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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1920 THE LETPBR1PGE DAILY PAGE THREE Another proof of Want -Mr. Brown got a Cafe shortly after Ae Final Eton was on the street Apply s Herbert Smith, Miners' Hotheads' Bluff latest leader to fall lion, together with his the in- foul of extremists la tho Miners' Vet- ternational executive of the Miners' eratjon is Herbert Smith, president of the Yorkshire Miners' Association. "Our Herbert" Is the blunt-speaking, straight-forward type of leader com- jnoa'ia'ih'e labor movement beiorb it began to attract the advanced In- "tclligenls. the emulsion of -Brace atid Hartshorn from the Welsh Fed- eration the extremists in Yorkshire Federation of Britain, unless tho York- shire council gave him a vote of con- fidence, lii the latter event he would remain at1" duty and "fight with my Yorkshire tongue and my two strong flsts until not.'ouc Ked will hold'a re- sponsible position in f tho coal field." The matter will be considered at a special conference this week ar.d it Is get the wii- adopted similar tactics in the district I anticipated "Herbert" v.-il anij slacks of letters were 'received ndence vote he desires. resignation of all who negotiated the recent coal peace. v fakes Swift Action' v 'Smith Immediately announced his Intention of, relinquishing his position us president of the Yorkshire'Asso'cla- AFTERTHETW Four Children Had WHOOPING COUGH Whoopinjf Cought, although sneclal- 'fy- a- disease of- childhood, is by means, confined that perbd, but may occur at any time in life. It Is one of the nibst dangerous diseases of infancy, and yearly causes more deaths than scarlet typhoid or dlptheria. and is more common in femalo than rjale children; Whoppliig Cough starts with sneez- watering of the eyes, Irritation th'e throat, feverlshneas and 'cough. Dr.- Wood's Norway Pino Syrup is 'hishly recommended by mothers everywhere for.xtho' relief of this trpuhle as It helps to clear the clofr- ged-iip air passages of r mucous and .Rhlegm that has' and Jn this way brings -on the "whoop" brings the so-much-fiought-for relief and lungs. heals and soothes the J. M. Rouse. Imperial, Sask., the last fall, my four children took whooping cough and one of them developed brinchltis After.using bottles of Syrup they were greatly relieved of-their nasty coushs. It an.especially good rem- edy for children, and it .Is-so nice they :uke it more.'" Prominent Liberal Dead Fighting a Re'd The Socialist Clarion, a moderate organ'that is regaining of twenty yea'rs ago, gives a.striking Illustration-.of .Smith's manner In handling hotheads. Going to church with his daughter last Sunday 'Smith heard a miner say to his companions, "There's the man who sold us." Smith i told his daughter to walk on and him- celt returned to-face the group. The miner who.had made the remark was ordered to remove his "Ho refused, B.o Smith from his back. Thc'enraged-president'was fighting fifteen minutes'before the po- lice' could persuadeiHerber't, who Is also a magistrate, that such behavior on a Sunday-morning was must un- seemly." Grieve, ex-M.P.P. for North Middlesex, .'.vho died suddenly la Lon- don. He was for .five years an actiyo Liberal member ot the Ontario Legis- lature. CHURCH AFFAIR "AT FOREMOST (From Our Own Correspondent) FORBMOSTi Nov. Ladies' Aid yesterday afternoon served tea lidenco of> the-ranjc an_d file-and the trade union movernerit'wtrajd; rapidly shed its 'Bolshevists. --J ENJOYED THE WARSi WEATHER and ask for Dr. Pine Syrap la 35c. and 60c. a bottle- at all dealers. Put Vp only by the T. -Milhurn Co., Limited, Toronto, FOR SALE (Continued.) FOE fully modern good' condition and locality, convenient to car lines, furnished or unfurnished; Ovpner leaving city. terms. Apply to owner on prem- 630 -ltth, St. S. Phone 1014. LLTHBRIDGE SGHiDOL DIS TRICT.NO. 51 STEAM FITTERS SEALED TENDERS -rill be received ny.