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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TUB UUliSUAY.M.VY -I, iy2 the lleciniea and tho company by sniok- I ing tbo calumet ot Deace. The- pipe, j de-signed tor tho occasion, j uill boar carved upon its stem Oia to i ct all (ho tritej. and will bo I presented to tlio governor M Q sou- voulr. Sir "lioher.t will confer upon each of the braves a rai'dnl struck in Iicnor ot imnlver.sary, and at a c- -j THE ouucll vjuat which the. Indiana the ground In (Tho Calgary AibeHan) Tho vTOTloclal premier bis entrust- ed to Hon. C- R. Mitchell. wide win ircwuror, th? heavy departments ad: by tie A. G. As lie lato minister of municipal at- fairs and public heallh faro all.ot his very valuable Urao to these vory detriments, the task Mr. Red River Carls and York I5oats to oce of the most Interesting ratification ot their pledges cl fealty. Mitchell Is assuming n-ttea added to semicircle, will reply to orations by the- sachems and chieftains. 'After !ho spoox-hes, the Indians will a wampum bell to tho governor AVifh Painlcd Indians to Take Part. bravery of paint, and beaded buckskiu. Indians from a dozen -Man.. Jlay In- dian fur brgadts and Vork boats load- ed with peltries tin ih'e Red Hiver. council fires burning at Fort Carry and tlio smoke of the peace pipe scenting [he air. ihe romance- of wVtl- v.'jl'i live at Ihi1 celebration of the 250 anniversary ot ihe ..uds-on's Bay Company which wiil be inaugurated iu ou I James Hay, Lake Superior fur tour.- May 3. try, northern Saskatchewan; from the Sir llobert Ivindcrsley, O.U.K., prairies, and from the llcicky Mc-nn- ca; of the distinguished of Hud-'tains, Athabasca. sad> liriiish Colimi- soii's Day company governors, will bf bis. present from Ruglaml and will lake! .River Scents historical spectacles ever staged In i and will partako of an Canada, will start from the fits of I least.. oM Kurt Uarry, the early capital c. tm.hai.i tho company's onco vssi empire, end! other four cities. abouc which Winnipeg grew, and romantic episodes pnss down stream eighteen miles Lower Tort Carry. Tricked out Iho work ot his own department, la Miroly a very difficult uae. Mr. Jlttfheil aUiiys the) Floats will picture] handy man la tho cabinet. Since- hej vy.Buuca in the company's became a minister la Iho Alberta gov-} history aud Iho development ot the i eminent, ton years ago. he has beenj est, and in the parades will appear j attorney general, minister of educa-j Indians, trappers, cowboys, dog teams. Keil Illvsr carts, Koyal CanaJiau will 111311 Vork boats and canoes is] Mounted 1'olicu, government officials provincial Eecrelary. minister j public works, provincial trensurar. and! now is minister'of municipal affairs fur brisado formation. To do houor] ami civic bodies, lu all thocities loov-1 and public heallh. In fact he -has. big pictures taken on a special filled overy position in thj govern-j io the to. -which their ancest- ors loyal allegiance, Indians will i from tho of Hudson I part In the river pageant and in the subsequent pageants which will be held successively in Kdmonton. May G-8; Calgarv. -May 11-13; Vancouver. May 1519. and Victoria. May 21-51. The Ited River pageant, which prom- dillon which spent seven months in the north and illustrating every-phase ot tho fur trade, will be. exhibited free to the public. During tho I'asMnts it Is expected the 4tre rltles concern- ed will declare holidays. nicnt that ot minister of agri- culture and minister of railways aud teieplignes. Ho has beec a very good The Beauty of The Lily can be yours. Its wonderfully pure, soft) pearly white ap- all blemUb es, will be com- puable to the perfect beauty of your skin ami compiulonif you will n Gouraud'S _ Oriental Cream. Ii D.T. HOPKlN.-i SON VoniroJil'; A flotilla o! froigut boats pilid higb wlili bales ot furs will trail in the wake cf tbo Vork boats In charge of factors and trappers in pioneer cos- tumes. As jl glides in lore rfoccs- sion through a countryside famous in' Hudson's Bay ir-AtlUions, past tho site of old Von Dough's, (ha scenes of Ixml Selkirk's lied River settlements and ihe battlefield ot Seven Oaks j where Governor Scruple and Iwenty men fell In conflict with their rivals 01 tho North West Company, tho pag- ciini will seem to sail out ot tho past of years r.go. When it reaches Lower Fcrl Garry, i stona bnildings and baUlemenl- eil stouo walls still preserve the pic- turesqueuess of early days, two an- icienl brass cannons.Ht the gate will boom a salute vhea they only the essences of rood and herbs to their sores and wounds. .That Zam-Buk Is acknowledged so superior to oiadntDts to-day, bccauscit is Naturc'ii Skla from roctj and herbi like the !