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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAIJ) SATURDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1920 ENGOSH LANGUAGE GETS PLACE SIN SERBIAN SCHOOLS; SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS AND MATERIALS German language is Being Ue- Eager for School Building at wai, cUein are without .window nance, bc'ailiE. desfcs, books and ma writlue; malurlal. So great is the shortage of-teachers OtllVUI D.--. -r' laud the luflui of uupllsitat the (orui Destroyed and leachers Kill- er haye to work from dawn until niiht, ed by Bulgarians. iking.Ihefr classes In "relays." ISEUiRAUE. Serbia, Sept. 25 English being introduced throushcui the schools of Serbia. It Is jiov: made a compulsory subject In llic normal schools. The first courses In English, which were inaugurate'! in lloljrade 3. vear-ajo under aa Anier- jc'an teacher, Dr. James Chi- cago, have yielded sach eicelleiil re- sults that the Eovenimeul has-de- clOt-d to mate the iariguase a'part o! the cirlcula o( all schools. dominating language ol the Serbians, npart from "their na- tive tongue, has been German. The Germans were quIcH to seo the ad ranlases of their laug a incans" o( acquainting the EcSool children with the ways and (UstoDiB the German pjeople. The pupils vc-re given little chance o( ac quiring the.--tilings that-go to make up the life and culture of Anglo- Saxon civilization. A Tery large proportion ot Serhia's school teachers were killed In the -war, 800 having died uurlng the BuV garim occupation. Scores of school hulldinga were destroyed, and most -of the' schoolhooES printed In the Serb- ian language deliberately confis; cated and burned by tie Bulfars. Even Bibles-mre carried off, the ob- ject of tho Bulgarians being to. dis- place ali books in tlie Serbian lang- uage wllli publlc-itions'ln; their pwti tongue. NotwithslandlDB.thess disaslers, out of 2100 schools in Serbia, nearly have.TeoT.ened. 'So grent'lB tlio thirst that It is a-comnioh'tiiirii "for chUdreU'iTj'.'Qie countrj- districts-' to-leave, before-dayhreak jud walk (or Esjeral not' re.tufnlii'g home Will Ihe oTenmBoiThe EChooI bundings, diving lo'the ratasfs BMIOSIAGE; Julia Arthur's- Husband Had Fortune Onct Julia Anhar. the liiost notable (Igurea o! toa Amarlcan stage some twenty years aso, and of ilenjamin Pierce Cheney, once rat- ed as one of.Boston's .wealthiest men, finds herself forced to- return to the stage ns tterresnlt or reiems In her hisbduil's buslncu Her return to Ike tootllfhti li expected thls'fiii.'-''.'' hieastltBe Is Boaion auclion room prosiwctiM hujers eiamln- ing personal dri (reasurea, fmnlturc and'knick-knackB which once fornieh ed Jniia Arthur's palatial hosa Calf, bland In Boston Harbor, to be sold to tie hinhect bidders. 7n 1D17 Cheney mada aa aaalgnment. Mr. falhar, founder of the Unltc'J states and Canada Kipref s Companj-.rieftr son. JIO.OOO.OOO Young .Cheney married MIM Arthur In 1S9S and at his request she quit the stage.1 TheyJiTed quletlr In their Is- land home-coming ul) to the Parker lloute each .winter. He prospered in 1 biisine'Esi7hlS fortune at Its height he-! .H.' .ot .the Mitchell Advocate; has 'purchued-iU contem- Ihfe-' Recorder. W.-D. k H. Tho 'lectlou lime !a drawing near No shouts of Candidates we heir IVj they Laug back because of fear O1AV, D. UH..I Some UT tis time a chinee were rando, city stiff U overpaid, And other charges mir be lali W, D. U H. _.'