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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, ;1920 THE LETfTBRrDGE DAIT.Y HERALD shortly PAGE Theatre. Applj Len 4-liict A OO .Colonial Theatre, this evening. 438 sboW ii'o signs jot displaying-, their splendor in rowi of ilverled-flunkeys. One of the leading tailors ot.the West Knd-says: '-'for every score of liveries before Iho war, are not making (ire-now. A SING SING SINGER Not. all convicts are ot the iugub- r.. .i T. rlous line. Some of them even write Britain's Rich Havel ewer Men- ver6e. A print- Servants Than Ever tbo Sing Slug is as Before fallows: LONDON'. Nov. .famous English butler IB doomed. Au Investi- gation InMayfair and Bclgravla Blsows' tliat under- the preseat pressure .of prices and taxation the leading famil- ies of the country are dispensing'al- together with men servants, or at best are retaining only venerable butlers who have done life-long service in onol family: No new footmen are being trained to tho butler's duties by England's Hard- lilt rich, and nowadays the once lam- lllar spectacle of a footman sitting be- sido the chauffeur or coachman oii a.u- tomoblle'dr carriaEO is nover seen lu the neighborhood of Hyde .Park, While the 'old been compelled to-dispense with men servants, be- cause- of loss of revenue, the war-rich HARHIBTTB Ah. Harriette, 1 can't'forget The day we met How 1 regret Tho way you set and et and ct. I'm paying yet For what you ct, Ah, suck a_debl! REMARKABLE Christian Science Monitor Says Gain to Canada Likely To Be Remarkable The Christian Sc-lence Monitor of Boston comments editorially on I 'iterations of the Soldier'Settlement Board Canada, stating lhal its suc- cess la "most gratifying from liolh a .National and internatioiiul point view. For, uot only-lias it i suited In permanent provision for some "5.000 returned men, but it has iddcd potentially lo. world's food iunply." After an examination of too Settle Board's operation figures, to KMIOIDS dry on tongue or with hot or cold water. I QUICK RELIEF! ..I Price. HADC SCOTT ft BOWME MAKERS OF SCOTT'S .EMULSION .-FftqM INSTANT-DEATH A young sailpritclls. In tbo "Wide World .Magasluo" of a most'remark- able escape from inslant death, lie stepped on a looao lino instead of a foot-rone .on tho Jib boom of the U. S. S. and under tho vessel after receiving a blow from thfe. cutwater. He made a desperate attempt to gel away from the suction of'tha ship but was literal- ly from bow to -Eteru and was then struck by tho propeller, 'loslnb both bis legs. he managed to catch a that was thrown to.him, and: clung lo it til! rescued. The ship put back to port land got him to.a he I slowly recovered. "Now, with the I exception of the Injuries I hare dss concludes this stout-hearted I youth, "I am just as well and hapn> as before." Monitor concludes: "From an economic point of the gain to the country from tho de- velopment of this scheme is lliely't be remarkable. Already tho new acre- age marked out for tbo cultivation .oil wheat Is considerably more than halt j of the entire wheat area of the Do-: million twenty years ago, and, express- ed In terms of cash, it is expected lo Increase by something Jikc annually the national wealth. Mora important even than this.'however, is the addition it will mate to the world's food supply at a time when such ad- dition Is-urgently needed. The bulk of Ihe new land laken up-lies west of the Greal Lakes, In tho wheat-growing regions, and It is confidently expected, !n view of the high prices at present obtaining, that every acre of it will be cultivated. Then, of course, the scheme ils still in. process of develop- ment. Nearly twice as many men have been approved as have, up lo tlio pres- A