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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Kimrr TMK LlCl'llUWIHiE DAILY tUESBAY, 'JANUARY 28, 1910 Their cattle together. I" Ms !hey -n-ou'4 be ab'.e to greatly '.ho number 01 stock they coull hold Individually, vrhk-h wouM fce u tKT; caly tur iheiriUrnUns sttesa tut also increase amount of miieJ fanuins- nr3 no jsas offiilcs at the present but the farmers in tbe south will I advlteJ to fceeji this vim in ithen any lease eiplres. Owing to fiortase o! feeJ in cer- tiln parU doubt that more slu- dents could be iauuceJ lo enter the profession by brinErlng the Normal srliools to. them. Many Lett i t.'riuse pupils taVe teachers' irainir.s; courses if ihere were a Nor- mal scnDol In I.einbridge than will (o for such training. i while uany pupils from points elose i to the cuy wouivi come here for rue i course when they won't go to Cal- i jgary. And this fact >ill be all the. ;inore noticeable when the j school course is made a one-year: course.'' i The above is the opinion of Chair- man Davidson of the public schools. And the cily commissioners agree. So that it is likely that the plea for a Normal schpol for Lelhbridse put for- ward by the board of trade and the j reconstruction committee be sironslv supported from other quar- ters. U cu tte price paid for a coninceuy, hat en the de- rived. That Is vrhy Is the cheapest eliin hea'.er oa tbe tcarfcel benefit derived Is S5 jrtattr thin 'can be from crdlcarr ciaicents. This is due to the fset tist !s Oriir.sry elntments are medicine and the bilacce RSlmal fat. Tho superiority of 2ao-BuV Is proved by the many cases ef chronic. 6ttu trouble and oM sores which yield to the power of Zam-Bufc after all treitmenta hive faile-l. The uausuai power of peaetratlen .n-hlca Zim-nuk possesses ec.bles U to reaei the underpins tissues, skin troublea have Jheir trot." Then the germlcldal pro- perties in ZiB-But destroy all Cntil this is done healms eao never be thorough. The reason why sores that hava been treated with ordinary oiniments break out again is because the reniedy has never got lo Ihe seat of the trouble, but has only healed over the outer skin. Zam-BuU. on the contrary, uproots skin disease, and the cure, is complete and permanent. should Always be used Tells of Some of His During Tense Days On Sonime o! j, scalp sores, ulcers, blood- Letribridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. FOR- and REPAIRS KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MAKERS OF ROLL AND PLATE GRINDERS LAND PACKERS AND DEEP WELL PUMPS BV ANNE MBRRlli (Special In Lor the Lethtjrtdge Herdldl Among the returned prisoners or war from Holland is W. vis R.A.R, of MaeJeod, ton o! Ibe D. Darts, collector ot Customs Dawsou, V. T.. and Mrs. Divls o Madeod: and 1 met htra at a Hill' gathering of Yukonftrs b; Mrs. Cicorse lllsck -who. on behalf o Iho Yukon Comfort Fund, has beci keeping a molherly eye on any of the boys frcru that far away lerritory who happen to be in Ixmdon either on leive or in hospital. Capt. Davis was twenty months In Germany, and four months in Holland, liavics been shot down on the Scmme in June 1916 in one of the very one- sided aerial combats of tbat time. He had enlisted at Lethbridse with Iho 1st C. M. R.'s. later-translerrini to tho Hying Corps. It was interesttaE to hear the cap tain toll of the. life In their squsdron during these days on the Somrao. and it can be no harm now to admit thai they very often 'iati the "hump." The 'odds were pretty much against them as the Germans for n time seemed to ----------------------------------be getting the upper hand; and the rate at which they were losing their pals was very depressing. To add to their natural depression, they seein to have increased this condition by hold- ing seances almost nightly, in ihe of- ficers' mess, in order to find out who would be tlie-ncit one of their to "go They would get together after din- ner, turn out the lights, throw out nay surround a table and 1 wait in the most approved fashion for '_...... rappings. The table generally rose to the occasion, anil spelt out