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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i'Htji Cowley Tells Of Changes There lects last week and has gone to Blair- more to reside. Mr. and Mrs. W, Kins ot Lelh- bridge, were the guests o( Mr. and Mrs. Bundy: on Friday. Mrs. Thos. Tamblyn is this week (BJsm Our Own Correspondent) COWLEV, Nov. teachers have returned from the convention school is again in session. On Wednesday evening the firal tlnlrersits lecture will be held In Tuscan's hall at S o'clock The speak- er will be Professor A. E. Ottewell aud subject is 'The Canada of Tomor- row." This is the first of a series ot four lectures given under the auspices of the Women's Institute. Oil the fourth Saturday of this montU the Institute is planning a little extra than the usual business meeting: A program and refreshments -will tend to give a social aspect to the hour. Mr; and Sirs. Swart who lost their home last week by flre, have been for- tunate in securing the house ot Mr. and Sirs. Cogblll for tho winter. Mrs. Goldle. who accompanied her ilster. Sirs; Swart, to Cowley, has re- turned to her home in Letbbridge. Gabriel had E sale of farm ef- jthe guest of Mrs. Latta. Changes In Homes There are no empty houses In Cow- ley ard yet there is scarcely a house Edwards daughter that has the same occupant as five} Tha manse was vacated when Mr. years aso. and for the interest who h.ave moved from business to Mrs. T. K. Christie- aud are now in Guelph. Mr. and Mrs, Raines, who occnpltd the section house (or many years, are in Lethbridge aud Mr, and Mrs. Rus- sell occupy this houso, Tha Misses lilggir moved to Ontario aud their house was taken In turn by Mr. aud Mrs. E. McEwan, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Hud sow by Mr. aud years ago, an or e ineres o ue nmi famtii- in vani who Vve moved from 'and wouJer "who lives loiaaa now occupied by Dr. Donald and sucn and such a house aud "where! ihaveTJr.and Mrs we giro j Mr. and Mrs Wm_ w the following: As you come Into the Joe Wilson ranch, Mr. Fred Tusllan aud family occupy J Mr. and Mrs. Swift and family mov! ed lo Calgary and the houso is now by Mr. acd Mrs. Littleton. Mr. and Mrs. Kreenan weut to Mac- leod aiid this house is taken l-y j Mr. ana Mrs. Chandler. place here The tleordie Young house, after Mr. iaud Mrs. Young Tnoved to Calgary. (the bouse rvas rented by Mr. George their own house. Mr. and Mrs. Brockwell hare moved tnlo tho Murphy house. Mr. and Mrs. Carhey aad family are Mr. aud Mrs. Morrow occupy the WEDNESDAY. 24, 1920 jfilisoiu The place wnicn Mr. ana Mrs. years ago 'Cookweli and Mrs. Bounds lived Is i occupied by Mr. hud Mrs. Birketl. Mr. 'and Mrs. Cookwell and Mrs. Bounds having gone to England. .ill HJ Mr. D. R. Mclvor and Mr. Morrison. two of tue'pioneers of the town, oc- ctlpj. residences of five APPEAL ALBEADY HEARD AT LONDON "Diamond Dyes" Don't Spot, Run! Don't Risk Material in Poor Dyes that Fade or Streak j Each packaga of "Dlatnoid Djes contains directions 50 simple that r.ny woinan can diamond-dye a upw, rich fadeless: color into worn, shabby gar- ments, draperies, linen, cotton or mixod goods- Biiy. "Diamond other pstp ,'OAOU OAEIJ UOJC has color BOTHER} "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Mr. and Mrs. Milton Robmson be-1 cupy. their house. 1 Mr. '...Victor Kobinson's house was Ukeo by Mr. and Hargrove until a tew weeks ago. when they moved up, (Canadian As- north and now Mr. Webber has rent- soclated is understood that ed the place. efforts are being made to Induce tho ,ave Mr. Mj Murphy and family ha j moved Into the Dooner house. Mr. and Mrs. Dopber have gone to Scotland. Mr..arid Mrs. James .Coglilil have gone' to Maple Leaf and the Swart famiiy have their house. Acrgss the James BIddel! withdrawal of the appeal to the privy council ID the famous Quebec mar- ruse case ot Despatie versus Trera- blay. Since tho appeal was taken to the privy council, (he parlies have re- married, ''dispensations having been gninted by the pope. .Arguments tn and family wept to SiWiiapore, have twice been made lietore his place I.e'slio Tustlan, Privj- council aud delivery 6! jiulg. lias moved to Dlairmoro recently and is now due. If the appeal rented his residence to Mr. aud Mrs was-withdrawn it would obviate tho Esctorbrook. necesalty of-the privy conucil making Mrs.. Ollin lives in James Bird's Pronouncement, which it is felt. liousa. Mr. and'Mrs. Bird have thojwoul11 undesirable feeling. telephone omce. The- house Iu which Mrs. Dobson o lived before going up north was taken by Sir.; aid Mrs. Crayford, who moved and'now by Mr. fEdjetl "and janiliy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hannanllve In the same boaso as foe vears ago Mrs. McEwau and family have gone to Blainnora and ilr. aud Mrs. Poison live in her house. Tne Treadway house is emply Mr and Mrs. Tr'eadway live at Xap Cyr's ranch. Mr