Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
m rc AGE; FOUB "VJ-IK LKTHUniDGE DAILY HgRAlJ> TUESDAY. IUIA8, She Tbevalfc Siberia DAILY AMD Proprietor} anf Publishers THELETHBRIDGE HtRALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED J23 Slrtet Lrlhbndge W. A. Buchanan 1 President Marnfing Director John Tcrranct UashMss llsnagi TELEPHONES something of pcrverie obstinacy. Ibis assembly, which c.iu in uo way lie S3 a popular one by ony olriilus or the term, has shown It- self 10 bo an liupedfmeut to well-mount and well directed legislation. If tbc-rc- Is a .-all tor the abpllliou o[ the ll has alfurded ample jusiitk-atioii tor ibe outcry. A CALL FOR SYMPATHY. The light his been hell in certain quirlers to be ot such importance that, it his received edt, jtorint commenjf The Spokesmin. TELEPHONES I.eview has alluded to it in spirit Business Office sympathy, not for ihe defeated -Editorial Office ..........-i..... I but for the thousands of Member-Audit of Ciriulitiom hut tor the thousands ol people who made the pilsvimage to Toledo aiid.sleul on benches and ale what they could set and paid Ihree for, everything and sat Tor Indian Department Discourages I'litns All Made" For the Slimmer School .MAn.KOD. July 7.- Southern Al bcrta Summer School at .MaclcoJ promises lo be the grVatesl affair ol the kind ever-held la Iho southern ot Alberta, llev. -A. Lewis he manager, has already- applications hours In a blistering Thcy.wsnt- ed to fie. the. irresistible force .iilungc- upon the immovable body. To, them. 'latora who lost money and the movie Subscription Ralss: Daily, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year well as lo she poor ucket sjiecu- Daily by mail, per ._w_ tha nmvie nates of eiplrr of'subscriptions daify on BddresB .label. Accept- iTce. of papers attar exnlrailon date t" bur authority'to continue the sub- scriptiqn. WORK FOR THE FARMERS. Ereryday Is one of Importance as 'rtgaViis- arringemenls to tide Iho farmers over the coming. winter. H on their ence will be sent as soon as Ihey cnu be dratted and properly embossed. For the defeated champion Ih Review has no sympathy. It deal with him in the following manner. "As a gladiator never' was of much account. Ho stems lo bavo been, even Ibrouglwiis itenure of the j championship, a mountainous more also more tor farming thin for lICKED UP IN ASS1NG VOH THE IIU I.USD11RECK. July 5 breck sports wero OeM on Saturday, Juno 28th 'and unqualified success. The weather 1'ertect, clear and bright, but not too warm. The large crowd who attended entered with enthusiasm luto all the contests and races and a most enjoyable lime spent by all During the noon lea' was served fit Iho rectory by D ivii WHS in several ladles. Mrs. Grove and or many reserves from all over the aiid inquires from people TS to the iirogf am, whict Includes Dr. Kirby "n Mrs. rtob'erls being in charge. Mrs. Densmore look cliurge of tie let cream booth. Mrs. Ponn and MM. Carswcll of the fruit, soft drinks, etc. directed by J. II. thin; V-iat tins appeared In public In southern Albcrla. As July '19th has been proclaimed tfib, celebration of peaotjjhe W; will he Ijell in'.conuecllon with the summer echool. %Many nmos are passing every day from Uio country" south. of Ih'o line touring Alberta. some" looking" Th. Charles Cirlwrlghl. Gerrard and R. D. lor teed, others inspecting Ihe land- for which Alberta .Thi aulo thus brings ds in closer touch with our John tadbos were W. T. Eddy, G. Fen- Jelly' and Jas. Mllvain. All Juvenile ii'rst 'prize winners were presented with a watermelon by A. more. M. nore. 'An Interesting event was Ihe lus-ot- war belweerr Lundbreck school head- ed by Miss Canuthers and bee school led by Miss MoWllllam. Lundbreck ECbool was victorious, Tbo tug-of-yar between married and single men was jha married men But it Will Require Greater Air- ships arid'Belter Rep6rts s I 'x MINEOIjA., July from the diaries kept by the- here of Iho" crew o( the R-31 throw an Interesting, lleht on Iho difficulties and dangers of trans-AUantlc voy- age. Notwithstanding these. Gen, MaHlaud, who kept the cftlclal log of the. (rip, predlcls a regular air sen-Ice across the. X'Oahtlc btfore'many years. "Tbe ships'of the declared Gen.'-MaUlahd, "wlll'noi be like the n-34, irhfcb, although a fine ship, Is sol enough for Irani Atlantic com- mtrclal trafflc. An enlry from the dliry of Lieut, karris, meleorologlcnl officer, de- scribee how Ihe n-34 acted It ran Into the storm off the coast foundland. The ship seemed as If she Tlis Board ot Grain Supervisors la- sued Inatrucllous forblddtog the re- moval of grain, from elevators with- out a permit- Mrs- W. Loveless of Au'-ellasbursh dropped dead while vlslllns at the home of her sister, Mrs. Canaan ot 1 lielluvllle. Tho new Finnish Constitution adopt- ed by the Diet provides that tho first i-iiu our largo number of Eirls; and boys closely eonleslcd, the 're now In' Ilicleod" being successful. f fifts jounsJw bafoi omei-. ini; suits nt is'llme that some proRnDJ was form- tie rlgora of the ring. In a sense he ulaled for providing- wcrk of a pubHc nsture Such as that, embodied In thr irrlfatio'n schemes.-' Settlement In regard. '.to flic irrig9'.Ion "project. M 'll reiates IP, the Federal and >xam-1 oems succcsami. inatiois. iVo'wd growa. each I Thyool-races over, several saMle- vear, nnd the coming men-and wonien horse-races were run In lae. "arc ihose who today are, writing. Ing the Lundbreck baseball team Almost a staff, of Rachels will I scored .success over Ihe appear hefore the Mack-od scholars I team to the tune of dance at thu. opening -of the school. lire- of the oM are remaminj. most cnjoyalle_ time was reporien. as llways was too proud ;o tight. But unbejlevably and' to all .appearances so lirmly rooted to the was uot to be'-blamed for a certain amount, of'confidence in his The sun dance -ervo whfch Is now -.u'l ire remainin nl Ibe Plepin the Provincial Governments., sho'uld immovability. by been arrived al. Ile impressed everybody that vjharls needed, and Immediate Admitting uial'he imii '-Mllon brilliant lecbnfc ot .Jnmes J. Corbett Pae day of the present weather Ihe pugnacity of John L. Sullivan, for maSc-s the outlook more serious. It is persons -oho are quaiflly called being- held Is eoud fur today, but a .Xamo affair compared with those of ytars gone by. and may be the lasl'One for some years to as the department are inclined to discourage these and to encourage, the Indians to spend lhair The illlec Jime on land. _ Irrigat'oTl matter are'being talked than at any time In the have been placed not Ao he' wondered Ih.l-ihe tamers I experts- nevertheless .were I H. Defoe has bis already "working are-becoming restless and Impatient unnbU to set anay-frtrrT the.idea that nd no human blow could Jar.him loose I from' his moorings: and' -'desire', lo plans .are being made! A-great i- rests on our The Spokesman-Review, hovvevcr- -g i ahthorlH.es at the present time. Pro- short in its ol sym wonld be criminal. MMI-. patty. "Bpeliinot consider that those rcaent and Ihe' k tabked tie champion ought lo he mee to cbpo with" ite.prcaent and Ihe' fufu're situation should regarded aE emergency- ones. This is the only tabked .tie champion ought lo he eed In Ihe lime In nol taking the view "that as "a gladiator Willard praclicai. and natural he never wfrs ot much u- however, .the question pi. sy should -im-l pally'ij seriously.considered it cannot rneaialeiy in se'en.wrTere 'anybody whether they .a practical'issue" whal has "beer, loo I'Vero In. body present at Miss VanElnE, lire, ll is limVlo act I Toledo asks for any...' V I xow his a thorough :lty it should be kep THE SENATE J.' AKltf THE PEOPLE.' TLo closing scenes of tie parlla- .....le'sslon snve brought lie clean EO. i-upla-the.cl ng plants. Two have already eil." Mid oilers arc on .the way. has his already working, i Uell will have WE Installed this ine Luiiiiim. lYirshes, George Fulton and Jack Rcb- iason A substantial sum was raised toward a piano for the proposed mem- orial Hall. Great credit is