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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FMK TtlK LEIHBHilHifc UA1L.T APhii, a, my F1MEMK AlaiVEDENIS SiROFWS ,1 Hiwuilfis yiauuc Resting Place of .Causa-1 uunouuced tonij; Dead-French Prfes om i opposed V Vimy Proposal PiHIS. Leon Trench press, in- that-the French government'intended as sift to Canada the Vimy Hiueo. with great enthusiasm' war effort. La Liborte .Trriles as follows: "Vimy ts indeed the tpot where j rsliaru troOBi of the Dominion haie flc quired au immortal renown. Sir Robert Borden proceeds to LonSon on Thursday, where he" is to con'fsr with. Sir Kdward Kemp and Sir Georje Perley as well as with members.of the government respecting demobilization and other Important 'While In London attend'tha McOlll dinner on ___day and uuvell a beautiful memor- gift of Major ani) Sirs. Astor, which is to beierectesl.in'-tae ceme- tery on of Cliveden, con- :ecrateii for _, HurL-Cr. Doherty has been made.a ImcniDcr- o! the international law un- Son; recently organized as.QUO-of the [results of. the deliberations on ;-tie Jeag'oe ot nations. The union wllj iave its seat in-Pa riband its-member- ihlp is coianed to 40 Its Abject is the active stndv of new prob- os growing out 6! the.war which are i lo be approached iu ihe spirit of co- upou which the league ol nations is founded. Klihu Hoot and Jauu's Browu Scott have been elected members for the United States. j CALL OFF ANTI-ORY PARADES Discove' Day Set Fer Celebra- tion Is Holy Saturday SEW YORK. April postponement of a nationwide series 'Of ami-prohibition parades and mass- j meetings planned for April 19 was ight by the Association rohlbition. This step was taken, of the associa- tion said, after it was found (he d.ate the anniversary of the firing cf the flrst gun in the, Araerlcau resolution, also was Holy the Easter. NOIMTHAl VIMYPHAS BEEN GIVEN TO US N. W. Rowell tlemeat in Is Caaada War With Russia ZURICH, April view of the ncgotiatlont over the Danzig question, the German cabinet decided to get th: chiefs of alt. parties of the nat- ional attembly at Berlin row to neach an- agreement ar to the policy that Is'to be followed; according to an announcement by the German propaganda, service. Under the authority of the statute bas.ed at the 191S session' ot the B.O. surface workers around 'all UKtaillferous ralnes, coal mines, smelters and colte orens'com- menced operations Tuesday morning on the basis, of an eight-hour working day. OTTAWA. April business, mcloding the volini ot eup- occupied the attention ot Iho rar- liament toitpy. Alter some progress had been jwlih roTernment bills, Hon. i Arthur Jlelghen's hilt to ameud the (Grain act, estimates of of external affairs were taken up. Hon. X. W. Rcwell, in connection with ibis role, dealt at considerable length with questions relating to'the Ihe luiperfal War and the Imperial war conference. >lr. Howell was unable to confirm the port that'the French government had donated Vimy Hiage. lo Canada, but said that the French government had donated in perpetuity (he- land which Canadians are.buried. Mr. Rowsll -explained that Cana-la Had agreed to send a force to Siberia at the rfques; of the British govern- ment, after it bad been decided that :t'.would-not be possible for" the Do- minion to place a'-fifth division in the field. There -was quite a.' breeie Isie the evening in wiiEch'MaJor O.'G. Pon- Do You Remember The Old Com Doctor? He stood on tKe street, yi the olden days, and of- fered a corn cure." The same ingredients, haisH and Inefficient, 'are sold in coantlesi {arms today.: But 'they did ool end comv and Aey do not now. Nor does padding, nor d oes Tbe Ope Rigkt Way Modern in the Bauer Black laboratories have 'eyolve'd a perfect melKoci and embodied it in In 48 hours, vrKile the corn is forgotten. Blue-jay completely ends it, and forever.. Hardly one corn in ten needs second application, The way u tore. It is evy, pleasant, acienlific. Quit old-fashioned! meth- ods.. Try .Blue-jay on one The Sciectinc Com Ender Stops Pain Instantly Ends Corns Completely At Druggists EAUER BLACK, -Limited Chicago, TorAito, New York Milrra of Sterile Dnasiogj and Allied Pioducli Trustworthy For 39 years Ivory Soap lias givf n complete satUfr.c- (ion. It has cleansed thoroughly rvcryttiing that soap will cleanse, anti without injury lo the icridcr- cst sVin or most delicate fabric, i Ivory rus given long continued satisfaction because it is made of the choicest and purest materials, Because it contains no free allcali or imsiponificd oil. Because its original quality always has been main- tained. Ivory Soap as easily as ever; Jjtlicrs as copiously; tlonls as vvcllj lasts.as I; is the same trustworthy white cake it in 1879. IJuy it with confidence. IVORY SOAP er.'ot Quebec, wanted. to Can- ada ii at withT R'jssia, whtch >lr. undertake to answer., WIOEFHER! t TOHOXTO, April commis sion which has been issued, to Sir Wil- liam. Meredith and Peter to in- the -Hartley Dcwart charges in connection "frith the license ment Is even nlder in its scope than has already been indicated, according to an .authoritative aTmouncement made ta Queen's Park todSy. It Is understood that the commis- sion, will be empowered to touch up on ihe, Slavin case, the "Homer cast, and the oE privaty' delec live.by the1.1 ice use department ID ad dition to the charges asamsflnspe Ayhearst and others of .the depart ment. announcement is made as yet to ilio date at wflfcii tli? probe wlH be EUGENICS BILL 18 DEFEATED Measure Loies In Colorado House of Riepre tentative; You Witt Like Our Jersey Suits and Jersey Dresses OtTWCWWl New Ready To-wear Gannents Coming to Hand Daily Another lot-of very, fine 8resses just opened and ready for sale.- Nifty Suits, Coats an3 Dresses, moderate- ly priced, v Jersey Snk at ttlM Jersey Keatt at and at... np to Dmsal Tweed CwU, to Fancy CUth Oats, up to Dresses, to 00 Fancy Tweed Sub, and Mooring Ceab ip to to We have put in a big slock of all the best var- ieties of SEEDS in botfr Vegetable Rower A Most Attractive and Complete Range of The Seasons Newest Wash Piece Goods .Vofles in a range and colorings. 40 inches wideband sell- ing at, yard awl Plaia Cotton Voiles, 42 inches wide in sKades of rose, sky, copen, pink, Nile, ame- orange, tan, White and per yard 75c Repos, Piques, Beach Ckdi, Popliu, New Liavn, Scotch hanu and Ckaabrays. Colors and white. DENVER, April lioaso to- day, defeated the eugenics t marn UP-TO-DATE imrrto BUY TOUR SEEDS FROM THE HOME SEEDSMAN. TheTEBRU FUHULCO, 104 THIffD AVENUE SOUTH TO. 414 PHONE ;