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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TrKSOAY. SICPTIiMUKIl 2. ifllfl THE LicTiinnincn DA FLY m TO i MONTIIHAL, Sept. o( tlipu.-niiils of itcople acclaimed Iho Prince of ho passed IhrouRh tlto sircm of MoulrtM todai on a f-huri tour of ihu cilj'a sights beforo he ROCS on hla western irjp. Tho prliicr) nrrlvoil Jn the city from Ottawa ul 10.30. He got his first taste ol the watcomii blni at the Canadian J'a- rifle Kiill WAY FlatloD. A lario forco of polK'fctnou uai ci'lloi] upon to keey ilir> pccpjp In Hue. As Ihe trilu pulled in tho belli of tlic tliurehos began lo ring, while factory ubisUcs EQunJed slirilly in tbe distance in oompotllion uftii the mucous of the of sirens, on cratt of Hie river The belli, ul SL George's churcb, Just iJoa.iQ.Ulc depot, playeiJ ''See Iho Cou- Hero Come" soil then "God IJlpEs (bff ot Among ihoso presented to film WM I-itm. PiUrJck tfaihewa, formbrlr of 93 years ol age. The ciltl soldier prcsoiiiod a jilcLurcigue fiBuro ]jj bjj naTy blue uniform ol Ibe of ilie Crimea. wore on hla ninic ihn'Crimean medal, the Indian iiK-ilnl. I Knnlan Raid medal aud luorial for inarkiinanslilp. Tins old vclcrnn said to the prlnco: "I am the only roroMnlnff member of ilio bodysuard of your grandfather, when hci hero." TliD prince took off his hat Lo Uie and sbook hla hand conliallj. The prince's piirly look In all the best reaUirca-af Montreal's butlccas, residential and Eight-seeing section! Tor Iho prince's vtslt ft rule which ei dudes awuiFiobltea from n. Terr bem tlful 'drive on Mount. ..Royal was wall-oil. The roulo wris crowded with cnttmslaailc poople aloog almost. Ha 50 miles. Al the C artier monument', ou'Fletch cr's Field, tho crfnco was presented special medal struck in com- meir.orallan of Ihe .centennial of the great Canadian statesman Lbe cele- bration being bold here tile week. Ills Iluya] Highness took a great Interest n tho now statue of Cartler tc bo en- velled by cable by King George neit Saturday. The status has Lad a ro- mdnllo carter. It wat ID Brussels vhen tbe war broie out and ivaa bur- ed 10 that It would not fall Into Ihe bands iha Germans. The prlnco was gieatly charmed with :be Tlew obtainable from the IOOKOUI Tjn Mount Royal. A luncheon tendered lo Ills Royal Highness by the clly ivas served In a nearby. The guests al the main table, a large anchor decor- ated with flowers, were Mayor Mar- lln. the prince on his right, with Hon. 0. J, DoheJIy. minister ol luttlca, ud bU (race, Archbishop Bru- on tbe mayor's taft. were abort ito otiwr luctti. Tour a feYucccM Sept following odltorlml appmn la Weekly of Prince of Wain tour has Birpissr-rl antlclpa llau. At borne, Hla Royal lllghuesa ii l (ew mon'ij (GtaMlshed hlinscK aa general favovlte. Without effort he gained a npuUtloB. for aaylnK the right word and riihl thing. This felicity hu not deserted him on other aide ot tit .Atlantic. He hai caught Ibi atraol pbera and adapted himself, as It were, Instinctively to new and atrange con dltloua. We ara conftHat that people's demonstration! are DO passing inaDllMUtloni of truilut emotions They must bave enduring results. Not only >ias prlnco gained Iho arrec tlons of our Caudtia krelhrea, be baa alto nuccewled by deep peraona devotion' which he, haa arouied. In Jm mciitolT strcsgLbeDlng the bonds tie empire." G.N. STAIN MS PIUS Keep the stomach well, the-liver active, the bowels rcfjiilar, and the breath will be sweet and healthy. But let poisons accumu- late in the digestive organs, thesystem becomes clogged, yascs form in the stomach; and affect the breath. Correct these conditions with Beechnm's. Pills. They promptly regulate the bodi- ly functions and are a quick remedy for souretomach and Bad Bread THE SEVEN, A3t. PARADE A comjwnj Out ralaln miring morn; UetlM IV jhan- unit ccmri throueh ctlll wearing tfir for iherc'i no "mbbine in" with Jo-t k tpertj LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Ciiilsl Make bleaching lolion if skip is sunburned, Jannt'd or LIIUI jiiito of- two jujnuna .irv to n ho.iilc cpnfal'nfnK'Mircc Orchard While, atld -you liavc'n .qunrlor pljit' of Iho host freckle, aunburn anil Ian Intlon, anil complexion heauLlflcr, al very, very Einnlf rosl. Your (Tremor ntfi Hie lemons nnd nny driis store or toilet counter lltreo ounces of White for foiv ccnla. Ihls aivcot- fraaront lotion Into tho fare, neck unnfl and liaiVda cat-Ji onjj sea' how biinLurn, whiilinirn ami I (HII tJsjii'pcar and liow clrar, sofi Htid -.vhllt Cie Hkin licconirii. YCJI! U 13 (.Special lo Tlit TIer.ild1 PERXIE, AUE. 31--A train carryiuK the station agents ot Ihe Tro ol the Great Northern Hail way, pulled Into 'he Ferula yards a len o'clock .uorning. TbeEo agenU take an oulicg alon, aomo portion of the O. N. road abou ones ovBrjr two months, anrj lorlay the are guests ot Ihe.Crowa Nest Pas Coal Company and bare been taken u lo tho Coal Creek minea, where Min Manager Caufleld ehowed them abou tbe mines and power house. After lunching at Hotel Ferou nnA enjoying Ihe hoppltallly. of .th FernlB Clab, Ihor, in company ,flL President Corey, of Ihe Fernie Boar Tn Trade, 'a-ent up to the in.nes an ipcnt an hour looking about tbe raine Deiidea the sfsLJoD aiools thcr vcre in Ihe party, P. N. Bernarc President ot Uie Kalispell Chamber o Commerco; Mr M.-P. Basel, Preigh C'laims Agent, of SeaUIe, nnd olhers Mr. W. E. Stevens, station agent p IQ conversation with a Hera] representative, stated UiaL Uie Mr which -was reported Io hare bean ra aging the fareils In Glacier Park, h: not done much damage, but had I, the tourist visitors b obscurinc much or the scenery tempo arily, by the presence of sraofce froi Iho foresl flrea. Mr. Btovene reporti a heavy volum of freight as passing over Iho TO inoro than tour hundred cari being I lliu yards aL Troy, owing lo lick powor and train crews to keep them moving. A THTEC nortlon of Iho ea bound freight consists of lumber fro. Washington end Oregon, bound to the easterrt at p. ten. The jpaefal (rain bearing tJiaso Joll agents pulled out at etx o'clock th evening, bound for their severs1, ji: ions ivhtre they will resume the wee ly grind tomorrow morning. Tho .long dry spell which has pr vailed here (or some itrnn, was broke early this morning by a gentle show or rain, which has been followed by hluatry rain nnd wind slorni this noon. Mr. C. L. Ras, president of Iho P? iflr. Car Company, of Tacotna, Wns 111 with hla wifo And cbllclr passed tbrougli lown yesterday eve Ing, hound 'or Olds, Alberla, whore 1ms properly Mr. Ross advia hts mcdc of prflfse for our B. C. high- way, and was delighted with the scen- ery en route. He reports flic well Pass fia sHIl closed to Lrrvol, owing to repair being done on thnt section of Ihe road from Reftlllo lo Spokane. Ho came hy vftningc Kerry, the ronlc now used while the other rood Is being repaired. Mr. Ross reports buslnoaa ns ex- trenicly good in hfa atalc, and that tt will continue lo Improve, Tlio Fernlo Schools-will reopen on Tuesday a full slalT of tejichcrj, five of them being onca to take the places m nre of tha old slftff. who liavo Konn to other place.t. Mlaa CKraktdden, who lake thBplace of Mm Stllrrllt resigned froci Uie, High School sUri, IUG nrrlveJ and takes her pfaco alone with MY, .Unrrfson. who takes the jrlace lately hol3 by-Mr, Jan- hlns, who Is.now KHisianL teacher in "ip Scoll is President of New Vels To Visit Saturday (From Our Own Coiif.ipffnfJenl) GRASSY MKK. Scpi. mcc-t- ng was held Su Perry's ball on Satur- day for me purpose o; nrKanliing a branch of K was Imge- ly btiended by rt'iuriuj men, and s ilrely mealing re-u'iu-rl. Hugh was elecled president unaDJmouslv, Wm. Phlpps, llrst vlr-e president; Wal- ter Uvllllams, Eekuud A. T. L'll, lecrclarv-ueasurtfr, wllb Chaa. Alec Petrl? aixl James as executive coinaihutr. A ineciinp; Las also been IK-SI Sat- urday evening, whni Capi. Mt-Kenzle. the presMent of The (3AV. V.A., and otherf, from lAthbrldge are expected to a Mend Llewelyn and funlly have gone to U'tah for i-vn >-c-ars. Jle ha3 reeled his (arm LTI- T. Kenoa has returneil from loo north country winn- has has purchas- ed a farm under tin; Fol'licrs1 pelile- mcnt ECheme. W. Salvage, Jr.. has opened his 1'ACiE NINE PARIS, Sept. will rol sign the peace treaty with Austria, according to cant, bcciuc.e of a clauie Intro- duced af the formal requot Ql1 the United Stales delegates con- cerning ethnical minorities. grocery stort aelt to (he post o'tice. We ivltli him every Kucctia ajiil Lope thai tbe competition -will cat dov.'n tbe H. C. of I- here. RESUME TRADE WITH GERMANY t.OXDO.V. Sept. great deal ot turiopiiy is being evinced by the llritisli iwolic regarding Ihe effect of reopening of trade with tho Cc-nlriil European powers. Although it ha-s Lt-en known for some tlrno that GeriiUD flrmn have uteu sending cir- culars to KritiFb houaes, ot- tering articles for It was gener- ally believed some hesitancy allll er- isleJ among commercial houses with regard to the resumption of buslnesa relations v.-jlh the Cenfral p-vlng to the- lack of shipping [adm- its it .-aili Impossible for any con- siderable consignments of imports tu reach Great Britain for some time to come. In Pueblo, Colo, a voting man was oipellcd from a church for malting bets on the duration of the sermofff WILSONS FLYIlPAOS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. 00 ON ______ !N-.MONTRf Al TODAY thouiand with the induftry In tMi ddtrlcf ilrlht ihlc'mornfnf for an fight hQur day wf'h 10 hour day, ;A' report rroelytd at 'union tMT morniftg stjUj ihat-c'viry m.-ii edrtnfctetf wlln the'lnduilry ,N but Mfflg cf elttn men UMng ad- co'uhl of Ihe vli'll cf the Prince Chiclets, of course more could a little heart VV desire than "Really Delightful" Candy-coated dainties, rich in peppermint, CHICLETS are brighteners. They chase the Glooms away and make the day sunny and bright. They refresh and relax. They aid digestion. Give them to the children. Try them after after smoking at work or play. In packets of ten for 5c. and in the generous family-size, Week-End Box at 25c. MADE IN CANADA -an Adams product, particularly prepared Ickts Canadian Ciewing Gum Co.. l.imifefl, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vnneoiivftr. ;