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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE EIGHT IIIK U'.'l MHHUXiiV UAILY HKHALU FRIDAY, APRIL A Question of Smells By H. F. GADCBY. "And what might ihe smell the youngest Ottawa eorrespoo- imt. -RjUsr replied tiia Old Hand, "it Isn't There no rats [a ihis room. rats ihe mis are elsi- "It's- a stronge ibe roungosl "as it 90018- fhing lingered around unburled. iJmburgor '.'heese or a shantymaii's locks. Whatever it it's pretty wtten. Do you Ihinlc It could be ibe War Measures "No." answered old Hand, "it Sr-n'l ihe War Measures Act. Tbe last lime they took it out lo grab the G. T. P., Is smelt a llittp mouldy, but 'hit ivas all. It's crummy. I'll admit, but H Isn't least not "Might It be the seven thousand irders-in-ccuflcSl passed by Uiilon Gov: asked the youngest Cor- respondent. ".Voir that ia prac- SRIP, INFLUENZA Wizard OH a AnttMfttic .During influenza epidemics spray tiie'nost an'd Ihrbat several tiracsi i day with one part XV'i'zani Oil and two pirts water, uiing an atomizer, If you havtn't an atomirir, gargle the throat and snuff the mixture up the nose. This treatment sets up an antiseptic wall of defense against "Flu" germs. Chest colds and sore throat lead to grip. Stop them at once with OiJ before they can develop Into dangerous influenza. del it from druggists for 30t If not return the boltte get your money baclv. Ever constipated or liave sick head- 3'-hir? JuM try Wirnr I Liver AYrn'-x .tEcally lu Kteht, they cau'i bo keepins rerj- welt." .1 j the Old Hand "ii Uu't-j jtUa seven thousand In-councU'l i brought in little bill to post- Jciire ihe other day, So they'll jpjss a littla 1-Jiigpr without offeuco i to tbe Health O "icer. You'll have to i (guess agaio my boy." j "IX) you think i' could be" Tar ventured the Yuungost 1 pondent. "It's pretty liish you know. i The fel'ov.-s go hold- their bul they tiou't seem j 10 be trying lo disinfect it." i "No." ihf O10 Hand, "it isn't; the tariff. A lot of nasty tilings can i be said about the tariff, but H Is at least a live issue. This you 110- j i is a dead one." i gtiessed the Youngest Torrespcndrnt. "It's the lot Public Information. It's becti deed thn start, il'a high tiiiie It 1 decently interred." "Xo" growled ih'e Old Hand, "it isn't ihe Department or Public Infor raation. That belongs to Mr. Rowsll who, as evsrj'body knows, carries with him nothing st rouse r than the odor of sfuictity. The attempt to use the Department o( Public InTonnatiou as a poison-gts fact on- failed, and u note' quite harmless, though ly uiinnec'essary and abs.irdly fipen- sive." "M If lit it fra, ilie Censors Depart- afked the- Youngest dent. "The war is over now; the overseas censorship is liUed. and we have about as much of a cen- sorship here as a camel has. for a third stomach. Tbe Censors Depart- ment has outlived its usefulness and ought lo be buried forthwith." "Slowly, my chlded the Old Hand. "You're skating on thin ice (here, Remembor that the Censors Department distributes one hundred thousand dollars a year in salaries to newspaper men. It's juirt of the Union MOOPK JAW. ?risk. Ayril Kq'jaliu- of a-j'l the tree moi- fc.- lot illy di sal lei wore tlu1' o! two resolyt'ons tbat were r.l this morning's of War Veterans' "'onvent.oa. Thr pension subject the most of the r.icr.i...t! and-ivsiimng iu the mov- ig of 3 resolution strongly recom lending the goverutuent to equalize all pccsfcns and to largely Increase tbe present scale of' peiiskms lo turred mo'n anil" particularly to the dependents ot ilooeased syldiers. nient (o opinion, by toepinj .10 oiv public agitators FARMER DIED FROM A BOIL Tho tt was Croat ra'socing, whTol, 5 l-cill. Such a email bcstfnniog io to disastrously: -Yet thij It lo to aoroct nfco allow a sore c- wound to become Infected. surest tLn time time. entle anddnvra out Tbtn Its actlom oa tiss-jes retoKi in aiiick ironth of cur skin. that and iroucds are aealtd In (hcrtett possible time. Cet a kos to day and >repartd. We. "And the Hopfilriatlon am. Employ- ment girded tho Youngest Correspondent. ''It seoms to do notli- Ins, but 'issue diagrams showing labor] how many it tho; nearosi job. Wouldn't it be 'better to ishnt the thing off and nature its..cotirst1? "Softly, my smi.f'J. the Old (Hand. "Lay tio hands on the Tleps- {triation and Employmeni commilttce, .another refuge of tired and retired journalists, another sanctuary of super, propaganda.' our -friends are there as snug In i the cheese." Is remarked tho; Youngest bu'. j isciell i. i :cre Every j t-i a s'ink I'crley ar.d aatl Tamer, j Czi'l i: je ihis stoni'li iliat pormealsj ths ar.iwered the Old Hand. "It Arjyil Argyll Mouse rray zT.-ay r.riri ihU sniel! is right lure in; it. b? tfcp Trade Hrr.rd." ent. "It is still -yay and ex-j 'the 1'Lc-i tho iiew'FtmnchiM Act If it's a? rotten Times Election Act, it will be too rotten by half. We must Not Mir Vul tiiU thote who lure by riuiu cbonu tUt with v 'It li the Preach it all Tfci ui4 vhea, .irhtt K WM ftboijt. So aUuriiif bit Ua MM lo tha allied' so ia has dow Into reveils Madolon" so Undarly. tUWi for the Girl of HtW to e who MT W tar from Only OM. t Belox the cimj) where sol- r Uw. raoatcr, There au ina tbtj- call Poilua1 A modest house wtJla with Ivy Hard.b.r the woois coay The girl whb oo ut pleasing. Uke syirkJloir wine eyes Utfun. She.hardly halts to our She's only known as delpq.......... All through our dreams at ntfht, nil tbruuffh our day's dull She's only .Mad el on, tut __ AQ'S, wt' carry war over into times of peace." "Tlie> wouldn't, have the nerve." chirped the Youngest Correspondent, "It would be too raw. Hasn't the.-world., bobn. made safe for domocracyj" "Perhaps, coony; but that Isn't ths question. made eafe for Ifrfon and "will a FrancWse Act do Hand .and the sullied snitll was than ever. corner trtppinc Co our table, We boldly pluck her skirt as she sqes by; JUd each one whispers- lor his pretty fable, Made up to'win. her. on the'sly. 1 ur Madolnn Ja not a surly beauty, So, whence chuck her chin to lead her She all, aad fwls she's dono her New D. Hamilton is Secrefary- I Treasurer warpriiij. cui tiiere a.j-7rcr.i.- uiiizsi brlrf of the consliOition ot in the you (ho w Y A. and referred to complain of coraes-from ol taen Gladly Syrup of. Figs" from 'tho i-ci IlDDrd. It's] prett) rink Cis ibatl Oljr ell tht ;r--Ja i: gets pciyj for. CAUDSTON, April wai mlUioa creilil as iarge a gathering last evening mania and jj-3 court house as one coulfi countrJea slva is ,esponse (0 Ihe call for organ- your MI. r-r ot the Great War veterans Ai- adicQn.Firf :bo OH "V.Vj-TC nt lhjs point, to eirc-: ot a; .023; n B Brown Tas cailed as FIivslls has luesa to r.t; lg (he jneeiilig. He save a war prLtj. cut tors aro -rrcr.c ticCo o[ constitution ot tbe roVtencr. much deadlier loathe nealth ,iesipia'te this local orpmiT.- you ha.e HaTO _y. r-anada V .aid the Youngest Cor- Tie H10' respondent. "H's strongest in Uie Cabinet. The honorable gentlemen seem to have "it c-vea in1 their hair. They're steered, sensed, pickled in it. The members 'at Parliament are plastered with it, tut ihuch. The old line Tory the high- est flavored." "You've said grunted the Old Hand. "The mess you smell is tho War Time Election .Act. H Tvas always a rotten trick anil now it's rotteher i'our genuine Syrjp of: Rp.1' -'pull- directions and dose for babies and children of all ages ,Tvho are constipated, feverisH, tonpie- or full of cold, are..plainly, printed or. Ihe bottle.; Loot {or the nime DO a rouen incK anu now 115 toian ever. It Is an pffe'nce to- high heaven. The, Cpmniitteei on Expiring Laws shoutd h'ave' attended to it months ago.'H cheating the under ..._______0----------- I "shonld have :tlioiight that the iittee was asked lo report at S'flrst thing Parliametit "would do would meeting to be held later when it wa; [lie to give it hasty burial..Bui it still greeted that one of the Calgary vet 'lingers above ground. 