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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta , t ^ ' 'BSD] Te hemfS centrad' Ki whoi ^ hfabtitlnw* ia tati.vArtoiOi Bdmosiw^t!SmrtAMmi^ the coaat; /iltt^cu#:^ l^Susra she di-rect}]r//fti^tei Pni�erti�B ofth�!Canadian P^tfic, eald ^.>preatd^^,!'%ere in excellent coadKiott and tif no timet in ita hie-tory baa it been better equipped to perform it* |i�abIiCr�enrioef*i r.,io play ..^^Jii^fdFBabae-pi^iifiitiMity' 'waa "af^^j^Med as Lord Shaugh- nejaey, ....... _ ...... . . ; / P'ridlcta Big Immiaratlon . . , Mr. Beatty olifaM with a prediction that ImmigraMon to Canada would develop on a large aoale and reaffirmed the dlrecito^a' ifaith in the future growth and proaperity. i�f�pa.�Y:.a;, ��^jwrv-iCT^f^SSFS^-. � � ' V'ottts can be fouHd/and:ihiB friet\d�l -are anxioua. Salinas' Jbm a .Spaniard* young, short, and syra'rthy. Long ibejore-Alice Arm 'blo^soihed fOCtb as a bdomin g silver TO&m p, ih is unbounded: ffCttb in the diaij;nct''Itept hjm prospecting through the hills, pe-spite privation and solitude, his courage'never iflagged. finally he struck a"; vfelnv Tday , ,the Spanish Oreup- ia deeidedly::.^worth owning. But the': gwner has-been missing for weeks. Heiwandered-away after a prolonged illness from influenza. ' Stacked in Backs at the Spanish Group is enough allver ore to yield a modest fortune. 3|lrHT POTAfOES AHfe DEift >' BONUS (Canon ^coVt^if reoerd at the troaM where aa a^niordChaplain, lar ,C�iU|i^ dian IMTJpMniL{bt exhibited a d0*oaad%�Ol^iM^ were reqarkt' abte, entttlW^liin to speak on, a ;ettbjectV;Wiai.:>flUcb he is well auk| . matfd8",t tboG. JV. V. A. are tbi subject 4>fittUcb:y living foir five yeari morb or iMtj^ldi hell in FMnce. it td:d&f,^il� bJltUi lire stable, it today irtfittdnaS fortanea are being made in Canada (and that they are is being manifested by the purchase ot motor cars and'other luxuries), it is all owing to the fact that month aflter month and year aifter year men were willing to live away from home unable in many cases io return even when their loved ones were sick and dying and lowers comp^ejled -to face hardsbipa 6ncta(^( If these meii: ahVanlT ^from ^tbe o^ecH > of machine' gubs, abelM, .^ptaon jga* atjd liquid firift ttaa altaru^yaiwaa ^^ave theireyea bandaged, a piece - of'; white . :papto be.�hdt at dawn. Itwaa by^men being.wUling to face these hldeotfs coaditi6ne.of war that Canada , h98i if (hat la the caaa a JttH and gnM*fid public should nawr b� coatentad naol this blot baa baaii-;re& done Its 'wor awayft�)n the^ their m Th they. bave sav^ loroughly normal of time has can n^t- i^et [V{it) done our-lives, unes, iiiey If Effimmit Silii KftiaTMr Syttmm .^WaU-tepM^ Wah^w'tiiarliiiliai' pMpwIyuSrepilHly: Spliatalipfi�|ittal MMtt,:Ul|' .MMltaM;.'.!; IFTERmm Real tile SIdnandPrerentlnfee* tioa with **ABSG|^IMB JR." Hia flwat lifaliiig. moi^ aoothingg fnoat affacthra aUn lotioh you can use Iftar ahavina k oaa you can make up at bona^ addiog aaa ottace of "ABSORBINE JR^to a quart �f .water or witch haaeL To ,tUa lotloa ov�r tiw faca after Aaviag ia a Iwninr indeed. It takea away aU aoceneaa-prevcnta chappiag and lrriuUon->bcala tha akin^-aixl pravaata 'jifectkm. A solutioa of "ABSORBINE JR.? ini^water makaa an aiRsdlant OKnitli waih; it tbocoughly cleani the mouth, tetA'SfthtsSKsr**'^" 11.35 ' � eraent'f 5 a lMttle-*at moat drafgiata A. HELi> THE BAAIES!  TAGDA^;MAY 15 BENO LABRADOR BOUNDARY ISSUE TO PRIVY COUNCIL ST. JOHN'S. Ntjd., May 4.^Tho minlater.ot jus^ce of Newfoundland Is preparing a brief In connection with the dispute between this country and Canada over the Labrador boundary, and the case is to be submitted t6 the privy council in the near future. VANCOUVER BAI^ilM^ STRIDE VANCOUVER, B ,q.| May A-^^Mas-ter bakers and stctlisrsUoday^ predict: that the city's bi^ead ^pttr wiU ,ba^ normal by Saturday, bttt^iara hap^^een no move..toward~a. aett|S6itaai|it:vA meet^; ing of union .Bteam>enginei^';einjiloyy ed in bakeyles forptihijiy condemned their fellow worke�r6 tQi* aitWi^'.lhasty ^an ; our boys and umake al ^outB. of promises . to them If �! they 'Would tvonly win victory and peace. IJow that the ^varb^a 5.00^tor the flfthv and $^0^ for eachsday after.'the tftlSvday. Tbf>i '�oldeai'f'car awaiting. Bhiipment on tbV trSiokB-'daitea its an-ivartrom- Apnl 18. Otb'erpotato cars are'recdi^ed ashi^v-ing- been-, placed by.^the Grattd Trvnfe 6n Aiprll 10, 20,, and .at various other I'dat^B'^ttpftfe the SCfh;- ferm^ i?n^^ the ''^Sfe^^^ you lkShei||(^Hg^m^^ not Map^tui�i^^ereal Company Ltd. ^hiaUjbr, Ontario. eti^fld^th^m. but'*(^ely it- is not un-ietofible for *ettme back and found himself left In the, race by men who stayed at home. Owe people are fond ,of honoring the dead-those who baVe made the supreme sacrifice. It is a right and proper thing to do. But let our people remember than the men who did their dilly at the front and did not happen to get killed have just as much laid down their lives as those, whb will rievbr come back. The dead do not ned our praise and out help. The \VidowB and children of the fallen, the disabled irien, the men who came back arid' under great difficulties are try-iifgl to make homes for themselves or keqlp the old homo going, they are the n^en 'to whom the public can. show and oTjght to show Its gratitude. The legend of the Pied Piper of Hamelin is one'; which Canada ought to remember. When liaving delivered the town from the" plague of rats tlie piper returned �toyitihe mayor and corporation and asked for a thousand guilders whioh'^ had been agreed upon, the money was relSused. Do not let our gratitude be lilk^ that. As I have'&ld I am not pleading now that the bonus asked ^ould be granted, but I am pleading wiUi �l.the public to see if possible the poSttlOhf-ot th� returned, soldier'- from that BOMiWs polnt-of view.'^Because the request of the G. W. V. A. has hefio, made and denied, do not let a 1k/|Ri. AURORK ^ARRtTTE. �N>M THE 14URSING MISSION lillLKSTATION^ The ladies feel th�y must keep the statipntoiH3n all year. EqUlpmem is needed and mothers unable to pay; are supplied with the milit �  tree. The mission condiucts a clinic every Wednesd&iy afternoon and > tri'ea to be ot every possible service tir mothers. � You hayd tbo opportunity to'help on : MAY 15 >y 'p'-immmmmm. ;