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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1018 TflE LT-THBRIDGE DAli/V HERALD CHAMPION I NOW RAISES Thanks Home People For Gifts Building Brisk in Cham- pion 600 CHICKENS After Being Relieved of Organic Trouble by Lydia E. PinUiam'* Vegetablo Compound* Oregon, 111.-1-1 took Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound for an organic trouble which pulled me down until 1 could not put my foot to the floor and could scarcely do my work, and as I live on a small farm and rail a six hundred chickens every year it made it very Lard for me. "I saw the Compound advertised in my health no I ran do all my work and I am so grateful that I am recommending it to my friends.''-Mrs. D. M. Alters, R. R. 4, Oregon, III. Only women who have suffered the tortures of ouch troubles and have dragged along from day to day can realise the relief which tin* famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, brought to Mrs. Altera. *> Women everywhere In Mrs. Altera' condition should profit by her recommendation, and if there are any complications write Lydia E, Pinkham's Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of their 40 years experience is at your service. (From our Own CorresDondcnM Champion, Feb. 14-Tho local Woodman Lodge, No. 15832, mot in Holiday's hall Wednesday evening, Feb. fith. The principal business was tho election and installation of officers for the ensuing your. The following were elected: V.C., W. It. Scott; W.A., 0. T. Stoddard; R.X.B., John Millar; "P.C., Mr. Maynard; Clerk, A. S. Roberts; escort, M. B. Chamberlain; watchman, Alfred Mfcitlock; sentry, 1j. Hollander; trustees, A. Ferguson and Mr. Maynnrd. An Rem which affected the whole lodge was tho resignation of Neil Me-Laod. Mr. McLood for the past seven yoars has been thn buck bono of the champion lodge. Women's Institute The last meeting of the Institute, was held In (ho rest rooms Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 6th. Mrs. A. T. JoylinK president in charge. After the preliminary exercises Mrs. U M. droves. Champion, gave an instructive helpful paper on "Truth." Evangelist Barton opens his services here Friday when his topic will be Tho Mysterious Finger. The Ladles' Aid met in the church last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Hard-e.aty president In charge. The ladles during the afternoon completed two quilts. After such a strenuous time refreshments were served by Mrs. Geo. Orr. Building Activity Contractor C. Kock informs your correspondent that Champion from a building standpoint promises to be the busiest town along the line between Calgary and Edmonton. Already throe buildings are under construction. Mrs. C\ Wright and family have Just moved Into their now residence on the sub-division. The Champion orchestra fulfilled an engagement In Nobleford Thursday evening. The boys evidently produced the goods as they are invited back again for next Wednesday evening. ,, 44 , ... Nurse Ouyton has gone to her homo j f l,er Parcel torwar in Ballantyne for the month of Feb- I Unio11 hS- tampion. W ruary. She expects to be back in Champion by the 1st of March. Mr. Pearce our local tailor and band leader has returned from his-extended visit to Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins and daughter have gone back to their homestead ;jn miles northwest of Lacombe. The interest in the local union Sunday school is still growiug. The attendance lust Sunday was 71. Blues intend to surprise the Hods next Suudny with a large force of new pupils. 1.0.0. E. SPBINCJ COULEE the a rn (From Our Own > '� rrd' > Spring Coulee. Feb. 14.--Afler high wind of Saturday night we again poaeeEulIy tjui"f Last evening Mr. Marian, second son of Mrs. C. ('. Thompson arrived from California with his pretty Utile bride, and is no v.* domiciled at the | "TX" ranch. Lust r-vening Mrs. Clms. , Kelley gave a.dinner in their honor to! all relatives residing in and about i Spring Coulee. j Thn play entitled "Tin' rlopment ->i j . n,in, - tx . . _ i Wllen" is all cast, with rlie exception chapter of the l.O.D.L. has a splendid !of on6 cnflnu:ter. do hope inine | record to Its credit, as will he shown one eligible will ro-.m- mrwunl during ! by the annual report, including Red Lont, that the piny may lie put on Cross work. A total of $7800.05 was immediately alter Khm-.t. The characters are: Hirliard Ford, a devoted young liii/band. Mr. HU-The report says: Special mention J void. Molly his wife, Mrs. Orrook. should bo made of tho celebration a,t' Rout. Shepard, Mo!J>\s brother, Mux Aiacieud, I-'eb. H.