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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE HIE DAILY SATURDAY, APRtL 10, 1929 HUNS WANT TIME TO REDUCE ARMY to hi Month for 20 Shovel Labor Scarce Ali.-l f, ti effectives. This reduction is yrorlded fur in th njilii of iSnyi not Iocs Wtu. oj trhurti ihV saneril wort J.P., took ______ oa. April 1th. The of Albwt I infant son Ot Mr. and Mrs. A. look rm Apftl the. little fellow hid DMB dillcs tor wrM time, and tsken tocordlns to to the dtjr for The oa Monday from Mc- r, n tnereiore oo- ine- general TUTA b.ipTing, Monday- 3nlilhv at Mmj. M surva. Shortage, of Keed in the Messn, yA. 0.' Sher- undortaking TfceiseiS Mrs! Andrew on Mrs. ot merit, slclc list during "ttL past week, ttfr rue iiisior freafhcd on the Resur- ports tfiey ere wetton of Chiitt. Ferhspi one, of the EaaUrs known for years. was year. A cold with snow Almost a foot ot snoit hut during put few and vlll mean much toward, train sermlni- Setool 9 o'clock murniht. MlM la charge of room ever by section were duo tffjbe. increased fewn two to sii men of tsiou'.b. are still tie- ioiy dui' 13 ;be suroSty o! District j lo hum and by falj the dtv school' will COLBMAN. April api shovel ilie neighbor-; not resist the caU or frost hood. Even "'.d reliable fuow On Easier Monday :mJ so wa t who has always been arailsblo in Ui? -ound Ice winier sounds breaking tin- past cinooi be Bid f.': II Is and jut-turn had uot statsi that tic work o! putting iu new beeu forgotten. The weather ties will have to be contracted this hpcome niild and hopes are en- year; due to the scarcity ot that spring has conic to, iaen, and that There i.- tirlrt Oinadtao lu returt. gr'riled prettrtnoe to wrUIn Indian The wms for ten After tiat. It might be on months' nolloe by off tke partluO to It, One of the nrat tjaMtlcms by mouth's coaferenoe b? re- newal and probable extension ot agreement. Since It ooacluded. Canadian trade with the. Wot ndlM has Increased, but U Mt 4here is largo room for development. Creation of Canadian.. govern- ment marino has added a new factor. With' of the government tratnp T it claimed, development 'of fer- vlce between. Canada, and tin en. Indies, and unking the. Casadian government powlble to much groittf extwt than hereto- fore. BIG BANK ROiBERY ST.- LOU13, A pri I Piv e. armed and masked riion robbed thtt Lowell Bank today; .'escaping' with uoauimously on record a? borrow feed to bide themj proving of the cstablishuicnt of a :0-'im-er.' lase h'otiiile! at Creafon. and pledg-j iias frightfullj- dnr. i inj full' flnancisi support. Jclesa-1 iast few weeks. Losses ircra iiir Inslitnte will i heavy. Mr. Legal, an old-limc 6ii yie bw.rd of trade tit rancher. lost ten bead ot cattle. The! meeting oil Tuesday'nUfat. askinx ffems rather ulfticult. to tbB boird's' jbut blame laid ou the kind ot feed] The "board of Irido is shipped in. 'The disease that led to specie! session ou .Monday Rde'-ooon j 5iow jcath resulted in black leg. to receive a delegation Irom Hoawell. thing untinovu In this district here-i Creefe and Crsvvford pay whi-n j the rfed qaeslion as Jt elects points. The noi worryins Uie i OiscV-'sed and mell row ln i-lew Of tne pay day on latnrday. Xolhius was gained by ihc, ittitndt to the government's Quite a number of families are leav-1 Ing for the coast where they hope toi of here will plant" formulated to .submit to the of' Iho provincial Soverntnfint. With definite auuouuce- that Ihe road between Sirda.- and Kuikanook is (o be opened this year, the threo places aforementioned are demanding that the same road he on from to Hos- thui linking up several settle- meuU that lack highway connection. weatherman-obllscd with two inches ot snowfall, followed hy show- ers first of ibe Wed- nesday halNibtidays. -Merchants, re- jiort that this year's Eaeter trade the best aver here, and the percentage of cash sales exceptionally hifh. Dr. lltjiideraon, the local officer of health, has had a busy lime of vaccination the past tec days. At tlni firtt sign of smallpox .a few weeks ago en order .was promulgateil that :ifl school children thouSil be denied school attendance unless vaccinated before Ihe opening of school after the they usually come back, Beautiful Easier services were heldj in all the churches on Easter Sunday. At the Institutional church the Sac- rament of the Supper v.'as ad- ministered at the morning service'.' There was large attendance of mem- j berg. 