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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE LETIfBtlinGK DAILY 1IKHALU PAGE SEVEW Dont Take Risks If yortf Stomach is your liver artd bow els take care to keep them These organs are important to your Keep them in ordet with Beechams Pills and avoid any risk of serious A dose or twd as will help the stimulate the and regulate the Their timely use will save much needless fortify the system and Insure Good Health i ta Combine them With Miners andVeterans Sports On Dominion Day That iome arrangement may bo made between tho fair board and the Committee whloh It putting on the Do mlnUn Day whereby a big Uays races would fbrm part of the program was the suggestion mado at the regular mooting of the amalga mated fair board on Monday after noon when a letter was read from Sloan offering to stage auto races in LethbrldM on that date with a BumtMr of well known speed fiends at the bait year at the Calgary fair auto racea were one of the at and many membors ot the local board feel that races hero would prove a financial ouccess if arrange rtienta could be made with the Domin ion Day sports to whom the city council had granted tho use of the frouodi without first consulting the grounds committee of the fair i Repairs to Building The meeting yesterday tp be Used for repairs to grounds and The placing of a corral at the novth side of tho grandstand open ing on the raoe track so that the buck lift exhibitions may take place on the track right in front of the stand was also The offer of the Auto Club to pro vide men for policing and care ot autos during tho ajahipede was uccopt od It wan decided that ntltos would be allowed iouth ot the main building except side of the race track on payment of a special foe for parking Special rates on the railways will be granted for the fair und stampede The rate will be fare and ac cording to a letter from the passenger of the The matter of horse races for the was discussed at some ant It wan decided that a should draw up a program and submt It to the general The com mlttee la composed of McClain Blng hum Was appointed acting treasurer to relievo who will be absent from the city for a num ber of The use of the grounds for a ram sale on October 9th and 10th was ask ed by the Southern Alberta W6o Growers The reques was referred to the grounds commit marlnft rose sharply io HIP only a volley or unciis from tho Khienliui and six othern of tho crew were The destroyer Tiallert the submarine and ordered her to being fire ceased and suventeon were IflUeir veil ns the two British wh RESULT OF FIRST THREE HOURS The result of the first three hours work in the drive which this morn ingwas The captains and teams are extremely en thusiastic over the drive and believe tTrey will raise more than the allotted May Lusltfinln an niversary Is commemorated In nil tho newspapers roday in special articles recalling tile which tho British public is not likely to The in an editorial laments that tlio public apparently Is becoming dtillod to tho horrors of the Lusitunlii It asks why is not a commemorative procession tills year urttuoro was lust If thero Is It will its absence be proof of the extent to which Oermanys many crimps against hum anity huvd leaded the worlds sense of tenderness It adds It is because the torpedoing of Lusltanla summed up in one cold blooded the savage ruthlossness of the Gorman race that the anniversary of that foul deed should bo celebrated when every other commemoration is Germany has not changed Bince says the Dally Mnll IH tho important thing for all of us to fhe repentant Germany of which our pacifists prattlA simply does not She still glories in tho sinking of the Luaitania and the butchery of women and children will repeat that and every other atroc ity again at the first profitable oppor That la only one of one hun dred reasons why tho war must go on until she had been hammered Into san i How Sub Was Captured May connection with the German unrestricted submarine of which the sinking of the Lusltanla is one of the most striking an account has jurft reached London from a Dutch correspondent of the destruction of tho German sub marine U C39 and the capture of 17 of her crew by a British The German submarine U C30 was sunk in the North Sea in The U C3S was commanded by Otto who was a close friend of Prince Henry of Prussia and a frequent visitor to Prince Henrys castle at Before Ehrentraut left Kiel in command of the new minelay ing Prince Henry came to the pier to wish the boat bon voy CUSHION RUBBER HEELS Every saving is a good Food and Thats why you should have the shoeman Put Cats Paw on every URED IN OfffMOHTH Honorary Commandant of the Papal of 70 Villeneuve writing to the proprietors of says For over a year I suffered with an eruption on my and notwithstand ing the numerous remedies I used it got no better until I commenced using I applied the balm used only ZamBuk Soap for A PAIR PUT OH 6Walchfor Open A Housekeeping Account Merchants and pay all bills by By a regular sum in a Savings you know exactly how much is spent on the different branches of When you settle by you avoid all disputes as to as the cancelled cheques are receiptsand prove the This businesslike method of home finance often prevents paying the same bill Savings Accounts may be opened in sums from on which interest is The submarine left its bnfifi at mid night carrying several torpedoes and a large quantity of gun ammunition but no as this was her first trip and in the nature of a shakedown for the officers and All of hor personnel had seen service in oilier The submarine secured her first victim by sinking the Norwegian steamship Hansklnek formerly the American Satilla the crew of which escaped in midnight sub sighted the British steamer sen which was sunk by bombs her captain aind chief engineer were taken tho submarine as pri The next morning the Nor wegian steamship Ida was and although the Ida stopped imme Khrentraut gave orders to continue When the German gunlayer saw that the ship had stop ped and several direct hits had al ready been according to this he asked if he should cease and was told by the command er to keep Twentyfive rounds in all were the last few at a range of leas than 3000 When the Germans finally ceased one of the Tclas boats came alongside and announced that two wounded men had been left aboard the The submarine commander sent a boat over and found that both men were already having been killed while lowering the The Ger mans left the bodies where they lay and proceeded to sink the ship by Two hours later the 39 opened fire on a steamer and but on div lost them In the About one the 311 came to the surface agnln and sighted a steamer on which she opened but was almost immediately by a salvo from aBritish The 39 had evidently mot a sterner order of things and she but too A depth bomb struck causing a leak In the conning Water poured into the control room and the crew became panic The sub THC MCRCHANT5 BANK Head Office OF Established LE1HBRIOGB MONARCH Acting NOBLBFORD Acting THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND President Manager SIR JOHN Supl of Wewrn Brtnchci CAPITAL PAID I RESERVE THRIFT I To provide for the future it Is necessary not only U but also to provide a safe place for you No better place can be found than our tethbridge Branch Lemon Juice Is Also a Whitener Many women use Just the Juice of lemons to bleach or whiten the but pure lemon juice Is therefore and Hhoultl be mixed with orchard At the cost of a small jar of ordin ary cold cream one can prepare a full quarter pint of tho most wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion by squeezing the juice of two fresh lemons Into a bottle con taining three ounces of orchard Care should be taken to strain the juice through a finecloth so no lemon pulp gets then this lotion will re main fresh for woman knows that lemon used to bleach and removo such blemishes as Kallowness and and is the ideal skin qnd Just try it Get three of orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this swaetly fra grant lemon lotion and massage it daily into the arms and It should naturally help to bring back to any skin the the tuvcet freshness und flexibility which it has been rcbbed by carelesa ness or trying From Our Own May evening all the townpeople nut en masse to show their lesprns to our departing noldlsr boys who have been called the special Tlio af fair waa in charge of the town offi cials and was a grand success from start to At sixthirty the guests partook of a delightful lunch This was served on I lie starjn ot the Assembly Two tables the length of tho stage were arranged and decorated very About ino guests enjoyed the splendid among whom were lie their mother and and the returned soldiers Leech and Nivin and and Lynn and others from Loth The Mayor Bennion aOil tis toaslmas ter and short were made by Nlvin and Sloddard After the luncheon when the crowd assembled a very program was listened The house was crowded to the not an scat The boys were sauted on the stage along with returned The opening sov was O j sung Dy U public school j A most inspiring prayer was offered by the A ladies chorus then sang Keep the Home FMres The opening address was given by Bonnion who welcomed the people who were anxious to do honor to Our Bach boy was presented with a a token from the citizens which was i pinned on their coats along with a j carnation by the Misses Join Woolley and Roberts then sang Well Never Let tire Old Flag Good Leech of Lethbrldge gave a very fine giving tho boys very good advice and commenting on the valor of tho Canadian soldiers and the splendid work they wore Wood then rendered the aolo Joan of A comic reading by Miss Crandall was enjoyed by I A male quartette gave a tne words being composed by Bennion rendered to tho Fare i well to Meroer grtve a very fine telling of conditions ex isting In tlio nations in ancient and modern times cradle of democracy and to maintain the Uoberts sang Some where in One of the Drew Clarke in a few well chosen words told how they were all desirous of doing their God Save the King was the clos ing Swift was a speaker at tho luncheon and he told the boys of what they would ureet over there and told them to keep themselves fit and everything would be well with The Boys Who boys who are called to the col ors under tho special draft are Lie land Haze Reuben Cnnnel Henry Shaf Guy George John Irvin Alva Albert Harry Frank Melvln Richard Jay Leonard Henry Riobin Drew Clarke and Hen a Magrath boy enlisted with flying corps and was hern visiting his was also a of the Citizens number company has volunteered but was