Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE RIGHT THE FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1919 of Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen Is- sues Statement WINNIPEG. MID.'. June Will be found copy of tto slrlic bal- lot .wblch il is fiated ivas used by train and rsrd men on the railroads in the rldnliy of Winnipeg tor the pur- pose of securing an eipression of the men as lo ibeir desires relative to enjaiins la a sympathetic slriSe: Strike Billot, C. P. R. Lints Well The purpose of this ballot is lo give eipresElon lo our feelings as to wheta- er we should .support Ibe members o! or-aslzed labor arc at present engaged in a general strike to enforce the principle o( collective bargaining The employers who refute, lo rtcog- nlzo this principle are supported by all tho financial interests of tnts country. A of the worker; at this lime will re-act oa the whole movement of organized libor. SigTMtnre Address In connection wilb this the follow- ing statement has been issued: -The commute alleging to rspre- tenl those men say that this ballot was circulated among all the men at Winnipeg in' road' and yard service and tbat S6 per cenl. of .these men voted in favor of -leaving (he service on a sympathetic strike. Members (Signed) per James Murdock, Vice-president. Brotherhood of Hailroad Trainmen. Kfi ._ ONAOlAX SALT CO, LIMITED n-vffll'i-J K of rellol. he pro- iosoj'io supiwri it- Mr- Wrlsut era- liit; ius the m.iikois. U was ver> d'sneMlculng to (ho Ijrnu-r to have to JisiwMi- ol Us lo At "the" conclusion oi ilr. VVrls'.it's uOTso'ivaVl.'nily'for IV olieiltou, VMS abuat to v-t: 'he ijuosilon wsi'ii arrived ia to save ho was op- v-osei to tho bjJs.t anl enliMlr m vvi.h :w 1-wl of he imccJnieiit al'.bimsh n a further I'jsn ho would wlsa to go. NEW FRENCH EMBASSIES Ju'io chamber o! piili-s today adopted a bill trans- lorraing thf r-reurti in i and Unril into pmtissws- riio sure rassed without tleb.lK. June- IJeiiitinslratlons members, of tha Geruiau detefi'loa on Monday eve- accordin; lo tho I'etlt Kirlsten, rpntly baj Its iu tho crowd's Interpretullou'of somo. gesluro i ol u Qcnuan typist or secretary as n' provocative ucl. The cf Eioucs and brlcVa, bicK struck two Germans, occurred s tlib of tlio Ooruiaua passed through Ciie'auay.1' llouqen- court- aad Ualllcy, points; on their way to the railway station t Nolsclo Hlo. "At Ycrsnlllca tho emouslmtlou .was confined to holll- aulsiu and jecrlpg. Freuch uillltan'. were struck; by rlcXs, vvero more seriously Injured (ban were tho German delegates. Count BrocMortf llautzuu took another route to tho railway Blatlou and escaped the demonstration. WANT TO. GET RID OF LOUQHEED QUBUPlf. O'ulvJiine a Veil- attended meellng ol the Great War YoloranB1 AEsocLatEou hero tt resolu- tion was unanimously passed thnt this branch of the ussoclallon to on record as recording thu ncllon of (ha Donlln IOIL ciecutlve, In calling for the roslg- nallop of Sir Jamoa .Lonjheed, and ivould recoiuraoud that all civilian of- tlolala ol Uio depirlmeul ol eoldlori' civil re eslabllshtoeut bo dismissed and Ihelr placel taken (oldlers, a "larl- to be made at tho. Speedwell Hoapllal at Ouelph, Ror. n. O. tho Itevclslolie Methodist church for tho lasl few yean, preachod farewell lasl Sunday, BS Ii leiTlng tor Vancouver. v 0 HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINA TIONS FOR WEEK END- ING JUNE n Q Erglish Language, etc. Grade XK. June, 6th 1919 R feller S3. A. Vair-'feld SI. X. II. Glass J. Blctcll 