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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the 'LETHDnintiK pa^ly HKiUlP ; ' SATURDAY, .TANUAlWri: IQl8. ilniiyMSALilES ihmiM m� Italy. Btiitttki �|M M *et lateH* �ton w MMM u mMt th� _a't�(aUUI kr th� mack t ite iiMik." Tki irmi*" lulikM (M- vnlei with thoa* ot their own rscs m4 toagu�. r*r Rumania "Wa alia waan to praat that IwUca b� dona to tfia maa of RumaBlaB Wood aad apacch, la thair legltlBata asplra- "If thaaa eoaaaioaa wara tulfillad, Aiiarta ManiarT would hacoae a paw- i JrJKIa^SmitK wouW condacj'loj tha jafMaat HBea aad trtedea of � r�ra�a iaaiaad of Mac m hialraijaait ^ at tha farmielaya rruaalan aillitarr i attiatfacv." Tha pr�l�r tka tint ratalra-! laaau kHMrk Mda br tha Britlah aad thalr alHaa had baon eo�flata raatara-Uaa at tha pAtleal. tarrlierlal and aa ��a� Maaa-of WMIara TfMktaC vitt rtcarl la Ua dla�*�. MMiTtka OarM-cotoaM tka�ro� |rt^aald:-.^ Tiiiif wa haM at tta diapoaat of a whM* �aclalaa Bwt hara uwn m. WW ifw>i�_, ,---------- ___ ataaiw.oal ladapaodaaeo of featvlum, aadaaeh tatantlon aa coaid be made; far Ike daTaatatlain of ite town* and fHHkcaa. Thk waa no damand for war tadaaaity, but laalitance of the tact that bafora there could be any. hapa at atabla peace thli creet breach bf.jpvkUe law in Europe aiuit be ra-ffiiUatad aad. ea Car aa poaetbte, ra- na prelar tail Ua haarara raaeh had haaa aa;d ah*Bt the armaceBanU Onai Mtaia had awda with ita alliae ; aa thta aad other aabjaeu. He could ear Mir that, aa 'new cireumeianeea iiha tha RwNtaa ooHapae and the aap-, anta ftaaalah aeffotiaUona had chant- I ad tte caaditioBB ih which .the arrange-1 �eBiB wara {uio, tha coremment wae alwaya ready ta diaeuaa then with the Have No Hope of Hun Victory i-Padna Again Bombed By Aeros Mtlva lababMaata." I "On kiawa FnMla aad bar j* ^ ^SS!^^!Su3M hf r iHlmata iaiaatlaa." Mr. Uoyd Oaaria gili.' *inia�twj,fkraaaa ak� uaae to MMa KaaaK rfM daaa net aaaa.ta 3�!wdir aiy of tka RwiUn imwia-SST^^eMea aav ecatla*.^ Uadar aia aaaa er aaatkar tt�r wM kaaaa- thb rait ( tha �aaiaaa wiU ha aaUa-d or MBad Into aaavtata aeaaaaile ad vlMMla valltleal aartyraiMat." , mn^^^SZ '^SXw'^aoiStfowS rinmi'magalial bp Malowa or MTMM fbr tajary-doaa. la faOaaea of mriaadai. it aaa awar ha a reality.' Naal aaaea. tha NatotaUaa o( garbia;�Nataairu aad tta eeeaMad aaru at-VMaea, Italy and Raaaala. tie eeiiiflala withdrawal ot aliaa k*k% fafanttaa tar iajaetlaa daaa . ta the taaddaiaatal coa�iUaa ot a tai^  aa tltal," aaM tka |i�lllMto.elBlM a( tka allied 'Oaa rafrattabie omiaBion, wa notice la tta prayaaal of the central powere, aid. "wa bellere a great attempt ��at bo onda to aetablieh a great in-laraatioaal organiaaUoa aa a meaaa of �at^Uat lataraaUoaal dieputea. War la a ralle at berbarUm, and aa law haa �aeaeedad riolenee la tha aettlement of tadlTidaala- diapatea ao it ia doa-tlaad to aattla aatloaal controreraiea." "Wo are Hghtlag for a Juat and laat-ik� tfaaeb." iha praaiar declared. "Thim caattMaaa araat ha falfilled: neatly, tta aaactlty ot treaUea ra-aalaMlahad; aaceadly. territorial aet tmaat haaad oa tha right of aeltnle-taradaatlea ar tta eonaeat of the gor-l; laaUy, araation of aa latemat- �rwe