Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, NQVEMIJEll W TUB LETHBPJDGE D.'vltTHEKALD PAGE NINE British Houses Of Parliament Closed To Public Action .Taken Following Infor- mation From About Sirin Fein Operations LONDON, Nov. public gal- Icrlet of the house of commons WOULD ESTABLISH MINIMUM WAGE BOARD 1N.ALTA. CALGAKV. .Nov. permanent minimum wage board for Alberta whlcli wci'Jd Cis schedules ot mini' mum wage: for different classe of business from tirao to' !lmcy similar to the board Jn -will be recommended to 'tho- provliiclal 'gov- ernment, by'tbo mlQltuuin wage'com- mission which bold eittlugs .reccntlv ibrough-the province." proaches. to the. houses of parliament gua'rde'd by eitra police as a pre- caution against'possible' untoward'In- cidents, following the disclosure'.of an alleged vSliin Fein conspiracy .for operations in England. Speaker Lowiher'stated in the cbm- nsons, In answer to a question, that he had ordereJ the galleries closed as a result of Inforihatloti he had 'received chief .commissioner toaafc The latent Sinp.i'eia developments In England w f re discussed- ai an ..im- portant conference this afternoon''at No. -JO poR-riing'Street, the' ofliclol "of Uoyd George, be- tween., menibers i of .ithe governmsnt and organiialions. iftcfujled the premier, Winstdn .Spencer. ChTIrchill, secretary for'war; 'Sir Hainar- secretary' for 'Ireland; Speak'cr' Low- thcr, speaker house of com- mons. nnd'the heads of tbe metropol- itan police and .Scotland Yards.- Tho'closing of the public galleries ot-the'.house of commons .followed this, meeting. Officers Lives Threatened LONDONDERRY Nov cum her ol mill La r; officers here hate re- wived.'typewritten 'documents threat- ening them fate .similar to that suffered b> the British murdered In tKey leave' Ireland. The milltary. fprcfjs are (aklng precautlonB to protect the threatened officorp' ASSISTANT- POSTMASTER OTTAWA civil ser Tics the pro motlou-of.F. from prin clpal post office clerk to assistant postmaster, at Saskatoon, Sask. Must Be Effected For This Reason TORONTO, Nov. uulon ontlnues to be a matter of. absorbing ubl'.c interest and the local situation rows' ever more was the Atemeiit of Rev. J. Arnup, assistant ccretary of Ucth'odlBt Home Missions Just returned from a tour of le west. present conditions-tile ques- .bn is looked upon, as a life or death ssue for the church in many a.Hmail' rairie town. Local- unions increase n 'all sides. "Unless Ihe prospect of early organ- c union can be soon revived, it wcjtild ecm'as if nothing can prevent the ormatlon of a new denomination In he west. At least it'will include all he present local churches and many more. 'Some observers, however, freely predict-that of rejectlpn f. union aa a nation-wide' measure, ricttcally the whole of Protestantism n the prairie will break existing de bihmallonal, relationship and be wept into union.wlth a type of organ zation suited to western needs. FOR TIRED SCHOOL CHILDREN -Often, children ,conic back lira from school A cup ot hot Bovril "When they come lin refreshes them arid enables them to digest their din ner A growing child needs nourish ing food Especially between the ages of 1 and 12'when the first teeth arc teing replaced by the per mane n growth Meats often disgust them Af this period Bovrli Is eitremeljr use- ful GIvo Boirll in milk or in sandwich ns a Frequentl; children who would usually refuse ti touch i, hash, or ea 4tjit a spoonful or .two i.as been r_______________ s 1 ELECTRIC WELDING In ourVshpp has reached its lilgli- est'sfalo nnd we guiiranicc rpouHa .acliievctl by our Bpo uiifslB Welding of metals under our supervision produces genuine economies by ivoidfng repHcomont of parts delays etc" Lawford AVc'ding Coi 409 2ND AVE (Opp Lethbrjdje Hotel) STORY CONTEST ENDS CHS DEC. 10 The Lethbridge. Herald .Story Competition closes on December the 10th. Until that date contestants can send in their stories, but it must be distinctly understood that all stones received after .the 10th' of December "must be barred from ifi'ordei to carry out the rules announced at the-beginning.: Already a number of the stories have reached the Herald. There is still plenty "of time to prepare a story.