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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rtiESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1920 THE! LgTWBRTDGE. DAILY PAGE ELEVEN Montana Man Was Real Wild AtColetnan Police Nabbed He Escap- ed from Lock-up But Was Recaptured Institute Lodge of Eastern Salvation Army Head Reaches Winnipeg (From Our Own COLEMAN, Nov. Jjst Wednes- day a chapter of the Eastern Stir wai Inaugurated. .The Craud Patroh Bro. Newman of Plncher Creek and n largo number from the organisation in Plncher Creek, travelled by the local train aud put on the, new lodge. The principal officers of lllnerv'L Chapter of tlie Eastern Ktar in'Coleman are Mrs. Robt. Evans, Worthy Mutron, anj Mrs. Jos. Em- It begins with the .brightest of prospects. Tho charier contains a list of thirty .names. With such n nunibert'all interested and en- 'thucla'stic, great things are expected. The need of organization haa Gen. Bramwell Booth, Salvation Army head, reached Satur- day. Photo shows him coming off the train, and on his right Commissioner William Kadle. sUy In our midst.. There is great from his ranch at Creston. Mr. Cam ____ been and with" ita inception {need for such an activity and with eron says it feels good to be back in things Masonic ought to briBhten up.icaro and jilanaJns !t may become .again. ahd.tho social feature of both lodges; real asset In our town. I Look out for the play Jfrs F ought to 'be materially helped.' Thel ilarjorio Potfell pt. Camrose'Gr3ham to in the near ladies of the Eastern Star have long js visiting with" her parents Mr and future. The cast Is working hard Rights, of enjoyment and instruction .Mrs G Powell- I their parts. ahead of them.'-' .Tho local Red Cross organization' The visit ot Mr. Frank Fouche, read' responded magnificently to the crv'of was. much enjoyed need' from Europe.' At'a meetln'g -The enter- on Thursday- of last week, 'they tin- of animoiisly agreed to send to fund. at the same meeliuB Tar'cd 8Ild mct tastes of all I agreed to send J76 to. tho Provlneta'l from the S6clety. It is qfc. of the were most vivid few organlzatione'tbat find "It is more Parrlei1 thein. hlessed to glvd than to receive" iThe are lo V? Pqmmended forl, The Vonng' people of Coleman have.; Wch rich and cultured talent, organiied themselves Into a Progres- toour town. They dld.yerjvweU Dnan- Blve-Club.' president ind clally for Miss.Smith Is The. alms'i Tne sen-ices in the. Institute! a minion Dollars' Worth Of MONTREAL, Nov. of thij-soclety are'manifold but its' church, especially, thei.evening amounting to the value one.-great aim is to afford a beii ILIRYIflfl U.S. IN LEAGUE South American Delegates Agree ,to Undertake the Task GENEVA, Nor, delegates o Tthe assembly of the League of Na- Ions yere slow In.gathering fcr thfs morning's session, but Iho work ot assemblynevertheless was well unoer way before noon! The report of h-3 council of the league oa the work that liad been done since the league waj organised, was taken up by the delegates after preliminary raat- tei'a had beea disposed of, chiefly completion, of organization of the NEWSPRINT PRICE WILL STAY UP MONTREAL, Nov. Star announces today that It has been author It at Ire! y stated that one of-the largest manu- facturers ot bleached pulp in has disposed of Ifs entire 1921 output at ail ad- e( (20 a-toa oh last year's price. The Star says it can DOW be expected" tEat tbere Is little likelihood of a lowering of newsprint paper prices in the immediate future. put couimitleet charged with FORMER CRArJBROOK DEAp WINNIPEG, Nov. D. Grant, ago! 67, died here last night Deceas- ed who was a .resident of Winnipeg as early as 1SSO, engaged ;n the build- insj In Calgary, Cranbrook End D. C. Cole'man, vice-president In members, jill tho nations pav- ing delegates at the meeting here be- ing represented. It Is expec'oi thai iiouth American delegates .hare agreed the League of _ Nations-should do. all it can to get; at tho-freight rates hearing la Ot- iho" Untied Stales to become a nation member.' Argentine is regarded as. a strong 'candidate for representation on the couuell of the league, the'four elec: MANITOA IS Tp t BE REPRESENTED WINNIPEG, NOV. toba sov'ernme'nt will be represented tawa next JliJiday by H. J. ton, K.C. .Objections to the paying.ol freight from the United States Into Canada in American cur- live members of will be chosen reucy will also ba made by Mr. Sym by. the assembl) after reccivlug the Ington on behalf of the Winnipeg grain report on the general organization. exchange. GERMANY STATES TERMS DEMANDED LONDON, Nov. Symons, the erman foreign minister, .who with Chancellor Fehrenbach Id Tlsitlne tUe provinces, has outlined In speech at Dnssc-idorf He condi- tion under which Garmany would'be willing to enter the reparations cop- 'erencej at Brussels and Geneva, says i dispatch to the London Times from Dueseldorf. The conditions are sum- marized as follows: First, the economic body of Ger- many not to be further weakened, 1 .1 Silesia; second, Germany to no longer hindered In her -economK ac- tivities In the world; third, the colos- sal cost of the occupation to bV de- cided. Dr. Symons expressed the hppo that Brussels would bring about Ibese. con- ditions, on which alone a result Vguld be obtained at Geneva. OTTAWA MAN DISAPPEARS OTTAWA, Nov. trace has yet be.en found of John Hammll, a pro- rninent business man who disappeared. pecially by the taking away of Upper'from tills city last Wednesday, SOCIAL TEA .of J500.000 very.well.attended. The was seized at Valloyfleld, Que., on the young people, especially.sreat number of men m.uist tie an in- Wednesday night last from tho vare- thoso away, from home. It Is hopDd .spiratlon to any preachei-. The heat- house of 2 large grocery firm of that to hive, debates and musical nights !nS tlio church Is a great irhpfove- town" and conveyed down the river to and Btrcss-vyill be laid on healthy -merit since the Installed. Montreal on" two largo barges. At amusements. We trust the newest With the filling up of tha choir seats the present time the case is before the venture "will have a -long; pleasant: there are opportunities offgreat use- courts as the stock Is claimed to be 'ulncss and service, in store. DOMORRY Try TV Bitro-Phosphate Health System NETF YORK.i-If you aro fee ruu-doyrp, nervous, tirsiJ.Ju___ generally- ailing, the'se iire tho symptoms .that should warn you of your health.1 every ten aro need- Ing mpfe phosphorus in their, bodies. When you see iSin and fretful people; or. those who-ire anaemic, pale, frail, oft despondent' or 'lacking in energy, you may look for the need of certain elements that make for a strong con- stitutipV- Some people, after relying upon pre- parations composed chiefly of -salts, driatie "drugs, Iron, calomel, cod-liver oil, etc., wonder why they find no benefit That IB easily ex- plained by the fact that such persons need the phosporlc element, which Ig ainioat potent essential to health, and make a trial the famous health preparation. Now obtainable everywhere. The, right thing for yon to do Is make a.trla of BITRO-PHOSPHATH hegnlnning at once. It Is not a patent' medicine; the formula la pre- scribed by many physicians for the ailments and weaknesses mentioned above. Buy a box of BITRO-PHOSPHATE. It is sold and recommended by all good druggists morning the of "Noyerilber 11.30 a.m., Miss Rosie Blecha ited in marriage Bahrl-l lakuh. A great number of friends' Bembled in the take-part the ceremony, ed by-tho Rev: D..V. After.' :he'ceremony tbo party, and frlenda motored to West Ooleinan.'to'the home of the a' sumptuous wed- ding lunch was provided. popular iamonf Tiends; and we jwish th Tnarried life. family of haye'oeen visiting' for the past weeks with Mr. nnd clga In the lastltuta church on Monday the properly of the local jlquorSendor in1 Valleyflold and was merely stored in tha'.war'ehouso'of the grocery firm People's Forum Editor of the Mrs. Joseph .Emmerson, left for non, B. C., where winter.. :They. missed .hy" a large circle of friends; a. man-who. hallB -from Montana had an exciting -experience on'Saturday... Tim, along .with'a com- panion, had oeeh drinking; Whether It-was the the frant of It, In the. beer haa I at the. pieman hotel, Tfm became ..suddenly pugnac- ious. He was going'to_ clean up the police -force..'" Chief Hpujhtpn over-, heard his remarks him In a safe place: 'But nearlng his enforced-domicile, made dash for liberty to g away. It was only for a little as the chief of police was' hard on I his tracks" and .ultimately landed his man behind' the bars. The stuff he had heen drinking created visions and stirred within him his vilest He roared and threatened and stormed his cage with great fury. -At last Quieted down.and on Monday ing appeared'before. Mr.-A.'M. Mor- rlson, J. P., with the result that his fun and foolishness him In the neighborhood of or two In jail with hard C- Why'take a man's pleas ure away altogether? If It has to he so, why not get on to the abblish- !ug of .ca'ndy, that" a woman en- joys, "and "spends hcr'husband's hard- earned dollars on? A man could then save'the dollars that his fife'iSpends on them, also it would save the over the from temptation. R. TA7LOR. LEADER KING TO SPEAK IN ELGIN WINDSOR, Nov. adian W. L. Mac- KeiDzle King, leader of the eral opposition, will arrive in the border cities from tho west late tomorrow afternoon, to he the guest of W. C. Kennedy, M. P., tomorrow night. Mr. and Mr. will leave here Thursday morning for Aylmer, where both will speak in the interests of W. Q. Charlton, Liberal candidate In the East Elgin bye-election Mr. ATex. Ca'nierbh has returned Make Your Living Room Comfortable and Attractive Pictured here is an unusually "handsome Chesterfield, gracefully designed, beautifully finished and .'upholstered in rich gold leaf figur- ed tapestry of the best quality. It would be hard to imagine a bigger or better value in living-room suites than this, and i the price is only..' Roomy Arm Chair to match, Rocker, The complete suite represents a value .that-is hard to duplicate these days. At L. C. TEEPLE Phone 515. Furniture and Rugs, Dom, Block. Enjoying A Are You The Influences Of Furniture? OERHAPS satisfied with the way your home is furnished? Perhaps you think you have all the furniture you need to make, your home cornfortable? you a Chesterfield in your home? Until you have experienced the -wonderful ease and reslfulness of its soft, cushiony depths you cannot realize the real meaning of the word "comfort." Have you a bedroom that is furnished and decorated so rest- fully that it induces sweet, quiet sleep? Is there a handy night table beside the bed, upon which a softly shaded lamp stands ever ready for you to turn on at any time during the night, or to pro- vide an ideal light for reading in bed? Has'your wife one of those modem dressing tables that are really indispensable to women who dress their hair in modem style and take more than ordinary interest in. their toilette? Until Jiour bedroom is. {Unvisned accord- ing to modern ideas tjou will not understand fiie meaning of the convenience, {he usefui- the beauh; arid rest-prjpducing ness, effect of present-day furniture. Until tjou have dined m a room which is furnished so attractively and with such a graciously.hospitable effect ihttt the viands take on on added Allurement and! deliciousneas, you have not: realized the power of well-chosen furniture to influence the mind and the feelings, Until you have secured at least a fev pieces of beautifully proportioned, artistic- ally designed, furniture and have seen for ijourself how they add to the beauty and refinement of your home you cannot visu-. olize fhe decorative effectiveness of good furniture. Until you have furnished ypirr home so that it has an individuality and a personality tjou possess 'furniture that you are proud to have your friends have not experienced what true pride in owner- ship or true pride in the home really means. Until you have surrounded yourself-with beautiful, interesting furniture you will fall short of enjoying complete happiness, for did not a wise philosopher sag "True happiness needs a beautiful The more you know about end particularly about the beautiful furniture that is produced in the furniture factories of more you will appreciate its value and the need for it in your own home. Hut announcement it inserted by THE HOME FURNISHINGS BUREAU Bank of Hamilton Building Toronto, Canada Fumlfihlnga Bureau doca not sell furniture or goods of any kind. Ito oLjecl le (o promote a greater InteresHn ike fcnilshing of Canadian homes. Your local dealer will be pleaded to give gou any information you desire about euilflble furniture for your home. 'Better FurnisKed Homes Mean Greater Happiness" ;