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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ?'r men, agreed with provincial represen'atlve's on the necessity for a vigorous campaign to help forward . 60 BACK TO JAIL Emma Goldman and Berkman Lose Appeal-Address Bol-shevikj in New York food production. They approved the abolition of private employment agen- -----^, ., ,^....... cies and the extension ot provincial, RussianTovolution. Jails had no fears and muBiclpal employment bureaus, fo, them, they declared. Xew York. Fab. 2.-Einmn Coldmiin and Alexander Berkman, anarchists, tbday lost the liberty they have had under bonds while the United 8tatos supreme court was consltldring their appeal from cdiivictfon for consptracy to iutorfore with ihe operation o( Uto selective draft law. The mandate of the highest court, affirming the conviction, was filed hi the. federal court here yesterday nnd Judge Mayer signed the order dlrecllng the anarchists to surrender to United States Jlarshal McCarthy today. They gave iheiji.-sslvcs up. Berkinnn will be taken to the federal penitentiary at Atlanta* GB..,,ftud Miss Goldman will bo returned to the state penitentiary at Jefferson City, JIo. Uoth were sentenced to serve two years and., pay fines of JIO.OOO each, and were serving their terms when they were released under bull of bonds of $25,000 each, pending the supreme court's decision on their appeals. Miss Goldman and Berkman made Impassioned speeches before the delegates of the QoIshevlKi-controlled Russian colonial congress here last night and were, wildly applauded for several minutes'. Both made dramatic appeals to the delegates to carry through in America the spirit of the LETHKiitipbE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1018 John L.f Sullivan, Veteran of Rihg, Ha4 Great Career Just think! You can lift oft any com or callus without one twinge of pain. A Cincinnati man discovered this ether compound and named It freezone. Any druggist ^vill sell, a tJpy &ottl.e of freezone for very Kttle .co.st; You apply a few drops directly upon a Vondercorn'or callus. In-' stantly the soreness disappears,; .then sljortly you will Cid thecort or calliis iSO':'lo�e, Feb. 2.-Thirty-three thoitef nd; nine hundred and thlrty- eight caeea have been heard by the local exemption boards In connection with the Military Service ,^cti 30iS95 e)ffmpti6ns have been granted, 2,811 of .which were only temporary. Seven haundred and for^y-four exemptlona were refua-eti. The military authoritlea have appealed In 10i71B caae* so far and ?94 entHteiJ merj have appealed from the decleion of exemption tribunals, ARREST MEIVIBERS DIET Stockholm, Feb. 3.~Tha Finnish legation tp'>tali. vl::S^:i;LX AlYonrDniMiit's ihe famous C/^- ' /fe/fiaHfkam- � OUC rV. British madg 'by thr TktriHogene England. Sa1� Aeentifor HtnM F. Ritcki* iOMcCavlSJ. Tcrocii OUHftMlTHS gunsmiths & LOCKs'mITH?-Gun barrel^ atraighteued, guns restock-ohysicaln arid Surgeori. X-Rfcy equipment. Office and residence, 812 Srd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, :-i and 7-9. Telephone day and night t242. 226-0 DR. G. W. LKiiC"lTrM37c."M., Physl-clan ajid Surgeon. Office, Sherlock, Hlock, Lethbrldge. Phono 389. Resi-''^I'lye nil Gth Avonuo. Phone 1007. Wllce hours: U to l'M5; 1.30 to J 00; 7 to 8: Sundays: 1.30 to 3.0U. UOCTOil MARTIa^fY-At Cardstdn. Phyalciun and Surgeon. Accouchour., Office in tho Wood and Woolf Block. Phono nay and Night 136, Olllce also 111 Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. - _ � 36-6, - _DENTAL DR. M, J. GIBSON-DijkxJST QlUklV uate of Royal College ot Dental Sui> geons Toronto and holder of a Dom. inlqn Dental CerUflcate. Office: rooms 5-6 Rryan Block. Phone 1071. 24 on their knees, hysterically crying or praying. SiOOOTn'One Division The 21st Rifle Division of the Austrian forces had 5,000 men put out of action, or about 70 per cent, of Its lan front. The places of these men were filled from the invalid glass'and they were not taken back to that front. Regina; Sask., Feb- 2,-Argument in the case of the Ijratt Rural Mmj^clpal-Ity et. al., va The Hudson's Bay. Company commenced today in the supreme court before Mr. Justice Lamont. J. A, Allan, K.C., one ot the counsel for the defendant company occupied Iho morning in outllng.the argumeut forthe defence. - �  He stated that w(th. the consent of the attorney-general six municipalities In the province had ..been chosen as representative of fiondltlons preyall-Ing throughoiit othi^r miiniotpalitiSB. The surtax, tho payt^ent of which w.'h called Into question'wa!� Imposed n 1914 and had fieen resisted by theconi-pany. Mr. Allan spoKo-ai great length, his contention being that in Imposing the surtax, the legislature btid dctpart-Bd from the pnlversai, principles at taxation, that the tax levy roust be a uniform rate. of members of the (llet. and also several bank direotorw, >  . Tho despatch.addQ that l^eon Tro|;-zky. the BolahovlKl foreign mljilator, and Nikolai lionlne,> the , Rolshovlki premier, have tliroatetiod to , send three regiments to Vibqrg to crush the White Guard. The (Iflspatch,also stated that tho Russians avo leaving tho Aland Islands refustns tarofnaln t^eru S Helslnlfor? ^^'^ ^""i:'"' \>romUf> hv the Red Giiards in �Bl8ingfQr3 n�d arrested a nurabor .of an Increaseln wages, i Nothing Like lateriial ^athing for Constipation If people only know what internal Bathing is doing lor thousands of dth-urs Ibere woulil bf fewer Pills and Laxatives swi^llowed and very much less suffering; from Constipation and the accompanying Stomach and :Ner-vous troubicrt resulting from it^ Mrs. Cave, 841 Bllory St., Victoria, D.''C, .writes: "Before ubIhb tho '.i.B, L. CaBCado' I suffered constantly from Coristlpn-tlon, had frequent bilious attacks and sick headsclies. Since heglmiing your syHtom ot Internal Bathing with tho ',1. B. L. Cascade' tour .months ago, I have not had one attack nnd feel stronger and bettor In every way. ^Xy only regret i.s that I >lld not get,> Cascade sooner." By the proper application ot nature's cure,, warm water, by (means of thq "J. B. L. Cttscnde" the iQwor iptestinoH are kept froo from all poisonous wftstb. Drugs force namro. Intornol Bathing assists her. Dr. Chas. A. Tyrell ot Now York, a specialist on Internal Bathing, invent, ed and perfected the "J. B, II*. CbD-cade," which lius done more during tho puHt 20 yenrs In restoring health and lessening lilscaBe than all', other monns combined, Ask the Red Crosn Drug & Book t;o., Lothbirdgo. for Baoklot, "Why Man of Today is Only 50 Per Cent. Ijfflolent," They will also he pieasful to show and explain tho J. n. u. t:uKCHdo tp you--A^lvci' ANCHOR-DONXlDSONrLINE ,POPULAR SEFWICE Canada to GUfgow For full Information iapply to Agen^ or Company's otflcoA ?7P Main Winnipeg. A. UNDERTAKING OUR SAMPLE ROOMS ARE FILLED WITH LATEST AND f^UMEROUS DESIGNS OF GOODS. OUR POLICY IS TO CURTAIL EXPENSES, ENABLING US TO SELL AT LOWEST PRICES. HAVING ADDED MOTOR FUNERAL CAR Are now In a position to give up-to-dato service. . ^ GET OUI^ PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. MacKay and MacKay 803 Third Ave. S. Phone 1802. Open Day nnd Night MacKAY & ftfacKA^i-FUNBKAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and rosldencu. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. e. Phono 1S02. Always ')pun, never closed. farm produce FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA. MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lcthbrtdge, Raymond.and Magrath. Whether you wftnt lo buy or sell wo will mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldoe. : ; . i : Phone 777 W, J ' cloyo, Mgr., Ree. Phohe 36B M. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Phone 17S3 0RESSIV1AKING DiiESSMAKI.VG-321 llth St. S. SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE ALL LADIES north of 3rd Ave. S. and west of 5th street south Including North Lethbrrago and Statfbrdvllle, call'upon me^o be measured. ^ Corsets from ?3.B0 up. Children's waists. Stays guaranteed. Perfect fit. 1214 5th'Ave. South. Phone r.C2. Mrs. P. A. Parlter. OECORATINQ WELLINGTON BllOS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangbrs and Painters kalsomlnlng. General De9oratlne and Sign Writing. Esllinatcs given, The oldest established painter's in Lethbridgo. Rob. Phon�,ndfly in order to save fuel. ' ^ EYES TESTED J. M, HEHDERSOM - SIGhJ SPtCIAllST Difficult Cases a-iptt i.i Ity Otfiee jl Wrlijlit's Jtwrlf.rv iloic Hour� 10 vo Iz tt.iii. - 2 \j ij iiAl7BT-SPfiClALlB'TlF IN French Dry CIe<�nlng. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to gar< ' merits. Only the highest oitiai work' turned out. No dyeing. Immediate i atentlon is given to countrjr ordsra, ' S24 0th ntreet South. Phont 1818. '. loo SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, �e?' pairing and alterations vrell done at' reasonable vrlces. w9 call for and deliver goods. 4iq 0th Street South.'' ,. Phone 684, , - 261-30''' lMb WING, Uio^tanor, Cle^nln* pressing and repairing. High olaM work at. lowest prices. DaUvcryfres. 113 7th St, jr^Phone 1019, 2y�-2� " ELPCTRICAL; ENGINBER h. b, McBLYBA, as^oo. A.!!..* B., Electrical Engineer and q^ptrnotor. makes a spoolalty ot wiri^g^country honiee and instaUing ligbilMg-Vlan(l. Oonsultatlons on all kinds pf aleo-trlcal work, 13U4 4tb AvC'8, Pbque 1888. ' � aU4)i ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND AtL KiN08'\0^ TRICAL WO?^k. ' WX. McKeiiBl^ & Co. 43 05727?49 13 24 ;