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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. FEBRUARY I, 1018 TJip; LftTHBIUDGK DAILY HKHAfcr* PAGE A Little Salt Goes i if It is W . A. Buchanan and Others to Speak Teh. fi-School Trustees !'''i mil s year with the raffle of a cushion which netted $2ii.uo. Letters From Front / Letters are beginning to come in .-from our boys at the front who received Christmas parcels from Coalhum. SThree are to hand this week including foi\e from .loe Tuff who is serving on fil. M. S. Niobe. Others who "write are \VUs. H. Roach and J. T. Maedonahl. (;who are serving in France. Each testifies to great pleasure in the contents )\)t the parcels and the letters are also D'Uarkrd by that; grim determination to .see the thing through that makes the ..-'uontie of the army what it is and '�mints so hopefully to victory. I, O. O. F. Officers  The following officers were recent-�y installed in the Coalhurst Oddfel-� ows Lodge No. 105: J. P. G., P. Moll- 4 I  ? ? Start Building at Once-Is Cap-j� PREPARE STATISTICS MEN DRAFTED italized at Twenty Thousand THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED Z17 - \ ing; N.G., R. J. Gammon; V.G., Peter Hutchison*, secretary, P. Mulling; W. J. Abernethy; C. Thos. Hatton; treasurer, J. D. Keith; R.S.N.O., Fred Hamilton; L.S.N.G., J. Macleod; U.S. V.G., NT. Shea; L.S.V.G., nobt. Heap; O.G., Geo. Maxwell; I.G., Frank Beat-tie; C, D. MacNeil. Mrs. Abernethy entertained ber ( Sunday school class last Saturday af-; ternoon. The little ones were out in full strength and had a very enjoyable time. | '-4 \ ire lightened when she turns to the right uediciuo. If her existence is znado rloorny by tbfl chronic weaknesses, deli-ate derangements, and painful disorders ?hnt afflict womankind she will /hid relief .nd emancipation from her troubles in )r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Tf he's overworked, nervous, or "run*. 'own,'/ she flndf) new life and nlrcu^th, tJs a powerful, invigorating tonic and ; or vine which was* discovered and used y an eminent physician for many years, a his largo medical practice among .'omPii. For young girls just entering oinauhOod; for women in middle Hi'e, �10 "Favorilo Prcscriplion " is the only "icdicino put up without alcolml, and c.un V e. had iu tablet as well as Vnpiid form, t's-not a secret prescription for its in-redients are printed on wrapper. Send Oe for trial package io Dr. Y. M. Picree, nvalids' Hotel, Surgical Institute, Bnf-ilo, N. Y., or braneh in Bridgeburg. Out. Hamilton, Ont. - "When passing lirough middle life, as iu most eases of us kind, T. began to fail in health. I id severe*paiua in my iiead, dizzy spelta, y back ached and I hnd pnim in my iU>. X became very weak a ad uervousv took inedicine without gutting nlief iliJ 1 took Dr. Pier* e s P.-ivorite Pre-ripi ion and this mo let a man through, in the cellar were found fourteen bottles of booze. Donotaris was fined $250.00 and coats. This was the second time that booze in excessive quantity was found on his premises. He ought to walk the straight and narrow path after this. The. Union church held its annual meeting on Wednesday evening. A very creditable financial report was read by the clerk, Mr. Pearson. Both parties (Baptist and Presbyterian) to the union agreed to continue the union for another two years. Rev. .Mr. Fulton was asked to remain for another year. A new board of managers was elected. After business was over a supper was served by the ladies of the church. All felt that the church had a successful year. J. F. Hunter was called to Parkland last week to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. MeKekvey, who bad been an invalid for a number of years. Mv. Hunter's two boys, Harry and Frank, accompanied him to Parkland. They j returned home Sunday morning. ' Mrs. It. A. Warren of Calgary, who has been caring for her mother, Mrs. Padou, for a few weeks, returned to Calgary on Monday night. Mrs. Padou is now considerably improved in health. The junior hockey team won out against Frank last Saturday at the Frank vink. This evens the score. Next Saturday the final will be played. The senior team went to Frank last night., The result was a draw. The boys An} working up some interest in hockey of late. A lively game is looked for next time. A new rroainory company was formed at Fardsron on Saturday, .January y�Ui under I be name of the Chief Mountain Creamery Co. The officers of the company are: President, John Bennett., of Kimbai); Peter Zubaeii, vice-pros.; Fred Best, s'Mi.-treas. and H. Macintosh, general manager. Mr. Bennett, the president of I he company, is one of the best known farmers in the Cardston district, and aUo has a fine bunch of milk cow.1;. Peter Zubaeh is the largest producer of butter fat. in the Cardston district, and was paid over $200 per month iast year for dairy products. Fred Best, the genial secretary, is well and favorably known all over the south country, and is connected with the Massey-Harris Co. at Cards-ton, and H. Macintosh, the manager, was formerly in charge of the old Cardston Creamery association, whose plant was destroyed by fire last December. Mr. Mcintosh was very much responsible for the growth and development of the industry in the south and in very widely known all over I he province. Under the direction of the above officers the success of the venture is assured. Building material is being hauled on to the company^ property on Main street', nearly opposite the post office, and