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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^nNESpAY, MNUARV'1 C ' 1918 THK LETHBHinGE DAILY IlEn->*v Waamngtou, Jan. l(J.-Following Is struggle lor �l9tonoo 0!} the part o� the text of the meBsage sotit by Berp- Kngland. AUhough he-'Bljoke much ot utorff- to Berlin regafainB, CulUau*! tho 'indlBcrotirinH and fetumny nollcv' "Buonoa Aires telegrapliort tho fol lowing: Calllaux harf left BtionosAlfes Bfter a short stay and Is going direct to liYanoe evidently on account ot the the 'IndlBcrotldna and felumny policy of tho WllholmstraBse atid, professed to ))ellevp. In Oerhian atfocltlolif )io has In oasentlala changed his political orientation. CoHIaux welcomed indirect to liYanoo evidently on account ot the 1 omanon. uomaux woicomen nii roci (group nndeclphorable) scandal whloh me but tho he regarda as a jieraonal nltacU upon ox'romo caution which lie 1� obliged to himself. ,Ho3poaks contemptuously show as; tho. HVench goyernment, he himself ot the French ,_......... ____^____,_____, of Briahd. He s6oa through the policy of Bhgland perte'ctly. He does not anticipate the completo overthrow of franco. Ho sees In tho war now a __.,liero Inst the excoaslvo ______-______j Ulm by our papers, eapecldlly tho Neuo i'rlo Presao and desired on tho oUier hand that tho Mediterranean and Morocco agroe-raenta abould be ftdvorsoly crtlclzod. Our praise injure* position In France. Calll�ux*s reception hero was _ I cool. His report aliout Brazil had �^ 11   %t / I nothing new. > On his return to U'ranco Your Hail* is NilW win begin to restde'tn his own con-�vut AKCUl ! IWW gtltuenoy. Ho faara Pari* and tho fate The Time to Save NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE M the one remedy on your druggist's shelves which may always be depended upon. Instoaa of complaining to your friends and mourning over your loss of hair, call upon your local druRgist and jDurehase a bottle of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. It is the fir&t and original germ remedy for dandruff,, stops itching and checks falling hair. ' 7,: riiUoi North of Lundbre�k, Alberta. Property all fenced and crossfenpedi .well |.> watered by fcov* Creek which runs'three irtil�st on place. 80 acres in \(:. Timothy. 8P jK Western Rye Oralis, 20 In Alfa|fa, 140 acres. 140 acres plowed'ready for crop. Forest Rpserve ctoae to Rfinoh, where practie. ally free pasturage can he seeiired- Largo 8 room atone house, with bathroom and furnace. Large barn for 14 head of horses, harneis room, chlckon house,'wagon shed, completely equipped for hanfling of ''.cattle, (hcludlngcaBe cement dipping vat; specially coristruetod sheds and corral^ for wintering calves, land all level, telephone In house. . Complete line of farm machinery, about 250 head, cattle t^nd 25 head horses. To be sold as going concern. 3- - FOR PRICE AND TERMS APPLY TO The Trusts & Guarantee Compahy Limited , CALGARY AND LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA . 806 leSUBSHAVE EXCIIG TIMES Uondon, Jan. 15.--German newspapers, in referring to the Anglo-American messuMS 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 olta days tho destroyer was content to drop two or three depth charges In the vicinity where the submarine was last seen, but now, ac-cordliig to the German accounts, it ia not unusual to find the destroyers poralating 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 biding. "The Germiins admit that this is a very unpleasant bu'siness 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 conyoyJ/A' violent enemy coitn-tor attlick followed. The destroyer-left the convoy and followed'the submarine and in the. course of a few minutes dropped 39 water" bombs around the spot whore the U-boat was supposed to be submerged. Luckily they failed to hit her and our U-boat escaped un- scatched..... "The aame submarine was previously followed by two airplanes-from midday until evening and pelted with %1i bombs, but escaped." The same newspaper. contains an account of a submarine cruiser which had al narrow escape from destruction in the explosion of a' munitions ship which she torpedoed from close range. The steamer, ^i-uns the iiccount, blew up "wltli a terrific detopatiori; wrapped In a column of flame and the next second . the flames disappeared and the steamer was gone." > \ did other damage, but the crew, finally  succeeded In effecting repairs so that the U-boat managed to get Into port. >, HAD A FIT WHEN ^ EXEMPTION REFUSED � Mlaa N. W. Phillips and Mia* P. O. PhilUpa have retuinnd after two months spent in eaatcrn Canada and Now York. � '�  Tho annual meeting of tho Wonion's Civic club will take place next Tuesday afternoon, tho time and place to be announced later. , '�  Mrs. Jameo Drysilalo has returned from Winnipeg after apondlng a vacation With her daughter, Mra. S. Knoui-ton, nee Hettle Orysdale.  -  � Tho friends of Mrs. E, A. Sharman who ia at present.In Vancouver, will be glad to knciw that �ho has loft the hospital and Is Improving a little. The Protheon class of Wesley church will meet tonight at 7:30 prompt to sew for tho Red Cross and discuss the new play. All the mem-bars ar� asked to be present. * ' * * The Sir Alexander Gait chapter I.O. O.E. will hold tWelr regular monthly meeting tomorrow (Thursday) at 3 p.mi in tho Masonic hall. This Is nomination meeting and all members are requested to be present.  -a  The Live Wire class of tho United church of North Lethbrldge will meet at the home 'of Miss A. Matson, 520 12th St. C. N., tomorrow evening at 7.30. All members requested to attend. �   Miss Connelly, of William Creek, was married ore. Monday at Macleod to Noi-man Grlerj farmer, of Grier Bro Thord will bo no moetlns of thn Noxt-of-Kin in the Y.M.C.A. lonlghi. The meeting will be held Fnday nigUt at 7:30 in the Moose hall. ' � ,�  Miss Cook of J;he Nursing Mlaslon returned yesterday from an extendnd stay in Rochester, MlnnoBOla. whcro she has been for aome time on tlie staff of the Mayo Bros, hospital. .�  Their Bxoellenclos tho Duke and Duchess of Devonshire are spending a week In New York and Waahinglon, and will visit their daughter, lyady Maud Mackintosh, and Captain Mackintosh before returning homo. Col. Harold Henderson, Captain Buckley .lohnston and Captain Ridley are ' In attendance.-Toronto News, * * * The Dominion Rebekah Lodgo held a dance in the K. P. hall on Monday, Jan. 14th, which proved ^to be very successful. Mr.. McCallum acted aa master ot ceremonies and tho music wais furnished .by Mlsa Arnold's orchestra.^ Supper waa 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 tho homo of Mrs. W. P. Roy by the Art Needlework club in,honor of the retiring officers. Mrs. D. a' Simpson, president, and Mrs. D, S. Williamson, aocretary-treasurer. Mrs. J. p. Rosa, tho newly elected president,'presented them each with a bunch of .carnatlona, "n> In a neat lUtle speech, expressed the thanks of the iriembers for their work 10 rvoi-man urierj larmer, oi urier Bro- "lanxs oi me memners tor their work thers, William Creek. They left on i during the past year. The remainder the 5.30 C.P.R. train amidst a shower of rice,'shoes, etc., and the good wishes of their many friends.   � The young ladiea of the Baptist church met last evcjilng to organise a Y.W.A., and following a delicious banquet at 6 o'clock, dIscuBBod plans and of the afternoon' was spent with the knitting peedlcs. ,.,* The annual meeting of St; Mary's W,A. was held Mohday at 3 p.m. The accounts fbr the past year were read and adopted and the affairs ot the or-Banlsatl6n Were found to be in a very In"; This name & can - your guarantee ol''Coffee SaiisfacUori" J, 1 ind 2 pound M�l�i tins -�Iso for PereolntorJ. 193 Ev�ty lover of c)�t!e!our co(|e� sitoulj h�vo our booklet, "Perfect Coffee Perfectly Made", Write for a copy. CHASE & SANBORN, MONTI^EAL GEI READY FOR BIC RED CROSS DRIVE Arranoements are now being completed tor tho Red Cross drive wiilch starts on Tuesday next for the purpose of raising at least $25,-OOO in the city of Lethbridoe. O. E. Harris has kindly loaned his offices next to the Alexandra hotel for use of the campaign tpams which are novi^ beino appointed. It Is estimated thai-at least $25,-OOO will be roquiperi for the work of the Lethbrldoe society durina the coming year, for the society uses more than $2000 worth of material each month In this great v^ork. It is the duty of every citizen to make a contribution to this great cause. tiuoi, ai, n u uiuuK, uiBL'uuHuu pmns ana 6�"**�i.iuu wcic luuiiu lu ue in a very i elected the following officers: Super- aatlsfacfdry dortdltlon. After meeting) ALLIES IMTEPISTEO IN AUmiREPUBL London, Jan. 15.-France ha."! loan* ed tho Ukraine 2,000,000 roubles in gold, nccordUig to a dispatch from the Odessa correapondont of tho Times dited Friday. The French mint also has printed a large tiuantlty o� Ukraine paper money. Ge'neral VinnicUonko, president ot tho Ukraine secretariat. It is added, in the course, of a long report to tho Rada, declared that Great Britain, Prance, the United States, Belgium and Rumania were interested greatly' in the organization of the Ukraine're-publlc \. \ , i . 'ntendents, Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Dodd; president, Hazel Keith; vice-president. Prances Vlr'ue; secretary, Gladys Frith; treasurer, Lizzie Cain, it was decided to hold the regular meetings oh every alternate Monday evening, beginning Jan. 28th. The meeting waa very enjoyable and In- ail obligations the balance on hand was �30-.' The'W,A. has contributed 1332 to the chflKih mortgage and donated $1.0 to mission work; The officers elected for the ensuing year are as follows: President. Mrs. Snow; vice-president, Mrs. Wright; secretary, Mrs. Turner; treasurer, Mra., Giles; luueiiug was very onjoyaoie ana m-'^'Mo- turner; treasurer, jvirii., uues; spiring and the young ladies start out Dorcas secretaries, Mrs. C. R. Matthews with high hopes for tlio new organiza-, end.MIss Dainty; literature satifetary tinn. .... t Mra. T.nvnn rrho W A AaniAlA in n.i tion. ' KNOULTON-DRYSDALE A quiet wod^liig took place on the 7th at the Methodist manse, Winnipeg, by ,tho Sev. Dr. Sinclair. Hettle, youngest' daughter ot Mr. and, Mrs. J. Drya-daU, of l.�tbbi \ . �>.au�ivii3 lor years, wnere she Is Tho force of tlie explosion upset the .^^'Bhly esteemed because ot her many submarine's steering apparatus and 5 * of kindness..;,fhey.Immediately did other damagor but the crew, final- 5r'**'''r^ Calgary tor a short wed- Shorbrooke, Que., Jan. IG.-  When exemption was refused J.  B. Richard, Coaticook, by the ^ appeal court Judges' today he ^ fall tp the a fit. He '-^^ was unconscious tor two hoitrs. 4> 4^ � .i'. cey Bixby waa groomsman. Mrs. Bixby baa been for some time employed ln.,.t^e .C. p. R. telegrapi; office here, and the good wlahea of many friends and acquaintances follow her in her new sphere, Mr. ai�d Jlrs. Bixby left Calgary, Jan. 16.-Bishop Mercer, ct Magrath, states that considerable loaaea have occurred in sheep herds of Southern Alberta, the^ storms driving the animals Into coulees and the drifting snow imprisoning them, ciiuaing deatb.t Cattle and horses have wintered extra well. ; London, Jan. 15.-Tho Jewish correspondents' bureau learns, from -Berlin that the Polish ministers of justice, and BDclal affairs have conferred yvlth. Jewish 'leaders and members- ot municipal councils regardingthe settlement of the .lewlsh question 'in Poland. ' The( Jews told tho ministers that there, must be more than a statement by the premier promising freedom and Justice. It was absolutely neceasary, that special laws affecting Jews should be aboliahed as Jews in-Russia had been emancipated by the revolution. , Gxpulsion of Jews from villages must cease, .lewlsh quarters in the markets must bo abolished as the double tax tor hospital's Virhlcli is demanded of Jews. *  The ministers replied, that the emigration of Jews from -Poland, seemed, to be desirable ^nd asked the'leaders whether they would ooroperate in such an object.  \ ' ' " , ' �. � BLIZZARD AT HALIFAX 'I: > Halifax, N. S., Jan. 16.-The ? entire district grappled with a 4* blizzard last night. Trains were ? cancelled while others pulled in latp delayed by, the fall of nine in / js of ghow that fell within the short' time of four hours. � � Wounded-Pte. Wilfrid Hig- ? ? gins, Lethbrldge, ,next of kin, o o GHiACIDSWCH, SOORNESS, HEARTBURN, OASORKESIN The Moment "Rape's Dlapepsln" Reaches the Sti-nach All Distress i^ots. Do Bome foods you eat hit hack-� taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and causo a sick, jaour,-' gaaay stomach ? .Now, Mr. C Mra. Dyspeptic, jot this down:' Pape's Dlapepsln digests everything, leavlnff nothing to sour and upset you. There nevor was anything 30 safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach ia disordtered you will get.happy relief In five minute*, biit whit pleaaes y.iu most is that It strengtliona and rogulntos your stoni-ach so .you can eat your favorite foods without tear. � � Most remedies give ;ybu relief some-times-thoy arc slow, bift not sure. "Pape's Dlapepsln" is nuiok, positive ,' end puts your stomacli, In a) healthy condition so tho misery won't come -back. You feel different as soon as "Pape's piapepsin" comea in contact with the stomach-distress just vanishes-your stomach gets sv.'eet,. no. gas^a,. no belching, no eructations of undigested food, your head clears and you,feel fino, ,; ^ y Go now, make the best investment ' you ever made, by getting a large fifty cent case ot Pape's Dlapepain } from any drug store. You'realize iii. ' five minutes how needlossJ.iti-ia-to suffer from. indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach' disorder.-^Advert. ^ y Learning to (;Each niaturlngi spn and (laughter should have a personal. Sayings Account In the Union iBank ! Canoda,= wUh opportunities to save regularly, and tialntng ,ln how to exjiend money wisely, : Such an education iln thrift, and savlng^w^tl pr9V^ Inyalviabla taXUBniDO^.^ BRANCH . , > A. F. 8. Tatum. Ma^aOf 'CARDSTpN branch '). BARONS BRANCH ) .F. Cavprs, lyiansger'   j, Bjackwlod. � Manager �If f'l.i�ft* rui'" 111 \Yfy' �^^^�U I kidu* MENTALLYAFFECIEO >>OttawB, Jan. 16.-The following official statement was given out this morning by the Military Hospitals C(jmn)lB8lon: "Prj)vinclal Institutlpns will be eii-triisted with the care qt the mentbefs of the C, �3. F. returned to Canoda auf-, terlng ^ from inaanlty, but tho OomlU' ion;gorernnietit wll^,|i{liy for|helr mal^-tanaaae.' This decision was reached at the conference of tbe Military Hos- Thwold, Ost.-"I thtnlc Annrid lii ths btei  ' iT� WW lakes. Mp ,irh?rfc� ""ilir 'Ifi �'mni|sBl6h and the'^ard of ponalons commiasionqrs have,paid a fiat rate' in Hospitals for (he insaho tor tho 850 oi^Q "suffer'ng in varying degrees from j meiital allmonta. By tbe hew arrange-; ments they will pay prpylnclaJ inatltu-' tions for their oiaintennhbe'ahd In ad-ney"troubir�Sd''rh�5j.' ditlon Sir J^mos Lqugheid on behalf s, P�V,J!''i'n 'JlJ'h'Ha government agr*ied t� pay a�j ex; �B.iiv i.ft �r b�k �j4'w%nt u";�''iMV^ ,1'f capita which sum (cot. li dcToinred loto � cUronte esH.^I'TvtrllDie directed to tho equipment, and mi to)give Antiirio'  trill, snd^M'iMMy; 11:is'tfoelvlng treatment injInlitltuHODa had HiJ. tSf'.ifm^'t' �"."iStti'^JK-iS^>� '�'%sterr:,sM beooma public obargea^tai'tbe or* Bastt to Make '^Mt;; Pl/tm Cough Remedy '; '-,��4-.-�, -� ' � ' > Thsnnands'at fiunUles swear e.y csn biiy, puti ouncua of.Pinex (60 rents worth)* in a tO-oz. bottle, and fill up with homc-mado auear syrup. 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