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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta lAGE TEN THE LETyBRIDGE .pAILY,^|iEPA;J) I:- a we BIG Mi! n ' n tbe matter of. the internal ele-, lor proposed to be built here by the . Ison MUling Co., contingent on the V^medt liaylng the 911,000 aanutU MB, iecordihc to > the letter jrecelv-, ~ i%r Mr. iBnchsnnii from Sir Georfe �ter, the minister .w|is arerse to the: mldy proposal.on the ground that mid the goVemment agree to the. ac'it would dlMsriminate MKlnst the �fttructors'of eterators from their ft c^Ual and wonld call for eqnal itment by otbera.  lubjoined la Mr. BocAisnan'B letter Uayor Kardla placing the situation,' "ti a copy of that of Sir George Iter: . , OtUwa, May �, IMO. B. L. Hardl% E1k.> ror,  ' bbrldge, t&Jbwte. ir Mr. Hardte.- U 1 wired yon yeaterdagr, the wof^  ment hM gtYea ft deetalon ok the V'osed ntMrtdy tor a storag* ei�-or �t liethbridfl*. ly ftnt letter to 70U ooUined the rse I had tdHowvd, after the n-t of yonr eommunicdtion aiboat' : matter. As I told yon then ' :ed with some o� the Western MIS' rs and then oav tbe Acting PHme '.later. Sir Oaosc* XVwter, asd get: 1 to consent to diaonis the noal* - .with the WeatWB Mtehrtm. ".At . 'requeet I sttbmitted a Toltrm*. grd In grain production orer a per-tof ydeclar^'tIiat*lDy award not including a ndnlmum wago of|2,e00 a year.;tor conHnon: labor, in tlie railroad crafts and not establishing differentials, taking Into oonsldiEV-ation tlw tiaiard, .ezperlwice-and; re* sponsibUlty, 1, .1920 CATON'A PRESENTiMBDALS - /TO -THBIR HETURNCOr- MEN .WINNIPEG, May 39.-lAt a banquet, presided over bir-^lr John 0. Baton, last night more than 500 special waq medals were .awarded by the T. Baton Company to eAiploycJes of the Arm who had served overseas and hati i-etum-! ed to the Winnipeg store, Mdr^ than: 1,500 returned soldier employees of: the company were in attendance, and; addreiises were delivered by Sir James Atkens, lleutenant-goVernor ot :Mani-toba; Premier T. C. Norrls, Brig.^Jen. H. D. B, Ketchen and many oUicrs prblMinent in the social and busincso life of the city. Or4C BIG UNION TO OET THEIR DEMAND WINNIPEG, May 29.-The Pair Wage board award of 87% cents ,an hour for pahiters.was upheld bt the Manitoba joint coniicil of Industry, ty a decision handed: do\t'n last night The decision was given upon the application of the painters' union of the One Big Union, who complained that the rate was not sufficiently high, and asked for &5 ceints an hour. (Ooutinuea if^om Front Page,.>. ' No eamnffiage. DEATHS IN LONDON JX)NUON, May 2.O.-(By Canadian Associated Prea.s.)--The following deaths have occurred this week-end: �Dr. Jaiines Bobert'son, a noted min-iator of the Church of Scotland; Canon liawnsley, a Tyakeland authoritj-; Dr. Doncaster, of Jviverpool University, and Lord Walscourt, an. ii-ish peer. Was Often in Bed From Stomach Trouble-Tanlac Put'Him Back On Job. "Tanlac has fixed me up in such fine shape that 1 jus't can't find words to express the gratitude I feel," declared Herbert Bro.wn, 689 Toronto street, Winnipeg, Man., recently. Mr. Browii is a coach painter and has lived lit Winnipeg for many years. "Five years ago my appetite went back on me," said Mr. Brown, "and since that time I have suffered terribly with indigestion. 1 got in such bad shape I hardly wanted to look at anything to eat and everything tasted just alike to me. What little I did eat soured and I would almost eraothcr from the gas that pressed up around my heart, and I often had palpitation so bad, it seemed my heart would jump out of my body. Finally my stomach got in such a bad fix I had to live practically on milk. I had awful backaches, couldn't stoop over and straighten uii without suffering agonies; Often 1 had to lay off from work and at times got right.down in bed hardly able to move for the pain In my back. 1 was so restless and nervous I couldn't get a good night's sound' sleep and got up in the morning's feeling a.s bad aa when I went to bed. I took different medicines trj'ing to get relief but kept getting worse. "At last I decided to get me a bottle of Tanlac as I had read and heard, so much about it and it's a fact, this medicine put mo right on my. feet 1 have a big appetite and my stomach is in such fine condition, I eat just anything I want and it agrees with mo perfectly for no more gas fofma on my stomach and I do not hava even a touch of Indigestion any more. My back gives me no moi* trouble and I have gained in weight, too, and feel stronger and bettor than I have in years. 1 am glad to have my statement published for I think Taulao is the best medicine in the world and 1 recom.mend it every chance 1 get." r Tanlac is sold iu Lethbridge by John D. Higinbotliam & Co.; in, Coal-hurst .by. Diamond ^.rug & Stationei-y Store, and iu Warner by Mrs. Der- i rick.-Advertisement, aTEAMiER ASHORE LONDON, May? 2S.--AcoordinB to a wirelesB meBBaige received here today, the Britleb steamer Gradana Is ashore at Camstaj^e, Kame, Island, and ii making water In number one and two holds. Fttteen members of tbe crew are still alioard. eoWA"rei^m''roT�firH�' VI^>^QA|}Q!�HI�. IN rlRkVAND ':. DlpfiMN, May-Sil.-rrThe YOTatnment stea^ner "ilrhldlifeB-torday after convaleBcent.; soldiers ANINUN210 ^lOVANCES PARIS, Miay 19.-The troops of Gab-rtele d.'Aimunzio, niilch were reported yesterday to have occupied the Tillage of Cavalaja and 'threatening to aelae Sussak, in the Pinme region, ire continuing,to advance from Flume, according to "information received by the foreign, office'from Belgrade this morning. Thia dispatch says the Jugo-Slavs "are preparing military measures to resist d'Aniiuiizlo. ,tKe^4:hftd rihloaded �i�riif of hercarfp, '4r^d h^rp, todw, .,,jIlt!jtoUiv�|oMJ�i'�, removel from tb^ ymmI #om9 ,suna and e quantity.: ot ftinJnnnltlpn� iiaea^ srenadei and barhed -vin: . ^ Even, the ;Utle ^'in taffeta, foulard and duchess satin. The highest quality and at a price that makes buying a silk dress or skirt length easy. Regular values up to $4.00 yard ^ 1 ^7 ^Z. in the regular way for this week's selling only KJJL^w %3 CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ?6775222 ;