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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1P20 PASS MIS SEtLllEE COAL tii uniiiiinrn TII.II rurn nrrnnr ,0. E...S.'. Whiteddes of Inter- national Says Labor Condi- tions KJghling Themselves sellug more coal there this year n It has ever done before. Largo uantllles ol steam coal are being dls- d vt there. Piospects In'coal mines In Alberta HKected by the O. B. U., are that working conditions will soon be runn- ing smoothly, 'or at least that the mines will 'egato working full (line a lew' days. 0. B. S. White- bide, ol the International Coal Co.. this morning said affairs at Dlalrniore, and-Bellovuo themselves, i The two mines at Coleman are work- lug full blast and there Is erory proa poet for a summer's work ahead. At Coletnan''It Is belloved that the ma Jorlty ol the, miners hare signed on with Mine Workers of America. In reference to Iho Winnipeg mar- ket, Mr. IVhltosSdo Eald his'company 1ATB X_______ Death only a batter of short tteiu Don't vihtil pains become incurable diseases.V'Avoid painful .consequences ;by, COLD MEDAL Tbft world's standard rem liver, fcladder irid uric "add t National Rccobdy of HolUh Guaranteed. :A11 draggistai Look (or the G0U box And accept ao A MRMll MLLUIIIKIUMMIIH Was Noted Stampede Rider- Falls Victim to Bullets of After Killing Deputy Sheriff TV C1 T 1 1 FIT THE CRIME Lr .K. bummer 1 ime 1 able Goes Wii F( Jecision Reached at Wednesday Night Offic- era on Wednesday Next v The Army and Navy Veterans Veld a last night in the city hall of orguiizlnz a branch if tSrfieoclaUon here. There was a ;pod o! veterans end 'all ire're over the prospect'oi According to a Butte, Montana, des- patch a' dead bandit, who killed George W. Warbiirton, deputy sheriff of Powell, county at Elllston, and was himself killed by tha posse, has been identified as Joe Sullivan, alias Cal- gary Bed, a well known character In Montana and also in Alberta. Calgary Red was a noted rider at stampedes, and will be remembered In Lelhhridge by his taking part in the last stampede that was held in the city. He came to grief In a bull- dofrglngrtontest when, on leaping front an automobile, to get at the bull runn- .lag alongside, he missed his mark and was rendered unconscious, tor a time. Sullivan was supposed to have been connected with Frank' Nel ton In the killing of Constable, Btrepp in Mel- rose, some nine years ago. Nelton got a 11M sentence but- the charge, or Calgary (ivas-dUnilsBed for lack of. evi- dence to cbnnectlhlm with the crime. Into The. slimmer ttraetabU of O.P.. R. has been Issued, subject to Tb.e timeUble follows: Train Calgary, arrtrw 2.50 a.m. Train 3.10 a.m., to Cal- gary. Train Crow'e Nest, arrirw 2.30 a.nL, to Msdt- clne Hat Trita Medicine Hit, sessed value of his property was the penalty Imposed by the city ocandl today on Jacob SevHz, nine-family apartment house, accused bia o( their rents from to month. IVIU wlth a "character above Etupickm" tp see that U ehlpped to where It was needed! The government hu tot all the security for payment withm our give them. Surely we are already aa completely mortgaged to our goTenuaect as ever tie ancient a Piaraoh. But, are vre vnder the (ender mercies of a of a Golden Calf instead of a conshjerats Joseph? ThU Is whst many people shall say until some evidence to, the contrary is made very- plain. Tours slnMrply. A. Travers, April 10. 192U. 2.05 ajn.; leaves 2.35 to CroVs NeaL Traui branch, leavea 8.45 a.aL, to Foremost, Tuesday and Friday. Train arrives' 6.20 a.m., Wednesday and Saturday. Train 9.30 a.m., to Coutti. luaranteed Traia Coatts, arrives 4.30 p.m. Train Cardston, arrives 11.29 a.m.; leaves 1.10 p.m., to Mac- TraiS 'Macleo'd, arrtves 4 pja.; leaves 4.80 p.m, to Cardston. i Train Calgary, arrives 18.45 pjn. Train Medicine Hat, ar- rivea'iZ.50 p.m. Train 4.35 p.m., to Medicine Hat. ;Traln {.40 p.m., to Cal- gary. Tho timetable goes Into effect on 2nd. The daylight ser- vice on the afhich car- rie'd out hy, trains No. 63 anS weakest .and mos1 ferer, and the rwulti use are often simply aitonlihrag. Weak, tired and vigor; thlnnesi and insularity give vwy to and sleep returns to dence and cheerfulness replace debil-' ity and gloom; dull eyes beeoait bright, and paie. t'unken re- gain 'the pink glow ol health. Bltrc- fhosphate. the uso of which li pensive, >Uo 'Wonderfully promote the assimilation ot that many people report marked galni of weight in a taw weekj. phate k unsurpassed for rellavioj ur- vousness, sleeplessness. and general weakness, it should, not, owing to its remarkable flesh-growing propertlts. "safely1 taken ba used by anyone who iloee nbt it delicate sut-J.to.Dut People'sForum year., -The ot 'tbis-.assp'ci dates'back to 1865, the yeijfoi' the North West There are at present quite a large-'.bumher of old assocUtlon Urine. In Le'lhb'rldg'e .ipho; ore members' ot vthe' Regina great advantage' TRAIN SERViGE EFFECTIVE SUNDAY ;MAY2nd, 1920. Trans-CaDa'fla''I-itnilcd will be re- first train Eastbound from SIed'icine; May 3rd, first train Westbound, from Calgary, May 6Ui. ARRIVALS'AND DEPARTURES. LETHBRIDGE Eastbound Daily'-No.