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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE IETHBRTDGE DAILY HERM-D SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920 CAKDSTON WOMEN ELECTED OFFICERS FOR THE U. P. W, A. (Frctti Our Own Correspondent) CAHDSTOX, Nov. of the most unique entertainments ever held Canlstoa was the Harvest Festival given by the Y. U M. of (ho first ami second ward at the c Tuesday oveulug, Nov. 2. .very interest In 5.-program -consist- I Ing ot sons', speeches and readings t opened the festival, alter which all i in some very unusual i games whtcli kept the crowd laugh- ing. The young ladles In costumes of Puritaii maldeas sold pies, dough- nuts, cookies and caudles frota elab- orate-bootbs.' Tog young.men serred lemonade, popcorn and juih from huee piimpXIus. Duruis ths evening between the Dominion and the! received Wephonemes- Kew.Conference Between inion and-'Provinces is t Contemplated (Spedallal to The Kdmonjoa Jourml) OTTAWA, further con- OFIU-ttTH provinces on the question of tne haul- ins by the federal authorities pf ine> natural resources ot tho west to th.3 provinces Is in contemplation. Tbe question is one' of lohf. standing ar.d debated without .definite.result at a conference held her6 sfoinc time At that.corJeiencepihe- western provtnses held Oat iheyjrere not.onlj entitled to Zt thjiir. re- sources but the.monesV.sub- sidies which they been receiving in lieu of them, the contention Jsljis thst so mucli'of ticir resourceijhad been dlssipated-by.the federalgovern- meet that the provinces are entitled lo compensation., representatives, hbvfever, iu particular thobe from Ontario, held that if the was to retain i Is subsidies, tho esst should receive an Qinouut in proportion. The dominion government declined to tako action til such time as. the provinces come to an agreement. The subject has met Jhe premier ou his way west and representations have been made to have the matter speedily selUcd. So conference is ic cbnleinpla- Uon. NotABl. .mars tlie perfect 1 appearance of hcrcom- I -P crman eh t and temporary skin trouble ate effectively 'concealed. Reduces un- ral color and corrects isy s% ins.; HigHy antiseptic, results as a curadve'ageht for 70.years. It wasn't verybad, but it pie- vented -work, and he had to healitquicUy. Tlie'antiseptic action pre- vented infection and the 'gentle healing of Mcfithol- aluni helped the cut to heal promptly. He utnt tack to work MeotKolatum u B good tiling to kftvehancfy nervous HeadiicSeej etc. j 'The Unit NCKC for Unit llli'' sages from the .Herald re Iho presidential election fu the-.l'. S., which he kept ou a bulletin board -for the benefit.of all present. Wednesday afternoon the women of Carcbton, met with Mrs. Lawrence Teterspn. organizer ot; the U. F. ;Vi'. H .court house. Mrs. TaHtha Carlson with .Anderson vice-president, Mpses Anderson secretary. Meetings, will held every month. quarterly conference of church of Alberta Stake will bo held in tho Tabsmaclo Nov. C a lid; V Visitors from Salt Lake will Institute wDl hold a regular meeting in the court house iFrtdaj-' afternoon. Dr. Pickup will deliver n lecture and Miss Fern Woods give a demonstration .in candy making, after which refresh- ments Mr. and Beazer, a son. Mrs. Delbert MR. GASPARD OUBOflB 159 Arenue Tint IX, Uoctml, "For yeirs; I a Wriifc Dysptpiia and mr'geacra! wu very bad, I a physkun tnd took hi? medieina and faithfully carried onl his instracrioiu; but I did not improve tnd Jhelfy At doctor lolJ ne 7 could no: fcc cvrtiL' _ At Ibis time, a friead idvised to. try and I did. so. After taking two fcozes of 'Fmit-a- I was greatly anJ gradoillj- maryelous fruit xaedidne made me'complctelyiwell-. My digestion general Health are ill of which I 'owe to KDMONTOX, Nov. A civic cepllou'iTcr Premier Meigben when ho arrives in Edmonton Is a rather re- mote possibility. Although other western. elites have been extending hU form of welcouio to the head of he federal government, It Is felt un- Ikcly. that ,30} thing of the kind ..will held here. Mayor Clarke states that he falls see where Edmonton owes any- thing to the premier, and points to alleged delaya on- the part of the minorities in handling the disposal of -he penitentiary property. The may- or also criticizes tho premier for his actions in.dealing with eas-nr and wheat prices. Reminded tbat he had estenJed a welcome, toyHou: Mackenzie King, ho Liberal leader, the mayor slated 10 had been invited to a Liberal ban- met'as'-a giiest, and was called on at the ttao.: The. niayor also states that it'is very possible 'that he, along ,wiih Deputy-Mayor Klnney and Aldernian Rico Sheppard, will he absent from the city at-the of next week on< account o{ the animal con- vention of the .Union ot Alberta Mu- nicipalities at 'Lethbridso. SlEtYGM Herbert Hpovw, Lindley Garri- son nnd Gov. Slay Get Portfolios .of 'cab- inet-possibilities followed close today jupon the" election of Senator Harding. Apparently well-founded reports nani_ed Elihu Root as secretary of I State. It was intimated that Root would be selected to. guide the work of lettlihg the treaty and-Leaguo of-Na- ions" negotiations and this was accomplished retire. v Gov. Frank O. Lowden of lllinoie, mentioned as a possible-secretary Of commerce or head of the treasury dspaiiment with the former post more lite. name was heart the possible secretary of the interior, and Plenry Wallace o of a farm newspaper was.being talked of'as secretary o: agriculture.' For secretary. 6! war, it was leanici that .Lindley; Jf..garrison, 'who hell the post at one timo'nndcr Presideni Wilson- and who had a difference o opinion -with him, would be considered The, organizing ability of-Will H Hays, chairman of tho Republican national committee, caused him to be considered for tho postmaster-general ship.-. Severn] of these possibilities said to be looked upon with favor b; Republican leaders. GASPARD DUBbRD. 50c.a for trial At dealers or. sent postpaid'by Frui- Lt' The Evils of Nervousness (By Brlce Belden, M.D.) London Journal Makes a Sug- For British Government WHIT EXPERIMENT? Food scientists claim that the leavener is largely responsible for the flavor, texture and whole- someness of your home baking. That on no other one ingredient, does depend. It is important; therefore, to use a baking powder that you know possesses the necessary leavening qualities. Contains No Alum i and is the only strictly high class baking powder in Canada selling at a moderate price. .Its tation is built on purity and highest quality. The only well known medium priced baking powder made in Canada1 that does not contain alum and that has 'all its I ingredients ..plainly stated oh the label. Made in Canada' TORONTO, Church as tho first to'.offer'apposition to le Bell Telephone ou for increased, rates the ailway board "Toroato Is not layor. "We only lie Bell Telephone -company., has-all id fat of pr'ospe'rou'a years, butit'was o mean and avaricious that d to pay.its'way on tho-streets of he municipalities." The mayor suggested that1 tlie'.com- iany bo asked to furnish Information s to the cost of operaUqn ost .of of -'calja, the .ecessitics.for Increasing .t' es' wages.'etc: X-ONDON', No7; N'sw States- man suggests that a better plan.than an inquiry-into-conditions in'lreland by la Ingtoh would be for the United States press to .send over an army of its most'able and most trusted correspon- dents''1 large enough1 to cover, every county in The British gov- ernment, says the newspaper, .would then be faced with the alternative of either excluding or thereby admitting everything, or else to take effective means iv secure that they aro'not louched.or threatened, "for iasane as the government is, it will recognize the 'impossibility of allowing anyi Un- ited States citizens to be handled by 'thu Black and Tans.'" DEATH AT NANTON Only One-Third On Halifax list Voted On Referendum HALIFAX, Nor. G. (Canadian one-third lota! number men and .women eligible in tho voters' list in the Halifax and county polled votes'on the ref- erendum for-or-a gainst the importa- tion of'liquor'. Official'returns of ref- erendum .taken on October 25 were announced last midnight. The wets had. a majority lii Halifax .city of 993. bnt'ths.majority for the drya in both the. metropolitan district'and county combined was 649. combined were 236. spoiled ballots. The'same proportion of voters which exercised the right ot'their franchise holds fpr c6unty as it does for city, comely about one-third only." BUTTE-'PAYS'S-CENT FARE HELENA, Mont, NOT pub He service commission'-.'of Montana raaao an order granting the Butto Electric Hallway- company the right to charge a straight eight cent casV fare" on'the lines" of: the 'company In Butte.. This order ivas made'following; the' application of. 'he company made son-e time ago and Is effective until June I S It is packed to please and serves its mission RAYMOND CITIZEN RETURNS TO BELGIUM is used in millions of teapots dsiily. Send us a postal tor a free sample. Please state the price you ndw pay and whetherBlack, Greeix orMixed Address Salada, Toronto. (Nantjra" News.) Walter McLaren, manager -of ths Canada .Flour grain ___.___... elevator at Nanton, la sjr Sunday! wife, son Joseph and daughter Louise at 12 o'clock, after illness.in bed boarder! the train yeaterday-for-Mont- (Prom Our Own Correspcadent) RAYMOND, Nov. thresher- men haVe again resumed operations, Z.; NT. Skouson's outfit mofed south today to-.complete threshing on the ridge. Grain is again poKrfrjg Into the elevators. The superintf.nflent. of the Liberty elevator, with the local-, manager, Mr. Hatch, were visitors to. Cards ton last week to view the "Mormon Temple." Leo Van Assel, accompanied by his p.jt inc. tro- Bales Co., Unatrd, e ten luls ic. surr.p No Soap Better Your Than Cuticura The problem ot overcomine nervous ness is a serious one in view of th enormous demand upon ua for offl of Oddfellows, ency in tho" use .of our nervous c: ergy and in our thoughts. Tn othe words, every bit ot waste' through'.th friction of a-badly managed nervoi system, or through thoughts made i .argely of erroneous and carelessly c ordinutcd conceptions of life, eels u tiack-to n greater or lesser degree the struggle- for existence. One of the most important dr backs lo nervnus health Is the lisb of allowing .numerous wrongly-con- structed occur which may finally result jn entirely unwhole- some and dangerous outlook on life. The owners "ot these untidy thought collections very often suffer depres- sion from morbid imaginings, or over- emphasized through life, while still others suffer the results of the oppo- site error of undervaluation of tho impressions-entering their minds. A striking example of tho deplor- able habit of unbalanced and care- less thinking is the kind ot nervous patient who found his nervousness a convenient defonae from Inc. more Irksome responsibilities, beginning, perhaps, in childhood when nervous- ness is found lo work as an excuse from school or to avoid helping with tho homo duties, and ending finally, with Mm shifting of (ho burdc-aj of adult Hie in such a way that they will bo sure to fall most heavily on other shoulders. The person whose, every thought seems lo turn upon }r.t own Illnesses to tho extinction of all olher mental activities is another fnmlilar type of victim of carelessly colored thoughts. These are cases In which thoughts of one kind liave become ed to the point of becoming absolutely and morbidly controlling through per- sistent repetition. Another thought error Is day- rtreamfnK and Wishing for (hinge not actually striven for or even possible ot attainment were energy lo expcmi- cii in reaching them. This (ype of o.sr. is obviously mused by 'a lastic find over-emphasized habit of thought gradually obscuring Irutb. 't five weeks. He was taken sick-with ironchial penumonia; which later de- veloped Into pleuresy His age at tho ilme: ot 'death was i2 years. He is'survived and had two grand-children: residing with them, Masters.Earl and Stewart Hutchison; i The body was taken to Calgary on Tuesday, tind place in the Union' to ere, conducted by the Independent i Order A Bad Case Eczema All Over His His Arms Covered Jcha Clark'of BrookVlHe.