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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SA'i'i im.w, fkhhuaiw 2, mis THE LKTIIBRIrr-rP; DAhVi' NKHALU PA('.!: X1.XB I KM IS THE food value of cocoa has been proven by centuries of use, and dietitians and physicians the world over are enthusiastic in their endorsements of it. It is said to contain more nourishment than beef, in a more readily assimilated form. The choice, however, should be a high-grade cocoa,-"Baker's" of course. IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package jMaclc only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. MILADI mcioTcnrrj toads-mark IOsI iiblishi'il 1781) U.S.A1 SPAIN TO IE MUTILATED HANDS TO 1 ESCAPE SERVICE.;'.JAILED Madrid. Friday.  Feb. 1. --Mimtuis Tic Mhucemas, the Spanish premier. Inilii.v said ho was well satisfied with (In! progress of tin; negotiations between Spain ami the Ignited .Stales. The United Slates is represented by .Majors IJelniont and Urown. .Spain's representatives are Kenor I'rrmljo. :i hanker, Sennr Garnicn. under-secret-ary (if finance, and Kenor I'ina. former Spanish minister at Washington, They bave been discussing commercial ar-raiiRenientH between the two conn-trie-i. The American negotiations are. In.inn conducted in accord with the French government. Greenville, H. C, Feb. i!.~-Seven j years sentence for cutting off three j fingers of bis right hand to evade i military service has been imposed by � u. court martial here on Private Kd-I Ward Causey, of Dover, T/ciin., and a four years sentence was given to Private Marl; L. Triplet, of Granite Falls. .\". ('.. for similarly mutilating his left band. GETS THREE YEAH F I One of the most apparent evidences of personal cleanliness follows the use. of a . . Sanitar.v Hair Dressing % HERPICIDE Applications at the bolter barber shopf duai'antccil by The HcrpicWe Co. Sold Everywhere SPECIAL AGENTS, D. HI(jinbotham & Co., Ltd. i The. provincial police have recently been active in rounding up guilty par-� lies in thefts of wheat, and yesterday j two men were sentenced at Maileod. ; Arthur Glatt who was..(miml guilty of j grain thefts at/ Clareshoim, was sen-i teuced to three years in Edmonton j penitentiary, while Joseph Shrnvo was given a year in Lethbridge jail. At Stavely J. Miller was sentenced to six months for .forgery. J* The Cunard, Anchor and >Anclior-Donaldson .steamship lines have been merged. PC I I For the Future The piano you buy novy should give satisfaction- complete satisfaction-for a lifetime. Fifty years , hence your children and your children's children should be enjoying it. If it be a if einikman & (Err. Art Puma "World's Best Piano" that will be the case. The Heintzman reputation is a reputation built on long service-permanency of tone, construction, finish. Every Heintztnan / . piano is its own best advertisement. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Wareroom in Armstrong & Raworth's, LETHBRIDGE. r J. HARRY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAGER mmmmmmm AN APPEAL Can t we get the LeUibridge women to take up seriously the conservation of foods. Our neighbor-! to the sontu of us are going ahead in such a splendid way. Let us do our share before Lhe government says: "Yon must.'' Let. us be volunteers nut conscripts  Let us pledge ourselves to the saving of food tyul leave the government to deal with lite hardship of high ^juch-s in this country. I quote from a letter sen! to the. writer by a member of the firm of Washburn-Crosby, the greatest flour business in 1'nifeil States. It was just after the annual meeting, and remember (liese men are in touch with food conditions all over the world. "In my business the mills bave only one-third of normal amount of flour for the public. The balance goes to all the armies of the allies. Look at. the enclosed clipping if you think the war is almost over. "Those boys over the water bave the worst ahead in 191s. and do you iknow Hi a I. peace or no peace, more people in all fihirope will starve in the next, ten years than have died in this war. It's coming and we must. save, food. The world's surplus is exhausted except Australia's which is too far away." This clipping enclosed is a list of charities and appeals. Dr. llarnardo's Home-7.01)0 children need food, many of these children orphans, the fa'bers killed in the war (over (I.OOO Harnardo boys in the overseas contingents are helping to defend our homes t. Help the children of the Merchant . .Marine. Friends of Armenia-Think of the homeless starving children. Think of the unseen children of the blind soldiers. Help us to save Belgium's little ones. Remember starving Poland. And now 1 quote from .\largery*Mac- Murchy's appeal to Canadian women: "In the preseuce of the world's anguish and danger, we take today a .solemn pledge to give ourselves to the i saving of food--and we solemnly re-] inind our government that by this ! pledge we leave them to deal with the j hardship of hi^h prices in this country. Yet we do know that while tho (world is starving it is scarcely possible that prices can he made lower to a great extent. ! The supreme food needs oversea:-, i are wheat and wheal flour, meat, {sugar, and fats, and the people of Cannula must restrict the use of these commodities to an increasing extent. ' I Our food is sacred-with it we. can save the world." This war is mine and thine, and � his and hers and ours and yours. .Miss Winnie t �.nl Miss Minnie Alchesoti are spending ' h�> week-end In Calgary. The ladles' socle: v F. and F. are holding unlovable dances i,,-. Feb. r,ih. Mrs. .lames A1 dei� A., North, had fur week her sister and i l.eliere. and Mr. Adri dieine Hat. Hi Mi" II. of L. lumber of their I n'Milay night, in IT I.; tilli Ave. her guests this 1111� 11�, Miss Agnes ''11 I.eHere of Mo- Mrs. (I. \Y. Handiil! ,muI children of Stavely are visiting .Mrs. Kandall's lather, Mr. A. A. Blai 1o. Texas, Feb i ing and killing lour pei -gerunsly wounding a to it '!�: , ,i-, u,c himself blown io pi"if- lie i| �. aa m i i  which was > brown inio thi- - inn 1 bouse in tltt* Mexican 'roiir ly wounded. ; The police chased 'be infuriat '*d .Mexican for ten block-', shooting as ! they rim. He entered the hoiis,> in . eveuing. ir. F GOT SOME PRISONERS OF Y.M.C.A. SECRETARY p.i lllicl ���'.Moll igh' ing :.--ll.,u sn'. u :be i lAis.'.i Wood isoue: s ' - "Tlie ii igii i passed in ' today's official communi- | nere was Mime artillovy '. legion of Hurnba.up- : i. A raid noVlli of nalib.'il us in bring CALL FOR HELP. At lb" meeting of the board of dir  ctors of the V. M. C. A. Thursday/''" resniutiou of ajipreciai ion the Mexican quarter, barrii uteri him-'of the services ,r .Mr. lib hell, the self anil then opened fire on ilie i�d:ee.! sect itaiy. v. a � passed. Mr. KieU'd --- killing one policeman anil Juan �� look eh.i/ge i,t ihf ins; ii ul inn a An Ulan-ii Port, "rli 2 A cult for cia. depuly tax coIIcmoi. iliine when 'lie finances were mil so 1 help wa- se.-ivid today ironi an ofl ------------------ ; vlrone; and has (mill it up until it b- . Ial!l��r a-iiota......I in datr-.'t of lieing now on a paying basis. 11has proven , pounded to pieces in a heavy sea off tone of the most pop.llar and el'l'icieiii ' ihe o,ast Xavai a ul iiorit i.";. announc-' secretaries to have had charge of the ! i d that ship- had proceeded to her ' institution. . a>>istame. EGG DEALERS ARE MUCH EXCITED k ECKROTH- K KriS I.KII On TueRday evening. January -'.uli. Mr. tlonrod ICckroih and Miss Magdalene Kessler. both of Winnifred, were united in marriage ai^ St. Patrick's church. Medicine Hat. by the pastor. Rev. M. F. Kitapatrick. A number of friends anil relatives witnessed tin; ceremony. WM. GRAY LEAVES LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL Tell Hon. Crothers Thai O'Connor All Wrong in His Charges .Montreal. Feb. 2.-- Protesting leiir-rs are being despatched to Hon. T. W. (.'rothoi'k. minister of labor, from :he Montreal Kgg Dealers' Association and the Montreal Produce Merchants' Association, the latter to be followed by a delegation to see the minister personally, as a result of charges made by W. F. O'Connor, cost of living commissioner, Ottawa, that .Montreal but -ter and egg dealers were hoarding commodities. The produce merchants state that, the stocks of butler on hand here this past month were less than in .laim.iry. till", and the present stock of creamery butler i� lii.oiiii packages less than at this time last year. The egg dealers assert, that Hi." stock of eggs in Montreal have been reduced from l.Oelj.filN dozens to ."liiS.GSli dozens-not enough to supply this cityV domestic trade for more than fifteen davs. Roth organizations held indignation meetings this afternoon md decided upon making the protests. STOP FOR A M0MENT-- D O YO!' KEALIZK neglect of any duty is /Mil? the fact that an unqualified ! Mrs. A. ( her cousin, real. . Saunders has Mr. John Held, :is her guest from Mont- [ Speaking of Vancouver's lady mem-; bur of the legislature, a Victoria pap-! er says: "If any member of the Ilrit-I ish Columbia legislature is tinder the ' impression that Mrs. Halph Smith will ! lie at all bewildered or awed by hei\ surroundings in the house and will he i a long time before striking her legislative pace, he.will be speedily distl-: lusloned. Very few of the members, : if any, are more familiar with politics and politicians. Few of them will be able to instruct her in political tgii-, tics. For more than "25. years she was indmately associated with the politi-, cal activities of her hunband. not. only , in the -provincial - field, but in the wider field of, national politics. She I will be thoroughly at home in the io-j cal legislature." The Major Jack Ross Chapter of I. O. D. E. WILL hold A AT THE VETERANS' CLUB ON FRIDAY, FEB. 8th The evening has been set a few days earlier - than Valentine's Day on account of the opening of the Lenten Season. CARDS AND DANCING Vocal Solos by > s MISS MAMIE BROOKS and MR. GEO. FLEMING  Tickets 75c each can be hacf*from any member of tbc chapter. FUNDS FOR PATRIOTIC" WORK b 'o: Cough Nearly Gone in 24 Hours' Th�t'� th� aan*1 et|t�ri�ac* with till* ham�*m�de remiir, I'tt* Uttlr-try tt. Anyone who tries this pleasant tast� injr hoinc-made cousii eyrup, will quickly understand why it' is used in more homes in the United States and Camilla than any other cough remedy. The way it takes hold of an ohstitiaU coutrli, givinir imniediata relief, irill make yoiK^esiret that you never trial it before. It is'a truly depeaaMM cough remedy that should be kept handy in every home, to use atthVBTM sign of a cough, night or day. Any dnitfcist can supply you with 21 > ounce* of 1'inex IH0 cents' worth I. Pour this into a 16-oz. bottle and ill the bottle with plain granulated sugar eyrup. The total cost is about 55 cents and veil have 16 ounces of the most effective, remedy yon ever used. The nniulc, lasting relief you pet from this excellent cough syrup will really mrprise you. It promptly heals the iri-flarncd membranes that line the throat mid air passages, stops the annoying throat tickle, loosens the plilecra. ana soon vour conjjli stops entirely. Splendid for bronchitis, croup, whoop* iug cough and bronchial asthma. Pincx is a highly concentrated compound of Norway pine extract, and is famous the world over for its healing effect on the membranes. _ To avoid disappointment ask for "2 li ounces of Pinex" with, full directions and don't accept anythkac else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction cr meaty promptly refunded pons with. *?:is ' preparation.' %he Pimcx Co^ Toronto, Ont (From Our School Correspondent l It was with sincere regret on the part �t I'18 students that the news I was learned on Wednesday that Mr. I \Vm. Gray, the popular muster of ! mathematics of the High School, has j resigned his position on the faculty. � and has accepted that post ai the j Central Collegiate Institute, Calgary. ) Mr...Gray has been associated Willi 'the High School here for several years ami is n grent. favorite with all. , the students and members of the staff (alike. His loss will be felt, keenly, I but our loss is Calgary's gain. Mr. j Gray will leave on the first of next | mouth. To dale no successor has been appointed. On Monday, the first Literary Society meeting of the new your was held n.ud was unite a success. The program wns of a genera! form and included instrumental, recititations, short speeches, etc.. and the reading of the High School paper. A'nollier inter-class cdriipetitiou lias been arranged lo extend over the spring session of the Society. The first eveiiticomes off oil next Friday and will take the form of a mock trial 'with the twn senior grades as the contestants. The Jong awaited II. s. pins bave arrived at last and are certainly worth waiting for. The 1-1. S. colors, navy and wiiite show up particularly well lUid all express themselves as very pleased with them. Grade VIII. is the most envied class at the Central school just now. The reason being a shipment of new desks for their use. The design ia a radical departure from the old type and embodies the box desk and revolving chair. Examinations in squud and rifle .drill, and semaphore signalling will shortly be held in the cadet corps. The patriotic collections for Jan-nary resulted in the sum of $24.00. Contrary to the general rule. Grade XII. led the school with an average per head of 29c. To Help on Farms Principal Dobson of the H. S. announces that it is more than probable that the older boys will .be- given an opportunity to go back to the land this spring. This will prove m groat incentive to better work among those affected. FINDING SOON OTJ HALIFAX DISASTER I Inlifax, X. S., Feb. 2, �' The !. Urysdale commission, which' investigated the Mont Blanc-lrao collision and matters in connection therewith, will present its finding: -on Mc/ndnv morning at 11 o'clock at the court house. ' > > Why then do you neglect your teeth? They are the guardians of your health and in duly towards your health you should safeguard and protect them. Oood health with bad teeth is impossible. If you do not realize this now, you will, to your sorrow, eventually. . , . Why do you pui off your visit to the dentist -are you afraid'.' Then he assured �- DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. Brs. Brimer, Richards and Nelson Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-1 15A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK sii*_-VMil 4a THANKS u. S. London. Feb. 2.-The first meeting of the consumers council, appointed to advise, wi'.h the food minister, yesterday unanimously passed a resolution, offering its sincere thanks to the people of the United States for their self-sacrifice an.% generosity in curtailing their own food consumption for the purpose of furnishing more adequate supplies to their friends and allies in Europe who already are suffering from a scarcity. ******* ^Ac Most Beautiful Car inyJmerica A PAIGE winter top means luxurious comfort in cold f\ weather-every advantage of a smart Sedan at only a fraction of the expense. These tops are made especially for the Paige Lin wood "Six'39." They offer, not only complete protection from the elements, but a strikingly beautiful appearance as well. A new "Linwood" with winter top equipment costs $i 528.50. Purchased separately, the price of the top is $230. Why not see our dealer today? Ei�e� "SI�.5Jt y.passengtr 11775; Coupe "SI*-55" 4-p�5arog� JJ85A; Tom C�r "Si�-55" 7-pasjenger $32)0: Limousine "Slx-55" 7-passrngcr $3230; Sedan "Six-5J" 7-passengtfr BookJanda 4-passaiger $1795; Linwood Six-39" J-pusstnger J1730: Gli-ndale "Suc-39" Chummy RoocUta- $1330; DartnwotrSJs-M .2 or J-palsrnger S1330; Sedan "Six-39 . 5-paJMng=r $192$. Alt Prices f.o. b. Detroit. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT. MICH. The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Street and Sixth Avenue South Provincial Distributors for Paige-Detroit Motor Co., Phone 588 Detroit, Mich. ;