Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THE GYM CLASSES FOR BOYS OF START ON MONDAY SMenteen am causes for their hoys wttl to fa. Also a Uthbrldge wtU iurt-i ?OB -will know the time et yoor gyia of tkm vtt be oji tht) stei; on tha North thu reaecn for this' bting that tlM time. Mi nU The cents a week will start as .well and boys must this with them. The boys will coaw through their churches but It lias been found aeeowr to eeabiM a Bumber of the wits ot coBlng [rom tie wko a large nitmber of boys. So that seVeral of smaller units wlU he claai.' Ttlt schedule U oaly Umgeniry and tosoe rsadjustments Swimming wm after classes only for boys on the south V. H. C. A. Cytre-.aoJum be and epeeU. Bade for iwlramlag at Ike A 1 aad B 1 A B S A S and B 3 A 4 4.15-5.15 7.4M.W 7.W4.00 for toys of tbe north side who gu ta'i A aorJoa out to every ckarch.lu the time'and class _''___'___ _____ XTiattmcfced soalh side 4.15-5.15 7.004.80 4.1S-U5 7.00-8.00 Boys unibli to get to- account of Uklas- papers Satarday ciass Gymnasium Just OmiTfjal You SlaM't Liniment Helps Drive Away '.-iBhiumitie Twinges HY 7enUure.'} ..you know Sloan's Liniment'will re- lieve It' promptly? It conldn't remain the World's.Liniment for 39 years tt It wasn't highly beneficial in 'relieving rheumatic aches, stiff Joints, sore muscles, lumbago, lame back, neuralgia, strains, bruises and the re- sults of exposure to bad weather. Peietnites without'rubbing, leaving no stained skin, clogged pores, mussi- Saturday- Special yeans. I KVrth-1EWe't: s s.30-10.3' 'Boys to jet, to.-oUwt' gym a' special dies will bel The. iveaU that we BI only-taking the out one nigh a week and'that there areI no, gym cUuts ubder The Training -ol Children (By'Brlce Boiden, M.D.) HEAVY The jroblem ol developing children Willy that ot controlling them ithout undue. And wearying friction may-be more eully solved by per- plexed parents If they understand the dose connection o! the ol children with their general health. To begin with It nay be uteiy as- sumed tut ill hsalthy children are ool children, and to go still farther ilong this line o! argument one may uet as safely say that in most esses 'badness" In the child U the fault ot the who hare not managed kin property. There ara some cases, however, la which'exceptions must bs the rules (or controlling children, they, are suffering Iron ner- vous derangemegts and cannot be ex- pected to conform In the same way as loraul children. These, are children bora o! defective parents or who'hare been nertoasly Injured by hemorrhage fntfl tie brain at birth or have been affected! by meningitis; -i The first itep in'controlling children is to make them as healthy as possible through proper feeding and 'plenty of one Is familiar .with the disagreeable child who Is very evidently' overfed and suffering more from autointoxication than from a con- genltally nasty dIspoiitloiL So, given a normal, healthy child lo work with, wo can make a, model of happiness and'tractability if we will use: kind, firm coatrol 'and carefully selected suggestion. This, however, 'will not change the Inborn character- istics of a child, as for Instance, In the case of an extremely active child, whom It Is Impossible to transform Into the quieter type tot our "own con- venience without doing the harm which always results from OF SUPRtME COURT Heavy Damage Are Brought Against the s bg of stttlnpt tha 'Coirt, to. in the city ots Tuesday to over ITiere over 'fifty JiltK'Ittee 'chamber :r of canes the'C, P. R. with .-.kU.1 1 tbe. rail railway ease claim made by Alex- ander" ,-to, ______ ._ .he'states that he: wu by the C. P. R. at the to the engaged, in the work ot loading the car and-found it necessary to go to the freight sheds of the defendant for the purpose ot obtaining train whifh were necessary for UM work he waa engaged in.. turning, he alleges, .he -was shuck and injured by. a yard engtai, prevent cage Uw tbttojn shift' in Wilch by" the descending of tfilii', alleged negligence back bone was fractured.and and Injured, in capacitating, him for the remainder of his life! :He claim; ipectal damages for and and gen- eral damages. fttfucfc; by Cngfne the ;case the rail- ray Gokey. ter ud.bbcksmlth o wl be .llowed In the buIldlaK attend- ing school and is below "the -lltn grade In High school atter-7.00 oVlock ness. A pain and -ache liniment that exce'pt on Friday and; Sat- ,m ID t' one in doing what It la meaut to de..'Get today and keep It handy. All