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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnDAY, JANUARY M, 1931 PATtY1 HER ALP EtBVtM The U.F.W.A. Convention in Retrospect LILLIE VOUNQ McKINNEY. ----1 I Any OH attending the womea la Uu convention had liven t present condi-. My for president, .while Mrs. Gunn, and j be met before Personal naturalization twelve to our present High Schools, tions Is settlihr Jn'to' a determination Mrs. Welch were elected by ballot for can be a fact. It was thought that several objects that the present i tho offices of first and second vice-pres- not lo'nr rflmaln. motto I.ident respectively. would be served thereby. _ Certain tost books, now in use came Of "the U.P.A. is ''iwuility in -or considerable criticism, and it special Privilege thY thought that by changes In these, women are feeling that the motto und a re-arranzoment of curriculum, should apply as between raantad wo- the course now taken in eight years as well as between man and man. could be almost completed in six, and: _ that by not making a complete change r Immigration for Domestic. Sfrylcf. Mrs. McNauBhton, pres'ideat of the- Foreign Biorn But the thing we should be proud of is this, that the women of Alberta are thinking. The woman who made, the first; -to personal natur- was a'- One quiet little bit ot work .started by tlie Convention, may far- ._. _____ reaching good, and that is apnointlng j years, whose wind and a committee for work among the for- j countenance spoke her closeness to thpm she started a train or well on in sun kissed shaken off. The reluctance of the par-' and farm help ents to send their children into town j Agents are abroad to nek such L'" Mrs. "punke, 'of Stonelaw, wjjo is a i also the- newly 'Bow Riirer con- ated convenor of call for all the new to many pned pdlltfeldns. School A resolution dealing with the school trustee .problem. ifa also coasldered foreign born of the convention, came Iand endprsed, effect .that 'a i -p---------- muu two Roumanians, two Ukrainians, one :man or 'woman who had declared his in. ii me .Sy Blrl" as are willinS to come' ac" Czecho-Slovack, one Dane, three Nor-1 or her Intention ot becoming a British ?v .ThB "onusine sys- wegians; three Swedes; two Swiss, Isubject 8hould _be leligible to that office. SEIUED IN CARDSTON IN 1887, PATRIARCH HINMAN REAL PIONEER Our Own other members of ill family ot W- Jua. 27.--Tho funeral' children jone before. Henfy L. Ilkiman will be held In remaining are: tbe Alberta Stake Tabernacle at 1 p. i of Bishop .1. A. How- ra. Sunday, Jan. 30. This will likely ird' Lewis, May and Paul, who tre be the largest funeral ever held In now ln Utah; Scott, Aiilrew, Dora, Cardston, on account of the promln- wlfe of z w- Jutob.' of Cariston, ence of the deceased Patriarch. He Wllllard, Alice, wife ot DaTld Wood- Bad been a Patriarch of the Latter of Olenwood, Charles an well spent life. His wife preceded him to the grave 6 or 7 years, also three and May. A plan for Unking np Sweden with England by means of a train ferry to cost is being considered by business men ot the two nations. GIN PILLS IF you find medicine does net relieve yea of kid- ney trouble, you should benefit by the experience of Alexander LaBue, aged 72. For years, Mr. LaRue suffered with kidney afflictions, and he finally tent for two boxes o.{ Gin Pills. He writes: "They did me more rood than all tke medicine I had taken." Why suffer longer! Gin are sold by all drug-' gistl and Me a box, or six.boxes for {3.00. Remember our guarantee Satisfaction or your money back. Write for a free sample to National Drag A Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., Toronto, Ont V. S. Addreai: Na-Dru-Co, Inc., 202 Main SL, Buf- fcio, N.Y. LIGHT-SIX The World's Greatest Light- Weight Automobile. Forty-BU tacbable-bead motor. Roomy and comfort- able for five psssen- gers. Cord tires are standard equipmeDU AT elrfvty sfMrfs, rJba LlCBT.SH b from vibration than any car of its approximate or wafht yet produced in America or Europe. powerful motor k an Stodebaker cdved by StnHebaker and built complete is Stadebaker factories. It saoM efficient in utilizing low grades of foci now on the no other tight, six. cylinder motor yet produced ia as free from ribntion cw at flexible, economical and powerful. Power with smootlinees of operation been the dominant Idea in tho construction of the NEW LIGHT -SIX motor. Its completely machined crank-shaft and connecting will not be found in any other light weight ear yet produced in thia country. This construction reduces wear and strain on the bearings and moving and sneant longer and smoother riding qualities. You can hare the adrantage of this motor's qii gasoline economy and the satisfaction of its operation only by owning a Stndebaker LlGHT-Sn. Let us giro you a demonstration of this NEW LIGHT-SO anywhere and under any conditions yon chooso, GRAHAM MOTOR CO. LIMITED. 114 ST. fOUTH. LtTHiRIDOt ;