due every- one who worked so hard to make the day a success.' Corp. Victor B. Hawkins has re- turned Irotn overseas and IE receiv- ng n warm welcome from his.Urge circle of friends.' Parents and children alike -regret the departure of. our popular and etllc- lont leachers, M'iss Carrulhers and JIIss McWilllam. Clifford Madden, only son of Mr. was going to.break Inlo bits, rising and falling HXe a crok on n heavy "Al he said; "1 belle'rcd she stood "up thirty degrees in tbo air., J'Tho situation on (he At- lantic must bo i'nvosligaleii very Ihor- oughly before trsnB-Allanlls Iravel between England and America can be made-Safe and practicable, With the limited information as to weather, con- dition lha! we hare now, trans-At- lantic travel la highly dangerous. 1 consider it almost a thai we completed lie trip -successfully, after what we went through last night." Lleul. Sholter, 'engineer officer, was President shall le fleeted by the Diet and shall have a sis years' terra. The Province of Nova Scolla is bor- rowing money al 03 low n rale 38-3.30 per cent, the bonds lo be sold In the United Stall's. Although they treated a Lot ono of voic tho Coney Island, N. V., wero arrived.' About 30 passengeVa on" tba I'ort ilalliousle division car escape when the rear wheels left Ihe track near The Jury returned'a verdict of clrteatar death in, tho case of Mrs yai-es, who was killed by a 3. A T. VTOIley car nt Colborne. New Yorlt Slate olliclols Investigat- ing raUlcal are now looK- Ing for "ono big head" Ihi "reds." x For Victrola '''While we bell many of large and costly Vldrolaa ycarly-r-wo have a slse and vrlce to null every we sell each oil easy payments. If out of town write mall records anywhere aud guarantee safe deliveries. FREE! you lave a Vidro- Ja or noL you are welcome 'to our big now page, rec- onl Catalog. Bilmeral Block of tht Vlctroli" ml hcjes to be able'thus (o havo eed for. his stock.. H. TTfompsqn's Ight-Inch deliveif be in working order'Tery E002. These have nil been placed- and .installed, by J. O. While, wuo had two men on i'uu ground lest week nncT-gave out sn amonat of.ir.Iormallon concerning gMion by pumplog. They" eipecl visit Macleod ajaiil in a short Early Sunday liiorjiing fire broke out in the io-.fn "of-CfanuLn, and after. wholesalers' Following from to a toQj fO cents a huuilre-J.'. Increase rk, N. J., crops In the district west .of Swift Current Sask., are beyond recovery. J. U. .Hall. Sarnia. via. remanded" lor Irialon a charge b( Illosally-wear- ing n class A and B war service badge. Tlio employing barbars of. Klugs-, Q ton decided'lhat under present con- 1 dliions tliey could nol_ Brant an in- I of carineu of Iho East- Lleul snoiier euBinuur unim, Mnssachusetls Railway was de- cspeciilly Impressed with the greater dared "Off. Ihe International officers danger of irans-Aiianllc'nrrsblp flight, refusing to sanction It." He wrote in his diary: -I am more convinced than ever es JMenslvc Improvements are plan- we travel on thai nol be a bed In City Hull-Park, New York, In. -ne uij Lua ft Pftqt nffirn nuild- VIIILUm vinj and Mrs. Thomas Jladden of lia Windsor arrived Sunday from, over- teas. Mr. and Mra: Madden hare also as their daughter, Mrs. Sparrow of'1'Vancouver. The friends oT Mrs.. L. J. will be glad lo hear that she 13 re covering from her severe.Illness. Our whirlwind southpaw, Lloyd N'el son, late of the U. S. army, Is homi All ninth grade pupils.of tho Lee School were successful their eiams They "are Annie Connelly, Vol Mllvain brake, which caused a, Elighl'- but otharwise everylhing wenl..well, and Ihe llacleod fire fighters- ren-. i The meeting called for at the May- geile 'It'tb prominence In its setting or-s office for-Jnly Sth should be. large itself, a's has been 1 iy attended, the; v ill of the people as constltnted -in of Commoni. The Sen- ij ;s _llme somthing slronld be def- Bte" had evidently made np Its inlnd to I heard in regard to the the people ol Canifla-lhat gjtion H "was not the moribund body, which hai been, more or less, an the Senate baa much _to answer, -view'of this assembly. This cari >e 1 jor iast aclion in regard lo Hie (hplonly.jusliflcallon for Its thwart- In the-criminal'code in'g'the'will of the House.in regard wM1- B6Edra lot of explaining. to'.'two Imporlant-leglsliVlve ;W :ieitilg ,Jlie) aBJInst the will of the loyter.Honae ft. reipect lo the-'.Prahlbllloa :BllUlbe jeering Benale has killed to -Jh'e' raising, of" Ihe'jije' of consehl" la the '..'