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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANU.UJY TUB LKTimiUDGK DAILY I1KIUI-D PAGE FIVE 1LMEALL SIWE CHICAGO, Jan. 24 hours and possibly eooner the United States will probably teen voted dry fay action of tha legislatures of 36 states, which constitute the 75 per cent, neces- sary to read prohibition into the constitution. Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon 34 states had ratified the amendment. The states which ratified today were Colorado, Iowa, Oregon and New Hampshire. 1WE UKGKS HIS PEOPLE TO COMPLY QUEBEC, Jan. Bene- dict is to use all his influence with Catholics the world over to have them accept and loyally carry out all decisions that may be arrived at by the peace con- ference. In a nddresssd to the world, a copy of which has been received by Cardinal Begin, the pope deals with the coming ptace and enjoins all Catholics to pray that the delegates to tht conference msy be enlightened from on high. REFUSED TO SURRENDER LONDON, Jan. revolu- tionist forces at Santarem, north- east of Lisbon, Iinvtng refused 1o surrender, the government troops have surrounded the town and commenced a bombardment, ac- cording to a wireless dispatch from Lisbon dated today. lOWFEB.] OTTAWA, Jan. of duty on farm tractors under in value ceases on February 7, unless the order In-councit granting the remission further extended. The question of ex- tension has been given some con- sideration, and, It Is expected, will be officially before the govern- ment in a few days. U is under- stood that the Canadian Manufac- turers' Association is making ar- rangements to send a to Ottawa on the subject. NEW HOMESTEAD MAP two sterlings. such nient. There lias been m preparation fo; owe litnc in tiie office ot tho aaUirA erourcea intwlURtnce branch, Iiidicale clearly the Oi-sposition ot Lhe whole. The various colors ranre- sunt bmls Tinnlly of, lands entered lor bul not patented, forest timber Rraiing leases, Dominloa parks and 'loilian reserves also tho boundaries ot Dominion land agencies and the location of the dit- fercnl laud olfices. In addHiou to the information al- ready feforred to, there ore one or new features included In Iho n v.'b'.ch are especially worthy ol note. A light hull denotes the lands which have been reserved exclusive- ly lor settlement by returned soldiers. These which may become available for Iho same purpose as a result ol cancellation ot abandonment are in dicatcil by a red halched line. Ijerson3 desiring a copy of tho ma; should make application to tSib suner intendcmt of the resources in telligence branch, department ot Hit iuterior, Ottawa. "Fralt-a-tlws" Alone Gave Him Quick Reliei liuckmgham, Que., May 3rd, 1915. "For seven years, Isu fl'c red terribly from Sj-ctero and tion. I ha-1 yas from ilift stomacli, audl had chrome t'ouilipi- lioa. 1 trU-d many rcaicdiei but notljicg dJJ mo gooJ. a friend ajiisttt I took 'this grand fruit meJidno end it made me well. To evcryouG who has miserable healtli tiouaaJ Imiigf-iiLOnaiiJilad-i'.oTnach, 1 Kiy take jou will get .ALBERT VAItXKU. Me. a for A t deal os t paid by fruits- lives Limited, Ottawa, Qnt- iiuuibt-r oi Idle "building traUt-.; in'-n tiuiietl liavo ht-eu ahle lo earn duiitig tliis Usl and c-jii'.lUiur.i wLH gel worse- for some time. Tlio hoys- ing scheme ft workvl out rigM i.-ciyVljiu his giri'tuty relieve i-undiiion-i; why uoi a gbverniueiil Juan with uf- tice at ol the fcsu-rnriH-ru build- iuKf, louni'.io on a '.3 or 70 cc-ut busid of valuation, ;il IH.T ct-ut., oil a lo the borrosver baa already put tin: file, lul-or ray in oiiu-r new musical prcgraiLt. liit; HIH coiiK-s to the Cot-JiiUl un Knday and Saturday rlili v.vek .-iiccess, "Tlie i vlikii Hurt Is seen as -A Madiitttu l' llie relieve the housing situation able people to pull oul of the in today, 'i'he gov build t-iituineut hoi cs, as have been jjlitn wortablo, and ail L-uulil bo done from ihi- otfLtv. The Urtie is ripe for imun.-ilule ncMon. TrubtinE you will s-jiict for leiv ri'inarks-, W. J. WILLIAMS. 1211 AVO, Her of vilikh t iii a product kill (it-rtrmte Attior- iiuh siMH-iat I'e- A GREAT RECORD People's Forum tin1 ens', heiulnj by tUga I'otrova. i s found 1 toch fl if it- Ko U ct ivel i Known to niovu' Ihrougbnut tlio ruwitry, and lulinson, porhaps oue of best film iitayors iu Iht- wurUl. not Itiiit, "TJie L.u hui'ii phoio- broiled Harry U. for ihfi rauit-'iu work in Hti'en'l Hi tlii? other Potrova pru'i'JC'- 111.11 j, 11 jii'Vi no w Itnlgc il i a Lo en'.: in his merry mix-up. Communications unier tbij must bear tUo signatures writers. heading ot iho "LEST WE AT THE MAJKSTK'. U-arli ctf flic th or t.iiltHii. lo Lu jspntcil al tho Thwtue three iby.s starting iH'.M Moni-iy, Jan. inaitguraics u nc-vv announces that on Jan. 13 the total musl subscriptions to national war bonds since their inauguration, Oct. 1. 1917, liacl rencbeii aml.imsseil It says the attaining of snre is an unique aebicve- PETERSON VERY ILL iMONTUBAL, .Inn. condi- tion c-f Sir Wilfrid Peterson, print.- jwl of McGlll University, today is not so EUtis'faclory. Tlis patient, who is at the Royal Victoria. Hospital, fol- lowing a stroke of paralysis, spent a fair night, -but some fever has ne- vc-lopeil and his pulse Is very rapid. Hii is conscious, however, and no im- mediate danger is fearcil. The series of frosts beginning on Christmas night resulted in reducing the prospective citrus, crop in south- ern California' io 15 per lenL below normal. George Gecler. a wa.i Instantly killed by a snoivplow a terrific' storm on his beat near Harriston. ions "lag days" urn! Victory Loans. _ We "aisnot afford lo stol> >low' wc Eccms inseparably wedded to the job and get right tho San Carlo forces, anil the list of on ihe most vital question ot the leading singers would scarcely scent: day' and decide upon what form' of a complete without Win. He has been memorial the City of Lethljriilge anil singled out and written atom. Ijy emi-j Le.'libriase district will provide. I neat critics as the world's greatest, have had several character wherein he be-; vi? The Library, Statue of a Canadian tcamo famous while singing in Soldier, Drinking Fountain, Aretes where he is also a prime favorite with named after the different branches of .opera lovers. Array anil Navy Service placed at tho Friday night's production oi .'T entrances (Jardcus; War Or-; Antola will sing his world- jjhens Home, Club for Veterans, Com- famous character of "Tonio1' (.lie inuclty Kail, and a fund to be used a character in which eminent for the assistance of veterans. j critics have stated he is well-nigh in- In selecting the form of a memorial jcomrarable, one must be careful anil not let theij' own desires confuse with commem- oration. Let us make this comuiem- orato the names of our dead heroes and a benefit to the living ones. "Let the memorial he memorial f, ,J. f, AT THE .COLONIAL. for the soldiers Another Bliiebinl picture at the Colonial loniE'nt. In accord with the and not something pulley the Colonial Theatre, tonlglit else FleoUvood. jnj "Thursday nights will he "Blue- "The name Carnegie engraved in nigbts. Devotees of the films stouc would tower over our Roll ot recognize in the Bluebird photoplays Honor before the homestead dollars tlic ,test offerings it is possible would bo allowed to mix with those to u.isll tor [or tonight be beautiful Carmel Myers in heirlatest success. "A Society Sensa- "Wc. now have soldiers reluming Beautiful sea. scenes, taken ou and it is our duty to sec that they are pacific ocean, mark the given all possible whirl, is one of the most of decent Letlibridge Sage re Carnegie Library, grant. Pape's Diapepsin at Once -Ends Sourness, Acidity, Indigestion. Thio'l slay upset! When uicala rlon't fit and yon belch gas, acids and undigested food. When yon foci lumps of Indigestion pain, flatuence, heart- burti or headache you can get instant relief. THANKS FROM SOLDIERS AT SANITARIUM tio Vape' fmt you on your feet.' As .soon as you cat one of those pleasant, tablets all the Indigestion, gases, ncid ity anil stomach dialresa ends. Your druggist sells CONVENTION OF THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 16 AND 17 Tlie Convention is an one. Bvcry liberal, man and wuniiin, Is Invited to attend. ALEX. AtLAN, .Preildenl. people oi Ixuhluldgo we all would llku to thank. For all your thoughtful kindness, to the- patients here at Frank: This Xmas. you Uavo marie tor us, a bright, and morry one, And we really can't rinl into tlie things that you have