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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IIIK LF.TMBnmr.r. PMI.Y MlllALD PACi: \INR ARRESeONA E W�ntc(l on  chgrgo of hlKr.niy. Don T>nvtii wa* plcknd up fhln riKirniiii; hy I)�!tnrtl�� HwRnth iif tlio Allnrta pollro. A warrant tji lu-iil mr DiivIk �t M� �nnt thi>r� tor pmUtnlnary hnarliiK. Th�i iirent iWM made on h dc^Hcriptlon for rnrdt^d bjr tke Mdii'inp Itnt dflnch oifnt of "D  dlTJulon, i>av:i comeii from the rntti il StutnB, �h�r iiiiil that the iniraaae In acrcagi* will be rroin (1) to 100 por cent. A STIRRING APPEAL For Bilious Troubles That heavy headache, torpid liver, sick stotn^h, bitter taste in mouth, furred tongue, dull eyes and muddy skin, all come fran a poor supply of bile. These unhealthy conditions are promptly corrected by Upius which stimulate the liver, nsulate the flow of bile, sweeten the stomach, and renew healthy bowel action. A household remedy ap->roved by Sixty years of pubic service. ^ For every-day illnesses, Beecham's Pills are a tested Remedy UiiMlf fh ml Ay, >Hfa�� �� *g W�dd. mrs. FAGAN Mr^ M. II. KuRiin. 1h loadinp; iln' iUiiKiiiK ill 111" ifvivHl iiu'etiDR iit tlif CliriKliaii Cliurdi and i'.tcIi 'n. but that wt; uliould k(ve attention first to thilkRii Hpiritiml Somp people put money first. Make money yopr Hcrvanl and If will .serve yon well; make it your king and yon will �im)n lie Its slave. AH should be happy. C'liiisI was a happy man. True halipiiic's.s IR u produet of rixhteoUK-nesN. A man'k OHtltnatA of valMiw Js llie detcrmlnlnc faetor in bin life." At the close of thp service there were two deci.slons lor ChrlHt. Tonti^ht the cvangellnt will speak on "A .Man I'p a Tree." Mrs. FaRan will Hinx- "His Kya la on the Sparrow" � - " ' - ' A. K. .MeUfhlln, St. Tboiuaa sna lyst fur a number of years, has received official notttication that, h* ^  �     * � > : �: o �fr PERSONAL v : > Mrs M. Cooiiil. ' i , , nt the we�^ii4 y.itc > n .i::d I wife, ,\ir. itn'd Rl: '. '  � 1 |. Ill iliis city.     Mr:r(Ia)i' not had been appointed food esa&ilner uu der the .\dulteruted Kood Act for the city of St. Thomas. ADAMS HACK IMX ' 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. There it a v�ell-defined goina the rounda recently that Commitaloner Grace will tender his resignation as a membar of the city council in June. The rumor has been pasied about for several days, it being stated that the commistioner's coar mine and other intarcsts ara now auqh as to require hit whole time. Ths Herald mentioned the rumor to Mr, Grace a few daya ago but at that time he said thare was nothing to it. However, the story persists and some of hia friahd* declare there is good ground far' it. Iii're he �I'A go to th" Indian' : li' s I'arlv Irllip.-'. lirr.v ;h,:ii pl.ii'i' to �),i-y ..I'll icil oil rt, iTi p.i � ' ol' tin- iTiiv ;ii( � ii;. w ly of 1 i'll' rii:ir :i � i: i!;. -ijrS.i), iM �.>i)i>in.> . � lit till' Initi.i:--; ill" . 1 ..ndii i 11.- Ill' 1'.' ". Ii : .i'i'.i J -i ;j i ii-i il"ll' ivi>; w .r. .. ulr-. alll nil ' u (1 -HI :,Iiill;. Ml " lull t 111.1 ill ti.Miiljl'' hii.,'"-r i .Hid v\ � II iii'ii 111" Inill.ip i III" r.iivi'i iiiiuiii i.iK. sonir oa .1 '�.-.Di'i'ii'il i I"' Sfiwn nil III I Ii i tl. Ill", II i;;, Ii:. . i.ilcn f. 11 .1. tii.'s" plillll. lliMy w i: ii::ir; Cli;. lu.'l H. i'l' i Ii ll|ih:i,i- ,!\ V,'til .1 1. ,\ he "111 i I" I " 1 t ii".'" J|lim;l" � , � r.viiii- ill \"i'. mail.- "I itpai  liiriilMli".! '|ii!rl> ri'(i-ii"d riitiiiii luday ili"> .It" lar,;" ,m alf. ai"l I id.i ; |p 'i I'liiii l.irii; .11 n \-. iHMt V- il! 1 " ". \ " I 111 - .�inllu; : "liiM 1 k;iIII" idi iiifc.'" Ill ti..' l-.'!i;'liiil-, lif.' 'I'll 11 IV \ ��:!r-i ai:i' re liftiui" u :i:-.iiiiiiM'r-. |i;ii 'it ill" -,111. ,;iiil lii'li.-v. d thai Ml I'l iiiaic" tlti-ii '\.j.-i ii"cesi*Miy II" Cdl.l of s'l" :-t:;id and hav. H ii! ~hill ,11 ""illlllll" il ill'iii" I li"iii-"lv"4 ilii; hmr iiMiitt( men � 1 " 'ir i.iy I inner- 1 �[� ' YOU KNOW, no matter what precao-^ 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 fhe sore place becomes infected by germs and dust from the surrounding air. YOU KNOW Zam-Riik is the best remedy for this purpose. Then don't forget to keep a supply on hand for emergencies. Zam-Buk prevents any ppoisoning, ends pain and ensurea quick healing. To both employer and employee this means a saving of time, and consequently a saving of money. Safeguard yourself, there* fore, 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 $l.2.'�. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, SEND FOR FREE TRIAL BOX, enclosing Ic sump for return ^posuge. '1 i('H"ri ni'iu'rie i ill .1 � Mr. .> * *  __ * ' � -'A aOClAL dVENTS Aiii.slerdum, April 16.-North of St. Mihiel on Saturday night. BayH a WoHf,  � � a � � �i*��a��I Bureau despatch from BerUn dated; ^ * ^-t ".^ v ^ ;iii-i 111"/ went the inure ai 'iinili." flieii if i. would brioni". Tlie iinlilue I'i'atiii.- nf 111" ' vriiinK. li.AVi'Vei''. was till' iiri - p'" o Mr. ainl Mr.'*. Jo^"!j!i",* nV 111" n-.-ervt-'I'licy were bofli lir"^.-'"l in ilieii' na til) cosliiines and ii'iaiiie mi" .-.uli j"""- 01 a freat di'iil nt iiiMi-^iiy and �jlnlWesi to t'loso prr.sent. .Mr lleal-(> s ticml deal of amusem. �5' atiif)nK Uie young pi  s(!veial Indian signs and sayings '''i.SiK'h waa the luferesi created by yiv. I and Mrs llealey tliul the Kirls gatli-ernd around th"m. examined their ili'uss. atiKed nil kiriil.s 01 ine.-itionH, 'and secured the promise liiat. they would vi'lurn in three weelts. .May I iltli. and he present at a (irand Cuiio-I'll l'"lrp. u concert that Is being pre-i r,i>iit"il by the girlj*. A very hearty vote of titankifi preaenled by .\II�r New  man and Miss i>eir�ion, to the speak ers of the evening brought a moat loic ! cc'�i)lnl evwiitig to a close. �HI r*iMMttsiuiiiiia�tt�%tutM\t\\\�^\ meal j)arl iniiarly , [jeople by �ivin>! I Hon X. \V Kowell, Hon. IloUolplie I 1,1'inl) ux. Hon Charles Murphy, ami I .Messrs. Cronyn. tlreen. t.aimfnie (St. ------- i.laniesi, Xesbttf, .N'lckle, McCnrdy: Ottawa. April 1".-^The siiioiatroiii* l'"'ent. ::.dman, Boas. Suther. luiilei' of 111" house named to consider 1Turriff. ii"il re])i>ri iii>on f^e-Ti'nsi^nrt hoard. 1 Mr. Kowell presuniahlr will bo nam-II. iisiois rcRiilatiotis and the efficleiu-y p,| as chairman of the rommittee Which or otheiwise "f 'he^r..ller �i>minlnn-and Ibelr .!"liendenii^. consists of the followmK �P�' POLICE HEARTILY CO-OPERATING The BTinot'il d hall by the- Ken hiKhl �u.> ^ Kfi satisfactory in ev who" were in cluirgiir'-i ,eld uii'ihe K'. I> Hsoi iaiton liMt l^ejuti' and yi'iy to � tho,f ��>�*�4'�'���4�� -> CHURCHES ANtp.'SpCIEjTIES O ADAMS ^ Pure Chewing Gum ^ Ottawa. April IS-The Panada Food Board announced today that the provincial and municipal police all over Canada are co-operating heartily wilh the board In enforcing the new public eating iiluce regulations Already ! heavy finaa have been imposed In sev- j eral cases us a result of action instl-j luted by the authorities under the new ! order and ignorance of the law has not been admitted as an excuse, j A full supply of copies of thi^ order I arc tiow in the hands of chlefn of provincial and municipal police In all parta ot Canada and i)roprietor� of hotels, restaurants, cafes and other eating places' inclnded under the order may secure copies upon uppliea-Uon to their local police. WANT INCREASED RATES Washington, Apr. 16-The Great Northern railroad today applied to the Interstate commerce commission tor Increased storage, handling and lOHUrance charges on westbound Can-Bdlan shipments at Uuluth, Gladstone, Mich, and Superior, Wis. A variety of commodities are Included in the proposed increaip. The Thistle .Scv.iiig Circle will mcci with .Mrs. Dousall ;ii!t litli St. S.. on Wednesday afternoon lor Kcd Cross sewing. Tlie Next-of-i-; ill day on July Isl. � ra holding a laR The Willard \V C.T.l'. will meet with Mrs. KldiuiUi, .'.l!i l.'th .St A .North, on Saiiu'day afternoon. A full attendance i.-, rci|iicsied. � � � The last Ici nin' of fUe first i'oiir�e of the Kirst .\U\ cla-ses will be given by Chief Hardy tomorrow night at T.'IO in the triangle room of Die y..M. V.A. All tlio.'ii' intending to try ilie examination must be present. 4. ; general  The llrllish Hod Cro-'s and V.A.D ' .Mirker.s in London have npi-ned their own comiiiiinal Mtilien and canteen ;! Devon-illire House Sir Arthur Stanley, chairman of tlie Ueil Cross .loint War loniinii ice. and l.ady Amptliill, chairman of the Joint Wonien'^ Y. .\ I), department, lunch I'd at the informal oiiening with tlie licads of il''|)iirlini-nis and nearly four iiiindic'l iiii'inliers of tln' v. .\. i), and of the staff at the lied Cross head ijiiarler.-i. ... Ills Honor, I-leiiieuaiit-dover nor of llritisli Columbia and l.ady llirnard. lent tiieir patronage to Ihs ball which was given with such conspicuous success at the Kmpress hotel. Victoria, on April .'!rd. by the French lied Cross Society. .\ great many well-known people were pretient and the event watt one of the most ilcHglitfnl affairs of tlie season. Spring Suits made to measure. Designed and tailored . to your individual order by the greatest tailoring orgmnintfon in the Dominion. Let Fit-Reform be your ^ilor. I His Honor the Meutitnunt-d'overnor ,, *, . -of HritisU (Columbia and I.ndy Bar The A\.M.b of Wesley church will 1 ,;,r,l. are graciously throwing open hold an open meeting tomorrow night (ioverniuent House. Vjeioria. on the at eight o'clock lu th� church. There I afternoon of � AftrJIlSfb, for a "Daffo-wlll be lantern slides illustrating our all Tea" under the auspices of the 1 work in Japan: also- special munic : Kins's Uauchtei U.K. tomorrow 1 Wednesday* at elKlii i * o'clock sharp in the auditorium of tiie Y M,C.A. I * CLEARNESS of head depend.s iip^n , cleanlJaesspf body -inside and out. h men of actij(� mfiwls ward aa active v*ith their Boows, th� chafes arSltliut t)iey woiild not suf-far from biltoiflileM/aour stoiriuch, constipation and IcimfrMl dliimJm, It ,is to AucU inah lhat Bno'a Fruit Sil| Irivaa Us value as n gentle, �ale anil unfiiRi% ;ra|(ula(or nf the dtfeative and eliminative fy�t�in. S^ld hy aH Orug9iat$ Boing n'natural aperient-that is, cotnposed of alV clcansiinff and tonic elcinflltii of iipv fruit jukM-it performs it.s worlss aa4 vigor that can only arise from a sound, active physical condition. !S mUlT SALT C. BNO. Uwltad. "l W��lM." UMaa. iasiaad. �iwr. Ud.. tSaaCaul St.. TaaONTO. Any soldiers wife, mother or dependants wishing assiatance in digging their gardens, are asked to communicate with tlic regent Sir Alexander Ualt Chapter l.O.U.K., phone ll'.is, or Mr. Puvidson. princi|>al of Cun tral school. It is liojied if the demand warrants it to organi/.e the boys of the city schools m do this most patriotic work. The boys ol the Central school are already at work, and have taken, up the idea most enthusiasilc ally. . . r. In compliment to Aladame � 1 ley church > j* � � (�>*�tliers. Mr�.i(X, W' Ortwg, who is a gtwrdlan nt ihe.flnif pi�st4ed. The glrU rendered two ehoruaaa, the (me � word aong, tbe other the regular Cann rir* Olrla' aong, "Wohelo." The aablact for tbe eveBiug'a trogram waa "Ab avanlBg with the Alberta In aRITISH MISSIONS � ------ � A Canadian Atlantic I'ort, * April Ki- Two mis-  sions to the United States ar- rived here today and will pro-  caed soon to New York.  McKELVIE & McGUIKE LETHBRIDGE ' I ? ^^9^��|^4l��|^�|>�� 1RY"CASIMTS"F0II LIVER AND BOWELS Tonight! Ctaan Your Bowela and Step Hsadaehe, Colda, Sour Stomach. _i-- Get a I