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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEW THE LETHJBRffiQE .DAILY HERALB TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16> 1920 Pd A Book With the Names Of The Selkirk Settlers TORONTO, Nov. Louisa, tuuntess ot Selkirk of Balmae, Kir- fcndd Bright, Scotland, Tfcn estate valued at at Uor death January 10 last, held stock In the Cockshutt Plow companj-, Brautford, Ontario, and probate of the estata lias been granted in the Ontario surrogate coart. The will contains the following Tho coronation chairs that used at the coronations of King Edward and King George, I should liko to bo preserved at Oulton.. book wilti "signatures in it of tii6 Beitiri'Ecttisrs that I gpt -hoo in Canada and ell other books con- nected with theia, 1 to to St. Mary's :Islo to placed there "In the llbrarj- with 'the family records." MILITARY PRECAUTIONS IN DUB11N A barricaded road leading out of Dublin aai a "growler" being searched for. arms which might be destined for the'Sinn Fein. The Salt Tfeat Savors CANON SCOTT REPEATS HIS CHARGES ABOUT r- THE ROSS RIFLE NOT. Rev. Canon F. G. .Scott. 9t Quebec, addressing tho general; T.orontp ministerial associa- tion., her e reiterated his charges with regain! to the unsuitable- ness of the. Ross rifle in the ivar and said: "Sir Sain Hughes saya la au- STorts my communication regarding tho'Ross rtflo, that the loss of my son has affected my sanity. Well. it. has not. need a thorough investfia-j tloa Into the whole affair." I GO1NQ TO NEW YORK TORONTO, Nov. Dr. Ri- bourg1, who was borii in France, Jiud baa occupied a "charge in' but priest vicar at St. Alban's In this city; has' call to St. .Andrews, Fitih I York City. Boys'Work To Be a Big Feature At Religious Education Conference In Lethhridge November 18th and 19A These are tho days.dl great and classes should plan to attend this Im- growlnj Interest in boy life and boys': portant conference in order to learn work. .'Churches, Rotary Klwaais! of the programs being followed and Clubs, Chambers of Commerce and ;t ho -progress being made In this ini- havV caught a ns-.vpsriant Tho provincial leader vision of- the importance, and possi-'ls anxious to-meet every man who ls> btlltles of the boys. H is a-significantiuileresied in boys' work and Is ready 1 and that it b the! to mats his In auyi men's dubs which are concerning men are themselves, about the programs .of .their..obligation toward growing boys STOP LOOK and LISTEN scientists claim that alum is unsafe baki far that some >owder have the words MAGIC BAKING POWER Contains No Alum Pure Wholesome Economical Fat, Flabby and Forty (By Brlcc Belden, M.D.) boys' work; being carried communities. The sessions of the conference Trill 4 i H Anticipates its exquisite flavour. Send -us a postal for a tree sample. Please state the priceyounowpay and whether Black, Greea or Mixed Address Toronto. '3723 Recovery From Pneumonia TUESDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 5) (BY HYRUM SMITH, D.C.) -Pnfiuihonia is one o[ the most terri- fying of diseases, bringing on the sut- ferer, as it-does, a form of suffoca- tion. It Is akin'to a1 hard cold; but of coursp. magnified In. all its effects. There is aonormal discharge which has a tendency to fill up tne cir pas- Sigoa ol tho Iirag3. A chill with lite body in a run-down condlUon will bring on the disease. The reason chiropractic has been go unusually successful in this disease is because adjustments better than any other .means known, will stimulate the activity of lungs, liver, kidneys and skin, thus throwing off the poiaonoua wastes whose- conges- tion in the lungs makes tho disease.; When .adjust- ments are started without delay Ihe progress of the disease is stopped and tho air pp.ssages begin to clear, with every waste eliminating organ of the body help- ing out. The province of Alberta Is fortunate' deal with, work for children In the in having recently secured tho ser-1 beginners, primary and junior depart- vices of Wallace Forgle, one ol the ments of the Sunday school work.for most experienced boys' work men. In. DOTS young people's Canada, os the secretary of Boys'i ani adult department work. All Inter- Work Board. Mr. Forgle'gained his'osted in the highest welfare of the young are urged to attend. THRESHING IS ALMOST OVER AROUND MACLEOD experience in the Y. Ji. C. bavins been Boys' Work Secretary of the Ot- tawa and Toronto Central Associa- tions and Travelling Secretary in the Ontario and Quebec field. Ho Is now giving his entire, time to the promot- ion of boys' work In church and com- munity organizations. At the sessions of the Religions Education .held at I jiacleod, on Sunday, Novcm- Lethbridge, November ISth.and ber lm_ KDT, A Smith, D.D., boys work will be given a large place, i conference, was speaker for the and irge congregations excellent (Prom Our MACLEOB, Nov. services were hold in the Methodist BACK TO HEALTH f "My. condition was such that I raised bluod when I coughed. Then' the chiropractor was call- ed, and tho result, so I am told, was to make mo easier'at once, and to turn tho tide in iriy favor. I had been suffering from lung sail female trouble for Eome time, but now I am as well as I ever llar.el Paint- er, Chiropractic Research Bur- eau, Statement No. 1581. Tho air enters; the lungs and the t our wiiened friend will bear the uglj blood takes In all the oxygen H can lines resulting from restlessness and get to supply! tie Increased demand wasted mental agitation, of the muscles.. Brain-workers and those who work at desks all day and refuse the mus- cles their proper amount and activity are likely to pay a pen-i t.ucj, ally for disregarding nature's ?aa DISAPPEARED A MONTH; ORGANIZING BOY SCOUTS TORONTO, Nov. Shep laws.when they reach'the ago of forty. At this agei they will be tholr an extra load Jot useless fat, or perhaps, J, mgmbo'Uiam "DANDERINE" Doubles Its Beauty. NO CHARGE Consultation U without chirge'-or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block Phones 1677 and 1441. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS DISEASES FOUOWING Jf LIVER STOMACH PAIICREA3 SHEEN KltHtYS BOWEL3 PPtHOIX LOWER PlKtRED TO FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES (i.iFEAHD HEALTH' TO THEIR ORGANS AHD TISSUES subject will bo presented" and uis-! gavo the A special conference ot oh appropriate topics for the ore will be held at a supper Thurs- occasion. ;At the of the sfsaisg day evening. -November service a social hour was spenf.'in the Every men's 'organization should OB rooms whef ttt dl represented .and.all leaders of boys 56rvHj rerreshmentE after they'had all enjoyed a'sosg seryJeeV The finan- cial object for the occasion was. reach- ed, and the pastor and b'oard ed v.'tth'the results. j George Pearson, farm south, between tlie rivsrs, finished his last week, and he is.Veil Eiatlsfied'witb the amount of grain he nas for his season's .work. With the exception of a few pdd'farras all the threshing Is finished. W. J. Held, left orl.Monday for the Chicago stockyards wilh cars of'beet cattle anil and eipccts to return before the eml ot the A general meeting .at the Macleod branch, was' he.ld In the com- pany's ofiice on Saturday, November 13th, 1920. The meeting'-was-well at- rt. _. .tended by members from the surround- btOpS Hair Coming Out; I ing district, who were .all prepared lor busintss and ready to discuss the as- sociation's business, which was fully explained by the president, W. Shields and their secretary: After ionsiderablo discussion in which all .ook part, and it was found that the business was in as fair' as the time would warrant, they passed the following resolution, whicli was -moved by John Malony, and sec onded by Hush Mclntosh. "That it Is the opinion of this meeting, there Is nothing In (ho financial situation of the association to necessitate the closing out of the business, and that ffort should be made 'to clear off the present liabilities and re-organUo tho busi.iess along 1 hies, and with the object In view that member's nnd others be urged to arsist by subscrib- ing new share and GOT NEWS OF ARRIVAL OF BABY WHILE AWAY IN DEPTHS OF OCEAN NEW W. Whltehead expressed his joy to the fishes when he tld> Ings ot parenthood wliilb ha wss several fathoms >n diver's suit off Cape Henlopen. Whitehcad was engaged in -vaglng the hulk of the Ill-fated submarine S-15 which went to the bottom In September, on Which he was chief mechanic's mate. The message was wirelessed from BifjoWyn, picked up iby the S5 nnd relayed to htm by P tele- phone altsched to his diver's suit. We nil know "fat, flabby'and ind we have often vfonderud if par- laps she didn't eat loo much, and if ihero wasn't spme'wav that slio'cDuld have avoided her condition.' "Lean, wrinkled and kizened'' Is another miserable example .of unhygienic living and his 'distorted is not necessarily the result ot too lit Me to eat any more than our fat Mend Is necessarily a victim of too large a diet. 