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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN the lf/nmninr.k daily herald saturday, april 6, WIS LI RETurti ESCAPED A SUB � fx~ -'-fi'flfi:>;>. s.'SP-T?;v->�v',>; BIG JFRSNCH. Si-IEWS.''' HUNS DO NOT HAVE ALL THE SAY WHEN IT COMES TO ORDINANCE. Here are some of the latest production of the French munition 'shops. 1FIRST MEETING OF (Prom Our Own Correspondent) Nobleford. April 5. 1918.-The first meeting of the council for the newly enacted village of Nobleford was held 'last Monday, all the councillors being in attendance. The first duty of the (council was the election of the reeve for the year, and on motion of F. W. Hunt, seconded by J. Harris, A. S. Noble' was elected to the position. The office of secretary-treasurer was next considered and E. C Cranston was appointed. It was decided to hold [the meetings of the council on the first day of each month at S o'clock. The question of sidewalks was then considered and tbe secretary instructed to write to the C.P.R. asking them to build a wooden walk from the depot to the corner of the hotel. Water for the/ use of the inhabitants was also gone into and it was decided to test out the well at the hotel corner, and if found to be alright to repair it thoroughly and fix cisterns both for fire protection and public use. Other formal business was also done. Easter time was observed very ouietly here. On Sunday the services in the local church dealt with -Ka.-ter. topics. On the Monday the farmers were mostly working on the land. .A-few of onr young people who had holidays spent the week-epd either in Calgary or Lethbridge. I'ongnitulations to Mr. and Mrs. Culd'.rloos on the arrival"of a baby daughter at their home iasi Friday. I'.oiii mother and daughter are doing well. A. Smith of Lethbridge was a business visitor here on Wednesday. Mr. ami Mrs. Eberly, of the Merchants' Bank of Monarch, paid us a visit this week. All were pleased to see the young couple. L-ittie Dorothy Buchanan while playing around on Tuesday-had the misfortune to put her hand through a pane of glass with the result that her thumb was cut. pretty badly She was taken to a doctor at Lethbridge on the afternoon train and had it properly attended to. Land deals are being made these days in this section. J. Harris & Co. also report quite a good deal of land changing hands. This week they have sold two sections at very good prices. E. S. Seamau and son of Clares-holm were business visitors here on Wednesday. St. John. X. R. Apr f-.-A large trans-Atlantic liner arrived in port today. She was due a few woods ago but while enroute fell 4pui' of a Hun submarine and her how was quite badly damaged by a tMpedo. She wettf buck to Knglmid amit transferred i her passengers, who were landed sai'e-| ly here last Sunday. The ste:itti CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL 1 M Service. I Squadron Commander Woodward of Victoria, was in command, in the far er,st. He led bombing operations against Constantinople and Smyrna and against the cruisers Goeben and Bre.--lau. sinking the latter. : Folsom on Wednesday afternoon. Sewing was the order of the afternoon. The aid has decided to sew at ttye Red Cross rooms every second Monday of each month. Mrs. Kellock j will have the aid on April 17th at the manse. Master Murray Kellock left on Wednesday morning for north of Calgary to do his bit in the farming. Although,1 he will be missed by his parents he is | trying to do what he can for his country. I Wilson today signed thy bill creating Mr. S. E. Jones is confined to his \ a government corporation with a vap-bed for a few days with the LaGrippe. j j , ?30c,ooo.000 and authority to It is to be hoped that we will again | "� v   soon see him on the "Cardston Flyer." i issue ?3.000.000.ou0 in bonds tor the - -- -' - . .. 1 assistance of essential war industries.! GOVT. CORPORATION Washington, April. 6.-President Miss L. Nelison has secured the very much talked, about picture "The Redemption" for Friday and Saturday night. There will also be the I.O.D.E. raffle of the aluminum kettle donated by Mr. A. E. Cox to be seen all this week in the Burt Bros, window. Numbers on sale by members of the I.O.D.E. U. S. NOT MAKING E If hairs your pride, use HERPICIDE Special Agents: J. D. Higinbotham & Co., - " Ltd. "CASCARETS" BEST IF Washington. Apr. 6.-Aviation remains the "bad situation" of the government's war preparations. Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska, declared today as he left the weekly meeting of the senate military committee with the war council. Transportation difficulties, however, are less enigmatic, he said, as additional ships become available and a congestion at 'the docks here and abroad has been relieved slightly since last week. Production of war materials generally is gaining momentum, the sera-tors were shown, but it was apparent that the war department had not been able to place a very hopeful outlook for the aviation program before the legislature. HOME ON LEAVE Beat for Liver and Bowels Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach.* Halifax, Apr. 6.-Captain J. Alexander of Toronto, is home on leave. . 1 He is a former member of the Toron-The monthly business meeting of | t0 university and a former well the Red Cross was held Thursday, 1 hockey and baseball player. April 4tn� with a small attendance, it was decided to send for more supplies and if possible to have a lantern slide entertainment and lecture in the n^ar future to revive interest in the work, Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, eoated tongue, head and dose clogged up with a cold-always trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the Intestines Instead of being cast out of the system is 're-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue It causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gasses, take the excess Idle, from the liver and carry nut a.'l the "unstii ate 1 v >> matter and poisons in the bowel*. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggi3t means your head clsar, stomach sweet breath right, com ple.xion rosy and yo.ir iiver and bowels 1 regular lor months.-Advertisement. gerhard heintzman ART PIANOS Gerhard Heintzman Player Pianos Gerhard Heintzman Pianos Gerhard Heintzman 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 EASIER SERVICES (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardstun. April 1.-A most appropriate and impressive service was held in the. Presbyterian church last Sab-I bath. The church was tastefully decorated with Easter 1 illies. The sub-i Ject in the morning was "Following the Risen Savior." Mr. Pickup sang an Easter 30I0 with telling effect. At the evening service the subject of Mr.--Kel)ock's discourse was "The Impossibility that Christ Should be Holden of Death " Professor Banner presided at the organ and sang ' with rich and well modulated voice ' Kipling's "Recessional," a suitable ' piece in view of the present war situation. , .Miss Pickup excelled herself in 'a beautjful Easter selection "The 'Resurrection Morn." After the bene-  diction the audience remained seated ? while Professor Banner rendered the  Helieluyah Chorus from Handel's "Messiah." One would have to go far indeed fo hear it better played. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Emeno and Mr. and: Mrs. S. A. Harris spent Easter in .. Calgary, going up Friday by car and ' returning on .Monday. Miss Mao Hall, who has been teaching at J. Galbratli'K all winter, is pending a few days with parents and 'friends. Mr. Sheppard of the Bank of Mon-trpftl wu. taken to tbe hospital on Why?. WHY does our practice exceed that of any other dentist or aggregation of dentists in tins City and Province'.' Why do our patient-, recommend us to their friends? Why arc we known as "Tin-Family Dentists'' and entrusted .with tin-dental work oi entire households?--because- We Hold Public Confidence And ever by strict honesly of purpose will wj endeavor to merit this trust. Ours is a serious profession, beneficial, and humane, to a. point wliii-li permits us to say- Dentistry as We Practise it is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Blk., 4 Dcors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK Special Announcement To our many friends and patrons we beg to announce our opening in our new location in THE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK, Fifth Street, with a complete line of UP-TO-DATE MEN'S FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING AND THE FAMOUS WALK-OVER SHOES. New goods have been arriving daily, adding to our large stock of staples we carried over will make shopping here a wise and profitable event. NEW HOME ' OP THE ROYAL STORE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK N.B.-Many thanks |:o our many friends for the past patronage and assuring you of my usual good attention. A. J. SCHLEIFER. 93681940 ;