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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE fHK LETHimiDGK DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 0, 1920 GERMANY SUFFERING PRIVATION? APPARENTLY NOT. Stales the Place in a Mea- dow For Their Proper Burial The Rer. Tbomas HfU'fceU Masscy of ilio llectory, FiirinRCon, near Al- ton. Souibainptcm: Kngtaad, rwtor since ,1557, who died last April, leav- ing by his will, has jusr .bneu proved, gives: "To George Gilbert, lilt; Uos oaUe-l on his giving a vrUton prom- iiiat it shall be lovingly t'wreJ for, JUs other naiiuaia arc ;o bo ooi o? i-nder the inn of a qualified veterinary surgeon, and bo'jiei buried In moa- dow.bslitnd Miss houso." Mr. Mflssey's oihc-r quests Tv.-o hundred pounds oaclj to the DogV Hiuwrses. tlie AnU-Virl- secUwi Society; and TO the AV ton iely for the I'rt-veiitiim of Cruelty to AniirmK He also leu lust run ions that who1.-? of his wearing apparel lie de- stray led. Promotion Committee, who has do- voted years lu teaohlus in China, bus put new iiuu on American Fur with hlanV typo oblained from the factories amr'.tio characters cui from fliese faces liero by C'Wnea engravers. POT Tlial tlic Peking.soverntuedt at- r r lavbes to, tbo elfoit be- LvL niadi' is lu the following os- large, has beru' Moreover, it we do uot-Uke prompt steps to make the.wrKton and spokeu. language tbe'sama plans lar developing our clvlliiaticn vylll 1 turrly fall." Thirty-Nine Characters and Ten Numerals Instead of 1'res- ent Hodge-Podge TEC size of thb vsst eretri f.t surnrijicE, In view of reported in at thai time. in fact, cveryouu loolt? very this year, ia ll dressed, j Surprises Ourselves Our tables containing as we supposed enough shoes for a week's selling, did not last the first day. We have replenished .them from the shelves, with bei-- ter goods, determined to carry out our promise to the people of .giving them- a To the Hundreds who haVe come and bought we you heartily for the prompt response to our your what you got; to neighbors we would and see. We will try and please all. TABLE No. L. 200 pair LADIES' LACE AND BUT- TON BOOTS. Ladles' Osfonls. PuinpE and House Slices. Valuer, ttol arc todav to ?S.OO.- 'f Cl'ariug al on5 EaV Pritc TABLE No! 2, Will'contain'2OD PAIRS LADIES' SHOES, Ox- fords and Ptunps.. Today's1 "values from" o' 55.M to Our Sale Price Today ...j TABLE No. 3." Will contain 200 pairs CHILDREN'S SHOES. tops, buttons, and Ox- Values up to Our Sale Price 2.00 Other 20 PIECES PRINT inUight -and dark 10 Spindles (60 3bs.) Black and Grey SCOTCH FINGERING YARN.'Regular selling price per lb.' Our Sale 50c skein, per lb. colors. Today's prices 35c and 40c, Our Sale Price 29c 20 ONLY, LADIES'DRESSES f i ._ ;Vcivets, Voiles and Lace. Clearing at Half Price While They last. .Mother burned her hand Zam-Buk stopped the pain. Father's finger was crushed at _ A Zam-Bnk dressing wns applied- Sister had Zam-Buk cured it. I had chapped Zatn-Buk ended the puin and healed them. Mother lent some Zam-Buk to Mrs. Jones- She says it's wonderful I And every time brother Tom writes from France he "Send us more and (Eitact from UlKr'rccciTC-j) Honestly now{ Could yon nay SOc, for any other prescription which would Rive you as much nil-round service and satis- faction :is a box of Zam-Bnk does f Zarn- Uiik is a combination of powerful, healing, herbal cornets, so refined untl compounded that whtrever.there (3 nny kind of soreness of (lie fltsh.or discasefltflsstieorobnornial condition (.nuch ni festering or blood-iioisontng) SI almost Immediately soolhcs and licnls. It slops It is highly antiseptic-kilts all germs. It Is suitable alike for the hardened skin of a work- lAK man or the delicate velvet skin of a child! It never goes wncld. Its power does not evaporate. Vic half 3 box and put the remainder on flic shelf as good stx weeks or six months after. THEf. Timr.