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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE FOliUTEEX TliK I.lCTHBWDGfi DAILY 11ERALH SATURDAY, MARCH 23, (919. Shoplitling Ii.fUU prevalent In Calvary stores. Adam. Bell, a pioneer resident of Ecarboro township, is Brcwery worters went on strike in Winnipeg. They were only se'.ung US and SIS a week. Light rails may be- brousht iron.' France to up SasMU j lauds lo soldier settlement. j Manv calls for for diers' families are beine received m Canary. Executives of the r. K. o. and ij-' bor are to meet in to I'l-n united action in politics. More than aliens, .n.'sllyAusiri- ans, registered in iv.o days from M agara and vkinm. ed Mrs Jam-.; Lennox, of WUrton. corned her 1-th birthday recent- ly. She lias lived in the reigns ol six Lowest penny bank deposits per pu- ir al1 I'ansils !s--'ha Jist. tiru rc-onthi of U'lS wire in Hanover, four cents each on an average. Manitoba Legislative Assembly de- rided 10 relieve soldiers' property o. taSBtlon grant uid to pareats deprived of their son' Hamilton bricklayers will demand ti an hour Cor the coming seasons m-ork. At present' they receive 70 cents. A temporary power house .for. the British American Nickel Corporation, at 'Murray illnV was bsrued. Loss. It cost the county of Wellington JSiCS per annum lo maintain each person in the county house of. refuge at Fergus. The costs included the su- leal's family and hired nelp. SAN-TRO-PAS The Healer of Every Cut, Wound or Bruise h Lethbridge People Have Used.San- Tro-Pas and Proved Its Merits. is a perfect antiseptic, scientifically compounded exclusively from nature's remedies. contains no animal fals, can be used wiih absolute safety on the most delicate the body. People who use SAN-TRO-P AS say it is the greater t cleansing and healing compound. TT IR AM inFAl -mFATTMENT FOR ANY KIND OF SORES, INCUJDINC POISONED OR RUNNING SORES Smrk PAINFUL SWELLINGS, BOILS OR ULCEROUS 'N- SORE. JOINTS, SPRAINS, STOAINS.AND BRUISES, ETC. It Will Relieve Pain and Inflamed Conditions is not in an experimental stage. It bas been thoroughly tested for years by Doctors oi nAt- outibU jVntcBrily ability, who Ue pronounced U to be the rx4l healing agent m their C used by Semwith abVte Therefore you can use SAN-TRO-PAS with absolute confidence ohm- mediate relief, no matter what other remedies have failed. h never (ails to removte the poisonous matter from the parts affected; leaving a healthy growth of tissue and affectino a speedy and permanent cure. is THFRF PROUD FLESH CONDITIONS where SAN-TRO-PAS is used. In case of severe Bruises as .Spmb. and Strained .Ligaments Bronchial Coughs, thrcafcnd PneunSn a and Synovitis of the knee (Water on the knee Knee ,f applied as TRO-PAS will oive instant and soothing relief, and a per manent cure very quickly, as he accompanymg testmion- ials will is easy to apply and will in no way interfere with your daily routine. Is Made in Lethbridge by Lethbridge IS in chare of t Citizens of Lethbridge own and make i fcbrifidehtly depend on what they claim for in placing this healing remedy on the marKet. YJW.C.A. in charge of the company. You can their reputation and that of SanTro Pas i. at .take In lh" Intercolonial railway new at Monctoh, X. B.. David Robi- cband, ased 32. was burned to death. Ha -was "engaged in working on the inside of an oil tank which was being repaired. 'He was roasted to sealh tore tbe flazw could be smothered. Vn Easier offering of to the Cathedral ol St. John the Divine in Hew York is provided in the will, pro- bated at WTerheed, of Commodore Frederic C.' Bourne, former head of the Singer SewIns'.JMachine company who died at-hls Lobs Island borne. John Thomas O'Brien was sentenced to the Ohio penitentiary for- sersn jeira lor having passed a worthless eh-ct for SlOO bearing a forced Inre o' Woodrow Wilson. The check passed in 1SI3, when Wilson was governor of-New JtTsey. delegation of retail merchants Tailed on Hon. A. K. McLean and presented a series of recommendations consideration of. the government. Among them was i suggestion that the government some steps to prevent dishonest advertising. Tlev. Father XarcUsS A. Troie, the first French-Canadian Superior Gener al of "the Order of St. Sulpice, and to cf years parish priest of St James and Notre Dtme, died -Mont- real on Saturday morning following a long Illnejii Uie end coming with trn- expected scddenness. A'tablet -which has been placed in' the ProCathrfral of toe Redeemer In Calgary'4O the memory of tho late Captain Eraesl Pinttiam, of the ori- ginal 31st ftittalinn, who was Mlled in action at tbejbaMle of Courcellette on 6epl. 15, will be unreiled by Ihe ..J'ery Revereid Dean shortly. One of Uie best widely known Jiers ot lie Great Lakes, Captain Ed- ynrt RoberUon, away'at Su ilia as a remit of a stroke suffered two -weeks ago. For about 2; yfcars he was associated with the olc Bestty line and the Northern NfTiga- tion COTOJMJ. He had been llrtng Retired for the past two years. Lieiil- Wright, len week home from overseas, died at Edmon (on from appendicitis, for which he was operated upon. He was the firsl man lo sign tho list when the origin- nl 49th Battalion was organized, aafl four years' service returned to JMmonlon, where he was appointed officer commanding at tbe Armories. A queer story has engaged (he at- tention of the divorce court. William HcginaH OriKitrn, ol Hie Air Fores obtained a decree of nullity o'. marrl age with hU stepmother. The appll can', went to Canada and was follow td after his father's death by the re spondent with whom he lived in a shack at Cobalt, Onl. They aubsc. qoently married. A further ftble revelation wag that before the ptlltlon was filed the woman married another, man. Approximately one out of every nine marriages In the United Slates. la ler- dlvor.ce, accordins to fig- ures compiled by the of (he census in U. S. Excluding South Car- olina, where all laws pcnnitting di- vftrce weie repesled 1898, the' three lowest divorce rates In .IMP, for, which >ear returns are now completed, are shown for the district lof Colutrrofe. North Carolina amt New York, where the rates were 13..31 and 32 pec Mist- ant director Y. M. C, A. FRED ROSE, laU R, A. F. W. F. KEATING, dispensing chemist. W. H. IRWIN, police LIEUT. F. FILM Eft, C. F. A, C: E. F. GUNNER JESSE FILMER, C. F, A., C. E. F. GUNNER WM. SCOTT, C.f. A .C. E. F. TROOPER p. A. IRWIN; R; c D-, B. E. F. PRfVATE ED. O'SULLIVAN Engtneers, C. E. F. O. B, Stoner 1 'eople You ow Who lecommend SaiiTro-Pas AN-TRO-PAS, AND FAMILY NECESSITY. -TRaPAS eomes lie to the .use. ma ac- ihe'oil and.wloe by Iho Sjuiiar.ltan "W" thing that hare seen. 1 sero It m 'weeks'-, wounds that are puzzled' the Doctors for months. I from o ob- servation' ol ils: ment< in healing woundLthat SAN- TRO-PAS li a family ne- cessity In every household of the lar.d. W. 0. The Mansfe, Red Alberta, Dec. 4th, ISIS. A TRIAL BOX OF SAN-TRO- PAS WILL CONVINCE ANY PERSON Or ITS REMARK- ABLE HEALING VALUES. PRICE 50c SAN-TRO PAS CLEAN UP .AND HEAL. BOILS, SEALING BREASTS; FINDERS, ETC} BURNS AND SCALDS, BRUISES, CUTS AND LACERATION FROST BITES, GANGRENE, POISONED SORES, ULCER HIVES, SCABIES RINGWORM, WJROfULA. fctni .CURES BOILS SUCCESSFULLY. Lcthuridge, All.erta, January 81 1913- The Koot.Toggery. PAIN CEASES IMMEDIATELY. Kemmel Camp, Itbyl, W.lns, Nov Slh, W.ll. No. 3J08S14 78th Batlery, C.E.r. SANTRO-PAS CURES COUGHS AFTER INFLUENZA. T Lcthbrldge, Alta., December Utb, ISIS. il wanUo' tt.t Ihe Influenxa l.fl lhal caused me consiilernble discomfort anil 10 SAN'-TKO-PAS Plaster removed ie Plaster on mr chest for five ens of the Cough had disappeared.. e Irt nlgbt all J, STANLEY Maoufactured by The Mfg. Co., Lid. Utkbridfe, Albert. XtUG STORES IN LETHBRtDGE. LETrlBMOOE V-H.C.A., MXflAOEP! I Ott SUPPLIES fltfjjI.JHE is an Unfailing Renv dy for Burns and Eczema SAN-TRO-PAS is a Specific (or Scalds and Burns, t will draw out all the fire from the in a remarkably short time, and heal it WlTHOUl that unsightly scar. ECZEMA of different forms is common today. Do not for SAN-TRO-PAS wiil give you instant fceal the trouble. We shirtv you ihepeople who have been heal- e of cases of after trying all other known remedies for years without success. SAN TRO-PAS Healed them. will give instant relief in ihe'worst cases of Hives, and heal them with one or two apjiiications. ARE OtVEN IN THE CIRCULAR THAT EACH, BOX OF SAN-TRO-PAS, Montana which Ki and ;