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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's.Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGSTDAILY HERALD News Where To Find It Wl'DSKSOAY. JVNI-: II outside tlie Mormon iliurth OH Sfv un the ol May las! Kl i ward Mil'er h" I IGr.'it and 111! soil II. son-in-law II. II. Cunuhan m under arrest In Canary, cliaveel will -ile'ri ot the inlcrnJliouu Ilie strike in their or.- generally conceded, lint mlstil in iho Winnipeg llou tbrcalon llie lire or the slata and stability c! our stMiltlonv rer.peitlully urge that ihfc federal government Immediately lake poui-r lo denaturalize all uti- tdesirablo naturalizc-'l aliens, and lo Tjdepult every undesirable, oilier thr.li i I Caimulin uorn. who advo.-ates the [I loi-ertbrov.1 of uoustilutC'J authority in (Canada. And we further plrdje our. it LEI GO FREE F '.'apable of Turnins Out 500 Gal Ions Daily-One Owner Escaped I---------- ThP mystery of ihe souice ol i.ly'ul a large ot uiuoiunliw ttl-iskey whiih Ims been in tbe'rHy or Medlc'iio Hot and In lliu dlstrk'l of was un- rjvelleil by Oinitlble Tomllnbon alone Constables Slade and Cl.-uka. ot proirlnclal police, whc snuwlhliiE Ilk? the cave of the "Forly THieres" In Ihe Araulun Mshls wns localeu 111 the'heart of a hill, litre inc. orlbreo hundred yards sway from the house, occupied "eld situated ou Sec, li. Twp. 10. was ukicovcrtd r. still in lull worilus onler B capacity of lurniliR oil sallons dally of strong corn wbls Kllhorale plaus hid been maae li ciinceallhe subterraucan room whcr ihe. slill was in pla're. The eatrnnc on of ihe hill WHS barred by j A strong door. This vias care- Hilly disguised with a scvtcil of which was spread u dark- .olorcS carpet, which made the en- i ranee look like llie original bank In keeping with Its carlh surface. "Sesame" Hit. police roiflil use that of force In breaking down the door, as a. call for admit unce met with no response. No, sooner hail the iloor been .forced open whEii .thora sprang out s largo Uos- ion hilll which rushed out. Uicr gelling through the duor the po- lice, ca'me on n large paswse. which had betn cicavsted, anil braced limber lo some- 100 feel In length. Koilowins the passage another iloor was reached to Ihe right, wiiich led lo tho sanctum which contained the slill. "Oulsldc, Ihli door was Ihe man named Harvey, who lilerelly caught, nappiug in H dwli condition trough too liberally Icslin; iho brew. Ily his side was a pall of "ho: barley and raisins and a lantern On cntcrlnc, llie due-out, the pollcr came on a slill in lull working orde with i brew ot aboul 300 gallons just about "completed. They seized a tub, and worm, and a copper'lull of fer- mented barley, raisins, etc.. loscther pipes, a 'large gasoline stove and Iwo small'- barrels of" brew :md two Jars two gallonsrseacln containing wlial-.-was presumed to -c corn kcy o! great flrenelh. These, .alone wiih Han-cy. were brought Into JlcsH- 'cine Hat. The man appeared lieforo Magistrate Rae on Saturday nnd was irmandcd on ball of owner ol tho farm, Held Markle. was not to lie found. Harvey was presumubly employed in allcinllng to the still liecplde tjie same lo l the- authorliies order in Matter and mislead- tn In the recent aBray in N'J. a. wlien j police and Hie mln'Ti i-sme m LEIGHTON IRWIN HOME ARBITRATION BOARD PREPARING REPORT The arbitration board over lliu civic dispute was ihis morntnt. tonjlderiog Us award at l private conlercuco held In tbe court house build- Cmiuda. s-i lliat thin country may sur- ilrlkln? (mount Ihe raiin-i c-ollis'lou over tbc xotcs-.i'.iB ol the. part ul passengers 01 iho mine train by ill. _' in Inli Car Stealing 1'robc Now Going On i of ['reached Sermon on SOtli Hirth- and I-'amily Well Known Here ih .1 sermon on hn 9ul.i bii il.tliy a even! In tbu mlnora. bavo anded allowed Should mount llie cm o-ji tm brought abnul tiy the Brral uar wllli they be Parsed with another offence I fortitude In or.tl-r that we -m Imr.o-eil 1-1 addition 'i'Uurn to normal condiloliia ut Uiu i-arlic.n momcnl. -r. P. CAW3KV. "A. It. I'KTKHKIX, i -II. M. McCOWAX. v j -Chairman." 'Ihe coufc-rence closed wiili a smok- ing coii'.cri ai ihe Fort Garry, com- meiic'inE at T.30. SotwithslandiliB will be Imposi-d n addition lo any from the sec.onu ofltncr. hnvo been very il, and the en- thusiasm which prevailc.1 al all nucl- lnss augurs, well lor ilu- coniinucd succttfi of tlio organlzac-oii during the rear to come. The grand council iv'll meet June 4tb and Auto ihievfs Vive Ijeen psrti. u'.l: ly busy In Calgary, a number o! cars bavo been Moleu. A iocii many of these have been recovered, some as lar in One or these was the properly u! I'. 1. Naijmith- Amongst the cars rn-uvewl in Cal- gar; by the police uj owned by a I.ethbridge man. I his tl umieu uj a i.vtuvi .-a- has been identified to be that of U. J. ot Seventeenth Street. Norm T.Vthbridge, which was stolen from Irwin. returiidl to ilie '-ily >f? .ifteniooa. PU Irwin n member of the Uattalion. Sas- __ inj enllFled in the l.'ni-. u [.rmiisr. Ihiilnsbe He Ijsiff Ihc scurs o[ j coiiil.lisncil by the JU-v. Cage, fain- in addition carrin five I er uf IK- C. of ol-s'ol fh'ai.ucl in bis ribs, the rex-'. June S, tin- SOlh anniversary of iia'i'.s of eleven six of whicti were Mr. liirtkilay, lie preached i nul These l.ils of iliMpncl. in his i uiiuul -liirtliilay1' .sermon in location. notibccn noil- to Inmh. Calgiry. I.asl vmr on ifco same day he ocrnpic-J the pulpit for Aa Iminuios witti a address. Mr. l.'r.tgi; is il native ot WciiniurcliiHl. KiiBland, anil was born In 1S29. VYInii he was a small buy rang at tlic funeral service of KiiiK William I ilislodptd hy Hie surstons.- Chevrolet The in out Iroin 1' liOCr at llallhi partly demolish- ed the coaling lowers, causing UBII asf estimated at whldl ll will take niouih; Big'Convcnlion :tt Winnipeg Just Dcrtorl Alien AgiUitors llrsluji. inanllier ol (lie l.ctli- brlilfe Mercantile Fruit Company. lias1 been elected Grand Conductor ol lie United Coinmi-rci.il Travellers n( ikalchewan, Mniilloljil r.nJ j Iho'convention held at a'st week-end. This convention was I attended by Sir', llctloii nionj; Mr. Clcnlls of the cits" as ealCF. Ollier officers eleclcd were: counselor. G. S. Davidson, Kdmon. ton: Junior grandv counsellor. (Jeorjo It llsrmond, Saskatoon; tarr II. McKlbbon, lleglna; treasurer. U. It. O'Seill. Calory; craml W. Mulr, Moose .law: rrsi-.d ecnllncl. 11. A. Styles. Edmon- ton. The new eraiid oicculivo rum- millte is as follows: .1. K. Mclloule. I1- Oshorne. SsBtatooir. W V Clark.'Jlcdiclnc Hat: W. C. Swan'ston. llcelna. .Delegates .-ipimiut-1 cd to the supreme council, which meet ill Colnmbiis, Ohio are: 0. b. Uavidsonl S. S. Savage, II. A. Knight and II. fha grand coiindil of section ot.lhe llnitM the Commercial i Twoilers1 Association passed. Ihe! following resolution-. -That this erand council represent-; Ing. tu'e commercial travelling men o( Ihc three weslcrn provinces of loha Saskatchewan and Alterla aro fully imtiressed with the Importance and significance of Ihe labor Iroublca developed In western Cana- particulnrly In JU' the handicap caused by Hie strike, il employed in allciumE to tnc aim iim In western Cana- kecplrfg tbc same Mtif_ particularly In the The slill has been turning out con- j' o[ and realize ihat.lhe liquor :for the last four or developed, until it live months with Its capacity of 500 matter of Dominion-wide con- >in.q COU1- nil.. nf nsln? callous, the ing Into the 'Hat and supplying the whole of'the' Ores Venire district. Tlic police have been busy for Iho last 12 weeks In gathering informa- tion and made lliclr coup while out with search warrants for locating llio authors of stolen properly in the Elk- wctrr. Plume nnd Gros Vctilro districts. AaoLber of the nnme nf IIj-nsburR. was located three miles soutli of Colcmiui with R slill in lull opcrnllon. lie was brought Into Lelh- bridge niter conviction and lodged in ihc provincial Jail to secvc a scn- Icnce lot one year through inability io pay the fine o( }50t) Imposed a: an alternative. ccrn. The principle of workers Catarrh I Of The Stomach Is Dangerous "Thousands Have It and Don't Know Says Physician. Frequently Mistaken (or III- How to Recog- _.. nlzt and Treat. Details at Your Dealers This special combination offer is maae to users of Palmolive Soap to introduce our new Lavender Bath, a most agreeable floating bath soap. It is a high-grade white floating soap, made espe- cialy for bath use. It has a full luxurious lather his a delightful, clean, refreshing perfume-the real odor of garden lavender. To introduce you to this luxury bath soap, we are aoing to present a cake to every one who ouys two cakes of Palmolive at the regular price. This is your opportunity to get three cakes ol the fin- est soaps for the price of two and to make the acquaint- ance of another high-grade soap you will enjoy using. Any one of the dealers named below will give you full particulars in regard to this special offer.. Only- don't wait too long. Every user of Palmolive will seize this opportunity to get two cakes of their favorite the new Lavender Bath as an added inducement. Bette, be sure to get yours before the supply runs out. This Offer Can Be Secured at the Following Dealers' Night Servi! McLaughlin Garage liet- shed, 11th Street Vor the ronventfiuco 'and UT' ecrvtcn for our diatom arp jircpnrod lo Lflltc on ISllonal al iilghls. Can And nl or' slinonized al rrnson- inlti (work dpito by Old Country en Fringe Truck j oileil 'nnrl [-cased, Cars (jrfa-ieil and oilcO. Tiro file. Emergency rails ijrumplly al' (eiitlcil (o., Cars atorcil in our arc won loohod atler, LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Birnsloy Steve Lawton Manager Night Fcreman WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS "Thousands of people suffer more; or less constantly from lurred, coated! tongue, liad breath, coiir stomach, frequent vomiting, rural) ling In stomach, bitter eructations. i: gas wind anil' Klonmdi HCldlly "nil l! cell' it inillgesllon when In rcnllly Ihclr trouble Is duo to gastric caltirrh of tho writes NcvVorl: phynlclan. Catarrh of Iho stomach is danger j ous because llie mucous membranf i lining of the stomach is and a coating of phlegm covers surface so thai, the rtigCBllve flnlils! cannot mix with the food nml nicest them. This- condition soon hrecili'. deadly disease tn-tho fcfmentcd, un- food. The hleod te pol- lii'ed anil carries ihe Infection throughout Iho fiody. Oaalrlc ulcers aro npt In form anil frequently nn ulcor Is the first' sign of a- deadly cancsr. In catarrh of lllB slomnfli a coou anJ safe Irealment is to take before meals R leaspoojiruTof purb i Magnesia fn linlf a glass of hot wafer I as hoi ast you can comfortably ilrlnk i I II. The hot water washes Iho nuir.ona I from Mm Rlomacti walls HTII! draw? I tho hlood lo Iho .iloniocli while the] blsurntcd magnesia Is nil cxccllcnl solvent for inticoits nnd Increases th-: efficiency of iho hoi water treatment Moreover the Uisurated. Magncr.U servo as a'powerful nut harm less antacirl which will neutralize Any cxccs.i hydrochlo'rlc acid lhat may b.1 In your atoiiiH-i'ii n'.rj. eVnoljn llfl fon.1 contents. Knsy, naltirnl digestion distress of any kind should mon follow. Ulsurnteil Magnesln nol a laxative, la .pleasant and easy to like and cnn Lo obtained from any local drugcisl. Don't con luic Jlaglieplf. wllli oliici forms of iniisncsla, milks, cltrntei etc., 1ml get II In the puro blsurato' form prepared for this Good Company Hediey, Frank Drug Co. Higinbothanyl D. Co. Hudson's Bay Co. Kenny Allin Co. Ltd. Co. McKillop Co. People's Drug Store Quong Sam Red Cross Drug Store Siipina Son Lethbridge Teeple, ;