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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKOXIiSDAY. raUUUAUY 19, 1919 '11IK DAILY IIMUI.U PAGfc NINE Borden and Foster Express Grief At The News of Lanrier's Death J'ARHS, oble Iruin special c.iblj fuutulujjiK >ho npiva of Sir l-auwr's ile.itii a great shocii 10 iha Cuiiiiillai! lu'esioa, all f' wiik'h wore on Urras c( IJus ins wiui liJiii. I'-'.s .Voivlay ulxln jiriv.ilo .i-.ibK'EKUn trouplit news of litV Illness, ina Aa ot ilcitli in nuwsiMiioM. Kir (Icjrgo Fos- l-r was .t'JO j.'ivs. lie Sir Wiifr'J iiavl 11 Ihougli frciij site 01 the lios.'e. to> n PLoz, h'reclor general of Cnifii Str.trs -'U.'i-t KnicrgencV Ctjri Appar- ently ha 5 taken coiirrni of tlift .hero froni hnnrt? of the ?h1pbnililer3, and a an- lloitued by Piei ivill aiipiupt to :bo dispute batwc'fert ttio and ttie union ets of who have ljcc-n on strike since last January JK lion us a i-prlucLijfi'" ot policy unit a follower i the two ni EXwho in jiast. work! he [admfrcd. Charli-.- Janice Fox anil jiaui ,-jifforcfl as only ;t ;.i ioly ;GCJ likvly to tio. him fiom beirg :i Iiot-lteadcJ but tin1 rfsull thai in purvey In? we find it difficult to nc- ctpi Hir us a constructive a clear anil ttolicy Vviiicli could as Lorr'eci acconlinir to their WANTREFERErJDUM b., 1VD. 'cntlum will be Eousilit in 14 states on the federal prohibition amenlnK-si i according to an annoLincnnctit made i by the Xat'ioual Assofia'ion of DU-1 tillers anil Wholesale Liquor Dealers! here today.1 j iiASKL, Feb. .GeVjnan armistice in future -SILENT -TRIBUTE I be under coatrol of o'tlice, AVIXS'IPEG, :pcb. a silent' accordirtg to an unofficial disnatrh Gl OFFICE tribute lo .the late Sir Laurier ihe council.of. tbe_ Curiing from Berlin received- here. Foreign Secretary BrovkrloriT-Rnntzau vriU re- Association lias "u{ i servo to himself'supreme dircclion of jilay in "oreinier' bcnsiHel j The national aBse-mlily Etudyine.etroilpnilc now going on five: mhi-j naturally will stilted on -all de- conditions, has returue. dio Paris at.130 ttits afternoon. I .cisivc reports that he fomid much _.'. J_ meni throughout tho country and aj restless, fluid condition'that contains JTJ1 a threat ngainst- the peace ot the.ttn-: medlato future. Ho ssys Germany's f but what you assimilate that does you Bovril has 'he wonderful power of making other foods more nourishing. This was proved by Professor Thompson, of Dublin, in inde- pendent experiincnts carried out qt the request of a Government Department, BOVRIL STANDS ALONE. Canada Uoatd. .no jOtitstanding human lattors .in the looil supplies limited to iMJVcloiinieHt1 of Canadar.affd1 will .tin- -'exh'RuVteil (iQiihtedlyassign him.a foremost place, longer hlan nesfjmonlh, Icavirie'-, aj A laxMEve today savr's a sici; Children i imply vail not limp from play to which-become dossed wlih waste, livci gets Klngsisl1. 7 the mothsrli H ro-ilcj', your cbiKl is.listless, feverish, Iiatl, restless, doesn't] .U heartily, full of cold or" lias was- always a pleasing "-speaker and somctitnOfi rose to the heights of real was lacking in logical and close was amply compensated 'for by the lucidity of style, charm ol diction and vividness of imagination, left him if any, competilora; "He was a great figure in .Canadian but it is in tbo house nf com.- great, gap to, .be filled -before- harvest: The }hc captain 133 shrunk to iifslguificaut figures, and is no .longer formidable. ihreat or am- other children's ailment, ;nipns that He, will. tie. most of .all miss- Biv6 a UcspoDnful' ot "California ed: For nto it will bo a lonesome Rvrup of then ilon'.t worry.' Ve-'j place without his plfasing presence ca-.ise it is jM-Tfectly hannless, aaa ih and eloquent voice. Also, that death ii; fcv.- hum's ail this constipalion ;ia so. pitiless and .-humanity FO lioiwn, sour bile farroen.l.toK Hop :A. U. Siflon waste will jently move out, of Ihe Hon.- Sifton expressed great and ym-hove a well, iilavfnl sympathy for Ljilirier in (Ien ot sir Wilfrid and ,llat H'ouW he A IhorouEli deuii'inj' is nccw- fiould he. the firaftreatmqnt given m Riiy.slcSiwss. matter ol to the D ioafni'S 'of concern' to Ihfc rost-of the all and for !grown-njis phinly on J Hon. Mr, Dohtrty oh tho .hottle. Look carefully Hon. CVIr. Uotierty said: "The ileath am 'hat it .is made liy J.ho "Cal.