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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LETunnioGE UAILV HERALD_ PAGE EIGHT at Ihe police bM-liiuartcrs uere and rt-norioi ths. wile, liad vanished from the home, polne in "r- Fioctoskl went ball for the two llussialls. Akofl Dotf. yhoa rested ou the charso a Mil harness from K. C. Harvey. At I'rollmlnaiy when the Husslans were combined to a higher courl. they PlontossJs nam'v l-ail could not ae ..jud. so iho Russians had to go jjil until liail Is found. Jmlcr Ito ni-ltncssl: Wbr didn' po to the help ol the defeudaut in the "SWiine5s: 1 didn't know naicb, was to bo llic- defendant. Transcript. C PR JMNFORDM llut Not lately lo He Instituled For Awhile, Says Mr. Murphy c- V SYLVIA IN JAIL AGAIN i IflNDok. May v I'dllMiursl and Amelia Mil- v honey, who vvero urrcsled yes- tcrda'y ulirn women nltemincd to.fou-o entrance Into the house of commons In a May celcbrallon. In police court loday wero ordered to Klvo A bonjs for Ihelr fiood behavior. Xellher ivould givo {he neces- sary bonds.: and Ihey remain -i under delcullou. 1'JlS. TJu> boyd have lo cam this niouey or giro IJ out of llielr p.iviuss or iKcouuls aud must not fC-Ucll ll. Kduwntou has promised 100 4oyi. l.cthhrMge Is coins to si'O If II iau Ihls or goKjite better. Any bois 1'iterl-sleJ in itiip worl; aro askod lo oouiuiunicaio wllh II. K. Mauley at FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1910 lhe> Y.U.C.A.. who lc olcasod 1C funiish lurther Chas. nym. now mayor of llallle C'resk, Mich.. ippolul n council of 2o peraonj from all walks ot lifa to ailvire him in the conduct ot city altairs. ____ jSjttFirstMTre How oltcn'ioAJaw and blnod poisoning result irom the of a ilisril scratch or Mile cut! Ham- lin's Oil is a sue and tire first aid treatment. It is a pow- crlul antiseptic and should le ao- immediately to wounds ol tm> tind lo prevent danger of mfectioiu It is suothing and healms and ouickly drives out pun inrti.n- --ion in cases of sprams, bruises. burrs, biles and last a> Siablt. (or stiff neck, sore feet cold soiti, canker sores, earache asia front druesislr for --0 cents. Jl not satisfied relarn the botlle and cet vour mrney back. Ever constipated or halt sicV headache? lust try Whips. ple.san'. little pmi JO ctats. Guaranteed. NalhiUiel O. Kamsdeu dropv-il Mount Dennis, Onl, T.. lie trouhiid with :i i-V. be rf-: Siesiii at aoyc-- is '-ei'ce uf ilusJilll firmer, o. Pie lurne of 1-iontMtl. lives near; Coallale Some two months nso lie to ihe provincial police here. Ibai his wile- had ilisippejrcd.; 'ior the SUM he had i-acheJ in a Irurii. .-le rotund to lay a charge of ber, but believed tost she had, .-Sue" to California with another man. and he staled iliai he was poing lo the States after them. Ths police circularized the informa- OVER-EATING !i the root of neulr mil Jiie4liie jourdigeitionii or out of RMIQIDS the new to better difntion. PlNunt lo Ki-moidi help out your dEjeitiie troublei. HADE Er-SCOTT 1 BOWKE HAKEHS or scorrs EMULSION Mr. Charles Murphy, sem agcr of C.I'.lf- westcrii line. iu Uie i-lty ysslorday. auJ. his plans, ii-ent on-H- Coults, rctiun- ins lo Lelhbridge tbis mornlus- On his arrival at the slalloii, tills inoruiiis, Mr- Murphy was seen by llw Herald He was very optimistic as to Ihc comlliions in the fuluro, auJ said lhat the happy smile was visible ivcr Ihc country. I" in "iul'alion ol iho iliyllElit un ihe Prow's Nest he menliojied that! H concerned a traekaje of mnej onlv. and under present conilmom it would not be advisatlo lo put on nu cKi-j train as the prestnt Iramc did nol jusiify IL The C. i'. K., however was kceulliK Ihc matter in mind, ana ns soon as better condilious iirovalled the extrs service would ho put ou. He fell Ibat the people. woulJ nol be desirous that Ibe C. 1'- should be ruu at ihcir cipeuse. 1 In regard to the Canadian N'alioiml Railway. Mr. Murphy said thai H would not affjcl Ibo C. P. R. If Ihc IL BOOST "EARN Share of Greal Nationwide Red Triangle Campaign Bovermaenl railway proceeded to give belter service ibau Ihc C. P. It., then the C P.