-j.he undersigned until noon, of Tuesday, Noyemher 23rd, 1920, for alterations to the heating system at GalhralUt sciiool, according to specifi- cations .to be ohtaincd at the Secre- tary-Treasurer's ofncei Central school. The lowest or any tender not neces.- sarily accepted.." JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, Sec rotary-treasurer. 2S74 (From Our Osra Corresnondentl CARDSTON, Fer guson.has gone to British Colu'mhia for the winter.- His mother, who has heen In Cardslon for several weeks, is leaving for California on this morn- ing's Martin-jVoolf, Jr., has purchased the home ol Mrs. Eva Ka'nsen and is mov- ingMn on Dec. Isti Owen Brown left for Idaho thli week. Lawrence Anderson, formerly of Cardston and empjoyed hy, the Ghief Mountain Creamery, ia up from er, Idaho, visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Solway has moved his tonsorial parlors into the rooms formerly occu- pied by the HenEoii Music Co., on Main street, and Is prepared to take card ot his patrons better on account ot his added facilities. See his ad. on page.3 of this paper. The 'P. ,Wi Atkins Co. are 'co'mplet- ing.their extensive .addition to their Jlr. At- kins finds it necessary even with the high cost; of.materials to add'more room to .take care ot his rapidly, in- creasing business. The nice" warm weather we have- been having for more than a week is grcatiy appreciated especially by tho ones who are working where concrete is needed. .brick :work on H. C. Phipps' store is now complete. Mrs. Roht. Inger is moving to Leth- bridge to join her husband, who Is em- ployed at. a mine there. The Clarion adds that if other mod-, conducted a sale of home cooking erate leaders ovould copy Smith's 12t the home of Mrs. Roberts. About methods they would soon gain the con-] {45 oo was realized for the funds of the V "Mr: 'HPid' TYestrop and son Flor- anu left'dri' Wednesday for Calgary where they intend to spend the winter. Mr. Ed.' Wright takes'oVer the Flor- aim postofCce and telephone station. Sir. Floranp. left to spend the'winter at Lethbridge. Mr. Fred Ully o! Birdsholm left last week for Washington where he In- tends to live. i Mr. was a visitor to. Leth- bridge this week. i Jlr. and Mrs. T. M. Westbrooke are moving Into their house in town these days. Dr. Aslrop is moving into the'house lately occupied by Mr. Phlllyss while Phlllyss has moved to his own house opposite the Methodist- church. Mr. .Emerson Roberts yes- terday from near Calgary where he has been working. Mrs. Sick returned to Lethbrldge to-' day after "visiting her people'here. Mr. W. H. Kimmett and family mot- Medicine Hat.this week. Mr. A. Mcdhurat accompanied them "as far as Bow Island. tfelEDAND FOUND TRUE Whether as a household necessity for the family or a productive salesman for the busk ness" firm, T.HE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE STOOD THE TEST 8 cents per line (count six words to a Minimum, 25 cents. Six Insertions for price of Phone in advance. TAX SALE1 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES AROUND STIRLING Sale of lands In the Village of Lako, for arrears of taies; 'Notice Is hereby given that certain lands In the Village of .Grassy. Lako offered for'sale for arrears ol taxes and costs at the Council Cham- bers, Village 6f Grassy Lake, on Satur- day, December llth, 1926, at ono o'clock P.m. A full list of said lands of 'presenT'lo may be found in the Issue of Monday, October 25lh, 1920, of the Lethbridgo Herald or at Iho Village Office. met at thc nomo ot Mr, Unless the arrears and costs are Brandicy sooawpald, I shall proceed to Atter g0lng'OVDr >heif lessons they {Prom Our Own Correspoudent) STIRLING, No'y. a num- ber of Stirling .people went to Ray- mond Saturday and Sunday to attcud the quarterly conference of the Tay- lor stake which convened In the Taber- nacle. A number also stayed over Sunday evening to attend the confata, entitled the which was rend- ered in a most creditable manner. Mrs. J. ,3. Holman came down from Lethbridge Saturday to attend the wedding reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chrialensen. She stayed a'few.daya and visited ing homo Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday evening tho Pull Bros, com- pany gave the .people hero their pro- duction of modern mysteries and II lusions. Wednesday evening tho Mutual members gave their annual opening so- cial in the ward.