'Both these cases with their differ- .._. ent b.ut equally miserable- symptoms fat-typo willishow plainly the marks are Is, ot oxygen! They of a flabby will as well as body and haVe-both forgotten how-to play, In the sense of indulging in some form of Interesting exercise of their mus- cles, and have avoided healthful ac- tivity since'they grevr up. This lack of eserclse Includes oxygen starvation because the victims of inertia have not had. to real breathing that goes with active sport, real breathing boing 'done with the inusclos. When one is -playing an outdoor game'it is'absolutely necessary to breath properly, as the de- mand the piygen necessary to.feed lhd; immense'bulk of our muscle, tis- with', that .which they 'need -in aVtibn just as ari engine heeds'coal; missmg from his home here, sinca October IS, was located In -Elinlra, Out., yesterday.1 He is a Boy Scout and when discovered in Blmli-a he was or CoughciQ having "been" Tictlnis" of SanizlaS a Boy Scout movemant ihero, of inactivity, will be wizening up{ through constant 'wear' of nervous energy, and 'mental excitement with- out to -offset. it. Moreover, both types of degenera'cy earrj- the traces of 'tlielr gradually ac- cumulated on their faces In the most unattractivo.pipresslo'ns. The SI HI'LO sosiwef-fax-jco A few cenis burs After an application of "Danderlno" you cun not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides Svery hslr ahowi now Hie, vigor, brightness, more col and "They WORK while you EFFDWBCOiT SALT Drives Away Headache Happy, cheerful people are nearly always those who drink only Blue Ribbon Tea. They simply couldn't be any other way when enjoying this fra- grant tea, or even when remembering it. 55 IND PU3 jr NSlFREE NERVES HEALTH Ho you fec-1 bilioiig, coiistlpntcrt, hrailachy, upset, full of cold? Take one or tn-n Casoarcts tnnlRhl for your Mvor and hiiwels. Wake up with head dear, stomach right, breath sweet am! fine. No griping, no in. convenience. Cullrfriuj love Cascarets too. 10, X, w cab, REGISTERS EARTHQUAKE SHOCK OTTAWA, Nov. earthrnmko shock of (airly strong Intensity was recorded at the Dominion observatory this morning, Tho duration of the tremors ono hour and a half with the distance estimated nl about 2170 miles away, ij, fj, fj fj TRY TO REFORM ST. JOHN, N.B. ST. JOHN', N. D., Nov. The lord's pay Alliance has do- (t cldfd to lake on a now leaso Of life nnd get btisyi It Is claim- nd Riimlay laws are being open- ly and violated, young eirl3 about the being kept open on Sundays and llin city rapidly going lo llio "ilojs." foo fired fo he effective! 6 6 Si ii C- .'.i i 0 C< ALL 'day long 'defnatids being made upon every woman's strength, whether it is the wearing routine of household du- ties -TTT the. exacting- pres- sure of business or a long round of social life is placing a constantly increasing tax ofl1 her energy, Those who have ma'de a sfeu'dy of fatigue say thai when a -vvoman la tired all her faculties are the heart weakens, the nei-Ves become upset, and the danger of breakdown is threatened unless prompt action to prevent it'is taken. MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS have proved to be, in hundreds of similar cases, a-most reliable remedy for restoring strength and vitality to weakening hearts and relieving all the dis- tressing symptoms brought on by fatigue, excitement or over-exer- tion. If you wish' to maintain your poise, charm, e'ffecliveness, Milburn'a Heart and Nerve Pills will be found to be a very valuable Mrs. Fred. B. Hayes, St Stephen, two years I stiffersd from a weak and nervous condition, and could not sleep at night. I got wondtrful results from using your llilburn's yeart and NcrVc Pilis, as 1 am now strong and well again." Milburn's Heart and Nerve pills are SOc. s box si all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Company, Limited Toronto, Ontario ;