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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD. MONDAY. AUGUST 18, 1919 NEWS FROM LAKES lorTI'.t llfta'.J) LAKES, Aug. Supt. lie vans was at Many Glaclen this week attending a good, roadj convention, lie enjoyed the trip. it I? reported tbat ibe Glacier I'ark j ullic'als will pliiit lifty thousand LfTXDOX. forward- voung brook trout In Ihe up- W "te runl iu the pu'-Augnst SO. ihe war ottlcc an-' Btlly river lases this tall. MOOSE Tte ciail was Vld because 113 transmission would have assisted the araiy Slid naval plans. Incn-aseJ Ihe commercial auJ finan- clil resources ot tbe enemy or aided >Ir. Maunder'intcrms me Hat an. order is ejected permitting tile net- tins of grayling end vhlte-ish. These e the for-rcachias German political ana! trotit spaivu. The park road Sing-have mailo pass'jig grades nud cul ,-some mure ground out of the-n1l The handing over ol this delayed j mailer ca June W- I! if The ,ems nro stnl up. giXid many people without tents might mated that 630.0QO.OCO pieces ol mail and were examined during war thai vrtre detained, of KlilcJ have been released recently. HOME. Aug. one suspected during last IVtvruber's victory ccle- bMlfon Ibst nlno months later Ualy atili be without pa'jn ai a crttlcltu o[ tmlo tov.nrd Italy. -Tbe vresr-ol wiftef Usiy'." tf roiiiiuupj, "tho beffuiiliix 'ho U8W historlral period 'which will be re- with social and political trans- forualious. classes must pay for lhr> war ii'ud Italy "'ust oc- I'ouie Uliifpendent of the outside world." SOLDIERS LANDS been thvvirteii in her national llous. _ Tho tpcech Is srneially regarded as the keyuoie for ilie ueit polltlt-al cam- gone ti staked clsims. seven veterans having marked ott acr-.'s tJi-h. Tlie gov- ernment had made no :innouuccuieut conuecttou with the uuvtter. MMEVERYBODY BEItUN, Aug. The aLrlko sll- uallou Itt upper Silesia is reported to have grown wofie, according id iu- foriuaUou received hero. Ueiweim and SO per cent of all workers in Lho clIstrLa were EAiil lobe cm strike. The strikers lucluile miners, electrical Workers and rc'.lwaymcu. demands of the Include. of cd Corkers, of plants t lihvc 'teen shut dowu. tlio lilting, ot oiiutial law, the release ot political soucif. the granting of bonuses ami opening ot ULO lu order (o better regulate rood supplies. Triplication of ihe B rani ford Flam CUSP plan I Is announced" us i result of negotiations one ot tut leading muale flrue ol the country. WAGSTAFFE1S Benl Seville Orange Marmalade AU Orange end Suga A'o BctttJ ifiA eve la Peru have enjoyed tree use ol these" tents all tbc week- Orders irvay bo re- ceived auy day for their shipment. pieces v> nm fj- nmftiittl this mail seized orlslnaleJ !n the lhc scarcity ot trout. The gov- Elates or was going to the .Lnitea nls slow about Btates wbsn it reached the ihu porlaace. In resard lo mails routed over the Uniled Kingdom to nnd from foreign counlrles and mails IsndeU Irom neu- tral ships -iv-hich entered Drltlsfi terri- torial waters it has been decided thai pfeces containing.goods, currency, se. cnrilles and other valuable financial papers will bo put Into prize court. Commercial and priralo correspond- ence containing valuable documents be released. Other prirate corre- ipondenco will be destroyed because of the great cost ot re-txaminalioii- 5 Ine campi and D. C. Guerre. Lelhurldge; Mary Glynn. Layton. Hazel Cbees- man. Miss Cardslon; D. C. McMillan and wife. Dr. llobertson and family, N. B. Peat and Mrs. Jane Lou Donnell and fam- ilv, Mr .McilJaiiD, Miss Porter and Mrs. McDonald, all of Lethhridge; B. Tripp. EJ Ivins and family. Wm. ilur- Ion and famnv. Cardslou; Hobt. and Sam Mossltnan. Pittsburg. Pa.; Rulon }tich and Clen.jN'orlon. Magrath; Mr. and Mrs. Hawks, Younsstown. Alta. pactaEes has been the subject ot long and careful consideration. Tho dcci-1 5 elons reached have been sovcrned by a desire to guard the interests of neutral, us "well as of allied nations, to avoid as far P.S possible injury to commercial firms and individuals and to avoid unreasonable Pre- nl LUNDBRECK NEWS Mr. Ed- Groves was unfortunate last while soins oven the Jiog's back. to. have two cogs stripped off his crown gear ol his Ford. 3Ir. Ting and family were on'. North Fork last Sunday Mr.' Geo. Penn motored to Pinclier Sunday "nlternoon, visiting friends j there." Mr. A. ilcCallach lias moved -his i house off the hill down in the -whcro he will lap" a-spring and have .waterworks in the house, and barn. Our new garage manager h very ;'busy tho last few days installing an air compresser and preparing for re- pairing cars of.any make.: P. A. De has had a bard Etrngelo in UIB past 30 days trying Ib operate a bursted bqiler, operating a Bteam.pump for water supply for the C. P. 11. at Lundureck. A good lime dance will be held in the Lundbreck Trading Co. ware- Aug.. Si. Everybody welcome. A seven piece orchestra will bo pres- ent and a glorious old timG Is assured Jfor Mrs. A. Carswell and H- Rob- inson are visiJinp; this week, taking" In tbc'ChautauqEa. Jlr. Pred Smith of Calgary was in town'Ills week.on a business visit The -poukhobor. scltlement is figur- ing .on starling threshing on Friday: this week. Major Walter Sharp was In town on Wednesday- -T Mr.