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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHiDOK- DAILY HKRAU) PAGE NINE mediately (hey touched the varnish. The public health department the Guildhall Is ready lu furnish Informi- .ion and to recommend mauufrtclurers (or supplying the varnish. Minor, Maidsfone, England, at the World'a-Fair Is showing sonic o( the fine he keeps as a hobby. The [-lama apparently badly a trip in the fresh air. .SILY TRAC5ED Housands who are none too strong trace the ojent weakened state to influenza or tome iffnew. Such could; not dp far.than-try the and body- virtues of........ PEOPLE MUST PROTECT THEMSELVES SOMEWHAT AT LEVEL CROSSINGS ?ftlciept tonic is in, a that ;helps build up a healthy resistance. If yon are not in your accustomed strength and need a tonic, rich, noarisAinr SCOTT'S EMULSION will help you. Try It! TORONTO, March in th.o. world are we going to get in Canada to protect every crossing BO that people cannot got in front of iifikeil Cliairniau F. R. Carvell at a sitting oE tlic Domin- ion railway board hero .yesterday, when tho Canadian Pacific railway asked for tho removal of "slow on tho TUverdnle ]'ark-crossing: "I tbink Inorc is tau much protecting people from their own thts the .chairman ydded. The removed thu order 'as requested liy Hie coiniiany. -Thc.cHy opposed aud aske'rl that fates be placer! at thq erosa from 8 o'clock in the niornUig u midnight, I PURE FOOD MARKETS BUTTER, EGGS, VEAL, MUTTON DOWN IN PRICE J. Cold Stream CREAMERY BUTTER, per !b., 65c NEW LAID EGGS 65c CHOICE LEGS OF MUTTON, per Ib. 35c CHOICE SHOULDERS of MUTTON, per !b. 3Oc CHOICE LEGS OF VEAL, Per ib. 220 CHOICE LOINS OF VEAL, per Ib. 22c There is no object in buying inferior meats when yon can buy No. 1 quality at the above prices. r WE HAVE ALSO FOR THIS WEEK-END: MILK-FED TURKEYS, CHICKENS AND FOWL It will pay_you to watch our weekly advertisement closely as we figure that prices on produce wjll drop from now on. Our large turnover enables us lo place certain lines on the market at less than other markets can buy. Last Saturday on Account of .We were unable to give our customers the service we would like to, Now that our staff is all back to work again we can assure them of a quick and efficient service. P. BURNS CO. Limited Dominion and Poultry Main Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, Phone 545 Phone 1654 I So Mrs. Charlotte Hanningfnn States tit -St. John Ambul- ance DUNUOP OBJECTS TO BEING DEPICTED AS MONOCLEO 'FOP IN AUTO TIRE ADS. 11. Dunlop, inven- lor o( aalomoliilu tires, who Is 7'J years, old, iss a strong object ion to represented in fopnish attire am oclb. adverllscmcnls earing a moa- Toilaj- he brought his grievance lib- fora Ihc Chancery Court iti 'Dublin, and m 3. result obulned permission to serve a writ ou a rubber company with Ihe object ot restraining the company from publishing in Ireland advertisements representing him in "absurd or unouil.tble costumes or at Utudes." In an affidavit Dunlop referred to b'no familiar, advertisement of Ihc company showing a (all in an exaggeratedly foppish wearing" a silk hat and whitu! waistcoat and'carrying a cade and i eyeglass. of which it was his I to wear or carry. Dunlop fd that plcluie had slvcn grcnll annoyance to-liini and tils HIGH OF DYING Doctors, Nurses, Uniitrtikert Tombstone Man Charge More here about uui long ago. raised thalr fee.. Then Die nurses demanded an in- crease. The nol to outdone, IKled the cosi ot medicines. declares one manutaoturei Here today. ''Kvcrythlng has gona and but our charges.. Wo are not profit j eers like somo others, (hough we oulj Ksk for a person's laoney when thej have no (urthor use for II." The nndcnuher revised Its scned- 'Smnrday ST. PAIH. HAS TROUBLE HALIFAX. X. S., Mnrch Vu led Slates liner St, I'aul, which saile< from- New York fur Southampton ot upward. last, arrived here last alghl with her holler tabes, leasing. Cap llio tombstone mini decUrcs! lain A. A. Mills stated that (he cansi he nniM have cent, more for i of the troulilo was not known and liorpetnutlng :i mun'n j li will not discovered until "It's n hard game, this tonitatonc uniinatlor. Is made at-this port. Q'lTAWA, March ilto meet- Ainhulanco Asso- _ u.iaUoii helii' yesterday, Justico !STOPS ,6rde, of' Toronto, elected presi- t, and, j, Aj'Jhitcliisun of Montreal, e-preaideni., Vfhc meinMtrs of the' cobncil IncUtAeii Mrs. Colin CamphcIV oC MIS. I'riur uf Victoria, U. and l-ady Lake ttf Kegiua. Mrw, Chariot .tendent Iho Order, stated that during travel M tlirougli Cana- da she had. learned a great dsal re- garding the scarcity of women trained along medical lines. during this generation will enough I rained and