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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1020 TIIE r^TIICniDGE DAILY HERAT.D PAGE NINETEEN H0ir.AJEraTELtSU.F.A.STANO The (oIlowtiiK lattar to tlM rtaltod farmara of AlbtrU tram Ron. X. Meighon, mlatiMr oC tho tatortar. Ottawa, wOl b� of (VMial iBtomt te Southarn AlborU teraon for Ita ! ijeyij have too much work to perform. Uric acid accumulateij in the eyetem in the forin of urate salts. ; Obtain at your nearest drag store that newest  discovery of Dr. Pierce's, .call(^ "Anuric" (ant^ urio-acid). "Anurio" is more potent thaq litbia and disadves urio acid fui hot water does sugar. Tiie bat kidney remedy known. Hamii,ton, Ont.~"As Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets have beea .such a wonderful help to me I want to tell others who suffer vrith kidney trouble. I have suffered with rheumatism for the last five years, and I have only taken three bottles of the Anufic Tablets and three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and am nearly cured. I want to recommend Dr. Pierce's medicines to any sufferer with kidney trouble, or anyone run-down after having the 'flu.' "~' Mrs EsTB1,i.A Granbv, No. 54I James Street, North. ANumc .tFrom Our Own Corrnsnondant) CLARBgHOLM, April 1.-The spring like-weather of the past ten days got a viery,sudden jolt this last few days .when a >regular: blizzard turned ioose from the;;north. the snpV is still coming downVand although It will give all kinds of moisture for the land It is making things a little iate In the way Of seeding. : Mrs. Charles Qrobe received' w:ord fromjlllnois that her father itoi4\^een 'killed';- in-'in" iutofeobne/wrolKk'.- Several .membeirs ^0 the family, left a few days ago to attend the funeral. Mrs, Earl .Reld wl^o Jtjas^ been confined to the house jvltli a mild attack o� diphtheria has entirely recovered. -As- this is All Fopls bay'everybody seems .to be on their guard, as to answering, questions.' There Is lioone ,ln town very anxious to isinswer any oaU*'unless-V�ry oertain-of iwhere they come from. ' ; ' Joseph Taylor was very much surprised one morning this week to pick up a pocket book in front of the Milne Blocjc. ;Joseph has, .been kicking against his lupk for some time past and he naturally thinks that'the find will break the hoodoo. A later report tells us that.there was soma mistake as when Joe went to pick up^- the pocket book it moved away from him with a small boy on the opposite end. People living .within a block ail agree that Joseph went away, talking to himself. ' Fred Watklns paid a flying visit to Calgary last week. A team of horses belonging to Sharpies Brothers took French leave the other day and by a miracle escaped very . serious .injury. They went south on the C. P. R. right of way to the switch and then toolt to the road. They made the main road running south without touching any of the obstacles that were in the road and after running about four miles stopped and were brought back to the starting post. T. C. Mllnes has transferred all his; cattle from his farm near town to his: ranch in the hills. The cattle have all wintered in good shape. Albert Strange and family have returned from the old country. Mr. Strange Is taking up his old Ifne of business. As an auctioneer Albert is considered above the average and any persons having' sales in the district will not make any mistake by consulting him before going elsewhere for an auctioneer. Several horse buyers are In town for the past four days buying horses 1 for the B. C. government for road work. R. E. Moffatt has shipped his horse "Walter Cox" to Calprary for training. As this colt is sired by Earl Jr. 2.OI14: and the Dam Bess B. 2.15V4, it is expected that there will be some speed ' shown under the management of R McGirr. Mr. A. Shearer the new manager of ; the Canasdian Bank of Commerce has ; arrived to take his position in the Bank. T. C. Mllnes has bought one of the latest styles of motor truckB through Vanhorn and Stehbins. This is a Duplejc truck and if the hauling power is as good as the truck looks it will pay for itself in a very short time. TURK CHILDREN DISAPPEAR NEW YORK, A;irll 3.-The inter-allied commission iu Constantiuople,has been informed of the disappearance of from 3,000 to 1,200 Armenian children and collegians sent to Germany during the war to work in mines and factories, and 1,500 to 2,000 sent by the Turkish ministry of jniblio instruct'on to study, can not be found, according to advices received liere today by the Nfiar Ea.st Itellef l^ind, frotu its i-epresentatives iii -Jonstnutiuople. RAISESIESUNI Harvey Robinson Fund Helped By Dancer-School Fair CommttfiM Busy cuss ways and means for raising men-dy to help fill their treasury. Mrs. Cottoii, Itcoompahled by her 'brotherr Mr. Lislto'Best, left last week for Kngland, Mr. and Mrs. B.,0. Morrow left this! morning for Seattle.whore they will spend their Easter: holidays. � Mrs. Percy Buries, who is staying with Mrs, Littleton, Is receiving congratulations ohithe'^irth of a son. The'school fair committee seem yery busy holding meetings these days to arrange prUe lists, etc., for the annual school fair. Mr. p. R; SiclTor Intends to leave on a trip west this week, through to the coast and around to Spokane and back. He says If he sees any place few of the things the 'loaders" have to contend with. Miss Lougheed, who has been teaching in one of our rural schools here, left on Saturday last. She had to resign on account of not being qualified to teach High School work. BOLSHIES MOVE /From Omr Ow�. C�>rr��6��fl��t) OOWLHY, March 81.