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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE N'IN'E 1'oilay is Hie first o! February and so far as any winter LcUriirldgo liss DJr.eriencecl tills seasou 1J might either be the Isst day ol Ottober or the first dav ol April. Sudi an absolutely Una January lias never been experienced In Iho history o( Southern -AHierla. lleiwrts at bultcrP.lei, reblus, Honli- ers, budding trees and erecnlue Bruas are belnu receiveJ every day.- llul the most peculiar ator- lea about ttio open winter i-atuc under ilio notice ot u'lleral) representative Thursday. Several people living cast of the city umdo tbe statement that a flock ot at least 600 itlM ducks arc making their homo oil the akos nt Chin. 7bey aro the largo irirlne io appear, variety, and tliey seem to display no onEonted to do. ilesirfi to BO farther south Ibis year. Evidently they hope to save tbo Ions lliliht north neit spring. The oilier phenomenon is that fishing seems to be live at Ilaymond. Yesterday attentopn a party of ttiree went out to a lafco four "miles from tlie town and came back with a catch ot nine pike, one ot which weighed 4 1-2 Evidently the ducks anil the lish don't know tills is supposed Kiitor. lA-U.bildKO Herald: seenia to be a liUle uils- over the proposed masi meeting which to liave leen held by the Lctlibrldfcc Trades Council on Sunday evening; next. The meeting was belDK LoM under authority ol the Alberta Federation ot I-abor, aud aro being held all over the province to protest against Iho "freedom ol speech" order, etc., same to be 'held MI Suiiduy. February 'i. As ,Mr. Irvine, Calgary.'was coining down to to address the People's Forum, Hie local trades council thouslit It a good opportunity to eel htm to address the mass meeting In Iho evening. The chairman ol tlio Peopled Forum was approached with ilila end in view? and he made ar- rangements (not myself, aa stated in the Calgary mornliiB for Mr. weekly eiantiuatlcui helil Monday, JEXIK 27lh In toonec-tion with the School: Krcnch Cirantmar. Grade Bennett 75, i. bickcll M, M. Clllln 55, N Deuuon A. KairlltH G4. A. ilar- dic 53, M. Moore- W. Hyssop 40, Kl- Eia Kowler 41, Hoy Fetter :K. Average 53. History. Grade i- R. Johnson S3. V. llulman Icgrau "9. Duns- up VAXCOUVEJI. IK'.. of lore Mr. Justice noon that while H; _ worth 78, 11. Church K. rliurr'i the Prince's noon 07, K. Ilullock U. YOUIIK W, K. Davis CS, E. Hamilton C. McKacUern 70. Smith OS, J. DC-! sifj (mm Vinderolll and passenger, u v.-as nothing tn :-tlon on ljoar.Jl K" H rrli in i "Yes. Can't- afford lo kt-cp her. I :ir. be dou't the salary, liui ber tastes in food are out of my '.viio ington Star. .No Luck for Him This chiM play or smife. He is real sick. His tongue is white, breath feverish, stomach sour. He fears ho is in for a dose of castor oil, cal- omel or pills. he hates them. He would rather reimm sick. No! He won't tell mother! 1 If his mother would only learn the value of candy "Cascarets." How children love this candy surely it acts on liver and bowels. A.'Ingrain S2, 7S, O Fitzpatrick 76, G. Rosaine C5, Ij. 1 Knapman C6, A. Davis 03. Stilt C2, M. Smith C2, N. .Oelger 56. H. Gowin feel they did the right' thing in trr- iog to presen-e law and order. I thing, the..local corre- i snomient to the Calgary Herald Jt ,My oe news lo you, but t true ,scts. 0, the rv tn of Dprj.fins. who hava V't" and Hie delegates S5, T. Christie 55, G. Davvsori 53, 1 lory to thousands of who h'avi Painful Urin- ation, Swollen Joints, Constant Head- EulimitUng his 1 '__ _. , tVifc tflmri Tim case consulted both bodies to nitling I. tin- this same man professes (o fcnow a litUe abuul Oie, uewsparer uchea, elc., that Gin 1'ills remedy Kid- nev nnii' troubles by first moving tho cause.- I game, and in all fairness to both par- "The cause of all diseawi Uos concerned, it would Have Deea luch HR RhcumaiiEin, Sci- Uie wiECst policy. etc., is congested Kidncv's: Kid- In conclusion, I say it revs lhat fail tbeir always been the aim of tbe tion of .filtering tho poisons acil impcr- UUs frbra the These poisoni rcmsininj In-iiie syslein are the direct cause of B chnin of ilrcadcd diseases. if ryou'vc never ]ie.ir3 of Gin I'ills Ijpfore ask any of your friends about Bennett 50. L. Bennett 43, T. Allen 46, G. Wilson 43, A. 40, L. Goort- rnan y7, K. Backus 37, M. a Fraeho 33, L. 1'arier 32. Average 54.: Geography. Grade X K, Pearson SO, B. Jones 7S, 51. Horn 73. K. Ahrena Gl, G. McMahoi- 50, S. Kunz 45, L. Felnstein 44, A. Davis 42. Aver- age GO. lias local-) trades and laborxiquncil lo act in con- junction with the local branch of the G. V. A. TtT.A bs tia means EXPROPRIATE VACANT LAND TORONTO, Jan. will he provided In the housing bill which Uarto government bring threshing out some- of Ifie vital prob- f benefit to tlio worker, anrt es- nocially now when tlie question of un- Ihcrn, Gin Tills have been- on tbe employment is KctthiE serious, it ba- 1.. _. ooves us to 9l-rivc to ,tat Thanking you, Mr. Editoi, for taking li