Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LKriBRinar, oxily iikrald thursday, April is. nm A. P. P. Aircst Man Wanted on Nine Charges of drain Theft After ail oxcitiiit: fh'.x-c ye^torday affornoon Doto(!i^�|' :ier> ii' f.'iofi of Rr:!iii in thai district. Miller was piok-up in the coulee^ �loui; ilio St. .Mmt-vs river .iboitt eiph'. Jiiilcs soiV.h of ilie city after a iiia.-i> of lotir .;r fiyr miles. From the .=!tory told by t!if police it apixvir.-; thm .'Millpr liart been iiiiticr puspiciou by the Cavdsjiou outiiosl for :^o^lle linic. ami beconiinK stispii'iotis lie was iincJer s-iirvoillntU'e lia lef: CnviU-ton. Yt?si?rday aflevuoon lie was walking alon.:; ilie Carciston trail north of MacnitU, eomins iu a north; erly lUroctlon. A iniin cume ulong iii an automobile and gavi> him ii ride, but on reaching tho Vat Hole the iiass-enRcr pot down and niatio hi.': '.v.iy to-warri.s the river. The driver of the "pr thousht this \vH8 sMspU'ious and on reacliinp Lelhbrfdge informe*! A. P. r. (if the rln-nmstani es. Uete.itivc llp?keth and Const. Warman went on> in the police ear �nd picked up t!ie lii.'.fin've'.'i trail by � footmark on the bank. The detective followed aloiij; the river on foot and Coiist. Warman hroupht up the lar. S\'liero tho river widens out to a flat about eisht miles south of the city, the detective me; a rider, and borrowinp: his horse soon overtook Miller, who states that l\e didn't know he was beinp followed. He was promptly arrested on suspicion, ami is stated by the police tu have I'onfessed to tite theft of grain oh nine counts. PEOPLE PREPARED I Many Local Youths Are Involved-May Join The 'Mounties'" ? ? : ! ? > '> > : ? ? : ? ? '' ? BANK CLEARINGS l.ast 'year ........ .'>l.|.il4.;iSS Decrease per cent. : � � .. ,. , .. A , .;, ,;, .;. .;. j), ,j. .;. You Look You know well eno CONSTIPATK As YOU FEEL ugh wlieri 5^our liver is loafing. kBT is the first warning; then you begin to "feel mean aU over." Your skin soon set* the bad new*, it KTow* dull, yellow, muddy and un-fSigblly. > Violent pnrgMtVM are not what yon need-just tbecentle help of thto old-time standard remedy. Small PIU. Small Dose. Small I>riee. A^SJP,f5*eV^^*,^* BARTER'S IRON PILLS joiUT colorl�M faces but ^r^wiil greatly help most pale-faced people. The projected new regiilntion? for I the ent'orceiuetn of (he military ser-' vice act .'irc holding ecjual phif o Willi. |t!ie reports of the war front aniouR iSo\\ihv>n\ .Mhortaits these days, and ' liiindred.s of vouuk' men arc eagerly I awaiting the action of parliainont on the matter. The principal feature of the new regulations goveniinp Class 1 in which , all exem)itions to young men from 1^0 ; io 1';; iiicliisive i.-^ that many yomtfr, \ men of rijai ;igc who are sonr, of ! farmers employed on farms, or farm hands, will now he called up and that ; e.vei/iptioi! will be sranted only on tho reconimeiulation of the minister of! militia himself. This feature of the new regulations! is likely to create some dissent auionp: the farmers but on tlie whole it is believed they will sec the necessity and. ii the governraent can show them that (arm labor will be supplied to take the places of tho men thus taken, there will be very little criticism. The fact that young men of 19 are to bo drafted has caused a stir iti many homes in the city. Four of the members of the basketball team are affected by the order and they are talking of volunteering in a body with the mounted police. Altogether the feeling seems to be that the situation is serious and must be met. and that sacrifices which are necessary must be made. m GAVE HBt ViNOiroR BRONCHITIS And it Cured Her-Read Mf�. Thayer's Letter WeM Soraerville. "I "uf- fered from a severe attack of bcon-chitin, with a terrible cough, no appetite, no energy, no strength and loss of sleep. The usual ttmedie* failed to help me. but they gave me Vinol and it restored my appetite, stopped the coagh and built up tny atrenfth so 1 am able to do my housework again."-Mrs. P. B. Thayer. We gnarantee Vlnol for chronic coughs, colds, bronchitis, because it is a constitutions! cod liver and iron remedy. Fonnula on every bottle. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM A CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldge Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. BIG STRIKE AT N.S. STEEL CO. New Glasgow. N. S.. April 16. -A general strike lias been declared nt the plant of the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company. About 5(X)0 men will be affected. For some days a dispute over recognition of the union has been going on between the Nova Scotia Coal .ind Steel Company and the workmen. The plants . affected are the Scotia steel plant. Western car plant, the Albion Machine company, the shell shop of J. W. Gumming and Son, and possibly the collieries in the county. s OPPOSED TO COOLIES To the Citizens of Lethbridge: In the* future the garbage collection will be made with the auto truck recently purchased by the City. It is our indention to save the cost of the machine in the first year out of the appropriation allowed for Scavenging. To ensure success it will be necessary that the Citizens themselves assist us by providing proper receptacles or garbage cans and place them at the rear of the lots, so that collectors may dump them into the truck without los5 of '.ime It will be impossible to collect ashes or garbage not placed in garbage cans which can be picked up and dumped. It is necessary to give instructions to our garbage men to this effect, and no gaiden refuse will be collected on any account. ^ ours truly, A. M. GRACE, Commissioner of Public Works. CITYWATERIT YET All CLEAR TilOHgh. owing to the fact that the standpipes and watennains have not yet all been cleaned out. .Sanitary inspector V.iilanee does not care to, give the word that the city water is free from all contamination, it is , nevertheless a fact that it c.in be used \ witli comparative safety. Eight sam- \ pies liave been tested this month. Of; these all eight from the river showed evidence of \eontamination. the aver- i age count being 290. Of the filtered ' water taken at the plant only two .uhowefl any evidence of eontamina-, tion and this was very slight, th^, couni being reduced to 27, which is ; more than satisfactory. The tests of \ water taken at the taps showed six ; free from contamination and two > slightly affected. SEND 10,000 SHEEP TO RANGES That 10,000 or more sheep will be sent to the mountain ranges from this district during the coming summer is the intimation given the C. P. R. by officials of the South Alberta Wool Growers Association. This number is likely to be considerably increased if plenty of range i.s made available. It Is stated that the Fincher Creek ranchers will send about 8000 to the reserves also. The C P. H. is arranging to build unloatling and loading facilities at Crow points to handle the traffic. H. H. Stevens Says Sufficient Man Power in Canada for the Work VANCOUVER Evans Montreal, April l,'^.-Coolie labor was strongly opposed by Ii. II. Stevens, M.P, for Vancouver, in an address last night before the Canadian Club of AVestmount, when he referred to it as "indentured labor" and asserted that there was stifficient man power latent in Canada to bridge the allied gaps in the ranks of men available tor the tasks facing tho nation if that man power were properly mobilized and handled. Mr. Stevens said that the introduction of a sub-servant race of men not free men, would endanger the democracy of Canada. Mr. Rutherford, who moved a vote of thanks to Mr. Stevens for his address, expressed tJte hope that British Columbians would allow some Asiatics to come in. to do work on railroads, etc., which Canadians felt themselves above doing, A petition that Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch resign from Sinai Temple because 01 alleged pro-Germanism, is being circulated- by members of his congregation in Chicago. "The best ever'' was the general expression of all who heard livan-golist Kagan's stirring mesaage last night at the Christian church. Mr. Fagan is jiroving himself to be a speaker of more than average ability. His tree flow of language and his warm hearted enthusiasm, together with liis knowledge of the Scriptures, hold the attention of the audience from first to last. An interesting feature of the meetings is that ao far the evangelist has read all his Scripture lessons from memory. ,^lany