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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAYvi MARCH 22, 1920 ,THB LKTHBK1UGE DAILY HKKALD PAGENlfcB ming Plebiscite Will Give Government Mandate JUquor Act Be Second Vote ISHiiit ,ia IKnld) .EDMONTON, March Should tbe plebiscite under 'Domin- ion authority result In ID Uvor of cODtlnulac the importation Ha- uor Into JllberU by private perians, Hcccrdlnc to tiithorlUUre Informat- ion gleaned Monday by Herald 'la circles, another p'.eTiIs- cite under provincial, authority .will lie held "shortly afterwards on ihe queBtloln-.of. liquor by fovernmeut. the COLD with 'Flu Don't M.jaaf cold dtvtloii into an linci Ol-Iniucpta'ud Pneumonia, or lin brin on-; a irritiling cough At first Bbiver, the Red .lljx 'aid lake J Tibc'UifM (fa'xmaJ-Bromide Quinine legrilarly. until every trace ol Ihe cojJ.JB. gqae. have to tjlkc nj" break up a cold in a few the ilcail.ichcs and neuralgia away thai, "firippy" Kefp'rxiMINIpXC. li Q. always ia the-honscr" Gft'tlie red aT'yo'ur druggist's todRyreo-yo.H will-liave them on Prrpnred by tile National .Dtiig and Chemical Co. of Canada, Not only this, but should the- plob- isclta on Importing liquor return a Tery close result either as to leave the toyernnxnt In as io tho wishes of a reasonable' majority the the'provincial plebis- cite ou rationing of UgUor will he con- ducted anyway. Premier Charles Stoivart Is stand- ins cat on the sUteinont made by hlui iu th'e houee last week on tho sub and will not give utterance to au> further views. Want Clear-Cut DeclaCon .From men touch with the cabiaet, however. If is learned that be fore the pOTernraent doss any. vital amending ol the Liquor Act, It Intends 0 hare a clear but expression of onln :on from the electors. According to the officials Interview id, Just as Premier Stewart said lu 1 Is statement last'week, the govern nent will regard the vote on the plel> eclte to determine for or, against Im XWtallpn of liquor by. private person a mandate for Liquor Act amend ments. If a big decisive majority is cas against allowing any further'. Impor tation by private persons, the go> ernmcnt will undoubtedly regard tha bs a mandate for enforcing strlctlons by amendin'g the presen act. I3ut, It tie result should be vcr close, or In favor of Importing liquo then 'tho government -will face the necessity of ascertaining .just how people want the'liquor to'be.dletrlb uted. V. A.. Calgary and .Mr. Haker of ho U. csAcullve, .Calgary. After a Jew introduclroy remarks Mr. Judson inlrotlucctl Miss Archibald 1 Calgary, who. spoke on the history, nagnitude, alms and problems of ths 1. F, VI. A. U was only five years ijo since "fho women had organized ml they hall already accomplished much. At present tho women of Man- loba, Saskatchewan and Ontario were irganlzed and It was hoped -that soon ho women from coast to' coast would be' fully o'rgaiized. The place of the women Ux politics was discussed and also 'the necesaltyi'of them informing them'selves wjih regard to national problems, so that they might their jallot Intelligently. There were ques tlons. also particular Interest to women? and a.bout. which' they should specially con'c.Vrii themselves, e.g li} rur'a If slglalkiii invthe interest of women: and Peoples of. Hoys' 'and Girls Clubs, thii.fibon'hot Kinch-Ki school chll and dren.7, -J tie '-factors" flnVmviaV cducut lonal sbclitli lhaf'inllitated "agaliis Tenders for. School Greater than Had C, Rotnn' Time Ouri Own CorrMiwyiiantJ The" school board Is perplexed and 'puzzled by t_he enormous. Increase, in -the price building material. When they had Uit plans'jand ..ipe'clticattonfi drawn, ihe bum of 'enough to see the bulldloc Tho tenders KOJB rural with, flat create" was made to tho Young Peo Jn-Edmbnton las sum.ijier andrlfti likelihood jot it being 'made In conclusion the Tjomen'.wejrfj. urged "to-, get a gen era! knqwlejfge'bf'tliiflga'ardund' them, to