Moderation-League1 is; to be'form-tcnt time, been provided for. When, cd in Saskatchewan, with thei object of therefore the Soldier -Settlement government control ot liquor. finally fulfills mission It Nova Scotik and Her Arms movement on. tool In Nova Scotia' for the restoration 01 the original -armorial' bearings of that province In plica of-those adopted at. Confederation. Moat Canadians are unaware toil in 1621 King James L Ov England, and VI. of Scot as King of Scotland, and as a Scottish granted to 'Sir William Alexander (afterward 3 Earl at- SUr- .li.nj) the territory now formlflg the whole of the Provinces or Nora Sco- 'ti'i New Brunswick, and Prince 15d- .ward Island, and parts "of Quebec and of tto present State of Maine, on'.he lOle condition of paying annually "one penny of Scottish it so much' be the purpose of the erint" being that 31r YflHIiain' might carry out a project he had iu mind'of makinc ol this vast territory a New Scotland in America, as there already a New England and a 'New vThe story of Sir 'Wllliasi Aleiaatler and his efforts to carry out his great project Is the present purpose. It to little enpushaUne Urns but bore fruit ai Ions tlter- Koyal the cchesne given by King was .continned and- hla.son ind successor, and other, marks of favor the last a'amed ioverclgn madp a to Nora Siotlifin these terms: Silver, a. of St Andrew blue With an ih- eicutcheon of the. ,Arras of Scotland. Crest, on a wreath a bunch of laurel and a thistle issuing from two bands, the one hand being In ar- mor and thVother naked. Support- on the deTter side }he Royal nnl- corn silver, horned, maned. and hoof- id 'joid, Imperially crowned, gorEud TO THE COLONY OF NOVA SCOTIA BY KING MARLE5 I PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Service Agency Scientific Everywhere. Contingency basli. We gel re- iolts. Everylhine la iccountincj. Prompt 4 Aeadla Bioct Pnois IS It. DENTIST CIVIL AND MECHANICAL PLANS TRIED AND FOUND TRUE WJiethei: as a household necessityjfpr the family or a'productive salesmari'fbr the busi- THE WERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE STOOD THE TEST Tracings and Blueprints Executed Reasonable Terms. Apply Box 73 Herald. PIANO TUNING O. H. PlayerPIano and Organ Repairer. 10 years' factory eiperlencs. Hoa- '..curs Certificate M. T. Assn. London, '.England. the leading tnnjfclini of the city, 1161 lOtt, St B, J DR. 0. J..COURTICB, Dentist, former- ly of Let abridge, has located at 079 Cranvillo St., Vancauver, D. C, Phono Sey. 3300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. __________' OSTEOPATHS DR. 3. H. HORKfNO, OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN.- :_ lie-IB-20 Sherlock Houra 10-12, 2-1, and bj appointment. 1S98. PM1VATE 8 cents per line {count six vvords to a Minimum, 25 cents. Six Insertions for price of four. prpne In advance. DO YOU SQUINT? If you do it's a sign that yoa'ro ha-ing some eye trouble. To neglect your eyes under such circumslancoj may lead Into a serious state of af- fairs. The best advice we could give you Is, EBB us. An elimination will tell at "on co wh ether-o.r.'not you need glasses to correct any eye fault, J.-'M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's 'JeWelry Store. THE VAN JIAAKUEM Private Hol- piUl, 1224 7th ATS. 8., 746. Accommodation for tlcal, medical and maternity pv Private Ji4 roomt. Rates {30.09, J3J.OO and west Write tor mtormatloa to Mn M. B. .Van lUarlcm. (endent. HOSPITALS REPLIES! have been received for the follow ing Box Numbers: 43, 47, 89, 94, 120, 132, 136 OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS MATERNITY AND NURSING, vate and' seml-privats rooms, fnllyv modern. Terms moderate. .1 Apply Mrs. A. Woods, 3S 4th Street N..B., Medicine Hat Phone 3974. 