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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN IfER.ALD TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1913 In romtKiliius tJiX .-'TIE" ot in lliird befiuse between Ue 1st and Jnil of trench ivar.'ira I ranches thrrc is a stretch o! devasi- poison "Uctics aro betes success-led norm nrecifl territory known as fully employed at the flroTinciil Agrlc- j "No-Planl'i Ijnl" any worms sur- GIVAHFINE uliura'i School 7arm ai Clareilolm mounting the- flrsl ireuch and reach- and with outlay o[ f.vo hours wort; inj The sfi-onil vvill tie so tired and (or two men Wa 50 1M. ol hungry thai ihoy vvill oiserly devour ihorls L Ib of I'aris 4 Ibs. ot the Pirii Green and stiffen rigidly w crown Sugar and i palls ol water it llie diu-a or crawl inti) their silt due has beta possible lo five a fine field 1 grave. ol oats eniccled to yield 55090 net] itt places a tumbied furrow crest liko Talk of Extending Area of Army of To Keep Calm COlll.KXZ. May auj scares of pros. On YU'loriu President Neatly, of C. It. Mel Town's Businessmen iKmu liur Ovv MACLEOD, May Many of and shrubs ihn were looked upon as bavins bad the blos- soms killed by the. late frost, and j storm are now coining out In bloom looking none ihe worst1 for their cool itorLh of seed grain. 'enabled a Tew worms to pass Uko TV ihe -lilies lias nijne lhe worso r with Primal Hanks over ihe top and eimilmie their "recently In weal-' for J the Herald's iravellins com-Fpoudeni I advance beyoud ilw trtncb, j pru Tlu, la cf (ruiL ls ver? good- vlsited the teid and inspr'fied ibe j cuuinc down ihe growins tD OniiobriK-k n'liu Muruster have pub- VneslJeni Benny, of the C.l'.K., vis- bare scarred a I'd even field iheir army endeavoring urplug the people ol UeJ Macltod durlnc ibe past womeu it el eg ales attended, and tLey I proved themselves capable ol hanij-j Hag church affairs. Uoleli hi Mucleod Live ull (heir rooms engaged for HID ccuilug couveu- lion, tho farmers Hud N.l'.L. who will arrive Monday and Monday ulfhl. Tho couvenllou proper wilt open Tues- day morning, though officials will meat M on Jay afternoon anJ evening; and amuge Ihe (or lha followInE days. Kvery houfclioldtr has to report to ibc coun- cil rooms lhal are available. The warm days of lUsl week bus had the cttecl on ilu three reel apart. ofj Across "No Plant's Land" an my black circles pale eiploring aviator drc lure, have been under consideration for weeks by Director-Gene ml Hines. bombs. Machinery for ol the by Ihc Vavoritc Prescription o[ Dr. was'observed a moth of the kind which i system- now is being worked ouL at lays the egps that batch ihc cut- ithc railroad admini El ration. -jvoTm. II had come froi its home in I Grain control commissions will DC _ ___ ancestors had'constituted in each market-and per- e eges which derel-lhaps shipping zones established il MCLEAN HEIR KILLED oped into the army of invaders. But its egga laid this year would not'hurt this vear's crop. So Changed too ia looks, for after talc- ing Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- tion the eyes .plump. "i Drusgi5t3 J sell itMn; I_______ (Frern Oar jpcrancc tonic, roofs. slay V TT n w ihe 20th, a lire'meeU JSTAIUO. Plffces.. newiy.formed board of'trade rTaV lield in Campbells hall., yilfil importance jo .'the '.community were discussed.'- rMr." "Janies" NauBWon, the MPJt'jfor.-thel'.local conElituency was presenl and address-. ed tbe meeting. There was a. Pareui-Teacher -Association Thursday when the roaiter ol "hot was discussed. ftt is found iletl MaoK'od during the and met iho council mid boarO trade. Business matters were discue- aeti In a. general He did not ?ay wht-n (be. divisional point would be uioved from to Macleod. Tiie (heir first picnic and sporls May 24th, oa the gruunds just corih of the river. A'large crowd intended duritig the afternoon and spent a pleasant tfme. In ihc fowii. hull nt nlpbc everybody and spent the evening dancing until p.m. The day was a success-; ful UQC fur the hoys1. Aua fArm'ft few miles east of -Mac- leod on Saturday uiorn'-iip. May LMth, R, H. Sandersou was found in'a grac- ary, lying' pn his fact, and'on exam- ination" a wound found in his left breasL near his body a double barrelled shot gun, with one empiy, and attached to the-trlg- ger was a roye, which was tied in a large flnu.hoofc in the wall. Investiga- tion showed lhai he had placed ihe gun to his breast, held it by both hands, and throwing his body back discharged the gun, the charge going through .the heart.. found the body was vmrrn. and the result of tha held by Coroner Gradv, was as given above. A. Branch was among (he bovj re- turning home lasl week. Before enlist- ing he was employed by the town waterworks. The day following bis arrival be appeared before onc ol the popular and was mar- ried and Etarlt-d one on his life trip, after the war. The dlslrnt meeting of the