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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta M THK LU'lHHHIlHit Slory Told at Vancouver Hindu King of lagiand'lh sue proportion to Was Modest cry B.C.. April U. thai Ranjht Singh, priest and reader In Sfkh temple on Second 'avenue ilosed the Granih Sahib, from which fce bad beeu-reading to the assembly fee. marlits ol- BhSl Coblnd Singh. Vi'llh a .siiow o( reverence ho drew the holy book.Its Eliken covering ind HaEub SInRti..who while thb vol- was unprotected had .waved a big unite duster brer U to guard it from possible contamination, put away the Junior. Bhal llangnl now addressed the con- trpgallon, stroking big great curly bisck beard. with us under rdbf. one ot our brother- hood to the records U.lhiS rChaba andMo the lore ot the grip'mbr'e afary foremen to tell. "Our broUlor, Ressaldar Gattjh the Lion, this roof, Is one of those whose deeds.-are (n ,th.o. books of the English Our brother" yyas ileo tlie DODD'S KIDNEY he greatness of his deed. Ae it Is known to you the highest reward by.the English former- rices in battle Is a little cross fabri- cated of meUl from guns taken from ;he. enemy in cobfHci. To the' honor of the Khalsa it may be said, that not a few Sikhs have this cross. Our brother tbe Resraldar Gangh Singh, la one ot those. He is here Jo- diy, blit-tamorroV will take ship for Hind. For your edification he will tell the tale of bis deed which brought honor lor men to tell. Let me speak ot the deed of certain men of my reglmbn who. dying, left a story worthy to bo lold. was at Balm, in Roum. (Turkey Thcra was a river to cross and a I- arldge- must be inajle of very heavy' !Lre froni guns. It was asked that men from oiy regi- ment volunteer to prepare tho brtdg's, ti very dangerous Bervlce.' 'All vol- unteered, thotJSK death almost certain. A number were chosen, and mid? bridge Bui when the" work was :almost done; all had been slain save one man, to whom'it was given: to complete the wotjt alone. 'But it Vae finished and a bat- talion rushed .across, and though many we're-tlMh enemy was driven from hit trenches and victory VM wop. Those piepared the bridge died, but the talo of their deed will never "And the leader ot those who pre- pared tho bridge and the man who completed tho .work alone, tbe only aurvlvor, and the firat to volunteer, my said Bhal Raugul. when the flstifjvolce "was 'the UessaldaF.Gangh Iho Lion." The members of the congregation rose to itielr teel. their 'arms' raised In the Sikh salute. "Rangb! they'shouted. MOKE GErMAN TROOPS RUHR AREA 1 The Emef gency Brake in Business PtactiuiUjf" eiery business firm'rcamea.: fire, burglar_and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance a protection fund to provide ready cash when sales fall off or collections are slow 7 Start one. Put part of profits in a.. Savings Account in The Merchanta Bank. Then, this Reserve Fundof undivided profits be instantly available to carry the busi- ness safely through any taantialstringency. BANK HIGHER THAN EVER adticea Es re-. ported from a reliable sourca tjiat Cif.hl thousand additional. !v .-German; soldiers have catered -.thecentral, jono. {JEW YORK, April of tbe Stutz Motor, Car Company taken of he New York stock exchange at the request ot the company's Allan A. Ryan, after the exchange suspended trading In it, ivent on sale on the euro today and higher trices than ever. The finst Eales were at. TOO and ilO, and as high as 730 was asked. The price, when the ex- change stopped trading, was 391, and auction prices since then had been 705 and 701. Ryan, whose resignation from Jbe tendere'd "Vith accusations that members or-tbe.toard ot govern'- ors in Stutz when trading was stopped in' it; bag not been ac- announced favor' of 'Incorporation- of the ex- change. April, council of at today's sessbn receiv- ed Iho rejwrt.of.tbe naval experts vrith regard 19 hoitlDg. ddck tonnage to handed over In com- pensatipn for.the scuttling of the Ger- man Flow, it develop- ed that a tons of this malerlal'.hii been discovered by tbe niisulon. A.basls for the distribution Qt thIB among Uie allies was adapted iVy-U-'.i.cQuncll. ;-The' reply