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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920 THE DAILY HE5AL0 SALADA BUILDING, BOSTON. -V. TWItmNG, TORONTO. THE -THREE LARGEST TEA- WAREHOUSES'IN ffHE WORLD. These three huge'Avarehonses owned and operated exclusively by-the Saliirta-Tea Company-are the- largest In tha .world devoted, to the blending arid packing of'tea. In' less., than-30 SaUida-. has v bccomo'a household word throughout Canada and die United-Slates find is, indeed, by far- the largest V telling tea in America. 'Large nuantilies are also exported to South America and-to Europe. -Besides these buildings in Toronto; Montreal other Salada offices, aro situated in Wlunlpeg, New York Chicago Detroit, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco and London, fcng. The Company-trades only in' tea -and only in tea "of Salada ;aMlly, thus assuring undivided attention to tho product livery Salada, wherever "bought, may bo relied upon to be ot exactly .the same fine 'quality, and to'yield an uneQualied; cup of tea. .-Tula policy of keeping faith, with tho public has been responsible'for'Salada's .eitraordinary .i SALADA BOIDDINO, MONTREAL, NO REASON WHY YOUNG MEN 'IQULDSniEETTHEIR BEST GlRB TOUCHES LIGHTLY THE I QUESTION OF THE upon ,he Snathe" vexed-Tlaiary question Professor W..H. Alexander. Ph.IX, of classics of the (Irifversity of rAlhertar: _ .'jing: a. well d'evelopedl.braln. -Tho pro- gres's one-Hundred years is measured In- this- way, although .the bo.dy is practically the It. is ne'cessary." for person 'to that body to have vent to ila natural sometimes. recognition-Is necessary as to their; Value in a commuhily. He asked the teachers to, cultivate an intense, love at their country and to reallzettnat Canada 'is' the in.: the world. of 'country and thrift are three lessons that should be learned and .'which, can beHearnei from Scotland. He spoke "of thOreach hetwe.eSl the east 'and' the west.'and said "effoVts-of "all to bridge it. Hud throwing should not beiiaduiged In 'The of.Nalionn should be proceeded with without the .United Stales, he maintained. great responsibility: the ''i.dot in the' the first circle, he sal'd during his concluding remarks.' Jilore appreciation cjtizons of the of. all tho'cir- cl'es, Including faying particular to the' way.--the clUzonspf "other.nations. A was 'rendered U.F, A. MEMBERSHIP IS MAKING A BIG ADVANCE Drive is Bringing -in .Lot of {N6.W is :'Aclive Issued- con- yf a person vetiticn'fpr mQre.-coiialderatioii jn denes the and.advised O! face-naluro'will do its worst, the teachers Io gain f. hc -is necessary By. this liiTmeant that a person must have esefdise, which'-is the natural outlet' of "the' animalism of the hOdy. He s'ppkejojt hunting anil, of playing C3 himself up iy school, INDUSTRY IN ALBERTA IS to develop. the mind anil besides this work is needed. Press Helps _ It Is qot necessary a function of the uiilvSriiities-.B'nd collegiates to give all an j'.fTr.e .printing press has marks lie illustrated his subject by comparing the'title, to the circles caus-; cd by the ot a' stone Into a body of water and often during his discourse :he by stories; The Centre Every person is tho dot In the cen- tre of a circle and the widening circles are (he family, the community, the country and the world. This dot in the centre of each circle io the most important .thing. la the tho view' of that particular person the person" looks out .on the -world and to him the most Important thlni. iuUBt be himself, the speaker argued. Through this view the Immense iro- portaace of personality can be recog- nized, he continued. It Is the work a', education to