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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiFFOUR THE M3THBRTCGE DAH.V-HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER She DAILY. AND. WEEKLY Pnprleteii and Publishers THE LETHBRtDCE HERALD PRINTING LIMITED tK Street' teihbridse W. A. anil :V 'Miatier Audit Burcij ol Circu-atlons Subscririiiu Dtllr delivered. vu; by [DR-1, per ytar by .-jail, ti-r jr.onttt 4.2J Dvl by mall, 3 -.c11 .We- by wail, per ysar.....1 i1-' fli't- by wall, pr-i1 year to U.S. boys. In these cases the cars aud responsibility ure more often thuu tiot lefi to others, and these otters bare undertaken the "burdens" ol tome parents, with. the laudable en- deavor to direct the steps of the boys of today wilh a due regard to the I future of the manhood of ihe country. These efforts are beneficial where they EUpplenieut the Influence of the home, and they further all a void iii ike caso of those who at? without aad do get the essential homo training- Tiio men arc so engaged are true Of these tliere are mauy in ..i boys' welfare societies. iho Club has conic to swell Oie roll these benefactors to humanity of in: present of thn fyluro. Tfee activities of Boys' Work Com- mittees' which now form a part of Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS every Kolary Club have- met with good i results. In lhe provinces What territorial additions hare been made So Cniace through the wart Who is the Klus of Greece? 3. How many Armenians were mas- sacred duriog the war? 4. What is Yuso-Slavift! 0. What is its capital, and who Is the ruler? What has become of tbe kingdom o( Monteuegro? Ihere- has been mucli activity display- ed in this form nf svecifil service and Ihe reports in results obtained 1 are oncourajing. lu imr owe city a I complete survev has Lseii taken 'of MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. was tho real name the author of "Alice In 2. What is tho origin of "Yankee Doodle came to own upon his little pony, Stuck a feather lu his cap and called il 3. What Is Machiavcllism? 4. Who called himself Hercules tie Second? 5. Why Is the greyhound so-called? 6. What was Mahomet's dove? THt OPERATORS AND ALBERTA COAL .-Tho findings of Mr. McCall, Ihe'mutually eichanged wilh boys' or- powcr engineer for tiiu i-it> years a- member ot the sloff ot the Hudson'.i Bay company in Edmonton, and now resident near Salisbury, Eng- land.. The gilt Is a copy ot the Shakes- peare Tercentenary Memorial volume, specially bound-for presentation arid stamped In gjlt with the seal of fin University ot Alhertn, The compiled four years ago on the oc-j caslbn of-the tribulea to Shjikcspeare from m pens and many: lands. Coaldale Men Buy Land And Lots, Vauxhall (From Our Oivo Correspondent) VAUXHALL, Oct. week sees many fresh arrivals in the dis irlct, aud the Canada Land Irrlg? :iou company report that irrigated and sales are very brisk. The follow- ng names appear among the more re- cent purchasers of farms: li..JJ. Mulr. of Calgary: Mesdaross and 1'ostlewaite, ot Redcllffe, Alia.: Gordon Mulr. Cliiny, Alia.; Dr. 'orlstlne. ot Aden, John M. Me- Mllsler, ot Eyebrow, Sask.; Jllss H. M. Kuapp aud Mr'ssre. Bpwlby and Fergus, of Coaldale, Alia. Tho Jailor gentlemen have each pur chased two separate larhiB, the four pieces comprising a lotal area ot (K HCres. and In adOitiou Mr. Bowlby has aken up two business lots lu the IOWB- slte. It is very gratifying to nole ItJ copfidence these two successful Coaldale farmers are placing in our iew district. H. H. Beiinett and J. S. Mejncr, ot Idaho Palls, were herb recently look- 'nig over tho project with Mr. J. W. McLanei'tbe 'company's land agenl. People from across the line are uecoin- ng very interested in irrigated lands up here, and we feel sure that these gentlemen will carry back with them a ;lowltg report of the wohdertul pro- Sress we are jriaklng arid the oppor- tunllles for successful .Investment, POCKET STILL IS LATEST INVENTION ASHBVILLB, N. pocket still is the latest device 'captured by federal prohibition officers. Agents working out of tho local o01 ce, recently cap- lured, such a miniature'. still uear Saluda. The.whole outfit was so small lhe officers put it in their :iiocketa and .-brought it to the city for exhibition pur- purposes. The 'officers called It is of about one table-glass capacity and manufactured an article for home consumption. Hwas said by offlcers thai the still was complete to the smallest detail. STEAMER ASHORE. proseoatioaj for the Liquor Commission, Saskatchewan and formerly HALIFAX, Oct. American Shipping Board steamer Dasaan Is ashore at Trcpassey harbnr. New- foundland. The steamer struck on Sunday night today the Canadian government fiteamqr 'Lady Lanricr made an unsuccessful attempt to float her. Make Your Decision MASON RISCH A piano ia for a decldo" without careful Investigation. We''glad- ly welcome comparison, and arc euro you'll.say with us: "There's none better than .1 M. R., no matter what you Style Booklet frco lo any ad- dress. Aak us for it. "Thi Balmoraj Bloch Homo of tha Vlctrola" with him and II is they will oc- j bl.ock. I Principal Longman, of the school of abundantly needed. Bui in the process of this every Uiought for the "boys" who wore fighting, the young lad who has come lo the 'teen was natur- ally left wlthmit that close care which othcnvlsb wjuld have been Fiirthei1, In many cnsss the were absent on patriotic duty. Wo read in a Toronto dispatch, appeared In our Issue of Mon- day, ot a district In Saskatchewan j where a minlsler, who spent tliree j there, found ho wag figuratively j lhe whole district wilh nn area of 18 by 15 miles. However, j BOH for n fow days" HOLDING WHEAT agriculture, spent the week end with hlo family in Mrs. man nnd tho shortly up their rcsWenco in the attractive {From Our Own Correspondent.) KTZIKOM, Ool. Mrs. .A, West he intends to spend tho fall and win- Mrs. Bishop has gone lo Calgary for he winter. Mr. and Mrs. Steetfiold were visitors hero visiting his hs says', thai through lhe utilization of modern eoltlcinont mcilhods con- siderable advancement had been made in tbc five years, Tho problem of educating Iho for- which i eigner In English problem given, j berta aa much as In Saskatchc-i has Mrs. Cp.sdy fiport Monday at Doon-, dale visiting with Mra. Bart Collier. I the school. N. Mftcdell, teacher, Is now privileged to students for tlie Toronto of Music cianiinationi, .and (i' en- deavoring lo secure.enough candidates to make Itajmond'an examination centre. C. W. Stone, chplr master at the first ward, la IcachlnE n chorus of eighty voices composed of boya find Tills to iio faced and solved. Trio example Is now nought to bo'remedied by jot the Polish student shown Hie Im- agcndea and .Indtvldualn. It le a painful admission to linvo tlon for the foiefgn b to be made, but stern experience jun- port.incc of making provision In cduca- orn. It is a Blacks and did considerable nnd tho KoMnson boys sued through the new pound law. The caso was thrown out. Sinro Iho price In wliont Iws drop- n ujutiicru Buyui f isor of tho Raymond acbooU, who Ja doinn In that eapadlV. PETER BREEN, PIONEER LAWYER, DIES IN BUTTE t. i- 11 "ol nn'x lhfh I" Ibc-re ia not near soonuc'li i IKiTTE oct 3--Peter llreen onenf the belief, lhat there is a lack but to the country il.clf, lo which i coming, in. i i pionnef feyoT .Mr. llayficr baa rolnniKl home ami" member of the fo'nsiUulion the measure It should be, of par- total responsibility In regard to their encouragement if lent Ly iho caraor of Ixiiila Nieraciyk. Ms his I the winter. cpTlvon- In to tgwn for.liott In Helena 31 of tvaart failure here Saturday afternoon, 'Simply Indispensable" this Minllobn Molher. Mrs. T, FothergiH, of Hidge Parm, Dousrnaa Ilivcr, cEiiltften M col, "bniljed. or bntnl, i( t Imply indiirwn- I cnl my wthl (be doeior Uif d stiichinl U, bet i: wi.nlJ no) Zam-RuV soon I hare >ho found y.aoi-liak eicellerit for fifes, Hfal SfcSr. Iriilsiion." "Ourtldeit bar reccnlly unbilled n naiijf I he mi (fit ere. Hut tho Inj'ntT df J 11, reXularty U with ard MT hmbind alwayi cairfrs Mm on ihf him, prepared ttrt One cured him rjf a ooiV'V of ihonld know !Mi -link." Fcf rcttrrU, Ab- rdinjfjr ZAHUK for Quick, Clean Healing. Burn, crippling Ulcer, or 1 .ftldn'Prseise iilean a visit to.your doclor's.surRery.: can'-'noyir' iinitrdriicd' by safely, qtiiokly, nnd successfully in-yotifjtnyn hoind..', Lord Lister's famous nhliscplic hcAlidg revolutionised the science of Surgery. Tlicir inlrodiictian into the liornc by Xnm-Iink IIEIS brouglit nru- mid iintncnsc potsibilitiec. in seUftrcalmcn.i of evcrychy iu.uirits nmi tkin sores. I3nk represents :i biglily concentrated conibinalion of rard herbal c.ilracts, unprecedented in liicii sAolliingJica'ling, and gertniclilal power. Tclally different in lo faltv OintmenlS nnd salves, Xnm-Buk is also innnciKtirnbly superior to them in having a threefold acliun on the skin. FIKST, Zam-13uk is instantly foothing where there is pain, irritation, or inflammation. it purifies' (lie tissues, Ifills harmful germs, and ends all danger' of ,1 cut or wound becoming festered or poisoned. nhen tlie injured or diseased surface been thus antisrpllcally cleansed, Xnin-liuk protrioics tlie speedy growlh of hcallliy skin. ZartHhik, easily llie safest and most''reliable sltin remedy on (lie inatlisl should hava ils place in every Canadian home. It's often described as "A Surgery in a Two-Inch IJox." CfjlH no iM c rrfn'rcftl M iiU'rf. BOX sump tfot [i> ;