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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN run HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL Gloomy Pidure is Drawn By Bear-Admiral Washington Quit 'April saiV dcMrtinji from the Unitefl medical oiCcers biving the-war. -In material contrast to tier dirk tfcturapainted -pi tAdmlml Washing- ion was the optimise attltuuVof Heor- Admiral: Flstcher.- 'who., was en in tno day. P. BRANCH IN N. S. TRURO, X. S.. April 9.-A Xovl Bcolik vbrar-ch of the party of vecterdply. R. A. Mocdonold, HallfBX, was elect- first president. was organized WASHINGTON', April. of ihe t'niteu States naval adniinistui- v i tiori T.as by Rcsr- Admiral F. K. Fleiehi'r. before ilio I t-'OUiniittco the I fair itlayod the nsvy Inline war. I Admiral Fletcher, replying 10 AA-' I iv.iral Sims' charge of imp'reiiarediiess.! ileclureil lhaf'.two before I Slates .entered the., vvar tire; [navy general' bof.rd prepared u preheuslve p'ai: for -.rar 'sgalnsi ej nlral power" of .E-jrdpe. He l.'ullfd Slates navy was U prepared as any other navy in tiio i IS whni the srest war burst COSTS MONEY TO BUILD April greai- ly cost tsi l-uiltilnj! material auJ bbor aijiitly demonstra yeMenlay teniler.; '.vere opened for the construction of a 12-room school here. The fcsn :ender for J245.SOO. considerably more than dou ole the cost of the last school erected a which was for a similar ar.d ecst 110.000. Indian Opposiiion to Indian Act Amendments Considered by Committee OTTAWA, April Canadian Continuing their opposition to the proposed amendment w thf ln-r dlan Act, delegates frosn British Col-; umbia and the Sis Xatioas irloes ed in Eastern Canada, charged bslore the special committee today, that the amedmcnl meant more .than compul- sory enfrfjjchltement. It would force an "indinn from his tribe and his re- serve, -jccordinfe to: A. O'Meara, ropretontlnB At tho outset. Wv A. man, declined to allow to tell of a conference with Hon.'Arthur Sleigheu. minister of tho interior, yes- terday. Mr. O'iletira also incurred the clmir- man's by failure to produce citations.In 'support, of-contentions. "We have the welfare of the Indian at heart, aid you afe'not helping them any by committee. For the last time, i'say emphatically we will not wtstc time parloyius vrith you all satd Mr. Boyi." A laeinoilal fountain 1 Italy co-ting K-.OM will bo Harrijlim'i! tribute itf heroes. When you want genuine Worcestershire Sauce Ask for it by name: Lea 6p produced 80 years and never yet approached in quality, flavor end goodness. VANCOUVER, B. C.. April veiling of the memorial to Japanese f soldiers fought in the In the Canadian expediiioufity forces, took place this afternoon. Aldernum J. J. ollichuini; in the absence of the mayor and acting mayor. The memorial, a C4-foot i-olunui o( riaddington Isif-titl whiio sandstone, occidental in general design, wllh just a touch of the Oriental in the carved Fapanese lantpm at the top, has a pic- turesque setting amid the forest giants of Stanley Tark. Following the iiuveilitig, AMernitm i McRac switched on a light wlifch .will be kept continually burning. The JreatAVar Verentns' Association banil patriotic airs during the cere- mony. 7hc ORIGINAL and Genuine Worcestershire PoH.cK Is Hungry AILThe Sleeps Like Tanlac. "Yes; sir I can recommend Taniarj tnd ari glad to join in with all tbs 'othersSfbo are praising said Alex. J-ollatk, a. 'farmer, 1565 McTaviah Rfegina, re-eiiily. Continuing ho said': "ForvUires years I have an tremely poor appetite., in .fact, j-oor I: would -go to -the- table., time after time, after a day.'s work and.get irp -wiinout being ablt la eitn thing >Vhen !I iii maaage to eat a JitUa Mniaiteng'ftrdld'not raf a partlile.o'f good, paJuaJly.be came EO ana run-aown .1 couli hardlyL; do'- my .work. I had n se-vere pain "ii my back .tinjea. and if. ied any hard vcrk tb.7do.-thla-.paln inade ven' difficult. I was so rest less I ,could get but- Hllia' sleep as would just roll and toss from o'.. side ot the bed lo the other all msh lone. "One day a neighbor mo con piainiiig and advised me to try Tan lac, and l.ani certainly glad I did, fo rhavb' taken'only-three bottle T am feeling simply fine and bavo sucli a. good DpLietlte t am hungry all tho 'time. and I am Eatnlng In weight and etrehgth every day and can do my work with. more ease than in a long time. T gleep I iike all night long now and be-j sides sleep a couple, of hours In I hayen't'-been lo-'do in years. I.think Taulac la a. and I am glad to say a sood.'word for it." Tanlac is sold in Lethbridge by John D.