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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Till-: LET11BRIDOE DAILYHERALD TUESDAY. MAY 0, BIELBBEI. Province of Orenburg. Tlussia. Monday. April rule. unfolded by ibe re-occupallon by Ibc Siberian array of a large section of territory, discloses wholesale Bor- der, robbery persecution. Ir-vKli- gallon by the Associated wori. lo Ihem a pnesl loial n- governors ard Uud ers were sent lo cemetery lo ara Throughout and the aisiricl of Ufa. ers wer craves for those whf. vere This whoie'nsne is was released .hrouBh. he, Ports' of ihe local leacheis' orss.nlia- eo'jrl? are a tratSBty: Ihe are uirtian and suWerl'lo recall by an Inquiry com rcifsloa. Persons F1PROM1 II .used of crime i .rrulued counsel only from a or otflcTil attorneys poiiucai uv.'iiiik-'. ;UT her fellow rrisi.oers were taken -fore an inquiry commission at ,nle.- and from i 1 dcalbMmJude drunler.- neit. dealing and 'a I i The hurried fllfhl from Ufa of tie- Bo'.hevik Wes ner.nltated the leiv- Inr ol the bodies of 10 o! Ibelr vynnis in tie court yards of in? comails-. Mirtnu.rtErJ. The vlcltas, LABOR CLAUSES OF PEACE TREATY OTTAWA. May X. W. Ilowell gave to ihe com- mom Monday afternoon ihe lei: of the nine labor clauses in the peace treaty. Mid-Atlantic Reports Againil ii S. Planes Will N'ol Start ST. JOHNS. MM.. May "lorthirest wind prevaillns here today reonLribute5 to weather coaartlons favorable to flyins. but Atlantic con- ditions afc'nol promisinE- Tee avia tors Trill await the mia-day .kefore deciding as lo maitas a s.ar..! U. S. Planes Hunp Up XBVi" YOP-K. Veatber reports from poInU along "-the coast and a strong northeast TVlsa "held the three L'nitrd States naval planei-to Iheir hangars early today. the naval planes would OL- tha propasi.d flishi to Hllifai 'later. In the day depended upon a mod- In the wind and niore favor- reports from zrons the route lo S- A- Wernlcke o( Hilton, H.C-, writes lhat she Is convinced taved ber nhco blood-ixjlionlns s-el Inr.s a iruUl ol She "I was lewtns when Ihe needle slipped and ruy finger lo the bonr. Soco tar floKer snd ibeu my hand be'tan lo swell, and became to slifl that 1 could nni use 11. I became nnyiaus and tried, rem- edy after remedy. As encb. one failed I tried another, but ray hind only E0> worse and the polton spread rich! up oiy arm. Larpe lumps appeared, and the pjld was aw fill. -Then a friend I recommended Zani-Biik and I 1 luit no time In trylnc it. II vatn't lone before the pain crew leJi and less, tlie lumps disappeared and then Ihc swell- Ing was reduced. Zom-BuU drew out all the poison and then healing commenced. 1 continued using Zam-Buk nn- lll 1 was completely amcoQvlnced If It hadn'l been for this wonderful IjvLm I should have lost my arm." No matter how smill the In- jury, H sric-uld have immediate attention.If would avoid aerlous consequences- Apply Zam-Buk once andyo will havenolhlnsjtofcar- Ztm-Bnt Is equallygood ecicma, 'jiceri, and piles. All amBuk Hon. Duncaii Marshall Visits 1 Sugar Location is Not Public bss ifdf four little, hlldrcu. her varenlB. Mr' luul xlrs'! r, ChrlsUnsfii. broilers mid! de numerous Irlvudt1. wl'u ilend Ihelr Ucartfell syiniuthy to he berenved. Mart Veterans Home 4Uymoud uialu homo two more veterans In (lie tol 1'lf.s arid Chst. F3.utU'y. buJU of wbord enlisted In Ihc 13ih, .were iMii'errod, ami saw several yonrs In he trenches. Mr. Glluerl Ii shorlly eavlnt lor Mrdlclnc Hal for a short Btiv aud possibly lu locslo Mr. Faulty I" lUymond Is one of lire brothers vhu have been at Ihu from. C.P.R. Changes are sorry.to Mr. Thresher, our CPU station Rgeul. is colnK to bo rellevliiE first BOins lo N-anlon. Mr. Thresher Our Own RAYMOND. May friends .1 Mrs. Henry th, sorry lo learn of her sudden demise I ngems we Mrs. Anderson hid Ihc several weekn ago and VM apparenlly well Tureshcr will during Ihc rammer, an n to EO to lh? farm. HUM miles place Is litmg to LW vv m- DJSI of lovrn. last vvr-es, where, ntlcr in very snort pVrlod ol lllaess, she passed away- Heirt trouble the Immediate cause. She leivts to ruoum xMost grocers sell BLUE RIBBON TEA and most people drink it Do you have it in l your home? i good ono and ahould be- OVER-ACIDITY el the nu atnj a night'iieU. disturbed, diiulve tvo or Ihiee KkHQIDS on lontjuc retirirn and joy refreshing TKepuntj-and SCOTT ft UAKEU OF SCOTTS bv Mr. Petllor, who has Just re- rned from overseas. Mr. Pcllfor was a Ravmondlio several years ago.' so j Tne Ideals i In re-turning U> Raymond lie Is renew-] mi. Ing old ami friendships.; ,rhc ,.oundl wm icc-pl no more Hon. Harahall'l Viilt promises lo pay water and light ac Ono of Raymond's red letler days .of the year passed on ftlday, when I tho Hoii. nuaccn Marshall, minister prom counte. Jhe are what U mut- ed and "needed. town's as'iiine for tenderi lor Kho Hou. Duaccn jiirinan. towns asii lot agriculture, and Mr. Beyers, super] unuEej part of the park and tie lutendral of experimental fefnuj. 1'niil j ceraeterr were considered. 'us a visit' to locate the site for i building of i.hcxScliool ff Lure. t Many -lon-nsnt'ople were Interested lo know the einct location of the biilldUiF but he came, ho located, and lie went, leaving the buMliiE on continued casl nnd north street where once tons of fujar bef Is were Brown but cow is a or1 alfalfa aurroundfd by most thriv- ing crop of Canada Ilitslle. The loira council iu Hi ceiueicrr ui-n- berl's tender for and D. P. Skouson'i for-Ihe remelerr were ac- cepted. veterans AFTER INFLUENZA WINTER COtDS- i e oira e other nlghl decided lo pipe the wSter to tic bullJioE throuth a two- Preparing For Ntw Construe Houses To Clost Thursdnys The business houses of Hit- town have announce! liirir inlenltcn of closing every Thursday afwnoju dur- inp ihe sunirncr months bEginuinfi on Uhe 15ih of May- All palroas arc re- IqucE'.eil to take nole ui lliia and save i many Condllious pemmtins- on tie Irau3 Allantic inp- iFnm Our Corrwnoilflfl FOREMOST, Dr------- ars-was a vllilor in Lcthbridgc dur-j ins Lho week- reiralar monthly meelmg of Tne j ,Seaplane 3ne lidieV Aid will b! held on N.S.. May C.-E7eryliinc Miy 7, it parson- j fe in Wadiness al the seaplane laU meeting Oi at tle'eaElera passase icr Jhc j.Nr au members are TO-i .