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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK KJf.lIT THK LFiironinr.H DAILY MONDAY. MAY 17. 1920 N A A A A A A .f .ICE BRIDGE FORMS AT NIAGARA FALLS FOUR HUNDRED BOLSH6 To: DROWNED IN ROUT Heine in Canada Heads "FdMl-TiVES" Seeding Expected All Done Th Arc llusy Hushing Work. f.i'.ff, ac i.'.t, AVa r K, 5i'.-> t'r j J l'ain j i- atlian cars would be returned Iminedi-. Disregard Agreement and Deli- fale International Problems I "American- ilhls agrecuioJii It seeass. ihat, th'eii- have- lech vt'rted elsewhe-re but hack home. As Precipitated FALLS. N.Y., May of Iho latest ice bridges In many years formvd iu the Niagara from the American falls 10 llio Maid of" iho Mist lauding on the Cana- dian side. The.solid formation due .to continued cool wt.i- liter, u heavy flow of ice fiom 1-ike Krlo autl a su-j-Jy north WAQSAW, Muy Associat- ed rout of tho Tenth I iiolsliovlk division in a battle ID the region north 'of tho Brosiua river, is in flu official communication Issuwl yesterday. attempting to THOMAS' J.-BEXXETT, i-'algarj, Alberta. With respect to Lots 2? to ;W, Illack 2. Plan S90-A.1." To: ______ ISABELLA ELIZABETH MAXWELL. Lethbrldgo, Alberts. respect to tots 76 to S3, aud SS tii-100, Plan "Lctubrldge 5301-A.A." C-i were drowned while endeavoring i 10 reach the. other bank ot the stream. Tho fighting lasted two days. i NKW YOniC. May 'itiau NVw York x reprisal. C'auadiaii officials now ro-1 to allow cars OUT the ''ivn Coi GR.VNl.KA. May I'.F.A h.iM Ihoir mei-ting LM lilt, Lancaster schoxlhouso Satpiday. May 1 futlifuliy folwwcd. prompt relief an.1. i rpcovcrv 'rhcn th? treatment is 'u-iniT ilealinz rim -nip-il n- mpn' eavc. up ibo roads they were faculty of education in consideration -hortaBO n tho some 286.000 freight cars, i.m of a flOO.OOO grant from the'govern-' escape across iho Dnieper river, the TAKE NOTICE that applications j remnants of Ihe division were killed! will bo made before His Honour J. A. A: or captured. Of these remnants soraei Jackson. Judge of tho District Court. of LethWdgo. in Chambers, at tho Court House- iu ihe pity of J-othbrldBC, on Thursday, the lOlh day of juuo, ISiSO, at the hour ot eleven o'clock iu Iho forenoon or os soon thereafter as Counsel can bo heard for Orders con- firming Iho sales of tho abovo proper- ties, which sales were made at a lax sale beld Iu the said City of Leth- brldge. DATKD at tho City ot Lethbridge. la the Province of Alberta, this 6th day of May, 1920, and DELIV- ERED by Messrs. Ball Holyoali, Koiicitors for the Approved: J. A. Jackson, J.D.C. Ad D WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVE HER ALONE return empty cars belonging to Cana-: diun road from Port. Arthur. Mr. Dohl Carlson motored to fred Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Dl'etz Iverson visited t ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Wares Sunday. Friends of Mr. J. 0. liilcy will bej tlad to hear of his recovery f.-om pueumonta. lion fires have the general here this week The lUissian thistles on the Mubb'.e fields here a detriment to the farmers, as! they are a little too wet to burn and i fake longer to destroy on (bat account, j The fanners are still busy seeding j and it is thought nest week j "During the war. Canadian roudsj built almost a peace time quota uf new iind.lurge freislu cars. They allowed j these cars to como to the fnitcd I Stales to bring newpprint and other- j products lo Now York and olLer cities! with the understanding iliat the Can-' Not Recognize Accursed Trade Unions Nor Employ Hed-Hairc-rl Girls OFFICERS ELECTED .j and it is Ihoiight neit week: Lewis, a hale and 5IOOSE JAW. Sask. .May It will be nearly all sown. Lots of (be hearty veteran of eighty-four, is the j ficrrs ot the state council of wheat is two or three, ir.cnes also mojt talked of man la London at the cbew.