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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR5DGE DAILY HERALD- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1915 i is really one of our best t warns us that there is inflai nation or obstruction in a dangerous plaee. Therefore, when you get a bad cough don't proceed to dose yourself with of drugs that merely "stop" tho cough temporarily bv deadening tho throat nerves. Treat the the membranes. Here is a houit> snade rcinedv that gets right at the cause and will make an obstinate cough vanish Ihore' quickly than you ever thought pos- sible. Put ounces of -Pines (150 cents vprth) iu a Itf-ounce bottle and fill tliu bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup. Tbis.jfivcs vou 16 ounces of the most pleasant and effective remedy you ever used, at a ly-st of only 54 cents, ho bother to prepare. Full directions with Fines. It heals the inflamed membranes so pently and prompilv that you wonder how it does it. Also loosens a drv, hoarse or .tight cough and stops the formation of phlegm in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending the persistent loose cough. Pines is a highly concentrated com- pound of Norway pine extract, rich in guaiacol. and is famous the world over for Its healing effect on the membranes To avoid disappointment, ask your Brtlfjrist for "214 ounces of and don't accept anytnine e'.se, A guarantee, .of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt- Iv refunded, goea with this preparation. Ihe Pins Co., Toronto, Ont 1L LEAD TO CONTINUED FROM FKONT PAGE papers. The Berne .Tagwacht aiid Zur- ich which aie not suujcct 1o censorsiiip, are regarded as reflecting German Socialist opin- ion more accurately than tho Vor- is able to do. 'ine Tagwacht prints as the latest and most" startling evidence of popu- lar, discontent, the description by one oi the participants ot the peace dem- onstration which took place in Ber- lin', on the evening of tje Reichstag opening. This' account-supplements brief reports hitherto telegraphed to England The Taguacht correspond- ent says "Ten thousand men and women took part in the peace demon- stration which marked the" opening of the lletchstag Nov 30 crowd col- lected toward 8 o'clock in the even- ing in Untcr Ben Linden. One sec- tion of the demonstrators Came.from the: Schloss (the Imperial The crowd sang outside the. opera and as this section passed through Under Den Linden in the di- rection of Brandenburge'r, a squad of poiice, which had teen specially sta- "tioned in the neighborhood, rushel OUT; and drp.e it back along- richstrasse and Chariottenstrasse, at. which point the demonstration be- came congested, and loud were the cries in favor of peace Alter they had driven one section ot. the demon- strators into side streets, the police tried to drive off those who had con- in Charlottesfjasse and Friednchstrasse Mount d -police be- gan the attack, using their sabres many directions and cutting at demonstrators "Look out or we will polih you cried mounted police officers "Our men are bleeding yon- so you can slaughter us replied a war wife The aim of the police seemed to be to clear the Wil- helmstrasse, when- eminent buildings and foreign em- bassies are "Gradually un- der pressure of the police, the crowd- dispersed north and south. Cries in Pincher Creek, Dec. regu- lar council meeting was held last night Iu tho council chamber Tho mayor, Councillors Label, Kettles, Honre am! McCrea being present. The main business of the evening was the passing of a sreat number ot bills, all of which had niled tin since the last meeting. Permission was granted Bros, to construct a drain, across the mala street iu connection wltb their new building which is be- ing erected on the old Hudson Bay site. Councillor Kettle gave notice of mo- tion that he would introduce a bylaw to appoint a returning officer for Lhe coming bye-elections. This bye-elec- tion has been made necessary owing to there being one councillor and one Modest 'Foremost Man Gives Large Donation to Fund YVm. Gruluun, candidate for presi- dent of District IS, U.M.W. of A., is undoubtedly elected accordinK to figures received to date by Her- ald. At Lethbridge thu vote stands as follows: For president: .Graham Martin 95. For vice-president: Bisss ''3; wlck 101. International board member: Hees 113: Lcavltt 7S. For board member, sub-district. No. 3; liateman, Tuber. 36: Darringnam; Coalhurst. 3t: Pimm, Lethbridge, 27. Figures to Date Fernie, to date on the elections for District IS There is one loyal citizen who pre- fers hiding his light under a bushel. The Herald received a donation ot forty dollars for the I'atriotic Fund yesterday, hut it doesn't knov.' who to credit the amount to. The letter came from Foremost for could tell that by the postmark on (he lope. The letter ilid not mention tho place. Here is the letter as we re- ceived it: Dec. IU, 1815. The Herald, Lethbridge Pleased send the enclosed to the of- fice of the I'atriotic Fund in Calgary and oblige The Sender. That was all. The mystery lends charm to the gift. Eager to give, the j contributor docs not seek publicity. An Ideal Christmas Gift! O'CEDAR MOPS Two Triangular 75c Mops for Two Round Mops for BOTH MOPS IN-ONE CAX school tious. u-ustes short in the nomlna-1 of the of A., are as omlnations will prob- ably lake pines on Dec. 23 with elec- tions one week later. Another important resolution adopt- ed was that of putting the arrears of j date on people give because ot the S officers ijcjjj. received but litre is a case the [Oilows: other way aromul. The tout ten doll- President: Graham 1600, Martin 1346: ar hilis bc vice-president: Biggs 1616, Barwick ck possessed, for all we know. I 1310; International board member: one Oj great sacrifices of contributor know. It 1336. Nordesg.' (rllc uatriot. That the sender wanted Brazeau, Lethbridge aud Blairuioro" business tax ia the hands of the townUre not included in the above figures; solicitor with instructions to take pro- returns from those places are not ceedings with all who won't come complete, through. This measure has been thought advisable on account of the large number who are delinquent in this, to some, most unpopular tax. May Buy Flour Mill: The mayor informed the co.uucii that he' has a prospective buyer ir. liees 1715, Leavltt OUR KILTIE REGIMENT (Orillia, Ont., Packet) Major-General Sir Sam Hughes has given Lethbridge the whole of South- to remain unkno.wn is by tho fact that the letter was not register- ed his identity Cannct thus he trac- ed. The forty dollars is on the 'way to Calgary.'it will do its bit in the dependents of our sol- diers. BODY SHRINKS TWO FEET Otto Enklas, of St. whose body, muscles au been turning slowly to stone for 12 j Paul, organ view for the flour mill and he asked ern.Alberta as a recruiting ground for for some kind of a statement from. its new kiltie regiment, no other regi- the directors so that a sale could not I ments being allowed to recruit in that _.._ be blocked as was the case a couple district. AH because, according to tho i years, is dead of rheumatism, doctors of years aeo when the mill was al-, Calgary Herald, Lethbridge has a being unable to diagnose his trouble' most mayor .who speaks with a otherwise. He .was 33 years old, and Many other minor matters were Scots" accent. The joke on the mill- during his sickness dwindled in size also and the meeting closed istor is that the men in kilts don't j from 6 feet in height to 4 feet 2 in- speak "braid Scots." Even away back dies. His weight increased owing to in the days when they "lifted" Low-: the. change in character of land cattle on the border they scorn- j from ISO to 220 po.unds. ed to do it in any language but the i For the last six months he had not pure Gaelic of the Garden of Eden, j moved a muscle of. his body. about 10 p.m. 10 RM UN MY Winnipeg, Dec. Min- ister oi Militia 'has been offered a battalion for active service, to be raised from the faculty and students of western universitks. Manitoba Un- iversity is prepared'to raise two cpm- panics for the battalion and has al- ready had correspondence with other western universities in regard to con- tingents to be raised by them. Manitoba is to Establish Bank favor of speadj' termination of the tvere everywhere and cheers for Liehknecht were praised. The demonstration lasted liours, and at the close the strators marched through the: city- in military formation amid cries for -peace. "The demonstration was not organized bv the Socialist'party.11 As a matter of fact, organizers ap- proached the police, opposition, and so no public notification of the dem- onstration made. People simply turned up themselves and everyone was highly pleased with the result. "Soldiers took part in the demon- stration and some were arrested. Many persons received sword wounds in the police charges NEWS FROM 2-15 Twp-Fifteen, Dec. Geo. Bar- rows and family left MonBar' 'to spend the winter friends and relatives in Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Good will take' care of Mr. Barrows' place this winter Irene, the six-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs A H Sickle, who was in the Hospital at Sweet Grass, Mont., for some time, is .now at home and is improving rapidly. Will Kinder Monday time' at his old home in In- 'dfana. Cornet and wife are staying withj Mrs. Kinder, while Mr. Kinder is away. chiekea dinner given by Bethel .Latin' Aid for the benefit of the Camrterr association, Saturday, was A debate was hateaed to with in- and altogether an enjoyable afternoon wu spent, Mi, and Mrs. Reuben SnapP were TiaUinr relatives in Montana Sunday, Win, Wagner lelt Monday, to spend xonie time visiting relatives and Jrtetds in Ontario. Rer. Black, the new minister, prearbM interesting sermon to the congregation Sunday. Remember b, P. A.- Local No. 502, mntf at 2-15 school Satur- day, Dec 18, at 3 p m, Christmas tree entertainment will tie .Thursday night-. Der, 23, at tbu bouse. Winnipeg, Dec. Manitoba pursuance oi the.iatm credit scheme-as outlined by Hon. Valentine Winkler, who attended the Farm Credits convention held recent- ly in Chicago, under direction ci Frank McVeagh oi North Dakota, has decided to use three and a half mil- lion dollars oi trust funds, deposited in local hanks, as loans to farmers. It is now drawing thrte per cent, but the banks threaten to reduce it to-2 per having all the-money thev require at present. Manitoba is thus threatened with considerable loss of money unless it reloans it. Manitoba has deposited in various banks in the city this sum- in the form oi tele- nhnne replacement fund, telephone construction fund, aid to municipali- ties' fund, 'good roads fund and sink- ing funds. At 3 per cent' interest the province gtts per annum, while at 2 cent, the province would receive only The pro- posed cut represents a prospective loss- of upon the govern- ment's present- deposits alone.. 'There is a further million dollars of trust monies which the government borrowed from.the telephone system -for' 'five years per cent. Banks" independent When asked for reasons for pro- posed reduction in the rate of inter- est, one minister said: "The banks have so much money lying around that thev feel they don't have to pay 3 ceat. Here they have been pay- ing us 3 nftr cent, and loaning it out in other pi-aces'at 10 and 20 per cent, on call. Now they won't loan any money to speak'of in the country and the" result is that they ha'e more money than ever they had, and more than-they. know what to do with." The'government's idea is to estab- lish provincial banks. Single Mops Be sure and look over oui1 lines of CARVING SETS to 75c, FANCY BRASS Fern Pots, Trays, Etc. A FINE SELECTION ON HAND HAYR HARDWARE CO. 326 Sixth Street South I 405 Filth Street Maj. Gault Shares In a Large Estate Montreal, Dec, Andrew Hamilton .Gault, organizer' of the Prinb-ss Patricias Canadian Light In- fantry, now at .the front in France, and. his sister j, Lillian Mary Louise, wife ot Percy George Reginald .Ben- son, of Taunton, England, are, .each awarded from the es- tate of their late Andrew Frederick Gault, o( Montreal, through judgment banded down by Jfr. Jus- tice Ouerin in the Supreme. Court to- day. Brother, and sister are awarded equal shares. The case was taken liefote a judge of the superior court in 1014 on a 'friendly in which Andrew Hamilton. Gault presented a tetition asking that tvc trustees under the will of his father, proceed to make division of the estate. Judgment reached December 11, was formally entered today, THE TRAGEDIES OF ITS BLIGHTING CURSE upon the homc and business arc PREVF-NTKD by Neal Three-Day Treatment taken at the Neal Inititnte, 820 3th Avenue phone or near? cst.one of." tO (nitjUto In Principal (1) Bonndary Bi (2) Lodge, B.C. Rim Otnyoi, Irictoom, B.0. (4) FMBlltar XooMwy I J6) Orwbrook, B.O. THE Kootenay district Is to the bouth of the raaln.llnaSf the Pacific in British Columbia, while It Is llnKM with the emit by thr Crows Nest Branch frmliwtiiic Landing ihs wuthorn point of the betutlfnl ana Kwtenar It IB a dlslrM delights the tourist, the fisherman and tha big game hunter. At Btlfour II situated one of the fluent hoWs of the Canadian PiMfle. The dliMct II reached irora the north hy steamers through the lakes. Tho mountaineer al.o dlitrlct afur kU tor tt ta full 9t pcaka, Toe Range In this vicinity is a great unmapptfl area and unkuwii un ;