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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnTUY, MARCH LFTunnmrvK JOLLY JIMMY HIGGINS: TRIBUTE FROM THE SWISS! Tho news pap era of" Llio recovory ol tilt: coNcagucg.'When have devoted consMeraljlo t-jtaco to.tho day's work la ovor 'Jimmy' goes This Is Latest Desperate Str.iil To Which German People Hnve Ilecn Hcduced "Jimmy" Digging an Iiilerup.il ling- Iteli BO Idler in Ijoffio. Jllgglna, who was Eerloualy wounded at Ilio Front In co, 'and captured tlio Prus- slana, was fur tymo lime in a prleon canrtj In Saxony, from wMeh lie was removed Lo Uurtio, where lie han cn- llrcly recovered bis boallli, Tno Homer Dund expresses great adinlrallou for him. 11 Ifiostorj Eventng All iJio tmjlons onBagcil. primarily In tlm war gr.ii vo food. probl From England comes tho report that arrangement: sro being inado to lake over entire tho 19 11 wlioal crop ol Canada. Bug- land also maximum prices for such foqil cominorllllea as bacon, buuer and .tliccso. From Germany come atorlca-or dcaporalo alraiLa or Yi-holQ ItLes Elarvlng; of Lhc ugcil dying In. great numbers; of epi- demics oY9rwhelmIng 'a populate whoso power .pi resistance (o disease is limited; of pnronLa billing Lhelr children because unalilo.to faeJ them, This last unthinkable crime la assert- ed In (he most commonplace way by Socialist, member In a debate In the Prussian IJtjt Ho adds; "flacs II But flee for Ihe 'govermneiiL lo Incur the hatred of (he> whole world, or do they revolution at homo? The people havo liCQu.'ted on floo words enough." From Franco cornea tiowa Lhat tho government fa facing a wheat of bush- 'Jjimiiy1 sLatcly Utgglns la (lie Jolllcst hack lo hla quarters, but on Iho way always slops at tomo confectionary ot baker's shop to buy ewccla [on ILje children lie meets on Die way, lie speaks a few words Iti which Jio learned wJioi a prJeonDr-Jn ony, and when ho meets a few young- Elc-fa on Die street his happJnesaJe that ho dances about wilh fhDDi Lo iho surprise and admiration 1 of tlio passera-by, lie usually lakes n anywhere. .lie Ja Inl! and a JHtlo girl or hoy with lilm to hlE with' a' bewitching pair of seated on each Xneo, Uuo IIP speaks will) lio Leila them fairy stores In KiiKllBh, a cockney accent that lu like a Look while the housekeeper translates wllli, seven ecpls ID anyouo but nn llicra for Uio lienoflL'of tbo children. true '.hat but ho hag a. heart EO Every penny he has ho spends for bullet can break a crackers or candy to give to the UUlo 25 CENIS DE5W5 el a and [a lo' Increase tho acreage. The. ulinoat economy la urg- ed.- Polrosrad facoa BtarvaLlon though H has reserves ol wheat and rye. There the' trouble Is largely uccauao o[ Lra importation and distribution (llfficuillGarvHplglum, long on ilHrva- llon 'pltada u-Ilh HoVan-1 for EEol but Urllarui cm supply none. Wlrti the hunger bolt cla.ii r HIK' closer, ImcklciT at ii-n-.-vv notch every day, comes tho atory ol destruction- ol ;larub elevai'Us by tire, vmli -hundreds of triiusaiids of 'o[ grain Intcndc.L for iir ownctl Aides. Tlnna ore Indications thai German emlssnrica patters or sympathizers. narking In United Slates, have IncliijL-.l In Gthemca hatched, and m many Instances consummated, on United Sialea tbo dcstructloo of all food that .plight, .reach Germany's Just plottec! tho destruction 'of 'All Lhls la without for" United i'StBtoa law. heart that Is filled a Love Tor one 3, There IB not a child In Jlcrric humanity, especially for children. It Llial docs not know him and lovo said LhaL before (he war 'jimmy' him! Surely, the residents or Jlcrno gglne was a veritable cynic, IjuL hla will never loreeL 'Jimmy' ILIgglng." iporlonccs at the front and tho put- orlng ho Co undergo Imvo made Im ojio ol Mm lovollest clinracle-rs n tbo world. I WiUi Eorcral other irltlsh wounded 'Jimmy' la now an pprcntlco at wood cnrvlng. In a arse, airy studio, 'where Mr. Houlll- tonne painted lils'charnilug portraits f tioys mnl girls, presided over by ioultlbonitc's three dauglitc-ra, valcli over tlm iirleoners like tho ;ood fairies ol old, 'Jimmy' works rom nlno in, (lie morning unUI elr t nlylit wlln many EnEllsh and Drench convalescents