Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN WINNIPEG ENTERTAINS LEADERS OF COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION Broim rf Hat, Bmfe AwoeiaUw, -Hojft Obtoin WINNIPEG, Koviicial govern- ment to Lieut Governor Brett, Albertvsnd directors o! the Canada Colonisation tlon here today. Mayor M. A. Brown, of the association, declared: settlement of tha Canadian will prove a short .route to finan- cial security 'tor Canada as a nation und for the whole Canadian popula- tion as individuals." In outlining the alms organization aiid the work already ky the aasocUUon, gmjiaheA C.'L. Griffiths relumed from a trip 6 Letbbridge on Saturday. P. Audett was the guest of Mrs. L L. Thompson. Mr. Montgomery ot Lelhbridge was a business visitor m tows for the eekt, Mr. K. C. Coates returned on Tues- day from a business trip to Calgary. The Misses Jocheum entertained on Friday evening at a house party. Mr. Marker of Calgary was lu town Elevator, men are busy every day with the large amount of wheat being delivered. Many ol the farmers are not celling bat waiting for a higher market. Mr. and S. I. Harris and Miss moved in town and are oc- cnpylsc lira Qalnus residence vur'powjl if at Masslnasln was tak 3 ckm retention d' -woo dents la wettem result in a corres] the population ot Business men o: lid asked.to sobs' 000 and oat ttat have resulted ling The east, Mr responded no other these a sire to assist jVwteFH Ca velopment, that .._ Ulsr's) the samo corpora lion Tbe orgaaiaailoa-swss toe result of tho desire of tig, people AIber.la for greater development, he said and becauto they' ieeMad that agriculture yaa the baj m try and Its greater velcpment stability vestlgattomi million rnlles oJ the west, owned by son Daj comrtnyg; speculators government hand pick (settlement of and the organ do .this work, each province executive and operato with colonization, the cant lands and in tl'rty to he settled and settlers For this _ _ tided to raise JJBOJOOO bus ness men of would o: In' carrying __ .uirtertaWng i The results hoped for were, speaker declared a greatly enlarged 1 prodflcUon i rapWIy-eipapfllng ex i trade a growth of national wealth a progres'lve correctiba of tla present adverse exchange rate liquidation ot private and public owned dbbts abroad tha easjor arr> Ing of the national war debt, through Increased population, a light oning ot per capita? out of toe National ft th ough improvement in and freight trtfflc, ej_ the Canadian market tfor-- manufacturers; a Bpeatlc of natural resource Leading business men an.pyrt. of the Dominion are actively cobnwv ed witli the organization i day after visiting with her mother, Mrs. C A Hunt Mr. Horace Burnham. ana family have moved Into town for tto'-.w-hrjei? ILKRIRNrJS (From Our Own CorreBpoaflentl MILK RreER, 8. I. HariU rrttmei on Wednesday- from a hgiiaeii trip to Letbbridse. The Wonea's enter! tammg.at BOO in the school on Friday- night, everyone is ,A small admission of ten cents will charged to pay expen863.1 given at the 'end bf the season to tfca lucky winners, Mr. Hemming made a business trip to Lrtithbrldge during the week, Mrs. P. Andett anij .son, .returned irom a dky, to the ranch.-: -Sllss Jochem was home to spend tho week-end with' her: Mr. and Mrs. Jochem, from Lethbrldgc where ehe is attending high school. Mr, Mantle was a Lethbridge risllor the first of last week. j Henry Beird who stuilent: at Lethbritlee High Scho.ql.. spent -.thp; week-end with his arid, 'Mrs. Henry Beat. Mrs. Q. N. Olios returned home Wednesday irom a jisit atBawlf........; The Guild of the United church are holding thfelt bazaar In El left's halt' on Wednesday the 24th of Noyernhnr, Chicken supper1 also be 'served. Mrs. Becker .and of .Ixslhbridge returned home on Satar- It Pay To Woriy About Appendicitii? Can appendicitis be guarded against? Yes, by preventing (ntes- dona! Intecllon, The Iritustlonal