-Sriirinifflt ol Oscar (for rtlorn Xim-But trill box. corpt piandalo Issued. by the Ministry of Education. "Wa rocognlja of .the sjiokeq in the bthuolB niakre slow, progress tbo keen edge of the spirit of union, both bt'lwcon individuals aud In society at SCOTLAND EQR EVEH. ,i (people's Journal.) who had been too freely wore sitting .beside the top ot a tramciir lu about said.'' one ot them loudly. "We coaie. ftprai greatest country In the.'Wprld." "ye dlnna soeik wl' a accent." In tartan, pura Scotch SHANGHAI, March Mail) ot future generatlous will vrrl'o 'iu phonetic script and a lypewrltir irith only 39 characters in- tend or plying brush to 10.0001 or more hieroglyphics If laisaloaj workers succeed ia an offort they are making to revolutionize handwriting lu use In China for more lhaii yearti. The work o' Ihe mipsiouarlcsj is at last hefinulug to receive official) sanction ami they entertain that'. evpKtuatly the Chinese, brysh, ink Wock aud Ink tablet will liiirc .to so Jo eivo place lo more modem methods communicating ideas. purpose is no! only to aimpli. fy China's lionciwritinE? syattmi but to give the'Country a common.tonguo to replace the prcseut-dav babel which i readers oveu the native who IK away from his owu home district almost as helpless as a foreigner. 'x The system of phenolic script now urged upon the Chinese was worked out in England In 1903 by Wan Chao. Beside Its 39 characters, it contains 10 numerals. There are no capitals. Rer. B. 0. Towskburyj of Shanghai, secretary of the Chinn Sunday School a member of the 1'honettc RIBBON cKeerfuil people are nearly always Ihdise who drink oriiy Teai They simply couldn't be any other way when enjoying this fra- grant; :tea, or even when Will Get Tons Exclusive of Plaved Fair TVIrelesa of the distrlbu- I tiori of cneiny warships among the aU I lies have Just been published hero. j'France's 10 per cent.; i of the lotalfoiitfagfl of all; tho captur- j.cd with the exception of represents tons, half ofotvljlch is In German ships and i the remainder in Austrian vessels. Five'cruisers and 10 destroyers are and the same num- bfir are al- lotted tp'rra'nce, the panie k ber of cralaefs afo'al1 '.Jotted to-Italy. Kacli ot tliene tivo also receive a light cruls; ?er andv three destroyers, vvhich may be used for a year'for experimental, purposesrbut be'rdestroyed wliea, that timfrvjias claiised. jbe cruiser Em: don. submarines French ports are also to.be-allpUed to France, i and ofjthpEe, 10'in'Sy1 be put in ?er- [.vice. IfratTce is jh4'_only_jjower to B. which ipGSpririleVe'foritslag-. captured' Rubmarlnes has'beer? granted.' Bjsncii, ot s' state for jh'e meff.antile I! nhaslzes the cordial relations be- .tweet! Creiit Biifajn'hiVdVPrance'ijV a 'printed1 in 'several newsp'ap- ers wlih reference to the negotiations j In Locjoif coacerningUHe" flnal distri- of Ihe German tonnage. j; M. liiguon declares, Great. Brit: in abandDiiing "claim' to the i 200.000 tons of shipping -which i French, gpvernment; 31: for France, "shrfwed great consid- 'and that. France i grateful, to England i In view of. HID [fact Britain's Interests j.TVGic severely affecicd by. the varloiia i-airaiigeineuts whlch'reduceil (he total tonnage for dis- tribution." WILL ENTER. INTO STREET RAILWAY FIELD DETROIT, pro- posal sponsored by Mayor James Coij.v ens to bond Jhc city for with vrhfch to begin'the hnlldlng of a nnmlcipatiy street railway system to rojnpete with the presenl Detroit Rallwaj% carried al yesterday's 'election, according to complete figures tabulated In this city The rule in favor of the bonding Issue, nutl against, or per tent, of'the total vote cast against .1 require'! CO pei1 cent. :Mayor 'announced totla> that, Ihn consent of tho city conn cil, wouM bog in excavating for the new cur tracer, at noon today. Tho muniriiKil trat Ihe rloinJnutfiig fcnturc of the elcc tlon a campaign of ex trenie blUerness preceding tho slue tion. POSTCARD FINISHES.12- YEAR TRIP 'BETWEEN PORT HOPE AND DETROIT .HETHOIT. Clarence ,W Moore of S70 Tnrmlmll avenue ccivnd a postcard this afternoon fron P girl frlcml, >iltf3 bonie Ilobinson o j Gnoflvvdnd. Out., t-.volvo years nflcr Iho j had ninHcd It. "Vonr iiwIluT anil hoi- two lillii j slrls are i online tn Detroit to visit.' j the: hopu yon got tlii r'ard to incut