druggists. Three sixes Tho largest Is most economical. -Made'in Canada.' of fun for the boys' in their'gym work ils year so jet out next week and hear what we are sip liniment Dyes'' Colors Never Streak, Run or.haveithat g-ollig iota child, indo- lent child, although never likely to be stirred by great activity, will at least be happy and obedient. Suggestion wisely used is nearly always suffici- ent both for the control of childreu arid for tha guidance of their moral life." Corporal pnnlBhment and methods of discipline akin to it are rarely needed to 'control, healthy children', and .threats, suppression and deceit are disastrous in their effect upon the nervous system of the youngster.' Leader NEW. YORK' Nor. driyer of- driver's STOMACH O.K. :1 Acidity-i ind Gases ended with "Pipe's Ditpepwt" '4 .4 Millions of people know that tt is needless to be bothered with Indiges- tion. dyspepsia or a disordered ach. A lev tablets of Dia- pepsln neutralize acidity and sfce relief at once. When your mcala dont fit aid you feet uhcomfprtable, when yba belch gases, adds or raise sour, Mdijwted food. When you feel lamps ol todi- geitlon pain, heartburn" at beaiKlw. from acidity, just eat a tablet of tape's Diapepam and ihe stoaaaci dte- tress tt tone. i The cost is so little. Tbo so great. Yon, too, will be a DJa- pepeln' enthusiast afterwards. of the wagon: which drei; the vxplOE- ie which Wiled 37 person; and wound- ed hundreds-on. September, ieth last street; reraamtd In the .ylcm- ty for 48 minutes afterward, the declared today In contlnBlnc preteoUtlon of' evidence the explosion mys- The paper claimed that the explos- ive, a giant .dynamite bomb, was sect to a gang at Broad and Wall strttts'iri-a murder plot by out- raged indivfdaals or sympathizers with Barnto's nnlon No. 95 in against members of the IraiWIng trades council local which had'supplanted Zarazo's men on the job; pretence'in the vicinity of, plosion for. EO the failure of the police to act with reas- onable, said the paper, "was brought out yesterday by the publication of the picture in the Even- ing World showing the driver on tie sidewalk bridge In front ot. the build- ing nut to the Block exchange with three other men after the" explosion. "This exclusive picture was part of the mttTmg picture film. Further on the Sim a clock Is shown as .Indicating the time as, This was. 45 min- ntw after .the: deadly expibtUm.' "In all that.elapsed time'-the driver was evidently mmgllng -'with the swarms of.police and detectives.who were on; scene Immediately fol- lowing the blow-ujp." SUSPENDS PUBLICATION TORONTO, NOT; Canadian Courier, a weekly migaxine published in this city has suspended 'publica- tion. It is said that there may be a re-organiiatipn and tha Journal make Its re-appearance. MEN ORGANIZE Each packgne of "Diamond Dyes' contains directions to simple that any .woman'can diamond-dye a new, rich, fadeless color into worn, shabby gar- ments, draperies, coverings, whether silk, linen, .cotton .or. mixed goods Buy 'Diamond other perfect, results are gnar antced even if you have never dyed before. Druggist has show- ing 'sixteen rich colors7. LONDON, Nov. As- sociated. Brace, one ot the moderate leaders ot Ihe miners in Great Britain has accepted a gov- ernment post in the mines depart- ment at a salary ol a year Mr Brace and others like him great- ly alended the extremist miners bf the settlement and a flerte agitation Is being worked up for their deposition This has prob- ably Influenced Mr Brace's decision as his porittoa amongySouth Wales miners Is very His ap- pointment will involve a bye-election ,in the Abertillery of Mon- mouthshire. Another electoral oc- curred in tho Mluaieton uivlaiun of by the appointment of Sir Ryland Atkins as the recorder ot Slrmingham Sir Ryland is a coall Ion Liberal and had over ma- orlty at the last election. "They WORK while you sleep" (Canadian ars to be propa- ganda In a new form apparently in- tended to appeal to ex-service men of all countries and.band them rtogether in one great anti-capitalist organiza- tion Is finding its way Into Canada and meeting jffith rather a.cMly re- Nothing Like Internal Bathing for Con- stipation If'people only knew what lulerhal Bathing is doing .for thousands of others there would be fewer Pills anil Laxatives swallowed, and very much less suffering, from Constipation and the accompanying Stoma'ch and Nor- toua Troubles resulting from It..: J.. A, Copper Cliff, Ont., writes: hayo .been uilng, your J. B.t; cascade'for' the'past three .'months, and am convinced that It is most-' modern and scientific method been, I .will lose no opporlnnity to promote its use among my frien.ds, as ;I can speak tnithfally and enthusiastically as to Us Hy. tbe proper-aprfkatlon ture's'cnre.t.'warm water, Iby -meafis of the J. B. L. Cascade, the lower In- testlnea are kept free from all poison pus waste- Drugs force Nature. In ternal bathing assists her. Dr. Chas.