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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .i't:SFiAY, MAY 7, 191S Tllli LF,TIIBniDGK DAII.Y ]IKI;a1.U PAGE SEVEN Don't Take Risks If your stomach is strong, your liver active, and bowels regular, take care tp keep then? so. These organs are important to your health. Keep them in ord,er with Beecham's Pills and avoid any risk of serious illness. A dose or two as needed, will help the digestion, stimulate the bile, and regulate the habits. Their timely use will save much needless suffering, fortify the system and Insure Good Health Prapared nalr tijr ThqniBa Bf)ecliftm� St. Hetlea*. Lancathire. Ens1an(f� Sold aT�iTwb�ro in Cmda and U. S. Americn. In bozaa, 25 caatn. lY HAVE BIG DAY AUIO RACES Combine Them With Miners and' Veterans Sports On Dominion Day "That iome arrangoment may bn mailQ between the fair bonnl and the (Committee whiuh In putting on tho Do-ialnltn Day aporta wlioroby a big "Uay'8 auto ranoa would fbrm part ot the program was the auggofltlou mado at the regular mooting of tho amalgamated fair board on Monday al'tor-noon when a letter -was road troni J. A. Sloan offering to stago auto races lu LathbrldRa on that date with a numbar ot well known apood fiends at tho wheel. . Last year at tlie Calgary fair auto races were one of the at-tractlona, and many mombors of tho local board feel tliat races hero would lirovo a tinanoial success If arranKO-inonta could ha niarto with tlio Dominion Day sports coniniittou, to whom the city council had granted tho 'use of the oroundt without first conBUltlii},' tile grounds commltteu of the fair board. : " Repairs Building ; The mfiotlng yesterday votod ?1,600 tp bo used for repairs to grounds and l^uildlngs. Tho placing of a corral at tho noi > : ; � : > : The result of tho first three hours work in the Y. M. C. A. drive which started this morning'was ?1,145.1)3. Tho captains and (earns are extremely en-thuslasitfc over tho drive and believe tTiey will raise more than the allotted fD.OOO. RUBBER n�CLS ' Every saving is a good thing- Daylight, Food and LeatKer, too. That's why you should have the shoeman Put "Cat's Paw" on evelry shoe. APAIRPUTQH 'Ccf, Paw"Stria. No. 6-Walcli for No. 7. Open A Housekeeping Account with The Merchants Bank, and pay all bills by cheque. By depositing a regular sum in a Savings Account, you know exactly how much is spent on tlie different branches of housekeeping. When you settle by cheque, you] avoid all disputes as to payment, as "the cancelled cheques are receiptsand prove the pajmients. This business-like method of home finance often prevents paying the same bill twice. Savings Accounts may be opened in sums from ?1 up, on which interest is allowed. London. Slay 7.-The Lusltanln ,in-iilvorsary is yomniomora! i-d in all the nowspapora today in spfMlal artlrlPH recalling the crinin wli;i]i tlio llrltiali public Is not likely to roiKi;!. Tlin \y,\\\y araphic, in an uiliLorlui lainoiilK tliat tlio pulilli; iiiiparcnlly ii-Ijocoming diiUnd to ttm liorrors of tlic I.usitanla atrocity. II asks wliy llioro is not a coniuienioratlvo prncessidn llilH year as thoro was last year. If thcro is not, it asks, will its absence not bo proof of tlio extent to wlUcli Clermaiiy's many crimos ugainsi humanity iiavd (leaded the world's aonsi; of tundcrticsK? It a Imtchory of v/omen and children and will repeat tiiat and every other atrocity again at the first profitable opportunity. That is only one of 01113 hundred reasons why tlio war must go on until she had been haniiiierud into aaii-ily." . i-low Sub Was Captured London, Way 7.--;ln connection with tho German unrestricted submarine warfare, of which the sinking of the Lusltania is one of the most striking examples, an account has juftt readied London from a Dutch corroHpondont of the destruction of the German submarine U C-39 and the capture ot 17 ot her crew by a Uritish destroyer. (Tho German subifiarlne IT t'-XP wa!) sunk in the North Sea in JIarch, iyi7.) The TT C-33 was commanded by Otto Ehrentraut, who was a close friend of Prince Henry ot Prussia and a frequent visitor to Prince Henry's castle at Kiel. Before Ehrentraut left Kiel in command of tho now mine-laying submarine 39, Prince Henry came to the iiior to wish the boat bon voyage. The submarine left its bn�p at midnight carrying several torpedoes and a largo quantity of gun aminunilion, but no mines, ns this was her first I trip and in the nature of a sliake-down I for the officers and men. All ot licrj personnel had soon service In o'.hci-j subniariiK'S. � The siibiiiarliie secured her fir.st I victim by sinking the Xorwegiau � .Ktenniship Ilansklnck (formerly the .Aniorican Satllla) the crew of whlcli csi^aped in boats. Next midnight tlie sill) sighted the HrlliKh steamer Lar^. sen which was sunk by bombs aftoir' her captai;i and chief engineer were' taken on board the submarine aa prisoners. The next morning the Norwegian steamship Ida was sighted, and although tho Ida stopped Immediately, Ehrentraut gave orders to continue tiring. When the German gun-liy'cr saw that the sliip hud slopped .-ind several direct hits had already been made, according to this account, ho asked if he should ceosa firing, and was told by tho commander to keep on. Twenty-five rounds in all wero tired, the last few at a range of less than 3000 yards. When the Germans final.'y ceased firing, one ot the Ida's boats came alongside and announced tliat two wounded men had been left aboard the vessel. Tho submarine commander sent a boat over ^nd found that both men were already dead, having been killed whilo lowering the boats. The Germans left tho bodies whero tliey lay and proceeded to sink tho ship *l}y bombs. Two hours later the 3fl opened fire on a steamer ami trawler, but on diving, lost them in the mist. About one p.m. the 3il came to the surface again and sighted a steamer on which she opened fire, but was answered^ almost Immediately by a salvo from a'Dritlsh destroyer. The 311 had evidently met a sterner ordor ot things and sho dived, but too late. A depth bomb struck her, causing a leak in the conning tower. Water poured into thu control room and the crew becnino panic stricken. The sub- ninrfno ro.10 wliarply i'l i]\r- ^mrlarp. only lo-rocoive a voiii'v n',' :;hcllH fnuii the destroyer. cnl i'ii- ;ind six otliors ot tho crew \m,c Killf.l. Tlic destroyer hailed thf snliiiKu'inn and ordered licr to hall. 'I'lii; lifting done, tire ceased and si'.vMiticii siii-vivor.; tvrtro tnken' off, as ai-ii mk ilu> two llrltlah prisoners, win ucic iiiilnjurea. MAlCim 0 �IB II. Martincau, Esq.. Honorary Commandant of the Papa! Zouaves, of 70 Villeneuve West, Montreal, writing to the proprietors of Zam-Buk, says: "For over a year I sufvercd with an eruption on my skin, and notwithsttrnd-jng the numerous remedies I used it got no better until I commenced using Zam-Buk. I applied the balm regularly, used only Z-am-Buk Soap for bathing, and in a comparatively short time 1 ointments which contain about 5% THe M?RCMANTS BiiNK Head Office : Montreal, OF LEIHBRIDGE BRXNCH, MQNARCH BRANCH, 4 NOBL5FORD BRANCH. CANADA. Establithed t864.   R, J, DINNING, Man.ger. \ V. A. EBERLY, Aotln| Manoger. M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK \ OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LUD., D.CU, Presidenlf, H. V. F; JONEi Am'i Gen'l, Man�8er ^ \S1R JOHN AliU>,CeMniM�ta� )V.C.BROWN. ' Sup'l of Central Weitcrn Brrnchca CAPITALPAID Up. $15,000,000 T RESERVE FUNO*^  $13,500,000 THRIFT To provide for the future it is necessary not only to save, but also to provide a safe place for your savings. No better place can bd Sound than our Savings department. laaw Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Bryrrineir, Mgr. Lemon Juice rs Skin'Beautifier, ^' Also a Whitener Many women H3o just the Juice of lemons to bloach or whiton the akin, but puro lomon Juice ia acid, theretoro irrltutiiiR, uiul should ho mlxod with orchnrd white. At tho cost of a arntvll Jar ot ordinary cold cream one can prepare u full quarter pint of the most wonderful lomon � skin softener and complexion boautlflor, by squeezing the juice ot two fresh lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white. Cnro should bo taken to strain the Juice through a flno cloth so no lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion will re-piain fresh tor months. .EJvery woman Iwuiwa that lemon Jutce U used to bleach and remove such hlomlBiios as trocl'.loH, eallowness and tan, and ia tho ideal skin aoftcaor, smoothRnor n,nd boautlflor. .Iliat try it! Got three ounces, of oi'chard wlilte at any pharmacy and two lemona from the grocer and make up a quarter i>lnt ot this sweetly fragrant lomon lotion and mausngo it daily Into tho face, nock, arms and hands. It should naturally help to bring back to any akin tho v;hitonoss, the Hwoet freshness and flexibility or which it haa Ijoon roblied by caroleaa-neaa or trying atmoapliurte conditions. ^AdvertiHomojU. > �' (["rom Our Own ( � 1 ;i,,ihli nl) Magrath, May 1;.- s.iinru;iy fv-iiiuK ail the townpRoplo ;uii:i'i| out i'li maaso to show Ihir.r rrH|Kris to our deparling uoldicr hoys win. Imvo been called by the spi!ci;il ihnir. Tlio affair was in charge ni ilic io\>ri officials and WBH a gniml sncri'KS from start to finish. At si.\-:(iir(y llic! , giiesta partook ot 11 ili'llj'.lii I'li! luiicli-j con. This was scrvi'il on Uip st;i;;ii of the Assembly hull. Tw.i i^ilili'-; Uii! length of the stage were aiTiiii�c(l and decorated very pri'iiily. .MhiiiI IDO giiosta enjoyed ihr s;i|(ii.liil iii(>(il, iiiiioiig wliom wuM' 'Aw b()y.ii. Haze Dow, Jleuben Deglow, Connel Watson, Henry Shaffer, Guy Sloiiiiarrt, Georga Giggle, John Head, Irvin Harris, Geo. Hillicr, Alva i'assey, Albert J-'aritlnson, Chas. Matkin, Jas. Saboy, Harry Arndt, Frank Miller, Melvin Rlrio, Richard Toomor, W. Wotknitz, Thos. Gilbert, Jas. Passey, Jay Anderson, Leonard Ulrlq, Henry Lamb, Itobin 'llaylor, C. K. Relber, IJrew Clarke and .Mr. Proflcott. Den Hood, a Magrath boy enlisted witli tlio flying corps and was hern visiting liis parents, was also a guest. -Mr. Wodjer, of the Citizens r.:umber coinpany has volunteered but wd3 out ot town, so was not present to receive iiia badge. The ladies are to bo congratulated on their work and the success of the luncheon. All t'loso who liolpod arrange and seiTO come in for a lion's share ot tho credit for the siiccoK.H of tho ontertalii-moul. We nuLst not forgfct tho gocd work ot the Hoy Scouts who worked hard and saved the ladies many steps. Wo wish the boys success and God speed wherever their duty calls them. An Entertainment. On Friday evening a very fine entertainment was ))ut on by Mrs. Alston, but vjo regret, very much so fow people atiendoil. Tlie porfonners ranged from i! to M years and. wero ail very good in their parts. U would be impossHilo lo single out anyone as the boat as they all did so well. Tho opening songs by the Scouts, "Do Your Bit," and "Wheu Jack Comes Back," wero full of vlni. Tlie May-polo dance by 14 little girls was very pretty. "Tho Hrownio Band" was a jolly little cantata and the children all looked sweet and each carried their role well. Thu Hrownies wore Jolly, tho quoei) and ])rlncesB wore extremely pretty ami' the little "Woo Woes" wore too cute for words, Little lots six years old captured iho eye ot t"he aiidionco. / Tho gyp.^les, wood nymphs and all wok-, good. 'I'lio main parts wore taken by eight girls wlio did most of tlio singing very v.'oll. Tho song and chorus, "Bnl)y Birds." was among the best. .Afr. and .Mrs. C. \V. Stoddard Jr. are liero visiting Mr, Stoddard's parents prior to hi:i leayiug for a U. S, rogime'nt for camp in Cniilornla. We very mncli regret to nolo a mistake was iiuulo ri'ganliing thoso in chalgo ot tho "Red Oroaa lunch rooms Saturday, April J7tli, Tho rooms were If i II could see some improvement. After continuing the treatvuent for a month the disease, althoujjh of over a year's standing, had entirely disappeared. In my estimation Zam-Buk is the only remedy for skin troubles." Therea.son Zam-Buk succeeds when other remedies fail is because Zam-Buk is all medicine-IdQ fo! Its healing power is therefore much superior to ordinary medicine and the balance animal fat. For ringworm, scalp sores, abscesses, ulcers, boils, running soVes, salt rheum, teething sores, "barber's rash," pimples, blood-poisoning and piles Zani-Buk is unequalled. It is also the best " first aid" for cuts, burns, scalds and all skia injuries. 50c. box, 3 for $1.25. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send Ic. utamp (for poatase) tnil TREE trial box will b� stot roa. ELV[iLEy.F.A. ON MICE ACT A mass meeting of tho rcr-.idonts of Twelve-Mile coulee district was held Sunday to discuss tho latest amendments lo the military service act as they affect farmers. On .Monday evening again a meeting was held ot the I'.F.A. local, wlion the following resolution was passed: Resolved: That (lie farmers of Twclve-MUe Coulee Local fr.F.A. No. 'li/J of tho Tj'nltcd Farmers of Alberta protest moat strongly against the attituflo of tho Dominion government in regard to their first calling upon the tarmcrs ot the western plains to produce, jirodiico, produce !o tlio last available acre and grain of wheat, and. for that imrposo releasing from militury service our young farmers; and then iinnitdiately turning around and wiiile wo ;iro yet in tho middle of seeding calling up all our young men aged 20 to 2;t, and others actually employed qn the farm in producing foodstuffs, lo report themselves. Ivven if the;- are released again for a time tlie.se young men become so unsettled as to v.'hat their duty is, and as to wliat the country really wants, that their working efficiency is hurt. We are told almost in one breath that the Allies are starving for food, and lliat these men iiiii:-f leave the farm lo fight. They cannot be in two places at once; and it is ,difficult enough to hold high spirited young men ou the farms anyway. The government seems to want to tell them that it is their duty to be here and there too. Wo would like to know how the imposslhle can bo done. We respectfully request an Immediate decision in the mailer for many ot us aro. tliinking about putting stiil nioro acreage under cultivation, and we don't want to break the ground simply to grow weeds, for if our young men aro taken away, that is what must happen. We cannot substitute for these men with help as suggested by various departmonls, which have proven to a very great e.xteut to be Inefficient. m CROSS BORNED ON ARM Horrible Torture of Prisoner By Huns-Others Fare Even Worse Boston, -May 7.-Hearing the out-llno ot an Iron cross, wlilch was hurn-cd on his arm with an electric needle by Gorman officers In Africa, John Mitchell, a Zulu, ifonnerly a fireman ou a Brltlali aloamsiiip, captured by a German raider, tiild immigration oftlciala hero today a story ot torture. He escaped from his tormontors after tho sholls of Oeuoral Smuts' army had tore a liolo In tho prison stockade where he was lodged, giving hl'in an opportunity to make a dash for freedom. Badly treated aa lie was, Mitchell asserted thAt other prisoners fared oven worse. Ail we-ro starved, ha said, and many wero heated and flogged without the slightest provocation. After his escape from the camp, Mitchell mado liia way to General Smuts' lines and slilppod on a .British steamer bound tor this country. SERVICE lion of two more trains. .Nob. Ill and 14, wiiicli lidve operated before on the St. Paul-Vancouver line. Xos. 1 and 2 betwc'on Montreal and Vancouver will run as at present, and Xos. :': and ! between Toronto and Vancouver will bo an hour later than the present time table. There will bp no chaiigi; in tlie Spokane service, which will continue aa at present via Lethhridgo. nor will thoro bn any chunKO in the Lethhridge-Macleoii aervico. The. train which ran to :Macloo(l on Sunday evening last year will not be put ou again this summer. Tlforo will ho no daylight service on tlie Crows'Neat,branch lliis year. That i.s llie word frpm (.'. P. U.. headquarters, Tho nqw summer time-table, which goes Into effect tin Suudny, ,runo 2,' Is now'In course of proliara-tloii and no provision Is being mado for better service west from Muclcod, Whether the sleeper Bccommodutlou asked for will hq granted remains to bo aopn. . Tho maiii Uhe will have tlio addl- "What's the nev/s?" 'Fit-Reform is showing the new Spring Styles in ) Suits and Overcoats." 'Come on. Let's drop in and see their fine Imported Woollens." -jxreio McKELVIE & McGUIR^ LKTIIBRIDG];-: TsTO matter what you are going in for this summer, "FLEET FOOT" anticipates your footwear needs. "FLEET FOOT" provides easy, coinfortable, economical foot' wear -all white, and a few colors too-for every sport- for business, holiday and everyday wear-for men, women arid children. Ask your dealei: to show you the complete line of " FLEET FOOT." None genuine unless stamped "FLEET FOOT "on the sole. the best shoe dealers,sell "Fleet Foot"- Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. Limited' b* Servia liranches CoHodtt 06 ;