Interned here, "'Jimmy' IB the life or Uio eludlo. lo ElngE tho whole Jay lone, ind his presenco has dono morn than tlic doctors could over do lo bring about me lit had no power (o turn Ibo army navy against, Ulslor. Only for Ilirco rcnsons could, trocus lQ Save Your Hatrl Make It .Thick, Wavy and Try Thlsl Thin, brlUle, colorless and' scraggy lialr Is mute evidence neglected scalp; of that awful scurf. Is so-rteslracLI'o to LUp as dandruff. It rotta UIQ' hair of Jls luitro. Us ou'J Us :alle'J put: viz., for war, Lo incel an! eventually producing a feverish- n'vadirig force, find In (he case otinesu and llchfug of Ihe Eealp, wLlrli a rehclllon, Ulslsr haa nol couv: If not rcuicdieJ causes (lie Ijalr rootM milteil an ovorl acl aca. I CDna-' (o -shrink, loosen anil the lion Oranecmcii would- behind hair falls out ta3l. A llUIo DanJerlne Ulslcr to a man.' General Gougli, who surely s .having sucll success al the Soinmc, I EavQ your hair. is oiio 'of Hie men' who would not! Get a 25-cent botlle or Knowltoii's lead (he (roops aEalnst Ulster. When nandcrlno from any drug Btore or I .was-minister of mllltla, I loilei countcr, and artcr Ito [trsl ap- ally intcrvlowod the heads o[ the; plication your wm iako ou lhat Roman Catholic clergy in located in Quebec to urge a in the enlisting ol Catholic Canadians." MI Canada, life> iuslre ami luxuriance which Is a In" KvlHIlSf lt will become wavy an fluffy anil have Lho appearance of a- bundance, an Incomparable gloaa and softness; but ivbat will plea BO you most will be after Just a week's you will. actually see a lot of fine, downy h'atr-1- new grow- ing nil 'over Lhe seal y.-r-Advertli emeu t Stratford, Sfar. a public meeting of (he provin- cial Grand Ornngc Lodge of Ontario West here lasL night, Sir Sam Hughes declared Lhnt voluntary service In Caaaila tbe end of-Its nnd that the lime waa op porlune for enforcement of (liu inll- Hla act. Enlistment had'-bcc-n Inter- fercj ivllli, 'lie said, by cries of "Jalior wants men-1' "Drop Into'1 'robins'.In' Tor- onto anil yon will find thousand? ot men who should be.In Sir Sam. "There nre SOO.QOO men In Canada today who should be in: the" trenches. I say apply tho mlllLIn, act, arid In so doing give recruiting centre credit for Lhc number ot men already "en- listed, sb-as not lo create a scarcity of Speaking of Lbo Irish Question In Britain, 'Sir Sam said: Ihp (lino Ulstor was Ihreat-. tried I the' liberty to'w'rltQ to Lloyd George lliat Llie BrJUsli parlia- .CTapcnhagen, via London, Mar. 1G. right of American aniied mer- :ho.ntiucn lo neutral ports of Europe Is Iho of negotiations now being carried on by reureBentalivcs of the United Slales. Dr.- Maurice Egan, American znfnlstcr to Denmark, lite his colleagues, ,-al other lupk> up the'subject a number as yet lias received no reply [roin the Danish gover'nracnL. It Is understood that among, (he European neutrals-Sweden and Norway have no objccUon Lo the USG. of ..their ports armg.d. v can mcrchanlmen. whfch hns barred belligerent armed mer- chantmft'ti from Its harbors, ts cr- rccleil to exlend same rule to armed American vessels. Beat When Bilious, SicV, Headachy, .Ccjislfpated, or For Bad Breath Qr_Sour 'cheerful! Clcac up. Inside lo: nifflit and feel fine. Take Cascare's to llveii.your liver and clean Lho bowels and stop headaches, a bad cold, bil- iousness, ot tensive .breath, coated ton- gue, sallowness, sour stomach and gases. -Tonight take CascareLs and en- joy th'c'mcosl.'-ff'cnLIest liver-anil1 bowel cleanser you ever experienced. Wake up feeling doing It. Cascarets best laxative for children ilvcr I Isement." fHE STOREof BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARS TO THE DOOR PHONE 789. To Lethbtidge Citizens owning improved pro- :_: perly within cily where there r's no sewage connections: ThaiKausltnc, Waterlesa, San- itary, ComiilcLc Tollc; System has been InslaUcd'nlth- in Ihc', llralLi of Ilio city ot rtlslricls, nnd ia Kivinjj entire aatlsractlun lo projicriy owners. Tho system Is- strongly en- dorscJ and recommended Dr.