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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LgTHRRlDGE HHUXP. MONDAY, JUNE 21, riach'er win have to iis more'tlun tern miles in district. Illltou tbis moroiDE tlijl It tho dipping Is'successful the bjaa-'' iet vjft bo removed immediately .by tie government but in order to irins- ftbnul tnls success the raacaerrandi farners must britj all their. tho Tats, Tbe- toverniaeaUts MOTH INVASION7.-NO.. 'CAUSE FOR AWXRH Ufifos of 'itanjfe Blanket Up to Farnwrs. government supplies toward the! erection of every vjt, top vat tecom-i Jng the property of tho farmer after' ibis rear. Spoke on "The Parable of the Log" at Last Sermon in .United Church. So fir is the BMrrJciija govern-1 bleat Is ccrisc6Tned preparations are! cdiji'.cfidVcr lie ilfflts cattle. IK eras of Dippios a'.cd- to on 1'hursijay of) tiU wecfc W -weather condliloas; fEvoraKo Trill r-robably proceed ter, the two or three dsyn. Or, Goarse intoa, of tho Dominion depurtsaecl. held a eice Sflfb Wa cosfreres in southern Aiberta to Ibis whet tba -R-aa yut on the trrBBgc- ificats. Tkc itioj; thit wit bln- 8nd the re- -1 ol (be Waaket now will bo the unii randjsrs themselves. iTYtlhla the p'asl couple ot rooalas triony have allowed thair to- Uiest In I'OD dipping to drop and in GOLF The so'f course was filled over the -.twit-end, the weather J and although the grass is uncut the south side, the co'Jrso Is really la the best shape of its history. Many, plsred agatast bcjey la the Shepherd Cup competition hut no one had the colonel, yelling for cierey so far as wo could see. The- scoring in this competition wit! give tho compe- tition committee some pause, as each hole tits to be plotted out, first taking handicap and giving thcro- 6n tho noticeable in the matter of construct- ing vats. At Grassy Like, for in- auace, ono ra'.ra whn proirUsed to buUd Ihe vat on Ws property.has eona fcaik tja c.is vrord Titli the result that cMiIe In ibat will Save to be, driven Xo uis. Djsfdsed which not lonj doctors vvers taablc' i trace to a are r.ovr teorm often to be the result of Pyorrhea that breed in poctetsaboutfelecth. Rheumatism, znztiflia; disorders atd other hsye own traced iri- many casss to this Pywrheainfection. The pairing for ihc semi-flnals Is: flume vs. Macleod; McDonell vs. win- ner 'of Sfara and This boy McDonell is going fo get aa awful 'slash" in his handicap. He is playlns on a and turned in a card Saturday Trfth -45 total "strokes for one round: -IS. from. 45; --a.' net'. Good-nlshtl- cbminitlea are to meet at oace. The persecution of the Armenians; well, that's a light -i ifedfcine -.Hat is here the end of this week. Tbero is likely to he about fifteen. 'visitors. quaii ly for -rhea, vWn affliMs {oar out IKB over forty, begins with tender At 8 p.'m.' a unique meeting will biTheld-in the citadel. Commissioner Ea'dib will iu- tal the newly appointed divisional of- ficer, JInjor Alice South Just a .change lias been mado In tha dirlsions that were fn operation'. All Alberta con- troiled from EOmoaton by a division- al commander. The provinco lias now been uividea into two ilivls'ions, Jjbrlh and soulh, and Calgary is to be known as the for soutii Alberta. Commisaioner Kadie will give an- other address and all citizens should avail themselves of of hearing this distinguished iirmy lead- er. Tlic commissioner Is on his way to Vancouver whore ho will meet oral Booth. Tbe general.is returning from a world tour, going bacli to Lon- don, Poland. It is exported the gen-' era! wlil visit western Canada uoxl Ml, "The OoTcraing Wincfplc'. -of taking his trora Col. "what- soever ye do. in word or in deed, do I siniply folt .miBarablo ill the time. I all in (he name of the Lord jes'us' Every Jew-oaja I had head-j Mr. Curtis was present .it tho eonrc-n- ind when ona of diem came on mo I wasn't able to stay ap and would U> fio to hed. Sometimes Iftsted for twcrity-ioiic ho-jrs fftthout letting up and I couldn't stand anyone nreorjd we anil would have to bo left ib 2. room. "Not aso a friend of mine ad- me> to try Tlanlac and I am fa- trmnWal that I took it because It Kts proved to be a 'friend such a spltndM nppc- {ItB'aav? that I watt Ip be eating all I cat tastes with ma perfectly. I a headacbe. and wlie'u I ft fs so light 1 hardly notice It and fs sound anJ refreshing. 