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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY I, THE LEVtlBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Slatemenl IT. S. Will Have Half Million Men Heady is Pre- posicrous. r I VVftshinKton, Dec 4. -Secretary ql' War Rdkor'H recent statement to th� aennto military committee that, the United Stnten would have- u half million soldiers in Prance early this your and that pros pot: L.s wjto not nnproui IhIhr for .ships to carry a million more who would bo re-arty during (he year, wi*ro characterize!! by .Senator Hitchcock, Democrat of Nebraska, in an ad-dross to tho sonato today as "nhHoIute-ly preposterous and so exaggerated an to convoy an entirely false impression 1 f m or The Moment "Face's Diapepsin'' Reaches the Sti -nach Al| Distress Goes. Do soino I'oods you eat hit back- tnsto good, but'work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps,and cause a sick, our, gassy stomach v Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot. this down: I'aptVa IMapopsiu cU^prits everything, leaving-nothing (o sour nurt upset you. Thoiv inner was anything xo safely ijuick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach in disordered you will get happy relit--" in fiv 1 minuter, but what pleases you is that it hrrengtheivj and r^uhito.-. ymir stomach so you can eat your favoritu foods without fear. Most remedies giv* you relief sometimes-they nre slow, but not sure, "i'ape's Diapepsin" is quick, positive and puis your Hiomach in a healthy condition so the misery won't come back. You foci different a? soon as "Pape's Diapopsin" comes in contact with the stomach-distress just viuishos --your stomach Rets sv/eet.. no. gns->?,. no belching, no eructations of [indigested food, your head clears and you feci fine. (in now, make- the b^st inves' ninit you ever made, by pelting a large fifl y e.eni cnae of T'up""s Diapcp-.jin from any drug store. You rnaii/" in five how needless it is to suffer front indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.--Advert. as to what wo ran do and are doing." Supporting the committee's bills for a war Cabinet and a jimniUonB director, Senator Hitchcock declared that Secretary Baker was no doubt sincere but was mlnled by lack ot information regarding ncurcity of whips in making sanguine predictions. He said Presl dent Wilson lilmaolf "doea not know the real situation" and cited this situation us an illustration of tho atmcuco of government co-ordination. Complete First Draft Wellington, Feb. 4.---Provost Mar shal Uendral Crowder today announced that the movement of the last increments of iiKin aeieeted in the first draft will begin on February 2$ and continue for a period of five days. This will complete tho operation of the first draft, u  V T* ? ? ? ***  ? NO HEATLESS DAYS FOR CANADA Ottawa, Feb. 3.-In view of the advices from Washington that the United States government is likely, after tomorrow, to discontinue its policy of closing factories one day a week in \order to conserve the coal supply, no action similar to that taken by Fuel Controller Garfield will be recommended to the government by C. A. Magrath, fuel controller of the Dominion. ? J v > > * �> > *> > #> & > > > > o  ? ? ? * > > *> �> c� > �> v V SEALING CONTROVERSY ? TO GO TO ENGLAND City C Want To Avoid Advertising in Newspapers ,5 ijauds in the eity nf LeUibridge in arrears of taxes for 19H. l!Mf> and IHlti or any portion of those years wilt be sold for the taxes against them on or about June 17th, 1JMK. This win decided at. this morning's meeting of flu* city council. it had been intended ar first fo ."tart advertising for the sale, immediately bo that it could be held in April, but it was delayed for two reasons, tirsi in order to give the city assessor time to communicate with large tax payers in England to inform them that they can avoid the costs of a tax sale by paying their taxes before the advertising starts, and second in order to see if the legislature passes some uniform act which will provide a cheaper means of advertising the lots in arrears than in the newspapers. The present charter requires that each lot. be advertised in nine editions of a newspaper published in the city. The council suggested that some arrangement might be made whereby mimeographed lists could be substituted. City Solicitor Ball was inclined :o be dubious about this. 4 Victoria, H. C. Ken. 4. Ap piirently the Audette award not the final chapter in the sealing controversy. II. has been learned on good authority here that, the whole question of sealing claims ik to be brought out for hearing before thn British government, in England as soon us tho sealing interests have prepared their case. Captain David L. Jones, ii. N\. of this eity, has been acting on behalf of the sealers. ** V V V rommeudfd n-iurn to Canada, iMuvrred to return to � his reserve b,malum in England. This I soldier should take his own ease up 'through the medical officer. Men unfit, for service In the field, J says the memorandum, must be used for necessary work in England and Erance. If they are found not, fit for useful work, or there is no suitable work available, they are sent back to Canada. Any request for the discharge of a soldier on the ground that lit* is under age should be accompanied by a certified copy of the boys' I birth certificate-, ur a statutory declaration if th** certificate is not available. .4 4 J V V leave of soldiers T h 1 Halifax Eebruary 4.- This afternoon both Ma okay ana* Eamodec were admitted to bail for EXPRESS APPROVAL TO ROW ELL Ottawa, Eeb. 4-lion. X. \V. Howell, president of the privy council, will be the guest of honor at a public mass meeting to he held tonight at the Collegiate Institute assembly hall. The purpose of the citizens of the capital who have .arranged the meeting is to express their hearty approval of war time prohibition as made, possible by recent action. Ottawa. Ecu. -J.-Dealing with the policy of ihe militia authorities in re-I gard to requests received by the department for leave or discharge to Canada of wounded Canadian soldiers. a memorandum issued here states that "all Canadian soldiers, if sick or wounded, are given the very best possible medical attention. If. unfortunately, any men ate so seriously wounded as to require prolonged periods of convalescence, they will if recommended by tho medical authorities as fit to travel, be returned to Canada ad soon as transport arrangements can be made." The memorandum goes on to say that many inquiries are received asking that soldiers be returned to Canada during convalescence, and that these nuiiH necessarily be left to the medical authorities Jo be dealt with. Nothing is to be gained by submitting these requests to the overseas author-Hies as it has almost invariably been found that by the time the request, has been received and investigated overseas, the soldier has either been re- 11 heir appearance tomorrow before 'Stipendary McEeod, bail being granted lo Captain Lamodec in $10,000 furnished by Erencli Consul Gaboury and Alfred Colwell of Robert Reford. Ltd., and to Pilot MacUay in 96000, his bait being furnished by Sheriff Hall, chair man of the pilotage commission. H. Mellish, K.C., is acting on behalf ot Captain Eamodec. KING ALBERT TO FRANCE Paris, Eeb. 4.-King Albert of Belgium passed through Paris for the south of France, where he will spend a few days with the queen. He called on President Koincare. who asked the king to hand to the queen a newly created medal, "France's gratitude" on behalf of the Ereuch government. 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