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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWLVE TllK 1WHALU. 11. 1918 Inquest Into Death of Hector Goudray, Helurned Soldier, Shows Cause At the inquest oa Saturday i-vei held over Iho remains of the late Hec- tor Gourdar, -who dieO ia the Gall Hospital on the uigbt ol October the jury returced the yerdicl thafthe deceased came by his death from toholic poisoning. To the verJict it added that tbera was no evidence 10 show that the aJcohol had been oth tallied in the Deceased, whose people live al St. Auue. Manitoba, arrived in city pti the early morning train from Fer- U iraaspirvd, aceoniitis lo the nyidcnce, that hft was bound ior Oko toXs, but being asicep at the time, passed through Macleod without changing trains as he should hare done. Arriving in the ciry, he went dottn to Ihe Arlington Hotel and IJiere later ui ihe Cell ort a chair in the pool room in an unconscious condition. He was removed to the hospital and roceivcil attention from Dr. Layering who prescribed a (ablcspwnful oT irliiskey to be taken every hour. On tho 3rd ol Ocloter be succumbed to Svbat was said he an ejiilepiic al coholrc fit. It was stated in the cvid-' encc that Ifae deceased had said that IIP bad giren way- to a round of drinfc- ing from Ihe lime he was discharged. plane, as arc tho members" of the bold- er sex. FINE WHEAT CALGARY. Oct. Ironi iiear Calgary examined by Grain Jn- rtor Hill this morning weighed fiS uJs to Lh9 bushel and gradcO No. 1 Lard. The Mrmer hail 129 acres ol jury at the Inquest- presided orer -bv Coroner Humphries, iverc: G. Ulinit, G. Muir, E. Welsh. A. McTor- vie foreman, Da vies. T. FleeLwood arJ J. ROBUST CHILDREN A child should not look pale, thin or worn. Such condition denotes malnutrition. To. keep up growth and robust- ness a child needs a plenitude of food rich in vitamins. SCOTT'S iEMULSiON abundant in grortii-promolirig. properties, is an ideal .menial food that could well be a part ol the diet of every A. growing child. Children aiwiya do well on EmulAion. AW Ecrtt t Cone, Tcreifl, Cte U-H nrmy ba defied if Peps tab- In the mouth, powerful rnedl- clncfr att re- Icised la ttc form of healing torn a, Thtse relDhaledwlth the breath and come Info direct contact with the bronchial tubes and lungs In a cine that medi- the stomach cannot posiiblydo, Dy this direct action. Peps not on ly strengthen and protect any I or throat, but give Immediate relict lo those safferlnj from, bronchitis, authmaf night .cough, etc. All dealers or P epa Co., Toronto, 50c, box, 3 foe Send this idvcr- tlsement and lc, fpt postage to Pepa Co., Toronto, and re- .ccire trial A Pine Lbo Fabrie Venizia, aliandonert al sea ou Friday, was rescued by ihe trench Line sleamer Niagara. accorJ- 10 a message received here today by J, W. Ehvell and company, agents Olliccs Opened- and Peliiions asking Hepeal of Liquor Act Being Circulated VENIZWS CREW SAFE YORK. Oct. crew ill AppMr-Ovcr tily a( 2' p.m. Also Visit Tube? and Coaldrile Calit. McCall. I) S.O.. MX'. bar. ot Canary, wlio was rccemlv Jtcoralcd b) iho Prince o! Wales and is o[ the. Mc- Call Aero Conwra'lo'l. sarv, will lly over Lelhbrldsa on October IMh. al Iwo pin., and will, distribute 1 number or mailing cards lor NVeslern Canada's eadins spap itiauuracturers. the Hoy- il (irowii Soaus Ltd.. Caotain McCall ,150 (lyicE over Coaldalo an.l Taber, besides CafmauiRy. ivhite.ho lias oagagecienls-for Card- ston and .idjsceni towns. II? every day wilh liking up jiasscnEors for their" first lo tho blue, ivlillo his dislribuUon eoatpjcts with dll- lerent Alberta firms Veep him busy from morning until night. Captain McCall will be accompan- ied by Iho secretary ot (ho company. Capl. Brott. and will, as 's bU cus- if torn, in every town visited, rnkc up ILis wheat, ivhicli Is o! tlic Marquis brand variety anil (ho averago yield wai '-S bushels to the. ncro. It villt bo held ior 5CCd. Tho weight h Ibo heaviest on record hero. Iloolen, three, years old, dcalh when lie. ran lu front o[ an automobito.Ju Too Much Little Stops You? Out and Doubles Its Beauty. for (he Fabric Line. no passengers. Yeolzia carried all those, who wish to get a'goort view ot their homo city from heights untLougnt of in days gone byf. It is interesting to note everywhere gone (hat' tllo ladles Just as keen to oc cupy a seat in the daring but abso- lutely IrusHvorwIby Captain's aero- When the skin is sallow or yellow, the eyes dull, the head aches or sleep broken and unrefreshing. the back aches, or there is a pain under the right shoulder is an indication that the body is being poi- soned by poorly digested and imperfectlyelim- inated food-uaste. It js a wise thing to take Beecham's Pills to relieve theae by helping to remove the causes UluM, Zfc.. Sfc. To stop fain us hair al onco an4 1 the scalp or every particle of a .small bottle o[ dcllghtlul "Dan- derlne" at any drug store or toilet counter for a few 'cents, pour a tlo In. your hand and rub It iuto the scalp. After 'several applications tli hair usuajly stops .coming out and you can'L find :my dandruff. Hclj: j-our hair to grow slroug, thick airJ lone alirt hecomc soft, glossy and tivlcc as beautiful and vert. NEW LEGISLATION IS PUT FORWARD The league ol Alberta has opened -offices on Gth SL S. Us particular functions are thus described by Its "The Alberta League is a permrincnt provincial organization ol winch-branches will he.established in each electoral constitceucy, tlirough- out the province. "It has been organized for the pur- pose at providing means by the people the opportunity to inllteLe. discuss and recommend lo the legislature through this organization unsatisfactory legisla: of "UuT adoption of such legisla- tion as is believed will best govern the people; Every citiicn ol Albert can cpnscje Biliously support .the objects tnowing.that the realiza- tion or thc-se objects.n1H this moral.: social .and. economic., conditions iu To carnvout ils program, ing petition: be preaented: by -the league lh.p. legislature >ton. Nnmeroua .signatures are being added Lo the petition: The Petition To the Honorable the LeglslatiTe Assembly of lie .Province of. Alberta: We, the undersigned electors of the clectorial coDstitnency in he province of Alberta humbly pray: That the proposed act, a copy of ;hlch accompanies Ibis petition, and is .he proposed act as adopted, approved and order-d to bp, submitted by the provincial convention of The Alberta Moderation league held in the" city o[ Calgary on day ol September, A.D., 1919, be enajcLcd by vho resigned Ia3t wfiek. "Vlte-Admlrat David Bcatly'a safs the correspondent, .Claro that he bellfica Iho fului'o war. ship will be an oil-driven aubmcraibl? Killle cruiser mil tbt't the ndralralty'i nlans may he atcordar.cq with this belief.' 'The ilreailnaught will no', lie altogether eliminated, but it will he considered of secondary im- portance." Know the Tire You Buy J YQU can't tell the value of a tire by its looks. The unused tire is a riddle. Its sleek and unscarred sur-. face tells no story. Its real value is hidden.- Nor can you tell of a tire by its' price. The price may be too.-lo.w. It may not allo'w of build- ing a good tire. The price may be too high. It may be far above the value you will get. But there is one reasonably safe indication of a tire's value available to everyone. That is the service that tire is rendering in general use. On this basis, we believe you will Tires. More Goodyear Tires are used other They have received, and are receiving, the most severe test a tire can be given. If you will talk to men who drive cars, you will find a strong majority for Goodyear Tires. A majority based on this very test of actual experience. It probably1 surprise you liow many hard-headed men of your ac- quaintance are buying Goodyear Tires for the value which is in them. Ask the Goodyear Service Station Dcillcr to tell you the experience of the men lo whom he sells tires. ft r The Goodyear Tire Rubber go. of Canada, Limited IN CANADA, ;