space. W. HAWKINS, Lelhbrldge Trades market for tTicy are re- remedy for Uackachc, etc. you suffer, froni any Kinncy or Blad- der' afflictions try Gin Piils. you riot c-nre to buy tliem al fin t-xperirtient, a snmple boi Tvill bt tent to you on request. Gin Tills contain the beneficial of Oin without the slightest trace of alcohol. For many hauled Gin was conndcred the reaily rpinedy for Kidney or filadder troulilee. Scientific reacarch proved, Ilial the reason for tins u-as dne purely to Ihe fxtract of .liiriiper it conlftined r.olliing else] From hundreds of letters received by us we arc convinced I hat Alt any sufferer of Kidney or Bladder trouble Jr: try Oin they will find relief at once. The National Drug Chemical Co. Canada, Limited, Totoiilo, Onlnrio, V. S. residents nhoutrl Na-Dru- -615! DRIftMOIST CLOTH TiOUGM DOUBLE ITS BHUTt Try Thial Hair Gets Thick, Gloacy Wavy and Beautiful t at Once. Uic Joy of If- Your hair becomes Hght T.avy, llnffy, nbnndant find appear aoft, luBlroiis and beautiful as fining after a Damlorlno bai cleanse. a clotl ultEt a ifttlo Danilcrlnc- and It (hrough your hair, taking on Btuail strand at a, lime.' .This wll llio 'hair of dust, dlrl or ex ccssko oil, and in Jii.U n few mo iicnlB yon bavo doubled thn boaul yf your hnlr. A aurprls iwaHs whoso hTlr lias hee ni's'PClcd or Is craggy, farted, dry brittle of (hin. Uesldes licautlfyln Jho dissolves ever iiHrlfclc of daiulruff; clennaes, piir !ier- orrl1 invlgoraica tho scalp, fo >icr Itcliliifi and falll.ft I) n I what will please you nioal vill be after n'.fow weeks' use, ivhcti ace nc'.v hflSr-'-fins "nd jlo'.vr.y a( .irst roaliy new hnir Rrow; n'ft nil over Ihti scalp. If you tare ji-etly, sort 'liflTi -and.lots of if. sure-, fy ji bt KnowftOJi'fl TJAiidcTino from any fltore or U'llcl cojinicr, for.a few And Labor Council. at the coining session oE the legislature So permit municipalities lo expropriate vacant lanfl where neces- sary ,for the building of homes. ALE Yearling BULLS 3 Scotfch Bred, trac- ing to White Hall Sultan and the others of good breeding. TO. MOTHERS! Each ten cent box of Cascarels contains lui! ctircc tipnsior dose aged one year old and upwards. Nothing 'works11 the nasiy bile, sour fermentations ami constipation pcison from the tender litKe bowels so gently, yet so thoroughly. Even cross, fever- ish, bilious children gladly take Cascarels without being coaxed. Csiscarels taste'just like candy. Cascareis never gripe, never sicken, never injure, but above they never disappoint the worried mother. To the Calgary Altierlan Mr. Irvine lade ilio (ollovvinir statement: li a special dispatch to the Herald rom I.uthbridgc, dealing with the ostponernent of the, meelins proposed 0 he held under Ihe niisplces of Iho rades and IfiVor, it is slated I was to speak at said meeting nd follows the statement lhal 'II -was nspected that there was a ccrialn bjecl underlying it In connection with iolshevfsm, and the creating of an eitfltion for the release of Shannon, eeretary of the Coalhurst Mlnera' Union.' I -wish it la ho' clearly under- took 'oy all Interested, and partlcn- arly by the G. Wi( V. A., that 1 ob- net to Iho obvions'-linplication by conpllng tay riame'as a spoakor tvllli the suspected underlying Uolshe -Ism. "All .that I know about mailer a'that 1 accepts! an Invitation to speak ot the People's Forum of Leltt> irldgo on Sunday; was asked, 1 thougnl, by Iho secretary Df the trades ami labor council nl Ixiilitirld'go to npeaK 'nt tholr meeting In Iho Interests of 'Free Speech' in liic evening. 1 look the Invitation on iood faith, and If there be an irregu- isrily in connecllon-wlth -my -Invita. lion, or If 'here Is'trulh In the HcraM report respecting Uolshcvht mollves, the Irado's nnd labor tirldge owes me'an apology. let m'e say'with all ttic. of which words aro capable-, trial 1 am opposed lo Iho liolshevlal niolh- oda a ml havo declared so. dozens o'f times both from tho public platform and Ihroujh the Had Iho meet- ing at IXithbrklgo materialized should have spoken against Bolshe- vism. SUGGEST ARMISTICE IN SILESIA PARIS, Feb. ot the al.Jied commitlee Whlch.will go (o Tcschsn'to inv.jstlgalc differ- there between, the Czechs and Poles have proposed that an armistice b: concluded in Silesia, pending the decision of the peace conference. The committee wlir gtjirt next Week and U is not expected that it will be Able to Mfth that city before the middle of February. I i Overland cars, always have been designed and built to in (let-dip'taste needs of substantial people. Tlie fjood things owners say cause the steadily increasing demand for Mocjel 90 cars. There probably will not be enough to meet the demand of this season. D. S. Williamson and Co. Dealers 320 Ninth Slt-col South I'liono 1516. Willyt-Unibiiil, Umitcdi Head Qffice.Mnl Onlirin j 'Bratitltrif'Monlrfql) ]Vifr.riipeg ond Rtgir.a 1 am offering lor Sale my 30 months old "Selection Gold" No. 121896 v a grand son oi Avondale and a real herd header Lyndale Stock Farm, BeniPawson Cbaldale, Alberta ;