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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN iti JXVU.Y FRIDAY, JUNE 1920 MAY, DAY PARADE IN LONDON Special Commissioner Edmonton for East to i Make a Keuort. j EDMONTON, June E. j Prummond, manager of the Moun- tain Park Coal Company, is Ecav- Ing Monday for Toronto and Ot- J tawa, as a commissioner from the i Alberta government and the Coat Operators' Association to j gate the question freight rates orT coal from Alberta to the east- I ern markets. 1 His mission is being undertaken at the request of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, the coal mining branch of. which has been taking an active interest In the prospect of western coat ihlpments to the east. LONDON MONEY LOXDO.V, June Close: liar sil- rer 50 l-4d per ounce. Bar gold 103s. 7d. Money 4 3-4 per cent; discount I rates, short bills. 6 1-2 per ceii'.; three j months' bills 5 11-16 iitr cent. I There SIGN SOVIET head. Other wounded arrive, no doctors, no medicine. "The final moment has come. The proydeflt has ordered the trains doncd (be march to San lu Have signed t fceguu on loot. 1 have bid Carrimza by Ludwls C. A. K. Martens', r i n Jmle comrttct lu Have signed today epre- p.m. front at a sallop. Tbo firing is In- creasing. The first train is burning. troops aro scattering. a I great sileuce. "4.22 p.m. A of enemies ar- rives. 1 see my old friend General Jaclnto Trevino. He is placing sen- tinels around the treasure (ruin. At els feet, in a cage, the lion cubs.of Barrajau aro gnawing a bloody brae." niimufacturci's' agouts, (S3 Drumtnond Buitdiog. Montreal, for several million dollars' worth of Canadian foodstuffs and machinery. Sir Donald Maau 15 said to be ttu leading figure iu tba background In connection the is the best remed known for sunburn, heat rashes, eczema, sore feet, stings" and blisters. Askiafoodt TEACHERS ALL RESIGN j ST. MARYS, Oal., June with salaries'paid and other conditions, tup entire staff of tliu Si. I Marys Collegiate Institute, including I Principal Haulage, havo submitted j their resignations, and the board of education Is advertising for a uciy i staff. Tbc teachers recently peti- j tioaed [or salary Increased which i partially met by the board of cduca-i j lion. Between Eisg along the 0 and arjd women tool; pit: t iu t'.ic- May Day procession. Photo shows the profession1 EmbauKinent. IT la imperative that every turlab form a eonnd ssaoclatioii with a progressive Banking-'Institution. Thla Bank is stimulating production by providing a broad uervica lor ambitious formers. Any ol our 4OO branches can furnish reliable iniormatloii. eg to mar- kets and shipping facilities, Rctnurces exceed 419 UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C.' King, Manager Branchei aUo at CarJslo'n and Barons EXPORT TRADE Manufacturers contemplating the extcn- _sion of trade in foreign countries'ate offered the assistance which this Bank's world-wide business connection The of a depart- 'jnent oFthe foreign business are ,at your-.cdiiiaiand, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPlTAlI RESERVE FUND LETBBRIDGB BRANCkiK. W. Reikie, JIansger. BUTCHETERIA 4Q5-Sth ST. SOUTH Better Meats for Less Money hfi We have a fine ship- ment of Fresh Killed jBeef, Lamb, Veal, Pork for Saturday at the right prices. This is not cold storage meats. We buy for cash which en- ables us to gel the best. Look at these prices before going else- where. Leg Lamb, per Ib. 35c Loin Lamb, pet1 Ib..............'........35C Shoulder Lamb, per Ib..............'.......30c Roast Veal, per Ib.....] Stew Veal, per Ib....................... lgc Roast Pork, per Pure Pork and Beef Sausage, 2 Ibs. for.......45c No. 1 Creamery Butter, 2 ibs. Swift's Lard, 3 Ib, pail.................. left SaHtllo. in 1013 with 309 men In his -heroic move "against Huerta. To- day I am leaving (he capital with him to be, probably, a vritness of his end. 1 am writing, seated on :i bag of rice in the presidential supply car. Tho disorganisation prevails in the Diary Discloses Details of Mex- ico President's Race for Life. station yards'ls terrible. Nobody has the pon-cr to-organisc anything. The appears like one to Africa to the enormous amount of I just saw in a cage the lions of Barragan (tint used to arouse the woiider'of the bourgeoisie in the Paseo do la Reforma." r At Anijaco ho recorded: "Word has passed iast three, trains liavo been lost. It appears thst gopd luck is ivitii Don Venusiiano. The word 'treason' is pn every lip. Tho MEXICO CITY, .May 2S (By diary written by Aldo Baroni, an Italian journalist, gives a -vivid pic- ture- of "the flight of President Car- ranza and his expedition of 10.000 per- sons from Mexico City in the vain effort to reach Ver'a