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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rpAGE EIGHT THE I.F/nt BRIDGE DAILY UERALlr WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 1.3, VJ\S Burned a Livery Burn and Only ; Splendid Work Saved the ) Town ' lEr"ir- Uni '�  �HI. n' i Memlseiim. Feb -r> fend fire here mi Mondaw nigh; 1: Started In a Vvery liarn behMRWR to J. Jensen and rented by Murray anil Warren, at * o'clock through she explosion of n lamp ai.rl a: '�' w;>.� ^ IIIMII he horses and har-The :i'!i:uit had no barn \\ .1 s partly in - entirely burnt "it wns burn;. bun si, nes.c Hfri1 sjved Insurance, tin! the surod. Becker iimi Yates' lumber yard -.v.'.? next to the I13111 ami for a U� 111; lime It looked a-� it all the yard �ou(d have to go. hut thanks to tho wind, whir!) w�s blowing almost due on.-t ai! anil look most of the sparks ami tir.t'::-ing debris on to ;.he jii.tirie and the most heroic effort-' of t". e-y man. mo- SOLDIERS IN CAMP The abrupt change from home comforts to camp life may be trying on your boy's health, but if he will only take the rich liquid-food in SCOTTS jt will create richer blood to establish body-warmth and fortify his lungs and throat. Thousands of soldiers all over the world take Soott's Emulsion. It is exactly what they need. Scolt & Bowbc. 'IV 4i MOST CHARMING TUB FABRICS AT "THE BAY." MAKE YOUR SUMMER DRESS NOW. I I Easy to Make This j t Pine Cough Remedy % T Thon�andi of families swear bj Us T T prompt rccattii. lnfipmilir, T ? ami tiTN al>ont ? *++*>>****++*e*** *****>>*. \ou know that pine is us, .1 it; neariv 11 prescriptions and I'-medie- 'o. vougiis. The ri-hmjm is tu;H pine contains several jiei-iiliar i-ii-incut s that have a remarkable erl�-c: in soot bintr.  rjd healinim!'r plain uranu'atni siojar syrup. Nobi-ine; better, but why httv it: You can easily make it yourself in five minute-. To make the. best pine emiL'ti remedv thax money tan buy, put 2'-'; ounce-' of Piiiex 16(1 tents -worth! in a Iso/. bottle, and Jill up _ with"-m*.ii  sugar syrup. This t'irps vou lti otitic--more than you cut buy rta! Viaex 1. a., Toronto, Cnt. STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBR1DGE \ Reasonable Rent \rIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. APPLY TO \ A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh St. W. Calgary, Alberta. WANT FIXED PRICE IN V. S. KAISKII Washington. Feb. 13.-A bill to fix the price of wheat for the 19'8 Crop at not less than $2.75 a bushel instead of $2.00 as now provided, was introduced today by Senator McCunidtr, Republican, of Notth Dakota, and referred to the agriculture committee. Senator Gore, Democrat, of Oklahoma, also introduced an amendment increasing the goverment guaranteed price to $2.50 a bushel. ! man atnl liitid in town, we iuatuti:i'u to saif V.; > uni (-\oopi a lo! ,>( , fence pi�jt:� .uni p..inkr and tin firm of Keeker rfml \ ates lake op|io:- ttitl'.ii' o; i'\ p ' .'ssttiit their \ el > deep a Pjiivi :a; ti'ti t; eastt: cr. The, hoaril deeideil oft ins to tiio very uinei; .1 i:i conditions no' t.; httoii a new school ibis yetf. loll to renuHl'-i the present one. tit-assy Lake. Feb. 11. Mv. and Mrs. tins .Smiiii returned home Thursday after spending a month touring the UNDERTAKING OUR SAMPLE ROOMS ARE FILLED WITH LATEST AND NUMEROUS DESIGNS OF OOOOS. OUR POLICY IS TO CURTAIL EXPENSES, ENABLING US TO SELL AT LOWEST PRICES. HAVING ADDED MOTOR FUNERAL CAR Are iiov In a position to gir� up--to-dat* service. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. MacKay and MacKay 803 Third Ave. S. Phone 1802. Open Day and Night A Fight for Life It has been right or die for many of ti? in the past and tho lucky people ar* tho^e who have suffered, leu who arc now well because tiiey ti^di'd nature's warning =itjnal in time to eurrert ibeir trouble wt'ii t!t3t i^nderftil new d is COTery of Dr. I'ierce's, cs> lied '  An uric. " You should promptly heed iliese warnings, some of wliicb are di7.7y spoils, backache, irregularity of the urine or the painful twiugr-s of rhmimatisrn, sri�li m sjjx per cent. JOB -R. S. Ward, secretary-treasurer since 1911 of District Number 2. United Association of Machinists, which includes the entire railroad systems of Canada has resigned his position to take up the management of the local co-operative ntores. R. J. Tallon. of Calgary, president of the organization for Canada, has arrived here lo lake temporary charge of the office vacated by Mr. Ward, pending the appointment of a successor. NEW RAILWAY OFFICIALS St. Paul, Minn.. Feb. 13.