it during the war. Mr. Ltoyd Qeorge aid it waa obrloua that any scheme of conqueat and annexationa could be perpetrated within the literal tnterpre tatioB of auch a pledge. WANTS KRESSIB leaal wiaataatlaa.to Itslt annamenU li-ttfatah aad d'1 tta probabiltty ot war. Jiaae eoaditioaa the Brit-iak attptra ia ptaparad to make oTea Igraatar Martllaaa." -Ralarrttc ta tka proaoancement of raraiga Mlaiatar Caamin that it waa aat tta launtloa of tha central pow-an ta.apyiaprlaM forcibly any oe-eapled tarrttortae or deprlre ot Ita in-dapaadaaaa aay aatioa whiek had loot WaahlagtoB, Jan. E.-A Joint reaolu tlon declaring that this gorernment "recogniiea the right ot Ireland to po-litteal independence and that we count Ireland among thoae coontriea tor whoae freedom and democracy we are fighting," waa Introduced yesterday by RepriaaentatlTa Jeannette Rankin ot Moataaa. Miaa RanMn alao Introduced a re-BOlutlon authorising the president to require all employers of labor during tho/war to pay women workers the aame wagee as are paid to men, and offered a bill to equallae the wages ot men and women government employ-eaa who perform aimllar labor. THE ORIGIN AND DANGER -�,r- CATARRH Itallnn Army Hoadqunrtars In Nor-! thorn Italy, Jan. B.-(By the ABSOClat- ' ed Press).-There wero three suocoa- I stve air rnlda yestcrdny morning on Padua, laattng from 2 to C o'clock, ami a' number ot bombs fell tn the centre of the city. A largo imlaca on the main thoroughfare was domoUshed and there was lessor damage within on area of about two city siiunres. Sik persons were wounded, including two,. women. ' ' Prlaenara Are Miserable Lot Italian Army HeadhuarterB In Noj*!1 them Italy, Jan. 4.-^ (By tht Associated Press).-The officer commanding the 1,'iOO Austrian priaooers captured in'the recent French success on Monto Tomba gave the* correspondent nri op^ portunity today of going among them and talking freely with offlcors and men on war conditions and what the enemy still could do in carrying oh the struggle. A more miserable lot of human be- ^ Ings would be difficult ito Imagine. Th'o officers were in even Worse condition than the men. Their clothing was ragged and the .tinselled omamenta- 1 tlon on their uniforms was gangrened with rust. The officers wereSinkempt and had not been shaved for over a week. Their red hands looked like pieces ot raw beefsteak. None bad overcoats as all wero wearing light trench uniforms when- the French swept around them. Yet, despite this misery, they put onxa surprisingly bold front and anyone thtaklng 'they are' crushed Is closing his eyes to facts. | The correspondent met the prisoners on a road leading to a town where they are being rounded up preparatory to being set to work or sent to a,.prlson camp. Small detachments' , wet^ stretched along the road for some dls-.i tance, each group being guarded by , French soldiers. One detachment car-' ried spades ahd picks instead of guns.  All ages are seen among the prison-' ers. There was a boy of eighteen and a man of fifty with a grey beard. A coating of trench mud made them look worse than they ^really were, for they had stout boots; leggings and overcoats.' Some had'Shawls and blankets, while their headgear consisted of battered helmets and'caps with heavy hoods.. ' = Catarrii ! tk� Sl�macli (wUcli U often miitaken ____ A itbnw, BrMcLHb. Ute of SmeD, pUcfm -VOU NMMJ'nOIT MIL re rba^ BVIRY WORD OP THI* ARTICUE. At WMdfrfd EiwEili Formuk, It SImoU 0� For Yoa. Worlc Now Proceeding on Plant On West ^Yde of Harbor CATARRM, A- l.eA.TNiOMB AND TM aaaal eatank la a aaaaaatlag quick to take advantage of the oi^por-INOIfelMltOIBSAjIBJ- IdtaaMaaaraaakaawawhohaahadto tunity. They invade the Buetacbian, flaiaiih^ta ea2^ Miaa Iw ST^^ ar talk fhea to face wltt Tubaa. Their preaeaca and irriUtion; Toronto, Jan. 5.-Work la now pro- a tSv rnMiaria ilaa'aai ah' iJMMin a aafaia iaaklag wltt surulaat ca- it cauaaa produce mora and mora ceeding on the construction of a two Sat ItaiiritSlt^" itt riaHW k^  kWT Bart yaaarar had to aadara la naous. Gradually thia filla up the ear million dollar shipbuilding s>lant here ' KiaMtalM ditaaca tta kawUag ---- - liaifaT_______, _ ^ , |i^A-'�iiW tttfcakiad.- kinrUi^jJ^ :8Sst!2r�-,________ ta t;g|BMr a( tka Jtoaiack. Caitank af �k^ 9MMi,..'BmGfclUa.', aai-. ' kttlkt er Mai laalaaaa laaalta. CATARNH; OTARtO 'A caU aR a( a eatank vletim. or had to to anch a paraoa and aiyar- ___dlagntiat, apBaUta-loaiag, iPBl aiar. wklak yaa aoald aat aaiMa. aai Mi aat fennr wkat it waaT Tkat la �Blink aad ttara aia auuiy paepla wka kava H aU daa't haaw it ICATARRH Of TH� BTOMAOH (Ortaa laialakaii Hr Oyapapala ar In-dlfaMon) ^ at hiilgaaUoB aad dya-ara ataRiir tka raaalt.et ea-Ika ttfoat aad atomaoh. At mueoa head Mai.. . iwata are ataRHr tta raamt a SiMik garau kraattai tt'tank el Arttfoat aad atomaol t'Iha Math ar aaatiOa kava gi^ aayaa ito Mtoap, tha a aaaa tta iBlUMd aad iaMeata daaga dawk froai tta throat aad I ttMkvaaa ttat llaaa tta aaiM: aad la awalhmd lato tha etoma aonnda when awalhiwtag. which come upaa'frtrritatad.MrfMa JL^mm.  Mtk. you ar. ta a bad^bamor; you ^ ,,,rtB of a stUfened muscle 'IfittaMaa and la wk.1. ayaiaai to potaoned aad raaking ' .j,^ , ezDlanatlon of a most y�ktta,dla.M.,Ty/to�ach hy',^^^^^ ,,o,,a '*S�*1,*'*.%* f wn .mSK how abaurdand useless *TKJL ^"t-TlS " � to �"���Pt ^ overcome such "'V**?'*- ?fT!I^-^!SL !S5 5 daatneaa by ear drums or devices of y �*.'Lyyff?,'!.i>V * elmltar sort. utkMC^^iT^lt. ^l. wltt^tt; understood, however, that UWa ky �StafJ*,* "Sf*^ .^i?_l3-.P�nnlnt ia not for aar troubles other taia hli algkt aai iBffarB,fmt aa al-aeka:a��r tt. ayaa head. Th. adad ha- L. Dahlgren of Toronto. The company has leased for a term of 21 years slightly over 15 acres of reclaimed land. They are erecting a modern shipbuilding plant, the largest being 800 feet by 100 feet. fcMve shlp--bi^ildlng berths capable of taking ships of canal size, that Is,'up to 261 feet In, length by 43 faot beam ore being erected. Two thousand men will be employed eventually. , WERE DRIVEN OFF ttetlgM �( mJSk^ra� aay aat ^ yatragK T�b prahaMy 4e a�c Bat .ya�ir\(M�ada da, thMgk tkay wa ta. .^fijMI^ el y�ur laiMiaBa l.�lall yea a.. NABAV. CATARRH ';^to (ena at Catarrk la. la aai alakaatag aad dlBgaaltac, aa-- 1^ vaal aaauaaa aad hlgklr �ka ahaagaa. at waattar� .narlo* favAr nr iransporis coHVoyeu oy japunesH war-2� d?J�ra^2l from ciu^^ Mediterranean onDecom- aay dlBeaso apart froni catarrh, or if-.., ,, ,oni,u�rt �av�.�n : �n. eauaad by an ta]ury,..Karmint. Is. not for you, and you should coasult your own family physician regarding your aaaa. � . , OONT NKQLECT A COUQH ' It you have a cold .and,it has left yon with a cough, no matter how her 1^30, were repulsed, saysan , an nouncement from the Japanese admiralty. The warships were not d/imaged. aairttfoat vary �Mtlaa. aad ttat Mftt aat irawtt iC ^ tfcreai ara wkat );M|kway; Hfk. ttMb la dIaMtai BNa Mr. tm\^t^Vm^SZS^\t^l^H^m Bhould ba aacurod at once', polnying g*? ^..?***P*�** �*-'.""^ traatmant may mean that the cough rS3^LJ^�mtaii�?�>^L!S�?(S^vm �"�^ *�Velop and stay. Even tor*j^8gt iSd^Sai mv*^ indicates a danger to. He.atom ^-b _______Jorp tna* ar Ti�_,. Mk� araaciiui ia'iNM auu M^n. Ite hmi �ta ktaad. paaaaa rr kddi�,k�at aad ttaa. aaaMa ilr.ll tt. air ��! m um, Ml. tta iM� �ft aum OP OBAPNMB wiikk la rwpoaalbla fw a of daafaaia kawiprir, � ^ Ike a^&.Su&rtaw _______ ImWa KfaoraUy ha- gta. ta a atopta aold la tta Jiaad. Dnr-tai aask a mM alaaat ovary paraoa laaaa ttat taaUag at atufttaaaa taBa ! taflatataaUoa aiuadlBg I apaea wkara tta aad ahouid racalve prompt attention. Valaaa your cough' h'aa become ex-tramaly deep aaatad or huB huiig onto you tor a long time, we believe that ia c�-|you will find a quick relief from your trouble by the use ot Farmint - i WHAT PARMINT IkT. 1 Parmint is an English formula put on tha market in England about 10 years ago.'It.is a combination ot In-gradlants having values in the treat-maat ot caUrrhl oohditiohs bronchial atfaetionB, ate^, compounded from the best grade of material it ie.ppssible to obuin. Parmint is put up ip one-ouBCe bottles in concentrated form Double ,____ ______ - oae-ounee bottles �Ma*.cfcM�ieb aa .ta catarrk, .tta daag' can ba obtaiaed at a small coit and ar la fra*a, i tka one-ouaca la suftiolfnt to make a \,Tka,i^Mv�. aarrylag tte genaa, full halt-ptnt of Parmint ready to use drapa lata tta ttrMt. Tha glua-Uka whan miiad with nraterand'a little gakaaajURT aUaka tor a tima to-, aiigar aa directed ta eacH pikkage.- .ttt.'aMMg df Ik* ttreat Tkagorna'ar. AdvOTttaaMBtV ' ' - waglaii af tta Bgataektaa Tahaa ara leaatM, aad whiek to aeeaatpaaiad hy oatarfkl aaaratloaa, eollaotad ta tta paat^aggal apaN, whara tt to diffleuit ta kipw It oat at tta aoi. ar kawk It j which are laballad "Parmiini-ap. tVkaa aaeh a9Bditl6Ba kava be-1 strength." These DRINK Coca Cola 5c a At your dealers or wa deliycr a ., Case of 24 half pint Bottles To Any Part of the City for � $1.00 (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole Bottling AgentT for Leth'-brldga DIatrlct Purity ^tiling Works Corner 4th AveniHt'A 4th 61. S. Phone ISOI From Saturday, January 5 to Saturday, January 19 That for leather and wear values will save the purchaser from 50 to 100 per cent on today's prices. This may not seem reasonable, but it is true. Let us explain. We bought these boots early, and during a year's business have some different sizes in nuDzbers of lines left. These .We want to dean up. We have not all sizes in all lines, but we have all sizes in different lines. Men's Nettleton Shoes worth Q today$16.00, pair for - - 0�D}J Men's Hartt Shoes, worth ACl today $1U00, pair for - - 0.4-0 Men's Manhattan, Regal, Barry, Daisy, Leader and Invader, worth Q Q C from $5.00 to $7.00, for - OoOD Women's 9 in.' dark tan, chocolate or mahocrany bals., worth from ^ O!^ $9.C0 to $14.00, for - - - Women's Queen Quality, black kid, tan, calf and gunmetal, Q ^ C worth $5.00 to $7.00, for - O.^D Women's McPherJon, Em-Q press and other makes at - fc�a*/�3 Women's Felt Slippers, sizes f\C ^ 2 to 7, at . - . Youths* and Misses' Hockey 1 Q ^ Boots at - -,.....1 mZjJ j Other Lines Redaced in Numbers of Lines. NO GCODS ON APPROVAL TERMS CASH Qet Here EaFly--It Will Pay You W.J Sherlock Block &C0. Cor. 3rd Ave. and Tth St. S. aasaagasca:�!mr^�iv.awawp}-.i� R.C. PEOPLE. F ClIlSTAiFIP]^ "No Surrendor" to Bishop Fal-^ Ion, Is Their\Slogah L�,  .Now. I . : ^. ..' ; > .; :� * : o 'two killed Windsor, Ont., Jan. 5.-At tin impromptu gathering of the protCBting members ot Our Lady of the Lake church. Ford City, atfehdod by seven or -eight hundred persona, resolutions were passed and a slogan" adopted o� *-no surrendor," as tar as Bishop Fal-'i* Buffalo, N.;Y., Jan. 5.-Two poisons-wovo'lUUisiland uiiiu injured today when a wealooyud' trollay."car on thc'ljurr.iio iuid Dopo'w'line'leit''the rails and ran Into a telesrapji pole anil overturned.. . Tho dead are: Martin ' P. Sin'rii, 28 years old, of liulfii'.n, i>. and a man suppoand to bo J. Brunqr,. of Dppow. Of tUo Injured in Buffalo hospltaU, tlva are Bcrlously. hurt., TUq wreuUod car was carrying ahput forty woi'kmon. t , J? less milk being used ' Vow Yorlc, Doc. 24.-The price . of mlllf In New York city'has-rlbeh'^Btf' per cent, since Juno, li)14. and about 20 per cent, leas ot Ih'eiprOduot. is hei *. I fng consumed, nccowling-toj.jt-'report ot :., the nwyor's commiticc Dn,"mjlk>;-.inadsj' public tonl. > : :I Melbourne, Jan, S.--Tho Nationalist party having 'decided that In Us opinion it was to tho best Intarosts ot the cpnimonwoalth and the emplro that Premier Hughes be retained as leader ql the part^, Itj la expected tlie prom-Harry C, Greanrf (lied at Summer-] l^r will lioT.comm'lHalDnea to tgrm a; side, RE,I, in his lOist year, lie was! ri,e.w nilnJstry. Therd probably will bo at one,time sheriff ot Prince 'couAlyj only a few changes' and postmaster, of Bummorsldo and j The dBpJsloh'.^t the party wnV reabh-was' the oldest Vrob Mason'on> the eii at a meeting today at which tho pre-Isla'rid. He wa8 ihe father of iler- mlor Intimated that, lutultlllment, ot 'b,ert Greene,,insnager:ot the Bank of Us pledge to retire it tho rotorondum �Nova Scotia'aV, Dlgby, N.S., and an should go against conscription tho uncle of A. B, Warburtou, M.P.,: ot ministry nrobpblywou)a-.re�lualn>the "Charlottetown. ' * '.- ''lifa'iiieai*^*�atti��i,'rf CALLS YOU ^.d:^d:Br,;;/Aw'AviI from the Bitifi^MoCp rMhf* Least Rainfall of all our P^ciflo.Coaat cItlea.'BeaU;)', tjful tjulldlngs; lovely li'orn'esi' splendid scenery; excellent roads,< flowers commonly In bloom In open air at Christmas; golf eyery month in the year; balmy, eoft air; aver. aQO mean temperature for January 30'degrees above zero. EXCURSIONS Deo. 2 to 8; Jan. B to 12; Fob. 3 to 9. A^k Tlokpt Aflent 344?1529 ;