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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 20, THK DAILY IIIOULD Major Barker, Canadain How Fame For Canada iWritU-n far iho Canadian Asioctated I'rt'ss by Arthur lleverley LttNUON, Mar. 2.--W at t-Ml orKaulcatlonj for public- it' has a "r of anonymity. Out lUu eurtiy a al parly. In the couree or his ppeech. dealtni Wilfrid Laurier's J'lute in Commons This wt1-- ...vt'.ry tor Lllo 1're lire-inter ii H that the "V. C." he eald without any m'JCk inodccty and ccnainly no attempt u- vomig i He knew I Intended of tho V. f. Canadian publicity and lie looked "ml ho destined .0 upon H a, a Job to get finished with- J ('l en I.S rU'.iru lo out any nonsense. .probably one ot Canada. A certain number rccalMhs characteristics he used In tight- Ihat an airman namcil Darker won lisht ogalntt sixty. There and yet V. C.. In (be rnenit ot ing. "D. S. O. and liar." "Two said Capt. the Air Force Ilepre.enlative. who Billing Ihe rneniorv ot vjaiiauii s.uiia ll (x-listaw. Uarker. HIsliop, in l chair in Iho oltke. McKeenor Major looked worried, run) Cartel-' Uhe list could extend to I ninny more) .Canaan protiuced nlr uuci'jailtil h'y any other na- tion.' I am In empty phras- cs: ihls'-grocp'uf rccn. feariess, ikll- i ful. ilc-.OTinlncil arc Iho cream ot Can- uilian airmen, ana it is. an ackncwlr-dg- H futl that Ihe Canadians made the The 'Are there two. ho said. "Absolutely." eaiJ the Cap- tain delving into a book, "I've got it here, officially." "D. 3. 0. and two 1 said, mak- ing a nolu ot it, "and "M. said Major Ilsrker. two bars." chanted and pllols of the war. win in the closing days ol the Iho '.Major "That's he went on. uo Guerre, French Legion o! Honour. -would Ilko o I-" win in the closing days ol me do _ vi: tlift the univs wns flashed to thejltalian Military Medal v.hc'lo. Eppire that an airman named tho Italian name? li.irta-f "Had fought sixty Huns 1 llmnked Mm tut dscllned. 1 lir.rfly wouhileJ and J.IV Eltlila .Illln, having fainted said .Major liark- MR. (lOSEHT HEWTON. I.HtleBrasol'Or.C.B. I was terrible sufferer from for years. I had pain aflcr eating, yas, constantlieadachei.anddidnotstcep jrell nigbt. I lost so much weight going from 185 pounds to HG 1 became alarmed and saw several doctora who, Lowever, did me no good. Finally, a friend told me to try 'Frail-a-lhis'. In a u-tfk, then v-as iittpr-ortwer.t, The constipation was corrected and Boon I was free of pain, headaches and that miserabls feeling that sccompanies Dyspepsia. I.cnutimieil to taio thbi splendid fruit medicine and non- I am well, strong and KOBEUT NEWTON'. We. t for J2.IO, trial size 25e. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price Fruit-a-tirca Limited, Ottava. the airman. >jf na- iOrtanl tttau inform it- All our hopea of your JK'ik anil (onver.-aUocal after tte worship. Don't eleep out loud during Ihe eeruion." Ql'KBEC, March Quebec East j Rave a cordial welcome to Hon. Mac- _-....._i King last ninht when he spoke Chli-aeolat St. I'eter's Market Hall lu liio "trench.! stronghold which was represented to not into 1 '..jiw hi the house ot commons by Si cliletly capital and labor, Mr 'recalled ihe gradual chanisi whl'-h had come over the world sincl the clays ol autocracy. It is estimated that wholesale flsl dealers at tho head of the lakes wit lose thousands ot dollars In fisb. bust ness this winter, osvins lo Ida mlM -weather. One fisherman shipped thre( car loads to Winnipeg la-it week, hul they bave boeu refused there, oa count ot soft weather. ONE FAR PLACE lu catadysin vrorltin? out Uvice he Clashed behind our lie er with an air of rchet.'s awarded the V. Init no one three mentions, said ov-ec-tc.1 that he would live lo have It jwho lets very little get way from him. emed lo him I made a noto that ho ad hceu that public opln ?el( oa IMS su'jj.vr-. All our uuin-j j of saving Ihe vruiH lion ot the uu'aili a pe'ace which will piunl the world j And see irreat churches ......inst such a return. A league of! streets, n-iirns rcli'-esrals ilie groatcst at- And armies afoot and kings ot wonder, enit't whicli ever Ii-Vu ii'.mlc to' And deeds a-doing to fill the Tbstltutc re'ason r.r.'. Justice for forco That grave historians wilt pen. !'._'intrigue as th.- prlnci- ile ot Interested "The principle of a K'aKue of na- tions has bceu but the league'will provt it it Is to lie Yio more than a piece of inter- national organization. What matters that the units who make up the u.ganlzation shall he inspired hy a determination w work in close harmony together for the hc'.termcut and liberty of mankltiO. Nations must not let themselves lit-Iic-ve that in hav- ing drawn up a paper constitution the peaco of the -.vorM has been made secure. It they allow themselves to be misled fry this policy, they will, only be by a new war. They have to see tint Ihe league -of nntlons is made an effective instru- ment for the solution o: every inter-, Iaclaren, of liar rip; has heen nrfpolnteil-sherilf ot Sim- Wants Women to Know Advant- ages of Internal Bathing If women could only sec tho thous- ands of Icttc-rs Dr. Tyrrell has receiv- Ciinaua is a young coumiy mn. MJU anus 01 ituii'ia n.." starts rich In heroic tradition. .Major Jert from gralefnl women' in oil parts Bather's last fight will rank with the ot tho woritr, thffnking him tor ,.ts. epoch battles o! all hts'to'ry. I wonderful Invention tor Internall.nalh- 1 iTiiiiiil crvftn till iHANDSOME'QUARTER eiTCGOLDEN OAK DINING-ROOM SUITE In quartered oak. The teaiiliful grain the cupboard linen drawer. Beveled plate mirror l4r Hound table. 52 inch top, extending to S style. Set o! six upholstered chairs. You will admire OtJ AA this suite, jespeclaify at'.this, price, xFUMED OAK DINING ROOM SUITE This Is o very nice little suite at a very low price Buffet is-H -inches wide, with mirror Si34, has two cutlery drawers, large linen drawer und two cupboards. Round table, 41 Inch top, eitenS- ing to 0 feet, pedestal style, C pad seat tQA AA clisiis. Only Kitchen Cabinet All oak, golden finish, height G fset, width 3 feet 6 inches, depth of to? 12 Inches, base 2 feet. White enamelled in upper right hand section, Ions cullery and linen tray n lower part ot tot) Tho metal eslensWn top rests on rollers that roll on track, making it the easiest acting extension.tCJ AA table top ever-constructed. Price............... Kitchen Tsible Cabinet TOP ol table is Has Xneadltg y CQ two drawers and two Beautiful eieht piece built ot Delect- ed oak In Jacobean finish. Buttet has two cutlery drawers, two and large linen, drawer. Mirror IDiSS. Round pedestal. table, 45 Inch top eileEaing to 6 feet. S chalri with leather pad eOLONIAL-DINING-ROOM-SUrrE. jias-Ive fumed oak dining suite In rich Colonial aeslgri" large buttet with two linen cuttery drawers, two lined treys for cutlory double cuphoard, laire bevelled mirror, round table 52 Inch top, extending to feet, pedestal, 8 chairs, iMther seats. 8 pieces only "WALNUT DINING SUITE This Is cot bnl Terf pretty in Queen Ann. derign, eonitatlM of buffet, 44 inch with cutlery irtweim, dmnte cupboard. 'large drawer, ilupad togi'mllTOr, round table pedesUl style, M Inch eitendlng to .5 feet, 6 emirs with flfl seata. ALLIES WITHDRAW COPKXIfAdKN, March Ihe they would soon discard tne medicine lio'tllo and look lo Hie cnusc of their trouble. 95'per cent. of all human Ills arc dlie .to nccnmii- membcrs of the 'allied military mis-1 bled waslc in the Colon or Large slon have led Budapest, a vltv.ns ills-! InlMtine. Warm water, properly nseil, patch lo tho Ahenilcn 1'ost, of Herlin, 1 with (ho ".f. U. will re- ays The Rdcli-.-posI, of Vienna., Sieve thfl cause ot your troubles and irinls a dispatch from Budapest thati perfect health wjll follow. illied troops occupying Arad arid A Winnipeg clergyman din, on the and Theiss "My witc it' ndturnlly sensitive s respectively..have been with- nliout Having her name appear in pub- drawn. A I'reastarg report 'received I n lierlin ilia I aartlal know what the, .1. It. t jeen declared throughout Czechoslo- vakia as a result ot events In linn- gary. A Neutral Zone in Groceries These" Prices Hold Good Until Frifay Ntfit, AprQ 4A. tb irtQ.f HERS! Each ten cent box cf CascaYets, candy cathartic; contains for children aged one year pld and up, wards.' Noihing 'elso the nasty bile, sour ferrficntations consiiiwlion poison from'the tender little bowels'so gently, yet so (horotiohly. Even cross, feverish, bilious children gfatlly.jalie Cascarets wiliiOiiS coaxed, Cascarets iaste just like candy, Cascarets never Kripe Ihe liltle bowels, never sicken, never injure, but above all, they never disappoint Iho worried mother, l cade' has done, tor her. It has r'cajlylF given her a now lease of life. years she had been doctoring for Con-11 Uipalion. which bccanio worso each I year. Since using, the -1..V. L. fas- first ahtiut four years ago. she jmt Ijeen aick a day, nnd lias be- rolmst anil alronR 'agniri. Slionlt! __.......____ Mardi IfunKorlnn soviet covprnraeiit, a ills- nafch from lluilapcsl says, has .re- J j j-j. i COI1IO HJlM.ov m.i. celvbcf a VritWji corbmiftlirilion from I, wish this letter confirm- 'the allied -delegation; Iliffe tliat the ..ou aro ni lihcrly to my name lino ot demarcalipn laltl down In. an jn early 'iilHinnUiih should 'nbl lie, CA as Iho' frontier of Hun' gnry. In accordance with the new decision, it is ndilcil. Ihcrn will he "Malilii'icl a iienlrnl 'zone' for the sole ot rrevmUnj collisionj -between, Han garian lliimanian trnoiw. i- Soap, Royal Crown, 10 bars Cocoa, Llpton's, 1-5 tin Tea, Donalco, per'lb. pkg. Peanut Butter, Squirrel, Ib. tin Calsup, Aylmer, battle Raspberry Jam, Empress, No. 4 tin Plum Jam, No. 4 tin.............. Beets, CanneU, No. 2 tin Grapelade, No. 1 tin Pears, Evaporated, Ib......... Sapolia, 2 Soup, CampbeJI's assorted, 2 rorfi. Pork and Beans, Clark's, No, 2, i for IOC 50c 30c 45e Pirtitt Flour, Floor No. 10, each............ Self Mops eMh Wire Clothes Lines, SO feet, Ms 5pecW Tea, fc. 60c Bdk CoHet, per Ib. 35c, 40c, SOc NO CHA.ROE DtLIVERY 'J. II. U CnscaJe" U an invcn tlou, pcrfcclcii. lly Chas, A. Tyrrell of York, flnil has done more