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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Tip' LETHBniDGF!,-DAILY' IIERAlitK SATURDAY, JANlTAnY12> .lOltl LDmloti.-Jiui. 12.--(;onii:!ny is do- sunU on an iwerngo S21,000 tons inon-pendiiVK on hpr U-luv.ls ui (U-fo:i! !lio ihly troni Fobniary to Decembor nntl American iTieiliu'c and bi-nj: " about poaco, rtoplnres lUo Oornipu 'r;t!;v,;!;itt, a copy ,ot whii,'h lias bceii roi-o-vcd lioro. The entire t-nt,o:r.o liopos/' snys tills nowHiiniHT. "an' iii"v iK'.sofi on tlie oxiiCi'Soii lioli> til jn the rnii^-nl Elutea. WluH'.sor i!.- .iUUTirriii;; wili be rblo [p -pn-v ^ii^ a lij'jtir.'; arr.iy in iVtiinbcra puff-U icat '.o \-:'.n\: uluuil a dOi"sion, .w!K:!'or Uuy \viit lio able to fuvn-sh ?''.i':i-iei-,t for tin.' trnnnport 01' llie a*-,'..y. s-aii wiiotlur tlu'v u-.!l tliea ;>e .-,'��:(' '.o i^niviiio the ' r.e. .:-.s8ry snrplios ' ui" t;v'i! aaii war malcii.il:-. ar;' v,i!i>-ir,o-',whU-h opininijs (l!v,;di''l. r-u; tUcro is no doubt jiat ll;c offort? '.^ A'aicvioans Ero iiiakins must lis' I.^K"-.! snrimiisly. Tin' hope of iiii >.\'T'.y ;'o:'�>iuIs OimpsI cr:ti-"P.'y oa IV.o I'iiii icac.y oi our SKbm.nijk- vvfapi'.a." Keviewiiip -."ae tir^-t year of �Ger-iiiany? nithlo.:-s subnuvriae eanipaisn, whioh onils Fe.iuary 1. the Tps;fblatt as.-cTL'i tiial i':o leatra! nowers liave .�li-.'PodeJ ill ( o;;:!'! "'elv ups.ettin{; the i'-'o:io;".ii' l.ie oi ihe eater.TO and adds ih;!t liie !imiaari;ing tlie re.-uits of the un-dprr.ater campaicn yinro February 1, tho Tageblatt claims Ib.e U-boat? have for tlio whole your the loll nmy bo oy lieeled to show nearly 10.000,000 tons, and that the building of new sh.ps by t!ie eutento and nou;ral8 during th'o year will, roplaou only between 2,600,-I'OO ar.d �l,Oi>O.i'0fl tons ot these Kisses. Tlie tiew.jpapov says the monetary -!o s to IJoriiiany's etiomies >\b the re-v, .�;ul! of the year's work by tho IT-boats will rcaeh 55.000,000,000 t.ig\irlng the lali.'e of thii ships at JS.'iO .ner toU jind tho:r rargocS at tho same amount. .Toiin H�nry Holm, a prominent Port Hope clti::on. died suddenly of plouro-pr.eniaunia, at ;!ic ase of 7i. j % : > ? ? ^ ? ? ? ? * ? ? : � > DtSAPPROVES A MUNITION ? DIRECTOR >^ {. ---- � > ? ? WashlngtoH, Jan. 12.-'Establishment of a munitions director-was disapproved today by Secretary ot War Baker in testifying before the senate military tonimittoe, who sntd the reorganization of the war department is virtually similar to the British munitions purchasing system. ;� ing system. ? ?  .-. -. ,;. .;. .;. .;. 9 9 O 9 How soft & fresh & fleecy! Just the vray you �svaot .baby's "woolies" to be. It's been washed with LUX-that daintiest, purest of all soap products. You see, woollens are difiFerent frofn other fabrics- they are especially harmed-.by alkali and by, rub* bing and twisting in the wash. LUX-pure essence of soap in flakes-is the only safe way to wash with, there's no need of rubbing or wringing when you use it. . y LUX really won't shrink woollens-it )does them good. Get a package for yourself and see that YOUR folk's woollens get a long, useful, "scratchless" life. Splii h all good grocers. British majt, ty Lever Brothers Limited Toronto . "28 m OLD TIIRS Only Two Rinks Yet Lined Up To Go to Fernie for District 'Spiel ' - In the seml-Zinal of the. Red'Cross Bonspiel the Merchants bank beat Conybeare, Church, McATthur^ & Davidson by the narrow margin of one j point. It was intendetl to"play/the j final in tha evening," but owing to the I I.O.D.E. entertainment the'-ftnait''is postponed till the beginning of the week, when there will be a grand clash between' the Bank and Ifie'Old-Tlmers rink. In the club competitions, Spalding beat Jack Wales' rink; .McXabb beat Boyd and Reld beat Dr. Leech. For the Crow's Nest distritit bonspiel at Fernie on Monday so far two rinks are complete for the great'event skip-iped by D. D. McNabb and J. S. Klrk-Iham. It is hoped that at least two more rinks will line up before tonight. Outside towns cannot be expected to I come here if Lethbridge cannot come throu.gh In fuller force 'than this'. Fernie is expecting a big crowd and Is all prepared-to give a hearty weictJrae ; to as many rinks as can go from' ftere i and all curling towns in the Pass. 