-The Ft. Maoleod raised during the year for all purposes. the Blood Indian reserve in July, when Ten Eych, a chum of Uoherts, Mr. Ralph Thompson. Dorothy Mark, en- PAGE SEVEN TRANSFERRED TO MEXICO Washington. Feb. 1 .V -Negotiations fnr ;i freer interchange of foodHtuffs f;ml other products by the United States mk! Mnxiej hemm here' are to lie concluded nl Mexico City. I'Yom Kovalt v Pres. Wilson SECRET MISSION A:..-!.-'n!,un. l-V-.h. la - The Ta�lcach� (rHs ,l?Oi.Ka"'0 )j:.-u of KerJin announces that a (M-|)!ji iiiuii of I'.ilisli troops from Hus- '�;� u;i ;i::.38 having been raised for Red Cross purpose** the work is able to continue and 12,-3S3 articles have been shipped to the .Alberta branch of the Canadian Red Crosp. held at tho home of Mrs. BradfieUVa, Friday afternoon. The following ladies were present: Mrs. J. Harper, Mrs. Field, Mrs. Hardisty, Mrs. Hed-don, Mrs. Manhardt, Miss Drown, Mrs. Geo. Orr, Mrs. H. M. Durkee, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Dollarhido, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. L. J. Adams. Sowing and . knitting was the order of the day. The next meeting will be held at the home of the president, Mrs. .1. Harper, on Friday afternoon, Feb. IS. The local branch is still in need of two or three sewing machines. Mrs, A. J. Jopling, secretary of the Red Cross Is on the sick list this week. From Former Pastor The following letter Jh from a former Champion pastor, Pte. J. Oliver; France, .Jan. 14, 1918.-"Two days ago it was my privilege to receive a ded by the Words fail to express how much I appreciate your though (fulness and kindness in remembering mo in such a practical way, and if you could have only seen the joy and cheer it brought into the lives of my comrades and I. you would have felt that your labor had not been in vain. When ever I think of the happy times I spent at Champion and the many kindnesses received from Its The 1 weow*e lDe words of St. Paul to the ___ who is doing some special investlga- At the special meeting in September 1 lion tor econimlcs courts during the . . , . . . , w , , .; summer, Miss Sang. .John Hume, rec- u whirlwind campaign of Macleod amllt0p oC Sl AgneS) Ml, UoV(1 WaUer> Place: Pleasant Mill, a suburb of New York City during the summer of 1905. Those taking part ave in Mrs. Or-rock's charge during Lent and as soon an they have memorized their parts will begin rehearsing Last Sunday's sun ices were well attended as usual of hue. }I r. and Mrs. .less Sherman wort* in Spring Coulee yesterday aftor an absence of several weeks. Mrs. Sherman who is an untiring worker brought in' several pairs of beautifully knitted socks for the Red Cross bag which will be sent to Lethbridgo Friday THE CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMITED acm K:m;. lasr tuiMit -, Rise i�s fellow.- "Tho (^ueejj ;: ml he von't. woril ! u �iuvrnv: w.'ih'li v-jI; � ! denly cuJi^d up.'it >ui e yon of our h ( ;ind my eiiinitry havi v ri/.uiibif servaji!. i Slgi.erl i (>rge, R. Pres. Wilson's Mescaye -: i President WiNou \\;is info!-n:"ii � i j i i r,- n IM. I.J �' (1 h ii r ihe li'^r". :y me;;! ;;y . ( i-'it'ed .i n-i 1 MONTREAL ELECTIONS wi.-.j!. r-^ei,. ir, i.. a. Lapointe, ' . . nl e>;-silf 1 �Tiniiii, has decided � '���i I'u." )):*� )nn yt>:n\t v 'igailtst � '/i >i. i-Tio. Vitrei! Ledilc. M. P., Is 11 !!].�::Nfpii'-ii as ;i likely sfarter in loayrn' � in re '['In* '(fi-Mt.e - in Mi,ni reni ;ir�- liehl in April. h of by (he ooiiri.osy of Mrs. Munroe. We hope, to see nit the younp pfu-ple of tin: comjiiunlty comiuK out to i Devonshire. K')\'ernor Sunday school next. Sunday ai 1 o'eloeK j ada. He seni Ihis reply: shnrp i:o enal;Je our mini-ii.�t\ lie v. Jnglis to superintend the S. S.. 111 insiUy of the death ui wn- :i..;n,;� . '��ador, in a telegram Iron: ii;e hnke e W r;ti o;' ' r i ii "I/is (Jrae.e. fjje Duke ui' Devonshire May I not Ihani; you earue.-'ilv for Tl FORESTRY .SCHEMES M 'linuirne, ,\i';iha. Feb. \u. -(Via Reij rer's Oiliiu ;i Agency (.-Hon. Mr. Alii.--n. iijjiiisti'i- of d"feuse. states thai '.en li-niriied soldiers will he absorhec* u:i'le- tlie I'riresiry -riiemei't of Ihe var--'jm.. .:i;jte�s and nior" wiil lie absorbed la ur: l'1 ! conduct ills service, promptly ai 'j and I our mes-a^fi iuformliiK ! bo able to reach Mwrith fur his even ins services. It is nuhnr li:\rd on our clergy, to have to piny the orjran, read the scripture lessons, prcarh ihe sermon and ride ]?> miles on horse b^.-Jt u> do so. For three years now the depot has Lmornlng after their sovin^ circle been open both mornins and after- [meets today with Mrs. McCarthy. DISASTER IN GAL1C1A Zurich, Feb. 15.