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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V'^PNRSrAY, JANUARY 10 1018 v THE LETHBIUDGE I)AIL\ HEP-* PA (in SKVEN U. S. SHOW CA ILLAUX'S TREACH Washington, Jan. JtS.-Following Is struggle for existence on the part, ilio text of the message sent by Bern-; England. Although lie spoke much utorll to Horlln regarding. Calllaux: it Ihwnoa Aires telegraphed tho fol- of 'the" indiscretions and clumpy policy' of Uio Wllhc-lmstraBso and professed lowing: Cnilhinx hd loft liuunon Aires I1" J����T '.'� 0�i-nian_Hti;ocltlis�, ho Iuh lifter :i short stay and la going direct to Franco evidently on account of the (group nndociphcrablo) scandal which lie regards as u personal attack upon himself. Ho apookfi contemptuously of the president and tho rest of the French government with tho exception, of IJrlaud. Mo sees through tho policy of Kngland perfectly. Ho does not anticipate tho complete overthrow of Kronec. Ho sees in tho war now a The Time to Save Your Hair is Now OOINOI G6NE MI m utc m mmn* NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE ii the one remedy on your druggist's shelves which may always be depended upon. Instead of complaining to your friends and mourning over your loss of hair, call upon your local druggist and purchase a bottle of NKWBRO'S HERPICIDE. It is the first and original germ remedy for dandruff, stops itching and checks falling hair. You can save the hair you have much easier than you can grow new. The time to Bave your hair is now. The remedy for doing it is NEW-BUO'S HERPICIDE. Applications may be obtained at the best barber shops and hair dressing parlors. It is guaranteed by The Hcrptcidc Co. Sold everywhere. J. D. SPECIAL AGENTS, Hlginbotham & Co., Ltd. in essentials changed his political orientation. CailJaux welcomed Indirect oourtcslea from ma hut emphasized the extreme caution which ha 1h ohlimid to show as the French govornmenl., lie aaid, had watchod oven hero. "Ho warns us against the cxcn-jslvo praise beatowod upon him by our pap-fu*B, especially tho Neuo Frio J'ri'ssn and desired on tho other hand that tho Mediterranean and Morocco agreements should be adversely crticized. Our praise injures \hls position in France. Caillaux'a reception hero was cool. His report about Brazil had nothing new. On his return to Franco he will begin to reside In his own constituency. Ho foars Parla and tho fate of Jaures* (Signed) "Beraetorff." Another message which Count Bern-storff had forwarded was from Havana as follows: "Tol, Rio Do Janeiro, telegraphs steamer Araguaya left Buenos Aires January 30* Tho captain is carrying Important papers. Capture very desirable. Calllaux is on board. In case 1 of capture Caillaux should in an unobtrusive way ho treated with courtesy and consideration. Can you inform our cruisers? (Signed) "Ucrnstorff." The instruction of the German censorship to the German pres9 on Juno 16, 1017, follows:.' * "For political reasons, it is urgently requested that nothing he written about the former French premier, Calllaux, and that his name he not mentioned under any circumstances." This correspondence,'-although, no official announcement to that effect is (available, is made public by arrangements with the French government which desired its exposure. Calllaux now is waiting trial in France for treason on revelations developed by the celebrated Bolo Pasha case. FELT LIKE filer Taking Only One Box 01 "FrtiU-tives" Eaot Snip Harboub, N. S. "It is with great pleasure that I write to tell you of the wonderful benefits 1 have received from taking "Fruit-a-tives". For years, I was a dreadful uflerer from Constipation and Head' ac/ierst and 1 was miserable in every way. Nothing in tho way of medicines seemed to help me. Then .1 finally tried "Fruit-a-tives" and the effect was splendid. After taking one box, I feel like a new person, to have relief from those sickening Headaches", Mrs. MAUTIIA DEWOLFE. 50c. a box, 6 for |2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or seat postpaid by Fruifr ,-lives Limited, '"'Uavv*. LADI PHONE 1224 S name Thi & can - your guarantee of "Coffee Satisfaction FJ Miss N. \V. Phillips and Miss F. (J. Phillips have returned after two months spent In ea.s:.':ni Canada and New York.  *  The annual meeting of the Women's Civic club will take place next. Tuesday afternoon, tho time and place to he announced later. Mtb. James Drysd�le has returned from Winnipeg after spend sag a vacation with her daughter, Mrs. S. Knoul- ton, nee Hettie Drysdale.   * The friends of Airs. rc. A. Sharman There will be no meeting r,f the Ncxt-of-Kin in the Y.M.c.A. tn.ii-ht. The meeting will be held Fr.day iii/:it at 7:30 in the Moose hall. Miss Cook of ..the Xursing Mission returned yesterday from an cxiendud stay in Rochester, Minnesota, where she has been for some timo on J he staff of the Mayo Bros, hospital. a a * Their Excellencies the Duko and Duchess of Devonshire are spending a week in New York and Washington, and will visit their daughter, l,;idy Maud Mackintosh, and Captain Mac- Every lover of delicious rcfle-i rknuld have our booklet, "Perfect C Perfecdy Mude". Write for ti copy. CHASE & SANBOJIN, MONTREAL i ! who is at present in Vancouver, will be kintosh before returning home. Col. ( Like t Our Milk and thrive on it It is so Rich and Nourishing* Give your little one lots of it every day. Nothing else will do him as much good.- How much shall wo send you? Amsterdam," Jan. 1G.-Frankfort has followed the example of Jenard and Mannheim and has refused a hearing to the fatherland party, according to German advices today. As soon as tho chairman of a big meeting that had been called in Frankfort mentioned the Fatherland party a tumult broke out and rioting followed. The police finally had to disperse the meeting. Crystal, Dairy Limited S*�rjr y�ar from Consumption, Millions could hare been saved if only common lenie prevention had been used in the first stage.. If TOU AliE a Sufferer from Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Fleuriay, Weak LunSs. cough and Colds-all Diseases leading up to Consumption-Tuberculosis, YOU ARE interested in Dr. Strandgard'e T. B. Medicine. Write for Testimonials and Booklet. X>�. STUiVNDGAHD'S MEDICINE OO, London, Jan. 15.-German newspapers, in referring to the Anglo-American messlices against submarines, indicate that the employment of the depth charges is being really increased and 'perfected since the American destroyers arrived in European waters. In the oltl days the destroyer was content to drop two or three depth charges in the vicinity where the submarine was last seen, but now, according to the German accounts, it Is not unusual ta find the destroyers persisting in the business of dropping depth bombs until after as many as 40 have been exploded, thus covering a large area where the submarine is likely to be hiding. "The Germans admit that this is a very unpleasant business for the operators of the U-boats." Thus the Nord Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung contains the following experience of a U-boat man in the water patrolled by the American destroyers: "One of the submarines 'shot a heavily laden. steamer of 5,000 tons out of a convoy., A violent enemy counter attack followed. The destroyer left tho convoy and followed the submarine and in the course of a few minutes dropped 39 water bombs around the spot where the U-boat was supposed to be submerged. Luckily they failed to hit her and our U-boat escaped un-scatched. "The same submarine was previously followed by two airplanes from midday until evening and pelted with 24 bombs, but escaped." The same newspaper. contains an account of a submarine cruiser which had a narrow escape from destruction in the explosion of a munitions ship which she torpedoed from close range. The steamer, runs the account, blew up "with a terrific detonation; wrap-j ped lu a column of flame and the next ' second the flames disappeared and the steamer was gone." The force of the explosion upset the gJad to know that she has iett the hospital and is Improving a little.    The Protheon class of Wesley church will meet tonight at 7:30 prompt to sew for the lied Cross and discuss the new play. All the members are asked to be present.    The Sir Alexander Gait chapter I.O. O.K. will hold their regular monthly meeting tomorrow f Thursday) at 3 p.m. in tho Masonic hall. This Is nomination meeting and ail members are requested to be present. The Live Wire class of the United church'of North Lethbridge will meet Harold Henderson, Captain Buckley .Johnston and Captain Ridley are  in attendance.-Toronto News.  *  The Dominion Rebekah Lodge held a dance in the K. P. hall on Monday, Jan. 14thf which proved sto be very successful. Mr. McCallum acted as master of ceremoniea and the music was furnished by Miss Arnold's orchestra. Supper was served at midnight and dancing was indulged in until 2 a.m., after which cars went all round the city. * * * An informal luncheon was given on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. P. Roy by the Art Needle- Dec N II UKRAINE REPUBLIC at the home of Miss A. Matson. 520 ; work club in,honor of the retiring of-12th St. C. N., tomorrow evening at i fleers. Mrs. D. A. Simpson, president, �7.30. tend. All members requested to at- Miss Connelly of William Creek, and Mrs. D. S. Williamson, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. J. D. Ross, the newly elected president, presented them each with a bunch of carnations, " i> in a � 0 was married on Monday at Macleod i neat little speech, expressed the to Norman Grier, farmer, of Grier Bro-' thanks of the members for their work Arrangements are now being completed for the Red Cross drive which starts on Tuesday next for the purpose of raising at least $25,-000 in the city of Lethbridge. D. E. Harris has kindly loaned his offices next to the Alexandra hotel for use of the campaign teams which are now being appointed. It is estimated thaVat least $25,-000 will be required for the work of the Lcthbridne society during the coming year, for the society uses more than $2000 worth of material each month in this great work. It to the duty of every citizen to matte a co.-iwribution to this great cause. Lon-'on, Jan. 15.-France hn^ loaned the Vkr-.dne 2.0(KUiO(> roubles in gold, according to a dispatch from tlie; Ortega correspondent of the Times dated Fr'day. The French mint also ban printed a targe quantity oC Ukraine paper money. General Vinnicheuko. president of the VUra'ne secretarial, it is added, in the tour.-o of a long report to tho Ttada, declared thai Great Britain. Frame, the United States, Belgium and Rumania were interested greatly In the organization of the Ukraine republic (. .-Tho Jewish correspondents' bureau learns from Berlin that the Polish ministers of justice and social affairs have conferred with Jewish 'leaders and members' of municipal councils regarding tho settlement of the Jewish question in Poland. The' Jews told the ministers that there must, be more than a statement by the premier promising freedom and justice. It was absolutely necessary that special laws affecting Jews should be abolished as Jews in Russia had been emancipated by the revolution. Expulsion of Jews from villages must cease. Jewish quarters in the markets must, be abolished as well as the double tax for hospitals which is demanded of Jews. The ministers replied that the emigration of Jews from Poland seemed to be desirable and asked the'leaders whether they would co-operate in such an object. \ m Moment "Pape's Diapepsln" Reaches the Sumach All Distress $oes. A & .;. ? ? > 4 O * * * HAD A FIT WHEN EXEMPTION REFUSED Sherbrooke, Que., Jan. 16.- When exemption was refused J. E. Richard, Coatlcook, by the appeal court judges- today he fell tp the floor in a fit. He was unconscious for two hours. As Executor of John F. Ross Estate, the Undersigned offer for sale, above Ranch, comprising 1600 freehold property, 7 mllcn North of Lundbreck, Alberta. Property all fenced and croasfenced, well watered by Cfow Creek which runs three miles on place. 80 acres in Timothy, 80 in Western Rye Grass, 20 in Alfalfa, 140 acres. 140 acres plowed ready for crop. Forest Reserve clo3C to Ranch, where practically free pasturage can be secured. Large 8 room stone house, with bathroom and furnace. Large barn for 14 head of horses, harness room, chicken house, wagon shed, completely equipped for handling of cattle, including caoe cement dipping vat; specially constructed sheds and corrals for wintering calves, land all level, telephone In houao. Complete line of fnrnv machinery, about 250 bead cattle and 25 head horses. To be sold as going concern. BJXBY-SEAR � On Monday evening, Jan. 14th at St. Cyprian's church, Rev, Canon Mc-Milien officiating. Doris M. Sear, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sear of v I this city, was united in marriage to y'W. E. Bixby of Kremlin, Mont. The bride, who was given away hv ho* 'i. ther, was attended by her sister Winnie, and the groom s urouiti, cey Bixby was groomsman. Mrs. Bixby has been for some time employed in the C. P. R. telegraph office here, and the good wishes of many friends and acquaintances follow her in her new sphere. Mr. and Mrs. Bixby left v ? a ? BLIZZARD AT HALIFAX Halifax, N. S.( Jan. 16.-The entire district grappled with a blizzard last night. Trains were cancelled while others pulled in lntr- delayed by, the fall of n:ne in / js of snow that fell within the short time of four hours. A A �* C* v A A 4* ** A *S* a ? ? Previously reported missing, now reported kilted-Pte. John Houston, Blairmore. . Wounded-Pte. Wilfrid Hig-gins, Leuhbridge, next of kin, Craighurst, On:. a A v A A A A A ? a v v entirely cured in* of all my backacha ana! hfts strengthened my kidnpv-r bo I feal laf* iu rocommendint; it t* others who miffer."-� Mr*. C. A. Clarko, $qx 1170. Toranto, OnL-"Per the lattt eight yeara t baTe, Buffered with kidney trouhlo at)d rbeu* mntWm. It began with pains in my back and �nal!$- left mr back tnd wont down into tfca foot. It developed into a chronic cave. I tried every medicine I could hear of and eon* keoi on fudle.I sumo good '1 acton, but utiU i u*p ButTering. About ft year n^o a friend adriaeA me to give Anuric a trial, and am happy ti cuy I am today n well man-ncm fa#l any traces of nAy tulment no matter what th* wither conditions may be. Anufle fa a real kMney medicine .In avary aeua*."-I. V, Garrison, 5 Matilda Strut. Ottawa, Jan. 16.--The following official statement was given out this morning by the Military Hospitals Commission". "Provincial institutions will be entrusted with the care of the members of the C. E. P. returned to Canada suffering from insanity, but the Dominion government will pay for their maintenance. This decision was reached at the conference of the Military Hospitals Commission, the board of pensions commissioners, and the repre Hientatives of the provincial governments. "Heretofore the Military Hospitals Commission and the board of pensions commissioners have paid a flat rate in hospitals for the insane for the 350 men suffer ng in varying degrees from mental ailments. By the new arrangement they will pay provincial institutions for their maintenance and in addition Sir James Loughejd on behalf of the governmer.it agreed to pay an extra allowance per capita which sum will be directed to tho equipment and ma'fitenance of the buildings. "Over fifty per cent of those now #ceiving treatment in institutions had suffered from mental diseases before they enlisted and eventually would have become public charges in the ordinary course of events." \ SPECIAL for TOM OR R O W Easy to Make This " Pipe Cough Remedy r Thr.Tttantta ttt families bwpst by Ita . pmniiit results. Intipeaalvc, T and eorce about 93. You know that pine is used in nearly all 7>reacriptions and' remedies for cousrhs. The reason is that pine contains several peculiar elements that have a remarkable efFcot iu soothing and healim? the membranes of the throat and chest. Pine cough syrups arc combinations of pine and syrup. 'Iho "syrup" is usually plain rrnnulatod sugar syrup. Nothing better, but why buy itt You can easily make it vnurself m five minutri. To make the best pine couch retrtedr that money can buy, put ounces of.Pincac (50 cents worth) in a 10-oz. bottle, and fill up with homemade eugnr syrup. This Rives you 10 ounces -more than you enn buy ready-made for 32.50. It Is pure, good and v< pleasant-children take it eagerly. You can feel this take hold of a coush or cold in a way that means business. The cough way be dryf hoarse and tijiht, or may be persistently loose from, the formation of nhk'jrm* Tho cause is the same- inflamed membranes-and this Pincx and syrup combination will etop it-usually in �4 hours or less. Splendid, too, for bronchial asthma, hoarseness, or aay ordinary throat ailment. Pine* is a highly; concentrated compound of Norway nine extract, famous the world over for its prompt results. n ------ * ' "" tea. .Ask your nces of Pincn" __ ..^n't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money refunded. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Oat. VANILLA Regular per dozen 25c s. very THURSDAY SPECIAL dozen for o KBY&Co. 606 Third Avenue S. ;