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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THK MILY HEUAU1, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1939 I iddilional Line Needed to Serve Soldier Service Poor OTTAWA, April ot toe difficulties ot soldier settlers on the land were laid before tha government today by a delegation from the Grande Prairie district of Albert. Ths dele- gation, was accompanied by the Al- berta, members ot the house oC com Cooks mons. They asfced for branch line from Court to Grande Prairie go as to give more direct communica- tion with the main government lines. Ttie branch has been projected {or a number of years In prospect, It was stated, the land had been Largely settled. Furthermore, tha soldiers' land settlement board had .lent about two minions to soldier settlers in neighborhood. Uut the branch had not been liuilt and .crops were held up. There.was b.v a round-about 'route, but It was so poor thai mall ha'd been received in Grande Prairie for IS days. The rlelegalion, which was repre- sentative ot civilian TIB well as soldier) settlers, urged thai a railway branch should bo built (or S5 miles on either side ot Crando Prairie. The government promised full con; sldersUon. PLAYING JERUSALEM NEW YORK, 'April X. Vail, chairman ot ihc board of dt- rectors of Telephone Telegraph company, died ibis morning In John HopHhs" hospital, Baltimore, according to i message received here today. He was 15 years old. Desth was due to complications growing out ot heart trouble and -wss sudden. Jilr. Vail having gone to the hospital eaVly this weak for an ination. Tha.lato Theodore Vail was assoc- iated with Alexander Graham Bell, tha Canadian inventor. In the early days of the development of the telephone. ,1 READY CUT MACARONI MftDE IN-tETHBRlDGE R, T. BUTTS, of Kansas-' who siys' her life was miserable Jo.r two long year't'before .she began.laklns. Sheinow; la" enjoylnj. best'. of and. that she has gained .tvrenty .NEW- YORK.iAiiril 16.-rJt.evlvii-pf be lost art of'walking-upstairs was' forcedr: upon thousands of 'r'eliictant In NeTV Yo'rk today, by a strike 3f Vnipn elevator TKe'iinion claims a 'nitmbersbip "of "more 'than XOOO.- -V The" TOtM la's't-night increzBed pas' and-stwt-' it had not beei lor Tanlao I still bo a sick woman, so I feel like I ought to -tell everyone what tlvla Svojnderful medicine has clone for .waja" the sincere statement made re- cently lv- T-- T. BuUlt, 1024 Trpost Avenue, Kansas City, Mo. "By the belp of Tanlac I have got- ten -'rid- of- a severe case of nervous Indigestion thai liad saauo iniserablo for the past two I could riot oat anything without suffer- ing-afterward. The' on my stom- nch would rise up Into my chest and press on my heart and at times would almost cut off nly btealh. My nerves BO .Upset .that the least unex- pbblc.d .noise would almost dfslracl n'jB. I seldom slept well and was to nervous 1 would often roll and toss ujili! sttcr midnight and, what llllle Bleep I did got seemed f> do mo no Epod.'I'-waa aUo a great sufferer from headaches and would.often get so dljsy'.I would have to hold on to EomeUiing to keep from liiiilng. dsy r happened to teen tcsll mdnlal for Tanlac, describing a case like mine, so I nought, a holtls and before I had finished it I began t feel Juflf liko a different person. Tho? terrible heartaches, dinaiipnarcd anu my apnettte Wion my firf.t bottle was gono I got another and I Jcept on Imprcrvlng nulll now I can jmt anything I-want and I t Fuffcr any more from indigestion. I am not tho least bit np.rvou.s and rest well at night and never know wlin{ it is to havo a headacbo or a dizzy 'Wanlac has not only relieved me of my suffering, Ivjt have actually Rained 20 pounds in Jiave riot CTiJoyed 6Utfi good for years. Tanlac-Is certainly n wonder- ful medicine nnd 1 will always feel eratetul for what it has done for mo. I want lo. recommend this medicine to nil my friends because I believe it benefit anyone 'who la Buffering as I did." Tanlao is'sbl'd' In" Le'thbridgo by -Tohn n. Hlglnbolhani. Co.; In Coal- h'lral by Diamond Drug ijtatlonery Elevator Sfrike-and Gothamites Climb to -up' ipc'.Tf Th6.C .-.office, Jra lldi ngs'' in the downtown some of which house'1 more than per- sons .each'.work'day, .were 'hanl-put Many to ciirnb to offices on-'Ihe-'tenth or 'thirtieth floors. city, buildings' and hotels generally have not been, affected by the-strike'." The operators claim their strike has the sanction, American Fcdera- ItenXbt Labor.. They demand increases ranging .'from to a', week and the eight-hour and a halt for overtime. "BUTTON, BUTTOM" IS SOME GAME IF YOU PLAY IT WITH GOLD PIECES MEW battle royal and a game of "Button, button, who's got the butlonl" among a gipsy gang a week ago in Canal street, Brooklyn, has led Ihe participants into court to settle an otherwise strictly tribal The buttons on the coat ot John B Coslello when ho is in holiday nttlre are made of five-dollar gold pieces. Even.the smaller buttons that were intended solely (is ornaments to the sleeves and the pocket flaps arc made of .two-and-a-lialf-dollaT gold pieces. This was the reason for the arralgn- of Thomas Camp'one this morn- ing on a