-.n and Manitoba Knight; of Co-1 are looking gooii. Jlr. M. Solmon of Euikoui motored through on Tuesday. present moment. He- is the head of j a big -iry goods store in Oxford St., which he built up from a small shop lu.ilblis were clcctcd'by tho council in annual. session here last evening as SHIPBUILDERS' STRIKE lihat-he opened over thirty years ago.! State lecturer. P. J. Moffatt, Moose' I John Lewis' force of emplovc.es. IJaw; deputy, J. Winni-i largely composed of girls and troiaen. j WS; slate secreuiry. J. J. Klnith. lie-; POKT ARTHUR Ont May 'o VI rcccntlv formed a union, which ap- slate ireapurer. Joseph .Jlor-} gens, Weyburn; state advocate. W. 31.! O'Regau. Yorkton; state warden, P.; claims for recognition various other demands, such as, for instance the right of the shop assistants to take (heir meals off the promises, climber of employees of the Port preached the head of the firm with Arthur Shipbuilding' Company went on strike today as a result of Ihe company's refusal to graut a wage Increase. The company refused to accept a board of conciliation, claiming there ivas nothing .to negotiate, as they ore aboslutely' unable' to mate any further raise in the wage schedule. THIS WOMAN'S JECOVERY Shows Remarkable Curative Power of Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA' Judicial District of Lethbridge Between: TT TOOK two ywirs to perfect the J. coatmipn Honeymoon Chocolates. The appetizing and delicious flavors of tlie cen tre s go fu r ther to enrich the completed chocolate. Honeymoon Chocolates For Those Why Care [and seeinctl to. sot bctlcr, althoueh i the fainting spells would not leave iuie. 1 would take such terrible fulls, I wherever f that it was not safe tc I leave mo ulone at any tiiiie. At lasl I decided 1.0 resort to proprietary meJi- cines and took several different kinds, but seemed to receive but little benefit from Uiein. One day noticing the ad- vertisement-of Milburn's Heart anil j Nerve Pills I try them, and j .____ before I had.taken more than two on the Hih day of .last com i boxes I sea they were, helping i inenccil ogalnst yo'ii and that 'the me. I have taken about ten boies. and 1'laintfff by her.SJtatement ot'Claim prays, for tbedlssolutibri of her mar- riage -with you; and further, prays for the custody and control of tho infant MARIE Plaint itf, 'ALOIS. STEI XING BR, Defeudant. TO ALOIS STElNlNGEn, the ABOVE- XAMED TAKE NOTICE that this acllpn was alt almost cured ot those terrible njells. I sincerely feol tliat your medi- cine has proved a blessing to me. aiii I advise any one' troubled their heart to try them, as 1 am'confident they will fiiid relief." TheWalter.W. Shaw Company Limited are 50c rt box at nil' dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by Tho T. Co.. Llinltcil, Toronto, child. -Frederick Steinlnger, the issue of your marriage- with (ogether with such .further and otlterrelief as Mllbiirn's Heart and N'ervc Pills lo this'HonoiirableACoiirt may seem J. llouser, Hurubolt; chaplnln. Very Hcv. Dr. J. 0. is one of the stores -where tho! RetirinS State Deputy. J. J....... "living in" svstent'is still maintained J of Saskatclicwan, was presented with u gold charm as a token of-apprecia- tion of his work. using LydiaE. rinkham'a Vegetable Compound I was total wreck. I had temWe pains in my sides and waa not tegular Finally 1 pot so weak 1 could not go up 3tairs without stopping to half way up the steps. I tried two doctors but they 4id me no good. 1 saw your advertised in. the newspapers and thought I would give it a trial. I took four botties of the Vegetable Compound and was restored lo health. 1 am mar- ried, am the mother of two children, and do all my housework, eight cows, and do a hired man's and enjoy the best of health. I also found replied with a flat refusal to recognize any "accursed irade union." and said a Kooti proportion of his cm- ployees had been happy and content- ed la.bis service for many years past, and he saw no reason why Jie should change his methods. A strike .was called, and for two clays past-the. papers have been full of picturesque, developments, such as the girls picketing the store entrance and then, for a little diversion, going to a neighboring hail where they lis- tened to speeches and danced in tervals of the oratory. The strikers 'have the best of the argument In the columns of the press. because, while they stale their case in extenso, John Lewis refuses to make statement, declaring that running his store is bis own buslaess and nobody's else. delivcreil an InterestJng at ilress to delegates. During tho evening Bishop Dudka, of Ihc Catholic Rulheman' church, TORONTO PAPER SAYS AMBROSE SMALL WAS HELD TORONTO, Ma? World morning gives currency to .a rumor that Ambrose J. Small, proprietor certain theatre interests, who clisap- Beared early in December' last, is alive, but being heid for ransom. The World says that it is. stated that .a warrant has been sH'orn out by Small, a brother of the missing man, d that the will execute the "hennaed her she "was dismissed. Grand .Opera Hoiise lias made an'afti- davft lhat shortly before. Anihrosc Small disappeared be was apVoiiched Lewis has been in the public a that he should he one Our Nam'e and pur TRADEMARK before now owing lo .l.fferences with o t a small ri to ,g groiind landlord. I-ord Howard hoM fo- de A few years ago Lewl.il j ____ wantert to add- to his store certain! ARCHBISHOP SINNOTT RETURNS wf'NNIPEO, Alay 15.-His Grace.! adjoining premises, whieb do Wahlcn Guarantee the Quality the C Mg boards with sucli nc arch-diocese of Winnipeg, return- !c cH to Winnipeg today after his first pe Wai-i pastoral visit to Itomc since his con- arthins secration and Vegetable Compound a great help for inscriptions as "Lord Howard i! my weak back before my were nen's Monument of Iniquity." I born. I recommend it to all rny friends I den sued for libel and got a f; between Ihe typical Englishman and ville dislricl. A much higher pc'rcent- what he descrilies as "accursed trade rise Is chimed being published, proving beyond contra diction that this grand old medicine has more suffering among than any other medicine ic the world. unionists who live Idle lives at the cv. valley, estimates running as high penso of Ihc workers." is awaited with; f'O per cent. Some oats have alrc keen curiosity. I been sown. No Maize, Cotton Seed, or Mineral Oils iii The -SweetCBt--Oil from Apricots AND FURTHER' TAKE 'NOTICK lhat the Court has by'Order dated, Ihu 1st day'of May. A.D.. 1920, authorized service of tlic said SUitcnicnt ot Claim [and n copy of tie said Order under: registered Scorer addressed to' yon-nt' Xanton, in the Province of and further by. Ihe inserlion .of this Moliec iir Cue Letlibridge Herald once fa week for Ihree conseculivp. weeks: j AND KUUTHKR TAKE XOTICK that you are reciuireil within nineteen (10) days after Ihc insertion of thi.-; 'advertiBemcat to cause a Slateniont of Defence or Demand of Notice to be entered for you at the office of the Clerk ot the Supreme Court at the Court House iu Ihe City of Lethbrldgcv thnt in defaiilt ol your so doing JUDICIAL NOTICE THE MATTKli OP- AN' ORDI- j lllc pontiff mny proceed with this nc- NAXCK RUSPECT1NG.TIIE COX- llm and Judgment nwv he given KIHMATIQN OF SALE OF LANDS yon In your absence. FOR TAXES: i DATED at the City of Letlibridge. AXD IX THE MATTER OF APl'Ll- Province of Alborta, this 3rd CATIONS TO. HAVE THE SALE ,by of May, A.D.. OP 'THE FOLLOWING LANDS CONFIRMED. To: Mi Wllh respect to Lots 23 to 20, 0. Plan "Lellibridgo 247S-H." TO: HUGH McSORLEV. j rolnmbla. With respect to 1'arl of 45, and; all of 1-ots 40. 50, 51, 52, and 53, Plan I "Lethbridge 4903-11." To: ORION J..KVAXS. Strathn'.orc, Alberta. Wflh respect to Lots 1 to 5, Block 3. I'lan "I.ctlibrldge 5229-g." To: REGIXALD CLARKSON SIAWBR, I.c.thliridge, AlberU. I Wllh respect to hoi's 1 and 2, To: CHRISTINA WHITTOX, j l.clhtirldge. Alberta. With rcsrett to 1-ots 37 and Plan "Lethbridgo 5472-A.A." To: ROSE RUSSELL. Lcthliridge. Algeria. With re-spec: to Lot S, Block 1, Plan 820-A.E." To: JOSEPH MONTONI, lllsirmore. Alberta. Wllh respect lo Fxrts "A" nnd TJlock S, Plan "Lethbrirtgc 760-A.Q." To: CROW'S NEST INVESTMENT CO.. LIMITED. T-ethbrldge. Alberta. With respect to Lot 24. Block Plan "LetlihridRe To: ALEXANDER HOUSTON. Lcthbrldgo, Alberta. With respect to Lois 1 and 2, Block ..I. Plan "Lcthbridge 352D-A.A." and with rospert to Lets 03 and 53, Ulock II, Plan "Letliltrlilge 585-Y." To: GEORGE FRANCIS BRYANT, LethbrWre, Allierla. With i-Rsport'lo 23, Ulock 61, Plan "l.elhbridge 81S-Y." To: WALTKR K. HAYHUHST, Lethbridge. AlbMtn. Wllh respect lo Lot 13, Block 52, Plan "Lothbrldgc S38-Y." To: JOHN JjciminOK SHIVELY, Lctlibrldgc. Alberta. With respect lo Lot 13. Block 27, Plan "Lftthbrhlge. -WS6-U." To: ARTHUR DICKINSON., Lcthbrldge, Alberta. Wllh respect lo Lot? 37. 3S, 35, and II. OSTLTJXD. SOliiclor for-lhc Plaintiff. Ad B CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Aye. S., Lelhbrldfle, Ride in a McLauQhlin It costs no more. Eddie Bergcr, Prep. Let Andy 0 If your nuto or tractor radiat- or needs repliirltig, the Iho cquipmenL and the biggest shop in'Alberts ii at your service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th Silver Grill FARMERS! If you have LIVESTOCK, IM- PLEMENTS, HORSES, WAG- ONS, you wish lo dispose of, consign them lo 113 for quick sale, eilhcr nt Public Auction, or privately. LETHBRIDGE STOCK REPOSITORY A Marsh Tell Vs What You Have To Sell Phone 348 Res. 1H8 40. Block 2. Plaft To: JAMES HARRIS. LelWirlilge. Alberta. respect to Lot 20. Block 4. Plan "Lethbridge To: MARTIN C. CitAPMAN. Thompson Kails, Montana. U.S.A. With respect lo Lois 27 lo 30, Block a. Plan "Lelbbrldgp. 247S-II." To: DONALD McKEXHIE. Calvary. Albr-rlti. Wilh Tcspoel'to-Lols S" and 38, IHork If. Bn'J Lots K anrl 50. Block Plan "LothbrHBH To: WILLIAM HENRY PARSONS, Edmonton. Altnrla. Wilh rcfcport to Lol.i 4 arul Ifi nnd 17. 20 and 21, 25 and 27. I'hn "Lelb- te 433C-A.I." To: STANLEY HAliltlSON, Brooklyn, Neu- York, U.S.A. With respect to Lois 13 nnd 14, Ulock I. Lois !t to 14. and 23 to 28. llldck 2. Plan "Stafford JI77-A.A." To: ROY I'ATTON. Mcdlclnr Hal. Alberta. With respect to 1 lo 10, Block Plan To: ANNIE MAY McOUIHE, Nanlon, Alherla, Wltb fospccl to Lois lo 2S. Ulock 2, Plan "Lothbrldgc 550-A.I." If You Don't Care-- Whether you eat or not, and don't know what you want, let our menu sug- will tempt the appetite. The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;