1 gal nod' ci Jilt pounds' in fcMJiig stronger jre.ry dir. Everything around rue has up, my rt pleasure and life now worth living. hss givt'n me strength ind and I am convinced lhat It deserves all (bt praife. people ore giving it." Is 'sold In I.ethoridgo bv Min D. Hfrlnbolham Ca.: In Coal- Drug StatloneiT Store, HJH) In Warrior by Sirs. Der- tion o! the TJ.F.A. ticld in last n-inler, and spoke briefly o( tho action taken regarding the recognltfon'of the Bible in tbe school, tuwl was glad to note thoir stand in the moral Influence anil urged that they use their vote to drive the liquor out of the co'nirminlty Curtis bclloven that the. service ras appreciated by those who had an active part end those who came to lis- ten and thinks that such services ought to ba held guartfirly In place o! au annual meeting. FOOLED THE BURGLARS SACUA'MKNTO, .lune When burglary rannackcd (ho p.t A. Van Phinney an r.luaive reaidcnflal ifeciloii here, a bar- Ml' cf whiskey was nut -indu'dDd in the loot, tho police have announced Phlnney hail rtocod H in his bcdroon for safe they nay. of LOVE .YOUR ENEMIES June In a .setting etn which Mrs. Margaret Ward, nt Vnrawi, placed under a Jien three weeks ago was an unidentified egg which had been found adejrl. The afrnngo egg Is now a licuhawk and tho ben is pothering it, 1 .Mini believe that tl.o moths ttiat are now dying aibout tho country fcre tsld 3Jr. 'this "but the truth o! Ih'e is thor are a Venefit" CouTinulng, Mr. ncllis >rc from Ike cjterpHlare tVit iraffsled the HasiUa thtstla pig weed last year. They net moths ot tho cut- norms. et> BUUIT believe, Theso moths do.not on grain and while in a cnia 6eld do much good by their oeMrutVioa ot'ifteds. The moths of the olwonns only By at nlgW.'- .the Allied n j is. niy aothlnc ket tho aw In placo upint- W towwtis the sea, one about every yards, lie was vory. much Impress- beach at "I can Lieutecaat lljiij. oock "no immediate prospects" of ao- othar war by, do pect to uiueli internal trouble Put ot every tea GenunriB four vt'ould be >rtd it is only because v.-o are hers that "At roorj violent Nephtw of LocalMan Writes of His Amert- can Army of Occupation; Conditions aa they are in Germany the war are very intezpstmgly told by Lieutenant Gsrlh B. Haddock, of the 59th Infantry oi the Aiaerican Army of Occupation, stationed at Neldermendie. He joculnrly contrasts prohibition conditions in the States ioir the Americans IB Germany are placed.' consider theaselves happily placed auj.cora- raiserato with their friends over Ihe water to the the best grades of Scotch'cin-be bought from tbe British Commissary for about a quart, and champagne es i'heaply- as mineral waters'iu the Statea. Lieutenant .Hadd'oclc is a nephew of John Mack, ol.thD Federal Coals, and before enlisting was coast manager for tbe Owl Drug Co. Iu a letter to his uncle he says tint tie Army of Occupation U very-rigid in picking up all loose women who parade, the streets.' They as a ment, to Bwpep ttie streets 'un'der 'th'o command ot a German policeman and are given the dirjiesl kind.of labor. Tie. Germans he'has seen, says Lieu- tenant Haddock, do not Interest hitu iri ths least. The Americans only mil witli them in A-b.asracss Cities like Cologne jfiiOViesiiadca arc quite interesttug very la large international1 hotels oae'meets people from'all parts o( the world. j Speaking of a trip on the Rhine, the writer says that the castles and vineyards on' both" sides of the -river are fairylanJ. On a visit to Ostehd, he says' that Tie went out to NIeuport, which was WHO GAVE THE ARMS? SOFIA, Mas (Bj JUiit Thai Bulgxrau hM received a Ulettauj from the minuter ot'ttrcigu ot the Bolcueritl StQcks in' Store: barle> 44775 4 j EARU THOMPSON GOES TO OLYHPiCS WITH CANADIANS, AFTER ALL TORONTO, Ourie 'Mall and Emjtra sporting edi- i- tor "Spealilng and Empire 'at: t'aa .Olyraptev trials oa 'Walter -f Kpox "ollhe CauMrJlanrOlyuipIc team; slated that desplW all re- ports to 'the 'J. -Earl .Thomson, lha Canadian hard- ler, who'rtcantly''. trolie tho world's rewrd, will ..be a mem- her of the Canadian team at Antwerp. "Knot also! announced a .lot of promising athletes frora -tho part In the ff trials at Montreal." i GRAIN STOCKS Juno follow- ing --Uifaient. tlocts ia store in public tfrmfna! oiwatofs at Fort Wil- liam au.at 'Arthur; on June 18, receipts during the ________ tree-'was on by the in RussK pnjtesUng ai-ainst the al Board of GnUu ComciiMione.