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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDG6 DAILY HERALD MP STATION IS PRACm MEASURE Herald Is pleasett to publish th* following. leMer in aid of Satur-clty'e tag day effort: Bdmomon, Alia., M�r 14, 1919. ISditor Herald: On hetimlt of the ChiM Welfare Department of the Al-Mrta Social Service league I would inte to speak a good word on behalf of the Tag Day being he d by the Ijacal Council of ViTomen for the Milk aipition 'being condacted iby the Nura-li^ .'Mission. As a practical measure for the conservation ot human life the Milk Station is being recognised by (Aild WeKare ageticies everywhere as of fur greater importance tlian most people are apt to regard It. contaminated, and jet the care and handling of milk as at present, leaves erta in 1917 fooUah and improper mkhods of feedlDS children due to ^lorance as to what is good toir an in tribt - or growing child actually cost Ota lives, of 267 ^tttarta diildren. Ot thtse 851 were under five years of age �id 160 were infants. This matter of jp|re and proper food la certainly a eer-iOfa matter for the children, but i^rce}y less so for the community �nd the nation. This is a source of l^num wastage that ahonld and could 1^ �topp�d at once. And this remem-hUe, takes no account of the great un-tl|bnlat�d amount ot sickness aod^ suf-f^lng on the part �( those who may �M die In infancy, bat wliote health iHte l>een so serioaBly iiupalred that ti^nigli %6y awT grow; to adult yearsi �mt^ underhonVished and Qadw. siMd. Tier can nevsv Iweome ^cioit and UA^^likto fintlly .to sneciUBb preni*-txttiy from some other cause, bocaose � � 4> ORLANDO MEETS CLEMEN- ^v CEAU   -;-  PARIS, Jfay 16.-(Havaa)-  Premier Orlando and Foreign  Minister Sonnino, of Italy,  � had a conference today with  Premier Clemenceau, ? ? HYPNOTISM RAISED^ AS DEFENCE IN CASES ] FRIDAY, MAY 16.1910 WINNIPKG, May IS.-Winnipeg li in the throes, of a general industrial upheaval. Despite the energetic efforts made by l>i*mie�- T. C, Nortis and Mayor Gray, at numerous meetings hold, at which employers and employees endeavored to- come to an agres-nieut, the threft of labor has been car-r;ed into effect. J^s a last resort Ottawa was appealed to by the mayor. Senator Rober*pn, minister ot labor, can do nothing. He wired in reply to the message sent last night by Mayor Gray stating that h-heii conciliatlm and arbitration were declined ''and the workers refused, to respect the gov- ;U POISONJK: m FERNIEINERSHEAR ReamHi For Strike Vote Explained-Case Against Ray Reno in Coart lopment of the fishery industry of the Dominion. The dopntatlou urged upon the minister the advisability of the creation of a department o'f fli^-erIOB with a deputy minister at Its head. They expressed the view that it was necessary to have a caijable lund well-qualified nian at the liead oC a department whidi would devote its attention entirely to tlshtries mutters. Mr. Ballantyue svcknowledged the importance of the auggestioiis made by the del^jgntes. and. proihlsod to take the reoojrt!Bi^liiftii,ieg,' 5!i / yeara old, was fined |10. and .ctiijts for cutting brt 11'liVd-yetir'Oia' :^irl'd httlt. � III!, Of eat oM^iindatiGe is a rare gifi of Nature. But beau-' tifol hair, full ofi life, snap and vigor, is a result, that is within the reach of STOICII ARE DUE TO ACIOITY Tells Safe, Certain, Speedy Relief for Aold Indigestion. WIIHCOLLOSALSM .'Jlits>-lntoxleaCieiv Inlng. Cauie of , ^ jj .And Og|�M>-. . fAdttonced to^cii aiithortttss � thkt aut�taitoxication ^ is the atl!im,oi'mo8lvof #e 1U� �m -rto wiich the hnman flesh is , condition iS'^nothinc.more nor Ethsu'^ the slow selt-ppisonlng of ritsI.,orvni3 produced by the ex-ire 'ihWital and' physical strain-iich we ere forced to endure, which^ 4he organs lame and laac-ire, aad pennltsv of twine-actual " be generated within ode's body.  [Jsoally the trouble starts In the stlnes; sometimes it starts in the ____liver, or kidneys, bat in any ise the blame Ues with the faulty ot living, and. may be traced over-eating, excessive jienroa* lack of exercise, or- other aes. At- any rate it -is the more . ant organs that suffer the 1 damage and when they falter or in their duties the body tills np adds and poisons, vad the Ttlc-often yields to their baneful in-Bright's disease, heart able, high blood pressure, catarriial Hons, and other, troubles are atly the result of seU-poisoh-or avto-intmdcation. tired draggy feeling of the body. mind and dull mei^ory, in-'nervousness, headache, stomacn bowel troubles, poor ckculation, feet digestion, constipation and ndency sre common symptoms auto-Intoxication, and nine out of . ten of the American people are sly to be 8 that men ^Bio Wve ttftei. workln^^^btom 10: '.to 12 lioun per day, and whose time a dsjr's'sprjc.has tieenmtliiced :by e B. C. eishM^onr law^beidg^extend-to embrace all laborers about the ive spHeredt a rad,uctiop i%__ (have �^ucea|;ilr..