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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUF. IVMI.Y PAGE Young Man Caught in Krtd Mill Recovering Slowly (Kron Our Own Correspondent) W1NN1FRED, Feb. vary ser- ious accident happened Mr. Will Campbell this week. While grlniilDE feed Ills sweater caught in tho revolv- ing wheel and with terrific force turn- oil him round io lie ground throwing his overshoes completely from hit fi'et. Medical heljt wan quickly sum- moned. Dr. Muuro :s attending him Mid Mr. Campbell Is progrcsslug nlcu- ly, TIic Oddfellows and Rebeccas am extending a helping baud nlghl an-1 !ay. Ills many Irionds deeply nua'iiKd about tis Mr. and Mrs. 1IIIIU of Van: mual v.ere vlsitina ihcir brother i'uiil: [1. tills Win. Larben returned from Winni- peg 'I'buiiiUy whEie lio hf.eot a coupl'j t'f c-u business. lira. Bert t'olthrupe Is reported lomalcscent aller a brlet attack ci ASTHMA I.INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH The Ladies AM held a very success- ful metUmf Thursday tbe home ct Mra. Larson. 1 Medical help was hsilily called on Thursday at the of Mrs. 0. AY. Parker. Her baby was taken ill. Miss Thursi. ScoU returned from Medicine Hat hfcs vis- lling friend! for a lew wseki. The F. A. are giving a da ty. February 2Sih, In the 1. O. O. F hall. H U announced at a Hard Tlou1 Dance, everybody iarlled. The I1. F. A. irlH lunch. Good music The aid have called a special meeting for Tuesday, March 4ib, at the home of Mrs. Jas. Larson n> make irrtBSCnienta Tor some kind c! a banquet. Mra. O. Parkar is reported (IE with (onsilUlF. N. Kosenteck had a successful sale February ISlh. Several remained to spead the whist UchiR played, Mrs. Mike Collins winning chief prize. -VJra. Kd. Gosselin, tho booby. Stewart Promptly Gives Said He Not Satisfied With Cross' Work KDilONTON. Feb. tut open- ing ot tbi1 legislature Friday after- noou. Hon. to ex press to the house desire that ibe LEAGUE OFFICERS EDMONTON. Alia, Alberta Social in falsa ry lasi n IK lit. nearly all points of tlu- jiortanl resolutions w.-rv mill- Ing lo Dominion wMr [iirceuunt uf ihe dUease, public -TV wake a further eiylauatlon reform, m-rtw the rcde otc T1.; Clarence M. Uiiicks of Mi-m .1. 0. Shcan-r. Kt'iTf Service I'njncil [Toronto, t had been brought down UJKJD an order for return relnUnx to bi.> retlral from government an attorney-gen- era I, "It h time that tin explanation be? said Mr. Cross. 'It fa the members uf the itrjelsljtutt.'. to the ut-o- pte of provimi. ami to i Promptly ComplitB I vlncwl that an Premier Btewart promptly asreel1 force of plain HU-U .-boul'l that the eiplanuUou souglit was Ijc- appointed wbysu diny wcuM i In order. The return hud nskiti only; be the i-nruri-cnitnt Aci. for the correspoiideni-e relative and policy uf (lit- rruvhu-tali jliit resignation. bave the right as j Police wen- lit-ld Urgiiy! I premier of lliis province to afik for for the failure, j Smallpox Is reported at the home of reMral of any menibpr of the cah- John Currle, river. noith of town near the with whom' I do not feel that Tliu I wider program on lias umlHtakcn a nmtfi We Lead cLaughlin Cars CANADA'S STANDARD CAR International Trucks BUILT AND GUARANTEED BY THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Smith Form-aTruck TURN YOUR OLD CAR INTO A ONE OR TWO TON TRUCK Ford Service Station ONLY GENUINE FORD PARTS USED. PROMPT DELIVERIES ON ALL OUR LINES. FULL LINE: OF REPAIRS.CARRIED. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. can work to the l advantage. I than evtr'iielore. Arransi-mtots WUJ not aalisOeJ with the rooiluct (or ,llt. imri-ssing of tin: tits department under Mr. Cross all i-nliwly new rmlicv w..s - There was mi personal ill will but it dded ujion In the appuintmi-nl of bci-amo advisable lo lake the alep i husiiK-ss manager who would Bive ilia. There tould he no purpoas r.tteluioa ontlrc-iy ia a wii'.c- p-jblicilv served by a rontruvcny over thii j ,llc 0[ ,llc nlatler- [anuos for which it dtriOed tu The premier .went on to exulaiu Hint method in the ai lion. Wilfrid Oarlcpy let' c-ahliiot needed funds. Mr. H Hull of for personal and Im-incss reasons anil Kdnionlon. was by a mimminus vou: ly willi the I.est of lo ;he position ol loward thu oilier members of tile gov- eminent. "II li a matter of relief to an- swered Mr. Cross, "to hear iliis ex- rilaunUou for I had heard nuuors of many (ttlier reasons. The premier manager, he is of ihe work immediately. The ap- pointment of a Social Hygiene lary also aulhovizcil would give his whole tinu1 lo lhe work of never intimated to mo before iliat my this officer "was left in the lumdo of jilic executive, as also liic t'mpluy- meiu exjiorl invpsisgulnr.s. T3ic officers Tor'lhe conduct tit Ihe department was the sole reason. I v.-oulu like to some of the objections." The premier said he'would retcr to one case of certain detectives being retained by ihe when wcre aiwoinleil as follows: Honorary I Car (Owners! REMEMBER! Your Storage Battery has work to per- form, but cannot do it unless kept supplied with pure distilled water. Your battery is developing power equivalent to one or .two horsepower, and you can- not expect this power out of an empty battery. Have your battery tested and filled with distilled water. TJalleries lor all rnafccs of care. Guarantee ivith each new Evaready Nailery, IS months on starting, lighting and ignition, 3 yean on lighting. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Eveready Service Station J, D. THOMPSON PHONE 19M 718 3RD AVI. the provincial police had taken presidents, H, X. Stephens. Vermilion; over by a commission. Two of the Uev- c- r- McLanrin. Jlev. j men were onlcrcil retired by an order- T- Uuchansn, EUmonton; Hev. T. J.. in-council but when he returned from Ferguson, t'algary: Heir. Canon overseas he found the attorney-general -lames, Calgary; jr. Wood, f.il- !i2d retained them in employ. sory; Martin M.L.A., Cards- "Either I was to be premier of this ton; .Mrs. Nellie .McClung. Kdmonton; pruvlnce or the aUoniey-seneraj W. O- Hunt, Calgary: Rev. K. McGcn- said lhe premtiy. ;San. Kdznoiiton; 0. Stanley. il.L. Mr. Cross said hft had no recollec- 'A., I Ugh Itiver: Captain H. Hiley. iton of the premier asking for ihe Calgary; president. Mrs. C. Me- resignation of (ho men. One man wna first vice. valuablu and cspcrienctd and had presldtal, Hcv. K. I'earson, been retainnil for a time. The other M.L.A.; second vice-prcsitient. Rev. man had gone to lhe police Archdeacon Howcroft, James Weir asted ot the n-lltrrc- MhSnl vice-president, ]tev. A. M. Mi- aliouts of a "second" letter mentioned Calgary; general secrel.iry. fu (ho iiremier's correspondence tut A. C'oone; EL'CreOry, which did not appear in the retnrri.'H. S. ti'o-hop; (ronsurer, .T. II. McDon- Thft jjfCuiler said Liici K a SOCuTiil uuSiuBSa letter bul it was not relative to the resignation for which ihe correspond- ence WAS asked to returned. In reply to Mr. Weir, Uon, Mr. Cross was going to offer evidence re- garding the second letter, but tho speaker ruled the question out of or- der. Mr. Cross insisted on speaking anil offered to read Hie letter. After so mo other discussion the premier deciared that he was perfeci- ly willing to produce (lie oilier letter the house agreeing to this disposition ot the matter. :EQUEST Hundreds of people write us each year saying: "Publish my testimony so that all sufferers from Kidney or Bladder trouble may know what Gin Pills did for me and will do for them." Here is the message they wish us to give to all who realize the agonies of Backache, Painful Urination, Gravel, Stone in tiie Bladder or oilier Kidney Pills will remedy your Kidney or Bladder troubles and restore you to health and strength again." Try them. Sold everywhere for 50c. a box. The National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto, Ontario. U.S. residents should address Na-Dru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. -Y; PILLS tron Trie. -XT ''Abolition of private employment bureaus, which 'has lietn .askctl for years by ttie lahor men ot Quebec, will lie dealt with at Ihp present ses- sion of the Quelicc Government, three last named units are contained pamphlets. AUCTION SALE TUESDAY NEXT ON THE PREMISES, 281 7TH AVE, A. SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON .FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM Mfl. W. H.PAWSON TO SELL BY AUCTION, ASOVC, THE SUPERIOR HOLO- FURNITURE AND INCLUDING: DININ'O SI1LTB in inlsfelon oflk, comprising Initlet, round ex- tension diWo and sol ch.ilrs; hnmlaomc don sel. comprising library and hvn rhalra In fmnc'J (ink; Jacobean dining chnlrs; grass chair; nil over lapfiHlry rocker; sanitary lounge; hnh tabte; huH nml hall lroc; CIIEVAI, MIKHOIi; HANDSOME FUMED DliDROOM SUITK comprlslni! liaj ivilli c.oil sjirlng and oslcrmoor mattress; [IrnRScr with extra larf.c mirror; anil dressing (able; wjiist box; liook phnlvps; (nhTe; small rugs; Irlninicd bed with snrini? null OHTOIIMOOIt JIATTHBSfl; chest [iTnwers; mirror; cnrtain.i; tnioks; splendid KRS ranKe- coll ticntcr; kltdien (able; IlKKHlCBIIATOKi linmUomo KIXTUItlCS; MiiKlry Items of chlnn and tfnttrttm; kitchen ulcn. nils, PLEA3E