Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOURTEEN' TUG IIALLY OCTOUKH II, I'.ll'J lliges Amendments Treaty C.iving To China lo he fin. -Jtfia is SU 1'cncc sbius ltd in :JMS ;as an she m ci Ulloii cbins horscl[ ui> uu': I il' she dominates the worM. I "But the country lial ste vraulal li. Japan !s mennco mosl ttoula be our own auil tmilflmE a iur eastern ecjpirc Trfcioh unless uc carefully maintain a very brcoaie "a peril lo'Araerica" scJ "superior nivy in the Pacific tic ihrtatea liie safety of tho .TorU. tvill cono when Ihe United S Thei Tortures-Hi Dyspepsia Relieved By "Fruit-a-thes" LIPTI.C fisvs D'OE, C. B. A terrible suDervr from sfrtfi; for years. I lil .trier gas, cons Lain li-.uiUcIicsatiJ diJ not sleep wfll nt iikhl. 1'i Rally, we .-V .'IT Ic a tlie Coiiilip-rtion was corrected ar.d socii I ir.is frtV p-iin, l.fjJatrhfd an J thit m 1 IV o. 1 i n j that flcroniiuDl.-M IVipppsIi. IfoniinuiM to fruit :'.OT I .im well, -UTOQJ sud Press Rejoices However, liecauso AnJstasio is the Censorship rejoicing by ilio pros! over the death o( "Anis- as Iht censor has been called in France during Ihe war, nllrlsed Ihe first day o[ the rclurn o[ n slits _ot iuejco to Franco today. Military con- irol, not only of the press, but or all police measures for ihe control of] Movements ot travellers across Ihe frontiers as well as Inside ot Fmicc. Ihe supervision ol ports, restrictions !nn Importations 'and otLer matters vhli-U have been In tie hands ot army vasi manpower to the ttai Great Britain the safety ol bolh America her control of Canada, which iV EJaroyi' leas rigorous control than Japan LfOr Manchuria or Boston dentist. Mho charged J25 one tooth, was fined J50 floor" policy; destroying foreign com- irC2d5. inIlloriMl merce in Minchurla. ami Korea. Her [lllllre lQ this territory a fundamental- principle, lie said, was ;ln) Lhat our po s present and steady, rfilentlass aimtns: to gel matnro control ol the production md any other Is lhat our through government, might canteniplila Imakitg in any of that territory north nina- '.of Washington and east ot Chicago, "As it has been in the fast, EO it; provided .Great Britain, would per- ill be ia the future In regard to fona this work for us as cheaply as _______. lany other responsible bidder. j acceding lo tbls section ot the peace treaty the senate j carefully note isbal such a srip or 'Great Britain "wonld mean not only [to the United Stales but lo all drier I nation? ot the iroria wishing to do j business with, the United Stales." high abroad. luonilnj. but there seems la bo some doubt nhellier .thl3 practice would bo proBtable. hs.vo. during more than1 five years, acquired the habit ol retiring early and waiters are quite satisfied to have them cou- tlnuo Ihls practice as Ihe night lite of Paris does yield the same revenue as beforo the Tvar. in the Citt Churches REGINA, SAsV.. Oct. Becmsc, prices ot shoes hare intrcasBj on the women persist in loitacinE die- [average about 10D per cenl. since pre- lates ot [ancy boots and sheesr tlie rcliil prices of tic staple grades of foot- wear are boosted. The fashtor-aljli fashions and buy irar ilaj-a. 11 ivas. agreed thai tne hish cost ot Ihe ordinary styles oi footwear was tluo to' the demand amonsj TToroeii for tancy shoes. The de aoaual IhanX-otlerlng serrice of the W.3I.S. is being held in the-schoolroom ot Ihe school Tuesday TKt Ct-HAOI'N SA1T CO. A meei'.os o! Ihe session and board jo: managers will be held In'the vestry I Tuesday evening at S u'clocfe. Thursday, evening Trio T a conccrl in the church. woman can buy her fancy boots at ajdueefl was that the of carrying correspondingly lower price thin the'fancy footwear, known to the trades 'ordinary man can purchase his aver-jas "millinery" shoes, was high on ac age grade of boots; ia fact LUP pric'; "count of the greater risfc involved 1 the staple styles are raised in orn-JThc merchants slocked this grade u cr'that the prices of the fancy boots'shoes at considerable risk. During to may be elicited ihe lioarn -A------- Uiis morning in the cily hall.. Com-.jnmkc tticm par would bring ihc prices miEsioner tlarkln and cWnsil W. 'R. up bovouO-all reason and they ccull Uunn have ]usl returned from holding not be sold. Therefore, in order that; slulnes al saslatoon an! Mooso Jawic'ctaics of fashion inisht be iranacred and boots and shoes were the arUclegiio. a cruall placed oa "mH- Te Cure A Gold in One Day Take Bromo Tablets" Be sure you get the Genuine 'jLook for this signature can be secured from members V' evening the the quarterly of-' jficial board will meet in the j .parlor at S o'clock, Wednesday tfio district convention' .ci the W.M.S. will be held in the ves- i liry lisJI at '2 o'clock and at S p.m.' TUesG meeuDga are open to. ihe pnl> lie. TCbo are moH cordially ..invited lo attend. Thursday In the ladies' njrlcr at S o'clock (be monthly roeelJng- of Jhc Crashers and officers of the Simday _ school bo held. p.m., Ihe meeiing of the Scouls. Friday erenlDg, weekly choir prac- jlice. United S C.G.i.T. In hall. Wednesday of the tongrsgalipn irill attend Ihe W.M.S- pnVention In AVe'sley halt. Thursday practice. placet1, upon table.. linery." shoes, euough to) HepreseutaUves of four but.; the nrofit an the or-, on the bdx. 30c NATURE'S MIRROR L ...When a woman is well and there's a sparkle in her; eyes, a rose liuf in evidence ihat tended lo show lhat ihojdinary eratlcs bl -footwear was ____ __ out of their.nfoiiqrilon In order J Iielp carry the risk involved In thej jiarcy shoes, Tims a small profit wasi Tlpccd on the "milHncrj-" footwear ID j order that wooion might be able to' buy ihcm, but this" was made up by] the correspondingly greater profit' lhat must ol necessity bo placed on Hie- slap'.D fjrades. The silnation summed up in olhe'r words to the cf-' tec; Ibal the pot? liad to pay j mnrc for his shoes in order; t women might te in fashion audi Luy ihei? fancy a lower pro-' rorMonale pcice than.Lhc carrying oC ibis style of footwear warranted, learned that if the board of commerce a stated rale of prolil (or all grades of shoes Ihe effect TTould be (o ellnriDnte'-Lhe "millinery" .Hylea from martel and'lhe result .Mould be standardization.ot styles of Ifothvr.ir, r'.'iisoc'for tills waa ifirit ]it n rate ot profit was flied for all CONVENTION 4 Toe sixth district convention of the Lslbbridge and Macleod districts of he Women's Missionary Society of he Methodist Church opens tomorrow n Wesley hall and promises lo be en The public Is cordially Invited fo Join In ser- "Tuesday's Pregram Devotional and Mrs. .McllTcna. t MJnutt'3 of the last convention- MTE, Meclcqd. and election of officers Eritish Coiuiiibia Woman Speaks Plainly. Wessage lo to Every out. Those who narc fjund n-'lief arc the people who -wrLnt all siiffcicrg to knovr what Ihcy gained fr6Q their experience. Mrs. B. AlTaUcK, of B.C., frritoa, praifing Gin far Ihc ici- mcdialc icUef "girtn 'aplcnrlid Pills. Mrs. Wallers "I sdvise people who have not used Gin Pills to try Ihem. I have been tronljlcd for years with weak tidaoya, and one of Qin Pills cnred me. I rccomracr'l tbsm aa AD absolute and reliable care." is so very sericms thai, at thn first sign of pz'in 10 or baci. treatment rrilh Oin Pills sliould begin. Thf- duly si Ihc kidacjs ia to cleanse ttc blood. If weak or Irjactivc, uric nnd other poiioiji anil flre crirrio'l to the joints nn-1 muscles, causing inflammation, rheumatism, scinlien, DC ural pi a, lyinb.ipo, r on slant hcad- before Ihc cjCs, or ttAnc in hind-' der, gnnrral debility STIL! If you hnvc nny of get. Cin J'Jlis at onrr. Krr-e sample TQ- fjoreii. At o." "Or a boi. Monrij lefnfi'lcd if not Tho Xiliocal Urjg i Lrnomicnl Co. of Cinaria, I-imilrcl, Vnilrl Addrr-M, Xa-Dru-CVj Inc., i'J- Main St., BuiTalo, Love coma to every woman Tvho Ixiunding hut when she ia piilliii, dull eyed, languid, she has no magncliita nor does she appeal to'dny man. Such a change in (celinga ,iuj looks! eufiiringpttiD, fcc-ISng'ner- dizzyj dragged down by weaknesEcs of her sex eyes sunken, black ciicles and pale cheeks such a Tfoman ia quickly restored to health by Ihc I'syorile PrCacriptionof Dr.Picrce. CJiflnged, loo, in. looks, for after lating Dr. .Picrto'a Favorite Pre- icriptipn the sHii becomes clear, tht eyes brighter, (he cheek.? It is purely vegetable, J contains no alcohol. I brilggists sell it in tablets or. j liquid. Bond Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, y.'Y.., IQc for trial package. district organ and Miss Dawson. Paper. "Our New Study Book am >low lo Get Ihe Most Out ol Lewis. Lethbridge. Janet Mcllvena, Paper, "the Consecrated Hodglns, United church, Hound Table UFT'OFF CORNS New Fall and Winter Needs you go around the slore tliere is splendid stocks and wonderfully help- ful values. There is a certain excellence of merchandise, there are coiilcsies of attention, prompt service, all imparting a feeling of pleasure and salis! is a big new store with big new stocks of the wanted goods all plann> give you values that are outstanding and tlxe reach o[ all. cliori. It I out to Dresses of Distinction Slore tailored dresses in gcorgDlLe, crepe me sergo, IrlcoUno unJ all Jersey, aTtd Ihcy M'iintvi] and wanted models. Dresses I walk, to shop, (o 50 to the iinilhicc and lo iiiup Ihougjit out for Informal calls or that An curly Inspection is suggested and we arc iaslie In saying EO. PRICED FROM to Krcnch in Ilio lilvh to day flltlius- We Are Showing New Cloth Skirts This Introducing ourFurDept. This year Miladl Js col ''Shall I have liul iostead, "Just wbnt L'fod and style fur shall I Our depart me lit. of furs displays all the popular aa as mnuy of.Ihe rare pelts; a.wido ranga of artlslically design- ed and priced hioricralcly. Your selection of n becoming, beautiful piece should therefore be a stniplo matter. Net Gknfe Carcfalls' drcsi uien arc jn selecting ilicir hres. Witft our largUock o[ gloves iu silhifl, mocha, chamoi A t c; you will lind alovc for your need only for yourselc't a compleiL? range for childrca's -re Warm Winter Goats Values Tnat Are Exceptiona And they're as out of Ihe ordinary In appearance as tLey are in value. CoaLi lha; n -yill slip on w'th pritie and "pleasure the happy consciousness that she is Loth irell aai suitably rtrcsscfl. Styles were never smart- er than (his season and you find OUR SELECTION LARGE AND VARIED featuring the newest models from Uie Leal maters aii'l always reasonable In price. Mrs. .Vorman. (1) Tta Influence of the Woman's Society In tie Church-- Iron Springs. (2) My personal re sensibility to r Wiggings. Taber, (3) -Methods-of developing leaders Lefller, Coaldale. (A) The secret of success in Mis- sion Band (b) our women for service, tinder three heads, "Spirit- "Practical" and C. K. CrasS' Lethbridgt, Piano Miss Dagmar "Cliriatlan Mra. Westcolle, United church. Question Lewis, Mac leod. lo 8 I'.M, S.p.ni, Chairman C, B.Cragg; Dovollorial K. Hod Missionary 'Rirls -Jleport of-tlic board meeting in To .Calgary- -Claude' Jlughcs, f er, to Oospcl Derangement of Itldncvs or UadJrr of s'jaes rrterchani could not offorrt lo carry fancy atylgs ag liis be loo-Email fnr the risk involved. Tae dealing in'fancy styles ol shoes -vas only made poailble to- day by (he fact tli.it the prolil on the staple grades was r report Ion ale ly realcr ihan was necessary to carry grades and the, excels prolil crdlnarj- shoes was applied to tho j fancy slyles irhfcl: ircrc.Uius brought J within the rcacQ of the woman ol; CaTaary Findings CALGARY, Orl. staic-j TWfiit made by manager] [hr; Archie McKillop fihoo business, i to c-ffcr.t lhat some years ago1' rie had delected a boot and shoe re- tailer in tho cily selling Eome of lijsj stork alioul n pftiril of tent. and. that :is a conseiuenco, Iia Inrt been cut olf from the firm's roll- ing list, was (he Ecnaallon during the' jiuornlng hcarinR ot Ihe cost ol liTlnc! inqniif ll.o local iiiiTii riMnrnrt U'TC ol the of commerce. Press-! WIIH HNuhKo K-r- Hynn for tbcnameof thiai 111111 U-hoJeeaier. Mr. Marl ft that hJJ __________. tilril viih to flivulEo Iho mnn'-Jl r.p.me and expressed the opinion thatl -is far as he knew tbe dealer.wnv fharjsinp the scmu me oih-l ?r.t al (he present time. Mr. Ryan for an answer and the rtecla- If.n wag left with the ftub-cammlsslon- or, Duncan Klewarl. JFr. Stewart dl'I )t clematirt that the witness answer hfs question before tbo hearing od- Joumcd at noon. In his statement ahoul 'his case of profiteering, the ihat he had fmtncd- lately struck this euatomcr off the list and would not sell him goods on any basis, fash or other wise. Later he staled thai ho would lake the same action In any where lie fouM Ihft public being rob bed, During the courae of Phone 1251 Doesn't hurt a bit and cosls only ccnLs Juil drop a little Freezonc on loucliy corn, Jnglantly il '.ben you lift the corn off with Ihe. lingers..Truly 1 No.hnniVug'. Frcezone! YoUP.dniEKiBt aells a liny nnUio'ftir. a to' rid ycljr. fect.of pfsrf. hard ttorn, roin, or corn the calluses wilhciui ono nl or. irritnllpri. Krcczone IP Ihc'dlRf-xjvcry o( noted ClndnhaM llor> of Mr. Mnrlcs, Mr Ryan etaled thai It had corner-to the notice o! Ihe tominlarlon that one firm had hough.1 from lioiise (or] libout SMQ and jelalled them for The whncsi paid cci'flln EUlfcl thai 5Hcli -.uitfi not true. He io AvdliUl ftat olf such' B nonsldcrcd Hint ilftr hla line of a Mtafin. Ho, howcrer. ex- Madams A, Larhiera of Fall Mass., -fufferc-l with ccicma threa nod had treatment from Kvtral all of -Thorn up thp efltfi, zho "I wrat to a BpeciMiat, vrhict coat mo another 920, Lut 1 v.as nd belter, -frl-ind aJTUftd me lo Zani'Dukj irhich I and: for wlilch I haT8 STCT Binw Leon ih'flnk- 'fol.r I fery won Ml'Mmi relief, And rcrEeveranco vritfi Xara-Bult j rid mo o( ttiO discaic." Mr. 0. Oatlcy of B-JikMoon, vrlio n terrible cat. OB Ma leg, SAJB: "Hid I kncn-n of Znm-Buk wbcn ihc accident cotild feaTo ra7-d raj-BoH n'MO doctor'a Will A ilotlor np tho .cut and for fire .wcckij bat I lift wotinu dErl not ho 'Adiisca mo lo RO into'a hMpilnl. oTijcctccT, fiowcTcrj antt used Zam-Bnt ond in two, TTecka' bark rit "1'nlhor fltTcIopecl ft paiafal KOTO Ofl hL) TTf3lf3 MlM N. Lcnis of Silver Oregon. "Jiuriicroua rt-mcdlcs and treat- ment from EC-CM! doctors lo ntnl it, rind Ilio doctor ndriscd nn ration. Someone, advised lilra lo fisit trj Zam-Buk. A few rditf, pnd continued rso of Jfnm-Ilafc cnd'rcly tho .IOTC, father an l for Toioalo.ffli in- lirll MI.