-Ot.Str Wilfrid Laurter is Sincerely ifornia Fig Syrup irtourned. Throughout a long career Public Is Wariied Against Taking Substitutes For JM ox a ted Iron Physicians Below Say That Ordinary Metallic Iron Preparations Cannot Possibly Give The Same STRENGTH, POWER AND ENDURANCE Organic Iron v; United Slates Judge Atkinion Gtvei Opinion SERIOUS SITUATION BERLIN, Feb. Bavarian govsrn- merit of Premier Eisner is faced with a serious internal situation, according to dispatches received THREATENS TO RESIGN Feb. Von Brockcforff-Rantzau, the foreign minister, told trie German cabinet on Sunday that he would resign if Germany's conditions in reference to a renewal of ar- mistice were rejected, according- Ing to a Weimar dispatch to the Frankfort Zeitung. GENERAL STRIKE POSTAL EMPLOYEES WINNIPEG, Feb. returning from Winnipeg' from the convention of the Federated. Postal Employees of Western Can- ada in Saskatoon stale that an agreement has bsen reached by the pcsta.l employees that unless ihe increases In wages, arc In effect by March 31, there will be-a general strike of all postal em- ployees from the Great Lakes to the Pacific, THE br Cartful inrej ind puients icvtalcij the fact tl--ai arc Inou ol iron nha do not bcLvccn ifwic iron am! r.icul'ic iron, anJ tJisl such often fsil 13 lie s'mply because ihty fhlVt tiken ttiCT-tong tcira cf- iron, Thtnfore, ffiyS'ejani rr-cr.- lioncd r.tS'iii ifiosc ulrO -Sittti Of" A (trench ar.t builder la fro to (heir doclors and a 16r' orftan-c ar.d! prtrtirt- this lo Ifair druffKU: to (hit thrre n i BlMI! }y James arlitle, not proj-w -Tut if they 's RO c tf a prc- on for ited G. son, of1 Court C., "Jt fcrjilaiisn I recttn- IVtUatwl Iron lo iversonj who s liavfc ffrTiiKel-iU ex- orjanic iron majf te no'Jiinf' mote Hun a "ton -ccnupound which tnSjr in soraw" prc-ducc mere harm ;ooi3. The HospilAl New York. nn3 ihs Urjuheiicr County Itospilal; York Thytic'ln and "Medical Aplhor and fibers, JAthit lha piiMrt rely be informed this subject aciti piolcflcil ihe cf racta'lic iron (be iklusion it raited Ifon or at hart Rood 39 Kuzatcdl Jron, t H.i( rifl-w many suiter ffLini Iron .drj not. .knOivit. If you are not jtrone or will, >oa owa il routjclf maVb ttit BOW'lMp joil dfl Vork o; how fjf ctr. NOT MUCH DOING RKGIN'A, Sask., Feb. rai ng session of the Saskatchewan Oraln Growers' Association was un- usually fcauirelosg. Tho president, I. A. wherlms been .ov- erseas as.a ropre.iRiitaMvc ot the Can- irtiau council ol agriculture, nnnoimc- crt tli'nt liccnusc "t absence from ho country for ihs jmst two moiilhs. tho repovl ivoulil not lie given. PHOTOGRAPH GRAVES OTTAWA. Feb. Work of 'rHptO- aiihing the gravcB ot Cr.iuulinna Imrica overseas ia bains conllnncd, anil it is hoiiAl that u iihoto- o' carli he1 ohtniuable. This intornialinn i.s conlamcil in a mnmor.imlum forwartlcil to (he militia department by Mnjor-flcn, Faljlsn Ware, of graves' rcg- trAtlon inquiries. DUPLICATE MINING LAWS' XBW Feb. Tho existing ronfnaion in the: mining laws of Crfh- ftcla and tho United Btales which, K. la said, Icit (o ri duiillr-ntion ot effort liaa sorno linic-s crcfilcd a liajrlcr (o ro-opt-ratfon in mfn- ins, vi'as the priniipnl 'tor dis- russlon at Hie annual meeting here of-llic Ainorican Innlilutc oiMlnhig FOR SALE UY J. O. HICINDOYMAM CO., LTD. DEALS ALIENS LONDON. Ihe liOUio of commons nl tiuc'stfon tiino Hliorlt, home scrretafy for stiilpJ that a WIl dcnllng with tho de- anil excbision of undesirable iilicna wonlrl ho introduced Thia market will be in charge of a practical English Fishman, who thoroughly understands the cleu- ing, oressing and preparing of Fish IN ANY WAY WANTED. This is something the ordinary housewife has not .been able lo ge t, in Lelhb ridge, consequently there has not been the amount of'fish licBght there other- wise would have been. It is our aim to give the people of this city a better and more up-to-date Fish service. Customers can open a monthly credit account regardless of where they buy their meats. The Fish adjtiins the Dominiou Meat Market and regular 'deliveries w5fl he made hi connection with same. v the 21st, we have Special Arriving from the Pacific, Atlantic and Northern Lakes Thursday's Ad vfc for Special Prices, which Will be Away the Lowest in the City DOMINION FISH MARKET CORNER 4TH 6TH ST. PHONE ;