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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1010 KKTunrnpiu: OTTAWA, Jan. S. 'ArkeD. DouiliikM IJvesiot'X coinmlBaloncr, Is iioiy ou Ills way to England in ton- with the situation tlial has developed af fee line tbo cxjwi meats trail other animal products from this roiUluciU. A statement unnounc- iuff his rjep-irlMTV nitil Ills mission oversea, JsiutJ tbo minister ol HgUcuUiua today, reviews Lbo condi- tions now tsxlQS llic Canadian live- ftock industry and Hie nwat exjiorl liusliH-FS anj (he sitps lakon lo '_r. Irvine sIissiM uudc-rf ia slill einh range r. meeting here. 1: vine, it is .iVurinjj lu nr- "irrt- v cri> no ijd no Irouhl the mai- touncil, jicr It, i? xhi: IJKIVO objcciion i n Kzlslifcviki rnon, bill is ly no t-onnocilon bei'-vi-on liic irailc.- coum-il anri Lliis nnlier. Arc' Vout hands chipped, ciacked or acre'2. Havis and bleed the akin drawn light J Have, you A cold core, trfjst bite, chilblains, 01 a "raw" place, which at limes It Agony lor yoi; lor go' nbout your houssbold so, 2am-Buk wHl give you iclioi; hesl the Anoint Ihe tore places ai'mgJil, rich healing easencenvill Eir.k ini'o the end the smail- ing, and will heal qtiickVy. Mrs. YcllcD, of Por'llind, "My haiijj Keru' 10 Mto and crafted iljat it was lo thtm ntir 1 did co.tUey. wo-jld im. bu'n es if h.irl fifaldcl them, J 3" uile unablo lo ctt relief from anjl ret cr-.thcra unlil Uriel ZnB- KiiQ {If rjcctwiecl nil else fsilcd: It closed tho big n.stitc, iriflimrnetion. and in r. Tflrj1 ilioil Lime hailed my L1 LONDOX, Jan. As- fiociatcj Times and-Dally Mail today contain npy.reciatlyo arti- cles concerning the Canadian trade rnlssiou, which is JIOTV established here uniltfr Moyd Harris. "Canadian says the Times, 'liave been Invited to sswl lo Jxuidon representatives willi IiiU in- lonuatlon concerning the production i and prices with samples. Tfae men wHI lie enabled to gel to touch -Tvitli Eovornmeats or different European countries and with individuals. "The IlrUlEli laanufacturcrs may also claim the help of the mission. II must not be supposed, h'oivevcr, lliat the mission Ms a kind of elaborate CDDiiJirt-cial traveller. H is minor an attempt to bring tvro portions of the empire into closer realization material wealth and mutual conuner ciul benellL Tho Kcneral mcESSfie 01 he mission. Is that Canada, liavms dcmonstrafetl in critical her In dustrial atirt commercjal qualities, nou secky ft fair lidd and no favor. Canada lays stress mwn." OCCUPY STIIASSDUHG, Jan. 20th division of the French urmy (oth.y for- inally orcuptcd Die l-jwn of Kohl, on tbe oppopitft of t'u1 from SlrassburR, in attonhnuf -with ihc now armistfco (prm.i rcat-Jjcd on Jnw. 15. of RUMANIA COMPLIES WITH ALLIED WISHES PARIS, Jan. has compiled With; of the peace conference 'regarding exten- sions ot territorial occupations by withdrawrng from a part of Buko- wina, adjacent to Rumanian terri- tory, says a dispatch to Ihe PetH Pa'riaien from .Ciernowllch. The the dlspatcVi stales, have1 retired behind the lint of de- limitation. Troop Trains arc Arriving Ev- ery Day at Medicinp Ilat Now LolliLiidge winy expect' from this time forward la weU-cnie returning Eoldlcra practically every day of the] until all the boys who went over liere to put the Hun jn Ms, placo arn i ack. The boys are drifting iri, >in- ounced and unannounced, and'it is urprising how many return in a week. "his morning three troop trains arrir- d In Medicine Hat, and definite ivord was received that R.