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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGK TWFXYt. 132? IRISH EXCITEMENT OVER THE HUNGER STRIKE OF SINN Succeeds J. J. Warren as Head of C. Arc Named i. May a incetinKj of the directors of the Kettle Valley! Railway. xvhicti operatrs iW miles ofj railway in Hriilsh foiumbia. hehl ir. i .Montreal on May u. C. of was elected president. HI succession lo J. J- Warren, oi To-j nnto, v.'ho retired on account of pres- sure of olhcr duties. The remaining directors of tli9 rom-; Iiauj are: Grant Hall, G. Osclen, V 11. Madnnrs and A. Mac-Tier, of Montreal; J. J. Warren .of Toronto.; nnd A. Flumerfelt. of Victoria. i The officers la i-barge oi the erly will hereafter lo the riresi- j, dent's office at Winnipeg, i I ITINERANT PEDDLERS j REQUIRE LICENSES' MUTINY IN F1UME (By Asoclated Press.) TRIESTE, May mutiny broke oui Iri Flume at 5 o'clock this afternoon, A fierce battle be- the carabineers and the ardlttle Is. developing. Twelve men were killed and- SO others wounded in the struggle. The troops involved are those of Oi- brieie 'd'Annunzio. Hon. Edward Brown, of Mani- toba, Avert- ed Financial Crisis. WI.XXIPEO. May tlie action o.' the banks of Canada and the United Slates, said Hon. K-dwarJ Bron-u. provincial treasurer, who re- Itinerant peddlers sellfcig photo cu-j lavements and going' fruni house to havp t'liir.e 10 be as a nuisance hy householders, anil ihey asked, it they, have ;uiv grounds for complaint at the too incessant .solicitation of ihepe parlies, to com- with thu rJJy iiolce. Chief GillespJe .stales that solicitors require in all msUucds a city license. -Jit regard to ono of tba phutn en- peddlers, a plaint has jnade that one of ly accO5tcu a child of seven years of age. Men- is a section of the crowd which gathered outside Mountjoy Prison, Dublin, on the day a number of the "hunger strike" prisoners .were released nnrt taken lo a hospital. A lano is cleared in the throng, through an ambulance, could pass, hearing O'Nefll, vlio had lo be taken on a stretcher. turned (rom the east, a financial crl sis of the most serious character has ueeu narrowly averted. The bo said, by curtailing credits'and forcing business men to faco the situation clearly had caused a reduction in the i price of goods. i "We. haro1'entered into-a period." raid Mr. Brown, "when decrease In ibe cost ot living -will' gradually be- gin to felt and when adjustments will h'avc to bo made." Stormy Session of Railway AVorkers Discusses Calling Off the Strike. PARIS, May was no ap- parent change Iu the strike situation hi ttifs clty-autl throughout Frauce this morning. During tho past day or two Q largo, number extremist rail- road workers have" been arrested, but ot these huy.e ben discharged. The executive committee of the Railway Workers' Federal Ion held stormy meetiug last uight at which, it is understood, there, was strong sen- timent In favor of calling off the striko it H could be rtorie vrtthout ap-1 poarlng "to capitulate tQ tbb I liave finally decided to strike .Monday. Tiie situation omous docVc and seatnea no change. There upears lo lie "SO'IUK dii-ialon of ctfimsel among tito ouilttw im-til workero who have, struck, as sa far lias Involve! oaly I'l'.OW out of 2CW.OOO mou ensued in i the various trades affected. TLe schooner I'nullue li. launched Yarmouth, X. II, will bo commanded by mcnt. In' tho northern coal fields EXCESSIVE ACiDItt is at (he bottom oi mott digestive ills. RM1QID5 afford pleas- ing'and prompt relief from the dittress of acid-dyspepsia. MADE BY SCOTT BOWSE MAKEKS OF SCOTTS EMULSION COLONIAL OFFICE IN'IINIERFERE THE BLESSING OF CHEER- FULNESS PERENNlrfU YOUTH 1900 YEARS POSSIBLE" "C XBW witity of svlenco} b> io prolong to UK many tis.v1" l.C'Oi) years affirmed yesterday ;tr the' ;tnutial meeting of tho Now York] 'n Medical Society by Dr. Eugene Fisk. j president of tlie Life Extension lit-! Ftttute. Dr. aiJnuuwl that lhe prospect he pa in KM vas y ''terrible'" one, but ho maintained that IJie poetponemeat of middle and oli! age and the doiihl- May (By. Canadian twloaia! ua- (ior-scvrelary, replying to ti question jieut.