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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACT? TEN TIIR I.CTHHHIDOli HERALD THURSDAY; APUIL 15, I, tioa in Ireland, Mr. Bcmnr Law re- shall only be- too glad to change- policy If but mnot say anything more than that j wust take every precaution Ii1- our ously stored rank and o( British labor and general strike he- its shadow beyond tho Tho Irish Independent remarks: "Xow that the government has Urd- r to protect Uti> IH'-BLIN, April 13.--C'onini3ntins en H'." release yestcrUay of 65 Sicu Fein on a hunger strike in ion yesterday, Ireland haa worked H- ir.'.o such a i-assioa over tbe ily given way In some measure to Jus- tice and humanity.' lot it. la God's indulge In no more wraujlins. prisoners." i .Prchlbit Feed Exports j April on I Final Decifiou After Imperial War- ships from Britain OTTAWA, April Cana- dian the senate Sir James Louyhecd made a state- ment behalf of the government on the naval policy. govern- ment had decided lo defer In the meantime actToft in regard to the adoption of a naval policy for Can- ada, he said. The jjenerat ques- tion of naval defense of the cm- pi re, he caid, would come up at .the approach Ing Imperial confer- ence, and the governmtnt had de- cided to carry on the Canadian .naval service on pre-war lines, accepting the offer of tht British gcverr.meRt of one light crjlstr and two torpedo bout destroyers to take the place of the present cbsclolc and useless training ships, the Nlobe snd the Rainbow. Canadian officers who are In the Imperial strvice and ars be- ing pafd by the Canadian Govern- rriir.t havt been recalled sod will be placed on duly In tKc Cana- dian naval service. The Canadian naval college also will be contin- ued. After reorganisation, he add- cd, only those officers, naval rat- 1 sr.d civilians wit! be taken on who arc absolutslv necsEtsry and possess the qualification Deluge cf Requests OTTAWA, April o! a bonus to returned nicc One letter -jsks today .'or GS slsur.ce in a :i uTid v.-anU a motor lorry so applicant say go into business witb a breathing space .it i transport have denu'leil IOKUS ot j authorities in Ou'olin Mod. i: may b? accepted as Burn Government Office ticatwa for the climb-down, v.-hich in April internal other clrcuniatanies would have revenue at Dunlwlk was bum- vvboily 1 yestorday.' A nurabiT of men rush- "It ii.t'Oo soon to for tiieled into the building. ;-eiied the mem- recovery of spveral ol I'M vlciims is hers of. the working staff and set -tho x.-jvtly tVrc-uianV1 oltlce oa ttre. No I'l.'ort made Journal, "but the iis'cny, ration is j to s'Jbduo the flanies until after the. relaxed and the indfjsnciit -passion j arrival of the soldier.', which required' strong 'counsel am- j County Clau Shootina sflf-euntrol to check, can' nor.- u? di-1 IH'BUN. April persons ivcied into a (letjrininaticn jare reported to have been killed and the sysiein which co'aKl ?o; nine others vonude-J iu a shooting County leged the involved, adion of Irish Luborites .had omir.-Those killed were civilians. DEATH OFUIE GUI to brc--k the sysiein which coala ?o; nine others iu a si nutruRe humanity and defy justice by j affray It Milltown Mxlbty. that might bp.ve betrayed thu j Olare, thii' morning. It is allej in'ople inlo extremes of violence. Thi- police and military were in Don'tletconstipationpoisonyoarbtood ondairtsilyourenergy tfyourliver end bowels don't work prop- sily take CAHTER'S Urer Vint today and your f trouble will________________ ceasi. For dizsiness, bck of appetite, i. Headache and blotchy siin nothing can equal them. Purely Tegstable. SsaD Price Da-CiBTEP.'SIROS PILLS, Nature's great nen'e arid 'Wood tonic for Anemia, Ktoujsttisra, iVen-aunus, and F enisle Weaknus. Will-Be Held Thursday Evening Member of Family With Fine Uecord The inquest on tho late Dave Gar- diner will be held this evenicr; at 8 o'rloc-i. Deceased, who was liorn in Scone. Perthshire, according Infor- mation submitted to the Herald this momlns. was horn in 1SS1 and was Sf, years of age. He came to Canada from Washington in' 1910.' and over since that time was employed'on the strec-t railway here. In addition to his wife..-'the. family of the: deceased consisted of three'little girls. Bessie, Frances. bahy. Throb of the hrothers ot the late Dave'Gardiner.-John, Boh and Frank, used to live in the city. 0! these one, Frank, went lo the front from here and was killed. Six brothers in all of the deceased i joined-the colors'at the time of.'the. [war and, In I was killAl. The .-funeral -will place from Fette'rly's parlor.Elb' the! p.m.'oji Satur- d'by. j Relatives of th'e'deceaspd told ihel Hernld-thlg morniDB that he was-inj good physIcal hecjth'-Xnti-are satisfied due to an'-acci- Keep the Cook Cheerful AND BUY HER A BAG OF YOUR GROCER WILL GIVE IT TO YOU; ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ANOGILVIE COOK BOOK TOO CANADA'S BEST FLOUR Only Dominion Bonded Ware- houses Will be Permilled Alter That Bate Paying Till for Neglect fcuwsare to daap 'and frequently result ta 'n derange- ment of tha Kidneys ami Bladder.. "When IhEse'important oigans iall to ;dp Hut f, Tarlous erila BT if 6, such as rlieuius'ism; awollen Iiaa3s twid stiff- .lumbago, iciatic; neuralgia, aiono in 1hs bladder or gravel, eseraciating. paina in tbe tacfc and constant headaches, floating before the "Cj'w, naccLsincas of inind "ffillioat JEASOD, isad geiiflTal fiebilitj. y 'Jheao are slgna of kidnet- aad ttouble, Trhieh inquire iianiediatoattcaticn, Themott depend- able zemaly is found in Gin Tills. They .rjilen prarent tta operations which con- (tantnegltcttnay render ncceaKiry. Thej and safely relieve congested kidneye, passing slons and gruTel, fccal- rag end floolhing iaflained organs atd restoring them to nonnal. Thousands' of letters from people have been ttliercd ate .oontimially coning to ua, TJujii often cs to Fptcad the good Bswf lo other suffeiefs that Gin Pills and Baielr IT ill bring tfco Xilp they .need. Send for frseissmpk, or go direc-t to yonr druggist or dealer, SQc a box. Money refunded if relief EDMONTON, April U quor houses In Alberta will go out of business under the provisions of the act Just passed by the provincial legis- lature on Mny 10, SO days after the passage of the act being allowed them before the closure Sixty- seven export houses now'doing busi- ness'within'the province will be tected by Iho closing order; H is underatooil that liquor exporters pro- post testing out tbe new legislation, and idll possibly appeal to tlie courts. According to the terms of the new act, only Dominion bonded warehouses will bo iisrmUled I May 10. Lricunses for such'establtsh- menls will be Issued from Ottawa after consultation with the Alberta attorney- general, whose sanction it is under- stood must be secured before licenses arc issued, The' attorncy-generarhas already Intimated that he will not sanction aucb licenses. OXFORDS P UMPS Ex-Councillor Hugh McDonald, a well known inluer of Gface Bay, N.3., bled to death a. splinter of penetrating the artery of a leg. Continued from front Page.) FOR SPRING Newest styles and colors in.kid and patent leathers' jusl arrived. We cajiy all widths and per- fect fittings. 7 SEE OUR KIDDIES' SHOES For school iu flexible welts, solid leather and at last year's prices, All sizes up to boy's 5Va. Cushion Hole Slippers arid Boots for thy aru our and our prices fire righL De Wolfe's Shoe Store ,.60B THIRD AVENUE Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. sot gwen. VK rcnioved from Jail to an hohpllal Too National Urug i Chemical Co. on March 20. Mr. Bonar Law sr.ld the of Cjumda, Limited, Toronto. United .government had declined to release Slaloi Address. Na-nru-Co., Inc., 202 lo'Iirien, hut had oppressed 'willing-.] Jtsin 3t, Bnffab, N.T. 251 ness to send him lo n nursing home owing lo his condition. Viscount French's Statement Mr. Bonar Law read a': dispatch from Ylaconnt Trench, lorn-rietiienant of Ireland, as follows: "FolltrA-lng Jhn O'Hrion precedent, authority was given to the governor of Mount Joy prison to liberate any prisoners HwatMng trial for