-A. HafTcrn, T. A. S. Hiifhson, A. Paul, J. II. Wntlwork. D. ?1 W. J- Bryan and It. T. Dell had arrived at Ibat point and oarded the nriernoon train arriving his afternoon at 4.IK. ArranEemonls verc Immediately made by the Sold1 ers Welcome CorainiUse lo meet, the joys, anil the Rotary Club, the qrgan- zatfon having charge for this" week, vfll be on liand. In adrtilion to Ihtose who nre arriv- ng this alternocn the following Leth- ee boys arc known to hare reach- ad (he JIat this morning: JJessrs, Udell, Sharp, Cobb and Powell. The C. P. officers here also have word lhat three more troop .rains (ire arriving at Medicine Hal :hia atternoon Ijehveen! o'clock and It 13 expected several raoro '.clhhrldgo. and Southern Albcrla s will be passengers on them. FRENCH DENY IT PARIS, Jan. report lhat some negotiations'are in prj- (jresa regarding .'an a'rangemenl through which Gibraltar would turned ovir lo Spznish juris- diction is denied in the Paris edition of the Daily Mail in to- day's Issue. I'AHlrf, Jnn. 2Q--- The women France have nndortnjica ;i b'e projrnin TO promote 'he welfarp of Ficnch .V nuinliTfr of plans were lo to the nctMa of French ivonTanhtrod rjsjjig oni of the war. They include model liomes tor cn-.Trtoyed women in Paris end iii big Frenc's inrfustrinl centre's and women's hoTclp. at cliicf Krtiich porls where may await vessels ?all. MAY BE HUN PRESIDENT BERLIN, Jan. an- nouncement of the riUreminl of Arthur von Gwynner as manag- ing director of tht Dculscjie Bank lends color lo a rumor circulated In Berlin today Ihjt he Is expect- ed to be effected president of tht German republic. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE INSTRUCTED BY J. S. STETSON THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOR SALE HIS STOCK, IMPLEMENTS FURNITURE On 5th AT PORTEOUS AND TAINTER SALE BARN, TABER 13 EcMlnc.' 5 oW, weight 1SOO; 1- marc. years olil.'wclynt 1300. 1 4 jcnra old, weight HOO; 1 more, C ycarabid, wcljlil USD; 1 maro, 11 ycnrs oM, weight J350; 1 Icnm EclillUBB. weight 2700; 1 ninre. 7 years, welglil 1 maro, years' Old; 1360; I m.iro, Shears oldr weight 1000; 1 2 ycirs old.'weight 10.00; 1 1-ycar-olil liorio coll; l-jrcarold 62 CA'TTLET-I cows, sobn; 1 yearling siccra; 5 afcera; 1 2-ycnr-oM head or calves; 1 Jlere- ford'tulk 2 ycnn.olil. This Is nn extra lino hunch of'calllo, and bliyoVa 'should- not miss this talc. i 1 IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, Peering drill, JO Inch, 1 Cockfhiill, 16 disc; 1 McCornHck mower; i Slandard cream' scriRnUor; I John Uecrc sulky breaking v'ow; 2 sclo IrCTYyrisTncBs; 1 rlnglo buety; id lieary holisklehs, noir; 1 fumed oak library set; 1 dining room act, walnut 1 oafc commode.-1 oak dresarr; 1 brass nnd mnltreas; 1 oak dining 1 Ilellc Oak Kcater; sanllary coltrh; 1 .liflllrcisi; 1 range. kllclien kitchen Inlile; 2 kitchen nntcnills, dlalies, chnlns, and-Tarloni olher grtlcles loo numerous [0 mention. SALE AT TWELVE O'CLOCK 9HARP and' lurniture cash; horiM and machinery time will be given until October 1, 1919, on approved notes, Interest 10 per bent. (0 ftr cent, discount far cash. W. A. POJtTEOUS, E. B. TAINTED Clerk 'S STRENGTH Mother, whose, hands rock ihe cradle, often needs more than ordinary food to help maintain the blood-quality and strength and lo assure adequate nourishment io the child. It is :as unwise for the mother, as it is dangerous to the child, to place'dependence upon alcoholic stimu- lation, for strength is not founci in alcohol. of purest cod liver oil, absolutely Free from harmful drugs, is mother's true friend, in that it performs a two-fold duty. Scott's is tonic-nourishment, particularly fitted for the trying period ol motherhood. SCOTT'S EMULSION BUILDS UP STRENGTH. ll a Bawnc, ToTOnlo. ont- 8 One thousand dollars in one flay tor tho betterment of educallon In Canada, is tlm aim of ttia Jlotary Club iti Its campaign which opens tomorrow. Fcbni.ary 1. Tomorrojv members of the notary CIuli will.make n systematic, canvass or the citizens of ivrio have been Impresari by the Icrlurn of E. Leslie IMdgcon, of Winnipeg, wllli the ncoil of a