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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 23, IS20 THK LKIhBHlDGE DAILY HRRALD PAGE NINE CLEANLINESS IS HEALTH By use of Lye, house cleaning Is miuie pleasure instead of a drudgery. It softens .the water and cleans thoroughly whether the dirt ia visible or invisible. Destroys all bacteria and infectious germs, removes obstructions from drain pipes, sinks, etc. Refrigerators are made delightfully fresh and clean by using one teaspoonful of GUIett's Lye dissolved in two gallons of water.. "GILLEftT'S LYE EATS DIRT" Made In Canada. Had danco at ths 0. F. this aftcrn'Xin and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fiord AtXinaon are rocelviug congrstulaiions on the birth Of a daughter, which look place at tho Vulcan hospital on the 12th in'st. (Continued from Page Eight) brought to the'Irreducible minfmuDi. Drastic beKlooicg the reduction of government de- partipenle, bureaus and commissions -Uhe Jnalstahce of 'efficiency In eirerjy branch of'.the government ser- vice; should, he put Into effect at once. Resolute retrenchment anil ruthless ecpribrav "Is {he- only sound policy. be cutting down or of government apprpp- nations as will bring our expenditures ivfthln 'our 'revenue. Only by such means can we check the rise In tho costlof living, and prepare to weather Ufe itorra." Enforced Personal Economy ,QncQ. the government Jms set. the example, they, c'an. insist on the In- dividual geltinB.'into Hne.' 'In these- days when of money is BO tittle the.average cSt- iaonj the government might well im- economy on the wasters. It Is surprising Iriat Jn Conada where rev- enue Is BO badly, needed, we hive neglected to make use of the luxury 'feo gehorally'hi effect throughout (he world) to force economy on'our spenders and to compel our people to buy more'nt home, j Limit to Taxes Is evident to the casual observer that there.ia a itroit to the taxes; which the bu'StncBS of pay. Taxation 'In 'Canada Is already near the point at which thrift, buai- HOSE enterprise an.d new capital lor development'becomes da'ngerbusly Im- paired: Jii'acm.e-'o? ourLprovince6 that limit, to" have been reached. AVe mult pay our war debt, not by tax- ing our tlntr, business to denlh, but by developiivg "JieV of wbaltli.. .j. No More Borrowing .'H thfl.biislnha of the country ready carrying its full load io taxation and the expenditure la fo" continue, It ia 'evident that1 further of tho govern- ment' occur.' Under the condi- tions we arc 1 ikply to experienco for this least, such borrowings wJll not only, to the present great burdens ol the country but.also will be disaBlrpuB to "the, credit of Canada. It should :bc'made plain to our legli iators tnlp.rate no more government loans. Carr Wir- Retrench? concerned for yeari ouly'in accomplishment gardless. of 'expense, its officials schooled In..the. extravagance of war itg deparlments built up on a war basis, spending unlimited millions without any concern as to how it was obtained supplied Ing on .the narrowest margin-In their experience. This Is no time (or 'Mother Hubbard .Governments" (covering everything .and tpuching nothing.) Popular opinion should not permit our legislators to time or wait for something to turn up. The call of the hour Is 'far action. 'Netd'Fort Citizens' Union Has not the time arrived (in these days of Unions) when the. great body of Canadians, who know no class, dis- tinctions and who have at heart only the best interests of JCaimda" as a whole, should join in a real citizens', union so through .organization, and co-operation, they (Continued from Front Page.) ol A. J. Andrews, K.C., senior coun- sel Tor the in hi3 address to the jury. He also paid'compliments to the efforts of the crown counsel in searching documents with a micro- scope for signs of poison. Crown Case Built Up The evidence supplied by the crjwn was but on effort to build up a case against (he-accused. It had been un- necessary to call any witness for tho can make their-united-, voice-heard, dercnsc not'havirig dojie so. and heeded. ia urgent need for the active co- operation of all loyal