-lioR of tie Uirec United Sliles nu55le-a io le in utendance. which arc due tonl.hi t.npbeii is speniins lie -_ on the ,n Calgary. MUs Elittbeth Hunt was a visitor. Lt'.hbridxe this week. Miss Seaman left on Wednesday's Iraln for Caltary where she will j a few days vislUns with friends. The KlnjV Danghters nava reaum- ;d their rernlar meetings after Ihe jkil'na epidemic. The meetings are j on Thnrsdoy erenicy at tne Parson- The hour.o( tne SundaT .rhool ses- have been'changed from two o'clock In Ihe afternoon to eleven 'o'- In the morning. This changs will in elfeet durlog the summer months. CANADIANS DECORATED You pa'.c, liin, veak-wiln liltle Your liver'is sluRjish and the bail biood causes your stomach nmsclel lo lose ihcir'cUsticily and becorot llab- bv indijcslioc. Pierces Golden ilcdlcal DM- coiery, made Irom wild rools and free irom alcohol or mrcolicsi is ihc great and powerful blood purifier ot- to-day. Ingredienis printed on wrapper. -This .Ionic, in liquid.or (Met j'js! you netd-lo I vigor and vilality. Take it as dirccle'd and it -will 1 out impure and poisonous malter Ihroughout.lhe system and climinale.it Uirocgh tlit-nilural channels, Von cm procure a irial padage oy 1 ralids1 Compiainf ;of stndinij 1.01 Rr.-Pierct's Iny. -He Hopes (o Re-eslab- t.Vm..... lish Lawful Government iSoidcr. Mlver trouble, and fonnd it eieellenL ana nonlAnolbo iviihout II.- I suHeredJrom (13y E. Playfair, Canadian VLADIVOSTOK, May Onrsic mlj on April 26 Admiral Kolchak defend- ronBCiion ol the liver about six years always fly Ibat.this medicine curert t alwavs say inat.Luja me- 1 have also given it lo my family for eolds and it currd them Jn shon edlcal DIKOV- n Ihe srouud itiat 11 strong md wafc needed in this clis- fluntrjv OIlce m0re 1 had bccorof, all rnn-aoirn. was weak .and nervous. WH-LCF IU l-HU uuiiuiufc i-ui Inch Speclflcallons tie now In the lown tor Ihe Mr. Qualify, of the experimental irm here, I> nearly through seed- Mr. T. O. King is fencing the old Itenuo somhwcsl of town. As lonsi llic sugar compBny owned the) laud they permilted traffic diagonally j through that section, bu: In uuyine the land Mr. King bought ihe road, and j will from on farm it. Travellers to and from Majratli will go eilher west or south ono mi'.e after crossing the canal lo get on Ihc main road. Stakt Conference Tbe Taylor Stake conference will convene n'en Saturday and Sunday, iy 10 and 11. The last-chosen President -Dallard, of the sfoiWestem Slates Mission, and Jos- eph McMurrin. onc ol the lirsi seven presidents of the 'TO's, will bo here. The choir is under llio leadership ol C "Stone, and tas prepared somci eictileni selections for bolli Ealur- day and Suuilay.' More Fire Protection The council met on night, with Mayor .Pack in the chair ami Councillors Courl, Coslloy and present. The council proposes to give more fire protection lo the business se.ctlrm i pi naritcular and th" (own !ll general, j reducing the size of life per-, mic building area. I The license question was again brought up; and'.k was determined lhat all places holding entertainments ivhere aji, admlEsion cbaree Is made must pay'a license.' There is some tall; of the govern- ment unlling wlth'lhs town In remov- ing the uleclrlc llc.hl polca 'mm the Four year old Frederick; Rounds of 36: 1'apc avenuo, Toronto, vas stnicH bv an aulomobile opposite his home- and instantly killed. The !ad was playing on the street opposite hli when his moliicr called to him. IlceJless of tho traffic he ruBhed across tho road directly In the jmlb of an oncomlns var. and bEforf the driver could stop Iho lad had been knocked down. Ipostd lo ue carried on In this district I cA OTer ....._., M idnrlas the summer. We trust lhat tbel He staled that American '.Bar lo' D.S.O.: Colonels _ood TCOri win flop Ihe order in Siberia liad ill I....... Arthur Barbin, Louii Jone u[ 3nt be j" govi.vurncni. lie aid Lionel Milne. Infantry; t.oloncl anll ino wire strung and Ihe Faiii'itosala needed liclp-.rum Thole work completed. the Iwo great who hail on Ihc Neil Sunday, May 11. will be greli not Ihe assialnncc of braled as Mothcr'a-lMy In IhR lorjil j soldiers. S'levenson, Fort Garry llorae. ---'The Prc3byl5iia'n Colles? at >1ont- 'rfal conferred UK degree ot D.D. upon Jicv! J. C. .MaiSn, of Turkey. ReT. 