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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1920 r.ETimiUDGE DAILY PAGENINt NQI FEASIBLE 10 IKE ALL II! Such is Report of Special Com- mittee of Commons Tabled Today March Canad- 'Un standardization machinery parts thereat Is hardly- feasible tSe present time, according to report given lo the tjricultural committee of the com- mons this morning by sub-com- which had met the manufac- turers of (arm machinery in'Toronto. a manufacturers stated that many ol their parts were designed and made in secret and standardization glte away many ot their trade aecrets. John Harold a member o( tho committee which had met the manufacturers, stated that in Ills SCHOOL BIRl TELLS OTHERS How They Can Find Relief From Periodic opinion, the recall) Bought could sot be obtained by eoJbperetlM The Hac- aucfeatta11 hid.been made that tho the manufacturers Smith's Kalle and CO over the work'- there them. H as dtd Hiu Tlie reawn so mnj E. Pinkham Medicine HUM., for advice, ii becauw from their i wan experience ich invariably hWpftu. Men Made Good erintendent Big Acreages to Seeded (Front Our MACLEOD, .March 22. Bright, the popular secretary-treasurer of Bright municipality 'attended the conference of secrelarTrtreasiirers in j Calgary this which much valuable information-was. received .by all who attended, and :these men are expected to-aid in msny .ways the various municipalities.they represent. Mr. Bright also attended the Provin- cial Hall Board. At the ejection of the hoard he -was elected one of the di rectors. With such -men as Harry! Bright on Ihe they will do things in a way that. wiiLtend to'make j .the hail board popular., is (or those who purchase.vfrom the taunicipaitly their seed, and eipects' to hive some of tbe wheat on hand e're March closes. "_'-. P. J.- Wall; who_ownB a good wheat farm north of-'Macleqd, has leaced ins for a term of II. li. Hackett, "auctioneer, reports two very sales of farm (tonic and implement ,in .the south A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE Frederick S. Kollc, M.D., Editor of Ke'.v York'Physician's "Who's says thnt weak, nervous people who waul increased weight, strength and iiervc-force, should tnkc a 5-graln tab; let of IJiiro.l'hosphate heforb or during each rr.eal. This particular phosphate Is the dis- covery of a famous French sciential, end reports of remarkable results from Its use have recently appeared in many medical journals. It you do not feel well; if yon tire CHSily; do not sleep well, or are too tliln; go to any good druggist and get enough ISilro-I'nospliato for a- two v.eelis' costs only lifty cents a week. Eat less; chew, your food thorough- ly, find if at the end of a woi you do not feel F.trongor and. bolter than you have for months; if your nerves are not steadier; it you do not flcep belter and have more vim, en- durance and vitality, your money will he returned, and the Bitro-Phosphato will cost you Miss Helen, Fergueon, who wasMiurt i n the-gas explosion at her father's! houso early this weet, is'in the Gen-; cral ho.spital, and is receiving alien-j tion from Dr. Mewburn of Calgary.! Adam Ferguson, her father is now resting easy under special care of doc-1 tors end nurses, while Mrs. ilcBride, who -was burned, not he out for somo time. The building is now con- sidered a total wreck, and Iho ques- tion ia asked are Iho 'flrp insurance companies responsible for damage, as occurred. Preparations.for larga acreages of grain this year, IE noticeable all over the.district, 'as'.tlio applications .for seed grain coming hi indicates. In the east part o'f.the district tha Slew- art Sons, IvZootiman Bros., GriiEin Sous, Bavis-Orr, arid m'any.lothers, all Have tho try. THE IftSI Dolls are simply a breaking out Of iiad lilooil, anyone who has suf- fered from them, knows how sick miserable they make you when you think you are cured of ona, seems ready to tako Its place, and prolong your misery. All the I Icing ami lancing you can do will not get rM of Ihem. VA'lillo tlio skin appears to be tho