- Hisinbotham Co.; In Coal- burst by niamond Dnig fr Stationery Store, 'ard in "virarntr by 35rs. N.1 Der- Statement That Ontario's -Men- tally Defective Children Not Properly Educated is Cause TdEONTO, April parties in the {Ontario legislature joined -yester day In denouncing a statement attrib this city. In a WITHDRAW PREMIUM FOR SILVER MARK BERLIN', April Urfdisbank has. announced r.bat it will fborf'y withdraw its offer to r.oy a for the silver mirk in view of ibe- drop in the price .T! silver all over the world. Last January, 'as P. result of the premium offer, one. silver mark ves bringing eight rcaiks in currency Chicago banks will put their daylight saving plan Into force. Bant- ing hours will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p. m. Maurice Anderson of Chicago, shot and killed his wire, Idella, formerly Miss of Winnipeg. aad then shot himself In the stomach. criticism of the government for laving properly provided for the ei ucaUon of mentally defective chll dren In this province. The criticism occurred In an address given by Dr. Hincks at the Ontario Kduentional Association convention here this week.' Dr. Hlncks was credited with ths statement that ho "had enough facts to blow np the parliament buildings." The matter brought up by Hou. G. lior.'ard Ferguson, who character- ized Dr. Hlnck's statement asj'reck- and unwarranted.'1 jGoqka I iHI'LOH WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVE HER ALONE Eva P.-Yateuian, Knigersilorf, Oni., feel that I must write and tell you of the great benefit I-have received irom Hil.lmra's Heart find Nerve Pills. About lour years ago I talion terribly had with my nerves mnl fainting spells, and was down in bed for ab.oat sir months. I doctored different doctors seemed to 'gel better, although tlic-fainting, anclls would not .leave me. I would take such terrible falls' i wherever 1 was. that it was not safe to leave me alone nt any time. At last 1 1 decided to resort to proprietary medl- cinss and took severnt uilferasl kinds, but seemed to receive hut little benefit from them. One day noticing the. ad- vertisement of- Mllburn's Heart and Xerve Pills I try. them, and before I had iakcn more than two bosea 1 could see Uiey were helping me. I have taken about ten boxes, 'and am almost cured of terrible spells. I sincerely feel that your1 medi- cine has proved a and I advise any one troubled with their heart to try I am confident they will find relief." Jlilburn'a Heart, and Nerve Pills are 50c, a box nt all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price-by The T Jlliburn Co.. Limited, Toronto, Columbia j; READY CUT MACARONI THE MEflTOFTHE WHEAT OTTAWA, April 5 Canadian supporters are holding i. caucus'this niorning'in the reading room of the hous U is .understood the.chief Items up lor discussion are -certain clauses of tho franchise bill now bat'ore the com- mons, and to which has been by members on both sides of tho 'chamber. When Hie bill was liefore tho commons for fii'si reiuung. Hon. Hugh solicitor-general, stated that the government had no objection to making some changes re- quested In regard to the disenfran- chipemont, and this morning's cato- cus Is likely to determine what these changes are to ba. When the caucus adjourned at 12.45, Sir George Foster stated that the var- ious phases o! the franchise bill had been freely discussed. There hud been a general interchange of opinion on the different features ot Ihe by which the government would be guifl- ert when thf. measuro was again be- fore' lhi house. RENTAL COURTS FOR ONTARIO TORONTO, April of rental courls may prove the Eohi- tion of the problem of high rents in Ontario, nccorniiiK to Hon. "WaltH' Hollo, minister of labor. Mr. Holio'? proposal, as ontllned today, is to give munictpslltleB throitghuut the pr.iviure authority to appoint local courts with power to regulate rents. "The courts would be appointed constituted along Ibc line of courts of Hie minister ARLOW'S EAT Phone 796 for'SATURDAY Plate Boiling Beef, 2 Ibs. for................. 25c Veal 25c Link Sausage, per 25c Pure Beei Dripping, per I'o...............'. 2-5c Your Spring Requirements Are Here In Dry Goods and Rfiady-to-Wear (JarmsnU A wonderful range of all the new things, correct in style, colorings and moderately: priced. N. TEG INCREASE WINNIPEG, April a iarRely atlendcd kneeling of ilio 'civic empldy- een' federation laat night, it was unani- mously decided, In view of tho great- ly increased rod'of living during Iht past year, to ask the ciiy council ffir n flat Increase cf a month instead of Ihc already proposed by Ihe council. Spring Wedding Gifts An Illustrated Booklet of Suggestions of our irjt-oMown cuslomerE iiavy friends or who arc nnticlpating jnarriugo sprinK. Tlrey will find i! very hard ID sot suitable wodding nl prices a? arc Fulvnncliig rapidly and the tnanTifnct- urers report liial deliveries will be t OUR MAIL ORDER CATALOGUE contains hundreds nf fiullable Klfta at prices consistent wllh ;md scrvico. We have not 'ii'Ovutiral our catalDBUt iirifs In cwisc- our buying curly last snring inryiu n Diving lo you, If jjoodii purchiiijctl arc-nut satisfactory wo Mill refun'l your iiioney, SEND FOP, CATALOGUE TODAY R.I G H T Uothbrlcigc's Bigocst and Finest Store BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE 1920 1898 SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, BLOUS- ES, CORSETS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, CHILDREN'S WEAR, WOOL DRESS GOODS, SILKS, CREPES, VOILES, WASH SUITINGS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS, AND DRAPERIES. An Extensive and Attractive Range of Spring Suits A oood plain Serge Suit, in nifty, styles More elaborate styles in Gabardine, Tricotirie and Serge to Jersey Cloth'Suits, smart styles for small women to The Prettiest Dresses fo All Occasions Tricolette, Satins, Tafettas, Georgettes, Jerseys, Serges arid Tricotme. These dresses are priced very close and are wonderful Silk Dresses at up to Serges and Jerseys -up to SELECT YOUR NEW BLOUSE FROM THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA We have pretty Silk Blouses for every fancy at arid up to French Voile Blouses up" fr I8.-50 Striped Crepe and Habutai up to Rich Striped Satin VOILES AND WASH SUITINGS Frencli and English Voiles In floral, stripes, plaids and conventional designs, 40 iniiliCH wide.- At per yard, Plain White Voiles at to Palm Beach Suiting at 75c'aml Near Linen Suitings. 75c and All Linen Suitings, per yard SI.75 Mercerized Suiting, yard 'Gabardine Suitings.. and Indian Head Suiting at 65c IT'S CORSET TIME You will i-equirn'a mva- corgot to fit your new outer pirnioiils-.over. not have tbe La Camllle Front Lacing Corsets are the leading lino in America, the only ventilated tack corset. The closed hack is, npUheallliful.. "La Ca'mille'' in at up to THE GLOVE STOCK Everything Durable for Spring Wear. Kid GWes at to Wlille, Cape Gloyes up to 34.00 Black Suede Cloves ;Chamoisette.Gloves, all at and Extra Quality Kayser Silk Children's! at 75c, 90c and J. FINE UNDERWEAR MULLS Nainso'oks 'atld' Long Clotlia. 30" iriclios wide. Sott lloisn. Per yard The House Decorating Time Will Soon Here You will require new curtains and draperies. Our stocks arc your Velours, il'r.ench Shadow Cloth, Tapestrigs, Scnmsv Nets, Marquisettes and Casement Cloths. A full range to select from 'at prices that are .sure to please. Let Us Show You The Newest Silks DUCHESS AND SATINS 3C and -10 inches wide, in. all IIii- shades for nftnncun o: cvrnlng ivciir. At per yard and MONEY -BACK AT THE OLD PRICE Sli.vlus in :stock: -Itrowti, copen, pnsne, grey "find, green. A Kuarnntepd1 silk cuffing. Same price years ,'igb, SWISS TAFETTA IN 36 inches wide m shades of rose, copen, navy, sand, taupe, brown, peach, pink, sky, and wjii.le. Per yafd and The Smock Silks V CREPE DE CHINES AND GEORGETTES altic colorings. Per and FANCY SILK VESTINGS Priced at and 2G ami 40 inches wide In a durable rich In all tlic prolly spring shculos, at per and HOLEPROOF HOSIERY In tilk or iiso silk -.tltli rililicd loim. Ail rulois and tilack ami white........ I Per pair LISLE HOLEPROOF lllafk and white only. QHr CHILDREN'S COVERALLS H yearn. Well innile of good 1 Cfl ilrong nintcrials. 1'rfte CHILDREN'S JERSEY SUITS 2 to 6 years. White, copen and -i QA brawn, I'rICc, "pe'r aull ;