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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTH-US HIE DAILY SATIT1UUY, APRIL 24, 1929 RETROACTIVE ONE YEAR VANCOUVER, BC Ayril Canadian still In an embryonic stale :tre being made locally for ibc reception and entertain- ment of delegates of the CauasUau Manufacturers' Association, who. to the number or wit arrive here !rom nil parts of itie Dominion to si- tend the annual convention, on Juno The visitors "will In spe- cial trains, one bearing: Ontario dele- gates, and the other those from Que- bec and the Maritime Provinces. "Get acquainted" will be the order 01' the day as soon the delegates reach Ike. o.ty, (or UIH: purpose .Mon- day morning it being left vacant. the after noon there will bej a motor Two Hundred and Fifty Members of Canadian Manufacturers Association Expected tit Coast i trip around Dnrruld IVnhifuia lo Co- quiiUtu. and the party will be ihi> guests ol .New Westminster whiK> i passing through the Hoyitl City. Business Sessions I Morning and ufternuou sessions tor business will be held on Tuesday imrl Wednesday, th.'_ del1.'- gates boing entertained: it H _ I by various publk' ies, ;it luncheon each day. these will in ell probability, ike b-'-itil o! '..-ade. ihe notary situi Kiwanis Clubs, and at some early ttaso of the f.itkeriri? I'remu'r Oliver will extttnd a welcome o.i behalf c? the province, A up the Inlet to the Xc-rlh Arm will bo one c! the moai de'ilghtful events of the convention. On Wednesday tvei'.ins the- annual i banquet, always one of tiio most im- portant -.'eattiri-s of the convention. will be liciu 'n ihe hall rroai Hotel This function will r.-ul ihe ns far as Vancouver is concern- ed', and on Thursday morning the party will take boat to Victoria and the afternoon will be taken to the gardens of II. U. Diitchart, at Toil Intel. In the- evening there will e a tail or reception and ou -Friday there will be a mo'.or trip and Gordon Head. Losk After Ladies Jleatnvliile the ladies of tho party will be veil looked and a series of pleasant gatherings for their de- lectation are being arranged. One ot will tie a trip by boat to Wig- Wam Inn, on the North Ann. and some tit the ladies' organizations have other entertainments under way. There be no formal (unction when tho party returns from Victoria, as Hie members will go immedlatelj to their trains, en route for homo. All these plans are tentative at pre- sent, but the above is a general out- line ol the suggested entertainments. Business matters to come before the convention arc uniltr consideration by the local branch of the association, which has 163 members in British Co- lumbia. There are 1400 membe.-s in the Dominion. Canadian service re-classification IE now lii oper- ation nnd Is retvoaelivo to April 1, 1SUJ. Tne esperts eu- on tbis work havo cot been released as yet, bat tbo term o! their contract expires at the end of. Ihe present month. roiTctf-nvtlccr which requires no ncvtr full, pro J-ouchwx SEAL, BRAND Allow a hf taUtspoonful to tach CUD. Pour fesr'fc'pg wctcr on thfr coScc. filtered, Jtwiil be the most delicious coffee you nee tested. UM fins-ground gra ds c-f Seal t Brand, in i 3-lb. iir-tight At oil good Oft tccAJn, "Perfra Mite" ii wnt e CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. HOME "What your definition of home" "Home is the niaco where you can't find the-hammer or the saw when you really need Free Press. Utie to the high cost ot living. Rev E.. Sippcrly. Peeskill. N.Y., resignei as pastor of three suburban churches and went to work in-a pearl factory Fines aggregating were col lectod In Windsor Police Court as a result of the raid on the gambling house at Pat Driulllard. Hiding Places Are Yielding Up Valuable Treasures to World Again VENICE. April that the. is. over and Ve-nlce has ecovered from tho nightmare of hav- ng her wealth ot art destroyed by shell fire or worse still, looted by sol- llers. one by one her treasures Irora underground cellars or distant galler- es arc being returned to their places. One of her most admired poses- pions however. Titan's "Assumption of :ho which is-counted among he seven great masterpieces in Ihe world, the pride o.r the Venetian Aca- demy oJ Fine been return- ed, not to the' gallery, but to its ori- ginal home in. ihe choir of ihe beaull !ul'gothie Church the Fran, for which it was painted by In 151S. The magnitieicnt frame of carred marble which was originally built round it now shows c'f the glorious picture to advantage and the Vene- tians are delighted that.It should be restored lo the position where' its donors and the great genius who com- posed it intended it to remain. Burning Gas Flow Presentet Very Difficult Problem engineers ar the but the pressure was too great anil the cap was blown off. HowoTer, ef- forts were and success was the reward a few days ago. SHOE POLISHES THE GREAT HOME SHINE 5or Blacl, Tan, Leather Shoes White Cake and LiquiJ for White Shoea THE f. T. DAtlEY COMOHATICWS LTD., .HAMILTON. CAN. PARENTS HIRE TEACHER AND START SCHOOL OF THEIR OWN IN B. C. (Eonaeruainrij nf SIR EDSlU.ND WALKER, O.T.O.. LL.D.. A. 3. VOGT. Mulctl Mid-Summer Local Examinations in Music Ths Conservatory's Examiners in the I'raditd Branches will conduct ciammatloiB in Albtrla, and Cclumbta itic tatter part of Juno or early part of July ncit, definite data, for the various centres lo be de- cided upon after May hi, by which date applications from all points in We.Mern Canada must have reackJ the Registrar. Theory Examinations for all Canada, June 21, 22, and 23 GET AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK FREE. YOUR GROCER HAS IT. WONDERFUL RESULTS ARE OBTAINED FROM Royal Household Flour HAMMOND, B.C.. April Residents here.' declining to ac- cept Hie school tnistees mandate that they send enkatice pupils to Mapld Kdge wblle the Hammond school is barred to theni, have engaged a teacher and started a school r.f their Trn. All overhead expenses is lo be borne by the "revolutionists." Parents claim that lac school board is not rep- resentative of 'Hammond forcausc the ranMate O.