--alms uicd by the early Romans, but more scientifically refined, blended and ccatrated Icto ccavcaleat form for modem Wheo applied to ft skin disease or annsaal pofrer ot peaetratloa tuablci it to reach the underlying llsiucj where most of the dlmsc germs are located, These It when, the diseased parti medicinally cleansed the heaUric fiitacd contained InZam.Bulc gcbvr aewf healthy (Issue which, replaces the old onO diseased. This is why cures are pertnaneat. Zaiii-Buk cures from the root up, ao trace of hlddea disease to break oaTagila. Zim-Bak It pure. 'It Is from animal fat and eoflMqaentljr It cannot torn raucld, but will "keep" for an indefinite Thlf nitiinlly ippealc to careful buyers and In combination with expltlni why is always found on medicine of the good housekeeper. who htve used Zam-Buk say _nothiaB. fcaa Its place for GCxcna, ringworm, rheum, bolls, ulcers, abscesses, chronic blood-poisoning, piles, cuts, burns, scalds ami all skin Injuries. He box, 3 lor 91.15. All Zam-Buk Co.', Toronto. FREE I. SAMPLE Mat apoa application and Ic stamp for postage. am BuR 7 NOW .AFRAID GAS 'WILL ONLY MAIM HOPPERS MONTREAL. -May la connection with the projected scheme (o kill grasshoppers In the west by the use of poison gas, J. R. Innes, secretary of the Society for the Prevention, of Iruelly to Animals, lost night ques- tioned whether this plan would be "usliflablo. The mere killing ot the usects.was not objected to, but the question was .whether those who ap- plied the gas wouli be sure that they would kill their victims outright. Judg- ng by the frightful suffering poison gas had inflicted on soldiers, great cruelty might be caused to the Insects. >lr. liines pointed out ifi this connec- lon that the law provides penalties 'or those whd without reason caused suffering to dumb creatures by bind- ;or of b'Js own-aggressive personal He had. a keoh.Vision ot tha ful eaning of the hoapMal policy which c >was creating and administering is doubtful if'Eonssiofthis colleagiiei er fully grasped his'full meaning o nderslood his vision. He looked upon hospital district, not merely as'ai ganiiciitlon of ratepayers who wor Hiding a which to hous ie He the hospiUi Us Ills -'dlstrit urges.- scltoplfnprsAsy the schoo :sp.eclionj the snnitnry wftrk and !i a 'hfialtliy 'idynamo, about hich revolrta all otilbq health actlr- lea of that district It is because of IHls complete vis- ti of organization' ih.al1 Ihe hospital oltcy has been so. successful. If the resent minister can properly grasp be same great idea, Inject some driv- ig power Into plan and maintain ho tramcwork complete, he will do ooil work for the province. However, ho settles down to the old Idea that hospital district an organization f certain districts, nidi-ely for the pur- ose of building a hospital where sick eople may he housed, and It ha al ows any part ot the prospective organ- zatlon (o lapse, tiien he will destroy ie> popularity of tho hospital policy, nd vrhat la much worse, seriously iiv erfcre with lla'veltlo lo the commuu- ly- Mr. Mitchell has a great opportun- ism South Oxford Prohibition Assocla- Ion bold their annual convr Ion at Delmer on Wednesday. ing, healing or otherwise maltreating them, VISIBLE GRAIN NBW YORK, May visible supply of American aud honded.gralti howB the following changes: Wheat, .decrease ISo.OPO bushels; oats, de- creased rye. decreased barley, CLAIM MONTREAL BROKER SOLD, STOLEN 'NEW YORK BONDS ay local after- noon paper tho following: May realers-are In the York jail lu con- nection with the five million dollar bond robbery-bn Wall street and tho visit of 'Nicky' to this cily a few woeks Three ot the men. whose names are carefully guarded by the lawyers' they have, engaged to de- fena iheiu', fffiTsald to be well known husinessmon, parl.oT a gang of 12 who helped. Arnstelh get rid ot his bonds a.half.of Liberty bonds s sold a Montreal brokerage .discount of ,oO per cent. The ..authorities who Ihe broker Isi-but'vish. toTOund up the rest of Eans before they lay hand! on with leaders ot several political groups this morning, !t Is probable he will be able to give the king a definite reply by tonight. Senor Dato has con- trol of 97 votes In the cortes und 102 in the senate.' v SHOULD BE KEPT.HANDYli ASK DATO TO SE .'V.SPANISH PREMIER) 'May Dato, former premier and leader of tho -Lib- oral y.'lng of. the' Conservative party, hits beer; .asked by King Alfonso -to form a cabinet- 'He-wris in conference mdsor Stops Hair Coming Out: Doubles Its Beauty. A tow cents trays- "Dandorino After an application of "Danuerlne you can not find a fnllen hair or aa damtniff, besides every nolr shov ntw life, vigor, brightness, more t.d or and PROMPT RELIEF for (he ilomotn, Iry IKO or three K.M01B5 after dissolTed on the ionauo necp aid to dilution. 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