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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE WEDNESDAY. NORIHCL1FFE RAISED FOUR MILLIONS IN 108 MINUTES FRANCE PAYS BOUNTY IFho Anglo-Newfoundland company leases a MS tract ot timber land In Newfoundland aud inauutacures paper for tho Holly Mail aud the Daily Mirror. The new stock consists of 15-year, second mortgage debentures, paying a (rifle over S per cent. Describing Lord.Northcllffe's meth- od of floating the stock tho Wall Street Journal correspondent says: "Tha stock was offered directly to tho public by means ot full page ad vertlseraents which gave full partic- ulars of the Newfoundland properties and iftotographs of the mills. "These advertisements were supple- mented hy several editorials and news inlcles on tho rising cost of paper and oa tljo method of paper- making. ____ "The publicity was well planned ci n probably not sliice ihe days and complete. It created immediate o! tlw rubber boom. It has Surprised Attention, as a matter ot news. In- Gsd encouraged Ilritlsh, directors: I directly It was used to remind the ad it 1 as .proved', that Hhero is 1 public-of. tie imuionso.circulation ot Iknli of Ens-jthe Stall-and Mirror Wbich-aro lail 1% those'who know how to ad- telling more than million copies a irtliO for H." [day each" Canadian Press) special despalch from London printed In the Wall Street Journal. an Interesting account of how Lord Northcliffe raised, .the sum of S4.000.000 in 100 minutes. Tho feat, which the tho correspondent declares was regarded as tha outstanding event of the week in London finan- cial circles, was accomplished In sell ins'tfio new issue o( stock of tho Development company. Lord Norlhcliffo was offer- ed ceil tiroes Iho amount of tho issue, ard the d-.-fpatch declares that J100.- Ct-OOl1 might have been'oblalned lu two had the Usls' remained 'Such success in tho flotation of t. tt Elo fcs has not occurred since ir correspondent da- WILL e ALLIED collection of illled pennants over the entrance of the theatre. Tho rest of 1 Iho group formed a circle abiut him 'and danced jubilantly while the flag was hurned. The thealro management announced later that another British would lie put up.- This time the allied flags will he sewed tbgother and marauders wlil have to deetroy all or none. I Bui sli Flag Was; Burned in Front of a Theatre in New York 'NEW YORK. Nov. Ilritlsh II hich lurmed of .the armis- tice decorations ill the Capitol Thca- '.Broadway, and street has liail ab adventurous .of it thcES Sutiday night of Irish sympathies 'wearing Mao- Swmei buuon- flog-..dawn id list li.ejhL (he UrHIsh emblem. s Bulled again; This.time It Fifteen, men'; land several-women gathered in front If the o'clock aud after Unemployment Might Follow Cut In Tariff .MONCTON, N. B.. Nov. hardship might bo Inflicted on the workmen of this-cHy were the tariff to he changed, J. L. MacDouald, speak- ing rai henalt ol Moaclon manutactur- .hefore.the TariiE Commis- vv FRENCH PRESIDENT PAYS VISIT TO PARIS C1TV HALL aid yesterday paid his official denllai visit to tho Purls' city ballX This ceremony Is considered the- PARIS, Nov. Miller; Ecial Inauguration of the president. ft' Dr.J.E. Will Fill the 6hair of Veterinary Science ;At School of Agrieul- turej Rat-killing has become.a popular pastime with French.children, because ot the bounly of five paid by the government. HOLD TIGHT REIN ON THE TURKS HE MISERY 4 1 ii Removed by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. took Lvdia E. Funkharn'a Vegetable, Compound for backache, and I also had a female weak- ness. I felt dizzy and nervous, and was thout ener gy. I htid to force myself to do my work, and was always tired. Saw a Pinkhafn ad- vertisement which induced me to .take the Vegetable Com- pound, and my back _______________gradually stopped aching and I felt lighter in spirits. I 4' urn recommending the Vegetable Com- r pound with pleasure 16 ?.ll 1 meet who j complain as 1 BKOOK, Mcaford, Ont. Woman's Precious Gift The.rae which she should most, zeal- t OQsly giiard is her health, but she often n'eglecU to do so in season until some )1. ailment peculiar to her sex has fastened J .ilxelf upon her. When to affcctet women, may rely upon Lydii K. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, a remedy 5 tnzthas Ven wonderfully successful in U restoring health to suffering women. .If you have the slightest doubt tha' Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegetable Com pound will htlnyou, write to Lydia E Pinkhan Mr. MacDon- ald said most ot Iho workmen in 3Ioncton factories owned their homes and 'unlike thosein larger cltiES, who rented theirs, had their savings invest- ed in these homes. If changes were made in the'tariif those menvmight he thrown out of work and their con- be serious. He (added: "in the province of NTew Brunswick we have potential power in oar.water- alls, in hundreds of thousands ol .o'rsepower waiting to be developed hd right alongside each are-mineral deposits. Capital In enormous am- innls is required to develop these and vill nol be forthcoming if tho people controlling it are'in doubt as to the continuation of the policy ot adequate vrqtectfon. "The United'Stales: with a popula- :ion of over12 times that of Canada finds It necessary to maintain a tariff much higher than ours and nn- tier the Republican party recently elected increases'to it'are certain to made-r.'' "The finest product of Canada is tho Industripns and highly en- dowed .Canadian people. That'' On isnd .flipeeiiiily so thene maritime provide enough re PARIS. N'ov. 10.--A'dispatch to the llavas agency from Constantinople says: "As the Turkish goTernmeut .con- tlnu'ea to postpone-the execution ot certain undertakings required ;by the allies, hotauly the ratification''of the treat? of by "the imperial gov- crnmcnl, ihe trafie' and flhnnclal aid given the OUoman treasury will he curtailed. Jf that measurg; doss not -oduce' results, the "delivery. ot an .imatum-is being A University Professor At Gonvenlioii (From Our Own Correspondent) .'TABP'H, NOV. fir. j. a Davis. bffTaber7 Has been appointed to the chair. of veterinary sclsnce In government. .agHcultural school at iUymond, accord Ing' statement fl an Interview here today. 'Tue ai> iwintment'.was made-, nnd.thu new lecturer on veleriuary science. tomorrow for Ray- mond to consult the principal ot .the school with regard to the curriculum Bnsulng- term. Although tak- ing up his residence In Raymond, the hot Intend to police..nera'allpgether, but will make wisek-erid visits, so that th'ev veteri- nary, .needs of this district will be It '.fa -probable, however, thai practice In Ray- mond, as most'of his time IK. spent In that town. came to Al- berta from Hame, 111., where he at- tended the branch school of the vet- erinary department of Perdue Unl- versllj-, subsequently prac- tising'In the slate, and coming later district; where he has a farm south "of Barn well, though making his'' veterinary headquarters at Taber. On account of his growing practice in this vicinity) the doctor Intended removing here perma- nfritly; but was recently asked by he'department of con- sider'the appointment at Raymond. Pho appointnieiit was at first declin- ed, but-ho was requested to department officials' at Calgary, and after some discussion of tho matter, decided to a'cccpt the appointment The doctor carries with hint to his new field of '-labor, the hearties! wishes of the community for his EUO- ce'ss; t J- n' Agar for Its owi .'tboUBahds aro yearl> obliged to cross the line in search, o opportunities denied'them at home, IF a .national'trageily and ono that inu never. h> last Bight of.'by our legls lalors.'V EAST LINE MAN LOST THREE FINGERS (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Nov-- McLean, o winnlfredi left tonight for his bom near that town, after shipping th Till be opened, read and Answered by a wsman, trad held in stri.-'t confidence. I f She had a lovely time, but how ricr feet ached and burned.wKen srie got home, She knew what to iHen When she rubbed her feet it the ache and throb left and they felt perfectly next morning, It "rested" her tired feet Mcntholatnm ia a gentle healer for other "little ills" too tuts, burns, colds, etc, {j "Tk Utllt. ffmsifcr Ltlllt Hit" Winnifred. Mr. Agar. ..who'. 'Was formerly resident here, and later In charge o the Ulenner-Hassotl store at Barn well, 'Is iu the hospital at New Wc'a minster. B, from a nccltlent In one of the mills, In whic ho lost three of the fingers of h right, hand. The house here has bee rented furnished P. Cotto who is now leaving for the coast, an Ihe effects are being shipped to M McLean's home at Winifred. 4he la tcr being his Mr. M Lean, who Is holding big sale Nov. 16. has bcon farming extenslr If at Wlnnlfrcd, having two ensolli engines and a largo number lie will spend the winter 1 Mwllcliio Hat. I Know and a cold drop has marki jthe past few days lierc, but a ch'ttoc Ihls afternoon haa wiped off I beautiful. TORONTO DIVINE LAUDSSPUACiai Dr. Alexander Will be Popular Attraction at Gathering of School Teachers TATE EMPLOYEES INC.REASE Spain, Nov. collec- ve demand for Increased'.wages.-to cet the high cost of living has bpeu esented to tlie government by- the ssociation- of o'yees. Spanish 'state eni A Vapor TrtHnent for Coatte utt CoMt Tha tirac for ia at the first indicatioacf to use. yoa fait Uzht tie IJttle vxporizcfl the CrtKleae acd plpfg bed. Tba soothing tntlwptic breathing .easy, the orjgb, euet the Miriness iacd confnUon. acd rratccta in cpiden-.ics. Reeomitiepjed 'lor Wuvpfer Cwifc, Imcttfe, CiUnV mill for paAt' -Tba benefit J deKriptire booklet CO. laaf.JOa 'COST, OF EATING TAKES A DROP Stiff Joints Sore Muscles By Soreness and stiffness f (suiting from unaccustomed use'pf mnscles or too much exercise, such-as ten- nis, baseball, golf, hind-ball, etc, give quickly to the soothing effect of Hamlin's Wizard 'Oil. It penetrates fast, drives out the sore- ness, and Umbers -up 'aching joints and mnsetrs. Hamlfn's Wlurt OK s aVTfl preparfttlon ID in medlcini cbnt for ftnrt aid lln dbclor laar Is 'm reilabla 'aiypHcmiEoa for cult. biJicj. tlte> Bprtlsi brafeea hefcl npldlf undtr Us ptnclralfnc Kcip It on Generous tlM ISc. If you IroqbM flick trr Hfcmlln'a TVlMrd Juil pkniut Hai rills it dninUU for He. JIA.M1LTON', Nov. 10 at' Ilyers'on Methoilht f-hurch here last night. ROT. Dr. Byron Stnuffor oE Tor- onto, had words ot praise for J. O. L. Rprocklln, the fighting license inspector, at the Jvssex liorder. He thanked God, ho paid, for such men Sprauklln who had the to tho oi'gaiiizftd IKJIIOT runners. TWO FISHERMEN DROWN 1'ICTON, Ixionaril McKibbon and Everett Hineman, fish- nrmen, were drowned oft Salmon Point yotcrday. Thoy another lishenrian. -Trank Dfmoro, set out nt daybreak to lift their nets. They had n bis lift and had starleil 'nr (shore, when il is presumed tlm seas fitlpil their linjil ami it unnk, Uomorc ono and a halt miles wilh nil his I cIpthc-3 on to shore and was picked jup unconscious .by u farmer There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard; But the old-fashioned rnusfard- piaster burned Eisi blistered while it acled. Get the relief and help that mustard piasters gave, without' Ihe placer and without the blister, Mustorolc docs it. It (s a clean, tthilc. cinlmcnt, made with on of mus- tard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not blister the tendercst skin. GenllymassageMuslerole Inwilhtha fingeMips. Seefcowqulckiyitbringsio speedily the pain disappears. Use Minfertile for core throat, bron- chitis, tonsililla, croup, stiff neck, esthma. neuralfla, hcsdache. conges- Uon, plmrisy, rheumaUsm. lumbago, pains and afhcs of the barker joints, sprains, core muscles, bvufeesi, chil- blains, frosted cold's of the chest (it often prevents The Southern -Alberta Teachers' convention, comprising the four in- spectorates at Lothbridge, Macleod, Cardstqn arid Fo'reViost, which will opeti on Thursday, will he the largest district .convention in the province- It is expected; that 'tltere will ba at least Ihree hundred I'ciichers present Everything that organising 's capable of doing has been done to ensure its discussions'promise-to he of a highly interesting description and Ibe addresses to be delivered'are in the hands of capable men who are thot-oughly familiar with the subjects which they will discuss and elucidate: The convention Is opeu to the .public [who wish to be prosenL.' The principal speaker on the- first Iday the school in the cily, Thursday, November 'Will be Dr.-Alexander, He will- ad- dress Ihs teachers in., the, afternoon -in Weslty church on "The Teacher in the School Room." His. evening ad- dress, entitled "Widening will he open to the public for' whom, .as well ns lo the teachers, Intended. j The public is cordially; Invited i Dr. Aleiandcv. There Is'no admission charged. :T Professor Will jam Hardy Aleiander ias been Professor of Cl a Bales in the University of Alberta since Septem- ber, 190S, when the institution opened its doors for classes. -Ho Is a grad- uate of the University of Toronto and the University of California. Honor- ary president of the class of 1912, the class ot I91S, and of th_e.University of Alberta Alumni Association. Presi- dent of the Edmonton :Rotary -'-Club. Canadian Vice-President the Am- erican Unitarian Association. Well- known as 3 public speaker in, the western provinces. Anthor' of "Col- lege and Religion." This is a popular presentation of some old truths relative to tho responsibility of each Individual for the varidus'cir- clcs In which he lives. Starting from the duty of each of ns to train himself or herself, It proceeds lo examine relation' of each of us to the family, (he community, the nation, and tho world. While tbc theme Is a serious Is bandied humorously and -al ways meets with the approval of the audiences lo which It Is dcllVered.'No one who Is afraid to laugh In'public should come. G. Fred McXally.' M. who will speak during the scho'fll convention on the second day. Friday, is Provin- cial Supervisor of Education In Al- berta. Tho local committee consider themselves fortunate In being able to secure the services of so able an ed- itrallonsHrt, He will discuss' the Rural School Curriculum on Friday morning and "Social Leadership 'In the Community" In the afternoon-both at Wesley Hall. Both subjects aro of great community Interest'and it is hoped that many of-the public ag can will attend tho addrcssQS. HAIR ORNAMENTS LATEST CRAZE IN LpNDOfi SOCIETY LONDON, Xnv. ornaments are taking on a ,now and novel leaso of life. There Is a ro-awakoned fancy just now for the fancy expressing itself in swathlngs of tulle or tlneci brocade, sbdt tissue or beaded embroidery, harmonizing or contrasting wlih the-Tevorc'il color scheme. Somcllmes saucy looking frills of Bllver. gold, or black eh.intlllr laco, or wea Yashmak veils welghled with beads.'rlanglo ff.ohl these bands discreetly veiling the eyes Arid Impart- jk( a decoptite air of A BOSTON, Nov. 'Stales Attorney.D. J. Gallagher that a chain of 20 rostaurari's in this, city .had made reductions inVthe 'prices of many dishes ranging Iroiri H to 50 per cent. Package, Is fienn proof; The eads are sealed by that all theeoodnessarkJfiatfocr are retained tor you. Each stick if separately wrapped, to'keep it fresh and clean till yod need it after every roeU or cbtar. i WWteos teeth, clears tbroat, sweetens breath, aldsappetlte and digestion benefits small price. And The Flavour LASTS "But 1'Ajn Not Nervous, Doctor, See How Strong I Am" you are strong, all right, and I I find after a careful examination that there is no indication of or- ganic disease." v- "Then what does seem the It is your nerves, the internal nerves which control the action of the vital or- gans such as the heart, the stomach, the liver, the kidneys, etc. This is called the sympathetic nervous system. It is not at all uncommon for strong, healthy-looking people to suiter from this'form of nervous "I never thought I was "How do you act in the "dentist's "Well, I generally keel over in a faint." "That is just it. Your sympathetic nervous system is affected by thought that you are going to be hurt. Your diges- tive troubles are clue to the run-down con- dition of your nerves." "f never thought of that." "No, and not many people realize .the all-important part played by thei'rieryes' in the digestion of the food and the funb-, tioninc of the vital organs. The flow of the digestive fluids in the stomach.'the filtering of bile from the blood by the liver; the purifyirfg of thejjlood by the kidneys these many more are controlled by the system. Consequently nervous energy runs low ail these procissea'aie slowed up and you suffer accordingly. j "VVhile examination shows that'-ttetB- is no organic action of thfese organs is weak because of the exhausted of the You need a good nerve tonic." Nervs "What about Dr. Chase's 'I J" "There-is nothing bettor that rknoVi of% 1 find evidence everywhere I go of-the exceptional restorative power, off tWa popular treatment. But do not expect get .well in a day. It takes time to brinsf back strength and vigor exhausted' nervous "How long will I need to use the Nervd T "That is hard to say, Perharis two or three months. But you will soon feel .the benefit of this treatment and then keep right :on using it until you are r. 'Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 60 cents a all dealers, or Kdmanson, Rates Co., Ltd., Toronto, Look for portrait and sig- nature of A. w. .Chase, M.D., onH'io bos you buy. ;