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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 'THE LET HiiiiuiGE uAlIV PAGE FtVfc A. 1J. McCoig Attacks Wheat Board in Budget Debate; Also Goes After Board of Com- merce, Charging Profiteering in Salaries, OTTAVl'A, May message was read from tiio governor-general in the Jiouse- of commons today thanking tho house for the address la reply to iho speech from iho throne. As th'e mess- ago was road, el) the rose A Bad Case Eczenu All Over Kis His Arms Covered Jthn CJark of N. B, t liory of grutsafferioc Into a few woroi. "I beTond wtrtdr. 1 could pot You could not pat Din en body. 1 tritd weral 4oct0n. They It TTM tcrofulL Thro dollar bolLltJOf D. D. IX ii all I I bate cot had ft ion for five monlhi." week we are tttectbr letter iaiae lofferer to ifaow whit be lo tlchfnx, burning by Lht clear, purifflw liquid wftih, D. D. If. Stop thai You ire not uked U. DM D. D. D. for weeki before you recede re- mits. If youdon'tcctrelief from the we Jiand our money hftck. llM ft bottle, TO' D- D. Soap, too. M SWn Disease J. D. Hleinbotham K Co.. LM. rtrus El3ls, with tho exception of Mr. [Brome.) Joseph lArmstrong. East Lambton. asked that copies of the budget speech be printed and supplied to the- members for distribution. l.apolnte, Quebec East, 10 would liavu no objection to tbe budget speech being printed long as Mr. Fielding's speech was also printed with it. Sir Robert Bordes promised tbct the suggestions would eralion. He thought that arrange- ments had already bssa made to print large number 9? ot the budget resolutions. .A. McCoig, Ktnt, contlanlng the budget debate, to futures. In, tho speech by Mr. Mowat, yesterday Tho member for Parkdale, he said stood up and advocated tho contlnua llou of a duty on agricultural imple- ments when we, In thus countryj wor omlcal size for family use. Egg-O Baling Powder Co., Limited, Hamilton, Canada ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not A'spirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" this interesting takeott on Americau free verso: 'Every once Ihe Ciijr Re- ord pybllsbca a verse litre which reminds us'lmeslstibly of Walt Vliilman. For iiisiance in a recent sane we tied v "The fcllowing, must be duly li- censed Billiard and pool tables; Bowling alleys; DeaUrs In second-hand articles; Dirt i Drivers or chauffeurs of hacks, cubs, 3Sheumntism. Lumbago, Sciatica, Neu- ritis, take Anjtirln marked with the name "Bayer" or you arc not taking Aspirin at nil. Arrfpl only "Daycr Tablets of lAspirin" in 'an unbroken "Bayer" pacVago which contains complete di- rcctiofu. Then you are getting real genuine Aspirin pre- scribed by phystclanfl for over nine- teen years. Now made in Canada. Handy tin boxes containing 12 Uib- lets cost but a few cents. Druggists alao sell larger "Bayer" packages. There SB only ono nmt fny AifpMn Is the Iradn rnarlt frtsls'.cTcrl In ot TJayer Sfftnu Facia re of Mono- KftlUyJkacl'1. 11 well Itnonrn Ihat Aspirin IJnytr infinufifiliire. ftitlst tli'; public :icnin3t linliaitoir. tho Tablcln cf liaycr to (UmjiCd TFllh gcrtcisl mark, llio "Bayer Royal Household Flour MAKES THE WHITEST BREAD THE LIGHTEST. PASTRY AM) MOST APPETIZING HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS ASK FOR OGILVIES' COOK AND MOST ECONOMICAL RECIPES lailtabs. expresses; Eilerlor hoists; Hand organs; Junk dealers; Shooting Street musicians; Public Dorters. "To which Walt would raCTOly bava added something like the lollowing, and would hare had a perfect poem: "0 IJbertael I understand what you want with all these things, Aud I rejoice with you in them! A tank la a fellow who thinks Sir Henry, was a poor sport when he pui tha excise lax on liquor. NEWSPAPERS IN EAST BOOST COLONIZATION IDEA IN WEST CANADA LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C S, WE'VE GOT IT TO 00 Now that old Hlcost and Sir Henry Dray I on got to conspiring against us tho thing (9 do Is lo inaku one.'suit of clothes ilo where did before. VisSlojrs at Wasbington's home at Mt, Vernon tell us that postcards In Germany" are still sold there. It must bo some satisfaction to our American cousins to tlja1 they arc atill al war with tho Ger mans. THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN A reduction in taxes. Liquor, on'co thought by many to o a. necessity, Is now classed ns uxury. The world moves on. Well, anyway, usury is now. we know what a 'The budget Is a result of tha high, lost of warring. FACE TO FACE The budget Is hitting the jloets hard I literary friend, confronted with lesnoralo conditions, penned tho fol owing lines to tho very unpopula: inanco. minister Woe, woe. Is you, Henry Dray ton, rVhat right havo you, pray tell, to with salEm? wifo neods dollies nnd versa cannot .ist, thou oppressor, I'll meet yoi in h-----." EUGENICS If the Girl with tbo You 0 Touch %vere to marry tho handsom :bap in tho iq.'oqly na tural that there would some day b a Littlp Fairy iq Their 'Six Best Cellars." Listen Lester show Tem to md, the good man crlct He must have been thirsty to tnovledgo. LOOK NEARER HOME Go not for happiness abroad. For see It is a flower that blooms by you door; Bring IOTQ and kindness home, an then no moro You'll wonder IE what dwelling Jo may bo, Tho Paradiso ive seek, tho ell bright, That gleams beyond Iho slars o longing eyes, Is only human goodness In th skies, Earth's deeds well dono, glow Int heavenly light. It's alright to debate the big sprca in tbo prlco of bread, but with man ot us the spread fa a thing of th past. THE LIMIT Of all tho sad words ot (ongno o pen. Tho saddest of Halsc Again." FLETCHERIZING Florence, ngeil eight, lind hcc hoi' mother the value o( II proper mastication ot food. Tho oil: day, aflor ono of our refreshing Soul ern Alberta reins, hor mother foun her In Ibc garden careful nrealdng tbe clods of earth. "What aro you doing, askc tho mother. "Masticating t.ieso hard lumps was the ready WHY THE STREET CAR STALLS (Worn tho Huuuquo News) Will Iho rercon who took pair prints oft Main street car please return samo lo this office. The way lo time is to wo It fo death. FREE VERSE Don Mnrquts (he cleVei' column' of the Now York Sun p Slleeia, hiding It teneatt beela In -ailread cars. Military authorities say 'the Ger- mans arc advertising their troop isovc- ES O.SILE1 Report Charges Germans With Shipping in Troops and .Ammunitions WARSAW, May Associat- d Pfess.J-rlnfonnatlon Indicating hat some elements lu Germany are determined to lielp the Russian Bol- hevlkl, continues to be received here. I is eajd in military circles. 111 cst report is regarding Upper Silesia, where German anaed forces have >een assembling on the borders ot the plebiscite areas. Newspapers here oday published prominently ois patches slating that securib juards had arrived In Upper oitcsla special trains. For weeks, It Is declared, Germans have been hnuHug ammunition into 'I..... inputs In this region so as to foro the roles to transfer iroopa to ini region, aad so weaken their Russia.' front. RIBBON TEA. You'll be pleased with Blue Ribbon Tea the first tiitie-and every time you use it.- All live grocers sell it. May .21. Importan iwspapers in Eastern Canada arc ring cordial support to Ihe schemi. the Western Canada Ooloaizatior lo settle rapidly res ot vacant Isnds lying within 2i lies of existing railways in the threi airie' provinces. In a leading artlcli the Toronto Mail and Empire, I ys: "Tho curse of uuproducUvity lie avy over- llio richest sections clos the, railways. Wliat different ould lako placq in the transcoDtln ntal railway situation i( thoso acre ero occupied. Instead of losin oney month by month, branch line to paj-. Tratfic woul our over the. main lines. Much bus ess ho created for caster tanufacturers; food costs would be iwered and our exports expanded, tils clear away a bar- er.lo much denser settlement of tho ailwiy served areas of the west may egm one of tho biggest practical tie- elopnients ol- the decade." The Toronto Globo says: tlie first time seltbmpnt of a irge area of the northwest will be ndertaken by a group ot public- jirlled citizens who have-no flnan- lal Interest in land's to be selected. has happened too frequently in the ast that either lands or settlers plno d upon them were unsuitable, tlio no to tho other, anil the result was .reproachful feeling for the north- .'eat.- Suitable .settlers for suitable aiids will bo the aim of this associa- ion. It will set up organizations to aka care of settlers as soon as they Arrive, to give them such Information iiid assistance, as they require." The Rideau Co-operatlre Milling capitalized at with head trice at Smith's Falls, has been In- orpprated, i- ENDS NERVE TROUBLE I "T PRESUME I can -l add but littjt to many wdl-carnrf of praise for DrT MUei1 Preparai tipns. All 1 can say ii that thty have been household med- icines with us for years. Dr. Miles' Ner- vine completely reliev- ed me of NcrvousneM of moic than three jcarj' standing." Wst J. LpuqHRAS D5MILES' NERVINE T IKE the man who wrote the above, many people have found that Dr. Miles Nervine gives wonderful relief from troubles caused by irregularities of the nervous system. Dr. Miles Nervine is the result of exhaustive itudy pnd research by a specialist in diseases of the Nerves ,and Brain. Therefore, we have no hesitmicy in Epilepsy, Sleeplessness, Kervouaness, Neuralgia and other diseases caused by a deranged nervous system. Good druggists and dealera sell Dr. in large bottles. Prepared at the Laboratory o] tin Dr. Miles Medical Company TORONTO, CANADA Tha DrT Guarantee ft you think Dr. Nervine fo your me, buyeneboltlcfrom ]f you arc not ben- efited. return tSc entptrbollle ,rA he will return ymir mwiey. We do not sverantecthatft will cu This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnished Free. 826 SEVENTH 8T. 3. PHONE 1483 T. ROTHWELL WITt ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F, MILES) Fine Shoe Makers "and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, CETHBRIOQE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 D. Brunton E. J. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At 328 Thirteenth Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 W. PERKINS WITH HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOEMAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 ;