anil- septic, Adlor-l-ka, acts on BOTH up- per and lower lowel removing ALL foul, decaying matter which, might atari infection, EXCELLENT: for gas on stomach or chronic confllpa- tlon. le removes matter which you iiever thought wag Jn.ymir .system and which .nothing else-cap dislodge. One man repojte il la .unbelievable the awful impurities brought out. J, D. Illginbotham Co., druggists. uwmow, i 2 MllsfAHwiJSnice. is substituting a intermediate In Milk Rive Consolidated school -r- t'lMr S Harris shipped several ca JoadB of catUeJp Chicago on day night, >s confined I home through It-iess, Eatnes ot Tatjer wan a vi Itbr wltfi his krother B'C Balnea o returnel ffom Let r d- brtd fi gStnrday after attepdlng th. r from THE SPRACKLIN FA r on Sat i t iSt Fred Lefffngwell on latarday from a trip to Lethbridge Mrs CyA liant has confined for" past week It rr Mr-xSprioghct, high school principal rBtarnedVfropi on faatur- he attended the teachers -J-.E., f j> p on Thurs- for iig wlfflt's parents gwcef piaes was Wednesday. Mr. Walter Quinn returned on Wed- nesday from, a business trip to Cat Beta Goes ot 114 school attend- ed the teachers Convention held at LethbrUgel J Miss burrows has for her home in Ontario C A HuA JMj on Taesdaj for :Lefabridge eta leaves for itSWn 'de Minn, to eoasnlt Mayo froar', th4 Bros Urs Becker her daughter will HQVSEHOLD NECESSITY Gtllett's Lye bias long bMa as a hold necessity becauM of ttw fact that H fe useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory in every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without ft. Hakes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of Gillett s Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown in booklet under the label. ffilLLETTS LYE EATS DIRT" Made in Canada went up. Several others of the local miners are operating without any grecmeut. 7- Mlnera at piece work aro now being paid an average daily the Ed- noiiton field while common aborers are drawtag from.. to 5 per day. Above, left to right: Rev. J. O. L, Sprachlln, Rev..A- L. Sprackliu, and Rev. Robert Hlcko of Chp.tliam, who the two brothers. Uelow: Mrs. Bpracklin, their moCier, and J. J Sprackhi; their tafher.'wHh his favor- ite dog, "Baby Rambler.'.'. 4 fr MUSIC TEACHER'S LOVE-AFFAIR' se. e aeges a er musca career has been ruined, her health career has been rune, her heat Impaired and her feelings hurt by reason of the defendant's failure to carry 'out 'His premise to marry her. accompany J During the first eight months ot Mr Allen of I H G, Co Lethhrldge, I this year 385 sets of twins and three ._------ __ of trlpleta were lorn in Texsa. PROPOSE'TO BOOST SALARIES Agents of the O. B. U. Are Thought to Be Back of the Move (Edmonton Journal.) A nicellug of the miners in the em ploy of tho' Edmonton coal mines la called for Sunday: afternoon at thfl Beverly BchoolhboBe.-' Notices to that have been posted at all -the mines, purpose'of thS meot Ing is r.taled to 6e the formulatins or plans to secure hn''lncreaEe fl.li per clay In the wage rate; thm put Ing the Edmonton mines on the samo League ot NuUons must wiion asted for t ijjr'ner rent for tho palico foi heir side of the case, elate Ihit there 1... RAISE THE RENT FOR LEAGUE 'OF NATIONS THE HApUB, Kov. trustees of "the Canicsio Peace Palace have, decided that tha .oral alderman-are moving to increase the "''salary ot tho liiayor of Hamilton from a year or: and the .controllers' salaries from to each. ROLAND TO fLOOK DANZIG Decitlorf jias1 BERNE, been rtached--tiyjiitli'e Leag'ue ofi Nations to entrust Poland with a hlandate out .defense to Information received by telegraph __ as those- at; Dromheller and other parts of, district. 