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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FlUDAY, MAHCH 1. 1918 ViHE LETimiUDGF- DAILY HERALD PAGE THTRTEiEN' The German Advance 1^ Reaches the Dnieper Bwlln, Mac. 1.-fllarmWft trodps,. Pflkov.'it- whicli plaoekpy aro'iald to ,i ooiUlnulnflitheir ndvanoo into Ru�-' �ln have re�ohed the Dnieper rlv-i or, the^vyar'office aiin6n(lopi.- AU*^ tro-Huno�rlnn troops hnvo begiih an advance Into Ukraine over wide SBdtoro north of the' Priith. The \v;i up nnd Ulu aloriiH of provislona in tlieir way destroyed, .> . {lorman troops aro alan voported to bo jiiovliig Biowly toward Luga from httvo (lonoantratod a division of Infantry supported oavnlry imd heavy ' '^Ilid r.oi'mans llkoWiHO nro dcclarml tn bo movhiK on Xbazh, olglily nilleo iiorlhonH Of ]>vlnBk. RUSSIA MAY BE ASKING JAPS STRENGTH OF A.P.P. ICH REDUCE Falling Off in Number of Men Since the Force Was Or-ganizetl a Year Ago Possibility of Intervention Now The Uppermost Question at Washington Ijondon. Fnl). 28.-Tokio advices frowardnd in a Heuter dispatch from ShauKluii flay liiat. the .JapaneHC am baHHUdor to UiiaHla. Viscount IJcliIda luiH postponed iilH dnparluro from Vet-rograd. ^ It in boHovcd, the dlRpalch Haya, that ihc U\isRian sovornnient has inadfs a now ])roponai. ALL CHim LOUE  "SYRUP OF F168" LIVER AND BOWELS Olve )t When Feverish, Cross, Biliou�, For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. Look at tlia tongue Mother! It coated. It ia a sure sign that your little one's litoniHch, liver and bowels need a centle, thorough cleansing at once. J When paovlBh, crosH, llatlesa, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act nat-urall.v, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath tjad; has stomach aclio, soni throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a toaapoonful of "Cailfornin Syrup of Klgs," and In a few ho\ira ail the foul, 'constipated .waste, undigested food and 'sour lillo gently moves nut of Its ll^ttlo bowels without griping, and you hdve a well playful child again. �You needn't coax sick children to take tli|s hamiless "fruit laxatlvo"; they lovejta delicious taste, and It al ways makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a ."iO-cont bottle of "California Syrup ot Klgs," which h&a directions for babies, child ren ot all ages and tor grown-ups plainly on the hottlo, Reware qt count erCeil:, sold here. To ba sure you get the genuine, ask to ace that St Is made by "California Klg Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind ,-wlth contempt.-Advertisement. ONf ESTERN FARMS Conference a( Ottawa Favorable To! Iniilnictlim ul these colleges and for t.\uw :ihort courses �ho�ld lie free, the s.itno ;u in military training, hut there should 1 Vlrst, tn what Hgri(!ultural activities , tural college, and a six wt^eks' or lv,o are women engaged and (o what ex.- � � ... ton!,? The eomniltli!!'. though nu^ognir.-(ng the fact that women were engaged In faril) work In ail the provinces, and that last, year they had l)eon engaged tslonSlyelr in,fruit and vegetable gardening^ and in the raising of poultry In the provinces of Ontario and Urlt-Ish Coluhiblfl, yet the conimiltoo was of the opinion Hint v.onien could be much more extensively used out of ddorB, m, 'lirlous kinds of farm ivorlf. However, a clause wa.s in.^erted In the commlttoe'it. recoiiimeiidations to ihe otfoel thaf. they do not do much plt.ch-Ing ot heavy sh(;av; Ki-.V. however, u was su^'gested tliiif. ^be school boanl.-i :id.|iist, the sumnuT v,i-cation to c,iliu-lib- with tlie h'lrve.u time. Mrs. Moody artkcil a i|ueK.(.ion ui agricultural production coiiimltfee. Btll A Moline Tractor saves the expense of a hired z man. Sh oes (Rpcclal to tlio Mor.itil) ICdmontim, March 1.