...'..'_.. ..in to- the Prohlblitlon Biii _ minfla ienB of- In con- a'ns'for-'lhe observance of mEii are.coming io the fore these days. .In .the recent law.I.tamlnallonb inTer-provinfjIal trode.' They-argued ihaV the order In-Conncil-was In1'Its vires" the justl- ienmted being thai K neces.'a'ry: aa' a" war-lime .'rJeasure, .'jU the time of Ihe .passing-of'.tha 'order-ln-conncll, the twelve month, ei tens'lori period In lire" Prphlblllon Bill considered a necessary provision Il-ils difficult lo undebland_ .why (hB light ol present circumstances tliii viewpoint should be "changed -The wir.'lt Is true, ll lechnkally bill In the removal of war-tlrn erjactme'iits, It Is only Judicious move slowly. There must bo the nee -tiiary t'fsnsltlon period. Jusllflcalion the Senal :'mtr have 'considered it bad In Ih InUodnclion of Its amenJment in fa.malilng.llself as d asteful.as the il'oufe bf-Lords Th n It.; rejectso he'Hudget.- .v L collided with ow and came "off.'second best Vfl iow consider It wise to have-a cow :alcher placed in front ot his TJodg n tnQ. In the jsti Sunday and alter, j-ney are AQUIC _. .___ for a Xlme, cilled and Hardwlck--Lyn.ch-Staunton. fire briaadii from LL Owen Hartshorn has as his suesl ipaiided promptly and leftJ'for the I his- brother who served, for several ncipliborinr town with' fire-fieblins lyears with army, apparatas. Jiist ns they .Jlr.-Alar- gtrswqll> ha5..as a spring oil one ot.Uie.ahtos! his brother and niece from Hcotl'.ni. rMrs Ernest Bent and son Lawrence Fho' has for' the pint six weeks bten. anu me .iinueim LUC friends In ei- dered valuable assislance in subduing I pecUd home shortly., the [ire and preventing the spreading! Milyain ie sporting to other buildings: am The. co-operation of towns times saves themselves11-: and others, and this tire will hare' (ri "effect of uniting Granuin and than before. The origin of lie fire the lime of' writing unknown, ie loss Is heavy, b'uY niosl of the uildlngs ar.U stock have'Some fire-In- urance. Sonday_ sefvices in-the.-----.-------- acleod look Ihe Peace, Sundaj. .and hanksgiving form." as proclaimed, in hich tlie congreBallons .heard, of. Ihe eace signing and 'at trans-Atlantic oirplaup .service for conBidernliie lime. i "I am Jusl wondering if my witdand boys.'are, gett'ns any. "news of me.' I Elnccrely hone so. Hcr's 13 tbe harder task. I am stopping the.flying llfBj alter this flight, tor wlfo's health I Ccnior FilmE of, Big Ship Orders lhal ail rnollon picture films showing Ihe R-34 be censored by navy officials stationed here, before Ihey tb-be exhibited.anywhere, were received here from Secretary of the Navy Daniels: Hi Is understood thai censorship was decided upon In response lo -a request" 'from British olflclals. v While no reason wss knnwn here for Secretary Daniels' action, 11 was assumed, lhat -Jirilish officials sus For. more thaii 40 miles lislward from Marie forest Sres arc towns and' vllagcs temoval of .Post Office Build I ing hom4 of federal Courts. Mowat was kill- ed whenvilie Irack buckled'ilnder the 1 M. n.