-hall. A large num enjoy the games nnd dancing1. Thursday evening tho Bee Hivo girls Theodore said lands at'the time and placo men- tioned. Dated at Grassy Lake, this 20th day of October, 1920. A. C. IIAHTON, Afl N Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE In the estate of Edward C. Cm Me of the Village of Grassy Lako in the Province of Alberta, Farmer, deceas- ed. hereby given that all per- sons hdvhig claims against the estate of Jhe above hameil' Edward C. Cox who died on or about the 17th day of April, A..IJ. 1920. are required to file with Messrs. I'rowso 'and Lyons, solicitors (for Iho (id minis- tratrii, by "the 22ncl -day of De- cember, A. D. 1920, a full statement ot Tabcr, Alberta, Mary Bmtllno Cox, made candy, nnd all enjoyed a very pleasant evening. Thursday morning .Jlr. "anil Sirs. Al- bert Brandloy and loft for Farmington, Utah to spend the winter with Mrs. llrandley's father "and mother, Mr, and Mrs. Wllco.x. They will return again In the spring. Friday nfghl the ward gavo a dance In the hall. A good crowd in attendance, Saturday evening a number will go over to Haymond to attend the Insti- tute social which Is to he given in the opera hoiisq. Theroi'wlll" nlso bo a number go over, to attend the Insll- ttile which will begin Sunday after- noon and continue 'throughout tho week until Friday night, Jamea Larson, who has been away for a number of years returned home last week. ?.Tr, and Mrs, Alfred Iferschl were business visitors In Lethbrldgc today. J6KE ON HARIHNG'S OFFICIAL FAMILY PUT OVER OUIJA" REPLIES! Replies have been received for the'follow ing Box Numbers: OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Democrats .coine back, Into the board was nexf'asked, Littlo said. "Fifty years.''. "Are you Jqkinglj_about all these was 'the "next1 enjuiry. -''Yes." Nov. 1 L "Mr. Onija" already has picked several members of President-elect Harding's cabinet, according to a group of Republican congresEmen today. Hep. B. Little, Kansas, isi authority for the statement that the! puija hoard has given clear answers to questions as to who will be in Harding's official family and lie is inclined to helicv.o the board knows as much about these all-important enquiries as anyone else, except Hard- ing himself. With a group of congressmen around the board, Little claims that the question asked Who. will be secretary of slate? The-small triangular aable moved over .the board and spelled out the word "Lodge." In a similar manner It picked "Wood" for secretary of war. But when tho board was nsked for the new secretary of labor, it failed to spell any name. How long will It be before the _ EGYPTIANS PREFER 'HUN EDUCATION i TO 'BRITISH LONDON, The. youths of Egypt arc showing a preference for German and Austrian education, reports.. Visconnt "Mllner, as High Commissioner for' that British protectorate. He says that an un- usually largo number of Egyptian men are leaving home at pres- ant to study in In Ber- in and Vienna. He attributes this n part to tho difflcrilty of; obtaining dmission to the overcrofwded iir.1- rereltlen of Great Britain also to political motives and to reports of cheapness and gaiety of life' in Berlin. Medical science knows serious is the sign of bleeding gums. For it knows that tender and bleed ing gums are the forc-runncre of Pyorrhoa; that dtead disease which afflicts four oiit of five people over forty, H- Iho diwase is unchecked, the cum-linc recedes, Ihc tcclh ciccay. loosen and fall out, or must be cxlrac ted to rid the system of tho Pyonhea poi- sons generated at their and wreck the health. They catise'rhcumatian, r.cn-ous disordci's, anaemia, and many oUra-ills., To avoid Pyorrhta, visit your den- tist often for tool h and gum inspection, and use Foriian'a For the Gums. For- h.m's For the Gums prevent Pyor- ilujy verlfled of tlielr claims and Mr. U. A. Davis left Monday for fho any by and thjtj states, Mr. Osborri Oler sill run (iflcr that dale, the administratrix will confectionery ttord while, ho Is away. illstrllm'.c the asacls of' the rtecease.