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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN T1IE LP.TllBRIDGB DAILY HERATD TUESDAY. APRIL 27, 1920 6ut Gotirnment Doing Every- thing Possible to Satisfy the Irish April Law, la BWiktus telon house of commons EiW tfcat there no good Belial's wndlUon deplorable sad very likely worse than it has bean before. CootinuSns. Ur. Bonir Lav said: the list generaton this couatrr FATHER TELLS OF SON'S HELP FROM DODO'S MEDICINES. He Recommends Everybody Who Has Shaking or Pain in the to Dyspepsia Tablets and Dodd'e Kidney Pills. BIRMINGHAM, April Kidney Pills and Dodd'8 Dyspepsia. Tablets tie best medicines my son has BTOF teken." This is tbo statement of Mr. nes ReUnon, a well-known here. "When he started to take thero." Mr. Heirsson continues, "thfire was not imica hope for him. Soou aft er starting to late the Dodil'3 Melii cines he to improve to. healtl! and now ho Is well." He advises eterybody wio has shair Ing or pain in the heart to use DodJ's Kidney Pills and Do ad's Dyspapsli Tablets. Tho Dodd's Medicines act on the tiro ewestlals to good health. Tho Tablets help to digest tbe food and product good blood. The Pills act on iho kidneys, hailing and strengthen- ing tiera, thus assuring that the blood Is liept free from has had only one desire, and that Is to get on-good terms with Ireland. In- stead, wo see the present situation." Mr. Bonsr La-ff said that It could not bo cured In a nay and U any members thought that by merely sending scores of thousands of soldiers te Ireland the question would be settled, they wero greatly mistaken. There were bat wore having eS.vti and they were now betas directed against men who called themselves Sinn Kulners and they were fuffering. Mr. Bonar Law said he couM not thinking what the effect on Irc- and would he by briugftg about the restoration of reasonable' government. "I do ask the commons to give us credit ar.d recognize the problem that his been dealt with. If the govern- ment fills after a reasonable time, [hen ths government ought to continue !u urged Mr. Law. Bonar also announced that the Irish government had been instructed to prepare a report on the condition ot Ireland and it would bo ready in a day er two. Various rumors were also dispelled by the lender in the house, who stated that there was no foundation for the suggestion that Vlsroniit French had been inrlled to reslsu. Sir John Tay. lor. the assistant undersecretary, was neither, dismissed nor suspended but granted a month's on his own request. Flouts U. S. Action KEGANY, Ireland, April 26.--TUser- vallons to the treaty of Versailles, adopted in the United Staies STarcJi IS, by which the body went on record as sympathizing with Ireland, "regis- tered tho death of tyranny in said MonBljrnor Michael bishop of.-Killaloe, In a sermon. here yesterday. He declared the.import- ance of the action of the senate "coala not be over-slated." LIQUOR SMUGGLING THRIVES Man., Smus- impuritte5.1 gling liquor across ths border'Into For the work of healthy kidneys Is to, tha United States is bejng carried on strain all imparities odt of tie blood. I very eilensively, liquor men claim, and Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kid- ney Fills do nol heal and strengthen She Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. every effort is being made to put a slop to tho practice. A liquor ware- houEa in Keuora has had Its permit cancelled by the Ontario license board, pending an investigation of a .large shortage "which appears in its stocks. It is suspected tho shortage. may be accounted for in the shipment of liq- uor into the United States by -way of of tho Woods, officials said. There is also information Ih'at con- siderable quantities of -liquor are be- ine taksn across the Hue from Gains- borough, Estevan and other western in automobiles. LET'S HOPE HE'S NOT vcnieaces thst am jjosslbls now Professor Dorsey eipccts io havo dwellings constructed here, this summer whtcb, will demonstrate the efficiency and value ot bis Invention, of iho invention not gii-sru out as.he'is preinring to obtain patents. PIED PIPER CH1CKEK THIEF Con. Sbceuan of Chicago showing hosv'tba neighbors' chickens cannot resist, his call. He has been arrested and will haro to c-splalu the possession of some lost birds. F UNDERWOOD LEADER'OF DEMOCRATS IN SENATE WASHINGTON', .April Underwood of was elected Democrat leader iu the aenato today j at, a conference of senate Democrats, IHo was unopposed, Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska, acting leader since the death of 41e la'to Senator Martin of j Virginia, having withdrawn fronv the. fight last week. FREIGHT DISCUSSION Mayor Hardie Claims Training! Nurses Should Get More Money Fight Against Turk Nationalists Railway: Was Cut A few cents buys "DaDderine." After an application of "Danderine" you can mot find a. fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more ool- .or and LONDON', April troops I re-occupied the village of Asia i Minor, on Monday, according to a. Coni stantinople dispatch, received by Keu- Limited. supporting Mustaplia Kemal, the Turkish Nationalist leader, have cut 'Bagdad railway north and south of the Clcllian gatesf where some fight- Ing has'occured and In which several April a nursing probationer labor lor lore or for pay? was the subject oi the- dis- cussion which occupied the delegates at the Tuesday morning session ot 'the hospitals conference. There were many adherents to the old-time prin- ciple, Uiat "probationers should still continue to offer their services vrith- any consideration to The monetary T. MacEachern of Vancouver, and Dr. MacWd of Calgary, were strongly of tlte opinion that tho at- tractifeueas a! Increased salaries ,for probationers would have a tendency, to decrease the discipline, and effic- iency dqcured through the appoint- ment of nurses for training who 1 bad' volunteered from a higher motive. Against this contention, Dr. 6. B. Kothwell of Hegina, strongly in favor of paying' the