the for eczema, abates je bad lee, burns aod scaldf. All (ir Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. oOc. 3 for ?1. THE PROBIvEMS OF PEACE call for, intelligent pAtriotinn of Ae home as well AS in business -better food for growing chikWhzJtdformen work of ihe world. Shredded Wheat comes back to ihe breakfast Uble with all its crisp and tasty goodness, its body-building the day right bleating it with milk or cream. grocef cait new supply the normal demand for breakfast cereal; MADE IN CANADA dealt with br employers ami civic an- Canadian national railway authorities trionties.and that many of Ihem iviuhn alien enemies rohmtarily'take themselves otf. TUe soldiers, will express their ap- "This campaign is certainly wortlrj 5a.a a man as he manr nlen and w-omen! man's name ij-lio would be the next out to lead a better lire on Sun- to get and the sp n s S I- 1 Banking Service be entrusted to' this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service be rendered. Our fadlities are entirely at your disposal. i t THE-CANAD1AN BANK OF COMMERCE 1A 1" the Children to Save Habits are acquired early in life. Children, who are taught the value of money and the habit of saving, grow up into good business'nYerYarid capable women, The easiest way to teach children tosave, is to start a Savings Account for each child (51.00 each is After achild haa saved another, dollar to niake an additional deposit, he or she wilUhave a better appre- ciation of just a dollar stands for, and how much work andself-denialitrepresenta. M6RCMANT5 BANK le day nlgrt. "That man means said another uastnesa wan in his referent to Evangelist Stephens.. Another business in-ah slated that the tide is turning and many are realizing that the is cre- ating a strong sentiment toward mak- tbe city o? Lethbridge tbe finest, cleanest and safest-city in Alberta. Evangelist Stephens states tbat evangelistic campaign a good deal political campajga; wnea the drive begins Ihere are always scores of people to criticize: find fault and oppose. When they see, however, that the man is going to win or hss won the day and that he has no notion other than to help .make better lairs better hoines, belter cities, better men and ivomen. then they turn ant join in the winhms'r'ace and hail the winning -warrior as tfie best fellow in "the -world. "The .people of Leth bridge are kind and hospitable, Indus Irious and charitable. Like all peo- ple, however, neglected spiritual and thlnl that the church run itself, and that God Alraight> will accept their will for the deed. We must realize that God will not take a camouflage "worship from anybody and tbat the man or woman or th church that presumes io draw nig to Him la such a manner will cer tainly find that ttiey arc ieft ;vitli in tieavens closed io any appeal and th Spirit withdrawn from such false wo ship. "They that worship Him raus Him In spirit and in trutfa ihe old Bible. Tonight is to t a great rally night, and a large is expected. Soine people'have drive in 40 to GO miles Io the are remaining in a-fe days. Prof. Fisuer will (urnish fin music, and Evangelist Stephens ready with a short and stirring, me sage.' "'Wednesday tor te great church as usual. Toinghi Is "What Constitutes Adm sion Into Heaven? er it was) hii the nail on the head often, said the captain, that their O. finally put a stop to the meet- Asked liow the various names were nmuunieated; Capt. Davis said they ;ed the iiorse- code! Funny how tlie jirits knenr the cade; and though he ughs nt-the .whole thing now, the 'Casioos tvere tragic enough at the proval of the action wlilch the return- ed men us a body chose to take during 1 ho-week-end in breaking up Uplshc- vik'meetings clubs of enemy na- tionality, but: In the belief that the desired result wiH now.