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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta RID AY, JANUARY 25, 1918 THE LCTHr,rilDG DAILY HERALD P A GE NINB even Thousand is Raised �� �1" i _� Already in Red Cross Drive It always takes two or three days | r a campaign such'as the Tied ?roat� I ive now in progress to get undor j ay and that Ir what the thirteen \ ams now engaged In a canvass of e city are find ng. .Chairman Parker the Campaign committee reported ts morning that sb: turnns only have ported to the neutral committee oma as yet, bringing in cash and ledges for 57,051. Mr. Parker states that the canvas- sera in the* residential section find many people out when they call, and espoc'ally asks that residents facilitate the work of the teams by sending in their names with tho aigount they desire to subscribe to the honorary treasurer, H. J. Smith, Acadia block. Arrangements have been made for a meeting with the miners of the Gait mines on Sunday when the matterjof subscriptions from them will be taken ALIENS PROTECTED WHILE THEY OBEY LAW > New York, Jan. 25.-"Sub-jects of anvenemy nation residing here aro entitled to Invoke the process of our courts as long as they remain law-abiding," State Supreme Court Justice Gavegan, said in a decision yesterday denying a motion to exempt the Metropolitan Opera company from answering for the period of tho war a breach of contract suit for $r>0,-000 brought by M.idame Ouer, German prima donna. v > * # > > *> * ? * * ? r ? ? ? ? ? ? v GERMAN GOVT. TAX WEALTH -�-, Amsterdam, Jan. 25.-Proposals for a levy on wealth to help pay the ex-penses of war are being considered by Gormany, The Frankfort Zleltung declares that it has already been decided to make a direct levy, which will be several times as large'as that of 1913, when a "defence tax" of $250,000,000 was levied on fortunes to furnish money for putting the German army and navy on a war basis. i 1 CROWN BRAND CORN will do than satis more children's craving for "so thing sweet" - it will . supply them with a wholesome food. Dealers every-here have ? 'Crown Syrup,#in2f 5,10 and 20pound tins and "Perfect Sear Quart Jars. __ , _ ' r Write for free Cook Book. �F h F THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED, MONTREAL. 29 ^�)JI)lMpHIKHII|)l|WWI!l mi! 0 Word comes that Pte. Thomas Dawson, of A^torndo, has died of wounds in the German hospital at Grafenwohr, Bavaria. A true won of Old England and realizing from the outbreak of the war that the struggle would tax the strength of tho empire to the utmost, he promptly offered his services but on account of slight temporary ill-condition was not accepted though a man of splendid phys'que. Later on, in 1916, at no little finaucial sacrifice, for a fine crop, the result of several years patient industry was fast maturing, he again offered and was enlisted in the 175th infantry. After tra ning at Sarcee Camp and then in England, he finally went to (he front. On (he 3rd of June he was seriously wounded and taken prisoner, his terrible wounds bearing eloquent witness that he bad not lightly surrendered. Under date of July 10th, he wrote to relatives in England that he thought he was recovering and hoped to be sent home in the next exchange of prisoners. Then about the 20th of September his fr'ends received a^ letter from a fellow soldier In the same hospital telling them that Pte. Dawson's left leg had been amputated and the right food was in a serious condition. This letter was written July lth and no further word was received until Oct. 8th, when the sad news came that he had passed"away son the 28th of July. Pte. Dawson was the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. George Dawson of J?d-mondthorpe, Oakham, England. Two s'sters and the oldest brother are :'n England, while four other brothers one of whom has recently been wounded, are still fighting in France. i 9 Every Item Highest Quality-it's Econrmy to the Best. Mrs. Brymnor and children have'returned from Cranbrook. ^ Major Hugh Brown, of Oardston, was in tho city today on his way to Blackie.  *  Mr. Frank Needham, who recently underwent an operation at the hospital, 1h recovering spfendidly. * v * A. F. Wertz, of Bow Island, has been spending the week in the city most of the time as a guest of tho dentists.    There will be street cars for both North and South side after the -whist drive and Scotch dance given by the Next of Kin tonight. *  * Major Jack Ross chapter 1. O. D. JR., are holding their Valentine party "on Friday, February 8th, in th.,...,., Ridge Farm>Peaa, 2 tins tor.......... Onion Salt, glass shakers Each ..v:..,:^........ Egg Noodles, per package.......};fj, "shredded. Wheat Biscuits Per package .'........;V Toasted Bran Flakes 2 pkgs. ........... Roman Meal, Package ............,. 1.00 50c 50c 35c 95 c 40c 45 c 15c 25c 15c \ 35c v M L Deep Sea Trout, m g _ 3 tins for ............ TtDC Potted Meats, % lb. tins 3 for.............. 6aC Lobster, per tin 20c and ............... ODC Libby's Tomato ,Soup, og 2 tins ................. OOC Ginger. Marmalade n g Each .................. OOC Guava Jelly �g Per Jar............... �3C California Table Raisins na Is, package ............ �UC Kellogg's Toasted Wheat * Biscuits. Regular price 15c. On sale, package ...... 1UC Jemolina, Brown & Pol- -t g son's, per pkg.......... IOC Tobasco Sauce, HA-* Per bottle ........ M... OUC Tri-Pure Water, | OA 5 gallon jars ......... l�aU King Beech Pure Jam, Straw berry and Raspberry. QC*� Per pail................vvC Equal Egg, large tin, equal to six dozen eggs. On sale ja this week..... .....v.; WC Herrings, in Tomato t g Sauce, % lb. tins, each.. IOC Evaporated Loganberries OB- Large' pkg..... ---- JOC Custard, Powder, Monk & Glass. Large tins. On �ale JA- VEacn ...... 40C French Peas. Regular price 30c, On sale, jg 2 tins..................*kDC WANT RE-HEARING y Washington. Jan. 25.-The supreme court was yesterday asked to re-hear the cases of Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman. whose conviction .*>n a charge of conspiring to violate the Selective Service Act "recent!v was sustained. The motion was taken under advisement. MAY CLOSE LONDON PORT London, Jan, 25,-The proposal to close the pojrt of London to merchant shipping has created strong opposition from London commercial interests and the proposal is being discussed at meetings attended by London's parliamentary representatives and riverside interests. A CHILD HATES OIL, LIVER AND BOWELS Give -'California Syrujj of Fig�n If Crest, Sick, Feverish, Constipated, r Family Grocers * F PW� 1453 and 1365 p1 Look back at yoiy childhood da:s. j,Remember the "dose" mother insisted ' on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics, you hated them, how you fough against taking them. With our children it's different. {Mothers who cling to the rid form of physic simply don't realize what they | do. The children's revolt is well found-. !ed. Their tender little "inaldes" are injured by them. If your child's i omacb, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only delicious "California Syrupof Figs.", Its , action is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep this harmless "frui i laxative" handy; they know children 'love to take it; that it never fails to clean the liver an & & > * * ? ? *> ? AUSTRIA iW ! Berlin, Jan. 25.-A Vienna telegram under date of Wednesday to the German press says: "Work was resumed today in all factories without exception. Reports from the provinces state that the workers almost! everywhere have returned to work." .FROZEN TO DEATH Agincourt, OntM Jan. 2�. - \V. D, Brass, storekeeper and markot gardener ,was found frozen to death in his sleigh while driving along the Agincourt road from Scarboro Junction last night. ' ON BRITISH FRONT l>cndon, Jan. 2r..-"The hostile artillery was active yesterday evening and in the early part of the night west of Lavacquerie and ir. the neighborhood of Pa&schendaete," says today's official statement. /OMieiwise there wis nothing of spjschtl interest." I OUR MILK Is Absolutely Safe It is clarified and 11 pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited P The Major Jack Ross Chapter of I. O. D. E. WILL HOLD A r.  * � t B m ' AT THE VETERANS' CLUB ON FRIDAY, FEB. 8th The evening has been set a few days earlier than Valentine'o Day on account of the opening of the Lenten Season. CARDS AND DANCING r I Tickets 75c each can be had from any member of the chapter. FUNDS FOR PATRIOTIC WORK ***** ;