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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SjiTi IU)AY,FKlVnrAHY 2, 1918 LETHBPilDdK DAILY HF.ItALD PAGE SEVEN 1* \. BEDRIDDEN WITH QiK'Mlion Comes Up-More J)e-lailri of Garage Fire-To Open New School Felt That H� Would Never Walk Again .Q. "Fruit-a-lives" is certainly a wonder. For a year, 1 sneered with Rheumatism ; being forced to stay in bed for five months. \ tried all. kinds of medicine but-without getting better; ami thought I would never bo able to walk again. One day whil� lying in bed, I read abou'u 'FruiUi-tives' the great fruit medicine ; and it seemed what I needed, so I decided to try it. 'J lie first box helped me, and I took tho tablets regularly until every trace of the .liheumatism left me. / have every confidence in lFruit-a-tives* and strongly recommend them to every sufferer from Jthcumatism". LOKKN/iO LEDUC. fiOc. a box, G for $2.50, trial size25c. At all, dealers or sent; postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, Ont. i l i I w \ (I'nun oni.bMil > Nnld'd'ord, K(-l). I.----W. .1. Jlucluman raped lo hif* home town on� Saturday to set; his mother who Is reported to he seriously ill. He left here Sund.iy midnight. MIhh ('orkrono wiih a visitor at. 'Mm. Ihiehanan's over the week end. M r. Noble paid a short businesH | trip in Oalgury during this week. New School r i A movement is under way lo have I a formal opening of the now school here early this month. The children are. we understand, getting up a pro-gra mice. Piie contractor of Die rhuveh lias promised llu: hoard of managers that it wiii he ready for opening on the 17th insi. The board are meeting tonight i.o maho full arrangements Tor the opening ceremony. Tim annual meeting of tin; Sunday School which wan called tor last Monday had to he postponed on account of the weather, .it will he held next' Monday at the Home of .\Jr. Cranstoun. j Wr. Mean, of the Hartford Fire in- ] finance ('o.. was a business visitor hero on WndiUMday. Tiie assessor for the Winnipeg Underwriters Insurance Co.. Mr. Harrison, was In town on Tuesday looking over life Miins of our garage. The Garage Fire i( is ltow possible to give a few more particulars of the fire which burned down the garage here last Friday. The report which appeared in the I f era Id on .Sat urd i.v ^'iis short, owing to having been telephoned in.; "When the alarm was given at 10 i o'clock the concert in the new K.P. hall bad just finished and the oulv Thing to- see at first was a >"ast cloud of smoke pouring out of the building. y-tciu now I in control of news Ka* h�-:-in;: and dis� trihutfon. Creditable Service The Western Asso.-iai �m1 I'i e>s. generally known a i he \\" a l\. , and by tile operators and newspaper-' men of the west tamiiiarly termed the 'Wop' was an fi^uciation tliat ha> imjim 1, ' �: i 11�'. a tlmn.-and mi',.-'from their j-.oim** ( ui' new-. ;ind i ? i � : I j meant heavy fxpeji;.-- wii � >. ;ii't �',> .-fii i v.'illi the aiyouni of ie-w - ' !:� pa pf-r  desire;!. Without t h'-i diij'lt 1 o ')\i\\ i-vi. t h i>; co-o))eratioii wii- eft'ert' -I .aisj v,i'>i � evn papers snpplb'd with a ona n' ii v : of east era Canada and lirii i � h n* v.-. that was a source of pi id�- to ' lo-ii puhlishei's. "Will) the and gi>',V'e: :!;:ti..j,al ; .service. ;i fttrt liet .-!' p in i hi- .� : tion is lai;en. It S ; now ,�n Ail Car. , adian t:ev.'s r-erviee. .-jdiI as ne�, ,,i l eo'.irse ihoroujihly de.-ii'abh?. Hur :he we;-|ern publishers 'an he pardoned ii owr regret iba; ()m\v in-1 familiar 'Wop' v.\ i he .Calvary meeiinf; this week, inr ir i notable work. Mr. Livesay'6 Work. "The meeting also marked Co-. of Mr. J. F. B. liive-ay's servir e ] manager of the W. A. P. he having * iT . 3fe  ' 11 �u:u �  * 111 11 \ THE WHITEST, LlOHSSI did operative. yCach publisher Jjad an in-1 come assistant general manager KDOTENAY FLATS, B.C. Mr. Tackaberry to whom the building belonged is already making plana for rebuilding both the premises and business. Want incorporation ! teres! in gathering news for it as much as in receiving news from it. i It was founded on the same principle* which govern the operation of the great Associated Press in the United States, and as stated before, if blazed i the way in Canada hIohr this line. P. Victoria. .Tan. 31.-Hon. John Oliver! achieved its purpose, and dies now be-believes that the land settlement cause its purpose lias been achieved, board will be in a position to expend! It came into existence as a first effort about a million dollars this year in its j of the publishers of the west to get program of development, The board j together to solve Hieir common pi'ob-is now going over a list of land tracts | lems, and so successful was it in this offered for sale to the government and ; endeavor that, the same- basis of or-has already taken a number of six i ganization has been adopted for the months' options, National News Servi.p, The Canad- U is understood that the board's in* jan Press, Limited, which is now tention is to obtain areas of land in j (supplying news to every daily paper various parts of the province so as to i 0f importance from Halifax to Van-be able to offer the intending settler � couver Island. The national orgaui/a-a choice of soil and climate. Investi- j tion was the natural outcome of the gation of various tracts has alreadyisuccessful operation of the W. A. P. been made by board members. Among|an(} it ig not without certain proper these were the Sum as Lake flood bot-j pride that the western publishers f Mid a s be- of the Canadian Press. Limited, with headquarters at "Winnipeg. work iji connect ion with the w a \> had much to do with its Micress. wiiii" it is also largely as a result of his efforts that; the National New Service is well -organized and opprating smoothly and satisfactorily' Guaranteed to be made xclusive om ngredients specified on label. Sustains no Your Grocer sells it. Costs no more than the ordinary kinds. NO ALUM W. GILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO. CANADA Winnipeg Montreal MADE I N canada SUPPLIED 10 ONT. ps (that went to Renfrew, which is only a eoup> hours this sidy of Ottawa, was sent from the Yellow head Pass. It is possibly not generally known that there are 1 nil mines putting out "domestic" .oal in that part of Al- 71** tons of bituminous, and in 1917, !� although small, are si ill increasing. Alberta's payroll for mine labor is about $10,-ijin.oiiu \\\\; there .were 17.- 1 death. together with the bank papers, whose offices are in the same building, ami The furniture ol .Mr. Cranstoun whose rooms are upstairs were moved out to a place of safely. Py the effort of home of the men who got. onto the roof and were given plenty of water tiie fire was beaten out and as soon as the danger was over the tilings were put back into their places. On the other side of the garage the pool hall belonging to Mr. Sorenson. had "a narrow esc.ipe, but by pushing the out side 4 c r" i v prevent as much as possible another fire like last Friday. The Ladies' Aid of the church held liioir annual meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. \V. 3. Buchanan. A good attendance of ladles were present, and several very important, matters were discussed. An election of officers for the next year was held and Mrs. Leslie was elected president. Mrs. .f. Harris vice-president, and Mrs. Stew-ert. secretary treasurer. With the opening of the new church the ladies HOLD ALL LAND FOR THE RETURNED SOLDIERS esc.ipe, but by pushing the outside opening ,,f the new church Urn ladies wall of the garage over while still on are hoping that, a great impetus will be tire ib;s danger was averted. So quick [given to the work of the aid. and fierce was the fire that by lo.'bi! a meeting of the Women's Institute V V t r t' I the only thing that remained of the garage and the 14 cars was a heap of burning ruins. It. is understood that Moose Jaw, Sask., Jan. .'JL- An announcement was made today by Corp. McNeil, provincial secretary of the Great War Veterans' association, that very shortly an order-in-council will be passed by the federal govern; men! whereby cancellation of homesteads, expiring leases of grazing land and other such government lands for sale will uot he posted as heretofore, a meeting of the Women's Institute!3"1*3 WI" 11UL ut' i'"Biei1 a-s oeieuuuru, was held on Wednesday afternoon and j out wil1 be reserved for soldiers under routine business t/anaaeted Tl/.� i the Soldiers' Land Settlement, act. It ii u & V + 4 V r * BILIOUS! LET CASUS" LIVEN LIVER Ai BOWELS transacted. The | members present had taken their sewing with ihem and put in a busy afternoon sewing for the Red Cross. On Thursday evening the Variety I Show Co., gave a vaudeville program i in the Castle hall. There was not so , | many jn attendance owing to the wild I j weather, but tiiose who were there i i bad a good tfme and a dance concluded j the programme. is -understood that the order-in-coun-cii -will become effective Feb. 5. Civih tans whose land adjoins any of the lands so reserved will he giVen the first chance of purchasing an' additional quarter or of pre-empting. J \ Don't Stay Headachy! Conttlpatedt Sick, With B*d Breath and Stomach Sour. I I I 1 4 Get a IO-cent box now. You men and women wtio can't get i steeling right-who have headache. : coated tongue, bad taste and foul ]] breath, dizziness, cair't sleep, are bib s jous, nervous and upset, bothered with C* sick, gassy, disordered stomach or '? have a bad cokti Are you keeping your bowels clean , hdth Cascarets or niorely forcing a [ passageway every few days with (Baits, cathartic pIUs or castor o!I? C as carets wortt wh tl e you s 1 eo p; Means e the stomach, romove the jour, undigested fermenting food and Vml ga?8o; take the excess bile from ihe Uver and curry out. of tiie system ill ibo constipated waste matter and poison In tho bowels. A Cascaret will straighten you out Hy morning-a iO-cent box from any �i Irug store will keep your stomach Hweet; Ih'er and bowels regular, and tjoad clear for months. Don't forget jpio children. ,They lovo Casearets be-tjause they taste good-never gripe or tioken.-^-nAdvertlsement. to in Edmonton. Feb. 1.-According the latest report from the official m_ . i charge of the provincial jail at Leth- J .; bridge, cost, of living is not going up Condon. Feb. -V-The,admiralty an-i there in the same way as is general nouueed last, night that naval aircraft ! throughout Canada. The cost per at noon Wednesday bombed three capita per diera during the past year groups of sheds and hangars at the has been cut down to.15.54 cents and WosL airdrome. Belgium. Several di- ! the yearly cost per head was |56.72. I- t � r j reel, hits caused fires. An Extensive Raid Condon. Keb. 2.-The war office, in an elaboration of tho official report of itit-! bombing raid came by British aviators into O.ermany, .!anuary to-1 day disclosed the fact that machine ; gun fire was directed on searchlight , t rains ! on bu j visited, and also into villages in tin? j Moselle. valley. Altogether fi.^a7 1 pounds of bombs were dropped at an 'average height of l.fiOO fee*. One pil-i ot. made four attempts before reaching j his object, owing to the heavy mist which made flying difficult. M � ORE than two million Ford cars have been made and sold, and more than 140,000 of this vast number have been "Made in Canada". Better than all was the revenue for the year of $27,000 from the jail farm. The Cost as specified above does not include the entire, cost of feeding the patients but the actual amount that it! will cost the province and Hon. A. J. McLean, minister of public works, is ; of the firm intention to make this in-5. moving lights in the roads and i stitution self-supporting during the lildings in each of the districts achieve very positive results." The Ford enjoys the largest sale of any motor car, because it represents the greatest motor car value. Its name has always stood for low cost, and the car has everywhere given satisfactory service. Ford Endurance, Ford Dependability, and Ford Universal Dealer Service have made the Ford car universally popular. Every third car in Canada today is a Ford. The judgment and decision of these 2,000,000 satisfied Ford owners should convince you that the Ford is a superior car, and equal to your needs. Touring - - - $495 Runabout $475 Coupelet - - $ 770 GLORIFY U-BOATS THE UNIVERSAL CAR Sedan - $970 F. O. FORD, ONT. Amsterdam, Keb. 2.-The semiofficial Nord Deutsche Allgcmeiae Zeit-ung and other Berlin newspapers publish articles on the anniversary of unrestricted submarine warfare. They j glorify the V-boat an ;i "weapon which ; j hatt achieved utruteglc and moral re-! miHh, particularly againHF Groat Uri-! i;iin in its world position." FORD GARAGE - A. P. VEALE, Warner - Dealers, Lethbridge Z. N. SKOUSQN, Raymond 57425311 ;