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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ti TEN THE tETHBRlDGE DAILY HOALR FRIDAY, JANUARY M, 192CT 1SPIIEIHE1D SIFTON HOUSEHOLD ESCAPES FLAMES CKEJ5TQ.V. U.C.. Jan. Creston Bo-inl Xrade had its inaugural meet- in? oa Monday with a flno turn- out of members to help lav plans for tlio 1920 campultiu of board of activi- ties, the most notable ctf which was ihe unauimcms adoption of ;i tioii asking the United locals .thiousrhout the gL-tritt to eacli cuitio u romjaUtee to v.itli tln> beard's r? present salves iu jr inhering ilvf necessary data looking to having (he Wyuiulel. Alice rfiuiur. Crenou, Hrlckfcm :uid t'anyou CUy dEs- Iricts erected into :i rural municipal- ity. At present tbU area has :m assessment of almost and It Is felt that not nearly tho amouut of taxes collected liy iho provincial assessor and collector is esjx-uded ID improvement on the same urea. Another nituter tbat tlio Hoard heartily- .concurred in the llsjiuient here of s branch of operative iirovittciLtl library. For a yearly payment of J20G the provincial libraries association guarantees library of well assorted books of 400 volumes which cau be exchanged at the central library at Nelson, as often as desired during Iu ad ill- Photo shows home of Sir Clifford Sitton, Toronto, which was the scene ot a (ire, January 19- Sir Clifford and Lady Sifton and (heir household escaped without lujury. tion to which a reserve library ot an- volumes of special worts are available tit Victoria on requesl from Ihe ceniral librarian. Tho board named :i committee of two and has asked the school toard, Uctted Farm- ers Women's Institute la select like committees to get on with tho of the library. The third feature of the session was the decision to take four pagea in the 48-page pamuhlet Ihe Eaat Kootenay boards of trade aud auto hssodattous aro issuiog for international distribu- tion to nttmct tourists to sec Iber Can- adian Rockies via Cres'.on, CranbrooJi, Pernie, Wind ermere and U o! dvn to Banff on traffic originating south and A meeting to complete arrange- ments 'for getting1 out the work is to fee. lield at Ferine nest week, and Messrs. Hayes and Mallandaine are the delegates from this board. Alfred Spencer of Nelson just been named accountant for 1S20 for Creston Fruit Growers' Union, and a new manager to succeed R. B, Staples urill be naraed any day now, Uelwaen tho sales of fruit and the !lour> feed and hay selling the Union, business fl.GM a dsy for 191P. .Crestbu la Iiaring a little variety to Its religion at present, last ma of the Blblo student! piston wro ivbtlo this week Elder Bronson of the Latter Day Saints' sect is hold- ing forth. Notwithstanding the cold anil H snowfall the elder had baptism in Canyon creek on Sunday afternoon, when four adults were im- mersed. Tho valley is at prjssnt enjoying its first real snowfall In two winters. A year ago there really no sleighing at. any tie year, while up till Sunday there never been two consecutive sleighing. During Monday anil Tuesday over a foot fell and the lumbermen and others are worWns overtime to take tho best advantage of it. Messrs! Staples and Mallandaine, been using JFordson and Cleveland Erector rwpectlvely jiower -to operate portable sawmills, lave abandoned this power hate TRAVERS HAD A LEAP YEAR DANCE TO-DAY ID medicines, as in ever; other ncCESiity, the public Is salW.ed but best! J eipi.vlsa lha demand for Sot only is thti gnil L-jLlm the best household remcSv iofaT, it Is' also" the "most ccaavajlcil. ZaQ-BuSi'i superiority !s due to :tie lict that It U nit medicine, con- Ulclng none, of the coarse animal 'fats or harsh mineral drupr, fouud In ordiaarr olntmenK. Ajain, rmedfclnal are so highly Vouceatrated t'uit they-contain tha' tDaiimum aniadnt of healing, eooth- and antiseptic power, EO that ft iittle of this baltn goes a. long 'fray. Another, reasoa why Zam-Buk 1ft iuosl ecoaomicel. It will keep ln- de.lnllcly and re-.iln to the last 111 and purity. Best for and Injuries, blood-poison- and piles. All 50c. bo I. ach brought in n trMtlon threshing engine, to drive their sawing outfits. Yhile the tractors developed suffi- cient power they could only handle a five-inch 'belt aud this proved entirely nadaquato when sawing in the larger timber. The faport trado.statement present- ed at tho board ot trade annual mcet- ng has a new and notable shipper on the list this year. The export of furs 'or the year just. ended Is valued at As indicating the eitant ol 1919 building operations the same statement shows thai over n