probationers si liv- ing wage, considering" tho cost of liv- ing nowadays, and he had the earnest support of- a number of prominent hospital authorities. llayor Hardie of Lethbridgo, who is attending the conference as chairman of tho Gait hospital board, was.of {ho opinion that the present scale, paid probationers was entirely inadequate. It was sHown that probationers were paid In tio majority of western hos- pitals ?S, ?12 monthly, though Kome hospitals; such as tbe Itpyal CHICAGO, April of rail- road'officials tbat 90 per cent, of the normal traffic, was being moved iu iho Chicago district today were dis puted liy manufacturers, who declarec receipt of raw materials was scrioi curtailed and that out-going shipments wero far 'below normal. dear fellow, I wouldn't go home en Saturday a box of Maple Buds, any more than I would come down town without my hat. A week- end with four youngsters and no Maple Buds? No, my dear .chap! .Ann: yourself. with a box of Maple Buds for the family, and jrou, are the most popular person i n the house, "Good? Didn't you ever taste Then 'take' my advice, and get a box to-day. The youngsters miut hare something sweet, but I don't 'beliere- in letting mine eat any: old rubbish. I get Cowan's Maple Buds regularly. They're pure and whole- some, and the children lore them. So does their Mother." Italian vyorkuien have teen killed and others made prisoner. French detach-1 Alojandra''at as'Sgh menta have repaired tho railway be- tween iA.dna and which vraa cut'by Turkish forces. Reports that Greek villages north of HadJIn have been destroyed arc dared "to bo with foundation. .John Curtis, Port Hope's eldest las chcuiy passed away at the ago of s War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed The Merchants' Sank will cash all War Lean coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any chargj whater cr for the service. If ycra have not a Savings Account, why not your interest money to open one with This Bank I THCJVKRCHANTSBANK Head Office: Montreal. OF UTHBR1DGE BRANCH, Bunchci ftlio xt Btr CANADA R. DINNING, Manager THE ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS HOLD A MEETING INTHEY.M.C.A. On Friday, April 3O AT EIGHT P.M. FOR THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS REQUESTED ALL ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS ATTEND ARE TO as fi month. EIGHT HUNDRED KILL'ED IN SALVADOR in the recent fighting In Guatemala City during tho revolt which resulted in the overthrow of President Cabrera, according to the latest ad: vices received hero from Guatemala.-Numerous adherents of faithful to tholr chief, wero killed In their own houses, the'advlccs say. SAX SALVADOR, ncpubllc of Salvador, April 27. Men, Tvomen and children to the number of SCO Adam-H. Hope, .prominent Hamilton business -man, is dead. Nothing Like Plain-'Bltro-Phosptute to Put on Firm, Healthy Flesh and' to increase .Strength, Vigor. and .Nerve Force.' Judging from, tho countless and treatments which are con being adTertiscrl for the pur pose of making thin "people fleshy, de- veloping arms, neck and trjst, and re- placing ugly hollows atid angles by tho soft cunrcd lines of health and beauty, there are evidently thousands of men and .women who keenly feel their ex- cose'rre Ihiimcss. Thinness and are often due to starved nerves. Our bodies need more phosphate tlian is contain ed in foods. Physicians claim there fs nothing that will supply this deficiency so 'Well as the organte phos- phate known among druggists as nitro- phosphate, which' is inexpensive and is sold by inost all druggists under a HUMBOLDT'S UNENVIABLE POSITION UUMBOLBT, Sask.. April debenture debt of nearly half of satisfaction or inone millton dollars .facing ;i jiopulattonl uy feeding'tha nerves dlrectls of working out at approximately nnd by supplying tho body cells vrith per head the tCTn of the necessary phosphoric food clu has a long financial hill to climb ments, Miro-phospliaU should produce ahead of IL Tho watenrorks and sew- i a Iransfonnatlon In the ap scheme, initiated in 1913, .pearance; the Increase in weight Ire which there is a lolal capital Invest-1 quenlly being astonishing. menl .of Is probably th greatest coutrlbuting cause to this condition. f PROFITEERING IN HAY CHARGED IN EOMON'TON -EDMONTON', Alta., April Ifce reports reveal profiteering Ili hay ?alcs in Edmonton, according to Mayor Clarke. There was clear evi- dence that hay haJ vbcen sold here at exorbllant he declared in speaking of the report Instances wero recorder! where one firm on an Investment of made a profit of ?24I. The police discovered- lhat another firm made a. profit of a ton on hay brought in from lirilish Columbia, while anothtr netted a gain of n vhen you purchase our quality merchandise you are not only securing value but you are securing wear and satisfaction that will but-, last the memory of what you have paid and then you have thVpleasure of shop- ping in a big, bright clean store, filled with the newest merchandise from all lead- ing manufacturers. DRESSES F6r All Occasions Even in spito of the big business we have dona this season in high class dresses, our assortment is still a very largo and exclusive one for cadi week 'sees new styles arrive from the foremost .makers. These are-not sent out to 113 iu great imiuUHies but each Btyle Is solectedi.on Its lira-its and Because it Is correct in every way. A.wide selection.U> chooso from including SERGB, JERSUY CLOTH, THICOTINB; -TAW KBTA, TRICOLHTTB. CUBPB DB ".'CHINI3, OBOROIiTTEl CHEPB MBTEOft'AND 9ATLV. If. it's from Uytands it's different and It's correct in stylo. SPRINGSUITS In a Wondrous Variety of The un-lcrlylng quaHty'of theso suit fashions Is Hie- hiEU character of tbe ultlniito iu conatnictloii, precision In Jit, graceful of line and of the finest woollen material. Your choice ot fol- lowing materials: SKUOB. JliVsKV CLOTH, TltlC'OTIN'B. SlLVElt- TOXES AND TWEEDS. THE NEW THINGS FIRST DYLANDQ M. .AND COMPANY CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ;