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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TEX fllE LETHBIUDGR DAILY HRIULD MAY 18, 1920 wmmmmwm Biirr.cs, former Lubur member in tbCj j ".V luwor deck boy has as snuc-lil iiiuiu-o of golting eoLnmSs-jloiUNj iV.nX I of cutting ibi> 1OTIH First Lord of Admiralty So t'le variou- Hon. swm of .NnvHl t Budget. uiuixvcMi the same ivdik-riju _.. a dm: rally, but [lie tta.-; to ib Kothiuc ii'k LONDON', .May IJ.-.li.'- down for the Ibtai year urvJcr discus- djvrn for the country's t.iretv. in tlic of V.'SUT- aLsa saul tho rdiniralty wn-: day itusv.vriHl 2 rjnnin.i; ia the from a taia'! nutiitjc'r iiroi'Lo'.ioii Ironi lov.xr ilerk tt> i mc-mliors anxious to fOv-ure rcduttlou1 rauk. to which Oe.-'i-i.-i1 10 his tour of thy dominions. HP 1 it i? empire of wliich roi ou'y ihj cf these islands ;u''' iMMii.l. tlu'fe of the Ue-i .Vlso coiumtinica- [ion: upon lhi> ISritish SiivH be bronghl iiuo oxliiouce u> lu'ly Uiitbl; aavy. It is our [a that LUP supreme iu f V-TV U' OUT; still refuses to pay. to lie villiug to tall in Already i The plaintiff is represented by S. J.i tlio city cuuucll has expressed ilsj ;StepUerd, of ShopbiTil and Dimlop. I willingness to put the clock Iiaudsl Iwitb whom is acting Mr. McGHIIrray. forward. I Twcedio sud ot Ca'l, gary- Defendant Is rejircspntcd by C. F. Harris and H. Elton. U NITTI AGAIN TO HOLD THE REINS [.I, HOim May H. Franki-1 Is Suing f Entevs Counter-Claim. WILL ADOPT i DAYLIGHT SAVING i W-OSC' rcsigncrt kist week, has afceidu'.l an invitation by viftoi1: 1 -.VAXCOUVEB, 11. 0.. May i Kmiiutiut'l tp ,'prpi a. m vv ministry, j Ibe. last tliat of thu school I The luvliatian' pjlenittd today i boarO, removed, there is lilllo rtoubti after lite king had conferred witikK' ;tbat da.vlifbt saving will be adopted; former I'rcimer Tlitoai and Orlando. I O YEAST AGENCY HERE It. O. Hughes, of the Flelsch- nan Yeast arranged for the opening of u sub-agfitiey ot the above ilnn in Lethbridge to- day. This iiseju'y will bo un- dtr the C'alRarv branch 'and U beii-'g established to supply tue local deiiumd. Haters will bo :ible to draw Bupplte> cvoy tiny. William liuse will be in cliargo auU will have i.iif.'kldit stock for Iho pur- pose. elevator V-1! Pi v) I I! the proprietors of Zam-Buk, a short time ago, he said: This money might hnve been saved by Mr. Z. D'Muro of 722 Papincnu Ave., Rlontrcar, had he only known of Zam-Kuk sooner. Writing to "For over a year J suffered with eczema which nothing seemed able to cure. I had treatment from three doc- tors, which cost me but none of them were able to cure me. I suffered from the irritation and pain, and I thought I should never get relief, until one day a friend told me about Zam-Buk and I started vising it right away. From the very first application I felt better. Zam-Buk relieved the irritation and seenieirto cool and soothe the sores. Gradually the sores began to heal and, with perseverance, Zam- Buk completely nd rne of the disease. "1 would like to be able to teil all sufferers from eczema to stop experi- mcnting'with useless remedies and use Zum-Buk. By using this balm in the first place they would save themselves needless suffering and expense." Zam-Buk should be in every home, not only for skin troubles, boils, rasrie-s, pimples, abscessesand ulcers, hut also for cuts. bnrnrCaRd scaids, for which it is indispensable. Get a'box to-day. It !y arid still retain Its strength and purity. All dealers, SC-c.boi. FREE 'lie cnse ot vs Ross came j uj> fur hearing before .Mr. Justice; at iho Supreme sittings! or. Tuesday moruins and .is ftiH pro-' Tbe piaintiff. Joseph It.' tViinhel. of carrying on- bnsiuesa as a livestock dealer, is ins Thoaias of Warner, for the sum ot 53390. Tim plalaliff's case is that by agree- mer.t in writing, dated Lit Warner Aug-! us! ICth, 1917, tho defendant agreed to fell to plaintiff, who agreed lo pur-: chase all the defendant's fat beefi steers, four years and up, at and for j the snw of seven cents per pound.! Under the said agreement defendant ngreed to deliver tlic said steers al Raymond on or about October 15th. 1P17. Defendant, it was claimed, rep- resented to plaintiff he had at least 70 head of fat beel steers. Plaintiff paid to defendant, as al- leged, al Ihe time of the pxecuiton of agreement the imn of on account of the transaction. Defend- ant, it is claimed, has neglected and refusal to deliver the steers to the and 07 reason ot this plain- tiff has suffered datimge iu the sum of ?l'nso. This sum is as follows. Loss of profit oa Ibs. at cents per pound, being tho differ- ence between the purchase prico of the steers and the price on October loth. 1017. ami amounting to ?1S90. plus ilia 5500 pnid. making a tolal of J2SOO. Defendant denies the claim and puts in a counter claim. lie states that ho did make delivery to the plain- tiff of all cattle to ho was en- titled uader the agrcciasut, and that said delivery was made on November 10th, 1917, at the stockyards at Ray- mond. Defendant states that the plaintiff has never paid him for tho said cattle so delivered, with the ex- BUILDING BETTER BOYS Military training will help-but it takes tesides "setting-up" exercises to make healthy sturdy men. The body is built out of the food you didest. Shredded Wtieat Biscuit contains the vitamines that are necessary to normal nutritioiiin addition to the tissue-huildind elements which are absent from many expensive ToodaThe crisp and tasty dood- ness of me baked whole wheat is a joy to the palate-most real food for the least money. .ADMISSION TO THE GROUNDS ON THIS OC- CASION WILL BE FREE TO ALL. NO ENTRANCE FEE TO SPORTS. EVERY PERSON WELCOME. THE LETHBRIDGE BAND WILL TAKE PART IN THE PAFU.DE AND WILL RENDER MUSIC DUR- ING THE AFTERNOON. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED AT THE GROUNDS UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. O. D. E. m ALL SOUTHERN ALBER- TA IS INVITED TO LETH- BRIDGE FOR VICTORIA DAY, HAY 24th. Our 250th are Holding a of Field Sports will fee carrier AMONG THE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS WILL BE A MUSICAL RIDEJ TENT PEGGING, WRESTLING ON HORSEBACK, TILTING AT THE RING, AND SEVERAL OTHER FEATURES GIVEN BY THE ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE. THE LIST OF EVENTS is a vevy interesting one and valuable prizes arc being given by the Company to thc-winnbg competitors in the various events. As a Preliminary Event a BIG will be formed, leaving the Gait Gardens nt 1 p.m. sharp, In this connec- tion a first prize of an Electric Parlor Lamp, valued at be awarded for the best decorated car, and a second prize of a parlor lamp, valued at Decorate your cars and get in the parade and win one of these beautiful lamps, THE DAY'S PROGRAM Wy-t. WINQ UP WITH A GRAND m THE MAIN PAVILION AT THE EXHIBITION- GROUNDS, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LETHBRIDGE AMATEUR ATHLETI.C ASSOCIA- TION, THE SIKOKOTOKI CHAPTER, I .0. D. E., AND THE LYCEUM COMMITTEE.. THE ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE WILt- TAKE A PROMINENT PART IN THE PARADE, BEING REPRESENTED BY A CONTINGENT FROM MACLEOD IN AD- DITION TO THE LOCAL FORCE. m THE PRIZE LIST WILL 8E PUBLISHED IN FRI- DAY'S PAPfiR. ;