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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 3; 1920 DAU..Y HERAL5 PA OF. TO AUTHOR OF NOTE JU06 is beoa KWd9 to tie Ontario govern- iiprii Vy'the'pulp and papsr company i- Fort Francis and intcmatloail flails. -A-hlch K'.-VC. Backus Is president, -yiluable tUaber jlonc the -JEngllsh ,to Rellly, a ma- AlttV man with a .fino overseas recq'rij laid outithe place and jilch arrival a choice of their canvas hsbltatiob.. One of them" was a wlth.four children. She-received-an order to apartment 'after; falling to defeat- her landlord in': a. lawsuit. The city appropriated for the operation of the camp, and Governor Edwards donated a big tent which, in the centre, serves as a community kitchen. Army food from the muni- cipal sales stations helps further to jkeen doS-n the cost ot living. The new settlement is provided with many MARTIAL LAW IN GREECC conveniences including a sewerage i, PEACE IS SIGNED sytleni, running water, a laundry tent _ equipped with tnbs and stoves for iron- ATHENE Greece June Martial ing shower baths and toilets. in this ammto w.ll be continued The total cost of installlnE s Greece Is at with Tur provements was less than. ?500. ac- e lreat> is unsigned cording to CapUln Reilly, the largest asserted In a speech) single item belne for heavy to n the deputies today Op- posillon parlies, instead ot rejoicing the triumph of their country in the peace conference have taken ad vanljigo of the abolition of martial law In start a, for the return That afternoon cup ot Refreshing, stimulating, apleaiuttl Elided from Ctylon growths from British hill gardes. ,-the supreme tea for British Order todiy. sulatod wire for electric and Japanese element of Mr' dlers and a number of city employees; small Industrica" and the holdlne ot a j. _ ...itlxTi 1 .H hi Arms, Face and link _ _ mw m Itched. Cnfoura Heals. "My beby It Kanoi In imril spread on her mat bcr hlpa wn tore and icd ud t out' fahed tint ihe warttd to Ktacb >11 the time. Bbe'wzl cton end Entfol and could .not (he; Sxj "TU-n I ued wfcen I bad uoed takes of fcir 4m btakd" (Bfened) Mr George Hiafef.R F 5 3, Mills, Me, Kiy Owe Cutlcum Soap, Oimmett Talcum toe caxe of yoor aUxii ZSc, 21 Me. Sold Manitoba AgrichHaral Leader So Declares at Ottawa ConventioA. OTTWA the lael work of the Canadian Society of Tech nical "I vast avennes faf the luttiro generations was (he sincere assurance given to JUIs Dxcellepcj. Ihe Duke of Devonshire m a very comprehensive address at Its banquet In the Chateau An address on the iaslc principles f the society was given Prof. H ot Macdonald College He eclared the extreme necessity for or pnization, cc-operaUon 'and collabor f At ihe luncheon m the afternoon Ron Dr Tolroie minister of agri culture, Eaicl that a greauknowleflge should not be cojifined to Ihe farmer, but should extend to the people of the- lielped to put np tho tenis. which are 18 i 16 feet, and lay the board floor- Ins. The tenla are boardel up three feet Irom the grpunil. Most ot the, in- habitants of TentvlUe have their furniture In the prospect of bet- ter days and are sleeping on cola furn- ished by a local hospital: .The "town" is laid out In etehl streets with one main avenue bisecting them. PERU HAS ASIATIC PROBLEM BUENOS AIRES, Peru, like tie United States and Canada, has Its "Asiatic problem." Advices froii Lima tell of -dlitribntlon ot circulars irs The advices state' tic police "vprjr discreetly efl" .iho protestaoiiU from.hoJdlns- a ._ street -demonstration. _ t There been a large IncrcaEe rt-' poftekl in the Japanese to Peru recently. TORONTO BULL SALE TORONTO, June three head of cattle at an average price ol 13.31, were sow here yesterday at theAber-i Angus sales at tlie TJnlon Tardi 1. D. Mcbrego'r, of head at a substantial; similar'sales were inadB5 tell of 01 circulars pnce.-waije simnar traone the workerii of that city firptest-1 by. ing against "the mondpolltatlon by the price for bulls averaged ?E00. U) Biart a, of King he declared DR CLlNGEhl RENOMINATED "Han June Lib- enls. of this constituency yesterday nominated Di G Clmgen e- umhent j to contest this seat In the forthcoming] elections I Laurler last President Klrack, BrlUsli Col umbU, in introdncinB his eicellency tpote In appreciation of the duke's knowledge of science and agriculture His excellency Uken a prominen piace in education both in Camda and in IKeVold Conntrj. J B Reynolds president of th Manitoba AsnculUiral In hi address on A vision for Canadia -aiWlted a vision whlcli he a uutttu n- He looked forwat-d, he said ft the people orning the land and leasing it to those who tilled No man under this system could hold land he did not til) Speculators were the curse o! the land Dr Reynolds urged im proved drainage; Irrigation, tillage and rotation, and in -the battle tfce elements said agriculture wa.1; Ui? equivalent ot war and President Reynolds neces tilt of for i pol tical purposes in o-der, Uiat ?o> i emments wuld be compelled to sue I attention to the needs of the farmer cntes that there be belter un derstandihgs between the two. He said t. he was impressed by the appaling loss in Canada due to poo- farm ng method? Jt astonisliing that some of the' pioneer provinces of ihe Dominion should bo those wlierc the greatest number ol scrub cattle were found. HERES A TOAD WHO DIDN'T TRAVEL VERY MUCH itf THE 17 YEARS LONDON, years ago so >0unr and toad got himself miied in a hopper cement 'which was used b> some worJ-men in Tjoildlng the Joun datlon for a Btationary engine at the McClarj 'Manufacturing' Company s plant here Toda> whne tearing ont 17 year-old foundation anotherlot of workmen Cfme upon tlie toad cd away, all tight and comfy, m his cement cubby-hole, and, so Ihe story ind Kicking HP re the story becomes tinged with tragedy. A tew hours alter ease the load died. Now Prof. DearnesE, Principal of while he "batrach- ijVT.leniluu iu iiiu v1 was'too mnch'.of fn liid cntll. tf HER'WELL your liver gels and Inactive your whole suffers. Your 'bowels become constipiited, your head aches, your tongne !s-coat- eil, brentli Imd) noat Wore tlie lieartburix, i-, Hie right shoulder, muddy imd brown spotted ualist to subpr eyes, you arc water-brash, pain under shoulder, ;inudd. complexion, Help the liver to resume iti proper function by rc-rnoving tho bile that is circulating in itia Mood anil poisoning the system. Mrs. B. Balnbridgo, SO Amhersl, N.S.. plea pure lu writing you rf tbi) good I re- ceived, by usiiis Milliufn's Liver Pills for licadachcs.', was so'hail I had to go to hcd ind could hot'sit up; A frlciM told mo abjilt wonderful mcilldne, arid'ISfO'viulvhavp. made- ma :ia T'ell as 1 can MiluuritVIjaia-Llver Pills and'takb, ilo: not gripo. weaken or slckon do not leavo effccfs. Price'Soc A dcalets. or mailed direct on receipt of price-by The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto shekels., The' farmer -was the only creatbr ol woa.lUi 'and one -with the creator in providing for the 'universe President Reynold said. r George of the proviricia dcfjartment of agriculture, 'speaXini, of agricultural extousion work in Can adn, pointed to', the heed ot field wort and the advantages 'of ciperimenta farms in getting. Ibnch' with the farmerj. your, nome, we wuui-a -1 -are eager to improve youf baking, select now Sly baking powder, and stidc to it. Baking Powder maintaitis urrfahenngly rts iugh stpnd-, ard of quality, its goodness, ftever lessens, each contains baking powder act like the last tfnvand give -you splendid it. the Ixmdon Normal School admils Uiat stories about ians" living for years walled up in this way are common enough, declares thai they lack authentication, and, there- fore, the prolessor is going (o invef.- tignto. He wanls lo tie sure lhat the toad didn't hop into his hole through an prince In the cement. II the toad is (lead do this, ho will have been parly to a valuable scientific discovery. PAUL DESCHANEL- President of France who miracu escaped death when he tell from a. train Marlln O'Brien, Amfierst, N.S., was struck br a train while- walking the track and died in the Hospital. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL AND PARTY AT REVIEW "PANDERINE" Stops Hair .Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. A few cents buys "Oandsriue.1 After an application of "Danderine" you cnn not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows ni-w vieor. brlchtncsa. more col Abovo photograph shows the GovernorOeneral and party at the fimpir Day cekbratloivond review of School Cadets in Toronto In tlio lower pic Ihe, fSurS (rom left to-right are; ClarM, tho Duchws of Devon rinVi. of novonsh'ire Ucutenant-Oovernor uarKo. an. PrcmleVDruVy Above arc Bercafcrd, ClarXe, and mvl perfect. of htrcom- Permanent and Itmpolary skin troubles are effectively 'conceilt natural color corrects sy skins. Highly sniiscptic, used with beneficial roulu ts a cutailvi aant for !G4 Stotnact-Kiflneys-Heart-UTer Keep the vita! ergons healthy by regularly taking the world's 'standard rcniedy for kidney, liver, Madder and uric acid COLD MEDAL 7ha Kotlc-nal Rtmcdy of Holland for centuries endorsed by Atoll CoH BUY for See Canada's Surtimer Gar T' HE time to-get comfortin On its Spring youride motor car is when you a free shielded.Irom When you thi, you dim a As this car wins fnends by .the CM ihdWrt yoa from suit thousandd, it adds new laurels with its pcrmarent, to Canadian manufacture, protects dust and opens wide to admit dan now. while ?t is possible the balmy breezes, '-promptdelivery. CarcUton Llyle Holland Hetd Office tnd Kicfories: Toronto, Tcwnto, and ;