-be attained, further violence will be deprecated. fire meu are now under arrest as tli result of the rioting. Alt are civilians and are considered more in the class of rowdies or petty thieves who took advantage of the soldiers' raid to in- dulge in violence and theft -Xone ol their cases has been, settled yet. Returned soldiers' representatives, announced at the city hall today tbat returned men will picket all places where trouble is likely to result and prevent hoodlum demonstrations. .The men accepted the word of Mayor Gray and other prominent citizens that a conimUteG ot representative public men were working- together to form teams to wait upon employers of labor and replace aliens as fast as circum stances permit. The soldiers', repre- in railroad shops. Among the cpmplalnis made by re- turned railway workers was ono Umt not given seniority over aliens who had been taken on in their absence overseas. This will bo taken up with the railway authorities. AIR TRAVEL BETWEEN CANADA AND U. S. OTTAWA, Jan. Joint agree- ment regarding air tra'veljrlU, It Is eipected, shortly be entered intolbe- tween Canada and the United States. i There Is now an ample- eupplV ot sugar available In Canada and a con- siderable quantity for export. OTTAWA, Jan. summary of Office: Mom OF 'CANADA Established 1804, ;LE7HBRIDGE BRANCH, R, J. DINNING, J MONARCH BRANCH, V. A. EBERLY, Aciing.Manager. JnNOBLEFORP BRANCH.; M, A. KILPATRICK, Acting THE ROYAL BANK Of CMDA A Incorporated 1S69 Head'.Office Montreal Capital Authorized......................... Capital Paid Up ............S............., Reserve Total ftssels Over v President, Sir Holl.' "Vice-President and Managing Director, K. Pease. General Manager, K. of Central Western Branches, Kobert Campbell, Special care given to Savings Accounts, Savings Bank Department at all Branches, A general Banking Business Transacted, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ...V'i W. A, PARKER, Managtr -MA6RATH BrfAMCH'- -'.....k- J, K. ATKINSON, Manager CARD3TON BRANCH R: McKAY, TABER BRANCH" G. DtCKSON, Manager Ihe trade ot Canada for tlie 1018 cal- endar year issued today by the Do- minion bureau of plnces the value of. Canadian exports for the 12 monlhs at against for 1917, and for 1SIG. Imports were vnlueri at (against In 1917, and in 1910., There was considerable falling off In the amount of dulies collected In 191S. being In 1M7 ccl. lections reached the larger total ol while in J916 the cus- toms revenue stood at OF HENSI BOURASSA DEAD MONTREAL, Jan, 28. Mrs. Henri Bourassa, wife of Mr. Qour- assa, director of Le Devoir, died on Sunday, io her 4Tzt year. She formerly Miss Jotephine and married Mr. Bour. assa in 1905, Eight children sur. vive her. KAISER'S BIRTHDAY AMEKONOOX, Jan. services wen: hclrl Jn the caatlc chapel here today In honor of the birthday of Ilolienzollern, the former Oerman emperor. With th'is except the former German, emperor and cm- preaa usual. me, no donbt. The Macleod officer. is at resent in the ,1'etrogracl hospiUil, ondon, for- "further hot in tbe stomach with an explosive ullet, which he explained, in his fas- j, way, "slightly dis- rranged" his Anterior, and there everal bits tb'at refused to digesi; so might have, to have an operation. The butcners had offeied to splore for the pieces of metal, but had yet firmly, refused heir kind bffer. He much preferred 0 wait for p. perfectly, good Canadian iirgcon, several of whom, were to be ound at the Pctrtgrad. As soon as the captain" either di-' ;esls the scattered bullet, or has it icientifically 'removed, he Js going to ransfer lo the Strathconas. at Cal- gary. He thinks there may yet be an opportunity getting back to Ger- many under more'auspicious circum- stances. Disappointed in not seeing Berlin (they took him to almost every other camp) he hopes later to rem- edy that omission. He amused the parly telling how fcr- made the acquaintance, when in of an officer from Prince Albert, whom he never saw. But they had signals on the partition (nol spirit rapping this lime, but the real thing) j after the guards decamped, and 6x-j changed lots of gossip during the Triirl; nieht hours, about people In Western Canada. The Prince Albert roan nad i been to tell him news, for In- stance, of a girl he used to go to school vrith in'Dawron, and had lost, track She had been married'lo n friend of tho man on the olher side of partition. 