graduat- ed nurses to supply Western said Mi'3. Hatintugioti. "While of thft'St. John Amliulaiico Assp [Ration was hiva.luaultvUio instruclioii he Htill further until (t. included th'o in the home's.' Infunt mortality Ui Canada was eorinally high hccausc the women notlifng -regarding the caro of fnothcrs and children." T.V, Tliomnson, i'f.P. for Yulion, HUH! that tlio Tuiiire of- the association yi th til iiurl'of Canada was one of un- oiipnrlunity. Hegarding the KUt'sesliou of .Mra, llatimngtoii, lie did npt think that it was finaiicfalty pos- sible for the- association to attempt such an elaborate prugrain. VrCTOaiA, B. C., March rnr- Iher cases of influenza have develop- ed on uoarrt the Nippon Vnscn Kaisha 'iner Suwa Muru. und arrangements aro now being luado to grant pratique to the ahip'ou Saturday morning. Sr'r Henry Drayton Minister of Finance homely virtues of work and thrift aro all that Cauada neerta to-day." If you would mate a personal application'of the principles of thrift, sot aside a specific 'amount from your weekly jucp.meancJ "dd it to your savinga aocouut. A3SETS EXCEED JlTl.KO.OO) UNION BANK OF CANADA Lcthbridge A. Dunbar, Manager Brnnches also at Cardslon and Baron3 'RATS KILLED BY FRIGHT )7 (l.omlnii As the result'df experiments earriwl by lii-s deparlinent, i3r. lloivarth, Officer for tho City ot l.on- dun, js'.nnw aWo to variiish one of Um most ofteutivo ways ot rals.'on a large scale. 111 an interview yesterday, Dr. Howftrtli explniiicil tluit tile Used is strong lithographic vnrnish. It sjvoulil be by hCiitiug the container holillng il. fn holling water. When vunn Ihn varnlsli w-ill run, and in Uiis coniiiMoii, it should ho spread Mccmli li! oiie-eiBhth ot an irieh thick on jiiccea nt slniwlraard or fnirly thick ciirdljciarfl measuring liLout by 12iu, A margin ot Bliinii an liidi sliould Ijo left clear o[ yarnlsh. and (ho halt placed in tho Icfiiiiro of Die luiarcl where it will ad- liton to tliu varnish. Tlic traps should placed along tliu rat runs, or near Iho They remain effective for nhoiit four days, when the old varnish should lie scrniK'd oft and a .fresh layer applied. nro faced witli tho rut problem in llio cily.- said Dr. Howarlli. We first discovered vnrnlsh lieins iweil in n Fcnclnireh islreel. Binrro Ihen WE have eiperi- .in'oTited very In iionie leases wo hnvr. hnd "bags'' of '30 and '80, and T ran icffitnuiend it as an es- jcellent mcnna of ridding n place of 'nils. Disappolnlinonls arise chiefly [through Iliu varnish being loo weak 'or too "larky." This allows Ihc rals llo move on il witli impnnlty. are lonilcavorlns I" nieol that iiossiblHIy standardizing tho (iiiallty of thn [varnish. People sliould conllnne lo 'down the hoards so long as thoy !lire c.ilchinK nils. It does not nmttor 'if a hoard hus had a dead on It. j'rhoy shmild Jusi remove Iho body and put on more v.irniqh. Tlie varnish not poisonous, and e corpnor'8 jury wnnltl probably ascribe deadi lo nalural causes following K shock, continued Dr. llowarlh. 1 think that the rnlp dio of (right. Once their Inila slick tlieir dcxini Is sealed. Tlicy never got near Hie ball. They get their (001 In the varnish and tho more they struggle the faster Ihey slick. Hats caught during Ihe night aro always dead (n tho morning, and II Is a very remarkable tiling dial If two rata gel [in lo Hie varnieli (ngcthcr one of thoiu kills the other. Evidently each thinks that ths other Is holillug him. Then there 'Is u battle royal, and wo find one witli Us neck bitten through. As lo Iho cruelly of II, wo cannot afford lo wnsto sc-ntlmenl. nml II is certainly not sn c.rnftl as poison, which tnkca alinul loilr hours to kill. Dr. lluwiirlh a couple o( Ihc trriiis with. Ihe victims o( hla In cui'h (lie ball was Ihc rals having stuck iin- UNUSUAL WEAR IN UNUSUAL CLOTHES ____ ___ i_______-_______ 'New Suits of Uncommon Attractiveness iS'pt only in a matter of up-to-date is this especially worthy of note, but because of iis-gcncrous colleclion. It includes besides Iho more tailored lines, the most dainly and simnnv of sp Prices ringing from to NEW ARRIVALS OF HATS CAPS In tho iHlcst styloa ami colurf. to Hats to Latest model and patterns in our stock of. SPRING OVERCOATS AND RAIN- COATS, 1 to SAVE YOUR FEET! IT 'SAVES IN THE LONG RUN! .There h rail iiectl for a slioe Mint will fit you. .Wo hiive them. The famous .luat Wright slices for Encn. i to That New SPRING SUIT Made to your measure under ike skilled supervision of otir staff of tailors. We have just received a large shipment o Spring Tweeds, Fancy Worsteds, Serges and Cheviots from the largest importers of British wooljens for ladies' and gentlemen's tailored Fred Thaell's 315 FHth SlreetS. 1160 315 Fiftk ;