Metho- dist Church for the .Macleod djairlct was heid in .Macteod, and Thursday, May :Mst and 22nd, The RUendance was good, all the bus- iness was transacted in a way that gave the visilors'lhe impression thai everything was up to date, aud a suc- cessful year from all parls was re- ported. -This is the first year that Nlne-Year-Old Who Would Hundred Millions. Welsh Me- (ari, ihe nine year old son ot .Mr. and Mrs. Edvrurd U. was slruck hy an auiomobllc on the highway in front nf his father's t'ounlry estate, lu tho northwestern su- burbs of Washington, und dlej from cerebral hemorrhagf. The tragedy, which caused general iorrow ibroughout oc- curred while the boy's vena out ot thc'ctty, aud snapped out the ilfe of, the hoy, who became known when as infant, as baby." because be -was then the pole heir of the YYiilsh 'end McLean for- tuues, -nhkli we're united when Ed- ward Dealc- uow owner of iho Washington. and the Cin- cinnati Enquirer, married Miss Evelyn only daughter of the Uto Thomas R Walsh, the Colorado mining millionaire, who lived the latter pare of b's life in Washington. Tho hoy was playing on the road, according to police reports, irhcn a car, driven rapidly hy a woman, and afll l tO I CT72jm? and and nerrofif anl rnn-dntrn. Thee conditions very left ra1" corameRcH efiifi the Fivoriia PrPrcnplfon.' I took KCTtral Icul-s ot ll and truly beHtTO ttiai T aiy pood health ol to-day' to i TIC r'.eriicir.o I PTW- tL-r-4 a; MRJ- Rostxr Hv S. Clear the Skin beautiful complexion outward mirk of good blood and 3. heilthy body. Whtn the stomach, liver and blood ire in goo4 order, the skin h clear and lovely. Unsightly blotches.'_ pimples, eruptions and sillownesi show the need of Beexrum's Pills to stimulate and regulate ihd.improve the circuit- tion. Gocdhealthandbetterloolusoonfollawtheuteof BEECHAM'S NILS arc'worft a gntoea a box Not A min the pet fee t I jppfirtnre of htrcom- J pluion- Prrminrnt .nd sk-n ATC cf f4cavrly conceajrd. Reduces un- niiutil jnd tO'skint HishlyaniuepIJf, d bencfirUI rcsulti u t curative afitnt for 70 Oriental Cream Our Own PRANK, May Frank base- ball boys Blairmore a trimming on' the 24th. Score S3 to I'l. Some Cowley Senior ball team received-a drubbing from Blairmore team on the. 24th. Oping to the strike, Lhe two rfiDt work trains wtre pulled, oil ou Eaturrlay. Joe Sterba was arrested arid con- Ticl'eJ of "the theft of some lumber frora-C. P. R. yards wecfe, b'ariiig to-pay a-fine of Jil.65- x Mr. Fitzsimmons. yard master bere, was on tltD sick list tbo first ol the b-t ic.c.i its job again. Mr. fireman, is up again afler.a brief illness. .Mr. 'joha Brown, Str. Xaylor and Mr. Rice, motored to Macleod on busi- ness on -Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.1 Jfurray spenl HunJay (he gucals. of Jlr. and TompkinE. Mr. Joe Mackelhaga en'.erLiJned 2. few.friends Friday.Dighi. Whist was lhe amusement. -Miss Stokes from tbe Sanatorium is spending the week-end in Calgary. Postmaster Willaon is spending the Keek fcniiiin Calgary. Kerr, officer commanding (be Frank Sanitorium, motored to Fercic Friday. Mr. Murray, C, I'. 11. a'geiil, having to walk home Saturday night, ;ulvi5ti all who motor lo sec they have plenty ul gas before leaving home. Indulge your fancy when you choose Penmans. If style, fabric and shade please you the name Pcnmaris is your certain assurance of vaJue, wearing slupliness. I 'uscar uampbcii, lo j'earj old, wai sent to the' reformatory Tor robbinf tbe Owen Eound Creamery Co. HOSIERY ALSO UNDERWEAR AUD SWEATER COATS 171 T H M STANDARD O .U X C E L I. E N C D BLUE RIBBON TBV Rich! Strong! Delicious i It stimulates a man for his work in the morning and helps him to forget his troub- les at night. Ask for it. containing ihret other women, stvuck him and knocked him doTin, the car passing over his body. The women picked him up :idd took -him lo his home, then slipped mvay without leav- ing iheir Their car, iho po- lice believe, bore a Virginia 11- Public works department in Midland receive JO cents on Her. C. X. Dewty has reilgiieil iron tho DiianvIHe Daplist i-buvcii. A committee of Oakvillc -vai lo choose :i scliooJ ;i a. AT THE LISTEN TO THE TONE OF THE KNABE GRAND PIANO AND YOU'LL ADMIT ITS CLAIM, THE WORLD'S BEST THE WORLD'S HIGHEST GRADE PIANOS. Uied by the World's Greatest Artists Their Tone Quality and Safeguard your' family's 'by buying one of sC world r'enowiied pianos. and finish lo Player-Pianos, Grands take your old piano or-organ as part payment oil airy ol Inslruments. SOLD ON THE ONE PRICE BASIS. CASH OR We extend to you an invita- tion to Our Store. Limited 6lh STREET SOUTH PHONE 1615 ALBERTA MUSICAL FES 12th Annual Competition 27th, 28th, 29th May, in Wesley Church, Three Sessions Daily, 9 to 12, 2 to 5, 7 to IO ADMISSION: Season Tickets -Morning Afternoon Sessions, Evening Concerts and Competitions .25 ,i.5o INFORMATION: Miss M. Moore Phone 1929 Box Office ;