-om tills end of the municipality was defeated in the January elections. Several train crews have been laid o''f on the London division of the C. I'.H. on account of the embargoes that liavc been, put on all ports of into the U.S. SIR HENRY WILSON Field Marshal, who lias gone to Tie last, possibly to act as adviser lo Gcr Sir Macrcady in coping wit oultjreaks in IreteJ. Hearst's Liberal Education i SIR HALL CAINB Author ct "The "The Prodigil "The Woman Thou G'lveit etc., whose new novel, "The Master o( is now running in Hearst's. Is Mart Happier Without Would Victor S'towell, hive, been happier had he never met Bessie did'Prince Fedor of Monte.. Carlo organize among Itis friends "The Enemles'of a community frofn .Which. women were strictly excluded? Are men really happier without women? The two great novels of Master of by Hall Cain'ev.an3 "The Enemies of Blasco with this ques-' tion. Both these great novels have just started in Hearst's. r Htorsi't for.May, 35 cnt.i BLASCO IBANEZ Autbor o! "The Four Honemen of the "Blood and etc., whofc naw noftl, "Tlie Enemies of is jutt in Hearst's. Has Nature a Brain? Does thought die when life leaves our physical brain? Scientists say there can be no thought without a living brain. Yet, argues Maurice Maeterlinck, before the appearance, of mart, Nature was far more intelli- gent than we are. In the world of plants and fishes and insects, she had already achieved the most marvelous inventions. Nature to conceive, ideas does not need the brain of man. In fact our own brains themselves are but the evidence of pre-existent thought. Hearst's for May, 35 ctnfs yacht snd Africa! I'd Jove it, but I can't I don't do those she said. She lay hick in the great chair, a sleridor, almost boyish figure and yet to entirely firL" THE DERELICTIONS OF DOLF Bj P. H. Billy Heint'i fer.Uir "It was like a scene acted in i pliyhonie, but it put the fear of death into one who watched. The Oriental was surely the .most devilish ever urged the murder of jnnocent men." THE HOUSE BY THE .LOCH Br Kuril's for May Are Ghosts Good Detectives? Has crime ever been detected through spirihialiSm? Sir: Arthur Corian Dcyle says it.hac. ,He .cites., as evidence a: few of many cases taken from court records in America and abroad, which have plained in the past as extraordiijary" coincidences.or is' Providence. Bead "The Mystery 6i. the Red "The Murder of the Cornish "The Biood Stain on the Dream That Prophesied a and see if you can explain them. Hearst's far May, 35 cents Do You Believe in What would you do if yob had been ruined by business associates and then two years later you struck it rich in let E. Phillips Oppenheim tell-Jthe story. "The Fall of the House of BultiweU" is the first of a new series of'short stories by Mr. Oppenheim, whose great novels of international intrigue and adventure are well known to readers of Hearst's. If you read "The Box With Broken you surely will not want to miss these wonderful stories. Hearst's for May, 35 cents "Her voice caressed yellow as him.power- With her forefinger.she made signs though writing in Turkish or Chinese IT Robert W. Hxtit'i In Does Your Child Eat Carrots? Do you know that certain vegetables have remarkable effects on the growth and health of children? That the absence of some of these vegetables from the diet of a child may stunted growth or diseases of the nerves and eyes? Resd about the wonderful discover- ies nutrition 'experts about carrots, sweet snips, beets and other vegetables arid many other interesting facts in Science of the Month, by Dr. Henry Smith Williams. Hearst's for May, 35 tents "There '3 a constant shifting of in the Hal] ol Fame. Celebrities o! yei- tecday are tfci hasbcens The general toward the back door and the junk in the alley." CHROMOS IS THE HALL OF FAME BjWilt Hwnt I for M.j Why Do People Take Drugs? The use of'habit-forming drugi Jn the United States has grown to an alarming extent. It is estimated that in New York City alonj there are several hundred thousaild drug addicts. The habit is the more'in- sidious because often acquired inno- cently by the unsuspecting victim medical use. The only way. to cope with this terrible evil is to warn against its awful re- sults. It is with this purpose that Hearst's publishes "The Corifcs- sions of a Drug Hearst's far May, 3S cm ft IF you are content with an ordinary magazine, if you are not willing to pay well for the very best, you-won't want Hearst's this month or any other. But if you really want the works of the world's great of the world's great make sure each today with the May your