'Mr. Howell and erans would be sent down to assis tion o( a number of tie boys were SUE- gestion was acted upon- favorably to choose only the president ana secret ary-treasurer at this meeting and complete the full quota at some sub- wheo a better represen- tation 61 the boys might be had. For president. Maj. H. B. Brown was electee, ocd for seeretary-tMas urer Mr. G. D. Hamilton .was, tin choice. A committee upon constitution and bylaws was also named, Lieut. B. H Iiiay with :-tes. E. L. Cody and C. O being the selection. This com I the other lovers cif human' liberty seem ;loatli to put it j "it's that tad, is 117" i Youngest Correspendent. asked the In ths completion of the orjanlzation and to eiplain fiilljv to thJ great value of their 'membership. Martin Woolt. M.P.P.; Mayor W. E Piichor, ana Jlr. Hart ver i "It's that had." gruntaj the Old pjicher, and Jlr. Hart Spencer wer Hand "and worse. I la detect a the patrons' of the local G 'reek of fresh evil in-it.-Perhaps y_ SPECIALS in Young Men's Clothing 23.00 20.00 ORBY TWEED BEIiTBD on rale............................. DARK HROWN WAIST LINK Recular SVS; on >ale GHBY TWEED BELTED HaRubr }25; on sale PARK SPECKLED GREV, FORM FITTING-- OA AA Regular ?25; nn sale tU.UU DROWN CHECK, FORM P.ejiilar S23; on sate 'SPECKLED iJRU'.VN Uek'ilar ?1S; o'n'ialc' 19.00 15.00 BOYS' SUIT SPECIALS GREY TWEED BKLTBI7 DARK GRDY CHECK BBIABD 'Regnlsr tlS, on SPF.CKLB1) ORBY TWBfpD BBUTEI) Rtgulsr J15; on sale BROWN LIGHT CHECK, WAIST LINK MODEL Refiilar on sale DARK OBBV CHECK, NBW '.Regular on HROWN WORSTED BELTED Refilar 112.50; on 15.00 13.50 12.00 14.00 11.50 9.75 MEN! TAKE NOTICE ODD SIZES IN DRESS SHIRTS 11, It, regular prlcta thets ihlrts t1.SO >nd Tt dor at.................... J.F.THAELL STft'trntET SOUTH AND'eoar 3Rn AVEMU- SOOTH Slaw run the hours wa pus lonely, u dtys on, words'ire mean (o Ull We tell instead to She our aaMt muss ksjr; hutch, and think ot fatr OTer'there; monirc ferUnt and JalulHj to kar vlth his MKMOstUL HV-A cltjr ha MM 6r th. Army Mi .Miry V. A irrwth wu IM I OB t ot the mr. BlWvr prewaHwl to TTtiTr. tf comnuadUiK fMa aitttajy trlct. A. D.C.M. itw to Cipt. C. C. Bnatllvir. Islwn. VinwuTtr. fcr kaUac ot hl> pUlooc til etiwr ud Mricants haul ind iMdliv It aucctwfiill; h) tha tack, althoucfa wu won4- GraJn Grawan ttrt Ktadarslrr Udtril ttcliti to for the purpose of nominating a rarai. to ru on platform. T9m4 waft Bis iirlia, -tad boldly tOd to uk Kow.Madaloix ia not "One .maa could mot tuake She aad showed a jrettr dimple; heart Is with the rail- Veil, ev'ry soldier has at hoiue hfa .dearest The girl who waits and [one day .will bOhle; she'fi far, while Madejoa is To catch the looting inessaje o! our rood! i ;Your friends will. come. Sand.I cannol spare; To aerrt.Uw soldiers' wlue 1 naed f.. The quarterly ofTlciaJ.board ot ZIca hu'inTlttd Her. Dr.; Crammt; (o, become the- recular pe.s.tor for the; remainder ot the con- ference'year. Inspector kirn, ot the North. Moulted arrived. In Grand Torts, B.1 C., def- inite .Quarters ,for: the. detachment oC DON'T NEGLEQ A RHEUMATIC PABi Go aRcr ii wltk daiiftroai Apply a liiilt, don't it Irilt, (ood-by.twiaiict Sinie for external aches, pains, ttfains, slifineti joints or linentu, bruisei. Instant relief without mussincis or clothing. the biggest seuiaf liniment year after nomicil by reason of eaorawas a bottle ready at in limtt Jtjdc in Canada. jow dntggut for Sloan's Uniment _. i -liils be located tneri. The recent lire, when Mr. R; C Beck's residence was destroyed ha caused some agitation a paid fir brigade to be organized locally, i Th town has a good supply of hose an considerable 'equipment but well directed efioil and a'few tralne Workers is apparent. Considerate! saring'upon the insurance ralea coul. tie affected if an organization shoul. jo effected with a chief and regular! .rafncd force. Perhaps.the roun cil can this problem. Cardston people are. all pleased to know that Mrs. James Cope is mak- ,ng good progress since Saturday last. Her husband dieil recently from the effects of influenza and as the lady heraelf did not seeiri to" any progress toward strength and full re- covery, Dr. P. M. Campbell was called last Saturday allerndon from bridge. After a thorough considera- tion of the Inily'H faae, ahe was taken lo the local hoipllal and operated up- on for the removal gathered In the cavity. Considerably more than a quart was removed by Dr. Campbell and ttii lady Is now ing dally. Mrs, Van Haarlem of. Lethbriilge, ivho rame out with ly. Campbell, asslMed at the operatinjj room. Dr. nnd Mr3. V. V. Christie look all the care pMsilile of Dr. Campbell anil Mrs, Van Haarlem while (hey. were' (here mill witli many others who re- member them Irora past, experiences, will always 1m gliul lu wqlr.ome them in CardF.lon. Miss Sliorln. who been Lady of Ihe Curdatnn Hos- pital for sfimo timo past, spent her natter boliilaya at Jluth Jordan was In charge during absence. I main reason why you bay a tractor to pro- I dace greater crops at a larger profit And tractor that will do the work at the least coat is the tractor you of CDunse.lhal-h baa the slrenjrth and durabilitj to give h lonf Itfc. Above we illustrate a comparison ofoperadaf costs upon actual official public tests. We iake as an example an official demonstration in which were W of tns best known In nakinf the comparison, we, howerer, bave considered only the 2} tractors entered as kerosene burners, eliminating vha Gve gasoline entries, and a baaia bare taken tba average cost for an acre plowed. On tne one hand, the OilPuH plowed at a cost of 45 cents per the other' the average coet of the 23 competing kero- sene tractors was 66.27 per acre. This gives tbe OUPuM an atfrantage of alffliost One-' in other words, lac OilRjil prored that H ia capable of doing one-third more work for the aame raei cost. And remember that we compare the OUPntl with toe so-called kerosene tractors only. Compared with gasoline tractors the OUPnll wut cut foe! coats in half.' ISAiica On ths bans of tba by the OUPull in plowing 22 acrea, can eaairr Agnre the satin; h operating costa in the day alter da 7, year after year, operation. Ycu can thai the aayinjj in fuel aloris wiil practlcalty pay for ths while your OilPujl ]3 still a young machmt. We can't the Ufc of an OilPnll tt bacaose the first buiU ten yeais ago are soil jm job', t tba OfiPaQ has done in these teats ia what h.ii doing hi hands of owners TJas OltPvtt wilt plow an acre of igroood' fjasa r.oni. And not only has the OtiPull this hs makers give TOV" an absolute fmmatmf in writing that it will bum all grades of kerovene nnder all cbndhkna, and at an to its toll rated brake horse power. OilPnO it film nifjr t FOOT sbes of Iks oil butnirjf, oil OilPull can now be 11-20, 16-30, and M-60 H. P. A post Urd teOTjasl will bring you the OilPull caulog.' ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESHER Calgarr. a VANCOUVER THE SEVENTH VAN'COIJVKH, April vtr'a the fiKhting seventh bat- j (allon, 4M strong, nrrlreii home morning afidrlly after nine o'clock anfl I were .jlren nn cnlhunCaatlc reception by liioiisamls nf Aftir a march :hrough (be city, j wfirn taken irr the djapersal depot at I'nrk. anil, w.cre theif List of Rumely Dealers in Lelhbridge and District: SOUTH AND EAST: Hardy, Pick While, Onori Burr and Underdihl, Manybcrrics A. Swennumsofi, Bow NORTH AND WES1' Mclnlyre fc Alex. Mel Allen Jack, City. Geo. T. Wride, Raymond. C. A; Ferguson, Cardslon Geo. W. Morton, Warner W.J.Qumn.Miik River, Jarnes Beguin, Foremosl J. J. Billingmier, Tabcr P. C. Buehripg, Winni- fred Norrie and Fawcett, Medicine Hat Carl Benny, Irvine L, C. Burnap, Barons A. Mclntyre, Carmangay Dan Ulrkhi Champion Wm. Foote, Pincher Creek H, C, Morrison, Cowley H. Ulrich, Travers ;