- n. would one heller lo Hie compelilion. Plans were un- way for a large construction uro- ram 'This couslruclion-would prac- cally be all in the west. There was ust a lilllo delay at present bill tue rogram wii! be sUortly announced as oon as certain matters were slraisbl- icd out. In reference fa-t lime. It was here to stay, said Mr. Murphy, in thai o far a- Ihc C. P. n. was coacemed t was imperative in Ihc- policy of sate quality in Civilian Attire. The men who have worn these military clothes have put the lailor- lo the acid test. The strain 01 military service ooth "overseas" and "over here" has been trying to say the least, on -'garments of every these clothes have been-ovcr the top with flying col- L >Vft3 llllfV 4 >t 1111 t-------- y first. ,as il affected their lines that i-enl through Ihe Slatei. Mr. Murphy hail nothing to say abont he Leihbridse-Wcytmrn line. polity of Ihe C. P. R. depended on the condition of the country; a healthy counlrj- meant a healthy railway. Mr Murphy was accompanied by Ge'neral Superinlendent Cameron and Supl MacKinlosh went with the uarly to Coutls. He paid Mayor Hardle and the Commissioners a visit in the lore- noon. LethbridEf boys ire lo be asked lo i help in Ihe National Earn nod Give1 campaign commencing on Monday, May allt. This campaign Is In sup- port ot Ihe Hod Trianelo fund and boys' work generally Ihroushoul Can- ada. India anil China. The Y.M.O.A. is slill doing splendid work anion; Ihe soldiers in liic camps in Knglanri. franco anil Belgium, and Yi-herever thero are any troops sta- tioned. Taylor Stalieu. Iho popular national hoys' secretary, has been CTcrseas for limo visiting camp after camp and-addressing meetings on behalf ot tlic boys anil boys' work of Canada. _-'. The response 1o Ills appeal has been -IsUmlshuiE. and during one montl ho received the names and home ad- dresses of men who wish le have sonic part In the "Y'fi" boys' wort on their reiurn lo Canada. The "V" has also underpin considerablov -work among the hoys of India and China, and in these densely populated non- Christian countries It is need much as anywhere. year about TO boys enrolled in this campaign from Lelhbrldgo ami district. This year it Is hoped Jo do evin heller, particularly as, unit only ?5, as compared ivilh In EIRLIIFFEREO Wu to Ijfa L ors. We have a vfldc. raosa of these Better Clothes tor you to select from In all Ihe ijcv; rar.dels tor Spring ar.d Slimmer.' Do nol look for lower prices fcr rame Unit to rome, as the woolen markc'.s are null lowing 'an advance in the man "vlic buys now BUYS AT A SAVING. f F1T-REFORM AND SOCIETY BRAND SUITS to Other Reliable Make 18 to DOUBLE SERVICE-TWEED RAINCOATS' to Pwametta Raincoats to 25.00 "Y" Arranges For Series of Practical Talks on Chief Callings Commencing viliis comiiis Saturday morning, May 3rd, at 11 o'clock, the 'llC A. has arranged-for n series I pracllcal "tallts" by prom- nenl business men' In the cllyx on heir resnf ctivc callings, The "Y" realizes lhat most boys mvo only a fcazy '.Jen of whal Ihey TS-isli lo bo or lo'so Into when lliey eave school, so the "talks" will be essentially mo'c especially on the conrEC of study lo pursue- Ihe ot time tho Iraln- ing would how money could be camc'l ivhile traininir, if neccs- ivhere to Iraln; Uio cost of Iralning; salary lo be expected afler- wards; opporlunlties, etc. Snappy New Spring Furnishings duett W G. R. and Jaegtr SKrts HATS FROM THE WORLD'S BEST Price, 51.50 to MAKERS taiija. luuii.Lp, AH bnys interested are cordially in- vileil lo attend any or all ot tha "lalks" The firsl will bo by >lr Falrley. of Ihe Taylor Milling Co. wlio lilll take Ihc subject of Genera niislsicssi J'ractlso and -Olfice, Work i Correspondence Courses, Etc.; T. Colleg5 Training. I The full schedule as arranged Is z follows: Jlay Office Work.' Mr R. Mr. w. alrfielu. May Cltll -51 I A Morroir, colh.ctor of customs -Jlay open. [May a Mr. W. Nelson. June Dr. G. June Mr. R. Davra- on. June Mr BrooklTn. N. 