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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PAGE NINE ed very suddenly titter a severe at- ck ot double pneumonia. The movie film entitled "Blind Hus: which was shown at Ilex beatre Friday and Saturday ot this eek had a very exciting time getting o Claresholm. Alter miss Ins connec- OM at Vancouver, B. C.. U arrjvsa a Calgary too late to be shipped to Claresholm on the. night train on Thursday. Tho TTiif.irtii Film Co. t would not be beat and the nly way lo jet" the Him was by Ihe eJr route. Captain- Fred McCall, Movie Film Billed Belayed Comes Fjrorri Calgary By i Air Route. Our Onfn Correspondent) June b, Mc- a flying visit to Leth bridge on Wednesday of this Mack expects; to "make another flyta visit In 4 rtiorVffine uut B0t bridge, Mr. apd. Jas McKlnney, o. arrived home from-a shor visit to England Mr and Mrs -David Young hive th of the community the loss ot their little daughter, w Jiolm a stopping place for at least one .ay on their way lo Banff where they will spend most ot ihe summer. who is well'known here was iv the.conipany to deliver the film Claresholm so that the Rex patrons would not be disappointed.' The cap- tain arrived here at 6.SO and lelt for Calgary at 7.00 p.m. This establishes a new era In the delivery ol films. Several cars ot Claresholm people visaed ou Friday 'evening tto attend the circus there. They however, disappointed, as the show had to be ca'ncelled for the night show on account of high irinds. Several Masons from Calgary at- tended the gathering at Calgary this week lo attend the session held there. In all there' were, 13 Masons who took the final ite? towards the shrine, i The Mounted Police ol Maclepd, about 100 strong, will make Clares- REINS OF I.1FER Fernie Headmaster's Death Will Be Cleared Sawmill Opens Operations. Happiy When I McClaryi5 Make good stoves and Cooking utensils. 3 ST., Hcu, P. Q. yea, I auBerad with RUx- WAJuit, bttwrfcieed to jUy in bed for fiw. I tried all loads qt Applications Made By U. F. A. and Livestock Men to the Railway Commission. (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, June body of John Telfer was brought to town last ight by Coroner G. Thomson, ao ompanied by Fred Perry, Mr. lie- .aren. son-in-law ot Mr. and everal others, Including Chief Coa- table Splller, of tho provincial force. A Jury composed ot Harry Douglas, oreman, and B. K. Stewart, G. G. iendersoa, Samuel Graham, D. Mev Vanne! and D. G. Harvle was sworn In today and after viewing the body adjourned to Friday, evening to hear evidence iu the case. Drs. Asselstine and Garner are per- forming a postmortem examination ihis afternoon. Though' much swollen and discol- ored, tho body has been identified by the teelh, and by the woollen socks and boots, which was about all of the clothing remaining on the body. The teamsters who went out on strike yesterday are-back at work today, pending a meeting- arranged with the qsvnars, which is set for Thursday night. It is thought that little difficulty will be encountered In arriving at a mutually beneficial set- tlement of tho differences that seem- ed to have arisen. J. H. Tabor, of Medicine Hat, the "candy kid" of-that line ot manutac lured sweetness, was in town today looking as though his business was In a healthy condition. Mr. L. L. Morgan, of the Chapln Co. Calgary, la in the city representing I would Berer be iMe to waft again. pM iff lying to bed, I not '.he great fruit TKatWKiff of Tarofcrance. CALGA'RY, Juna the Ing session of'the Board of Railway Commissioners held hero on Tuesdaj morniug, an application wss Lean froin Clarence Cunningham, for an order reducing the rates charged by the Canadian Pacific Railway for haulage of crude pro from Sandon, D. C., tp the Alamo concentrator, from 70 cents per net ton to 35 cents per not ton, also directing reparation accordingly from the commencement of shipping in June, 1919. Mr. Cunningham referred to the rates now In use as extortionate and practically prohibitive. He argued that they were not consistent with rates charged for similar services in other districts, and -gave .several In- stances to support the 'statement. police court this morning when ifl Counsel for railway company was was supposed tb'at the llQUor seliure heard bat ao decision arrived at. case which waS .adjourned Saturday An application was made by the to ton-thlrty this .morning were dis- United Farmers ot Alberta, represent appointed when P..C. Lawe, on behalt by Secretary Hlgipbotham, tor the of the defendant asked for another installation of telephones, m various dioumment until tomorrow morning stations on the Canadian Pacific rait t the same hour. Magistrate Whim- way and Canadian National railways ter granted tha adjournment as It and tho application was endorsed which ntvet rallj in its cheerful invitation, to brcatfut, comes more frequently, more invitingly, when it's SEAL BRAND COFFEE that is used. The fainota Brand flavcir, fragrance ind delicacy are sealed right into the Tin. In J', 1 fcfci 1-2, drj. NeirK in i. Wbois. frcvwj, ial Tin o. At dul to I decided to try it. jmt ttfrti and I took tbe tablets' rejularly until every trace of the RheoiMtisin left LORENZO LEBTJC. 50e. a box, t for trial site 25e. At all dealeu W- lent postpaid hy limited, Ottawa. iates'-D.-'O.'-Harvey, Ed. Marcham nd Ward "along with Mrs. R. Duthie, Mis. Thomas Beck, Mrs. new fresh 'Tie dunlKT the garment, the more dejigbtecl you will be with jibe', refreshing, renewing qualities of (he LUX batt- For VTMiuog tee puteJr tinteq Gcorjettc, Crepe or Silk blouie, ikcMtmt stocfcings, etc, me foamy, clearwrng free There'll nothing like LXJX. No it. punly.of tHeK satiny waien of the efvence o{ soap .can harm nothjrTg tKat pure water may tquch LUX n sold at all gxocett departmental stores, etc. A MlU "TU Cm h tl-lfy W 'frit rajuol. LEVER 'BROTHERS UMITEO TORONTO 85 LUX the Maxwell trucks and the Chalmers motor car line. The Elk'Valley Lumber i company started the big mill in West Ferni this morning and the company, eipec to be kept busy for.the remainder o the season cutting lumber tor th prairie and eastern markets. The mill has a capacity of 100.00 feet per day and with their new log ging railroad to the Cedar Vallc limits and the up-river territory I draw from, the mill will ba kept capacity production. (Special to The Herald) KBRNIE, Jung who pected to be entertained in the city nf 1 elation, on the grounds LS Stations mentioned in the appl 1 ".tlon by fnp U. were: Alder Swalwell, Picardvill' Kitscoty, Czar, (The-0Ser'at'Ne1Son last evening. Canadian Pacifio rai They report _a. most Buccessful con-, that (he fullest 8lati5tic In attendance I which tho application was base should be to tho companle ami the matter was laid over. vention, the largest hat has assembled Jor several years, and a most agreeable time socially. Two special- trains were required to carry tne delegates from tho coast. TLe Masonic convention will ha held c p. next week at the same place. rerluc rlrc WRITE it, CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. Rev. Joseph Philp of Baynes again! occupied the pulpit. in the United Church Sunday, morning and evening.) Rev. Philp has created a .moat favor- able impression 'as a minister here DODD'S KJDNEY PILLS Tendered His Resignation (Special to the Herald) FERNIE June 16. Chief and it Is.hopeoY that he can serve McNicholas has tendered his the congregation- frequently until a resignation1 owing, to friction between permanent piitbr can be secured to ,llmscl( Henderson re- take the place of Rer. Captain Batiold, I authority over his department, lately reslgcedy and the. matter will be brought up Hov. StrawbVidge spoke in Olivet at noxl r0guiar meeting of the Church yesterday. Christ Church, like I scheduled for a week United is without a regular from next Thursday evening, pastor. Holy 'Family Church had its regular and the Sunday Schools- were .all well attend- BOLSHEVIKI PROMISE ed in the afternoon. The SalvatiorutArmy Band was out the streets in-more than, usual TO EVACUATE PERSIA force, some fifteen or twenty members I LONDCW, June Centra being in the circle which dispensed News says it learns that as a result good music to .theupassingi: crowds. I of direct negotiations between Persia The C.P.K. teteBraphVcompanv have and George Tchitchcriri, Russian sp sent out the following notice to Oper- foreign minister, the latter bos ator the commercial announced the readiness of th.e Bpl- Do not another day with Itching, Bletd- PILES Di. Ctise1! Ointment irill relieve you it ran iffordiluUns'teii'e't''. or i- Co., Umlltd, Toronto. Sample Box IE you mention thli endow 2c. jump to PIT ing riles No surgical oper- atlon required, office' here. The rate on commercial matter will-he aar. follows- after 24 o'clock today: Fernie to Nova Scotia, New Bruns' wick, Quebec and Ontario, the rate for ten words is f and extra words over ten, 8 cents each. Manitoba, 85o and 6c. Saskatchewan, east ot Moose Jaw, 75c and Be. Saskatoon, Swift Current and." west, 60o and 4c. Calgary and Southern Alberta, 45c 3cV North of Caigary to Edmon- ton district, 60e arid 4c. B.C. section, 19o (Crow's Nest to Kootenay land- 30c and Sc. B.C. Kootenay band- ing to Princton and.O.P.R. main lino to and 3c. shevikl to evacuate Persia under 'ce'r; tain conditions. Would Join In trade LONDON, June and Japan, it Is learned, have decided to Join in tho negotiations which the Bri- tish government is carrying on with Gregory Krassiu, Bolshevik! minister of trado anil commerce. HAS NO BAIN NOW What Lydia E. Vegetable Compound Did 4 for Mrs. Peasey of London. Only for ladies who end corns srioet arc only for thoie yrho corni. The way is simple, quick and eaty, and JMUie. MillioTii of people employ it. 1 Apply Blue-jay, the liquid or the plan- ter. That touch will stop the ''Then wait a little and the com will .loown and come out Then why anybody cuffer coins? Jutt became know. They and keep them, Or they pad them. Or they use a treatment naish and ineffective. scientific, This world-famed laboratory created it. year, it U keeping entiiely free from corns. v Perhaps half the that (tart ate now ended ty it. i Ask your druggist fot Blue-jay, Learn tonight how much it means to you, Blue 'jay Plaster or Liquid Ender tinned Ckiuia Toronto tf SKrilc Ocnlnii