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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta T. MAT M. 1M4 Til DAItT PAGE FIVE Nothing but virtuous, fragrant Ml, of deliciousneu in the tea-pot. i j 7 You cannot imagine how good it really is unless you try it. WHY DELAY? AUTO AND aVTftllT CAN CUUH: FIVC KILLRD CoUatbltt. Ohto, May Is re- Wrtesl that killed today, when aa autonobll. wu by an Ihternrban car near twentT-flve miles south of this VILLA FIKiT AT IALTILLO XstaeloB. Mexico, May (via. El May JO) rnsMuwv VIHe, leedlof tour thousand tneps won the tint iBfortut of the 8altlllo Mar 17, when he eeteet- IWty-tlva htHutred Federals, re- tratrat frosa Moswtova at Pareioa. tnui Cortta That swpiid, thtt oa oM MnaiiMtt a corn. Dsw'cnf k. Yew eruffHt hsk t nsnr awtnatk Jsjj ft is eficiem, so M HMslee. that it mm m.nth. ThewaflstMs! Apply r slssply Ihe Mm two slsys, rtira lyWlteot. 41 him? any its earn. In it withM seteDSSI. Felks have to eats, on itnf paring c.rns. Step the oM- tJBt rre.ri.HHW. tnd yew cmt team h Ah dmph, easy way. Try H ens con. Blue-jay Corns M urf H aliaHs-at. Dnfttste To Core Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises oatarraal OeartMM u< aMsl wlH b. (lad thai this alstnntBf aWc- he sfltswnraHf treated at sr SA tmnrssil aiMMclaa that It siaar BisttsiMs kas ef soled a m Ml ehw has failed. whe enM witthTEk _ seeh eva ettut that the Ock a wnteh Iteialr aoeikto seven elfht taohes away new eKher TtsnKre If yen ihMw sepeene treo.led with best arisesi er eatarrhal Mnaea, out ent tkls lomola sjssl hand te tbesm and yen wffl mean, ot sev- Itt peer sntersr perhaps frev total deetniss. The freeerlptlon can he and M ante as follewi rresa rear drawls'. 1 os. Par- (bauble itr.ntth) akeut w.rth Take thU bosae, add It. U ptat et het water) and 4 as. of gnntotesl snnr; stir ontli dls- .Take on. four a day. The Int deee promptly ends the Host dutrmlas, head nolces, eloudr thtnklw. hear-. Ini rapidly retime as the Invigorated br the taatc aettoa treatiMat LSJM ot siull macus stropping in the heck of the throat are ether symptoms (hat show the freeehoe et eatswrhat peltoa, and which are qatekly evercoese br this eescaoleiM trejatvaeBt Nearly ninety per oeni ot ell ear are direct- ly censed br catarrh; therefore, are hut tew erhoeeJiearlaf can- net be restored hr this hesae trfatawat. Kyerr person who Is iiiaabM wllh head noises, catarrhs) deafness, or catarrh la any form sheuld give areecrlptlen a trial. There Is aothmc better Pftmlslt fpaelfy that yeu weal Double rear haa It er he caa It ter res; It net, send "Sc IMmatteejal LaberaterlM, 7' PUCE mm WAS miAT Centennary of the Signing of Treaty Ghent Duly Recognized Raymond, May the various churches as Peace Sunday.'This year marks the century since the peace treaty, of Ghent signed during which time there has been continued peace between .the English speaking peoples and the conditions seem more favorable than ever for; a perpetua- tion to this friendly .relation. The speakers depleted, the aorrors ot war and the beauties ol peace with the view of creating a sentiment in fav- or of the lattjer. The world is pro- gressing in the arts of peace. The gospel of peace is gaining place in the hearts of men. The jpromises of a millenlal dawn are bright. E. P. Walscott came into town yes- terday and secured the services of the constable to search for a suit ot clothes that left his ranch about the time kli hired man did. The man was: located.and after some little search the clothes .were found wear- by. He promptly denied having any knowledge of how they came to be so mysteriously near him and it is un- derstood that the matter was allow- ed to drop some put-wardt signs repentance. At the dhineae Cafe run by "Fat" an .ugly scrap occurted in. which ohe of the town boys got a-deep stab in the arm with a knife. It seems that the Celestial had grabbed the boy's hat iro prompt security for Home confeitionery, and when la made an attempt to recover the same he was attacked- wltti a knife. Dr. J. S. Wray was called to. dress the .wound. The matter has come to the atten- tion ot the officers.and since, it is against ttie laws to; be selling on Sunday. The people are against it and action will probably be takes against the Chinaman. Meeks Bros.'have discovered cut. worms on their wheat field. It is alto understood that H. S. Allen's field is being devastated. They have communicated with Mr. Strickland at Lethbridge and it is expected