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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE RIGHT THK ii': DAILY HKMAUJ WEDNESDAY MARCH 5, SMS mm CASEIfim (their autmnojjlli Vwy know what the goods wen1. j vaa laken to Taber bo had been asked by one. Moa- lo go nIODS- and It was MuakipaJ Agile [n Pay Chwuut (Special to Tbe fiDMOXTOX. March his previous testimony insl Ms lirs'. uwnth's ot as iviM !isds inspector heM out 6y J., A. secrecarr to Hon. Wilfred Gtriepv, former pfovincial minJexer of utunlclpalllies. E. C. a lor-, mer empires vi cHrei emphatically thb Bjomlaf Hie paHlc accounts coisiBittw tiat the Mr. BaJaaser, Joli him i'. customary io sive the first to tile Tha n-Kness ras to a rtarohlnf esaurjiasion for two hoars Hon. A. G. Jlackiy. the lainiJter of muaicfpaJIlJes, and fiBmtawl ty A. F. EMcs, opposition for West Bimontca. Vai A of cancelled dep-jrtuiental yay ehequM made oat to produced, araons one whlrti was tirfenJ'.Dly hastier'; salary clKKitie. It c-Tre his OTB a a 'his cndorsKseni. ivhiefi ae Wcttii'lei, alro in? endorsement of O. A. Belaiigw. 'The' Tilneas could not swear to Iha correctness of tha latter Amocs tho smujiag ItwldeaU at the! hud KaUog oat depart- !ieariii5 iras wbea the I mental cheque tot the balance later atwttt an natl-electiol) trip! on. The sivore he knew noih- Former C. P- R. Olfitlal at ii SUuiding Trial Serious Charge Considerable ink-rest (n court circles centres In Ihe rase of Bex. vs. pn the C. P. n. tele-i her at vho Is with ._, frwr. the C. P. R. articles in RM 42 cii-es eJ Trhifiey; alleged to been from I'. 1'. R. No. 20001S or tome similar numter at Coaldi'.a about the latter end of January. Some whiskey IKU discovered ia tho C. P- U. nation basement ftt Tabor shortly ifter by P. R. roltce ami ihe X. P. P., and GAgnler and MeUrlde later tppeare-d before tie Justice' a! ihe and were fined under the liquor on a cbarc% of tajug In jKWwaion of liquor. The IB now hetns prosecuted scatwt Gipiler OB the more serious count before Mr. Justice Walsh and Jury ID tce supreme court, sessions having resumed today. The for the prosecution called ttornfeg were Ma- loney, a agent at OOfildsle. and I.eo Maio. c! Taber, vho helpe-5 to transport the booie itj question from Coatdale to Taber. housh they declared that when they ecelved a telephone call lo come to to late a ioad into Taber in Ills uweinfnls ou tho night in a day magnesia, a good and ci-________________, fwtlre corrector ot aclj stomach, should be taken in a quarter of a glass of hot or colj water after eat- ing: or whenever gas, sourness or acid- ify 13 fell. This sweelens (he slomach neutralizes (ho acldily in a few inomeQls and Is a perfectly harmless and inerpettsive remedy (o use. anliicld, such as blsuraled raig ATTEMPT TO TORONTO SUBURBAN CAR GUEM'H, Ont., Marth (5 Relieved to have been a dellberalo at- tempt to wrecX a Toronto suburban car was discovered sborlly o'tlock last nignt when a 52-foot log was found lyins across the Ir.icks W. iwjhi which can he obtained from any casl I'armosa station, drajgfst In eilhsr powder or tablet! "notorman on lue car due Iiere form enables Ilie stomach lo do Its work properly without the aid of ar- tificial dljejtenls. Magnesia comes In tttcnt fonns, no be certain to ask tot Mi lake only BIsurated Maenes- which ia especially prepared for akorfi at 8.40 made the discovery and sue cc-edcd In stopping Just In tlmo lo avoid hiding the Jog. Attached lo the Tegular car, was a trailer fiilei ivlth so'diera for the military hospital who were returning after spenrliugth weefc-erifj in Toronto. A Spring Message To The Canadian Public THE Signing of the Armistice relieved some of the most pressing demands for shoes. But it did not, and it could not, increase the supply ;of leather. It released thousands of men from military duty, but only gradually will they find their way back into their old occupations. So, until an actual shortage of leather is turned into a surplus and the supply of labor becomes somewhere near normal, we cannot expect any marked change in con- ditions, and the price level must continue high. Leather is not a product of manufacture, but of natural growth. It takes time to produce a skia, and no process of "speeding up" will hasten it. The demands of the war, and the destruction of war, so depleted the world's stock of leather that, as we told you last fall, it was a big problem to produce enough good quality shoes to go around. Now we must simply wait for a supply of leather to grow- Labor is another problem which will take time to solve. Many men, fresh from life spent largely out-of-doors, will not go back to factory work again. Many others bear honorable wounds which unfit them for it. Here again, we expect no immediate return to normal conditions. So in this, our Spring message to the Canadian public, we say "Prudence in buying is still necessary. You can help to bring about more normal conditions if you will continue to exercise it. Buy for service and see that you get real value for yqur money. "And now especially you should see that the manufacturer's trade-mark is stamped upon the shoes you buy. Unbranded shoes may be reduced in quality to make the price seem the end of the war as a plausible excuse. But no manufacturer will jeopardize his reputation by stamping his trade-mark upon a product which he isvashamed to acknowledge. Remember this, and look for the trade mark. It is the best assurance you can have of real value." Get This Booklet We have prepared a booklet "How to Buy Shoes" which we think'will help you. It contain! advice which you will find of value, whether you buy A.H.M. Shoes or not. We shall be glad to send you a copy with our compliments if you will address our head office at Montreal AMES HOLDEN McGREADY i i "Shoemakers to the Nation" LIMITED ST. JOHN MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANCOUVW When you buy Shoes look for this Trade-mark on every sole ;