'Lydim VI Pmkliuii's VegeUbte Com- ijoilnd forTFQat it has done lor BI y daughter. waa licMy and pile UK) had loswyhoaie from schoolmwl of tUe time. She Buffered ngonies from backache trid dizziness wiUi- nutnppeUU. ForrJirea months ihe under the doctor's emn got no beitsr, cornpliinlng her bock and aide fcehing so 1 didn't know do. about jour woii'Jcrful W I made up 'my mind to try it. Sha hu ukcn five botiics of E. Pinkhmm's VcgeLihle Com- poorJ and doesn't compliin any more rith her back aching.- Eained in wciriil feclsmuch better. Pinkhani'i Uble Compound to all molhira M, FLSORB, 516 Mtrcr ATC., ErooVlyn, N. Y- IK TIMJird Ul 3UCU WOOL TAFFETA SHIRTS Just arrived, made wilh collars to match "1 Cft Special.............................. MEN'S HOSIERY Prkw to In Cashmere, Lisle, Fancy Silks, etc.; price 25c, 35c, 4150- SletEon. Borsallno, Mallciry, Knox auU othtr reliable makes. SHOES OF A HIGHER STANDARD IN QUALITY Tlie Gco. A. SUlor and Ilegnl 1 1 ftA inakrs; prices Jt.OO to 1 i.WV 10 jier cent Discount to All'Veterans McKelvie Largut Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta For special advice ailments write lo Lydia t. PllKDa UtdiciiN Co., Lynn, Ua What Young Men Want 'THEY find the {Styles they like here Y so vou'na men think of this as "their Store.; They fincTgbocl values; smart colorings; they find the {amous waist-seam suiliby Hart Schali- ner in many tfi- ri'ations; we'll be glad lo shew you. Louis Keel US ixcci The home ot llarl Schalfner Mars Clolbc-s i II. II C, W. Mcec'n. June Mr. )ohson. Jllnlilry and C. A." lo be arranged. A GREAT OBJECTION "I don't lake any In these 'cro paylenl r.ESCrled L3fc a lanuuiri rlllzcn of WajrovM- behlnO. "Thej'ro an enemy lo Ihrt hu- mnn race. 3'pose. you are gelling alonif all rtehl. unablfe lo b'cuz you're sick; you're prelty miserable, of course, but people sympathize wilh you and reaped vou. And Ihcn some body ntrsuadca you fo take a few bol ties of So-aml-30, and roil nre cured anrl get your plriuro in the almanac And forever afterward werybcxl) wanla to know why YOU don't vatft, dad-blamo jour ortiery hldo." Gentleman, of Magnesia To Overcome Trouble, Caused by Fermenting Food and Acid Indigestion Gas and .ulnd In Ihc stomach Sic- companies by IhM bloated fcel- InE afler callng arc almtnl .cerlalu evidence of the jircscnco ot ciccs- slvo hydrochloric acid In Iho stem ach, crcallng sorallcil "aclil ImllBca lion." Acid slcmuchs arc ilauscroui! came loo' much ncld irrllatta HIP delicate llnliiB of the stomacli. often leading lo saslrilU accoiniianleil by ciloua stomach ulccra. roou ICT- mcnta and Fours. crcallnR Ihe ol6 rcsslng Eaa which dlslends Hie maeh and bampc-H Ihc normal lunr- Ions of Iho vital Internal alien affccUiiB Ihc lienri. It U the worst r.f folly lo auch-8 norloua condition or to Ireal whlrli VTH. Knox wife of tne eilllo of WlnnlpeB TBlcuram, died and tlenlf at ber 380 Asslnllinln arem.e. at 7 a.m. SfUuy. IHM If, heart atljK'k of influenza wivcral iponllia digestion, -AdTt-rtlseniclil, wllh ordinary dljcatlvc aids have no neulrnllnlzg cllecl on acids, lnslca'1 get- (ror.- any druggist i lew ounces of IMsilr- >led llajncsla and UXe a teaspoon- fill In n riuarlcr glass of u-alcr -'-u' illtr callnj. This will Irlvo Iho wind and bloat rlghl olil of Jhc bcdy, swtelcrt Ihc stomach, neulrallzc Ihc CXCC93 acid and prevent Its formation and lliero H no Hourness or pain. Blsuralcil Maeneala (In or lablct lliulil or milk) Ii harmless to tho stomach, Ineipcnslvo (o lake anil the iieat form nf mnsne- sld for sfimnch r.urpnEes. It Is by thotmnils! nt liconlc who ciijny Ihelr mnalE with no fear In- Did You Get Your Boy a Suit Yet? You have a splendid chance to save our profit, for we are H. t Discontinuinfour Boys' Ciothing Department We have the biggest slock in Southern Alberta and the entire new slock is lo be. Cleared at Cost Bring your like ihe you will like ihe suils and the price as weJJ. FRED THAELL AT OUR WO STORES 3155th STREET SOUTH Mt ;