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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iiETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAGE B�rlln, ,|VUr, 1.-fiterma*, tropp�^|*flfcoYtzk, midway botweon Dviuak an school hoards :uljust the summcr \ cation to roItiehle with the h'lr*.' ! time. Mrs. Moody asked que?t ion a^ uj ~ A Mo line Tractor saves the expense of } Falling Off in Number of Men Since the Force Was Organized a Year Ago London, Feb. 28.-Tokio advices frowurdod in a Rcuter dispatch from Shanghai say Unit the Japanese ambassador to Russia, Viscount Uchida has postponed his departure frotn Pet-rograd. - It ia believed, the dispatch says, that the Russian government has made a now proposal. - \ Give )t When Feverish, Cross, Bilious, For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. Look at the; tongue Mother! If coated, It is a sure sign that your little one's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough clcanalng at once. j When peevish, crosa, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act nat-. urally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath T?ad; has stomach ache, soro throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of 'Figs," and In a few hours all the foul, constipated .waste, undigested food and 'sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well playful child again.  You needn't coax sick children to take thjfl harniless "fruit laxative"; they love^its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of' "California Syrup of PJgs," which has directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownAips plainly on the bottle. Beware Qf counterfeits sold here. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind .with contempt.-Advertisement. - 4 (Special to tho Herald) t Edmonton, March 3.-In reply to questions asked in the legislature Premier Stewart informed the house that 216 men had been taken-on tho strength of the Alberta Police Force since Its organization, in February, 19)7. Tho strength at the present time was 139. Fourteen men had been dismissed for various calisos, Including disgraceful and immoral conduct, making false statements neg-legence 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 theii\ pay. Lately a few had been drafted. The more serious crimes, the premier' informed the- member for west Edmonton, took precedence over the liquor act. At present there was a special staff of seven men engaged in investigations of contraventions of end act. ; Inspector SchVrer's resignation was not, he replied, called for by the board at a time* when serious charges bearing on the good cpnduct of the force, iilado by him against'Supt. McDonnell were still ponding. "There were no charges pending against Supt. McDonnell," he said. To question by Dr. Stanley, High. River, Hon. J. R. Boyle stated that the institution 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 the feeble, minded would have no stand by until after- the war and that those persons would have to beHtaken care'of in various homes until that time. ' . Meantime, said the minister, the government was taking the necessary steps to secure the fullest information in regard to the number and classifi-I cation of- tho feeble minded In the province.. , In answer to Fred Davis, Gleichen, Hon. A. McLean stated that no contract had been let for a bridge across the Bow River giving an outlet from "Que5nstldwn district to  Cluney but $31,644.44 had been expended on the work. Official dispatches In tho last two days have reported the departure of various diplomatic representatives from Pet rograd and it has been assumed they were leaving on account of the approach of the German forces. No advices have been received regarding any negotiations with tile Russian government upon! the dutcome of which depended the presence in Pet-rograd of the Japanese ambassador. Washington Much Interested Washington, March 1 -Japan's proposal for action in Siberia has crowd-od German Chancellor Von Hertling's speech into second place In the consideration of officials here and there were indications today that the decisions were being formed which soon would show themselves in some ar* rangement 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 Hlertling's