and Mrs J Kean sold their BRJTJSH EXPENSE IN PALESTINE. CoigeftTreatatM Gives Sratifying Results WASIKO, Oar. "I hAd u altsel of Wtffixg EctfrnajKi tad tbat my dothoj trould wei fbroush at tinea. For four niontbj, IsufTered terribly, I could get no relief until I tried Altogether, I bars used boies of and two of "Froit-a-Utes'l. snd em eatirely well." G. W. HALL, 'A Both tbesa favorite remedies aro soW by dealers'at Me. a 6 for or seat on receipt of price by Fruit-a-lUes Limited, Ottawa, "FraU-a-Uvas" is ako put uj La Are of the Cost or Uving Coining Down in France Nov. French gov- ernment has passed the word to the banks to .tighten-up. Ou c-rodlts, ao cordlng.to tho Intranslgoaat and as a result, (he cost of llvlag iu France already has ceased Its upward 11 It Is not actually starting downward. The government's word to tho banks, the newspaper Ws6 not to cut oft credits but to'ratios tbem supporting honest idrms in temporary need, but denying further red It to speiulalors for whom new loans would be only an encouragement to maintain high prices. Twenty Mi'Mion Are Expected to Seek Homes' in Norlh and South America LONDON, Ts'ov. Spencer Churchill) minister of war, announced in the house 't of commons yesterday that the military costs in Palestine for the current year amounted to pounds.which -was con- slderably .less than.bad 'been expected. Inventor Produces Four Automobile Bodies in Aecept "California" Syrup ot for the name California oo the- package, then you are sure (Siild is.having tho best and lurrnless physio for the little Btomnci, liver and bowels Children love 'U frally tasje Full d'recllons on each You must say 'Vallforata' Advertisement.' fSpecIal Cabli) to Chicago News.) BERLIN', Nov. million people, or.'ons-Jhh-d ot the population' of emigrate (o North and South America wiihln the liext few years; because tlic fatherland is no longer large'cnoush to provide a Iiviii5 for to Senator [Peterspn, head of the Gcriuau demo crallc "A large' proportion of Hie popula lion of; fisrniany must emigrate or go Eflld.Senator cause machinery has gone to' Is one of the unfortunate J results of the war." Seek Hp'jn.esjn Argentina Every of German famnios Brazil and the Argentine to seek new homes. Num- erous organizations, financed princi- pally by wcilthK Germans of national- istic. leaulngsV'assist tlie emigrants with money, to.help pay their steerage passage, which iioVr costs about three times as mucb 'as before the ivar. The these organizations' is to strengthen the already large Ger- man colonies- in those countries in the hope or later Ger many.will .be'soVj: a basis of close friendship with Lalia America and thus be less dependent upon allied countries and Uii' United States linan- (tally an'rt 'cdmifercialiy Wait for .Peace With United'States Thousands'of ether families, how- ever, are waiting Germany and the Uniied States, aud a modification of ,the restrictions that now make it almost impossible for Germans to get passports; vised: for emigration to lhe_ are man> E hilled laborers who -in outbreak of here They are to get it comes and long to go to th's United States. Recent-dispatches that bills proposing severe restrictions on iiiiml grntlon from Europe'will be intro- duced in congress have caused great disappointment nervousness among those desiring .to emigrate. tai mitlet UmouslT IS open tourmg car Victoria top, a coupe, and an open ,Vi Another Price Suggestion PIES aiid PASTRIES light, tender, flaky pastry you have only to add that spoonful of .Dr. Cream Baking Pow- And unce you liavc seen Jioiy easy these ddiciously filled pies are to make, you want one or more of them every day in tlic week! Costard Fie 1 cuppaelrj flour Dr. Bakfng Powder M teaspoon Ball H cup shortening ctfld water together' flour, baking powder and salt; aud onc-haH shortening and rub in Jighily with fingers; add water slow- ly Hntli of riglil consistency io roil out Roll out very'thin; put on in small pieces re- maining Shortening, fold ,lp, per and lover edges in lo center; fold titles in to ccn- fer; fold stfes in to ccnlcr again; roll out thin and put on (lie plate. CusUrd U teaspoon !all Z conn scAldrJ milk 1 vanilla wclract aaa from of Tartar, derived from grapei, MADE IN CANADA Beat, eggs, add sugar, salt, flavoring and milk very slow- ly. Line pie plate with.paste made as above, and bake in very hot oven about 10 mih- ules. Pour custard into the baked crust and bake in mod- erate oven about 23 minxitcs. The pic is done when a knife put in center of custard comes out dry. Cocoanut Tic is made the same way, adding J. cup of shredded cocoanut, and us- ing only 2 eggs.