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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 IK LKTHBKUXiK 10 tbe besiuuins of the week in the wrests of lite' Continental OH Co. Mr. RotfCtUau ot the Manufacturers Life. Calearjyjs In town to send a representative to Paris, but has not yel replied. ThlifVs Fr.nce Will Win JURIS. April Au ei- [rtmcly optimise impression now prevails resarfiug the settlement, -'a- rorable to France, of the u.ueMionf oi her against future aesresflon and ihe neutralization of the left and of part of the right banS oi the Rhine. This is voiced today by tie Petit Journal, which, in- treating ot the financial aspects of the situs- lion, also states that it appears France be completely indemnified. belief prevails, the that Premier Clemenceau's view- point re'Eardiog reclamations from tier-many unS special indemnity, for pensions for cripples arH war widows will be upheld. Sunday ,by Father BMuealt. ifrs. J. P. and children have married from Winnifrel. U.S.WIHIEI1M 'El Cast Strove tDr-v" YoU DETROIT, Mich.. April j _.e lote rev-orded at E (biennial eprUx illrhigan [voters on the fata of incomplete re- X I turns early today rejected a propoMd amendment to modify Ae prohibition law, adopted a jlM.WW.Mv road build ing profrun and 'cave tiu1 tbe aklm into Mirvtv M nedtclac tkal II it! how acceMftry K to we ihoald uw pore tbe pvrcst let for Bad yoar Forecast Today That 000 Biuhek WU1 Be Harresttd. district daily. B. B. Reese and daughter.'1 ot Wnitla. are spending a ifith C. Webb. ;Mr. Thomas Powefl, C. .P> R. April wheat production this year was fore- cast at bushels' by 'the department of apiculture today, bas- ing its estimate on the condition ot the cro> April 1. which was 99.S per cent, of a normal. Production of winder wheat lait rear was bushels and 191T it was bushels, while the record crop of wu proSnced in 1914. The con'iition of th? crop on AprH 1 la's t, was 17.6 per cent, ot a normal, 'while iu 191T il was 63.4 and ihe aver- .Jage of the last 10 years was S2.S. Kineer, has moved his family to i at his -home "for cis speedy recovery. A. SliemnF, locoiaotiTe There was an increase in conditions from December 1 jasl year to April 1 this year of i.2jpoints; rompared i .10 years tire- ntoi, made a flying'tnp to C a! gap' ase a buzi Dragon, -but didn't fly. as lie got stuck-, in a cback hola thev n -II r. J. C.'lWrisht from Bunnis was in toTvu on busine'si Saturday. Conductor -HugMe spent Sunday Triti -friends C. Webb and children leaves for. her boms Indlani'la a short time. Tbe forecast" oi production of ier wlint'Uils rear is baaed oa the assiiiaptioh "of averse abantroument o aad aTenge an tax crop io harvest. April i was per cent of a noraa on April 1 last year, SG i 1517 and SS.6 the average conditid for the last. 10 years on April 1. Dr. tbe "1 luVe MI tloa in certiN-lnc its parity." There Is anotWr wby vou vret'er Zam-Bak. it u ef Jack a rt fined aKtuir lhai it srat slrta distiKi: nhcreii ordinirj- oMinj tu thflr i tifredatnts, icmsin on the skin. SLio 4isci5C3, lilc plants. hive their Xam-Bul can jet down to ibe very root-o( ibe tiU germs and thus eSect lajtiog1 cures. Tfaere is nothing lite Zam-Buk ftfr ecdicf old sorw. er CTupticai nothing that qdcily drtin: out the Mrrans a cut, Wild. Try it I Pwf. Mrs. lA. W JMelui, Man.. -jiTites: "MiUttte ions head aad'tinds com- pletely coTtreci with I tried and he was under doctor s ireitmeift for time, but Bothmj would cure hue. Tben I 'tried Zaot-Buk. Alter a week's treatment I miticed i marked iraprovettent. ind wiA Zam-Bul in i complete and permanent rare.'1 All We. lev Ic. F MU.HCALTMATSOK NOTHING SO EASY TO DIGEST aotiung so -outh has become bui soft, refined, white apjwttinft lertdus leaves die joy of Bezuty wilb j for many G c u u d s Oriental Cream Released IB Montreal Court Bat! TME.D1B.C. (From Own :JMILK nrVER, Burns has retlirned to Lethbridge, after be- ing iu town for n week toolcing after the intereet of the United Churrii. Bethel's ladies1 aid were cot talned last week by Mrs. H. Pie; Smith is rebuilding his gafagc add Implement gelticg readr foi: again. Dr. Giles is confined to her kbme with H. W. Cray of Lethbridge is a tail-1 that "end. OTTAWA. April L. Richardson in the commons today, aslsed the at- tention o( the government to the rum- ors tiiat the feder'al.torernment might take over the Edmonton and Dunvegan Railway, strong pressure had been brought to bear on Ihe govern- ment to do so. Sir Tbooms White replied that -while the Edmonton and Dunvegan Rsilroad had been brought to the attenlion of the government In matters relating to- subsidies for three or four years past, no arrangements for over of the road had -been completed, nor were there any negotiations in pro- gress at time looking to Offiter i April dyp r-j King Frask "gnred hn Ihe here when the udse dlEmissed on the that he coakl'not properly bej teld on a telegram without au-iuicooi-1 puying warrant. Immeaiately afier I .he "kiag'? was re irrested .by, F. A. Sterens, ct the Saskatoon j police, on another .charge of ihett I The EtnergencyBrake in Business laid by a Montreal gypsy. Thia 13 tlie case where the daughter of tbrs j married the aon of another Zefcha Dernitri, and trouble arose. A warrant, also has beep against Demltri-cbarging him witli Eerioiis offense two years ago asaini the girl wlio later married hjs sou: i i PraebcaHy every business firm earriei Are, burglu and accident insurance. What about a protection fund to provide ready cash when fall off Start one. part of the yearly profits in'a. Savings Account in The Merchants Bank. Then, this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the busi- oess safely through my BANK Head Office Montreal. OF .CANADA Esublished 864. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, i K. J'n'NNTNG, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH, V. A. EBBRLY, MjnaiterJ NOBLEFORD and BAROIfS BR ANCHBS, M. A.KILPATRICK, Mgr. Gold soap is the best thing in laundry soap: ft is alsio the largest; cake for the money. It goes farther work. If you should forget the name, think of the metal that is most precious and goes farthest. That Will calf to mind the word and the soap that is most precious and goes farthest. i -i- CM u miuU fncln A CmUt Acnwiw Hmlum, In Readjusting after strenuous occupation 7 you will find an excellent: re- builder mthe debqous wheat and barley food No raise in price during or since the war. U3XDON, ;-table to the Toronto Evening Meut.-Gen. Sir Arthur Currle, Canad- ian corps commander, expects to re-' turn to Canada in June. He has been In lor three days with Sir'! Robert Borden. I Both Borden ani? Currie helieve that there Is absolutely nothins in the re- port that Prance Is lo present Canada with, Vimy Rfdge. A year ago or more >he little ruined village of Vimy, al Ihe edge of the rldso alotled to Toronto for reconstruction, just as other wrecKea French towns and village! toother British, Canadian and United cities. Bill the actual gift to Canada of Vimy Ridge, which seven miles long and several miles acroM in unlikely. If France does anjthlns in the way ol a donation of land hereabouts, it wotil'd In the opinion of your co.rrenpondsnl. be'a very snlajl comiaemorative trac: at..the crest of-, the'famous ground of the Canadians. I Pease. Head Office Montreal Capital CapitaU'PaW Up neserve Fundt Total' President, Sir Hertert S. Holt. Vice-President-'and Director, E. l Uclitral JIanater, C. Supervisor of Central; Western Urariches. IloberL Camiibell. LOANS ON, Live will, inaig liberal advances t'J (ri teed Eitlr.dlre (cr '-fc of live stock, or to Voi.mr If the present slock of catilo and hogs can be finished and 1M Brarwhtt TrroujhoVUhe 'SOUTHERN ALBERTA BRANCHES: Lelhbritlge A. Parker, Manager "ilagralh t.-.v. K'. Atkinson, Manager Cardston W, II. McKay, Manager Taber M.tr.t O. DkXson, Manager MHfRICT OTTAWA, April government mmigrallor. bill was introducoil In i he hoiifie of comraonR today by HonA J, A. Calder. Thft bill extcoflu the of Imrofsratlon noir in j 'orce. It exliintla Ihe time darfng which emigranla raay ho deported from three to five years. Prohibited are extended under, the bill. Mentally or physically unflt will excluded u peoplo unshle to read. Persons who believe In tha ovcrlhrow of 0011-. Aiilullonal lorenmient or alien enemies who have been Interned or, frorti Can it da Of trie--1; rtilt IIQ excluded. f Banking Service bantnng requirements may 1 bcxintrusted to this Bank with every confidence thai careful and efficient service be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COfrtMEfcCE property, nen lo parra.nt of Prwhrai. iriaoy other yntapile wrilcee trMt comvaom render, which enter Into'every lite bl Hence (ho Trust Company coraw more and lo fill tMt place tie toMriUcb'they are ei till Ed by tiflts o! varied form of The British Canadian Trust Co. MECOTOR, AOMIKirrMATOK, AMIGNM. ITC. owwe, kis nrrH a. Ijpn't Lose Time in the Spring Get your gears and pfurs now. 'We have a large stock on hand. Uthbridge Irot Works Co., Ltd, LETHBRIDflE MUNCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVF.R BHANCH R. T. Comniunioite at once with NORTH AMEJUCAN COLUEMlS, UMITED iUILDmO, EDMONTON, ;