Crui. in safety. It leads up to the moment when the word was passed in Ihe expedition to "save yourselves wbo' the frain> were abandoned, Carranza bade Eencr citizens are jammed in the cars like sardines. Our march is like that of :t herd of savages. The military trains lire filled with soldiers, who have brought their children, domestic ani- mals, dogs, -chicken's- and parrots. Their women cause the greatest dis- order. In the trafrSf-flre mora'than 10.000 persons and of these more than i'.opi) are women and children who wail, cry, coo'j, rcb and impede pro- gress. "In Cront -of the presidential train Baroni good-uye and began the march when he left the to take I wave from the windows. refuge- in tfcc. hills: "Yen saw me! like picnickers.- start my first journey In 1913 and vou t will my last, in 1920." Harts of' Bad the diary as published by El L'niversal read: "I followed Don Venustiano when he They We leave San Jlarcos at night with t ihe lights on! for ihp enemy menaces J the rearguard ami .flanlis. The ue I will of Ihq tralnmi-n. hus heen notice- able since we City. Air hosa has disappeared from como of _the trains and without hrakes they j threaten to crash inio the ones pre- Five Years Trouble Quickly Over. com; by Taniac States Mrs, Mary All. IPS For Saturday Men's Smoked Elk, 14 inch leg. Reg. 7.00, Men's Black and Tau, 14 in. leg. Reg. Men's Black and Tan, 10 in. leg. Reg. Men's Chrome Blucher. Reg. Boys' Solid School Boots from Best Prices in the City on Miners' Boots; NO LUXURY TAX ON ANY OF THESE LINES KILNER REPAIRING DONE. HAND SEWN WORK A SPECIALTY 420 North Phone 317 f Qulclily Eased By Penetrating Hamlln'8 Wizard Ol! A safe snd barmk3S preparation to relieve the psins o! Rheumatism. Sciatica, Hack and-Lumbacro is Ham'Jn'i Oil It penetrate- quickly, out soreness, an-i up slifl aching joints anj muscles. Von find almost .rlailv isifs if in cases of sniiden or ac- I'ifleuls sucli as sprains, bruises, cuts. Ir.irns, bites and stings- Jtiit ?.s re- liable, too, tor earache, toothache, croup and colic. Get it fiom druggists for 30 cents II not satisfied return the bottle ar.i git your money back. Ever conslipited or Iwe' sicV headache? try Wizard l.ivci Whips, pleasant little pink uills, it cents. Guaranteed. "For five years before I began tak- ing Tanlue I had suffered with indigcs-; lion and at times the attacks''vvbre so I thought I would surely die." said Mrs. Mary All, who lives at St. Vital, Fort Garry, just outside, Hie city lint-! its of Winnipeg, Man. "I had been troubled so' long that I hardly knew .what It -was to sit down and eat a meal nnd enjoy Mrs. All continued. "I was almost afraid to ial a tiling because gas formed un- lit my heart would palpitate some- thins awful and I would be-so short of breath'I thought-1 would choke. I had terrible pains In my stomach that almost drew me double, and -when one of these spells camo on me t Just had to slop what I was doing nnd sH'down until it passed off. I was troubled with a heavy pain in the small ot my hack that was so bad 1 over. I had blinding headacbis that almost wild and spots ivouM come before rny eyes, r was so nerv- ous that I would jump at almost noth- ing and I never knew, what a good night's sleep .was, and" Eoaietbiics I would lie awake nearly alt night taig. Besides these troubles I was bothered with a, bad case of .it times my whole body, would swolU lei up fityni the pains'. My'feet wouftlj swell and ache so that I eould not get j my shoes on. I iricrt everything ttginablerEnd finally went to the hos- pital, but' the time I was gradual- ly growing worse. "SOTUR of my friends recommended, Tanlac to me. and as -I had heard a lol about It I decided to give It ai trlnl. and tlu: change .it me! was ilust wonderful, in fact, it made me feel like a new It drove. all, my troubles away completely and' ceding ihem. is becoming j adileil twenty pounds lo my weight It scarce. There lias been no military [has heen three moniiis since I have discipline since wa.Jcft the capital, jtoken and today" I am still In The troops are demoralised. The lead-1 perfect health, and really feel better ers act independently. Oeueral Mur- than ever. 1 n fine'appetite and even-tiling agrees wilh me and I The first shots break the inonnng llave imUgestiou. I stillness. On horseback, followed hy don't have an ache or pain of anv kinrl. only ouu aide. Don Vennstiano ad- vances at a tret. The first wounded and my nerves are so steady that I sleep Kf sound as 'a child all -night OU.IIILI it .ill IIJK1IL arrive. are few rnedlcal sup- w, huBb pl.DS and tee gtrls' the fem.nme Tnnklc did Ue ,0 t train petticoats as H JE 1 did me. He has gained seven pounds and is 'looking ever so much" littler and stronger. Tanlac has certainly been a Hessing in'our.home and I am delighted to speak a of praiso tor 11 when ever I have a chance." Neutralize. Stomach Acidity, Pre- vents Food Fermentation, Sour, Gassy Stomach and A6rd Indigestion. Doubtless if you arc K sufferer from indigestion, you have already tried pepsin, bismuth, soda, charcoal, drugs and various digcative aids and you know HiesD things wilt liot euro your some caacs do not even give relief. nut before up he-tic anil de- ciding you are a dironk- ityypeplfi: jiut try cffcirl of a little liisuratcd mag- nosla-- not the ordinary commercial carbonate, citrate, oxide or milk, but tbo pure bisurated niagnf.-sia which you can ob'aiii fronj practically any drug- gift In cllhcr powdered cr tablet form. Take a teasixjonful of the powder or two compressed tablets wilh a lit. tic water after your next s'n what a difference this makes, .it. will inslanHy neutralize ihe ilanKtroufl.' hariiirul, acltl in the sloinach which now i jour fwnl w' t> riiu.nt and "ciiir. v.iml, hc'iiiiinirn iind (ho blnalcrt or hcavv, liiiiipy fKrHiic Uiat Sncms to follow c-.f.'yihine you rot. Vmi win find thai provirici! ytni it litH" iiiiiqnn.iia Ininiediiite- ly aftor a meal, you can cat almost anylhhis and enjoy without any dangnr of pain or discomfort (o fol- Inw anil moreover, the continued use of magr.cxla in- jure tiie in any way so lonst an them arc any symptoms of acid Indigestion. ages. Xoliou'y bad time la think medical -Lressings but lie lions ol Barragan were not forgotten. "The president returns. 'He per- sonally led forward tho cavalry on the right flank when they began to retire. JIurguia has flanked the enemy and defeated him. Under a -mesquitc1 bush a deputy is roasting a chunk of red meat with great skill. Cab- rera is organising a battalion of civilians. 'All who have no arms stop I It resembles a scene from i 'The Chocolate Soldier.' A prisoner is questioned. We learn that all Vera Cruz is in the power of tbe rebels, i Candirto Aguilar, almost alone, has i fled to Hongolica. "Murguia arrives, amidst cheers. 1 Tbc victorious troops parade, laeei an order of the day captured from the enemy. In it Oijregon orders that tbe trains be stopped, but that the president, if, he be allowed to proceed to Vcra Cruz, wilh full guar antee and an escort. No Water "The trains proceed slowly. We fln-ive at Rinocmila. Ten kilometers of trains, rraurinl in silence. There is no watr-r. A living chnin passes it from to luml lo replenish tha supply ot a dead locomotive. Don Vcnustlano Not a trace of terrible baitlc whlr.1i must hoi hi. Tanlac Is sold in LethbridRe bj John D. Hisinbotham Co.; in Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Warnor by Mrs. N. Der- BIG DROP IN THE PRICE OF BEEF ON SATURDAY WE WILI; SELL QUARTER ROASTS OF BEEF at 20c per Ib. QUARTER ROASTS'OF BEEF at 18c per Ib. BOILING BEEF at I2y2c per Ib. i. beats.anylhingpti the city for price. Finest Hoirie-Cured perlfo. 55c Whole Tins Bacon is cut'lYom No. I Hogs and .IS NICELY CURED 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter '45c We would.suggest that you place your orders early, as both Beef and Bacon will go quickly at the above ..V" V prices. Palace Meat Market 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 431 raging in his shows or his fiicc. This rnnn >H male of rock. slatC'smnnllkc quali- ties, but. one groal detect. He dc'es not know man. Capable, ho is rounded incapatjles. Honest, lie allows thieves at his skip. "I am aroused cy ;i [crrllic ing. Soldiers and civilians have sack- ed the boledad rancli of Scon tin: cars resemble butcher shops. I am told wo are. to continue our Journey on fool. Tho water problem unsolved. hflvo been to burn the records Mic gercrnl BtaK. "An airplane in lo fly over the ene- my limn. M pisolino for .one hour, Sanlana uln; aviator! rcliirns. lie tells inc., we are surrounded.. Tho convoy is lost. Violent firiiiB is re- sumed. The president's barber bnf- dnncd willi arms ammunltiorf, ex- plains how our artillery should be. used. It would be enormously ridicu- lous II it were not so terribly tragic. The xoidiorV women stoically continue cooking. "Jlllian (General Augnstin Milian, fjovcrnor of tins state Mciico) la bruuglit bai'k, fatallj- shot ARKETS Lower Prices on Beef and Bacon CHOICE HIND QUARTER ROASTS OF BEEF 22c PER LB.' CHOICE FRONT QUARTER ROASTS OF BEEF AT 18c PER LB. CHOICE BOILING AT IScPER LB. On Sale Saturday Only, Whole or HaU Slab This Bacon is nicely cured and cul.from No. i Hogs. The Butter and Egg Market is Coming Down CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER SELECT CANDLED EGGS..... ..............2 LBS. FOR ................45cPERDOZ. Dominion Fish and Poultry Main Market Phone 412 Dominion Market, Market, Phone 545 Phone 1654 ;