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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WJ5I)NESrjAY;-KKRRUAKY 27, 1918 THK i.-tfTj-fBHIDGE DAILY HKHALD PAGE NINE � � I--J T -� "lJ � ^ + � I- � T -1 -r- r � ^ �# � i* *> & *3 #% *8t *' 1* �> ? (! tho 1 'mil or Hussoll foundation, it ropulud reilj-jiouH organization, laic unlay, and aahoA n mimhw of hooltH uju] i>;*j>or.s. Tin* lil-�*nUur �:� *3� '�* > V > > Ottawa, Feb. 27. - There has been much speculation here an to whether the bono dry liquor law. affecting trade between the provinces, will go into effect on. April 1It waa Rtatnri some time ago that the ordering of liquor from another province would be prohibited* after thrt date, but it is now stated in government circles that it may be postponed, but there hi nothing certain yet. Export liquor corn pan ies have been urging an extension of two rn^nths;. The: yovernmerit's previous intontion was Anvil 1. but the ordcr-in-countil has not yei- been rasscd. rVnilo. d.v\ion of '11 in ulli'K'.'d il'iinhhi. Kruit. i 'i B.C.. Keh. J7 thy British ( who iieeordiii:-. i i a rosolu-lion from Banklietul. Im-I publicly' c.k-\)v{\ iIw.Mnselvc^s ;i.- iniorahh* to fsijipioyiiis Chinese }u)>->i \>>v UH>ir Industry chiiu: hi for i�'n-b i nndcmi)in>; (TitU'.h-in ;it the Unitf-d Mini. Workers convention today. Th" v�-nhition nsk-od tli" oonvontion to uj::ininnMislv do-cido to hoycuft all tnrt ;unl other p'roductJ*. placed on the 'niirlo't. by (Ik; llritinh (Columbia fruit m'nwcrs while llK-y conMnui! to ompln.' i'hiiw: labor :.nd ;iuthon7(- transmi.uin id" tho resolution fo tiro dJHtrh ' ary u� ;.i;o 17. ;\r. W. ol' A. :jjH thr sr^rrotar-of the Albertn. and hritish t'oliini* NEWS NOTES Co!, t). Hogarth, wlio hit* beou a j.� pointed C-nmidian. quHri.j'f>k(ir of Port. Arthur, in partnership with Col. .1. J. Ciirriek, ex-.M.P., wuh born at Osne'Ha, Got., .'J.S yoarw and Jias bofn u Tnomb'M' of inf. Ontario loglnlafurtt H'lixno 191 J. his }^trt.nor, R. T. \Uuiy-, opera t .>i | stores at Crystal city, i "b-avw;it.rv and itoWrtovJan. f/a(cf Mr. \i\in Into flio srain l>nsin'->-.- and had a Hoaf. on ti))u \Viinnp'"4 chaiiRO. Ct|-;iiii f-v. The Manitoba Silver Hlack I'nx ffirnpany at St. .\ndr�*\vH. .\l;i.n , h;^ sMil In pairs ol" silv*T hlae!-; f.-jx pu�.. Mrs. .1, \\*. Morrow, of Mndi- ! pie?: fur v total of si:..nue Tr-n hmm, (dne 11 at. Alberta. harfceivi'd ' h�*rs of s hr. Wilson Mer- i ari> the iMircfLr^'iv, aro ukm:.' a p.ih-aid. of Vancouver. H.C., has ivreived ' at a pric� of ^l.Tani. -o |... i;.-, ,| (�,,,- isiHt* (tf A^r)J.-.ultU],f.i that the Rrit.lsli Chrw i 'on!miss.ion iiu-rtNoo'- tho price, f(,i- Canadian cheese ror ''.xn-orl. 'i'be )'.rii isii governmoil Iook over tho Canadian rhoewe oufpirt at. 21. 1-7 cents a jiduikI, cents' is waiuCKl. the Military Cross. I Jr. ih.-raid formerly ov.-nod the K. t r.inr-ii ~oti(h of Walsh where he lived until he sold out hi l!JO.j and oiovcd fo Vancouver. JIo had 'a, son killed at S"�. .Inlian. breed inf. purposes Ycur Hheumafism I'lic twists and aches of rheumatic sufferers usually yield to the rich oil-food treatment in One thousand Canadi oi died i.eently a� of *h�' rui.t! j.i ils in .M anit oba i ;"oreaupliin will bo closed, ieavin^ onlc rho-*1 it Winnipeg and Poia.age L.i Pra irie f/.r the ]>eriod of the war. Tli mej)'; Kasiern and Weslem As-'!iciat'ions u ill ask Do* 1 ):urv-Mise when evervtliino; else fails. Besides helping to purify and enrich the hiood Scoiis strengthens the functions tr> throw off injurious acids and is especially beneficial during changing seasons. Many cloct a rs themselves take Scott's. Ybc# Try U* \ ii tuna. rho. atti- WinnipeK. C--look. Mother! see1, it tdnguo is coaled.. Th in is a tmvv. sign (hr.t its iittlo Htomach, iivor and bowels are cloirged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish,' s\bhiach" sour, breath bad or bus stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throjit, iul.lot cold, give a l.ea-spoouful of "California Syrup of Pigs." and in a few hours till the ooiistiputuO yoiKon. andiecsl.�d food and sour bile bunt IY moves- out of iii> little bowels without griping, and you have a well. Vhiyj'ul ebild again. Mothers can easy after -givinK ill is hHrmlcss ** fruit laxative," because-if 'iHjvor fjxils *o cleanse ihu little one's liver ' and bowels and sweeten the stomach ' and thny dearly lovo its pleasant tayle. Full direction^ for bah-ies, children of all ages and for grownups-printed on each bottle. Beware of eounterfeit. fig syrnpa. Ack yotir druggist for a bottle of "Cahfornia Syrup of Fi^s;" then see tljHL-it is made'Tty I he "California i-'iK Syrup t'ouipany."-Advertisement. once between it. p. Jtutehart, shipbuilding din vf oi . and representat Ives of Victoria and Vancouver contractors. Asked for a statement relative to the decision arrived as a result of the conference. Mr. liutehart said; "The opinion was unanimous that it. is impossible to accede to the request of tho men." If a strike is called Friday nearlv 10,000 men will ho affected. v William at Modioli to J're-invos'dgu.- Pavid iiiiei-or. who -��j in Stony r i� va11 ing the ;,a i he lunatic a:";or being �i + opinion that draft, law and Who died asy 1 um within a \ve> .sent, to jail. Tho minister it? of i, officials of tho penitentiary sliould be .suspended until the invi^digation is romidete. There is nmiihuj known to indicate that Wells wn:; ill-treated in the jail. d SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ot Your Money B:u:l: 50c, ft 6 boxeft for $2.50 San Francisco, Gal., Feb. 27.- Pe-finito -opnnWctior of Sir Rahindnuiath Tagore, colobraled Indian poet, and high 'official,0 of the German government vfRJi an alleged conspiracy to foment revolution against British rule in India, was established today according to cbn1.ent.ioM8 of the prosecution, by introducing into evidonee at l ihe trial of 31 ahegnd conspirators . oi letters and ay Saints are not in harmony \vit{i the Word of God as contained in King- �JiHne�: - translation of the-nih|�;; .............. Will be'pleaded to meet you and or-rango-further tenufl and conditions of debate. ' BISHOP JOHN W. EVANS, Raymond, Alta. (Advertisement). way t?roni Rye, N.Y., to Rotterdam, Oop'enhagon and other Kuropaau Ijaints.. At the time the letters and messages were sent, the attorneys contended. Rye wan the tempornry headquarters of the German embassy. Tho documents had just been received from t!Ue state department by the prosecution and were introduced under agreement made yesterday when the government rested its case. Alfred Zimmerman, former German secre-1 Toronto, Feb. 27.- A daylight suvin^ lary oi' Mate i'or'tforeign affairs; Count bill will be introduced in the legisla-Von Undmrg;, former German ambas- lnre today by Major 11 a rtt of East ' sad or to the Fritted States, were the SMmcoe. we are As busy alterations ith Ye Olcle Firme mm we are unable to put on a special this week ? For FREE Sample U.S. ADDP.ra.^ CitiJs. U�Hcd. Ttruta. Ka-Dru-Co. Im '^07 Main St., Buffalo, v.y. 13* 3rd Ave. S. AND WILL BE USED BY THE WORLD FAMOUS Cherniavsky no IN THEIR Recital Friday Evening, March 1 KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH r The world's best musicians acknowledge Heintzman &' Co. supremacy. Intending purchasers will make it their choice-if-they investigate. f TERMS MADE CONVENIENT SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA SHOWROOMS IN Armstrong & RaworthV Lethbridge J. HARRY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAGER. ONT. DAYLIGHT SAVING Ulcrman officials Implicated by the ^ j documents, according to the prosoeu- Many of the letters and cablegrams bore no signatures and some of them carried no address. Sir llablnclranath was implicated in the conspiracy, the prosecution maintained by a d'ocuitient which waa sent to 7i. N. Golifiens, at Amsterdam from Rye. "Sir Rabindranath has come at our r suggestion," the message read. w � Mr. Bagley's Letter Printed Here as Proof ALL AT HOME SHOULD PREPARE FOR WAR The first test % nian .is put through for either war or life insurance is an examination of his water. This is most essential because tbo kidneys play a most important part in causing premature old ago and death, Tho more injurious the poisons passiug through tho iidneys the soouor cornea decay-so says Dr. Pierce of Surffira) Institute, Buffalo, K Y.� "who further adviHes all people who are past thirty to preserve tho vitality of tho kidney* and free tho blood from poisonous clfimoiits, sucn as uric acid-think plenty of water-sweat some, daily and taka Amine, double atreugth, before meals. An-u- Ac ja a discovery of Dr. Pierce, anil can be obtamod at drug stores. For that backache. lumbago, rheumatism, ".rutdy" ,]oinlSj -swollen fact or bands, due to una aoid in tbo blood, Anurie qu/ckly dissolves thc tirie acid as hot water does sugar. Send'10 cents to Dr. Pierce for -trial pkg. Thorold, Ont.-"I think Anurie iti tli* be�t 1 huvo ever taken. My kidneys had cireii mi * trim bio (or Honm tim�. T wnultl HiilTer from liMchnchcs nnd alio swelling of tho l�mb�. I took Anurie and it hns pnfirely ciir^H me of all ray barUnrbo nnd ti;iB Klreii^tlicnnd my ' kidhcri so 1 TphI safe in vorommpnriinz it to otliei's who .sufrrr.'' - Mr.-. C. A. VUrUv, Box J 17V. Toronto, Ont.-''"or tho la/it oi^lit yo�rst I hrtv'p pufforrd willt kifl-ripy trouble nnd rhru-matism. Jt l)i�fra;j with pnins in my harU and flnllly lnft. my nack nnd went down into tbo fnnt. It dcv�lo]ted into n chrmiir. v.isi'. I tried c�ery'medicine I could hear of *nd con- Dunn, Winniih^r. Feb. 27.-Application has been made by .1. P. Davidson, counsel for conscieritnoua' ohjoctors in Winnipeg, to Mia-^istrato ATacdonald to havq an application made to the department of justice "M. Ottawa recommending that all �conscientious objectors now confined to jail he released on patrol on tho undertaking that they go tu work on the land. SEND THE HOME N. C.-"I suffered with a chronic cold for four months, coughed day and night. Had to keep on working when I was not able to. ! 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 vepaedy which aids digestion, enrichcu the blood and creates strength. Then chronic coughs and colds naturally disappear. Your money will be returned ii it docs not help you. HERE AT LAST omen Silk Ho euro ! * OFFICERS TO FRONT i J. D, H1GINBOTHAM & CO., LTD, Druggists, Lethbridge. Also at the best druggists In ah 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 ; Alberta towns. Winnipeg, Feb. 27.-The local executive of the Great War Veterans' association fast night adopted a resolution calling upon the federal government to place returned soldiers in all administrative pos1-tlons of tho army'in Canada and to provide officers fcrid men who have not' been overseas with an opportunity of going to the front. VISIT COAST PORTS Vancouver,, Fob. .27.--'.'For the purpose of seeing what the other fellows arc ,050 \y