-In reply to (luestions asked in the legislature Premier Stewart Informed the house that 21(i men had been taken on the strongtii ot the Alberta Police l^orco since Us organization, in February, 1917. The strength at tho'present tinio was 13i). Fourteen men had been dismissed for various causes, including disgraceful and immoral conduct, making false statements nog-legeneo and taking part in civil actions. A considerable number of men had left shortly after engagement presumably finding themselves unsuited or finding that they could not live upon their, pay. Lately a few had been drafted. Tlie more serious crimes, tlio premier informed tho member lor west Kdmonton, took precedence over the liquor act. At present thoro was a special staff of seven men engaged In -investigations of contraventions ot thd act. Inspector Schurcr's resignation was not, ho replied, called for by tho board at a time' when serious charges bearing on tile good conduct of the forcn made by him against Supt. McDonnell wore still ponding. "There were no charges pending against Supt. MclJonnell," he said. To question by Dr. Stanley, High. Iliver, Hon. J. R. Boyle stated that tho Instltiitlon at Red Deer was now being used as a convalescent home for soldiers mentally affected. The government had come to the conclusion that hospital provision for the treatment of tho fo.ebli; minded would have no .stand by until after tho war and that those persons would have to bo .taken care ot in various homes until that tinie. j Meantime, said tho minlst'er, the government was taking the necessary steps to secure the fullest information In regard to the number and clas.sifl-cation ot the feeble minded in the province. In answer to Fred Davis. Gloichen, Hon. A. McLean stated that no contract had been let for a bridge across tho Bow River giving an outlet from Queonstown district to CIpney but $;U,G44.44 had been expended on tho work. , The Women's and Chfld-ren's Shoe Store New Stock, New Styles, Lowest Prices, Official ilispatches in the last two days liuve reported the departure of various diplomatic representatives from Pol rograd and It has boon assumed they were leaving on account ot the approach of tlio German forces. No advices have l)een received regarding any' negoilations with the Russian government uponi the antcome of I whidi depended the prcseilce In I'ot-rograd of the .lapaneso ambassador. Washington Much Interested Washington, March 1.-.Japan's proposal for action in Siberia has crowded (jorman Chancellor Von Hertling's speech into second place In the consideration of officials here and there were indications today that the decls-ion.s wore being formed which soon would show themselves in some arrangement of international character to prevent the vast stores at Vladivostok and control of the Trans-Siberian ' Railway from falling into, the hands of the advancing Germans. The expectation that President Wilson was planning to address congress very soon In reply to Von Hortling's speech was dissipitated today by evidences that tho president is making no such plans at this time and probably does not consider it necessary to reply to the German chancellor for the prea ent at least. Ueforc the president speaks there doubtless will bo an In terchango ot views with London and Paris so that if Mr. AVilson speaks he �\vill express the vie\v ot^all the co-be^ ligcrcntsas previous occasions. Outward indications today wore that tho president was studying the question ot American participation with tho Japanese in Siberia to the exclusion ot other subjects, j ^apan Better Able Washington, March 1.-.Japan's proposal for action in Siberia was taken up at today's cahinet meeting after it had been discussed between Secretary Lansing and Lord Reading, the British ambassador, it was understood no conclusions were finally reached but that exchanges ot opinion were going forward favoj-ably. .\merica's participation with Japan in'sucli an enterprise was discussed at the cabinet meeting, but It was said an opinion that Japan was bettor equipped to go ahead quickly and take tho necessary action alone was well asserted. We have opened up In our old stand, corner of 4th Avenue and 5th Street South, with a full line of women's and children's shoes. Wo carry q.apadlan and Amer-; lean makes, width A to D. . DeWOLF'S SHOE STORE NOTICE TO C. G. PAULSON: TAKE NOTICE that the Pioneer Lumber Company Limited has com-moncoil action- against you for the recovery Of $262.85 and interest,, being the amount duo for goods sold and delivered to you by the above company in September, A. D. 191G, and also (hat Garnishee Summons has been issued directed to J3mll Wattum, Grassv I^ake, Alberta. AND TAKK NOTICE FURTHER that you aro voquire1b� trict ot Calgary. S. C. 12728, there will bo sold with tho approbation of the Master, at Calgary by public auction at twelve o'clock noon on the IGtlv day.ot March, A.D. 1918, at t^he Court House at the City of Leihbridge by Frank Waddlngtoji, Auctioneer, of by Frank Waddlngton, Austioneer, Lots 1 and 2 In Block 65, Plan 733-D Ijethbridge, subject to the reservations and conditions In tlie grant from the Crown and in existing Certitioate ot Title. This property is a warehouse property to which there>run8 a spur track ot thp C. P. R. The Vendor is In-tormdd that there is on this property a building 36 by 110, two storey frame, iron clad with brick basement-floors 2 bj^ G mill construction, tar and gravel roof In a good, state of repair. The basement ot the above, building is an excellent-one with about a nine foot clearanco and has entrance door at street level, which especlaiVy adapts it as woll as the other part for machinery warehouse. TIjere is also a built In scale and a hand hoist which will be left intact, >^ 'the properly will bo offered for sale subject to a reserve bid whic.h has been fixed by the, Master. TERMS OF SALE ten per cent In cash nt the time ot sale, balance In sixty days. ' ; In all other respects the terms and conditions of, sale -will be the standing conditions of the Supreme Coiirt oE Alberta. For further particulars applr to Messrs. Muir', Jephson, Adams. and Brownlee, solicitors to,r the Vendor. Calgary, Alberta. LAURBNCB J.-CLARKE; Clerk pt the Supreme Court. Dated at,CalBary, Alberta, this 25th day ot Feffruary, 1918. , Approved . ' (Sgd.) L. P. CLARRy, , Master. Ad C ^llllll lIHIIIIIIIIIIIt : ONE. MAN V�,ITH THE MO-UNE. TRACTOR CAN DO AS WUCH SEEDING AND HAR, ROWING AS TWO' MEN WITH TWO OUTFITS. (HORSE a DRAWN),> liiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuuiuiiiiMiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinHHumuiuiR iilt Grade Apparel at /or Women OWING TO THE FACT THAT IT is qiFFICULT TO GET COMPETENT help WE HAVE BEEN UNable TO TURN OUT OBDER8 FOR CUSTOM TAILORING PROMPTLY, WE HAVE SECURED THE AGENCY FOR "QUEEN QUAiLITY" BRAND COSTUMES, COATS AND DRESSES. THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF THESE HIGH GRADE GOODS IS HERE. WE INVITE LADIES TO 81E THESE well MADE, PERFECT^ FI-TTINQ �LINES. YOU WILL BE FAULTLESS-LY dressed EITHER IN "QUEEN QUALITY" OR OUR CUSTOM MADE COSTUMES. v.._- for Men for years we have been making clothing for well dressed men. we are showing over 200 samples of imported english woollens and can please men who are particular as to their appearance. why not be dressed in a suit that has that "made for me" appearance. it costs no more to be "known by your looks" when our custom made clothes will make a favorable impression. you will look like a gentleman in the suit we will make you. for Boys boys want neat clothes. the fit, pattern and wearing qualities appeal to them. our line of boys' clothing always sells itself to the boy. he knows our suits give him a manly appearance and they "wear lIkE iron." let the boy se.e our suits and he will want one. the prices are right. you will get good value and good service with every garment. 20O new spring suits received this week. .. F. THAELL, Custom Tailor 608 3rd Ave. S. YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY Furniture at 20 and Carpets and Drapes at 10 per cent ReductiQn A solid quartered oak extension table, extending to 8 feet on easy runnlns gliders. Reduced to $35.50 Extension Table  $25.00 table, ex- 25.00 An �. E. Dining Room Table S leg design and having a 44 inch top with six toot extension. Regular $28.85. |0 QC Reduced to..................... lO*Ou Brass Bed, Springs and Mattress , A square.post brass bod, a No-Sway coll spring and a Dixie No Tuft Mat- j�o Cfi tress. Regular �i0�.6ti for ...... 0�i�o\3 Steel Bed Springs and Mattress A full sized snow white enamel bed, a coppered wire spring and a corablna- n | A AA'' size and style, at ...,........     'I V�UM.' Three Solid Oak Draft Screens Well made and nea.tly finished In golden, fumed and old English. ' 1 O AA' Regular $19.00 l&isUU' 8-piece Dining Room Speaal ' A Jacobean Suite consiatlug of buffet, (able and chairs..,Specially. - iTA AA' priced at...................... I7�UU< White Enamel Bedroom Suite ' Comprising btd, coil spring, lelt inattressi chlC/oiiior, dressing table, stool lOC AA'' 4ind rocHer. Specla,lly priced at l^UollV'^ 1 I C-D ;