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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920 THE LETHBRiPGE PAfLY'HESALIf FEW1NGS DEAD Great Britain and France Angry at AUeged Salary KUwara Prlca Pell, in special eaulo Ip Chicago Dally England, Nov. British government considers with lively sympathy the decision of the French government thoroughly to in- .vcsllgalo the question vl hoK.much money the'former kaiser U'drawing from Germany. Information iu the iiiis of certain members of the house AT MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT, Nov. death occurred here last night of Ed- ward. J. Fewtags, former manager of, the Merchants who openea the first banking InslUutloa Iu Medlciue. Hat. Deceased, who vis bora, .In London, Ontario, lit 5867, leaves a widow aud threfl children. FAVOR WESTERN UNION 'OP-MUNICIPALITIES CALGARY, Nov. eteps to- wards the loJrmaUdn ot a western union ot municipalities, which shall embrace not only the urban, but.- the rural municipalities, were taken In Calsary yesterday, when a was held between representatives of Alberta muulclpallties' associations, and those from similar organisations New Pretident of League of Nations t luuau ii wm DIUJIKVI of commons Indicates that the sura, Ij -m Manltoba Saskatchewan, extremely-large.'. H Is declared that the externperpr, us "king of has received about norm- ally JfS.000.000) In the course of tho present year. This, figure tuay .or may not be cor- rect "inqtrlries are being made by the BrUlEt anibassauor iu Berlin. In'Mnterect of Devastated Area If It should prove true that the avail- able German revenues are undergoing depletion in this way and lo the ex- tent alleged, tlie British and -French governments are eipe.cted to; endeavor to stop It in the Interest of the devas- countries. Members of parliament show intense indignation over these reports- They declare that Hie government will have no uatil tit discovers the truth ami'takes such action as the fads warrant. All the indications are that the' former kaiser is living sumptu- ously in Hoi land .with au imposing re- tinue "of attendants. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL BASSAN'O, Nov. Car- negie; lormer'secretary of tie muni "cipillty, was'committed for trial here lasVhight by Magistrate Arthur Bond on .llhree.. charges of'stealing money from" mbnlcipality and tli9 muni- cipal hospital district. The principle of such organl- atloii was endorsed unanimously at he convention of rural'municipal I ties .t Its closing session yesterday after- icon. At the conference of representatives rom each'province Alberta was repre- sented, by Commissioner Freeman, of Lethbrtdge, president of the' union of municipalities, which' Includes cities, towns and villages, and A. J. II. Don- ahoc, president of the' association ol municipal districts which Is the. rural side of IL Though no organization was formed for the -western, provinces the neces- sity, ot such on.- It was proposed that the sentiment of the organization in Saskatchewan and Manitoba be. obtained at the conven tlbn to be held'shortly and following favorable attitude'.1 that organization of an association be proceeded with. PAY HAIL INDEMNITY FOR CROP AFTER IT HAS BEEN CUT Paul Hymansj of Belgium, who .has teen electee permanent president of >e League of Nations by au ove; i Urihealthysoulrinsthebestofwheat Unhealthy gums kill the best of teeth. To keept he teeth sound keep the gums weH. iWatch for tender and bleeding gums. This is a symptom of Pjorrhea, .which afflicts four cut of five people over forty. Pyorrnca menaces, the body as ScU as the teeth. Not only do the gums recede and cause the teeth to decay, loosen arid fall the infecting Pybrrhea germs lower ths body's vital- ity and cause many serious ills. To avoid Pyorrhea, visit i our dentist frequently for tooth and gurrl tiori. "And use Forhah's For Ihe'Gunis.. Fortran's For the Gums will prevent check its progress, il used in time and used consistently. Orrlinary dcntifncea cannot do this, Forhan's will keep the jtums firm and healthy, the teeth and clean. Start using it today. If gum-shrinkage has set in, use Foihan's according to directions, and consulf a -dentist im- treatment. 3Sc and'60c tubes in Canada and U.S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to us direct and we will nail tube postpaid. CALGARY, Nov. The some what radical proposal that tha ha! nsurance board of the province b etiulred to pay indemnity for dam age to crop after ft had been cut, wa voted down-by a coiisiderablo ma iprity, at a meeting held'last cvenin in Faget between' secretaries o rural iu the province and the members of the hall 'insu ande board. This action was take only; lifter a stiff fight put up by ce L delegates from district which ha suffered from a hail slpriii in tlie la ter part of this year, much of the claimed, ha been damaged In the the had-no protRctlon. for It. The gathering also voted 'down I! proposa! to raise the InedmhUy of 1 surance under, the act trom JG, an (10 ah acrojb ?8.'Jill and an acr This proposal'was Introduced by on or, two municipal districts, but it was declared bv E H chairman of the hall Insurance that It1 would mean re-Insurance by the board at a high rate, and that re- insurance was difficult to get, the meeting 'refused to accept- the :propb sal, tie resolution having not a single vote'in. its support'.wnen tie :nioUoii 13 put r" U.S. Observes Thanksgiving NEW YOHK. U Thanksgiving Day la States. Observation ot the. United _____ ____ Ihe ilay Is general and is sinillar in form to the observation of the Canadian Thanks- giving with the family reunion and the turkey the chief features. I of the day's bounty. The Iloiso Aid (Society provided Thauksglvli'g dln- h'.ors tor them at a cost ot a At Wjjhlngton WASHINGTON. Nov. Z3 suspension ot all public business mark- ed tho observance, ot Tbanksglvlus Day iu Washington. The closing of all public offices and most ot the private Institutions and places ot, business gave the capital a holiday aspect but there were no public functions. President; Wilson planned to spent the morning on'the south portico o the White Holisewilh possibly a short drive in the afternoon. Iu the even HAIL BOARIJ HAS SURPLUS OF NEARLY HALF A MILLION jervlces, turkey dinners tor the city's 17500 juvenile wards und similar feasts tyr Inmates of hospitals, prisons other public instltullpnj, were on the program for the Ellis Island.''was, tho scene ot special "Americanization course" host to'a' few. relatives at a turkey dinner, JOVlN D.'S BENEFACTIONS HEW YORK. Nov. D a Rockefeller, has given; away5 nearl. ot{ half a billion dollars, son, John D turkey for 1600 tnimigrunls who found i Rockefeller, Jr., declared here toiilish themselves at IWft'stage ol ihair long i in what la beltored io be the firs journey to a new home. I authentic; detailed statement that ha The city also i planned to sendlever been made concerning his fatl Thanksgiving baskets to the families'er's philanthropic gifts. The whose bread winners are iu prison, (mate gilts is (nearly halt Of which has been ai Even horses on the lower east side came In for a share tributed In 1 five years, Nov. surplus of early holf a million dollars has ii-; eady been bu'.lt up. under the munj-: Ipal hail Insurance scheme, 11 was announced yesterdny by B. H. Mal- colm chairman of the hall insurance board of the province before the coii- veniion of "rural municipal. districts. Tbe total amount o! insurance-car- ried this year was J20.000.000, an iu- :rease from last year of 65 per. cent. This announcement, together with the endorsatloii .of Hon. C. R. Jlit- chell's proposal that the rural districts I: half the cost of the rural nurses system, were the features iu the closing session of tie convention In-Fagot-Hall yesterday. The neit convention will be held in Edmonton next fall. No date has been set. Wells Noted British Explorer j, "SIX YEARS IN THE JUNGLE" WESLEY HALL; ai5 P.M. 500 people st.w Uiese pictures last 'fumed away, Admission ...50 cants: 1' MRS. MatSWINEY SAILS QUBKNSTOWK, Nov. tarlel MacSwliiey, widow p< the late mayor of, Cork, Terouco Waic- ey, aad Nary MurSwluey.'tto ord mayor's sister, who are Journey- lug to tbe Uttited States to V iore tho Coiuciitteo ot investigating the Irish question, enj- barked on the steamer: CdtLo this mpriiicf. Few people' were awstre they were, sailing, FORD PAYS BIG BONUS TO HIS EMPLOYEES; 14 PER CENT. THIS YEAR DETROIT, Nov. The Ford Mo-- tor company is writ ing. bonus checks for for employees and tribution will begin on January. 