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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WCtiX HERALD Will Be Made (o Subject Former Slate Senator Wil-' left to Treatment HELENA, KOT. State Senator 0. O. WIHe'tt of Mineral coun- (T, the first and only known leper in be efiercd ths ires! ment sponsored by the United States public health sen Ice, for the cure ot the disease, by Dr. W. G. Cogswell, secretary the stale board ot health. Dr. Cogiwell will go to Mineral coun- ty next, week to present tha proposi- tion to the Mineral county autharlt- and to Senator Willed. The treat- ment is In the use of chaulmoogra oil, derived from a tree in the Southern Pacific Islands .which effected wonders and Las been used by the federal government. Eenalor WUlett serred in the np- [ftr house ot the Icrfsltturo in 1917, [and was nmrrlnr! that time. In r Cciober of thit be subm'ttefl to diagnosis at the. Mtyo chn'.c In Ho- euester, Minn., and vrben he was nd- of his hurriedly [for Montana. His --vile, lo whom he [had been married for ton months that tlmo, did not- desert him, has been llTins with blm on his farm, In quarantine ever since. He became 111 shortly after his re- turn home to Alberton after the leg- taktlve sessions. It is his belief that the disease was contracted when he 'spent 20 months in the Philippines as member of Company G, First United States infantry. Ho enlisted in San Francisco In J502 and ivas dis- charged in'1904. Hu la about '46 years old SCHOOL CHILDREN ON STRIKE; OBJECT TO LENINE CHATTER GENEVA, Switzerland, Oct. 14. (By MallJ.-r-The school children of the little. Savoy .town went on strike tpday because the h'ead-inis- .trcBS of'the'muriicip'al who're- cently is said'to have .become'a bol- shevist, delivered :a. lecture Nikolai Russian The childreh'are-supported in the strike by thelr'p'arenfa, who have de- manded the dismissal of the head-rais- trcss. In the meantime the youngsters are greatly enjoying their holiday and are hoping that-the question will not be settled too' quickly. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By C. F. S. Up In the attic browse! One day: And deep jn the rubbish S .Something lay. That had a message I could Not refuse. For that something, my friends, An old pair ot shoes; They were battered and worn and lacking. In lustre. But they're serving right well as a Hlcoat buster. We are not short man by any eacf. but we. must admit that prices are beyond our reach. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920 to be In a- tingle.- A MODERN FABLE Once upon a7time In a great fan- city there lived a-preacher who had a.Burning Hate against Modern Dancing.- Th to; Preacher had a Daughter who attended a fanious University in the city. SbB was pretty and prim and petite. She was popular with the boys who adored her In silence. She amazingly, and while her Papa thun- dered torrents of abuse against tbe dance, and wrote reams of savage articles, the Divine Ellse, his daught- er, was. jazzing wildly with the son ot old Tom Clolchera, who made a mil- lion, in'tbe-.liquor business. It provokes a womaa to see husband lose. 4 teaspoons Cowtu'l Cocoa 3 icing 'A teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons cold water 3 tablespoon! hot water ?1UCU Ul MilhoJi-Mix ila.lr tritb eoW mtsr, add hot and boil (or Sve ofaalM. and 8-lL Add InKir until m'jlurt ii of Itc Hjbl to spread. Cocoa Frosting 3 tablespoon! Cowan's Cocoa 3 tablespoons coffee }t teaspoon vanilla cups confectioner's sugar. come and turir, add coffee.iJowly, aiii ramlla Bud beat vicorotuly for five cuautea. Iliu cialcrl c Many proposals which He ladles have called thrilling, doubtless killing. 'NOT LIKELY The A. P..announce the glad tidings ot a reduction of J2 on coffins in Jer- sey City. Wonder if the housiug prob- lem there will' Increase as a conse- quence. The old-woman who Hycd tn a shoo was lucky to have a shoe. What's in a name? Can't flunnlng Gray Woll married .Sleep- ing Deer .on a nearby Indian reserve the other day. "Veterans Not To Disturb Premier sa'ys, a a TO BE DYSPEPTIC In To Be Miserable Tbe suffers untold agony after every meal, and any one who bes dyspepsia knows it Would give to eat three square meal? a day and not be punished for It af- ter. Nearly everything lhat enters the weak stomach acla as an irritant, and even the ilttla that Is eaten causes such torture and Is digested so imperfectly that It does little good. Before you can eat heartily, and not pick and choose your food, you must put your stomach into such 3 condition that It will manufacture Its own digestive ferments. For over forty years Burdock Blood Bitters has been toning up and re- storing ic s normal healthy condition BO that tho food no longer causes distress, but Is thor- oughly digested and assimilated, and enables one to partake of all the wholesome food required without fear of any unpleasant' after effects, Mrs. Alico Becknorth, Fesscrton. Ont., have beon a sresl sufferer from indigestion and dyspep- sla_for several years. I could not nat anything without almost dyin. from the pain in the pit of my slom ach. Seeing Burdock Blood Bitters highly recommended I tried a bottle aud can gladly say It relieved me can eat: anything now, and am in perfect health." Bl B. B. Is manufactured only by The T. Mllbnrn Co., Limited, Toronto Piles Cured Perma- nently Without Drugs Bathing Relieves the Cause. Mr. A. N. Steele Cupar, Sash., "I had baen troubled with my Stomach, Plica and Constipation for years until I hail become very thin and looked 20 years older. A loading Doctor In ItotrUm told mo that the raain canal was badly ulcered. J grad- ually became worse, until one day, when purchasing a threshing outfit from Mr. Ruaacll of Roglna, Mr. Bus- Boll noticed my condition and said: f can cure you. Get a J. 11, L, Cas- cade.' -Well, I did so, and the first night I used it I slept til night for the first lime In weeks, and !n a short tlma felt myself again, It also cured my piles, which had troubled ms for years." troubled with constipa- t drug yourself. Internal bathing with tho J. n. L. Cascade is the only permanent way. Thla won- derfal ippliauce la the invention ot Dt. Chas. A. Tyrrell, Now York. II Is pleasant ftnrl easy to and will serve the whole family. It should ho In OTory home. See the J, B. L. Cas- c.ads at the Bed Cross Drag Jinok Co., Lelbbridge, whore it will ho fchpwn, and explained to you. Ask for 82-page booklet all about Internal bathing. It is or write Tyrroll's Hygienic Institute, College Street, Jforonto, Those who- claim they can gee rices coming down must have mlgbty ood'eyesight. He Is a fool who thinks he can ay a game and get awQv Kith-II. A NOVEMBER NIQHT The tiny yellow lights of tbe town, Blink softly up snd down. The little valley. Through which Pincher Creok, Uke a" snaky, white thread, Buns eastward into' The'hlack prairie stretches: The night is like a May Delightfully crisp, yet warm; Exquisite stillness marred only By youth's careless laughter, The barking of a dog, and The lonely, far-of! cry of a night i. bird. On the hill the mellow-tinted panes Of a chnpel glow, O'er the cross-crowned steeple, Brer pointing to Homo and Ood, The Growing Child (By Brlce Btlden, M.O.) Normal childhood, that Is to say, the period between the first year of life to about the use ot filleen, Is characterized slow but regular growth. children are held back at various perlodg.ln their growth by the diseases, 6t but with proper care'they may come through, these without permanent effects tend-. tally inferior to the average normal child. The development ol the child .who has not been 'handicapped IT neg- lect 14 a or lees mechanical pro- cess care ol itself. The Preserving The Ruins At Ypres I.OXDOiV, Nov. Mail, Caii- adlan Associated B. Wood has addressed a Question to the Prime Minister In the house of Commons, asking whether he Is aware that cou- Elderable anxiety exists In this coun- try as to the permanent preservation of the remains of the Cloth Hal! first teething and at this period grows mere slowly. Between the-ages ot twelve aud fourteen' girls grow faster than boys nnd are both heavier and' lalltr. After fourteen, however, the boys' make- much greater advances thsu tie At about the age of six the second fiet of teeth begins to appear, the four permanent molars coming first any- where between the filth and seventh year. Alter this the milk teeth are re- placed by the permanent teetb. and the second' molars appear at about tbe twelfth year.' The third molars or wisdom teeth-come considerably lat- er. Tho interruptions to thlg normal process cau very often be avoided through.proper care as (o the child's diet, the well-fed child being Ihe most able to withstand infection. Whenever one ot.the so-called children's dis- eases strlkesra certain distrlcfall the people in that vicinity will ho open to infection aud.lt Is the poorly fed or neglected child who will have'tho least resistance and. who, once hav- ing contracted the disease, will be the one to suffer rnost. Children are most, likely ;to con- tract diseases In school where'close coutact with qther childreavriiakes it almost Impossible.to escape.. As this evil can scarcely be avoided the next best thing to do Is to child- ren, in good condition to resist dis- ease. ric defence ol the town during the ate war by British and Imperial nyips, and nhcther he can etata what iteps, if any, have teen taken hy his ifajesty's government to approach the Belgian Government In order to sec- ure this object. check on iabor in government offices. ONE SOLUTION And now an eastern clergyman says the world Is coming to an end this winter. Well, that Is one way of set- tling our'many problems. Prairie people ought not to speak so unkindly about tho Pass. It gives us our Christmas trees. Irony has reached its limit wu'en beer is placed in a Milwaukee mus- Now if this happened in Alberta. Well, that would be different If there isn't going to be a federal election soon what's the idea "of this heartless oratorical attack on an in- nocent public? {Hit Unless Salaries Says N, 1. Rowell GENEVA, Nov. N.- Howell, formerly president of the privy council, pointed- out to the as- sembly of tho Leaguu ot Nations .to- day the danger involved in tempt to. Interfere tho Interior affairs of auy country. said, would never consent to any such interference. Mr. Rowell'siremarks were made In discussion of the report of the coun- cil to the assembly, ending tho first ttcge of the wprk'i 3Ie. rpTc-rring to the hac" made by Se-nator La Foptaine of Belgium that- raw materials, wher- ever found be made available for tho use of all nations. The questlu of raw materials. Mr. Rowell held to be cmnsUoa ot interior affairs. Xott- Jorney Commission of Edu- cation 'rlec-Iares eveVy 'school holiday ivas'03 ofVtife State's money. Mr. Uoyd George, lu a written re- ply, says: Tha Belgian government have agreed temporarily to leavo'tho Cloth Hall, the cathedral, asj tha ramparts ot Ypres In their existing state pending formulation of a scUeme by the British government for the erection at Ypres of a memorial tj the troops that fought there. As, au- nounced by the financial secretary to tho war oiftce 14, the ques. lion of the erection ot national mem- orials has been referred by the cab- inet to a committee presided over by the Earl of Hiddleton. Thle commit- tee has made certain recommendations which rebuilding of the MenlQ Gate Ypres, and -1 to be able to nuke a inltar annouuce- meal before locg, R. 3. McFadyen, a farmer of the SprlngCeld, Man., ilietrlcl, near Oak- bank, was burned to death. OXFORD CONFERS DEGREES ON WOMEN OXFORD, Eng., Oct. Mill.) the first time In its "history ot 900 yean, Oitord university has con- ferred degrees on women. The wo- men, graduates wear the same as. the men, but the classical morlar- board cap has been ruled out In their cases aud A new cap, shaped some- thing like a bishop's mitre, has been specially designed for them. Cambridge now remains the only English university which, withholds from women. A- Seattle cow hat established a world's record by giving pounds of milk In 318 days. MatrbnVA. 1. Hartley, R.R.C, ot Brant hoipttal, Burlington, has appointed matron Ortbonerjlc of the Dominion FOflT WILLIAM, Nov. ulti- matum from the whole of the ladv teaching staff ot lha city public The wan, white moou, silvers tho schoDls was sent to tho hoard of edu- I cation at noon today following a spec- ial meeting of the board last night at which their request for increases In salaries was not granted. The lady teachers held n meeting this morning and have demanded a settlement of their request by Xovembcr.-27, falling which, the whole staff ot 70 .teaqhcra will resign at the end ;of this term. They, at present, yearly as Initial salary, rising to a maximum ot At the board meet- you" would Think lust nlsht threD ot the he was Insured to the limit, but after Probst against., tho action he's gone, It is frequently found lhat like the; he left his family to scratch for a living. clouds. Drifting westward into the Mountain's melancholy deeps, Over all the Spirit of Night Casts hor svi-cct incense, And-one's-troubled soul, Fluds rest and strength and hope, In solitude: THE PRICE THEY PAY A man may strut around like of the majority of the board. To. eliminate the study of British hlEtory from the school curriculum the same as ignoring the root In studying the flower. HAND The Mind and Body .Work Together. The mind has a strong effect on the health of the body: A lit of anger, or u spell of worry, or envy or hate or jealousy, may mako you more tired than a hard day's to Live Long, CURLEY O'NEIL WAS NOT THE MAN WITH .BULLER "WINNIPEG, Nov. 18. "Cnrley" O'Nell, who was arrested at Moose Jaw on suspicion of being an acces- sory in tho slaying ot the two morality officers at St. Boniface on Thursday night last, has been released from cus- tody. He was easily nble to prove an alibi. much wanted man, is said to have been a cowpuncher In tbe Jlaple Creek district at one time. After an outbreak of disease In a small Southern town, the officers were taking down the cards when an old negreas prole-Bled vigorously. "Why, exclaimed the offi- cer, "Why don't you want mo to take it "Welt, aaVshe answered, "doy afn' be'n a bill colleclah neah uls house senEe dnt sign went up. You all let It alone." THE GAME quit fellows, when the game's half won, And don't blame your failures onto luck. You're your own creator, your fut- 1 .urc'a In your Whether you'll go straight, or bait- ing, run arnuck. "Sincerity gives wlngg lo 13 a proverb our politicians should remember. Tha open selling ot liquor is advo- cated in Qusbec. All thu as Al- barla. If Premier Drury ot Ontario docs nothing elae ho has won an everlast- ing name. Ho hss installed a system of time clocks, as a chock on govern- ment employees In the capital." Imagino, It, folks, it yqu Rev. Wm. Irvine Leaving Alberta for New Brunswick Rev. Wm. Irvine, who has beon in Rrcat demand as a speaker at meet- IriRS of not only U. P. A. locals hut also for fanners' meetings In eastern Canada, Is moving to Now Hruns- wick, nncl will bo associntcd with tha 'iSi' awvoment theft, WKoIesome Cbffw an icoIS wholesome. Stal Brand CoSiew 100% whjolc- come and JelidmuL SEALBRAND COFFEE- t end satisfying Coffee obtai ruble. Blfnded and toistcd with skill, its' rich Erorr.A and uioice dvwir cealcil into tlic package. At good groccn, cretyvden-. In I and 2-fc. tins. Send (at our free Cai'cc, Pcrfcnly CHASE MONTREAL. WHERE can you find a more pleasing'picture than a group of young, healthy, vigorous girls play- ing tennis? Alert, quick to think, and quick to their faces aglow with enthusiasm and radiant jvith health, How many th'efe are, Howevief, Infon'g oar erowfng girls 6f wHom tfiis cannot be said. You see them sitting: on the side benches looking on, or lolling around in' a listless, careless manner, and, as a rule, irritable and nervous. Nature intended women to be strong, and healthy and happy as the day is long MTLBUBN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS have proved BO beneficial in such a multitude of cases, that they can be recommended without hesitation.- They give sound, restful sleep, tone up the rerrea, make the heart beat regu- lar and strong, create new red blood corpuscles, and impart that sense of buoyr ancy to the spirits that is only possible jvhen enjoying mental and physical vigor. Mrs. Fred Lee, 'Almonte, eldest daughter was so bad for over a year, with her ksart nerves, that she was compelled to give up her work. I was very .discouraged about her, as I had her to two doctors, but they did not seem to" do her miicH good. She could not at night, would'hwre', to .walk the floor, would go out of her mind. One day friend told me to use Milburn's Heart and Nerve FillSj and I cuiiot speak highly of them. She used three boxes and is feeling foe, and started back to work again two months 15 -i Milbara's Heart and tferve Pills are i: all dealers, or mailed direct on icceipt-'ol jonce 6jr T. Milburn Company, Limited Toronto, Ontario What Cornelius Vanderbilt thinks of Vancouver as a Winter Resort: ASSISTS NATURE A cold is the attempt of nature to ri.l tho vypiem of tho pofsons. which rrsnilt cither from n sud- den dim the pores ot tlic pVIn nr from germs. The jiMir.lWe way to treat this condition I3 (o toko Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy which loosens the secretions and as- sists natnro in restoring tfie system lo a healthy condition. 35c and 65c Vancouver offers exceptional advantages to Northwest resi- dents for Winter residence or vacation. exchange on your money. head tax to pay. transportation expense. in close touch with home. Hotels, Apartment Hous- es, etc, Free Service Bureau 1 A public Institution maintained1 for the benefit of pratrlo offers full Information about the city provides a central head- quarters while you etay, Send today for our Il- lustrated Folder giving full' information. Van- couver Publicity Bureau, J. R. Davison, Mgr., 330 Seymour St., Vancouver. B.C. ;