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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESbAY. MAY 20, 1919 THE LETHBRTOGE DATT.Y HERALD AGE FIVE LAeiGHE; o- rrovitidal Government RushinB Train With Relief to Sufferers^ J'JIJ-MONTON, M�y 20.~Thrco hnn-died pensom artf homeMa at \Ma U Biche today its a result of a forett tiro \h�t swept through the d'.atrlct jroBterday afterjioonv taking the town In )ta progroHS, Tie only bulMlnK* to be Bttved, dt is reportea this, afternoon, are the rallwa:' Htation and the hotel belonginc to the Alberta and Oreat Waterway* RaiHcay Company and the church. >An far'n* can be ascertained there has been no logft of life. Telo�:r�pijlo communication with ttie town was Interrupted yeaiorday atter-noon by the (Ire, both the A. & Q. W. operatiiMt Dae and tlie government Hyutem being affected. Xhe f^rst word rtf the -wtping out ot the town roa�bed HWmonton thli morning when the A. ^ a. W. trn'.n whlob left L�c la Blcbe this momlne reached a point come 20 miles this side of ^he ftumlac town. n BO FIRE RACES The conductor of tlia train t�]*|Aooed to the company'* .bi%d office bare. This masaaKA staied that the lo-vni had beien entirely i^'Ped Atit with the exception (A the three build Ings alriaady mentioned and tttat approximately 300 peraon* ware ^otaeleas. Dr. J. K. McUonnan. Tlco^president ot the B. D. A IB. bul]dlngH of gettler.^ have ing wtth particular violence along dostroyed an^ the fire' town of Canwooil. The flra Ig rag-1 rapidly. the old IttJnIber tmdlway formerly oper 4te� hy the *�rtiKe Albert Lumber Oomvaar- Orer the lumber cnttinga the I the fife la racia* with indeaoribaible fury. Tlie country Is Intenaely drj-t(nd with the hifh wlnda that hare been blowln* for the paat 'foir days U la Impota'ible' to check the conflagration. The ttoarinlon foreatry depart-tha i ment Is doing age' will be'ready at the same tlmor-W ehe opinion of Admiral Kerr, and a race ti^r what may jirove to be the first crosalng is ex-liected to reault. iMeanw4ille the 160,000 priM offered by the London I>ally M�ll appuently i.s atUl open to competition, aa the conditions r^jUjuire that the ooaa't line must be crossed. ISxtenslon of the international interest in flying across the Atlantic was shown today when Lieut. Jensen, formerly a French war. aviator, arrlred here to study conditions for starting a tUffht from NewA>undland. Ueut. .lenson w^ould not discasa hia mltalon,' except to Efty a plant titiUt in France and manned by French airmen might make the attempt. The Royal Aero Club, wWch haa supervision Over the oompetltlon, in which Hawker was entered, notified the referee thia morning no news Imd been received regarding Havkor, and !be\Lond(ffl DailyMatl ^eea wlthjii sl'ght of the river Shannon! LONDON, May !4.--(i;)elayed, Canadian Associated I'rcss.)-^Sir Guorgo Perley, Canadian -high commlBslonev, probably without deliberately intending it. has added an interesting con-trlHntlon to the rtiscusHion now proceeding regard'ng Viscounl. French':) rmemoirs of the 1914 operatdins. Speaking at Dudley, Sir George spoke of meeting Lord Kitchener, when the first Canadian division was inspected by the King on Salisbury Plain, and added; "Kitchener told me at that time a good deal about the unpreparedness of thia country for war. He said the government had shown greal courage' I'.n taking up the GerfllSh challenge: in fact, he doubted if they realize:! themselves how much courage they had shown. He said they would nol have' minded being, .without . rifles, guns and shells jf there were any '.'ac-I toriea Available* for making thera. bui \ as a matter ot {act, he would have to put up buildings to jfrovlde the new factories before raanufacturin* theso (CO.NTimJED jmOM FRONT PAGE ) ment ot taxation, the'prpsideut made it clear thtkt he did not rixpect a fundamental re-adjustnaent of the domestic tariff rates that have been operative for thelest six years. He asked for tariff-esaugos only to protect special new Interests like the dyostuffs industry. Some reductions' were advocated in wdr time excess profits taxes "anJ^the present tax on retail sales, the president thought, could be dispensed with entirely. The recommendations regarding labor were general, but the president called attention to the need for a partnership between capital and labor and a genuine "democratization ot industry." i On tariff revision tbA-preaident said (the I'nited States should have the means for properly protecting itsei: when there w^as' danger ot discrimination agataat It by foreign nations. "Though we are as far .aa possible from desiring to enter upon a course ot retaliatibn," he eaid, "wia mu|t fraakly face the fact that hostile legia-.latto^t �y kther nation* ia not. beyond the range ^f possibility and that it may hav^to be met by count�r-legl*lat}on. "Although the United States will gladly and'unhesitatingly join in th? progrhm of international dUarmament, if >ftll, nevertheless, by a policy of l^vlous prudflhce make certain ot the aucceaatul maintenance of many strong and well equipped chemical planta." r' vital things. He said f.\ would take a long time to do this, as well as to train the Beeeeeary workmen, lie was sure the war would last two years jt leaat, 'probably three. I doubt If anyone had as aim? a vlaion of the reality of the struggle aa Kitchener hlmaelt." The Dally Mall, which has been pointing trlumphwrtly to Viacount French'* artlcloa^^as vindicating its hoatUe policy towgrd Kitchener in the early atagea of the war, "Wys today: "The tragedy of it ail was that while ttftchener -fflth mistaken energy waa trying to command the armies lu the field, he was neglecting, the provision of sheila, giin�>iDd munitions." What tfae^ people are inclined to ask is whether, if 'Viscount French may put his case' forward so  publ-cly, others are not to be allowed t-O'-do in^ewise, and if so, are we not in tor R bitter and painful season of wrang-llnfe'. SHOIANP'ILED KmMINATE ^ RY TAXES NO CHANGE 'PEG STRlrtOAY Thii is Aniwer Given in House by Goremment Leaders OTTAWA, May 20,-D. D. Mo-Kencle, leader of the oppoeltlon, aaked at the opening of the house IT the govarnment had any Infor-^matlon (n regarcf to the atrike \n Winnipeg. Hon. A. K. McLean: "Thera Is no material change in the eltua-tlon at Winnipeg." Sir Thomaa White: "I may say further. In reply to my honorable friend, that our advicea are to Vra effect tiift the municipal, provincial and dominion authorities are all cooperating and It la believed that meaauree have beep taken to aure the maintenance of low and order." The house went into committee on the act to consolidate and amend the Railway Act. . Dr. Reid, minister of rail-ways, explained that the bill under coneMera-tion had been befdJ-e both the housa ot commone and the :(enate for two or three aeaajons. There were over SOU sections. Daylight Fight at Agiricourt- One of Robbers and B^nk Clerk Also Shot The death ocf.urred ot James Patterson, 37, editor and prpprletor of the Meaford MiiTor. TORONTO, May 20.-R. G. Lang, manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia branch at 'Agincourt, near here, waa ahot and inatantly killed by tvvo daylight robbera, who drove up In'an automobile thia morning and atttpipted to rob the bank. .Anothnr employee waa wounded ard one jbf the would-be robbera ahot. n\ It la not known here at preaent whether or not the aeeend robber aacaped with any loot. POlSONGASiALLIES , WILLREIAUAIE Getting rid of tea or coffee troubles is made easy by chan^in^' INSTANT POSTUM a delicibus cereal ^rink In United States-Soda Water ^d Sportiiig Goods Are ' - .