- --;: The banquet exteniled to fb^^visit-ing members of the Knights of Columbus of Lethhridge, ^\"amer and Sweet, Grass was a dec-:dcd suecets. Mr. A. R. Shea, of Milk River bccW^ied 'tli'e'*chair. An interesting speech was heard tro'm Grand Knight, Ken'ney and. Messrs. I Rice, Sehl, Turcotte. E^ah. Lifke, also j P. Buckley who saittefe'^quld i-ather' be a'K. of C. than Kavs^ billon dollars. About one hundred', were ^seated 4t their bahquet. commission from the .Montreal institution. Mr. Mitchell alleges, belongs to the Banco de Ltindres. of which lie claimed Carranza looted of $19,-OOO.Ol'O in 1916 by means of a series Of illegal governmental decrees. Mrs. Bell and, children are ^siting! ier�par^ts in ,Me*icineL Hat. ' (I her Mf. sind'Mrs: GusSKman have turned from Wa^ington state.^where laiey .were att^gdinjEt, th�, fun^l of ^�Vp^;��;T'?Jl�if ''^''""^ ^"""^ """^i since the publica*io,^ of Or. ;Ed-at Portland. Oregon. ^^^^ Parrish'* recommendation of, � ordinary . serathol. ./for indigestion, j SERAIHOL IS FINE FOR HTION SAYSmfAiSH PAY So-called stomach troubles, such as indigesUou. gas, sourness, stomach-1 ache and inability to retain food arc in probably nine casea out of tfen. simply evidence excessive secretion ot acid is takiuK place iu the ^omach; causing the formaliou ot gas and acid iiMigestion. Gas distends' the stomach an 1 causes that full, oppressive, bujniug feeling sometimes known as heartburn, while the acid Irritates and in-1 flames the delicate lining of tho stomach. The trouble lies entirely in the excess development or secretion ot acid. ' To stop or prevent thi.s souring of i the food contents of the stomach ainl to neutralize the acid, and inak, take only Bisurated �� Magne- | sia, wnich is especially prepared for | the above purpose. ," -i^ t __^^^iI^hJLlL/' � ;.--- almost everyone. eKnbbroiislCcrplelde , oflfers the one actually proven opportunity for noticeable results in hair culture. Anyone with dull, brittle or lusterless hair, can prove this at small cost. Just begin tlie us(i of Newbro's Herpicide in secret and see how soon your friends will note the improvement. About Influenza This disease usualiy plays havoc with the hair. The inflammattq^ in the hair folHcIcs us usually seif-litniting,biit occasionally it persists,; causing alarming Jiair loss. There is hp tiottlcd magic for thisfcibntiftion, but the intelligent, itpc of Herpicide with 'pa.> ftr fmUmt MIM today. Aii' ' Ct., Out. Ht-B, Dtntt, m Guaranteed by The Herpicide Co., ^tek^bk J, D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., SPECIAL AGENT MONTREAL, May IS'.-Air'Arbitration board which considered the de-j ,� nave uiul oig lump u. niands of the empolyees of the Mont-j the stomach" feeling/or belching;- gas gas, acidity and dyspepsia, it has won instant favor with .scofes of dyspeptics all over tjie cotmtry. Wheh .you have that "big lump in real Tramway Company for higher wages has recommended- that men in reiceipt of 37 cents an hour be raised to 42 cents an hour, and those get-Ung 33 cents an hour be increased to 41 cents. . The increase, will mean an additional amount of $6*50,000 to the company's operaUng expenses. Three thousand five hundred raein are affected. or bad breath from ah upset stomach. just take a little ordinary serathol,' wait one minute by the watch and j you'll probably say what others have; said: "Serathol works like magic." At any rate it is perfectly harmless, pleasant to take and can be obtained at trifling cost from J. D.^ Higin-botham & Co., in Lethhridge, aud allj first class druggists;-^Advt. BRAVE 8EVEN.YEAR.0L0 BOY TACKLES MADDENED BULL AND SAVES FATHER'S LIFE HUNTSVILLE.-The Itre of Edward ikened by disease^ or mental and' Roley, a farmer living near Emsdalc, �sical over-work, quickens conval-i north of Huntsvllle, was saved yes- �v_ --1 '- - ----- terday by the bravery and presence of mind of his seven-year-old son. The farmer was attending to a bnJI in tho stable, when the animal became infuriated. lUroke loose and iitf.icked him, throwing liiin to the floor, crushing his bifcust and breaking several ribs. Tile man'n ciies for hyip �att!-:ic(cd the lad. whp seized a iiUc-.hfo;--,- ami "attacked (lie .animal, lie drov.ft t!io' tinea into lUe beast, blinding o: e fy?. and .,fiualiy bo frightening it Jiat it left lt8^vlctim long tnougli to jjcnuit Uls escflpc. The boj- was uninj! ice of the invalid, and Is a sure unfailing source of ' comfort to e who are suffering from the ef-of nei^ouaness and over-work, bat Taniac does these very things iven by the fact that it now ho? largest sale of any tonic on the #;tiM$terlc�n market. Millions have used " Jiff'witli the most' astonlshl/ig and gifcUfying results. njac ife' sold in Lethhridge by itt D.'HigiJibotbam & Co., In Red-by C. T. HaU, and in Coalhurst tHamond Drug & StaUonery store. 'VL ' FOR HOUDAY OUTIMGS ' B� sure tKat -jow Holiday sKopping includes' several psdrs of jS^Tr**''. You �will like tKe pleasing effects and the easy comfort of pWjpi^shoes. The wide variety of styles and shapes enables you to choose th� most attractive summer footwear -for Ever}) Member of the FamUs -r-/or ��cQ> Spott and Recreation andi>articularly for your holiday outing. ^TKe Be?t Dealers Sell fff^'. i�. iiiiiiiiii Help The They will call to. yoi^ The Local Council of Women need your help for Child Welfare Please Be GeneFoiis 2 73 39 73 ?504 ;