18. The notices are-over the name only of n committee, arid it does nut openly appear that tile O.B.p. orga'nlzers are behind tlie effort. The fact that O.B.D. agents' have recently visited the. local'mines is however, as likely evidence that the organizatlbn is closely idehtined -with the-movo. Not High Cost of Llvirlg' The recent advance given to iuinbrB in the outside' under, an agree- ment with tho U.M.W.i uld not apply to lias been no change In tha provailius situation that warrants an increase of wages. Thore has been, in fact! a cllne In living-costs, rsther than an advance, 'the official figures being a drop of twelve cents per week for the average family of five persons. Wliilo the decline has been as yet of only Irifiing proportions, it cerlalnly Is not an advance, and. no good reason for asking for more pay Is therefore ap- parent at tho present stage, siy the operator's. Labor Surplui Now Meanwhile the labor situation in other parts of the province li reported to be showing a marked increase in the number of men offering tor work. In the mountain flelds west o ton there is a-surplus of labor, and men who have out- from here have lieen returning b'exjauau unable to secure employhient.' Edraontoh mine's some sur- plna, und in sbnie.ca.ses'they are now fully manned. The'sfttialMu easier than a few weeks ago, anii'thc operators arc finding no dlfllcult? in gelling men. iThe Immediate effect of an increase bf wages to tho miners as suggested in the call for the Sunday meeth'ig, will IB an advance In the prlco to lho'con: sumer, which is likely tb go up per ton. Tl'C demand -'for Edmonton'coal in outside markets, which are now being bald In lion with Drumheller and other coVls.) will also be seriously affected, it -is and a filling fiily; thousand gullofs (nor maliy annuallv, vthich Is now 'paid the permanent court of arbitration. :Tbo palace maintenance funJ, much of which Is In .German and other-''European bonds, haF greatly depreciated In value. INCREASE TARIFF DUTIES. Nov. propose a general increaso of cent, in oiisting tariH duties has reached by. the permanent custoinS cbmmitteG-of the ministry of The new tariffs would not be appMM until after rccelimg apptovil in ft, cortos.. the Edinoutpu or..Cardiff mines, some of which agreements. ot their own, "providing for further increase's in wages .only the. Jcost of. living mam SALT? PuriHea the Blood shlpmentB IB almoM certain Lo The smallpox; epidemic aU Ottawa does not seem-yet to be on tlie decline. Let Cudcura Be Your Beauty Doctor oils Cl ose on There Will Se Eight Divided As Follows; e neraia s Story ..Contest.. Doesn't Close Until Dec. 10 It is not too late to a story. All that is necessary is to have ttie sttry in 'possession of Tke flerald IQ First prize I Second prize........................... 50.00 Third prize -.....-____........ 35.00 Fourth prize 20.00 Consolation prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Yearg Tint prize.......................... Second 30.00 Third prize..................., 20.00 Fourth 10.00 Coruolation prizes. _ CONDITIONS f (I) Comjetltloh will, be con- fined to bonnfldo residents iu Southern .Alberta. (3) Stories must riot elceed words. (3) All stories must-be ly written and on ono sWe cf paper. V (4) in awarding marks for n'srlt stress will bo placed'.on. the particular interest of tho contribution And tho particular narrative form in which, It, Is 'written, Regard will also, be given to literary cal cdnstructlon. (6) Competitors must not tach name (o the' uipori Tho which written name and address-jars t6 be written on' slip ol paper v i Tlio HerWa rMerves tlie right pf using iny ;et the etorlas wnothor In" tfife prizo list or not. All contr'ijmtio.ria will remiln tho property of tho Herald. There will be thireo fudged apf pointed to examine and'decide on. tho raerlta of the contrlbu- Of the so two will be from the outside, and one a memhor of tho HeratA >iltoria1 stiff. Tbe decision of tha Jadgei will in all cases be final. Thb competition open, wtth< out mtrt If you intend iornjete, adviM "the Hftrald Story Competition ttte Herald, Leth- bridge, at once.