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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1930 'THBT.ETHRRIPGR DAILY HERALD Compelled to Gala Livelihood By ShowiBf Half-WittMl Yftutk SUthU of LoMloB 'LONDON, iia. M. Freii nude yeflerday by uit Admiral Beatty ot a Mansion House Meeting to consider the consolidation of societies for uslcttag demobilized officers and subsequently demabUlMd jnen. When the London headquarters word Dually established It lug- cestcd that branches be formed In the Dominions.' i Admiral Beatty Instanced a recent t sample, of a natal commander, aged 33, who was married and who was re- duced to live pounds capital and his wife's jewelry. He managed to by showing a half-witled youth tho tights of London. Marsha! Ha if declared It Was not merely tho government who-were re- sponsible, Lul tbe honor of evory in- dividual, was involved. He added list there were proportionately more hard I'.ises amoug olncers than among men. The manner in which'the government withheld m oncy due I heso' s u S or'or's was scandalous, ho said. THEY do i feu coughs, and allied complaints. For over 60 ycirs thty Livi'nlifd f.' for prompt the Vt shn evv1? b.-fqrc the importance Syrup on hand for LUMBER COMPANY BUILDS A BRIDGE AT E TKIRTHB. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) FKRN'IE, B. White Spruce Lumto Co., are preparlnc' tq build a across the Elk River near the LuruVer Co. mill which they have purchased 'and will move the many small houses adjacent thereto .to. the new mill site on Hart- ley' thereby savin z a ha.nl ot some four Mbw K. A.- O'CallMhan, ot ttw staff oC lie school, has and will leave on Suiday. morning for Tacoraa, where >he bas accepted a position with her brother who U an automobile dealer. The Cash Heat Market which has been ppe'ratefl for over two years by Harry' Frank Greenwood, has bwu these gentlemen to Joseph Wai kley, proprietor ot the Cranbrook Heat Market. SAN A.NTOXIO, Jan. Barou Oteri, Japanese minister -to Mejtlco, has made arraneemenfs with lea Mexlcon federal government and witli agencies in Jujian for the coloniz- ation 61 several tliousand Japanese in the states of Sonora, Lower Califor- nia, Slnalca and Colima, on the vest to a dispatch from Me'ilco Clly received today by a Mei- Ican newspaepr published here. The Mexican government, the. dis- patch says, has-assured Baron Otori (hat Japanese. Immigrants wiil bti 'given'adequate protection from ban- dits., V REFUSES DECORATION LONDON, Jan. Canadian PreflB N'ayior, chair- man of the London Labor party and I secretary of the 'Composltora' Society, In declining the proposal to appoint him an officer of the Order of tho Brit- ish Empire, writes yesterday thanking Premier Lloyd George for his kind o'-. fer hut stating that he felt that dls- of this kind are "out of .dale in lliis democratic age, and carry .with them; political obligations fo'r which" r would' bfe unable to assume rcsifonslbillty." j and dusfig- which: wan even She rcmernbcrecj did fpr.chapned ,i .Iiaiids s.nH put on fnenthdiaium It healed til o poor lip gently very next day it was "Kcr'' Joe cari5e''on 'Sunday ft WGS a frierifl need '_. .f a Kc.ncl cplj: TAe Lille Nuuc for Lt'tltc lilt'' KILBANE.VALGER S1GNE! iJ" NEW .YORK, Jin. from ,conlinuod to Incrcaso today while .tbersj la a decided drop in the number pfr cases reported to the health, department. U3 deaths troif tbe disease, all Increase of {our over yestorJsy's wird figures In the present epMemlc. while the number of new cases totalled a decrease of 631 over those of the jmevlous day. There were m deaths and Sll new cases of :pneumonia, decreases of six and ttam yester- day's figures. AT WIVE PER CENT Fund started at 11 Jn the mornUig. then advanced by various stages .to UH, where a sale tools place, after v.hich further selling occurred at nnd.the advance continued to J2 per'meet are being formed by the cent, both'In ._ where the markercloseij after a ralrty Sk! ?lub-. Al> f.ctive day's operations. to Dartmouth Universlly lo No explanation for the Increase was to compete here on the 19th, 30th offered by bankers beyond pointing to Slet of February, Wlllluu, SKI-1NQ MEET PLANMOBi MONTREAL, Jan. far International Mean TORONTO, Jan. York funds soared to new high levels Tester' _._ ._ ___ _. ._____ _t day, reaching! 