-Col. Mulone on the subject labor in lhe colonies and ivas tuore severely treated than is country, paid: aud even trebling, of the ordinary "I would jioint on; thai the self- dominions are original mem- lhe international labor organi- zation. Col. IValone may be assured of the fact that leaders in tue Winin-i duct of a self-governing dominion, it peg sirJke will not be subject. tcMreal-' would he a very bid outlook. niont more harsh than people in this country." 'Mr. Bonar Law saW: "J think we can leave the Canadian government to fulfill their obligations under the.treatv." Col. MaloiiR asked: "Will tbe Brit- ish representatives make representa- tions to Mr. said the reply to the ques- tion was negative. If he had any want of jfaith in lhe proper con- Keep your troubles to yourself: Put (hem on tho upper s'nelf; Far away as it Where no eye but God's can see. Oiber people have their share Of affliction, pain, and care; should you, though sorely tried, Lliirden them with yours beside? Daily brooding o'er your grief In no way affords relief, intensifies tho smart. vspan of Jife was not a fantastic idea. lie based his opinion on the success- ful achievements of science in stretch- Ins the life of the ordinary fruit fly 'to 000 times iis UFUHJ lengUi. r'Jitl. "sifter observing that trta turtle lives 200 years, and that the OaK-onim red- 1 A (gigantic trees, a gonus of coni-l In tbe last quarterly issue o? tlio fer) wero practically Journal of India" ap- argued that, 'youth la a phyMcal state j pears an inlerestint? article on the SHELLAC GROWTH IS INTERESTING STUDY Lac Secretion Produced By Insect Which -Sucks Juice of Plants. l not. a, function of time." present condition o! lac culture in the ISLAND Unique Ad, Which Appeared in a Liverpool Newspaper. "Wanted to rent or purchase, a small island in any part of the .was an advertisement which appeared recently in a -Liverpool paper. The advertiser. Mr. E. 1C Turns the In the heart. Think o' others who liavc known Sadder sorrows than your own, Keeping sill jheir vouiuls concealed. Heroes on life's battlefield' Give of treasures you possess, Loving care and tenderness, Cheerful smiles of sordid pelf, But keep your troubles to yourself. Pollard. TO WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE This Letter Tells You How To Paw The Crisis Safely. Sam McAgy, Thamesville, was ia onio unaccountable'- manner killed paper, inc. advertiser. Mr. K. 1C- driving a Fonl tractor. Kelly, -was not thinking exclusively ol __ Dr. Fisk' subject was "Prevcntinle plains ot by C. S. Mlsra, first Kite housing problem when he adver Diseases of Adult Lifo." He remark-; assistant to Imperial correspondent. ;ist the Researctt in- He and his wife, both young, de- that old age' ivas always premuturc. just as death, from typhoid .or ruher- ciilosis Svas prcnialure, His catCRiory of cnuditicns nntagonistic to hunwn IKc iiiclinlotl 'heredily, infection, poi- son, food, deficiency, food excess, grief, emotional excess, and psychic apathy due to lack of interest in life. As physical collapse always the result of [ho cumulative effect of antagonistic conditions, no contend- cided' that the best way to escape from town life ivas (o lire stitute, Pusa. .The author calls at- tention 1o the fact that the. industry formed the means of livelihood ot tbe island of 'itelr own, Jn poorer classes -of India. tiio Pacific or in an eqnally pleasant is a secc-elion produced by anloliinrito- Kelly lias been -sea- insect that the juice oE plants I for seven years, and now Hiuls into resin. Iil Jniposslble to settle down in Livar- Thls secretion iiardens en. exposure I remember rer.ilinfl; many years ago a magazine of a niqn who bought sni