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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THK LJJTHBftlOGE HERALD FRIDAY, APWt 23, I the orgaulzatloa, Secretary fVJth, of the I'oara of trade, has wired C. 0. Ballantyne, federal minister of mar- j .UK siiil fisho-ips. If the dally j weather forecast for the west cannot j be sent to this city In better time. At present. It is stated, the forecast comes frcim Toronto and dc-as not until noou. Good Results Being Secured in 3. C. After- Cure Work OTTAWA. April C- Wace. F.H.C.S.. of Vancouver, was called by the pensions .committee, this mornlac' In regard to department soldiers' clril j i-establtshmeat orthopedic and the XHW YORK. April Tells About Fine Blooded Slock Being Shipped ia His New Property triumph of Qw-jnaor- trembled, theSrliidowE shook. Na'oue dared say Then a JwnH; ta- raine. Franco must not remain conquered nation, 1 must bo the l Andro de Marieourt raid, slowly, scanniuf children, pray tiod (or. the future- ot France, Alsace and Lorraine are no longer purs." "We said the marshal, ''no wo did ,'niore We. niado our vows. And now that we at a at the evening ,at our Me. our> pray- ers are'heard and our vowa -are lultilted." Bavarian roops occur led oil y, and went- out of- their way to be' In- solent. They allowed, however, future polytechnlclens to ilnlsh their ttidlOfi'' imnT.e mitMtnlvlnr1' Magazine lor October. GOVERNMENT BUSINESS. GIV'EN.PRECEDENCE OTTAWA. April motion of Sir Geecge Foster, the acting premier, the cccucons passed a motion giviuj government business precedence on Monday, the last private members' day Sir George- luiluiated thai J( there were any 'motions dropped hi consequence, opportunity would be given 16 take up cognate ou the estimates. Mr. lArchamiault (Cbanibly.Yercher- thM I0 the But th9 troops. fr to make j. CALGARY, April "I am glad to _. flf be back Alberta said the, ,0 njee Hon. the Earl of Wlnto, Vnoay. an I demands and stipulations, occupied a Hight "and whilo mr present visit The in the corridors the playground and at tae "i'Mdoor the German irtdlers, who bul- le- then? to submit I4 without number. iuiercular cases in Victoria and Van- managers today flatly rejected a direct Mltle to ,he great outdoor j roch ht6ido rage. He thought generally ot strikers ta the New J pls6ed success- be ot a long duration. I am hopefully j _ _ _ looking forward to the lliuo when 1 lo humiiiatioiir British Colombia men were well that ttey be restored to dulyj fieJ with the orthopedic appliances full seniority rishts and the strike. issued to them. There were few settled "in. the public interests." plaints. The artlOclal legs were veryj The announcement that the railroads, satisfactory and the Canadian taken the position that the strlfc-1 clal arms tho best he had jet hid forfeited seniority rights by It is expected that the rill drive to he vicinity of rhere he will personally supervise ar- of stocV te from his _____ failure to return to work before eipira Dr. Waco said he was noticing a Ae-jtion of the roads' ultimatum, was elded tendency among disabled men j made after ft meeting ot the General i In Scotland and to Alberta. the department of soldiers' civil establishment tad been apparently ar- while over 50 per cent were quiescent or improved. He was 'not surprised at some of the men showing An the raflroads In ,1 ihe rtrlker. was made this noon by B.tad on the estalp Edward McHngh. chairman of tho strikers' eiecutlre committee, who asked them to recede from their stand j fully at 'Nancy lo the sound of the i Gcrman bands' that General Man- leullel, with'his habitual lack ot tact ordered to play. Foch never forgo', these musical notes which rent.his ear and his.coui. Forty-two, ywirs later, when he was named comman- der of .the superb Twentieth Corns of Lorraine, he ordered lor the day of his at. Nancy, 'Anpjst.23. 1913, .a great parade in which' parti- cipated the ban'd's of the Siilh Regl- inent ot that city. It ma aa unfor- gettatle nie'nt; for tt marked his en- iry into the pest that found him horns, the Karl of ijlnto is having ready for service when the hour shipped 12 thoroughbred mares, the to wipe out tho blot of. 1871. The ranch which has been purchas- ed by the earl. Is located near the In addition to several head ot short- their Income tax returns because they were uuahle lo get forms printed in French; Sir Henry Dray ton. minister of fin ance, replied that bad already beio taken in tho matter. The Hit of .the Maon For ETrry- body'a -Boy progenr of some of-the best blooded rhccd ot after-cure work among Ihe: basis, appears to have been abandoned men. by the men. Bricklayers on set oral He saw few attraction for tubercular' buildings in the city reported for work men in farm life though they were this morning, some at the old urged lo Men must have 90 cents an hour, and some at a Bat enough income to free them from rate per thousand brick. Icty If they were to recover after leav- ing the sanatorium. Dr.