--. heir lot of H- 0. laXo a clorer ram to ten, II chsjiga were made, vs'd do u veil AJ W. D. L. IL We knoir he's been there untie a time To moTe.bJm now.would seem a crime. I you thlni you're dolne Hue, Eh, V. D. K H.T (or fon litre ought to be Someone. IP Ehov the world we're free To make- a change In big tfereo 01 W. D. U H. mi-Worship "Produce yoiir.Tntn And In the'rlni; I'll throw ray tarn, gat nuueh like batt'rlnf Says W. U H. K "I'oi Dot afraid to (an the crowd, My record's It I'm proud And If I do talk rather I'm W. D. Tai rate may bo rather high; And for (he good old days we Qlch, Bui better times' are drawing nigh Says W. D.'L. H. "Bnt Just now. Sirs, ire need someone To hold the reins I done, A cew man might the whole irorkj eum" Not W. D: "In three more.Vears thlnes may not So lad; aud money may be free, But In the meantime lean on me" Cries W. D. L. H. V'- And tio' sometimes a change Is sood, I think It's fairly .understood He's done as well aa any could Has W. D. L. H. So lei hlm.haTB another term. ThirjEs.rnay take on a better turn A hMf.maujcimld a whole lot leapt From W. TV H. WILL TAKE TEN YEARS TO WIPE OUT TYPHUS Oct. Mall) ilajor Charles E. S. Websler, o( IMhlebem, Pa., hna arrived lu War- saw from Armenia to direct tue ot tho American Red Cross on rot- und's Staowu cases of typhus. Webster made a special study bl sanitation and diseases (or Ike Amer- ican government mission la Armenia. "It will Uko 10 years at the present rale of Dr. Webster eald, "to wipe. 0141 typhus la Poland., The fover has become-epl'lpinfc' .through sis ycard of almost continuous fight- lug. We. musj havo dlslnfoctatitn, clean linen, aud clothing In great quautlUes If Vi'e''ere to make any Im- pression, against thf. scourge." HOG CHOLERA OUTBREAK HAMILTON', Ont., :bcl. The outbreak of hog cholera In Wenuvorili county is not so serious as at first re- ported and It was stated last night that the federal Inspector} of the let- iuerary general's department had the. situation well In L There is genuine and unmistakeablc ijpleasure in its dauly use. Green Try a packet from your grocer, lor J but be sure U's "Salada" "WET" VOTERS Voted "Dry" In Misiake and Then Wanted to Vote Again Incident'at Champion- (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CHAMPION, OcL cllT ouncll flare decided; to put rtqwn flTO ore concrete- street .which DOES it mate a difference to Kave the right hosiery on your feet? Dta it? The same and after the shape, color, softncis, 'That's Penmans. Then to have that feeling of being well-groom- ed, buy yoiu- hosiery by rUme Penmans, N. B. Prnmans go longer without darning, HOSIERY for MEN "THE. STANDARD ff KXCELLEficr." will bo a ally .in muddy weather. Very little tntorcsf uas displayed n votlnr. on ffnal count.beinit.80 dry'-and Con- rarr to eipeeUtkraij tho ladles-did not tnm out u Btronj is iriseipect- id. Owing to coma confusion :orer the a lot ot the Tfets.ToUd.-'-'dry." After discovering tome :t the boys'endeavored to .Tote a sain )ut so. On Tuesday evening a large nnm- ier of .friend! of Mr..and Sirs: Frank lardlsty to farm home, 6 IT Ing thorn, a surprise- Tlsll irevloua to tbelr departure for Spo- ;ana on Mr. and Mrs- Hardlaly are- among the piiaesrs ot this district, coming here tn 1905, and remaining Mrs: Har- dlsty hag been particularlr actirc- In the .-welfare of the an active "member of "tde Ladies' In- Btltnlc, of which organization ehb -was several times president and'ft capable worker. The evening, was: sient at cards and social conversation. Re- freshments wera served it a latq hour, following which'Mrs.. J. N. Bejmbier, on behalf of thdao 'present presented Mrs. Hardlsty with a hcautlfiil. club Da; as a lolfen of friendship ancilanpre- clatlon ,bf her Hie among us, assuring them of the high', esteem In'which they were held, tho deep regret at Uielr departure and -the' warm- wel rome which will await them _should they return lo their-'.'former "Where tho west, Mrs. Hap dlsty responded suitably and: after singing, "Qoil bo Trlth you till we meet again." Farewells and good wishes Tfere spoken and tho fgusats departed. Among Mr. and Mrs, a. T. StolUrdl 3. Hnrp- er, 0. F. Smllh, Wirv Ulrlch. P. IT. Maynard, n. S. Ilond. J. D. Mcbougal, 0. H. Marks. Smith, Corliss-llakor, D. Chamberlain. Mcsdamca T.'c. Al- coch, J. N. BcaiiHcr, J. S. Collins, C. A. Orr, A. S. llobcrta, C. McLean, W. C. >'ry. W. A. Schullc, C. Uonar. Mr. 