BE PROMPT TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OUCH! CORNS! LIFT CORNS OFF Doesn't hurt a bit to lift that sore, touchy corn off with lingers Alberta, (he 13th Jloyal Highlanders or Canida, Montreal's fine kilted unit, and tlie made np originally of men from Saskatchewan, ns well ?.s i ho tirin cities of Fort Arthur and Fort William, is dealt with in intimate style, (he [iiatcrlES shomng how large a part iiatialions played in bringing to Canada ihe world-wide glorv hftr arms SS- iu.N, reii. i no runior _____T _l. thai has Ijeen current for EOJUI re the changing hands of Si. Peter's I llanlvcarc. materialized last week when Mr. W. C. Ho'skins of closed thu deal lor lhe business. Mr. i loskins, with liis sntl family, ake up residence in the town sis soan as arrangements can lie made. Oil Sunday about four o'clock the firm of AVatson and Co. jecame the firm ot Watson find Ron, The new ruirtner is promising younj? man and should Tie quHo an lion to the flvm. Tlie mother and the silent partner are lioth doing well, The Woodmen social evening was quite a success and'the hall was filled to capacHy. The evening was spent u cards, program, -ami rtnncing. Dur-j ng the evening paper was jiapsed around and some thirty or forty lad- les registered tbxir Intention to be" como Royal Neighbours if a camp is organized here. Tiic second meeting of (he Parent- TeachtTs' association was liehl on Wednesday aftcrnoun when there a good attendance. The constitution was adopted and a paper was read by 'Miss pri the subject o( Hot I.nnct) In School. Thy Ume of meeting for the future will he the first Tuesday of every month at S p.m. 1 Tlie fain ai Hay Woods farm was (well attended and everything went as well as was "expected. Mr. Wood ex- pecta to live at High lilver na soon us he can dispose of liis fanning affairs. There' were a number of delegates lo the nnmfiroiifl conventions in Cal- gary during At the time of writing there is ah out ihrcc inches of snow on thn ground, tt'Hh the pramist of some more. Tlio first jiiclurn show under tho management was not a howling 1UCC033 owing to "engine- lull lhat part, of it will soon he put right, There was a good EiUciidance. PERSONAL EFFECTS TO BRITAIN OTTAWA. Feb. Canadian trade commission !us received a cable- amplifying the information on British regulations respecting chlry i of personal olfecta ITI Great Britaiu. inciutled as hunafide passenger' baggage, even gontls classed as.pro- hibttcd for war will be ad- mitted without license, subject to sperial directions tobacco, tea and spirits. Comnnrcial simples HAS CLEAR SAILING WARSAW, Feb. ed campaign between Ignac: Jan Paderewski and Ctn. Joseph Pllsudskl for the preii- dency of the republic of Pol- is in full swing, Paderewaki, although he Is probably more pop- ular with people than his rivaT, is'not having clear sailing by any means. Pilsudski's itrength lies in hia popularity with the army. TJropa o( inagtc! Apply 3 lildn on [hat holhersomc corn. In- lhat corn slops (hen I you lift Jt off wltli the No j pain nl all! Try It! I Why wait? Your druggist sella n i tiny holllc of for n few cents, sufficient to rl'l your feel of [every hart! corn, soft corn, or corn tlio toes, and callusea, wllri- soreness At HISTORIES OF FAMOUS CANADIAN BATTALIONS 0 OTTAWA, Feb. the depart- tnent of puhUi1 Infornmtlon Iiorc bag received from Jhc Canadian war cortla ollk-n the Installment of the hlstcriea c.f CBtindlnn hattalioiifl whkii have PC rvcd ftt the front. Thts rpruisls of [lie ?tories of the I0l.ii, Wli, 2Alk'and Prlnccw IV hattnMotis in pfimplilci form, which will he Available on application at lhe nominal charge of t-ents. Tlio valor of ;tliq JHDIOUS 10th of 1OW Price has never been a consideration in designing and I M building the Gray-Dort, Our engineering department and our purchasing department have but one produce the finest light car. That the price is reasonable is due to factory efficiency and large Especially if you have owned or driven another light car, you will appreciate the refinements in the smoothness, power and pick-up of motor; the standard equipment; the comfort of riding and driving; the un- blemished beauty of tine and finish. The touring car is the Gray-Dort car with added refinements and extra extra; there are also a coupe, and a sedan. AH prices f .o.b. Chatham and are subject to change without notice, GRAY-DORT MOTORS LIMITED, Chatham, Ont. In the United Don Motor Car Co., Film, Mich. ALLEN JACK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. .GRAY. CAMPBELL, LTD., JAW, Gcncrjl pji'irlbulon for Saskatcliewwi (mil ;