Canadians save our Dominion from '-'drifting" into the breakers ahead. MONTREAL UNIVERSITY GETS FOR ONE' BEAVER SALE Orgonization- Formed ar.d Of- ficers Elected President Wood Addressed Big Meeting (From Oiir Orc'n VULCAN. March' pros- pects are looking bettor here all the thus. We had a loi ot rain In the fall which1 save us about three feet and since then wo have had a succession ot heavy soon-storms Tollowoil by mild w'er.ther. end much of this has roiked into the ground un- til tho earth is .a veritable muclc There Is sufficient moisture now to give the crop. eopd big start, and given as much rain as had last summer, there will be plenty of mois- ture to bring a big crop to maturity. Evtobue Is optimistic, and the days of 1215 and 1916 are sanguincly looked forward to by 'tha farmers, and it Is believed that the Vulcan district will again take Its place In the front rank as ihe finest number one .'northern wheat growing1 district in Canada; The third monthly, luncheon of the Vulcan Community Club will be Held in the Imperial hotel on Thursday, the 25th inst. the Rev. Capt. nobert Pearson will be the speaker, and a big aiterVd'arice' Is anticipated.. The returned men of the district, In- i eluding territory between Aldersyde In complimenting the crown for their land champion the oddfellows' case, he claimed it was similar to lhBjhill on the purpose ol I forming a Great War Veterans' 'Asso- the crown claimed to have been a con- The defend could brought a rebuttal to every btt ridence brought in by the crown. Montreal Convention Slirred by Action of Toronto Woman Delegate Present Cold All Gorte-NotA" Bit of Cough' Left. grtil ikto morning. "As soon as I Mi it coming on ycsiftday I used Gray's Syrup ani nippeJ il in ihe.bud. Juit tnlsi an hour at v.-e are so busy and Gray's Syrup Is a in cur fainily, ihe fo'.lss have used it for sixty years. Image mentioned In the Bible with head of sold and tho feet of clay. It' had ho depth. I'rltehard said the crown had loltl 6 accused wore des- MONTREAL, Sales ai the openine seasjon this morning ol "Instead of going around with 1 couple of -Mills bombs In my pocket 'finnd bowie knives In my socfcs, yon Ihe Canadian Puv Auctions, to be fhat "my "weapons are "mortal here, all Ibis, week, totalled f 190.473. i aynamlte." he declared. Skins disposed of included mole. in sarcastic reference to Mr, And- polar, and black bear and mink. The rows. Pritcharrl declared that first sale was that of' beaver skin, )le cnibieroatlc of Canada, which was auc- real University building fund. It wrought and this ftum and ttie skin were presented to the university- authorities.- nieroac o ana, w was auc-' ity to write, from the speech "the for Uis benefit tlie Mont-1 fmC5t musical Comedy erer put on tho wished for musical' nbil- to write, from the speech "the boards." The speech, he said, was inconsist- ent and polntcd-to passages which he contended were contradictory. Referring to (lie litemtur'e and'cors respondence, he told the. Jury trial their meanings had been twisted. "Factory Hells' Work ot today, he declared, was hideous thing in our factory hells Egst'ead filed a creek claim ,at tb'e aulhj which strangles and and con- agcncV of the Dominion by jury..what .they Aisask. on Friday afternoon. He1 could expect a corporation lawyer to brought from a shallow .what know about honest; hard work. mau for .his trade. Everj ALSASK EXCITED OVER FILING OF CLAIM appeared, to and "Every man for .his trade. Even n'nalyate from Calgary "says that is it' he mineral Is really that precious metaij difty or he went on, and con Tlie'well f.s located on the farm of W.I tended that honorable- trades were Andre, 10 miles west of-Alsaak, near an old creek or small river bed. It ia an ideal' place for placer mining and excitement is running high. BABY DOLLS CARRIED BOOZE joined together Iri' trades unions for lation'. About fitly, returned veterans vcre prciscnt, and all were enthuslas- lo over the prospect ot forming a oca! at Vulcan where they can get irsl hand information pertaining to natters'mllita'ry in regard to land set-, leinent schemes, pensions, vocational ra.ihiug, and last'but not lonus question, etc. The provincial G. W. Illncks, was down from Calgary for the purpose of assisting the boys to organize, and ;ave some very valuable Information in regard to organization and' work of the its. various branches as well as aii-'explanation as to the workings and'by- laws.' He also had "copies, of the var- ious resolutions be placed before Ihe'goveruihent iu the, forth- comiiig i T. Jl. elected presi- dent] Dn >.G. "Ice-presi- dent; H. Daines, necond vice-presi- dent; G. 11. Middletcn, secretary- treasurer, executive-rommit- tee.composed of.Oomfailcs Slmington, Wainwrlght, Macljeod and execative are already looking for suiyiblelclubrooms. and It is hopeil before lo'rtfio secure suitable accommodations carry on the work of. tbo-new local. legitimate purposes. March At the op enlng of the anuual convention of tho Groat War Veterans' 'Association of Canada' in the Windsor, this morning, tbe greater part of tho session was taken up by the- registration of.creden tlals. The meeting having been open- ed'at about noon, upward ;of 300 dole- gatss had filed credentials. A considerable stir has been creat- ed by tho news lhal Harry Flynn, of Toronto, Is to a veteran-s' mass meeting in tho city tonight. Among tho delegates registered are Mrs.- W. Garland Foster, of .N'etson. >B. 0.. the'first woman'delegate ever to be'seatcd at a G. W. V. A. conven- tion; and John M. Lobban, of New York, representing tho British Great, War Veterans' Association of Amer- ica.' President Purney was given n hearty reception on taking the chair. The morning session closed with the adoption of the complimentary res- olutions to tho 'following: Prince ot Wales, Field JIarshal Haig, Marshal Foch and General Currie, in tho form of greetings. That to the Prince was passed amidst great- ap- plause and the singing of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." 5IKCE 11870 SHILOH A Little "Danderlne" Your Hair Coming Out .and Doubles Its Beauty. KIDNEY Immigrant Women Bearing Imitation Infants Rouse Suiplcion. He showed where held him responsible lor- articles in papers tie had never seen, for sayings of labor mon ho had never heard of. In my most egotistical .1 moments I never took to myself halC H. W. [president ol the U, F. drew a 'feVy- large crow'd of j farmers and loc.al_pcople> when 'hei gayerhis ndtfress before the ibcat-U.' I-1, j A.'in the Oddfellows'- hall on tho 10th migrant woman s eagerness to from her trunk a large china to the discovery by the cusU cers of -300 Hearts of fine old braiidy- without] hidden in part of tho White nuestlqrt 'hy a patriotic Star, liner Cretic, from Mediterranean suph a goyernmont effect ihe retrench- The officers saw hastily Uke. a big doll from her trunk and attempt to carry it They also noticed {hat two other worncn on the the power ascribed to me by Uie he told the jury. M r i Declaring that his fate, but not his BOSTOA, March 23.-Anttalifm jn the oi and fp.onpmjes tho present nation demands? 'Or must it be a new broom' to sweep clean? It Is nearly' a a half since the Armistice- whan this question wns first asVerl rind it' still waits for a favorable answer. No to Waste and procraatlon (in the part of our poliltcians will but the dress of the lirsl doll anil a conform the uneasiness of the in the clothing of i Ontario, sands of Canadians who are toilay llv-' eacTi of the 1SS2. J jury and making an Impassioned ap- ina doll led pcal fo-r a vcrdict of not Elliity Win- 1 lvens brought hls address' to a close last night.. While making reference to the hardship which his family ivouUl Kilffer if he wero sent to prison, he was overcome by emotion, but kept on. his voice shaking and tears roll- pier wero 'ciuldling .large dolls iii iheir arms. j Puzzled and amazed, the officers Investigated, out of curiosity, and found a gallon Jug of brandy beneath ing down his checks., WINNIPEG c6lMTRACTOR DIES AVINNIPEG, March Davidson, CS, senior jnember of David- son Hrolhers, contractors, died yester- Hc was horn in Ivepds county, ajid came to Winnipeg in GJJNARD ANCHOR a! d so n PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW K.A. Vic. Apt21 Carmanla ..May 15 Yauban ..Mayli K.A. Vie. May29 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Mauretanla I...................Apiat Imperator.................... May 8 5 NEW BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON iyl Oeorge Apl 14 Ityl George May 16 Kyi (Jccirge Jim 25 Kyi George JiilSS NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND LIVERPOOL Carmanla ..Apl 10 Caronla ..May22 Caronia.......'