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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE FOUKTEEN THE LETllBRlpGJS DAILY HERALD j'ATURJJAY, JUNE 3WDIKT Hardly Heavy Enough" to Satisfy Hobinson Fund. i! was decided to hold their nwt jMlift ills; Thomas Coroner Decides H Plain Case of Are Busy Dipping. Oar Corrcsponaimt) COWLEY, June We wers fav- ored with light showers of rain! tiroushoat the day yesterday, tint noil heavy enough to ilo much Xeariy all Cow-ley, lurced oat on i the evening ot the ISth to witness :hei lars "of the Ue accMc-at OR> now to football match between Co.vley ard i According to hospital reports. North Fcri although it is years since Mr. is iloivlj- recovering from his thwe has been a Jootb-jl gam? In Cow- j It appears that in failing (From Own TAIIBR. JUEO jisrtleu- Germans Eiect Editor President of Reichstag June- Loeb, edi- tor "of the Rr'esliu'newspaper Volts-.' wachi, yesterday was elected presl- j dent cf He was bora Iii 1S75. He was a compositor and.after- ward became a city councillor of 'fcres. j Jau. be has beeirg deputy] In the SHisran provbch! diet. Unlike his Catholic 'predecessor, Konstanliii 'Pehrcnbach. he- K free- thinker and n Social-Democrat. uelm liiltman, Independent Socialist. was elected first vice-prefident of tlio rc-lc-hstag. Ho was one ol the six poo- pics' coiSEjtssiouers during the re vole- lion. A GERMAN REQUEST Provision Mfidc'fpr New Elec- tjons Officer mid Buying Some Small Rail- ways. OTTAWA, June !n supple- estimates tabled la the house thia morning among the smaller votes a'ra Included a number of intirccling _ .IQSilrad for survey ol air routes; 000 for flying operations tor other gov. ernmenl and foi1 acquisition and eoaipmeDt of civil air stations; for upkeep, uialn- and replacement o! aircraft and equipment, and for flylac In training. .The total air boanl voto of Is divided senti-aily into IS50.000 for civil aviation und j for inllttary aupointnlont. i Among the miscellaneous'items was a vote of required In connet-, ttou with the contract with the Douiin-i ion Iron and Steel Company for sle-i livery of Bteel plates; to vro-i vidu by way of-advances to Victoria! _ Items. A vote of for tho office field msmorials, S150.0W for J" ot tho chief... officers brlnga PAU1S, June ley! yet the game was exeiiitg enough to bring forth cheers Iroiu the specta- tor. Geo. Burfeeit sustained rather a ralnful iuiary to his Sneo-cap. the Oddfellows he-d their auuual ball on June ISUi. A ttage number at- teiiied aud sit times the floor was till- The orchestr.i from _ frora the rij, j v.ifo was thrown I tho Qenaau charge to the-jce-i- election procedure Mayer, i to to adopted nider tho franchise bill a rork. striking against it %vith such !HT death. has prc-i Uer. head j sented to the secretariat of tie peace Toto o( ,'cocference a A passtcg teamster, at-] govern Thoro is a to Vrovtds for tho "3 _n _._ ;i _ .._ tracted by the fcr.helji, uuhilch- ed cno of his horses and'r-ojo lo the neighbors, who were quickly on the spot. Dr. Rosa was sent for. ami came rote from the (.onmra purchase ot a niftobe r of small railway iiienl; requesting an extension I !Ulos 8nd one'ot-STS.flCiOlo provide for CO -tO A'SPrCllV IUL llviii -i-.. uuvl I'inchcr prorlded the usual good mu-jout st once, returning with the injur- sic.' Tbe treasurer reports that they "ud'atle good." jiiss Isabel Ncble of Dayeland. pre- sident oJ. Alberta Women's Institutes, here this week. Ou Friday af- lefiwun she addressed tho Girls' ciub aufi on Monday c-venins a general niaethig. Htr' talk was not of the leri-tUv esutorant variety, but short .which closed a .Throe, days' i and" to the point. Rue emphasized with I engagement at the Hei on Wednesday fisures the huge sum travelled on wings o? tho iiistu thai school children arc spending i to the Allen theatre, Calgary, to show "every duv on caadv. rooties, etc.. ihoir Thursday night -The-Topi Mix The noto left Berlin before three ei! man to iBa hospital. Coroner Allied notes on the matter were de- Kunipbries cauie, up Lethbrldse jivered to tl today, hut decided that an inquest was! Thursday unnecessary. The funeral .will likely... be beM Tuesday, relatives' on tho _ ..L.JS and one'jpt-J'S.CtiOlo; provide for of tho tlraa tot Germany to evacuate repairlni-tud maintaining tbo tto netitral zone. The Boto.declared that it .would bo Impossible to evac- uate this July 19. to the German government on way from. Salt Lake City being ex- pected by'then. The big Fox spc-cial, "Wings of the jaVe practical suggestions as to', how to carry cat the Institute 'slogan, tlic1 'dollars' work harder." Youngslowu, has had two inch- ss of rain in past couplo ot weeks. Caaadjlan steamer Araa- roore." Tho IsbifcdeparUnonl !s Jiig for an adiltjojal JW.OCC. Of this amount tji" provlda for the organization of jotiit inuusttiat co i' and reniamdor, ts a fiirtnt-r required for adrairiistraticTn.'0'f.tho employment offlce-s.. Of air board toie, is ro- (B. Q.) Shipowners, Limited, for Ihej construction ot Jour IrOC'.OOO i fo.- Canada's contribution to League of Nations, for battlc-i of ttre departments at for contribution toward fight-] ing typhus In Europe, to provide for stamps, salartes. etc., In connection with the. new sselss taxes. There ts also a vote.of to pro- vide for tho. reimbursement of r per- sons or firms put to loss by the.elos- Lng of grain exchanges In the summer of 1919. NEW FREIGHTER LAUNCHED PORT AUTITCfl, Ont.. Juua Tho SOO-fool Jrelghter Canadian ier, was launched at the Port' Arthur shipyards :today, Mrs.' J. being spbnsftr. Ycsscl'ls-for Canadian Merchnn't Marina. NOW FOR SAT. NIGHT We Have beeo giving out sonic wonderful bargains in put' SatuVclay Night Sales, and the people have cet'- tainly responded in great numbers. Tonight from to 9 We bestyet, read over ihe list and be here oh tiine. till, lu'll.lia "U.r. Colvtu and little .Hilllo time- requirca quick work. Ace and Jack ct Calgary, arc visiting j ingly, at the close oiWedr.es Mrs; Dr. Donald and family have .taken up their residence in tbe manse.- Mrs. Weber aud iamily. who have besii1 in town fov the last, few ri'.'Mths. have inovod back to their rauch fur the summer. Miss (iiadys Baines and E. Bainos visited in Loihbridge for tbo weekend., guests oi their parents. The followiug letter will be of in- terest te the many people in Cowley, special; was ,.._.. o'n: acc6u'nl and to reach 'the "Allen froni Tabsr in I Accoril-1 :day night's show here, a big car drawn up in front of the Rei awaited the film, and rped swiftly Trestward with slructipus to relay to another car ati IX'thbridge. and thence to Calgary, hitting only the high. The stork has been operating here of late, and "Watkins has a singu- lar little stranger, of feminine gender. Chief Faulds has another, and 0. N. Johnstone, manager of the Hamilton, has a new banker by tho RIBBON Chris Firth's tcr dipping ion Tbureday.i and treatment is being thoroughly large number roonded tliis for tak-J A.coal winter-which; may ;curtail oi iron and' steel and seriouVlT aEect other indusr' tries, is foreseen'by the Oi S. federal ervfi board.' Heave'- Jlincs. Pincher, Xorth Vorti name of Douglas. Everybody and Luudbreck who donated to. tho as can.be.eipec.led. llafvey nbhliisdn !iind. Evcry'oae w'iil bejpleaseil to know that Ihe money was well spent, b'ec. Women's Instittite, towley, (Dear Sirs, treatment ot liitW Harvey Ilohinsbn' has been so i far completed that there is uo reason for'his remainius in Winnipeg any longer. His feet are slili in' plaster and' this must he lelt on until about July 2flth, but.Uiis can be taken off at horae quite easily if the' feet and legs placed "in a..pail of. warm water for about tw'cnty ininutes dr.balf. an Jour, and the plaster cut down on cach_- sloe with a sharp Jackniie. TherQ is plentiful. padding beneath tho'-plaster so lhat there is 710 danger cutting. Iho child's feet. ..Afjer the plistir has been renibved the arc surjt; to-appear-.