out of so was not present to receive his The ladies are to bo congratulated on their work and the success of the All those who helped arrange and serve come in for a lions share of the cre dit for the success of the entertain We must not forgtt the gocd work of the Hoy Scouts who worked hard and saved the ladies many We wlah the boys success and God speed wherever tholr duty calls An On Friday evening a very fine en tertainment was put on by Als but vie very much so few people The performers ranged from i to 14 years and were all very gqod in their It would be Impossible to single out anyone ag the host as they all did HO The opening songs by the Do Your and When Jack Conies were full of The Maypole dance by 14 little girls was very The Brownie Hand was a Jolly little cantata and the children all looked sweet and each curried their rolo Brownies were the queen and princess wore ex tremely pretty and the little Wee Wees were too cute for Little six years old captured the eye of tie The wood nymphs and nil WOK The main parts were tak en by eight girls who did moat of the singing very The song and cho Buby was among the and Stoddurd are hero visiting Btoddards par ents prior to his leaving for u regiment for ramp in SVe very much regret to uoto u mis take was nmdo ivganling those in charge of this lied Cross lunch rooms April The rooms were ir charge of the Ladles and in a comparatively short time could see some After continuing the treatment for a month the although of over a years had entirely In my estimation ZamBuk is the only remedy for skin The reason ZamBuk succeeds when other remedies fail is because ZamBuk is all Its healing power is therefore much superior to ordinary ointments which contain about 5 medicine and the balance animal For scalp ab running salt teething barbers bloodpoisoning and piles ZamBuk is It is also the best first aid for scalds and all skin 3 for All dealers or ZamBuk Send nUtnp for pottage tnJ FREK trlil box will tion of two morri 13 and which have operated before on be PaulVancouver and 2 between Montreal and Van ouver will run as at and I and 4 between Toronto and Vancouver will be an hour later than A mass meeting of the residents of TwelveMile coulee district was held Sunday to discuss tho latest amend ments to the military service act as they affect On Monday even ing again i meeting was held of the when the following re solution was passed Resolved That the farmers of TwelveMile Coulee Local 55 of tho United Farmers of Alberta protest strongly against the attitude of the Dominion government 4n regard to their first calling upon the farmers of tho western plains to produce to the last available acre and grain of for that purpose releas ing from military service our young farmers and thon immediately turn ing around and while wo are yet in the middle of seeding calling up all our young men aged 20 to and others actually employed on the farm in producing to report Even if theare releas ed again for a time these young men become so unsettled as to what their duty and as to what the country really that their working effi ciency is We are told almost in one breath that the Allies are starving for and that these men nnut leave the farm to They cannot be in two places at once and it is i difficult enough to hold high spirited young men on the farms The gov ernment Heems to want to tell them that it is their duty to be here and there Wo would like to know how the impossible can be We respectfully request an Imme diate decision in the matter for many of us thinking about putting still more acreage under and we dont want to break the ground simply to grow for if our young men are taken that is what must Wo cannot substitute for these men with help as suggested by various which have proven to a very great extent to be Horrible Torture of Prisoner By Fare Even Worse the out lino of an iron which was burn ud on his arm with an electric needle by Gorman officers In John a iformerly a fireman on a Ilritlsh captured by a German told immigration officials hero today a story of torture He escaped from his tormentors after the shells of General Smuth army liaii tore hole in tho prison stockade where he was giving hlin an opportunity to make a dash for free Hadly treated as he Mitchell asserted that other prisoners farec oven All were he and many were heated and flog ged without the slightest After Ills escape from the Mitchell made his way to General Smuts lines and shipped on a steamer bound for this the present time There will be no change in the Spokane which will continue as at present vln nor will there bo any change in the LethbrldgeMacleod Tho train which ran Macleod on Sunday evening year will not be put on again this Tljore willbo no daylight service on I he Crows Nest branch this Thut is word from headquar The summer which goes into effect on June is now In course of prepara tion and no provision ia being made for better service west from Whether the sleeper asked for will bq griMNted remains to be The muiu line will have the adUl Whats the news FitReform is showing the new Spring Styles in Suits and Come Lets drop in and see their fine Imported 244 McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE EVERY FOOT EVERY SPORT matter going in for this FLEET FOOT anticipates your 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