\ : Amoi^ Them WASHINGTON, May 20.-Among special war taxes which the president, in his message to congress today, suggested should dilminat�d are those on soda water and so-colled luxuries, such as expensive articles of clothing and personal equipine|>t; on proprietary medicinal and toilet preparations and on'*"8UcU manufagtured products as auto%obile trucks., pianos, sporting goods, chewing giim, cameras and camera supplies, firearms, electric tans, thermos bottles and motor boats. Tax on most ot these articles ^went into effect on May 1. A Detroit ne'wBboy oouldn't find any news dn the front page to entice the public, so he cried "Uxtry, u'xtry, all about the big bargains in down-town stores. Something Interesting for the ladies." "WILD YOUTH" AT COLONIAL , "Wild Youth," the ^ beautiful Paramount special attraction is being shown at the Colonial today and Wednesday, and is attracting large audiences. "Wild Youth" produced' by the master producer J. Stuart Blackton, is adapted from the famous novel of the same name, written by Sir Gilbert Parker. AH the essential elelments of the/ famous story are wonderfully pic-turelf in th?>ereen version �which makes an ideal entertainment for the iBeatre patrons. Monroe Salisbury's startling production "The Millionaire Pirate" opens a three days' engagement at the Colonial starting Thursday. llFT OFF CORNS! Doesn't hurt at kll and costs onlr a f�w cents Who Own* It 7 A 1919 car license plate No. 10487, has been found..Owner-may have aama by applying to i,he City Police station. LONDON, May 20.-(Router's)- Hon. I�pE. Guest, parliamentary secretary of the treasuryf stated in the house of-commons yesterdfiy that the matter of forming regiments of guards, containing soldiers of the Do-i at """"'^ ^ ^ minions wa., being carefully consider- j subsequent permanent beneflvj ' fronMts use. In many caaea ot hyperacidity a single dose of aerathol pro-[iuces almost magic ^tecta SEIKM BEST TiilllG ~ FOR STOMICN TROUBLE Recent Investlgatlona of the treatment ot a large number ot caaea of Indlgealtion, dyspepsia, gastritis and conditions arising from hyper-acldlty of the stomach prove that there Is] nothing more effective In the treat-ihenf of these ailments tl>an ordinary serathol, which can be obtained .from Higlnbotham & Co. in Lethbridge and any good druggist at itrlfltng-^at. Many a autferer from theae complaints haa fieen agreeably surpriaetl � "instantaneous relief TEA. Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea and see that you get it-4here is lio other Tea "just as good.'* Try it I FAMOUS HORSESHOE SHOWN IN PICTURE Under the direction of Edward Jo.se. Enrico Caruso and his company' engaged in the filming ot "My Cousin," the great tenor's first picture for Art-craft, which will be shown at the Star-land theatre Wednesday and Thursday, went to the Metropolitan Opera House for a number ot interior scenes. About five hundred extras were used,in the mailing ot scenes wifc the world famous "diamond horseshoe" and balconies as background. The reigainder ot the shots for Ibis Magic! Just drop a little Preeaone on that touchy corn, instantly it atopi aching, theti you lift the corji off with the fingers. " Truly! No humbug! , Try Freezone! Your druggiat sells a tiny boittl^for a few cents, sufficient to rid your feet, of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the td�8, and calluses, without' one particle of pain, Boreineaa or Irritation. Freezone Is the discoveay-ot a noted Cincinnati kenius.- d. No statement as yet was possible. Replying to Commander Wedge-wood, Mr. Guest, in the commons, stated that as the Bolshevikl were already j employing poison gas on the northern Russian front, preparations were being made to retaliate in kind (cheers). Every precaution was being taken to protect our brave troops against the Inhuman methods of the soviet troops. IE QUEBEC, May 20.-Two mora troop transports are steaming up the St. Lawrence today, bringing homo close to 3,000 men and officers from overseas. The Minnedosa, with 1,87-1 PASsengers.yiuoRtly ret(irued soldiers, will dock here, while the Salurnla. with 9ver 1,280 on board, will arrive here on Wednesday night also with troops. Botlt^ships will proceed to Montreal. -J--�- Waa Compoaed of Veterans Mr. Longworth, president 6t the G. W. \. A. wishes it to be announced that the firing party at the lunei-al of the laie Comyade Simm wa^: not from the 39th Batter.v, but was composed ot Veteran/ of dftferent units in charge of Sgt.-MaJ. Webb, ot the late 113th Battalion. . , . Diseased Skin Freedom'at once from the agony of akin disease. The soothing wash of oils. Try D. D. D.-it'a different. J. D. Higlnbotham & Co. Limited, Drug-slats, Lethbridge, Alperta. Nino' men were ilrowned 6t St, Leon de Handon, Dorchester county, by the capsizing pf a motor Tsoat. fEMON JUICE FOR FRECKLES Girlsl Malce beauty lotioji for a few cents-Try \i\ Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing Jhree ounces of orc"hard .white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan Ibtlon, and complexion beautlfier, at very, very small cost. Tour grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orcbaTd white for a few cents. Maaaagls this sweetly fragrant lotion, imib tlif face, neck, arms �nd hands each (lay and see lio^;:fr�cklea and^ bleiitishes disap--petal' and hoiv; clear, .pvf^ nd rosy-\vhlte tiie 8kliihipC�n�*- Yes! It is harmless and ^Slpi; liritAtes. Bargain! Gabinet Grand Upright Gourlay In first class condition-original price $650.00 Quick Sale Price $385 Terms Arr|inged This piano is one of the many planes being takeii in exchange as part payment for the YeOldeFirme Heintzmann Pianos and Player Pianos Thf demand for, Heiutcman & Co. Grand Pianos has never been as great in the 70 years they haVe been manufactured. 'Valuations given on your piano on request by eithdfc letter or- phone call. OUR ONE R�ICE system of doing business Is appreciated, by all business men. > Showrooms: Armitrollg & Raworth's 6th Street South - Lethbridge Phone 172? J. HARRY AL-eXANOBR, OletHct Manaoer. . IT'S UNWISE to pnt off to-day's duty until tomorrow. If your stomach Is cld-diaturbcd take the ae^ aid to digestion comfort toctoyr A pleasaht relief from the discomfort of actd-dyepepaia. MADE BY SCOTT & BO\VNE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION series of scenes were made at the Manhattan Opera House, 'liie to the fact .h2t the stage of the .Metropolitan was utilized lor other purpoge.R, rhietly tho painting; ot scenery for next year's prodnotion. About forty member.? ot the Metropolitan rhorus took part in the scene from "l Pagliacci," which was reproduced on thn stage o( the Manhattan. The support provided for Mr. Carusq is e.vceptionally fine; lii.s leading \voma> being Carolina White, a famous opera singer. TONIoftr PATHE PRESENTS MARGARITA FISHER "FAIR ENOUGH" IN 5 ACTS ALSO ' 'WOLVES OF kULTUR' AND-aOOD COMEDY ' "Lave'e Scream" WKONCSDAY A ,THURSDAY^ /I- Henderson Lake PAVILION IS NOW OPEN B'0AT8�F0R HIRE LIGHT LUflCHES SERVED ICE CREAM PARLOR .\.ll under new management, who will give a service that the public will appreciate. NICOLAS KOURY MANAGER COLONIAL TODAY and WED. PARAMOUNT PICTURES PR^SET^T J. STUART BLACKTON'S SUPERB PRODUCTION OF mi Youth' By Sir Gilbert Parker GOOD COMEDIES 25)candl0c. rr^ ALMOST HERE ENRICO GAJIUSO^ j'zi My Coufein." A� AUrCIUJT tUMn. ENRICQ CARUSO In HI* '^>''*t Arteraft "MY COUSIN" STARTS THURSDAY TODAY and.. TOMORROW V- Prices 36c and 10c 2ANE. GREY'S LATEST STORY The Light ef the Western Stars / FEATURING DUSTIN SARIHUM , APOED ATTRACTION ^ tplin 15406855 769242 ;