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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MOE EIGHT THE LKTHBRIOGfi DAILY HERALD MONDAY, 'APK1L 28, 1919 ASK TO RULING VFORAMATE1IRA1 AM Wilt Prevail U But Will Be IMOCARY. April That Albcria ti not entertaining tkouiht of breaking away from Amateur Ath- letic Unloa ol Canada, and that the present on foot to rarire ithlKlct the wit ia at leorcaalu of sport on a atriclly the made me c totlon wllleh will Veiled pro- fweloaallioi n ith Us s'.leadint per- jury and hjrpoorliy, were tbe Hcls fcromiit to tne notice of Toni president of the Anuteur Athletic Union of Clntda, at a neetinj of from all orer Alberla in tkii city on Saturday aftemoon. It T-at at' the catheriiu tore that the annual meetitit of the Alberts branch of the union should be held on ilay 17 m B-3mooton and that reaolu- lions paiaed by the provincial repre- Mntatires in this city dealt by Alberta tovernors and atrdnsly Ttcommeader. that they be anbmitted to the annual raeatlne of the Tjominion boir to be held in Ot- tawa the latter part of Miy. Two importut parsed, oce defiainc an and the other aaldns for a whltewMa o! >s mil as boyi at IKDIGES1H AND fklwrt Bj "I for many witfc SPARTACiU ZURICH. April Hire- IMS the Gn> vnlatsler of defensf. In an Inter- view Dantle with a CALT POSTMAtTER DIES SALT. Out.. A. Tunibttll, aged postmaster here for tha last SO sears, died last rniinwtnx a twcoud o( paralysis. u lawyer profeaslou and enjoyed large and oiactslrate of the tovm at the time o( his apiwinlmtut to the postmaster- ship. A neighbor advised mo to tjy I did and to of my doctor, 1 improve and he adiised me to M with "fbfii-f-linf. 1 that I owe ay life to aacl 1 want to My to thoM wko suffer from ludlgwtioa, or Headaches tiy and you will get CORIXK GAUDKEAU. 6 trial At All or sent postpaid by of the Xord Detitgche Aliegemien Eel tuug. reiterated that Berlin, was in no .danger from a Spartacin uprising; that the capital was well protected, and.that tha SparUcan leaders evi- dently had given up all hope ot over- throwing the governMettt. The inliitster outlined govern- ment's measures that the forces marching on Munich were under the command ol a Bavar- ian general. Sufficient troops were in Bavaria, he thought, to overcome the ccoiniutiists of 31ntrich. LITTLE G.RL BORNEO f, in an raw- Grseo. correspondent four years old.-was burned to death Saturday "evening' .br her clothing catching fiw from an In her home here. home who the' amateur laira by cotnyvtluc In with pro- .which was moved Stanley Brent, secretary of tie locaj U h aJst> thai the "UN jtulEiog" herwtofore impost upon (hose Who Infringe oo uaueur rules be abated and a committee, op of gorernors ol the amateur union in each be empowered to rscocsWer ot inch men and the of amateur President Bord, In dtscuiilcc the resolntkniB Tritfc the proTlnclal senUtfTM here, said that be would not hold out any athletes who had taken moMj woBid rein He adaltted, towerer, that dismUaal oC trom amataur forever rery draMic and he irould a claiiae la In irttet wereM pru- Tide ter the of a au fer four or fire. ?Mn. r' Robert TtKrvea; umatew uakm fa atten4ed tme HiitTthtc aad kimwlt aa iMtav itiwtr la fevar Health Inepecior Says Made Kor Better Mail (From Own e.ro arranging this esreltent 'educa- tional feature. May It be ad unquali- fied success. Tho local Knights ol Pythias are holding a church parade here oa Sun- day next. May 4. They will meet'at the hall at 10.15 a.m. aud proceed from there to the church. Tho village council have joined with all the other councils along this branch ol C. P. R. in an effort to set mail canted on the night trains. Tbey are also asking for the sorting of mail between stations on the lice, as a let- mailihl from one station to the nert is now carried on to Lethbridge or Calgary to be sorted and .returned. Au incoruo tax system lor Is to K- this year. CANADA SHEFI YPRESIilt .PARIS, April tovernmetit Canada a in tht town of Yprct, for a mu- Mum to contain woven Irs of the battles fought on the aa- Ment. A Canadian ataff officer thus the scope of. this memorial: "Canadlai come to' Ypres In thauaands for ytarc. They will to the graves of dead, and we have thought that it would be a good plan that they sfiouEd have a meet- ing place where they can find ill the explaining the ter- rible combats fought on the lient. There will be, therefore, a iruiMum, aNlbrary, modelt of the trcrches. etc.- The monument will be surrounded by a garden 'planted with. Canadian flowers and trees Baron Vfnck has already.of- fered to the committre or oraanl- .ration a' showing the as it was be- fore the war. -Dr, JV Anderson, of Uegina, spfakinsih .Winnipeg, saia.-Peter'X'cr- egiti, bead" of the Douhhobors should be" .Wafch Your Child's Tongue I Conftipfttei Children GUdly "California. Syrup of For the Liver Tott your you want genuine "California Syrup of Fijs." Full directions dose fqr babies and children of al! ajes are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue- coadd, or full of cold, are plainly printed on the bottle. Look for the name "California" anJ accept-no other ''Fijj I April Tbe Scha- bert Sntettc, the steond Lyceum fea- iure, irere Itsteneil to by mn apprecia- tive audience on the of Frf- r April 13th. A better attendance s in than at the previous entertainment of eeries. third Luceun affair will held on ;April 30T whea -we Will hare an. opportunity of Hitenins to Mr.- Xoatague Flo-jrers, has i who ha4 kikw part in (port wltk kvt'kt.wu oMOMi.tci the iaanlnf of amatfnr caria to men -who hATc money. He plained bit aUcd on thia pointlm out tbai too aany tha or ticket akVlatw" would U lor utoe wUUwub The malatloEi wera adopted at UM "AeMlnd, reooruund to Amateur Athletic Union of Oac- ada that all n.eo -who ooopeM with er as undw ooarflttom bniugbt about br tke war and oaeary military tor all of wa neouiwd to A. A. TJ. of C. tbat Bfe vxpdaton woe -who kare lawa ttt a. eomaiXU. be to onuMir nch aad to aaatMr la In iiilUljlMI r Hi m aim ia mi tov (firt ifonW fee so d.lrlMtit to la Cu> a great reputation for him- self as a lecturer on war rattlers, his addreaces being ftul of. humor and shoring him deep ttmter. AH ticket-holders are reminded that this is the list of hljh-class series ot and there should be a record .crowd to listen to Mr. Floir A'ext Mair .3, win see ns TOltedl br aiiother ot ths eicellcnt compauiM tirousat hern the enter- prise orthe local Knights ot Pyihias. Thi! party, Seitette. inonld prove fnll7 as gooa as the prey- was mutkal oatcrtaSnerE brought here Ijy them, ud no doabt i large crowd .will be 'on haiitf to en JOT their Tisit. The Girls' drib, who gave sncll a some little time hire recentlj 'held a..meet- IBC aini to use the proceeds to rtorjate to' the chflrch a camoer of toota t or the purpose of forming a library for" the use of the1 Tillage and Ther are to be hig'u- Iy comaeEded on t'ne eicellect pur- pose they are applylix til 13 sum of A library should be toutid in dTery community fn any country "claiming; t-3 be democratio %nd and we trust this one -will be yeiruBed ani rapidly in and Booit for Notlsfon) Qlr. !r health u< his periodical rltit list week. report Terr fayorable, he lUUnc that XoiWofd wai the clean- ett TlBaje in tbe profince. This lj a rwconj -wortli maintainrnp uid places ui ta the model Tillage claai, Dr. TerfMOn Tislled re- "Witt the .intormafloa that prweied cf cbarei had been apprOTed ol Tllia the jlprwintment of a mlziia-