-William P. Kenney. was elected -president of the Great Northern Railway, late yesterday, at a meeting of the board of directors. He was formerly vice-president in charge of traffic. Ralph Budd, formerly assistant to the president, was elected executive vice-preBi(l�nt. Louis W. Hill remains chairman of the board of directors. Announcement was made some time ago of the plan to elect Mr. Kenney and Mr. Budd. Both will assume their new duties tomorrow. VASSAR DAMAGED Foiighkeepsie, X. V., Feb. lii. Fire . which broke out last, night, in ihe east i wing of the main building of Vassal-(College did 18(10,000 damage and for ia long time threatened to destroy the entire building. None of the students were injured and no fire reached the quarters of the 400 students who room in the main building. WINNIPEG BONSPEIL. Winnipeg, H'eh. 11.-The thirteenth consecutive annual Winnipeg bonspeil opens here today. About seven hnnd- GT. BRITAIN GREATER London, Feb. 13.-The total stocks of wheat in Great Britain at the end of December last exceeded those at the end of December, 1916, by a million quarter*. Andrew Bonar Law, the chancellor of the exchequer, told the house of commons today. red curlers will take part this year.! comprising most, of the crack curlers | from the western provinces and the head of the lakes. During the ten days of the bonspiel, a number of conventions will be held in Winnipeg, bringing to the city hundreds of westerners in addition to those who actually will participate in the games. SUCCESSFUL RAID London. Feb. 13. -'We carried out a successful raid last night, upon German trenches southeast ot Hargicourt, capturing 11 prisoners, including an officer,'' says today's official stafe-meni. "Patrol encounters, in which casualties were inflicted on the enemy, occurred last, night southeasL of IMPORTS SYNDICATE Amsterdam, Feb. 13.-The Frankfurter Zeitung, a copy ot -which liar, been received here announces the formation ot an . imports syndicate, with a board of officials made up or trade specialists. BEAD HER UVnUt BaHKxjR.S. '' About eight Month* ago, I Teid your dvrrtUement in one at the Halifax paper, offering a free sample of Glo Pills for the Kidneys. I hud been a martyr for years loin-tense pains across the back. Before I had finished the third box I found myself perfectly free from pain." Voura sincerehr, (Mat.) Jakb Psict. GEO. H. LEGLER  Nanton, Alberta, and G. P. DEARDORFF AUCTIONEERS Will sell together in the Lethbrldga district. Write, wire or aee G. P. Deardorff, Box 550, Lethbridga. g-oing-!! ll[ftP|CICEWIU!aVl!t GONE III iHmi|io.Hcm:iK JUST DISCRIMINATION i London, Feb. 12.-In tk�Jt house of commons today former Premier As-quith. commenting upon President Wilson's speech to congress yesterday said the president had discriminated justly, in regard to both the tone and substance, between tlie declarations of the Gorman chancellor and the Aus-tro-Hungarian foreign minister in their utterances regarding war aims. GET SIX MONTHS, Region. Fell. II. -G. A. Campbell and J. II. Gray, alleged to be mixed up in a Bering of robberies in Ontario, were f sentenced to six months with hard : labor in police court here this morning . by Magisrrate ilefferanan, on charge of desert ion. Until men pleaded guilty � lo desertion from Ihe ll.'2nd battalion headquarter... at (jail. Ont., -nearly a; year ago. Tin- men deserted just be- : fore their uni; left for overseas. Prince Rupert. B. don Lockerby, for C Feb, Its. many years Gor-Hud died yesterday pal- Port alylla, B. C. | Victoria, tistics for I year 1017 VITAL STATISTICS Ik c. Reb: 11.-Vital liritish Columbia for s lathe show decrease in births I WAS somewhat peeved-LAST NIGHT. George got SCNTIMENTAL about my hair AND I told him that having NICE HAIR was a duty BUT THAT having something UNDER THE hair was in a MEASURE A privilege AND I felt myself f IN THE privileged class. I BELIEVE that men don't THINK Of anything but a woman's LOOKS, BUT i thought CEORGE WAS different. Voura for beautiful hair, SPECIAL AGENTS, J. D. Hlglnbotham *V Co,, Ltd. Keep the Family Savings in a Joint Account in the names of two or more members-- Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It is an all-round convenience, as either can deposit or withdraw money, and in case of death the balance goes to the suryivor without any formalities, formine an immediate source of ready money. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - . - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager CARD8TON BRANCH . * . - F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Manager ;