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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE NINE RAID PASTOR RUSSELL HEADQUARTERS h...... ? ? Austi-iaita. Refufjc lo Partiapsitc in ihc Inviialon of ' ' Russia Washlnflton, Feb, 27.-'Further , evidence of the growing 8\raln.of relation* between Germany and Ausfria ,6Ver. the rtfusai of the latterYo participate In the re^ieyv;. , ed aiU^aH upon ^usila is given in an offlc|�( cfispatph received hero today .ffi'niPranoe. It quotes the Aus^rjan'premier sis formally re-itcratljitl ^)_n February '22 that Au�tj-|aj(^'ijnqary,will take no pirt In mjtltary action aaalnst Russia and ^uiTianfa, and will not send her Jiroops into the Ukraine. The dlBlpatch refers to the meet, ^ing between Emperors Charles and j\W'illiam^ .Fifbruary- 2t,. and, . says'ihpre seomB'little doubt thsit a sedouB difference has arisen twee'nJthe two nations which Ger-mai^y fig dotermlhert to, settle by vlolpnt^fijeasures ^ If necessary. MalHERI YQOR mo |SiOSS,FEVERISH, ;;BH)M GONSmiON IF TONGUE . 18 COATED/BRGATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN' v; LIVER AND BOWELS' Give '.'GaHfarnla, eyrup of Picfs" at once-a ^gaspoonful today often saves e alck chjld tomorrow. If ypur little one Is out-of-sorts, bay-sick, ^Ish't resting, eating and ttcUrtg "aturaUyT-loolc, Mother! see i� tongue la co^iteil.iThls is a sure sign that Its JittlostolnBch,, liver and bowels are cloggQd'yyUh,' waslo.' When cross. Irritable",; fevoyt8|l,"sl6lil(lcIi" soiir, brfeath bad or ftas' stbmdch'-ache,'dfarrhoea sore tliroat, ttV Jipurs p.11 the constipated roison, liudleestetl food and sonr'bile" feently moves ont of Us IlUlo bowel witliout griping, and' yon have ui well IJlayj'ul cljjld again. Mbth.ei.'a" can rtyit easy aCtep'giving tills li'arqiiless "fruit laxative," because itiKjV'pjJ^llfl'to cksansa the little one liver''-ijiuV bowels ami swe,eten- th Btom^flili -and they dearly'' lov6' pleasant'Jlasle. FnU dlrectlonn for bab ics, chlUl)"cn of all ages and, I'oi- grow upsiprinCfid^op oaoli bottle,' Beware of oountorfelt tig syrups Ask' yq'iir drugBl^t' for ii bottl? Qf "OaHfornia Syrirn of l^igs;" then SBO lUaUitis madd^by tbe""CallCorrila i''le S^jnip Company."-Advertisement, ACCEPTED. CHALLENGE . New York, Pel?, 27,---AgenlB. of the >> o � LIST HOLDING THEFRONI LINES WERE DRUNK Toronto, Pqb. 27. -In addressing the prolfibltlon cSnvcntlon today, Captain IJallcy, A.M.C., who has just returned from the fighting front, niadV> the stattmeht that tit last Chri.slnias no fewer than 90 per cent of the Canu dlan �soUliers -were drunk. '.'The officer from lyhom I liava this," he 'added'with emph'a8ls.-,."tpUl too that'If tho Germans had '^nown the state of affairs wif.h us they would have' broken, through." Indignant Denial �A delegate tianied Tennison Smith, denijunc^bd tUo' Stutcnient of Captain B?.lley as "aboiniiiiible lies." Tho conventinn ItUer parsed a ro.io-luUon..by,^ a Eta^i-ling vote, as.3e.Uni; tl'etr. dlSbeUef in-tlie 'Blatem^nt. Ottawa, Feb. 27. - There hae been much epsculatlon here as to whether the bone dry liquor law, affecting trade between the provinces, will go Into effect on. April 1.' It was stated some time ago that the ordering of liquor from another province would be prohibited-after that date, but It is now stated in government circles that it may be porstponed, but there is nothing certain yet. Export liquor companies have been urging an extension of twoi months. The government's previous Intontiorj was April 1, but the ordcr-ln-councll has not yet been .cashed. IIRSIBOYCOIT FRUHNWHO EtLOY ORIENTALS Fernio, B.C., Feb. 'Iho alleged atitlon of tho British Colnnibia Fruit CIrowens, who acconliii/r u, n resolii-tlon from Bankhcad, liiid iiubllciy';expressed themselves us f;ivoraliln to employing CWneso lalior fnr their In-du.Mtry name in for niiicli rontlemning crltinism nt tho United Mint' Workers convention today. The n'Moiuiion usk-(!() fh') (onvontion to miiiiniiiously decide to boycott all fruit, and other products pluftcd on thi^ market by the riritlsh Columbia fruit mowers whila Ihey conilniiu to employ Cliiiip.so labor and authorize transmissidti of the re-.solulion to flic (llstriii Hi^fictnrv of lUe J. II. \V. of A., ami ilu; Kocretar-les of the .\lberla and ItriliHli Colitm-bitt Fcili'i-alion of l^abor. well us all local iinioUR in this (1ikii1(r. Wilson Herald, or Vanconvor, B.C., baa re(;clved tlie Military Cross. Ijr. Herald formerly owned 'tho F. 4 nanch south of Walsh where he lived until ho sold out in 1905 and moved to Vancouver. He had iv son killed at St. .lulUin. �Lord Beaverbrook, out of the fund raised by himself and others for the piircha.�*i of plrtlirt^h �o-nntinffffl u'ith the history of Caniuia, hvin purchased the portrait ol Sir Alcxandm- .Mucken-7,lo paintc�l by Sir Tiioiuus liuwreiico, !i copy of which. eiigi-.Lved bv Peter Cond�, nwoars In .Mackimzic ;i well-known work covering his; voyage from .Montreal to the Pacific m 17.^ii-179;i, publlghcd In 1S01. .John K. lliintor, who ditnl rpnt into tho grain buslne.h.f and for ycirs ha.d a seat on tiho Wiiiulpc!? Oriiin exchange. The Manitoba .Silver Black" Ko.x (-ompany at St. .VmlrewM. .Man., hiis .icUl 10 imlra of silver black f.tx imii-pIcH for 11 total of SI.-i.imim. T(?!i luein-liors of the Winnipeg Grain iCjcchaiij^e �are the purchasers, eacli taking ;i. pair id a i>rico of $l,i50ii, to l)c n.^cd for hreodlng jmrposes. One Oiousand Canadfciii chaplains are to be enrolled for work among ru-tnriiod soldiers and incoming: ficttlci-m on the western land.n luiiiig .allotted by the Dominion government. The I'rosliytorlan Home Mission hoard Is taklnsr tiio load in tlio new movement. Tho (JoMilig of senile of the rural jails In .Manitoba ih I'oroaislod. The jail.i and court iiouses at .Monlcii. Ur.'iiuloii, jMinnedos.i. and Dauphin will lio closed, leaving only tiiose iit Winnipeg and I'ortage I'niiric \tn-tho period of the war. Victoria, n.C. Fob. 27. -"Tho attitude of the board remains exactly tho same," was the iirlef statement made at. the Imperial .Munitions Hoard office hero today following a confer' enco iiotween 1?. P. Hutchart, shipbuilding director, and representatives of Victoria and Vancouver contractors. Asked for a statemont relntivft to the decision arrived as a rGspli of the conference, Mr. Bntchart said; "Tiic opinion was unanimous that It is impossible to accede to the raquoat of the men." It a strike is called Friday nearly 10,000 men will he affected. WILL' INVESTIGATE Wlnniljog, Feb. 27, iti'v, William lvon3, pastor of Mar'lmi;;iil .\iellio-! difit church here, has will ion to Pre-1 nvlnr Uorden demandini; :ni InveKtiga-1 lion ''Into the treatnn^iii of Davltl , Wells, a consclentioiin ubjcctor, who was sentenced to two yi.irs in Stony Mount'ain ponlteptiary lor evading the draft law and wtio died lu ilie lunatic asylum wifchiln a wi'ik avtcr being sent to jail. 'The minister Is of tlir> opinion tliat officlab! of tho penlteniiarv should bo suspended until tho iiivcstlgatlon Is complete. There Is iiotlumi; known to Indicate tlial Wells w.is ill-treated in th6 jail. BELGIUM'S SATISFACTCOM GUARANTEED or Yoiir Money Buck 50c. > box. 6 bosea for $2.80 its (V1R...JOHN .RAE,,; 635M3th Street, .... , North. Lethbrldge, l\f.y Donr Sir,-Referring to your open letlor to the Mormons In tho l..ellibrli|Bo Herald of Feb. 25, will saj' 1 accppt .your ohallenge and hereby agrbo' ttri�l.'i^g; ,1 ^  . ^iTlwol*,'0�t.~^�I tktnk Annrio.U lb. kMt i � 1 h�T� OWn, Ur HHK ^ kIdnvyB had elren me (jJUSS^ .... itruuliio (or notne tin*. I would suitor Mm btgiiiiQlioa and, twAillnR. of theiliinljii. I took 'AnMrro-iind,,iit kii/|) entirely outod mo of all my b>ck'acli� �nd hnti trBiistUonod my jkldteyii �o I* f^ni 'siif> ' i�'rp�0'i>i''�ndln(f H to ."�othsi's, wHoi; suffer."- , -tifrn. 0. A, OlirUo, Box nil?. � :: 'fprontb, iOnli-"F�* .(ti9.i:UBl, aleht ynrii I �lyiyfiiutfotod wflh' kW-��}*' (tbublo and rlieu-jtUitlim. 11 began with - Il)�,'lu niy baolc unil f'ont down Into tb� .tonronio ossa. I " md con-kept on adrUod ;�g,; 3Se;l^t>7 .-if A'pjpiic^.tloh has a;'l)y''.I(;p;'D^vIds6a; counsel V-'Ay^iiinipfts, ib'oen.ihaao .., _. , . for consin(!ir;;tin;ftp who have .not -boons pvf rtaas .vylth: an ' opportunity of'ootna'to'the front. V visif, COi^T. POINTS VahConter,, Fob.''�i'a7t-r:'!"FoV tho pur-p'ob'o ot^'6eing what the.otlior fellows aro doing," Q:oni,n>isaio^)er|i .n.Ai>t>r.ni.i: RmfHasIem ^her*""'"* bears tho trado-motls sliown.and the signature of W-Siiiff^ 39 years ot oxporlonoo to Into every pair. ^ Buc tits wide asaorlinout today. - ... nw. t;, s. rik MONEY BACK TAFFETA SILK Anothet line just as satisfactor|f as Holep^oof.~We are agents for thiscelebrated, gMaran'teed'silk. It , comes in cii)lorsaTTid'black. Full yard wide, heavy rich quality. .... Price per yard, witK Guarantee for Six Months, $4.00 4 ;