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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUirreEN Tin' i.T-Tiiniurxi: nxti.Y in.n.\T.n SATrnDAY. APniL r,. ini� LINER CARRYING ESCAPED A SUB HUNS OO NOT HAVE ALL THE SAY WHEN IT COMES TO ORDINANCE. Here are gome of the latest pr�Juition of the Krcnoh mvinition �tibops. IHRST MEEIING OF St John V n,  A I.irep; ; tratisAtlstJitc liner arrived In port I loiliy sii>> was iliii' ii (.'� \mm-k.-� jlur wlil'.t' onrontr fell ^nh of � Hmi ' 'ulinwiriMi' .iinl Ik r bow wiis nultf liiii'y (l;�m.m.'il liy ' ta|l)i>>to. iwrM: liiuk \n l^nnliiii.! .ui^transforro:! ] \\ hill Siltli!.\\ Thf sn>;i"i'>v ' liroiu;;-.-, hiv MT v,�^si-nsi'rs :ii cr-- ir.Uii the wIly. V C . \y C . "f \\ ii-ii-p,.��. anil .niM atiil-rs in (ii�> a.r servlrc i'lio lat'or > p; o:\iniloiis wero, awariie I f.-r dariiiK .nil MisiiuKuislu'il servu'os in lli.> . orn th atie Allot:.or returiimR hero was I'.ip , t.uu Jack \:cxanilfr of Toronto, who i;^ sail ti) havo w.n thf distirictinri .i. :hii-... one of the b.-si itight observers i ;ii ihe I!oy.,l Air Sorvioe. I ti:lor otiiiers inoludoit I.teut liar-^lid Arun !e!l. Winnipeit. ))SO., Oj^C. and N!>. the latter a Serbian doiora Wednesday with pleurisy. I: is hoped ti n for work in the eastern theme for his speedy recovery and foionel F S Pord. CM (V. of I.iv The Ijujies' A:d of the Pr.-.ibyter- orp.nd. N .> .v'.io was assistant d'n-,- WAB. STRIKES, REVOLUTION. �IOT AND THEN BLIND LOOTINQ have rediieed the population^ of the cities of Kussia to poverty. This Rroup of homeless brothers of the mnjorlt*" which Is the franslfltlon af Polshevlkl an- makinK the moKt of the liberty they have secured. AbT^..i^i�. dlsorKaniza-ilon of tran^po^tatlon has threatened (nmine in the cities more thiin once uud the poorer p.o;de have suffered terribly. OULD YOU risk a postage stamp to learn more about coffee? SEAL BRAND COFFEE anJ Kon�^ to make it? Hov; to equal America's most famous cKefs? Our booklet "Pkftct Co{fc�-.P�rfectly Mad*", tell> you. It'f fr�i. Writ* for it. "� CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL tan church meet':^t the iMtr.e of Mrs r'olsom on Wednesday afternoon Sewiait was the order of rlie aiternoon The aid has dei.ided to s \v at tt^e Red Cross room- every second Men � \ Kobleford. April 5. 1?18-The firfit ;ilieetlnK of he council for the newly enacted vlllagro of Nobleford was held last Monday, all the rouncillors being in attendance. The first duty o: the (council was the election of the reove for the year, and on motion of K W. Hunt, aeconded by J. Harris. A. S. Xoble was elected to the position. The office of secretary-treasurer '*as nest considered and R. C Cranston ',ws* appointed. It was decided to bold 'tb� meetingi of the council on Uie first day of each month at 8 cclock The question of sidewalks was then considered and tbe secretarr instructed to write to the C.P.R. asking thetn! to build a wooden walk -from the depot to the corner of the hotel. Wafer for the use of the inhabitants was also gone Into and It was decided to test out the well at the hotel comer, at^d If found to be alrlitht to repair It thoroughly and fix cisterns both for fire protection and public use. Other foriiia! business was also done. K.aster time was observed very ou.otly here. On Sunday the ser-\ .1. s in the local t!iurrh dealt with i;�tor topics. On the Monday the r.utii- IS were mostly working on the I ind A few of onr yoHtiit people wlio � Iiuil iiolidays spent the w. ek epd either i!i i'.ii�;aiy or Letlibridge. i oigKituIaiions to .Mr. and Mrs. (.yM.;loo3 on the arrival of a baby' ,-a^hi,p,nn. Apr. �;.-Aviatlon re-oantMT.r at their home las- l rjday ^Hyation" of tho gov- ..oM mother and daughter are doing erament. s war preparations. Senator . Hitchcock, of .N'ebra.ska. declared to-A. .�niith of I.ethbrldRe was a busl- day as he left the weekly meeting of ness visitor here on Wednesday. the senate military committee with .\'.v and Mrs .Kberly. of the Mer- ; the war council, rliarrs Bank of Monarch, paid us aj vlfi- -Jiis week. All were pleased to ; ir of th'- ciitlro L'anadlan Medua: t^ervice .-^�Hiadroii nim.'n ler Woodward in \'u:cr;.\ \\ ,i - n omniand i;i the e.,st. i(c 1, I l-Kiir.h'ni; opc-.irioiis t aeai'isi I'.ii' . ra .i-- Mr. S. K Jones is conlined to h,s bed for � few days with tlie UiOrippe It Is to be hoped that we will again . soon see him on the -Cardston Klyer." . in bond- fn Miss L. Xelison has secured the assistante .if e-seniial war in.|ii> very much talked about picture The j ^------------ Redemption' for Friday and Saturday night. There will also be the I t> D K. I raffle of the aluminum kettle donated | by Mr A. E. Cox to be seen all this week in the Burt Bros, window ' Numbers on aal* by mambera of the | I.O.DE. i a ^roveruiiUMi' ital o:' �.".i"v'i.i -OrporatiKi wi'i. a'ld airi:. If hairs ;,'our pride, use HERPICIDE U.S. NO! MAKING Special Agents; J. O. Higinbotham A Co.. Ltd. "CASCftBETS" BEST IF HEMMGIiY, BUS. SIGKJONSTiPATED I Stat for Livsr and Bowels Bad Braath, ' Bad Colda, Sour Stomach.* see ilie young couple. I>orothy Buchanan while pUvins around on Tuesday had the misfortune to put her hand through a p.ine cf grass with the result that her thmv.b was cut pretty badly She was Transportaticm dlffjculties. however, are less enigmatic, he said, as additional ships become available and Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, btllousnesa. eoatvd tongue, head and dose clogged up with a cold-always trac� this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food in the bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the In- gerhard heintzman ART PIANOS Gerhard Heintzman Player Pianos Gerhard Heintzrhan Pianos Gerhard Hcmtzman Phonographs Sherlock-Manning Pianos Sherlock-Manning Player Pianos, Organs, etc. Every music lover knows the name GERHARD HEINTZMAN. * It's outstanding distinction has become so well established during fifty years of piano building in Canada that the name has become a synonym for perfection. Show Rooms: 414 5th Street South 1st Door North Orpheum Theatre a congestion at 'the dock.? here and testines Instead of being cast out of abroad has been relieved slightly . the system is -reabsorbed into the since last week. ; blood. When this poison reaches the Production of war materials cener- , delicate brain tissue It causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sicken- changing hands. This week they 1 have sold two sections at very good 1 prices I E. S. Seaman and son of Clares-. holm were business visitars here on ' Wednesday He Is a former member of the Toron- The monthly business meeting of i Vnlverslty and a former well the Bed Croaa waa held Thursday, ^^^^^ hockey and baseball player. April 4th. with a small attendance, i _^__ It was decided to send for more sup-1 wmmmmf-it*-~ Vltea and i( possible to have a lantern slide entertainuiCBt and lectur'.-In the near future to revive interest In the worli, HOME ON LEAVE Halifax, Apr. 6.-Captain .1. .Alexander of Toronto. Is home on leave. ons In the biweli. A rascaret tonight will surely s'ralghten yon out by morning. 'I'liey work while you sleep a Uxent box from your druggist nu-ans your head ci?ar, stomach sweet breath fight, cot.-, ple.\ion rosy and yo.;r iiver au I liowels rtigular fur months - -Ad .ortUemeiit. EASTER SERVICES HELDAICARDSTON (rrom '^yir Own f-orr.-sp I'ardstoa. .Vjiril I -\ most appropriate and iiiiiiressive service was held ill the. Preobyterlaii church last Sabbath. The church was tastefully de corated with Easter lillles. Th" sub-jMt in the morning was - Following th* Rlaen Savior." Mr Pickup sang an Kaeter solo with teiling effect. At the evening service the subject of Mr.--Kel)ock'8 discourse was "The Im-poislbllity that Christ Hhould be Holden of Death ' Professor Banner presided at the organ and sang 1 with rich and well inoduhifed voice ' Kipling's "Itecessiunal," a suitable 1 pleCe lit vleVr of Uie present war situation. -Miss Pickup excelled herself in k heaulKul Eaaler selection "The '](eaurre �i|.UkM to tb� ho.'jpitnl � Why?, WHY do'^R our in.utiie exceed tliat of any other dentisi or aKKregatlon of dentist.s ill thi'; rity and I'rovlncc � Why do our paticn' riTomiiiend us to their friendK' Why ;.i. we known as "Th' Family neuii'^t^ urd intrui*i'-l ..vith th-dental woi iv o i uiirt hoii8