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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AliK TWliLVIi THE 1 HERAUK OBITUARY Dohcrly, (laugh-j ter of J P. rtoherty, pool room pro rrletor and barber at Milk Elver, dii'l in Van Haarlem hospital. lx-thbridge. Tuesday. Slim Doheriy was 13 of Her remains will bo shipped i 1 to Milk Wednesday mornlug Jroni Fetier'v's. Burial will be bold !n Milk IU'er. COIN MELTING CHARGE c" TODAY'S BASEBALL v t American League Boston at Philadelphia, rain. Detroit at Si. Louis, rain. National League Postponed games: New York at Brooklyn, rain. Boston at Philadelphia, told weath- ritlsburg at Chicago, cold weather. na said was not room for two Hues. C. Colcman. representing t-acmc, suugul (o UIHH.-I jiUwi dea that tho obH-j ?ated to build ihe' road because 6fp twnd' .Prince Albert board t trade was strongly.urging for Ihol rlglnal plan. Mr. Coleruaa said that his company yould this jear If the cha-.or. granted, AB to Mr.; Ilaucs's; h'arge of territory encroachment this was not fair because tho Canadian KB iona.1 Tere doing the same tiling nesr Swift Current, which District tho Can- adian Pacific hiid served for 4G years ENGLISH POUND DROPS YORK.'April ex- change was weak today, selling down to ?S.77 for demand Dills." This repre- sents a declise: of 30 cents (o ihe j pourVd from its high'level 61-'April 6. Canadian dollars were quoted al a discount ol 10 percent; BLUE RIBBON TEA. A New- Woman! Thai's what any woman is after a hot cup o! fragrant Blue Tea. It chases away that old tired feeling and fills her with new life. So delicious top. 'Try It. When yourbrain Following tno on a house in Whilechr.pel threa men were charged In connection with alleged illicit dealing In current coin. Kvidencc- was given of tbe finning-Of ingots and half-melted and the accused: were remanded. Detectives :ire seen removing the gold and silver bars and coins from the Police Court. Columbia WHEflT coufains Gluien Proiein f 01on ffie in arkef I tho education in the world .would not help parents who lacked money to' buy tlieir children food. _ Jllss Reid instanced also the fifty or so amputation cases in ,-Monlreal who hsd been dependent on the federal emergency fund and who conld not j secure work because ol their hand! cap. The minimum on which a single i man could live was ?300. A totally j disabled msn would rettufre more than this sum. (Continued from Front Page) Such is Evidence Oli'ered Pen- sion Commitlee Ottawa Claims OTTAWA, April Canadian artificial Umbs turned out in the government factories are the equal of any in tho world. Col. Hiram Starr, orthopoftlc specialist Toron- to, told the special committee on pen- Isions this morning. The Canadian artificial leg, he thought, was giving general satisfaction. It was difficult, ENGINE OF PRINCE'S SPECIAL TAMPERED WITH LONDON', April for tlie tour of New Zealand bythe P.-Ince-of Wales, who arrived at Auckland recently on. tue battle, cruis- er Renown, on his (Australian trip, were disarranged by the sudden .'dec- laration of n strike-" PC'; the railway workers, says a 'Central patch from Auckland today. jThe plans vere for .the Prince to start his rounds 'of New Zealand during -the day. j It was discovered says'the dispatch, that the engine of the .train bC.-tho however, to secure a satisfactory arm, I governor-general, '-ther Earl and every-country was having diffl- bad been tampered cully in. securing a mechanical hand Government Not Opposed Dr. Held said he. was not opposing he (Inss. Rosetown to Asqulth and Vsqullh to Clean, 'although some of the lines asked paralleled each other of the distance. Tho government; had a charter for this, territory >nd intended to keep fjltli >ylth the people of (hose dis- tricts. There in ttaaleo this would U3 ex- poniied on'grading.', Xext year, the rails would he :laidV. Kale of branch line? to the Canadian Pacific Railway could not be considered until the' gov eirpient had- -finally acquired til.. Grand Trunk.; Officials of the Canad ian National and .-Canadian .Pacifli Hallways were trying to get a charter for the proposed 'road from Turtle ford, southeast to Hafferd on the '.Dec holm-Shellbi'dok: Sranch of the Canad ian Xalional railway'; D. B. Hann said the was no claiming or'spec- ial-rights The line a pre-war pro- mise.-' The' strike had-greatly, curtailed the program dog with three you Ah active brain" must have Kiire blood, not with products of liver and kidney laziness. which would satisfy Col. Starr said PLANN1NG SASKATCHEWAN- effort to fit and _ iONvCONGB fv the patient, men who had comej wan Land Settlement association, has- f th Canadian'Pacific had con been in Dakota and golng ln" t'hero chpose and adopt Ihe Can- adian Hmb which they found satlsfac FOR SAIF Three Teams tory. The witness told Col. Peck that In interest of tho Laud Settlement Con- gress to be held in Saskatoon on May It was that _ tional was strongly opposed to anyj MAN'S BEST AGE A man 5s as old as his ofgsns; hi can be aa vigorous and heahhy a 70 as at 35 if he aids hia organs in performing their Keep ter they thought they were j better employed attending' to other Good young marcs and geldings, gentle and well-broken. Hay for Itieir spring feeding it W. A. HAMILTON City Phonns 777 or 1060 1H-S after a final Inspection, they 'ound to havo unsatlsfactoi Col. 'Starr said there were three men doing research work at the Toronto' factory patient and mem- ber of the staff who had a suggestion was encouraged to pass that idea along for- development. Thero were very lew amputation cases, who could not wear an artificial llrph. Col. Starr did r.ot think a man with an amputation had any greater expense tor clothing than a normal jnan sJfarm In five years." O CGLDMEDAL whole day territories unere a gove oted to the roatl was not contemplai The Canadian Pacific had walled in __ I the Drumhcller district until the Can- I adian National had developed tin world'a standard remedy for GENERAL STRIKE aman .saiionai nau ueveiuijuu inn i bliddir uric add IN JUGO-SLAVIA arca tnen wanted to reap the sinci J696; stimuUtM Jliss Helen It. Held of Montreal was I 'tinted' railed in regard to widows' pensions.) rae5sago V1BXNA, April civilians fraits' ot-somo were killed and 21 wounded iri a con-1 flict between slrikers'aiid gendanucs at. 1 attach, capital of Carniola, Slav press bureau: The strikers 'at- iempted lo hold a proliibiled meeting and the -police surrounded and at- i other company's la- rs. Answering W. F. JIacLean, Mr. Han- -vital orguui, fx Hi. All dragging, SOc. box. Gold MM M sarm them. Thereupon, go states, tho Corainunist She had been, connected with Patrl- oo'loud, called a general slriko otic. Fund work since August. 1914. took effect immediately. The Tweedie Objects "Files In cases introduced by John were road when the pen- plons committee met this morning. Kennedy, who enlisted at Ham iltou, was drowduil P.t London a month later. It was afterward stated workers In the gas and water services, however, remained at tticir posts. MONUMENT TO KING COWARD VII BIARRITZ, Frauce, April for tho erection of a monument in (hat tbe man was drowned city to the memop- of King Ed- ing. In prohibited waters. Men had have to bathe'during route the CANDY Cathartic ADVANTAGE Advantage in a game of tennis gives you an edge over your op- ponent In winning the camo. You'll have- a more certain ad- vantage in your play If you use the excellent racquets and balls that we supply here for tlios-3 who love a true game of tennis. Seirlrtlia Alberta 305 FIFTH STREET been allowed msvchcs under supervision. Kennedy cnllp.tcd as unmarried and both his mother and a .widow placed claims for pensions. The case-was taken up by Mr. Anderson on behalf of Kennedy's mother. T. M. Twoedle, Calgary, objected to th? committee dealing' with Individual cafes as such, H. B. Moj-phy, Perth, hold II was necessary io Investigate these caires at times In order to Judge prin- ciples'of each'class. The chairman pointed out that two-thtnls of his mail cor.slslcd of complaints in Individual cases. 'He suggested appointing n sub committee lo clc-al with these Individ- ual cases, but no1 action lo this end was taken. It was decided, however, to name a to mtti the pensions board and go into any mat Icvs which might he necessary. The chairman notified the committee that he had received a request from six- teen tubercular patients in Lake Ed- ward Sanatorium asking for a hearing. Their case will be. presented Messrs Pypcr and Rframoncts, who are lo be recalled tomorrow. Miss Held said an Increase of 25 pcr< cent over Iho present lotrvl pension' with bonus was necessary to provii: actufil living expenses. Numbers of pensioners come to Patriotic Fund for aid. Sometimes AS much as to Iw provided. This j was not encouraged because H felt that the government should pro-: vide adequate subsistence allowances. In Montreal nearly 40 per ol soldiers' children, when inspected, were found lo be ponrly nourished. In Quebec- tho standard was low every- Milk nt 16 cents a