island in tho South Pacific for somewhere about he said. "It was the hops of'a'sim- ilar bargain that Induced me to and transiorms Uiem to the air" into a deep red or orange- colored substance. _________ semi-transparent, ed that it was "entirely breaking-with a-crystaliuo frac- science to linti a means of eliminating Mure- Tim insect belongs to the group these conditions and lo perform for; C0inmonly known as scale injects human beings it already per-j Af, the time .of emergence the formed for the fruit -Dr. Fisfe., lnsecf is frtxwt one-twenty- i a.u l r f- however, admitted tliat before science' ftflu Of nil jn deep 'slaiui in one of the Great Lakes succeeded in prolonging I'fe of 1.000 tolor. After sluggishly wan-'0' llic Un'letl States offered me "m I have Iiad five replies. years "changed conditions may abolish. all life on Uie earHi." The lecture was followed bv dering about and finding a. spot it fiics itself and then suitable Mirusls and another near the southern coast of Xcrth America. Others off the beak inio the tissues of the .stem i announcement of the begins sucking the juice. The of aXaHonal Radium Dank. capi-jMp talicn into UlB body lg tnl of which consists of throe gram- tranaformed and is given out uniformly through the pores all over w3t C0at Cf tvcre mention- nics grains) of radium, valued fit which it proposes !o lend to hospitals and charge. physicians free of BRANDON CONSERVATIVES TO NOMINATE TONIGHT lirtANDOX, '.Man., May the body in the form of resin, which after a few days incases the Insect completely. Female insects remain fixed onco for all, .but male insects emerge twice a-year, .sometimes as winged creatures. The-, lac-bearing branches are cut ed. As, however, nothing quite sitit- ablo has been offered, we arc going out to instead.'' Enjoy u Cose of Bottled WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVE HER ALONE Lascelles, P. Q. During the Change of Life I felt so weak and run down 1 could hardly do my work. The per- spiration would pour over my face so that I couldn't see what I was doing. We live on a farm, so there is lots to do, but many who felt as I did would have been in bed. I took Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetate Compound and it did a world of good. I tried other remedies but I put Vegetable Compound ahead of them all, and I tell every one I know how much good it has done Mrs. BROWN, Lascellea, Pi-ov, Quebec. Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hot (Sashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impendinfj evil, timidity, sounds in the ear, palpitation of 'the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregularities, constipation, variable ap- petite, weakness and dizziness should he heeded by middle-ared women, and v. Lydia E. Finkham's vegetable Com- pound carry them safely through this crisis as it did Mrs. Brown. You arc invited lo -write for free advice No'other rnedrcinc has been so suc- cessful in relieving woman's suffering as has Lydia E. Pink ham's. Vegetable Compound. Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing the Lydia E. PiaVJian! Lynn, Masi. PELAGE MARKET .CWcE Roasts of Beef, per ill, Ciioice Boiling Beefjsr 15c All No. 1 Fresh Killed Beef. Roast Beef Drippicyer Ib, 25c fresli Made Bonniebrook Dairy Butter, ZlbUor J1.S 13th. StN. crable interest attend8 the Conserva-1 ofr on Uccs hav, f. live convention-to lie hcltl in this city jffcieBl wmher of succulcnl branch- II.IH evenms Two nan.c, are When the h silently nwniioncd as the iirobablef svarmed out lhe oM choice. X. DrujX-cn d aRfl tno ous incrustation (stick-lac( is scrap- ed'off with u fctiife, ground in a mill, and soaked. Animal resin (seed-lac) j lima obtained is mixed with coiopiiony j orrjlmcnt, cooked over a slow fire! and drawn out into thin sheets, in' ivhich form it is commercially known t'onserva-, KlUcess it public' Kirteildy. R. live leader, meeting at the conclusion