11. Me Douald 14 A. llarsie 7-'. V. Bennett W Hyssop 71. II. Moore 70. M. Oillles 69. E- Fowler OS. nicr- ;e 75. Literature Grade XII Z. iloan SO, B. Fowler 75, A. Hardi? i 1, J. Bickc-11 IB, M. Moors 70. M. 65, II Glass C5. H. McDonald til. i V. .Hyssop 61'. R. Fetter 61. A. Fair-; ield 61, V. Bennetl 59- Avurngc of I cless 65.9. Arllhmelic Grade XI L. Ingram 9-5. W. Bldpalh ?4, K. K'.p- pen 94, L. Priestly 93, C. PetJiuzi SO, 1 Johnson 7f. V. Holman 74, M. liar- die 14, B. Hamilton II. E Church 6S, D. Smith 65, JI. Delay R- Kiioivl- den 60. H. Church 56, G. Young J. C. J. Crabb 45, 1. Dunsworih 44. MacEachem 44, E. Bullocl: 11. Denoon 3S, H- Endersby 3S. 51. Authorities New Just What This Medicine Really Is. In a recent IJSMO cf Ihi3 paper an- vr.is made thlt Tanlae nv.v has the largest sale ol any medt- of kind "in the and that more ll-an Uvolvc inillton bottles hid been sold during ll.e pel four years These are nnllFUal Ilgurcs. and Ihe naturally irises In tne mind cf tho reader why ibis phenomenal and vhy has this preparation far out-stripped all other medicines of its Wnd. It 15 nalural Ihere- lhat the manufacturers should offer some explanation to satisfy pub- lic interest. In the first place, Tanlae Is manu- factured in one of Itio largest and Perry 35. E. Royce colt 30. J. Marrs 29, Class 22, a Biskerville 15. age 57. Grammar Grade X, V. Crer J. Muscovich S7. 13. ispprrer C. Wyman SI. D. Bald- erson 76, A. Davidson i4, E. Olander 71 S. Turcolte 74. L. Dunham 73< P. Blunt 12, D. Eandqulst 71. C. Nelson 71 S Ingram70, R. Galbraith 69, L. Morris 6S, W. Grant C7, M- Sherloct. 66, U Simpson 66, A. Aitken 64. H. McDonald 64. S. HcaiYrsaTes 63, H. Nichols 5S, -M. Ostlund 5S. E. Dlctout 57, J. Van Haarlem 57, T; Bictell 55 JL Flintt 55, J. Thomson 53, R. Cress 49 W Symonds -17. G. Lalhrou 41. R. Harvey. 37, G. Morrison ?6. C. Sane 3G Green 34. D. Macleod 34. E ipp 2S, C. Hntlon 21. Class Aver 58 6ti. Physical Science Grade XI. E. Church 100, J. Crabb 100. R ohnston 82. It'lnsram S6. G. Yoon 3 L. Priesllj 69. E. Bullrck 63, E :uderaby 60, M. Perry 52, C. PeJuzz 2 J Denoon 51, E. Hamilton larrs 17, V. Holman 44, L Parry At. V Delay 41, W. Ridpath 10, -W. West- oil 45, Ilasterrille 3f, E. Daris 33, L Kippen 32. G. Robbuis 11. Aver- ge 55. History Grade X. J MuscoTlch S3, S. TcraiKe S5. 51. Osllunb 73, G. Morrison 60, L. Simp- e n one -non nodernly equipped laboratories m this country. Us formula is purely ethical and complies with all national Parry I and stali pure toad and drug laws. Miczether there ore ten ingredients KEEL'S COMPULSORY IOUT SALE Don't Miss It! In Taalac. each of which is of recog nized ihcrapcuiic- Many of these ingredients been individually Known and asei civilization first began, anil some of them have been used and physicians Ihcy were prescribed by leading emv but until BREST, June 18.-The demonslra lion ol French sallora here last nigh and today followed the landing o allors (rom the Black Sea lleet, who were in-lvei !n the revolt The men were brought lo port on the French warship Justice and alter being landed were lodged .In (he natal prison at Fort Ponlanoire About S o'clock last night 200 sal ors broke down (he gates of barraci No 2, paraded up Hue Slam, dow RUB Doponl and attempted .to rns the naval prison lo release; their Im prisoned comrades. Their allemp of the French_ in- tantry on palrol herc-have arrived and the-number of. gendarmea pas been doubled. The streets are under cloEC guard'ahd al present the city Is quiet. THIS FAMILY SHOULD HAVE MONUMENT ALL TO THEMSELVES PARIS, Jnne tons killed on the billle.Seld, three dla- cbarged with grave Injnrlei. one. wounded, four different tlmos, the father and one daughter Eummar- lly shot by the Germans for going to Lille, lo celebrate tbe centen- nial anniversary of a relative and another daughter killed by a Ger- nan at Oanilrk, la the record Hi the family of M.' Vanno, a French firmer at Remlnghe, near Ypres. M. Vanhe Sad 36 children. 22 and 14 daughters all of whom wero liting when Ihe war brofce oat. One of his sons was valet lo Pope Plus X. he having return- ert to Frincc lo fight and was wounded In each of [our differ- ent engagaments.' Ono of Ihe acna lost both legs, another remrned end another underwent Ihe Ire- pruning cperallon. son 55. W.'Grant 69, G. Wjman 68, P. Blunt 65, S. Inp-am C3, A. Davidson 63 E. Klpp C3, G. Lathrop S2. A.'Ait- ien 5S, S. Hargraaves 58, H. McDon aid. 57, 51. irajlh 56, Sherlock 5G, L. Dunham Green R- Nichols K, B. Balder- son 41. J. Van Haarlem 50, D. Sand- quisl 19, U Morris 49. 31. Flinn 18, T. Bickoll 17. B. Wisegarver V. Gray 31, C.. Sang 43, R. Cress 42, J. Thomson 37, E. Olander 33, C. Hutlon 32 W Symonds 31, C. Nelson 30, R: Harvey 30, D. llacleod 25, E. Dicfcoul 35. Average 52. British History Grade IX A. niaw.j .N. Grant 93, A. Ahrens S3. K: Hagell S3, 'H.'.Kerjan 7-1. W. Henderson 72, B Jonea 72, A. Hufner Hyssop 7i) C. Prosser 6S, V. Daniel 63, J. Denoon'CO. A. Hamilton 5S, T. Nobles 63, U Hill 55. JI- Batotnan 55, E. Paronv 51, P. Laughrcn 53. L. Hicks 51, P. Hatch 48, A. Craivtord 39. Av erage History Grade IX B. C. Sandqnlst S3, M. Wardman 64 E. Sellena 63, G- McMalien 59. B.. Kol McQueen 50, H. Rannard CO, A.-LHlle 9, C. Morris 43, JI. Scott tl, D. Selt- tr 43. 0. Vine? SO, J. V. Olanvllle 37, P. Taylor 34, K. Drought together in proper proportion and association ns In the Tanlae for- mula humanity had not heretofore realized their full value and effect. In referring to one of the more im- portant Ingredients of Tanlae, the Encyclopedia ilritawca says: has long been Uie source of the most val, up.ble Ionic medicines lhat have ever been discovered." In. referring to othe" c! the general tonic drugs con Ulncd in Tanlae Ihe 13th Edition o! Policed Therapeutics, a standard medical text st-.tss lhat "they impart generd'tone and strength, to the entire system, including all organs and tissues." Tils same ivell known nvlhonry in describing the physiological action of still another-of the Ingredients of Tanlae which is.or value in Irealing Vrhal is commonly known as "a run- down condition" uses the following eirression: "H Is highly esteemed in joss of appetite during convalcs- cense from acute- dl5eas23." .There are certain other in Tanlao which because of their in- flueuce upon the' appetite, digestion, assimilation'and. elimination improve the nutrition and vital activity of all the tissues and organs of Ihe body, and prodnce thai state of, general tonlclly which is called health. In discussing another ingredient lie Encyclonc.aia'Brilanlca says: "It is one of the most efficient of that class substances .which act upon llie Elomach ao as to'inngorate -lion and tht-reby lacrciise the general nutrition. -It is used In dyspepsia, chlorosis, 'anemia and various other diseases. In .which the tone of the stomach and alimentary canal Is de- ficient." Concerning fi'.fil another ingredient this same standard author- ity says: "It Causes dilation of Ihe gastric Hood vessels, secre- tion of the.Eislric, Juice, and causes greater aclivlly in the movements ol Ine-muscular layers In the walls ol .Ine stomach. It also, lends to lessen the sensibility of the stomach, and so may .reliove gastric -pain." The. United' States Biar.cnualory Be One of the Hundreds Satisfied Customers who have already taken advantage of the extraordinary val- ues we are offering. Every succeed- ing day since opening was a record, and no wonder, for these prices speak for themselves. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S 2 AND 3-P1ECE SUITS that Were and To move at MEN'S AND 'YOUNG MEN'S SUITS that were and To move al To move at PALM BEACH SUITS V MEN'S FLANNEL TENNIS TROUSERS plain or striped, that were lo move at MEN'S TENNIS TROUSERS worsted serge, that were to move at .43.43 used In nil pure debility of the digestive organs or where r Bon- eral tonic. Impression is required. Dvspepsla, alonlc cout hysteria, and ......are nmonB the Average tt. Who Would Not Wear a Panama Hat at these Prices? MEN'S PANAMA HATS that were and lo move at PANAMA HATS that were and to move MEN'S STRAW HATS, stiff brims Ihal were and. lo move bliilds and maintains health Made of Wheat and Barley Delicious! Euler Revives Con- servative Thinks il Doesn't Go Kar Enough h OTTAWA. 1S.-II. O. the budget hate In Ihe. house this morning. Although uiauTijic i- intermittent fever mi L. 3colt 31. D. Uraenbach 31, JI. mKTI.. In which it has prof- Jarrell 25, G. McClaln 28, C. Ursen- cn back M. Held 24, L. McKinnon 22. There arc certain oilier ingredients rie'scrllied In the Dispensatory and in other e'.anilard medical text boohs as having a beneficial action upon the organs of aecrellon, whose proper lunctlonlng results in the purification of Ihe olood slrcama passing through them. In Ihls manner objectionable nnJ poisonous Ingrcdlcnls of the blood -arc removed, and the cnlir system Is Invlsoratcil anrt vitalized. Tanlae was designed primarily lor the correction of disorders of Ihe fito- mach, liver, nnu howels. Al the same time, however, il Is n powerful rccon- slructlTe Ionic anil Ijody builder, for It naturally followB lhat any that brings about propsr asslmllitlon ol Ihe food and Ihe thorough elimi- nation ol Ihe waste nrnlncts muni have a far-rearhlnK and npon the nnllro at MEN'S STRAW HATS, soft brims that were al MEN'S FELT HATS thai were arid. to move at slated thai Ihn plcirrcd lum In Coming fr.n-i a (arming for ihcin. That is Tanl.c liaa fpiistltuency, unJ rrzirJIni; lu-l tlio rf-al snmzltoa of tlio drug of Iho Tanner of iirlmn In this rountvy. anil lhat la also imporlaricc. he could not c-jipre.vi Val-' It la Ihd mc.si wiilelr tallterl-tr: Isfacl'on wlllJ the bviilEOt. On the i ineilltlne In the- v.orld loilay. other hand, life did nol lielluvo tlr.t TanlKC Ii snM In by IhcrO wr.3 onb ounce of In'-l'ihn II. lliujl.1 olhRrn Cn., In lleil i.hc- projioszli! ]iut fcrwaid liv ti'r cliff by f. T. .an-l In ixisllloc III 'll'f Mi Iliiinoirl Klatluiicry itorc bcliciin's Unit --Acrvc-rlii'iintnt. t CLUETT, PEABODY'S "ARROW" SHIRTS lhat were and lo move "ARROW" SHIRTS that were and to move MEN'S BATHING SUITS with skirt, lhal were lo move at.......85c BOYS'BATHING SUITS thai were 75c to move at.......i..........45c A SPECIAL LOT OF FLORSHEIM SHOES that were and lo.move al MEN'S CANVAS SHOES While or brown, lhat were lo move at. ,2.75 MEN'S BIB OVERALLS "Brolherliood" make, blue stripe only, thai were to move LOUIS KEEL HFTH STREET Home of Hart Schaffner'fSt Marx Clothes, Fashion Craft Clothes and the Florsliciin Shoe.