million :cet oi lumber was "used locally. Our Own TRAVEHS, Jan. The leap year ball siren by tho O.W.V..V was well attended. The ladles showed grc-at courage in hunting up the partners and kept the hall merry until three o'clock, when "Home Sweet Home" was called. Tmrers now has It own orchestra, one we are proud to own. Mr. Ererelt Greennan has return- ed from Portland. He says Alberta is the place for him. Mrs. Greennau and daughter Hazelaro still in Port- land but are expected to return soon. Mr. James Marshall was called to Minnesota last week as his little son Allan Grant was not expected to live. Mrs. Marshall was jisiUns her father and sister there, and we were very sorry io hear later that the liitle boy died. Farmers aro busy hauling seed from ixnnonil. 1 must say time is something wrong with a farm- ers' elevator tbat will ship out its last kamel of seed wheat to foreign mar- kets when they know the farmers here will have to buy at the price asked. you wish we were back in Old (From Our, Own orreJEoMenl) f-RAXLEA, Jan. Nelson, who has been Iho guest of his brother, Mr. Fred Xelson for tho .past two weeks returned to his home In Sask- atchewan, Monday. The ilanco ih'Glcn Ecb'6 Bchoolhouse Saturday was not well attended ow- ing to the cold weather. Mrs. Graham nrrlved from Saskat- hewan Friday to be the of her istef, Mrs. S. Strand. Mr. Smith returned from Medicine Hat Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dalit Carlson entertain- d a number of friends at their home whist being'the feature] 'iho evening. Sis tables were at: Beautiful prlies were awarded, ho recipients belng.-ladies' first, Mrs. xmie Carlson, gent's first, 3Ir. Louie. consolation, Mrs. Graham and Mr. 'Mike Clancy. A dainty lunch was] served, after which quite a number ripped the light fantastic to the good music supplied by the host and other guests. Little Walter Carlson, who has been very sick the past two weeks Is now able to be around again. Mr. S. Strand of the Whalen Land company lost a valuable iiorse Thurs- day from distemper. The thermometer registered 35 Ontario where fho farmer has a few friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bannister returned to their home in StiHwjiter, Minnesota, after a risjt with their daughter, Mrs. Martin Foggarty. 'Mrs. Porrin mode a .trip to the Hat Tveek with her little daughter Catherine, where she left her to at icnd school. We are sorry Travers a school, if crops are favorable perhaps a school will built the following year. A number of young people attended the masquerade at Enchant. Travers orchestra iurnished the music. Mr. 'Myers of the Tenvilliger Graii company in Travers Thursday. Guy MrCaim has accepted the posi tion as buyer for the pany at Vulcan. JIo left Trarers las Saturday for 'hat point. BACR0HE Uf WHh Oil A harmless and effective: tion to relieve the ot Itim, Sciatica, Lame ilack and Lum- bago is Hamlin's Oil. It pen- etrates quickly, drives out soreness, tad limbers up stiff aching joints and muscles. You have no idea how useful il will be found in cases ot every dXv ailment or mishap, when there it need of an immediate healing, anti' application, as in cases ot iprainj, bruises, cuts, burns, bitej and Get it from druggists for 30 cents. IE not return the bottle get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? 'Just try Wizard Liycj Wkips, pleasant little pink pills, Taxalion and Reslriclions On Imports to Put Franc on Far Basis low here Friday and around the 35 mark. still continues FRANK MAN FELL DOWN BASEMENT STAIRS iProm Our Own FRANK, Jan. heavy snow fall Is disappearing fast with the soft weather the past two days. A.surprise whist drive was given at tho home of Mr. and Jlrs. Dials Friday evening. Mr. li. Durrcll our pusher engineer is very sick in the I.elhbridfce hos- pital. Mrs. W. ,C. Wehb is again on the tents. pleasant Guaranti ccd. sick liet. Coleman hockey lenm plays the Frank team at the rink Wednesday night. Mr. Wehb, night operator Tlurmis fell down the basement Blairs sustain ing painful scalp wounds and a sprain cd shoulder. -Mr. Webh says its his special feat (falling down.) L. At Diapepsin" corrects your Sour, Gassy, Acid awaits you I You don't want a slow remedy when your stomach is an uncertain a harmful fitotnach Is too valuable; you niusint Injure It with drastic drugs. 