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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BIGHT Tin: i>n inninr.r n.\n.Y hkhaij) rUl'RSDAY. APBIL 18. 1918 CHASED HIM FIVE MIIESBYFOOTPIT A. P. P. Arrrnt Man Wanted on Nine Chargeii of (train Theft After an i-v, itii ;'.i i ^(>..�r.!sv nftrrnoon D-rr, v.- ^n-iK li -i,! i ("miKl, Wurraat\ uf A iV !' i- 1,.-i up Hfrnian P Mill>>; 'ti !� ' Mul"; �.vii'^ k-I I'll u]i in flio is rivi-r ttiou' t-icli *'ii!'h iif lip ri'y n!u i .� iiwi-.' ri .u>imi .o'ls 1:1: � \:'- w.i-i iHuI'v -Mi'.x I'll f '1.' . 1- j Ci'-SMii ^'���::M�li.l. .il'liM iliMiii I Hits xs.iiKini: iiLiiie Ciird'^tDn triul nortli of Maitrath. rominit In n north prly illrritlon. A man rani�> ulnnn in �n automobile ami itavc him a rirfc. hut on n-arhlnn tho Vot HpIo th imkk-oiiKPr rot ilown anil niaili> hi-* '.v.o- to wanlo tho rivpr Th^ ilrivp; iif tho �;'r t;>oiiRht mis wan ""mud iii.i* �;ii| on r'>aiiii'iit I^thbrlrt�f iiiforni^il "1 � A I" I' of Ihp rlro!ti o car iir't ;>ii k�'il up t;if nii.i'ivt>i � loottiiii: li im thr hiiiil; Thr ilPtiMtivi- foUowoil iiloiit. till' river on foo' anil ConH" Warinaii lirouiiht up thr iHr Wlirro lhi> ri\i't wiiliMiH out to a flat alioul ivdht niil.'s ! ilrfiMfivo nio; a I iilT. anil horrowinK I'.if horsi- soon ovprtool : Til'.- �.'.'k . . . ^. . A A A ,gi .;. .> .> .;. !i;i 11 II III! ini" haniN. 1 XI'llip* You Look As YOU FEEL You know well enough when four liver is loafing. CONSTIPATIOK iiS: l?-:-iiint t'lans I in wliii li , .-\i-m|i: 101;- to yimnB nion from 'Jn ' o ;i,,;ii-i\r I- thai many youi.g 'i.i! .lui- wliij aro son--, of ; i-iaii'iox i-.l on farms, i-ir fii-,-m will nmv 111' 1 nllpil lip anil that mil \\,;\ h- craiiiril only on tho 'I'limiiii.'iiil.ii 11111 01 ilif miniitiT of tililit-.M Inlini'lf. Tir.-i f.-iiti:;-.- of ilic n.'W roRiiIfttions ' iik.'lv ;i' . ..-ate somo (ii-�soi(t anionic 111.' faitii.'iliiit on the wholi' it i;, 'u-lii-v.'.: lii.'v will iipo tho noi-PM-ity aiiil 1: ill' Bov-��rnrapn( ran ..iJioH ; 1I1111-. Ill,It i.irm labor will be supplii'il I III i.il�.- Ml.' (ijai i\-4 of thp nipn tlius^ Mki-ii, ilirii- will lio vpry lliilc iiii' : i-ni Till- f,i.  that younn mon of 1!> aro III h.' ilrafioil lia." raueem! patita. no tntrgy. no atrcnKth and Iota of altap. Tha usual ramcdlca faHtd to halp mt, but thcjr cava ma Vinol and it reatorcd my appatita^ stoppad tha coofh and built up ny ttrcnfth ao I am able to do my heuaa-work a(ain."~Mrs. P. B. Thayer. We gnarantaa Vino] for chronic coush*. colda. bronchitis, bccauie it it a conatitutional co ' fif'o from all eoiitumliiation. it is iievrrtlipIesR a fatt fhat it can be uned with (Oniparative safety. Kishf .sani-pit's !ia\e boon rented tills month, or : 'h^-se all eight from tiie river showeil 'Vidence of .contaminBtion. the aver- , age count belnR 2!>t>, Of the fnt.red wal.r taken at the plant only two -hnw.ii any evidence of coiitaniina-lioii ami this was very slight, tlu^ coun; h.^iPK reduced to :;T, which is more llian satisfactory, Th,' tests of water takcMi at the taps showed six free fiom 1 ontaiiiination and two ' slightly affected VANCOUVER Evans I ,Monfreal. April 1'^--I'oolie labor' was Kirongly oppo-i-il h- 11 it, Ste-j vens, MP, for \'a:u uuv.r. in an address last night betore the f'anadian | I'Uib of Westmount. when he referred ; to It as -indentiind liilmf and as-j sorted that there \' as siifficlont man ' power latent in t'jiiiii,! -i hrldRe the) allied Raps in tho r.inKs of men avail-alile fill- the t��k.s f.n inK tlie nation if that man power wii.' properly iiiDbillied and hatidlod .Mr. Steven,'* said that the inliodii lion of a sub-� servant rare of men 11 .t free men. would endanger tin il'iiiocracy of Canada, .Mr, Rutheri'crd. nlio moved a vote of tlianKs to Mr. St' v.-, - for hi^ ad-dres.s. expre.sied the li ii.e t.'iat Brl-ti.sh roluQibians would a'.'.ow some .\siati(-.s to coine in. 10 do work on railroads, etc.. whii h lanadiaus felt theni.-'elve- above .loiiip .\ petition thut ll.ilihi Kmil C, lliriill resign from Sini.i Temple because i>r alleged ii.- . Ucniianism is lieins circulated 'ly members of his rongregaiini in fiiicai?i). 'Til.' best ever" Wii,'> !he gonerftl osprepslon of all wlio heard l-'.van-Kolist Kag;'ns stirring message last niKbt a; the ClnlstiHii church, Mr, Kagan is iirovlnp hiniBelf to he a speaker of more ttian averaKo ability, Uis free flow- of language and bis warm hearted enthusiasm, together with his knowledge of tho Scripturer,, hold the atteutiun of the audience from tlrsl to lasi, .\n infero-ifiiiK feaiure of tlie meetings is that so far the �'vangeltsl has load all his Scripture lps.'4on� from memory .Many ar.' wondering Jnsi how nju.'h of the New- Testament he Is able to ((uote. Last night .Mr. Fagnn traced In a moat Interesting manner the story ct Moses leading the Israelites from slavery in Kgypt, tlirouEh the wllder-nfcSM to the pro!iii)c,iy to piepar.' for deaiii is to pi-epare idr lllo by accepting Clirist and potting ili^ teiuhings into duily pracrlce ' Mrs. Pagan led tlio audience In a rousing song servii-.;. and also Vt-lighted them with another beautifnl solo. She will sing at every service this week. Tho evangelist's mos.sage for to night Is "The I.ast Night in Sodom." Ho priimfiHil ill.-* hearers a warm time HowBlue�j B 8 Gnus is  thin, s(kt pad which stops the pain by rcUtvint the pressure. is the BCttB wax, which gently undermines the com. Usually it taken only 48 hours to end the com completely. is rubber adhesive, which sticks without wetting. ^ It wraps around the toe and makes the plaster snug and comfortable. Blue-jay is applied in a iif^. After thntt one doesn't feel the com. The action is gentle, and applied to the corn alone. So the corn disappears without soreness. Your Com Caai't Resist Blue-jay Btue-iay ii thr gentle way -but certain. Relief is Instant, then the corn cornea a�t in 41 hours. Thr little jipot of B horn corn reqairei, a second. Try the Blue-jay way tonight. It means freedom forever from aching corns. Blue-Jay Plasters at all druggists-2Sc per package. Alio Blue-jay Bunion Plasters. BAUER � BLACK, Makers tf Surgicml DrMsinfe Cilteace Taeaato New York Blue�jay Cora Plasters Stop Pain Irutantfy-Emd Corna Complttely Large package 25c at Oruggicte. !>iiia1l package dlsrontta ued. fleet Is in hiding. Contrasting the British fleet in tha Cattegat with the German raids ir the Straits of Dover, lihe Daily Telegraph points out that while the Germans in their bases on the Belgian coaat 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 Daily Telegraph, is sufficient answer to the (Armans who say that the British grand BOVRIL Aids the Digestion of Food mi. SEND 10,000 SHEEP TO RANGES That ID.Of.ii or more sheep will be , sent to the mountain ranges from this ; rli-!tric; during the coming summer id Ling Cod Black Cod Plaice Soles Smelts Brills Finnan Haddie Sea Trout 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 MARKIT.-tRO AVg, SOUTH, DOMINION MARKET - COR. 4TH PALACE MARKET-13TH ST. N, PHONIS 412 * IMS AVE. 4 STM ST. 8., PHONE 1664 PHONt 431 07739135 643366 ;