national campaign for tlio belter teaching ot ciilcs In Llic schools of C.inada, Tlio campaign promises to be a.greal success locally. Already a nubber of subscriptions have bcon received, a. fiuriRlantlal from C. S. ifcblc, of Xobleforri, fnls morning being prool nC llic bchlml the campaign peals lo the Ic.iirlng citizens; of the south. The local clnlj Is out to raise llic whole thnusanil ilollnrs In one day, flnd with tnc tlicv'pcp- plD of Lcthhrirtgc they will rta.tli I'AUIS. Jfln. has tn'o inr.tlers of jinrllcuKir InlcrcaL hi tlio BcKlcTncnl of war Germany for coICro nraill farcttl to .icll lo short ly nfttr ,1110 war and furin.i which nrc 6n dcpcslt, and n claim to shlpa Infcrncrt In IJrAzrlinn waters rind held by ftrazll ?bo entered "the war. Thosr >vrrr nullified by Dr. IVAsofl, liruij of I3M1 gatlon to tin; crinlcrcnco; hr.llio course of nn Interview printed. In the MEN'S SUITS Regular for............ Regular for................ Regular for........: Regular for............... Regular for Regular Regular BOYS' SUITS Regular for............... Regular for............... Regular (or............... Regular for.......'......... Regular for Regular for...... Regular for............... '3t5.FlfVrH STREET SQUTH. PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY SPECIALS Otrictly lew Laid Eggs PER DOZEN Watch our week end prices from now on. Lower markets looked for. Choice Creamery Butter 2 Pounds for 11 Some Very Low Prices Tomorrow on Choice Cuts of Beef and Pork Large Supplies of Turkeys, Chickens, Fowl WATCH OUR FISH SALES EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. P. CO., Ltd. Dominion 4lh Avc. and 6lh SI. S. Phone 1854. Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7SS4 Main Avenue Soulh. Phones 412 and 1388 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7952 Palace Street North. Phone 431 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7953 The Forum On Sunday, the 2nd, the Well Known Orator Wm. IRVINE, of Calgary Will be. the Speaker, His subject is "THE CHANGING Woodrow Wilson and Uie Open Forum One of the valuable ICESODB of my life was due (o the fact Idat at a. early ape in my experience ns a -public speaker I had the priTllegB of speaking In Cooper Union In New Yort. The audience in Cooper Union 3s made up or every kinrt of niatrand wornau, from (he poor devil who sJmjjJy cojnes jii lo kceji wanh uj) lo the man wlio lias come in to lake a serious part In the tliscusslou nf [He cveniog. 1 want to lell you this, lhat in the questions that are asked (here after tho speech Js orer. most penDirallug questions ilia I J have ever addressed to me' came from some ot the men who were Ihc least well dressed in tin; audience, came rrom the plain fcllQwa whose muacle is daily up against the whole slnigsle of lifi- TJiny asked questions thai to the heart or the business and put me oil my mctlle to answer them. 1 fell as 1[ those qucslions camo as a voice oul of life ilself, not a voice oul or any school less severe lhan the school of experience. As questions diEcuFsions arc allowed at these meetings hope lhat the "plain TellowB whose muscle, is daily up against struggle ol life" wlJ] bo there to Lake an part Infill? discussion and also be ready with questions. PLACE, STARLAND THEATRE, Doors open at 3 p.m. Children unaccompanied by parents not allowed. There will La a musical programme. TWELVE THINGS TO REMEMBER The Value of Time The Success of Perseverance The Pleasure of Working The Dignity of Simplicity The Worth .of Character' The Power of Kindness The Influence of Example The Obligation of Duly The Wisdom of Economy The'Virlue of Patience The Joy of Originating The Profit of Experience Al.KO IIpMBMTJEIl TO CAM; Oil SRSI) TO TUB LETHBRIDGE HERALD FOK ANYTHI.VG I.V THE OP PHINTI.VO. THlftTKKM YBAK9 Of ACC'BI'T.UILB ;