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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1920 'THE LETHfiRIDGE DAILY HERAID PAGE NTS J5 SUITABLE HOME FOR AGED GEim SOUGHT 'Association of Municipal Districts Urg- ing Health Department of the Province to Provide Such Amendment to Mothers' Allowance Act Provincial Control of Lease Lands Hem bv Non-Residenfs Demanded. II, A. Craig, deputy minister .of agri- culture. Mr. Craig stated that the I line had come when a vigorous cam- pa Igu against noxious weeds must be uuderlaktn by the- department, and that the. cq-opeiatloii of every farm- er and municipal district must be enlisted. Ho invited questions from tbo delegates and a lively dls- cusslou eusued. JIaoy of Iho delegates voiced the opinion that it was ol Ultle use to go after the people who permitted weeds to grow In the organized municipalities if something more was not done than had been accomplished forward by- a delegate, but Mr. Gar- diner that his nomination b withdrawn, as he staled that the as- sociation could not be la better hands than those ot present chief exe- cutive, Provincial Htghwayc Commission The resolution lor tho establishment of n provincial highways commission, to regulate and control highways and their constructlon.whlch 'lias been be- Six and a Half Foot German Goes To Pen Nbv 23 -Twenty-one sale of liquor In sealed packets, the important resolutions wcra brought profits from, the sale to be extended before the Alberta Association of Muu-1 on roads icipal Districts during Monday after- noon's' session, and disposed o( by the delegates .who arc.attending the twelfth annual convention -Of.that body now in progress at Paget .Hall. Several of these were similar, to re- solutions, that bad been passed jt previous conventions- without the re- quired been 'obtained, but the .majority affected present-day problems confronting tho rural muni- cipalities of the province and were of .vital importance. i Two resolutions -were, thrown out Ky .the resolutions committee aa' be- ing without tbe.jcopeot.tha couVen- tlou. These were, from Hibstoiie. asking that eminent petitioned to appoint a commission sufficient .care for Ibe shipment of grain, and one .....__ and rieuts iu the provl Kcijie for Indlgents local taprov e- iiesojutioiiB adopted by the com ventlou we're: :Tkat tbp health deparimc-ut ol the irovincc bo requested to erect suit- able homes in Alberla where aged indlgenls could receive proper euro and-attention, and enable the muni- cipal districts to belter fuflll the ob- ligations itoV depending upon them There-was no discussion prior to the, adoption of this' resolution. That the mothers' allowance act ho anioadedt tbat the' municipal dis trlct councils'shall bo-consulted" b] Ihe provincial authorities in each case where ah allowance Is made to i-ldows in "the district in ijuestion.'' in tho past by the department agriculture In the suppression weeds in tho unorganized areas. Mr. Craig explained that the department, and the province as a whole .had been handicapped Iu the past; owing to the war, shortage of labon and the need for greater production. Nominations were received for tlio onlco of president for the ensuing year, find A. J. H, Donahue, Fore- most, was unanimously- re-elected to the position. Tho name of lioberl Gardiner, vice-president, was put cohventlpu'go-oil record as belns iii favor of govcrnhient control of tho Home-made, biitllasNo Roughs was stated Jhat while tho district' from' 1'eaco district, asking that the [such allowance, cases have been known where such an. allowance was; not justified. '-Several -delegates; slated Ihelr district council had always'Veen, cohsulled in such. resolution carried. That the provincial government he rerjnested to' open negotiations with the Dominion government-; secure provincial control of lease lands In Alberta, now field by non-residents of the lease Ihem lo resident farmers in small tracts, to tlie end that those' farmers i might bo made self-supporting and i Independent, and avoid the necessity "t i of asking for relief. from the gov- icn't year ..'It was d thaVil hudOieen demonstrated IVoiip 'and you wniiMuirfc i during five, years .that 320 this reliable oM lioiiVr-uuLdi; I acres land wore not sufficient to rauciiy'.' Any drujijn'st.c-.in supply I susLiin livestock necessary to work yoii- with of .J'iiiox. I'onr land. Tho..n familr A VapoPTmtment forCouJluandColili The for Vapo-Greiokse at.lbe ii acoMcrficn; tliroal. Ix ia timi to UK, you jait 1he liulo jamp thlt raporizea the Ci-esoVae' ATid place ii the bed. 