'of falfa yot at per ton. lie told that he thought the Government ill want it all to rellove the fanners ho could not buy hay right out. After few days Snore vrero informed at the Government did cot need ir bay. was it they did not eed our hay? They had bought about iree hundred cars of all kinds of hay 1 over Ontario and Quebec mostly 2 hay which cost the farmer from 3S.OO to 531.00 per Ion P.O.B. I.eth- ridge, which the Government claims the cost yricc per ton at-the loading oint. The Government according to ur information two-thirds of the on nil hay shipped iu. The reieht rate on most ot this hay is rom J3.00 to J15.00 per ton, two-thirds that would average about ton for the biggest part of the ers agree with us and have any intlu- enco with the C.P.R. or the Govern- ment, would 'be glad [o have your assistance to get a square deal. J. B. Schimek. KIDNEY Freedom from headaches, nervous- ness, indigestion and sleepiessness.which for- mer tea and coffee drinkers experience after 'a change. from tea or cof- fee to- INSTANT POSTUM Soon proves There's a Reason for Posium Canadian Postum Cereal Co. Wndjor, Girls! Your hair needs a little Wticri it becomes lifeless, (bin its lustre; when ugly dindmff appears, or your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle or dependable "Danderine" from any store, will save your llso double it's tsautyl. .You can have nice, thick hair, According to a deci- sion rendered by Chief Justice Malli- ers In the Court of King's bench yes- terday tho Manitoba- Work- men's Compensation for injuries act is declared to be ultra vires of the provincial legislature and the compen- sation board It3 power as a judicial body. The decision is based upoi the holding that the appoint- ment of the hoard ;is a direct viola- tion of the B.X.A. act., and his lord- ship says "Evcu the workmen's compensation board provided for by the act is, as was argued, a superior conn, its constitution, organization, jurisdiction and power is within- tbs competence of the province; and were it not that the power of ap- pointing judges of superior "courts is hipments run higher thrill pe on. .Those ten dollars per ton comes Oi the GuVeriiiiiciil'H pui-kuT, neaii9, out of the people's pocket, 'ow if they would have bought our ay here in Coaldalo at 535.00 per ton or tbe best No. 1 alfalfa, tho farmers would get a batter grade of hay, coiild et it almost any time Ihey need it nd what is more, it would cost tho lovernment only an average of 51.50 ter ton for freight, for most of the ay is used from'twenty to sixty miles rom (.'oalrlale. On three thousand ie difference between the rates would mean a nice little fortune for ny man and would, no doubt, he no- Iced in the Ciovernnicnt's bank ac- ount. Besides we consider it awful poor, business to send all this-money or hay out of the province to pool Onlario and Quebec when the biggest iart of this money could be kept rlglil lore in our own province ftnd be put nto circulation if" we Coa.l dale farmers would get It, not get a chance to rot in tho hank, for everybody knows wo are keen on in 'esting our money and that helps others as well as us. However, we suppose, we have capable men at the head of this feed distributing business and they know what Is heal for this country, for that what they get pak tor. Further more the C.P.n. is al most on 'the rocks, not very much moving from east to west, so U Is a very good idea to buy hay In tin Kast and get Iho C.P.H. (o haul I about two thousand miles to tho West to keep the C.I'.K. from getting nist> Maybo hy tho time the most of It i hauled West, they .will need sonn hay hauled Bast, and.the GoTOrnmen will buy our ('oaidaie hay and shi it EaaI to keep Iho CjP.ii. going Meanwhilo we watch and'hope. One more thing we would Hfco I mention, an we understand nobody tint a bona fide farmer suppose to have the benefit of the free frelgh tariff. How ta it then that wo kno for a fao.L that almost any one In Lcth bridge from a miner, teamster or ex press hauler up to any big ranchin c-iidM, can get imy, v.'hk-h has bee shipped In on free freighl, but If Coa ilnle wanted to Ret free freight on ha .shipped out to Iho different U.FV locals, Ihcro !a nothing doing. Wo gi hundreds of calls over the loleplion for alfalfa. The idrst thing they as us is, can wo get free freight fro Coaldalo? Tho answer of course "rrn." Most of them say theiij v would like your hay alright, If we ecu eet froo freight settles tha reserved to the governor-general, by SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the bodp begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it n usually an indication that the kidneys are cut of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, Madder and uric acid Famous since Tata ncubrrf keep in good health. All drnggists, SOc, a box. Guaranteed as repteaenfed. Ink ttr tfe MM nwy iw section S8 of thu B.K.A. acts 'hat power would also belong to the pro- ncu. Then Is the board a superior ourt? If it is. in essence, no matter y what name it may: be designated, in appointment of its memhcrs, their muro of oifice. and the payment of heir salaries are hy sections 56, 99 nd 100 of the 1I.N.A. act, reserved to ic Dominion, and all acts performed y a board, whose members were ap- ointed by the lieutenant-governor- u-counci] would bo without juris- iction. An appeal is to he entered. When Ihe Is Over TV hen household and thfl w o. r T I e a of everyday life dragged y r) u down, nadfl you un- hftppy, and there wuih- in life but hcJidaehe, Unclc- aclio snd worryg turn to Ihe right prcsoriplioD, one gotten up by Dr. Pierce fifty yours ago- Evcrythint; growing mil of ground for sonic use in establish- ing Dr, of Uuffab, Y., long found out what in naturally few I for diseases, He it all (liroughi of Tha remiH of his ma a mcdicifie eftllcd Dr. Pierw'a Fdvorlta Prowriplion, incdicinfl of vegclnble p-owlhs that iwrely In- tended for bncfcache, htadache, in-cgiilirilica, and mwy diV orders coTr.inon to women fn of life, suffered from caw of iformn'fl trouble with btekache, nen'ous- disordered JiftcJlton, and I had Rrcat jmin all Iho iomcliines I would laint al rny work. 1 hid ctan after another but they did me no good, I then Ur. Fnvorite Prescrip- tion Ain'l itfiiccttmttup nil 1 look much IfUcr anrl will thtj to all juiTcrinii w I MAYUCLLE B, GHATRZX, 115 Albert.St. Wntc Dr, I'IETCO'S Hotel, X. fir ctmfidentUl and you will thfl mtdicul attention of A Yonig Men Don't Get Bald Cuticora Does Much To Prevent It Dandraff, Itching, irritation, etc., point to an unhealthy condition of the scalp, whkh lead: to thin, falling hair and premature bald- ness. Frequent shampoos with Cuticnra Soap and hot water do much to prevent tuch a condition, especially if preceded a gentle anointin g wAh Cirticu ra Ointment to tpott of dandruff and itching, tt mt Me. Sold ANNOUNCEMENT Charles A.Beresf DIRECTOR COLONIAL THEATRE" ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTOR LETHBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY Professor of Violin (THEORY AND PRACTICE) I PUPILS PREPARED FOR ALL EXAMINATIONS Mr. Beresford has a few. for. preliminary and idvanced pupils for term, starting'February ist. STUDIO BLOCK TERMS, PROSPECTUS, ETC., UPON APPLICATION ORCHESTRAS SUPPLIED FOR ALL OCCASIONS fPHONES: 1806 360 1814 Is a gfjocl see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Gdt our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET S. P.O. BOX 5 HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. CARRUTHERS DEALERS. AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW Lethbridg< Alberta Get acquainted with the largest dealers in Western Canada and you wiH never be a dissatisfied shipper. Write today for prices and shipping tags which will be mail- ed on receipt of your application, A. CARRUTHERS CO, LTD. Phone 595 1251 2nd S. Uthbridge, Aha. ;