speech was dissipitated today by evidences that the president is making no such plans at this time and probably does not consider it necessary to reply to the German chancellor for the present at least. Before the .president speaks there doubtless will be an interchange of views with London and Paris so that if Mr. Wilson speaks he f' *will- express the view of all the co-be*! ligerents as on previous' occasions. Outward indications today were that the president was studying the question of American participation With the Japanese in Siberia to the exclusion of other subjects. * r The Women's and Chfld-ren's Shoe Store 4 New Stock, New Styles, Lowest Prices, 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. We oarpy Canadian and American makes/ width A to D. i KOTICE ^apan Better Able J = Washington, March 1.-Japan's pro-) * posal for action in Siberia was taken up at today's cabinet meeting after-it had been discussed between Secretary Lansing and Lord Reading, the British ambassador. It was understood ud conclusions were finally reached but that exchanges of opinion were going forward favorably. America's participation with Japan in'such an enterprise was discussed at the cabinet meeting, but It was said an opinion that Japan was better equipped to go ahead quickly and take the necessary action alone was well asserted. . . TO C. G. PAULSON: TAKE NOTICE that the Pioneer Lumber Company Limited has com-meuce'd action' against,: you for the recovery df1 $262,85" and interest, being the amount due for goods sold and delivered to you by the above company in September, A. D. 1JU6, and also that Garnishee Summons has bee?i issued directed to Emll Wattum, Grassv Lake. Alberta. AND TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that you are required to either file a Statement of Defence or Demand of Notice with the Clerk of the District Court at Lethbridge by April ,lutht A.D. 1918. otherwise judgment will be entered against you for the amount so found due, SHEPHERD, DUNLOP & RICE, Lethbridge, Alherta,) Solicitors,for the plaintiff herein. Approved-": J. iA\ J, , Ad B STOP TEACHING OF GERMAN IN NEW YORK New York, Mar. 1.-The American Defense Society In a statement issued last night against the compulsory teaching of German in the schools declared that New York city spends $165,000 a year to instruct thirty thousand school children in the language^ "The time for the sentiment that 'you cannot make war on a language,' has"' gone by," says the statement. Jf - ^Having,' said ;pur to Milne's Transfer, 1 THREE TO ONE IS vTHE g RATIO OF*;MOLINE UNIVE^-AL PRODUCTION OF,191,8 TO, " 1917. , j business we wish to thank all our customers w [or -their patronage during the past/ two years we. have been in the draylng business. .... �. . . . Turner & Witchell / T At This Store Will Give Satisfaction and You Arc u ^ Requested to Compare Prices. lbs. Blue Ribbon Tea, .per ^kti $1.20 Blue R^bon Tea, per lb. ... 55o : Try, Our 'Bulk Coffee at lb.-40o -^CtooahuV Edelweiss brand,'per �  :'lp.lf^^w^;.^.:.. 40c- the* Beat Creamery Butter, 8at-' 'uVday, 2 lbs. $1.05 Baby Size St. Charles'Milk, 3* Vwhitb'.Star taking Powder, 16 6*.- tin ;a*-;7; ,rt.\W....v........25c Crown or' Royal Brand Norwegian Sardines .'n;;^.......'20c Herrings' In Tomato * 8auce( * each: ......20o Royal Excelsior^ Dates, each 16c Rolled Oats, per pkt.......30c Green" Peas, per lb.........15c - 7 Lima Lima Beansi per:lb. lb. 20c PHONE 1160 601. NINTH SOUTH JUDICIAL SALE OF CITY PROPERTY Pursuant to the Order Nisi and final order for sale in an action in the ^Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial die? trlct of Calgary, S. C. 127.28, there will be sold with the approbation pi the Master, at Calgary by public auction at twelve o'clock noon on the 16tLv day .of March, A.D. 1918, "at tjie Court House at the City of Lethbridge by Frank WaddingUm, Auctioneer, of by Prank Waddington, Austtoneer, Lots 1 and 2 in Block 65, Plan 723-D Lethbridge, subject to tho.reservations and conditions in tlie grant from the Crown and in existing Certificate of Title. ' This property is "a warehouse pro-' pertyrto which there�runa a spurtracjt of tlie C. P. R. The Vendor is it'n-formed that there Is on this property a building 36 by 110, two storey frame/ iron clad with brick ba-seraent-floors' 2 b^ 6 mill construction, tar and gravel roof in a good, .state of repair. Tire basement of the above, building is an excellentone with about a nine foot clearance and has entrance door at street level, which especially ada^t^'f it as well as the other part fbr machinery warehouse. There is also :a built Jn scale and a hand hoist which will be left intact. t ^ I'he property will bo offered for sale subject to a reserve bid which has been fixed by the, Master. TERMS OF SAliE teh per cent lnt cash at the time of sate, balance in sixty days. In all other respects tlie terms and conditions of, sale will be the i stand-,; | ing conditions of the Supreme* Court' of Alberta." }:''.'.-^:\:- ;'t.-r'-% For further particulai's applj^1 |o-Messrs. MuirJ Jephson, Ada^''; �^ Brownlee, soUcltorB for the^^ndbr^ Calgary, Alberta, * -v ' \VA . . LAURENCE J,-CLARK1$ :|V/- ^ , Clerk qt the. Supreme Court t, Pated at.C.algary; .Albertaf this '26th' day of February, 1918.1" ;: VV f" n Approved ' ; . (Sgd.) L. F. CLARRY, , Master. ' Ad C t J HJiuiiiiimMiiinniiiniiiiiHiiniiiutitiuuMiiiuiiHiiMMimii WINE: TRACTOR' CAN ,P0; AS .5= wycH^s^lNG^ANp-pfARfe ROWING AS TW.O-MEN !W JH( TWO OUTFITS: (HOTISE DRAWN),; . . �i I k'- -. �� . ,a * - ��v. - - % r - If* .' .9*1 � *-.tet+:-" A Women OWING TO THE FAC"f THAT IT IS PIFFICULT TO GET COMPET-ENT HELP WE HAVE BEEN UN-ABLE TO TURN OUT ORDERS FOR CUSTOM TAILORING PROMPTLY, WE HAVE SECURED THE AGENCY FOR "QUEEN QUALITY" BRAND COSTUMES, COATS AND DRESSES. J THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF THESE HIGH GRADE GOODS IS HERE. WE Men Boys 4 >1 - 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 DRESS- ED IN A SUIT THAT H^S THAT ^INVITE LADIES TO SEE THESE WELL MADE, PERFECT^ FITTING 'TMNES. YOU WILL BE FAULTLESS-LY DRESSED EITHER IN "QUEEN 'QUALITY'* OR OUR CUSTOM MADE jCt)STUMES.  3 "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. 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 LlKE IRON." LET THE BOY SEE OUR SUITS AND HE t WILL WANT ONE. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. YOU WILL GET GOOD VALUE AND GOOD SERVICE WITH j + EVERY GARMENT. 200 NEW SPRING SUITS RECEIVED THIS WEEK. CUStOm Tailor 60S 3rd Ave. LAST CHANCE TO BUY and It* pi V i $35.50 Extension Table - $25.00 A solid quartered oak extension table, ex* tending to 8 feet on easy running or* ft ft gliders. Reduced to ............' fctKUU A An E. E. Dining Room Table 6 leg design and having a 44 inch top with six foot extension. Regular $28.85. 1 0 QC Reduced to V.................... lOtOtJ Brass Bed, Springs and Mattress A square.p^ost brass bed, a No-Sway coil spring and a Dixie .No Tuft Mat- go (JA tress. Regular $106.65 for ----OiiOU Steel Bed Springs and Mattress A full sized, snow white enamel bed, a cop-.- : pered wire spring and axohibina- n| tion mattreas! Regular $37.50, for ult&O Music Cabinets Three bnly^ Music Cabinets. Regular $29.00 to $80;76, In solid mahogany. 1 A Reduced to .......-.19^^^.t Three only, ^usic,. Cabinets which sold regularly a'O.^OOj $14:00 and 1A AA $15.50 in mahogany. Your choice lv�UU �t 'gHv trJ"T|^^^B -^'f v> _ _______ Another Curtain $1.85 Hat Racks, 85c. :P:M with-;a:::i Ten only, Gilt Pi'ame Hat Raclcs' small mirror. Both handy and useful For Quick Selling on Saturday Our regular $4.00 Net ' Reduced to Your choice of any picture up to i;:u,(,^ $2.25 W .............jL*ajp 2 Only, HaU Racks',,^ Fumed oak and the other in Old lfogH$jif;:f finish, stands 6 foot high and have a t-~"-",IJ Curtains Sit *   1 This is a very 'artistic design of Renaissance curtain in >the ecru shade,* suitable^ for either Living Room, Dining Room and Parloi'; 50 inches wideband 3 yards long. + 4 t 13.50 led plate glass mirror, 13x20. Regular $20.00, reduced to  Another in golden elm. Same size and style, at ...� Three Solid Oak Draft Screens! 10.0 WeU made and nea^y^inlsheflin ^pldemM fumed and old English. , ; ,1 .n^AlAtf| Regular $19.00 ..;:v.V.V ^^"�� 8-piece A Jacobean Suite consisting opi^DiifteiT table and chairs.. *Speciallyv- ': - priced at -:^-^mm White Enamel Bedrboin SuitefP* Comprising bed. coil spring, felt, 'matftgp chiffonier, dressing table, stool T OCl'-jJlll _%and rotjker. 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