't j in tho evening Ihe choir saus lthbm'E: 'Tbe large -congregation a'p-1 predated the splendid efforts of the choir. The anthems were feelingly rendered and showed finish 'of detail. The riev. D. K. Allan gave a splendid address on "The Faith of the Resur- Acts -1-31. The church wns suitably decorated for the occasion. We arc Borry to hear that the Sev. Jlr.' Clay, who Has been rector ot Ihe Ajigtlean church in Colemnn for over four is leaving soon for Eng- Raster recesa. As IhDrcr are sercn] gooj scnocl districts with a total attend- znA vin ba greatly jnissed by a larse cncc or some 400 pupils some idea will Iriends and members of tbe congregation. On Sunday, April 2Bth. the Rev. W. superintendent of missions, of the work tllis has en- (ailed. Vital statistics tor llardi show fourteen births, three marriages anfl i three deaths.. Of Ih! recruits eight were boys aud sii girls. The weather i-eporl shows a total snowfall of but four inches, and trie coolwt touch of weather was ou the 9th when it was 5 above zero. The .outbreak of smallpox amongst the- tqcat Indians is now almost abat and the (inara'nllne'haE been lifted. There were no deaths and tbe spread of the disease was conlinjd lo the four cases that were noted when the trouble was flnl reported, In the 'flu opulerhlc that preceded the pox Chief Dominic carried off and prepara- tions nor under way to elect P. successor. The tribe seams to be on tho Increase, the population at pre sent .being around ISO irtlh about 126 t Wo years ago. Hen house robbery Is becoming y little too common ot lale, bul the big geat Ibeft of the sort was on .Monday night the Spratt ranch wbon two dojreri trfrds were carried off and an other dozen dead ones left behind. I Js Mirtriaed the thieves tblnkltig they wero about lo be apprehended made off in a hurry, tearing flbout a third uf theSr killing behind Ihem. Creiton Masonic lodge ij to have an official risrt from W. Bro. A. B. Stod- of Inverinere on rVl- day night next. Degree work will bo put on after which will come the usual hanqiiel. It Is expected some of the Cranbrook brethren will accompany hlrn, and the affair looked forward lo with pleasurable anticipation. Tho dlrty'weathtr liat has prevail- ed since TueaJay night bas put a orlrap In the boy scouts Eaattr neok plan of campaign. lo difforent points In the Valley were scheduled for every day. but the, snow and rjin has made the roads uncfjru'orlable for fUi-fpot travelling, The troop number; over twenty members ai failure of the manufacturer; to Instrumei'.lii Is-hnkilng up development by the local leleiilionc company, which ordnrs for about twenty in.itallatlons and caniiiTl gfil even half a dozen phones Id install. Tf tfie trouble can'not be remedied be- fore the fruit sfoippfng sfai'ir. the In- convelilsnce will he very resl. ;.hfs month detlei's vepor' xnles o( antes to Messrs. T. M. Kd inondson. C. Ailtn. K, II. Sf.nple.1 .and Jag. Adlard. This brirtga th? loca; nuto fuil well up !n the hRtMiuiiilretl niark'i with thrro gavagyn to tool: nfU't thefr upkeep. The committee in .charge- (if Itic ?oi dicra' nictnorlal have just announc'c; their Inabllliy to secure it siiitabli Mto fnr the monument il nrlsinaily intended should he In armory of Ihoso folloh sunk Ins tho great war. A tnetlihg ot tin fund guarantors is .to be called tu decide whether a iccoml dioicc sit be Rnd Iho monument gone on ov whether the rnomorial funil; l.c devoted to a library building o the projccUii cottage hospital. to conduct the anniversary services. This is always a great event in tSo j hist. mem' om the outside will avail themselves of this opportunity to hear Dr. Fer- Mre. who lias been visit- ing her brother, Mr. J.'O. C. ilcDon- aid. the last Uo months, is leaving for Nova Scotia on Friday evening's [rain. The school board has received the altered plans tor the new school. li ilory ot this congregation and the (inhere and adherents feel that many It Builds You Up are letters of gopdscheer. They tell of health restored, of nerves strengthV ened, of pain and weaKifess ovcvcome in the only natural building up the vigor'pf the human system. N _, These Tetters tell you better than we can in any, other way what you may expect from the use bf Dr. Chase's Neive Food. EveVywhere you find people enthusiastic over Dr. Chase's Neive Food. IF you do not happen to know any of these people ask your friends about this "food cure." They are suie to know of sornis cases in which il has piovsd a blessing. Clementsport, Miss Utrlruilc M5 Bnrrell, Clem- enlsporl. iS'.K liavcused Dr. Chase's Nch'r. Food with eplcn-'.' did ;For a Dumber of years I wasiiHlicUs) and yc'ius u complete breiik- cloVri; .1 spells.