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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 5B5HH .-. , . ;*. ^y;J.--V-� �: ' �': THE LRTHB^|T>flE, ,DA1L> fff^Mp fcetDbrtoae, Hlberta ft A ILY ANO WEEKLY Subscription Rates: DStl?. delivered, >per wee* ..... Mo Dally, .delivered, per year ......�.oo D*ms by. mall, per year ........ Weekly, oy mail, por year �"' Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..�.uw 1252 122* TELEPHONES Business Office ........ Editorial Office^............. W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Cn*e.|�r4bn4lrlHr contravenes? or falls to observe; kpy, of the provisions of this order In council or any regulation or;6rder mane thereunder shall be guilty' of an 'indictable offense and liable upbu indictment to a fine not exceeding five 'tnousand dollars or to imprisonment tor] any term not exceeding^' three years, or to both .fine anil- ImprisoBmeai as ppecifled; and any director 'or bfflcer of any company- or corporation- who assents to or > acquiesces ?ln contravention or non-observance1 by subh company or corporation of any rff tho provisions of these reflations'shall be guilty per-1 sohaliy. and .cumulatively with h'lsl company, of'corporation and with his co-directors or associate officers. | BURGLAR REFUSES TO TAKE CRIPPLE'S MONEY Huntington- Wv^ Va;-A' well dressed burglar, wearing a mask, awakened J. H. Wilde, and. poked the muzzle of a.revojver'tn tiis lace. "How much money, have you?" the burglar asked. "About' two' or three dollars-thr watch 18 my 'wife^Si"-Wilde, replied. The burglar then noticed that Wilde is a cripple,. He inquired 'about his intended victim's circumstances, returned the money and watch, apologized and departed. : The Bulldogs Are Coming! ' � � t....... j.. i i. a xhlld'f f-lt^'^ASi^'v' T'  AwVo^imvOcjisT -^sra? Cents a Box GRAND JURIE8SUSPENOEO . London, Feb. 20.^-Ar. bill-.sjiispena. ing grand'Juries for the period of tM war and six months-thereafter hai been adopted by the house' of commons. '�' Tow, when the Ottawa Citizen, a public 'newspaper of good repute, ^qrS to comment unfavorably on Mr. RotfSre connerning this same matter,  Mr Rogers from the safety of his seat Jn the house replies by making a wild >� charpe of attempted graft against The .- Citizen in connection with the pur-' chase of,a post office site.in Montreal.1 He brings no evidence in support of| � his'words, and he will take care not u,v. to repeat, them in any circumstances I $Ly'~1 tkat would leave him open to an action i^Tf* fpr slander. He is merely again try-gj*' - ipg to divert public attention from f {^-WWsJBlf;t;'-/ � ^� ^e: fact is that Mr. Rogers is be-wSivs3�^iiJ(fi'toq heavy a load for Sir �^^B�JMrt Bprden�.to carry. He does not K^^&h8^t|ie^eis|^%t of the average Cana-^W^W^^miteai'^e noe* not inspire the /i'y%$ISfflmr?ritbh a. feejlef in his honesty, % cough-racked throat. It cuts the dangerous H phlegm in croup, eases a hard tearing cough"  and is the great preventative of more serious a troubles. Shiloh doesn't upset the stdmacbi. ; It is extremely pleasant to take and because .of the small dose you will find it, we think, the most economical medicine you.ever used;1 Let Shiloh cure your next cough. 25c, SOe and $1.00, at all druggie* Men Wanted for the The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve, wants men for, immediate service Overseas, in the Imperial Navy Candidates mutt be'from I' 18dto 38 years of age �nd ions of natural born British subjects. - 'PAY ^Mp�wirili. Free Kit. " * * * * Separation allowance, $20.00 moatbly. Baperieaeed men from 38 to 45, and boys from 15 to 18 - Prov. Naval Recruiting Coui.: A. H. Dickins, 10036 Jasper, Ave), Edmonton or Naval Recruiting Office, I P. W. Downer, Lethbridge. 1 ^ Department of Naval Service, OTTAWA.. Then shall the King say unto them on^his right hand...... "I Was an hungered, and ye gave me meat; I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink........ naked, and ye clothed me,......" Then shall they answer him, saying- "Lotd, when saw we thee an hungered, and fed thee? or thirsty, and gave thee drink? ...ior naked, and clothed thee?" And the King shall answer....... "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me".  Overseas, in ravaged Belgium, more than 3,000,000 of "the least of these" are hungry, thirsty, thinly clad-looking to us! Have you done what you could for any of them? Whatever you can give, send your subscription - weekly, monthly or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees or ii ' ' - SEND CHEQUES PAYABLE TO TREASURER\. Th^ Or 59 St. Peter Street, Montreal eatest Reliei Woik in History. Contributions may be tent to W. A. BUCHANAN, M.P-, Chajrmsir ;