-The last dance for the Harvey Robinson fund was held In T-ustians hall under the | he likes better than Cowley he is go-ausplees of the Cowley Institute, as-1 lug to make preparations for settling stated by the Lunrdbreok W. I. A large there. crowd was in attendance and everyone seemed to ha'ir^'< t gOod time. |74.e0 was the amoimt taken In at the door. ' ' I The monthly meeting of the institute was held In the'; MasoAic; hall on Saturday afternoon. A''decision was read from Mr. Robinson .stating that they agreed to have their child taken to Winnipeg for treatment. It was moved and seconded that the Institute pay Mrs. Robinson's ' travelling expenses to Wlhnlp(jg With the child. The fund was closed at 1645.00. Mrs. Betts handed Itt a pair of towels to be raffled, but they will be held over for a while. , Mrs. Bird read part of her repoYt of the convention at Edmonton. Mrs. Easterbrook made the very kind offer of the use of .her home to the Institute for a social to be held as soon as the roads improve. Each Institute member is to help with the program In some way. The sum of twenty-live cents will be charged all who attend. It .was. movecl and..seconded that Mrs. Morrison have the liberty to state a sum not exceeding $15.00 to be used as Institute prizes for the school fair. Mr. Richard Coates arrived home from. Calgary on Monday morning. Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Crayforrt are leaving soon to reside in Plncher Creek. Mr Berkett has purchased their furniture. The Baseball Club are holding a meeting in the hotel tonight, to dls- Operations Avoided Thi Possibnity off F^tal ResulU PrevBiited In kidney tron):�les, 'the surgeon knife should be the last resort. Kidney troublp can be relieved in a wonderful way ,by treating in time with the niost efficient oC^ all preparations for toning up and rehuilding weak and diseased kidneys-Gin Pills. Gin Pills are free.frpm all traee of alcoho*!. They contain' Juniper and seven othsr diiiretics'^nd antise^ics. Much time and profound study wa� given to perfecting ^he formula on which Gin Pills are prepared and they furnish quick and positive relief, immediately attacking the congested tissue, destroying the poison, southing, healing and building up the emaciated and weakened ^rgan, ,Bo that it can take up its work ojt purifying the blood with efficiency.- Ouee the kidneys a�i made normal, the pains, rheumatism, swollen joints, and general debility disappear, the � stone or gravel in the bladder are eliminated, and good health and buoyant spirits return. All druggists and dealers sell Gin Pills at 6O0 per box, with a guarantee to return your money if you do not receive relief. Free 'sample on request. Address:- The National Brug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. United States Address, Na-Dru-Co., Inc., 203 Unia St., Builalo, N.Y. a6r MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his'organs; he can be vigorous and heahhy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with The world's standard remedy .for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid trouble* since 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates viul organs. All druggists, 50c. � box. Ijook for ths name Go\i Modal on tmrf box and accept no iaitatiaa Baby Happy After His Bath With Cuticura Soap Nothing more refreshing for baby than a warm batli with Cuticura Soap, especially if his slcin is hot, irrit,ated or rashy. After batliin^, pently touch any irritatSpn with Cuticura Ointment. Tbey^reldeal for all toilet uses. Soap 2Sc, Ombiionl 25 and SOc. Sold throughout theDominion. CanadianDepot: LymariB, Liniittid, St. P&ul St.^MonlreMl. ^Cuticura Sokp ubavttji without ir.uif. The demand for feed these days greatly exceecCs the supply. One afternoon last week there were one hundred and twenty teams waiting for feed. Conditions "up north" have hindered the loading of feed. Blizzards, drifting sno^, frozen hay stacks are a LLOVD GEORGE DOES NOT TALK "NICE" ABOUT U. 8., A.| CONSTANTINOPLE, April 8.-Vlad- Ikavkai, an important military sta-UJNDON, March 31.-The United tion and trading center In Cisi-Gaucaala, 3tate� was handled without glovon by jj^g ^een captured by the Russian Premier Lloyd George and Sir Edward Bolsheviki, according to messages re-Cnrson, the Ulster Unionist leader. In ceived here, the debate today in the house of com- _-. mons, on the second reading of uie i Vladlkavkas, capital of the territory Irish bin. The premier said it was ac- of the Terek, Is situated on the Terek tlon auch as that taken by the United fiver and Is about 95 miles due north States senate In adopting the Irish of Tiflls. It Is on the northern slope resolution that has fostered secession.' of the Caucasus mountains, and its "De Valera Is putting forth the same capture together with that of Petrovsk views in the same words that Jefferson Davis used," the premier declared and added that such a movement had led to civil war. "We are doing nothing more than the United States claimed for themselves," he continued, "and will stand no less." on the west shore of the Caspian. Sea, which was reported this week, shows an advance of the Bolsheviki toward the great oil center of Bakal and the ' frontier of the new Georgian republic. Silk, not cotton, should when basting velvet. be used MANY of our older folks wiO recall tlie old fashioned shoemakers who visited �rom home to home^ making shoes of great Durabilitij OnmetCtaiiMs GoodPMducto Georgfaia shoes possess " tRe thoroughneas of the old - time, hand - made footwear. Combined with it are all the comfort, fine finish and aristocratic appearance resulting from the heat modem shoe production. GEORGim SHOES Obtained through Canada's Leading Boot Shops LW. H. GABLERE was awarded FIRST PRIZE in the HERALD'S  AD. WRITING COMPETITION for ah advertisement that gave evidence of technical knowlisdge, experience and adaptability as a -writer. The advertisement is reproduced, following the style as closely as possible in today's issue. Both material and layout will pass the most �critical test. To The Business Map of to-day= Have you ever considered how much depends on the pi;mting of your business matter? HERALD JOB PRINTING creates a Jirst impression which in turn leaves a lasting consciousness of the importance of your firm. INDIVIDUALITY is the earma products. QUALITY forms the basis of our success and of those that use the Herald Job Dept. for their printing needs. ACCURACY is the slogan in our shop-applying to the simplest as well as the most intricate job. A combination of qualities that has created the unchallenged leadership for this department. No matter what your next job may be CALL 1252 The Herald Job Dept. irk of our 7 ;