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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE-TWELVE OAtLY i'UESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920 Slimy Trying'to Return To Old: r Haunts But Are Not j Welcome i 1OXDO.V. March BY Larse -numbers of German an-.l other i ?uidesirables who %rere deportad from j Enjlaui] in tfco war hare managed rhaks thsir back to LcnSoii tfat; Iravc encountered warm receptions i when ilieir Identity has bc-ea dlscov-: crcd. They managed to cross from the continent by thoir as' eaiiors on tramp slessaers io corifiern EnslUb and Scottish ports.- These. Germans who bava come bads to Esslsnd to up b-jsinws find ic a hard rOTv' to lioe, says '-he1 Krenlne Standard. OQO German iness man gave it up and returned to W3 FRtheriand after IMMUS; reJuscd admission to five London He found' rooms in a Bloqmsbury bcani-' luz house but two ilrivs Inter ihe oliier boarders discovered hini. and. notified ihe manager they'.1: live under the 53tne rocf with. P. 'Gor-; man, and ho was turned out. j A German bulcler !u a London sub-; urb T2s prevented by his neighbors from reopening his old store the oth- er (lay although he had lived in Kng- JJ jeajs. anif'there arcanaay SASKATOON', April Sas- tatcnowau oducaUoaaltsts and others inters 3 tec! in education to this prov- I iuce, started a buay three-day session hero tits raonjlns. tho Saskat- jehewfin Fducatioail Assoyiatlon be- gan j's twelfth auuual convention. The program shows important addresses and conferences vitally at- fec'lng the schools. bolU primary and j of Easfcatcbowun, scnedul- for inornlng, atterapoh anij ovenlns i loja.v bud tomorrow, and morning and I alteroooa Thursday. Ainons too speak era are to bo Hon. Wi M. pretn I ler and minister of Dr. C. K. Clarke, of Toronto' Unircrsily; Prof. II. Alexander, o'. tho VnV firstly o! Albert's, several cml' educationalists of thk province. Whlls principal 'part 'of cacii day's1 program -will yu hold in tho Third Avenue Methodist chnrcb, there will be conferences and addresses a't tha Collegiate Institute and at Bev eral'of tab 'Saskatoon public schools at various times. These conferences will include' dpinpnrtratloai by spa- claltsls tcachinB-iof art, music j and household- science, health ednca- ning. Tlie ques- ries inay be dis- tion and manual training. tion of teachers' salaries cussed liter. Legislature. CAPT, JOS.-E. THOMPSON nor .-row of ilie' ConEcrvallTO Whip In the Ontario Spicu. the first German car- no ship to enter the Firth oJ Fo'rfi; ainco August, were ushnrc at and In deference !o the vessel did not plat ,Ihe German flag. On the other hand, a raTUai of j ''TnnhbauEcr" at Corent Garden Op-, prtt'recently draw a crowded and preciative audience of society people. The cast, bovever, vras wholly Knc-; lisa.- i i A DAY THAT. IS PAST York Evening Sunl Becraiber 15. ISIS.' For nlneteens. Revolutionary: Russian "Officere Held in .Russiari'g Dlsiimed' MR. ASQUITH'S -LOST HAT Th3 following correspondencft. han passed with reference to the students "rag" oa the occa'lon of Sir. Asqulth's return to" House "To 'live. R'lghY-Hoii.jHiH. Most graudelandi Wi upon thousands of ''persons are crovydedj all checrlu j tcr Juvoi-lles.' where tho jdcxeya.gre ralibUtj tholr mounts, In (or'liw great ereut oud (hen t5o Jockeys coming one 'by one in Franco, forty In Brussels and iitty- eight in lyondon. 1'So' cast chorus Is mada up on- (lioly of soldier-actors, vvKo baie av- eraged slit ecu 'months apieco in tho botoro having beon tirougot out ol tUs line and givon places In il.v.i ebtcrtslunieut FINE MOTION PICTURE r. SHOWS MIX AT BEST Tho StarUnd Tuealro showoil an- other splendid Tom Mix picture yes- William Fox production. It 13'cilicd "The Coming, o? the Law" and, Is from tbo book by Charles Al- deh' Seltzer, ft will bo shown tures, Is well "ThoOlrli Dlrector'Tleglnold and Hex from which opens at Star- Keacli worked hind !n hand all tho laud theatre-sterling .tomorrow, tprltliue, and with this'combination, the Iho Every detail has been brought out, with realism, and its author is satisfied with the p'fc- tuvljatlon.' t puppet. JU'x Beach, has lived the life, and: Director Barker has produced enough feature screen plays to quality This is perhaps oro of the Ugsest: him as tho most logical man to put human interest stories ever screen-; on such a story. cd. .Each player was picked from a a production Is seen by Its sknrs In the studio projection is only with haixleneO eyes that they plcco. la a'dtufrUViy piayed oy uuilen' view