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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGK li'UJ HERALD MOXUAY: MAY 3; 1920 Sir Robert Kindersley, Governor of Company, Was Picturesque Scene TVIN'NIPEG. May PlcturMqiW la Jts eniiretv and eintoinizinj; In en-ry possible way the sctti-liles of tV.e Hudson's Bay Company during tUs last two anJ a half centuries, jageaot arranced to commemorate thej Joundins o( the company was staged I en tho River today. Among tho prominent official, tafcins was Sir Robert Kinders'.e-y, the governor! of the company. Throng of people on both tuinaS' ins formation and starting, of the Iciltan fur brigades and of ihe [lapoant ivas carried out suc-t and the c.inocs got away the prjiicleacy and precision inarms Indian paddle-men. 1 FOUR SUDDEN DEATHS OCCUR IN MONTftEAt- MOVrREAL, May vvoro reported over the week-end. One was a shoo'.iiig accident in Kose- mount, when a boy was shot -hy kid examin- ing a revolver. Tivo others sudden persons found detd in ued. The fourth was that of Auguste Kckstoin, brother ot Eckstein, the well-known tMontrefll pianist. He was ruu orur by a street car in both legs being severed, and d'td ou Hie way to the hospital. m HEADACHE! ST. CATHARINES PAPER SUSPENDS PUBLICATION Years Of Suffering Ended By "Frnit-a-ttos" 112 Huts ST., Sr. Jons, K. B. "IS is with pleasure (hit I write tell you of the great benefit 1 received from the use of your medicine jxicfs. f a'Jj a szysrer fur many ;roors from frfntjxs ffftdackcs end I tried everything, consulted doctors; but nothing seemed bo help me until 2 tried Make Special Effort to Se pure Action of the TEXTILE STRIKE tand o'ocratives went into effect at 37 cotton "cloth mills In Uiis city today. Tho strike was otcasioued hy cue post- ing notices regarding working con- ditions Tor the loom fixers, who were retiulrtd to operate more looms than iormcrjy. OTTAWA, May of the government from the western provin- ces vrere azain la conference today on; After taking, several boxes, I Via completely relieved of these troubles mid hara been unuyially well ever Miss ANXrE WARD. We. a box, G for Iml sire, At all dealers or scut postpaid by Frolt-a-tivcs Limited, OttaTra, especially rreardius matters arising! out of the btldgot. Further reports of sub-committees, dealing .with' the tar- iff, wheat board, handling of tte 1S20 crop and Income came up for sideratlon. TJie feellriB In regard natural resources was that tho govern- ment should immediately maie provision to the provinces. This, It Is nnJerstood, mil be strongly urged. T.'K. Christie, Native of Glas- gow, Passes Away After Half Hour's Illness Vancouver Patriotic Fund Sec- rt'tary Tells Pensions Com- mittee of Difficulties OTTAWA, May Canadian II. Bofcner. eiecntlve sec- retary of the Vancouver branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fuuil, was calleG jtbis morning by the special commit- j tee on pensions atid re-establishment, j lo give.stwMai iTldcBce in regard to (conditions British Cfllumblu. He dealt'wlUi tho diftribattou o( the fed- eral emergency fund and been cases of flilsrepresebUtlpn. Some of these bad.been protecnted and tho moral effect had been so zood (hat IS men had nmde restitution be- fori Iheh- attempted fraud was discovrj ercd. lateness of the rcltftT work be-: ns establislied iu tUe west was a draw- back, li pratticaily January 1 be- fore relief fluids were issued And there was a groat deal of Unrdshlp amouK relurneJ, iti December. Mr. Bonner dealt with the work of the CanniltaD Patriotic Fund 'duriuf; the war ami with stops taken to .deal with the problems of re establishment. More thau men enlisted in oth- er, provinces secured tbelr discharge in British Columbia. From the employers' paint o! view, many o! these men were unsatisfact- ory citizens. Disability men to the number.of 25 per week, were coming Into Vancouver. Muuy vi these men had been enlisted in California or other states for the inland water trans- port or ougiuesriuB sen-ices. The American government was deal- ST. CATIIARINBS, Out, May Evening Journal sus- penrled publication Saturday bo- cause, o! tho steadily lucreas- ins coat of material and sd- vaniemeut of wages: The was vstabltshcd in 1S59. MORE FARMERS ORGANIZE DlUBT, K- B., May Clgby uoty branch ot Ins United Farmers of Nova Scotia, was organlKid here Saturday. Not a Substitute For Olive Oil The Sweetest Oil .from Anrlcotc Let Andy Doit H.your pulo or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the- "know the and the biggest shop lu.Alberta'U at your ANDY THE'RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grill SERVICE DAY ANO NIGHT Phine Office Ave. S, Uthbrldae, Alberta Ride In 3 McLsushlln Special, li eostB no mare.. DODDS KIDNEYJ PILLS HA1ECZEMK Eczema or Salt ilheum manifcsis