271-26 SPIRELLA CORSET1ERE For Appointments Phone 1M2 -Hl'Pi I' MRS. MAR.T1N I 1321 10th A've. S., Cor. Mth St. MUIIO is likely to be responsible for an ef- fort in'colonization difficult to paral- lel." KEMARKAB.LE FISH A few months ago, in thci market- place of was sold for The Arab the fish cut oif the iiiii away.- Au Indian, a JlAbamriidrtan, saw tlie1 tail lying and no- ticed that v there y'ere sqmo pecu- I liar marks upon loser inspection, an Arabic he translat- d as-i message fro'mf the Prophet, lis natural excitement spado hici'race oun'd the market Bhoiiting tho roass- ge, and'soon tho in 'religious anc ts .strange Thci'-nbws soon'.reached ;lbe ears at the Sultan, forj.thc own er -of the 'fish. 'Amidst-great' pomp .nd ceremony, and his iriests analysed Ihennscriptlon, an( he faithful were duly informed tha t was Indeed a tho Naturalist the general public ot and Indians wero-'keen to see- be remarkable Iish. The owner promptly up.'.a tent in the mar- :ct-iilaco, charging- siipenco an enormous sum in. that part of the ji-orld, for tlie satisfaction of .'iielng allowed' to view, dentally'mado a'great deal'of money by ingenious combination of religion and business. fjcii as a lioly Tho Present Arms of Nova Scolia, with an open crown and chain affli- ed thereto and reflcxcd over tho back told. On sinloter tural lo Bupnote that they would bare bcld out against any, changy, In.course'of they gave way, and allowed the matter to go by de-. fault Irj favor of the new order. But even then the ancient arms did not go wholly out, of memory. Tho Bhleld Is still lo be seen, not only ou the 'old office doors In Ihc Province, 'building, bu.1 on odd pieces of jewelry cf much later date, arid the full achievement appears on Iho Dank ol Nova Sootia notes, of the Issue of January 2nd. 19101 In this last casa the Indian sinister supporter Itishoirit i In a sitting posture and the unicorn charging around the dexter Bide ol Itself-Is of a characteristic ol the period ot debased heraldry and is wrongly F.H. W1LKINS B10HT SPECIAUST. 327 5th St. S. Opposite the Empress Phoraa 1S5S. Phone'IttT. MISS AILEEN M. Playine and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal' 'Academy and Royal Ql Music; London, England.' 100 par cent, last year successful, MHS.-W. H. ot Piano and.Theory.. for the Toronto Conservatory., of Music eiams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th'Are. A, South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS tLtCiRIC SUPPLIES ant Power Contratton Phone 133i THE m French dry cleaning: We are the oldest In city. We use geunina Krenrh system, which'coj- tvery spot and' eliminates pos- Injury to garments, giving hlch- rflsnlts, Special attention to oonntry work. S24 6th Street South Collect end deliver., .WHITE STAR TORPID UVER FOR OVER 4 MONTHS Tho duty of tho liver is to prepare and secrete bile and serve as a filter to tho blood, cleansing; It of all Im- purities and poisons. When tho liver becomes laxy, slow or torpid. It Is not working properly, and does not supply sufficient bllo to thoroughly acl on the bowels and carry the waste products of the system, hence the bowels becoirn clogged up. the Inle geU into the Wood, constipation sets in and liver troubles follow. -Milbum's Pills qulcklv removo the secretions, clear away tho waste and effcto by acting directly on tlio liver, and making the Ijllft p-iss through' the bowels Instead of nllowing it to get into the b'ri..'d, ind so mfiny. troubles. Airs'. Alice Mehtll, Napanee, Ont., was very badly run down, and had-a torpid liver for four months, I tried several remedies, but Sot no relief. One day my husband mo homo'a vlnlof Milburn's Lnxa-Llver Pills, and before I had used half of H I was much belter. I only usod two vials, and I am a illfforonl person today. 1 can safely recommend Laxa-Llver Fills to any one troubled with liver trouble." Mllburn's Lsxa-T.lvar Pills arc Kf., a vial ot all dealers or malted direct on receipt of price by Tho T. Mil- burn CO., Toronto, Advt. XMAS SAILINGS Nov. to L'pool Dec. to L'pool Dec. .Halifax to L-'pool Dec. to Dec. to L'pool FHOM NEW YORK f S'ninpton 27--Olymplc lo S'atnplon 27--KroonIanil, Southampton and Antwerp. V Southampton S; Antwerp. !Dcc. Southampton Antwerp. Dec. lo Liverpool. "Dec. to S'amplon. aC.ill5 also at Clicrbourg, France CO. 409 (In St S, Fonn.I.Iehtlne Specialty. for Electrical Work oa Cardsloa LOO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well dons, tt reasonable.prices. We sell for in 3 deliver good a. 320 7th 'St. Strath. Phone OXY-ACBTYLENB WELDINO W. N. RUTH. Comer Avo. and 10th Street. HYRUM SMITH and JUNtfliTsMlTH methofla are Naturo's own.' Prea consultation and analysis. WELLINGTON Decora.. and Palntcn Hours: 10-12 and ap- Decorating and Sign Writing EitlnttM flvea. Tbe oldist painters Ii LctbbrldKe. Res. 1472; office 1761. eberlock Blag, Albfrta. polntment Room 205, Sherlock Block. Phones 1617 and .'1141. A. Decorating and Papcrhanetni. Phonk ftii Avenue E. U COPBLAND. B. R. KENT. Pyramid Deco'ratlnc Co. Inter (or decomtlng and paperhsnglng a dally. Satisfied customers oar. aim. Phonn B16 12tb St Boolh... marked red! All these details are wrong, but the Interesting fact re- mains that In casting about for a suitable dsslsn for 119 nolco the1 Ikmlc of Nova Scotia selected the ancient rather than the modern arms of tbo Province. The Ulslorlci! Societies of Nova Scotia now ask the rectifica- tion of the blunder commiltcrl when Ihe ancient anrl lawful arms of Xovn were supplanted by a new And commonplace design of salmon anJ thlsllca. White Star Line NEW Celtic......Nov. 6 Dalllc Nov. 20 Celtic.....Dec. 11 lialtic Dec. 21 NEW 6 Adriatic..Nov. 17 Olympic.. Nov. 27 15 Olympic...Dee. 29 Apply nny Knllway or S. S. Agent. Company's Office, 280 Main 3t, Winnipeg. Doris I. R. Gocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIXED One of-tha'best of our in'J- gated hays for HORSES Prompt thlpmcnl in ton or car lots. i FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers Coaldalo and Letlibrldge JOSEPiJ DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. TnlrtT.frve years' fjperlenco In------ lor and Interior Decorating. 967 llth South. Estimates IrM. net. Phoas ntl GONSMITHS GUNSMITHS itralghtened. pms reitaclt ed, gnn work done by a gniiomlth. made, locki repaired, phonograpbi, DBcblnery ..lawn 'mowen D. B. Mdcdonaia, Indian Motorejds Agent -PbonelOSJ. Ctli' etreet, opposite Herald RlNC WOSK DIAMOND A SREcianr TR xv 331-s-sr. LETHBRIOCE OLD GOLD SILVER BOUGHT Farmers When In need of any TRACTOB Repairs it will to your Inter- est lo try US. We havo an up-to-date Shop and employ only first class .Machlblsls. Satlsfacllon In prlca iSd workmnnship. Tractor Cylinders idd fitted with over-size rings. NJVEN BROS, 216 1st Ave, S. Phons 1732 Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethni Idee Unit. Tolerant desirous of Joining Ibe above nssoclatlon. cm. ob- (aln.lnforinalfon and flppllca'.lon forms from U LEIGH, P. 0. Doi No. Lota- bridge. Gumey-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMiTHING FREEL ELLIOTT' Melal Worlmri 339 6to Kt South Phino 1713 L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS WINTER RADIATORS Why not have, your Automo- Wlfl Iladfator before tho frost comes, with Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell yon about It, or nsk Bomeono who has one. They. STAND UP. The1 Radiator Wan 4th Avc. S. .Behind Silver Grill. ;