prepare bo good cit- izens-of the the and to makp.tho best..use of their organisation's...... Two seleclltfus by-Ihe Johansen then rendered and, much' appreciated... directress of the V.: F...W. Taber-constlt- -OFILf.AW URGED AN OPERATION Instead I took Lydia E. Pink' Vegetable Compound Piiblic Meeting Attracted Over- flow Auflience--Feed Ques- tion Discussed Own Correspondent) to The school Is a necessity something" Io aceomnio- 'date of .scliolu'rs The planslhav.e been .altered, and .sub 'milted ''to' ratification. New .tenders :Vil! ,an: the anriously. avralll'ag in 'return of'the' altered plans so as li get everything let readiness for ea'rt; visiting Ih school1 here.thii'Veek. The teacher ore all how they the estimation-ot 'the of the U.: Taber-'constlt- of ihe governmenj. uen'cy, wps to apeak. Whiteslde returned fror In -at Rhbrt the '.TABER, Tuesday af- a. joint session the Taber, Barnwell, Keliailce nerc the necessity of cooperation between the commercial slder-'ofyft queslloh tho' women !ooked-fiiore'at.the'.moral tmd sptrlt- ual slde-.-'She of been do'ln'g recently. A local had been estahltshc'd at Lake had beeu-visited and -would like- ly "She urged that a branch be established In Taber. The I that might bo deaUj with in such meetings were also dis- cussed. After a duett, with encore by Kath- leen Holman and Lloyd Birch, clever- ly rendered and murh enjuyed, the chairman called upon Mr. P. Baker for an address. the far- mer-preacher'as! he styled" .himself, cautioned the reporters present to be sure, and report him "correctly as ho .Wadena U. F. A.'locals .was held in I H. W. nisintefpreted. (Oh for a Ho explained that he i a substitute lor President and made an eulogistic ii. vv. wuuu auu HiHtic uii eutugiSLii; the O. W V. A. The meeting tlofcnce Mr. Woor1 ngatrist the !ln Taber aches and monthwoaUhaveto lUy in bod most of the lima. Treat-'- hwnu wooH relic va me for a time but :rny doctor wti al- ways nrginj; me to have an operation. HyaUter- asked ma itb try Lydia E.Fink- h am'i f Compound consenting'to an I took five bottles of itand It hag completely cured me enci. my friends rove of this kind what Lj-dfelE. -VcoetablB Com-. :mc.' B. BiiinbiGiUii; 60? CclVcrton ltd.', Balti- more, >M6V It ij ofily natural for any woman to dreed the thought of an opcratiom .-So many (women havo' been restored to honHlvbytilis famonsremedy, I.ydia E; rjnlihtm'i'A'cireUbre CompoimiJ, after opifatiori advised tliat it of the largest and most Inter- ring ever hold! Mr. A. R. Jud-' son, president of the Taher, local, oc- cupied the chair and presided with dignity and addresses weru given, the JlcLellan of Purple on. the policy and history of the United CJraln Growers; and the secondly Mr; P. Baher of the U. F. A. executive, Calgary, on differ- ent phases ol.the U. F. A. These addresses were by a round- table conference. The feed situation was also discussed and a committee of which Mr. "Ted Sundal was chair- 'man, appointed to a resolution to be submitted to the evening meet- ing. Two selections by the Anderson Bros, string orchestra of Burnwell were given during the course of the In the evening a public meeting was As expected, the dance'wa a Everybody! wa there except ..those on the sick lis The as tho ic and by'Anderson's orchestr kept -ttie-daucers-on tho move all tb, time, The looked afte Ihe refreshments and "tbeir dalnt ;mucU'rappreclaled. 'Th funds of the curling club .were e: rlched to the extent of J100. Principal rPoweir had, a visit fro: father on Friday. After comln from Camrose with Its wide norlzo he was charmed our Moritan 1 The genial manager of the McGil vray Coal and Coke Company, Geo. Kellock, ;is .dowu with the 'flu The Institutional church choir c lighted the congregation last -Sund with a well-rentiered anihem. T choir 1ms just been reorganized und the leadership Jas. FalrhuT and lias some splendid music on t "ways" for Easter. Misses Simpson', Ja.n-d West (teac ers) are tilaying the ya'rt of hostess (Continued from ftonl Page.) Id recently at which, it is said, the ans of Admiral Jellicoc looXlng to MtabllEhtnent of a Canadiad navy ere turned down In a decisive man- .by those present.. The attitude 'of the' caucus- and the ecitlou of the government- to de- obillte the" naval servico means that anada will lose a fleet of ships valued t' pre-war figures 'at Ad- Iral 'Jelllcoe in his report stated Imperial government would .wlHlhg to present to the twminlon number of specified vessels worth that amount, on condl on. that Canada embark.on. a .nayal rogram mvolviug-an-aunual expend! ure of about KIDNEY PILLS 0 Colonel Grant Morden, Sir Parker, tooth Canadians and Sir Neiw- the directors of company acquiring journal, John Bull, amalga- mating t her same with.the.publishing Inn of .Oghams, which owns two SUQ- lay and variety- of luhMjationg... The capital. pMJie'coni- >Itied (fompany la one and a halt, mil- IJaraUo'BoUpinley will coirtinuo he Editor, ship of John-Bull. "IFEELBE1IER HELP FOR MOTHER A mother whose strength .is over-wrought or who thin, pale or nervousi should find re- newed energy in every drop of SCOTT'S EMULSION .iJet'.it tasks fromabtird en to pleasure, Scott'tEmalaon is in those nourishing eJe- Jrt, merits that every mother in the (and needs. 'Sooll 5: BOWIK, Toronto, Out. 19-10 POULTRY FOR. SALE fieii Keplyinj Mention FOR few settings of Rhode stand Hed eggs; good laying strain; (2.50 (or 15. Apply 924 10th 3t. South, Phone 1590. FOR pars bred, Wyauiotte cockerel; also a Jew chick- ens of same breeding. Kail's p., C. slralil. Apply o3S 12th St. A, North. EGGS practicable an :-at Ouimette's flat on] n. Ha was someltmcS'even I'y the sneaker, and' at times by Mr. Wood himself., Butjllim? charge that IIP, was an Ini] tlreanier, an Impossible snfi1 by many. every man who hatl'eyer achieved any-. thing worth while had been a dream. er first. What were Mr, Wood and Ihe U. P. A, dreaming a belter political and social order; (2) ot the ilay when every elevator in Ihe Dominion would be controlled DV the-people; (3) when the matter of their own insurance would be hand- ler! by lhe: farmers themselves; (4) when none but criminals would he disinfranchised; (5) when the natural resources of this great country would no longer away, for the pur- pose of creating millionaires, Imt would lie drawn upon in the Interest cf the yeople alone; when food, machinery and such things would he captivated some of the and they argue that If every is up to the same standard ti glorious iliue is in. store for them. I v nun nutji uuiu uti in th.eitMornion. church, and an frcc from dutj.; (7) whon .t. rcc audience: in -attejilaace.Onthe. platform m -ccnl lishment for EiH soldiers; iisnnieiiL. lor mi HLnuiura, ?l.when the new national policy ot the local; Pclersen, president of the local ;'Bj R; McMulien of Uaraweilj'. of the' i. sen, Mrel'jHs jjfiillen- Mayor ry tjvbl.s'peakers-'qf the tho Petcrse Vlckery land Day iA.Surilight Wash Day is free.ffptrt the toil and labour usually associated jiylth; because Soap' washes clothes beautifully clean White without-rub- .b.iiij, of- scrubbing, being the surest.gcnllest, nurest'of all cleansers is ib the clothes-they jast'eyer so much longer the hands, too. Insist on getting the Sotp you jjjjk for ISUNLIGHT; Sunlight for and see. :LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Ttnm' 'armors of Canada .would supplant the old national policy of Sir John Me- 'Jonnld. Mr. Baker received hearty npplauso at the close of his nddress. Mr., on behalf of the com- mittee appointed in the afternoon, read the following resolution on tho 'cod situation which on being put to :ha audience was unanimously car- ried: CALGARY, Asking for wliefeby a "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" RHEUMAJIC PAINS By Oil That IE What Vancouver Man Say After Tanfac Rid Htm of Long i Standing Trouble. ''Yos, sir ,1 am aVvaya ready to back up Taniac and tell people I think of It because It has put me back on my feet In perfect Health after five years of said H. Deakin, a popular einployeeo-f the J, Coughlan and Son's Shipyards, who lives at 153 Dufferln St.4 W.est, Van- couver, B. C. "I liave been bothered with th< worst sort ol stomach trouble for continued Mr. Deakin, "and It lias beon gradually pulling my health down. Nearly everything I ate woulil sour and make me bloat up gas that pressed up into my chest ansl around my heart until nearly chok The pains in my stomach and under my heart wero terriblo and af times T thought 1 had a cut a tiiuigtis tion. Then, too, I had paina acres; iny Blioulders and Uicy were- so bai fionielitnea I could hardly move, mj amis. I bad to be taking something nearly every day to reljeve mo o constipation. I was very nervous am of mornings I felt so tired-out I hard ly cared whether I went to work or not." "I hail heard of Tflnlac and when saw what it was doing for peopl' right hero in Vancouver I muds' u my mind to try It. I have taken only three bottles, but already it has done BO much for mo that I want to go on record as maktng a public statement endorsing it, like so many he-re have- already, done. 1 enjdy my meals now, and can eat anything .1 want without being troubled In the least, in fact, my biggest trouble is trying to enough to eat. The pains in rny stomach and'across my' shoulders have disappeared aHogethor. My constipat- ed condition has been relieved'J and my nerves hare steadied down. I am sleeping Hno at night, und 1 liavc been buElt up so inucti that I feel better than I Lave ir. years." Tanlac Is 'sold In -Loth-bridge br John D. irigrnbotham in Coal- hurat by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and'in Warner by Mrs. N. Der- me at We, the undermentioned members of the bethbrMge Poultry Association, wish to announce that on and after March 15lh we are in a position to jlva the public the benefit.o( years ol experience breeding .class poultry, the kind that fill tbe egg Basket and win at Alberta's largest shows. Many high class specimens will be hatched from these eggs.. ft lias been the experience of fanners thai hay purchased under the free freight limit Is practically useless as'feetl for work horses, and_ "Wherer.s It Is a fact that R{ least fifty per cent, of the farmers in the district are without hay. suitable for spring work, and, "Whereas It lias hccomo, n. neces ally that farmers 'should he able to buy hay on the open market and by secure a better quality than hUh erto. and, "Whereas It IR a knmvn fact thai hanks .advanced large sums of money for poor and Inferior hay which ia of lltllo use for spring work, and unless farmers have an op- portunity of buying a hotter quality of hay, ciannot expect the banks to make fulthcr advances on feed re- lief, and. "Whereas-tlie situation has become so critical anrt unless Jmmndialp, rd- lief can bo provided it is safe to esti- mate that not more than than one half of tbe crop will be sown, and "Ue it therefore resolved that'tn's meeting rccpifcsl the provincial gov- ernment to eslenil ihe freo limit of hay for a perlml of sixty days, and to so after the reEulatfons to raise the I maximum price in order Io secure j neiter qunliiy uf hay Jo relieve tho acute situation now existing." Mr. llolman, convenor of the enter- tainment committee, announced at tho closo of the meeting that there Would be a dance In the social hall find re- freshments served. Tho National Anthem was then sung. We were hoping Ihnl the chairman or Mr. Tiiikiir iiuvc extolled the virtue of punctuality as an ideal worthy of adoption by farmer citiz- ens. .With tlie-squoaking of tbe door, I the snNrtl'Inc of children mid the cou tinuoiiFj fnlerruption from late nrriV' i ate Miss Archibald must have passed throiiRii purgatory while delivering i her address. We admlro her nervo that Hhe w.ift able to keep smiling on without a collapse hut Iho cxpcrEenco irust have aged her ten years. be.instUuted undor- which" every 'adult would be entitled tora fetated lirnited quantity of liquor per week or 111 persons out of 12S5, who registered Iheir-opinions caat' first-choice Votes in tho straw ballorfakdri hy the Ciil- gary Herald last.webk: .Only GO .votoil for an amentltneut ip'Lh'e present law limiting traffic to cpight-qunce prescrip' ttons. Result of Straw! Vote 1. Continue law as at present framed and enforced TO 2. 