- N.; B, ft rtoiyo? great iDfftriag into a ttvf vrotds. "I wai tcrmeated ttyond cwikl cot itctp, You CTuld not put pin on my vrtiolc.bodr. I tried levuril rioclon. They wttd'it wai tcrofula. Three dollir bottki of D. D, if til I ttctf. I hare cot bid a tore for fire Jtt telectlr.f ft letter frow tome CtnirlUa larTerer to ihow CAD dotetoilcMnr, b-jrnbf ilrln HfKiK br the purirjrior (Mid wuh, D, D. Stop Hai ilcA-'lcday, Yott ure not to IK D. D. D. for weeki befoK you r6delt< jaltt Ifyoa don't relief fiom the finj belt !e we hand your tnpner beck, ll bolt la Try D. D, D. SOID. too. V real. From there le wLM oail for l native land, JJelgiuin.. Mr. Van As- scl came to Jlajrnond-ln 1905 to raise sugav lipRts on a large" stale for the Knight Sugar When the sugar fat-lory was romovcd .from nayrnoncli Mr. Van Assel engaged r in farming, ouc of the successful farmers ot the district antT Is now; retiring with a small fortune, going hack to bis rtearly loTctl Uelgiura and help in its recohslYnctton. m lotion ibr Shin Disease J. D. Hlglnliolhara Co., Ufl., drug eiala, Ja.i. H. Garry, iiDSlmaalor general under McKfnlcy, at Baltimore. TORONTO In Conlroof Shcpprno and Buslntsa District' ROOMS Tlie agricultural students will be takeu lo 'tbe farm Jot -Merlin Bleed next vycelr, where, they-will A'iew Mr. Steed'K herd of celebfateil Shprthorns and be given a lesson '-inr'judging dairy and Ijeef cattle.' Tlie two (lays' tariiival, staged by the 2n'l ward, was a nuccess socially and financially. They to clear tlic fndebtedncps oi: llieir- clicpcl from (uniis secured anil Wednesday at (ho'ca'l'nival. Cluis. Hrewprtoti. the genir.1 man- ager of the has re- turned from Salt. where lie spent Hie uast montn his son Boy am! daughters, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. s. Young.' Olcnn XlnUon, who a 'graduate ot the Cardston school, rend- ered at ths Ajrlcullural college last Monday. T. J. O'Brien was "a vlsllor lo New Dayton on Monday's'train. Mr. Hatch, manager of the'Eleva- tor Co., Is occn nyine'the Olines home on North Broadway, i John was a blislrlesa vis- itor to I.ethbrldse mi Mpniif.y. f. M. Coombs Is In Raymond in the Interest of tho Herald. It Is rennrled that tlio work on' cement sidewalks will not bn com- menced IWs fall, bin Uio (own will pianlt walk'to the Agri- cultural college to accommodate students. H. S. Allen entertained at n hand- korchte" shower In honor of Mrs. El- nora Wight, who Ii learttis Raymond lo rcslrle in Mrs. who Is a trained nurse; will be.great- ly mlsaed by many frlelidg. ANOTHER BIO-LAND SALE (Nniiion News.) 0. Jtlchardson and Clarence t.-irnon have- bought, scclloii 19-1S-2S from F. Ings. The deal wan put through this week, nlid wo are' Inform- ed that Ihe price wis per.acrf. TO HAVE HOLIDXV THE'EHTIRE YEAR rinchtr ('reck thcrehanta will -.con- tinue the Wednesday half liollrtay for1 tnlfre year, '.'.if The multitude of American women suffer ternbly day after day, and year after year from ills peculiar totheirsey is almostbeyond belief there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein some woman, and often many, do not re side been restored to health from somcof the w orst forms of female oftenavoided operations by taking F. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. These Two Women Teliiof Their Canollton, suffered almost mrfntli I two ycirs willi femsle weakness I had such pains m ay hack and lower could not walk any, distance, ii'ln or ifartof stomach I could not he mlrj take any exercise at all witlsoijt resting tl euiTeredTSO Leen ed'jas'thougl If! swopt the Door or did any kind ct -----f work it would bring my sickness ou I -was weak and languid, had no enorcy, aud lifo'ifas a inbsery to me T under Hie care of a physician for. several months and tried olliel' icrho- dicS.'I liacl read of Lydia E. PinJcham's Vegetable Compound and decidpd to try it. After taking twelve bolllcs'-I found myself much improved and I took six more. I have never had any more trouble in that respect since.. I have done all kinds of work anil at present am an attendant at a State Hospital and am feeling fine, I shall ilwaysrtconimeml Tour Vegetable Cbm- 11 v'l'i? i fc'jj frfli TIIARP, 82-1 South eth Street; CarrolIton, Ky. Thousands of Such Letters Prove the Curative Value of my housework, could only Trash dishes" in n wlule- I read an adyertke- of whit Ljdm E Fmkhkm'i Vegetable had done for oilier women and decided to try it. Ifc did Tvo'hdcrs ior m6 no and can do my own housework without tiny trouble ttt ill. J will always praiss your medicine I do not believo there is a doctor that can d.o as much good for female weak- ness aa can Lydia 1C. I'inkhaW.i Vege- tablo Comiwund- 'arid yon may these facU ss a "testimonial." Mrs. E, ;