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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta *PAGE FOURTEEN THE IfflfHBRlDGB DiVlLTf HERAT-D .> .% >> $ trikon to further a solution, satd rreslilcnt Mnrnoch. , Thoy ftrst met March. 1916, from be- At a fairly well attended moetiug of the board or tr^do last night Pros!-deDt Marnocli presented a report* on the meeting of the/jotat committee on commerce and agriculture which met t Ilegina some days ago. and which he attended along with Mr. Hage of this city representing the retail lumbermen's association- In presenting bis report the. president rook the op- � Parte. March ST.-Premier Clcmenceau has returned from the front with a satisfiiotory Impression of the'situation. says an official stntenicukt issued today. *.' i  [ They met again in December, 1916, ? I and front this came 'k conference be- ? tween the wholesalers and retailors. ^1 Another Conference The present meeting w�b in March, 191S. and out of this is likely to arise =- � , - - I a conference botwoen manufacturers. j wholesalers and retailors with the ern branches of the Bank of Com j farmers on the general attest Ion of mcrce. Mr, Mott. manager of the j the presont status of wholesale a�d Cockslratt Plow Co.. Mr Fallls. gen- . business in the west, particular-{ better sor- ____ , _________, ______ and farm- bnt^ness. together with :5 represen- . ers aml TUrn\ communities and In re-1 llllM""" r"'" V;"" . ",.,; retail business in the west, eral manager of the gherwiu-W iliinnis I Jy inso{lU n3 tt n(tefits tnB Paint Co.. and iwuty more men of big j v|ce of thp business men tatlve farmers of the west. These men gave up their time to attend this' meeting for the reason tha: they considered it their business and the business of the people-whom they rep- portunity of urging on th men of their disposal excuse was made by busines they were too bftsy to attend the'meetings, but ho pointed but that, at the Regius meeting which la.*te;i for two days there were present such men as Dr. Rutherford, who runs 1ST farms tor the C.P.R. besides daing much other work, llrant, Hall, general manager in charge o* C.P.R. western lines. Vere Brown, superintendent of west- nity of urging on the business 1 reseated. Surely if they couW do so Dominion government and the mamt-of Lethbrldge -he need of placing f much the members of the Uethbr dge faeturer8 of agricultural implements time and energy more at the! h^ard pi trade-could spend a little ; wjth a vlew to seeing if some satis-sal of-the Board of Trade. The | more-time in their own business as | factory arrangements can be arrived reads: "Between the ISth and 27th March did bring or carry or cause to bp shipped into the province of Alberta from the provlnco of Manitoba, intoxicating liquor, knowing or intending that such intoxicating liquor should or would thereafter he dealt with in violation of tho law of the province, and that he did unlawfully sell or dispose of intoxicating liquor in the province of Alberta." George Cotaras is also mixed up In the deal, the charge against him being that he did' have or keep intoxicating liquors for the puFpose of salo or barter therein. He also was remanded. This rooming after a'still hunt the A. P. P. unearthed another cache M farmers to make financial arrange-! 472 bottles which the police say had inents for pushing on with breaking j new land this year. * * �> ? UNIONIST CAUCUS been taken to the Southard Block, there packed In boxes or.trunks and then tak^n to a barn in the south of the cjtyand hidden away. With tnlo seizure more than 1S0O "bottles have been taken, the biggest seizure ever made under the Alberta Liquor Act Ottawa. Mar. L'C.-^The first caucus of the Unionist parly will be held Wednesday morning when matters pertaining to the sessional program will be discussed. * j representing more than 150 cases.  I -- ?1 ORION General Gibson Says .Every Soldier WHO GOES to THE FRONT Should Take Nuxated Iron General John L. Clem, Who Was Sergeant in the U. S. Army at 12 Years of Age, General; David Stuart Gordon, Hero of the Battle of Gettysburg, Judge Samuel S. Yoder, for 18] Years a Practicing Physiciaa and Formerly Surgeon Major in the Army, Abo Tell How | They Were Benefitted by a Short Course of This Remarkable Product 'J*.