-A. Tyrell of New York a Bathing, In venled and perfected tho J. B. L Cascailo, which has dono more dur Ing tho past 20 years In restoring health and lessening disease than al other moans combined. Ask tho lied Cross Drug and Book Co., Lelhbridge, for booklet, "Why Man of To-day Is Only 50 Per Cent Efficient." They will also fjft pleased to snow and explain tbe J. B. Cascade, to you, or write to Tyro Jlyglonlc Institute, 163 College Street Soviet Demand Surrender Of Wrangel Army PIIFQ mM po not ff nnolhcrdaTvll H c h I r.g, fcteei Ing, or rro of Into a Put a teaspodoful of tKe genuine "SALADA" !or every TWO cups. Pour on freshly BOILINQ HJ for five iwftotefc TH8 RESULT Drill be the most perfect tlavoored, tea you ever tasted. the capitalist regime. The correspondence was 'acknow- ledged but It is not thought that any further action will be taken by (he G. W. 'V; A, particularly as'tba prin- ciples of the new association ara dir- ectly opposed to the principles of the G. SBBASTOPOL, NOT. forces f General Wrnngel in tho Crimea'are ti a moat desperate .situation. The Bolshevik having broken through all he lines oC defense, are now atlack- ng the.Wrangql army in the rear. The evacuation of Sebastopol prob- ably, will be .effected, by Sunday, ac- 'quarters close to General Wrangel quoting him to that effect It is reported the Bolshevik have, sent an ultimatum to General Wrangel de- .uncoudilional, surrender of the army. You are billons, constipated, head- achy, full of- cold, unstrung.' Your meala don't breath Is bad, skin sallow. Take one or two Cas- carets tonight for your liver aad bowels and wake up clear, rosy and cheerful. No inconven- ience. Children love Cascarols, .top. 10, 25, 50 cents. li ceptloh. 'It in Oie: form letters and pamphlets addressed to the Dominion'secretary of the Great War from-r-the 66cretiT7 of. .tte fc-.Servica MTOI' In- ternational, 'Kgazy 'who writes from Paris. Tha International, Mr. Birbnsse states, was .formed at the congress of Geneva In! May, which "drew together in th'e common j belief In an .Ideal.'of eoclal freedom j more than a.iafll.loa Fienchj.'German, Austrian, Alsallans, Jogo- Slav men, who consider it their duty to make their .voice, heard for Ihe first the' presence of; the new catastrophtes with Which the' world Is menaced by, the.. jiplert'-of the entente." In his G. A. to join, the, men's nternational, .thG ,rof -that' lody says: "They mean .to fight all circum- stances nationalism and. imperialism which sanctify colle'cUve. and murder ami an point of view, that is say, that of morality and-common Interest. 'IThey declare that the cause ot the entente In the war against Eastern Europe Is a.bad .ca.use and that the .of- ficial attitude of France and England with regard to. Russia Is dishonor- able." The letter goes, state that tne- Intcrnatlonal condemns -the purely political character ,agal.nst Socialistic Russia, and that. Ita. members are pledged to do all in their power to overthrow militarism and the rulo of A. whote aim >mong other things, Is to promote loyally to the empire: Backache snonld wrer mate the mriocs mistake of Y. nrglectmr backache or pains ia the side. They -art. too frequently, symptoms of dreaded fcH- nejr iroiibie, and indifference may bring serions con- se4jnences. Prolonged agonies can be avoided if you take Gin EiKs first sign of backache or diiii- 'j jiessj-headsche, or pains in the sides..1 Going rixht to tie kidneys, the source of the Gin Pills biniii backache, no matter how severe. If yea i" not obtain relief, will refund your money. At all druggists and dealers, 60c a box or six boxes for National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd, Toronto, Ont. V. S. Address: Na- Inc., 262 Main St, Bunaio, K.Y. The Real Facts About RC, a Winter Residenti AN OPEN LETTER TO THE RESIDENTS OF These facts are published by the Vancouver Publicity publlo orjiTiliatlon -which believes that Vancouver offers rtsWenta of LtthbrtelgB a thoroughly .desirable Winter place where you and your family can expense spefid the Wlntar months In comfort'and enjoy- you much needed rtit after tho work of the past i you home refreshed and with new vigor for next season's the result of our work in past years, thousands of Lethbrldge folk have spent their Winters In Vancouver arid all declare Itielr satisfaction delight with their vacation. Consider the following advantages ire Special Npv; Btar has 'dispatch from Windsor In which It Is authoritatively informed that, prompted by the recent tragedy at Saolwlch as well as on account of tho poor health of his wife, Rev. 3. 0. L'. Spracklln, pastor of Sandwich Methodist chtirch has tendered his resignation to the Ontario government as apedal officer for tho enforcement of the liquor act, it is said that Mr. Sprackiin has consented to sorve as "private" In the ranks of the liquor Insectors, but will no longer contlnua as He is now going away for a month's holiday. QET8 BRONZE OAK LEAF COBALT, Ont., Nov. ter Walter Blnny" of this town, a war veteran, today received from London a certlflcftto >nd a bronze oak leaf as his reward for having been mentioned In dispatches by General Sir Douglas ___________ u Haig. Mr. Blnny ,Tvon these honors Dr CfeuVi Ointment wUI telTev'ii'yiiii'st'mm! In tho Ypres salient and he also won sffoid Hsling benefit. 6M. n-lioxi all tho Military Mcdnl In the same sector ?notllor was severely MMf tumpto _ How to Make Coffee AHmr toping ful rf Std 'Braml Coffcelo each cup, hilitg vtttx the coffee.1 Simmer y minutw. Be DIM you UM ricfe, fuIttodW SEALBRAND COFFEE Whole, fat-ground for Trkohion and ofdiruty ton. In i 2-lh. >H gooJ iakn; Write for "Perfect Perfectly Muled free en MON1KCAL. SPORT BULL.ETJNS, Final score: Hamilton L Tigers 11; Montreal A.AAjS. Princeton' Has 819 Lead 'Princeton '6. ''Third period: "PrincetpH 20; Yale 0. REDUCES THE FINE IMPOSED ON POUT ARTMOK' tJof; fine of imposed on'iAndrew Hooney, manager Of the' Bank of Nova here for .haying in; his. posses- sion fnrs .without: coupons yias been reduced by tiVrrilnlsler ofjcontrol of the' game department owing to the extenuating circumstances. APPLE SHIPMENTS HEAVY HALIFAX, Nov. (Canadian shipments from Hall- fax this season are very heavy. Tho shipments so far total barrels principally for- ths United Kingdom us tgalnst barrels for the whole of last season. TO STUDY THE FILMS TORONTO, Nov. "Moving pic tnros, objectionable antl was the subject which was rcsponsihlo this forenoon for n meeting held by the committee, oh objectionable lllcra lure and .equal moral standards of Iho local Council of II was decided to. pass through tin local council, rcuucst to councils and their nmilated societies throughout tho Dominion to make, a special study v I the Illnis shown their owniunltlts Delightful and no exlremo cold one which makes outdoor life possible with comfort practically ali Winter. Meeting thp': thousands from sll parts of .tho. Northwest who. ore coming to Vancouver this win- ter. (If you are thinking about coming, your frlenda in other parts of '.the Northwest :io meet '.yon here.) Seeing the hundreds' of oirftlme Lethbrliige friends now living on Ole Coast. Seelns the great natorol for, .which Vancouver Is nfn'Joylng motoring over beautiful scenic Golfing, Hunting, Many forms of out- doir sport, i Free Service Bureau (Maintained for tho convenience of orgnnizatlon with nothing to sell.) Offers informa- tion before you you gst located when yon arrive. Pro- vidcB 8 central hcadriiinrters for meeting mall or wires may bo sent. Is always at yoiir-MrvIce while you are in tho city. Rftoliler Here when you Mnke 6ur rooms your headquar- Service is Free. Board [-of Trade reetptlons for Prairie short courses ia Agriculture, arranged by the TJii l- versity of B, C. and the Y. M. C. ''A.''- Honse" atysncouver so- cial organizations. Ample in Hotels, .Houses and', private rooms or housekeeping privileges or without board. Cost of 'Minimum expense lor See your local Agent for round trip. 'rates Cost of living here no more. than on the Prairies. Women and Children- Shopping, theatres, in Ihe big Coast Health which comee from outdoor a trip that ..means a new. lease QB life for SPECIAL Your Canadian Ootlir 100 cents No exchange, no Headiax. Always in close touch with In of emergency, Send Today for Our Illustrated Folder Write us for special Information on any desired point.. i Address Enquiries to Vancouver Publicity .Bureau J. R. DAVISON, Manager 330, Seymour St., Vancouver, B.C.