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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, J 916 THE L15THBRJDGP DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE a Boy Let Stuart's Dyapepsla Tableto Aaaslst Vour Stomach Whenever It Neode . Help. They are Safe and Sure A TRIAL PACKAGE FREE TO ALL If you really wn?it you old-limo boy appelltf In return to you onco more form tho iinictico of 4atlnB a StuarfH Dyspopsla, Tablet after oach nienl. UosuUh will aatound you. mmm m BELG su DD ES RAYMOND MAN RECEIVES A LETTER FROM BELGIUM TELLING OF PITIFUL CONDITIONS Uayiiiond, Vah. 2!).-Leo Van Asaol, 11 well-known linymond Delglau latni-er, recently received n letter from a. ulster roHldinR In llelRiuni, and the eoninmnlcatlcn lets In a flood of light on the iictual conditions In |jhat war-Ktrlcken eountry. Almost two months wasi reiiulrod for tile icttcr to reach Ha f th� enemy. The Trans-Siberian P.alivvay passes for over B,000 miles through territory which is not unlike Manitoba in character, but wblph has perhaps a proportionally larger number of-titles owlugto ibe Uut that the Russian Khipire is older and more closely settled than Western Canada. Previous to the war the Russian Governinent carried on an active colonization camj>alga along thi.' line vnry similar to that carried on here by the C. P. R. with schemes to assist settlers Just as the C. P. R. has Ready Made Farms. 'Great.efforts are being made to complete the aoubl�^ tracking of the Traiis-SlbiTlan Rallwav, which after the war will be an important route for Round the World travellers. The connection 61 thlS-railway with Canada la getting closer every dayj Thv Russian VolnnieKr Fltct. operated' by the Russian Government, in connection with the" "Trans-Siberian, U sending steamers to Vancouver, and the Canadian G�v�riun�nt haa'vmmU� poictfU two Trade Commissioners In Russian cities to prumate trade between the two countries, -� v ' ; iTHER! DOi'T TIE CiJiCES IF CHILD'S ONOIIE IS COATED IF CROSS, FEVERISH, SICK, BILI- OUS, CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS. A la.vatlvo today saves a sick child tomorrow. ChiUli'en simply will not lake the time from play to empty their bowels, which beoonies clogged MV with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach .sour. Look at tho tongue, Mother! if coated or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, reBtleas, doesn't eiit; heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's all-iijent, give a toaspoonful of 'California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry vinco of Quebec n provisional prohi-b tlon area for sokllers, if lie wlslies, under a bill Introduced in the executive assembly yesterday by Hon. Walter .Mitchell, provincial treasurer. Tho bill, which was given first reading, provides that tho minister of militia, upon declaring any hotel out of bounds and notifying tho provincial treasurer's department, that hotel will he told that it must not sell litiiior to soldiers, under llie regular penalties provided for In the license act. This is to apply to any and all bars in the' province and during all hours of tho day. At present bars are out of bounds for KoldlerB attoi- S i).m. Hon. Air. Mitchell stated tljat many people had roquoBtod tho govornment to'take tho action now proposed. Mayor Hardie Presents a Very Complete Report on Trip East We saw several niinisters but. the transeriiHlon of notes taken right on the spot where the interviews were had. I Signed) W. D. L Hardie, Hugh Boyd. Take Advantage Editor Lethbrldge. Herald: Sir:, We wish you to say In connection with your publication of the 1 -Mayor Hardie this morning submit- no cnw rovciui iiiiiiiniv^n ^-uv i..,^ .------- - m,,,,, ted to the city council a report W ' converBatlous were of a more or '-{^^'� X�lie Xt%t'^ls per& SonrfW^ ' , , , ,.,.,ii,i,,,i i,, .ho ; perfunctory nature; because we dld.pO'iaie tnat n.is perioguy uoim uuo FATAL FARM FIRE ; Taloga, Okla., Fob. 29.-The bodies of seven persons wer^ fo,und early this morning In tne ruins of a farm house which burned some time during last night six miles norOiwest of here. The dead have been identified as M, Creed, the ocotipant of the house, his wife, three children and two brothers. what was accomplished by the as;4oc!atlon FWday evoning ' c^B.'iary, It'bUouUI bo t.ho first treat-1 lust In Cbipp's li,nll was liirgeU- at-mont given in any .slftknosa. jlondcd, Speorhos- wore iie;ivore(l by ciilldreii of all uge.'i and for prnwa-jra the ))Q]:de:i Okhii Epwser govevn uAh plainly urlntod on the bottle ' metits. J,T. Cnvep i-, Icivln- toni-t-'I^hok' carefully and luso that It, la; row tor \i2tar'.a to ntlcud th(> t^raiion nutiio >by tho "Ct'.'.l:'oi'nl:i l'l� Syrup! if tho hoiisn, Comi�nnyi"-^-AilverUsenis"l. .'March. � wliloh Is ctilled i^v going by. the '1 p.m. train. Tho out coino of our session with him was as follows: 1. Every married man enlisted, outside of Lothbrid.!;o',.for a battalion recruited in Lethbrldge is entitled to the Patriotic Fund money from the day he enlists. 2. Sir Herbert wijl. pay the Patri-otic Fund inoney lo every man-led man billeted ill th'e hotel, i.e., ho will look uppn billeting in the King's hotel as equivalent to being in barracks. Toronto whero the mayor had some busim-ss in connection with city treasury notes w'llch wlir be dealt with in a soimrate re'iiort. Wo proceeded to Ottawa at the earliest possible moment and through Mr, Magrath and Hon. Mr. Rogers, . we got Into touch with General the i Hon. Sam Hughes almost at once and after some discussion he agreed to the f'oUowiiig: l.That tlie area in which active re-bruiting for the Lethbrldge ^ Kilties would be permitted should reach as far north as Red Deer and there would bo no objection to pettlns recruits any pUtae they could bo got. 2. Tliat Lethbrldge would got any consideration Edmonton got i.n military niatters. 3. Would BOO that all our men got the soparatlcn allowance. 1. Put it down tliat we would liavo a pormanout recruiting stuticn here.in Lolhbrldgn, Wc did not risk for tliis and are douhtrul' nbotit Its boiiefits, but when ho jolted it down wo did cbiccl. 5. Soldiers would be allowsid to go from cauip to help In the tiociilnB to ! q.uH.or vcilenr, ot on av.y rxtont rfiy.ulrtd, to hclii the ((hto� 1 clearer inforanlion cm o'lt. In the ('l�crrs'iru .vi"!! 3!r 3ani' MitIk'.'!. he rtotcd cnr'.l|a{.'.ca ly (.Isat th'' S'li'cno Cam.o v-nuld be ihy mulii: Alberta Caiuj) this year us last year. poet fulllnient to the letter, TO dally is to lose. Yours truly, , W. L. HARDIE, Mayor, HUGH BOYD. CANADIAN INVENTS MACHINE TO SHOOT FLAMES 70 FEET Halifax. N. S,;.Feb','29.-Sergt. Lawrence ot Tr.uro is the inventor; o� ,a machine calculated to bring an unpleasant surprise to tho Huns, P. F. ^'siivHorbert promlsod"that tlio sep-lLawson, of Berwick, N,S., who has aration allowance dlflloulty wouid bo just returned from EtiglaniJ,' tnot fixed ,up at once, and Sir Herbert's prl- Sergt.-Lawrejnce In lX)ndon, and was vttte secrotary gave us the following i Shown the plans of the'now machine, notation;  ' i�jtil'>li >,>io U lu unflnrsitnnrt Vioon on. "As. soon as separation allowance Is heipg paid, wire Norri.s of Ottawa, who will Instruct f.'algary to honor Lelhbrldge's requisitions." Thls'roporl is written hurriedly in order to iiresont it as soon as possible to the council so that it may beoome whi2h has, it la understood,,been ac cepted by the war bflloe. On ji trial of tho machine it was! fo,unil that a shaft of flame could bo projected for 70 feet. Tho heat of this flarne is so Intense that it literally burns up barbed wlre^ ontaugicmpnts. At tho same, time a-deudly .sns Is omitteil. tits, public property and those Intbrosted Tlio niaobino can^bo Ito.'it in operation pot and ^^rfEutcd could be governned by ifor ImU' an hour If noceesary. The I tho. Ill form � lion Bet Cnrlli la it, apparatus can bo carried on a man's U' there is any point that is not back, Under-Sergt. J-awrouce'a su-which more or porvislon," a largo aumber of these IB desired, wo machines uro being raanufactiirad for BhsU.itO'(Slaa ii' tlio rprtlet' wi:i call: early ufl?, us up, when wo w'llf'bo plnd to gl/o i - >.\_..'..v;,;' . thrm .ttUvitho tulloai information wo | lion. Col, Noel Marshall was elected have, '  irotldoiit'of the Canadian National TUefOfogolHK report Is practically a exhibition.  . Scenes from "Tillie's Punctured Romance" at the Orpheum tomorrow. The big mill flour-^ The big loaf Wnd. 18 ;