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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGfTP THE LETHBRlpGF. DAIJ Y tfRRALD TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1918 > A .S -> > IGNORED IN ^ 4> . ^pitcf* h.is/r^ til stij>;iiPij);':i: .'he i" Ikisli labor lonvi-ii-i(;r- !i (lay's ces�;iiion m' V. v!iU as a proiost against con-M-ri!>i;o!i was abaoUilt'ly in-i'.;ir-.'d in l!c!f�K;; and llic itorlli of Iroiand. says a Cfiural Xi'ws ((pspatiii fi-oui li.'ha.s; Ui,ia\. \\'orl; ui'iu 0:1 as i;sn:ii. iUp i!iessaKi> loporl^. ;'.nd t'\vM'. 7),ey ' apti yonni; iiten are tilM'lyi'rt: eve.-y : lioni. There is .cretiter activity tirouiiu i tile Oarnvcks than for months past. .\. iUi-.g(> pnniber of the reeeniits will leave on Saturday for tniinins; iiiiarl-ers tit !;ci,'in;!. I'er square foot v. I'.iio tlie �^'.f re t(i he .^.j^^s^ed tit ^ lieclare.l tii*; the eomtv.issiaiiers iiad, been tooled by thi' stories of lalni. ions eantitics of ih.e demists, Tlie ciuiueil iror.iisod t'.i vvdue).' the tiffare. Vv. l,.ifferty was present for the .". new pl!>n of floor and yardage space jissessiuet',; it woitU! be $ I'e-. The | other Itimher firm.? ivonJd be siiiiihir-l ly aftecteti. They fii.Dwed that ilieyi jilrcady pay their .'ejtular tjxes. and; -.1 i;esvy hii.sJneso -tax iuto the bar-, sain vvoiihl be riiinons. i The whcue- schedule of rates ati-; jisars to be in for some revision. � in.Er of vhis xiwAl seeiui; it in print, tie lias no tjoiiied up. h'e is aiiO-iiierictii! citizfp.. I'aris. .March IS.- (Correspondotico 'Of file A. r.) -rnnies of a bottle of � ether issed to revive ;i fainting woni-en. mi-iiaken for asphyxit^tiiig .e-is from a bomb diopped by a German air raider c.uised a. panic an the: Metro-iiolilun subway stmioii in which sixty or tiioi-e v.'ottien anil children were i crnslied to death or smotiiereil durinp ; the Ihin raid on the night of March ,11. I Tlie crowii had remained outside ilio i .subway station waiting to hear the iCenuaii bomb explode before tnUin.? � ill cover. A wonimi in tiie crowd foci-(I:i,f, ill her linsbaiiii held a' flask ot I ethei; to her 110,'e. ; �Wiiac n snicH" s-aid someone. The ' reinarJc. overhean! httck in the crowd, was taken to sug.ttest gas. From that j Ott.Twa. Ai-ir;i -An incfease of ::-Ml.i.l'ni;.04-! in tlie'* trade of Can-Ki.'! � rrjrin.s; the fiscal, year ended on Marcli lasi. is shown by tiie monthly state- .-Lie!' to "asphyxiatins gas" vvas easy. I niSrt is.sne:l througii the cnstolns tie- [.1 tess time titan it t^cptires to tell it ;-.artnien!.~ COLLAPLS fOR SPRIWG . Casco - 2 vs in. Clyde- 2'/* he siatemont shov.-s that at the end of the financial year the gratid iotv'l of Tanadian e'xport.= unti imports v.tis $J..")i;4.46J.21.">. as against ?2.:;49.-ITii.lT!. a; the end of i;tTT. Doi^esiic mereliaitdise exijorted from Canada l;ist yenr totiilled SI,.t4!i.oi!7.T7S while the imports liHrins tli*' same period v,-erp ?;)'j;;.."C1.^47. Foreign merclitin-dise iTjis exiJorieti to the total of $411.-142.(104. Ibiti.iblp goods to the amount of the report w-eiit throuKh the crowd ! liuit tile liist bomb that o opened until Vi.gcore of children an'i tv,-o score women perished. False lists of places where bomb.s fell were t.-irs left tneir setits when 'he last ; 1M7. ilie total trtide was $2;in.722.77-J , n-id v.-as announced toward the mid-! ;'viul.' iluri-ag the past .month it ans-;dle of the performance. cuniPil :o only Sl:t!.7.;7..';.'12. Of torsi Throngiiont the raid there wtre total j'fJ.iS.").^.^!* represented inerchan- peoi>!p in the streets ii� every quarter 'Use entereu lor consumption in Tan- in Faris. There were more thiMi' a W. H. Irwtn, clerk of llie Olatrict .Court since the csttihlishiiient of the Lethbridsc judiciiif f.r'. UOYTiCKEIAGENI a.iii the exports wtailed $!fi, , .o99.(,m 101.. Ex (Stomach to becoice filled with undi- IE * > ? ANNIVERSARY ? > PROCLAMATION ; �  > A .f > > The Sovoreipn Oratul Lodge of the Ipdependent Ordo,.' of Odd Follows, office of tli'a Grand Sire: To the officers and memLors of the hulepcnt!