1. It has also announced a'forthcoming ex- tra three per cent, for tho thr months ending December 31 on Ford Investment certificates held by the employees ol the company. Tbis Is in addition to the guarantee :of six per cent Eight per cent was paid on these certificates .on July 31, makliig 14 per cent for 1920 Christmas Sailings From Portland (Me.) Dec. 9 Dec 9 Deo 11 Ne'W York .HALIFAX New York ,Nevf York 14 Saturnla Saxonla SAXONIA Columbia Aqultanla Glasgow, Plymouth, Chorbourg, Hamburg. PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG, HAMBURG Movllle, Glasgow. Cherbourg, Southampton. MEDITERRANEAN CRUISEi 'Under the auspices of Thos. Cook Sonj American Express Co. The SS. "CARONIA" will sail 'from NEW YORK, JAN. 15th, a SEVEN WEEKS''CRUISE to the MEDiTERRANEAN and Egypt. Full "Information concernlnn Cruise and Sailings'- alter December 14th lean be secured from all agents or the Company's Office, 270 Main Street, DISTRIBUTE NAVAL PRIZE MONEY atfs FORTHE GUMS MAN GIVES WIFE GLYCERINE MIXTURE She had stomach trouble tor years After giving her simple buckthorn hark, clycerlno, etc., as mixed In Ad ier-i-KsT, her hush and says: "My wilo feola fino'nov and has gained weight It Is n wonderful atbm'ach medicine.1 acta oh'-EOTH upper and lower bowel, removing toul matter which'poisoned, stomach and- whlcl you never thought was in your ays tern: EXCEL-LBNT for gas on OTTAWA, Nov large nnm .choquea 'haye b'een 'dlstrihuted y the department of the naval Ber- fur Baral prize money to "men who have nerved'In (he RON and he R CN V R. As In many cases, how over, the addresses of the men for whom cheques have been Issued are not known, it has not heen possible to forward all the cheques and the de lartmont would he Informed of :he'address dt.'any man who Is entitl "prize money who has not been minimum service .'rerjulret to qualify .for "naval prize money is one month's servicb In any offensive armed sea-going ship of 'war hetween August 4, 1914-and November Servlco In; harbor..vessels does noi qualify for prize money.' As'the records'ot tho'memberf o the H.N.C.V.K.: division have not been received from tho mlralty, these claims cannot bo deal with for the present. t DENIES RUMOR THAT j STEEL MERGER OFF ff "V l Nov. Wplvin, president of the Dom- J inlbn .Sleel corporation, today denied rumors which .seem to have been circulated. in influ- oritial financial circles ttmt the British limpire Steel corpora tion merger would ha abandon I ed The-e rumors suggested that a merger botween the minion Steel corporation the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal company might be effected .stead. ONTARIO'S COAL SUPPLY BETTER THAN AGO Guards against appendicitis. Tho. im- TOdtles It brings out will; surprise you. J. Htslnbotham Co., dmg- gists. TORONTO, Js'pv.' t lornl coal dealers-Ontario's coal sup ply for domestic use ,1s better this au tha umn any time, during th stomach or chronic White.a sji.rnlustIs not antic u .-flitt im- atet'1 ls 'e" tnal' rlbution and conservation general! ho supply wjll be aurflclent to pveven ny actual hardship or suffering. Pre int prices range between an 20.00. Prolonged fine .autumn weathi vhlch extended until the first wee u November-was in a great measu responslblo flf the good showin made by the'Ontario coal-bin whe real winter weather was ushered i t Is estimated that at least 01 month's supply of coal was saved, Factories throughout tho provln ire fairly well supplied with bltum inous coal, WORK while you sleep" Ton are bilious, constipated, head achy, full of cold, unstrung. Your monls don't Is bad, skin Tako one or two tonight for your liver and bowels ani wake up clear, rosy cheerful. No grip Inconvenience. Children l too. 10, 26 60 cents. BERNARD KELLY bEAD WINNIPEG, B nai-d Kelly, 33 years, old, son Thomas Keliy, Winnipeg conlracti died of pneumonia at his residen here today after an Illness of four days. ANOTHE ffffflftSBfl. Sweetens tha Stomach U ttn of great suffering I from backichi, rrwumitism and lumbifo. You cm quickly Mntjt right by usldf Dr. Chan's Kidrnf-linr Fills. One pilladow. He. i iws, all Alton. Chase: ATTRACTIVE HAIR One cannot bo attractive if the Hair is dead, one whose hair bristles life and health, attracts nttontlon. To have