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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920 ..THE UAll-TC JllillALJJ PAGE THIRTEEN Saloonkeeper She', by Killer- Pake Whiskey Mixed 'Up In Delil n'lescd guinnau and labor slugger re- cently .acquitted of the charge of mur- was bQiiiht Twliiy IK couiieclion with "what -the1 police -termed' ona-. ol re- keeper; a South Side saloon as ho was waiting with .'Ills -lawyer to discuss" James p'Brieu, another saloonkeeper, tlie arrcet of the two men who. are alleged to have- victim- ited them of thou.sjaiid.3 of through sales 'of -colored -water reprtf tented ES whiskey.- As Jleckas was about tq leave the saloon, a man, .ldenlified''as 'Geary, entered, and walking up to Reckas, though the body. DIES ,-iilny Marshal commander of the Austfiftf on the Italian front Jronl'lalgrufilSlo until October, 191S, is hfscldeath being caused by a stroke ofj apoplexy. Fie was one o: tire enemy, generals, whose extradition on. charges of violation of tlio laws of war was'ilemandcd hy tho allies-las .February. DUTCH WIZARDRY PRODUCES ITALIAN DEPUTIES NOT CONVICTED OF TREASON JIOMK, May persons ac- cujod with former Deputy Fillppo C'a- vullinie o( communicating "tntelli- geuct' to (ho enemy" durbjg the war. hare acquitted bare. This cise has boen 'going on for tho las! (dree years and at tiioe.s seemed to have a elose connection with prosecutions ot Polo Pashh and Joseph Calllaux in Fraucev four former deputies were among those placed on, trial. It was fouuil the proof of guilt offered by the government was not fuflicient lo jus- tify conviction. i FRANCE PUTS EMBARGO ON MINERAL EXPORT PAIiiS. .May 28.-Biporfation ot mineral oils and derivatives Is. forijid- (ten in ;i government order made pah- lie here today. J. K. Matheson was appointed sports supervisor for the" city of KJmouton, and will have charge or tho allotment Of grounds for the numerous cluba in arranging for matches and practice.' FRENCH COMMODITY PRICES ON OEQLINF ____, PARIS. May is felt, In commercial markets throughout because ot a 0 rapid decline In prices of stable commodittes. In the last 30 days cotton has declined 244 francs per 50 kilograms in the Havre market, while coffee has fallen 76 and .wool 35 points In the same time. v f. 'Y- r the tulip fields at Hillegon, Holland, will give some idea or how much we owe to tho wizardry of the Dutch tor our spring blooms. LEE.MAGEE ASKS SPECIFIC CHARGES CINCINNATI, O., May Lee Magce, Cincinnati ball yesterday filed' In'rthe district coW -a, motion l-for an order of, coiirt. requiring the Chicago National League club. defendant In. his suit for alleged to.be due for alleged breach of contract, to make its allegations relative to "dislion- est 'ball- playing" -pa his part' definite and certain. HOW TO GROW LEAN; CHICAGO WOMEN TRY TO GET RID OF WEIGHT The Sah That CHICAGO. May persons all the United States' are watching with great fnlere'sl tbb sixty-day ex- periment In reducing weight which Is toeing conducted- hero under the sup- ervision of Dr. John Hill Robertson, City Health Commissioner, Tnnuiriea already received liere suggest probability that it the Chit-ago experi- ment is successtul it 'may be tried In other communities. iii the first :wceV when the .average -weight of the; ivorneu Composing the first class was reduced pounds hnk: the Wga'nifcaliph of other classes in this. city and more than 200 person s'ncrp nrc tfj-ing to see bow raiil'dly ;tbey'jcari regain their youthful figures. '.'THQUeadeirs ._of -tiie4 fat'elunlnaUgn co'ntest here aver that the experiment, by anyone siift'e ring from indser Table CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED Miss Wilbar for.one day: medium apple-, one one toast, one cup of coffee with one and a half tablespoons of skimmed milk instead of cream. cup of bouillon with one cracker. serving of lean cold roast beat; two thin slices of rye bread; lettuce and salad; two and one-hklf tablespoons- fiit of French with lem- sci-vlng of boiled cod Ifmrin: .large serving of plain scant teaspoon of but- ter; :lethice salad or celery; one-half [an. orange; black 10.30 p. hot skim milk. r Each of the .women Is expected to ah a (jay in-her to tafce control "the chief featdres of the Chicago experiment. "nhe "dally- fcducjng clnsa are1 prcpargdMiy ha'r, tniirif sehcf al r i to r jm rse's, v.1 s ujii bf; i diel to be sa. T ambition tc beep. re -permitted to bare lean me'atibljt-pnce and potatoes are forbidden. H one is hungry be- tween meals T-Iiss WHhar suggests that H glass of water will satisfy that IJere is a typical njeuu prepared by 0 Luxury Tax on o f o u r Watches Over stocked lines retailing at factory prices' By buying now you can save from and receive a diet for the following Thurs- day of each week they report at the city hall and aro weighed, and the week's on their charts. The 24 women In the first class i averaged in weighi-at.tlie start of. the r experiment, 20I.CO'lbs., Gs.SSlpounds more than their average arid Dr. Robertson says he expects to j lake approximately 40 of those pounds from woman.., i Tho leader of the is Mrs. Mel- lie Leonard, age 32, k typist, who tip- ped the scales at 323 pounds but lost eight pounds In the first seven days. Dr. Robertson figured.; her 'normal Svfilght nt Impounds: Miss Catherine Scott, age ?S, also a typist, is the "baby'of .the she weighed In at 166 1-2 a'lid her mal, weight was calculated "at 121. Miss Scott stands just a half inch above- live feet. Tho anti-fat crusade is a serious ven- ture, Dr. Robertson says, aimed to point- the clangers and discomforts of excess weight and show the ease with which it can be eliminated. Ham and Bacon Subject to Tax Bui Bread Is Exempt often have yoa cnt or burned yourself, and be- cause of the pain and smart- ing have been almost unable to continue yuur household duties Arc you mvare that if you would appl3T Zam-Ruk Immediately after such an accident' H prevent all that "pala: and ycnlcnce? r> Zam-Duk quickly; takes the fiery pain a burn, or scald, Ih'c a cut or scratch, ncss anUjendcrnesijoiitpf a an healer vents etc; Biik the next with an accident its merits for yourstlfsi Get a box; to-day and 'h'ivc It ready for the moment you priced it. Zam-Buk is equally good for all 'eczema, salt blQDrf- pbisoning and -pileff.; All dealers 50c. V at otir oat this adverliietncnt and send it wllh name of pittr and Ic, atiaip (for return lo Ktm-BUk -Toronto, and free te you.' OTTAWA, 'depart- ment of.Inland revenue lias given the following rules in tegard to the ex fresh'only; injlfc, con denned and evaporated, exempt; intlk powdered, It made'from whole mtlh exempt; ham and bacon, subject to tax; glucosrvexempt; bfend, ex peas and split vcge tables. cxe_nipt If In natural state; frills, exempt'In natural subject to sales fax. .Manufacturers receiving raw mater- ial for further process of manufacture aro required to charge sales tax for the amount of theii uC-j'junf. on return- ing tho goods. Premiums given In exchange for coupons nre considered as sales and luxury tnx must he paid whero ar- ItclcK are taxable. Scapular nicdalc, crucifixes and prayer beads aro ex- empt. Oao per cent, snlea tax applies ou gooilp, fiven though cold lo federal or provincial governments. The tax nn fans not refer to electric A manufacturing firm making goods subject to luxury lax and hav- ing several rclail stores, collects lux- ury tax only. Heavy Iron bars have lieen placed over the windows of President Wit- I son's bedroom in tho House. N'o explanation Is elvsli, Yon con generally tell when the heart is affected by (ho faint and rflzzy spells, the sliorlncss of breath, palpi- tation, throbbing. Irregular beating, smothering sensations, weak, sinking, all-gone feellne, choking sensation, etc. Many num and women becomes run- doivn and worn out when otherwise tliey could he. -strong and healthy If Ihcy would only pay some attention lo Hie first sign ot heart weakness. No remedy will do so much to make tho heart regain 'strength and vigor, regulate its beat and restore It to a healthy and normal condition ac Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills, i Mrs. 0. A. S. Drake, Paris, Out., have used on towards tho second of Mllbiirn's Heart and Xerrc Pills and find they have done moigond. I had (hose fainting, diziy spells In a while, and weak- ness and shorfness of breath, and would become so choked up at times I could hardly sleep without silting up In bed. Wliai wtdkine too rasi I would have to stop nnd try lo catch rny breath. I feel a lot heeler since t have nsnl your pills and know that they have heliiud nif wonderfully as I have improved vsry iv.uell." Price a box nt ftl] dealers or I mailed direct on receipt of. price by I The T. Milbura Co., Ktrniicri, i A Coat of Paint Will ''Brighten Your Hotnie How much finer, prosperous and conse- quential your, home will look with a new Spring coat of paint inside and outside. You'll appreciate hosv seedy it really looks now with its present veneer of soft coal soot and the traces of writer's thaw. IT LOOKS WELL AND PAYS WELL TO PAINT UP And if your neighbor "paints your house will suffer by the contrast. Then, too, there is an econoiny consideration as well as one of pride. Your hbuse will deteriorate less in appearance, ill wear; and m.value if you keep it in good condition from decline by our rain-resisting, sun-fast C.P. Paint, the very best for inside or out- side use. G. Olander GENERAL PAINTS. LINOLEUMS 524 Thirteenth Street North Childfwi Its true children are fond of sweets, candy, jams and pastries j' But e you ever noticed how the hungry Loy or girl a slice of good bread and bultcr? At meal- time, after school, most any lime inUcl the grow- ccn for this substantial, filling, appetite-satisfying food.] Feed your children less meat and more bread with milk and ftuit and yon give them a balanced laiion v.hich will help their little bodies grow, develop muscle, bone and tissue, and make them r healthier and happier. Make your daily choice of ibis great ICKX) stap! cur bread. There is no better bread made, and po food at such small cost nourishes to much Eat Quaker'Bread John Giimore Bakers Phone 378 ;