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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IT. ft t ft?**** J dr. .� r p � � �f :f. \ - 1*. 1$ W r r L. 1- �V: l-r L - � ! 'l .1' ll -d r , r Jpr >r p V . f * 1 1 > 4^" 1.1 � H * � C - 1 i t *: - 1 rn � I ri -r lF . * Vf > l J. ' r lb - i- � L . 1 .VVj .1 f 1 �_ l ^ 7 �I 1^ t ' to i 1" \1 ^4 .3 1 :t.- j ft 'Vv.i't'-lti % -7 -ft" � � ^^ 7 L 1/ J - I- 'A x L ' r. r i1 1 y 1 >t. \m ? � 'lb h -I m a A t. 1 ^ 11 -1 _ ^ -it Jr. 1 *l ' T B1 1', it 1 9 _ 3V r* l. - r - '� i - y T J -ft > - I' I . r. EIGHT PAIRS ttUdtai'* "So-Comfy" Shoes Black kid button, with cushion soles. An ideal shape for the little growing foot. Sizes 4 to: 7%. Regular value $2.75, for..... 1.59 ARE 'S - 1 t Lp 4 ' P- i if I 1 j_ p � .^L& IH - -^LB - BH^. . � V ^ili^l^ili^ili^ia^ili^P^iia^ill^iiiil^i^ii^iiiil^i^p^iiiia^ili^il^il^ili^i^ - Aquestion that should set every mother investi^atihg-especially in vibw of the received a shipment of conditions uhderfoot * it \ . t 4- A v -1 31 P * L * * � ^ t 2.29 With black kid tops and cushion insoles, to insure 'comfort. A> boot, unsurpassed for appearance and quality/Sizes 4 Uf 7%. Regular 'value* :( |. (JA $3.00, for ,,..v, .v.- l�9�f With a neat bow. This is a beautifully finished slipper J and has very smart appear-\ ance. Sizes 3 to 7%. Regula* value fl.tB, * *......* i j � .1. - Vr Ik." hi ^4 j I' k>-. .4- -I- London. Feb. 11.-(Correspondence of the Associated Press)-Some of the r pomphlets which were secretly circulated in Berlin during the recent strikes consisted of savage attacks on the German emperor, a fact which was admttted^an^ deprecated recently, by the "German press. One of these pamphlets, smuggled out of Germany, reached the .Liverpool Daily Post which gives a literal translation, .which in part is as.follows: edness. disease and death, ruin ^nd destitution.' * V'All over the world w4 ar^; despised [and hated. On'our. forehead \res\s- th� curse of Cain. Men. shim us iur- the streets and our language Is forbidden. L - v * "When will peace come? It will come when Germany is ready, for it, and the time is approaching. _ "It will come when Germany learned the lesson of the ^var; when it has found, as every other nation. mJ, . has had to learn that the voice ofj^'e have you, Emperor William we Europe can not be denied with lin- P�ve youNto thank for, the achievements of a � centry of national effort punity. "The hour of peace will strike when 1 Germans no longer heed the makers' of war; when they despise and hiss the apostles of militarism and jingoism. Peace will come when the Ger-l mans say to j.heir .emperor: 'You, j whom we have followed and obeyed; j -you, (or'Whom.we have sacrificed our-? selves and our dear ones; you/who have not spared our ideals and beliefs* and ti*adiiions; we have sacrificed Ml Xo you-and what have we in return? Nothing but hunger and cold and nak* that been Jost ft � In wery human body there is continual strife, between s nervousness r>-J. ' f - � _ 'n r.V1 icuucul k��Jiua iiaccut vvccuwiicsra cuiu iuicluii;,�iuuiw�i lln changing seasons your system needs the {bil-toodin Toronto, -Mar. l.-^After the� civil authorities; are through' with Gap'Uin George T. Bailey, whose statements alleging drunkenness among soldiers in the trenches on Christmas Day result-' ed in Ms arrest today, the military intend to follow up th matter; "Cbl;H. C. BlckfordAwho- 'is - actings general officer^conimandnig � mr >;Qeneral v^Lpg-; gfe*s:"absence, states ^iE^.'tlie'fmili|fi[r^' menVstrongly disapprove of thefs'tate- 9 h T Up To The Fuel Controlled To Keen ThenL;(x0in2-Orders Fall Off h m - t '(Sndcial to the Herald) Edmonton/ -Alberta, March 1.-The agriculture committee of the legislature which consists of the whole house -r 1 . a. discussed with Hon. DUncan-iMarehall, iniater of agriculture, \today, the question of greater produdiipn,.Among the {>rqposals made that were, regarded as assuring- some effective] result were: An appeal to the employers in the city to release Uieirhelp for farm work securing to them their, positions and an appeals to organized 16-bor to lend a helping hand ;ln the>natlonal movement. Mr. Marshall ..said he l j would take,steps to'have the sugges-|-bringfbn^^^ticulariy cold Icution of Bailey/vvit was saSj:- After snaprbVer the pfsflriel provinces it I this process is qdMpleted^CapJaln I looks as it-'the m||pelof the month slack m * # ' _ V to increase- Med co r � 4 * * ---�->^ . -"\J .-.v -L," - �-i.....,* resistive power which thwarts troubles and rheumatism. and create that throat 1ni rqfyr, This is exactly Tjhat the mine own-rjanmpr- ers have beeu tryingjto avoid, bui they any action: Of, state that unless the fuel controller may" result in his "heiri his c6mmissio.n:^The^^ ties do nbtrvah�?-tovia their own '-until die"-' ciri-i; ^rosecutldii'takes a hand the iame old story of is completed. * : V -U. , slack ,time during^ffilarch, April and ' ' ' May would result.}} - The*nijlnes of X.e$ibridge aud^-Taber have:"Been raising-about 3500 tons a Field and garden crops ;^nd  p^iry products of the past year brought^Sas- S^oM^ff is high - powered medicinal ~ f ood9 free from^^^^ n***ve -t?0m shltt s. One bottle ItOW may prevent a sickness. 4 ^* Scott & Boirce. Toronb. Out 17-41 4p creased values-^ofUv^ two moi^Us would -mean a the toUr;-over- 1400^00^ of a'quarter o�; a million tons + j| ^P . i . fc - Eggs/ Recandled Cooking. f- > Extra Special, 3 doz. $ 1.Q0 � - ^ 1 Peanut Butter, 5 lb; tins, each^............$1.60 Bntter^r-Cloverdale Creamery^ this week\>. 52c Old English Floor Wax _........____ ____75c Tea-Donalco, large package, 2 lb.v 6 oz. ... $1,20 Tomato Soup* Urge tin...............20c George Washington'Coffee, per tlnf 45c, 75c and $1^ Brown & Poison's Semolina, 2 pkgs......... ^35c � Cowan's Cooking Chocolate, special,Jb-45c Gallon Tins, Corn on Cob.........*......... .-95c- 1 ; Pure /Potato Flour, pkg^ . .v.,.^V. v;^:i^15c 1 North West Fairy Socjas, Salted or Rlain, pkfl.; 45c; Peanut Butter, bulk,-perrlb. �agaihat next winteit^irieeds. What is the-fueL-controUeasibiiig to do about it? asks the operators. Toilet J'aper, on sale this week,.five Imported Abernethy Biscuits, special, lb. Nabob Coffee, per tin*...-. .......f...,---. Cocoanut, with milk, 1/2 lb. tins, special Scrub Brushes, Corn and .Fiber\ each * �  1 rolls for 25c Wire Clothes Ropes, ^eacrl....... �  * * :-t: * Salad Dressing Powder, 2 for...............25c Oleomargarine Finest quality, lb............. 40c ( r Dill Plcktes, gallon jars, eactv............ $1.50 Pineapple, Libbys or Gold Bar, No. 2 tin, each 30c Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, 3 lbs. for........ $1,0p JWhole or Ground) Coffee, Mocha and Java Blend ..........1.... 50c 4*4 36c;� * * � 1 ^ 45c v 50c 20c ^ .25= 26c; 25c 50 foot Cotton ClothecL-Fjopes, each____. Mop Cloths, 3 for Electric Soap Chips, pUg. Handy Package Washing Soda^ each ...ylgc.J. # ****** SOc^l BACON AND CHEESE J p Table Raisins, per lb* . ...... ........./y 25c Roman Meal,' per pkg. ............. 35c Pancake Flour, per pkg.............-......,. 20c Saurkraut, No. 214 lb. tins..........77...... 25c Spanish Pimentos, large tin .................30c 35c -^c Kerr's'Special Blend Tea, equal to 60c lines, per .,........Ii: sop ^Tuxedo Coffee, special, tin....... VV, 45 c Best Ontario, Brick Cfeam Stilton, Roquefort, Liii|b^rget-"/ Swifts' Premium Hams and Baton;t?0a^ Meal, Cooked Hams^ Veal Loaf� ? was broken up by th,e French fire, and the assailants were driven out except at one point where they gained a footing in an advanced trench element.: At the isame ti^e a stroitg German raid east of Suippes was repulsed ^completely. the Argonne, French patrols took prisoners. In the Woeyre there was rather heavy artillery lighting late in the night'lnji the -sectors of Regnlevl.ile ana ''Renienyuville. Everywhere else the night was calm., * * - - �.......i ------�_:_ lavqrable Instant Relief! "Pape's Diapepsln" Ends Your Stomach Troubles Forever. Wonder what upset your sumach- which portion of the^fobd did the damage-do you? "Well, don't bother. If your stomach, is in revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you ..just ate > has fermented into stubborn lumps,; head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acid and eructate undigee-^vatlon; because country./wpuW'rfgn^ot rted -{0pd'. breath, foul, tongue coitedr-be benefitted by tr^itef^^^^n-i just take a little Pape's Diapepsln dijaihs to.'mere Kpeculat^r^^Al^^ug--; and jn five minutes yo* wonder what gest certain portions^ land set ^idebecame: of the indigesUon and djs �'sale i subject - oecupationlurijiv^ r �-. r.-i Fl 4. �J--> - r for sale might be reserved , against soldiers application's,' ba^isr:yaluaT,ior acauirement from Indl*'W-a'u'd,,M^>tp soldiers being pricM^'ac'K�d;.^^uc- tion. .; >^:;.'i>'.s G. U. MARNOC -� f �- i ft* V^T"^ ^ ^^^^^^ ^ t t 1 r ^ F- > 1 - ^ VI ocers V 1 - : tress. - ... !� ,\.MIlii6ns of men and women today1' (enqw that it is needless to have'a bad ; aSomach. A little Dlapepsin occasion* J. ally, keeps this, delicate organ-regV-l lated and they eat ..their, favorite foo4s 1 Without fear. , ' If'your stomach doenn't'.take care of President Lethbridge iSoard1?of :^rade. merchant ctpamerU'InI'^^''"' \y�UT -J-beral limit without' rebellion; fylERCHANT ST|^M||,SUNK , ;, {% ^ ^ ft damkge in8fcead of^a New York* MaTcTl^he "MtMv belp' member the quickest, - ourest, wew Yoni> Maictl "most harmless relief/is-Pane'a-Dia- * If � -1 ^ - 3 f _ h_ , crew was rescued.^..^ for y sake; dotl.fc g0 on ana 0u witU; 11 Duty! Your repairs now, not next summer, but NOW. Boysvwho have been exempted for agricultural purposes are now ready for work for the vsake of production. Look your machine over today, order tomorrow. i�very 24 hours of time means a loss of 20 bushels of,grain. , ' CHRISTENSON - McCORMICK AGENT, MAGRATH L ^ t 3 ^ 1* |-6 A NUMBERQF and Bulls - y F 1 f-l .CLYDESDALES-Ail Canadian fared from Imported stock apd are bred right. / . ; . . - ^ ft, tp ^ f si res Also good Grade Stallions from well bred marea andklmpprted BULLS-A few Shorthorn Bulls bred in Alberta. Also a number of Grade Mares in foal and a number'of geldings. FOR FULL PARTICULARS AND PRICES CALU ON OR WRITE - X . TO t r ' - t l�AKOWKI P. q. a * J ^4 J ^ - ? j .-K - 1 .1 ^ 1 "I t - � j j 1 Jr . b f lT, f- � *1 Blankets, (Nearly orse 1 iJ 4 1 � _i On Section 26-6-1 l,W.4tli; oremost _ f . 9> 1 - r ' f ^ j 4 ^ t - 4 ^1 COMMENCING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP fl h - pphy� gen^e, age 6, weight iOOi).' 'All'above mares supposed' ' and Percheron/ 1 f I m i to be in7foal.; The Jioraes/ are, Clyde I. i. and ^erfidit 'on: the balsnc* till fall. BE^SERVEp, r f 9 -1 .A Auctioneer A. W. LINTON, L - V - f l -h - E ^ : 1* ^ - ^ - u -. F 1 -.7 1 ^ - v ^; ,.l'"s',t,'--;-*.S'.t r.. - i\ 7 i: 7. r ;