-s leged ilemer> to the StQCks in'store: "ij'ssoi Ihe Holtherlk-iroojw, of'.yean and the foreign nilfelster his replied that all iti> Srnis ruuu'ciuns been ifr. and that ri6t ta a _ Shfituieutsr -to" >t> I tiou Iu furnisti armti) anraae Ha busiirts; c-ats sii.att., u4nc> sdjsi ihe TiiUsanan gctata rye (la's nil. meet lias no knowledge, of ihe present iialP-Wleal 131191 bushels, theie arms tnat Ci.5521, Ilajt tt iht> a'8 i'AKIS, June corsi-teil dog has mid-i his appearance the Jash-', ionabla Place-Vendoino tlie V3i u smarily'dressed lining at tbcUotel du Khn (.orecits re- sembte those worn. to .the whalebones and lacring. MY i SA.VEO HIS LIFE SMITH CENTRE Kan, June 13- Not baring match to, UgM cigar saved the We of a on wz of thei; locomotives.itUacheil to i train that had become stalled near here Leaving: the cab-of tno engine ho started tacfc to get a light He had hardly reached tae second car troji the.tonser boiler blew .up, destroying the locomo'iie Real-Frdit Disserts 1 112 ffiiisl Sail The only gelatine nkich Viis fmil-jiric; stiltd in Slass is JiiTj--Jell. No artificial flavor can tiSic :th< pisrc Imit For lifv }ctt the Is crujlitd, sealed in vials. A bottle of this liquid1 ttitnct coracs in the pack- age. And sugir is not .sic-' "to Jiffy-Jell. Jiffy- Jell comes inV ten fliyorf- Crr loganberry and pineapple for Trj line-fruit finor lor t.rt sa'ad jcil Trj Eiot lor a re-. EreshiQg nimt j POISONING How. often IbciifJVi and poisoning result frorn the blood t'rful antiEeptic and'should-be ap- plied immediately this.. kind to prevent danger'of iafection; It fs soothing. and. drives out and inflara- .in esses of sprains, bruises, jiits, burns, bites snct stings. Just as reliable, too, for sore coH.sores, canker and toothsche. 'Get it from for 30 cents. It not satisfied return the bo'rfle ani money back. Ever constipilea or sick iicarljcher Just try Wiziril. Civcr. Hi little jiink Here Comes Mother with whips, ptMEant littl Ocaranncd. Do not another day u iih I another diyuith .HchiM.McKl- k ing riles. No aurgtoal oper- atlou CbAseJ ointment W'll relieteyou av uncei anil afford fasting We. n.bQi; ,ail or KJman'ftn, Males A-'Co., Unwind, Toronto. Samplo iwx jou jneAtlon Ibis and enclose atami' to pay postage." SURC l. '0- satisfying, dilicious a pitcher E" a tfclight to member of ihe family. When fiie.sun goes down in a flaming ball and the evening brjfigs from, the heat, a glass of this delicious beverage brings coolness and contentment. thiHt, and'-suripliea the fruit acids which ihe system TCdtiircZ Being absolutely. free of alcohol, there is no extra tax on "MONTSERRAT" Litne Fruit, Juice makes all kinds of enjoable aummcr ready for and is'much, cheeper to uss than lemons Iiuit Saline keeps the active stomach sweet and the whole system .To. make "MONTSERRAT SUR add one to two (able- spoonfuls of "MONTSERRAT t0 each bottle of iced soda uwler iind sweeten to'task; 5oW everywhere, National Drng Chemical Co. of Canada, Limittd 90 CITY COUNCIL HOLDS .VERY BRIEK SESStOA' :U tbe meeting ot the city, council on Monday ii was arranged that em- ployees on the city nayroH, for periods of loss than two-thirds and one-third of a month, should not bo'Itabto for foil dcilucltoi) of J1.50 a month tor the city rioclor, but of 4) and 50 cents respectively, and that the' city olrrk arrange with Dr. Cauipboll ac- cordingly. Tho notary club wcs given, permis- sion to i.oia a tag. Juno for funds M'eVJiiip'rtienfot '.UB Jrcw. the The Women's UH altwitlon. of the council .to a jiasEed that all lavatories and 'toilets in schools, stores, pufclfc' places msnected once a. quarter.'The'inst- tcr was referred to-the Boafrt of MINNESOTA PRIMARIES ST. Minn., June M.-Chlct lr.tcrc.st ta today, primary election centred in the race, with thirteM canrtijalej on the to late. Of tlm six Hcpubllcan 'asplf- tovernor, tho National Non- Partlsau League has enjorsed Dr. ilenrlk SWpstctel, of Glenifood. Can- dMatcs for other dale offices, Includ- ing tbo legislature ami also for con- grcss, will bo'noralnilca More-than-Aveitage Mileage p-n 'T'HE average tire would run a thousand or Way more miles'farther if given projW A attention. Long service and often cause hidden injuries, that develop into premature- blowouts ii'neglected. Many sqchinjuries are inevitable, but not A Goodyear Relincr, applied betore the break or injury, spreads, will strengthen the the for 25 per cent, to 50 per cent, extra mileage, Try this plan and sec how effectively it lowers tire bjlls Goodyear Relihers can easily and quickly applied by anyone. Any Goodyear Service fetation dealer can supply you. Or, if you prefer, go to your repairman, who will apply the Relmer for a small service charge, GOOD RELINER MADC CANADA ;