'Wlion your meaJ.i don't fit and you feel uncomfortable, when you teich Cases, acids or raise sour, undigested food. When you feel lumps of Indlges- Uon pain, heartburn or headache, from actnJly, just oat a lablftt o( Fapo's Diapepsin and the stomach distress fo gone. Millions of pt'oplo know ihe magic of Vajre'a as on antacid. They know that indlgeatlou anil dis- ordered stomach aro so needless. Tho relief comas quickly, no dtsappoint- mcnt! Papo's Diapepsln 'helps niiu- tralize the stomach acids so you can eat without (By Canadian Press Leased Wire) PARIS, Jan. Important-part of the proceeds of the new French, loan will be applied to the retirement of paper In circulation. This will he one of the essential features of tho government's plan to Improve tho fin- ancial situation of France, the soclated Press Is ablcJo Bay. Whether the now cabinet will favor i international financial conference to solve the question of eichngo and other urgent financial difficulties, has not as yet developed. Information re- ceived from the best sources Is thai the government had not intended to count upon such resources, hut Intends to take other prompt and .energetic measures. The reduction of the for mtdable sum of paper money In c'lrcul atlon Is considered a most necessary step and ns large a part as possible of the funds available from the'ne loan will bo applied to Ibis purpose The amount of hank bills fo ho retir ed will depend upon the size oJ the loan. Radical Increases In taxation to bal ance the budget and if necessary riglc restrictions on the Import of luxuriei to check the depreciation of the frani are other measures which have been decided The financial policy o tho French government Is to avoid n far as possible restricting trade with at! nations, particularly her allies and j associates And any prohibition of Im- ports will be measured only the abiidliile necessities of the exchange situation. Although !he gravity of the situs- Is (ully appreciated, it may be Bald there ts no panicky feeling In of- ficial circles, tho attitude being that tho necessary sacrifices must be made nt once and that they will he willingly made by the people. It lj estimated by persons in close touch with the problem lhat it will reciulre about five years for Franco to over- come- her financial difficulties. Need ?n Operation PARIS, Jnn. upon the exchange situation, the Kcani today says: "This Is one .of the gravest crises of tho last five years. Jf no remedy BAWDEN BROS. Annual February Furniture Sale THE ADVANTAGES THIS YEAR ARE DECIDEDLY MORE FAR-REACHING AND PRO- NOUNCED THAN AT ANY TIME SINCE WE BEGAN HOLDING THESE YEARLY SALES This sale hardly needs an introduction to the shop- ping public. It comprises reductions on practically every piece of furniture in stock, living room, dining room and bedroom, with but very few exceptions. If" "money talks" and "prices speak, for there's iittle more can about this sale, besides the proof of a sale is in the seeing, so come tomorrow whether or not. EVERYTHING MARKED Iff PLAIN FIGURES Odd Piecees at Big Reductions DINING ROOM FURNITURE GOLDEN OAK DINING SUITES Eight pieces, buffet, extension table and six chairs. Made of finest quarter sawn white oak In a 1 JC Cfl beautiful golden finish. Hog. Price 143.DU Another similar to above, but a PA smaller buffet. Ifeg. Price FUMED OAK DINING SUITE 'nuine kiln dried, selected, oak in. a rich fumed Bufflot, extension table six 1 J 7 C ft Regular flSO.OO. Sate Price SATIN WALNUT DINING S.UTTE 140.00 Bight pieces In a.mediiun sited suite in a rich walnut finish. Sale Price Dressing LEFT OVER F30M OUR REGULAR SELLING; ALSO DISCONTINUED LINES. DRESSING TABLES [Tory Dressing for.. Walnut Dressing Tlable, Bed and' Table, J122.60, for Circassian Walnut Dressing Table, iJllO.OO, for Old Ivory Finish, fllO.OOfor DINING ROOM TABLES Goldel Elm pedeMal dining table, 4S inch top, 6 ft ex- Sale oj 7p Price Fumed quarter cut oak. ped- estal style, 48 inch top. extends to 6 ft no OC Sale Price Bed and ret A A UO.UU o J 71" 04.f 0 BED ROOM FURNITURE BLACK WALNUT SUITE Beautiful black walnut' suite jof. four pieces: Dresser, dressing table, bed 'and rocker. This qual- ity suite today would be marked at 17C AA J275.W. Sale Price............... 11 3.UU OLD IVORY SUITE Well Jlnishei suite, medium sited dresser, drees- ing table has triplicate mirrors, bed has aolid panel ends. Complete with bench and rocker. nn nn Bale Price BEDROOM SUITE Satin Walnut dresser and dressing table; braes bed with ribbon finish; coil spring and all cotton felt mattress. Sile Price ODD CHAIRS AT LESS THAN TODAY'S WHOLESALE COST. SOME HAVE SEAT AND BACK UPHOLSTER 'ED, OTHERS SEAT ONLY. Wilton 10.00 23.75 The following are fairly repre- sentative of our offerings: Fumed Oak Ohair. Reg- ular 516.00. Fumed Oak Ch'air. Reg- ular J30.00. Sale Fumed Oak Chair. Reg- ular ?29.00. Sale Fumed Oak Chair. Reg- ular U8.75. Sale......... At leatt twelve more to select from at limilar reductions. Brussels CROCKERY DEPT. Axminster Terms: STRICTLY .CASH To those thinking about buying carpets our advice Is buy row. It will be a long time before you will buy carpets at these prices. Axmlntter, 9x12. Regular 162.50, Sale.................