-very, dead-looking for a lime hut this is a condition' which rightlitsDlL They aro also likely to bo" Eouiewbat tender and he unsteady on his feet after nolvTiaving stood ortried to walk lor such, a long time. The sooner he be- girfa to get about on his fee1, tho bet- ter, Rafter the plaster has been reniov- ed, .bid bathing and rubbing the 'feet dAily'TOill he of advantage. He will im-. proyrf iu the use of his feet for a long time to'.come. are always interested in patients who jrave'been hero for treatment and wD'ilil like to bs kept Informed how this child seems and I wish to assure yoi: ihat'.ehould lie for any-reason require any; further service in the fnturo we slnll be only to pleased to do any- thing that ia necessary without charge beyond the actual hospital expenses. It is.pot at all likely, however, that he wiil-rcquire any further treatment. Yours very truly, OALLOWAY-GinsOX CLINIC, Per, H. P. H, Galloway. It is easy to imitate the advertise- menis RIBBON TEA, bttt tfeellea itself can be neither _. ._ nor ei Children }s Stockings and Sox A big .lot of tine Ufle in tan, black, skr ami pink. Sizes t'4 UK to 614. Values S5c to 55c. Alt-one price Saturday .7.SO to 5 o'clock. {From Our Own Correspondent) MILK RIVBir, 3nue and left on Monday for brldgc after being the guests of Jir. and Harb Thompson for tliB past two weeks. Mr. and -Mrs. Thos. Quinn of Lclh- bridge were In town for a short tlmo on Tuesday. Mrs. Katharine Hunck returned home on -Tuesday from t where she has been receiving treat- ment at Gait hospital. She is much i improved. 1 Chas. Kgan and.party ot Warner in town on Sunday.; Mr. Coburrj of was a busi- ness .visitor In town last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. I.'Harris, J. Tnrner anrt'Mr. Oder motored to New Dayton on Sunday to altcrid the Masonic gathering. The public Echrwl exams aro now OH and school wHl close Friday. Mrs. B. 0. Balnea entertained on Saturday afternoon at the lea hour in honor of Miss Hillz and Miss Smith, our local school teachers, who Icavo shortly for their homes In tho east. Mrs. J. P. Dohorty rctnrned home Sweet Grass hoapilal on Wednesday of last week much im- proved in health. Mrs..'Ile'nr.v Elleri a.io family lefi TussSr.y to spend the Bummer at Glcn- Mr. Ellert accompanied therrras far as Sweet Orass. school is holding a picnic On 30, niado a business trip to Oregon Mate- on made a business trip to Lelhbridgo. last .Thursday......... imorie is' 'b'cmg singed every rrj- Aty Evening by P. H. Kllcrt In thn tfiealro. Mr.-Cox of t'iilgnry W.W a busines? visitor in.town on Tuesday. Mr.VPoole raSde a trip1 lo.Xow Day. ton ott.Saturdny. The'r.alh61lc Ladles' was en tcrtalpc'd on Wennesday Of last week .11 !hoiomo of Mrs. H. C. BSifles, and .r- Give the Kiddies "Two Slices for One" 'The next time you catch yourself saying, "One is enough, Pause and think .Children dietitians. Did you ever hear ol a child saying; "I've had too much v No.- They'll keep on eating bread as long as you'll keep on cutting it. And every slice means laying up future wealth in strength and energy. can well take lessons from childhood and eat'more bread. Much' .v.. Two slices where you now eat one. Bread is nature's complete ration. Not heavy food but pure, nourishing food any way, any] ,time.. any without other'foods, Eat Btead. Eat it slowly, chewing each mouthful in due appreciation of its its-own bread flavor'. i; It will raise your health to a-new And save amazingly on'your food bills. Lethbridge baked Bread is Bread at Us pure, tempting1 and nutritious. THE LETHBRIDGE BAKERS Mattenburg Runners J and Squares Drcsscf'a'ndi Sideboard Runners and Squares. sutlaWo for small So'.d in tho usual w-ay at f 1.00 up to 41.10.J Salurday 7.30 lo S. Verandah and Den x Cushions' '-SizS Saieen CoYtred Frilled Border, Cotton fillec] Cushions in assorted coloro-iii floral designs. Regular Ji.'JS line.. Special Saturday Night, 9 o'cloch. Cushion Tops and Table Centres or ilncn shades. stampiSd Cushion Tops, Tablu Centres Borne 60c. Spccinl Saturdajr, Nfgtt at 7.30, each A SaiMght Special in Dress Goods U'ool Crepes. Silk Mixliiro and Shepherd Checks in navy and ivhife nnr] and wtiHo, Width 40 and 42 Inches. Kc'sular .vnlnts Clcnring tonight at, per yard The Ltd, ;