- If you have fieiaye-tl your atten- tion upon it how and see that it is in the' possession of the Herald by: the "lOtli of Farmers' Candidate Wins in East Elgin! lethodist: leader Says Union IMPERIAL OIL DENIES Brand Jam is as old-fashioned as its name "We haven't tried to improve the old-fash- ioned home-made way to cooking it in small kettles so the heat reach'es it evenly. unfavored fresh strawberry abso- Canners B. C. Ltd HEAD OFFICE- VANCOUVER, B. c. BALAKOVITCH'TROOPS BEATEN Russian ovlet forces-.operating against Gen' eral Balakovltch -at tlib head of antl tolshevik forces-which remained. la he.field after llie Kuisc-Fdl'sb arui- slice; have pushed tbe remnants pi he Balaltovitch-; troops Into tKe marsh 'district northwest ol Jozyr, it was announced in official statementc from Moscow, re- ceived today. The'pursuit re :reatiag Insurgents IB continuing. To Be Troubled With Constipation Cause of Many If you do not feel well and go your famils' physician, one of the things be will do .Ms ask you to hold out your tongue. 'The reason for thjs is that the condition'of .Ihe tongue shows, the of the'stomach and bowelff If you allow your bowels lo become constipated jou hJllolia (at tacliB, tsick headaches, coated tongue foul breath heartburn bj etc and those troublesome pi which cause so much annoyance ate misery. f? Keep your .bowels .moving, regular 1> autl >ou VfOn t be sick, In L.axa-Liver., Pills ypi will find jiist the-remedy you-requjf for They nre nurel; vegetable and: do not gripn, or, sickeii. Box Hall fax, two years suffered 'with1'constipation, licoul not get-anything'to cure an> hardly anything would giro me eve: temporary relief. One day.my uncl induced .me to try Mil burn's Laxa Lirer Tilts, and'cyan brought nil TlaK I tried them without muc faHb; but found they wore do ing ..me. good, and. after using the sec ohd vial "TeUev6u: of my trou hie '.Milbum's liaxa-Liver' Pills.are a-vial-at'alt-dealers, or mailed.dlrec oil _ receipt .Of price by'The T. Ml hum Co Limited Toronto Ont Advt. Had An Annoying Hacking Cong' Got No Rest At Night iUdilng coughs are nearm on' the system Tho constant cotigl Foe Broth IteJIna, Thl foal was eight Jnontlis oil! ajd was an. eas) winner in a class of ten In grade coast plac-e here went to thS. Hereford grade rnpli offDonble Sensation; ownei by llie Unl- _______ land crossbred SUfcrs height iDrinkwater Sasft won second with n earthquake! the white steer Snowball who was elieveu to have confrred 900 in in hn cjass 3t the Brandon orth of Seattle in Norticrn Bri'Ish'Sprfng BovJ calve? competition First olumbia or on the Alasl an v as'recorded on "the Eclsmognum ho Universltv of Washington bore Jversits of Nebraska There were 50 eginning at 12 10 this morning and' steels m this class In tho pure bred ontlmiing until 124' Ihe siiock Shorthorn fat clai e Albcita got hich was uU to have been ot mod i eighth 7-lth Alberta Supreme in a rate intensity reached its minimum o( 97 m the class of 2o 12 1C and 12 21 ,at Aberdeen-rAnAs, with Fugene ofl fyVilloiv clashes in 1Mamtoba On'ano are in ory at >esteraaV rnTrn been placed registered in earthnuake tha who as master' In the orijlnal suit brought the'trustees'of the Chris- tian Science Society against the board of directors of the church, sustained the plaintiffs in their main cpntentiona Since the litigation began In March, assumed various phases through intervening suits, but broadly speaking.: the ottatanding Luue Is whether the authority of the board of directors-of the Chrittisn Science Church over the trustees of the publishing society the Christian Science t other church periodicals. Judge Dodge NO TRACE VET OF MISSING BARGE Nov. mes- sage to the Associated Press' from the nary radio station North Head re- ported that at o'clock this mo rains, there was nothing further concerning the missing barge J. Plrrle, which has been, missing :'-since; the severe othera AouU bensit aba, of Utters hate been ritttn iaj tbe of tiia i aeatoua Hm i To Whom it maj to eefiily that I kad beea i for three vretkj witi T and .was advised to. trj Broacfcitii MixtUTc. bottle ud after tho third dm I M- ceired relief, and i was perfectly ttm aLov3 no baaitation in it MS} 'recedr I erer ckme'ia ecatiet vHK .for eaUi and M. Htrdiif." T Drah Co Tonmto I this tutlaomel mar W. K BueVIey, Limited, 143 St., Toroato. Tiaa nixtatt, f .thonsandi o! Canadian 'hoi vill pve jcn lure relief, fait can: ii that itaide betweeB joa ud Misst to healtk. no en fte bottle with the Aelc your drujgigt ilj f H SOLO IN BY.THE-. f STOKES DRUG'CO. FRENCH, SOCIALISTS VOTE! TO THIRD The enrlhquike rcrorled from Chi ago and Se-U'le i having lacs earl> this inornmg is recorded n tho instrument at-Gonzalei ob-1 K .t cnatory as commeni-ing at 12 OS 'AR1S NoT of _m and continuing fwS'O ,the llr'fied Secialftt Jgderajion ol tne i If places ml 400 mles away at Kodiak Island Ol adhes on to the third Inter Alutlan Archipelago X jnationale Tho wts earned by' ti majority of 11 oOO Another motion j t Introduced br Jean Longuet leader of I the niinonty rolling for j adhecion with repcmtions obtained i onl> 000 T I a result'of the main vote 58 dele- gates'froni go. to the na- tional cougress Socialist njrty pledged to Inter- ft reliend mtna tjrt liter is arquscd to letmty by the o! Or Chases Kidney i Itrer-Piflt i Ono pill a 25c i hot, all dealers j Eh-. Chafes AUCTION TONIGHT THE SALE OF DRY GOODS at the OLD MORDEN STAND 526 13TH ST. NORTH Will he continued at BEIHQ SECURED BY BUY. ER6 YOU CERTAINLY OJUOHT TO BE-THERE. STATE SAYS DIVOBCE OP MARY PICKFORD OBTAINED Nev Nor nents began In here esterdaj lo quash the suit ihe state ilefl to set aside the bruited o Mahr ftckford Moore, rtfss plckford lias married Douglag Fairbanks since her 'divorce was ranted-in March, and in the state's was referred to as Gladys M Moore Knowr as Mrs Douglas Fairbanks. The proceedings today did lot go'inlo -the merits of ths i.-dvcrsy.as raised hi- the stale.-name-1 y that Marj Plckfofd s divorce de cree was secured as.a.result of fraud! and. through coaliliM between .her-1 ielf and Owen Moore Lawjere on! both sides idmittcd that no matter i what tfie courts riillnt, the case will he carried to supreme court BRITISH LOSE OUT TO'U S TRADE ITH OVERSEAS DOMINIONS lOVnON NOT A-5 soclatet: liobert Home, presiclenv of IJo rd of Trade speaking at-Manchester, said, that ho did not believe tint the prpEcnt ilump ia Irado would'bo ot lo g duration but prices must conic down The proportion of goods which the domW Ions icpehcd from Gren lintiln siid Sir Robert wis less now than before wdr The JJhlted States Ind got into (he colonial markets BntaiH the minister m-inlalnel, should do evi'rithlrig to iccover the fiillest moo uro pf its traie with the grfit dominions It was aUo not go Ing to do an> gopd to siy Wo, won t Irade with because pf the char acler of the. government Britain mint trade (here soonir ot liter ind it was no good naillnr claimed Koberl SOUS NOW LIKE URUGUAY GOVERNMENT WINNER IH MONTbVl Uruguay oV 29 Llcctlon returns Indicate Ihe govern ment party has scored a, triumph throughout the conJUry1; obtaining Itfo P09t3 on tho-nallWal Administrative .council, on will one. fclnclloii-day. passed Qinetly, BUoH MEN lAKE CUT IN Mother Doesn't Him For He is All Right .Sipcc Taking Slice Tailjac QaS liWpcd mv Son BO ni.6li 110 one per me to iauHJuh? efso In Its si'd MHl M Hi'limonS 319 Vcrnon DrHe soll lames !For two uas ill a badly tile v.-ul M Ills arfan pdoV he Fardlv ciltnq: Jo koop him itp He voi ntTvoOTistfiii rcsltess; never slcn' MI" t6mplaincd of tired AvliBri Tie got up in the morning. "fly 'father liad always lieen a great believer in roots anil herbs, and when I. Icnrnerl thr.l Tanlar, was made of them hthcnghl pf ing It lo him, but persuaded io give him nil- mcjitim, instead, none o( whicili did lifm any good. -'y "I-'inalfy n friend of riifuo told mo of how much good Tanlac had done WAGES I'itl.VCB ALIlKH'l'. Nov. 29. t'there, r.ro rroro.men BecUnt; ybfk In N'orlhefn S.iskalchc- now than there joba' foV and a.1? a lura- bof. operators and camp; contractors have, cut wajns from In ?23.00 a month. 'Thn.htwli are now prnc- filled for the nesMii. -I her so I got 'Jamps a 'bottle and lie is just like a.different b6y since ho slatted faking it. It given him a wonderful ho sleeps fine and gets nr every; morning fceilni< and al! throu'sji. the day'he Is lull ct life and energy. I hftre quit svorryliie. about, lid henlth now, for i i an .ace ha (3. pH right ami 1 am certainly gratsful lo Tanlac for wliat It las done for a-' 'i'nnlao fs sold in by Illalnhiitliflin ft Co., Mmltcd, nr DEBENTURES Alberta School Districts DEBEKTURES TO Yield High M 8 cent The amount of the jbsues ran ft6m to and up. aie'no'commissions of any kind chargeable to purchaser., The tei m of these bonds is usually or They beat' interest at the late 9! 8 per cent per annum, payable by. coupon yearly an instalment'of the; principal. 7 The issues aie authorized by the Board of Public Utility Com- missioneis aftei investigating the finances of the school dis- ,tnct, and the funds'iaised aie expended on school build- ings and equipment for educational purposes on approval of the Minister of Education. J tf They are recorded-in the Department of Education. V All the assets of the School District, comprising from to acres of- land, protect you in this investment. i i These are high class securities with high interest return, N'< No investment safer or better. Ask your Banker. These Debentures may be mu-chased through the Department of Education or through any recognized bank or bond house in the Province of Alberta. Address all communications toADeputy Minister of Education. HON. GEO. P. SMITH, Minister .of Education. J, T. ROSS, Deputy Minister of Education, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta.