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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J^Apt^^- TEN "tm LETimBtDOE DAILY HKRA'T^D ^T^FIE food value of cocoa has A b\sen p.roven by centuries of use,, and dietitians and physicians the world over are enthusiastic in their endorsements of it. It is said to contain linore . nourishment than beef, in' a' more ^ readily assimi-jJa|:ed form. The choice, however, should be a high-grade cocoa,-"Baker's" of course. IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package Made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limitec: Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. Established 1780 PRiiiSPHiir L?1T GEHMANS SHOULD PAY Hon. Chas. Stewart Emphasizes Lessons From Life-tjpen" ing of Legislature-News From Capital (Worn Our Own CorrcspOnflent) Edmonton. Jan. 17.-The idgial.nture Altiorta has boan cAUed together ifor Uie (lospatcli of buaiaess on Thurs-' dny, Feb, Tth.' Though there nre tow ? � London. JanMS.-Arlhnr, J. ? nultour.nrltUU .foreign nijnlalj ? Cfi In i:eplylng to the claim 6t. ? tho:dauiaglhg.of another whllp ? ? ^tho lattor was being siilvagad ^ ? by the BrltlBh. navy, through^ > tho nttocks oi.Oornian snbmj�r- . > ? Ines. and whilo they \yore being ! ? escorted to tCBrili.'ih t>ort. dp-;, ? �> (. � .> ./ is rather bard to predict. While Mich- , ' "^^^^^^ ener has not res'-ned IL is unde-- "e'K'i'^orliness and brotherly Idvc.' = rrl,i 0,000,000 pounds of -wool., L. the senate. And Tweedle is also of the past. ShoUld the rumor that iBen- nett is ^^^^^^^^^'^^ Duty won done, brings Us reward. prove true, looked for. opposition Duty neglected brings ccndemnation. Man must continually examine hlm- forming new lines that have not hotherto existed. Though appcp.rnpccs at present go! to show that tbeje will be very few private bl'ls introduced, there will ha a number of goveripnent .msasuvcs will CM for the:vcry bes* th6u?lU ! ,, / 'f atthistimeorstri-453ncy. Oniof the ^''l.f ;i "."^ "'Y" perplexing questions just now is how A':strnlla has caut'ed Japan to look t1not takon-i^br," .'^Aa far, us I can aoo attor three weeks' 'preliminary InvostlgatJonai" aald Mr. McAdoo, I don't cpntomplato taking over any ronda not necea�ary tor tho'epvornihent's war purpoaeii and It some Interests nocosaartly got hurt by It, they will have to stand It." Director McAdoo aald that it It als Vas necessary tbeyniight ba 1�k� en over. Ho added that operation will' also be extended to inland watarwaya. i Director McAdoo waa, told by 8ena> tors that .small independent line* tear* ed bankruptcy'lf the government took control ol tho large trunk linea linA' that the'government should taka ofar^ all railroads, large or, amall. �) � 'Tiach day that "the war coatlnnbs Every Tjsar from Consumptioti, Willions coviid have b�en saved* It only common i sitasa prevention had been used in tl.f .^rst stage. It YOU AEE a Sufferer fi>cm Ailbma, Bron> clJtis.i Catarrh, riturisy," �Weak ,Lntsr, Cough ard Coia^-all Dia-lca(iin~ up la Coaiamption- TubercaiBsis, y6u -V.EE" Intercited in Dr. Slrandgard's "r.B. AleOIcine. Writo for Testirjoait:�j; cad Booklet. Z)!^ STU.UIDOAr.D'^S I^Ii:i�E CO, mm Chicago, Jan. 10.-old girl, giving the name of Linda Rose,, who is in, jail here today on a . should go to tbs Red' Cross sbcfety.' We ail realize the ,n'e([essity-'and'lir-' should be in nne, andit.w'U there- T^'^.^^^lf^t.^^^^L^^ tore be �V.^nro,.,-.,;-',o ^.^i.i.n 1''=' -'Iwai-s re.1Il2e-our individual Alberta I ring with provinc;,-!]'rightsi" T.o, jnake The sixteen year' ^-^"^"^"f"' ^^"^-^ UUo/ IJoUxer tbei#t^CrryotV-thbiT fdiargeot transporting dynamita in:a that will be up is ihat..otaabpr for-tha- ws''aver ther&''^.�^^ ,r.u. ),,hw�,i hv ^ho P-ovlnce. .Me.=sr3. Jiarshall .a:id.Mit-,T'.^'!L^^^^^^ il^iwork' for- our railroad train, is' believed by the ,^1 wiUbe from Ih^ir missiou police to be a resident of iioungstovrn,, to. Ott.iwa in this coa^ictjUon by that time, and will have tiia mind of the Dominion government upon, the subject,, and some-action \yill likely,'tol- Ohio. She was arrested yesterday aa she left a train from Cleveland, .ind iji a suitcase which she carrlejl the poilce.toundtjilrty-slx sticks of dynamite-and a loaded^ automatic pistol. low. Ot'her matters of moment to the, community v/iU be on tho asenda, and, thoush there is not what is generally f4r eii Business Needs You Most, -Conserve Your En en � *  A motor car saves valualjle- time- When success means straining lierve force to the utmost -when minutes given to your affairs are precious f T-when your strength is the'driving "force of your store or fac*"-/ or farm ' ^then you muaf Aa(;e a motor cai^. -saves your vila'ity-during' business hours. And-after business hours-^pro^des; recreation and vigor-giy� ing outdoor enjoyment that;help� .you in the daily battle. I' The economy, dui^bility, and mechanical perfection of the standardized Maxwell car l^ve been proved so conclusively they are now accepted-facts. * ' . . .  The Maxwell is the ca^ without a peer for the man who is working under full steam. ' In connection wlthsRlsd Cross \vork,-Lieut.Gov. Brett is alio an exceedihg-ly strong surborter.'.CDtn'mending- It to ail peor 0, TLo s-)ctetys>.has sat" ."{c out 61 e', si'y. dollar cii-Jied-thiB year as tho goal.'  , >..;^^ ' ' ' ' ' .Growth of Alberta .Schoola, , . Twelve years growth along aduca-ticnal.lines in Alhsrta'shows wonderful rrosross. Tho territory covered is 750 mi;es fr.-;ni noriih tn south a pro.ince larsor ti-.aa-Uie-,whole bttjie Gerniin empire. ' In ICC'ii '.horo were In Existence in the provicco school districts;' in lOuG, 14-! were crs.'.-ted; In 1907, 15G; Jn Ifji^S, lUS, and in iyii,-283, practical'.y one tor e-i-cry dny of the year :0x-c'.usive of Sundays. . . . - - In Eplte of ciinditions � there were j>;", schoo;, disirict.? erected since July-1, m-t. Durins 101?, lijl districts were, c;-ected and 14 consolidated districts, a total of lL'5. -.- At th;B date .there are In thq province iSll school c;i.~,iriet3;'an'Increa.30-of :;273 since llOZ. ., , Tha. total -nu-:il.:r of -puplls-j^n at-te.iJr.nro in l.Ou;') v.-..s i24,i;6'i, a:tJ;.tU2a v,'s incrcoscd'to TD.iOlj in.1916.;.^ ' ,, Finaociil s.?E;3'n.ico~ tlirou^rh."; gov-e-nr.'c-.t ?;rj:it3 ah -,v.4 consider.ablo Ifi-. cro'isn. In I'J.!', it -v.-as -.U^l B10..^�-,,-,aIu^ in 1S17 $ai5,S.M.:o. . Dut'iug.lflJ-t-i;il7 t! 0 gr.uts h.'.vc incroassid by JiCS,-; Oli.ui. /� . ' the consul-dated BchoplBi are K'is'.lr.;; Uio neo 'a of the farming com--, r.uulties is scon hy the .number tint havo Ut'on organized, since. l!)13,>. In th'it year one -vv.'.s opened; in 1914-another; in 19X5, ten;.^in; 191(!,.,f^ixtB8n, and in J917,.�ourteon^a,-totuI ot fopty- tVi'O.. , ; A Ten Cent. Faro �. fe,  Edmonton council is 'conaiaorlng (i 10c fare oh the street railway in-ptacb of 3o us nbw. ' ; ; , F-aIre Association '� f\\ B. L; Rich-irdsbn, afbajgarji.ipreslr dent 'Pt the Alberta �grIc'uUural'iklra association, v/as in Edmonton lately, malcinf? arrangamBn',.3-tor the meeting to 1)8 eld February 20 and 21 vyhfn It, la expected that fully one hundred managers and .secrc'.arles of f.lira.�will bo present,, to consider matters In connection with U'.o rx!�ibVlon ot tlie pro;; vlnco,' 11, S. Arko:l,ahe now lipmln\ T �^HE seven passehgei- Paige "SiX'yy'' and the five passenger "Six'39" are die supreme leader^ in their respective fields. PAIGE PklDp of OWNERSHIPandPAIGE PEREE6 TION distinguish them-both of them. A choice between these; Jtwo models must be governed entirely by your personal requirements. But, in either casci you cannot make a mistake. The basic.qualityas:identical; They are blood brothers of the- same strain. " . The really important tliinig about both cars is the Paige name plate: That is your g'^arantee of enduring satisfabtioh. ^ ' ' /" - > ; Essc.v'^lx-5JV 7-passcnffcr,Jil775.hCoupe.!'Six-yf',V4-passenBer,,. "iix-55 � Z-passengcr $3230; Limousine "Six-55" S2850; TownCar "Six-55" Z-passengcr 5 -'7-pas6enger S>230; Sedan''Si-x^S'' 7-passengcr $2850; Bropklands ,. 4-passcngcr$1795;.�inv?oda"Six-39" fiposscngcr'$M30, Qlcn-^ dale "Slx-39':; ChummviRoadsfer $1130; Dartmoor "Six-3.9"J2 i . or 3-pas3cnaer $1330-. Sedan "Six,39*'.5r'passcr^cr$J92J. ' ^ -:, j ,.All Ericgs f^o.b. Detroit. PAIGE'DETROIT MOTOR. CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. The H. T.Hphderson Garage Corner sixth Street and Sixth Aycntie.South . , Pfovinblal "Distributors tor PalQe-Detrolt Motor Co, Tourmg Car $io^^;yRoadster ^104^; .Coupe py^O' Berime 4iiS/o; S(dan $^670: F. 0. B. Windsoi D. S. WILLIAMSON & CO. LETHQRIDGE DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 1348 sWARMTHfortlialChill This Dghtf Dry, Fleecy Wool -ris just what your pain-racked syatem craves, f liermogene isgratt/ul warmth in dry, convenient fpFfn - medicinally treated so that it. actually gtneratu heat the instant it is applied to an . afflicted part. Ready as'it comes from the box-w�^rn without inconvenience day or night.r-no wonderitr-.-� '�>''-;^ ', -w" Suptfdei thm meiit and Mhmr of thm old-fQ$hionmd >|wuIMm onitf p/a�(�r.' � ' ;v,''-, mlnlH'.er of agricuUuro,'arid' Alfex, .Qnl-brulth, superintendent ot fairs and'in-'" stitutos, arc booked tor addfesaea,' As mattera of vital inipor4a,nco,to tljle. fair circuits of the provLnee will; bo-do4lt with ,it la Inokccl iipc ri'?(}s: one'. Ot t|io most Important'meet riga'-.ot'.thb;,.yeiir. Frionds of C, .S. ilotchklsB, publicity commissiouer of Uio proVInco, will bo pleased to know iliatiho (a now able to bo around after: hls-'rocent ac(Jl-dent. , ' � , Want the Mountl��tAfl9)n : IA defiutatlon ll,^.s iValtQd upon the premier asking him 'to'use hla IntlUi ence to have thy ll.N;W;M;l--. take >up thoir former 'diitiea'i'nnfl'- p-atrol'-the rural disitrictB ot irtri'poVtuce.': - - .' Back In the -Service ' , . James Clbments, .^hp some tJmo Oiack resigned posiLlonVln'the falra^ and institute .kjrancli of aie^aepartmonti?or-'agrlcuUuro, 'jins I'oHjJTjod/tO' the^fpldv�-� being now In connectloH|'wHh-'thOilives' fock dopUrlment. � * . 4 Give^ Qmck and Sure Relief -by actinguponthe blood^fvessels through the .skin and^ directly reaching the source of trouble- in all cases of , . ' ' Grippe Lumbago NeiWalgia; Bronchitis Quinsy Muscular Paini Rheumatiim' Neuritis Sore Throats' Ch^st CoMs Avoid needless Huffor'mg I keep Thnr* mogene always in your home, -It ia used by l^rillHli Red Cross, Navy, Armjr find llospitAls, '1 ' V .Immihdkr Vandenhprrhtlitf/imaiitJldzlanplu"'''')- Urilhtf WfM F. Ritcklt k C�. St., T.rMt� ;