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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APRIL 19, 1920 Hffi LETHBMDGE DATL1T HEFALp, PAGE MCNK Canoeing on the Strwtg Would Be in of Big Coal Centre Ifrvm Ouf Oirn TABBR, April IA. C. Bryan left for Edmonton and the snow- bound north on last, at the call of the Social Service Lugua, in connection -with plans for the comlnj referendum.campaign. That the as- sistance of the pastor of Kiiox'church should bb sought by the executive o' the league is a matter for all oltueus oi Taber to be. proud of, but It is not surprising; vho are aware of his along the line ot pub- licity in previous campaigns, as Mr. Brj-ari Is and favorably kiownVo in Lethbrldge and Starts-of the and it goes without saying that !se vrlll bring tb'tie' ail 'of the euduttve a experience energy, -which jbo-'oJ'greai-value fa the oomlnc 'Knoz- Trill be deprived- ot services- fop ftbout three months or sill the'close-of the campaign, dur- of drmJai the by but operations irere stopped by tbe heavy rale of Thursday night, after a, 'treat Improvement -was to notified from the the drag. Jupiter Plurfcu hu tew a ta. much in ot and H 1> to (tviy aoble ut ot ing. A nnntMC ot fHcont bwn vtalHi IB Tufcms of tore, BKtaV (tallvd at foot cRus- sell N. H. Ht B. My erei 0. BlouAt oiecutlve coimntttM, T. W. Carr, Bei famVy on .Moodv ani nMbinc matters Id'th. a to ewly Ing of the new.stoni. 'Some town tills, where -pro are hare oar ovn cudy op A'pril One of tt ceremonw if 'Khartpiim' Temple too last when 92 candidate were initiated. into. thft Order ot th It _, from Tarraus -ports and ike United SUtes. was decided tbat 100 Vuloan- of the tor'-Tttber'. nave faotory, iilng, Taporlxer -wcrks, much besides >parbiwnt hmiw, and motor trucKs. And don'-t forget -only real exhibition in Soothem Alberta. The Oil' Co. yKfcmt to add to its bwiateg be ot skw tocal temple would .attend, th ot the imperial -council a Portland, ia June. Tbe part way ot Vaocourer. KDOI ot tfai Qhristisn Brwthetjiood- held ait' supper in ba :-th'eir-'reoeut quarters on A collection !n aid of the starving children of taken up; this being "the Sunday apart for purpOBe. by the' Presbyterian Church In Mr. McBiron, ot Granumi has Joined the. Bank ot Hamilton the transfer ot B. S. Campbell to a SaBt 3. A glimpse into two really great novels Geo. Birch' has' 'taken 'the ,con' OooM oi tie'iroTk of the brotherhood, and various of TTork' TpXtcb -might 'be up -In and tbout Taber. A collection was then itaXen up, tbe prooeedc to be used In tlje -wort at 'K being announced tbat oily 'a very smell contribution Trouid be accepted from anyone, according to.tte rules of the brotherhood. The proceedings closed "witli-the singing of the Nation- al 'Anthem. About forty or fifty -were present; and an enjoyable time is re- ported by those who attended. On Sunday April' 25tbi there be a meeting pf, the bcnotherhood lo further 'plans' for the carrying out of the work of -the organization this summer. e TVork OB the land hi this district has already atarted.ln f onie Instances, but although some furrows have al- ready bean turned, operations will not In full swing till the dote of the coming week. Meantime the [aimers are rushing'the-ir seed grain from the cars and elevators to the farms, wherq it will he handy, as' soon as the state W the ground permits. O. Ulherland. plant telephone chief, as returned from Cfllgnry where. he has been at work 1n the preparation 1 LAST El IRS of. any 'tenderness or .bleeding'of gums. This is usually the first stage of m- diseaBe of the (turns that de- Etroys the" and undermines bodily health. Gradually the gums become epongy. 7hey inflame, then shrink, thus ex- posing1 the urienameled jooth-base to the ravage's of decay. Tinyopen- inga in the gums form gateways for diseasa germ silo; enter tha system. Medical science his traced many ills to these germs in the gums weakened by' Pyprrhea. Jrtiown to be a fre- quent cause of indigestion, anaemia, rheumatism L: and-othetEfi iou3 con- ditions, So watch carefully for that' first tenderness tor Weeding of the gums. Try Forhan's immediately, It posi- tively prevents Pyorrhea (Rigga Dis- ease) if used iii tjme and used con- tislently. And in preventing guards against other ills. Fortran's. {For tlie Gums) cleans teclh Kleiititically aa Well. Brush your teeth wltb it, Jt keeps the.teeth While and cleatv. If gum-'shfinkage has already set in, Elart''Using, Farhan'.a and cci.sult a dentist'iratneoialely'Cor tpecial 'treat- nient. 