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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN I'HK UCTHHHUXiE DAlbt HERALD THUBSDAT. JUNE 5, IMfl lOWtlEAIFIMYEi 'XVASHIXOTOX Jane 1Yba1 mar I'AlilS. Jur.t tnrn'ou- to tne Srsi due Ifadins 10 i -All ike important javemmems of Senllflcwion of the la lo- ihe world, with of that widespread tomb outrages, obtained in this city and Boston, Where the police discovered circulars end handbills -The AnirrtU- tic Fishlers." The handbills found near the scene ol the explosion bore 'is titlo "Plain Words'1 and read as folkjivs: "The powers that be made no secret fl their will to slop here in America (he norld-icide spread of revolution. The powers thai must be reckon thai (hey Till to accept the fishi tier tiva provoied.. Tha lima has corns ithen the S Question's solution can be delayed no longer. Clasi war' Is out and cannot cease but with a complete rlctory for tie International proletariat. cheUenie Is old cae. Oil 'democratic' lords at He autocratto rt- jmblic. bean drexmlni c[ freedom. ire lure of llbartj-. hiTo aspired to a belior irotU. and Jailed ui, dabbed. ui. you dsport ytiu murtier us vheneyer you couifl, Do nol Mpecl ui to ill down and cry. accept fend mean lo ftliek-lo our war duties. of Arsettius, batinj guaranteed prices of lo farmers, and all the European governments bavins suu- eiiliied the supply, It is considered probable here thai commerce In wheat remain ia government hands next year and that there will ba little pri- vate trailing. The American members of the saprtraie'eccinomlc council, how- ever, believe there it no necessity of continuing caulraUied. control of the In Europe. The question of food cocirol afler peace nas beu slined has beeu dis- cussed by'the economic council, Her- bert C. Hoover and the other American members opposing control taltas the view, Ibal is there "111 be no fooJ shortage after the neit harvest, food it LOTT exists-Is .unceces- Mr. Hoover contend! that nor- II owardly, bMUUK vs la nldlnf, o not It ll Tar, MatnUi hid refused to' ac cepl It: Oar committee arata Trent to Ihe four colonies and them it m tb'air intention ftit (hould ilaTO tblt bond and InUresi. thaT- cfiM It ctrUfafr irss-not, and would ice MMralh got tolh, and m'a Iflter, dated April .ITth, slating- thete tzzit. Pillln f Land Co. irent war. are not uli torn tbs Inow than yon dresm of, bnl are all I Utlermicia to flfht to ihe lart, Ull'nat _ __ _ remains imprlioned In yanr 1 KullIeJ, tUt not hostaja cf the wort Ing clasa Is left to tha torture) ot jour japers to prottcl the boiii thej- re- IjMd, but said ther would par all tn- srest that -vould acme on this bond In years Thli -was sal- to our committee, -and -early hare milted iliroush regu'ar c-liairaols. to n THarch the Slennoalles Jlr. a chexius .for 52700; to pay Masrath Red Gross 11722.20, Ray- monii (o get 5574.05. Magrali rave lili smoDnt because ths district chairman In allotting the ter- ritory slid he fcoiigfaL tha Milford jloaj "was In the-Raymond district ad bad told Raymond 50. ;TVto are then magnanimous eoula In Raymond? The V. U C. el Magrath tare Tron- dered -what tht fame ot tha Raymond V. and -Mr. PilMng has been, for during the three or four months -winch bald thla money they have been trying to get the MenncmlUi to consent to let the Raymond commit lea hare it Bnt tere's credit to the !Men- nonllea; they bars dona what they agreed-to do In llii regard. Mr. PIHinj had giyen a letter of agreement to them that he -would do tbe facts heroin related, and of" there no >-ay oat irlUiout their consent. M'e alio to explain, m tlce io 'these to-called m Imp re sen ted and ml lander Blood, peoplft, That SKILLED LAWYER IS NO'- MATCH FOR THE FOIBLES OF' DAME FASHION IcleJ me, and kicked willed Gold The listen did uol deem oral evi- dence nccemry for their dtfenie. y were modlslily Btllred and imll. nj. They verelj' rose, shuffled for- ward a pacci, >nd Jrunle, point- ing to the hobbled antles of Minnie and herielt, exclaimed: "We kick tittu? Megistruta Douns took a deliber- ate surrey of tbo tight sSlrti. and shook hit heiJ. Court he obserred. Tf avers Jer- ome, former District Attorney ot New York, 'pas bested in the Tombs-Court to-day by hobble skirls. Joromo represented Joseph Goldmuntz, Jew- tiler, ST Nassau" street, who .charged Jcanlo and Minnie Berger, sUters, 63 West llffih street, with assault. In e quirrel over some gems, an account- ici for Trhich-WH3 demanded by the 'defendants, .ivitnesses malalalned that th-j' vouns women called tha Jeweller who Is admlolstrator of their eataie a thief and a smuggler. nd repeatedly kicked Mm. "They of J-OUT TfOumiU papw. At the iiiae time wo desire u asi 701 to tend -us til 9 conrtHj of jutti paper tq.mate Vaowu to iie pnfello exact circumstances ff- cootrfbution ftcd answer a -few "'of the mli-stale- m'enLs conLalntd la tba two Ictten fa tbft Hvrmld front JUj- the terrltorr iru at meu by thit the mood. tfie of tht list October, all four MennoDlU jtfs soath of Migrutb, ouaaly, ford, Rockfort, Old Hm Mil- aad New Elm Spxiaff.Vere glTen to the Ma- frath comtnitlee and marked on a Jnap, outlining by iis dls- Inct chairman. Tbla fact cannot fea Ibe mornJcrj of Hwo tie a commlttn pointed to Tltil all Tour colonies and explain fa them Vast they Trera tec tea to do. Erery courtesy 'iras the iMeaaoiitei, and the com- felt tbefr risit waj a four promised to hold meetinga to discus i mattu and [Jet the (lapfltaUon fcnow they do. They uaaa.moaj In .declarine that thai nol lake as it against their re- ligions scruple a. Tie commit tw ac- teommodaled tfcsm in tbli by them a c( a telegram ;frbin Sir Thomas agrwlnf to illor them, to (he lisa cirQney should be pot to. vTher dedded to five JioOO for KlurllablB purpcEca, acfl said they Jroali bring the EHHB to tba V. L. C. At Migrate, In the meaatima Ifr, R. iW. PilllDff, trt tha Pllllnc Land Co., Influenced them afvtast ttle propoal- tkm and appeared before V. U 0. not and apparently irlli not scribe to a stogie Urine In the war! Thie itatecml Is cor- rect Ui to far u Magrath and the Red Croii Society Is coa earned until arrlra.1 of tho Bob- Bcrlptlon (n thJa letter. In summing up lei m here state ire KelTed the MennomU money and did not acinowledga flaymond'a offer ot 30 dayi. And also It hia to ibc MenoonltM agreed io do In. the flnt place, wlLh this exception; Apparently the Pilling Land Co.'re r.Blves JI03.75 Tor Ihe trouble they the llagralb committee and the itecnonHes, Did ire hear aoiaeone Trtilsper patriotinn. Tha remarlted to na: "We BTQ sorrj- we ever tot miied up llhe Lhla but -we Trill know belter neit tlm and deal directly -with the local com We Trill alao read the sign posted In the Pot Hole coulee between Magrath and Lethe ridge a little more carefully tn Ibe future. Tho record made by the Victory Loan needa n coloring to touch It up; U vlK stan npon own merits and ever ba as a to the splendid and eft cleat -Fork the caoTasaera and coin mlltee and the p.itrtotlc iplrit of. th people. EMagralh nserl nellhe strategy nor decoy to delude any man and only legitimate mtana -were em- ployed. Htr record Is an opetf ben 'or Inspection, and had not -Mr. Ing acd the Raymond committee ore: stepped their boaods and mixed irlt Lhal Volcb did not concern them eTerythlng would hare gone oH __ tha elected represenla ttre Jo this mailer. At msellag held feik appllcaUoii was made out for a bond In the name ot the Ma- fcfaUi Hfcd Croas Society In trusl -for trie MctinonltoB, all JDlercat to piJd lo the Mtgrath Red Croat, die principal to be retuvned to the at the expiration of five years; EBId toed to ba vlactd In the Bank of1 Montreal .at Magratri. The MeBnonltes refnac-d lo all or Ihelr name (o placed on e. bond. This Tag accepted by our oommlllee and to Lhe central head office at Calgary, with' a cheque for 01 first payment eMached. This appJI- ca'tton -was then forwarded lo Lelh- bridge and. the cheque was not ac- cepted by tho tank. U was then ra- turned'to iMagrath irlth a raw appli- cation made out In tbe rill- Ing Land Co. for the same amount. Now this wis what the commlllea at objected lo. They fell like Iho Pilling Co. could neier [inanco eu'ch a bond, and the MannooUes bad reused to have anything lo do with cair.e. In iuch a case, where would the Red Cross get Itsdnleresl? CJr- cu'rnslances hayo a risen lust as Ih felt they would. As Ihe paymenla .catno due they weal to the Mennonltcs and wanted them to papers lo carry the -JIO.OOQ hond. tber refused lo do. find said we r.ouH JQ'SL as TV-fell ha.e taken.Uie bond our-, ietTes- In answer to. naymonri'n let, 'iyo waot to aay never In :Slr. rilling got al our. cora- rnjUuc and- turned 'Iho Irond over to (h'e V. L. C. signed-by one canTflBsers Jusl aa Iho commit' out a hitch. Toura yery. truly, Emetl Bennlon, chalrmin. TJnUed Slates War department, da the latter half of the last fcought pieces fo shipment DTfirBeBS, Six eong, ranging from 9 to 2 acted 33 pallbearera the fa eral oC 'Mrs. Clara Foster, lAJdeD, MIc Do You Read any of these Magazines A Year Journal ....92.00 Saturday Evening Poit... 2.U Country Gentleman 1.73 Pictorial Review......... 2.00, Miclein'c...............- 2.00 'TLey reading for any home- If yen care to have" LLarn or It your subscription Is eiplr- iDE your renewal will ha tiiro- fully looked after by Mrs. J. E. late of Lellibrliigc, who IB representing nil of tha above. Toronto Wonderful Hair In Great Abundance We Are Prepared ToSu Your Wants Trie things most prominent in our displays arc new things. The new and ex- clusive, the tasteful and refined have been assembled by us with scrupulous cave. In offering-our usual week end specials we again illustrate the matchless economies which this slore, through alert, wide-awake buying provides for its customers. is a. rare gift: of Nature. 'But beau- tiful hair, full of life, snap and vigor, is a result, that is within the reach of almost everyone. offers the ;one actually prpveii opportunity, fos noticeable 'results in hair cultiire. Anyone with dull, brittle or lusterless; hair, can prove this at. small cos t, j th e use oij Newbro's Heqiiade in secret and see; how soon yourfriertds will note the improvement. About Influenza This disease usually plays havoc with the hair. The inflammation in the hair follicles is usually EC] (-limiting, but occasionally it persists, causing alarming hair loss. There is no hottlcd magic for this condition, but the intelligent use of Herpinde with pa- tience, will greatly mini- mize the harm. We have very- encouraging reports. Hcrpicidc I should be in every home It is the most dependable hair saver anil the most ex- quisite and' dainty hair Does not slain or dye the hair. iln itamll ir cttn fa Guaranteed by The Ilerpicide Co., SOLD BV ALL CRUO AND DEPT. STORES. APPLICATIONS AT BARBE 3HOP8. J. O. HIGINBOTHAM CO., SPECIAL McCIary5 Sunshine it IliouH bsdmc. Thty have levtrty yean of tipaicnce to said: and their sen-ices cost you sell this furnace it is XA a Euaranttcd heating ayg- tsm, When installation is planned by our engineers, Adopt their plan and Mured deliver exactly you of a comforiibTy heated home; durable economical pknt. tell you more about Ihii exactly what you want- Comfort in your If you arc going to install a furnace, lit engineers jrou how propositioit. ilxwl Ihs LITTLE DRAFT' .5-' MAN thai I'lfTii wi Iht iiiid rrialltei Iben) Soldty Dixon Sheet Metal Middy Waists A liuxe aosortnient of mid- dy in plain and fancy stylee. An I de-El choice of ptaJn colore or trlcn- irLth various colora. 'Oic ara different and every one an appealing style (tnt priced to please all. to Wash Skirts This IB the finest line of vrasb sVirts -re eror The styles aro ritfU and ererv garment la well made so that U Is sure to fli and Tveir. Novelty pockols and trimmed with fancy stitching and buttons. Novelty Silks The latest Ideas of damo fashion In fanes' novelty in ilgured foulards, fancy atrlpei, checks and plaSda tor sklrtfl and GrcREes. LithJ: colored for tub waist a and to yard Wask Dresses have received a tciT more wash dresses [q new styles this week. Dainty fig- ured volJes, fancy pJaJd hams aad plain colored beach cloth iuf Vear. The styles ara all good fnd cTery one a naTf style. 95.50 to Poplin Skirts Colored poplin akirlt Tor those Tvho preler a UgliL weiglit eblrt for summer la dtrker M lilack, HBTJ, green, Band, burcondy and grey. Made In bis choice of fltjlet that prore atltrmctUA In and appsirance. to ChUdren'. Dresses your of for Uie kidtUea DOTT while tio anorLmen! la good, Plain rwhlto dreaBCi. ham rompera and aprons In hlc ofllection ot Blyles from 1 to 14 yeir sites. 7Sc to each SUIT SALE Value Up to oo Regular Value -Up to 5Q Value OO Value 50 Week-End Specials ________f_____'. White Flannelette 300 rards ot fine bleached Fhlle nannelelta qual- This Is Tfllue Hal-Is liard to beat at the Tegular price. K Inches wide. Kegular 30c.- Oil- Week Bad Special......fcVC ife Watttt 90 only fine white voile, made in usorted Tlieao Wfclflta bave advtDcftd a dear In price since we purchas- ed. Reiular (9.00 lo (6.25 val- ues. fiid CoTerafl Br.lra Urge ,lze, for anyone. Made with bell and pocket, fajlen at hsck. Good quality of percale In assorted patterns. Regular value rA )1.73. VfKk Knd Special l.JV 2M pair ol'ladlck' Hlht weight summer, In Eooil medium good of (lies. Good- fitting, well ular Week End Special M-lncti Pillow Cotton This 19 Uie aairte old Talue of and It li surely real bargain Tor It's worlh lojsl 60c Week End Jft- Special, yard.......... 4UC 63-Inch TiiTs la I'ptore' bleached cot-.. ion eheeting, made Ivr slnele-beds, eolj', etc. la''won-" dcrful valuo and contains no lllllnc or dreiBlDg. It ii ael'l at 76c PA yard. Week End Bpoclal .OUC 1 90-inch Sheetinf Beat quilitr ot- pure .bought at ft aactiflca many months stto eient Jnat Free from dnn- teg, Mniltr JUS Tftluc. Week Eni Spcclil, yard OJC 'Summer Vwti An odd lot, the last of clearing lines In ladies' cotton summer Teals. Theid come In short sleeve olhera no sleeve. Valuei up io Ejii.' WeeK fiid Special, 35c, or l.WU THE VALUE STORE RYLANDS AND COMPANY SALE OE OUTER GARMENTS ;