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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1919 TIIK LETHDRIDGK OATLY HEUAUD. Grafting at Glands is Possible if Ccrlain Prejud- ices Overcome PA1IIS. Oct. Voronorr, who can posipoua old BEO by C rat 1: HE Interstltlcal glands, pplnls out In nn article In Iho Journal today (hat internal secretion of glands such us the- thyroid nnd supraronil contlnuo nliyo for thrco hours aflcr Iho death of 'tbo body and therefore cdvocatea that bodies ol VOUTIE ami healthy per- sons killed hi aceklent. should bo rushed to special hospitals, whcro pat- Jcnts are suffering from curable icala- dLcs. He (ho grafting glands could bu groupcdtind put In cold ngo where they clhi be- Vept Indefinite- V Dr. Voron- off, "prejudices mid law now prevent this. Our secular customs require that ciur perishable bodlea bo consigned to iho earth where use- lessly aro consumed." MORE SENATE TREATY LO3T Oct. The last or the fali, amend- ments'Lo tho .peice treaty da- Blined to curtail the power ol the American representative on tbe teptrations committee were voted down today by Lbo jenale. There wai no roll on either of the two nmsndmenlH, their cupporlera conceding tbeir defeat and not 4 asking for Uie ayes anil oaes. WESTERN OFFICERS REMAIN IN BRITAIN LONDON. Oct. to Can- Tha Prince Inspects olllcfcrE. students and sailors at KsquimaU. (From Our Own BOW ISLAN'D. Ocl. Ladles' Aid o( iho United church rufct with' Associated fallow-JMra. A. llollo last Thursday aMer- Ing, vrcslcni arc gazetted noon, jNe Iiart of the llrao was In Ihc British Isles; F. Mullens, Captains K. R. Williams, Hinhoba' regiment; K'oiuerill, Alberta regi- ment; Lieulenariig Hurt, L. C. H. M. Roberts, A. J. Ju- PATTERSON-BELL HAY GRAIN "CO. Offer excellent Green Oat Straw. Fine for wintering hordes and Bat- tle. Shipped under government free freight to your town, very cheap. f horiy door to Telegraph office, over the Union Dank. Do II now.! 2GO fi spool socially, liu-n iollowed the iusl- acss meeting. As the president'baa gonfl and there was no vice-presi- dent present, Mrs.'IS. Still Ir'mlly the chair tor the meeting, while Mrs. C. H. IJell atlod as secretary. K.was decided Ue Lous, Calvary, nn elocutionist, graduate from Boston, should La engaged to a program here on the Gtli of Xovember or near that dale. 1L is platincii to organize W.ILM. Society In connection with the church lierc, and the Ladles' Aid ivas r.sked If Ility were willing to give up every alternate meeting (Jay to Die Missionary Society, but in the Qb- scncb of officers it was. thought best uTleave that lor the next meeting to decide: A committee of, Lvro members ;.ONLY TABLETS MARKED- '''BAYER" -ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without Hie "Bayer Cross" "For CoUs, Pain, Xcuml- pin, Knrarlifi. nnd _for lisni. Sciatica, >.cu- package which conlnina coinplolc dl- Then you getting; Teal llie genuine jttpiriti pr tr.kc A.'-plrin marked %rtth thcfscnb-M by Tiliysiciann over nine- "Cnycf'' or You cro not lakingjtccn Now nmdo--in.' CnnaiTa. nl nil. i Handy tilt containing 12 lab- Arccjit xinly 'Tlaycr Talilcla 'cf lets cost n. few cents. an "Bayer" I also Ecll larger Thcro ia czs Yon rmsfr sir I'Baycj" Asrl.-lT! !a Iht mirk (re chirred 1n Cnnnda) ot Eavrr MArmfnclnra o( Mono- nr'lk.'-icldcstcr of VThlM It It that- Asplrl-i mcana Dayer mar.uracloic, to r.'il'L llio rut'ln nsslnst the Tnblcli ol Compaor will lio ctamiiid Ittir central Irado markc, Lho "Uaycr Crgas." Don't Cough at Night Don't let tfcat irrilating ticlding in lha throat keep you coughing most of the night. Don't let it during the day. Stop it Sold by all good Druggists It breaks up the cold heals thi inflamed membranes of the throat relicvesjioolhcsj cures. It'i wondcfM how much heller even n few dojcs will mulct you (eel Ihe even children like it. Keep a bollle olwayi in Ihc htMie. None Genuine cicept in n Red Package bearing ihl irade- jmaik Na-Dru-Co. IT Naliaaal Drug Compiny 0( Canada, limited THE BIG BOX j LIQUIDS and (dark brown) Shoes- KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT SHOE POLISHES "ar of HIP Aiil uera the act- ing president lo .uok after Ihb Pres- liyterlan clmrcli