'Ilic soolhlna KntiicpUa easy. raHevca the coaglMeaMB nod congestion. protccla in Reconurendcd for, C.CIB, Ku> nncl for tlie raet 40 years The bsncGt Ja univcE- tionable. Send for VAPOCRESOIEHE CO. If yon have -a scvt-c cniinh of told accowiKinioL ivitli soraiicp. throat' tickle. iMwifCBess; ur diOicult this into bottle arid fill the rKillb willl plain granulated. Byruih Or-you bail-uSc clanucu wo.- iassw, honey, or: corn r.yrup, iiwtead syrup, if desired. This recipe jnakcs in ounces 6f rally remarkable, remedy.- it.tastes good, arid in cr.itfi of its It -z. cost, it can be depended- upon lo invc''quick-and-InstliiE relief. You cau-fecl. this, tnk'e- bold of .a ieonsli in a' Tray that means business.. It loosens hn.-rraiscs the plileym, stops tliroat tickle and soothes and heals the, irritated membranes tbat lino tlie throat and bronchial tubes with-tmeh and'ccrtainty that it is really .asto.nishinjr.'- Piiicx is a sriecial andMchly concen- trated compound of peniiinc Norway pine cxlrnrt, arid is probhbly- the best krioini means of severe TKcre.nre many .vesblatloii Had Ba For Tliree Years ihin'r Guaranteed to eivo absolute ,tatipfaction or money promptly' The Pines-Co.. I patriotic Orit, fore the convention, o! municipal dis- tricts, for the past five years, nearly went by the hoards altogether at the convention yesterday.A short discus- sion to table the whole proposition. This was de- feated only by a vote of 76 to 44. The resolution was carried finally with an addition providing that the majority of members ol such a com- mission should be named by the assoc- iation of municipal .districts. The resolution proposes that such commission should have full powers to regulations governing the use and abuse of public highways and to formulate standards of construe tiou of roads, ditches, culverts and bridges, and through w.hlch all1 pro vluclal nio'nles granted for Iho roads, would.be To this is made .the addition as stated above. The convention favored the Increase of pay of councillors from 51 to u day arid mileage front 10 to 15 cents. a mile. Farm Loans Act The convention urged the govern ment to bring the provincial act pro vldlng for long terin loans on farm properties at low rates ot interest Into operation, "Id ba administered along the Hues., laid dowu by the provincial treasurer Jn his speech be- fore the U. P. A. In January, 1917. ".The development of the province of Alberta, which is the duty of every citizen and government." slates tho resolution, "would be greatly facili- tated by the provision of such loans." Prices Falling In United States j fackson, a.Uerniau, standing BLx feel' i IRISH REPUBLIC I WOULD PRODUCE RUSSIAN TYPE JJONTHKAU Nov. a dozen people turned uu lasl night at what v.'a's advertised to be a "mass, meeting" held lu. tho Labor Temple by Iho Quebec' Socialist party to sup- port tho cause of Irish self-dele rmlna- Ulou. 1 P. W. Cerrlsh. explained that ttoi this province and ona of their plaub, be the Irish t once ud nwlu- ally Uio 5tln. Sample boi IV.-' mase'i Oluurent free It you mention this lorpostije. a; box; all dealers cr Edmanson, BalKJ Co, rJauted. Toronto- CONSUL TO CANADA OF CZECHOSLOVAKS Xov. K. Ityzna'r, D. S. 0.. of Prague, has been named oonsnl of the Czecho- slovak republ.Ic to.Canada. The quar- ters of the Czei-hiPStoYakiaii consul- ate will be at 33S Shcrbrooke street, west, Montreal. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT AND KILLED WHfLE KUNTINO BROCKVILLK. Out., Nov. larry Hlbhard, 16 years old, while on hunting- expedition accidentally shot nd killed blnVself while stopping in'.o boat at Goose Hay yesterday. Stiff Joints Muscles Sraeotted Out By KmHn's Wizard Oil' Soreness and-stiffness resulting from bnaccnstbmed'use of muscles or as tien- etc., give way. quickly lo (he soothing effect 9f Hamlin's Wizard Oil. Tt penetrates fast; drives but tlfe sore- ness, and Umbers up stiff, aching joints and musclrs. Wizard Oil la a gooA depend- ftblo rrcpara-Elon to have in tho raedEcJni chut for first aid antl when (he doctor tjmr. Jar away. It Is an absolutely reliable antiseptic application for .cuLn, burns, bites .intJ atlngi. Sprains and trtil.ica" Iieal rapidly unier soolhlnp, penetratinK qualities. Keep It on har.iL Generous Blza botlls JSc, 1C you are troubled with conatlpalEon or headacha try Wizard. Mver Juit pleasant llttlo vlaJc pi! Ca at dnifighta for 3fc, IT FILLS THE NEED IS your