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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBR1DGB (DAILY HF.RALB TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1!M8 'EPUL THAT LETHBRIOGE WILL PAGE) lifts wt'l not bp'called to a halt. Vhty will -."' on 'o the million ilollnr ifcatk. The canvassers nrt> all making B abecist! '(Tort today but there are IBMly who have been overlook!-! in UW first, ru.-h. All canvassers and team casta!n- Canlsui:t. .Mugr.ith and inond district totalled $19!�.0.->ii ! night. T!'.e total for the whole | is now J.*i.7"h>.Ui!il. Haj -last aiiltil �.tijv a lit Mi -itcii the Vi, lie wanted i. hills and d t!ie necessary .se was compiei- of lit: cid K"' A: T . 3.- pe: . tor every _ . v ceds Its quota i 7 > -e flags ami � i ; '-torii: in yeurs to : which c.innot - >nio explaining to Loan i.eail- j f-.0tu Trronto that Militv.ry authorities :o buy a bond. . liav,.>! permission for .-oMiers silver ami con- ; to wear Vlc..f the enmpaign. hut not i he askeil I .u'tor Novemher Itith. Ontario Congratulation The following wire has b.-vi rco-iv-�1 from 0. 11. Wood, chairman Vie. cry I.o.m Committee. Toron'o: "Ontario sends greetings I." Al'-i-'in congratulates you and your woyk-011 your splendid contribiition t'o; the tirst Scarcely any meeiimrs liav,. been permitted in this '."-en ince but we are pleased to report that Ontario's total with one-third of our time gone ex.......I� eight million dollars. Kveryhoiy here working like beavers and there will lie no let up until we have done more than ottr full share of tli* live hundred million. We must debtee, the Hun with our dollars." Big Subscriptions at Montreal. .Montreal. Nov. .".subscriptions to the Victory Loan today were: Canadian Vichers. Limited. sr.iin.iino: Montreal Locomotive Works. J.".i>e,ui.Mi ; Mark Workman. $.".110,1.....; It.iyal In stitutioii for the Advancement, of Learning. S tee eee� (imnnerclnl I'n- . ry tiibbous had 1; pi.i. The had. He walked over to a .::; einmoti or cardeti variety. The '.'V looked troubled, and do-.. .. say 011 the job. "Haven't von ) antl .: ettor kind of pin'" he asked. 1 H1s ' e:i Sei rotary Ciibbons tumbled, j n >y wanted a Victory Loan pin. . 1 earned it. and he pot it. That's fit that will put L. '.hbrMKe over � IM be claimed before nipht. : town or district when attaining, plot a is entitled to an honor (hiR No Deaths in t'Uy in Twenty-Four Hours-Conditions Improving: "Nil better and no worse," That, in a word, silins up the Spnn-iah influenza situation ns it exists to-dav. a-.-cordiUK to Pr. UeVeber, M. H.t).  It is not so bad as we had been 1>M to "xpei t in No. r, mine district."; s.ild the M.JI.O. "The ministers of the city made a lioii?e to house canvas-; in thai district yesterday. They did not find conditions so bad. Only j four families were really in need of 1 help and they have been supplied. I Today the ministers are canvasstnK ! the situation at. No. j No deaths in the city from int'lucn-j 7:1 have been reported dnritiR the pad j 24 hours, but there are several from ; MINER'S ESTATE $25, ll Estate of Dun Maclcod Alleges Negligence of Mine Company Where Does Tax Sale Property Purchaser Come Under New Order? jrt^^|**�/U^5ALTC^l^jlT5D rent bv iiiih it rr-i'i!;v>'� a 1 rown.* will become 1 onie and the -its-rl> one will ha\" i'.o to posti :-ity. ; in >'�>::'tern Al-� own of Pa-vino .1110 also ff.n, a Other tVss won in tit Crosstield. lias: seven crowns; C irowti; MaKrath. Ion A-. $j*o,iini. tile Inr Vichuis f "Oil,III), 1 Holier; to  iir.-t.-ie Nor ur.'.tice C'lctc.ea .1 N. V, It -for i " l*t�rutt rec* Bow Nljnd. tl.i: > fob .Jen-art s-tla Oko : i ived le Siiu'liern Coiue in and we will tell you tome 1 thins about �hat I).PP. Prescription, j made In the P.P.P. Laboratories, To-ronto, has iiccumpli.-lied in yuur own j SlBhborhood. Your money ttaek utile-; i e first bottle relieves you .1. P. Hik^; lnbotham & Co.. Ud.. aniBRtsi.-.-Ad.*| Company. Limited. Itriti-11 and Men-an-c.uapany. 52.",o.Mi}0; Company. Limited. ee;:>'.i:e'uls. $l*>0.'b',O; t'ompany. Sloo.nOti; Laurentide I'owcr I'onip.tny. llOfl.t'ioi; (!a.iron:e-- Company ui" North America $1'lit.tmO: Hanson Urothers, JlOO.noo; ,lohn W. Peck � Co.. SlrtO.iui"; E. W. I!eatt>. .*."i".0iii�. HUN ARMY IN CONFUSION. �------- With the American Army Northwest of Verdun, Nov. 5.-The American intelligent officers have learned that the confusion in the enemy army is increasing almost hourly. Apparently the liaion between the various units has been badly broken. As confirming this, one of the prisoners taken by the Americans proved to be a runner who had been sent forward from one of the headquarters. 20 miles behind the line, to discover what was the reason for the confusion at the front and the failurt Of the men to held. 1 The Stretchable i .,- Durability in a firebox depends mostly upon its ability to expand when hot and to contract when cold, without cracking. ' Ever notice that steel rails arc laid with a ^-Mce at the ends-it is wider in winter than in ^�nner. That space allows for stretching in warm summer weather. Kootenay fireboxes are made of nine picees pure semi-steel. They can expand without . cracking. That is why Kootenay fireboxes last so long. If you do have to change a piece it comes out with a tap of a hammer-no bolts, no rivets or other fastenings-just good accurate fitting. "Sarvica in the Kitchen."-Booklat Frae ThU is only one of the many features of tie Kootenay Rattje 4e�eribed in a beautiful little booklet, "Serv:cs in the Kitchen," which wilt be mailed free on request. _ It telU all a woman wants to know about a range before site buys it. MeClaryS Kootenay London Toronto St. John, N.B. Hamilton Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Caigary Kdraonton Saskatoon Enquire from Local Hardware Dealers One of the largest civil actions yet tried In the civil courts hero will eom(t;thi> noxl tax sale to trial ilfr* supreme court at the civil assises which open on November ltlth. I'upers in this action were filed lust week. In the action Chas. Lockbarl. acting for the estate of the Into Pan Mac- loinl. u miner, is suitiK the .lasper Col- HoriuB, Ltd., for the sum of .jL'e.000 for dnjiiHKos in connection with the death ! of Macleod. who was killed in, the 'mine tit I'ocahontun last April llltti. IF. Ostltuid. of Letbbridjte, is arting for the plaintiffs. Macleod was killed by a ear in the ' Sotlie'titiiiK of a faiigln In local I ax. circles; bttH been broiiRht about, by the reoorit action of Iho city council in deciding that those who will pay ten per cent, of tnx arrears along with the full current arrears will cscnpn What Is the position of (hose who lost their property In the rnoont tnx Bale, under the new ondltion, and what Is the status of thoso who lioiiKht property at the lax tulle Mayor Hardie was asked by ^i. citizen, a purchaser at the recent, sale, (his morning, and his timnvor was that the city had buen trying for two days to decide the question but had uot done so. A purchaser of tax sale property Ik I mines, and the statement of claim sets department has issued . forth the reasons for claim for dam- The postal country points. Coalintrst reports two. ; the followiiiK circular dealiiiR with : ag(M ), effect that 110 switchman was and Maprath nNo reports one. death.'; correspondence. iiiMudinB part-els, , ltept at t)lP ,ioor throughout which the The iiumbor of ca�es in the city N for Canadian L'vpcditioriary Vorves in'eafs passed, and that no proper sys-not liiereasltip. One firm of doctors Siberia: j tern of safety slRiials was in force re- reported lr' tills morninc:. but many: letters, parcels and other ninil mat- KilrdiiiR the operatlnK of the cars, and cases arc being released from ipiarau. | tor should be fully addressed, and the tnlU I10 competent motorimin was in line. " Ciinadian Kxpeditionary ,.|,urKl. ,lf the operation of the car and Sanitary Inspector Vallance. who Forces in Siberia" should form part.,hat no proper instructions had been has been a flu' victim, returned to of the address. _ j Issued the motorman. work on Monday. Mr. (Timer is as-j Rates of Postage. . Large List sisthiK him in his duties. Letters- Two cents for each ounce j A particularly large list of cases The C.P.R. i.ethbridse division.1 �r fraction thereof, with one cent ad-; j, prepared for the coming assizes, which had hecn hard hit, reports a diiional as war tax on each hotter. a( whicli Mr. .htstice Simmons will sliRht c'.mnse for the better. Vester- The sender's name and address should ,,rl, he shown on letters in order that they j 0l,, of ,llt. nr,ions set Tor hearing may he returned if undeliverabto. I ^ thiu t,, Ul(l f0ror!osl,ri. ,, mortgag. Newspapers-One cent for each two bv nnrmon S. Holmes, and A. V. Free-.miiti-s or fraction thereof. 1 man aRlliIl!lt Uobt. C.oodwin, the am Parcels- VI cents for each pound or ,mlU of foreclosure being $,in, on fraction of a pound. Limit of weight farm in ,IlL> Lfthbrldge district seven pounds. j Another action set for hearing is thn It Is necessary mat all parcels tnnwuX or \irs (,on. it is believed the situation will gradu- The address should be written 111 bold vktion was made, probahlv for the ally turn for the belter from this time letters on the cover fn ink or indelible ,jmi, ln Ul0 provincP- without the forward. ! pencil and not on ' ' ' - ' tied or pasted 011. All rani! addressed to the Canadian Kxpeditionary Forces in Siberia ;TWO DEATHS FROM INFLUENZA, should be forwarditd to Vancouver! t Vulcan Advocate.) post office by first mail. I The funeral took place 011 Thursday The public is Informed that it Is not I last at thn Vulcan cemetery, of I'ercy 1 permissable to send Christmas cards flrant, who died of pneumonia, super-I in correspondence addressed to pri- induced by Influenza, at the local hos day they had CM canes reported. Thi� morning the number had dropped to v:i. The l.etbbridge division of the A !'!'. is also badly crippled by the epi-: fiemic. according to Inspector Mundy. Several of the men are victims and In some towns t!i�>' are d per annum. Tint appeal met with immediate response from the city council, and ;i resolution was passed supporting them as perfectly justifiable in fhefr demands'. Tho resolution !� being wired to Premier Pordon this atternonli. There are more than n dozen members of the civil service in Lothbridge who would be affected by the increase. The postal carriers have already received their increases, CZECM0-8L0VAKS AT CONFERENCE - Paris, Nov. 5.-.(Havas.)-The government of the new nation of Ciecho. Slovakia is represented in the Interallied conference at Versailles. The representative Is Mr. Cene*. Mr. and Mrs. drain were employed on Jlr. Kay Proffer's farm and wire very tavorahly known in the Rcid Hill and Vulcan districts. The sister* or Mrs. (."rant. Miss Krrol! Brannick, of Chilliwnck. MX'., has been here nursing her sister at tho hospital. Mrs. Oram was only PS years of age, and iva.s a daughter of Joseph  Ilrannick of (TillllwacU. The funeral services ^cro conducted by Rev. A. II. Schrag. Lieut. John W. Sheridan, former UHaitJtunt' huperlntendent. of the Re-gina city wuterworkK department, was killed at the front, on September 20. oughs Coughs are Nature's danger signal-Nature's way of telling yon that in throat or breathing tubes there is something wrong-something needing attention. Perhaps the delicate membranes have been chilled and are inflamed and sore. Disease germs may ha vo lodged there and may be setting up irritation, which if not checked will bring on acute bronchitis, asthma, or even worse evils I So never ignore a cough. Peps kill coughs because they remove the causes. As soon as a Pep is dissolved in the mouth, powerful, but pleasant, medicinal vapors are liberated. These healing fumes bathe the lining membranes of the throat and breathing tubes, kill disease germs, allay irritation and soothe the inflamed parts. Peps enable you to end coughs and colds in Nature's way, by breathing" in the medicine the same way as the disease germs causing the trouble were breathed in! Isn't this wiser treatment than the swallowing of mixtures,into your stomach- which is not ailing? For coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, sore throat, night cough ami all troubles of throat unit chest, try Peps. Best for children because pleasant to take and free from opiates, etc. All dealers, 50c. a box. HAVE A BOTTLE READY WHEN NEEDED - and stop the Pain! When l-on htiiT*. an atUck of rliruiuatUm. Itimbaeo, neurnlsis. or net n Umc lwck,nwnllen joints, or usprnin-you don't need to ff V ... � tottle of Mint� fain Eitcrnnustor nml line it nrrnratiiR to tllrri-tionfi in cireulnr. it slops the puin quickly. Buir a Dottle and bo reach;. Eiioulljr etT onrache, toothache fori- throat and other painful ailments. For to yenrn it has Urn ft fainllv frwnd. -all itealera-or write �a. MUST KKMKOY COMPANY, HAMILTON, CANADA Alto maker* of UIRS1 S Family Suite mid HIRST'S Syrdp'of I lorcliound und lilocampnnc t at couuha mid colds. LARGE SEIZURES E Two Carloads at Barons-Many Autos Are Confiscated Large seizures of liquor have been mado recently by tho provincial police. Yeaterday Const. Mackle, of tho provincial police force, mado tho Helzure of two autoloads of liquor which had been brought over the international border, and had boon abandoned by tho owners, of which uo trace was found by tho police. The autos themselves were a'so taken up. There are now several cars in the hands of tbo customs offlclula, following *olzuro3 made as a result of tbo illicit liquor traffic over the bordor, and no arraignments liavo yet been made, it Is understood, for their din poaal, which will by sale by public auction. Thotst, ears are being kepi in local garages undor tho of the custouw *?$at Uiieut. that Zam-Buk's power is infinitely superior to that of any other ointment. That not only is Zam-Huk capable of curing where other remedies fail, but Zam-Buk cures are permanent. When living in Vernon, I suffered acutely for over two years with a sore on my leg, which, despite all ttcatment, turned into an open ulcer. 1 tried all kind* of ointmeats, liniments, etc., but the uiccr only sot worse, and finally became so bad that 1 decided to go into a hospital for treatment. Before doing to, however, a friend advised me to try Zam-Buk, which I did, and the flriit few applications gave me such relief, that I waa encouraged to continue. By degrees all the soreness ana Inflammation were drawn out, and then healing began. * To cut a long atory abort, perseverance with this wonderful balm resulted in a complete cure. To me it seems nothing short of marvellous, that after suffering no intensely for so long, Zam-Buk should effect a cure in such a comparatively short time, after all other remedies had failed. It is two years now since this cure was effected, and there' has not hecn the slightest trace of the ulcer returning. Since I have enlisted 1 have further proved the power of Zum-Uuk. I have Just returned front the front where the men say it Is invaluable-so splendid for the many Injuries and aliments incidental to the soldier's life. I have personally given Zain-Iluk to many of my men for various ailments and injuries and in all cases the results have been 1 shall be glad if you will publish thla letter, as I p, ,,,b>, Compo,i,i,, inii u, pen*, think everyone should know of this wonderful oeina itn.nt.ia.t Pn>,tiiiu. tMm so heallnc ointment_Zam.iiuk " wilnci, Ztra-Huk li capjliie of rtjrnloir the (Sgd.) KICUARD B. NUNN, Capt, Oifl,roi,t,,aii.l,.lii>ine ill Itiw. 'Him Officers' Mess, South Midlands, D.A.C., HOW ZAM-BUK CURES Salisbury, Eng. ,, ,,......� f�ms. Then oi� liealiiiR essences actlnir upon the tinmen promote new uraivili. .New ll�ite #./iilujlj, irpl.icca IHe i,H, until the diieiict! patch wromea ueir, lie.ilthr skin, itim-flukl-ibc,! for eczema,tln�woriTI,iikTti. abserisej, bJoort-pgl.ionfar, l�i]en, boils, burnt, tcildi, cull .md .11 .kin Itiluiice uni Jlmae,. ,\)| rliuriull �>* �Iu;r� SUC. or }!ain-!)uk Co,, Toibblo. FREE BOX Sand Ihlj adTrr-llnvmant, name, ol i>ai>*r ami lr. a tsui p and re ctsivo trial 1m>* \ ;