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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1U20 THE T-BTHnnmafe, OAILY PAGE FIFTEEN Dominion Secretary of Veterans Gives His Version of j the Affair. Members o was Immediately ques- by nipselt sSd hia response elicited that the remark was grossly unfair and Inaccurate. On the following day the dialogue I made au emphatic protest against the invidious and oftens'.yo de-mark on behalf of the Great War Veterans' Association. Ail ciplsnaiion was Invit- ed but McLean made no further com- ment. On tho following day tho dialogue was deleted from records but on a protest from Colonel Peck, V.C., aud Colonel Cooper, the Insertion was ord- ered by the committee. Tho insertion was made In a modified and garbled form, which caused' the resignation or both Colonel Peek and Colonel Cooper from the parliamentary com mlttee. In protest. At Urn inquiry held on Thursday I was summoned as a witness and I'swore that the statement was not a true report ot Me remarks. This was substantiat- ed by my. assistant, and th9 press reporter." WOOL MARKET: DOWN. May the closing of the wool auctions yesterday bales wera offered. The ees Eton closed quietly. 'Fine merinos and were livo. ;per cen and ocacstonally 10 PIT cent down iaad other grades from 15 to 20 pe cent lower.. Americans bought the home trade and th continent 'bales during th sales. BIG CIDER PLANT DESTROYED HOLLEY, N.Y., May clde and vinegar plant of Iho Duffy-Mo Company in this Village, Eald to b Ihe largest vinegar plant In t'ue worl was destroyed by fire, lalo yestcrda with a loss o( Royal Arrowroot Biscuit ielieved To He Same Man Who Is in Jail Here on Bogus Note' Charge. 'The Western Retailer" of SasVa- oon, is anxious to know the wherc- bouls, in order to icply to several received, of one, 33 'it aracs him, U. Upsou. This indlvtd- al, It appears, has been travelling trough the country, taking orders for lotbtogs, collecting a deposit, but ailing to "dellver-the goods." Lipson s saSd to reside at 520 Fifth Avenue I. South, SasSatoou. It is staled thst Lipson hiVs been milieu to at tho addtess named, but up to the- time ;ot writiog no reply whatever have been ecslvixl from him. Tho local police feel sure that tbe can named Is the Maurice Lipson, who IB now undergoing a sentence lu he provincial Jail for dctravnJ.ng cer- ain fur dealers by giving them bogus notes inado payable at a bank id Saskatoou and returned as worthless. M. Lipsoii is just now at Moose Jaw, In charge of Detective Sid Wallls of Iho city police, to appear as a wit- ness in tho burglary case, following the- abstraction of Jewellery from the Btoro of Plaxton's Ltd. of lhat town. A ring, Identified as part of Iho goods stolen, was fouud .secondhand sloro here and .is .alleged to have beea sold by U.pson. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, and HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Saturday, May 15th Lunch Served at 11 o'clock, Sale Immediately After, at the Farm of the Owners, 6 Miles East of Coaldale, Span goldinss, 5 and 10 years old, 3200 Ibs.; span marcs, 11 and 12 years, 3100 Ibe.; span geldings, C and 7 years, span mares, 7 years, 3.800 Ibs.; maro and gelding, S nnd S years, 3.200 Iba.; 2 saddle horsc.i; 1 span black geldings 8 and 5 years, 3.20D Ibs.; 1 black marc. 7 ycnrs, 1 bay mare, 0 years old, 1.500 Ibs.; 2 bay mares. S and 9 years, MOD nnd 3 thTco. year-old colls broke; 7 two-year-old colts; 7 ono-year-old colts; 3 milch cows, giving milk. 3 wagons, good as new; 1 low wheel wagon hay rack; 1 McCormick binder; 1 drill; 1 dlli-her; 1 engine disc, 10 ft.; 2 11- bottom gang plows; blacksmith tools; i Dullilog fanning mill, 32 inch; grain pickler; 1 John Dccrc road ptow; 7 sets of good harness; 100 bushels of good oats; chickens; 2 saddles; 1 wheelbarrow. HOUSEHOLD GOODS P. LeVALLEY AUCTIONEER D. J, Clerk. BOWLBY FERGUS, Owners, j BRITISH TRADE. LOXDOX> May Hoard ot iVado returns for April ahow Uio foi- owing changes, based 'on pounds sterling: Imports, increased Three to Five Days' Warm the.r Needed Yet at Moose Jaw. Even the 'little ones have learned the pleasure of Honeymoon Chocolates. The remembrance of the delicious flavors calls for the child's assurance that none be overlooked. THE WALTER W .SHAW COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Candy MaVeri Mooie Jaw, Edmonton, Alia. SHHTV'S CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW U.S.A., who urges tho public to form "One B'g Union" to protect Itself from radical oppression. NEGRO FLOGGED TO DEATH BEAUSIONT, Tcias, May Chas, Arlinfc, a negro, was flogged to death by forty' masked meu last Tuesday on Ihe'-'road between aud Kouiitze, according to a delayed mes- sage which reached hero today. Ar- lino.was charged A ened to kill a white man. having threat- CANADIANS HONORED LONDON, May Canadian Associated of the Belgian Order of the Crown have been mado to Brlg.-Gen'l Charles Armstrong, of the Canadian army; Col. Peter Lyall, of the forestry battalion; of the chevalier rank of the French Legion of Hott'or- to Se'rgeant-JIaJor Raymond Moran, New Brunswick, and of tho Medallle Honenr to Private Andrew Jackson Eaton, Fifth Trench Mor- tars, MOOSE JAW, May warm willvpo needed for the next three to fivo days before seeding will be general In aits, the utility ot which has been >rovcd boyond question. Their suc- cess, however, depends groatly upon careful application while failure can nearly always be traced to some u making or applying tho balls. Tho Entomological Branch has Just issued Circular No. 13 Control in the Prairie by Norman CrJd- die. This will bo sent free upon ap- plication to the Publications Branch of tho Department of .Agriculture, Ot- tawa. It gives full information rc- Karding preparation and application of It further stales that the locusts, which last year did great dam- age In Western Canada, are Iho native kinds known respectively os the Lesser .Migratory and the Pellucid Locusts. Theso locusts pass through various stages and reach maturity about forty-five days alter emerging from tho ground In parly May. Dar- ing ihla lime they continuously feed on growing plants. On attaining tho winged state the habits of the locusts undergo a change, they acquire! flying and egg laying habits, atill remaining voracious feeders. By the end of June flights ore a general occurrence and extensive migrations may bo observed on warm sunny days. ANOTHER STRIKE OF DOCK WORKERS NEW LONDON', Cona., May slrike of dock workers was called here loilayjiflcr (lie mr.n were refused nn Increase In wages from C2 1-2 cents an hour to SO X-RAY FAILED .Mechanic Gives Evidence There are CRSOS Tfiore science in its moat profound phases is absolutely bslkcd, yet other help ia at This is proved by testimony of a mcclranic, 35 years of age, who suffered, at times, positive torture- from alono in tho bladder. After trying many remedies without result, ho had an X-Kay photograph taken, which nho failed to show where- tho trouble wa5. Fortunately, just nt this juncture, when he almost Ind given up hops of any rolisf, Gin I'ills were brought to hio notice. Th'Jsc famous Pilia in a very Bhorl time enabled him to pasa tho Btene whif-h was Iho cante of his trouble. Wo will givo tho of this maQ on request. Kidney and Bladder tronblej should nagtectcd. The first symptoms .Ehonld bo sufficient waraing. Pain tho siOea or bacfc, constant licauachca, BCqraigic nnd sciatic rheum- utism, constipation, gravel, highly-colorcil urine, spccka bcforo tho eyes, all point to derangement. Oin IMIls rhmild be obtained without dclav. IJ'uggisfs nnd dealers carry money rcfuntlcd if not satisfied. Free sample on renucsl. The National Drug i Chemical Co. of Canada, Toronto. United States Address, N'.vDru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. 554 Lady From Lefroy, Ont., Thanks This Wonderful Medicine For Saving Her a Painful .Operation. Bottle. J. W. Marlatt Fort WilHam.i Oat. Co.: ;.i Fully Recovered After Using Three Very Bad Case of Gall Stones. ,r Lyn, Ont, J. W. Marlatt Co.: j Dear take pleasuro in writ-; ins and telHnsr you about my case. 1 .was Bfck for about six months with Gall Bladder trouble, and when 1 was brought down very low was advised by two doctors' to have an operation, as 1 could not recover until I did. Hav- ing heard of'your medicine, "MAH- SPBQIFiC" for Gall Stones and Appendicitis, J decided to try ono bottle. I at onco improved and in ssvcn days took another, and in thrco weeks took tho third. 1 fully recovered and am enjoying GOOD HHALTH lo- dny. I foei grateful to you for so val- uable a medicine. Q. W. Dear I thought I write ind let you know tho great relief nnd euro I received by taklne ono treat- ment of "MARLATTS SPECIFIC" for -all Stones and Appendicitis.1- 1 was aWug different kinds of Iiidigestion cures to relieve stomach trouble for tho past two years, and got only tem- porary relief. 