- sleep, had niglit. another kinil ID lake over} hours iluring thcnlay. llot it dui r.ol 5fo. to do me atiy gooil'only -ivbile I wa- taking it.1 1 neyff: really eipeclcil to get .Veil. Heading. Dr. Cliase'a'iVcrvc Food one" 1 Kav? it a Irj'nll iind from the lirst bos' cncourngcd me'.- so 1 con-. iinncd ifs IIEO. and found Brockville Mrs. AlarehsU Dellabougli. 262 Brock SI.. BrbckvilltV Ont. a year, ,1 have suffered from nervousness and ran'down sys- ,jtem. I had neuralgic pains through tiie rny nerves used to could "liot-stop tbem, 1 vras very casily ;''worried or tired, and began to feel ;'lbat my heart action becoming .-iliircali'.. I see a Doctor, me I Tfas peiyous anii ran 'down, and tonic. I com-. me need .using Dr. Chase's Nerve. nhd'st the end of three ncels. see an improvement. I took .Tmrr boxes in all, now am com- pletely cured. I cun sleep well noir: good hearty -.1 can recotriine'rid Dr; Chase's Nerve Food1 to any'liuffering front nervous trouhU of any kind, and I hope my letter will Benefit other women suffering Petrolea Jlri. 11. .Tho.mas, Eurela PeUolia, Ont. Trites: "For. over two years 1 suffered witn my nerves; soriicuines I, would break' down" com- pletely and be in bed for a week at a lime. I 'never couM get anV until about three blr four o'clock' in the inornmK. A friend rif mine one. day advised me to try Dr. Chusc's Nerve Food, nnd a treatment of this medicine proved to be what.! needed, ft sootted mv- made me sleep at night, nnd strength- ened me in every wny. I continued nsinp the Nerve Food until J com- pletely recovered. Now have no besilaliun in recQiiimending it to anyone suffering from nervous- or run-down system. am acqup.ifiterl "AJ? ThbmaJ, and believe Ip be rhaaUr.) Spalding, Suk. OIcsc B. Quaiie, Spalding; Sask. am glad to say thut Dr. Chusc'8 Nerve Food has Hone me a great deal of When I commenced using thiB medicine 1 noa very weak and run down. My- jnemory was poor. grad-i ually going down in weight. My thin, "and was troubled continually with1 tired feeljhgs Pnd I would hardly. the ovep in.the morning when iwoutil, become so weak that I would have to lie down Oqe ruy husband read of case like i.innc .whicli had been cured by the use of Dr.'Chase's Nerve he told me to it Inside of n, ino'nlh began to feel stronger, DO kept right on taking the Food until I hid used boxes There great change in con und I cannot l6ank Dr Gh'ase's. Food enough for all it has done for me." i gelling nd niy nerves sleacly stronger. My tmproveri and 1 'gained in strength, ambition sntj ileph. Now, I am nblD tb'do cohsi'lerahlc work, iirrl can highly recommend Dr. Chase's Nerve Food a good tonic for lue. whole lystcro." 1 (Alonzo Punielj, J.P. "It gives me srwit sslisfocion to vouch for tlietpilimotiy of this young intly end Ibc -hriiclU slis hns receh-ed from yuur 'TTondcrful The old method of treating Net vous diseases was the use of opiates and narcotics to deaden neryeB. Pain was at terrible expense to the nervous '.system, because this down of cells and tissues _____________With the advent of Dr-.Chaae's Nerye Food the method of treat- 1 T v... ment was because ihe idea of this "food cure" is to forW new. rich! blood and build-up the-depleted nerve cejls._ Instead of affording mere ichef Dr, Chase s Nerve Food the cause of trouble by restorins.enetgy, vigor and vitality to the whole human system, j r, Chase's Nerve Food 50 ctnti 9 box, all deakn, rr EdminMn, i. Co., Ltd., Toronto..' Every boi the portrait and A. W'.'Chaw, M.D., tlie famous Receipt Author. This Business Directory Shows a Ljst of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City Jk. SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies'and Men's Suits to MeatureJ CLEANING AND PRE8SINQ 816 THIRD'AVE. 8, J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All of.Cement Furnish- ed Free.. B26 SEVENTH 3T, S. PHONE; GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 1Hh i PHONE 1632 W. PERKINS WITH HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS -i 401 i'ifth Street South, T. ROTHWELL ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. Fine Shot! Makers and Repairers FOURTH AVENUE SQUTH, LETHBfilDOE. PHONE 1717 (QEO. V TRANSFER EdoSSf, LIGHT HEJAVY DRAYING i COAL TkND WOOD JDEL.VERED, 1317 ht Ave, North Letbbrijge. .Phone 646 D. Brunton E. J, Hoeker HAVE OPENED h f First Class Meat Market At 328 Thirteenth Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 hoped thai soon things will ;