- Pampiin Pie 2 cur-f stowed and atralnfed pumpkin 2 cups rich milk or crcnm 'it cup brown or granulated 2cgg3 '.i tcippoon H teaspoon 1 teaspoon cinnamon Mix pumpkin with milk, sugar, wcll-bcalcn eggs, gin- salt, cinnamon, and beat. 2 minutes. Tour into pie lin which lias been lined with pastry. Place iu hot oven.for 15 minutes, then reduce hc.it and .bake 45 minutes in mod- erate oven. To bring cut fla- vor of pumpkin it roust be very well baked. All measurements for all materials are level OfTheC.F.A. (From Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Nov. Cards- ton district U. F. A.Jbeld an informal meeting at the cdlirt house Nov. 20. President Jelllff presided and made the opening address, He sroke iit the many benefits that come.'to the people through the U. F. A. and urged larger patronage, especially of the farmers. Manager Willard Keith gave a report ot the organization for the last two months, which showed, a de cided Increase In business, and said the U. F. A. had put the prices o( food- stuffs down. He referred to tho great future of the organization 1! propdrly supported. Ex-manager 3. F. Parrlsli spoke very encouragingly of the benefits ot tho U. F. A. and suggested tb'at repre- sentatives be appointed In all districts to boosl the organization. .Frank made a few appropri- ate remarks and said Hie organization saved money for the people In hand- ling feed fur the farmers last wlntc: nnd thus saved the lives of many cattle. President Jelllff arinour.eod 'that nn official meelliiR of U.''P. A. stockhold- ers would be held in tho court house, Nov. 27, at 2 p.m. The Women's [nilltute held a nl the resilience of Mrs.. Staoptiole, Nor. II. A nest sum was realized to bo used for (lowers and bulbs, el6., at the local hoapltnl. Joa. Y. Card, who has been confined lo his home for some weeks, was taken lo (o receive treat- ment of Dr. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. D. Bock, a daughter. Waller Olson recently returned from the western Slates mission. Mr. W. Jacobs and Mr. Frank Slcelo were the speakers at the Stake Tabernacle Sunday evening. Irvln Tanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. X W. Tannr-r. will leave for a mission about Dec, 1st, A Now Philadelphia, Ohio, womnn gave her .i-ycar-old lioy a' tin horn (or is birthday. KM-Jnfriliir vefn niiir ven sewed hy the whistle In the he fell wliilo blowing it horn jestenJay for Ihe opening o! the forty- first reunion ot the. Scottish; Rite, in- cluding iloore Soterelgb, coasistor) aud we re b? George Moore, Sir- John Gibson, former lleutoaaat- goverijor of Ontario, Is chairman, of the geiieml coainiltlce. Tho reunion will Friday, Rely on Cuticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF COUGHS wan bad cold, put OK trouble on to many otlxm. liyoa hive cough, dart tpcMil it. OtridoikbyUlij REUNION OF SCOTTISH RITE HAMILTON. Nov.. SCO candidates from various sections of thayprovlnce of Ontario were here CMfWCatti, Sore Throat, Broodatu; K_.l t tod Wkoopinc Cough; yjjH to ejects of thii dcpcn Keep bottle handy. Said by mail _ PREPARED BY National Drug and Chemical Co. SV ot Cioada, Limited. 15 ''But why should I be interested in Dr. Chase's BECAUSE it will make a better human being of you mentally, everyway. Are you living a full and successful life Or are you lacking in energy and vigor i Perhaps you find are losing grip on life and beginning to slump physi- cally. Then it is time to give some atten- tion to the nerves. When the nerves give out thereVsure to be a slowing up of all bodily functions, both mental and physical. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is admir.ab.ly suited to overcome this condition and thereby prevent a serious nervous break- down. For this reason it'is of interest to old or in middle age. torns, aad for this reason you-must perse- vere in its use until lost vigor is restored to the nervea We that Dr. Chase's Nerve' Food possesses exceptional restorative proper- ties. We have seen it tested' in many thousands of cases. Many of your friends and neighbors can vouch for its merits from their own personal experience. But how are you going to prove this to jour own satisfaction unless yb'u give it a trial You are the one to be benefited. So it remains for you to make the test. It is well worth your while, for -health is your biggest assetj no matter what the size of your bank account may fa. Seat and plenty of .wholesome, nutrl- forming rich blood, and by feeding the starved nerves back to-health'and strength it appeals to every reasoning person. Try it wr.en you feet worried and tired out. Try it for sleeplessness and 'irrit- ability. Try it for nervous headaches and indigestion. ,For these are the indications that the nerves are becoming exhausted; It is not'a mere relief for these syrnp- require. So your must look to Dr. Chase's Nfirvo E-iod to establish' the upbuilding process which is necessary for your crfmpJete restoration to perfect health and vigor. v- Dr. Chase's Food, 50o a Bates Co., Ltd., th'e genuihe vou will find the portrait and signatured A.' W. Chase, Refuse'substitutes. More Tobacco for the Money Packages AdW ISamimiiiiwiiHiHim ;