- -a crowded pa;ts�n- ger train from Stani-lati to UemberM. \ Galicia caught firo last Saturday night j between Jezupol and Wodniki. The train stopped on a bridge over die 1 inie^ter and many itaniv-.^riekCTi paasengorfi jumped from the ears inlo tho river and were drowucil. Many others were burned to dea'h and a noon, an l.O.D.F. member in charge, j Mrs. Sherman who is an expert many workers meeting there, while'noodle woman lot'L in charge of* Mrs. others take work to their homes. j Munroe, at the post office, a quilt and Monthly contributions still continue j a jar of peas which will be drawn for to the Frank convalescent home. Y.M ' in a unique manner after a sufficient..............,........., C.A., Red Cross and prisoners of war number of tickets have been disposed [large number were injured, fund. An added interest, is now felt in our prisoners of war as the men we had adopted have been sent to Switzerland. Wo are now caring tor two of our local men. The financial statement of Mrs. Grady, treasurer, is as follows: Total Receipts for tho Year Red Cross and war work ....$7,613.38 ine of tho demit of Sir Cecil Sprin,"-Rico, and beg that yap will convey 10 Lady SpriuK-Uio' for Mrs. Wilson and myself our profoundoist sympathy fur her on tho death of her husband, whom we had come to esteem as a friend and admired as a man. for whose Ions we personally grieve. i Signed- "Woodrow Wilson." Lady Spring-Rice has seui the foi lowing" '.cleKram to Hon, Robert Lan-- u I w a v-. --If I�) i-Ju-'Cl' to ?ne 11 ;M�tL'fl SP,,^,ul'>' to ihe president, and r*cil Spring-11 iee. At tin; sar the administration m> mo.n sincere of the rnnerni m tuf^u-i �> the administration tnv mo.U sincere thanks for the kind expression of sympathy which i shall especially vr.luo as comintf from those with whom he been so closely associated in public. ;!!'- fairs and whose personal friendship he pr:>;e,i. lie hiid devoted him-hrin^ii).^ our iwu nations Into union ;ind it W a real comfort tu know ihat hi,- efforts are ?.n generously a ppl'fciat erl ' Signed > "Florence Spring-It ice." To Attend Funeral i \V;iHhinj;ion. l-'eb. K. Of the timbas-' .i.v stall'. Commodore tiny tjaunt, nav-(al ofiie*'!--. 'I'luHiu'.- ('.. lluller, second i counsellor'; I loraee Seymour, third secj-eUiiv; i 'aptain Aukus Maclntosit, atton, as-ill go to of Sir same hour if the funeral at Ottawa. o'clock Sat -unlay aMernoMii. services will be conducted ht-r" i\\ the St. Alban's Knisco-pa! church, '('lie diplomatic corps and official', nf the American government will be invited to attend. General fund Dues...... Badges account * * 306.42 63.00 7.35 v. 7.890.65 1 Balance from last year...... 589.85 Expenditures Annual fee.............$ 20.00 Rent of depot ............. 275.00 Donations: - Calgary Red Cross ........ 1,400.00 Prisoners of war Ogden home . .. Miss Bullock and Mrs. Uev Uaddon ! asuociate(1 wlth you ln tne church have been chosen as local delegate Iwork' ' wisl1 rlle heat that God cai) to attend the S.S. convention to he held Rlve* nnd 111 ay the year 1918 be a florin Calgary April f>nd ,ous 0Iie in tne history of tho Cham- p j r" ' Kl . pion church. My duties in the battal- | Supplies & running expenses The Raa C?o.s wo?k m'eetmg waS ! '�n are Ul086 �f Stretcher boarer' 3,1,1 ' "I tjiank my God tor every remembrance of you." For you and all those 310.00 1.0.00 Belgian Relief ........... ] 27.3ft ! G0.00 ; 100.00 1.00.00 150.'a.) 140.V1 no.'iu 140.0(1 155.00 Frank Con. Home ......... Can. War C'ont. Association.. Xmas stocking fund ....... Royal Flying Corps Aid Com. British Hed Cross ......... Navy league............. St. Dunstan's Homo Halifax Relief..... * 1 i Mi CHILDREN "SYRUP OF FI6S" FOR LIVER AND BOWELS Oive It When Feverish. Cross, Bilious* For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. a- Look at the tongue Mother! If coated, It is a sure sign that your little one's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. Whfi peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, docen't. eat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs/' and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and flour bile gently moves out of its llttlo bowels without griping, and you have a well playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative"; thoy love Us delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a HO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on tho bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that it made by "California Fig Syrup pany." Refuse any other kind contempt.-Advertisement. many a time in the fulfillment of those duties God has wonderfully protected mo, and I 'Jiave felt that by my side there stood the "Big Comrade" Jesus Christ. Kindly remember me to all the church congregation- all were so kind to me and tell them that there is a soldier boy "Somewhere in France," who often remembers them at the throne of grace. Youra sincerely, PTE. JACK OLIVER. Balance on hand $2,934.95 4,804.34 5S.034.29 $8,480.50 Amsterdam, Feb. 15. - Commenting \ outhe speech made by Premier Lloyd ; George in the house of commons this ! week, German newspapers argue that \ Chancellor Von Hertling's reference to ; British coaling stations was not at all , a question of German "demands." Nobody in Germany, tho Vorwaerts says, saw anything In the chancellor's remark but an ironical Interpretation of President Wilson's principles which "illoglcally carried out might provo inconvenient to America's allies." It on the freedom of the seas, instead of We re Fa v o rabl y Imp resse tl New Garage Being Built fibroin our Own roiTospoiulentl Coaldalo, Feb. 3 4.-A deputation from NanLon and surrounding district' paid us a visit on Tuesday to inspect ! our school plant. Mr. Mitchell, chair-1 man of our school board and Mr. Mor-1 gan, inspector of schools conducted ; them Through the building, and they! returned fuvorably impressed with; what they saw. 1 Rev. .1. M. Pawcett, occupied the Children Love It! A wholesome spread for a piece of Bread. "Crown" Syrup is a pure, delicious Table Syrup-much less expensive than butter. Fine for homemade Candy. AH grocers sell it in 2,5,10 and 20 lb. tins and 3 lb. "Perfect Seal" Glass Jars. Write for free Cook Book THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED, MONTREAL. lias all the sweetness of the Golden Corn from which it is made. Try it [ 28 ItfARD h. Wife EDWARDSBOBC cork syr"1 41- V UaC' pulpit of the L'nited church, Leth-on the freedo mot the seaa, instead or i bridge, morning and evening, on Sun-removing misunderstandings, is creat- flay- the service here being conducted ing new ones. Therefore, it declares, ;i �>r JJ- .1- Gould. direct discussion is preferable. j Mrs. Baldwin returned recently from | points in VYeylern Ontario, as also! did Vry. Haley from a visit to the StOtHP. Mr. S. Sidle."', who was nlso uway on a visit hns returned. '"he t:oaldi\le Kai\i�se is going ahead nl a fast rate. Th� frame is up and CALL FOR HELP i D VALUES IN H An Atlantic Port, Feb. 15.-A cull foi j help from a steamer, which reported Is , she hnd boon in collision with another Com-1 ship off tho Atlantic coast was recelv- with Th Final Type Phonograph Union Bank Building,. 415 Third Ave. 8. ed hero today. No details were avail- j ^� bulidinK enclosed. A large gang ab]e Is at work, taking advantage <*f tho , mild weather to rush Ii to completion. ! The recent cold wave has delayed j things a little. The machinery which ; ir the best is beginning to arrive and will be installed shortly. The garage will ho of large value to the travelling public, but most, of all will it benefit the oar owners of the surrounding dis trict. Tho recent freight embargo has caused a slight, interruption in tho movement of hay. but it has started to move again. Rev. J. M. Fawcett went to Taber on Tuesday to attend the district meeting of the Methodist church, accompanied by Ttev. and Mm. Pike of Iron Springs. They returned on Wednesday. / The removal of the duty.on tractors 1b welcome news to a good many of the farmers, although a good many of last year purchasers will feel that they havo been placed at a dis- j advantage. Further reductions in duty on farm machinery will be welcome iiew�. The S. E. T. Class were addressed on Wednesday night by Hev. 8. Pike, on "The Moaning nnd Value of Education." Tho talk was very interesting and was mieh appreciated by the ambers of the class. Alfred Kramer had the misfortune to slip on tho Ice on Wednesday and break his leg-which wiil necessitate absence from school for a few weeks. You cannot afford to send away when we can serve you with better values at home. Show your appreciation of our efforts by favoring us with your orders. We carry many other styles of harness and our prices are right. It plays all records, Brunswick. Pathe and every American and foreign record made, and plays them better. No bother changing needles. The Brunswick la fitted with a sapphire hall that, never wears out. Prices range from $46.00 to $2,500.00. These beautiful clear tone machines can be seen and heard at- ' A. Williamson's, North Lethbridge And at the offices of the district distributors PATTERSON & mm i a LTD Lethbridge, Alberta Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. 4928 ;