the farmers of the district are -milling at the prospect of again having a creamery in their midst. The creamery will be in operation by April 1st,' and the plant will be one of the best in the province as regards light and sanitation land will be capable of handling iiOO.000 pounds of butter a year, and farmers from the Cardston district ftnd tho outlying towns will be assured of the best prices and fhost courteous t reat ment at ail times. The company is capitalized at. $20,-000, and the head office will be situated at the plant on Main street, Cards-ton. ? v ? Ottawa, Jan. -JI -Statistics of men drafted under Urn Military Service A'-t are now in course of preparation, Delay has been largely caused by error* in i:\am\t\ra)\t�) due/o the heavy pressure under which the staffs of legist rars have been working. It has been found that in some hundreds of eases men actuallv in uniform have been reported as dofauli-ers and allowance ior th^se has to be made. v ? V 0F?l t 0 1 LIVE BUDGET OF Dance For Red Cross-Ladies' Aid Meeting-Young People's Club ! f t (OoKTtNUKD FROU FiiON* PAQK) Rebuke Strikers London. Feb. 1.-Some of the German papers, chiefly pan-Gernianists,. heavily rebuke, the strikers. The Cologne Volks Zeitung says: "We learn that the strike committee in Berlin has the audacity to aim a pistol at the government's heart with a list of demands culled from the Socialist pro-gran).*' The Nord Deutsche Allgemeine Zelt-ung Bays: "Insofar as the strikers' demands express doubt regarding the government's resolve to carry out promised reforms, they are proceeding from an entirely false promise. It must be expected that on calmer consideration the strikers wiy realize the hann-I'ulntoss of their behavior and return to worn." The paper also characterizes the strikers as "sinning against their brothers in the field." Admit Strikes Are On The Hague. Feb. 1.-Although some German papers coutinue to deny that there are strikes in Germany and the official Nord Deutsche Allgemine Zei> lung insists that only youths are on strike, other German papers of yesterday's date received here admit strikes have taken place in Berlin. Kiel, Stettin and the western industrial districts. It is learned trom an authoritative source that all the men at the Kiel dockyards, including those in the government plants, have struck and that there is altogether 500,000 men on strike throughout the country. Furthermore it is learned that at the Kriipp Works in Essen 200 strikers forced sixty thousand workers to strike and that partial strikes in the state mines at Buksberg were caused by i�00 malcontents. 4 � Reaches Climax Amsterdam, Feb. 1.-The German press generally says that the outbreak lias reached Its climax in Berlin and is now receding. The demonstrations are said to show lack of centralized cont,"ol. Reports from the chief industrial sections of Germany indicate that the strike movement nowhero is finding the support necessary to carry it along. i (From Our Own ;�.. which adds to the social interests of the aid,-during war times- he as simple and economical lis possible. That the Aid Society be a more practical aid to the community. With this end in view visitors were appointed to welcome the stranger and visit the sick. Mrs. Laidlaw and Mrs. Geo. Orr were appointed as the welcome committee. Airs. J. Harper and Mrs. H. It. I-Iad-don as the sick committee. The next anniversary of the Ladies' Aid be celebrated by a bazaar, bake sale and entertainment. Following the business session the ladies spent the remainder of the afternoon iu needle work. The meeting concluded with a very dainty lunch kindly served by Mrs. Johnson. The next meeting of the Ladies' Aid will be held in the church, Thursday, February 7, and will assume the nature of a quilting bee. The treasurer's financial statement for 1017, shows a balance of 100 on hand. The report from Red Cross finance committee is as follows: Collected by Dan Taylor $43."irt( L. J. Adams $1G, Nile Hill $24, H. R. Haddon $07, J. Harper ?80.no, Grant McLeod $7fi. Total $307. This amount has been handed in to local secretary, Mrs. A. W. Jopllng. Younfl People'* Club The next meeting will beheld in the church, Thursday evening, February 7, under supervision of literary committee. Debate. Resolved that protection is a better commercial system for Canada than free trade. Speakers on affirmative Ross McLeod, Miss Holmes, Miss Frazier, speakers on negative, Wilfred Beaubier, Miss Patterson, Mr. Haddon. Program for .next three months: Feb. 7, debate, Feb. 21, social evening, March 7, out door sports, March 21, lantern lecture, April 4, sketch, homemade choir, April 18, social evening. On Saturday evening a Red Cross EXTRACT FROM WAR OFFICE TIMES" Amongst tb� trouble*? with whUh th� Army has to cop^ is tho question of eore feet amotip^ the men. This may sound tHvia 1, but in reality id * matter of the gravest imporU-ucc. Obviously, to be of use, an army must he in good marching condition, "bvit it is a phyBlcal-impossibility for* "-yen the bra-vest man to �0 on if be is suffering from sore feet. From Information whfrb reaches us from the front, however, this difficulty is being met by the-use of Zam-Buk, which is proving most efficacious for this painful ailment. We should like to see a bor or two of this excellent "first aid" supplied to eyery soldier. In our opinion it would frreatly add to the efficiency Of the Army. on the TrcjuWfmvnts of the mm in the- Army will naturally be of interest to tho.se who havr relations or friends in