---- Ax ml rut tr, 9x12. Regular 165.00. Sale Wilton, 9x12. Regular J95.00. Sale 25 Wilton, 9x12. Regulir J110.00. Sale .........'........___ S9725 Wilton, Regular 187.50. Sale Wilton, Regular Sale 75 Brtitseli, Regular Sale..................... Briuieli, Rejular Sale Regular Sale t 36x72 in. Regular Sale Woven 27x54 in. Regular Sale................. 80c No Goods on Approval p or BEDS AND BEDDING WHITE ENAMEL Has two inch continuous with one inch' fillers. Sale I'rice This ono is straight post stylo with seven straight fillers, fjaic Price Continuous post hrass bed, heavy husk ornaments, 4Q 7C one inch fillers, ribbon finish. Sale Price Straight post style nrass bed, has heavy cap orna- incnts. Sale Price Other beds, up C 71 Crom v. v SPRINGS, Six only, anjle. steel framo, spring wKh heavy link or fabric. 4-6 ft. only. Regular Special I THREE ONLY, WOVEN WIRE 4 ft. S in. Special COMBINATION MATTRESS Centre filling of nanllary curled wood fibre with thick covering of felt all around. Regular ?14.75. Sale 10 If Price 1 J.f 9 Ofir Coil Spwgs Felt Mattresses are priced right 4.00 HQUSEPuTRNISHlNG DEPT. UPHOLSTERING AND DRAPERY MATERIALS SILK TAPESTRIES, DAMASKS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, We., HALF PRICE. FIVE PIECES value today at ?1.00 OA yard. Sale Price, yard OUC ASBESTOS TABLE Inches. Regular f or 52.76. Sale Price..................................... l.LJ ONE PAIR ONLY, TAPESTRY will mako syieiiuid couch covers. Regular Sale Price LINEN ORUGQET IL Protect your carpel o AA pet with one at this price. Sale Price................. J.vU STAIR DRUCGET Price, yard........................................... BRASS. EXTENSION CURTAIN to 64 Sale Price, 2 for.............................. BRASS EXTENSION SASH Price, 2 for.................................................. REMNANT TABLE CRETONNES, MARQUISETTES, VOILES, SPECIALLY PRICED. 9.00 3.00 35c 25c 35c UKCJED A STUDY OF WORKING CONDITIONS IN EASTERN EUROPE PABI3, Jan. that a commission of employfirs r.tul em- ploytica bo to study working conditions In Kaat European countries, Ul II, u iaal Jt llu H.-UHJUV i is possihle, if gangrene has Infected Hiusla, were made at yen- tho. only an operation will JenUy's session ot tho Intcnmtlonal save us. In financial language, tlii.i mfiftns or some- ff comjirasslor. of'cur dsit." labor conference, but tlicro war) no rlecfslori. Danger from political as- 2ta o( tho situation were pointed out and It was filially agreed to havo tho confert-nca consider a plan and con- sult the Lwigup of Nations officials regarding it. SI. Rokal, a Polish delegate, who pro- sonterl tlio Idcii) argued that know- ledgo of Kusalan conditions was neces- sary lo tlio application of labor agree' monta already approved. M. Despisnctioa ot Franco, suggest- ed equal rcprcaentallon by govern, mcnls, employers and employees at thn conference, when agricultural questions, reciprocity and immigra- tion regul.ilfons will be discussed. FLEISCHMAN ,SNUBBED NKW YORK.T-Rev, H. C. -VVftsmund, of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Brook- lyn, said lafo today he will not perform the Wedding ceremony of Julius Flelshina'nn wealthy yeast manu- facturer and former mayor of Cincin- nati, and Mrs. Mura Hylan Heming- way. Fleischman recently' was divorced by his wife: lira. Hemingway dlv vnrred her hustnnd Rp.veral years ago. Tho couple announced their wo.idlnE will ho_ at Mrs. Hemingway's home at 1 o'clock tonight. At Fleischmann's office It wftfl said plans had changed and that Rev. Paul F. Brooklyn, would perform the mony, Here's where you want lo lay Ttoi a Btipply of dishes. CUPS AND SAUCERS Large size clover leaf ud edge line, 6 for 1 dozen for ..........i. Plain white cups, nice shape and not so heavy. 0 for 11.30. n PA 1 dozen for fc.JU DINNER SET '97-piece set ot Japanese China In a pretty conventional border de- sign wilh small rose wreath. Less than'.wholesale'. {52.50-for been ONTARIO HOSPITALS MORE GOVERNMENT AID TORONTO, Jan. tives of various hospitals In .Ontario will, waft on the provincial govern- ment today and nnk for Increase ot }itty conls a day for patients In tho provincial asslstfinco to hospitals, which ia now for each pallont In, public wards. ;