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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THVnSDAY, fkwuahy 7, 101A THE LKTHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEtf 1 u OF Will FUND Ottawa, ['lib. 7.-The following have boon elected members of Hi is national executive committee, of the. Canadian 1'utriotlc IumJ: Hon. Jo.siah Wood, Sackville, N.B.; Judge A. A. Maellonalu, Charliil.te-luwu: William Ulrka, .Montreal; JJout. Col. Clarence I''. Hmlth. Montreul; Limit. Col, H, W. Leonard, St. Catharines; Senator AV. B. WIllouRhby, Mooso 1 .law; T. K, Argue, Swift, Current; Sena-] tor .Vlletiener, Kod Duer; ('. O. Pcn-| noclc. Vancouver; A. C. Flunimerfell, Victoria: II, T. Walt, Hrantlord, Out.. [ED, TIRED WOMAN I �-------------1. : > > : � ___�----~uu1 l. li * : ays: 'Information from Ottawa with respect, to the drastic regulations which it is expected will hi; announced by I lie mod controller in tin; course of a lew day.s has reached this city. It ik possible that the im- ! pending regtilulIons will mean a com-j pl�?o revolution of methods ol' doing: business at present In vojftic. "P. II. Tustin, of Winnipe!-',, formerly chief of the sanitary commission cif that city, will .it is said, bo appointed to administer the new' regulations.'' MILAD PHONE 1224 CIRCULATING IN CITY Police Investigating - Counterfeiters May Have Plant Here Kow She is Strong and Hearty Philadelphia, Pa.-"I was over-Worked, run down, nervous, could not *at or sleep. I felt like crying all tthe *ime. I tucd different remeiSies without benefit. The doctor said it was a wonder I was alive, and when Vinoi was given me 1. began to improve. I have taken, eight bottles and am now strong and perfectly healthy in every respect, and have gained in weight. I can not praise Vinol enough."-Mrs. Sarah A. Jones, 1025 Nevada St., Philadelphia, Pa. We guarantee Vinol to make ovcr-i worked, weak women strong or rc-1 turn your money. Formula on every bottle. This is your protection, J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druggists, Lcthbridge. Also at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. The Milk We Offer Is Of The Best In Quality It is bundled and bottled in the most cleanly maimer. Wo know that once you try this mirk you will use it regularly. It is clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 � Phone - 1576 An'Atlantic Port, Feb. 7.-For Hie first time in lho history of thin port a spy search on board an arriving passenger .ship In trans-Atlantic service was conducted today when the Xieuw Amsterdam, of the Hollaml-Amorieau Line readied her dock horn. All lottei'B funnel in passengers and crows' possession are being seized. These are being placed in envelopes, sealed, and turned over to American censors for examination. The precautionary measures were considered necessary because of the fact that tiie Xieuw Amsterdam came from Holland direct. Covernment officials declined to say whether disclosure of any thins specific in the way of spy activities was anticipated. Some very smooth 'con" money is floating round the city these days. The counterfeit is in the form of 2'i cent and five cent. Canadian silver pieces which are so trfle to form that they can hardly lie told from the real thing. A couple of piece.1; have been passe* this week at Starland and a couple more at the White Lunch. The city police are investigating as there is sonic suspicion that the queer money may be manufactured in Letli-bridge. Mrs. T. !l \)c('ic guest Mrs. Perry > > ? > : > : cl'.' bus a* her ( �Hulllij �Via ms iej w loll tuhu'iif.s:-: anil Yic'K, Toronto I 1 unc .i lantern iiiinb on Friday  !' on -('tit- Ki'.d V av A silver Mr. anil Mrs. WHmki an,! liu rims, arc i be giicM j i - .: I>. Unpaid. The ladle of i n- Ku �: n nice! at the I: "', ( r .is- : 'w: row ufteniooii. Mrs. It. S. I'cmkliri aid Alice, of Uiiiimor*. i.m spending I lie pasi /�> cup mi II 'r'.yi'i. .Mashed ab'oage, Pauatia n Multius. nien- ollow.-. nps whole wheat da. teaspoon k. cup molass- meats. Mix dry ingredients and coarsely ground nuts. Mix molasses, milk and egg together. Add liuuid to dry ingredients stirring just  nough to mix. Put in greased inutTin tin- IJake "0 min-nies in moderate, ov.-n ] j i.owesi nuniber �� > ..... tec. : Number of hospital days for I ward patients tfreei ......... 1!', ; Total number of hospital days for month ....................l.'pi I Number of operalions under general anaesthetic ............ H7 � Number til' operations under local i or no anaesthetic ........... I! (Nuniber of patients treated in otit- ' door department '............ 1 ! Number of dressing treatments : in outdoor departmotn ....... " i Tiie hospital wishes to acknowldgc I witli tliunks, the following donations j received during the month: 1 turkey, i Delauv's .Meat Market: magazines. W. ic. t.'i:. . A. McCLAKTY. Lady Sirfieiintendeul. El GUN EXPLODED ON RANGE, 3 KILLED Ottawa, Feb. 7.-It is officially stated through the ' militia department here that General Thomas A. Benson, officer commanding military district number 6, with lieatitiuarters at Halifax, has been granted extended leave, of ahsers-c anil that, durinp his absence Major General Lessard will command the district. General Lessard, who is inspector .general for eastern Canada, will continue to hold that position while acting at Halifax. Col. W. It. Lang, of Toronto, will go down to Halifax as General Lessard's staff officer. JEWISH POPULATION .. GREATLY REDUCED Now York. Feii. 7.-Disease, starvation and expulsions have reduced'the Juwlsh populations of Jerusalem to .II!,000 or about forty per cent, in the throe and one half years since the war began, according to cable advices received by the Palestine restoration fund commission hero. SAY HE WAS PLANNING TO SELL MILITARY CODE Chicago, Feb. 7.-Federal agents last night arrested Frank Fielding, a cadet of the British Royal Flying Corps on a charge Hint he. was planning to dispose of the British military code, and plans and designs of flying machines, to a supposed Germau agent. Tiie code book was found on Fielding, but lie denied that he had. made any efforts to dispose, of it. The supposed German agent, one Stratforth, is still ot liberty. Quebec Legislature Refuses To Adopt Measure Providing For It l.awtoii. Okla.. Feb. 7.- Captain 11. | P. Christie, whose home is said to lie! in Philadelphia, and Privates (',. S. j Vandeveer ar.d Jactiues Bareilles, both i of tiio Ninetieth Field Artillery, were j instantly killed v.'iien a French 7.7 gun exploded on the artillery range at Fort Sill yesterday. Another private was seriously injured The gun was being used in target practice. WhyDread a Dental o Operation  PHRHAPS your -previous experience in fit! 11 in your mind. Or you have listened to the harrowing stories ot a friend -who was tortured in the chair.--- BIJT modern methods of painless dentistry und our particular application ot their principles have changed the ontiro situation. Thousands o[ satisfied patients today testify to (ho fact that  �, . DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE--3 CRI8TALL BLOCK BUT DID NOT GO DOWN New York, Feb, 7.-'The Cuiiard Liner'Aurania, 13,400 tons, was torpedoed by a German submarine within the last 48 hours wliile bound for the United States, it was learned by officials of the Cunard Line today. Although badly damaged by the ox-plosion the ship was not sunk, and is believed to be making her way back to port with the assistance of govern- | ment ve.ssejs, it was said. The ship j carried but little cargo. - Quebec. Feb 7......The legislature again refused to adopt compulsory education yesterday. Hon. J. Decarie, provincial secretary, claimed it was not necessary as Quebec occupied second rank among the provinces in school attendance, British Columbia being first. T. D. Bouchard. St. Hyacintbe. who initiated the debate, claimed the provincial st'cretary's comparison was at futi't. Tile figures on school attendance in Quebec were based on the children from five to ll> -while in Ontario the age limit was 21. Mr. Bouchard also demanded uniform text books and that the government should provide the schools with the flag, so that French-Canadian children would i>now it. Arthur Suuve, leader of the opposition, contended the question of educating the children could be left, to the conscience of the parents. Compulsory education would violate the rights of the parents. AG1STME1I Cossack IiCader Making Good Progress and Movement is Growing Harbin. Feb. 7.-The campaign against the Bolsheviki is proceeding successfully in eastern Siberia under the direction ot the Cossack leader Semen-off. Tchita. on the Trans-Siberian Railroad :'.70 miles east of Irktusk. and Ivarinslmi. the junction point, of the Trans-Siberian Und Amur Railways ! have been captured, together with a i large quantify of arms and ammuni-! Hon. The movement against the Boi-J sheviki appears to be growing ju strength. E GUARANTEE TO RYS. Washington, Feb. 7. - Chairman Smith of the senate interstate commerce committee, in reporting favorably to the senate today the administration railway bill, estimated that under the measures the government will guarantee annually to the railroads of the country $040,000,000 which will represent a return of 5.32- pet-cent. ? * ? USELESS TO TRY IT ? IN SOUTH AFRICA + Capetown. South Africa, Feb. 7.-1 via Router's).-Regarding the recruiting conference, report of which -was cabled yesterday, a resolution urging the government to enforce the principle of conscription generally or to apply it to British-born found some support, but It was negatived in favor of an amendment regretfully recognizing the impossibility of enforcing conscription under the prevailing conditions in South Africa. The amendment, however, pledged the conference to redouble its efforts to secure recruits voluntarily. ? ?�����KHBR�!RMJ>aMKHHnn ? ? Quebec. Feb. 7.-Liquor license legislation which will make the province of Quebec "bone dry" after May 1, lft.13, was introduced in the Quebec legislature this afternoon by Hon. Will- j ler Mitchell, provincial treasurer. All J licenses to sell liquor now in exist-! ence will expire on that date, and will i not be renewed. Liquor for sacramen- i tal, medicinal, mechanical, manufac-1 luring and industrial purposes will he sold under a special license. FUEL SHORTAGE IN THE EAST NOT EXAGGERATED People Carry Coal Home a Bag At a Time and Burn Fences. A Woman Advises Women Tyncsidt P.O., Out. "I received your sample of Gltf riJ.l.S niul after ii.�inrr iheni I i'clt so much belter t li a t t got a hex nt niy (iiiiggi:>L':; and now I am takiup the tliird bu.\, "The pain fi^ross iuy bint and kidneys lius alinu�t entirely tone ;iud I ?iin'better limn j liavi' ueeu for years, l was h ^rrat sufferer from rheumatism but. it has all Icl't nie. I strongly advise ftJl women who suffer from p*in in lh�* back and went Liilucys to try GIN Pll/r.S." MRS. T. HARRIS. Giu Pills sell for 50 etc a box or 6 boxes for $2.50 at alt good dealers. Sample free if you v?rito to National Drug & Cheinicnl Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto; or to V. S. address, Na-Drn-Co., lac, act St., Buffalo, N.Y. sua Sb A Clean, Rosy, HEALTHY Skin is the birthright oi every child. Contact with countless unclean, germ-laden things every day, however, brings the constant quota of danger and the happy, artless ways of children niake them especially liable to infection. Even so there is one sure safeguard you can use- HEALTH IQAP It is a wonderful disinfectant, and a bland, pure, free lathering soap for all toilet purposes. The most tender skin welcomes its daily use. The mild, disinfectant odor you notice vanishes quickly after use. At All Grocers- Lever Brothers Limited toronto Kirkby's 1 Tea Rooms will now De Open for Refreshments on Sundays I�aginning February 10 11:00 a.m. TRY IIS * IGfeiDillsi i ^^forthejl KIDNCY9 � "There is no exaggeration about the reports that are coining through from the east regarding the fuel shortage," j said Len Kane, of the Herald press-i rooms, who returned from a month's | visit to his home in St. Thomas yesterday. "Fuel is carried home from t.ln; cars in little bags, a bag at a lime," he says. "In the hospital where, my father was ill there was Bometimes not enough fuel to last the day. The flowers beside his bed froze one day. Nothing was ever experienced lil;e it. At Windsor. Chatham. London. It is ail the same. Al Windsor the mayor told the people to burn up the fences, even the neighbor's fences if they hud to." Auction Sale WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS -r * Friday Next, 2 o'clock FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE A QUANTITY OF Furniture And effects including: Very good solid.oak dining chairs with leather seats: extending dining table; good sideboard; SOLID O'AK FLAT TOP DESK; two oak writing tables; two swivel oak office cbair.s; brass mounted beds with �pring and mattresses; 6 DRAWER SINGER SEWING MACHINE in perfect order; "Royal Jewel" range with reservoir in good condition; oak dresser; a fine DINING SUITE in fumed oal;, comprising extension table; set chairs und buffet; all brass bed. complete with coil springs and Ostermoor mattress;, several good carpet squares; toilet scis; clock; kitchen chairs; roc.lter, etc. Pair very handsome upholstered chairs; mahogany easy chair; bedroom chair; grass rocker: EDISON GRAMOPHONE, with 12. records: uoholstcred lounge; a burner ni) stove; handsome mahogany centre table. GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY, 7.30 TO 9.00 TERMS CASH PHONES'770^-469 .WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE.. 4656 7078 5?452595 ;