are wondering just how much of the New Testament he is able to quote. Last night Mr. Fagan traced in a most interesting manner the story ot .Moses leading the Israelites from slavery in Egypt, through the wilderness to the promised land, and showed how this illustrates Jesus leading the sinner from his bondage in sin, through the church into heaven. His closing statement was, "The only way to prepare for death is to prepare for life by accepting Christ and putting His teachings into daily practice.'' Mrs. Fagan led the atidience in a rou.'jing song service, and also 'He-lighted them with another beautiful solo. She v.ill sing at every service this week. Tho evangelist's message for tonight is "The Last Night in Sodom." He promised liis hearers a warn; time. How Blueejay Ends Coras A is a thin, soft pad which stops the pain by relieyinK the pressure. Vk is the B�Bl.B wax, which gently undermines the ^ corn. Usually it takes only 48 hours to end the corn completely. fT^ is rubber adhesive, which sticks without wetting. ^ It wraps around the toe and makes the plaster snug and comfortable. Btue-jay is applied in a jiily. that� one doesn't feel the corn, action is gentle, and applied the corn alone. So the corn disappears without soreness. Your Corn Cati't Resist Blue-jay Blue-jay is the gentle way-but certain. Relief is instant, then the corn cornea eat in 48 hours. The little spot of B;|^B medicated wax covers only the corn Itself. It is thr dainty, clean way. Harsh liquids are mussy and dangerous. Paring mt([ht bring infection. Millions of people have used Blue-jay for years. At the slightest appsarance of a coin they i^t on Bluo-jay Plaster. One plaster is usually sufllcient; once in a while an old, stubborn corn requires a second. Try the Blue-jay way tonight. It means freedom forever from aching corns. Blue-jay Piasters at all druggists-25c per package. Also filue-jay Bunion Plasters. BAUER & BLACK, MaJr.rs ef SargiccA Drmuing* CWeaco Toranto ffew 'Vork Blue�jay Corn Plasters Stop Pain Instantly-End Corng Completely Large package 25c at Druggists. Small package discontinued. fleet >s in hiding-Contrasting the British fleet in the Cattegat with the German raids in the Straits of Dover, ihe Daily Telegraph points out that while the Germans in their bases on the Belgian coast are only 20 miles from the straits, the exploit in Cattegat was a carefully planned operation of over 500 miles from the nearest point on the British coast. NO DOUBT ABOUT THE BRITISH FLEET London, April 18-British naval success against German mine sweepers in the Cattegat recently, says the DaMy Telegraph, is sufficient answer to the (Sfcrmans who say that the British grand BOVRIL Aids the Digestion of F00d7.it* Canada Land & Irrigation Co. Ltd. 530,000 Acres Dry And Irregable Lands These lands are in the district between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company are looking for bonafide settlers. We would be pleased to have you inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all enquiries direct through the Company's office at Medicine Hat. We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT Canada Land & Irrigation Co. Ltd. SPECL\L FISH SALE ON FRIDAY We are again reminded by the FOOD CONTROLLER that not%^thstanduig the large quantity of Fish we are handling in Lethbridge we are still short of the amouift the Government expects us to sell, that is according to the population of this City. The great cry at the present time is CONSERVE THE MEAT SUPPLY and everyone can help in doing so, by eating^ish at least twice a week. mm Box 677 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Phone 2428 Our Stocks Are Large and Comprise the following: Fresh Herring Kippered Cod Finnan Haddie Sea Trout Fresh Spring Salmon Ling Cod Black Cod Plaice Chicken Halibut Soles Smelts Brills THE GOVERNMENT PRICE THIS WEEK ON ALL KINDS OF FLAT FISH IS per pound EAT FISH FOR HEALTH AND ECONOMY P. BURNS & Co., Ltd. MAIN MARKET.-3RD AVE. SOUTH, PHONES 412 * -13B8 DOMINION MARKET - COR. 4TH AVE. & 6TH ST. S.. PHONE 1664 PALACE KARKET--13TH ST. N, PHONE 431 i.....J:...................................It,.,.........fl.... 07739135 ?99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999?