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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBKUABft IP, PAGE TEX Two Hundred Bought Stamps At Colonial Others Handling fntU-ttos" Alone Gave Him Quick Reliel r When to'.'l by r. repress live this nurains that an attempt made to assiisiua'.e I'ro: flemenccui f( France. Peter WrisW o! >he Unlish Seamen: anil Firemen's fnion voiced his suspicion thai the Has if. likely behind the attempt. lha; LS m t is Uoyd ISrsrec is radical way to to ie-ty must lio for ill I-! Uoorjf. and o'J tail I'Utfomi So ToucMns tat labor conditions in t--' the attempt ot the peace con- to set up certain I ivsgBs'atl'-l hours (or labor. Council saniruino thai tua i i very sreat Wiotl for Pro it'll r I 1 icet him" aid Mr. Wrisl'.t. II-' vyc, M'l Mm-1 I Tlgor." of Sir Wilfred l-o-aiiviUcr Wrieiii InJ so tliiai: to say loss i of Sir I.mwr. usirJ mi> to cc-ai.- sf" hi" in ..mo v.hi-n l-.o-jr v. Uh liiv.i. Hr wis .1 loan. 1 1'iiud.is wo'ild kiwk tne props out from tr it hv doins differently. The) tr.ider ItlE" i u-es an! short hours in one wt.t'j 'MVC to compete with Hie arlu'le under lower wages Mi hours in You can oas- B'jeiiEfOMii, Que., MiySrd, 1913. 'Torseven) Mrs, I sufleitxl terribly from Severe Instgti- ticn. I hid belching (ll( ftomMU, lion. 1 tried rniny remedies but nothing did luo gooJ. toofc thii grand fruit laruidai! and it made me well. Tu cicryoiie who lus Blstritj'.e health Constii'.v Sturdy Old "Tiger of France" Withstands Wound Made Hy Assassin's llullci 1 fay tlV ivil! cet and you 'ALKF.KT VAKXEK. Three. liua-Jred Lcthbridje people I made an hitlniat" acquaintance with I tho popular thrift stauio last night as a result ot tho Thrill Stamp sale slas at Hie Colonial theatre by Manager S. I'rotVssors Gossott atwl Culssier eiamliuM ihj' vouml iu I'rt'tuier s rboul- der and maje a ljur for tho who I: his headiiuartprs tnia wci-k. Seventy.five dollars worlli ftanirs were disjioicd of iu a ten-rain Now us Guarantee of a perfect cup of Coffees' 'v. I and 1 pouixl tnis-in or fine ground, for for WOtt: 6 SANBQRN MOMTREAL lovnl lOiuUtions 115 Tilt' physicians doors, and afle.- a J3 prize and package? of Old Duteu. Tliritt piy tht'V' custouiv'rs 'i in; their-stores to sup- by Alexander I'aliler to Miss Gretn Mcdlll, ot Indian Grovfe, rtaU Yestefday liany's store stamps ia their carry Win safe home to Jerusa- First re-ports of tlw l-'in and' rrutett ami sliioM liim shooting were contrail particulars. this is aci-oiHiiiKUC.'i v-li'-lhur the rrt-niier..... 0'ir bkv-oil Lord ami Savior! side llis atllotnobilc v.1 troubled i were tired. It t urious ;nul it '-il! In- 11-XT2-. An aii- i riili-'. J- radical oaly ia ihe way !2.-s a reruin jiortipn i" mi verv an oM-tto" M; written the following Jesus Christ to eome. put -lifter, iu which he tvltcr-j world arigiit and sit up His take place. 1 Our fathers taken from tf.imarv ..i your very welcome litterlTJo years lietore Christ inusi be ws before Cimstnias und yet 2520 years. to get r.ewsi In conclusion, I rc-ur to In iinder impression i ;'rd Seal, as 1 have almo.it left it have been that M. Clem- ostablisheil. however. was already in hit automobile. It had started ainl was uirnin? a corner o( tile Hue Franklin into me line Delesert. wlli'ti a man nautilus on the sidewalk Jumped toward the door of the automobile ami fired st-v- The bullets penetrated away worth of stamps, a 23 cent stamp being given to each o( the first twenty purchasers of a ftanil) anil No sooner had the hammer leiufor beginning the sale than hands wc-ifl up all over the bouse. It was i busy stone for the nest ten minutes anil' had the time bcx-n extended there is little doubt that the sale would have run well over the ?luO mark. "I am greatly pleasetl with the kind no years apo. lu speaki'.is ot TF you were to hire the best maker in tte world him scope in eriils an 3 facil- ities, be conU turn mt nolbini better or purer for you than TS jr AS r OOP ilinu was iired, althouzh --e uluu W2. confidcral'le headvyay my wantnmen rich ure ofteniJcd and rai'ien' will soon be supreme m.-rchandisc, and 1 venture to state that ere Ions, after peace is 1 signed, the government will toko over all production sure of wheat for a penny, sures of barley for a penny, hurt not the oil and the wiue." This voice from the throne thoivs nil commercial enter- prises o: even' description. In the past the aristocratic classes have bsen the Merchant princes, and the. :iavt> fceen slaves. a day of reck- oaii'.c draws near, and after classti anrl masses will live i rr.cny loECther. When that diy ihe rit-ll Dive har- will not MES his dog on poor Lazcrus, but they will meet on the ground of equality in harmon} I believe -when I relumed Eng '.anil 1 wrote to you on the Jth 5th SeaU, an enlightenment ou thci meaning. 1 stated to rou clearly tha in ihe year 191! they would be. le Icose to the scourge of humanity for ihe 4th is the color of a ma whose face is aflame, -with emblematically speaSing. a powerfu' learly that earth's goods are priced heaven during terrible time's, of, war and famine. The Mances ono_on the automobile at the time and it was while he was thus eusaged that Ihe bullet ElrucX. The chauffeur was also slightly Thus three of the assailant's uul- jote careful weighing of oreatl he. mouths of toe hungry peoples of one "on the chauffeur, and the third upon Policeman earfli. The fine flour and he wine." These two articles are ras one of the police agents who It was in the struggle with the as- efforts of the Colonial said Gittits. "It was one of the best stunts to introduce and popular- ize the thrift stamp that 1 have seen lit', the province, ami puts Lethbridse on the map in the campaign." At the conclusiou of the sale Drown announced that at the regular Tuesday evening Country Store nieht it the Colonial each week the prizes, vonld consist in part of ?5 in Thrift Stamps. Merchants Take Hold The War Savings anil Thrift Cam- aiEii has been launched in earnest in jCthbrlilge as the demand for Thrift luQ Vi'ar Savings Stamps has Increas- ed to such an extent that the .large supply of Thrift Stamps iu their stores. Tne reason for Thrift is the prjil- ent nun looks ahead and sets ready. The frugal man lives carefully and saves persistently. The economical spends judiciously, buys wisely, mid wastes nothing. The industrious .'.oiks hard. Tho miser hoards. IJut the man of tlnift speuils wisely, plans carefully, manages economically, and saves consistently.' Thrift Ehonlil lie all of prudence, economy, frugality, In more. Thrift is. conser ration. Thrift is discrimination Thrift is self discipline, self-control to the jury. Declaring an impassioned dcvotloi to MUa McClll ami lielnB retuscil per. mipslon to visit at her home, lie re. peatedly ptococdcd to bombard with epistolatory ikclaratlons ot un- dying love, certain ot tho products u: ds pen being of such a character that iu now a diarse ot usfne Ills mails tor tho trnssrnisiiou if scandalous literature. lleshle.s heint; an imiuatrlons anl icrten-iil lottcr writer <'nldei- would self prodiieics and are the me-ans by which the commou foods are lenst.v sailant after he shot into the automo bile that the police officer was wouncl- remier had step- cd Meanwhile, Ihe. premiei eiied to their just apportionment, food o[ car an j his that originates from the plow and the seeder different. DREAMS OF HOME Frank Steele. house. Message LONDON'. Feb. King has telegraphed .to .1'fcaiier Clemenceau of France as follows: I am Ebocked_to.hear of the da5 tppear to to an accountant, s'elf-respeet. Thrift is a foumlatioi stono of anil national. Thrift is practical patriot- :cn.. liuy Thrift Stamps. ARDENT WOOER JAILED Writer of Impassioned Letters Given Six Months TORONTO, Jan. atmos- phere.of honey cloyed Ilio Criminal mcrcliauts now realize they must meet Assito Court today, -when a series of the peoples needs anil are placing'letters alleged lo have licm written in wine of tho letter exhibits ho alleg- edly avers, that he had at thut ilali.' ilsaed JlcOIll 31li limes, ami hat she hail reciprocated on 15'.' o.- caflous, leavitii; a ilebit balance of osculations us the lady. Till documentary eviilcnco is, lio.wo.vor. disputed for, in the witness bos. Mlsj McGIH challenged the. accuracy lit tlio "Jlc of yonr re-turning remarked, "Is liuu wns the shy response. "Didn't ho kiss you every inlerrioscii Gideon Grant, in the accusciVs behalf. not conscientiously declared the witness. "H was usually at snpperliiuc." The rttcntlvonoss of. me. would secw to bo supported by tile Htatenient In another ot his that it was Iheu a year since he had kissed tlio attractive girl, hut I can still taste her Foil, warm lips, tio is said to have added. Tho jury brought in a vtrdict or Ruilty, and sentence of sis months.' itten! imprisonment wns imposed. The air is soft in Dllie, And the clourfs'nre fleecy while, Ana yonder 'mong the sycamores, Cation who have wrougnt horror and All silv ry in Ins light on land and The The mockm' bird is sragm, ibove is not all. lor tenets of its Close by his safe free nest; -ellgion is pale a religion dls- iised ot leprosy sectine hateful tJoroi- nance and _ tardly atlaci'on..ylti this Morning amlj earnestly'trust that the Injury is not. O serious anil-thankT-to your Splendid energy and courage.-you will soon be restored to heiith lo continue your great and valued efforts for France and the allies." 1 am constantly questioned as to ._e rasanlas of their fellow oretaren ihai had to be slain as they Tvere. The foIIOTrins is the meanine: Our own raco was Hberateli from iTlon at the battle of Waterloo, for 'Jth Seal was helel back until the rear 1914. until Judah's time w-as up. Out of the chaos of this great war ;he batence ot saints will go to fill But 1 close my eyesg arid listen For the music of the west. The cotton balls are burstin'. Like puffs of feath'ry snow: And the corn and cane s'.and. proudly Like, guardsmen row on row; Hut 1 see again the golilen waves Of wheat in nature's brensf, As I dream about the dear old home Out yonder in the West. The 'iaters are a pow'ful crop; The orchard's droopin' their places undtr the altar. At the', -With juicy Georgia peaches. Watovloo our time expired ateo (ItlijThat boast a world renown; God in His mighty judgment held this back for or.e hundred years, which gave Isrcal time to be ready IJut all these riches vanish tny thoughts in fancy roam PURE INVENTION LONDON, Feb. belslcd Amsterdam dispatch says that ac. cording to Berlin advices Hcrr Erzbergsr, of the German armis- tice commission, handed to the al- lied commission 5 note describing as pur; the report that Germany was not demobilizing and had assembled 18 divisions on west front and 18 divisions In the neighborhood of Thorn. WANT PRISONERS BACK BAT SomMpr Biscuit TODAY lack, back to the wilderness of wheat n my dear Alberta home. There's a wealth of (lowers in Dixie, Alivin' riotously! The rose and lilac sce-nt the air, Anil hloom esauislfely; Rut again I'm in tne lar N'orthwest, Her hills anri vales I roam, il pluck once more the'sweet wild rose, Of my dear home. The Southland turns with A of CApeclacy! A paradise where romance reigns Supreme, deiiciously; Hut tonight I long for the boundless STOCKHOLM. Feb. Is learn c-1 hat the American ambassador here after a conference with the Swedish lo.eign oihce has transmitted for th consWeration o[ (lie. allied goven ments at the peace conference a sug