tho slorj' i' old to theni, they fhbsen list of screen actors. Tho part i mskn of "Tho the young of ihnj U is o Anita Stewart, 'In Old.Kentucky1 players. who saw it in its emotional sweep. onto tl'io track to bo greeted by cheers by. the spectators. Finally, you Miss Stewart; come _ oa the track at tho last minute dressed as a rido Jor one of lha Jockeys who has been drugged, In order to frame tho race. Then comes the call for tho Etirt t'roiu tho judges' and a ECGTO ot mount? art'off !ri the great rice. The camera follows the horses practically from tho start to the finish, as one forces and another drops grad- ually behind.. Miss Stewart, who is an einert horEeu'onaan, rides iti a mud gallop, at firat-fsv behind.1 but'graduaily.'work- trout, until at Ihe. i.amlls, after his work had heeu: have seen it in production, they know seen In this Qoldwyn Picture, was tui-- personally all tho characters, and cou- v T mediately signed on a five year con-' they are not ruovcd very "The Coining or the Lav? Hi a pic- alone ouglu Dv tia 8torv; but In "The Girl ture'.ot Oio .sort that HM ranoe I "The Girl from Outside" IsiFrom tho ylcluro carried all R3 a prooucer 01 ,_ 1V_ ,__a_ _, ___ ,_ thrlllfns; entertaining U is full ot that exettlug 'adventure ot the West 'thai'everybody, loves, and it has romance that as refreshing as a cool breeze in July. Tom Mb; sot, a high standard for hluuvlt in "Cupid s "West- ern "Famo and Mr. Logau. U. S. A." and ''Fistulas but he goi's .the record one better, In "The Coming, of the .Law.'1. It Is a.well connected Etory, and hss magnificent settings. BEACH STOHY..STIR4 REVIEWERS That the prescncn ot tbo 'author p( R book ,at tho (lira producing bato is an.'asset far more valuable than any- thing heretofore, found In motion pic- honored, sir, if you' yourself wo'uld pen a- word or ness EO in "DUH AT- MAJESTIC .tbNIGHT LADERONT BAYS DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS HELPED HER j KIDNEY DISEASE BtgWood Lady PolnU tha Way to io the Weak, Weary, Ner- Run-Down Women of Canada. EKJWOOD Ont.. April Kidney Pills relieved mo of kidney disease. iTh'nt IE the statement'.of Miss L.aur- .itntS, iadoront, a highly esteemed here. It is short and to the iwlni There can be no misunderstand- StLg'bf It is a clear and ringing message to women all over forget three nineteena? It. S. around 19 History is not that which is done. IE is what Is remembered- ten. RGmerabermz the thrci Is as natural as memory ATid_ .writing them R fascination. Try It 'So' every on this day will ba nn to go down in history, accur- ate'y-Maled and easily remembered. 'ChijdYen born today will be vover. xo one can forger thbir And when they w several and collective, nine-! these fsvorllos of 1hercalendar will .bo as famous as the. ralen_dar Itself. To complete the tacks HeWert bert Sloan, aged ig, otViirjrich .Tpirn- ahtp, were killed at last evening ,when a motor car in which theynrere ns escaped by hind tne Central railroad passenE- had come twojnontns CT ie alURussian government I niral Kolchak fell beforS the at- lonBsbcremeti 'struckr "slity reTOlutionary Charleston'; S.C., biiErness 'men'.'.tpot sians were taken by surprise, Japanese move toward .-_ bccupa.1 having been uneipectnd by the party Many the hilt countrj- liehi Karly yesterday Olf' their went to Trork to launched their attack In the Korean unload a 050-ton ship cargo. charm nineteen dollars should be put Threfe nlnctecns' in succession! Or bundled and nlueteensi Tor in '1000 there are H hundred nine- city. Tlie last nf the United Slates ex-! pedilionary force left Vlaillvostok ou A few hours subsequent to a proclanutlon was printed throughout the city slating troop? would not evacuate Siberia at tne present time. The proclamation warned 'all inhabitants hundred and oae in und with fired anil From nineteen there is Jf the'one hundred and. two is nnil- liplieil by nineteen' the result iv-ill be year when the 1919ers will be nineteen. Noted youngsters will hineteen> Xoted youngsters and fortunale too, if they today. What the Press Agents Say against unlrleudly attitude on ths (Continued From Paga Kvo.) part o! tho Russian population. The IP. Kaye. mrstera ana tenseness of the situation had Increas- tie jisiguj cd hourly since that timq until the clash today.' Blsle Slranach, Aubrey Pat- rick Ludlow, Darry Whltcomb and A. j GRAIN STOCKS FOKT WILLIAM, April The following statement of stocks in store in public terminal elevators at 3'ort Willinm and Port'Arthur on April 1, Teceipts and shipments during last >aek, was issued'by" the board of grain commissioner's on Saturday: Stocks in store: Wheat, oats. fcarloy, flax, rye, WOMAN WILL RUN AQAiN npr.elpls: AVnea't, oats, ISf.iSs: bar- ley, Igu'oJO; flux, 2P.G6G. WASfllNOTO-V, April Martin, defeated two years ago torj ;tho United States senate in Nfva'io, i liere yesterday that she woiild make tlie race this year for the _He- jitiblican uominbtlon. MI33 Martin sail she would accept the nomination if t oifprcij on her platform, .which jcl oppoMtlon to the pcac'o I the league of nations. lf.; A. ]Iarrington, or fur OiiiBiIu, incusd an official! wr.rrilng Or.isVlo huluslfics that the shortage of biMiminoua coal la 3nHead, Cross and Fretful, Hair Fell Out. 'When raj three old her bead broke out Iff little led pimples and then !n B TTselc It" brolcc out in The ilngwoinis were large and there were several on bet, bctd, her scalp would bleed. r She was very cross and fretful at tlxnea, and her hill wan falHug out., "I Cdlcura. 3cap >nd Olnt- xnent, and after I had used one cake of Cutlcuia So-p ciid two of Cuticura Bhc was healed." (Signed) Sargent, Nam pa, Idaho, Feb. Use Culloua Socp, Ointment and Talcum for all purposea. 23 BOc. U., vci The Home Cooks Know Pacific Milk first came on the market we had many professional cooks tryat and give their opinions. But really it Is the recipes and experiences in home that we aro raoEt proud of. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. AT LADNER, B.C. A Well-known Man ___ _.. Wheat, oats, 216.702; bar-llaln to bo acute during the coming ley, flax, 971; rye, 12, I summer. Better for you than tea or coffee instant Delicioiis cof fee-likd -fosfUM NT HSJANI POS1 iSTUHi, 'Made iiistantly in the cup. Costs less than tea or coffee. "Fit to Win." the .motion picture to cornhat tho social evil'RhiTvenereal diseasea. ivltleh is tho men of Iho province by the depart- ment of nubile health. Kdmonton, will he seen at Iho Colonial theatro on Wednesday and Thursday tills week, and will be shown to audiences of mon only. 1( liccess'arr he made with thf> departrocht Bt Kdnioji- ton, Uio picture likely he shown to the women of ttin cltjr at a slightly later date. In order that thoao men'TrilO are busy in Iho evenings may see the picture, a special mrUince will bo given each day at 2.30. Great Kentucky Handicap la Shown, Wllh Its Thousands of Chcorlna j Spectators, AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements, Furniture, etc. HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. H. 0. WILSON, I WILL SELL BY( PUBLIC AUCTION At the Farm, 2 Miles .North and 3 Miles West of Coaldale, and 9 Miles Northeast of Lethbridge. On FRIDAY, April AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY 1'pair-gray mrires. 5 years'old, 3000 lha.; 1 roan rnaro, 1 years old. 1300 Ibs.; r black horse, 5 years old, 1351) lliB.; 1 llolsteui milk co-.v, 3 years, old, fresh about six weeks. 1 S-foot. Jrassey-Harris double disc, used one 7-foot Martin ditcher; 1 iffllklng plow; 1 Cockshutt Irlnla'dlsc ulow; 1 Jiarro-.v, new; 1 5-foot Fresno; 3 E0t3 work IiarnEEg; mower buncher; 1 Block saddle; 1 bench 2 Irij chains. H-looi; 1 5-inch wagon; 1 Ford car, just overhauled; 1 Slogpj- piano and he-pell; 2 dressere; 1 bed, mattress and spring; 1 folding cot; 1 Empire, steel 2 rockers; 3 kitchen chairs; 1 dining foorh table; 2 rugs, 9it2; 1'oii cook stove; 1 oil heater; i cupboard; and all cooking utensils. 5 tons Bluejolnt hay; 1 slack vfheat bundles, 6 tons; 100 liushils seed Marquis wheat; 18'bushels seed tlai; i ton potatoes; CO'bushels .oats; 'ot Xo. 1 Alfalfa teeii; 3 tonj ot and otficr articles 'top' minierous' to All this sluff is Iii good shape. .TERM1S OF mms tnd under all over that amount be given until October 1st, 1920, at 8 per cent.' interest on approved notes, and 5 per cent, discount for cash on credit amounts. PETER LaVALLEY, H. O.WILCOX, Owner. AUCTIONEER. Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y., tho celebrated physician, known ttirpugliout the entire civilized universe be- en use of his mnpy yrift-s of. successful medical pracMco, pnco said: "At this Ume of. year most people suffer from TTO term 'spring fever' because, of n nant condiliou of the blood, bctntiso of Ihe toxins (poisons) stored iii. within tho body dur- ing the Jong winter. Wo oat too much meat, with liltlo' or no green vege- tables." ________ Bloodies people, thin, people, those vrith palo chucks and who hnre a poor siiii feel that fired, worn or feverish condition in Iho springtime- of tho year, should Irv