13 per cent., or almost Uie. general conditions so often ipen-j'and Mlddlesoury are' also to a full above the previous hljU. tloned of late. RICHARD GARNER Wbo died nt Chaftunooaa. Tcmies-l see. Ho was a noted, traveler aiid' hunter, wlio.se chief fame come from .his claim that'he'discovered thci lan- guage of the monkeys', aud had used it; to talk with one of thd animals In. tljo Conep.'.. Additional Sport Old Country Scores CLEVELAND, O., Jan. Kilbane, featherweight' champion of the world, has signed articles to meet BCIIUT New York, in an eight-round bout at Newark, N.J., 'on February 16. Vnlger is to weigh 124 pounds 3 o'clock. Kilbane will box at' caicb.. weight. j LONDON, Jan. Cauadlau second round for the English Cup played today resulted as follows: Birmingham, 4; barlitigtou, 0. Luton, 0; Liverpool, 2. Wcstham, 0; 0. Chelsea, Swinrlon, 0. Burnley, 1; Suriderland 1. Bradford, 3; 2. Manchester United, 1; Ashlou 21 Barnsley, 1. Leicester, 3; Manchester City 0 Notts. County, 1; MIddlosbro, 0 Bristol, 1; Arsenal, p. Bradford City, SUefflclr! United, Newcastle, Huddertfield 1. _ Tottenham, 4; .West Stanley, 0. 0; 0.': .1; Coventry, 0. Notts 3.: Bristol; Rovers, 2; Brjgliion, 3. Brentford, a; Northanipton, 0.. Merthyr, 0; Portsmouth, -2.- Norwich, 3; Bristol 0 Reading 2; Mlllwal'l, 0. Swansea, 0; Exeter, 1. Jan. Canadian Dally Chronicle declares it Is -proposed la Itaiid a million, pound" Donilnlon Club on tliii site of ho fanitius'Devonshire House, Picca- dilly. Tho Duko of t'oimaught Is said p b6 for the project, wliich originated with Sir Ernest Halcli. A. powerful supporting committee in- clude.s Lord'.Ilalg and Lord Beatty. flans. for ladies' and men's sections of tho ciub'already have biicn submlt- ed by the president -of the Royal Academy 'and are being given ample residential accommodation. I Bracing 'jlatys for :trot- 3'hnvc been allotted as Healthy Over y of dogged, active ci all the difference Yo or between vi cheerful life fail _ indigestion, blues there is nothing on earth eogood asCjrtniLmk'UwrPUiPurelyvegetablf, Sniall Dcte-SKaO MM great iwrve and R blood tonic for Ncnrovnwsf, and Fqule Weakacn. COME TO- SKATING CURLING 192Q WNTER CflRMIUflL GRAND CIRCUIT RACE DATES Open at Cleveland, July S and Close {Atlanta 'October, 18. Grand Circuit ters' and' pacers Toledo, July" 12 to "17. ,to 2-1 Columbus, July 31. August.2 'to 7. Clevclnrid, Oliio, August 9 to" 14. Phljadelphla, 1C to 21 Poughkceiisic, N.V., August 23 to 20 lleadvillo, August 30 to Sep' ,.r v 6 to 11 13 to' IS. Columbus, Ohio, September 20 to Oelober.2; Ix-iington, Ky., October 1 to.1C.' Atlanta; Octqb.er IS .to 23. 'ALLEN MILLIONAIRE Cincinnati Catcher Made His Money in Also Wealthy. -.Babe Iluth Is not llie.moneyed man among-tire bail .players of the major leagues. Nick compdlan-catchei' of the Cincinnati.Reds, is piling up a fortune in 61! along'with HcJjel.O.ikes. formerly of (lie. Cardinals and Hcds and (he Plttsburc Federal League clulu.' it is said, liaa become a millionaire. Allen has not yet rcacii- ed his first million, bufho is on the way., toward it rapidly.... It is doubtful .will- return 'to'.baseball next season.: eMtimmn retmd of Bring jam riuUe.' and.Kidak ilhtkilniM Tak QHM. Entflv a -Me fun tW twi Fob. 2 to 15th tnltitnttttii