1 Among the others at Blacfc'a party were, LI. li. W. Habb, 'M.C.. of1 the Yukon Machine Gun Bal- lery, also a relumed prisoner of Sgt. Maj. fi. Larry Peppard, M.M., of the same Battery; Cpl. Robt. Allen, M.M.O.; J. L. JlcXinnmi -who came out with the Boyle Yukon Bat- ery In 19U; J. Slangroom. M. i., (and a naval decoration) a form- er Mounted Policeman of White Horse, who. ran away to enlist, hut Before quite reaching the Summit, was drag- led back by the long arm of Ihe law anil .pul In gaol in Dawson for'lhree months, but released before the end cf the term and Joined tho I'als, and I.yman Ulaclc, M.C., in on II days' leave Irom Germany. sen! attves are now in conference "with PUBLIC is WARNED Aaainst Taking Substitutes for Nuxatedlron Say TYiai OHIn- avy RffetetHo; Inn Cannot "STRENGTH. POWER AND ENDURANCE Organic Niixatod United Slaiec Atkinson Opfnlon Cattfnl iaTcitihtion bj among irgeisls and palitotj liJi revciUd the Fact Ifcuc arc thoujanrfs people titing ron who do 'not diitinjuuh between or- and reetilLic iron, and thai fell io itrength and en- darar.ce Ihty stelr, simply Ucanie they hare taVen the -long Joira 'c{ iron. belo, I how wJio feel tbe need oi a llrtngtii and litood builder to lo .their fim- ily. doctors and obtain ,4 prticrJp- lion calling lot iii' tinlc sled Iron and prs- etct tliis Io their the vital eaergy, G. W. A Genuine Reduction of i 20 per cent OUR regular moderate charges wcH tnown. Thousands of pcreoni unable to pay the exorbitant tlemanfied by somo dentists have, V- taking-adYantase-ot low- charges; been enabled to nave their teetb attended to, wllli .resullant belter heaith otter to- you act at bncer-a: genuine, re- of you ten dollara before'will only cost you eight dollars Take advantage'ot this exceptional condition: and, Denliitry As We Pracfe It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry 36? Ott Blk.r 4 Doors irom Lethbridje Hotel, LetUbridgc LETHBplDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENU1 L.. EDMONTON CR18TALL BLOCK. droggut r io that 'article. do rot lo ihe be _ about ob- its Hut it they t.vhh to go e trouble of I a piewn'p- for lion Iron thdi be sure Io look on th< bbtl ttc lhat Ibe XUXATEI) IRON are liiereon-notNux Iron nor any forni of The fcrulti Kujit United Judge the m, "U hesiusion hat 1 recommend ited Iron (o per- __who in ifie stress of ptijjica! or jbon hive permitted Ihe system lo become debilitated, ihe borfr eibaujted ot ihe ves run oown. It ind Titafiiy. I thatlhavcdroppci---- the burden nwntni that 1 have been. lowing the vcty simple directions for the use of Nuxated Iron. JCCQ ay Iron and id vride; ititraleil ihit orer tli illy are, lodiy uiinjr i is lunr Ulton people in lo The Employccfi in Winnipeg Are Co- Operating With Soldiers (o Get Hid of Them AVINXIPKCJ, Jan. not like ly that tbcre will he further rlolfng by returned xoldleis In Winnipeg. .The various returned solilterft' associa- tions arc arranging lo cor.iult to- gether, ami resolutions arc being drawn up t-xrircsaing the of ifie soitlJors tliat (he objectlonahlc foreigners 'who have been thft Ulton peop .S (0 t of numerous theJe I'lyiiciins taf that hullh officiatj and doc- Caution Ihe ou'itic agiinu accepting1 a-jbjlHults .in medicines ArA they ejMcially wain againit acceptinj lubitilulci lor Iron, which, initeal ol oiRJnic Iron niothtne more than A mcUllic iron coTnpqyri'l wMch may e caits produce more harm than rHsjpread pf (lie ahoir. in- formalk-Ti, ttcn luffgnle'l Dr. Jimel Frjnrii Sullivan, (ormeflr phrsiciin of Hrll-- Vue. HoipiHl fOulrloor r.d Westchesttr Hospital; Dr. Teidinand KEng, New York I'hyiician arH JItdical Author anrf olherj, io that the pub- lic fce irforrr-ed on lubteet aM prottcted from the use. of mclallic Iron urt- der the dtluilon Ifiit it ii Nuxatert iron or at leait Kir.tlhing ai good as Nuxaled .U'is surpmiriff How tnany from iron dtficitncy an-I do know it Jf you are not itiong or we 1, you owe it to to malic the following tejt: See fee djjr ,afL.. Kit Tour slrtngtfi and ite much jrcu hive pained, Ko-l ifii Knutrf Tir-n, rWrt ti of [he soldiers' will kV totm nof uwd t ItCBUca minufitlirtn runnfra rw- ted tr.tirtlr Mllificurr fci