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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rrttf lethdridgp: dally hrrAld PAGE seven'' QucHlion ('omes Up-More Dc-IJiJJs of Gahigc Fire-To Open New School BEDRIDDEN WITH Felt TUt lU Would N^w W4lk Ani� "FRUITSnVES" Bntiht tmif. (Kifim om- Own CorreHPonJeiit) Nobloroi-il, Kcb. J,-\V. J. Buchanan *aa cnlled to IUb home town on.Sat-nnluy to seo his inotlior who Ib ro-porrcil to bo Herlonaly ill. He lott hero Hmifluy inUliilglit. � MIbs Oockrnno \vh3 a vlHllor nt 'Mrs. Kitclianun'k over the week end. Ml-. Noblu paid a Rhoit btlslnesH trip to CalKniy during this week. New School ; A movemeut Is nnder way to have a tonnal opening or the now school lioio en.rly thin month. The children are, wo' understand, gelllog un a pro-Kramme. 'I'ho contractor of Ulc church lia.i promised the board of iiianager.'i that '.t will )id ready for ojienliig on the 17th in�t. The board are meeting tonight ,to nialto full arranguincntH for the opening ceremony.  The annual meeting of tho Sunday School which wiiH called for last Monday had to he poBtponod on account of the weather. .Tt will be held next Monday Ht tho home of Mr. Cranstoun. Mr. Dean, of (lie Ilarttord l''lrp In-siiranco Co., waB a bualnoss visitor hero on Wednesday. The asBCBBOi: tor the Winnipeg Underwriter!! Insurance Clo.. Mr. Harrl-.son, was In town on Tuesday looking over the rulnB of our garage. The Garage Fire Tt Is now possible to give (i few more particular."* of the fire wlilcli burned down the garage here last Friday. Tho report which appeared in the Herald on Saturday was short, owing to having been telephoned In. ' "WHien tho alarm was given at id o'clock the concert in tho new K.P. hall had Just finished and the only thing tO'see at first was a vast cloud of HUioko p'Ouring out of the building. Groat efforts were niape to got out tho cars inside but tho smoke was more tliat human nature could stand and II of them had to he left. At first sight after the place began to blazo up it looked us It tho entire business centre of the town watf doomed and a hurry np call to I.ethbridgo and riarons was put In. .There was only one well which watiM- could bo grit from and a line of bucket men'was soon established from there.to the stores and also to the head ptfico'ef the Noble Foundation, Ltd. A good supply of buckets, ropes and ladders were got out of the stores and by 10 past' 10 the tight against the fire had commenced. At about 10.30 the roof of tho .Voble Foundation office building began to snoul-ilor and the records of that company together with tho bank i)apcrs, whose V, offices .are iu the same building, and the furniture of llr. Cranstoun whose rooms are upatalrs were moved out to a place of safety. Hy the effort of some of tho men who gdt onto the roof and 'were given plenty of water the flro was beaten out and as soon as tho danger was over tho things were put back Into their places. On the other aide of the garage the pool hull b(j-longing to'Mr. Sorenson, hudTi narrow escape, but by pushing the outside Vail of the garage over while stUl on lire this danger was averted. So quick and fierce was tho fira that hy 10,4.5 the only thing that remained. 6t tho garage and tho 14 cars was a heap of burning ruins, it is understood ilial SEVEN BERLIN MR, LORCNZO.LCDUC ^ 3 0ttaw�iSt., HulVP,Q. "Fniil-a-tives" isueiiaihlyawondcr. For a year, I suOTored with Jiheuma-thin ; being forced to stay in bed /orfive months. I tried kinds of medicine but witliout getlinf better; and tbouglit I would never b� able to walk again, "One day wbilo lying in bed, i read aboui 'Kruit-a-tives' the g�-cat fruit medicine; and it seomcd just what i needed, so I decided to try it. The first box helped me, audi took the tablets regularly until every trace of the Jlhcumatism left me. / have every confidence in 'Fruit-*' Hues' and strongly recommend them to every suiTcrcrfromltlicumatism", 00c. a box, C for ,?2.50, trial sbe 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid onf receipt of price by Fruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa, Ont. (co.VTINUKt> krov FitONT PaOI) die whether to Join the strike. SMould tho decision bo In tho afflrmatlvo the workmen are declared to be determined to make the ccssHtion of work general. Tho Koelnlsche '/eitung declares that a majority of the *orkinen In Cologne are opposed to the strike. Want Reichstag Summoned I^ondon, Fob. 2.-A demand that the German relchstag be summoned to dis-CUBH tlio strike was made by the Vor-waorts In a leading article Friday, an Exchange Telegraph company despatch from Copenhagen Friday says. The nerliner Tageblatt, It is added, declares that the civil power will not grant tho wish of the Socialists and summon the relchstag, as the radical elements would only be given opportunity to recite strike iiropaganda ,in j the parliament. Atl Al^preciatioft of Work 61 the Western Asso. Press PROPOSE 10 SEniE WIOTENAY FLATS, B.C. >YGU1 BlUOUS! LET GASGARETS" LIVEN LIVER AND BOWELS ben't Stay Headachy, Conitlpat�4, aicki With Bad Breath and . Stomach Sour. Oet a M-cent'hox now. Vou men and w�m�n who can't gat teelinK rla8saeaway very (aw day* with talts, catbartto pills or castor, oil7 Caacarets woric while you sleep; Cleanse the stomach, remove the our, undlfested fermantlag food and oul aaaaa;. take the excesa^btle from the llVer and carry out of the system kll the conitlpated waiite matter and poison m the howeli. A Cascaret will itraiffhten you out tv mornlnK-^ -lOrCent box from any rug itcre �will keep your stomach weet; Itver and bowels regular, and lead, dtoar for months. Uon't forget ,n children', ,Ther love Oascarets be-ause they toste good~rnav�r gr^pe or ,Uokeii.->-iAdvartlaomeiit. Mr. Tackaberry to whom the building belonged Is already making plans for robullding both tho premises and busi nesa. Want Incorporation The petition which lias been presented to the government asking that the hamlet of No-hleford be |ncorporat-od into a village has received favorable consideration and notices have been posted in the place logotlier with an advertisement in tho Herald stating that this will be done iu due time. The slxe of the place now demands that the village act be put into^otfect and almost tlic first thing that'"should be done, and will be if comment on the street mean anything, will be the getting of some flro apparatus so as to prevent as much as possible another fire like last Friday. The Uadlos' Aid of the church bold their annual mooting yesterday at tho home of'Mrg, \V. J, Buchjiuan. 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* ,1. Harris vice-president, and Mrs. Stewart, secretary treasurer. With the opening of the new chpfch the ladies are hoping that a great impetus will bo given to the work of the aid. A meeting of the Wonijen's Institute was held on \Vedno?driy afternoon and routine business transacted. The members present htid taken their sewing with them and put In a bns>' nf-tornoon sewing for tho Red Grosa.^ On Thursday eVenlng th6 A'arlely Show Co., gavo a Vaudeville program In the Castle hall.' There was not so many in attendance owing to the wild weather, but those who were there had a good tfhie and a dance concluded the programme. Victoria, Jan. 31.-Hon. John Oliver believes tliat the land settlement board will be in a position to expend about a million dollars this year In Its program of development. The board is now going over a list of land tract's offered for sale to the government and has already taken a number ot six months' options, It Is understood that the board's Intention is to obtain areas of land in various parts of the province so as to bo ablo to otter the intending, settler a .choice of soil and climate, investi-gatiou of various tracts has already been made by board members. Among these were the Sumas Lake flood bottom, on which engineers are now re porting, and tho property of the South, em Okanagan Land company, a 30,000,-acre 'tract south of Penticon. Consideration was also given the flood land near Creston on the Kootenay flats. Where tho board considers a particular area desirable (or purchase It will probably offer a fixed price payable in government bonds. No deals have yet been definitely closed. HOLD ALL LAND FOR Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. 2. -The Saskatoon Dally Star .says editorially: "Actually, the Wnsteni Associated Press passed out of cxisience some time ago when tin. mnv Canadian J'rosB Limited, took over rlin business of supplying news tt) tin? papers of Conada, from coast in tonsi. Ilut.'thls week has seen the hist riles admlnls-'torod to the assoclBllon. at a meeting held In Calgary, and ilm occasion Is fltfing lo^pay some iiiiic. tribute! to the organization thai hiazi-d thr organization Into, the bigger permanent organization' that covers the whole country. A Great Service "Not many people in tlie west have appreciated the .efforts which a. per capita per diem duriug the past year has been cut down to .15.54 cents and the yearly cost per head was |56.'f2. Better than nil ^,a8 the revisnu^ for the year,of (27,000 from the jail farin. Tho cost as Bpodfiet) above dbee not luclmle'the entire cogt ot,feeding ihe patients but the actual amount thai^ It will cost the province and Hon.,X,:i. McLean, minister ot public worki. Is of the firm Intention to make thl^ in-Btitutiou seif-sifpptHting during tjie next few ypars, ^ SAYS AUSTRIA WAS . TMN ON ROIIKS Amsterdam, Feb. 2.--According tp advices receivt^d here, Ur, Von Seydlar, Austrian premier, replying to firfti-cisins ot the government'ii program declared in the lower housq Thurpdty: '!Clve me a free sea and than you soon will perceive that I am abl^ to negotiate, but It; is thQ tr�Klu t�le of this goveriiment that during the storm it is thrown on the rooks, aye, even among tlie mine fields. Never-Chele^is, the government mahituins Its course and soon will show that, avp^iC' lally in the ocbhomic respect, it |h en deavoring R> acbiev� very poBltlve results," ' GLORIFY U.80ATS ithliridge Branch- R. T. Brymrijeir, Mgt Amsterdaip, Fob. 2,--The seuiloffi ulal Nord Oeutsctie Allgoniolne iSeit ung and other Oerllii newspapem pub liah artljOles Qh the ann|vers{iry ot in restricted suhmarine warfare. ;Th9y glorify the V-boat �h u "weapon whfoh has achieved strategic and moral r�; suits, particularly against Great iBri< talii In its world position." Guaranteed to be made exclusively from the ingredients specified on the label. BAKING kains no Your Grocer sells it. Costs no more than the ordinary kinds. s mm 10 ONT. Chief Inspector Gives Some In-tere'ating Figures About Pro-diiotion in This Province Udnionlon, .Feb. L-One hundred and fifty tijus, or tour cars ot Alberta coal, weri^ Bhlpped to Renfrew, Ontario last week. After a statement ot this kind it'AVDuld not be surprising any day to lioar that Alberta coal was taking a contract to keep the furnaces , _ _ _ ,. on Parliament Hill going. The coar 150,510 tons. In IVM, there were 17, E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO. CANADA Winnipeg , Montreal thai went to Uonfrew, which Ik only a couple hour." this side , ot Ottawa, was .'tent from the Yellowhead Pass. It is possibly not generally known that there are lOU mines putting out "domestic" coal In that part ot Alberta north of Red Deer, and with the labor at present available for coal mines more than 2,000,000 tons more of coal could be mined In Alberta than there Is at present. Alberta ' coai'ls Kradually making ils way east, too. Last year there was over 1,000,1100 tons of Alberta coal shipped to Saskatchewan and this-.market has been built up within a very few years. The-, amount lo Manitoba is going up also. In laiC there were 19,252 tons of lignite shipped to Winnipeg; In 1917, 71!i tons of bituminous, and In 1917, n!�,u3!t Ions aiid tho amounts of anthracite .and briquettes,* although small, are still Increasing. Alberta's payroll for mine labor is about $10,-1100,0(10 this year, and the output ap-provini'o. Cliief Inspector of Mines proximately 4,100,000 tons in the John T. Stirling feels that fully 7,000.-000 to S.OOO.OUO .tons r-ould be mined here wiih llic facilltie.s already at hand. BURNED TO DEATH Krysun, Que.. I'eb. 1.-l^lre early yesterday morning destroyed the home ot Samuel Laporte, on Calumet Island, four miles from here. Ills daughter. Rose, aged eight years, was burned to deatli. o ver Milli ion ORE than two million Ford cars have been made and sold, and more than UO.OOO of this vast number have been''Made in Canada''. The For(| enjoys the largest s^le of any motor car, because it represents the greatest motor car value. Its name h�is 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 Catnada 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. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Touring -Runabout Coupelet Sedan - '< F, OB. FORD, ONT, -$495 $475 - $ 770 $970 FORD GARAGE - A.'P. YEALE, Warner ^'*fi - Dealers, Lethbridge Z. N. skoUSQN, Raymond ;