-oaT Onlor of Odd l'"ellows: This war | presents to Odd I'VdUlwship a greater j cppc.rtunity than ever before to prove it.s valtip to hiiniaiiity. The very e-ciil-enco ot civilhuUUm, liuniiva liberty and d'Ptnocracy are threatoiind. \'\'ome:; and Mttle children are dyln.g by llioi: ; Mnuds in Europe and ..\sia Irom star, i vation and other causes brought on by (Jils war. "The worW is stunTied v.lth the ! g'dRBtly and cowardly c.riiuos, more in luimher and gr."ii(pr hi hntn-il Ihtuj i Uicie of the Roman Catisars comhiii-od." In (hiti world crisis our (Irder is en-doavoriji.g to do its duly. All (Idd Fellow soldiers nre relieved from i the payment of duos while the war '. lasts, and we, who remain at home in [ safety and comfort are payin,g -the j benefits of those who are fighling a;ul dyinp for 'the protection of the j world's liberty. We arc helping our ! Govarnment conserve food; we tue i buying government seci'irllics: up arc' subscribing to tlip Ucd Cross, which is � by far the greatest practical bcuefic. ' enco of the age, We are bitlldinij. ril 2i;, 101S, the .\inety-Ninth Anniversary of the institution of our order by ap-iwopriale services and by public thanksgiving to Almighty God, J"or His manifold mercies unto us as in-! dlvidtiais and a.s an Order. Hone ati Denver. Colorado," in Friendship, L-avc! and Truth, this 2i;ih day of February, j Anno Domini, nineteen hundred a.Tti Assisimio .Aiii.'^tcrthDii, Ayril 2,'!.-According 1(1 auviccs from Herlin. Imperial Chancellor \'o;i llertlitig. on behalf o:' (he cinpcror.'-', received the lOsthe-nliai .'ind liivoiiian drle.gathins which have just arrived nt main he.'idiimir-ti.M's. l-ie iirnniiscd then) assistance ill tlioir ih^sire 10 separtuc from Kus-sia and cxpri-B-Mcd Jiii.; readiness 10 recognize ttiiMr seiirrratcd rc/'lons'as an ,'nilonomoiifl slate, lie added that the einiipror vvould graciously take into consideration, (he .l.andi'sral's o.-tiu'csspd desire for a-uniform m-.m-archial constitutional stale in iier-soual union with tlic crown of Prussia and would communicaie his de-elHlon l;\J.pr" to the. .Landesrat. pigi'leen. am! Aif the instltullon of .-American Odd FcUowslilp the ninety-nitiih year. l''RAN-K C. GOUl.fY. (Irand Slro. ,-\ttost: .John n. C.ooilwln, Crraiid Secrptary, ORION wn CorrBBpondirnt) Orion. April IP.- -The ladles ot Or-Irm and district have helped the Rod Cross hi the past and are not losiiiff (heir IntfiiTHt In the society. Last Friday t>, mimbcr of ladies met at the homo of .Mrs. Paul! anii speiit the af-' Ic.rnoon In Red Cross sewinip, tho grotiler part of tM. Red Cross work i�.^ don ill -':parp lime In the homo of the ladies.  The new vans for conveying tlin scholars to nnd from school nrrived' last week and have been used this � eek. SAVE TKE BABIES : ; : : : : :  : It HALF SUBSCRIBED Wiishiiiglon. April %l-The � third Llheyy Loan is half subscribed. Two Federal reserve  districts have filled their quota  St. LoitlK and Minneapolis- ' the lafter having entered tho � campaign on^y one week ago. ? ,gested food, -wfhich sours and termeai* like garbage.in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold miserj--Indigestion, foul gases, bad breclh, yel-;Iow skin, mental fears, everythlDg tuat Is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight -will give, your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and | straighten you out by morning. They , jwork -while you slftftp-a l')-cent box liundred oti tlie Place de I'Opega just out the entrance to one of the subway shelter;. AC every corner people j caught away from their lioraes. dis-j (laining offered shelters and groping, their way liomev.-ard as well as they 1 cojld_ e'ii iiuii.KPd information as to where they were, unable to perceive ports of I domefitic agricultural products reached a total of S:j(^7.7l;-i.,"iS-4 :!!!'! ar.iraal proflncis exported cmount-. tiuytliing in the iiitch darkness, ed to .?172.74o.pS1. Prot'ucts of Can-; All persons abroad had the right to : aiiiaii fr�rests were sent oi/Wof the enter the first building they came to country to the amount of .'?.5O99.704. ' and doors w?re opened at the firnt and Canadian mineral products ex-j summons, bur t!ie wayfarer in most_ porled totalled $7H.7tiO.."i02. leases simply .wanieJ to know, where ------ - ; he wa.s. BELGIANS SHOT j Muiidreds fe'il their way through Amslen'.am. April ^^..-'-.'^ despatch ; heajis of b.vokeu glass -and climbed �from your druggist w"ill keep you feel- f''�T ^ pointy (ui ih'e Belgian border^ ever debris ;jt point,=i wiiere bombs had ing good for months. Millions' of men reports that fourteen iieigians. in-; just falleii giving them the sensation find women take a Cascaret now and ' eluding a priest and a nun, have beenof scrambling ovei- a .battlefield. Paris .'then to keep their stomach, liver and ' ��i'""' '-' -\utwerp on the charge of 1 Imd heconte a i>art of 'the front." ;bowels regulated, and never know ; '^�'^pionage. *" miserable moment. Don't forget the ' Cerraans. the despatch says, children-their little insides need a .abandoned their custom of aik jjood, gentle ;;iean3ing, too.-Advert r.ouneing the.se e.vecuiions on red [ j posters. ' 1 "What's the news?" "Fit-Reform is shoeing the nev/ Spring Styles in Suits and Overcoats. "Come on. Let's drop in and see their fine Imported Woollens.' O'her cities have recently been boasting of girl elevator ''boy.s," aii.l girls takin.e- the jilaces of men in light jo'os. but it remained for Lelhbridge to shov.- tbe w-est tho way in introducing lady tick'-t agents. i\tiss Kva Bis-set, who lu!s been risslstant day ticket | agent at the C. P. R.. was installed ! last night as acting night ticket agent.' and fulfilled her duties quite satisfactorily to i'.ll concerned. The temporary appointment of a girl to the position came about through ^. B. llitchell's ab.sence on have J. Gordon, night ficket agent, i.s takin.? over his dtitios temporarily as day clerk, and Miss Bisset will dispeflse the pasteboards ov^r the counter ttnti! iiermanent arrangements are made. mmwm m. PEIANEN Toronto. April 2'.',.-The report of j creditors iTled against the defunct ' Dominion Permanent Loan company : has l)een marie public hf llie official I referee,**;). A. Canreron. The deben-1 i lure claims filcfi totalled |2,20n.t)0i).  i leaving a balance of $300,01)0 of thcj I outstanding debentures,, to be heard ! from, Tiie amount on ti%po=it approx-. imaces $170.000 and only .'iii iier cent ' of the dejiositors have as yet filed I claims with the official Hquidalor. VALUABLE BULL-CALVES At the annua! r--ale of^'ivrshire ptirf:-bred bull calves in Scotland, twenty-one bull calves were offered, and all of them were from cows whose .vearl.v yield of milk was over 1.000 gallons, which, allowing sixty days off for the dry period, gave a daily flow of three and two-thirds gallons. One nine-montlis-old calf brought ?2,L50, and another ons-year-ol(r*calt sold for $1.-iiOO. Its dam hail a record of l.loi; gallons of milk ip forty-eight weeks, yieiiling :i.07 iier ifent. of butter fat. Mention is ais,j made of an Ayrslrir*? cow, whoso fUnv of milk constitutes a world record. In nine seasons she g.-.ye gallons of milk and calved each .vear on tm average within twelve months. 13 Tm TfiE mm was spent on doctors' bills, with-,out any benefit, as Fas spent in Zam-Bnk, which effecfed a complete -cure:" says Mrs. Fred Gervals of 120 Bleury St... Montreal. "A rash broke out on, my baby's fikln. and ,s!ie became very fretful E.!;d lost we-lgVit. I took her to o doctor, who gave me some lotion to apply, 'out 11: did not db baby any good. 1 llien took her to another doctor, but with the same result. , " Then a friend, who ea^v the condition baby v.-as in, brought me Eome Zam-Buk, which sho so highly recommended that I commenced u.'ing it. In one week's time baby looked njuch better, and before a month had elapsed she 'was fluite' well again. ~ " Baby is now the picture ot health, and I think it wonderful that .-JS worth of Zam-Buk hionfrht about this .cure when %?, > f> > ? IN FRENCH ARMY -iceio WcKELVIE & IfeGUIRE LivTl-IBKIDGJv Paris. April 2:',.-"The best proof that there ir, no cause for anxiety if, that General pe-tuin has deciiied to grant furloughs for the iir.n time nincr-, the. Ger.iian offensive began,' siiid I'ruuier CUimoijceau. : v : ; : : ;. :> v ^