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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, J4ARCH12, MAILY HF.RAIJ5, Wants Pensions v Kll teipectinz Indiam Loads im a C. OTTAWA, Canadian Arthur Uelcheo. min- ister InUrior, bill thli aftaracoa respecting Indian IsnJa In ailWi Columbia. In ft im sp iwlntfd to report OB dllferuees be- tween tho governments ot tho Domln real Star, with In the British home ot commons tq taa case of a British soldier aal eallor who aaJ- to British Columbia and thres' dajr? went to United SUtes British Columbia 'was full ol ployed Canadian Dr. Upland this mater had been Introduced by an Independent .member of 'the British Hon. J..'A.'CftUtr. raialitar. loi- ,_I4ratlon and said he no information, retarding the la point.' but thought :th'e '.sUMl' was Veil under control. N: 'W. introduced resolution which., ho cxytalaed, (or the purpose of correcting a cleri- cal error in thf Royal Canadian Mounted Police bill nov before the house. He then iveal ou to make JL plea for Increased penilous tor veterans of tha mounted police, drawing attention to the tact that these pensions were baced upon the salaries paid to tho petitioners when en the active list- In tbe case of a number of pensioners, EilariM la pre-war .days wero not large advance In the WESTERN FUND IS CLOSING LONDON', Mirei Canadian of Canter- bury aad York Issued a statement regarding the closing of their Western Canada fund, which Is now completing about 10 they say, that Ihev nrlshjo' leave the irork on a' firm bacls and propose to hand orer missions and enulpmeat lo the ehureh la Canada at a permanent part ot Its v OR, RUTHERFORD REpOftTI ON RACING But Laborites Wouldn't Siaad Vor it and He Was Barred From Ihe Party ion and Brltlch Columbia in lespsot of living since the war had tho lo Indian landa. It" had louud' pensions on theeo salaries ibso- ImpoulMe, Mr. said, to ratl- ly the finding of the commissions. Tho bill was to enable the govern- ment to negotiate with the govern- ment of British Columbia and reach u. conclusion OT the basis of the com- mission's'findings with certain modi- Similar legislation was, be- ing introdvcftd In the legislature of British Columbia. Mr. Meichen also introduced a bill amending the Indian Act. This bill, ho Bald, looks to ft more ready enfran- chisement of tie Indians, that was te cty, the ol Indlaus to a Cull itus'ot cttlEenihlp. lutely lnr.deo.uate. VETERANS REFUSE TO ASK FOR DEBARRING OF ENEMY SUBJECTS 1'HINCE ALBERT, Sask., March 11. Canadian this session of the' convention o( the Great War Veterans' Assocla- LONDON, March IJ.-rTho Labor party has cancelled Its endorsement of Mr. MInahan a? the party candidate In Sydney In Ihe forthcoming state elec- tions for asserting that preparations bud been made for declaring Australia a republican the second conscrlplloa referendum had carried and for sign- lug a pledge favoring the uncondlt lonal release of all says a dispatch to tho Ixmdon Times from Sydney. The dispatch adds that further, MInahan has beeu barred from the party for seven years. H is as- serted that his statements were scar- ing a large moderate section of the community on whose votes he was confidently counting. Mr. Minahan is a wealthy boot man ufacturcr and has been one of the fin naclal props of his party. j organltatlon, together with a trust and of Interest of which1 to bo applied to pointalu a mlsalun ud support body of pioneer clergy, specially minister, emigrants and HI- ers in the new districts In the wast. special closioj service is to be held n Westminster Abbey on June 8 and he gift will be presented by the Slsh- ps of Oxford and Worcester at the real centenary at Winnipeg u October 13. for all time was defeated by a narrow i majority and an amendment defining It a 50 Provided for ho compulsory d an -i thai po7iod car- A strong I'esolulioa from Port Qu'- tliat preference bo men over all othnr Act. The.bill a first- time. Before the orders of the day -.vero called, Hon. Mackenie would bring the matler up again on [ir. f- v Unemployed II. S. Belaud, Jlcaucc, read 'roi.i n cable In the Munt- KeepYourSkin-Pores Active and Healthy Soap ed tho acllns premier regarding tho j f mel, in g0vernmeiit carried unanimously, acting minister that HAT WONDER DOES SOME GOOD PITCHING JACKSONVILLE, Kin., March Manager Itohinsou gave the Dodgers tivo workouts yesterday, sending the leaius into a full nine-Innings game in (he afternoon. The teams finished in a tic-, f, to George'.Molinrl. the Medicine Hat wonder, iiilchcd three more innings te'a shut-out, making i straight innings', without 'a "run ig made off him.! Only tour safe hits have heen made off Mpbart so tar. ll in SEMEDAN MAY BE NEW COWBOY. SPORTS TO BE NEW FEATURE OF SPRING HORSE SHOW An added attractions In the form o some real cowboy sports will be of the new features of the 1920 Spi Horse Show to be held In Calgarj March "3rd to 27th. This addition t the regular Horse Show program wiil be presented every evening o the show and on Saturday attemoo under tbe dtrectiou of Guy WcadlcX who has brought