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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i OCTOBER 19, 1920 THE IJAILY HERALD KIN TROUBLE IN tin. Vaughan, Wife of Return- ed Man Arrested on Ser- ious Charge The Spokesman Revltw hit printed an item to. the eflect that Rose Yaughan, supposed to have been frost Lethbrldge, has been arrested In Spokane'on a charge of entering tho United Status for Immoral purposes. According to Uw American news- paper Mrs. wut from Leth- brldge about a yeir ago with P. H. Llnpy. The article contliws to tell iow -Mr. Vaughan lo war and in the meantime, his wife met Mr. Lippy. When tha husband returned he refus- ed to lire with wife and Mr. Llnpy. and Mrs. Vaughan lit out for Spokane with Sirs. Yaughau'a two children, Mrs. got mixed up w.ith the law bad her. two chil- dren taken ol her huidi by Juveaile court officlKli." At that time she swore tho children not related to her. An investigation satisfied tho officials that the woman was lying and when she confronted with Inform- ation, the ij alleged to have, admitted it. According to the newspaper Mrs. Vaughan then gave her name as Mn. Llppy and Ahe- hu not been divorced from her Lethbridge husband. Local police officials cannot recall ever baring dealings with Mrs. Vaughan. Later Information secured by the Herald Is .to the effect that JOB Vaughan, husband of the woman rested In Spokane, was formerly a, barber In Cardsiou, and thai his par- ents now In North LeUtbrldge. He went as a member ol the 115th Istlibrldgo Highlanders. returned tad in Lethbridf e a year ago, bintlac before H. R, H. the prince at Uw smoker given la tha royal boner on October 2nd at the G. W. V. A. .club, Is aow in London, Eng., where he hai a singing engagement at the Hlppo- diome. J. PAGE G. W. V. A. Dance A DANCE WILL BE HELD IN THE G. W.V. A. AUDITORIUM ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH INVITATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM SOCIAL COMMITTEE OR BY PHONING 372. EXCELLENT MUSIC WILL BE .REFRESH- DANCE FLOOR'IN THE CITY. HALLOWEE'N DANCE SIKOKOTOKI CHAPTER, I. 0. D; E., I rnrr ?o 13, 11J4" Man Shot at Border in Whiskey Smuggling Case Was Veteran body the late Victor Ilyberg, who wis toot by Corporal Hale of the A-P.l'., and over tho possession of which for Ibs purpose of holding an inquest there bad been some ditpute. tbe American authorities claiming Iks', ha was an American cltiien. has been handed over to his parents, farm- ers of Denton la the Carstalr's district, who-weat across .to Montaua tbe body lay and Identified It as that of their son. The parents claim that the Victor ttyberg was a Canadian citizen and that, he went ;iritn the Fighting Tenth. He MB Bald to always been quiet and well conducted but that he became restless after he returned and fell in with'a''gang bootleggers In Sweet The body is now in Fetterly's under taking parlors. An inquest was to bare been held tbii mofntag but was postponed to Wednesday at 10 a- Tbe parents are highly respcctable_and hardworking people.-, lii addition to their' lato. son there are aiiolher son and four daughters living. pas reciprocated by Kemmlch, who lulled out 5135, saying ho would do iVoAYtse. Waking ui> suddenly in tha early hours of the morning. Kemuiick noticed Blanchard stealing out of tha room with a bundln of clothes, which as he discovered also contained his .PolussJ Blaucbard appeared beforo Magistrate Invlu'oh Tuesday morning and was sentenced to four months with hard labor. Hal, two from British Columbia and sixteen from Saskatchewan. In the women's department three housekeepers were hired, two cooks 'and two house maids. i WAIT UNTIL AFTER Plenty, of Jobs for Harvesters When They Get Through in Fields Although the- fa'rm labor situation Ip the Lethbridge district is being sup- plied through the Lethbridge branch of, the provincial government employ- ment bureau the bush and mine de- mand is going light. At tho close of the past week three "hundred and forty Vacancies were oa the books of Iba bureau 'for mine and bush work. and twenty-eight men w'ere through this bureau dur- past week. They Included fire fahn laborers, twenty-eight for thresh-j Ing gangs, two sheep herders, one car-t litnlerj one cook, twenty-three bitsh-i man; rtwenty-crie miners, two mlno raftchlne! men and one helper, two' chute loaders nnd two lumber packers, two 'Jail guards and two teamsters.! B'esldes these sis secured casual lab-j or and two men came In from Mcdicino j THE U. S, ELECTIONS t WASHINGTON, Oct. tions between tha United States state