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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HHIOAY. MAHCH 4. (Wi J Ht DAILY PAGE ELEVflfj Calvin Coolidge, Vice-Pfes. WASHINGTON. March Coolldgo In the firm. Mnuohun-Jtti limn lo hold the office of vlue-prenl- ilunt dlnci! Henry Wllnoii lerved In Hie. wrond (.Irani aihninislraUon ut'tir- ly Jitiir t tommy ago. His advunt into ottlce adds to the prominence of bis state lir nat'lohal Kovernnient of- fairs Tor it Is regarded almost.cer lain, that Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, will be again rhosi'n UK republican leader it; the senate, and Hep. Fred- crick II. Giiiett as sneaker of the honuo. Should Mr. (.illicit succeed himself. a preside over each branch, 6t COIKKHB.. a most un- usual cbincideia'v More'ttnnsual still is the tact'that both Mr. Coolidiie and Mr. GilleU-ifionw- from {he same con- sressionat'district. 'Northampton, the I mine. of th'o .vice'.presitlent being in the same district as Sprinjlield, the home of tjna'sjieiikw. Moth meb. arc sracluatesj'6f college. is entering upon service In the .Held but fop he. haa btM active in'' tlio .political. scr-. vice of his 's'tate, rising from mein- bershtp jiv-. ixumdl of his city sin-ei'iitfiS of s- Sfcuni Spot Light of conndmice strike when he was K'KUUturo Including a term prod itent of the flcnaU und tben KB Itauteu- atit liovernor und Ilimlly 111 (orernur he hud heeu electflit wltb In- nmjorllleK culminating in after tno police guln elected gov- ernor liy a plurality of Llvet Quiet Home Lift i'robably the most part ot Mr. t'ooliddo is hlK honiu life, liver since his Wrrlago 15 yearn ago, to Miss Oraco Uoodhue, of Burlington, Vt.. a University of Vermont grad- uate whom he met n school teacher in Northampton, lie hua lived a ttiitet, modest life, most of the tho Khadow of Smith College in a houae which he has rented for 132.00 a. month. "Save, no matter what your salary otajr antl, ait has alwuyp kll BUM enjoyed bayoad t oottu tu- coiue turuml In public ufllco onfr mea- retu.-m from hli luw b v none." Settled Police Strike i V i It was this intensive study fairs ot state that first attracted to him the attention of prominent Re- publican Readers notably the late Sen. ator Murray Crane of Massachu- setts. For a number of years these watched the development of his career-.with a view to directing him into the national political arena. Their opportunity cams when the specta- cular Boston police strike, during his first term as governor, attracted nation-wide attention. The -crisis which was precipitated by the strike, according to these friends, merely revealed the powers ;ind courage of the man, and they frankly'and openly seized the oppor- tunity to press for hia claims for the David K. Houston, former secretary of the treasury, has uot made defnite plans-for the future, but has several offers under consideration. Fie waa a university professor before entering the cabinet in 1913 as secretary of ag- riculture, but has not decided whether he will return to educational work or enter the commercial field. He been head of the treasury for a yr.ar and also it member of the FederaJ Re.- serve Board, Chairman of the Board for Vocational Education and a mem- ber ot" tho Council ol National. De- fense, i .John Barton Paiyne, who has been secretary of the interior for a year, plans to make his liome ill Washing- ton, but will devote some of bis time to the Chicago park project in -which he was a moving spirit before he was called to Washington early in the war as general counsel for the Shipping Board Emergency' Fleet Corporation. He also has been a member of the Federal t'ower Commission and Di- rector General of railroads. Albert Sydney Burleson will go back to Austin, Texks. tq "practice law anil er, the Job-be held while Clark "was i speaker. j Prominent among the twelve dem teacher of the U olden Prairie school near Conrad. society he could attend. He said that (u Canada, a country of groat iSSrSrajK Pennsylvania, but will reside, in Wash- to look after lils private interests ington a considerable portion of- each there after eight years-'as Postmaster ui iq I retti i man were Senators Chamberlain, Ore- jgon, former democratic chairman of the military committee; CJronna. North Dakota, former republican chairman of the agriculture commit- tee; Hoke Smith, democrat, Georgia, who waa succeeded by Thomas E. Watson; Thomas, Democrat. Colorado, iuul Gore, democrat. Oklahoma. Other retiring members were Beck- liani, Louisiana; John- son.. South Dakota: Kirov, Arkansas: I Henderson, Nrevada; Smith, Arizona; Smith. Maryland und I'helan, Californ- ia; all democrats. Another retiring notable .waa Vice- President Thomas It. Marshall, v.-ho will go on Chautauqua circuits next month. He will sail for Europe in May to remain until fall. The Senators pf the fourteen new senators who took their seats today eleven were republicans and three democrats. The republicans were Ralnh H. Cameron, Arizona; Samuel M. Shortridge, Call- distances and isolated districts, the Tiie roads in this district liave been I crnsado for good health now adopted by the society, could scarcely possess any limitations. Inaddition to de-, velopiny a strong and virile nation.! lie said, the society should endeavor j to mold public opinion and raise the i whole status of the country. Among western rnembers elected to] the central council were the following: journeys. Will; tlie snow cleared away and line warm days, the gopher has come out of bis winter sleep, a little time spent now in destroying them would not be time wasted. Attention, Poultry man! Representative for local ter- ritory for the only HOT WATER ELECTRIC INCUBATOR Oil the market. Liberal commis- sion and co-operation. NUNGESTER HOT WATER ELECTRIC INCUBATOR CO. 146 Princess Street, Winnipeg, Man. fornia: Samuel D. Nicholson, Colora- do; William B. McKlnley, Illinois- Richard P. Ernest. Kentucky; O General. i ton E. Waller, Maryland: farmer Oov- ernor Tasker L. Oddie. Xevada; IS. F. i year; and will have as 'his- law part- ners three liwyert who. hive been closely associated with him in his _. ____c _______ ........_____ public work; FrankTJivis.Pr., former- -lure a year ago, will return to Hobert Stansfield. Oregon: Edwin T. Meredith, who succeeded I Ladd, North Dakota; formal- Repre- Mr. Houston aa secretary.of agric.til- sentative J. W. Harreld. Oklahoma; ly as assistant attorney, general; -.Boh-' Moines to look after his farm nmga- i.-. ...i.i jjine jje alBO hag bean a oiembet'ot the Federal Power (Jommission. Joshua W. Alexander, after years' servicft as secretary of com- merce, will go to hia old home at Oal- litan, Missouri, to resume the practice of law and, as he says, .to "do a little farming on the William 8. Wihwn.'another ot the original -Wilson Cabinet officers, will return to .his near Blossburg, Pennsylvania, for'a. rest before Dually making a decision with regard to sev- eral business >whicU have beeu tendered i( ert E. Scott and Seifonle If, Steil- Bick To Idltfr's Detk -Joflepbus oE'the four Wilson cabinet pfficers.who remained on the job the full eight years, will lea'vo tomorrow, tor North Carolina, to retume bis duties as edit- or and publisher of the lialoigh News and Observer. The former naral sec- former Governor Peter Norbeck. South The democrats were: former.Pvepresentative T. H. Caraway, i Arkansas: Thonras E. Watson. Geor- gia, and Edwin S. Uroussand, I.ouis- iaua. New U.S. Congress on the Job ORION SCRIBE GIVES WARNING; GOPHERS ARE COMING OUT AGAIN 'XtF.'j'" I ORIO.V. Mar... Much Interest is being taken in the Weed Train which S will be r.t tomorrow af- tcrnpou. It the train should stop a: Orion on its wayrtown to JIanyberries a jrood number will .take advantage t j of chance to learn some useful j lessons on weed control. The mouth which has just passed i has been exceptionally fine with WASHINGTON, Mar. hund- red aiid twenty-nine of the House and Seriate retired today to, private life. Mont of them went out iu the back wash from the tidal wave which swept the republican party Into full control of all the functions of the Government, some few, republi- cans, us well as democrats, elected not to rtm again for tlietr seats. One or two the republicans may become officials .in. the Harding ad- ministration, but the great, majority Republican, presidential nomination at will know public Ufa' Ac more for two Chicago last June. They pointed out that as- councillor in his home city and lateras city solicitor and mayor. as a member of both branches of the years, at least, and many for a longer period, if ever. Champ Clark Out .Among the outgoing representatives PALACE MARKET WEEK-ENDSPECIALS Finest Pot Roasts Beef Jb.. 15c Choice Shoulders of Mutton, per Ib. 26c Choice Roasts of Veal, Ib., 20c, 22c, 25c Stewing Mutton, per Ib...........15c Fresh Ox Hearts, per ,10c Prime Roast Beef Dripping, per Ib., 15c New Laid Eggs, per dozen........45c Choice Butter, per Jc Our prices are the lowest in the city. Our meats are the best on "the market. PALACE MEAT MARKET 13TH ST. NORTH. PHONE 431. and senators were some of the most I The precipitation for picturesque characters in Congress. I the month is equal to a little more These included Champ Clark, ot Mis-i ot an inch ot rain. Ths 1 souri, former speaker and democratic ftmirors leader, who cwas defeated in Novem- ber, and Senator Lawrence Y. Sher- man, republican. Illinois, who did not offer for re-election. Clark went out with men who had (ought for or against him for many years. The actual number of house mem- bers quitting was 118, but three ,of ot Illinois: Harreli of Oklahoma, republicans, and Car- raway, of Arkansas, democrat, got to the other end of the capitpl as sen- ators. McKiuley's hbuao record waa fourteen years. The political landslide of November 3 gave the republicans a much larger working majority in the wondorins if spring is here. Polling took place yesterday for tlie municipality of Flowery Plains. Jir. F. Gpodrier was. deputy returning offl- cer.'.Mr. IT. Dyke was one of the can- i dldates for councillor. j Last Friday night, there was a ser vice in Oriou conducted by Alormo preachers. On Mr. Scratch held j a service in town. The home talent must have made a good impression with their play last Thursday, rqr. in addition to their engagement at ,.Etzlkom on Wednes- j day. March liniiuhe play "Dot. the lliner's will also'be given I at Maty-berries on Friday school opens to'H.iy big In the opinion of some leaders. 4th. The new extra session expected lo be Glenbanner called soon will start with'ilOl-repnb- with Mr. W. .1. Peck as'teacher. Means, 13S democrats and one social- j Other rural schools in this district ist. The lone .prohibitionist in Bin' u closing Congress under v.iiich the) country went dry was beaten. There' is one man from Penusylvaaia- i at-large. The republican vacancy caus-: by the death of the momber elect; will not be filled until fall. The new Senate, which convened[ today in special session to act on noni- i inalions by President Harding', coii-! tains 59 republicans and 37 liking the republicans a majority oi. 33 as against only two majority durinir most of the last Congress, when the! line-up generally was 49 republicans i !amt democrats. Tile seating of two republicans in January in place'-ol'i democrats gave the former a slightly larger working margin during the last i few week.8. p A Woman Member Tor the second time in history the house will have a woman member. Miss Alice M. Robertson, of the Sec- ond Oklahoma District, who succeeds William W. Hastings. For the first time in the history of the House the territory east of the Mississippi iimi north of the Ohio' rivers will dominate legislation, re- publicans from that area being in full control and strong enough to over- come all combinations of republicans and democrats from the south and piuci'S formerly lu-Itl by vet- crsu were raptured by men yoiing in yours, and politics, but sonm veteran politicians riiiiio in. among them Theo- dore Illirtnn. of Oliin, a former sena- tor, und Buurkc t'uckrau, of New- York. Champ Clark is lo be succeeded by a man now in congress. Although his 'was1 not' total time iilng iliird in that rospoct to Cannon -Tenneuwf uiul over tlinlr dcskii t'ii men''aVte: ctimiiiK here loKethnr 21 years Tivn iBadins clomocr.-its on tlm Ways' ;iin! .Mpium which must I years ago an ulcer appeared on mj writes Mrs. Jeffrey, of Methuen. "In spite of all the'remedies I used, it spread to my knee, and developed into an sore. I had medical treatment for twenty-five .years, but only got temporary relief. -The pain I suf- fered was terrible, und for years t wna unable to leave the house. "One day jf saw in a an account of a bad ulcer having bsen cnredJir Although 1 was skr-ilieal, iiow, of anythipK 1 curing tried ,ao maoy remedies in decided to give ICam-Buk trial. I applied the halm freely pvcry day and to my delight the sore soon showed some improvement. Gradually the in- Bariimatlon wis drawn oiit. the pain r.-ns eniied, and, after thirty years of suffering, I 1 was on the road to recovery. Witli per- teverance. (he sw.'ul snre was fin illy completely hoaled. and. al- though that threo rears .130. thcro has not bean the slishiest tracft of the ulcer returning.'1 1; Zim-Buk Is tho best rempciy. .iljp, Bc-iiina. boils, pimples, blood- 'scalds .a.nii or ZtDi-Bilk Co.. 3 FOUNDERS IN CANADA Place d'Armes in the City of Montreal stands monument to Sieur de Maisonrieuve who, landing near this spot in the year 1642, founded the settlement which is now the City of Montreal. Facing Place d'Armes itands die Bank, of Montreal, which opened its doors for business a. distance from the umt spot over one hundred and three yean ago. From the Settlement founded by Maisonneuve, civilization lias spread to the east and west until to-day Dominion of Canada extends from Halifax to Vancouver. Likewise the Bank of Montwal has grown, until after over a century of steady and conservative progress, it to-day hu Branches in all of the cities and larger towns in Canada, with offices in the principal financial centres of the world, and correspondents in every country. BANK of MONTREAL Capital Paid Up Reserve Total SPECIAL WINDOWS Goods Selling Regularly from to oo ON SALE AT Watch Our Windows Daily for Snaps in Silver; Cut Glass, China, and All Lines of Jewelry OUR ENORMOUS STOCK MUST BE REDUCED. Wright, the Jeweler 1898 1921 ;