-Wace asked: "Can we not do FIGHTING IN CHINA someihhiR to help these men besides j .VMOV, China, April Assoc giving them a I iated has been flerca He" favored a tubercular man being; fighting between factions of the south- returned to Deployment similar toiern troops in the Anhal district and enlistment. jthe city of Anhai has changed hands Dr..Wace favored a syslem of .times in past week. The EiRato'rlum training such as had been I soldiers ara looting the country. It suggested" in Fnglan'd; He jnarir men would accent this rather than'go Into the competitive labor market" under the handicap of being substandard for life; Au adequate and generous pension ,was important to-this class of men in particular. Is 'reported- that- more than a thousand person's have been killed. FRANCE ANB RUSSIA TO EXCHANGE PRISONERS PARIS. April In man was recommended! sentatlves-bi France and lie Russian for full pension-tor one year.after dis- charge, and then a re-survey of his ckse Occupational aid. .Dr. would be.nipte'beneflclaril the- men-could-see-'where the work-was going to help them after they left !ho sanatorium FORECAST EARLIER 1 EDM03STON, complaints from several members of April soviet government have signed an agreement- relative tp the -exchange and prisoners ot 'held-in each MILLION IN-DEBTS, ADMITS BANKRUPTS Canadian Associated Har Orr Ewlng, examined In. bankrupts admitted liabilities of million He wa interested gold mines. BRICKS! We now deliver -.common brkk of. good color quality IK ear lott or L.C.L. Prlcei are reuonabla delivery can be made. Write for quotations and LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., LTD! 419 SECOND AVE. SOUTH H1QINBOTHAM BLOOK PHONE 1412" General Meeting G. W. V. A. TO BE HELD ON Sunday April At 3.00 P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS All Members Are Requwted To Be Present. FOCK REDEEMED HIS VOW III January, 1871, was signed the ihameful peace that marked tho tri- umph of Prussia. Twilight was fall- ng upon the sombre study hall where nil ihe hearts were sombre al- so. Around Melz the voice of 4he cannon began to thunder forth the life-task was enslaved upon his heart From that mo.hient he swore to con- centrate all the efforts of his life toward a single just re- venge. II the time of his first contact- with tho enemy that the impressionable youth, smarling under the.humiliation of his coun- trr, said to himself: "We must retake Alsace, and Lor- MORE NEW LINOLEUM RUGS Unpacked Yesterday Our first order for spring met with such a gener- ous approval that we had to-duplicate'it, and have another shipment of the finest patterns ever shown in Lejhbridge. The wholesale price has advanced but we are offering this stock AT LAST YEAR'S PRICES Feltol, suitable for bedrooms, lineal yard Printed Linoleum, per lineal yard- Ordinary Extra Inlaid Linoleum, per lineal yard and Hall Linoleum, per lineal yard......85c to Linoleum Rugs, 9x12 5Z2.00 and Congoleum Rugs, 9x12, regular price for WHY NOT SEE THESE TOMORROW? C. G. OLANDER I OUR Bread and Cakes made' fro'm the best material we can buy. We guarantee all our products to be of the best quality. BLUE LINE CARS STOP AT OUR DOOR, North Lethbridge Bakery PHONE 1307 Then etve Kim a pure irool y, by bit f ncndBob ijonf, m rofflp with ill Mi rlccr He'i btitboy In the Und, If tt tmra A Bob Long Brand. BOB LONG Pure Wool Worsted Jerseys For Dad and the Lad Pnli-oref or Button Shouldir -Slyt. for Hird.Wcir, Cekfert'' aad 9' R. G. LONG CO., TORONTO MwttMl Xtl Breitfi' C.itil tt Ctttt Palace Meat Market BLOOD POISONING lockjaw and blood poisoning result from the-ne'gkct of a slight scratch or little cutl Ham- Un's Wizard Oil is a sate (iv'e first aid treatment It is a'pow- erful antiseptic and should be ap- plied immediately to wounds of this kind to prevent danger of infection. soothing and healing and quickly drives out pain and inflam- mation in leases of sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and sting- as rtliablt, too, for stiff nicL, sore feet, cold tores, canker sores, earache and toothache. it from dpjggistr for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and get your hi on ey back. _. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizsra pleasant little pink pilli, 34 CCfita Guaranteed. Ctepasts -of W, per Priine Roast Beef Special Tomato Sausage, per Iti 35c finest Home Cured Bacon, per t; Whole or Half Slab i ________________._._._._._._- ,v ,lj i We have only a would ask you to please place your 01 dex Palace Meat Market 13th.StN. Phone 431 Important Announcement GENERAL. HARDWARE 13th STREET. N. (IN THE OLD PALACE LIVERY BARN, SEpOND AVE. -SOUTH) WILL BE HELD On Saturday, May 1st, 1920 THE' BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED BY WADDINGTON AND MARSH And Auction Seles of Stock, Implements, etc., will bo Kcld every IE you hnvo for snlc, nlnglo head or car.IoLi-sona them (or Inclusion !n our opening tato next Saturday, May 1st. MR. Get In toucli with us at once, aril It you haro stocK or Implements to dl-spoae of lot us have particulars without delay, If yen wish to purchase stock or Implements v.-fite us, giving your rcquircincnls and we Kill ME as your, purchasing agent. Our Intention Is no up a liualnces that will slve service to farmers anil alockmfn, and by straightforward dealings merit tlio support of that HOClIon fjt 'the community we. seek to serve. REMEMBER THE MAY 1st. WE WANT YOUR ENTRIES IN BY FRIDAY, Apflit- sotii, AT LATEST, PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEK WADDINGTON MARSH LIVESTOCK AUCTIONEERS AND AGENTS SECOND AVE. 5. LETH8RIDQE. Whole or Half Slab, per Ib.; The quality and flavor of this Bacon canrwt be beat, and at the price will go quick- ly. Please place YQUR ORDER EARLY. Special TOMATO SHUSH Per pountj Per pound Limited Dominion Fish and Poultry; ifauti 412 Phone 545 Phone 1654 ;