Itself ID little round which contain an irritating fluid These break and subsequently a crus Is formed, and the intense humitig itching and smarting, pspocially nljht or when the part'ls eipbsed to finy gtroug heat is almost unbearable The success, which Burdock Bloot JSitters has met with in stiu disease cffciich severity is due to its wonder jul blood cleansing and purifying prop crtles, acd i.we kutiw ot no other, ren ody that.has .done, or can, do, GO muo for those whp.'are almost driven to dia the terrible torture. Mr. Jarnea Walker, 152 Niagara 5L Hamilton, Ont., bee usiug Burdock for som months past, aud lind it an.excellen rcraedy for skin' eruptions. I havoj suffered Tv-ilh eczema for- over 21 j years! and have tried, thing you could think was re com- luonded lo use Burdock Blood Bitters, and 1 am clear of my skin trouble. It is certainly a good remedy and'l shall recommend it to all my friends." MariU'actured for over -40 years by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, rish Agitator Convicted Cnrnihal Anarchy Is r Sent Down were taken today wheu ames J. Irish agitator, con- ictert last week of criminal anarchy ,st.s fentenced-to five to ten years in he state iirfson at hard labor. Fifteen detectives 'guarded the court room, -which was.filled with'Larklh sympa hlzore. -One.yonns woman rebuked hy the raurt'.when, she rose and attempt ed to'take'. Larkln's hand.as lie was. ledaway. '.Several ".women shook hands i Larkin arid the mother of former As sernmyman Gotlow, now serving sen tcnce criminal anarchy, embracei ins with those cases. (From Our Own Correspondent) COWLEY, Slay once .ore Is'.visited hy death. Tho entire own aud coimuunity were much hocked hy the sudden death of" die f its most respected citizens. Thomas Builer Christie. Cliri.stie in Glasgow, Scotland.' He and Mrs. Christie came o-Canada just 20 years ago to'the lay he died. May 1. For years Mr. Christie had Bceis roubled with his heart, and since -oming to Cowley had one previous attack. However, the end camo'r.sud- rtnly on Saturday evening about 9 ('clock, whon after a half hour- or nore of suffering ho passed away.' A liUle over .a year ago Mr.1'aud Mrs. Christie purchased the business of J. Kean and since that timciMr. Christie proved himself to be of sterling character. Honest iusl In his business, dealings, "ui and frank with his follow men, a riend of all dumb creatures, lover of little children.-, The fuopral will be heid Mondaj afternoon at 2 o'elock'froui the house if. A. MacMichae! reading-'the The remains will be Interred iiuthe' Cowley cemetery.- j Eleven cheques have been Issued totalling J55.0.000 by tho Joverunigut under the Kuril Credits Act this year. NEURALGIC PAINS Way to Soothlni Wizard Oil Ilamlin's Oil is a ssft and tiTective treatment for headache and neurclgia. Rubbed in where the paia is, it acts as a tonic to the nerves and almost invariably brinRi quick relief. ;ts hcsiinsr. antiseptic stivays he relied upon to prevent iectiori.or othci serio-.is results', froiu hruijes, c'u'.s, bums, bites aud stings. Just, as good, for sore ff-t, stiff bites, cold lores ar.d canker sorer Get it from druggists for 30 .cents. Tf not satisfied return the bottle and get your 'money back. .Ever constipated or headache? Just try Wirard Liver (IcasanJ Httlc pink-pills, 30 COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open to take on the work of one or two more Coun- try UruiT Stores. Write for partlcul >rt. 1214 AVL, SOUTH ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING We hare the equipment and ex- perience to handle all kinds of work ou the lowest terms. Bring your broken machinery parts to us. Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Avt., Off. Hotel Phani Jack Hill Jack Holllngsworth LETHBR1DGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SEftVICE PHONE 664 HORSE HAIR) HJDES PELTS RAW FURS TALLOW YOU WILL RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR YOUR GOODS BY SHIPPING TO A RELIABLE -FIRM. THE LARGEST DEALERS IN THE WEST A. CTARRUTHERS Co. Ltd. P.O. BOX 37 LETHBR1DOE, ALTA. 't PHONE MS AVE. 8. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT WE HAVE'ALL KINDS OF HA Y READY FOR SHIPMENT WIRE US FOR PRICES, IT WILL PAY YOU. WE ARE GOVERNMENT LICENSED AND BONDED. THE MITCHELL HAY GRAIN COMPANY MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN'EXCHANGE 156 GRAIN EXCHANGE -WINNIPEG, Provincial Government and the Town's Issue. JFarmerDies I icallhy teeth canr.ol live in diseased tissue. Gums tainted with Pyorrhea For not only (He teeth fjc aiTccted, but Pj'orrhc-a germs into the borty, lower its vitality cauaa many ills. Pyorrhea begins with lender and bleeding gums. Then the gums recede, the teeth decay, Sooscn and fall out, or r.iust extracted to rid the, system of the poisonous gcrmj that bvectt in pocliels about them. Four out of five pcoiilc over forty lavs this discaEe. But you reed rot have it. Visit your dentist often fa; toofil and gum inspection, keep Pyorrhea by uiing l'orliia'31'o: the Gums. Foih an's For The Gums '.vill ptcvt n t Pycrrhea-pci- ciifck its listxl in lime and itssd consisteully. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do IMs. Ffirimn's the Kama hard and liealthy, the teeth ar.tl clean. If you liayc lender or bleeding stilt using it today.- If has already set iii, t; Forlian's accord- ing to directions, and cont'jlt 3 Irnokdiately for SjKcial treatment :33c and 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If youf cannot supply you send to ua dirsct and wiil msil tuba postpaid. FORUM'S, LTD., arts (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, May, Grier, to .Australia 'three months agV'feturaed''this-'week', and had a very pleasant trip. He Intends to live in Alberta. C. H. Althnm, -who for years was-tOTsn-cnginec-r at .Macleodr lias accepted a similar position lu ono of tha B. C. towns. Cecil Altham and family have re- moved lo Vaucouv'or, where be has a position with a large motor company of that city. The nitration plant Is now proving Its worth, as during the melting ofj the and the recent rains and snow storms, the water Is In good con- dition and St for use. James Patterson, an aged farmer who lived ten miles south of Maclcod for tho past ten years, died a I the liofpltal Friday night. He had been i pationt tor throe weeks. He carao rtlth his family from Scotland some years ago, and after working at stone cutting for a time, located a home- stead, where he spent the lust few years ot his life. He was 79 yearfi ol age. Fix Up Town's Finances Mayor Fawcett and members of tho finance committee root the provincial finance men. with officials of the town's hankers, and arrived at an ar- rangement whereby the business of the town will be carried on. apparently lo the satisfaction of all parlies con- cerned. At the last meeting of the U. F. A.] an.offer was read to thosr. prcpcnt !rom the president of tho Oreat West Saddlery Co., to takf over the business of the U. F. A., wholly or in part. The Great West Co. would buy them out, or vake a half Interesl. or one third, and move the business to the Ortat West Saddlery's building. A commit- lee was appointed lo deal with matter and report on May 1st. hut on account of the storm and bad roads no meeting was held. i Brleht municipal council held (titirj regular mooting on Saturday, Mnj- 1. when tho regular order of routine carried out. The ladies of tho Presbyterian church held a sale of work and allnr- noon tea on Saturday, which was well attended, and a financial nuccess. reasonable time. er a limited PORTHE GUMS BROCKVILLE DOCTOR DIES BHOCKVILbE, Ont., May J. C. Mitchell, aged 70, superintendent ol thfl TiOROitAi for the insane, durd vr-s- Owing to the Late Spring arid realizing it will -be necessary for many farmers to secure more korse power in order to complete seeding I am prepared to on number of teams ready for work at a reason- able price on. time. Also to, loan money on equity in land, seed lien or chattel mortgage at interest r of 10 per cent, No bonuses. As will work from Spokane bringing land buyers into Alberta tHis season the Pilling Land Co. offices have been closed at Lethbridge. I will therefore require an option on any land at a reasonable price where money or horse power has been advanced. All correspondence or wires will reach me at Lethbridge Hotel, or 425 West 5th Ave. Spokane. Will bo in the Lethbridge District Until May 25 YOU DON'T KONW How Much You Can Get For Your PtLTS and FURS UNTIL YOU GET OUR OFFER _ DEALERS IN HIDES, PfeLTS AND'FURS PHONE.442 ADDRESS: 320 6lll ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 R. W. PILLING OF Irrigable Land Near the Town of I INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY AUCTION Satiit-day, May 8th THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED. IRRIGABLE LAND That portion of the S. E. of Sect, -4-1.Q-Ji-W4tli, Men, lying; to the south of the Canadian Pacific! Rail- way consisting of 78 and 240 acres, ''Tills'Is gociV'ngflcttltiirril land with water, rights under .the Tuber Irritj'slfpii Dlslrict and is ou tho main roul half mile of 1'auor and ons-mlie from elevators mid bustiiess part of IOWD. Terms casn, pno-thtrd lu ono year and hAiaiice in ysats per cent. Interest. I WILL ALSO OFFER FOR SALE AT THE SAME TIME ONE THREE-ROOMED HOUSE Jsittmlod uear ihe above land which woiiJcl-bc suitable to move ami nk up for a dwelling house, Sale Will Be Held at Tainter Porteous Sale Barn, Taber, at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 1920. W. A. PORTEOUS AUCTlONEEf ;