'Alei McMillan ot Toronto. Hev. Qeo. of .Ylonlrial, Rev. Prof. II. A- hX'nt of Hallfai. bralea as in somieih. cburcn. A special address will be given "I am working my hardest for and special alnriu. Etery one wbo sood of Pnssi-i." he. "and I hope ,______C.__j onA ail Tthn hut if I fall I will go under has any Vejard for Mother and all who cherish Ihe memory of her should at. teid tha sertlce at 7.30 p.m to succeed, but if I (all will 50 under, willingly for Ih'e take of niy-worx. This In itself wo6ld be proof that Una-; Ela had not ye! of'lawfol i When Postum is used instead of tea or coffee there's an all around 'satisfaction in health and pleasure for. one at table. You do not have tb'stop cupful for fear of any harm, and children can drink it as safely as milk, for is healthful, delightful and ;econcMnicalv: 'WHO SAPS "PERPETUAL MOTION" IS IMPOSSIBLE AFTER TK lIASIILTON-Hls -IudEe lauld has allalned novel dlsliuelion. All ailoms to the i-oalrary. hu i; r.ov: called upon to be in dllferunt ]lact5 and to do two different Ihlngs al one and Hie same hour, he iJ at.liDlh places and does ;notni Ihe sane hour. Grealnesi haa been thrust upon nn! Honor. The ardent devotees of flay-1 llghl saving and the rigid of standard lime have combined, nurd 1 thla end. Al o'clock In thn as County Judge or Local Maater. he. sits In courl presiding al the Jury trhl of an offender or ills In cliamlnrs Is- snlng a commission lo lake Evidence, 1 while al 10 o'clock the same mornln? he Is In Division Court ndjildlcal- I ng the colierii-jii if, fir, cr calln? wllh a.drt'.cw. under Judsmsnl lumrapni. la the lirsl't-aii he re- j nulrctf In work on daylichv '.saving, i and in the lalter case on fitimlard i time. Bui everybody acema lo ho mliifleu; it ho Ihc Judge, lie putj In an cilra hour each day. which would seem to be a mailer that mlghl. well have Ihe aUtnllqn 'of -hla atian. The trMtlon if fliraB'semhly fiall In oiemory of Ihe of Hie Onlarlo acllori'duriiifr'ihc Ibeen. nml "'aft alrf irlcndi ol I ihe tull23C and Hall. Ask your gro'ccr to weigh a cake of Gold Soap. You will sec that it is heavier than any other cake of laundry soap at the price. 'Stand it against the other..cake. You will see that Gold Soap is "larger! Try also see that it lasts longer and is a real econo- my. fold Soap a in the CamWl Facil cl Hamilton, Canada No. 1 FOR STURDY WEAR Put the-boys and girls in shoes tKis summer. Trtey cart Kave two or three pairs PTrfTfor the price of one pair of leather shoes. The price of arxl their sturdy tear, make trjein the most satisfactory oncl eajrwTTUcal summer ihoes you cm buy for jj Our confidence increases our understanding. Il is to this end, ual understanding, lhat seek lo lay bare our art, Believing that thai whicli.fi sqund and lite will bear in- spection; and lhal mutual con- fidence arising out of mutual understanding will ensue. Elr. J E. Homing, B.A, i 215 18-10 HHKRI.OCK NO ;