- Jos.-Eddy. is. shipping a -haying outfit to LacjjrBichc. Mr- Fred Courtney, .of. Lundbreck m'afle a visit ID this >eek' llr. Lundbreck .a call'.laEt'week. _ rood and party were here everal Salt Lake church msn were among his guctts. The Lethbridge motor launch boys have added a number ol new boats to Iheif business this week. Art Dalderson is driving an Elll son Co.'s motor truck between here and Cardston. He reports a fall; off of business. resigned. Wllhelm was forrneriy, min- ister of war under the Bela Kun dic- tatorship, succeeding Herr -.Czobcl was demanded 'bx Dr fKio-n Our Own'Correrpondenl) CARDSTON, Aug. Chauutu- qua ended in a blnze ol glory, so to speak, with last night's entertainment Hawaiuiu. The quintette supplied the musical portion as only thos.e to-the manner horn may do. Their singing and inslru mentii] Feemed'to please all corners. Then tea lecture, so well illustrated by- views and movies, was the nest thing to seeing those beautiful gems of the Pacific In person. Misa Clem ens lefi .1 lasting impression upon her them with a de sire to see what-shE-ha.d seen-. There will b'e-a ChautaOqua in Card slon nest year, ,as the. chairman am secretary' have signed up and enough of the leading citizcnj have signed a guarantee in various amounts ranging ;rom ?10 to 525 covering any possible deticit that might occur anotberyear ff our wciillier man 12 at all favorable there will doubtless be no occasion U call upon the guarantors. The active members 191: EQsraDtors. who have advertised, soli tickets, arranged for grounds, etc and in every way forwarded this move ment for community up-building: at certainly deserving of the gratiluJe'o all citizens here. Mr. B. J. call a meeting, and assisted'-by M I. M.' Coombs, Uie secretary, at whie will be elected for 19.2 so that everything will te nnderstoa aid in shape for. another final acconnting is mad there-will not. lie more than about on hundred dollars of deficit, so far as the officers ran now tell. This will have to he made good by Otto Bauer, then Austrian minister of guarantors for JD19. Xcit year, forelen affairs. however, they may be ooie 10 get all of this uack, as there will be 25 cent of everylhlng over the gnaran- MRS. LEWIS OFJROOKLYH Tell. How She Was WeB by Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound, Brooklyn, N. om jeu 1 Bsi miserable from a. displacement, vhichcanaedogcn- eral run-down COQ- ojlion with hcad- nchca and pains in my side. My t'lsler Induced mo lo try lee coming to lie local people. I; Lydia E.Pintnam's VegetableCorn- pound, I found it helped me very much and Euch a splendid tonic that run in? it to any woman KLSIB G. LEWIS, 30 Brooklyn. -e-mdjlionj'tj Mnj; Lfmii ml- ftrtd Rom may bj (i fall or ---4 Weakened runKloTrn Condition .ertlw tyttem, tad tbe mist fuccccsful. r-rrnjy.to restore ttiUnxtb-id masclea -..-Anrl fiMJiirl Bnrl normal- tesltby proved to be this f imoni root hfrb E. Pfnkham'a VejretibW ComponDi If you hire disturbingBympldmiTdi] v bVnot understAiid wriU! Pink-'.' libm Mtdicinti'Co., Lynn, Tha.- result of their jreari expert b MBW YORK, Aug. C. Day, commissioner ol pifolic in New Yorfc, announced today I'tial (irial plans had been completed for the opening of the sale ot army surplus foodsluils In New YorS Rlly Monday morning. The said will be begun 1C different school buildings clluat in Ihe five boroughs, and later, Trncn the fall stock of food furnished by the army quartermaster reaches the city 202 schools In all will hanrll.; Ihe dialribnttod.. Tho amount o! food wlildi Ihe ell. authorHles are going lo dlslrihuts de ptnds entirely on the guantUy w-jlcl the srmy can supply. "II TC.IS tlatc: ot tho commissioner's olllce lha .VCTT York can use iiil tbe army f slulfs that It can jet. So far 100 carloads have been ordered, and Eom of It Is already available, tor sale. According to Commissioner Day, th 1609.freight cars irlll contain 000 pounds of food, or an allowar.c of 15.41 pounds for each ore of n.OfjO 000-.persons, .r The valae the roi> 'ordered Deputy CommlssIoJier J. O Mallcy Said loifay lhal the city ketSi'hy tliclr cd Ilial (he aralanche cheap Too descending on New York n-as-alr af salu'loir ome-Chiclels best-liked confection >in "ReallyDelightful" So dainty, so refreshingly different, with their candy- coating A chewing gum bonbon always welcome, never neglected. Make it a practice always to have Chiclets handy.- See.the pleased smiles when you produce the famous yellow and gold packet. At home, the family-size Week-End generous sup- ply for 25 cents. Then everybody will be happy. an Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Gum Co., Limited, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver ;