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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1�AGE FOUR fHE LETHBRIDO*! DAILY H'BHALD letbbttb^e HDcvalt) letbbilt>oc, HlUcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rales: baity, delivered, per year ......?4.0[' 'ftatly, by mall, per year........S^OO Ifr'eekly. by mall, per yoar ......�1.0C TELEPHONES Business Office ............... Editorial Office ............... 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managias Director Business Manager I--==:l==- ---^ =� Your King and Country Need You Right Now ROUND T1(>ratioii of ovory .siihsci'iht'V ui ninking- the ntldi-tional res])oiislhiUty of i-olh'cliiio" oi\v\\ wcok Iroin. their eiistoiuors ius Hji'ht as possihlc. To tlic tafhcrs tuul mothers, to the yomig- men and Avomoii iif Lcth-lirldgo, thi.s ai)i)eal is uiade on behalf of the Carrier Boy, As.sist him in evciy way you can, and by making prompt scltloincut oneonragti him. A great many, if not all. suliscrilicrs signified their de- � sirtT to pay 10c a week to tJie boy. The Herald will lic responsible for all moneys paid in this way. T.he entire delivery sA'stem Ayill be on a strictly cash basis after ^londay. Eebruary 21st. The new plan has many advantages over the old method of collection. The iicav system means a. considerable increase in tlu^ boys' wages, a deserving- recog-uirion of service not jiossible under the old -subscription rate. They Avill earn in most cases twice what they did before.- These boys will be the men of the future. The business training and discipline involved in their new duties will be invaluable to the boys as they g.row older; therefore wo hespeak for them a kindly reception under the new order of service. Help the. boys all you can. If v'ou, the fathers or mothers of Lethhridge, have a boy earning his OAvn livelihood for the first time, have a chance to say a word of encouragement to the lads, don't hesitate to dp your part. , It may be your son was gind to receive a helping hand whcii he Jirsi started up; indeed, there are f(>w men of today-young or old, who do not h>ok back witli a feeling of gratitude to the man or woman avIio aided them in their (irst start in life. The introduction of the weekly [layment system on the 21st of Eehruary affords you an opportunity to repay this delit. Have your lOc laid aside for the boy when he calls, ami give him your hearty siipptn't. The faithful Carrier will not soon forget those who thus heliied him get a new start in life. Such is the true spirit of the west. If instead of ])ayiiig weekly, you [irefer to pay two or three weeks, or even two, three or more numths in advance, you can do so. Pay the hoy or send a check to the bOice. The Carrier Boy, under the new system of making his own collections, will render lietter service. Once every Aveek he will personally interview each of his subscribers and coming thus in direct contact Avitli every reader on his route, will be responsible to them.for a satisfact'ory deli very. Subscribers will not hesitate wlum iviaking their weekly ])ayments to refer to.any oniission.s or carelessness in the service: but should matters not be ])romptly adjusted to their satisfaction, they should communicate dir-'ect with the circulation dcpartnieht of the Herald. SUI3SCKIPTI0N KATE8: ON.E WEEK........... .. ... .$ .10 ONE MONTH..... ... ...... .45 THllEE -MONTHS. .... ...... 1.25 SIX 3I0NTHS......... ......2..50 ONE YE All ........... .....5.00 F)ICKED UP IN ASSINGI=I FOR THE BUSY MAN LOOKING FOR WORK "Everywhere men complain about work; even boys and girls in school ot business find work tedious and irksome, but it isn't the v/ork half so much as their owti lack of physical strength that niafces it hard. Rich blood, strong lungs and healthful digestion make work pleasurable in business, in school or even housework, and i� those who are ealttjt^tired -who are not sick, but weak and ner-vous-would just take Scott's Emulsion for one month and let its pure concentrated food create richer blood to pulsate through every artery and vein-let it build a structure of healthy tissue and give you vigorous strength :-you would find work easy and would look for more. Insist on Scott's. 6;9U 8( UonucTwruntu, OuU U-ii hour later as he waS being rushed to a hospital. His wife aPd three children were in another room asleep at the time of the suicide, and, awakened by the shot,- ran into the room to find him lyini; on the floor in a pool of blood. The government of Greece has been transferrinR millions of dollars of its funds from I.,ondon to New York within a few months, according to New Yorli bankers, who estimate that $75,000,000 of Greek funds are now on deposit in a large ;iumber of banks here. This-.faction is ri%arded by bankers as a precautionary move In case of a hreak in the relations of the Greek government with the entente allies. The body of Mr, B. D.' Law, M.P. for Yarmoiitli, N.S., has not yet been found in the ruins,of the burned I'ar-lianient building. Kvfcry place where the body could have been expected to be h,is lieen thoroughly searched and no trace of it can be found. The contractors working on the removal of debris niav come across tlie body bv accident. It is believed that there will ,,,, , . ,. , � 1 be little chance of finding the body, Ihe scupturc .section ol the Louvre, jf anvthing heavv liad fallen on i1?, Paris, will be re-opened to the public wonid be crush^ to asbes. The on March 1. beven hunured precious. j ^ expected 4o he found is in pamtmgs sent to 'I oulouse alter the; ^, ^ j some-article known ^- battle ot Charleroi, however, will re-,^,^^^ I,,, ^ tlie dead M.P. Quebec will not bring in prohibition legislation this session. The New Zealand government has recommended that fifty per cent, extra duty be levied on all German goods after the war. The Japanese cruisers Chitose and Tokiwa, on board which is said to be $5i,460,000 gold specie for the purchase of war supplies for ftu-ssia, arrived from Japan at Victoria, B.C. An American battiiliou, to he known as the 312th, bus been authorized to be raised in Winnipeg. Major Pittman, now with the American Legion in Toronto, will be in command. to main there. Since the outbreak of the war Nova Scotia has given 11,(584 men and $1,-078,773 in money to tli3 empire. The n " "'�'�'�.'^'"i^ ^"."'^t' I Winnipeg, Feb. 18.-A German olli-i^rvi rn.;,N. f^^.'^fv'^l?" , ^uZ^l'^'"' ^^-ho '^'^'�ries the profix "Von" to GERMAN OFFICER IS, ARRESTED IN HOTEL AT WINNIPEG service, ready for overseas call, WOO. The liner �ado Mnru arrived from Vokohama with raw and manu- liU name was .vesterUay arrested by the military police in the Royal Alexandria hotel, � A search was made o� .....his personal oltectB, and as a result factured silk valued at S.'irooit.ono, InUhe ottlcer will be placed in the alien addition, the Sado Inought 501)0 tons, internment camp at Brandon. Just what the investigation reveal-od is not known, 'Imt it v/aa ealul)-lished tliat lie is a reservist of the kaiaer's arm.v, and has lived in Man!-The board of trade has announced | toba for some ^tlmo, making Winnipeg a pension plan whereby widows of'a frequent point of call. Ilshermen killed in the War will re-1 Circumstances leading u.n to his ceive .i;3l)0, in addition to .�20 for'arrest were penullar. � It appears that each child under fourteen years nt he boarded a C P. U. train at a sta-age, while the wife of any fi.shcrman, Hon on the Soo line ourly WoilnoH-wlio is interned will receive �1 week- day evening, lie had with him a of general oriental merchandise. A .special train will carrv the silk to .\ew York. EUGENE GILBERT ........i^.'S^'W^ EAI IFEAR OF INDIG^SIl OR SOUR, ACID STOMACH INSTANT RELIEFI "PAPE'S DIA-PEPSIN" ENDS YOUR STOMACH TROUBLES FOREVER. French aviator who has Just attempted second internment camp. escfipo t'roui S.wIsb Wonder what upset your stomach -which portion ot the food did the damage-do you? Well, don't liother. If your stomach i.s in revolt; iC sour, gaaay and upset, and what you just ale has fermented into stubborn Uinips; head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acidi- and eructate undigested food; breath I'oul, tongue coated-juat take a little Pape's Din-pepsin and In five minutes you wonder what ibocame of the IndigeBtion and di.stress. XIIIlions oC men and women today know that it Is needless to have a bud Htoiracli. A little Diapopsln occasionally keeps this delicate organ regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear, It your stomach doesn't take care ot your liberal limit without r^el-Ilon; if your food Is a darause instead ot a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless relief Is Pape's DIapepslu which costs only IH'ly cents Cor a largo case at dnig police being appWscd of his visit here Burprlsud him in his room yesterday momlns'and itjxamlned the trunk.' ft''Dohtii'ln'ed nothingA hut �!. few pupora, and weighed but a tgw, poduds, PPENFARIRS DONATE WHEAITO IHEPATRIOTICFUi Knappen, Feb, 10,-The social entertainment and dance given on Monday'evening for the benefit, of Oho Patriotic fund proved to be a gi'and success. One, hundred people were in;fi�1(her witli other domitions,' will ously. The baskets were later sold. Carl Askey had volunteered to do the selling hy auction. He was , assisted by Charles- .Johnson. John MeTnggai:t acted as chairman. A .song by Mr. Albright was received with much enthusiasm. An address by Tlieodoro Poole along patriotic lines urging the people of the audience to be. liberal in, their donations to. the cause of the Patnoiic fund was given. � � V A song by W. if. ffunt, amf an ad-dross by J; A. Dangerfield, wevo given. A ' song by , Jolm MoTaggavt; remarks by Ai I'- Moore, asong "Ue-tonding thoi Epipiro," by Miss, Ross, completed the program, . A,total of 180 bushels of wheat was donatett at'tho-meetingi- whlph,, to- hrlng a total/of something like $280 for. the,fund,,!putting the wheat'In at r attendance, Mp, T, C. Pcgg arid Miss Blanch ICml'ppen had afcrangc people, "of tKrtjjppiJ'n and they "are a a valuation,'of ?l a byshel. ; � This is o'^yocy good showing lov the I J were ablv' assisted hv Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore of St'. Kilda. Dancing was indulged in during tlie latter part ot the niglit, I\lusic was furnished hv Mrs. A. J. Knappen, Chris. Haro'le, Mis: T. C, Pegg and A. P. Jones. / Mrs. Theodore Poole received a letter from her , brotlicrs, Chatles Tliompson,'jioH' with-thi,' 'tiith babta-llon at the front. ' -� \ ' � THE NEAL WAV OvBi'Coinos'CauBe aijd Ww\si!OlMfi\V'S DRINK OR DRUGS In a (ew^daySittt^lhe'NEAJVlNSTl-irUTK," 820 Thirteenth .tiiVOavio i,west, Calgary. 'Call,'wite or'pho�� Vv-ICSB for Inlormatlou. / CO Noal Institutes Ip prlnoip^l^ltiot. 36 ;