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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I uk Li:TMmvjnr.i. daily ueuald JNDifiESTION AND CONSMION ^ Quickly Reiisved By "FrulM-tlves" "[siifleretl foe many yrais wilh iriTiblf fiidi,!;n/ii'i:>in(f L 'tsNt-r..'iii>:. X iieighbnr mlvisotl iiu> (v> :n-"Friii/;}-/i;Ys'\ 1 flio M:f(iri>o "f my docioi', I Ivgan to improvo :;nil he advised me to go on ViitU " Fyiii'-iiiiifs". I consii'pr tliai 1 owi- my lifo lo 'I'rtjil �.1 livr?'';inu v.'iio sillier (Voiii Iutii;Ti''*^tioii, Constipation or 1 IcailacliON - iry ''l"ruit-ii-tives"iiiul>oii will get well". CORt-\'I'.V;,vn>KK.\i". .Vio.a box. (i lbr.'iJ..".0. Irial sire il.'io. AT ill! altackod tlii" ; woelt. The ncommeii(i:it!oiis of Chi�t| ' lliirily of tho fire tloiiartmeiit for )n-j ! croase in the oquipuiont of the brieiii!"' ; were ronsltleroil. Thon iheir pledge on the continuation of the present administration's war policy. i, I priceless art treasures i destroyed in venice The MORNING CEREAL . will taste all the belter aud be ail the more nourishing if plenty of milk from this di'.iry be used. Otn- milk is excrptiouaiiy ricii in '.ream aud fine in flavor. Uet-ter have a bottle left at your door every moniing. you c�h have it regularly for Lireaktast. I'hoiij l"i7G._ Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 1 ! : : * ? c : : -> : GROWTH OF MINING ' > CLASSES .% > .> .j London, Mar. 3.-Priceless treasures of art In Venice have been gravely damaged by Teutonic air raiders, who appeared to select historic buildings and monuments as their targets. . The casualties were very small. Grave damage was done to the Ou-^ cal Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, the Church of St. John and St. Paul, and the Church of St. Simon, as well as other treasures of Venice. IMMIGRATION OFFICE The Herald has authoritative information that the ininiigration office at KAISER BUYS MORE STOCK IN KRUPPSi Lethbridgo will be closed ui an carl.v date.- This action of the l5omlnio� Kovernment la in lino with the closins: of the land offices at several points throughout lUTS.wesi. It is argued that the iinmigration office here has outlived Us usefulness'and chn be dispensed -Willi. t It is understood that the department, will increase the number ot official.'-. ! at Coutts. where most of the work of ' the ininilgratlon depnrimont is no\v done, and that some suitable aiTaiifee-meuts will be made for the issue of j passports here. I Mr. A. Primrose has been in charge ot the Lethbridge iimnigration off'.te . here tor some months. PORTO RICA GOES DRY ' In tile fai! session 191(i course.' by ->.un"'-^spi".ndence wore started ai the; ; institute with an enrollment of 50. and '� 'night classes organized in the dif-1 ferent mining centres o' Uie province; with a total- enrnllment of .so. This j Initial resis;r.\tion luoked very prwfi-j ising and when the provincial exjnii-nations were held in .May. the results ; showed a marked improvement over previous year?. These course.? especially appeal to G'enev.i. Mar. 4.-Bankers who have returned from Frankfort say that Emperor William, who has * been a large stockholder in Krupps, has bought shires amounting to nearly a million pounds , sterling since the war began. j RECOMMEND ABOLlTiON '� OF PILOTAGE cbM^IISSlON I San-'Juan, Porto Rica, IVIar. 4.- Porto Rica went dry at midnight S.lturday night. This followed an 'act of congress, which the election of last y'uiy f.iiled to repeal. This act prohibits the importation, manufacture, sale or gift of Intoxicating liquors or drugs. A local law permits the manufaotur^ and sale of beer containing not more ^ than 2i.> per cent of alcohol. ' those who are intending to secure cer-; _ - tifieatea as mine managers, pit bosses, Ottawa. Mar. 4.-The report o.' ilie : fire bosses and the instruction is grad- t^owmission appointed by Hon. (.*; f. U'ANT SAFE CONDUCT ed to suit e^ich division. I Kallantyue. minister of uiaHne. to in-' Wherever the miners work thiei'i ^'^''tjsate pilotage pondttlon.s iiv the MONDAY, MAHCH^, IjMS FRANK H, CROCKARO  I'lestdent Nova Scolla Steel & Coul t;o, Xew Glasgow," N. S,-(British & Colonial Press). WIN THE WAR FOR PERMANENT PEACE New York. March 4.-"Win the war for permanent peace." is the title for a national convention called yesterday by William Howard, Taf(, fortnor president of the United States and a committee of prominent � men anil woinon to laeet In Philadelphia from March 16 to IS. The cull for the convention states the objejct us follows: "^I'o sustain the doteriuinraion ot our people to fight until Prussian mill-larlsm has been defeated: confirm opposition to a promnturu pence, and touus attention upon the.only advantage the American people arc hoping to gain from tlie war-a permanent peace guaranteed by a league ot nations." The weatherman ran the gamut from ati^illng spring to grim winter on Sunday. Ite opened the day with spring, the thermometer registering at high as 51.S during the forenoon, bringing out the golf-era and,the spring.hat^. In the aftoKnbon he took a turn for the worse, Arid'sent along n billiard with the nSercury 2.5 below zero, for a change of 04 degresa during the day. The mercury was still , hovering round lero at noon "Monday. Winter's Last Kick Calgary, Jtac. 4.-Central and aouth-orni'Alberla arc today suffering the inconvenience Ot what, it is hoped, will bo ^Wnlfi^�fl last kick. With tho ther-hiometer slightly Iiolow thu zero mark Ibis niorning and an IS mile wind blowing a more discomforting situation exists than thai created by thirty bolcw weather. The mtninnjni at Calgary during tho night was 12 below. Owing to thifc snow fall yosierdnv and the high'wind the Grand Trunk j-Pacitic line between Calgary and IM-monton Is lied up and this morning's train out of Calgary was cancelled. Saskatoon Gets It Saskatoon, Mar. 4.-Tho worst blizzard ot the winter struck Snskntoon today, leaving; drifts four nnd five teot deep with snow .still tnlHng. At noon no street cars liad been oporatcrt, and tho train service was irrogulnr. Trains from tho south arrived oh tini?. That there is needjfor.iu*! i�le to clour up the otiistandtiii; tAMB ie mailti tiu'ile Qvldout from tljfeifact that during the niontiis ot .rantiary arid Jt''ob-ruiuy ot thjH year only JIS.OOO lii *�x arrears havn beon paid in 'As AgRliirt $25,000 fur tlie oorreKpqtidlbg: ihunth last year. Tho bolfct at tno city hAll |m. Iiowover. that a lai'ije Tolume ot tto;:oH will be paid in tlil^ moiith to escapo IhB penalty of the costs oIa tax fi civilians and returned soldiers more than tripled the first i year. / ! This i-emarkable progress lias not i , only been a source of s"at4stactiDn to ! i t!ie staff of the institute but has besn ! ; watched with great interest by the i monibers of Western Coal Operators \> Association. As evidence ot their ap-*preclation of the courees aud the in-I creased efficiency ot technically train-, ; ed officials they have voted a substan- i ,i!al .sum to purchase three metials forj the candidate.? obtaining tJie bighest It is staled that the report Cij'iitatns a rpcomrnendntion that' the Hiilitax Pilotage Commii^ibn be abolished as a result of the recent disaWer to;that cit.v. ' Buenos Aires, Mar. 4.-The Ar- > gentine government has asked the ' British minister to obtain a safe '. conduct forsJormer Ambassador : Count Luxburg, permitting him to leave Buenos^'Aires on the Swedish steamer Valparaiso, i%hich will sail in a fev/ days. It Is understood that the American embassy will not object. ' RECORD BOMB DROPPING Communications under this mnst be.Tr the- signatures writers. ' .. FEDERAL |-^|^ At PHONE 305 K^X^^^li^ ORDER NOW ^Immediate Delivery Lamp, per ton ... S5.75 Nut, oer ton ... $3.75 FEDERAL COALS, LTD. HILL BLOCK �WE WANT FURS Mfiskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LET>IBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR 00. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References; Stand.-ird Bank Office Phone 795 ; Residence Phone 326 t tions i|ho have completed the courses " i under flie direction ot the Institnte. The ^/conditions upon which these prizes I will be awarded aro as follows:- 1 11) The prize winner must..have .conJpIeted a reguKir correspondence l-ocrs8, or havo a certified full attendance in night classes. 121 Tlie first prize will be awarded to the student obtaining the total highest percentage in the examination for firit class certificate under tho Mines Act. (.'!) The .second prize will be awarded \a the .student obtaining the tot-:il highest percontage in the examination for second class certificate. (4i The third prize will be awarded/to tlie student obtaining the total highest percentage in the examination for third class certificate. At Lethbridge- on .July Ist, 191(i, the Rocky Mdantaln Branch of the Canadian Mining,Institute i.s holding its annual competition in first aid to the Injured and mine rescue and it has Tlieen suggesteij that the medals be presented to the winners at the same time as tlie prises to tlie winners in th competition. London, March 4.-In the month of January, say-; an official statement is-, sued today by the war office, the hepdlng j Germans dropped 1482 bombs in the ot the area occujiled by British troops In �( /' � France. In the same period British - . .. 'i ; aviators dropped 7053 bombs in eneniv !N,aTpHlES.' i areas. The Germans dvoppci only 221 , ._ NO TRUTH ___________ I percentages in the dittereni aiamiua-j Editor Herald, bathbridge:-: , , ^,,,,a,, ,.,,i,i;, w,.., ' gfr,_-in v].,Ulng various dpnimnni-1 liombs in the day time, the staieinont ties 111 Southern Alberta I hive found ; add.s, whil.. the British ..^.900 between a iiumbw of people irjioiire bach.dls-i sunrise and sunset, lurbed by letters whiclf have recent-' ly appeared in the Calgary Eye Oppner FIREMAN BURNED TO DEATH tractor Repairs We fipoclnllze in reborlng gas Iracl.or cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons aud rings. Wo havo in stock ut iir^sefit oversize piston.s for all popular maiscs ot gas_tiactors. Ford Engines Rebored ' NIVEN BROS. 210 Ist Ave. 3. , , Phone 1732 LIGHT AND HEAVY HOU$E MOVINS c'oAu, c:o. c. CITY CARTAGE CO. ; I" Vap. Hern Bros;  Bth St. S.'/: -. Phone 43� Norfolk, Va.,.March 4.-The 1,700 ton ferry "steamer Cnstleton, the coal barge Edith and a government light-slilp were -ise circulaled in connection with the work of the Red Cross: The main --- purport ot these stories and clrtirgeK ; .Ottawa. .March 4.-Two cases aris-Is that Ued Ci-oss supplies liave beAn injTont of war conditions in Montreal sold to soldiers and oivlliaiis w'h.Ue a ' were decided by Mr. Justice Maclon- niiraber of riimors are also afloat in which Miss Plnkhani and .'WrH. V�;aag-en, provincial joint secretaries" arc nan in tlie admiralty division of the e?;oheqner i ourt SalArday, Two ships engaged in i-arryIns munitions t�l" the c-redired with salaries ranging trotn I aIlTe.s"iiadVollided on October 2S," 1917, ?l,!i00 to $2,000. To me, tho amazing j and both datiiagod. thing is that intelligent people':'will accept these stories as true. y.'lUiout taking the trouble to make any. on-qutrle."!. These people pass the tales on to others aud thus lend their aanies and influence to whaL.'wotild otherwise be,considered but idle rumors, it caii-noi he too strongly. emphasized-that such storle?, tend to Induce peoplp lo withdraw their support from the'.lled Cross work and that'those who deliberately cause them to b'e clrcuiatod are guilty, whether'Intentloitally or otherwise, of prorCierman i>ropaganda. No officials of the Ued .Cross .��oelefy so far have received' any, salary .either directly or indirectly and no Red Cross supplies are sold unless bIoIbh. it Is the duly ot evei-y loyal citizen to endeavor to trace these stories to their sources and give' Information to.the authorities. The officers .of the Red I Cross are determined- to do their ut-1 most to stop tho continuance of rum-j ors which aro entirely witiioul any foundation ot fact and which'are evidently designed to cripple tlie work. Kindly .crlticiam is valued but mall'' ions rumors are not to bo tolerutcd.'iand wo feel that all who are In sympalliy with tho work will co-opyate'with;the . The .stffl steamship Tunisie was ' loaded Willi Diuiiilions for the Belgian government and the ship Cabotia, a wooden .-^teamahip, was coming ' to load-munitions for the'British government wlir-n the coll'sion occurred, Kacli Kle.iiiiship brought action againai ] the other. 'I'lie court found that " the latter wi'.s r-ntiroly at fault and gatf�44ll judgment accordingly, leaving tlie a,i-sesament of damages to W. Sir.ipson Walker. K.c, reglsti-ar of the court. SWCH ITS FINE! RURAL COCNCII^-OR fXSl2ATI:;D (Vulcan Advoi'Hi'il I - On Wednesday last his honor Ju(lge j Winter gave judgment tor the. appli-I cant in the case whore Andrew Lar-, sen applied that Norman Hinnon, elected on January l-l, 1018, as coun-cillpr for Division No. :'. of the Local ( Improvenioiit Dl.slrlct No. ir>S, be ousted on account ot irregularjly at the election., ^ . ' According to llie ev.'dcnce of Lar-sen he^ and Hinnon were, nominated j on January 7th to contest tho election for Division .Vo. The poll was tak-iMi at tho Richmond , school on the day of election, January Uth, and Robert Irwin was the returning ol-i~. ticor. After the ciase ot the poll the returning officer duly counted tho votes in the presence ot the two candidates and others, and declared Lar-sen elected ovjr Hinnon liy 15 to 14. Hut instead of destroying the ballots in the presence ot tlie witncnaes', Irwin took them homo and next morning he notified Larsen to tho effect tliat Hinnon bad been elected. The retufning officer afterwards made a declaration in writing to this effect and banded it to the secretary^treas-nror, Mr. A. J. ji"lood. Judge Winter (*ave judgment' to the affect (bat Hinnon* was ousted from the office of councillor. No costs were charged, and the $25 deposited in court a.s .security tor costii by Larson was refunded. Carter's Uttle Uver Pills You Cannot be A Remedy Th^t Makes Life Worth Livilig Constipated and Happy Small Pill Small DoM Smtll Price Caaiiine bciri sltnstnn A�IL^p,^rhV;^?s'-i'c? pARTER'S IRON PIL1.S many colorless faces but will greatlj^ help most {tsU-faccd p�M>pl� �the BEtR W itmout A PEER � BRIW^O AND tOTTllO BY SERVE COLD TXE LJETHBRID6E BREWING & MALTING Ca iTO. ~ LBTHBRIOai. AUIBIITA. 'Rape's Diapefisin" Fixes Sio(r�t-sw�',. Al-berti P)-ovlnel�l' BrAneU,' CiDA-dlau Red Crosi tSovijty, � then it anyone 8houId�at something which doean't agree with tliem, it what ihev eat. lays like lead. ternJenU and sour-., aud forms sas; cftises baad-ache, dizisinesB ai>d tiaiisea; 'eructations Of ucld as^ undlisoBted food- rumijiubor aasooa iis Pape'f) piapcpslu comeii iu cup^ji^ct v/ltb-tUo atooiSQli all such disti-6BE,,y_aui{ihW. Us ,prompt-, ness, corUiih,ty. and ?a8� i� overcoming the '.'.'urst stomact) disorders '.a a revu-laUou lu lUos� who iri^JLT-Adveri.-', , in-a few days' Ume Make Your Clothes last anotherieakon. The policy of the nation a^ present is to conserve. But the man or woman who discard^ clothes just because they are dight-ly soiled or worn is not only indiHging in e xlrayagances but is wasting-ra thiii|t '' which we are urged not to do. u Dig down in your cedar chest. Get out. y'our lastsprltig's dresses, coats, suits robe. Send' them to ua and let us renew them. -in fact, your entire ward- We'll clean and repair them, faultlessly, atid make It unneceesary for you to spend money for a new outfit Our City Dyei|g & Cleaiiing Works L ,413, FIF-TH ,3T, S. 2 DOORjiiJUTH OF ORPHSUM THiATRt �HONS 444 8468?8?6 93 ;