11. C, Hardtily and Jlr. rtlsty. The goTCrnmcnl bridge sarie tiavo starter! operatlims on two one thrcs miles east of town a'ad Hie other about nix miles east. .Tlie" bridges were badly needed, oil ones being washed out last spring. Mr. Qco. Bwingier led on Tuesday to accept a position on tho P.'Ji: demonstration farm at Rlrathtnore, Mr. and.Mrs, 0. Kilwards and fam- ily left for Vlclorlij B. C., on Monday night. Mrs. W. A. Matluofc left for Keattle to attend tlifi funeral of hr.r father. MwManbart iud llio mlsforlline to have his hcnd crushed between two grain wagons whllo unloading wheat at the Purity elevator. At first It wan thought hla-sknll' waa frnctureil but a later report thiil his brain was not anil ho In to be pro- grossing favorably. The Injured man was uncoupling a "trail" wagon from Ilio lead wagoH wtitn the horses back- ed mi ami bis head uclwcM tho two Dr. Freebe was'lm- medlately colled and liad tao'.victim removed to hJs home. Tho Ladies' Institute held very successful dance on Tuesday, Octob- er 26th. 'A. laree crowd beta; present- Lunch was served and everybody re- ported a food .time. "Moorhnuae" or cheEtra supplied the music. Mr. A. Sheppard, c former resident here, returned this mornlne; and Is looking.up old friends. Mr. Al Bunting, formerly of the Xa tlonal here, is visiting.- "Bun iy" Is just recovering from :a sick spell up. The curling cluh held a'meeting on Monday evening and a. lot of w6rk WAG done and plans made for the com- ing season. A number of new'mem- hers have signified their wHlingncsi to become members. The coming, sea Champion holds the eilrer cup am Is doing all keep. 11 here ADVANCE ThJE PRICE ST. Qct St. Catharines Standard ''aiinonnce yesterday that on and after. Novembi 1, tho price of the Standard will b three cenU a copy Instead pi two cenl as at present. The most fascinatingly fragrant and healthful of powder perfumes for the skin. Antiseptic, prophy- lactic, deodorizing and refreshing, it an ideal face, skin, baby and dust- ing powder. It soothes and cools, is convenient and economical and' takes the place of ether perfumes for the skin. Splendid after bathing with Cuticura Soap; A few grains sufficient ConiLvipf at Ccrtloira to tnd purify, Cwicsra Oir.bnnt to (Mike tnd scYlen. and Cu to powder fctw fttlume, prompt rnsaUaln Am mtrv lr ciin lin Dmx St., JU A'. a am gelling; worse time." !jour. suppose it Jor after any-little wciterhent I 'am sure to have a sleepless tught, and I do'riot know anylhinj rnuch than tossing in bed, .-'Do you hive s'. often, more especially after don't Chase's Food? _That is'whathe'arly for nervous -r'.'i don't know just why, unless because1 I'.: Kave a dread of Inking any drug that enough to produce sleep." "But, my dear; Dr. Chase's Nerve Food; not produce sleep in that'Way. It'is only after using it for a time arid-after the restora-, tive influence is felt by Ihe nerves that -you 'makes .the blood rich r6-, ytoa vQuri.riieals and entirely fre -.i'V i f-'rnbst terribly Tyfie'n-.licannot and then so tjred V '_- Dr. Chase's .Nerve a: box -all 'dealers, or Edmanson, Bales Co., Ltd. On every box of the'genuine-ir. .the portrait and signature of A. M.D., thefamous', SNOW-CAPPEU MOUNTAINS EVERGREEN FORESTS INLAND in the Great Pacific Northwest offer to the, people of the Prairie Provinces an Ideal holiday, kit entire change from their, borne surroundings, .-1 1'AKB A YAOATION raia WINTER IN BRITISH'i -_x-. AND'WASKINGTON It will restore your nerves, renew your health, jive you new vigor, and prolong your life Your money cannol buy anything better than this. The; amount necessary Is eo ridiculously small for [tic benefits derived. You will meet many of your friends, ind renew acquaintances with those who have now made the Pacific Northwest their permanent home. Write for illustrated booklet to Herbert Cuthbert, Executive Secretary. Pacific Norlhwst urisl Association, maintained by Government funds-L, C. Smith Building, ;