-'ensine .at Trenton. r There for cattle' under one roof at the new In- duBjrial Exhibition, Calgary. r lhat 55 per cent of the raging nnd many arc A 24-pounrt snlraon was caught by Mr.' Zerihlrin Quebec nnd hooked among Us a inedul Inscribed A-9S2: Summer cottagers Itavfl com- -ticlled to wpve their coUjgei fnrtlier inland nl Brlean, as Lake Erie ll three feel normal. Geo B iloil, London, has ueen elect- ed president of the 'Canadian Assoc- iation ol Slallociry Eriflnefliy. BSSUlQlill i LUUL uii gestwl-.censorship on mlllury. groon ________ and Slannlbn a .new Brlscoe. ORION July, town did not Break Out on Elbow River, Val- Sheep Creek Fire Going A'gaiR i- METROPOLITAN LIIFE ThtE LARGEST, LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN -THE DI.STRICT OFFICER MR. MAN: jnlliue io pay your'fttary to'your V Will your employer conlh If not wtfy. not have your wife's namo placed on roll pi the. METROPOLITAN LIFE so that event of-four ttte Home can be .kept going ae Msual 7 This can.be arranged by depositing with us annuallya small sum of money according In the amount of salary dealred. See any Live Wires, viz.: T. G.' Qurr, P. A. Fliher, J. Wm! Humdall, Joe Miller, and be' -J-'- In hnving'your family protection fixed up in Ihl3 celeb 28, isfs, as the" Signing'Of the rmialice oa the former ind'.that f peace on the latter. From tills Sunday school Ihcrc.part- d Mrs. Dyer anil familr'r who have leen workers for some lime "and are ber went.lo Manyberrles In the U.-F. A. picnic 'The services at Ihe Orion cnurcn were' Dominion Day' services. In the afternoon the order of service was "Comrade." All this was given by Iho Sunday School scholars and CALGARY, July Forest tiro peril Is getting close to Calgary with Ihe -outbreak of a fierce fire up Uis Elbow niver, Sunday, -Jfhlcji has SWUPV lium xlic 0- L the Dominion forest reserve right up i- to the eastern edge, of IbcSarcee Ind- now moving to, Saskatchewan, Tvhyo. i a make y friends. In tho evening at 8 o'clock ns. service Included special patrlollc Ian reservallon. A big force of men from the Dom- inion forestry offices fighting the fire "on Iho western nnd'southern sl.dea to protect tho federal reseryo while William Gordon, Indian ngent at Sar- cce reserve, organizes a force' tp guard the cast boundary Indian resrre. was W In. iiun ilium.., muMC anu a aermun uj n. i hey will be a Wood, Al'the close of the service j gale on Sunday. 11. n. JMUPtlllUI IKIi, UL hrlOge -Jlac- leod.' A The relumed boyine homes In this district, "and during Ihe pajt week several land were made by the district' tney make tbelr I "MH" eansed an home. ..i _ for giving a welcome to who enually bad Ion In Iho case.o H. A. McKltterick, of the I-elh-' come backVrrom OTeVEeas, also Ihe Sheep Creek, broke on committee ol relumed men lo ar- again on Ihe norlh side ranee lor a memorial. I6r-those whoJ had nol crossed-t.no nver again ac range >i im.inuntn. .ihn latpal rpTiorla recelVCl io sprea trlcl and 'some of Ihem llad a bar time saving' their places though non a commiuee 01 ?ange lor a memorial.. I6r those lave fallen in battle.' I cording tp lljo latest reports r Mr. Wliiria Eggleslon 13 Mr. Finlaysnn. The lire also a holiday here after a short term al east 'Saskatoon are this year. The Indiana, say this 13 a sign of a hard winter to [pllow. They also predicted a very wet season that A weU-knowr. citizen who figured In has nol come, the recent prosecutions of motor-car SAlta drivers remarked "There Is now a police force which knows nol Jos- eph." Chief Hardy should take this as a compliment Aecoidlng.to ihe Toronto Telegram (lie fild ConserTatlve parly U "dead. jt jfescrlhea funeral: [H to Ihe rrobibillon BUI, It Is dlfl- ,.AB [M C3wm thjl lho jcgil io see why II should have placed iUell In opposition Jo Ihe allering of ih'frv age'of consent In the criminal Ss'agreed lo by the House of Com- mbna. The raising ot this age is en- llfply In .the Intertill-o! morality. Tlje year> IB.ab Irre- sponsible Bge.' The amendment of thfs that .where, the. man noi -of d'hlclly. to'Dlame for tbi offence, (be Judge might Instruct ihe Jtiry thaT1 a verdict 'to acqu'.l could be found was allowing a loop- ivhlch In Ibe Interests of society lie Ihe Itcgini Collegiate. The erected by the Cill iKdald-'ncrt ie countenanced. Jn Ili7icllqn'in the age IDS' Senate has. placed Itieif oh record "as behig a. ntumbllng 16 may welf ba Unionist .parly officially Inlo lh> world, 11 was the usual tone of the east. There was tne usual loud rah over the part Canada had taken In the war, while the Premier