-, r-sa3Sgg3te�=�wiifl 0r. jBmee Francis Sul QB^^^^HIIHEW ,lvan' formerly Physic Dr. Jamea Fr.mcit Sullivan jand other abyalclana explain why Nuxated Iron he'lpi to In-crcaie strength and endurance, and build up weak, nervoua, J run down folka. What every soldier -most needs Is v tremendous "sloy there" strength, power, and endurance, with nerves of step! and blood of Iron. To holo produce this result there Is nothing in my experience which I�have found so valuable as organic iron-Nuxated Iron, gays Dr .James Francis SulUvan: "l ha�e personally found it of such great value as a tonic, strength and blood builder that I believe If Gen- ^ ei'al Gibson's advice were fol- ift lowed many of our fighting [�&. men would find It of great. benefit. In my opinion there is nothing better than organic iron-Nuxated Iron-for enriching the blood and helping Increase strength, energy and endurance. ian of Bellevue Hospital, (Outdoor Dept.) New York, and the Westchester County Hospital, says ' every soldier and civilian who wants something ' to help Increase his strength and endurance should have this prescription filled and take Nuxated Iron three times dally as did Oeg-'erats Gibson, Gordon Sind Clem and Judge Yodtr. / General Horatio Gates- Gibson says Nuxated Iron has brought back to him in good measure that old buoyancy* and energy that filled bis veins in 1847 when he made his txi-umphant entry with General Scott Into the City of Mexico. - Another remarkable case is that of fieneral David Stuart Gordon, noted Indian fighter and hero of the battle of Gettysburg. Of neral Gordon says: "When 1 became badly rundown this year, 1 found myself totally Avlthfmt- the physical power twn Corresnondentl Orion, March 20-A meeting o! the fartnerK of this district was held on Tuesday. March 12th. Mr. T. O. King an official of the LT. F. A. of Alberta made a very good speech outlining the benefits of the farmers pulling together in the building up ot-un organization such' as the U. F. A. ' Mr. Smiley was chairman of the meeting. Considering that the meeting had not been very widely advertised, there was quite a large number there. After the speaking a local U. F. A. was organized with Mr. Smiley as president: M. F. Fuller, vice-president and the number of directors required ' Wire" elected. Mr. Carl Shervey wtfs elected secretary-treasurer >and a very promising start was made in the numbervPf Joining on the first meeting.  Education is on the move In this district, at least one of the schools was last SaturdayThe Fourway school being moved, into town amid rejoicings on the part of the rising generation Of this part. It is expected that Six Six school will al3obe moved this week. Mr. Burby and his helpers are working on thaj building now. School is expected to commence the first week in April. Farmers in the district are pleased to note a change in the weather and hope that spring has come at last. Tho stacks of feed have gone rather quickly but taken into consideration the stormy winter, cattle have come through pretty good although in a few cases slight losses are reported owing] to the stormy periods. Saturday evening the managers, of the Orion United Church met and dis cussed matters relating to the "business of the church. Mr. W. J. Peck was elected secretary and Mr.- J. E Jackson, treasurer for the year and Mr. J. Rogers chairman, with Mr ./as. Jackson, vice-president. Rev. D F. Robertson will continue to work the Manyberries and Orion field for another year. r of the the U.J S^AjmyftnJl-qfflS^t. sysfem. To"'the'man*'of'70 a"a"" Im^"l^lust'a, " e�.=.clou.a\; CtnVW^ Tn ftvJ, �� SaenerByciem.vSays: I flit*.in N'usatea.lran the one and evar-rellablfe tpnlC.*,TWQ mtmths after beginning: treatment! 'inhbv weH'm'an." >Dr. B. Saiier.'a Hbston.physician, who . has studied both, in this; country - and jr�t Kuroneo.njiMedlcuMn�tltutlonK said: r,Nii.xaiod Irbn*lS a"wonderful remedy. If people 'would only ^ake. It,when they fool weak 'or, run-4oWri Insteua, of dosing themselves with. hnbit-fornUPe 'drugs. Stimulants iurid. Hlcotiollc UeAerages. 1 am convinced that -thero' areJ-.thousanxis who might readily bi'illd up their red - blood corpuscle*,- Increase their physical unor-jsy, and Ret themselves into'a condition lo ward off the millions of disease germs that are almost continually uroum.l ub. It^iK Hini)rl�(ng; how ntnny people suffer from'Iran deficiency and Ua out Know. H If you are not strong or well you owe It to yourself to make the following, test: ^ee-hpw long you can work or how far you can. walk without becoming tired Next take two-five grain tablets of Nux-;jjitea Jron three times per. day after innuls for two weeks. Then tost- your strength again and see how much you have gained."  Vi: Schuyler 'Jaquen, Visiting Surd- General David Stuart Gordon, U.S.A. (Retired), promoted for gallant conduct In the battle of Gettysburg; well-known Indian fighter. General Gordon says: "Despite my own advanced age, Nuxated Iron has made me fit and ready for another campaign, and If my country needs ,mc, I stand ready to go" ' Y those who wish quickly to Increase .their strength, power and cndui'unce ,\vill find. It n most remarkable and wonderfully effective remedy." i XOTl-V-Nuxated Iron which la', prescribed by Or, Sullivan, und which bus been uscrl by generals Gibson. Clordon, Clem, .lodge Yoder and others with such HUrprlMlng results, l� notVt secret remedy ' ' iHts  n in EnglBMl, which reduced its infant mortality in the second year of the war not only below the 1911 record,- but far below the record of peace times. ' �  � United States workers hope to reach the goal by: .  (1) Public protection ^it mothors, Infants and children-(a) Infant welfare \york, which educates mothers to care for their'v children through public-health nurses, community-welfare stations and pre-natal clinics; (b) providing hospital facilities. �.'";.�. � (2) Home care and Income- (a) Sanitation and hygiene to insuro each' child home surroundings necesy sary; '�) special needs for- older children; (c) family incomo to enable the' mother/ to care for her child at home.' � ...,,.' (8) Child labor and tho'oducatlon of the child. To maintain' educii'. tlonul SgaiidHi-ds despite the press of | war service. ' > � U) Hecreation. FREE UGJlfWATER i ^ Ttili morning Presldont Longworth ltd C�pL McKlnilo ot the Great War Veterans* Liethhrldge branch waited on the city council with reference to tie city's grant to tho association. Some time In February the veterans nsked the city for an annual grant. Thl* was made to the extent ot $000 but the .veterans now point out that as they hwvertd buy their heat, light and water, which Vast yo*r was furnished by tho Dominion government, the grant will not cover these expenses, placed at $S25. The council decided that it would be impossible to grant free light uu\ wivtor. nr. this would he Betting it bad vrocedunt. What thoy would do, thoy lold the delegation, would bo to muko up, nt tho end of the year by way of a �po-clal grant, any amount by which tho $600 fnllml lo eofur. tho coat ot hoat> Iiik. lighting anil � watnr,', Proaldont IjOngworth fclso complain-oil at tho delay of 'trio provincial gov-ornmont over fulfilling what the veterans'hero considered n promise to appoint nhtl pay it permanont man, n roturnetl sotdler, to net as secretary of the returned soldiers' bureau hero, and also tho appointment ot a member of tho -Lethbrldgo branch of tho Military' Hospitals Commission. Mayor Ilnrdio wlrod I'romlor Stowart urging, him to look after those appoint-, ments at soon as pobbIdIo. �r WOMEN WILL VOTE Austin, Texas, March 27.-The bill giving women tho right to voto In today's primaries and nomination conventions was signed yesterday by Oovornor Hobby. Womon will bo entitled to voto In the July primaries. 1 CHANGE BEFORE WAR CEAS^SAYS KAISER Amsterdam, March 27.-The' Volkt Zelfuna of Cologne, says that according, to General Von Ludendorff, Emperor William^ hat beetr-deeply Impressed by the terrible devastation In the bnttle area, remarking: "H6w glad we should be that our country has'been spared aueA terrible thtnns. Why did we auo> ceed In keeping the fighting (beyond our frontiers? Because before the war we always urged the need of armaments. When mankind ehangea, .thete things alto will change, but first mankind must begin to change." Make Easter a True Festival of Gladness- Enjoy Easter Carols sung by the world's greatest artists-Enjoy Anthems by the greatest choirs of the land. A Victrola in your home will give joy on Eaater - It will giv* you music and mirth ail year around. � - '- � �lnal +*v��m m *jai*j n *> *wm �� mm ��*� 1 Nursing Mission Annual Tea Saturday, March 30 fV-7 From Three to Six O'Clock 428 13th St South A, Silyer Collection In Aid of Their FuMs\ 44 084?06 13483084 ?44231 ;