rlei'oria- tlon who were, fortified by tho doctors to be in Imminent danger of death sod requiring treatment which could nut given In prison. T'mler thesf! tifj prisoner? hivrr hopn re on parole for a pr-rinrt differing! i in each case according to ita particu- lar nature. I should c-xprissiy stalo[ (hat mistaken have- been made hy [ho j authorlllc-R rind some of iJO wore who h'td been cimvlrtc-d ar.rl were servlnc werfi In no case entitled io be released on parole, i think Ihls should be (-sprees- ly made known go that 31 inay he un-1 derslood that Piirh action as was; taken In vcg.ird to the htingcr flrik- ers wap based on tire decision with j regard (o tho fieleage on parole was ncmT inlomlc'd lo apply to tho cases of men wlio were conviclerl on John Robert TiaLor, .Mr. Bonar Law whether hrj c-nnld nni Ihinl: this a Tilting occasion (or sonic change in the government's Irish policy, in the event (he release of these prison- A few cents buys "TJjndcrine." Aft- r flJi npplicotlnn of "Uantlerino" you an not find a fnllcj] hair or any besides every hair shows llfer vigor, brightness, more color era produced a much improved PER DOZEN Friday Saturday 604 Third Avenue South You Can From tH-3 staddijoint of superior qualities, of cxlensive- ness of assoilmcnts, o[ fairest ami most moderate pric- ing, this big store stands ready to meet your needs in the most'satisfactory possible manner. BEAUTIFUL NEW PATTERN HATS to v NOW READY FDR YOUR Many-uf them styles not shown OIKJ of a'kind'and all confined exclusively to tills store! for. LeAtirlije. Sorao of tho smartest anl lir.cEt (reatlciis of the entire scaJou now on ilis- __________________Play. Our Ready -lo- Wear Septipiri its sujierh new stocks of suits aul eaalf, skirts and himonas, petticoats, sweaters, etc., featuring 'uyfar the largest stoclts ovei here, and prices, so our customers tell us, which arc far ami away Letter than similar goods arc sold for in other WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT, X. From tha highest to plfcred. ttiese uii thu bos men ost oLtalnablc slyJcs some'fpartlcuUrly attpactly.e ents are shown at- the1- price you vyaijyto .Materials arc finest' serges, gair.rdir.B black, sand, Coiienhagen, anil ifitolinc-s. o'vI'Vi -iu'--nncy, Very Exceptional1 COAT YALUESf rully'as cheap' as garments ofta similar ;cli'arac'tcr s.bld nt 'i clucb ot-'cbils ,foAtui-eS that is 'desirable and becoming in fh6 rery' iai'r'st stylss. fnOlndins; bblh shDrt and teg Icr-gOis in lin- "seltones. silvertones, velours, .iweejs. Prices arc heller by to you Wonderfully Attradiy? Dresses to yERY MOBEkAT ELY PRICED. These Creases have sstured tlie highest praiss from IVUHJCH -'.vlio liAio iho not for their BUperior stylcr, 1-ut for tlin unusunHy inntlerHle pricing as Kpli-'iitlid slocks now of seys and serges, tricotiaes, Eeorgcites, tuffstEK. iHifiicsso. 'nlc.. in all. mall rvgkilar cuul Sizes Up'iO ii. A Great and Variety in Showing of Silk Reficoats to Tsffita Silk Flounce tnffetine' top f lain and Fancy Tussali Silks, very serviceable Shot Taffeta Silk, in many colors. Specif Silk .Jersey Petticoats, pleated flounce Heavv Silk Pcitrcoats, with sintrasting crl' jii.F-.: cr.t in pccGr'jccn flounce WONDERFULLY ATTRACTIVE "WAISTS IN SILKS, CREPES GEORGETTES to The finunt and ilam'ieat dhowiligs nut) ;il! hslling jiricC.1! .no lifo'i'sr ili3Ti thOiu WAISTS GEORGETTE WAISTS to lo Big shoeing of Ktylcj and colorc, and dark coloiY. SPECIAL VALUES IN VSILK HOSIERY 3CUGHT PEFORC THE SHARP ADVANOES WERE PUT ON AND SELL- ING AS CHrAP A3 WE SOLO THEM FOR LAST .YEAR., SILK HOSE at heavy (voigli1., wfiiring iioio. 'n white rnuge of rill oilier wank'l colorw. SILKKOSEat very npiiclnl ahovrif-in colors black, hro'-vis, iircy; cJi.unjiiigTic ;uid navy. UNMATCHABLE VALUES YARD' GOODS HAHO TO GET NOW SHOWN EXTREMELY MODERATE. Vtry lhrcr.4, tolf-r. (viclo. LINEN CRASH 21 Inches wide, heavy HircMii lin.'jii, FINE BRIDAL CLOTK 42-INCH -EMBROIDERY COTTON" fine liiienil-, iioll Bud frtim ilrcfcinj. cxtrj 7Sc 45c 75c CLARKE 614 3rd S. L E T H B R I D C, E ;