- Il.idllnes, Medical Health Olttc- CT nl Die City of and been npiiroreil by tha Pro- vlDclal Laboratories o[ Ontarirx for uac In unsewcrcil iliolrlotB, and arc used satisfactory arouufi Toronto nnd other plices. Rlandartl system of this much needed product la on exhibition' In Ihc Hull block, Joining the Bank ot Nova Scotia, nnrt we would be glad to show and ex plain samp Lo all who aro In- terested, particularly those- who wish lo avatl themselves of Iho comfort and convenience afford- ed by tho, nstallatlnn ot an np.' lo-date toilet equipment in their homes. i. The Kmislinc Company of Albcrla. HULL BLlOGK, LETHBRIDGE Then you'wlll know that Gray Dart 'quality Is more than skin .the 'innards' of the car are as .llrong and vigorous as the outward appearance indi- cates. Wort for You will buy ilic Gray What It llcfvlly Is. The price is within reach of most folks. See this car al our Show Rooms 1262, 1st Avenue, South --F.O.B. Lclhbridge Al I FN IA PIC u T cf iik. A Agent and 'Distributor for 1262 IstAvp. S., Lcliibntigc Phone 1544 A CAR WHOSE QUALITY LIFTS IT ABOVE THE LEVEL OF ITS Though priced at than Saxon "Six" has compelled Lo think of ll In the terms or costly cars. No other car we know of haa ever ac- complished this feat. Can you think of any car In any other price class whose Is as dis- tinct pronounced as that of Saxon "Slx'J among cars less than The answer of course Is In the the famous Saxon "Six" high speed motor. In litgh gear work, In pulltng power, In smoothness, In flexibility. Saxon "3ix" i gives a performance lhat seemc Incred- ible In A car from the lees than class. Consider If you will find a certain car of .ol similar price and good reputation. At a speed of twenty mites per hour this "Ices than six" under test developed 1512.73 power Impulses per rnlnute. Saxon "Six." showed 2903.922 Impulses per minute. Or, under the same working conditions the Saxon "Six" motor showed nearly Qrealer continuity greater smoothness greater uniformity of torque wilh practically no vibration. Jt fs quickly apparent that the six" motor leaves much to be desired. Far the less Lhp number of impulses per mJnute the less smoalh Is the power flaw and the greater Is the vibration. And vibration Induce! friction which is, as of course you know, the fiercest foe a motor hss lo face. Now you will see Just how much advant- age accrues from the 93% smoother power flow of Saxon "Six." car of lees tnan-slx- cylintfcre previously mentioned, In re- peated trials required 30 seconds to reach a -15 mltee per hour speed from a still stand. Under the Game conditions Saxon "Six" time and again duplicated (his feat In 23 seconds, This' shows 227e faster pickup In favor of Saxon "Six." These Instances are not cited as extra- ordinary performances of Saxon JfSix." Nor are you to view them as cuch. For they are not. Rather are they representative of the type of performance Saxon "Six" gives. And they picture, with fairness we be-, lleve, .the Inherent superiority of SBX- on "Six" over any other car at Less than Touring Cat1 for Fiye.Pcopler Saxon Motor Car Corporation, Detroit. Price F.O.B. Lethbridge ROADSTER Five Passenger Touring Car Price The H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE Corner (illi Arc. and filh St. S., Lctlibridgc. t T HE average man can easily afford a Ford car. It is. the most inexpensive car to drive. 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gaso- line is an every day occurrfince. 33 miles is frequently reported by Ford owners. Yearly repair expenses pi less than orie dollar are not unusual. The car is light in weight, and tires give more mileage on a Ford than on any other car. You a Ford for yourself and one for your wife for the price of one car at You can run both Fords at about the sarrie expense as for one larger, .heavier car. You can always sell a "used" Ford at a good price.. You have to accept a big reduction for a "used" larger car. Go and take a ride in the 1917 model. See how comfortable it is. And stylish, line effect, tapered hood, crown fenders, beautiful finish.' You need one. for.- business. Your wife' and children need one for pleasure and health. Ford Garage Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, i Over 700 Ford Service Stations in Canada. 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridgc ;