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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta *J.UESpAt,. EEBHUAny 12, l�l>. TJ^ LETHBRIOqE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVE* T 10 M PEACE Make Suggestion To Govt. Lead-* ^ cr-Two While Guard Leaders Shot Stockholm, Feb.. 12. - The Red Qunrdof Finland, which attempted to overthrow the government, ii reported to have asked Qon. Man-nerhelni, loader of the White Guard, wHIch Is supportlnB the government, to consider peace negotiations. Refugees, from Helslngfors report that two of the Red Guard leaders-M. Hapalalnen, minister of Interior In the revolutionary cabinet, and M. S. irola, foreign minister-have been shot by the White Guard. . do vou like to laugh 7 see the Maker of 1,000,000 laughs at the or-pheum......... GILLETTS LYE RETURN TO RUSSIA Grand Forks, B. C, Feb. 12.- That the Doukhobors of Canada are constdcrlng the rem�day, because it is Nature's Skin Healer- nwde from root� and herbs like the balms used by. the early Romjinsv bnt.-more>sclentiflcally rcflQed,'.blended and con-cehtratedlntoiMaTenient form for modernt use. When appiiedto � skin disease or sore, Zam-Buk's nnnsnal power of penetration enables It to reach the nndcrlyinn'tissues where most of the dlsekse germs are located. These it destroys, and wlien the diseased parts arc medicinally cleansed the healing essences contained In Zanii-Biik grow new. healthy tissue which replaces the old and diseased. This is why Zam-Buk cures are permanent. Zaui-Buk cures from the root up, IsaTlng no trace of hidden jdisease to break out again. Zam.Bnk Is absolnliely pure. It is also free from animal fat and consequently It cannot turn jrancid,-bnt wilt "keep" for an indefinite period. This naturally appeals to careful buyers and in combinatioa with the balm's reliability, explains why Zam-Buk U always found on the medicine shelf �f the good housekeeper. - Those who have used Zam-Buk say nothing can take its place for ccsema, ringworm, salt rheum, boils, pimples, ulcers, abscesses, chronic sores, blood-poisoning, piles,-cuts, burns, scalds and all skin injuries. Mc box^3 for $1.35. All dealers, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. FREE SA.UPLE scat upon appllcatloa land Ic stanap for postage. To accommodate our increasing business we have moved to a larger store at 418 5th St. S., yrhere we are showing a fine line of ^ mai|sl 'e^^akreciistom tailors and can guarantee perfect' satisfaction in fit and worjc- Ship." if Sf '..Ui. 'V, � rf1 M You Would Iv^-^ - liialit/Year's Garment* ,[ �Rei?^ta; Pleas^ ijemember we are fjxpert steani: aiv^' Frepch Dry Cleaners. / 'IT 418 Fifth Street South Phone 444 Mrs. A. C. KIllliiH of JOdiuoulou Is the guest ot Mrs. K. Wan?. Wr�. 'A. B. gtflfloid is vIslliMg Mr.s. J. E. Lethbridgeln (-�algaiy. Tho Dig Brotli'er.s of Kni>x Cfnirch ar�j bdinjs" cnterUliiod by Uhlph "Wad-dington on Thursday night, � * � W, L. MacKouzio Iuih returned from Toronto, lie SayH li,^ is glad to get buck to a warm cliiiuitf.  * � Members of the Ni.'.vl of Kin are reminded to meet iil l\w Red Cronv rooms Wodueaday (tvnMlng at 7.,^0. � * � Mr. and Mrs. IIiikIi Keiiiiiburgli ot the Purple Springs di.strict spent Inal week the guests of lolallvos in the city.  * . The ladies aid ul' Wosluy church will meet Wednesday uffcrnoon at three o'clock In the ladies' parlor of the church. Mrs. Gagnell ot tho (,'anudian Pension Department has bneti in town tho past two days and loaves this afternoon for Taber. The Daughters and .Maids of Kng-land win ineot at 8 p.m. sharp on Wednesday. AH - members are requested to attend. ,  � * The Willard W.r.T.f. will hold a social at the home of .Mrs. Duusworth, Gil 9th St. south, on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Rveryliody is Invited to come.    The Y. W. A. ot the Haptiat churcli will hold u social in the church tonight at 8 o'clock. good program is prepared. The public is cordially Invited.  *  The ladles aid of St. Patrick's church held an enjoyable social last evening consisting of music, euchre and whist. Mrs. Kelly aud ,Mr. Mal-oney won the euchro prizes.and Miss Brooks -and Mr. T. Kennedy wore the winners at whist.' A very large crrf>vd was present. . Pto; Jesse llardle son ot Mayor liar-die Is at Seaford Military Hospital after being seriously gassed. Dr. Norman Wallace, who niarrieiOV^. DON'T STINT THE MILK or cretim oi> the breakfast cer-onl. ;Hspecli>lly If It cpines from this dairy. Our milk and cream are, praptloally complete, foods in them�|elve8. They are the pro-ducts of well (ed, well cared for: cattle, handled with the extrem. est care tis to purity a'nd clennll. ness. .''. ' � ' .' �'� .. ' V � � Crystal Dairy Limited 1S76 - Phone . 1576 Si" rred LSkI e o The Values Offered In This Selling of Wai^s is the MoS Important News in the Newspaper Every woman hereabouts will be interested in' this SALE OF WAISTS for it comes at a most opportune time-and what is of special interest, is that the waists are all- Fresh and New and in the Favored Spring Styles The entire lot has been arranged on tables so as to provide quick and satisfactory selection; while the values will be sure to cause lively purchasing. This Sale of Waists emphasizes, in no uncertain terms, the activity of this store in securing seasonable goods at prices that bring to you Unusual Values at the very beginning of the season. These waists, in Voile, Pique, Lawns, etc., in white and a variety of delicate colors ranging up to $3.50. Regular, Values are all included in the one price of- PLEDES ASSISTANCE Ottawa,, Feb. 12.-IT. J. Sterling, presIdenCi of the Fort William., and Port Arthur grain exchange, 'which Includes on Its membership 160 business men, visited the food controUor'a office today and pledged the assistance and co-operation ot the exchange In every possible way. " " WILL HANG Winnipeg, Feb. 12.-Felix LetalaV will be hanged on February 21, unless' the minister of Justice Intervenes and: �;i-ants a reprieve. � / . I.etain was aentenced.at the Dauphin, Man., fall assizes tor the murder o( Paul Grenier, a fur trader with whom hewa.s associated. THE best proteilion to your health is sound teeth. The best protection to your teeth is obtained through periodical visits to a Qompetent dentist. ^, , ... . .  ;'.-i-r. The best materials and the bent ot our skill go Into every portion uC our ...,wor)c. The best results ^^aro ^therfi|or^pl^r r VVtalV^d- A-ml roriienlber- ' 'I '' 3?090829 ;