beaiillful hair, uso Delmays ''VI' laloiic" French Hair Tonic. It makes hair fairly bristle, a beatitltul, non- sticky, perfumed hair tonic. Price n bottle. Sold by Sydney .lack- son, Prescription specialist. Pliqiiq 361. Across from Alexandra Advertisement. MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF PROSPECTIVE SCHOOL TEACHERS TORONTO, Km.. ex- amtnatlon ot prospective liubl'c school teachers Iri this city to ascertain if Ihey are physically lit before being engaged, Is recoramended by tho man- agement cOTtimlUce ot tho Toronto Hoard ot Kducatlon. At present It coals from to a year for occasional leacherj. Cuticura Talcum IB Fragrant and Very Healthful mm has received instructions to sell by Public Auction and Without-Reserve Worth of Update Dry Goods and Housefurriishings This stock has been removed to the OLD MORTEN STAND, 526 13th ST. NORTH AND BE SOLD ON SATURDAY NEXT, NOV. 21 COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK The goods are in Al condition, well assorted, and include: Flannelette, Canton Flannel, Hosiery, Gloves, Children's Toques, Dressee, Tarns, Scarf'Sets, Jerseys, Pullovers etc., Wo- men's Clojih Coats, Raincoats, Blouses, Corsets, Night Gowns, ftress Skirts and. Underskirts, Men's Suits, Raincoats, Sweaters, Wash Shirts, Underwear, Mitts and Gloves, Sox, Ties, Hals, House Furnishings include Mattresses, Coil Springs, Linoleums, Feather Pillows, Comfort- ers, etc. This is an auctioneering event of great im- portance to the public and should draw huge crowds, Evevy article offered will be sold to the highest bidder', INSTAL FILTRATION PLANT BHOCKVIIJjB, Onl., Nov. iiioh compliance wllh orders from the chief Dr. dime's ointment nul MUntyoiil provincial offlcer of hcaUh, the town t of Smith's Falls has decided (o Instal i loronS. Mrwlo I'oi'dcolf yen rocnii a nitration plant at oncf ATTEND THIS BIG SALE IT WILL PAY-YOU FRANK WADDINGTON-AUCTIONEER WILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT YOU CROCKERY AT AUCTION TOMORROW, FRIDAY AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS THERE WILL BE SOLP A CONSIGNMENT OF CROCKERY Includlps PitclierB. Bowls, Puddjug Bqwli, Jardinieres, In lots to: suit both private b.uyers and dealers Also a few of Furniture including Kitch- en Cupboard, Beds, Heaters, etc. Sate at 2.30 o'clock TERMS CASH PHONES IN8ERTED FOR 'CHECK' THE LITTLE DOG THAT WORE THE BLANKET TRADE .MARK FOR "D" THE TAILQR. BORN, JANUARY 1909; DEPART- ED THIS UFE NOVEMBER, 1920. Check a One Man Doy. __, Gentltnien of the bsst an has In this world may turn against him and ecome his enemy, HI? ion or rfsuehtcr 1hV h' has reared with frrV; vSSriSv< rul. Trroie who jrt dearest to hoi? whom we Ivlth CM? happiness and our Sood traftgra to .Jhelr'faith. The money (rmn A man'i reputat'lSp mfly' be sacrificed. In a mo- ment of aotlon. Tht ptople prone to to dd'm KQFIBP yjhen success Is with us may be the first tc throw the malice when failure eettlcs Its cloud upon our heads. The one absolute, un- tclfith friend that man can In world, the one that rjever deserts him, the pne that never proves ungrateful or treachtrous, Is his dog. of the man's dog stands by.dlifl In .prosperity and In povtrty, In health and fn slekniM. He will sleep en the cold ground, wtiere .the wintry winds blow and the drlvss fiercely, If pnly he can he near his mMter't tide, He will tho hand that has rro foed to offer, he wljl lick.the wounrfs and sores that eome In with the roughness Of the.wprld. He guardi the sleep of his pauper master as If he wars a prince. When all other frlendi desert he rewilns, When." riches take Wlnga "id reputation falls to he is as constant in.hfs loye the sun In It's journey through the heavens. If fortune drives the mnster fertn on outcast In (tic Wrld, friendless 2nd homstati, the faithful dog aakf no higher privilege that of steompanylna him ;to gaard against danger fight mtet, ind when the last scene of eames, and death the matter In tt'a and his body Is laid away In the oold ground, no matte If all other friends pursue their way, there by his (jravcslde will the noble dpo be found, hi head between his paws, eyes.sad but open In alert watchfulness, faithful and. true even death, EULOGY ON THE DOG By Senator Vest of Missouri. T THE TAILOR '.410 riKTH STREET ;