A t w H. REGINA HEGINA SisK Hn J-c glna bunspiel enlercd npon Itio set bnd "stage'today uiiilqr'splendid con. dllions as Vegat'ds weather-anrl nlleiTd 6f players flie days play very-slow, and-now-thai, the cur- lers fll Arrived in lirj city tlicrc kecn'coripetillon for pruet Tli, big feature toilaj' the Imperial Life event in which the storing as fory. many games ending in one- vi6tor1es esceplionjIK stiff flglit was ed belivccn cnnv Vberncthj and "McKec Rcgira wltlci went S'lo 6 for STANDARDIZE SWIMMING RECORDS NEW YOHK, Jan. 1.6 bring alioiil adoption of rules which would standardize swimming records havo been made by llie N'allonal Col- icglato Athletic Association. I'roiilf. ncnt athlntiu authorltlt-a have been asked to olfpr Riiggcations tp 6orrccl defects in tho present Two fanlls charged by llie commit- lee are that [ho numerous turns In' a shorter inrifc giro an advantage in time over a longer lank nt the same distance estimated al one second for each, lurn and llial in race starts com- petitors nrr! sometimes an ncl- vanlagc a swaying start. Capt. .Perlgord, mc-vher of ttib Frencli rri'ssfon to thu Uni- ted States, former SI. Paul priest, Is lo ho married Hoon in Pasadena to Miss Emily prominent, socifr ty girl. The announcement created a stir In Catholic, circles at St. Paul. Pcrlgoi'd prohalily will be cxcoinmuni- caled, it was said TORONTO CHURCH DESTROYED Jan. Presbylerlari church, Hloor street east, :bla city, Ws destroyed oy fire short- after tilts evening. The losS is csllrn'iited at about Tho origin of thejlrb Is unknown. vlled, Why pay high prices for tea when BLUE RIBBON, the best tea in this or any Got Rid The Cough vf hat Sticks i Some.coughs seem hard 16 shake off right, to you liusplte of all you do to get ridiof them. Those ai-eCthe kind of couglis that nre .weaken the lungs soJhat'the gernis or consumption find a' Wo..knows that will euro Uial won't let-goMIke Dr.! Wood's Norwaj Pine SyrupJiivf....; It. allaysitbeJnflammiUlon.-sooines tho Irritatlonjjiand heals the diseased mucous liningiol thcvlunga'and bron- chisl tubes, !r Mrs. Leo Petite de Qrat Bridge, "Last winter I had c'ougli: that kept-inc In llie house- fojr. 'over, two. months.. I tried soveral, c'ongh remedies, out giit no relief.) 1..was almost. discouraged wlien'.it grocer here offered mo a, bo'ttle of Norway Pine! Syrup. one my! coughing: began, lo cease. I took two1 more! and completely Get tho genuine Dr. Wood's Norway Pino .Syrup; :put up in wrap- 3 pine, trees tho trade mark'; price 25c manufactured only by The T. Milrjurn Co., Limited, To- ronto, LIFT OFF CORNS WITH: FINGERS Doesn't hurt a bit and only few cents costs laugh'. Apply a few- drops ri lift sore, touchy corns right oft. Nopain.' Yea, magic! A few ccnls tmys a liny bottle of the .magic Frcezono nt any drug store. Apply a fow ilfopa of Freczonc upon a lehder, aching com' or a callus. In- stanlly lha. corn or cal- "stops hurl ng. th'.ir aliort'y yon lft.lt out. root and all, without any pain, soreness or These Ht- tlft bottles of Krcezono contain Just trough to rid tho feot of every.hard corn, soft the foesj and the ralluaCR .on-bottom of feet. So easy! So simple. Why'wnll? No hil.'jbuglr-Advc at 75c per pound WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S (HullBlock) Phone 662 For February New Song Hits Latent Dance Numbers Comic Songs There Evtr a Pal Uke Never Knew Operatic Arias Concert Songs Instrumental Solos VcfiMcLon 21WSO Wiini YIM Partat He Dream Stalin? Trie 216094 in Hat Apin Ctiark? ilirrrlon 21M8S On Miwii Q.thtilit Fox Trot 21M7< Lore Vyia rind anJ-tinMr KIKPWS (And Tret .Htnri'sOrcheflrt. ImClirabbf Movnttint-One-Sleti FoxTrat 2IMM1 _ i Her Mte BMM He Mi DreMbf ta te TwBtbt MMt (Wwrs Are BwldiBJ; 'FoxTrot Wtit Till Them Up hi the At, Kity (he WtifrtM