-.. 2.55k No. 15.3Sk Daily No. 6t--ar. IS.OOlc N'o.' ar. 3Sok Dally ei. Sunday No. 12'50k Dallj-i'ex; Sunday No. From -June-1st iralns 63 and JJ4 will .operate- -to and from Cran- brook which W 111 afford A daylight service, daily ex. Sunday between Mcdiciiie'i Hat and Cranbrook. -.North via Aldersyde 643, Iv. 544, ar. Dally ex. Sun day, Xo. 637, Iv. 16.40k 638, ar. 12.45k. To and From Coutte Daily ex. Simdav, No. 565, Iv. 9.30k nr. 16.30k. To- and From Cardston Daily dx. Sunday, No. 64, Iv. 10.30k 63, ar. 11.20k. TO ahd From Manyberrles Lv. Tuua. nu'd Fri., Wed. 'TRAINS 13-AND 14 BETWEEN MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL AND VANCOUVER WILL BE RESUM ED MA.Y 31, 192B. For further Information apply to any-ticket agent, or J. B. -Proctor Dlstrfct-PflsKenger Agent, Calgary the. perfect I appearance pf Her I Pcrm'arient! .and' 'temponry .skfa i itioublej'ate'erfecthtly raiijeittd. V Rrfuca A iin- aiicj.cpnects isy sHfil.- Highly juitJKptic, i with beneficial fauta' 'ii mlive agent for 70 THE FEED PROBLEM Editor Herald. beg to add a few supplemen- tary! remarks to my letter" week. 'I know that no governinent satisfaction to .all. men. This is' imposGlblo. (All men arc not eqtic- fied-wltl tie directing ami controlling powers or an'all-wise ProvidetfceVAndj at to be-a ;gVirrabllng epidemic the world prevalent-as" the''flu. Yet this Is no OriQntal Cream Once the ilvor to-flltcr the pols-1 onous bile from the blood, there Is a clogging up and poisoning of the whole system which causes many troubles to arise. Therefore, upon the liver, more than any other organ at the' body, de- pends the general health, GareleMhoss and neglect, nnd often- times wilful disregard of nature's laws will put the system put of Borts. The bowels become constipated, the Liver inactive and the storaoch upset To bring the system back to Us normal state, you should take Miiburn's Liver Pills. They liven up the liver, get the bowels back to their proper condition and tone up the stomach. Mrs: G. L. Cackettj ESicbnnt, Ai have used Jlllburn's haxa- Liver Pills.and have found them good for both stomach and liver troubles Ihavo told others about your valuable medicine and they have used thorn with good results. excuJse for the semi-neglect" or of-, in youVVcekly'edition of tne''7tti' Isjii arucle'bnder the rre'ed' to" ie alarnacd ;_pver Jhiy. fioii Wit farmers should I'epnreJ.t'jvhen possible. GoYernraent. atill-linylng and. has. COO cars rc'- eifiociV'.YAnd under this heading "wo id-'jV'-'J.', Bi of In jjelh- brldeeV-lia'ye secured large supplies of Weshlngton' hay'i'which vf51i t'eg'in to arrive shortly." on in this article we are the authority of Duncan Marshall, that "the government is out to.buy all the hay it can Can it be possible that these hay dealers nhd the govern- ment are buying In opposition? If the government and the hay dealers were out to buy all the bay that both' par-, ties possibly could get ivhy did. not these "large supplies of Washington hay" .begin to arrive' before some viu- dp.finite period after the 7th April? Or why did the provincial government's 800 rare not" begin 'to roll'before slough hay reached iper ton, and in time to rellevejtbe feed famine? 1 have it on fairly 'good authority that the few cars of timothy hay which readied Travera during the winter, and distrlbuted-by the municipality at ys.OC 'per ton, cost ?24.00 per ton' at Joint of loading. Sir, the article in your issue' 'of the 7th last, to -ffhich I have referred is juat a sample ot the newspaper re- ports which have deceived people all alone since September, and which have betrayed many of us into the position in which we are now placed. jAycek after week -n-e are reading- in all 'the local papers of the govern- ment sending out agents to locate bay and feed areas, and of-the govern- ment'K intention to ship hay from the Eastern' provinces to this drought stricken country. Every paper told us "the government had tackled the ONLY Below f Pepsodent "They are also good for or, "the government hae Mllbura's aro'ZSslthe situation now well In or, a vial at all dealers or malted direct on receipt of price by The T. Mllburn Co.. Limited, Toronto, HAY! HAY! i _..'... For Immediate Shipment 75 CARS OF CHOICE ALF'ALFAv 50 CARS No. I TIMOTHY AND TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIX- ED, AND ALFALFA MEAL AT REASONABLE PRICES. About 40 Cars Rolling Now PHONE R-217, OR WRITE J. B. SHLMEK, Ccaldale the feed problem is now being relley ed." Should the poor as private individuals have stepped 6n- .o the market to buy in opposition -to le government nnd the hay-dealers! 3ould they have done It? Or had they done 50 at what tlrne, may -vvo suppose would th.e slough hay .have reached (60.00 per ton? The banks intimated ir willingness to stand at our backs for another year, and had the govern- ment kept out of the market alto- gether, and put a -ban on some ot the hay dealers, fewer cattle might have Often'ta the past, when at the rural or at -Tillage store, I to dialogues such as Iho following': you hear thai II, P. candidate's lecture last nlghtr1 "Yes." ''Did you hear what he said about) them timber "Yes.'-' This graft ia surely a disgrace to Canada." Or, "did you read in your paper ot ilio charge preferred ngainit the con- tractor ot tho' government "Yes." "Wbnt will he dono to "0, noising. Graft don't cost n man anything in Ihls country! It Is graft under patronage." Or, "Have you read In the paper about tho shoos that the. shoe manufacturers made for the sol- diers (o wear In tbo mud Jn "Yea; I read forso than that I seen in my paper where they sent rocks and stones to them for canned "What shall be dono to these "O, nothing. They may get a month In the pen, bnt that's nothing. This grefl Is a (llsgrnco to our country, but a month in prison don't hurt a mil- lionaire's character, and it's a cheap license for graft under patronage." I frhall not, at this lime, chronfcto the corner catalogues with reference to the "feed problem." They aro merely conjectures, bnt ihcy are bas- ed on Iho past reports of accepted facts, And tlicsa conjectures ere fur- tbor excusable sinco men reason thus the government had agents locat- ing hoy since last September and "was out to buy all tho hay It possibly could gol, then why dfd tho government not, placo Hi irespcinsjbje Shows That You Don't Note These Facts tmtHh Apprwd by High DtnfatAulhmtfa This is to men and women who find that teeth discolor and decay. Who find thattartarforms, or pyorrhea Youare ndtkeep- ing teeth clean. You let a film remain and the damage is traced to it. Dental science has found a way to end film. It is how embodied in a dainty tooth paste, which millions are employing. We urge you to try it ten days at our .cost and see the results for yourself. i That Film cm Teeth Can Now Be Ended in This Way '5fou can feel on your teeth a film, ever-forming. That'film'is the great tooth -wrecker. Dental science now traces nearly troubles to it. The film clings to the teeth, gels betipesp. the teeth, enters crevices and stays. The tooth brush does not end it. The ordinary dentifrice does not dissolve it. So millions find that teeth'discolor and decay, despite the daily brushing. Why Teeth Discolor That film is what discolors the teeth. It is the basis of tartar. It holds food substance.'which ferments and forms acid. It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Millions of germs breed in it. They, with tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea. Dental science, after years cf searching, has found a way to combat film, Many able authorities have proved its efficiency. For five years it has been subjected to every sort of clinical and laboratory teit, Now, for home use, it is embodied in a dentifrice called Pepsodent. Leading den- tists all over America are now urging its adoption. This week we offer a 10-Day Tube to anyone who asks. And we urge that someone in every home prove its unique effects, Based on Pepsin Pepsodent is based on pepsin, the digei- tant of albumin. The film is albuminous matter. The object of Pepsodent is to dis- solve it, then to constantly combat it. Pepsin long seemed impossible. It must be activated, and the agent is an acid harmful to the teeth, Dental science has now discovered a harmless activating method. And now everyone can fight the film with active pepsin constantly. See What It Does Present the coupon for a 10-Day Tube. Use like any tooth paste. Note how clean the teeth feel after using. Mark the absence of the slimy film. See how teeth whiten as the fixed film disappears, Watch the results and read the. reason for them. Compare this new method with the old. Then adopt for yourself and have your children adopt the method which seems best. This is of lifetime importance to you. Cut the coupon so you won't forget, Look Now That film, to tomt extent, clouds Andmost tooth troubles are now traced to it. REC.LN Tha New-Day Dentifrice A (cienlific film combatant, certified by high authorities and now urged for daily uie by leading dentists everywhere. Look in Ten See how the teeth they glisten the fined film dis- appears. Then you will know is a way to cleaner, safer teeth. The Stores Named Below Will Supply the Free Tube on This Coupon J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. SHERLOCK BUILDING PHONE 555 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 110-DAY TUBE FREEj I Present- Uits coupon, with your nams and address rilled In, to any store named. It is good (or a lODay Tube of IPcpsodunt. Your Name Address I re idonu criould m So. V.'.i and the tube will be sent by mail. The Herald. ;