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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / TUESDAY, APRIL Hi. 1W8 THE LRTTIBniDGR DAILY HKItALD PAGE NINE Wauled on a charges � bigamy. Hon Davla was picked up this morning liy Detective J-Ie'sSeth of the Alberta police. A warrant lie held for Davis (il. Medicine Hat and he will bo sent there for preliminary hearing. The trrent was made on u description forwarded by the Medicine H�t detachment of "D" division. Davis conies from the United States, Where it is charged he has a wife. Ho was tnariied at Francis, Saskatchewan qn July 28, 1917, to the daughter of Willard Crandoll, Minneapolis, -who Is responsible for the prosecution. Davis was employed at the Cadillac parage when arrested and is said to be a high class motor mechanic. Seeding has started in Peace River district. Reports indicate that the ground is in excellent shape and that-' the increase in aoreage will be from 50 to 100 par cent. For Bilious Troubles That heavy headache, torpid liver, Sick stomach, bitter taste in mouth, furred tongue, dull eyes and muddy skin, all come from a poor supply of bile. These unhealthy conditions are promptly corrected by PIUS UF which stimulate the liver, regulate the flow of bile, sweeten the stomach, and renew healthy bowel action. A household remedy approved by sixty years of public service. vFor every-day illnesses, Beecham's Pills arc a tested Remedy L�***t>3.W at Aar nMichie in th. World. 5�M *r*rr whttr*? la box.*, 25c MRS. FAGAN Mrs. Jf. II. Fagan, is leading (he singing in the revival meeting at, the Christian Church and each evening is delighting the' audience with' her splendid solos; She lias a contralto voice of exceptional quality. The meeting last night was well attended. The evangelist spoke on the text "Seek ye first His kingdom and His righteousness." It.was a fervent appeal to put spiritual things, first. Among other things he said: "Jesus was human as well as divine. Howiis interested in the every-day things pt life; in food, clothing, and money. He, does, not teach that we should disregard these things, but that we should give attention first toj things spiritual. Some people put money first, Make money your servant and it will .serve you well;, make il your king and 'you' will -soon be its slave. All should' be happy. Christ was a happy man. True happiness is ..a, product of righteousness. 'A man's estimate of valties 4s the determining factor in Jjis. .life." At the close of the service there were two decisions for Christ. Tonight the evangelist will speak on "A Man Up a "free." Mrs. Pagan Will sing, "His Eye is on the Spar-roy,\" . ILADI PHONE 1224 > m Mrs. .T. M. Coomb.; spent, the woeit-.end with h his wife, Air. itri'd Mrs, of this city...-.'.- > > j evening was Mr. Titos. Clip.diaui. who ; ? had spent 1Hloo years us :i teacher among the Indians, and hint through j the years Iicpl In close (ouch uiih > > iln-m. 11 is 'nihil c,.,h was lull of mnsi I interesting infoi (nation. lie (old oi (';u :ls['iu. j ,],,, ,_,;lI.|y ii-ibos, liow these roved ' 1,011 ; from place to place, and how rinnllv M. Coombs ; ih,j, Alice t a roe .-ietllcd on reserves ia different i parts of the province, lie presented by w;iy of contrast-a very clear idea ol the social, economic, and moral condition:-! of the Indians of today with (heir condition.-! of thirty years ago. � i . -I'lhirtv years ago the. Indians lived in I'te. 1. J. yWard, formerly of the j lll(,h. wigwams, with a few' small Bank of Commerce here, arrived in j s|llu:|jHt and on the entire reserve onjv the city yesterday morning on leave j lwo building* were shingled; lodav and is spending a few days hero look- Airs. Donald and i.H.ughi'* have gone: to Winnipeg for , weeks" visit wjth .frieuds tlu-n. ing up old friends. I'te. Ward enlisted at the beginning' of the war in rhe There is a well-defined rumor going the round* recently that Commissioner Grace will tender his resignation as a member of the city council in June. The rumor has been passed about- for several days, it being stated that the' commissioner's coat mine and other interests are'. How such- as to require hit whole time. The Herald mentioned the fum- ' or to Mr, Grace a few days ago but at that time he said there was nothing to it. However, the story persists and some of his friends declare there' is good ground *er" it. the Indians are living in very comfortable homes many of them carpci-j ed and well furnished. Thirty years Princess Pats, and lias been thvcu i ]lK, the Indians received rations from years'in Fran.ce;- haviiv seen some | t|,c government, today they are farm-sl.renuqus ..fighting-.. "Although not j iilg, some on a large scale, and it is wouilde'd his hertlt'h lias been much | Cvj)ected that! r.outi acres of wheat will impaired by his experiences and .t'roni | i,e sown on (he reserve this spring, here he will go'to the-Ogdei; home in |'Him, too, a most remarkable change Calgary. , . ' .. | has taken place in tlie religious life  '" * lot these people. Thirty years ago Airs.' O. V. Bleleher-left las! week they were nature worshippers, parlor a visit, to Calgary and expects to j | j(.,iiariy of the sun. and believed that .spend two weeks at. Maidstone, near ((, ,iakc (heir worship acceptable il Edmonton, before returning to the j ,va3 necessary to torture themselves, city. I He (old of seeing four young men | stand and have their forefingers cut i off at the first joint, and then climb Airs. S. Webb has gone to .Moose Jaw for a month's visit 1 YOU KNOW, no matter what precau- 1 tions you take, accidents do occur more or less frequently. YOU KNOW, therefore, the necessity for having a reliable remedy on hand to apply at once, before the sore place becomes infected by germs and dust from the surrounding air. YOU KNOW Zam-Buk is the best remedy for this purpose. Then don't lorget to keep a supply on hand for emergencies. Zam-Buk prevents any possibility of festering or blood-poisoning, ends pain and ensures quick healing. To both employer and employee this means a saving of time, and consequently a saving of money. Safeguard yourself, therefore, by keeping Zam-Buk on hand for cuts, scratches, burns, scalds, bruises, sprains and other injuries to which factory employees are liable. 50c box. 3 for $1.25. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. SEND FOR FREE TRIAL BOX, enclosing lc stamp for return A. K. AicLachlin,- St. Thomas analyst for, a number of years, lias received official notification that h* had been appointed food examiner under the Adulterated Food Act for the city of St. Thomas. ADAMS HUNS CLAIM VISTORY AGAINST AMERICANS Amsterdam, April 1�.-North of St. Aliss Isabel -Richards, former teljer of the Canadian p�ank of 'Commerce in Cranum,, is, visiting ..friends in the city for a few days. , . ' �* � MrVrStenlrouse .spent the week-end with Air. Kilpatrick at. .\nhleford. ' Air. W. Mansions ton. � a tail pole in order that they might present an offering acceptable to j their Cod, believing that the higher! they went the more acceptable their gift � would become. The unique feature of the evening, however!'was the presence of Air. and Mrs, Joseph Healey of the reserve. They were both dressed in their' na-, tivq costumes and became the sub-; II.' yu.tnj#-of the Victoria i jo;.;.; Dj a great ,i,.:n\ or curiositv and  hl ' � * ; 1 ' splendid services rendered the Indians AIR S..Neil of,;at.Whomas, is in the [by. jIr, ciipsham, and his story of �V^AW'�A/W///////////�/>m/l/IIHI�l�lfMllllllllJIIIIIilttl�WHW�����W\�^vvvvn\xnvvvv Ottawa, April-15.^-The special cony niittee of the house named to consider city'visiting Mrs'.^WA It. AtcCa'ffery. > > * SOClAl. fiVENTS i Mihiel on Saturday night.says a Wolff-j 0 + + +4 4 � A .> q q o Bureau despatch from Berlin dated'. a"'rr ' Monday, the main part of tlie Amer-;! AfrflV S'; T. Jftigh 'juid�-Mrs.. V- E. ican positions situated to the ..east-j Green ;entettain^ at i( bouse diuice wai'd and southeastward of Maize'y, at'Mrij PUgh'B'UtAne 0.11 5th Ave., last on tlie right bank of the' Meuse River j-evening!','.' Abott^ffifi^e'ncohpies were was taken by storm. '-. , | present''-aii^, iw.te^njo'ait enjoyable A large section of the main enen>y,i time;' ffiljj^y .y lines of defense on the high road in St. Mihiel to Rourols ( a distance-.of 3% miles) the despatch says, was broken up despite the hravt're.BistV ance of the enemy who suffered the Severest casualties in addition to tlie lois of prisoners.*. Charles' McKillop' etjter.ta.ined a few lriemls,. yestpMlay afternoon in honor of Airs. 6ririwByr. . some Indian -legend? produced applause after applause. He created- a gbpjl detfl of -amusement, particularly among Uie young people by giving several Indian signs and sayings. Such was the interest created by Air. and - Airs. Healey that the girls gathered around them, examined their dress, asked nil kinds of questions,-and secured the. promise that they would return in tfiree weeks! May, and be present at a Grand Council Fire, a concert ;that is being presented by � the girljj.  A very hearty vote of thanks presented, by-Aliss New-i man and Miss i^eucfrson, to .the speakers of the evening brought a most sue-cesiitul evening to-a close. - pensions regulations and the efficiency or otherwise of the 'relief afforded to the soldiers of the Dominion'and-their dependents, consists- of tho following members: . Hon. -V. AW Howell, Hon. Rudolphs Lemleux, Hon. Charles Murphy, and .Messrs. Cronyn, Green. Lapointe (St; James), Nesbitt, Nickle, McCurdyJ Fewer, Parent. Kednian, Ross, Suther-. land and Turriff.. '. ', Mr. Rowell presumably will be nani'' ed as chairman of the committee Which will be organized this week. The committee expects to make a! report to parliament before the house -rises. > , The Benefit d^K|tsld la,:,;ihe, K. P. hall by the- KenriBjjfe'Ssociation last Tfiight was a'^,Kres|jJHkicpati^ ami very ^.satisfactory1 In ev^Jf wa^jT /to' ~those "] \vh6'"'were-in"chargeV''l- " The only thing a soldier would rather receive than a letter is a box of Adams Black Jack. A stick a day keeps thirst away. Every time you buy it for yourself, buy it for a soldier. ? churches AeJp* societies ; - GENERAL � ^ ? :f ..',-.'�..' �' % � : o ? > ? * ? : MADE IN CANADA # Pure Chewing Gum # Ottawa, April 15.-The Canada Food Board announced today that, the provincial and municipal police all over Canada are co-operating heartily with the board in enforcing the new public eating place regulations. Already heavy fines have been imposed in several cases us a result of action instituted by the authorities under the new order and ignorance of the law has not been admitted as an excuse. A full supply of copies of the order are now in the hands of chiefs of provincial and municipal police in all parts of Canada and proprietors of hotels, restaurants, cafes and other eating places' included under the order may 'secure copies upon application to their local police. , Stanley, chairman of the Red Cross j Joint War committee, and Lady Ampthill, chairman of the Joint ! Women's* V. A. D. department, lunch- i eu at the informal opening with tlie ! heads of departments and nearly four I hundred members' of the V. A, T>. and 1 of the staff at the Red Cross head- ; .quarters. ...   '" |i His Honor, the T^leutenanl-Gover- I The-.Willard W.C.T-.l*. will meet! .nor of British Columbia and Lady! with Mrs. Ridpath, .VIM 3-th St. A.; Barnard, lent their patronage to thai North! on Saturday afternoon. A full j ball' tyhich was given with such con- [ attendance is requested. I sp'icuous success at the Empress ho-' *  I tel. Victoria, on April Urd, by the The last lecture of'(lie first course i French Red Cross Society. A great of the First Aid classes will he given ! many well-known people were present *'"* ' ' and the event Waa one of the most delightful- affairs of the season. The. Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Airs. Dougall, 709 Gth St. S.. on Wednesday afternoon for Red! Cross sewing. I  �.�� I The.. Next-of-Kiu are holding a tag; day on July 1st. ., ' , i made to measure. Designed \ and . tailored . to your individual order by the greatest tailoring organization in the Dominion, f" Let Fit-Reform be your tailor. WANT INCREASED RATES 'Washington, Apr. 16.-The' Great Northern railroad today applied to the interstate commerce commission for increased storage, handling and insurance charges on westbound Canadian shipments at Duluth, Gladstone, Mich, and Superior, Wis. A variety of commodities are included in the proposed increase. by Chief Hardy tomorrow night at 7.30 in the triangle room of (he Y.A1. C.A. All those intending to try tlie examination must be .present. Thinking CLEARNESS of Head depends upon cleanliness of body-insideajid out. if .men of active minds were as aciive -with thei'i-kod'ies, the chaiices arcflhat they would not suffer from biHoif.iriess,' sour stomach, constipation and kindred disorders. It .is to such moil that Eno's Fruit s^lt' proves its value as a gentle, safe and unfailing >!regulator of the digestive and eliminativc svsilem Being a'natural aperient-that is, composed of all. cleansing and tonic elem.