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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TITO DAILT 17, P2D staff; Field Marshal Sir Heiry Hughes Wilson, chief of staff ct the British army, and several eiporls from tic French foreign efflcf. The report wblch has been circulat- ed that the allied conference would consider immediate admission of Sunday School Made Good Col Gets Money For. Pictures 10WLOFF deadlock hire. Kjn'u demaUtiut tit Instated fa'ihel? .All otber quetsloos had been settled. surt April dfinaiids t-C the two mil; (Continued (rom yrqut on the -T..------ A mass meeting of strlters. at whlcn iion railroad Sorters employed In the Germany to the league of ..nations Is wm be (0 return to] united States were begun today by regarded here as qitremely imurob-, held this afternoon, (he railroad with W. N. able. It Is pointed out that the cov-, -me men will be told, it report- enant ot the league .provides that their objective had been ob- admission of new. members which ful- that their would 'fll the requirements membership receiTe prompt attention' of the on a'two-thirds vole of the assembly uew railway Jabor board, and IWai the of the league. Therefore Germany's now. would" continue, with' or application, Should she make oiuv without the'sanction of tbo railroads, should bo addressed to tho secretar of tho league of nations, it Is pointed The meil wlu be report- -of the Brotherhood of 'liiallroaa Traliiraeu, representing tie (From Our Presbyterian Sunday school contri buted MO.OO they, would 'get ovei more 'from tho Presbyterian Sunday than they are asking -from the Sunday schools all the Protestant churches ot Con ad a. Ti'e mud on the sidewalks Bte-n lo be even-a little ide.epgr than usua IhC'ilast few days. A few cinders o fbre- the Iwb.or.lhreo fine drying days ncel, pcdestriins ralher avoided Iho sidewalks for tho more sol.d mud tho sidet The plan of anilding BJdcwiilKs for tsohleford was a splcu W-ns for.thc-.-lovvn and should not ho dropped after pno lialf-daj s .Nohleford streets should be jiayed something-more substantial than good intentions. TTie bnTG iocs p'srag i-ase- liill for the laH weeks tlic ground-'has been dry enough to fie on Hon about organizms a r.obleford baseball team? v .The Women's ins'Itutc of Xohle- foird voted ?35.00 for pictures and pla> ground eguiprueut for the school 'jjyjth Shis money .some pictures'have ijeeh a. complele basketball joiilfit and somo playground equip- ment for tho smaller, children. The .teachers Tvish to thank th'a Women's institute for their very generous gift the school. rLadies'. Aid inet-on Thursday, afternoon.} at tho homo of aits L. Lncia and afCcrnoon's wort done Go Bick to Work April a out. instead pt the San Remo confer-1 ffeeM meet1ug ,n6- Baltimore ence. ._ _ I Ohio trainmen aOwhfeh J. A, gen- 'eral chairman of -west of Dublin, wa? 'shot and died an hour later. V'-'; Mr. Mulholland made a statement to the slretchertearers.i A man.nam ed McKeever, living near the: scene ot tho said ho heard three shots and found Mulhollaud lying on the ground McKeexer dcclpredjio saw two Itoemeniiiearbi and "called to proceeded toward the bar ALLIES It that the, leaders toe caused tta ar- and 18 at Werdon. 7 V-i KAPP UNDER ARREST? .'STOCKHOLM, April Wolf- gang. Kapp, who headed the recent revolution In Berlin, was brousht to Eensaliduat developments Stockhplm under arrest this a'ler I Further rooii .iJcordmg tft tho I-oVjl Neufe fcame in the inuum at Si There is no con'irmatlon of the report Catharine- into thp Of ILo herol 4 19th Keguncnh WhentheNerves (Continued from Front Page) scrag'gly hair'plus Hirpirtde equals lustrous, therje is no surer way to personal charm and attractiveness tban by good care of the hair. mass of bright, luxuriant hair is the reward to those who regularly and Adriatic Problems Considerable doubt eiists as to .Adriatic will come "before the'council, in view of the un- confirmed1 reports that Premier Nitti ot Italy, after negotiations with Jugo- S'av representative, has found an ac- ceptable-solution to problems arising out of conflicting claim's. International eichangc problem Is lit ely to ba considered. >o definite program for the taking op of subjects pressing {or solution lias been arranged and various sub- jects will lirnught to thp-.front ac- sdrdlng to tho judgment of thTprenf Icrs. Delegates Arrive 'i premier Nitli was-at the railway Station before 0 o'clock- this morning .receive Camille'Barrere, the French ambassador to Italy. Llo'yil George of Oreat.Brit and Field Marshal Sir llenr> Hughes. Wilson, of.the British1 'Imperial army 'staff, arrived by auto- nipbile with' their .iiafts In'time for luncheon. Later in afte day Premie'.'. Mlllerand.of.France, Marshal Foch and others of the French representatives, and Baron Matsul, the Japanese'ambassador at Paris, reach- ed San Hemo on a special train. Puvachan Palace, .where the council worfc, which, was somclltinK 1 could not do pres used lo (jet "itrangcly con fused Ali appetite is good, and 1 can sleep too Gcherfllly speak ing I am so much bitter that I Birr proud of mv not "spcnk too highly of results I through the use of Dr-'Chases Food Mr Judson H V S wntti 1 am glad able ,o a words jn .ron of Dr Chase's Tom! I found it So goo an I found thorn to help iiie at onceg so I have taken a number of .boxc since that lime uud t till find llio and has suffered a lot vitli Btuiralgi of tho stomach und autt wt in a vcrv bad state Uat'sunniicr, hi I ailed upon her (o try the I'OCM! ami it, helped her in he nlh TbeDoctorcalled m trouble. Nervous -1 kno of manyVIm tolien the iNcn fnoilwithgooare-ullj Aloiherthlnl your Ointment excellent iiUtf' 'T" i -.-_..' r. Gheise's Food i 60 a box, all cftalers, or Eilmahsan, Bates Co Ltd Teronto. On 3W" find the portrait and signature of A. W. M D famous Receipt Book Author This Business Directory Shows a List-of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Business in the City RQINTfVN I CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies'and Men's Suits to Measure; '.CLEANING AND PRESSING PHONE 1235' 815 THIRD AVe. 3. J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds o! Cement Work I edFree. 826 SEVENTH ST, 5, Furnish- 1483 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City 117 11th STREET SOUTH v PHONE 1632 W. WITH HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKEkS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 T. ROTHWELL ROTHWELL (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILES) .Fine Makers and Repairers 611 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, ALTAi PHONE 1757- VETERANSMRANSFER ORECORY, PROP.) LIGHT .HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED CpAL AND DELIVERED, CiO.D. 1317 1st Ave. Noi-lhLethl-riJje, 'Phone 646 D. Brunton E. J. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 ;