depaitraent and the Japanese embassy j regarding the proposed anti-Japanese land legislation IttiOUitarnia; been temporarily d.isccii'Jo.ugd 'anij will not brreauni.ad.until 'slier tbo" November si act Ions In wblcU tba foruia people v.'Hl tQle oa Ibq liod legislation. V.' WHY BALD? The nunqber of mea today, who are becoming bald i3 appalling and a greet deal is the fault of tha person themselves. It anything goes wrong with any of their organs, they take medicine, cut the hair Is negJocSed. The French' Hair Tonic, Delmays Vltaleae" will prevent the hair from falling out, feeds tho .roots, gites strea sth and life. Price per bottle. Sold in Lethbridgo by Sydney Jackson, Proscription Specialist, Phone 3G4, .across from Alexandra Advertisement. Special Music and Special Ser- mons in Several of ihe Churches MASONIC HALL Tickets Orchestra. K.of P. Building; UNDER AUSPICES OF THE GOOD FELLOWS'CLUB TONIGHT, TUESDAY EVE, OCT. 19 DANCING FROM 9 TO 1 CANNONEERS' JAZZ BAND Double 25c BIG IN WIEGAND'S BARN, COMMERCE THURSDAY EVE., OCT 21 .On, this date the farmers of the Northern Irdgation District will vote the deben- tures for the construction of their big system, an act which wili make history for Southern Alberta. Come out and help us celebrate. RUNNING'S ORCHESTRA Per Couple, Including RefreihmenU Thanksgiving services "wore held, in most of tho Lethbrldge churches on- Sunday. The escuption was in the United church where Rev. Mr. Jones is preaching a series of sermons ou Revolutions. Captain A. H. Deaoon, in Knox Presbyterian church preach- ed on "0 qive Thanks to The Psnlm 107 J, In the morning. Aiv propriato music was rendered at both' services. Ho referred to the origin of Thanks- giving and ffavo reasons people ohould bo thankful today. Ho gate reasons should bo thankful an a nation aiid as Individuals. No spec-' dccqratiuiis adorned the church. No announcement was made as lo the Forward Movement campaign. A dot inlte slatement is expected to be made l next Sunday when full returns will bor in. i At Wesley church the choir ed special "music. The Church was seasonably decorated arouml the plat- form, vegetables, leaves and grain bev Ing used. Hcv. Mr. Craig, during tho evening services, lo Jni- press upon tho members of. hie 'con-' gregatiou that Christ Is He referred to the parable of-tho ladder leading to hedv.en arid of. the. angels walking up nnd down It. At. St. Augustin's nev. Gore Bar- row held, thanksgiving services, both morning and evening. He celebrated tbe 100th anniversary of tho landing of Hov. John West at Port Garry which occurred on October 20. 1S20. This was the start of the Anglican' church In the west. During the afternoon a special Sun- day school service was hold. Frank Wnkley, of Noblcford was the special speaker as welt as the rector. St. Mary's like St. Augustin's cele- brated the landing of tho first Angli- can missionary in Fort Garry fn Thanksgiving services along this were held at both services, when spe- j c-iwl muait: was rendered, Next sun: day will be children's day, n At Iho Baptist cliurch Rev. Jlr. Da- too spoke generally on Thanksgiving at both services. For the evening ser< vlco the church was crowded and sncr clal muolc was'rendered by the cfioir at both the morning and evening ser- vices. Only the regular services were ield at' St. Patrick's. Healthy teeth cannot live in diseased tissue. Gums .tainted with Pyorrhea arc dangerously diseased. For not only the teeth are affected, but Pyorrhea germs seep into the body, lower its -Vitality, and cause many ills. Pyprrhea begins with tender arid bleeding the gums recede, :.ths teeth decay, loosen and fall out, ;or must be extracted to rid tha system ol the poisonous germs that breed in pockets about them. Four out of five people over forty have ;this But you need not ,have'it' Visit your dentist often for, and gum inspection. And keep [.Pyorrhea away by using Forhan's For the Forlian's For The Gums will prevent check its used in traie and used consistently. dentifrices cannot do this. .Fprhan'a keeps jibe gums hard and healthy, the teMH'wnite and clean. If .you have tender or bleeding gums, "start using it today. -If gum-shrinkace .has already set Forhan's accord- ing lo directions, and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment. in Canada and "U.b.. If.your oruisist cannot supply ycy, send price to us direct we wifi mail tube postpaid. SlEff'S New Kind of Confidence Tricli Fails When Pal WoTce Up The "confidence" trick was used with some by Pomssl Blanch- avd on hla companion, George Kemt mick, but