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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY.. JANUARY 31, 1920 T1IE LETHBRIDOF DAILY ilRFALD. PAGE MM! 1: THE IDEAL COLLIERY, HABITABLE HOMES FOR YORKSHIRE MINERS. f.. CALGARY, Jan. Industrla.1 ceiisas of the province, which wlU in- cliUo all Information about I he Intlus- Irlos at iho prcseui time operating In Alberta did will be tbe first effort to compile such' statistics, will be under- taken "at the beginning f( February by the Alberta Industrial Development Association. During the recent execu- tive 'sessions hold of this organization unj (he ludusrtlal Consrcss, held la Ibis for this work were fullv discussed. The Inclustrail census Is the flrst' step In the active cam- paign th8 Association for the sup- port of Alberta Industries and tba pro- motion of Alberta manufactured gools. It will e'utili a good deal of work and a special man Is to be employed who has a; genera! kiHwledge of Ihe prov- -ihcc Industrially and Is particularly cxpcrienced'along these linos, i At the recent executive meollnes the members voiced opinion that OHO of the first things ihey ought to was.an active 'and aggressive I support of the Industries alreniy suo' ccssfully operating In They also felt 1 hat it was ot prime Importance for them to have accurate information'as to' the number and character of the industries located in 'Alberta. ATTACK POLICE BARRACKS YQUGIIAI, County Cork. Ireland, police barracks at Ard- Coiiuty VVaterforii, six miles oast ot bore, ivcro attacked for two hours early this mprnjnp. One person was. injured. De-Sails of'the are lacking. TEETH By Kea'P. M.D.. D.D.S. Loss of the Temporary Teeth All temporary tooth 'that absces- sed must be removed. There must bj no ileiay. Harnilcss abscesses do not eriaL If your-.c'hild' Is carrying poison In its arid-, yoa know it, are you willing to asSumo the, responsibil- ity when the little one suffers- from systematic, infection or :do you ..ex- pect to place the blame upon an all- wise "Providence." .Every child's If Tea or Coffee Disagrees the quick and easy way to satisfac- tion and better health is to drink mouth should bo examined at quent Intervals to find out or not there is decay or both. lu many cities and towus in this country and in Europe there are lie school clinics where tho children's mouths-are examined and where re parative work is done.' In many slates the public health boards B cud out, dental clinic committees examine the mouths of children in the country] and small .town districts so that the parents may informed on the con- ditions that arc present in the niautlist of their children. The interest taken; in these clinics is very great, in Jan- uary, 1920, an examination clinic'was being held by Iho Minnesota Public j Health commission In a far northern district, where the temperature ivas below zero and the s n o w two feet deep. One country school twenty miles away bundled up there'bob-sled; loads of-little tots anrf sent them to be examined. The people of that klnt. ot a district appreciate their child- ren and aro going to ralso thorn up to .bo strong, healthy citizens. Thuse clinics are for the purposo of inform- in? the parents what sliould-lje dptit and the parent can then take the child to the lientlst of their choice, and have the child's mouth put in ord- er. "When yon get (i school report In your child's mouth, appreciate it by following instructions. Sonux Intonating evidence was giv- en before the BriUsh Coal Conimlulcm with regard to tho deplorable housing in certain win lug districts of England. Happily these conditions ire not universally prevalent. Brods- worth colliery, near Doncaster, ap- to bo run ou Ideal lines. A. tnod- el village has bcou huHt tor the- min- ers; their houses are- well built, and a. club-house has recently been provid- ed. The upper picture at tbe right shows a group ot bounce, and at tho left la Hamuworlh Hall, which has hpen secured as the clubhouse. Ju the circle is a gHnipse of a miner's home, showing Ms wlfo at Oitf piano, C. P. R. WILL ERECT r COALING PLANT, FERNW (Special to the Herald.) i" PERXIE. Jan. 0. P. T R, Tins intenttao to construct a coal loading plant ,iu Fternle durljqr the present year. DODH'S KIDNEY This pure cereal has not increased in price. Yoiill be pleased with its flavor, Theres a Reason FRENCH-WAR COUNCIL Jan. nouncement-is made that in addition (o Marshals Joffre, Focli and Detain, the French superior war council' for year will be composed of the following generals: Humbert, Malstre, Hcrlhelot, Guillaume, Neyill, Man gen, Debeney, Rancher Goults and liuat. General Franchet d'Esperey, couiinander-in-chief of. al- lied armies in the Near East, will be retained in that capacity, for present at least, OPEN SHOP IN B. C. .LUMBER CAMPR VANCOUVER, B.C., Jan. (By Canadian Co- Eumbia Cogging camps are to be operated on thfr open shop basis commencing Monday. This deci- sion has been arrived at by the members of the British Columbia Logging Association, and 56 of the largest camps throughout the province will be affected. Jan. W.m.l- peg is to be a milklcss city next winter, and that the Crescent Creamery Company at the time Is losing money and cannot con-1 4> llnne In business, and that tho local Hc .situation, In the opinion of Ju'dga H. A. Robson, is not a mat- ter tor li federal conirolr'aml in case jurisdiction of the hoard is sustained hy the .supreme court in the- case against tbe Crescent the CANADIAN, DOLL.V IN N. Y. DROPS TO od CENTS NEW YORK, Jan. new higli record in the premium on Canadian money waa reach- company wil! make formal appeal for a change In the milk order, were the main features brought out this fog. at a brief-session of the board of j commerce here, conducted by II. Whit- ed this morning when It was RelieveYour Rheumatism For 2Sc. NR does it by improvioe and tix logical way. NR Relief or No Pay Thcra era vital procesjcs of human t ion of food, the extraction of nourishment from It and tbQ elimination ot tbs p I Former Magistrate Win. J. Hughes, ot Philadelphia, now 69 years old, and father of 13--chlldroii, has just passed the State bar law exams. at 12 per cent In an official quarter it was staled per cent, was paid. Offi- cials in. tho foreign exchange department of the Bank of Montreal here said that no cause could be assigned for the 'increased rate other than tho condition prevailing in sterling exchange. Let anything Interfere irttK____ them Interrupted or .mproptrlj- carried on, and eickaei ot kind follows. Poor OIscstEon and snalmlU- iion, means to Derive full nourishment from and that in turn, often meao3 Im- poverished blood, anemia, etc. Poor' elimination mcatia an accumulation of matter which poisons the body, lowers vitcltly, dfxircares tho power of re- elstance to disease and J cods to tha of zcanr acrioua ills. to fntfrfer- with the process of cllinl nation, failure to set rid of certain body bs expected to yield to any mcdtcina that'fails to correct tho condition responsible for It. Could any reasonable person expect to rid ot rbeumutlo piln M" 03 J. D. H1GINBOTHAM CO., LTD., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. rhramitlo EolKm ta kBtnrid 15 main In the body. I Think cf It uptilop Ihe txa ot Niturt'i ftcraedy