short affidavit charging rob A .week ago tonight a group ol gipsies were fighting near 209 Cnna street. Camplone, it is charged, was among but not of them. Patrolman Corfaetl stopped the "fight, and Cos who had been In the middle, ot tho fracas, counted his .'buttons. claims they were checked vy and puts his total loss on'the day at i only part of which robbery! was.in buttons. A dozen accusing fingers were levelled at Canipio'nc, WINDSOR POTATO FAMINE; DETROIT COT THE JPUDS W1XUSOK. Ont., April a ro- suii of several hundred loads ot pota- toes being diraped'ou Detroit markets by Kssox faces ji potato famine.' -Housewives are now ing J7.60 tor a 9frpound bag, as compared wliu }3.50 a week ago. W. Armstrong, ot Wonkton, banker, has- fippolnted county clerk of Parth county. ITALY GETS TURK MINES. 1'AIIIS, April Journal des Debits says that according to uova iruui. the- British, government has insisted that Franco relinquish its concession of tho mines which It has long held In Turkey, Ui order that tho mining' basla might be ceded to italy 'und; an BgreemQat' along these general lines has been conclude! The Italian press, according to the .ii'aw> paper, states that tho Auestlon w: ccini) up at tho San Kemo cqnfersncc An unusual s ght of British bliieers. once a meeting pUce nl the Apoellcs. i football match withla slglit of Jerusalem oil a'fleld which CAMERON GKTS 15 MONTHS CAIX5AEY, Cameron ves today eentenccd to lo months forj.eashliif; forg- ed cheques In Calgary and Air-, drle, Alberta, banks. He has already scent four months in 4 a z I Hon. Sloan, Minister of .Mines, .Very. Impp riant j Announcement 1 'April '16.-r' Soon British' Columbia; herself, in i and steel'Industry, lauhche'd .and operated by thei jsjoy.er'nment [the province, "Slo'ari, mtalttor of' the. legislature this forenoon during i hit addr.esc on the jjo extend i period of; .the -Iron 'Ore Act until ;1925.v: "vvaiMn Uric with the .policy to, leXye nothlng.lindqrie to bring about 'establishment r.of ah iron and ienLsVry.- ..X w >'A.' April Canadian Arthur. Meiglien. minis- ter of the Interior, Introduced in'the. house this' afternoon a hill to amend the Soldiers' Settlement Act 1919. The purpose.of the bill Is to afford greater advantages' to--.tha soldier who c'oiiies MIGHT (LondoU; Tit-Bits.) The 'daughter of the bouse had Svst returned 'from a viyt to her cousins, during, which she had be; come engagedto.a.riSinE young man whom-she had'met'at the home of her relatives.-- To-her mother she was extbiliiis IheyTttues of her in- tended. ''he's just grand! So .square, so uprJ.ght, So highly polished.' Why, in his -notes there, is a sympathetic tone nk.me'tiine's" 1 imagine 1 am .reading the "Mercy's interrupted her about' a young man ER.1N-UAW" SAVES FUEL AND SUGAR The problems of Kouse- are lidmened by 5 a real whole sweetness of in unde'7 the act for the settlement of unimproved land. .t .Dr. Edwards, Fronleuac, asked Sir: George Foster If-the government in-1 tended to introduce In this session the necesi. y legislation tq prohibit from in Canada, "those Infaiuous sheets" as the Hearst publica- tions. u Sir George Foster replied that the government had-the question under consideration.- He could not give a more definite answer at the-present time. D. D. SfcKenzIe asked, when the government proposed to submit the Ssherfes treaty for ralification, Hon. C. C. Ballarftyne, 'minister of marine, In .reply, stated that word was j awaited-.from Washington as to the I treaty before it was submitted to the house.- KAtf L'ESNAKES NOW FLOURiSH April'; cause prohibition forbids ,the carrying of en'ake-rbifa, dire natives i here have -rattlesnake hunt which timo teaturVof'buBting jcUVjUes here. The hunters :tiaTe formed "a, njjfw club and will go sifter, wildcats-Vsfoad ol rattlera fit future. Prank foi Middlesex, announces that the'.Brookfield 'Linen Co., Ireland; will factories in Canada. ------C. Kap- of the SupreteefCouft here has 'de- cided that, mother of one's wife Uloes' not51 'constitute legal ground Tor'separati6n': Mrs." Abraham Horowitz and husband. Her counsel told the coiirtUhat Horowitz had assaulted his mother-in-law. "That is not'ground for the wife to obtain 8 the Judge ruled. KeepYourSkiiii-Pores Active'arid Heaithy Federal prosecution of. nn .alleged combine of Georgia cotton, dealers to' reduce tho price of cotton may bo tho result ot nn investigation by tho de- partment of Justice. Store, nnd in Warner by Sirs. N. Der- 7 ii.iuS.A. C. KiAOLlONALD, Formerly National Secretary of tiie Y.JI.C.A. ol Japan, who I; now in 'fiauada, Palace Meat Market Cfioice Roasts Beef, per It, fpime fioast iEBf Dripping, per 25c Specie! tale Ssasaie, 35e laH EjsrpEp to. 45c Finsst IHIB Cyred Bacon, per ft Whofe or Half Slab We have only a limited quantity of this Bacon, so woulcl.ask you to please place your order-faily. 13th, St-N. Phone 431 wa a in itiealiit of a c-enia Home-crt Whrtle or Half Slab, per-Ib, I The quality and flavor of this Bacon cannrt-be beat, and at the price will go quick- (y. Pleaje place YOUR ORDER EARLY. Per pound Per pound ns 25c Dominion Fish and Poultry F4ain Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, Market, Phone 545 Phone 1654 ;