some of his we known bucking horses that created" s ifiiich comment at the Stampede hel in Calgary last August bt which h was manager. Miss Florcs La Due the world champion fancy roper, well rcmcmhe cd for her performances at the Stan pede of 1912 aa well as tlie one of lai ycnr, will give exhibitions of In roping. Strawberry Reel Woll, th broncho buster who made so many friends in Calgary and was the talk of. the Stampede by his dare-devil feats of horsemanship, will also be prominent in the bucking rjd; Ing'exhibttions. Some real riding and ot ei: citement is promised in this portion of tbe Spring Horse Show. OTTAWA, March report ol Dr. J. O. Kutherford, who was appointed a commis- sioner to iarestfarale the whole quution ol race tracks and track In Canada, In the commorri jmt trtore the rootu. It U that lefiiU- tton buel on tfctt report will bronchi ton by (OT- U Ue Mar Constitutional Difficulties Again Crop Visits 'Home Secretary LON'DONV March Canadian old standing constitution- al difficulties on tho Isle of Man have come to a head by the Many govern- ment going virtually on strike. The lirlllsh home secretary yesterday met a deputation from tho tiitle Island's legislature, who talked of trying oth- er means If the present representa- tions failed. Tlie homo secretary wanted lo know if they were going to have a of tho visitors. The Island, of course derives most of HE, prosperity from holiday-makers. Tho home secretary admitted that' th.o deputation had strong case. A section of the Manx rtmlcont-ents has long advocated sweeping away" the so-called Islam rule by sending a member lo Westminster. HUNGARIAN PREMIER BUDAPEST, March Alexander a mlddle-aged: lawyer '.and an ardeiU champion of. tho'Christian movement, hag.accepted the .formicg; a Tiew jnjnIstry. Karl. Hus- ;Sir7Vwho has neen nrSin'Ier since last Novemher, refused the_ iujitalion of Admiral Horthy, tue ffiw: regent, to form cabinet' Angered because ,liis teacher ha( serit him to the principal o! the Doug lass School, Cincinnati, for jiunisl merit, Lawrence i Angel, H years o age, BCOSG in his.sent in his scboo room and shot, the teacher tbroug the arm. Brunton Htiokef Everything for the SUNDAY TABLE FRANCE SHORT OF COAL OWING-TO STRIKE EATUS, March; deflcli. of twenty thousand tons of eoul will ot-lhe miuora'.strike'! Pelit Parisien, which" s'ayV1 a ;restric'j Mori on consumption will bo :ijnpbsed to remedy the slluation. WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVE HER ALONE CEDRIC REPAIRS COSTLV Buy your LARD from us tomorrow and save money, 3 fc. pa3 Pure Lard Cooking Eggs, per dozen................50c Liver, 2 DJS. for....................... 1 Sc Blood Sausage, per Ib....................15c Home Cured Bacon, by piece, per Ib........50c per Ib. Sliced, per Ib........................ 55c WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF BEEF, MUTTON, PORK AND t" i VEAL AT POPULAR PRICES. j PHONE 1698 NEW TOUK, Jlirch cosl ol repairs to (he White Star liner Cedric, which was disabled Saturday when a loaded flat car swung under her stern and broke ihe rudder-head. is The. liner will te with, drawn' from.thp. service of Ihe com- pany (or about a montb. DESTROY MONTREAL LANDMARKS AS NEW COURT HOUSE SITE MONTREAL, llarch twelve houses that were built year 1700 are being destroyed InUhe coh: slruction of the new court hrmse, for ihis city. Among them is the old by the Astors two ce'nr luries ago while accumulating their ;reat fortune in the northwest' fur. .rade. SPRING MILLINERY TRIMMED HATS and STREET HATS NOW ON DISPLAY Flowers, Feathers and Everything in Millinery Shown. TRY TO JUSTIFY MARASH MASSACRtj L A. SCOTT 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTfl CONSTANTINOPLE, March 12.-; Safa Bey, Turkish minister of foreign' affairs, discussing the MarAsb Irayedy act! the. Clliclan Bltiintlon today, CTO'.'J itically denied thnt there was anyrj orgatilzetl massacre of Armenians J claiming that one or two hundred nonfl combatants, Turks ns well as hart been killed or Hlsj IK that after the British troons'i witbilrcw, thu French largft ot Armenians !u Ihe -local; gendarmerie. T.ilrols formed-of Ar- menians made themselves offensive, in tbe Mussulman districts of Marash. and committed violence aid criuiu.i against tho Moslems. Miss Eva P. Yuleman, Ont., "I feel that I must write and tell you of the benefit have received from Mlllmm's Heart and Nerve Pills, About four years ago was taken terribly bad with my heart, nerves and fainting spells, and was down In bed. for about six months. I doctored with two different doctors and seemed to get better, although the fainting spells would not learo 1110. 1 would take suck terrible falls, wherever I was, (that It was not s'nfo to leave me alono at any time. At last 1 decided to reiort to proprietary medi- cines and took several different Mndn, but teemed to receive but Httle benefit from them. One day noticing the ad- vertisement of Mllburn'fi Heart and Nerve Pills I decided to lry( them, and before I had taken more than two boxes I could eeo they were helping me. I havo taken about ten boxes, and am almost cured of those terrible spells. I sincerely feel that your medi- cine hae proved a blessing to me, and I advise any cue troubled' with their heart to try them, as I am eonfiaenl they will find relief." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pilla are 50c fl box at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mllburn Co, Limited, Toronto, Ont. Advertisement. Engagement No other gift will oa to-treia- ured by recipient. No other gift should have such care and discretlon'tn selecting. You will fTnd us to Fn selecting "the ring." R. A. WRIGHT The City's l-argest and Finest 1898 Jewelry Store 1920 Balmoral Block Bui! Gone Ht Feelt Fine All ihe Time Since Taking TinliC, _, He BLOODHOUNDS CHASE CONVICTS BISMARCH, W. D., March Jlloodhounrls icday are searching-for tho-four'convicts who escaped last night from the stnle penitentiary near) here, by tunneling through Iho wall] of the prison building. One of tbt men, Arthur Buck. Is a life (ermer, bc-j lug sentenced for murder and'has served two FISHtNG SCHOONER WRECKED NEW YORK, March Hayes ami five men of the crew of thn British UiiCfi-maKted schooner Mntd of IA Havre, from St. John'a XfM., for Bahia, with a cargo of fish, wcro pick- ed up at sea by Ihn White Slar llnor Adriatic, and landed hero today. The .schooner encountered a succession o! causing heavy damage. Thn wreck was set on fire and abandoned, PRINCE OF WALES IS HON. COMMANDANT, R.C. M. P. LONDON, March .I'rincc of Wales. It (s under- stood, lias accepted a position- ff as honorary commandant of the Hoyal Canadian Mounlod Police. c- Strychnine Our supply of Strych- nine has arrived. We can save you mon- ey on quantities. There being no avail1 able supplies at the wholesalers you should get yours now, at Open Until 9 o'clock To-night Tiia Frank Hedley Drug Co. Best Values in the City in ENGLISH We have just received a large shipment of fancy hand painted cups and saucers. We are selling these "My three years of Inmblag hare not only been overcome I.start- ed laking Tanlao bull! have gained fifteen pounds in vclght waa the statement made recently by Dom- Inqne a well-known shoe- maker, employed by the P. Paris' Shoo Store ol Hasting TVesl, irlio lives at 1749 Fourth Are, West, Van- couver, B. C. "During Iho past three years I have troubled with indigestion so bad that I lost ray appetite almost entire- continued Mr. Saliaberry. thing ate disagreed with roe, and for three solid hours after a meal 1 wonld be in misery belclilng up gas and un- digested food. So much gas formed that it pressed up aronnd my hear', and caused U to palpitate terribly, and .at llmea I felt llko I waa going to choke and 1 would hare to Gght to get' my breath. I was troubled with Loartburn a great deal and I severe pains under my hoait that I would have weak epcltg, I was so nervous that the least litdo noise out of the ordinary would upset me end oflcn I would hare burs I ing headaches. I wns so restless and hard- ly able lo sleep that t for niglit lo come, mid I lost a great dral of weight rind felt no acik and out of sorts I was icarcoly abte to 4o my work. "I began taking Tanlac on the Rd vico of a friend who came up to me ono day and satd: "I IHWO tried Tan- lac for tho name that you have and have never found anything to equal Well, lie cerUinly put [me on the right track for after taWng five hottlco I am feefing na fine as a man could want to feel, I hare such a fino appetite that I can scarcely got enough lo tnt and it makes no difference what I eat I can digest 11 perfectly and never have a sign o Indigestion. I nm not troubled with belching, heartburn or dlzr.y spells and my breathing Is free and normal Headaches are n thing of the pas fynd I'am no longer nervous or rest ices and can sleep all night long, bave gainer! bacK my lost weight have new strength nnd energy abou' mo arid (eel beller than I have In am three years. Tnnlac Is ccrlalnly a de, pendable medicine and It Is given a, fair trial will do everything the} it will." Is sold In Jicthbridgo by John n. Hlgfnbotham Co.; in Coal hurst by Diamond Drug ft Stationery Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Der at a' Special Price, Cup and Saucer, only ACT PROMPTLY IF YOU WANT TO GET IN ON THIS PRICE A large assortment of fine quality Hand Painted >om 50c to a piece. Ail new and attractive styles and decorations. Cloverleaf Cnpi and Saucers 25c and up A Fine Amrtmeot Dinner Sets from to Tea Sets from to Come and look over our stock while it is complete, even U you do not require anything at the present lime. THESE PRICES GOOD DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH 52-5 1Sth STREET NORTH GENERAL HARDWARE Palace Market Choke CrAMfjtl J5 FRESH CtC ECGS, per doi, Choice Guts of Veal, Choice legs ofHutton, perib. -32c Choice front Quarters Mutton, III, He fresh liver, 2 16s, for 15c Prime Roast Beef Drippinyer 111. All our Beef is No. 1 fresh killed and our prices are the lowest in the city< We can save you money on everything you'buy in this market, Palace Meat Market 13th. StN. Phone 431 ;