35c arid.fiOc tubes in Canada and U; S, If your druggist cannot supply you, send to us direct and we will mail Juts fOMAN'S, LTD., Monlttal Bolls are simply a breaking out 61 bad.blood, and anyone, yh.o..hag put- tered from them, knows how sick and miserable they make v you {eel. Just when you think you are curisd of ons, another seems ready to lake its place and prolong your misery. All the pduU tlcing and lancing you.can do will not get rid of them. the skin appears lo be the cause of the irritation, the real disease Is rooted in the to get rid of these palntul pesls It Is necessary to get right at the seat of the trou- ble. "Whon blood is purified, cleansed and vitalized, by Burdock Blood Bit- ters, the boils..will quickly disappear, your misery Is at an end, and strength come back again. Mr. Robt Johnson, Barkway, have Buttered very much, ___ ._ .__ ,__, .___ during the last five years from boils of tho new ivage: seals for the govern-1 having aa many as five fit once. I tried different remedies without any rolioL I was advised to try Burdock Blooi Bitters, which I did, and after laklng just one bottle I have had no more bolls." i B: 'over-40 years 'arid- Is only by Tho T. Milburn Co., LImite Toronto, aifs FOR THE GUMS umnt C. H. 'Jett has invested to a brand new thoroughbred Scotch collie, for which' he is reporte'd'to h.ave paid the fancy sum of fffty buoks..Cass is pretty fancy! and .the. old proverb ioids 'onco of "a feather, Jns. Orefg, head' carpeiWer at the Cameron, ie spending ,a days, in town. Geo; has taken over the Royal hotel "from 0. Tatar, and Is con- templating' changes- in tho building. For the present, however, Ihfc build- remain-as it Is. ,Mr. Diraitrl moved hi some bis effects on Sat- urday. Pte. Clifford Tolton of the a. O. M. P. detachment at Maxslcod, WM home over tho 'Joe BrookX formerly with Blewier- hasselt ahd''Hourlgan, has goaeMnto on his own account, as pro- prietor ot Royal hotel poolroom and bar. Tho furniture of tho King George hole! will'be offered at auction on Saturday, April Sttb, as new juwprle-. tors are to take over tho premises in a short time. The wet has prevented in- dulgence in cummer cporti on the parts of the, fans, h-it the dry bonea are beginning to stir, and en> long there will be something doing. Mr.'and Mrs. P. Rellly left on Mon- day for Vuloan, where Mr., Belli? will take over a rooming-house business. A successful dance was held al tho Vels' hall on Friday evening, un- der the auspices of tho Ofganiia- tion. T. At Sur.dal expects to begin oper- ations in the way of remodeling the old Union hotel in about Ihreo weeks. Tho present stale of ins in Mttrwlitun Optra House? K queer word I Huibind. Love. Hate. Lin- Ruage, d" ever come to be? We feel, and thtn try to irakt sounds 'convey (lint feeling. language tijuld evtr convey the bWlint italic ot me? I must be a sea, full of terrible, detp-deiwn Wt.renH irid smooth on top. How does one know whether or not he-is How do I know thit I am not really five thoutwii? thij it a dream, Page Avenue liuitiry. That jirloin steak btinit delivered trtrand the'side entrance by boy with gunny sack for an apron. Can I breik through dreim into reality? Which part of me is on thij front porch and which part it Marguerite. with the peirU in her Ani' rowt of nights of my rnarriage. Oh God, malic it a Make jt "Stir puin" by WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVEHER ALONE Mils Eva P; Yateman, .Krugersdotl; Onl., teel -that 1 ratt'st and tell you of the great benefit I have received from Mllbum's Heaft and Nerve Pills. About four years agr> I was taken terribly bad with rty heart, nerves and fainting npells, and was down in bed for about six doctored with two different docfOfi( and seemed to get better, although tho fainting spells would not leave me. I would take such terrible fans, wherever I was, that It was not oaf? lo leave me alone at any'llmc. At la'zt'I decided to resort lo proprietary i. _, clnes and took several different khule, but seemed to receive but little benefit from them. One day noticing.the ad- vertisement of Mllbum's Heart arid Nerva Pills I decided to try them, is before I had taken more than (wo boxes I could see they wera helping mo. I have taken about ten boies, and am almost cured of those terrible spoils. I sincerely tool that your medi- cine tins proved a blessing to me, an.ll I advise any one troubled with thalr heart to try them, as I am confident! they will find V Milburn'a Hear! snd Narva are 50c a box at all di-alers or direct on receipt of price by The tf. 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