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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FEBRUARY^1JH7 te was tne ciasu uemoo" � r. r gets thrown down then he can go Sam also made It plain AsquiTh so to speak- If. Sir Thorn- n't want to leave the dear^old Con the AsQUiu^T.T P why fll4 he servative party so long� *-^!i,tort auote at length the letters whir" *� a chance of him-becoming �'?^t waiting to Premier Borden minister again. Sir Sam.,!?; D^Sg bt tne war right, visement that there UJ.O be^a shake- the Wnnmg or in a. up which, will shape ^Premier Border .^WJ-^ noiding back OF THE D. 0. K. K. J. E. Clarke; Grand Etnir, L. Lundy; Veh. Sheik., M. B. Steele; Mahadi, F. C. Bent;- Sec, A. M. Ritchie; Treas., G. N: McLean;. Satrap, A. F. Keley (Commerce); Sahib, L. H. Fowler. DON'T Don't be a nut- The squirrels will fight you. Don't be a  boie-r The dogs will' bite yo,u. an? _ ----- _ Ml\iO ....... u ^ ,.____... ,,vo n � IB ufriBK-r out and torm a third party - and be- on to take, the overseas situation ii *ay? u- 8- wowst "k,~I,':; ,,f K , . come premier along that route. He nana arid get some check on the a* ENEMY OF GERMANY provided-he does not return before easUy upWith Billy Mac-[penditure which totalled some ellhty - peace is declared. | lean.-who has a third-'party; Wo, but !mTiUon all editor under pen disguises. Sam's praiseg but he intjmated that history letters are taken for what they are was hanging just around the corner 1 " wreath whan he came mutate arrangements towards making a pilgrimage in response to an invitation from the local lodge of Medicine Hat to put on the work in their city during the stamrede, which is 'being; held there the second week of July of the present year,-when some fifty Tyros will make the journey across-the burning sands to the cool-;* ing waters of Zems Zems well, ac-** companied by the growl of the royal: * tiger,-that has been awaiting an op-|* pbrtunity, to give vent to his pent up '� anger for his confinement for the last. * couple of years. Before he makes the journey to the Hat, he will, to all. *> accounts, get his molars in working *" order on some ten appetising.victims of our own -local, during the next month or so. The following officers have; charge of feeding the beast for the present year: Royal Prince, W. I, Taylor, "honorary"; Royal Vizier, The cats will; rend you. Don't; be-a bug- �' fhe hens will, end you. * AND -THIS IS] OUR FRIEND ? Calgary, Feb: 24.-Arraigned on a charge of vagrancy, Frank Mantell, the Lethbridge boxer, was remanded .until Monday by Magistrate Davidson in police court ..this, morning.. Mantell said he was.' willing to go to work, if he had a chance, and the magistrate.' said he would consider. it.'.,' \yhen arrested Mantell had only 55c in his possession. Health -a Bloominft Cheek --and a Sparkil|ift Eye -are assured to Girls -who daily try -aGla8sof  4>      -. claim>the g;lad tidings pf; the King- dora of God. ,JBubjecti'f 'The., Coming  Divine Rule, !' the -Consummation of the Plan of - lY-.the Ages, God All in All." JJMI Seats Free 1 No CollectiAa K45 p.m.. C. E. Prayer Mooting, foll-�w�d by'.preaching service at 7.30 Subject, "The Restoration Movement." Visitors Always Welcome. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. Sunday-11 a.m., Holiness Meeting. 3 p.nj. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Salvation Meeting. Week Nights-Monday, 8 p.m.. Pub-He Meeting, Thursday,- 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. . Everybody Welcome ________ ----- It watt-hen his Ego ran into Tom White': that he invited trouble, Sam has -fairly good Ego, but Jt is,'old an;" short winded. Tom's Ego is young an-strong and quick at the/upta'ke. Satr as I remember, took four separat cracks at the Finance Minister. Yoi can look them up for yourself. Bu' the one that caused trouble was whe! he said that Sir Thomas was pokln-his nose into everybody's, estimater and how he had told Sir Thomas th--his business'was to find the revenu ami to quit meddling. It was thfs assault that Sir Thorns arose to defend himself against. T' defended himself for two reasons-bt cause he wanted to take a slap at The above is C. E. Brooks, Inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself and who is now giving others the benefit of hl� experience,. If ruptured, write him today at Marshall, Mich. Rupture and its cure, showing my Appliance and giving you prices and names of many people who have tried it and were cured. It gives' instant relief when all otherB fail. Remember I use no salves, no harness, no lies. I send it on trial to prove what I say is true. You are the judge and once having seen my illustrated book and read it you will be as enthusiastic as my hundreds of ' patients whoe letters you can also read. Fill put free coupon below and mail today. It's well worth your titme whether you try my Appliance or not. FREE INFORMATION COUPON Mr C. E. Brooks, 513A State St., Marshall, Mich. Please send rile by mail, In plain wrapper, your illustrated book and full information about your Appliance for the cure or rupture. Name.......................... Address City ... '��ii.. .h.m< ptate Obtain Genuine and Lasting Foot Comfort No matter what treatments you may have tried-or If you have worn arch supports or other appliances without success-let this Scholl foot expert give you.his personal attention. Let him inspect your fest .and tell you how to overcome your foot troubles. He has helped thousands of others and probably can' help you to obtain permanent comfort, too. He Is not a so-called "corn doctor.' He does not cut corns or callouses-he performs no operations. He simply Inspects your feet and tells you how you can obtain instant relief and permanent comfort by mechanical means, using Or. 8choll's wpnderfully successful scientific appliances and preparations to .produce the most desirable results. And remember, there is no charge whatever for this service. You will not be asked to buy a single thing. Neither need you be a customer of this store. COME IN EARLY careful and thorough attention. So do not put off ' your visit until the last minute-you may be too lata then. Drop everything else, if need be, and come early. If you are now wearing' arch supports, 1st him readjust them for you. It will cost, you nothing, BRING THE CHILDREN Little weaknesses in children's feet may develop into serious and painful foot ailments If allowed to progress. Let the Scholl foot expert see their Test and show you how to take care of the little ones'and prevent possible foot troubles. Let him tell you how to select shoes for the children-how to be sure that their little feet Will have plenty of room to grow correctly. � Hundreds of people-perhaps thousands-are going to try to see this Scholl foot expert but those who come early will be more certain of his most Don't Let This Opportunity Slip by You This Is an opportunity that no one should overlook. It may mean permanent freedom from the annoyance the discomfort, the pain of foot ailments. It Is an opportunity that comes but seldom to most of us 'and you should time In taking the fullest advantage of It. There are no strings attached to this offer- you will not be asked to buy a thing. 80 do not hesitate to come. w. j. neEson & SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE ;