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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FKBHUAHY 27, MHS rim ^rtTj-IBRIDGE f)'s (I Si JIFRALf) PAGE NINE (j* > ^� �*� Austrian^ Refuse (o Participate in the Invasion of Russia RAID PASTOR RUSSELL HEADQUARTERS Now York, Feb. 27. Agents 'of the United Stales 'army Intelligence service raided tho headquarters in Hrooklyu oC (.ho i'HHlur lUissoll Inundation, a rojmtod i-eiigioiiM organization, lut.i: u>day. and adzed a number of boofcn and piinern. Th� literature sv.ih turned over to the fetieral district attorney to determine if it contained seditious mutter. * > V M ?  V ? ? ii NEWS NOTES Col. I>. M. Hogarth, vvhn mi* been appointed i ''amidio.n nuartermaster jjonornl in I0n#land ia a renl estate' brr>Ker of lJort Arthur, in pnrt.ner^hin wltlj f'ol. ,1. J. CunMck, cx-M.l*.. wmh born at Owcellu, Out., ttX yean iigo, and Jian h�en a rnomb^r of the Ontario legislature h'Itw-c l'Hl. Iiis iV:i,rtner, Ft. T. Mimiv, (>j#craii'i| | isu-r of Agriculture thai Liu-, ftritltflt stores at Cry** a) fhy. ni-jirw.jf ; e.luuiRe. Washington, Feb. 27,-Further evidence of the growing strain of relations between Germany and Austria over the refusal of the latter to participate in the renews ed attack upon Russia Is given in an official dispatch received here today from France. It quotes the Austriatvoremier a& formally re-iteratiny on February 22 that r Austria-Hungary will take no part in military action against Russia and Rumania, and will not send her troops Into the Ukraine. The dispatch refers to the meeting between Emperors Charles and William, February 22, and says there seems little doubt that a serious difference has arisen between the two nations which Germany is determined to settle by violent measures if necessary. Ottawa, Fob, 27. - There has i been much speculation here as to whether the bone dry liquor law, affecting trade between the provinces, will go into effect on. April 1/ It wdc* stated no me time ago that the ordering of liquor from another pro'inct would be prohibited'after flirt date, but it is now stated in government circles that it may be postponed, but there is nothing certain yet. Export liquor companies have been urg i n c] an extension of two months. The ijovernment's previous Intention wis April 1, but the ordcr-in-council has not yet been rn&.u'd. Ferine, action of (Jrower:-: B.C.. Kelt, j: the*. British i ;t j'enoJu-; (uihllcly ex- t; .jrah!'' It) i'�r their lu- ff dn:1!ry eaine in for nun-\- . Ui-itiHh Columbia fruii '-.iov-crs \vhil they continue to employ r. Wilson II**r-ald, vA Van \";nieonvr 11;e purchase of pie!ures connectd v.'nh rhe JmhIoI'v f>)' Canada, h pun.diased (Jie i>oi*trnit of Sir A h-x;iud'n* M :i cUx Company ill Hi. Andrews, M;t:jj..--has Ht;ld Jo paiir^ of hi(a '�h):i'-k fox l>hv for v (af:d of ! A.m�o Tc'i n"';n Ik']-.> of tin- Winrdpe;.', *ti\i\n V,:i--]i.\nyt> arc tin- {:iiP-h�v�*'r.-\ t-urh >:>kjjji- a p;dr at. a prici' of ifl.-'oo, biv-cdinp ptirposf pri(n\ for Caiuuli'an for exr.xiri. r-; ! Tin* MriHs'n jk over ihe ('anailiini eJieeMe. outpiH at. 21. 1-7 ! (V'iii.v; a pouixl, delivered in Montreal, .Vow L'."> cenls is wanted. - n are to he enrolled for u-ork turned :-oIdler; and in'niiiina nn. Ho-- -western land.-' !>"ine by t l)ouiiuh>n K-'O'-njoe-n Presl.�y tori an Homo .ML don bourd j:. i:ikinthe I'-ad in 'be n- mow. meat. ' n :i I C;i u\a ItU-V.'r! re-. i  1 i ')-l7�c. will he rinsed, leavinr: cni- Winnipeg and Coria^c } the period of the war. .Montreal to the Pacific published in Lsni. rd i�h Colum - - welt 11 s a ' I ict John K. J hoiPM', who died p, 4 \'U loria. t ude of tho Rami:," wiiii at, the im perrnl 1 ic,� here 1 \ ILC, Frh. r?7. "TJin atti- hoard rcmuin.s exactly tho the brief siotement made .Munitions Hoard of-fellou'jn,^ a confer- 4 1 4 once IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER ANO BOWELS Civo "California 6yruj5 of at once-a leaspoonfu] today often saves a sick child tomorrow. t If your little one is onl-of-sorts. hay-sick, Isn't vesting, eating and ac'inp naturally-look, Mother! sec if iongue i la coaled..This is a fmre sign iln.t hs ' Jittle Btomach, livar and bowels are clogged Avitli waste. AVlnm cross, irritable, feverish, stomach" sour, breath bad or has sioinach-ache, , 1 vens. pastor of Ma � > disl. chureli here, has no'or Borden domandin-Una 'into th:t treal n - � � W'elhi, a. conscienliou.-wan sentcneed� to i wo > ��� MounCain ponitenliary ;'., draft, law and Who die'! asylum wit-torn a w>� ! sent to jail. Tho minister is of J officials of the pension : ia ry shoulrl suspended until the : .a'> >� o f 11 e of "'Califonua Syrup oi i^i^s;" then see that it is made d'ty i be "California i-'ii: Syrup Company."-Advertisement. ACCEPTED CHALLENGE MR. JOHN RAE, 635- 13th Street, North. Lethbridge, My Dear Sir,--Referring to your open hd ter Ui the Mormons in. tho ljethbrldge Herald of Feb. 25, will aajr I accept youi- challenge and hereby agree� to meet, you in public discussion upon the following question; Kesoly.od -That tho doctrines now taught by the Churtfh of Jesus Christ of jitter Day Saints are not in harmony witfi Ihe Word of God as contained iii K lu work on the land. SEND THE HOME OFFICERS TO FRONT Dunn, N. C--"I suffered with a chronic cold for four months, coughed day e.nd night. Had to keep on working when I was not able to. I- saw Vinol advertised and tried it, and. I want to tell you it just cured 'that cold in a short time."*-J. C. Bagley, Dunn, N. C. That's because Vinol is a constitutional cod liver and iron rejpecly which aids digestion, enriches the blood and creates strength. Then chronic coughs and colds naturally disappear. Your money will be returned if it docs not h*ln yoiu * J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO.. LTD, Druggists, Lethbridge. ' Also at the best druggists \p all ! Alberta towns. OWING TO MARKET CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE GRADES OF COTTON AND SILK YARNS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF HOLEPROOF HOSIERY WE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO SECURE STOCKS FROM THE FACTORY FOR THE LAST TWO MONTHS OR MORE, HOWEVER, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A HEAVY SHIPMENT OF THE POPULAR SILK BOOT WITH RIBBED ELASTIC TOPS IN ALL COLORS AND BLACK Winnipeg, Feb. 27.-The local executive of the Great War Veter^ ans' association laat night adopted a resolution calling upon the federal government to place returned soldiers in all administrative positions of tne army in Canada and to provide officers and men who have not" been overseas with an opportunity of going to the front. Jul 1 VISIT COAST PORTS Vancouver,, Feb. -27.-'.'For tho pur-poWo of seeing what the other fellows avo doinp," Coniiuissionerfl John San-tow and H. S. Gourlay of tho Toronto harbor commission hoard, aeoon)pan-led by Chief Kjipinoor K h. Cousins, for some time have been onjragod in an official tour of all raeific m'isl ports and have reached VatK'ouver for. tho imrpi�so of -seeing what has been done horn in tho way of hirlmr /Tovolopmcnt. US FOR BEST ASSORT ED STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES Motor and horse drawn equipment COUNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION MILLION DOLLARS FOR MANITOBA BUILDINGS Winnipeg, Feb. 27.-Supplementary ^^ftS T nro'a I^UmateVaggregating ^236.^7 wSro toe to pivft Anurie - trial, and am Iwippy to , introduced in tlu- leglHhltur^ by the f|n*ovineial treaHuror this atternoon. Of thin ,HUin, $jh>,u5u U mi revenue ae- way I urn tucUy ti vt�\i mi�u -�?voc feel any wftfcdier ounAitiohs may Amirti- is � rt�d ki(in�y ip�dii-'iu