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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; MARCH 27.1920 DAILV PAGE-FIFTKKN "ivlc Holiday Declared For Scheme for Beautifying town (Frtra On? oirn NOBUSPOHb. March C, 6. Noble declared Moaday, March 29th. n civic, holiday tor for the ourpoM of Improve- ment. All placet of business will tie closed and everyone IB eipected to turn pill Id hla working clothes lo help. Meet, at the.Noble Foundation otflce'al 8.80 a.m. There are wise very important 1m- SJrovomenU under consideration, b) ivhich'cVfjry citlzeu of Nobleford will profit. Come oftt and do your share of (ho that you may the better enjoy therefrom. The BDnlrerury services held in the. Church list Sunday nero enjoyed. There iveio Kood.iermona both mo ml on and ere- Bins, anil epecial music by the choir. collection for the day amounUd .0 {123.50 whlcli was veil over the oijwllve aimed (or.' Several ot the idles kindly loaned and flow- lor the.decoration cl tbe pulpit. tuppsr and entertalnaent given Mies' Mi on'Monday even- IBC WM very attended consider- ing the billiard that raglnr. The proceeds, which amounted to almost f 10.W) will go toward the now rnause fund. The. church library will reopen on Snnday, May 3id unless something turns up to change' tbe ralnda of the Health Oommllteu before that time. The N'cbleford Women'a instllule held their regular meeting oa Thurs- day afternoon at the hotel, to receive the reports ot their delegates lo Ihc provincial convention -held iu Kd- monton. The Institute'voted In buy- Ing suitable pictures .school and some equipment, :for the play- ground. A cominittftQ of Mrs. James Murray, Mlsa Muueastor and Miss Brown was named to Interview the principal of ther ecbool and decide what would bo best to tet. Mr. W. J. Buchanan has returned from an extended visit In Indiana, where he has bwn attending the tractor school. On his way home ho visited his old home In North Dakota and renewed the acquaintance ot many old friends. We are glad to see his smiling -lace onco "more. Swiout Outbreaks of Influeau over BEAMS Constipation and Staggteh Liver Don't take Get Uvcr nil> rieht ROW. Thty never .to make the liver do doty. .They Interesting Marriage Ceremonj Takes Place Kitchen Shower for Bride tion, buiah io- diaestion, dmeoot bffl- __ _ a healthy (low on tie eheek-ud tparkle to the ti e. Be tun and gtt genuine. ML ttXt l KLU, blood tonie for nerrt and and Paufe W VICTIMS RESCUED liver, bladder and eric- acid uoublea are most dangerous because of tlieir insidious ottacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLDMEDAL uj ViUlitr tad Thut ProlvcU WHO KICKS MY DOG, KICKS M POUT ARTHUR, 27.- "Measo find out who poisoned my AmbrosD Fisher." This was tlie text of an urgent telegr.im received by Indian Agent I3rown from a point IfiO miles out in his constitu- ency. The Indians look upon tho agent as doctor, detective, constable, finan- cial provider, employment agent, etc., etc. There can no doubt that iiUnUoa regarding Hie spread oC Influcnia throughout Canada Is one of fcravo concern. It la quite true that the number of cases does not eonslilutcau caused. the Buttering ami sorrow during the t..-riblo days of 1918. Yet there is BO disguising f he fact that everyone should be oa llieir guard tb.9 disease. In Blontrcal alone, from January 20Ui to February 2lst, three Moayii'A one hundred alia ticenty-Ht'O cases ot' Influenza and 189 dcitlis from the disease we re reported to the Health. Department. If Ihe outbreak coma at tbe tjcginniiig of Iho wiutcr iuslead.pf She end, we might reasonably feel that tho very cold .weather would check IIio spread of the disease. But coming as it has, at tho end of the there is grave fear that aa epidemic may occur. For spring, with, its slush and rain under footl H: dampness and chill, its constant changing from cold to warm and' back again, Is B prolific' source coughs and colds, pleurisy end pneumonia. The best protection, in fact, the enly safeguard the 'flu, u, GOOD HEALTH. Those who are not M well dud" strong as they should be; those who are nii'Ienre'lfht; those who tiro "run-down" through overwork or sickness; should build up at ones. "What they need is a UloocVpuriller, body-builder, a strength-giver, like the wonderful fruit medicine. "Fnilt-a-Hves" regulates the kidneys and bowelSj causing thrse to eliminate regularly and naturally as nature intended. "FrnH-a-tlvea" keeps thoskiu active, and insures an abundant supply of pure, rich tones iip and alrengthens the organs of digestion, sharpens .tha uppctlto, brings restful sleep and renews the vitality the nervous eystemi "Fniit-a-tivcs" contains eYerylltinE; that an ideal tonio Bhould hcvo; to purify thahioody lo build up strength and vigor, and to regulate the eliminating organs, so Hint the whole system vroul.i bo in tiiB best possihlo, condition to resist disease. Now is the lime to build up vour health end strength, not only as 'a precaution ngainst thn ruTaKCii of Influenza, but also protect you against "fijiring fever" and. ,tli'o Inevitiiblo rcaclion which comr-strith the appwrancc of warnior vi'calher. Get n box of "FmiUi-tivfcs" today let tin's fruit medicine tecp you well. is fold by all dealers at BOc a hox, 6 boxes for trial s5zc25e, or sent po.stp.iia] on receipt of pricu by Fc'iit-n-uvei Limited Ottawa. Burnt Building to Take Us Place Our Own corrwpondent) DIAMOVD C1TV, Jfarch Chinook yfash-homo was destroyed by fire. On" account of tho steam about tho building tbo fire was not discov- ered lintll the Inside had been burn- d. "Many of the empolyces lost their othcs and some money that had been 'It In the pockets. Xo compensation 111 be'given. The company Is going o build a brick wash-house as soon as osslble. Mr. has the contract for aullng gravel. Alexander Nagy, who after an accl- ent at the mine got his hand blood olsoned, Is still In the hospital but Improving. JJato Bowser, who spent tho winter a-the hospital, Is returning home eit week. T..K. Christie'is on a visit lo tbe bast. 'Did you ever think you loaned WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND SELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1261 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. PHONE 505 jtlea were Just about taxed to the limit now, that the government could not carry on now services wlth- I out more taxes. In the last analysis, administration ot this act gets down to the fact that the people have to pay who are able to pay. for those who have no money. Also, Mr. Boyld said, this was new and experimental j legislation, that Manitoba aud Alberta' (our a Mrviee direct from Lethbrldge to Picture Butte and Iron dletrkL Trapped In a burning launch In lim Delaware Wvtr at Phltadelphin. vj workmen escaped dentK yards to score through' the Icy water. This is Burdek of Hon. Boyle'g Argument Against Greater Mothers' Pensions considering a similar act, and It would be veil lo go carefully Into It for a time. (Special to the Herald) EDMONTON, March of faiatloB are crowiCK to great in Alberta that the province must bo very cautious extending any new was tho priuclpil argu- ment put up in, the house Friday afternoon by. Attorney-General J. It. Boyle, against urglngs by members to extend tho scope of the Mothers' Allowance Act to include i mothers with totally Invalided hus- bands. An Hem for grants uider the Moth- ers Allowance Act totalling of which halt IE to bo repaid by thei municipalities "where such grants are I given, Dually was passed by Ihc house as U stood la the estimates, without a roll Call. Tbe went on to say that vcrlpug countries had adopted different methods of'dealing with the our car, that when your car number! tha, 80me established Insur- s taken the summons will go to 8CDemesi.XThe point to remem- wrong person Mr. and .Mrs. Walter I'lckcrlng are ejoicing over the birth of a fine baby girl. The farmery who were spending the winter in town have moved back to heir farms to prepare tor the spring work. Crotch is 'Dlemc-nd Clly.itor her home In B. C. The town council Is going lo have .ho' roads and sidewalks improved. The inalii street Is being sradeu and the sidewalks repaired extended: H. TImm Is moving tc ho States. The twelTG-ysir-pla .-.ou of Bob Toddi.. of ..was brought to ha hospital with a broken arm. Hi broke It'cranking a. car. Tills spring the typhoid has greatly diminished. There wo3 one caseMn he hospital and; two In Commerce. ber was that cllliena of muntclpalt- and In to the feeling ere- atfd In altering the mail route to the Picture Buflk 'and Iron Springs district, making the rc.illc to be delivered from Cunl dale Instead direct from Leth- brldg? ae heretofore, p. 0. In- spector Bruce ID now calling for tenders for the direct route from Lethbridge. In the rout- ing of the- malls there It to'be a W. M. Davidson Corrects News- pajier Reports Which Show- 'ied' Him as No.t :Voting 1 _ (Special tc tho IJTerEhl) March the house-resumed work on the estimates Friday afternoon, W. M. Davidson North Calgary, rose to a qao.stinn of privilege .and called at- lentlqij-that there waal'a m'latnke In the 'offlcl.il records of, the house, In that hlB name, did not appear as -rot- fng.'.Thursday afternoon -against tho rocpliitlon on-the Llciuor -Act pro- nnseU.-.