with results that bo did not exactly bargain for. The pair were wnrhlng on a threshing outfit in Sas- katchewan and catne to Lothbridgo with the proceeds of their labor, elect- ing to stfty in the! Arlington Hotel, both .occupying tho name bod, As'thiy laid tnelr heads on the pillows Blanch- arcl out a roll of "This is what I am going to my pillow." This show of con- Adcnco on tho part of hlj comrade SHOOTS MON6TER EAOLE- A, Ijnautlful upeciment of tho gohlcn-hcudpd black was shot at King's Lake, south of Skiff, on Monday, by T, Owens and brought Into (htf city. The bird was shot while over A bunch of shcop, It 7 feet 6 in. across tho wings from Up lo lip. 6 Stops, Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. A. few cents buyg VDanderino." Al- ter an application of "Danrtprlne." you ran not find a fallon or any (landrulf, tvcry hnlr Bhow.i new llfo, vigor, brlghtnoss, more color and thickness. DYEJGHT Buy only "Diamond Dyes' x Kach fuckace pf "Diamond contains directions so shnplo that any woman can diamond-dye worn, shabby sklrtj, wnisti, rtrcsecs, coats, gloves, rtraporlos. ovory- thing, whether Wool, linen, cotton or mixed foods, new, rich, fadeless colors. Have druggist show you "DIa- nipad Dyes Color Card." Have It Day Get a can of Quaker Brand Strawberry Jam Serve least once a day, It's delightful fresh- ness and delicate flavor remind you forcibly of the old-fashioned conn- tiy-niade.jain. same exact- Dominion Cahners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. Haven't You Tried Thetn Yet? Then You Don't Know What You're Missing! NATIONAL MAID BREAD WHITE BROWN RAISIN They Taste Better Because They're Baked Differently. idge National System of Baking, Ltd. .407 BTH ST, SOUTH I-oft to right: Arthur Friedham, one of Iho world's greatest planlits and teachers, recognised "tho" greatest Interpreter of Liszt; lialfe Leech Sterner, celebrated voice teacher nnd critic, president ol the New York School of Music nnd Arts; Leo M. Coombs, graduate of the New York School of and Arts, After taking a Post-Graduate course at trie New York School of Music Arts this summer Mr. Coombs was awarded the final and full Teachers'; Diplorik, which is "the only .one granted by thisMnstitution to a Canadian graduate." During his stay in New York Mr. Coombs appeared in several successful, conceits singing excerpts froin the known grand operas, among thein were "Celecte Aida" and "Morir si pura belle" from Verdi's master- and "Spirto Gentil" in Donizetti's; "La Favorita" and from "Faust" by Gounod the aria "Salve dirriora caata e pui'a" and "E lucevan le "Tosca" by Puccina, and others. A Few Words from Promln-nt New York.Mtaiclans Mr. Leo M. Coombs has corapleled the Teachers Conrte'. In night-reading, car training, musical dictation, etc., with me. I have found him to ho a' splendid, efficient student. His work-for mo has been Exceptionally satisfactory. (Signed) LEILA COOKE YALE, Supervisor of Munlo In tho New York Public Schools, It gives mo pleasure to testify lo Iho conscientiousness and desiro for nrogrces and Improvement In the methods of study and leaching shown by Mr. Loo M, Coomljs during hla association with Ins ns n eliidenl of piano and pedagogy. Thotte arc qualities which make for thoroughness In teaching and. the ability to meet any ol'.uutlnn and deal with all teaching problems successfully. (Signed) FRANK HOWARD WARNER, Comnosor, p'cnlsf. and lencher. Inslruclor In Piano, Oman (ind I'edagosy, Now York School of Mualq and Arts. Having asiocinlcd I.'o M. Coombs both In a personal and professional way, f ftad.'Min'to a man of iihilliv unrl poreonalily. 111? knoTlciigc and of tho ho follows Is Inrlcod !Ih good nature and liflellt disposition Is also a big nsset'to hlra In hls'vi'ork. (Signed) HENRY E. MER8HON, Assistant Voicu Tuachcv at tho Kevf York 8cnool of Music and Arts. Mr, Leo M. Coomba hiis lokon u courzft at this fnfltitutlon tills summer, receiving tho Teachers Diploma. This Is Mr. Coombs' second visit lo lha school, here ftvo years nKO. On Ihlg recent visit Mr. Coombs brought with him tiyq of hla assistant teachers who also took tho course In piano and voice. Mr. Coombs is thoroughly qualified to loach tho method 6? voice nnd piano as given at this school and we him very highly to all those (leilrlng'i.9 voice nnd piano au'dffl- dent teacher. i During Mr. Coombs' stay in Iho school ha was of valuable assistance to me inasmuch ns hp assisted my pupils In their work, many of them teachers (iitrnsolvos. OF MUSIC AND ARTS, (Signed) Ralfq Leech Sterner, Director, i'fjif v t ;