1 heard such great re-. ports from customers about "MAR- LATT'S SPBCltTC" curing stomach (rouble so I decided to try it, and it removed over 200 Gail Stones ranging in sizes from a small bean to a large marble, and I feel liko a. flew man. My stomach trouble disappeared almost Immediately. I can eat pickles and anything I please, and my stomach it all right, and- I have no trouble by gas or bloating after eat- ing. U is a great medicine, and will certainly remove Gall Stones or any bowel trouble. Wishing you success, I am, Yours truly, M. J. N. Lefroy, Ont. J, W. Marlalt t Co.: years ago I was very bad .with Gall Stones, and thought I would have to undergo au operation for them, when I heard about "MAn- LATT'S SPECIFIC" for' Gall Stones and Appendicitis, aud decided to try a treatment, which me so inuch good that I took the full courso of treatment, and rfcel like a new wo- man. 1 passcu trto Gall Stones with- out any pain whatever, and thanks to this wonderful medicine, I avoided an operation and a lot of pain and suffering. .advise any person suffering from Gall Stone trouble tu try one treatment, Mrs. Wm. Toronto Business Man Speaks Highly of "Marlatt's Specific" Gladly Recommend To Aiiy Gal! Stone Sufferer. 242 CnrHon Street, Toronto, Ont. J. W. Marlatt it Co.: was In poor health for a long tlnie, and 1 could not find out what was my trouble until a friend of mine recommended me to try your "MAKUATT'9 SPECIFIC" for Gall Stones and Appendicitis, which 1 de- cided to do. I sent 45.00 nnd got ono treatment of your medicine, and after laklng this treatmcnf 1 was surprised to pass a number of Gall Stones with- out any pain or ache. I have en- joyed as gooii n HBALTll In tan yean I havo nt the present time. 1 n.-n no pleased at what your medi- cine, has donfl for mo that I would heartily recommend it to anyone suf- fering from (tall Stones. Any further testimonial which 1 ran giro to any sufferer will bo chesrfuly given. T. W. Mr. A. R. of Dorion, Writes Wife Took One Bottle Relief From Backache, First Time in Seven Years. Wonderful Cure After Taking Three BoUles. Freshwater, J. W. Marlatt Co.: My Dear S had been suffering for years, and last winter doctors from the hospital had given up all for me. I heard nbout "MARLATT'S SPECIFIC" for Gail Stones and Ap- pendicitis, and after I tod taken three bottles 1 returned to my home, feeling like at ago of twenty-fivu years. 1 thank J. W. Marlatt Co. for iho wonderful results I obtained through their medicine. Lady From Unionville Suffered Intense' Pains "Marlatt's Specific" Removed Hun- dreds of Gall Stones, Relieving the Pain. Dorion, Onl. J. W. Marlatt Co.: rwar had spent a'good many dollars on medicines for my wife. Dut nothing ever Aid her any good unlU I got ono <5.00 treatment of "MAR- RPBCIF1C" for Gnll Slnncs nnd Appendicitis. At tho t'me It look- ed a big prico for one dose of medi- cine. But It's worth a good deal more. Un'onvillc, Ont J. W. JUTU-ATT ft Co.: I take great pleasure In slating thai I have lised SPECIFIC" for (Jail Stones and Appendicitis, ami It has removed hundreds of Gall Stones anil broken up Iho Uitenso spells of pain nnd I am thiinkfiil for being helncrl so much, nnrt recommend "MAflLATTS SPE- CIFIC" very highly. Mrs. o wul. 'lol Marlatt's Specific Is for sale by all druggists throughout Canada, Our In UcthbrlSge J, 0. feels ono hundred per cent, better.! Hlglnbotham Co., Limited. Sho passetl bclween thirty and, forly 1 Gall Stones without any pain 'what- j the world to hor. Since ink-1 Ing the medicine she hag not been troubled at all with backache, for the first time In the last seven years that she has ever missed a day without it. Other agents: The Plngte Drug Co., Hat; A. D. Ferguson, Mac- Ie. If your dealer carmol supply you, ask him to write us, or If you prafeC It we will deliver free by parcel post 11 Is R great medicine, nr.d is to address. Write for our Free worth tbe money a hundred times over. Thanking gou for what It has dono for my wife. Your friends, A, H. Bookl t, J. W. MARLATT Toronto, Ont, Canadian Agents. Ralph J, Parsons St Co., Toronto, Ont t SAVE THE BABIES! D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED, LE1HERIDGE A. f. f. f. .t. J. .t. JL A f. Jt-. A A ;