tried to look as If he wns not the only man Then with deep emotion Ifon. U. others told how Ihey we're lo .sacrifice all (that i3 except their portfolios) In order lhat the Unionist party inlsnij live. And on motion andvln standing vole tbe parly waa created, and presnniably thp old Conservative jiarly was burled., monuments lo Sir mujl j have Into LONDON', July steamer Corsican sailed on Friday for-Quebec carrying repatriated Canadians and Imperials from Winchester with Ibulr dependents. The cabin passengers, numbered .248 and tbe third class 52C. Among .tne officers reluming arc Mnjora H.. C. Akroyd anrt J. B, Harding, yahctuiver, and D. f. Mackcsny and IT. T, 'Osljornc', Tor- onto. Mrs. Ilulke, witlow of Ifrlg.-Gen. Ihilko of Vancouver, and family are also aboard the Coralcan, The erected by the il zcns Lumber Company'arc nearly fin and ftrlairily Improve the an- rearancc of the town. Jlr. T. SJ, Chambers, a returned T eran is getting, ftady for laying over post .office, fitting up Ibe olil .drug Tier II. C. and Mrs. Woods hivo had lo make a hasly trip lo Maine, U. S. A. accaunl ot Ihe serious con- dition of one of. their married daugh- me savng were reported lost. The hig wind of today Is still causing the perl to bo as Bveat as ever. Another I) force ot men wtis-'flcnt lo the Ohos river yeslefday. The foreat Innpecto estimates more, than k" tera. A returned soldier, believed lo to 6. nilao'e, No. laid his nock across the rail In front of a train nt Mileage 58, of Chaplenu, and was ins'lanlly killed, .bplds-the nslilntlon w popular leglslalKjiST Jt has ar- "iq'ltscir a power .whfch up' l8w thai It li illoV falls 'lo. nrliig Haelf pouumuu niui-ii ittiis w. miiis Magara fruit .niutrict TGJI lin'e wflh mbdeni though 1. Wllb jweet cherry-crop a failure lorned a phnde darker nn Conservlillvc parly was lowered Us grave .by" Ihe hands ol-a hunch of tlrll politicians, who acleil pall- bearers.'1 Niagara fruit .dlulrlcl rcj.orl tlie Can only sMurcdjiy and Comfortable1' Feet.' OF THE FEET IQO icjirc'djiy hsVing a pair of Properly Fitted Shoes md Comfortable? Fec-L' f .j." A human-body In all respcots the fool, which might ho only will genera) efficiency w'o'can rcllcv'e'your Fool Troubles and al Ihe same lime lit Iho foot proiiwly to.'iihoei (ie Ihey 9hould.be tilted) which will mako you 100% efficient. V _ A3K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL.AOE8' NELSON 3HEhLOCK BLOCX 7tfl STREET STORE' cost of fighting the fires which Is not to the Immense dafiage done to sland- Ing-'. timber and Iho danger and loss Only Tablets parked with the "Bayer -are Genuine Acid "Bayer Canadian Gerinan r Rights Purchased-frorn.. U S, government mearls riiade b'y f-ightccn .years< genuine July' 7 Arralnged In the asalze court lorlay on Ihe charge of murdering Anton Flailcbury ft guard at'Stony Moiinla'n pcnileni fsry on .May 2, lust, ijdl F. Klshburn, a pilsoncr scrying'a .two year sen' lence, pleaded hot guilty. Acordlng to ovldenco ot K. Daniels, hospital overseer, at tbe penitentiary, accused had approached him and ask- ed hlrn for a knife with wlilcli .to trim'n'alli, With Ihe knife In his pbs'seaslon, lha accused In alleged lo have proceeded down lo where 'Fladebiiry was sluing; hesi- tated a momcnli linil.ilien, witli Hie txclaniatloh "I'll go.t 10 fiiwo plunged .Ihe knife Into. Fladclniry'fl neck.sScUrlng the artery, Flsbbnrn described by JJsnlels, a.i a maling- erer who regularly feigned Illness, T world's 'greatest ous of their 'own reputation and care- ful of Hie "health of theif-patients, Tablets' of :Aspirin..'' i v.: 'Aspirin is nflt German but is made in by Canadians, and isrowrierLby'S'Canadian' .Unless'you'see the safety Cross'1'on package and'on Uhlels.you are not Aspirin at 'Loblt .Tlienjl is real Aspirin, ''COri't scccpl Aspirin in'a pill box. Uuy a There is no substitute for genuine "Bayer Tablets Of wliich have bAn-proved safe by millions Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, .Grippe, Proper directions are ii( every "Bayer" .pi'ckijje.