gestiou oi liie Siberian governmsn which r-ince America's entry Inlo the war, had been looking after the inter- ests oi German and Austrian prisoners on liehalt of ihe Siberian government. for permission to at once return of The .communication also asks that tonnage and foolziuffo ho placed at the disposal of Sweden so that trans- fer can be made. JOHN F. MILLER ALBERTA'S EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST 404 UNDERWOOD BLOCK CALQARY WILL BE AT Dallas Hotel, Lethbridge Saturday, Feb. 22 EVENING BY APPOINTMENT REMEMBER THE DATE Thrift ia a foun'Iation s'one of char- Individual am! national. Thrift practical patriotism. Iluy Thrift And the snow-capped mountain stamps, Where a thousand paths to glory' p'nine, Awaiting youth's conquest. Tbe folk have great warm hearts; Oft live excessively; They're gentle, kind anil chivalrous, And .speak most charmingly; flut slill there comes ahatikcrin', Deep in my yearning breast the old-time friendships lelt le- hinrl it my homeland In the West. The maids are fair in Dixie, Fair as her sertne skies, Creates Gas, Sourness and Pain How To Treat. Mecliul authorities stale that nearly nine-tenth of tint cases of stomach trouble, '.Kill jo-stinn, Chic- ar.d petite wllli a moilesl warmth Ing. K.I-. nausea, etc., are rliio lows tlicic daring cyts; (o an hydrochloric aeH in That mclU Hut lonlglit Ilicrc conies the vision (If a face that ever glows With the beauty, glory! Of our LaOy of tho Snuws. Dear Dixie, full of drowsy dreams Of music, love and mirth. Rising In splendor from the dust, rVcsh from thy Second I love tiiec at eventide I sec the lights of home. As they glow like the harbor-lights al night. Atrcrnbling o'er the foam. I Ah, Ibe lights of home arc gleaming, Anrl I ft'fl n Kinder prayer; 1 And I hear tho voice of lovtrl ones I wprc there; I Srion I shall leave the. Southland, For the lam] I love the best; Soon 1 shall real'nealh the shadows Ot my uld homo in Hie West. Atlanta, flu. V. M. C. A the Htoinnch llninB anil not as believe, lo a la. k of digestive Juices.) The delicate stomach lining ia Irrit-il- etl, digestion is delayed and food sonra, causing the disagreeable symp- toms which every stomach knows so wull, Artificial iligejtcnts. art not nwa-i ed In such rases and may do real harm. Try laying aside all digestive aids ami intlcail get from any drug- gist a few ounces of nlsuratod Mag- nraia onr] lake a tcaspoonful In a riuortor slaps of .water right after eating. This sweetens tbc stomach, prcvcnls (nrmallon ot excess nciil and there is no pinirness, gas or pain. Bisuratprl Magnesia (In powder or tablet Jorm-ncvcr INiuliI or milk) Is hannlcsK to stomach, inexpensive lo take in.il IK Ihe modt eHifient [rjrm ot majnCHia for stomach purposes, ft Is used by thoupumls of people whd enjoy (linlr weals with no more {car of IT would be folly indeed if a belief detri- mental to the public proven allowed to last any longer. That false belief is that candy It a luxury. Candy is food in one of its most useful and attractive AH elements used in the composition of Candy are recognized useful Candy contains large quantities of sugar, some fats such as butter; also fruits, corn syrup, chocolate and flavoring. Combine these ingredients in proper propor- tions and you have a balanced high food value of which is recognized by all, leading food and medical authorities. Sugar supplies the bodily demand for fuel. Fruits and nats produce essential nutriment; chocolate is most nourishing fat food and delightful stimulant. The flavorings stimulate the digestive organs and increase the flow of saliva and gastric fluid. Bat more candy! Medical science has established valut as an energy-producing food. Imrn Serve Candy as a Dessert. It it a Splmdid Food. For Pure High-grade CANDIES go to 606, Srd Ave. S. Phone 1627 ;