......'.........June 20 NEW via Movillo Columbia.' Apl 17 Columbia .May23 .July X Columbia '.Jury 31 NEW AND I HAMBURG Saxonia Ap'110 NEW AND 'HAVRE NEW AS, GREECE; Pannonia .Apl 14 Cassandra ....................Apl 24 SaUirnia ..May 1 Cassandra Ma'yU Saturnla ..June 5 Cassandra July 3 Grafts, Moaey Orders 'auri Cable Remittances. For full Informc-tion apply to. any R. R. and S. S. agents, or to Coir pany's Office, 'SCOTT BLOCK.' 270'Main St. WlnnloeB To slop falling hair at once and rirl the scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a small bottle of "Dandcritie" at any dnig or toilet counter for u [eiv a litlle in your hand and rub well Into tho scalp. After several applications all damlrufC usually goes and stops, comins out. Every hair In your head.soon shows life, vis- or, brightness, thickness and more The hall packed ity, and Mr. Wood's address heUl the a'ndience for the belter part of two Negotiations are stiH in progress in regard, to bringing Hatfield, the "rain- to Mr. Harry Noel, former manager of the Imperial hotel, has Interviewed Mn. Halfielff person- ally at Crow's .accord- ing to a telegram' received from Mr. is'oel, the said llatfiekl Is producing wonderful results.' This, It is alleged, is Iho ninth time that Mr. Hatfield has been called to that place in sunny California to produce rain, and ho claims he has never yet failed to de- liver the goods. Some people arc quite enthusiastic over getting him here this year, but ihe majority seem to think that Providence.and the ele- ments will see to it that we do not .need any artificial means to produce sufficient moisture for our needs this WEAR OUT THE SYSTEM, A Surprising Improvement In Comfort often comes to the coffee drinker, when He, changes from coffee to Postum, That seems to be the sure way to t j 2. determine whether coffee is harmful. If any discomfort due to coffee is "disturbing' you, change to The standard of quality is High, there has been no increase in price and the taste is most satisfying to those who enjoy a coffee-like flavor. At Grocers Canadian Postum Cereal Co. Lid. Windsor, Ont, year The band boys have been practicing very industriously for 'tho past two montlis, and the 'result Is that they will place (he frui' s of their labors bcforo the public ifl tho shape of a minstrel show, which will be held in the Community theatre on Friday, the 26th instant, at 3 p.m. Their slogan tho arid they expect of a crmvd at Ihelr show. Miss -.Muriel (Hidden, of the Bank _____.__ of Commerce staff at Calgary, was n Vulcan visitor from Friday to Tues- I day this week. I Mlsa Cassie, teacher of the wlio has been 111 at her homo at Welaskiwin fdr several weeks, re- turned to Vulcan on Saturday and has assumed lier regular work at the school. the Vulcan hospital, on evening, the 12th o( March, beloved ivitc-of Hector Mar- cellus, after a very brief illneas, aged and EJ monllia.; Mineral ser- vices were held at Iho Presbyterian churcn on tho Monday following. The funeral wns very largely attended by relatives nnd friends of Iho deceased and many beautiful floral tributes bore witness of the esteem In which the young woman was held. 