doctof S decides that you need J {Scott'sUsion! ''I you may rest-assured that He knpws that it-' I Will fill the need better I- thin atiylhing else. L tins matter .wuuiu uu ivlusieroie Works Without trie, a sC5Sinn of the Quicker There's no sense.In mixirsiarness ci mustard, flouf and water when yolt can easily relieve pain, soreness or sliff- nesawitjraliltleclcan.whiteMusterple, ia mada of pure oil of mustard "and other'helpful ingredients, combined in ihe.form qf tha present white It (.ikes the place oi. rnuslard plasters, and Will not blister. Musterple usually gives prompt relief froir, sore'throat, bronchitis, tdnsihtis, crotip, stitt neck, asthiria, neuralgia, hdadacfic, congestion, pleunnr.rhcuma- tisrn, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or (oints, sprains, sore muscles, 'bruises, chilblains.frosted ol the chest (it often prevents was passed liiianimously. Motor- License Fees That the provincial .government re- I'um to the. district one-half ot all iilpueys paid forv llcrasos .for', nioldr vehicles by' residents iricls. ConBiderable discussion'i, fol- lowed the introduction. of. this rcso- lullOBi brought in 'by Eureka municipal district. Severa. delegates were of the opinion tha' the cities would gain, the .dvantage- should such, an .arrange ment Ij'e aa'rt.Jfr. Limb, depntj minister of municipal' affairs, point ed' out that" this-'would certainly be tho" case. The r' car ried by a' largo .majority, neverthe '-jThit- the- government be.-.Tequestei lo abolish -Iho siipplomeritarj' reyenu pointed out iliad bebir'originated In-provide ..to Ulie subscvjptioh to the'.'Canadia lalriotio- 'fund.'in- lieu- ..persona iubscriptions, and that the alleged object, of .siich .longer ex- That the municipal districts be empowered lu levy a Max. upon all .erchants doing business in hamlets within their borders. It .was said that some of these .merchants paid little or no tax and that they made more in a year than -many farmers on 320 acres of land.. That the department 'Of public works-be urged IP make their ap- proprialions to municipal districts for road' Improvements' af'an .earlier date .in the" year than has been the custom in the past, In.order. money niayr be spent to -bettor ad- vantage. Several resolutions .asking for miiior ilnicnUments lo ,the Munlcliia1 Act In respect of voting' .laws and slock .Tabled resolution recommending :ompulsory clause be placed in al mortgage's conlracted: by farmers providing-' that the principal migh be any time following thirty days' was tabled after some discussion. A resolution .asking tha tho'government return one-halt o -all moneys coHectert-Krn'wIld' land .taxes to the district in which they are !was introduced' by Eureka district I An amendment recommending tha the lax be doubled and.one-half give i to the districts was also defeated. i I'cmhina district brought in a res 'olulton in which it. was slated tha I the exemption of faxes to returnc Soldiers Vas working hardship upp linunicipialities, ami asking that .re-. !licf be granted by the. government the extent of such exemptions. [This was defeated without any dls- cussion. Perfect harmony was a feature pt thp whole afternoon's proceedings, npno of the discussions attending any of the resolutions fauslng any degree iof acrimonious debate. '1 Hon. C. R. Mitchell Speaks- I Mr. Jlltchell declared that iherc 'r-hould be--a better adjustment of taxes between the organized and'.un- prganUed municlpaHtfea.Siind that this matter "would be 'brought before early In some .of tho unftrgaii; zed ho.-salil, a lower, rale nf prevails Iban In those li'alricJs that have, been organized, nnd this would seem to put a pre- mium on their remaining .In. their present condition. Tlie minister stated, however, llv' llicro is reason why these areas should not be organized into municipal; districts and that this-principle had already been recognized. Unorganized areas are being gradually brought Into line Arch. Mitchell, of Coaldolb, a nieiti her of the Canadian forestry'Assocla lion, spoke briefly on the subject of soil drifting and the that lrv> In (ho foreslallon ot tho prairies. "The lop soil of Iho prililes our mos valuable .asset." lie declared, "and we are losing It Ihrbngh soil drlfl.lfig The of pra.irle fpresiry needs attention in' Ihe very worst way." The Weed Problem T'ip..weed problem In Iho province wks tskcrf till in f. sidri, VOdress by Tlie constant hacking, racking, per-. sistent cough that sticks to1 you in- spite of everything vou to set rid. of it. Is the; kind that is dangerous. The ibngertho cough sticks, the1 more- becomes to Your health. There Is no remedy that will rellevi that won't let go- like Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. H has a healing and'soothing action on the air passages, and at the time acts as a disinfectant of -the respiratory organs, destroying the germs that produce serious lung doni plications. Mrs. Minbam, Alia..; had a very' bad for., three, went to several doctors'.'; andr'ivied different constt rnedicines, nothing seemed toj help me. .One day a friend told me; bpiit Dr. Woo'd's 'Norway Pine SyrupJ jid after using several'bottles I he-; ame "completely I alwaya eep a bottle in the house, and aliio ecpmniend "it to others. Dr. Wood's: Norway Plue-Symp "NEW YORK, 'Nov. of; the' process of re-adjustment iii prices of commod- ities-Is indicated by reports today from many parts of the United States. In' Now representatives of more .ban 1.200 relailers of clotbing, dry- goods, shoes and inillinery from many ;s. 'prgaiiizcd the. Coun- cil of National-.Retail associations in an effort the crisw in the retail trade 'duetto steadily falling prices. ;The policy, of the new organ! nation was not niado'imblic. In IJoslon conimlsston o necessa.rles of life, announced.that ii October, living costs declined' .2 1-2 per cent.'from the levels of Septcm her. One wa a drop of 12.per.cent, in the price o women's silk stockings. shoo, manufacturers in SI Louis announced further reduction i the wholesale price's of certain INTER-CHUHCH ADVISORY COUNCIL TOHONTO, Nov. f the inter-church advisory council was completed here yesterday, a', a 17, official boards tho Prjjsljylerian, Methodist, Ilap- ist and Congregational churches represented. A communication from tho executive coun- il o( the general synod of tho Church ot England in Canada, staling that hilst not favoring the formal organi- zalion of advisory was-willii'S'to consider any proposition co-operation that night he subhiStted. v, as "been universally used for over 0 years, and so great has boon its uccess, .it Is only, natural that a real many imitations nave been placed on the market. The genuine s put up in a" yellow, wrapper; 3 rees'the trade-mar'K; price 35c..and iOc. a bottle; manufactured only by The T. Mliburn Co., Linuted.-Toronto, ot'shoes. large rppfin inanuta.ctTirers in 'QUAIJIY- Worn by the Business Man. He knows that when he has a Fashion-Craft suit oh he does not have to worry about personal appearance. It was correct in style and fit vjhzn he bought it, and it stays fit, as long as he wears it. Look Jor the label, as a guarantee. 300 Shops in Canada. Sold locally by LOUIS KEEL j- LETHBRIOGE in asphalt shingle.'s iirepared rpbf- ings. ranging froiri! three''to thlrtyrtivor per-cent. A majdrity'of tlie'wholesale bakers Ohio, :arih'punced "a 20 per'bent, reduction'' in theJpricb'.ot brea'd'effective N'pyemher Under tho .new price.: tlie 'cost: oL loaf of: bread '_wiir be n-' duced from 19 cents'. POSSESS'GOOD HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE A free motion of the bowels, once or twico a day, should be the rule of every ,onc, as half, the ills of life aro, caused by the bowels to get into a-consf'pate-l' rendition. When (tho bowols are allowed to bOMme the. stomach g its work-, properly on account TtiE "FLU" Dare Not Return Tfc-8 "Plu ni'l certainly get a inter if it dares holding back the that It dons not .pass 'tho bowels, but is altuweil lo get. InUi the blood, thuj a. poisoning of the whole syi tem. H you would oustlpatioUj. sick and bilious ii'.'.'I'lg spedi's cor.'.-: en tfii'guc, fonl il.e naslv.1 rrilating, bleeding, ilching.and pro- uding should keep your iver stirred up .by tho use of' Mil- inrn's 'Those purely vejelable, :eep your liver working actively, belo- ng it to resume its proper fiinciloris, niir] J.herehy removing tho' that is.circulating In llie blood and polsoii ing the whole system. Mrs. II. Barrows, Enftcld, N. S., was .troubled with sick s'tlpatloti. One ilml vjin; friend (olrt mo of Mllbiirn's Inaicntcil In Ins notes.; and lay a friend to J.axa-Uver rills. I got two vials, and .found tliey din nio a world of good. f. therefore have great fallh fnjtiom." Pills are !3c. a v'al, :it all dealers or mailed, direct on receipt of price by The T. Jlilliiirn Co., Toronto, OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian rend- creil Judgments ,ln the following Brit- is.h Columbia and Alberta cases: Brit- ish .Columbia: Jones versus. Appeal allowed and action remitted to the, supreme> court of to add par' ties arid .declare Irust. 'Plaintiff to have general costs yt action and of ap- peals, but !o bear crtsls occasioned by his raising Issue of duress. Hodgcra versus .Wllliama. Appeal dismissed with costs. .Kldslonc versus :SlirlInB and Pit- calrn: 'Appeal with costs in this court and court of appeal dismissed with costs. Trial Judgment restored in both cases with following modification. On the reference directed by the learned trial Judge the'value or the trulls delivered by Iho plaintiff (try which a reasonable price for them Is meant) should be ascertained by de- ducting from the average price realiz- ed by the defendants In each year for atUfriiit-sold ,by each hint! and grade furnished by 'tho the expenses incurred by-tho defend- ant in handling Iho plaintiff's fruit and a reasonable siim for profits on the stile thereof. Bro'ilenr .1. dissenting- altogether and J. In part to the extent v.Tirm reception this show its ugly heed in our peaceful midst, for-the people aro. confident cow that lliey can deal it such a smashing blow it will never. In every village, town nnd city 111 telvca with the greatest "Flu" ini- irinnitiou known to ley's Bronchitis "Mixture. Coltla.. coughs, advance guards of- met Tfith withering lire, and rolief from tlicse troubles is sure every time.. Ona hundred thoua.ind fanadinna are only too willing to tes- tify to tho gre: t healing jower this remedy, contains. It has "conquered coughs of S3 years' standing. It can- not fail to do for you what H has done for olhera. Vou liavo everything lo gain and nothing to lose, as it hi Bold under a money-back guarantee- to banisli toirglis, colds, bronchitis, bronchial asthma nnd prevent .yon from getting the "Flu." It is not a syrup, but a scientific- raixluro, 20 times-stronger other-couglt cure. One doso gives instant relief. Price, 75 cents. Take no substitute. None genuine without my signature. Ask your druggist W AMPLE ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS TO COAST Send today for free information as to rales antl .'iccomniodalton at leading hotels and apartment houses in Vancouver and Vlclorla. Wo have 1600 rooms, with or without board, nt reasonable rales In tlio best stopping places. Write today, enclosing stamped envelope for reply, tclilng about when you will come, number-.of par If, children. If any, etc. Full Information'stilted to your .casa will be promptly mailed. Address, Dcpf. H., Tlie Traveller i, Suite Zl, Imperial Block Vancouver B. C> Alherln Xoltrn versus Emerson-Brantlngham. Appeal nllowwl to extent of increns- ing 'demagcs to the of Appellant lo have action dowji lo raml ot appeal and including Judg- nicnt of trial courl. Ttcspundcnl to re- tain" Judgment for coats In appellate division; provision to bft inade for return of morlel lj tractors as Indicat- ed In the nolea jnrtgnient. The chief juslicc tlissenti- would dismiss Iho appeal with cuats. I.avln .versus Ocffen. Appeal dis- missed wllh costs. J. jlsseutlng. DOESN'T TAKE MUCH STOCK IN SPIRITUALISM Nov. the opinion 'Of Lieut-Col, Ar S. Evo, F. R. professor of physics at McQIII University and a distin- guished scientific scholar, ex- pressed TO ihft Women's Canadian Club here yesterday, the utlsr- .anr.65 of Sir Oliver Lodcje, Conan Doyle and on the subject of.psychics, popularly aa do pot. rest on any having t'eU'nilfie. yalua. HeirememVciid- time a cut got infected ancl laid htm up for Iwo weeks. So this lime housed JnenfhoisilSm It prcvcntcrl infection and healed trio cut gently in two days. He r.Uv.iys lias Mcn- tKolatum liahdy for cuts, bruises, clc, NVIien a cold Ko put Menlholatum in bis nostrils, ttopped trouble 'itfc LtlttefluaeforLmk lik" Pncse Bepd Ex- pectations on Men's Overcoats The Drive Is On- MEN'S SUITS in the season's newest styles and all tlie good cloths: in worsteds, tweeds and serges, to be cleared re-- gardless of cost. LOOK OVER OUR LIST OF PRICES, COME IN AND COMPARE OUR VALUES. YOU WILL FIND WE HAVE THE BEST PRICES JO BE FOUND ANYWHERE. We are going to clear these suits and over- coats out, so don't blamo us if you do not save" money on all your clothing requirements. SUITS AND OVERCOATS Regular Side Price...... Regular Sale Price Regular Sale Price.............. Regular Sale Price.............. Regular Sale Price Regular Sale .Regular Sale Price Our loss is yov.r.gain: do not miss this oppoiv tunity. Fred Thaell Eth Street South, Lethbridge ;