'Amend present law to limit traf- fic, to eight-ounce prescriptions for medical purposes only, with relative restrictions for light wines and beers CO S. Rationing system .under wlitch every adult would be entitled to a stated limited quantity of liquor per weuk or month, to be secured from governmenf stores under strict legislation, wiih cancellation of right to obtain -allotment in cape of infringe- ment of regulations 777 4. Eliminate 'traffic in hard liquors A safe and harmless preparation to relieve the pains of Rheumatism. Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is. ilatnlin's Wizard Qil. it penetrates quickly, drives out -soreness, and limbers up stift aching' joints' and muscles. You will find almost daily uses for it in cases of sudden mishaps or ac- cidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Just as re- liable, too, for earache, toothache, croup and colic. Get it frorti druggists for 30 If not satisfied return the bottle get your money back., Kvcr constipated or have sick lust try Wizard Liver Wlups, nlcasant little pink pills, cents., Guarautccd. worth many'times the price we ask (or the setting. As each breeder's flocks are small only a limited mim: her will be. available. Tleasp book your order early as in many cases last year we .were unable to till Barred Westbrook Bros., 303 Cth St. South. Comb Enderton, 31S I5th Street Xortb. Wbite and Columbian Wyandottes 521 ICth Street North. V.Tiite P. Tneson, G25 12th Street South. White C. Roblnsou, 503 IGth Street North. Buff Leghorns, Single Comb'" and Columbian Prache, care Taylor Hardware. Sfnglo Comb OOP 1th. St. South. Single Comb H. Lewel- lyn. 1252 Sth 'Avenue South. Huff Choiniere, 520' 12th Street South. R.OS6 Comt Rhode Island Geo. .Jones, 1605 9th Avenue South. Silver Laced Ben- ton, 806 15th Street South. White Wyandottc-s and Silver Laced W Holliday, 'J 15 Sth Street South. Single Comb O. Graham, 648 9th Street Soutii, few birds ot above ivarleties, both male and femtile, are for sale. We guarnntee', satisfaction; Bight chicks eggs or at half price. per or phono your ;order to the above breeder. i J; H. President. HARRY C. GRAHAM, Secretary. Kfforis of the U.S. Government to check profiteering have resulted li and institute! sale of light, wines tin4 beers under government control with same regulations and penalties prescribed un- der .No. 3 nbove 373 STEAMER ASHORE SKATTLK, March fears ?rc felt for the safety of the "Admiral ivaris" paspcngnrfi, No lives wero when slio rammed and surii; n inall'tugboat towing a raft io The Evans went ashoro not far fr lie spot where the linrgn ''Dashi Wnve" swe-lit agiound lasL weolt. soon b o c o m c 3 chronic, if ne- glected. To re- lieve tho cough, the pain, re- rnovo the dlffl- culft' of breath- ing and prouuuc a free and x p e c t oration Uke Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Us use will mako yoa less mia- cer'tlblo to chances of fttmo- sphurfi, and vHI prevent ftii at- tack of Bronchitis from becom- ing chronic-. Tours for health, Be suspicious of any tenderness or bieccling of the gums. This is usually the first stage of an .in- Eidious diSasc or the gums Uiat de- stroys the teeth and undermines bodily health.: Gradually the gums become spongy. They inflame, then shrink, thus es- pofitig the unenamelcdi toolh-base to the ravages of decay. Tiny open- ings in tho gums form gateways for disease germs to enter the system. Medical science has traced many ills to these infecting germs in the gums wakened by Pyorrheii. They are now_ known to bo a fre- quent cause of indiccslion, anaemia, rheumatism and oilier serious con- ditions, So watch carefully for that first Icndmicra or bleeding of the gums. Try Fcrhan's immediately. It posi- tively prevents Pyorrhea (Rings' Dis- ease) if used in time and used, con- sistently. Act! in preventing it guards against other ills. Fcrton's (I'or tho Gums) cleans tcelii scientifically as well. Brush your teeth wi III it. H tlio tcetli while and If f.uin -shrinkage has nlready set in, siatt using Korhan's and consult a d'.nlist immediately for special treat- 35c ard 60e tubca in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send to us direct and we will mail tubs postpaid. FORHAN'S. LTD., Montreal Canada. Order at once. Much suc- ces.s dapends up- on earllness of prop- aratlon. ..Sealed tesSera will -jjo received by tho undersigned tup'.lo. noon, Friday, Sth April, 1920, for the erection of an .eight-room School withjAssembly. Mall at Barons, lenders he- ing, asked (for the-Heating. An cheque for 5% of the amount of the tender-must accompany each tender; The right ia reserved to reject any or all or to waive any 'defect. -Eachi'appltcatlon Is-to lia'accoinpnn- ted by a deposit of Ten Dollars which will'be'; refunded oh Iho: return ol honaCidc ten- der. i 'Plans speelticallons may be obtained from H. M. WHIDDINGTON, Archlleet. C. HOWARD PRY, Asaociale. 101 Sherlock Building, Lclhbridgo, Alia; Ad T iRANVILLE ST VANCOUVER. B.C NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Ihb estate o( McCaulay Upton Wluk, late of Ncmiscam, Alberta, de- ceased: TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSED TENDERS win iio rocpiv- cd'ljy the Hoard ot Trustees o[ Iham Consolidated School District No. Alberta, at the office Secretary-Treasurer, up to noon April 9lh, )920, fur the erection of a three-room brick and frame school building. Plans and specifications may ho seen at- the above'-racntionetl office and may be obtained from A. M. JeT- fers, A.A.A., Registered Arctillecl, Ed- monton, on payment of a deposit ol. which will bo returned on cotpl of n hona fide lender with 'plans and specifications, A marked chequo for five per cent, of tender shall accompany same. The. lowest, or any tender will not necessarily he accepted. N. C. Til EG 1X5 AS', Secretary-Treasurer, Alberta. March ISth, 1920. Ad D FOR THE GUM NOTICK is hereby .given that all persons having claims upon Iho es- Idle of Ihe Into JlcCauTay Upion Wink, who illcd on tlio 7lh day of August, JCIS, are required In (lie with the iindersienod, on or before Ihe 30th day of April. A.D., 1920, a full sUiie- ment of Iheir claims and of any securities held by Ilicm, duly veri- fied, nnd Iliat after thai date tho Executrix will distribute. Ihe assets of the estate among Iho parties en- titled thereto, having Io tho claims of which notice, has been so filed or which have been brought to her notice. Dated this ir.lh day o( Marcli, 1920, 0. E. DUYSDA1JO, Foremost, Alberta. Solicitor for Lucy May Wink, Tho NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate o( Claude Wood, late- of Avalon, AlhertaT deceased: NOTICE Is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate of the late Claudo died on the Hlh day ol May, 1919, are rbquifed to file with'tho on or before the 30lh day of -April, A.O., 1MO, a full statement of their claims and of any securities held hy them, duly verified, nnil that afler that dale Iho executor will dlstrihule the assets of. tho estate among the.parties en. tilled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has'been so filed or which have been brought to his notice. Dated the I6th day of March, 0., E. Foremost, Liberia, Solicitor for Charles Hoillhan. The O.W.G Ad V 0. W. 0 ;