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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta so, THE DAILY HKRALD Johnson !inands 'Recount in Mixu'p in Ohio r a IKf-lliou resulting from tHMarles to choose dele- i I j. con'ventio'as (or presidential candi- dates a 're'cbual ot tno ballots in New jer fey is. noto' demanded by IJenator Hlr am Johnson of California, who was beatun In that stats by Major-Genera l.oouard Wood. Johnson forces allegi various' preclneie. In Ohio a strange stale ot affaire (Senator Barren 0 Harding'' carrioaf Ihj jsy votes nepubllcaJ favjbritoV hlc'tani paign manager, was deteatedras dele- ga'fe-at-large by a Wood -senator. Sena- Harding secured 25 of j 'delegates. Harding suiSportlrsT, de- clife that ho will stay in the presi- dential race despite tho-resUlts at the pojls in his own state. PLYMOUTH ROCK (Ohrittlbn This year a great'many people afo talking about Pit-mouth Rock'because it'is: 300 years ago that the'Pilgrims landed'on 'it. 'And 'sdmtf people ask: kno way, IB Ply- mouth Rock! The Pilgrims might have stepped; hundred ft it happens that at this point of the coast line there are not hundreds ot Jilg real Plymouth Rook stood almost nlone. And then, T.-hen old was.a lad of., 20i Joh n A- 'thfe' la EI ot .the" original" nanc] of Pilgrims, took him 16..the very rock known as 'Plymouth and told him how, one cold Der Successful Always it always oo. kept as a landmark. a patriotic thing to do to roovo the of Luncheon Highest Since (he Beginning o.f 4 4 4 ANARCHY FEAREtJ IN RUHR DISTRICT LONDON. April sit- nation In thi Ruhr district Is gravd ftnd an auarchlst move- mont Is feared, according to a Berlin dispatch to the Central News. .A large stock of arms ..has been discovered at nupgen, lu tho pro'Tlnco of Pomeranla, tha dispatch and Ihp leader ft. the ianilguardE. who Is charged with' afpjropVlallng arms, teen arrCEted. The laud guird has been disbanded. CFrom Our Owp -.WINN1FKFD. April J. D. Thor oiirn of tho Union Bant Harry, Winch- combe and brother, proprietors of the pool hall an-J K. C. all lu- mumps this Harte? Havla has oharge of the pool hall th'is week' during Teddy combe's Jimiale Lynch up Coal- this week la help his father put In hla .Jlobt. "Soiith to Calgary ty; tho military .ofrlcers 'Vegardlng S.S.B. He syeul eeveral days trans- acling tusineas. Mrs. 11. T.Luthsr. returned from her at the; homo pt Olrs.'Tafe Bro- ther, Hosetown, Sasfc. Phil De Wold's raauy Jrleruls cill regret- to learn of her serious ill- ness. She was 'suddenly taken Bick hastened to Medicine Hat hos- pital April 24th; Word' carno today she Is gelling belter. P. J. Da Marco arrived hbiheS this week, .her (friends, were, glad lo see her return. iLosey and Son shipped tho old hotel furnace dad radiators, to .a .Calgary firm.1 The'huijdlng of no ts'i Bight we are. glad to 'get jKrauk Baker 'tought llie liofrmkri ilillding. Just a few were bidding hie oKer. {115.00 was the price paid'. Don'i forget the Ladies' .Aid drama Sat- urday, May 1st.- Children under free. Adult? 25c. liable Burch 13 the ope'' >vhJ6 ylsila dresses very chic, real Parisian slyfo .Mrs. Arthur, Mack of Taher, who has been visiting her .sister, Mrs. of a ra'h or sore, apply ;ThU antiseptic llje sore place from :7ent It from spfeiaiag Md 'toon folloTri. Careful, mothers lit on-baal for chil- ands quickly and prevents any oi ferterliig. -burns, scalds, bruises, 'ecalp sbrw. tcwms ana rish.' All dealers the raisc .iajllh'erlr'. pole1 over it. yoko of oien wec-o hitched to Ihc rock and pulleil Mil Oie. upper cemocr day, tho Pilgrims had landed; oh it. .When Elder 'Faunco rjecam'e In. his turn an lie. heard that a vruarf was to be built over tha root, lie uegged to lie taken to the epoti hirfl broke off the Until 1834, iut upper the square. When the'top splfi off, the baso sot-, led back in ih'.e.: mud. where it had een (or ceriturie'sT 'For a long time was used Into; at oiie timo_ no road rarTorer it. tho Irase has' n spr.5ta.ngsd aiid .worn that THE, APPETITE TO ACTION! indsa Salt bad )eeirlraitte village long qf.YoxcrT hauled it .0 Klsrim Hail, stayed till t was tho canopy jfcLean> returned tolher.jiomo In it- week. friends regjet. tb'f-Iearn of his sickness He, has been indisposed nearly ten dij-s at the home of hi3 Mr. Teddy Winchcombc. J i1 CVlr. Tom Godfrey, postmaster, was shaking hands with (lils friends this .week, after, -an absence of weeks. Tom-reports plowing, dls'cifig aVid -general -around- bhv r'aHch, 7 miles iiortlieast of Ladies', Aid met. April loth- store -re'st robin. Luncheon' -vvai served by Sirs. Baker and V. -Jl! Brj'ant and was a 'decided success. The proceeds was the high- est.' amount taken in since llie begin- liirig of 192D. Carl Hlllcstead left this week .i.. the' rock is now in tbree pjeoes, and wero it placed In tho watefin -the'.cract7 spot where It li longs, it would crack Still more from wotting and freezing. So for its finat restliig-place it will bo put, not in the waves, but just beyond theiv reach; wberb Jt i embrdyery pillow Blips wear out. make dainty, petticoats for the small child. One pair with en> ssallops will make two prclty.' to wear willi best dresses. WHAT WE KNOW has eopie down, through of find experiment. The niost perfect foods the wheat drain, veoetables andiruiK. wasted or thrown away Kscuits with milk, a disti of lettuce dish of sliced arid easily Wheat is reacfycooked and reacty-to-eat MADE IN f and to speiid the summer iriAhls dlEtjrlcf. v .-Mr. and Sirs. 'M.' J. Collins and ftiin'ily Su'nciayed ai! the1'home dC'Mr arid Fred Broivn. ;PJany Winnitred friends went to Bow Island to attend Dr. Palerson's fifneral. It was with very deep regret we. learned .Saturday. .April 24tli of his .death. H was a great shock to all. a friend to one and .all. we have lost, hut God has-gained 'th'evbnst friends the world coutainued, [ToBerted by U.F.A. -vviti'meet twice a moritii beginning May 1st, until further .notice. -Knrui work Is progressing splendid. Seeding has a good-start, preparing laifd as rapid as possible. Tuesday night it started to (rain about ,10 ovcfock and rained" five houra. It.will delay work more or less. It seems nat'u'ral for It to rain this spring. Jtr. Dick litad is leaving Winnifred Ho rented his farm-and Is chipping out this -wcsk. -'Winnitred Is-haTlns an epidemic of mumps and Vltacklng many at the samo time. No precaulton is taken by any having tbo disease, which Is very contagious. has two excellent white boarding houses, kept by two Indies q .the highest abilities and customers. SINN FEIN CHEER VERDICT IN.JNQUJES.T DUNDALK. Ireland, April oroner's Jury'conducting an nto the death ot Thomas Mulholland, was sh6l and killed on a street ure April 10, returned a verdict "yes- e'rday that "Death due to a bul- dt'Cred without Justification and with ntcnt to kill by Sergl. Unatanl." The erdict was cheered by Miners present. A police witness that while pass'ng.'along the street were attacked by a body .t: men three time's their number! Se'fgt. liustnrd readily admllted' he had fired to hit. ABOUT A DOZEN FOR THESE? ROT. Channel! Galbroltb, Hepburji, B.U., now Assistant Ik-ctor to Rev. E. Dushell, MA. ot Bt. Matthew's Here of tho eggs of. Mfe. Ostrich Church, -Montreal will become rector They welsh about dotea of those of haughty Mrs. Hen's. pounds each. equals a Safety Razor ;A better name could not have been Gilletffe Safety Razor i Y '1 11 VW-i Tf I '_ fill .-__> J f AllAvirr. than the Big that is, the handle is J or even the i and the 'Cut befdreVyou even see the razor, m. Vimpiessed! The "Big FeUow" Case a'rieW departure. It is oi and Gum but WELL madV-Varid', scientiflc-klljr.sharpened at c t f -v _ .t--. is worthy of a p -man'spersonalequipmenti'- The "Big Gillette :.Safety Razors, the "Big ,tb'o valuable to bothVfiwith'ilrops and The price ii Ask tiny Dealer catering lo men'i Mtdi WADE IN CANADA JUMPS OVERBOARD, IS RESCUED.iTHEN DIES P..-E, T., tho stoamor. I'rlnce slam! was docking last evening FJorden, Daniel U. McLtan. u oged 60, Jumped overbonrd. He was rescued, but died later, McLean left an overcoat on the deck ot the stcnmor containing J2G4 ahd-fi' )Voto whjch said: "1'lease McLean, 540 -Central Streel, Dtioased had served oversea aod (Hscbargo papcr.s on him gave hi address air 810 First Alberto. Keep Your Skin iBrest and I CO., YOU men who own cars do not switch fj-cim one Ure to another for the fun ot the thing. Maple Leaf Tires will give you what you are looking asy .riding qualities, freedom from, .tire troubles, and lowest opper year.- That-Is'a statement.'; The proof lies at tho dealer. yoii carrying Maple Lbai Treads, and Non-Skids. Local Distributors Hardtvaife Co. ;