'miimm Trot7.ky Says Only Aim of "the Bolsheyiki is to Obtain a Satisfactory i'eacc^ .. Amstordam, Jan. ii.,-Oeallng with the declarations at tUe previous session by Dr. Von KueUlmann and ^by Count Czernln, Austro-IUingarlWi foreign mlnl^or, respecting tho .failure of Uussia's allies to participate in the negotiations, whlcti succeeded the peace offer of the central powers and resolved the discussion to a question of a separate peace with Russia, M. ^Trotzky said: "W6 are. In full accord with our for; resolution. We desire to continue the peace negotiations quite apart from luo nuestion whether or not ^the eu-, tente powers take'part. t "We note the statement ot the quadruple alliance that the basis for a general feace formulated In their declaration of December 25 Is null and void, as the entente countries In tlte, period of ten days allowed them did not join In the peace negotiations, AVe on our side adhere to the principles of a democratic peace, proclaimed'by us.'' The desire of the Russians to transfer ' the negotiations to neutral soil, M. Trotrky explained, arose from their wish for equally favorable conditions on both sides.: It was decided to hold private deliberations betweeri the delegations of Alistrla-Hungary and Ger--many on the one hand and of Russia on the other.- v-- .  . The delegates ''of Russia, ^ Germany and Austfla-Hunjsary agreed tO' form a committee to\ discuss political and iierrltorlal questions,! and a second cbtiimlttee of etpefts for preliminary discussion of economic and legal questions. . Two Oppoaing Policies London, Jan. \i.-Reports from southern Russia received In Petrograd, according to a Re'uter despatch' from the Russian capital, says thero.are' twb opposing policies umong the leaders of the Don Cossacks.' General:Kaledlnes,' the military leader of the Don Cossacks, who Is supported by a majority' of the trbops and educated classes is described as being adverse to Intervening In Russian .Internal affairs, while determined to oppose to the .utmost ' any Mazlnia.llst aggression against the Don territory. '. On the other hand. .Generals Alexleff, Kornlloff, Denlklne and Ordelll favor making the Don' the'jCcntre of a campaign against golshevlklsm generally. Generals Alexie_ff and Kornlloff are former .commanders in chjlef of the Rnssianarmr- Geii.^^'mnn, recommends It to all members of the cKtholIc Church. Former health Goiriralssloner, Wm. R. Kerr, of ' .. In Quebec. Quebec, Que., Jan. 12.-Quebec la In the grip of a 42 mile an hour gale and drifting'snow. ' - At Ottawa Ottawa, Jan. 12.-A snow 'which commenced at 1 o'clock this mornins^tled up the street car service on several lines and the majority bt the w.brk-ers had to walk to work. In Toronto^' ' r , Toronto, Jan. 12.-This cl^v j,s getting its share of th^ big*'-�9^Qrm. "Canyon Corner," the huge abyss between the C. P. R. and Jloyal," Bank skyscrapers, i.s practically Impassable ATTIIS Crew Wiu Not Ut it Fall Into Huns' Hands-Blow TJiem-selves Up First Niagara,Fails, Ont., Jan.7.-The first experience's to be related Iby a soldier from this country regarding the British tanks is cohtalhed in A letter received from Corp, '^Edward James, a Bertie jtownsblp. man; who enlisted early In the war, aiid-^ho went, overseas with the second:Canadian contingent. He says:- � ' . ' "Life as' one.of the crew of these monsters Is "exciting enough at times, and at other times it is very dull. "The tank crews "are, not called upon to perform such'regular service as are the infantrymen, but we have our dlttl-cultlea. There Is a lot of machinery to keep cleaned and oiled on one of these .monsters, ^and travelling about on But on the ih'n xvnrM'k most notpti nrtppqs hn� " remedy thab has no value-doctors, jif you are not strong or well, you orderef ^lar^e QuantUy sent ?i ^he lawyers,, politicians, atheletes-a great oWe It to yourself to make'the follow-Freach'Foldlers to help give them ' ing test: See how long you can walk strength, power and endurAce. Dr. E. Sauer, a Boston Physician without becoming tired, f^ext take The famous "Cyftlone" Davis, Mem- ^ho>has studied both in this country J^J^^eo tfmea plr day aft^r" mLt^s for ber.of.the 64th United States Con- and great European Medical Instltu- {wo .weX Then test your stre^ gress, says the effect of Nuxated Iron tion, ggj^. -Nuxated Iron Is a wonder- again and - see how much you have on hira was almost magical, that ful remedy. Not long ago a man came gained. Pfter takmg it, nothi-ig seemed to .Irc ,^1,0 nearly halt a century NOTE-Nuxated Iron, . which has hm� f u^. no matter how strenuous It old and asked me to give him a prelim- beeii used by Former United States mlKlit. be. Dr. A. J. Newpai. !nt of CW- i ,vas astonished to find him with the results, and which is prescribed and cago, ftEd former House Surgeon Jef- )^ooA pressure of a boy ot twenty, and rocom'mened above by physicians in fcrson Park Hospital, Chicago, bays as full of vigor, vim and vitality as a such a great variety of dases, is not -Nuxated. Iron has proven through his young man; in fact, a young man he a patent medicine nor secret remedy; o\vn Jcstc of It to excel any prupara- reaDy was, notwithstanding his age. but one -wjiich Is well known to drug-tlon he has ever v--') for creatl-i^ ivl ^ho secVet. ho said, was taking Iron- gists everywhere. Unlike the older In-Mood. building up -h*" rcrves; strf.nsth- ^fuxated Iron had filled him with re- organic Iron products, it is easily as-enlng the musc'es tr.d correctlJ.; ..1- newed life. At 30. he was In bad slmllated, does not injure the teeth, gestlye tiIsordei-3. health; at^46 he 'was careworn and make them black, nor upset, the atom- Dr. Schulycr C. Jaques, Visiting Sur- yearly all in-Aow at 50, after taking ach; on the contrary It Is a most po-Iteon* St.-EliBabeth's Hdspltal^- New--Nuxated.Iron, a-mtraol�~pt-vitallty and. tent remedy .in nearly .all forma, of in-, York, says, he has never before reconi- his face beaming with the buoyancy digestion as well as for horvous;'rifn- ........ ......u.^,. -------J-...- ""-manufacturers Nuxat-forfelt dSty'ndt to mention It. Dr. Ferdinand selves with hatiit-torming drugs, stim- 1100.00 to any charltabM'inatitutlon If King-. New, York Physician and Med- ulants and alcoholic beverages, I im they cannot take any mail or woman leal Author, says that in his recent convinced that in this'way they could uijder sixty who laekis Iron .and in-talks to pbyaicians on the grave and ward off disease, preventing it becom- crease their strength 100 per cent, or serious, consequences of iron def ic- ing organic In thousands of cases, and over In four .weeks time, provided they lency In the blood ot American worn- thereby the lives of thousands might have no serious organic tjrppble. They en he has strongly emphasized tho be saved who now die every year from also offer to refund yoar'miDney if it fact that doctors should prescribe the blood. Thousands of people suffer does not at least doubleijiour strength more organic Iron-Nuxated Iron- from Iron deficiency and do not know and endurance In ten daya* time. It for their weak run-down, nervous, hag-; it." ; t j is dispensed by all good dnigilata. day nightjpr' as deserters! proved to be liable for'service'under the act. Ot the first tliirteen taken in;'only two were taken to/Restna and of the second seven, only dnep rofed a deserter. 380 DEFAUUERS �II PIANO For Soldiers' Families .Nlessrs. A. M. Grace,.A. M. Crlgg, A. Raworth, J, B. Turney, H.W.; Crawford,; E..C. Gullbnult, Thos. Quinn, O. B. Edgeitand I;. .W. Clark, haye presented'ii Grand Piano to the Veterans here for the benefit of the soldiers' families. This will be laffled'eff. TICKETS $1.00 Ihe8evi^ay';be j^o^urejlTj^from the two Chapters of the i,-O. D, Eh ,' th^i Next-of-Kln and the Veterans. ' t away from the corner and peUpstrlans ta-oss ai itUoir^ovvjji ripk.'>vhich Is great owing to. the .fearful) velocity of the wind. The coalis'ltuatloi'. Is very serious. In Montreal Montreal,, Jan. 12.-Six'ondNt half inches ot snow fell in the storm which i_ started about two'/b'clocK this morn-^; ing. It was accompanied by a south to southwest wind of 18 "miles velocity which quickly piled the snow uiMnto'l drifts'ot a considerable deptli SIOLEflilARE SO Ii FARMERS Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 12.-Arrest of Minneapolis men and recovery of 184 automoblle.'S stolen from this city>^iirlne tho past few months' -Is !\npounccd here today by deputy sheriffs 'who liave been investigating ftU-tomobtle thefts. Information which will load to the recovery of more than 100 additional machines has been obtained, according to the authorities. After the-.mauhlnos were stolen the sheriffs say they were sent t agents of the'tlieft gang In various cities of Minnesota," North; and South Dakota and sold to farmers and townspeople. Vulcan board of 1 trade wants-the C >P. R. to increase the waiting room .accommoda,tion at' the'station there, Reglna, Jan, 12.-^Three hundred and eighty Saskatchewan tnen, de- faulters, 'or 'deserter^-Vnder. the military .'ae.rvlce a'dtv ha'v.e.' surrendered thepsely,e.3"br. beeii, delivered  Into military custody r, to. date, according to Information ^^iveif'dfutjli'er'e, today.. \Ot that number'31(J'haye'.''clalraed exemption through the officer commanding. 306 were glyen'conditional leave. '� . -.Only Three Eligible Moose Jaw, ,Jan. 12.-Only throe men of the twenty rqunded up by,the local police oh Wednesday and Thurs- Rev. W. A. Bremner,.|i|iiMtor of. tho Alma (Street Presbytartaii'church, St. Thomas, on (ho eve oit Ua^!departure for Oobourg was preseitteA^irlth a purse of gold. ,J^''',, fnr jinirthini!- hiif nniir-pmpn Htifi itroBt' ^^^^ Is rather slow work. BUt On tne ca;s'�'llt"fther rehX'"are" wSd �n .the several engagements I have taken part where ouc tanU Wfs used, we found things veiy^^excitihg. It is the .most peculiar feeling.Iji ,t)}^ world to get fn one of these big :mbv-Ing forts, ,aii|l!^khow that you are golng^j to take part^ri a scrimmage. While you have it'.on'vthe Hun in that you are W9Tklng a pUery behind a thick wall of steel; you .jinpw also that one well'-dlrected shot fired wtthta sufficiently big shell In- the right place may end the w-bole thlhgt On the other hand, shells that;bpther the Infantry fall ott the sides; of' our tough old steed' like 'B B.' shoti^from an elephant's bide. Ot course, Ifthere is any''chance of. our falUnir Into the hands of the Huns bur orders, 1 (guess,/ are pretty well' known. Buttlce to say that we do not let/our tank'fall Into his hands �o long-as we'have anytl^ing left inside of it in theiUAeot exploatves-get me? , There Is no different feeling inside otj a tankiWh'ehiit'is moving over bumps j than therbvis'-on boar4,a,\ihip,' -The tank's mption is about tlie �Bme;1t6 the man inside^when it is moving oh'level ground as 'when it is blimbing something, The bad weather doesn't bother a, tank rreW'any,-outside of doing repair work.on the tank wlthonJt,'';'_: CALtS Vvil-SpN HYFOei^lTK i'etrograd..:;ian. i2.-rThe Bolshevlkl, newspaper ^Eravda, In commentlnr on President, Wilson's addreia :to congress, deac^lbes the president, as the head of a r�k>aclo\)s Anerloan Imperialism ai(4;.'as: ,the greatait hyBocrite history h�a over known.. ......-... wv-v.v.. V..V.O, Right livvl''^oWi^P^\jm employ a ntghfinan -and'put'ln ^ tele^ Catholic Bialiop'bt'moi^ phone. - � .r. yeara, la'dead. '5^^ Y^^^ health, your comfort and your economy for the conliiiig months wtDjif-* pend.upon^n efficient healing equipment in your home. With coal stMii^ increaiinf in price, the proper ;heatmg apparatus will play an important part in your economy budget  A furnaee or belter that dellvera the maximum heat unite out of your coal aupply ean aave y�u many ' riel|ars In eeal bllla and doctor bills. First aeonomy la always the best. :  Y l-�t ui| examine your furnaee erbollsr new. Probably with a email repair expenae It can be.maiie ' thereuahly effielent. Or, if you need a new equipment letiua eatlmate on inatallino It for you, WeiwiH / \ ahew the meat modem and improved heating ayateme produced~e)jeh ae cenaume a mtdimuni s* ioal ' ' and furniah an evenly dUtrlbuted eaaily ragulated heat,(hreugheut the heuee. - WALKER & KOLBERTON 40 49941995 ;