and whtn Lboy saw whero anything needed re- pairs, elc.r lo br'ug the miller before entire Aid Soclely to be acted upon. At the tx' tbe business I lie j meeting adjourned lo meet on the I 23rd ftl Mrs. K. A. the social-part oJ the afternoon UBS re- eumed and the hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. D. Whitney, termed dalnly re-_ f resume tils. Those present Mcs- dames Polllt, Whllncr, Nevcra, M. Schonerl, II. Schoncrt, Henderson, Murray, Still, Hard, Husb.worth and and Rev. V. M. Gilbert and II. SchoncrL The ladles' Aid or SI. Michael's church held lue annual [owl supper to the basement or the church on Satur- day evening and also bad a bazaar. There was n large crowd present to enjoy the UEua! gooil dinner supplied by the ladies atid the hazaar was well patronized. H was expected that R U. F. A. peaker would be preserit to address lose present, but he was not there. 'Oil Thanksgiving Day our school rmcTpal, accompanied tho Ecouts and .rtets on a bike lOi and ack. AUer having partaken ot their inner played games for a while nd after a rest they made the return -The concert mkerLised by the "Vi'om n's Insftute to lake place on Thanks jiving night was a success In every vfcy. Mr. Hlllis, o: Medicine Hal, was ntroduceu by Mrs. F, W.'Taylor, and arc Ibe openlog number. The Tol owing arc spine ol IluAtlSag in Sly "When Ange- nn, Jones Caiuc Swinging Down Ihe Politicians' (Xo words 'ust a caricature of. their motions in i- decided Llic com stall llddle, bow Lo mako it, and acL'ng of ;lie litlle cduntrj- dance, in IJiis selcc Ion Mrs. Mllroy accompanied him ot .he plapo. Miss Shaw gave two voca numbers and each, time gave anothci n response lo hearty applause. Mis: Smith, D[ Hal, sang a ind also responded with1 an'encore She also gave-a piano solo, ivbich wa enjoyed by all, while Mrs. Milroy an Miss Mason gave a splendid pTnn duet, anil "we must' not forget Orel Oelrum, who saiig "Mary, To Are the Girl lor Me" EO irell and who encored came back and sang (he chpni daintily tripping along on the pi a Toiin. Then, too, Mr. W. F. Hende son, a Dow Island favorite, gavo EelccElon In his usual pltfas'ng sty and also was hearlily'eccoTcd, nnd r spondcd with another-selection. Jlr. Howilcn, who nlso Is a favorite music-love re, Rave one selection and won great applause. Fourteen glrla dressed In white, wearing colored bowa and1 sashes, eanjj two folk songs, Mies Mason' play-ng the' rnano while they were giving1 each number.1 The gross proceeds were over which will net the society o neat sum which la needed. Tlie Institute meets In tho rest room on Saturday It Is tbe regu- lar'monthly meeting and It la hoped tu a large attendance. Mr' Jlobsoo, who bought out Iho M. J. Hrophy Block ot dry goods, boots nnd groccrleE, is now quite busy. Harris, formerly ol liio Mtrcantlle- Co. store, Is assisting him. j Another business firm hag changed' hands here, Mr. J. Kurd (the Mow Island Mercantile Co.) has sold his enllro clock of Xdry- goods, Tjoolg. and shoes, hardware nnd groceries to Mr. Smith, of Iho Olobc Wlnnl fred, and already tho new firm la running Iho busmen Mr. Oliver, of Ihc Globo store, we undcraland, have charge ol Islanil store. The IX O. Lodge mcl for rc-gu lar mccUiig In tho I.O.O.F. ball oh Tticsdny night, I TUC U.K.A. ore having a cnrd parly ami cTanco in tho l.O'.O.F. liall on Hal low'c'cn night, Octohcr 3UI. Tho Cnmp J'lre (llrl.'j have secured MV.'llaip'n's building at Iho corner o' Ilcrbcr'alrect and will now. use It as their hcadquarlerg, Young People's Soclely .was or-. gantzcd on Sunday night after ser- vice. Tho following officers worb clcclctl: President, Mr.1 Boucher; vlcc-presldcnl, Mr, llalcman; secre-- lary, Miss trenaureK Fulton. Tho meeting of the soci- belfl In Iho SI, Anrtrcw's: church Hits ovtnlnR and will be.of ft social nature. The feed oats thai hare hfeen brouiht' In by- carloads for the farmers aro causing quilo A. stir ot the farmers urn thorn ground crc they lake Ihcm out lo Ihclr The Anglican ladles' Aid mcel with Mrs. Duffy I 'Mr. L. who .'carries such a Marge nssorlrr-'ril of blgh-clftsa tlolli- Ing fcr men nnd boys. Is putting on i pnlc which will last several days. Sal o commences on Saturday mopilng! Mr, tins secured n position with Mr. Swcnnnmson and la prepared lo do nil hinds of Llnsmilhlng, pluTnh- and gns-rltllng, V The.public school utaff (g yesterday, VbTille Ihere they called on the Winnlfred leacheii Tho matfiTno for Bale by the Ited Crois Society has been sold, ond according" to motion of that so- ciety, Ihe mogey Is to be given to Iho Women's Institute lo he used for re- let wort Jn our locality. Sanlhi'bf Hal. li j anxious to'form a music- class here." She was qul.le Euccessful with' her former TVB undersland. x Mrs. Bruce's millinery parlors have been renovated thoroughly and Dow Island has one o! Lhe cheeriest rest rooms lo be Just come and eco lor yourself. Always comfortable. A splendid place to drop in lo get warm when you ol your car after a drive In country. When .there is a pound law, why will ibc'r-stocK to run out and Irqubl'e llielr ueighhorsT Not BLUE RIBBON TEA The best tea packed in Canada, can be bought for 60c per pound all are 50 thoughtful kind as iwas Mrs. .Macponald, who, ivlicn IveB beloDgiiig to a neighbor, Mr. reen, bad repjalcdiy gone Into whal tie green teed Ibe MacDonaldj had r thfclr own stock, she went over and v r v v told Mrs. Green, rather than them Into pound and cause expense, lloir-ever, words between the women ended iu woree and. aa a sequel to It Mrs. MacDonald tfnd to appear in court last Thursday afternoon In answer to a charge by Mrs. Green. P. J. La Marsh. J.P., heard the case and as Mrs. MacDonald happened to be on tier neighbor's land when the IOWT look place, she was lined and., costs. Miss S- who formerly was in the post office here, but now spent the holiday (ha -guest ol Mrs. K. Willmot. Mr. Pippin, of spent the past (ew days lu town. Mr. Hopkins hag. rented hia properly and ho with Mrs. Hopkins and Hazel arc'roovlnE to Nelson, B.C.' Mr. and'Mrs. mills, of Medicine Hat, were guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, IGL Arc., on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. Jas. Monda, of Medicine Hat, IE spending some time with his Mr. Geo. Ralph Stone spent Uia holiday Llndquisl.lias gone Lo Cres-ton, D.C-, BS has Also Ilenzel -Mr. and'I.Irs. W. K. Henderson were Medicine Hal vlBltors on Saturday, go-Ing Sorry to. report that there la no Improvement In Mr. Herbert state. He Is very low at llrae of writing. .Kansas City there Kere 350 applications for divorce ia one day. A II Begin with the Boys HE glorious victories of Drake arid Nelson were destined to be the foundatipn of our Empire and the guarantee of the freedom' of the seas, which makes possible the vast international trade of Britain and her Dominions. And yet when Drake and Nelson chose the sea as their life- work, who was there to know what the overwhelming conse- quences of their decisio'n? ,r- Today, if you have any question in yoiir mind as to whether you should support the work.of the Boys' Naval Brigades, study the matter with an eye to the future. Get clearly in mind the tremendous importance of Canadian products reaching foreign markets, which can only bo assured by the building of a [greatv Canadian Mercantile Fleet, manned with Canadian Seamen! p. We may build ships by the if we Cannot man them ourselves our position is still economically unsound. If we do not train Canadian lads to man our merchant we shall be left behind in tne race for export markers shall have missed the greatest opportunity for trade expansion in all.history I What will YOU do to help come Canadian boy who is anxious to learn seamanship, and so be of the greatest service to his country r Let your contribution tto the-fund be a worthy answer. Help them by giving f Aim of the NAVY LEAGUE X-; OF CANADA tt tm'tliasltf eitorinnHitt and ristn- Mililks m Ikt at. 'to rikt fadi il" Mief of tar.) mtrcliant ttanen, Injured la 'iki '-war, mdfor tlttaidnls tf Ikon vkt.mtrt HIM. To. .maMetn kemti ia our tortt, -J'o train fa ran for our mtrchtmt stiitii fa tie ortonisatim if Boys Naval BritaJei, Tttrm 11. RH. THE PRINCE OF VMLX5 COMMODORE XMIUUZ JARV15 for 950O.Q ;ober 32223 CAMPAIGN COMM1HEE FOR THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PRESIDENT, P, BURNS SECRETARY, J, A. IRVINE HEADQUARTERS, CALQARV, ALBERTA ;