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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Till: LKTHBWDGK WHISPERS IN THE AIR H, soft banner In bullJ the, "l the.Church and Tomporaijco A member i'Vu.on. but in the iWe! Wile groups ot and lioiw.1 tbat it betoke 1P( iho 1'rlimi Min'sw. Wlillc Iras dome HI: i'lKM kUIJ t Iriemls Ife l Mil Ills II Itliua alto-k r Order ol lllbtrniatlB. As one Tor HovHl txceri tin. Vet oilier wlilapei's Sc'l'ltect "tbal Ncwlon Wtstey 'loeJi net rarry lac Methodist vote m ills vcsi l-oAet. A prominent mernber of propagamli. l .ifc ot the cnurcb." hr i being disturbed or-! ellotl to make Hie Churfh a iiip.chlnc ana tl TO TIGHT" N- of Asks That Var ious Organizations Take United Action The lolloKlnE the copy 'cl' ler regarding Normal .school, for to the various school board. ihe V f A's town governments auJ municipalities lo the dlctrkt by I e Board of trade: men from this district who re up at Edmonton Ihe olher daj i the matter of the -Nest cad took tho opportunity ot ,6 claims ot tl-ts part of souiheru Iberia IQ have a Normal school n- ruc by tub The v rk on t.iree tcl iiny t ions Lc re aivare, your Wtovr. member, V tott ta of until tott f uecn ruachlnc or In. oner v-ordB nm.l m D for th e Sir Hubert liordeu In the meantime. ParlianH mecl every day ami it must li mini to Ulk about .for.v 0 lU ie io builil cars ....llstt-rs, Iliirhig.tHc Karter has tolrocMS it dcvelope'l .thai we only had e some-( one tar apiece tor llio mlnistws. now licatlon. Capital. What Will happen "hen WSTJ: -ta !cr !s.ruiw- is n nic of a urami new lends lUel. to int. c uciions and Iho Liberals are helpuis ouMhc Ooyornment by WOllId l.t J.yan.yfi. ;v. lo ride I" the same car. But the l.nion Oovcnmient Is not jel so led as :tn n-.tite that iras3ible. Politics is -credited with makniE strange bedrcllows, but to put a ranK, bt 1.1... A T Trf-rar in FOISIZ 29 St. Rose St., Montieil. "I ua Trriling jou lo tell you oire my life to 'Kroit-a-iives'. lliil incclicano rcliered me wlicn I liad KiTca up hope of tie'ros 1 ivas a terrible sufferer from suffered for yesrs; ao.l nollilpg I took did gooi1 1 rfid about 'Fmit-a-livej'; an tried Iliem. After Inking a ft titxts, I 'im You Invc my iicrmission to publish this letter, u-l hope it will pcrsuida Dlher sultcreis from to into 'Fruit-a-lives' and get MAIUUC r.OF.INA FOISIZ. "FruH-a-tircs" is ihe only [n tho iorld nmde frees fruit. At all dealers or s'nt iiostpjid on receipt of Freil-t-tiTM Limited, or meetings representluB j U ot this district in 19K-. nnd at Iho big IrrisaliOB raeetlns tbc other Is quite e'lsar from tlie report brouchl i'acf that we mutt press on; claims: The people at Calgary are, clamoring for a larger school, Ihe Edmonton people are asking "or one to be built Ihert. Now there I.- already a Normal school in the at Ca.mrose. anil is die school at (.'ils-ary as well. Our needs in south have been negletloJ, our requests sill still go un. that we all Ihorouehly in the matter and that we feel that the need for more teachers here In tho south can De inei n-ople from Ihe farms and towns are a soldier had to be trained down to fighting fitness-mdvfat from the fetters of fatness- fetters that come from overtime; oh starchy foods! ShreddedWheat ,is a you; fit for the day's work. Delicious' for any meal wifluiulk or cream) as IOUK Mhc _ can split cau Srte" Moreover it w invite attention from the lay mem- bers "t 'lie House. Nearly every mail or a debtor and therefore with .strong views usj on the subject of liankruplcy. Alter Ihe Uankruptcy Bill is foueh-- out b liovernmcnl Is llablo lo take the Divorce Hill, and U does not occupy Hie House sufficiently. ro- course may be had lo an olrt faaWon- ed debate on the or which Is.iho more tire or water? Or 11 nappy compronmo may tie arrived.at by haying f like Hon. A. r. 1 "V ;ilolr cires and dilflcullles :hi sam, bed with They are .uile will tioTilst like. lion. lrngthaUD should LISBON REVOLT BROKEN UP 11SBOX May aUempte.1 cTolt is' Lisbon, which had been or- anized for Tuesday of this week, was rokea up by tbe government A urobcr of persons were arrested and see that it an ,r up for rraiK-li" .The cabinet assea these thorny, Questions on to ,he caucus and tho caucus was evi- dently divided. Mr-: nowell s loii that we should .Have .racing w h- g Thev want him single-handed to light the Western grain growers, tha Men- rum ont betline evoke'; any great oE the Ontario Co Mr. now ell's Order- "Vhe relumed soldiers, the wer Ihe race hor.se men, the Guelpl'xovHiBto. tho title luintcrs, ihe plain people and any other class, race faction 'or fad. that may corns offer battle. They wll a sland by and watch U.u iinrloTOance in If li" wins out, Ihey will cry "vive 1 iltol'.'' If they will shout wit .'..i God save th )UW vour nest meeting, and forwarded to Premier Stewart, at a copy is sent Ho... Ceorgc min of education. Edmo Arta if in addition U> Ih If, yo 11 see that the member of Ihe A taleglstature for your conslituenc copy, too, we fee. sure that u insorvatives blame, equul enthnslasm., r-in-Council tor the'l King, is', dead! Mr. nowes r-.. nnuopularily of the Ontario remper- and for.Ml; the embarrass, -r lo d retu Mtr BOlng mcnts vvl.ich haflf.Ticset llio .if. io'S'ioi irilPOrianee until the Ihc.l'rmie Ui liiw oqmmbir talk thaljbe. Prim ]'t tarry oycr-long in oua- ier 'IMJI JIUL n He may get, divorce from Coverjirocjit is -crowing spirit of linrcsl; among n- spirit ui Sooner. or''later the Govern- ..vilh botlithese hiit.- for .the inS.-waiting for r eu f I. Kobcrl _ King." ''BiiUwholslieir'nppaHnlJ We hav asked we hav nsked the ilmi, Mr. liowell. Each h given us ;his reply i" confidence an nothing would .Induce us to divul what either of them said. ,o at the present that Sir Thorn .lid not suggest the name of Mr. Ro ell ami'Mr.'Unwell for some myst ious reason did nol mention the na of Sir Thomas White. a Vours very truly, G. H. JURXOCH, president (SKd 1 A. B. HOGG. Chairman, Educational Committee i. TUanklns you. Yours truly, J. H. MITCHELL. Park Superintendent. wheat administrator, in an address, venerday to members ot the Duluth Hoard of Trnde. He fail) he hoped to arrive al a satisfactory plan for cop- in- with Ihe situation as ihc result of consultations to be Held wiihl various trade interests. It is assumed, he asserted, Itmt Ihe nf No. I.northern wiiea' here at anil al Chicajc. at }126. but Ihat it ad- justments should be found necessary. sales ot Hour through wrlteri. DAYLIGHT SAVING tSti.c ril 29th, that Rev D: N. Morden al St. James' Snuare Presbyterian Church, Toronto, rtetcnrfed the Church's taking a.stand Preparefi ipods of the elements inyour cereal ibbd? who do, a; considerable ,ne the countrj. UhbrMgo needs'all the business 1 hive more senso Asleep- more Irh'l In the evenings under slanrtan our "g that period, than lew.nl lo ..so for either or "vowed mr; -called "Dayllghi, Saving" isonly natural women Free Press tsaytng ha of so-ca H. was originated to build and rhaintain promote digestion. A most ajppetizing food "There's a ffesson" for r ta that even Ihe railwajvwar board .can- JiTcV .he "-ho work rly In the mornlns-lhat tbe t.r- ers-rlo not need any change of them to .wort. The. very ,onably think that they should not SnvWenccd their 'necesBary because ot tho inclination or de- iriot other people to hare more day- for; your vahtaWe KtCf, Yours truly. UORXK. PROTECT GALT May 3rd, me HU1. in and- your cplumn, I wou ke lo make an to dog owners I tlcusl keep their dogs unto con- when visiting Halt O.rdcns. Al- early in th. season we been troublcil wtlh dogs scratch- nii '1 an) convinced int It Is not altogether the homeless I myself, and the .part 10 keep their dogs oft the flow and tho Hdtildni look wcM arc Slill iotne.iieople, I rtgret lo who to look on tnls popular park as TfCrClllon grouiin moro linn nm iilr'clsc The above would noi d I" r if hs I 'am a lover to Wealth For many thousands of women the Path to Health has certainly been through Lydia E. Pinkham's. Veg- etable (Compound, When this great remedy was first introduced, and for' many years after, skeptics frowned- upon its curative claims, but as year after year has rolled by and the little croup of women who had been .cured bv it has since grown into a vast army ot hundreds of and skepti- cism have been swept away as by a mighty tidal wave, until today this purely vegetable medicine is recognized the greate t remedy .'for woman's special ills, in the ivotld. .This is because it is a wonderful tonic and reconstruct which arts directly and favorably upon the feminine organisation arid is a specific for that purpose. i in M Countries DependI Upon off the fark. clnslon. I would the (o hcls me i Veqetable Compound ;