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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ar-niLi 'represented a loss to them ot 000 to The' committee later announced that shares were in lyrm is PaW per Share for His Cost Over NEW agree- meat wis reached between Allan Uy-. with an estimated profit to an, chairman Motor Car w" the protective commit: eee organized to safeguard j( Blty-eleht slock- exchange houses under contract to deliver Stutz stock by which settlement with Ryan a arranged; Tho Bottlem. filed at share, nlus JS5' for a 20 per "copt. sibcfc' dividend, "plus for premiums' for SO.daya at J2 a day... Stutz was suspend- Lcd by the b'oanUbf governors ol the 'shares were' aeillng at }39r and later odd'lqfi were sold for more' Immediately 'toe lha curb where trading in Fixing of Aug. 1, 1923, in New Elections Act Causes Mis- uo11? ith none bldS 6n Stutz opened YJUT W offered; offered. 'market reacted to the settlement by an upward trend ot trading. MK .-Ryan''previously had ottered to settle irttli traders snort.on Sluts at. a btip.he1-later with- dreP'tiris of.'aiy which, firms considered- Sad It would not revived.; y. The-: settlement j followed'; i several days of sharp, exchanges'between the committee' re'nrjseritluE tb'j shorts and Mr. who.Ml is liiltihaUd. had cornered. Stutz :stopk. This-he denied. saM merely to-p'rp-' AjlyH Drifry thal.'.the 5 Dili.fixing the for the next provincial elec- tion, will be dropped from the act ?at r Wall street, .authorities estinla.lcd on part He that the date would .probably be fixed at next- year's seailon of the house. OntaVlo teachers completed the or- ganization of a provincial federation for the advancement of'their claims for greater they at present receive. Dotv't Trust to When ordering Tea, but insist oa getting the The Tea That Never Disappoints Black, Green or Mixed Seeded Packets Only. WOMEN DYEING EVERYTHING They use "Diamond Dyes" and Add Years of Wear to' Old, Faded Fun I It's fun to beat high clothes cost, fun' to see faded, shabby appare turn new, fun to add years of wear, to worn ging- '.hams, house-dresses, aprons, skirts, sweaters, children's coats, every- "Diamond Dyes." "A elauce at the above stunning treasons, the very latest designs from Paris will easily prove to mere man that among the ladles overalls are not likely to become ''exceedingly" popular. worry' about perfect i "Diamond guaranteed to Just we fadeless color to any, material, whether wool'or ailk; linen, cotton or mixed Direction Book in pad-age. DruggUt hu Color Cird. Representatives Will be Present .-From .All .Provinces L-. vJtljbs easy to say a thing is 'another: TrwtttejF ho it. Blue Ribbon jvill stand every TttVTT i" 1 IV I I OTTAWA, (By: Canadian Press.) Tlier "cpn'fcrence'- oil'- laws ivbich' opens, here1- on Qldnday with delegate's :frein provinces of the Dominion save Prince Edward Island, will, ifjjs cipsi.ted, last from ,one to two opened t'j the nunister office ot. o'clock choice o! a "chairman dele- TERMS OF AGREEMENT FRANCE AND RUSSIA PARIS, April Freuca Wlra ncsj__Under tne; agreemont relatlv ei'chahge ollRuss'lan prisoner. wHich jbeen _Sigued( a Copenhagen by M.; Lltvlnoti and tn French representative, 125 Prenc women and children arc, to bo sen Immediately1 to'Ih'e'Finnish bf'sovliSt authorities. They.' will !h released in exchange' for the thre thousand Russlati "soldiers who at Odessa'b 43, hairman ee- aiea. i ..The prepared (ibrnpreheiiiSYe'.'''-: menio'fiBu'da dealing "with the most imfSflVtaris ipf the labor' laws and poinUns'pat.the' differences between the statutes'bt the various provinces. It, is expected that these idll pr.ove oMalue in arriving at unl- i liave 'Beacuiiful Jiaiir and ave ii ASPIRIN v-It is not expected that the'meeting will be open, although, this will 'be- left to the decision- of..- 'ho The .discussion ably be'bt a "nature and it may be considered; more .satis- factory to issue statements at inter- .v.als announcing ._the accomplish- Lents.'- A numher changes in'the names f by the ahor owln'g'-tb .the'facl hat appointed nd mplciyees of. Now Brunswick will he epresonted by G. R. Melvin, i.secre- ary.of the .New Brunswick' Federa- Ion ol SU John., R. J1. Leckie, i; represent .the; em- ployees of Saskatchewan, and, erl McCreath, of.Kdmonton, .the em- tlpyees of J. D. McNiv'eri.'derJuty'miriiJter of abor for. .British Cohimbia, .will bo iero for tho govern meat of that prov- Tlic. iilentifics tljo only Aspirin for over nine- teen veara'and now made in Cawtda. Always -tray 'an uncrokcn package oJ 'flayer.Tablets of Aspirin" which conlains proper'dircctioTis for CoHfj Hcadacho; Tobtliachc, Earache, Jtcu; ralgia, Lumbago, Itheumatism, Iveun- tis Joint 'Pains, and-Pain'generally- Tin boxes of 12 tablets coat but a, few cents. Larger "Bayer" packages. .ero ony lli Ihelr Irlde '-Bayer ALL THE WORLD AND TO Bij'V EVERY CREATURE." "BEHOL'p'l PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT A Western Canada Evangelistic Campaign 111 otnur jta1 wllhout eiception, shall be repat-] rfaled within three-ibonths-hy.-way-ot the'Black' Sea. r.ELY SETTLED SAN HEMO, April official statement -issued ailer -tils morning's g'ot the supreme cpuncB at this mprnT ing's Jrie.etlng cpntlnued ita dlscussfqn ot'rhe frontiers .of Armenia tocj of.thu aid to'be given to the Arrachian state JUiarion, head of the Annenlatt for; its formation.. .from the Ttepub.l.o ot Eri- supplied with full explana i-ions. Smyrna's staiiis, .with, the as siftanee Premier-. .Veafzelos, of Greece, was. approved." luxuriant hair is within the reach of girl and woman. It is all a mat- ter of care and cultivation. No longer is it necessary for your hair to be dull; brittle and lusberless. A few applications of Jicujbro's'Herpicide will "effect, a most gratifying changfe. The hair, will radiate health and beauty its- growth'will be will show- life, snap and luster before unknown. The unsightly dandruff disappear and your hair will cease to come out The scalp will be clean and healthy and the itching overcome. -In connection with the use otNeivbro's aid and have iature -for every. girl shiny _ 7 Send ib cents in stamps or, coin: today for. booklet. "on: "The, -Care of .tKe Hair' -.Address: -The Depirt- S-'A. -'Sold, By Dfag and Dtpai'tment tho BiKir Sfcopt. ill on a CONDUCTED BY WILL BE HELD AT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 30th to June 13th WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS havlna rooms to rent at rates, I and who are yVHIIno to accommodate out of p Tax-.oh to sy; actlcpXOf; A Y OUR'blood may be Be thin, weak, and watery. th? If tliin, there is a pallor of the lips, gums and "in side "of eyelids. Tin' anaemic or bloodless. Since everyounce of nourish.hent supplied to the humaii system is' obLained from 'the' anaemic condition means a starving of the nerves and crippled functioning of the vHal organs. '674. W. Jcjnlinuet arid1 'revived he Industry; 6f Illicit wfilafcey making. .for- secret i stills is _ofois and" Wen the possession of plrlts Is a punlahahle offense. A lonnghau man whu pleaded that the, wo glasscu ol whiskey found on hid ircmtscs as a "ruh' fo_r its slsler's was fined ilQO, hut II was atterWard tb six pounds Ortlcial customs and excise returna show lhat in 181S Dublin payment's totalled an increase of nearly over Ihe figures for 1D1S. This increase is due to higher dulles and lo the fact that In latter years there was relaxation In restric- tions on the quantities of beer am) spirits allowed for conmi'ihitllon. Fig- ures for Belfael were a million less than for' DiiMin and showed an In- crease ot only twenty per cent, over 1818. i Tlcv. T. A. Halncnny, general sec- retary of the Onlario Sunday School BrtucaHonal Association of thi Methodist Church ol Canada, and formerly pastor ot Bell Wreet Melt odist Church, OJtawn, has. accepted Anaemia M'ss Alice Howes, 21 Haiidiiigton Street, Gait, Oni'.r I was very ill with a'nacirtln, iould not sleep at night, nd my appetite seemed entirely Kone. I uffered in I lib 'way for nearly Jhree Headache, lack of energy and ambifion, failure of -the digestive syBtem, shprtness of breath, weak heart action and sluggish) torpid condition; of thersymptonis of. anaemia. Anaemia of the Brain time. 1ml did not any relief. I bc down, and a, .1 hot, >''v .1 Lf i u .Only, he aipout: oy coimty., M.S. i Weapaentas Dj. Ghaje a Neryc Import. Ch83C., Ncrvc Food. jn Harch, ion, i had anaemia, of the brain, and the ineoUl i'v'p'svs'lem lias and physiclil suilcrini! I endured ia fi I trnm GoH. perhaps, the of ''-'ln condensed nd easily nJl-Cl-llifr Mood-fomiin -elements, .scions, [e. J httd treatment from three- end for twelve days was uncon- nerves were nlfcclcd, nnd cverywhcic -I'jiw ''doctors onu lor twelve aays was uncon- Llifr hlootr-forming -eleraeritS wliilo for three months I wV fed v. 'U 10 and cared for like on infant. My mother nasirrtilnlod iprm onxioiis for me (Ousn Dr. Chase's i anxious .v nerves Were are foundlin tltlS well-kllO-sra fOOfJ went 1 used to take dizzy and fatnimg .J l it (ood- After using two using it for t ilcaiflo McixMil Street Metiioiilal Church. Ottawa, and will assume tie pastorate hero In itno 1021. iiiel s. .My iflntisflnti iiniua wutii'] iiuuuiiii- fpi horn wi rrivp fin -----o S, I would black specks before ray The letters pllbllSllCCl Here Will gne an. t monihs, my health Improved so and coW pcrspirnlion would come Of benefits U> obtained iTOm tflO ropidly that doctors and friends said my >ut on me. My molher hod iwen lakinp recovery wes.a miracle. Dr. Chasers Nerve Dr. Chnse.'s Nerve t'ood wilh excellent reiulls, nnd the ndviwd me to do the snme. 'But il hnrcl for me lo tnkt pills, so I nent to fl doctor in instead. How- ever, his treatment did roe no good, at last decided 14 follow' my mother odvicc. 1 bcgnn tskine Dr. Clmsc's Nerve Food, and gradually founrl myself gclline heller. I soon was able lo sleep at nignl without any difficulty, my appetite came lack, ond 1 began to gnin hack my natural'color. Aftfr tokins nhmil lirclve boxes of ihis njcdicrne lf was able to icliirn to iny work in Toronto. My friends Ihcrc. policed the Improvement in my connilion, and 1 am now stronger ancl henlllilcr llion 1 have liecn fnr a long, long time. 1 shall always rccoinrncnd "I cannot recommend Dr. Chase's iVcrvc food too highly, even to thoss jho seem lo be facing death. Vie Veep it in the house now, and I use il occa- nfonnlly to keep 'Hi.' I stall reerct thnl I did not follow my mothers advice nnd use it whilfc 1 was nwoy teach- ing, whenever! fell nervous or lircd. Bui gas I had no serious illness and did not rcnlirc the vnluc. of il, 1 ntfflccled hecdinj Inothcr's advice until it wns too iato and 1 had a complete brcnkdoirn. Hut thenks to Providence' and Dr. Chase's Nctvc Kood.'f have hceti enjoying my former hcnllh and slrcnglh for the pnsl Iwo years. _. _ "We hive uwl Chnse's Kidney- long time. 1 shall always recommend 60 cents a box, ail dealers or Edmanson, Bates t pills Cnlnrrli Powder nnd Ointment Dr. Chase's Nerve I go, Toronto. portrait and signature- of in our home, must sny wo.have bcca 09 I really is ocst uciumcni r ot the instant rehef oblainablc for wprooul nerves nod run-