'Cap" Hardnkcr, of the Community The dry, hacking'cough, cough day and night is very wearing on the sys- tem. The constant coughing disturbs the rest and keeps the iungs aud bronchial tubes in such an irritated and inflamed condition they get no cliiince to heal. You will find In Dr, Norway Pine Syrup a remedy without an equal for, curing cotigiis and colds, soothing the lungs, loosening the phlogm; strengthening and healing the breath- Ing organs and fortifying them against cerioiis pulmonary disease. Mrs. Fred Fnirburn, Copper Cliff, Ont.', caught a heavy cold, got a sore throat and had a terrible hacking cough that I-conHl not get rid of. I could not sleep at night. I had tried quite a few remedies, but they did not seem to do nip much good until I took Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Ry the time I had taken two bottles my cough was all gone. U seemed to loosen the cough right. away EO that 1 could spit up phlesm lliat gathered in my throat. "and also took that hot. ra.w, burning ftver out of my bronchial tubes. I feel that Dr. Wood's has no Price 25c and 50c at all dealers. Put up only by Tho T. Milbiirn Co.. Limit ed, Toronto. From West St. John, Mar, 2fl..Corsican ..-Havre-London 30. .Scotian ........Antwerp 31. Apl. 3, .Melita ........Liverpool 3..Grampian .Havre-London 10. .Kmp. France ..Liverpool 16. .Scandinavian .Antwerp ly Lccal S S. AEcnls, cr CANADIAN PACIFIC i OCEAH-SERVICES Main SI. S C.P.R. Sailings ST. JOHN, N.B., LIVERPOOL Apl. 3.................. Melita Apl. 10 Empress of France Apr. 23............. Mtnnedosa Apl. 24............. Metagama ST. JOHN, N.B., TO GLASGOW Mar. 31............... Sicilian Apl. 20 ...L.......... Pretorlan TO LIVERPOOL- Ma'y 7ih, June 4lh, July 2nd, July SOtti Victorian. May. 14th, June 11th, July 9th; Aug. 6th Empress, of France MONTREAL TO May 8th Cors'ca i May.loth........ Melita; Mlnntdosa: Metngama Corsican' 'Mellta June 5th June 12th V.. Jiine 1Sth July July lOtli Mrtagama July- 17'h 1 Corsiciin' July 24tH Klelita MONTREAL TO GLASGOW May 19th ____ Sicilian: June 2nd-. i- June 23rd Sicilian July 7th Pretorlan Sicilian (Passport application formj Bupplied.) Call -or write, for tntoVrnk tlon, C. P. 'R. Ticket Office, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 T'-.'Tets issued on all other At- lantic lines. tlicalrc, and Miss Dora Kennels wero nuleliy united in matrimony on Sun- day livening just after Ihe church ser- vices. They left on the 12.22 p.m. train Ihe same night for Idaho Falls, Idaho, where they will reside in future The popular young .couple receive' many consrahtlalions, and arc entliu: laptln aoml-olf by (heir friends of the iown. Mrs. John Marshall left on Monda] evening to attend the Woman'a Insll UHo conveulloi] which Is hfiing hcl< at Kdmonlou Ilils week. Mrs. Aiar shail was Hie delegate from the Vul can branch of tho Institute, ol which rtio is president. She wSa accom iranlcd by Mrs. Marshal, wh will represent tlio lield Hill branch oMho same 7Uc Kcbckahs arc holding a bazaa According to Iho best :m lioritics, fully Ihroe-fonrtiis of of the clviilzeii .worlfl cuffor n torno form from costivcriOBS or ir- ogular ncllon of tlic There s no doubt Ihnt many rlistrcssiTig dis -asea nre caused by constipatkr.. It gives rise to sick and bilious Lend aches, jaundice, '.'eiirtburr, floating lieford Iho eyes, catarrh of tho stomach, bilioiisucrc, nncl the pal.ifn! .rcublcsome plies..Therefore. If is oi suprcnia Imporlance to health that tho lowols ho kept regular. Simple-fooil frull, clc., should used, and rich food ami stimuhnls of kitiils nvolfl cii. Tills, with tho use of Milburn'a Ixixa-I.iver Pills to regulnto and estn.b llsh hcnllhy action ot the bowels trm not fail to Rive permanent relief ii the mobt obstinalo Mrs. UlUIn Walnmaii. Orillia, On! a child I was always very badly constipated, and I can well remember when quilo young, TIIV mother giving mo fionlin ten nenrly every morning, I got to dre.iil H. After' taking Milhurn's Pill.i for a wlille I am not trouWod with constipation any Milhurn's are 25c a vial at nil dealers or'mailed rtireo! on receipt of price by The T. Milbimi Co., 'Ijllnltcd, Toronto, One Prize of Five fas will be given for the Best Suggest- ion for the Final Con- test to beheld Mon- day, March 29th. Ideas which have already been used in these con- tests will not he accepted Replies -should be ad- dressed to THE COMPETITION DEPARTMENT, UETHBRIDGE DWLY HERALD, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA must Ije received not later than 12 o'clock nooa on Tliura- 25lh. Al! must Ite rnpular .subscribers [n tho Herald. N'n inomlicrn of tho Herald stnff or Ilielr families will Io compete. ;