-ljy. Sirs. L. C. McKliiney. Mr. Davidson said lhat the newspapere, eyiclently following the record of the Tbe Waltw W. Skaw Co'y LIMITED Wholesale Candy Makers M008E JAW EDMONTON The Sweetest Story Ever Told You don't read this tell about the even dellelousness of Honeymoon try will tell th: same story after the first EXCHANGE PRICES XEW YOHK.'SlRrcti change cantinucd to show slranslii to-] his name, and said day, demand sterling at that lie had left before-the vote was IS.JHVi, nn ndvance of from yes- terday's close, and ?ic below the high of yesterday. takcn.: Miv'-Davldson added that he voted ngatnaf the Tcsolnllon, that he did not Marks were a shade higher at 1.35) shirk .fhe rote, had never shirked the cents each, but French and Italian'ex-] nnd would never shirk a vote, change opened slightly lower. Franc; Speaker Plngla returiiecl that the cheques were quoted the rate of 11.32 to the dollar. Canadian dollars wore 91.S3 .cents. We Pay Highest Prices for' PELTS AND FURS WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFER NOW ON ANY QUANTITY. (DEALERS IN PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442. ADDNEM: 6th ST, S. P.O. BOX S The .Mills Building in Broad street, across from the Stock Exchange, New York, for years one of Ih'o great structures ot tho Is to bo removed at Ihe end of two years and a new huUding erected on tho. site. J. P. Morean Co. have leased luo property for eighty-four years. the "1" out of anrt keep your "fat." Cullivato every inch of nothing paya such big rclunia ns n dcn ot your own Ask nbout our epcdftl collections nt reduced Vou run no chance with Hitchle's or flower seeds try them year. Write tonight for BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE And planting guide-. Sent froo on request. had occurred, arid said dial rectified SHERIFF'S SALE Province of Alberta, to Wit: By virtue of a Writ of Execution Issued out of the District.Court of LethbridBe. at tho tuit ot WILLIAM SADOWSKI, Plaintiff, and .RALPH JACOBUS, Defendant, and to me directed against the Goods and Chattels of Ralph Jacobus, I have seized and (alien into Elocution the followlnB gooSs anrt chattels, namely: ONE FORD TRUCK, in running shape WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR 3ALE..... On Monday, the 29th Day of March, 1920 AT WILLIAMSON GARAGE AT THE HOUR OF TWO O'CLOCK IN AFTERNOON. MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff. Judicial Distrlcl Lothbridge: Sheriffs Office, Lothbrldgc, March 12, 1920; OPEN ALL SUMMER. PHONE 1315 LETKB RIDGE .WRITE FOR FR EE CATALOGUE Uitclile'3 tested, modul- ivinnlug seeds proilucn abundantly oilier seeds have illgtvppolnted. I LUMBER and BUILDER'S SUPPLIES WHITE STAR LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Canada......Apr IT........... Apr IS MONTREAL, LIVERPOOL legaiiUc .May22' Canada ..June 12 legantlc .June 19 Megantle .July IT White Star Line NEW Cedrlc ___Apr 10 Baltic ....Apr 17 Orlana....................... .Apr 24 cltic ___May 15 Baltic ----May22 NEW NEW Lapland ...Apr 3 Adriatic ...Apr21 Laplanil ..May 8 Adriatic ..May29 Apply any Railway or S. S. Agenu or Company's Office, 2SO Main St, Winnipeg. SPRING TERM STARTS APRIL 6. NO INTERRUPTION OF YOUR COURSE. ENTER NOW. GARBITIT BUSINESS COLLEGE RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 P. LUND SON ONE OF MR, LUND'S LOOS, AEROPLANE SPBUCE LOO, 1t FT. 4 IN, DIAMETER AT SMALL END. HEAD OFFICE: Lethbridge, Alberta YARDS AT Lethbridge, Maclecd, Coaldalc, Chin, Barnwell. [6151. CP CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICE C.P.R. ings ST. JOHN, N.B., LIVERPOOU Apl. 3.................. Meilla Api- 10----- Empress of Francq Auf. 23 Minne-osa' Apl. 24............. Metagama ST. JOHN, N.B., TO GLASGOW Mar. 31............... Sicilian Apt. 20.............. Pretorlan QUEBEC TO LIVEaPOOU Msy 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, July 30th.......... Victorian May 14th, June 1ltn, July 9th, Aufl. 6th Empress of France MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL May 8th Cors ea-l May 15th ...............Melit3 May 29th ..........'Minnedosa June 5th June 12ih June 19th July 3rJ July 10th July 17th July 24th Metagama Corsican Mclita Mrtagama Corsicau Msiita MONTREAL TO GLASGOW May 19th Sicilian June 2nd Pretorian June 23rd Sicilian July 7th Prelorlan July 28lh............. (Passport ippllcattou (oral supplied.) Cell or write for full HOD, C. P. R. Ticket Office, JA3. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on all othn At- lantic CUNARD AhCtior Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW K.A. Vic. Apl24 Carmanla ..MayJ5 Vatiban ..May 15 K.A. Vic. May23 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Maiirelanla ...................Apl24 Maiirctanla ..................May 23 Impcrntor .7uno 10 Maurctaiiia ..................July 3 NEW BOllRG AND SOUTHAMPTON George Apl H Ryl George May 10 llyl Goorgo Jini23 Uyl Oeorso Jul2S NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND LIVERPOOL Carmanla ..Apl 10 Caronla ..May22 Caronui ......................Juae2G NEW YORK-QLASGOVV via Movllle Columbia. Apl 17 Columbia .May 22 Columlila .July 3 Columbia .July 31 NEW AND HAMBURG Saxonia......................Apl 10 NEW Holla.......................March U NEW GREECl Pannonla Cassandra ....................Api Jl Saturnla ..May S Cassandra May23 Salurnla .June 12 Cassandrn July 3 Dialts, Money Orders airl Cablt nemtttancea. For lull lnformt.tlon ipply to any R. U. and 9. S. agents, or to Com< pany'a Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main 8V, Wlnnli'H J-' ;