-l among the parties ca- CONFERRING WITH tilled thereto, having only to PREMIER MORRIS ths claims of has WINNIPEO, Wm filed or which have bcen.tronght, to I Jlr.rtln of Saskatchewan, end Hon licr knowicdge. A. P. MacXah', minister of public Dated f.h.s 3rJ day of works. Srrivcd in the city lod.iv to A' 1020. meet Premier Norrls; J'KOWSB f.- f.YONri. N'eilhoi: Prtmter 'Mfirthi nor Mr ...BalleU-jM lot Iho worilrf' make any slaleinont D nn inirposo of thoir visit. thq gums firm and teeth white and "Start using it today. gum-shrinkage hag already set in, uajlorhans according todircc-- iipns and consult your dentist immc- tr.'.cly lor treatment, _ 35c and 60u tubes in Canada and U.S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will inailtulx! postpaid. t LTD., 'Monheal You can't look smart If your hair is thin. Save your oomb- fngs and send to y SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARDSTON, Alta. To be made, up into SWITCHES, TRANSFORMA- TIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES, ETC. Send ox. combings or up- wards for switches at per TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIXED One of the best of our irri> gated hays for" HORSES Protnrt shipment in ton cr car lota. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers Coaldale and Lethbridge Association of Army and Navy Veterans is Canada Lelhhrldue Unit, No. 34 Velerani desirous ot joining (lie cssoclatlon, cau ob- tain information and appllcatioa forms from the- secretary, I, LEIGH, P. O. Box No. 6, Lnth- bridge. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, .PRINTING; HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC, 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Service Agency Scientific Contingency Sajlj. eet.rft- falls. Everything la Prompt attP'.flon. Acadla Block. Pkoie 1618.' CIVIL AND MECHANICAL PLANS Tracings aod ftlueprinls Kiecuted -Reasonable Terms Apply Box 13 Herald. v PCANO TUNING H. PJayer-rJano acd Organ Repairer. 10 jean' factory eiperlence. lion burs'Certificate M. T. Assn.. London, England. References to the leading taufllctaaa of the city. Phona lot. Si. S. _____________DENTIST_________ DR. 0.1. COUHTICE, Dentist, former, ly.of Lethbrldge, has located at 679 Oranvllla St., Vancouver, B..CV Phone Sey. 9300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHJC DR. J. E. OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. J16-18-20 Sherlock Botra 10-12, 2-4, and b( appointment. f" DO YOU SQUINT? If you do it's a sign that you're ia-iig some eye trouble. To neglect eyes under.rBucb. clrcutustancoj may lead into a'serious state of at airs. .The best advice'we could give you s, see w'll tell at once whether- or not you- need [lasses any eye fault. HENDERSON Care'of Wright's Jewelry. Store.' ___ PK'VATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM FriTaM pltal, 127t Tth ATB. 8, Phono 746. Accommodation for tical, medltAl and .maternity tfests. Private jil: rooms. -Rates (30.00, 133.00 mud SSI week. Write tci mJormatlos' M. B. Hkaijtm, teidEnt HOSPITALS MATERNITY AND NURSING, .rate and semi-private rooms, faltt Terms moderate Applf Mrs. A. Woods, 38 4th Sireet Medicine HaL Phone S974. SP1RELLA CORSETIERE F. H. WILKTNS BIGHT SPECUUST 327 5th St. 3. Opposite the Empress. Phone 1913. Raa. Phone .1937. For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. IWARTIN 1321 10th Ave. Cor. 14th_8t. _' M'JStO MIS3 AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pnpils enter- _ ed for the eiaminations Academy and Royal College ot MuElc, London, England. 100 per. cent last year successful. MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pnplli prepared for, the .'.Toronto Conservatory, of. Music exams i If desired.. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238.5th A, South.: f CLEANERS AND PRESEERS ELtCiRJC SUPPLIES Electric. Light Power tontncton .Phono 1333 Stb Si. 8. rftro LfrMIng a SpeclaUy .for Electrical Work OB CardHton Temple. DECOflATtNa VTEMJNOTOM ton. PapirtiBniierJ ind Pslntin Kalsowlnl-n. Deeorattrif 1114 sin Wrtitng Ettlmstw rlTn eatabllBhed pilnten !a Res 176J Bhtriook Bldf, Alberta. A. DMoratlng and PaperhanirinK. CM. Sll Jib ATrahe R.mth. 117-M) E. L. COI'ELAND. E. R. KENT PyVamtd Decorating Co. Inter 1tfr decorating and paperhAnging a spe- cialty. Satisfied cnstomcra our aim Phnno 1503.. filfi 12th Bt Sonlh. FOR. THE GUM AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON TWP. 6, 8EC, 20, RGE. 21, W. OF 4 W, MILES NORTH OF WELLAND, 6 MILES WEST OF RAY- MOND, 7 MILES EAST OF MAQP.ATH ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP Ono learn geldings, 1 years, weight 3400; 1 team marcs, 10 and 7 years, weight.3060; l gelding, 17 years, weight 1200; 1 mare, 17 years, weight 1330; 1 mare, 4 years, weight J250; 2 geldings, i years, weight 1200; 2 marcs, coming three years; 2 geldings 3 years old; 2 bay mares, 6 and 3 years, weight 1SEO; 1 bay mare, 7 yearn, weight 1500; McCormlck mower; 1 gelding, 3 years, weight 12SO; 1 brown years, weight 1S60; 1 new 8-foot Deer- ing hinder; 1 8-foul During binder, in.running order; 1 Iz-lnch John Desro gang plow; new Blssol trniler disc; Sscctfon drag har- row with cart; 1 18-pan Kentucky double-disc drill; 1 potato digger; 1 rake; i Studebaker wagon, good as new, with now 125-bushel grain tank; 1 fanning mill; 1 hay. rack; new horse- power gas engine.and wasner; 1 democrat; shovels, forks and other tools; 2 sets of wpik harness. No reserve ns the owner is giving up farming, LOUIS SCHUMERS, Owner. TERMS CASH, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer JOSEPH DAVIDSON. DECORATOR, Established 19M. years' cxpertenca in Etjer- lor anil Interior Docoratlnz. bt. South. Estimates Phone not THE in rPrench dry cleaning. We are. the oldfeit In the'city. We use the Pennine Frenr-b which .COT- ers- tvery. spot and elfmlnatev pos- Ible Injury to garments, giving class, resulls., Special attention to country work.- South. Phone I SI 2. -Collect and deliver. LOO PMJSSINO, .Repairing and alteration: weir it reaspnabls prices. We sell tot and. deliver gooia, 229 7th St, Sontli. Phons I52S. OXY-ACETYLENH WBLDINO v. W. -N. KUTH. Comer lit Are. and lOtt CHIROPRACTOHS HYRUM SMITH and JUNE I! SMITH methods ara Nature's own. .Free consultation and analysis. Hours: 10-12- and'a-4, aaJ ap- pointment Room Sherlock Block. Phones 1S77 and 1141. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS ft birrela guns restock- ed, gnn work done by a gnnimlUv ker> made, lockj repaired, trpewriters, phonographs, any IlghB' machinery repaired, lawn iharpened. D. B. Macdonall, Indian Hotorcyclo Agent. Phone 10S1 Street opposite Herald offka. Farmers When In nted of niiy TRACTOR Repairs It will bo to your Inter- est try U3, We hATo an Machine Shop ntid entploy firat class .Machinists. Satisfaction In.prica Tractor Cylinders regrrmrul." filtcfl with over-sizo pietoaj fifrj rlcgi. N1VEN BROS. ZH Ave. 8. Phona 173Z Gurney-Oxlord Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING 'FRKl' ELLIOTT Metal WorVuri 6ti St. Phnn. L, D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I, M. COOMBS Deitret hewi Agent WINTER RADIATORS Why riot havo your Autonio- bllo Radiator Re-cored befort the frost comes, with tha beet Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop let us tell .you About It, or ask someone who ha? ono. STAND UP. ANDY the Radiator-Man' 12 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. ncmlt by Domlrilo'n Bnpreis MKney Order. If lost or stolen >ou get your, money back ;