the service. The clipping, tfiven herewith, is an extract from this paper and shows that Zam-lhik is regarded by those in authority as iruiisprivwiblc So much so, in fact, that large orders for Z;un-Buk have been received from the Government for the (Sritish Army in France. Zum-Buk is put op in boxes of convenient size for carrying in the pocket, so that a man may have it ready to apply at the ripht moment. Many a case of blood-poisoning has been avoided by the timely use of Zana-Buk. There is nothing can take its place for cuts,burns, barbed wire scratches, blisters, bruises, sprains, rhcximat-i.sm, chapped hands, cold cracks and sores of all kinds. Don't let your soldier go without his box of Zum-Duk. In the home, also, Zam-BuU is just as necessary for the many little accidents which are of almost dajjy occurrence, as well as for more serious troubles such as eczema, chronic sores, blood-poisoning and piles. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, 50c box, 3 for $1.25. business meeting was held ;�i s\\w par-ton a go. Mm, J. Harper in rhnn-o. On motion of Mr. 1j. j. Adams it was decided to send a donation of >�> to the Ogdcn Home, t'alpary. It was decided thin the you u\\ for your welcome pared received on- Doc. U>th. It was sure a great surprise to have it from you, a.s I was not aware as Io you knowing where I was stationed. Anyway l received it. 1 believe that another of ihe Champion boys bus been taken prisoner. .!. 1 ngrim. He was working in the bank before joining up. Again thanking you all, \ am yours respecifullv, F. ,1. FAUtWKATHHR. OEAIH IN 'PEG FHK r t flier* f i CLOTH WEAVERS STRIKE Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 1. - Cloth weavers employed in fifty mills in this city went on strike today for increased wages. Winnipeg, Feb, 1 .-Starting, appar entfy, from an nver-hoat.ed cook stov� on rlie third floor, fire early thii morning completely gutted the old block on the corner of Main street and Me I lermot t. Avenue. formerly known as the C. P, R. telegraph block One chinaman refused to jump intc (lie life net from (fie top floor and ap parently was burned to death, are no other casualties, although foul firemen were on roof when it collapsed from the weight of ice which accum uhued in the intense frost. The damage is estimated at $500. 00n. /'hevrier and Son, furriers, hac a stock valued at $200,000, while othet tennanis carried between them $100,-ooo worth of goods. Most of the loss is covered by insurance. The build ing it. is thought, will be a total loss. It: was owned by the Royal Bank. i now control the exclusive agency PAPE'S DlAPEPSiN" FIXES SOUR | GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. Lethbridge famous f'g this ftrying time. 100 Kobias Ave, �Mrs. fcUiuji iVnm- Our Own Oo'TosfiondenO New Oayton, -inn. ill.-The following, were elected school trustees for this year: C. L. Atkins, George BH-y.ow, F. F. C.orrill, and L. It. Duncan, j by the department, with Percy Fisher j acting as fincrolary-lreasurer. Mrs. Uichanr Hlake lias gone to the States on an extended visit. William Scott bins returned from the east wherv. he was visiting his father, who we'regret to learn passed away whiie ho was there. y>. it. Vutes of the firm of Heckor and Yates, was a visitor here' last Wednesday i'rom Warner. We are glad to learn that .Mm T'eat | who recently went under an opera-i j London, Jan. SI.- (Via Reuter's Ot-. tawa Agency)-The Cologne Gazette states that' the association of South Sea firms of Hamburg has sent a memorandum to the reiehstag emphasizing the necessity of getting hack the South Sea colonies and pointing out their groat value, not only in the' matter of productivity, but of (he grea'l strategic value of their ports and the favorable situation for the establishment of wireless stations, Hon in Toronto, is getting on nicely and will soon be back on the job. Percy Fisher's hopes' of ever being a "bird man" were dashed to the ground the other day when lie unfortunately failed to pass the necessary examination to get into^ the flying corps. Theiv are other corns where he can, however, gel a crack i.t the Germans and it is likely he will have a go at- one of them. Sam Noble bias purchased a carload of pure bred Durham stock, which ho intends breeding with those recently purchased from the Welch sale and he exuects urofitable results. i If what you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or yon belch Kas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can surely get relief in five minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these i;fty-ce�t cases of Pane's Diapepsin, then you wilt understand why dyspeptic troubles of all kinds must go, and why it relieves aourr out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in five minute's. 'Tape's Diapepsin" is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all the food you eat; besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and inteH-tines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. T10s city will have many "Pape's Diapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, hut you will be euthuslaatio about this splendid stomach preparation, too, if you ever take it for indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomach misery and indigestion- in five minutes,-Advert* 20th Century Brand Fine Tailored Garments for Men. New Spring Models and New Special Measure Fabrics are now sure see being shown, them before placing your order. The Lowndes Company Limited Toronto \ h ;