�Hs of iipe fruit juices--it performs its work in a normal way without irritation or harmful reaction. It clears the intestines, rouses the torpid liver to activity, and produces a delightul feeling of liveliness �nd vigor that can only apse from a sound, active physical condition, The W.M.S. of Wesley church will hold an open meeting tomorrow night at eight o'clock in the church. There will be lantern slides illustrating our work in Japan; also- special music. The public, is cordially invited. * � .' There will be an executive meeting of the Major Jack Ross Chapter l.O. D.K. tomorrow (Wednesday) at eight o'clock sharp in tlie auditorium of the Y.M.C.A.  * � Any soldiers wile, mother or dependants wishing assistance in digging their gardens, are asked to communicate with the regent Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.U.E., phone 110S. or Mr. Pavidson, principal of Central school. It is hoped if the demand'; warrants it to organize (he boys of the city schools to do this most, patriotic work. The boys of the Central school are already at, work, and have taken up the idea most enthusiastically. . * r. In compliment to Madame Cas-grain, Mrs. Hugh Afelvin, acting-regent of the Colonel" Macleod Chapter, I.O.D.E., entertained at luncheon at the Palliser Saturday, when tho guests included a number of the members of the I.O.O.E., who are taking an active part in the formation of the "brigade" which Madame Casgrain suggested in her recent talk to the local chapters. * > ? ? ? * > > > * > : ? caMp fire girls of wes- ? > \ ley church ? His Honor the'Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia and Lady Barnard, are graciously throwing open Government House, Victoria; on the afternoon bf'Aferil 19th,'for a. "Oaffb-dil Tea" under the auspices of the King's Daughter's. *' '�� > o ,* .T� .t. a , > : v Sold by all Drug gi at a mm**T SALT JW^ndty J. C. ENO, LlrnlUd, "Fruit Salt Worki," London, England. SoU[Agm/nJiKAoHh America: H AHOLD K. RITCHIE * COMPANY, LW.. 10 KoCaul St., TORONTO. A most interesting and unique meeting was held last,evening in'Wes-ley hall, under..the auspices of the Gamp Fire Girls. The. attendance was splendid, 40 '.members of the various girls' camp3';#el'6 "present, and about 100 others.- 1Mi*.ie,MEt' Ortogg, who is a guardian of the.FirwJpwsided. The girls rendered two choruses, tho one a word song, the other the regular Camp Fire Girls' song, "Wohelo." The subject for the evening's program was "An evening with the Alberta fn-drwm" X'tfl *riucjyal speaker of U�� TRY "CASCARETS" FOR LI Tonight! Clean Your Bowels and Stop Headache, Colda, Sour Stomach. ' j_, Get a1 Ifl-cent-"box now. Turn the rascals out-the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and bad colds-r-turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cas-carets. . ; Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and (lien and hover know the miserx,. caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or an upset stomach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let Uascnrets eleujiso your stomach; remove tne sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from.your liver and carry out ail the cong'ipated waste, matter and poison, in the bowels.; Then you wtill feel great, ' ' ' '."'. A Cascaret tonight straightens yoft out by morning. They work while yotj sleep. A ifRjent box from any drug store meane-a clear Ueafl; #wt>et~uU>m< ach and cleam healthy' liver arid bwvrel action for months. Children love Caa-carets because they never gripe or icken.-Advertisement I Time Is the Essence of Our Contract DENTISTRY-that, is good, honest, efficient and pains-tijking dentistry tan never he a matter of slap-dash, hurry up "next please" procedure. If we cared to make it so we could doubtless afford to reduce our already moderate prices. But we have too much regard for' the welfare ot our patients to say nothing ol proper puloe in our own profession. "High . Grade American Dentistry" ..indicates our early training in thfe foremost United States Colleges. The testimony of our -patients indicates that- i' 5 Dentistry At We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner* Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 OH Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lelhbridge k--; �:-^.-.-'.; i-'feTH.B'IIDGE, ALBERTA V,v '"'"''' CALGARY bFF!CE-*116A ElOHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. 18324825 ;