of-tbe peaco delegation with regard to the peace lenr.s submitted by ihe allies to Hun- gary wss taken up and further con-' sldered. j V..' This discussion of tho reply, hpvv- ever, was not .completed at slon ....i- i'i 'The council has decided 16 ask' a report froin the luternullonal com- mission appointed. to supervls'o.'lhe iixing of tne boucdary betiveeh'East Prussia and Poland and lh" Slarieri; wcrder district before deciding upon :be dato of the plebiscite to be beld in that district under Articles 96 and 37 of the, peace treaty. VANCOUVER WOMAN WAS POISONED VANCOUVER, B.C., April ergatlhe] poison was administered by some person or persons unknown, waa the finding of the coroner's jury. In- vestigating the death of Mrs. Isabelle Couture. An accidental overdose of medicine was at frrst thought to have been the cause. COAL'SHORTAGE -IN NEW ENGLAND BANK OF ENCL'AND. STATEMENT LONDON, April. weekly statement .of o! England shows the following changes sterling: Total reserve" increased Bullion Increased- Pgblic deport? 'decreased Other deposits'gecreaeed Note reserve increased. Government 30407 13 M 000 F..CC3.COO .10.SCO.OOO Ram- M.liA.; Brigadier-General II. f. McDonald, general manager ot the At- lerta industrial Development Assbcia-. lion; and' Mayor M. A. Brown, bt Medi-' ;lrie lett here on a speaking lour on beh'alf Canada's Industrial CongresE.Tbey are to address meel- ijigs .at St. P.auC Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto" and Hamilton. At eacji ;pt'these-places they will place titf.bbje'ats'of the Congress before pub- llq bodies and Issue to them a personal InyltSUpu (p. attend. They expect to well known finan- cial and Industrial men to address 4ho sessions vrhlch will be held during the tour of Alberta and British Columbia from June 2nd to 10th. General McDonald before leaving the cityj. said .'thai he had received most cordial Invitations from the organiza- tiona vin- mentioned" Al- berta men to address them on the sub- ject of-.-the'iCongress and industrial opportunities Kin, the West generally, He. stated.'that'the oifice of the Con iu receipt of a num acceptances In answer to the are sent out :He slid that-'from tbe mass of corre- spondence on the subject therejwas nd doubt that Ibc Congress uas it rictlng a deal of atle-i tio'T fcrnh in Canada and the Unttet States t L t r Vlr Not merely the best value, or the best at ia pticeirtJbut positively the best at Blue Ribboi> Tea Try It. The proportion of the" banks servo 17.49 percent, last week was 14 c9 per cent Rait ot 1 per cent Nen ser fcu fcufi ries thrja' FINANCE NEQOTIATIONG The Kovehimtnl bas arrajsc d Brltiak goicTinon for to ej-ible. Argentine to Hqul date 000 loin maturlig 'eople's Forum Mny )t> o-a'najable In Vew Ycrl jidcnt IroiffiSen- "A OHOSTLY L1AR FJ tor herald i your of the 10th spric'e and -a prominent boxed 1 e d n? Give Chief a ar to a :HUerhtc- and notoritfusly tm- trj _Q5resat'o3 bf words hi i U- B ot C'7 St C x u x j Sa ce I BRANCH OF CANADA Established 1884. R. TRAVELLERS' Convenience, and efcohorhy are secured by the use of Travellers', Cheques JSMied by this Bank. They enable the er lo'iucuiuy liimself and are'readily converted into the cur rent coin of any foreign country. SJA THE CANADIAN BANK QF COMMERCE PAID OP CAPITAL FUND LVTHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Brymncr, Manager. HOSTONY Mass April ious shortage of coal {o l.tnd's railroads and .._.....r- to ,n-vc 3 f jaJdwt iri a tailmp.iit of all passenger -schedules The preside it H I X i'tdUEtT-ifO shutdown jhepUdned this arrangement in con Mlarils Mater II Coal ra'lroads mjrc .wlttl urgent rectueat lidV CI Itel Cicre lo only or tlvj? appro c the sat >e days'ot normal operation Jndu tt ol house ,bj ch Buttered'Ihroiigh con istall5ii b> uio lend lo 'EnganJ conimercial coal in t4aa Frarce inJi Jor the sEl with bins in sight. act on I and without Griping or Sicfcttiing your: So Goircn.ent" aUv. jt th >ojr Head Clear ComplMton Rosy, lircatii'-and v. jt Bitiou ncs He cliche or Upset Stomach.; th no ;replenishment b{ tkoir rim-chase ot fpofl produb Vihich .ght. l been ne rMnt tor ino ears. t o U aint.d is do vith is tj2i iaca d, wiJch IplguMm G ton TIUjSPSoaTi, o thai t lot to atd [lubllu X -I] _ _ I _ Oh Dear, My Back! How it Aches! In Gillos- r 0um yaaiSLlaf tht gloal works of p nattj little cgim imnntal "'f rto rctlolcn c( ferS TPtl OHlc pie f and cane t HID pturl iSr Se gtanl t 1 "ti pcrfo -le-tl flu UK fte from which, and other con- I cbjcctors were eonspicuou's fay and who hid i eir.f elves I rom Aug. 19 1 to No v he feaost caught. PARTS, April peaco iThft.-Hungarians it'ia'-impos- dslegates will refuse to any sible dispuled to niones, treaty which does not pYovftle, Without as (he national plebiscites Jn lerrHotles franr assemlily does not Co Ham dclcgites their country, It Is learned on good from the districts in (lueitloh, find authority. Intimations haVe b-Ir ad} docs not possess aufhontj HUliOEo reached Ihe: deiegalts that dcmuiJn of them without tlie conseaj o( ior pletflEcitea will be reCusud and it atee'rtedlherS irf lit i is thought possible Count Vpjo I Hungary no political part> existing yl, head of the Hunga Ian r'presBh'a. nor ctnilti one he formfed whlrn tlvcs, will not return lo Neiulljiiiti) would aGsume on the'policy of receive tho supreme council's th3 proposed ninputalions, objections recently tiled here j land thus Ihe onl> thtf cdft Aa soon'33 the councils reply is assure the execution of cpived, it is expected tho prccldenl of 'such R treaty nould be by (orce tho peace conference ll lid inforntad -voicing prolonged occupation Of dif that tho Hungarian delegates havp hot ficutl monnltln regions by largfc nrmj been empov.-ered lo sign such a ireqljr units simplj cinnol nnrtersland Mie oj su irfi g r ih, the cyrs of its recipipi Ific he L of the nat j test) nioniaf giia.'fintces h'vt the day comes for leanjpg op -it it vl'l be there mointime it Is loolt d at tbK bj up A telep lone po e Tcefulb our ca of in the body, which causes rheumatism and gOUt eral years ago, Dr.Pierce discovered a combination: of pharmaceutical products that ise out the pOK by exes ting-the kidneys.' the irritated bladr dor, so that now many mite Dr Pierce as to the i. wonderful benefits' tHeyhavo received from this anti-uric kidneyJlablet c ailed" Sold by druggists, "send 10 cents to Dr Pierce'g branch Laboratory in Bndgeburg, Out f HAMILTON sulfercd'wttli rheumatism for the last; five years irid thtce bottles of Dr. Picrce'g 3Very'l runnlnr at ID milts in Jiour nil! do e to 1 0 fed This :P rcase in dgtnnce rcrjniretl to stop n -IraveHiug. at high rates nfj recti Ig one o( tho .cniisei of acci- ,ehts driving amateurs. i They find they can stop al a certain instance whcii travelling 20 mile? an our, and forset to estimate that'll will take (oiir times to stop when travelling 'orty. r It the street happens to be a little moist or Covered wJth. slush or Ice t tnkes a greater distance to stop jccause the friction between the tires and the road is not so great. Now Mr. Editor, every man lo his rade, yonrs.v incidentally the joot-lcggers a' 'i tin horn gamblers, s like peculiarly nnto n cat walking along the lop of it wall on a palhway ol broken -bottles, and don't forget ;hat If Iho Chid were in the same fix. it would he hell lo have to contend with tho m.lssiles used on the fellow who has Incurred the enmity of ilngs. Help the public they arc deserving, and don't run with the pack unless there is sufficient rea- son, also lock out for Uarn. The pub- lic expects (rom yon and the power of omniscience a perfect dally piece of work every "blamed" day, ns tho ghost would put it. Now in conclusion Mr. W. E. Armstrong (which Is not your name) not only fire you a.ghostly Llnr, but a coward, you hid behind a'wotnan's skirls. Thanking you for the space In you'r valuable paper. Yours truly, 1 T. 133 Hth St. N., City. what an awful condition 13 leaves one in. "J sura if it had not been; for Dr Pierces 1 have drod j 5 want to recommend Dr Pierce's Anuno any sufferer, with; kidney trouble. Also try Dr. Pierce's for constipaJj ESTELLA GnANbY, 54i James" jStreel, North. swisS VI'L'CAGE WIPED OUT BY AN AVALANCHt April enormous ovalnnclie yesterday overwhelmed tho village of Kontcni 'in the canton ol Tielnto. no-loss of Hie. ihe favorite tobacco was PRINCE OF WALES ;