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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN TilE LETHBIUDGE DAILY SATURDAY, MAY COALUALE DUTY OF' I WATER STATION'OPKN I_______ I Ooaldalo "duty oZ water'' test sta-j tion, maintained by the- department of! i ihe ialerior reclamation service, is ufiiiu open. K. K. 1-nseub.R.uer. who' was in of the stiMioii lust !ls u: of any part of tho states ho visited on his w.iy north. Ce-lorudo's spring is vfty late-. Thirty inches of suow Ml in one week not long ago. What seed "llel! Fire "Haig Ave.' and Other Signposts Weil Remembered. Present Machine Stopped Twice; cases of pupils under school ago rn 4 TJ IMT for him to be notified bv the principal. on inp to urmg injured nuj in10 ioucU wjtjl the has been sown is in danger of rotting to Shoxvslof the Separate school and was'told'I Before Lad Was Only U Years Old. t------- i en, his ago as 15 years. At tho mine. the adjourned inquest on the ?hero. he.had been as flus death of JolinSmcrek, ttroasH his leg since. Ust full, ho had aiveu the crushed under the wheel of a Complaint Against Ambulance. Sorious couiplaict'was made by Dr. Galbraith as to the delay in the arrival car in Xo. fl "iniue, held on Friday eve- ning, the following verdict was re tamed by the jury: "We. ihe jury. r.gree that Jolia Sme- of '.he ambulance to convey the one entrance- of the exile's new when tho.a.utomobilo 1n which ho slipped through, another. ,5. .j. .j. ef 4TQO Death only a matter of short time; Don't wait until pains and bscome incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking GOLD MEDAL (From The Outlook) We-print oa another page a com- munication from James Wallace, j USE WAR SURCERY FOR war east its trail to shovr Iho com- nion effort ot the Kiupire during the great conflict. Shortly after the sign- Ing of the anuretiee, the .signposts mentioned were round dis- carded as lumber. In addition to those bearing to nrany of tho tuen which, know them best, had meant so oianj- direction posts to avenues of agony, there found the rallying trench siirn of Ver- canvassed with n view to enrolling dun with Its "no thryuoshfare." him as a member of the l.ethbridgo TUeT vrere ali rescued and are now delegation to Great Falls. There does j ,u preserved as relics of posterity. There will ba on display tho gun. that fired the- first British shot in the Hie decks of destroyer president of Macatesior College, St. Paul, Minnesota, in which, as of his exasperation at the mangling o( tho treaty by the Senate, he suegesti the abolition of that tody, or at least thai U should bo snorn of Its power to Mock essential legislation as House ot Lords in tho HritiBh parliament has beeu shorn ot a Eiml- !ar power. Dr. Wallace Is doubtless ironical, but those who will study the Senator- ial debates as reported in tho gressional Record" will, he Inclined to share his exasperation. Oar readers will recall that in the resolutions to tho peace treaty as finally framed the Senate and scut to tho president there, occurred this statement: "In consenting to the ratification of seem any doubt now but the irip be a fiitcess. The interest in the afl'alr Js growing overy day aucl money Is being seat In, fa many eases, head off tho ambulance that was on its tray and direct it to go on to the without soliciting. crossing where tho train would slop. so aa to save- time. The, ambulance was nisi about a uiilo from the mine and told to so on to the crojsinj, the! doctor Eoing on ahead. It W.-IB some j ilav VV. Gra- j Ijondon since tlie days of 3nster Island Tvas discovered on Easter Sunday. ITZ2, ly tho Dutch nnrigotor HoggevceH, who sailed j (iround it but did not attempt a land-1 although he was much struck by an extraordinary spsntaolo tlmi i j met his Tho island is 3.1M 'inilcg of the South American j I coast ant] close to tlie Tronic of j'ricorn. j Alouj the slioro were great, plat- forms on which fftono giants stood i 'In rows, factng tho aca. One of j platforms was 5iO feet long and I (on it were placed 15 of the Imse varying in stature from 10 i to 60 feet. Most of ihe worel crows of reddish volcanic tufa, j weighing two or three Ions apiece, j Home of the images represented females. They we.ro carved out I gray lava, is surmised' that j they were designed aa portraits of" royal or otherwise distinguished per- sonages. In all 555 statues have [been found. The largest, 75 feet i high, remains unfinished In a crater, I which is eup-sfiapL-d, circular, half a j railo In diameter, and contains a i j small lako that la alleged to be sounding lines SOU feet j liaving failed to reach bottom. i Chambers beneath Ihe stone forms are crowded with human j skeletons, rncinilssling that the 'island in 1hn days of the Image makers Irad a larte population rola- llvn to its size, If'r'length being only 13 miles and its width seven. Ono Biibterrancan vault ot great size is Silled with Btolls. Apparently some sort of calamity overwhelmed the island, wiping out Ui cnMro population, but all stir- mines on tho subject are niero guess- work. There aro now on tho Island about of'O people ot Polynesian litoclc, but they du not seenj lo bo desecnd- anis of Oio Image inakera, and bavo no TECHMICAL AGRICULTURALISTS ELECT FIRST PRESIDENT OTTAWA. May S. Klinck, [irealdent of the University of Brilish Columbia haa been elected tho first president of the Canadian Society of! leclinlrHl Agrif-nilumlists; H. llarton, professor of animal husbandry, Mnc- ilonnld college, Quebec, vlce-prosl'lcnt, and Xewman, secretary Can- adian Seed (growers' association, hon- orary HCcretary-tveasurer. ThiB eoci- ely has been in process of organiza- tion since Octoiier of Insl year nnd will hold Us first convention at the Chateau IjOiiricr, Ottawa, ou Juno Letters full of A Wonderful Record of Healing Gin Pills, the; greatest help in overcoming Kidney Troubles, have relieved so many thousands of people throughout Canada, that the verbal praise, from mouth to mouth, rs not enough to satisfy those who have suffered and been made wcl! by Gin Pills, They write continually to usr and here arc some extracts from ihe letters which have reached us Sid a prospect or In the Larder Lske Diiiricl, wrote "I em writing lo thank you and to tell you tfic {ood your Gin Pills did for me. 1 hud been lafferinjj for Jdmttimc my kidneys iud urine. I constantly which was ?try scmty, 10me dttyi ai as thirty times, and' lime tho pain was soraethmd ettlul, no re it itt mfht, I to feel quite TVftrn out. I Aent my chum out tti 4el Gin Pills (about 60 miles) forme, and In thao six bouri 1 felt relief. In Irro the pain Irft me nltoJEelher. 1 ionk abuat a box, and to-day feel ai well ai eicr I (Jid, jay kidneys art delifii quite Mrs, K. Dean, Inrf., had this to wy: I sent for the last boi of Gin 'Pills, 1 was jll crippUrf up nhh I ism and my face was so badly .swollen thit I conld hardly see out of ray eyes. After tirofthe pills, I felt belter. After a few days I had no more pain." "I bef you to publish my writei Iiidore Thomas, of THIey'a N.H., "io that people may knew what Gin did for me. JJrerybody expected my death, I Gin Pills and in a short lime, vraa well and toon had gained 20 i ntfrk- bour ejjkd sr.ii nippeaM (o havefom.- Gin ff.lh Initftfii 01 my taVlnl thtm. Sit htxjrl >.tlft the th- effects limply ftiiraculdaj, of lo the i. for a fot 6t t.ln IMis. i ara n trdl inm. J jtcomriend Ftltl fo llu. B. Willtrr.Savww. B.C.; I hsre trouble! for lean reaVkldccjj. loi ot (Jfn Pilh cKrtil n-.e. 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