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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETRBRTDOE PAIL? >1EKMJ> 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 'AHACKS ON IRISH SOLDIERS KILL SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS LONDON, Nov. on police were reported last night from several points In Ireland. Following the burning'of the pol- ice barracks at" Ardmore. a tcry relief party motoring to Ard- more was ambushed by 120 civil- ians. One soldier was killed and two wounded. An officer and seven coldlers were disarmed and cap- tured. Another fight occurred between soldiers and civilians at Killen- aule, county Tlpperary. One civil- Ian was killed and several injured both sides. Aparty of police travelling by lorry from Carrkk-on-Shannon, to Athlone, was artibushed and one policeman killed and three others wounded. There were and searches for arms and documents In Dublin. Beginning at the Duke of Lelnster's residence, the build- Ings raided Included University College, whose president was tak- en from his residence by soldiers and compelled to give up the Keys of the college rooms. BISHOP O'LEARY IS ARCHBISHOP OF EDMONTON EDMONTON, vNov. Rev. Father Pilon, In charge of the Ed- monton Roman Catholic parish since the death of Archbishop Legal, has received cable notlfica- ton from His Holiness Pope Bene- dict at Rome, that Bishop O'Leary of Charlottelown has been named archbishop of Edmonton. The new archbishop wiil take up his duties In Edmonton Immediately Ihe of- ficial proclamation arrives by mail from Rome. Ballot Boxes Not Returned EDMONTON, Nor. 3 sir ballot hoies still listed the official count of .rotes on the importa- tion referendum In tha East Edmon- ton riding scheduled to take place to- day, has been postponed for a week. Accordiog to Returning Officer Frank Dray ton ballot boxes have not as yet from Fort Chipswan, Fort Smith.and 'Wa- INDIGESTION 'Pape's Diapepsin" at orice- fixes Your Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomach basca. .These, are all outlying dis- tricts in the northern part of Alberta and may take some time to arrive in the city. West Edmonton count also uncompleted. The o'fficial figures for Victoria con- Yes, no, There were 26 spoiled ballots. Belgian Premier ResipsOfike BRUSSELS, Nov. 'cabinet of Premier De Lacrois resigned today, ;JM. Decroix delivering the resignation to Kins Albert at 2 o'clock this niter- CHATTERER HAS A SHOCK By Thornton W. A Fiulden shock you'll often find Will unite uf set the calmest mind. the Red Squirrel. BISHOP FEARS GREAT t BLOODSHED IN IRELAND noon on tie king's return to Brussels alter his visit to Braill. King Albert, reached this city by airplane from Tours, Prance, at o'clock this afprnoon. Premier De Lacroix's retirement is understood to be doe to overwork and attacks upon hlni from all quarters because of his conciliatory policy. STRIKE IN BELGIUM BRUSSELS, Nor. threaten- ed strike of miners in the Charlerol coal fields became effective yesterday Ireland, Oct. (By Foley declared the oth- er day in Kildare and Lelghlin Catholic Cathedral that It, was not coal aelQS oecal-le cuecme .improbable that before long parts of afternoon. N0 disturbances havo been Ireland would be.plunged Intn'a seai of' slaughter unless in ol a moral mir- acle were performed. He could not see by, what .means the Irish people were to be preserved from the dread- ful evils which threatened them; the destruction of life and property on such a scale as would fall little short of that which befell Northern France at the -Bands of the Germans. Their duty as'Christians and Catholics'was clear, heX'Eaid. They must-have no band In act .or part in murders and they must not give the slightest en- couragejuent to them. Stomach 'acidity causes indiges- tion! .Food souring, gas, distress! Won- der what upset your stomach? -Well; don't bother! The moment- you-eat a tablet or two of Pape's Dia'pepsin nil the lumps of indigestion paiii, the sourness, heartburn ami belching ul gases, due to acidity, vanish- truly wonderful! Millions of people know he bothered.withir.iiIgcs- tibp, dyspepsia or a disordered stom- ach. A few tablets of Pane's Diapep- Bin-neutralije acidity nnd give'relie! at Trailing! Buy a boi of Pape's Diapepsiu now! Don't '.stay 'Try to regulate jour stomach so you can-eat favorite foods without..causing., .The is so little. The benclits so great. J Quick relief from I RHEUMATIC I pain BAUME DENGUE has imaKditta effect BEWtRE OF SUUmUTBl I Imi'tnums Kitu MONTREAL V nti lor Jolts Jtei "When Chatterer-the'Red Squirrel discovered the stranger under the hickory tree horegarded as his very own he received one ol the greatest shocks of his whole life. Ves sir, ho did. At first he had seen only a big bushy tail ana ho had at once thought it belonged to his cousin, Happy Jack the Gray Squirrel. Just as ho. had opened Ms mouth to fay something- hateful the-owner of tbat tail had coma- Into "full view, Md it wasn't Happy Jack at all, but a stranger. itself was a shock to Chat- terer, but a greater was the dis- owsry' that the slranser wore a red oat. Chatterer couldn't bellevo his yes. He couldn't, for a fact. It was uch a shock that he lost his voice, t least, that is the way it seemed. Chatterer blinked and blinked, but 11 the blinking in the world couldn't ake the coat anythins but red. For le most part it was a rusty red. much kc Chatterer's coat, but had ome brown and 'gray in it. Then the tranger turned so that Chatterer ould see his waistcoat. Chatterer's wn waistcoat is white, but the strang- r's was'reddish. But it was not 2lone that red coat REV. T. T. SHIELDS Toronto Baptist clergyman, who has declined an invitation to testif} before the Committee of One Hun dred on Irish aims, in the Unitei States. In declining the invitation Jir. Shields'told the association somt home.trutlis.regarding their interfcr ence In Britlsir.affairs. STEAM PIPE BURST TEN OF CREW KILLED NEW YORK, Nov. The acci- dent' In the engine room of the French line steamer France, which resulted In the death of 10 of her crew shortly after tKe sel left. Havre on October 26 was the bursting cf an eight-Inch high pressure' steam pipe, officers of the ship, said The vessel. turned back and land. cd the dead, and Injured at Cher- bourg. As a means of identification, foot- prints ol babies are being taken In a York hospital. Cuticura Talcum Always Healthful pZEMA Toa oof Ing .w li e u you br. Cfcaie'j Oint- ment for 104, BJtlu Jrrita- Uons. It relieves aod iratu- ally tbft 6Jtln. Pwripte boi Dr. Olaiuieat free U you jueottoa paper and wnd 2e. stamp for oocu box: all or MMO Limited. Toiuuta _ _. Growing Old Together THIS aged couple, mellowed by time and the experiences of life, are Hap- pily growing old together. They are happy because they are Uealtby.' Life is still full of interest to them, and they, are wide awake to new ideas. These are the Itind of old people that everybody likes, For, in spite of the years, they are cheerful and optimistic. It is only natural that the blood should get thin and vitality wane as age advances, but there are ways of keeping tip tha quality of the blood and maintaining health and vigor. Very many men and women have found in Dr. Chase's Nerve Food exactly what they need to restore energy and strength and keep them healthy and happy. Ai an example Mr. Stephen J. North Tryon, writes: "At sevcnty- Ore yean) of age my licart save out and became very Irregular and weak In action and would palpitate. My nerves also weak, and I could do nothing but Ho In bed In a languishing condition, los- Inr strength and weight. In that con- dition I began veins Dr. Chssc's Nerve Food, and ain cured.' ILid I not obtained ,tbls treatment t would now he In tho b6x with roof'over ray hose. At .1 havs, an tnerfry which means go, arid I am this letter so that old'people like mj'aslf hjiy prolong.' their health and strength by rains' thia There can be no doubt that this treat- ment contained exactly what was required to build up'Mr. Leard's system. We are constantly receiving so many letters of this.Wnd that we can, with the greatest confidence, recommend people of advanced years to put Dr. Chase's Nerve Food on trial, as a means of restoring and maintaining health and vigor. Here is another interesting letter. This time from a lady: Mrs. Joseph Lalondc, Hydro Glen, Ont., writes: "I have to thank you very much for what your medfclnes have done for me, ejjpeolally the Nerve food and Kid- ney-Liver Pills. I was to run down anil f. nervous last summer that I Tvas In bed most of tho .time, Jo do any work. 1 have ftiao been troubled with my kid- ncyn for over twenty years, and tried every doctor I knew of without any per- manent results, bat I say that Dr. Nerve Food and Kldncy-Llvcr Pills hrive me feel quite different. Since taking this combined treatment I have been ahlo to do my housework, nntl although I am now 76 years old, I feel bolter than I have for years." know Mrs. Joseph and believe her statement regarding Dr. Chase's medicines to ba P. Flanncry, I'orHmaster.) -1 Dr. .Chase's Nerve Food, SO cents a box, 6 for all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates Co., Ltd., Toronto, Only the genuine bears the portrait and signature of A. W. Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book author, on every box. For once In His life Chatterer didn't know what to do. been his own size he would have wasted no time in letting him know that those nuts belonged to him. course, they di'dn't belong to him, b be considered that Had the stranger even been of Happy Of >lit _, aiitiugci. ail LUU aiiu UL iiuuur hat gave Chatterer a snock. The thcre would hav8 been no heal- f the stranger was almost as much, on ,he t c[ he f a shock. He was nigger than Happy wouM haTfi Etarted a qmrre{ at once ack'the'Gray Snutrrel, and you L jjut ,he sjze of strallger ca.Jsed lappy Jack is much bisger than Ural-1 to tnat I6rguc erer. was so that-ot ,.JB; had no desiro rlls, Chatterer felt very small iwleed ,nto trouble, and this Etrangci feeling. Somehow eqilal-to Inakiug he couldn't get over the j lroub'Io.-and plcntj. of it. his eyes were playing him tricks. To iiid another member of h with a red coat was bail em Chatterer has always taken pride in the color bJt to find him aiscf the mgge'sTmember of the family was worse. To add to" Chatterer's dismay the stranger seemed to be making himself f I Chatterer, who is apt to ludgo f by .himself, suspected that om 10US. ?5 ing such a red coat must others one .wear have TKatWhiff of Fragrance which never Ms in its cheerful invitation to breakfast, comes mere frequently, more it's SEAL BRAND COFFEE that is used The famous Seal Brand flavour and delicacy are sealed right into the !n J3, t Kevcf e Gofer-Psiftalf mxlf" ttt'ij-w liow w Ccffw. CHASE MONTREAL fragrance is Nuxated hah Physician Explains Says Public Ought to Know What They Are Taking Practical Advice on What to Do to Build Up Your Strength, Power and Endur- The fact Hinl.Nniatnl Iron is today bclr.ff taken It myiclf with eiwjleot. mod by over four million people oimtrnllr anil are thouandj of aclicate, jii-rroui. ruiwiovra) Uml to man jr jduiiclniis are prescribing it and br nMnl pxW lie m thevcoalrl liave'redoeed the cost to kst ari IN ENGLAND NOW LONTMN, Oct. Canadian elusive halfpenny is still a matter of much concern to travel- lers, booking clerk'sT'and" conductors of omuibusci: and tramcars and the necessity for Ute introduction'of a nickel three-halfpenny coin is still exercising the public-mind. Although the inconvenience tliat'wns felt earl- ier in tlie some extent been diminished, owing, no dcubt, to the more rajiii) distribution of the half- penny, difficulties still fremtenlly arise! In most coyr.lrics rFGrlc! e per nickel is used for small currency. Pure nickel was first employed by the government in 1881, and before the war it had been adopted by various other countries, including Austria- lungary. Denmark, Franco, Germany, taly. Montpnegro. Mexico, Turkey and Siain. U'hou war broke out then were neariv pure nickel coins in and they proved cf great value to the Central Jowers in (he maniifactu'ro of muni .ions, llieir supply from'Canada be ng cut off. Nickel has several ad ranlages. It has a bright Rml pleasing ippearsnce; and as it' Is subject to magnetic attractions counterfeit coins ?an be detected. Moreover t resists abrasion, n spiirce.of consid crable loss to the stafcj-in' the caso'ot other mc-ials: p.nd It 'ra- Eiatant tn oriidnlion. It takes the im- press of the die with 'n distinctness .inapproachable by any' other metal less costly tlian silver. I British Columbia Wet Vote Was To _ Encouvage Emigration Sir H.irnaril, former Clovprnor of llritinJi Tiolumbla, whs in Montreal said Dial UJB recent plobis cite on tlie liquor question itonli! be A Ellninlu3 to hctior class omlf'ralfon tinea blood asalart of Gets Ac- quainted." L became flrm'v cnrrrinced of-m reraa felueasa tonic andbloodhuilder, lhavi and you don't have to go out- side of Canada to do it BR1TIS.H COLUMBIA is the centre of a' district which for-cprnfort, health and recreation compares favorably -with any Win- ter resort on Conti- nent. J" Ymi and your 'family have worked hard you've earned a vacation. Take it out In solid comfort In pleasant recre- the temperature is mild ami no .extreme 'cold-'no ener- vating just that exhilarating touch that- outdoor life enjoy- A' Pleasant Vacation At Reasonable Expense Your dollar -is. worth 100 ''cents your railway fare is minimum there's no head am'plo accom'rnotlallons 100 hotels .with 6.. suites In rooming1 or apartment'' a Freo Service Bitreau tO'-look after your coin- fort. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER which .in >eauly f shooting, etc.; etc'. Sent free bf'ch'aroe on rcquest'to VANCOUVER PUBLICITY BUREAU, J. R. Dayison, Mgr. '330 Seymayr St., Vancouverr B.C. (Maintained for tho convenience of On request, we will send, (ree of charge, slieot music of "Here's How, Vancou- and ilanco (sells for COc at Vancouver music- fbrkj j ;