bring out this person TpTPEOPLE SHOULD TAKE PHOSPHATE Airoet Pluln Bltro-Phosphate Hilnte Build Strong Nerves and Put Firm Healthy Fleih. your nerve's plenty bt' phos phkto irlth enough left over to giv the blood and bone cells a generou helping and you should qnickly not a return to old-time vigor with 'power ot endurance that -will surprls two prominent New Yor phTfiiclinB. Thinness, .weakness an laok of ambition aro In most 6ascs du io nnierfed noivea, and this Is s simply because modern foods are li menltply weak in phosphoric e1 was drowned near. "Udiy when Ber-boat SHEARWATER GOES ,.....TO THE SCRAP HEAP an- other'gbsoleUfw'ar-.craK-has been rele-. gated to the'scrap iieari.7. fiifni of naval-service hai'unaei' con- V hog This figure Includes women'aiid-is only the results recclv-] ed at the Oalgalr Headquarters for those days'.'', to that period! canvassers ta'the-Lethbrirtge .constituency sent io 1473.00 asimemlicrship fees. pa: '-was tun- ning strong IvlTU- subscriptions- total- ing 5603 and.'Bow .with No; re- tuma were from On tie following day Bow niyer'still held.the lead'.ivith a daily ;.subscrip-j lion first'returns oil .the above perltfd from Lethbrldge Pin Cher Creek, Kvans', Clareshoim, J38; J. F. .Vr.r'nisnd, Strang and Clareeholm, Mr." Hut' the campaign-is re-1 esh.blm, Tia'ger-l snhbilttefj ini tail-1 pur- Clareshofrri, C, Hutchinebn, Clar- Stephen Lunn, Uaslng the campaign-is ,rted lo-have said: "Everywhere .1' Medicine Hat: Cluria. Johnson, SeV6: jnt keen on the pollticalPerspns, Jas. A. Barrett, Pollock- was icyyard. prodric'efs- are -little announced aa J296.00. Macleqd sent any British'1. subsidy" of. a'centa {652.00 "'iind JJIe'd.Wlne Hat {37615. on" C.anafliarU pf Lethbridge figure made ui the'faTmer8''dlscbnliriued Ktg breeding.-! cd 5144. "H. J. .Orcutt, With, the fall, when sent e changed, conditions', this jn j27; Max Dorialdson, Cbaldiile, rough' grains are', plentiful, Medicine Hat" returns were anil there 'will, undoubtedly bo a large Rirer still maintained Its sup- number 'of (growers again following -remacy with Mapleoil con- the. Industry, hut. they. state itjwlll bd 5405.8.5.- The. total receipts at lea'sf 12 months they are In for Sth 'and' the to ..supply the' home :and received. r.during.'.llid. campaign coast market, and. that two year? must UI, to that date was J1SJ040.S2. Is again 'a good i These returns "show that Coaldale, crop, of coarse, jsra.ms Iif the'meantinie Which has formerly had a weak local' changing its mind and will- have a ire" tbeyXTCili be 'tiio'eiport 'trade. v DOCTORS.-THREATEN STRIKE; MINERS'- INCREASE PAY theyrare dressed iin isi their best. This; the speaker did not think-was right. Ma trlmony Is a note on which heavy dls counts should be made. Talking aboilt tho raising of a fam lly he mentioned tho trouble and dlf -BAT, ,10.-frA hrealened .strike' of- medical, pra'cll- in. tho mining districts of Nova Scotia has been averted by a jractlcally unanimous vote of .the vari- ous locals of the United Mliii grariting ..an Increaso, in tho lovy'On the miners who .pay for thoir -cents 'a week1. The'new rate ot.40 cenls ask'ed by thfj wlH--riow be put- Ipto effect. TWELVE Avoid. Indigestlpnj Sour Acid.Stomach, Heartburn', Gas on Stomach, Etc, Indigestion and practically, all forms of. stomach' trouble, say medical authorities, arc due nine times out ol ten to an excess of hydrochloric acid In tho stomach. Chronic' "Acid slom- Is exceedingly dangerous and suflorers should do either ooo-ot two cr account -j- '1' reaCfve tuu T." Hi i i of this city effect-'of'1 the fcr' of that. In-jharirifuhdcldTand slllutloh by-the Bank of England, for upward', of a i. Tho balance of tho-Adriatic's gold .waa cotislsrfed to ____ and asked If, after all, the companyv making a total O'r more r'eliablo antlacli raising of a fptnlly Is not worth all i received ibanKldg Bisu'r'atcd Magnesia and It11 can and-make it a prnc thd'.effe.c.t-bf'.tlu prpyeiit'.lho.'forma sourness .or -premature lion of: fermentation by the.uso'of a Disurated Magnesia at their meals. There la' probably no- better, safe nerves direct nitro-Fhoaphale, a plain, ordinary organic phosphate that druggists know ill about. Tens of thousands of run-down, del- icate, frail underweight havo learned the way to belter health through Bltro-Phosphate.. It was just tho ono element lacking to rut. on this trouble and worry. Children are the best assets of the state, ho con- tinued. Teacher's Part The nest circle Is the community and In this the teachers can play a great part. He advised parents: to consult teachers to a greater extent about, their children, because teachers are In a position to see faults and good points about, the .children parents likely Io miss. ;Mo spoke about tho public sport ot knock- ing tha church and said the not perfect because anything tliat is full of human beings cannot be so, but (ho church Is a method of approach. It la sound reason to try to keep much desired flesh, and bring them! teachers In tho profession because ox- health, happiness, and a mind frcojperience Improves them. T hoy should tram U 4 1IVIJUIILO unjJiwruo lutni. i niiuuiit jbfl given an adequate salary and more hotisu so'far this year, used for this purpose.' It has Most of the .gold' Imported I no direct action on tho stomach nm Kuhn, Loeb and a digcstcnt.. teaspoon from South Africa ilo Loniioh where'ful of'the powder or A couple of flv it was bought market in grain tablets laken In a Illtlo water competllfon with tho British and Or-' lenUil Intercsls. The Nallonal Clly Bank .a________ tho nrrlvnt" of gold Francisco from Australia. 'S NOBEt PRIZE FOR PHYSICS STOCKHOLM, Nov. f, Qulllaumo BreieullI, of the inter- national bureau of weights ami -meas- ures, has ,been awarded the .N Prize fof physics by Swedish" ..Academy Scleilcc." 'itfi discoveries relative (o- tho alloys of nlclilo Urn this ORPHANS; Forward Once Again in the Cause of Humanity Study this map. Typhus has seized "on 'these nations. A terrible dearth of doctors, nurses and medical supplies makes them an easy prey, They-are dying like flies. Their resources at an. end, there is no hope for peoples save from outside, tho food will neutralize the ex tasti acidity which i may ha prosen and 'prevent, its further formation THis 'removes the whole, caus.o o (he trouljlo and the. 'meal digest naturally aiid healllifuHy without net of-pepsin jilfts of: artificial digcstc-nt of iiWiralc Magnesia irom ,ariy roilablo ifriiggfRt. Ask powder or tnhlels. It never 'comes PS a liquid, or cilralo and.In the .blsurateofi form Is; tiot, a laxajlve. Try this plan tt'l cat, jyhat anrl BCO If this isn't tho best advice you tnr had British Empire War Rtlief Fund hai organized under the patronage of His Majesty the King to raise funds to combat world-threat ening ant) dittrwj in triMe stricken I arut. The fund will be administered in Europe in with the League of Red Cross Soiktiek. Every ctatUr will be made to count. dm Ait achievements in tin war mutt not bl dimmed by liggard tupport here. .ThU tq fommon eflort (ot humanity that the Empire forth to all itipeopleir Canada can only (ive Celebrate the anniversary of 'the 'Armistice by yodt'thankoffering ient or taken to: Canadian Red Cross in your tontribaliorf >o yojr nearest local branth or to Alberts Diviitfui, frfi' O'Sullivin Blotk, Gataary ;