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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta B^te.*called to aliaU. *U1 go^orib'the mhlioV dollar jial e�at' todk-y but.th4re are who JiaVe, been overlooked in I St Tnsli?-All canvassers "and team ihs liare ncetred InstrncUons to thoir cards csrefuUr and check lose ^"lio hnre not ydl subscribed, lor flags bare been won by four B firms, Motor. Sales, KnigUl-Wat-Ranching Oo, and -staff, Columbia )ri Co. and ,Shep2ierd, Dunlop ,. Monday a little bo.v with hie ler visited the .Victory-Loan liead-iiu�Tt.w?-,,He wanted to buy a bond, 3;j�,-;and; 111 ca?hv bills and silver and cop-eJ*,-^ Ders he had the necessary |50. "SSTien pwH'tee purchase w��'completed he asked Eiii3."~it Secret a.ry Gibbons had a pin. The ^iecretary had. lie walked over to a taljlo and picked np a bright shiny pin ot Uie ipnunon or garaeh variety. The iUttlP lioy; looked troubled, and decided to say on the job. "Haven't yon got ano-Jier" kind of pin?" lie asked. And then Secretary Gibbons tumbled. The boy Tranted a Victory Loan pin, ho liad earned it. and he got it. That's the gpint that will put Lethbrldge over the top.,'.  ' Bow Island and Magrath Get Honor � ralsary.vNor. 5.-(Special to Herald) � -Inierest is rapidly increasing in lion-. or .flag ^/competitjon In Southem""'Al-bprta- an^ the sonthem Alberta execn- ii live confidently expect several more Hags win,: be claimed before night. I Kach toiKi or district when attaining, ! its qnt)tfgjls entitled to an honor flag* s and for^Wery 25 per cent by which it S. exceed^A^^^ quola it receive* .a crowii. j Thesft flil^tsand cro^vnS will lietome ! histotaaito.years to come and the dls-r trict!whi^ cannot fly one vill hav? some .explaining, to do to posterity. � �"ilhbnor, flag in Spnthern Al-ligipron by. the town of Bassanp :31st. Bassano also wa%a I The fii; lierla.-on Ot r-own and 5 lov day iiJthV j liitiT* ahov.Otbat.oa.Mbn- . - !,u 'stibfffi. :bighe8t jrlth .Lethbrl the amount of foreclosar��belng $36,930, on farm landjs in the I^ethbrldge district. Another actioif set for hearing is the appeal of Mrs.'Jennie Ferguson, of the Windsor Hotel, against the conviction by Magistrate' Irwin, for the flelUng and having liquor on her Tiremises. This was the case in whicli the conviction was made, trobahly for the first time in the province, without the evidence of the actual liquor. Wher�> Dttea'TaiK. Sale Property > T Purchasjer Cpme Under :'.�:,-v.i ^M^^n^^s^. .7...,,., \\86iHep^g[ Vf^teiigio' in 'local tax'' 'Wtcles'^ip'j5(*a* about W f,hev^eceffl:^;action'ot, tlie city council^ in deciding tliattiiose who will pay ten per �ient.^^"of,tax arrears along ^vith the full'Ijul-reutairrears will escape ilthe nestt; tax seife.''  \yhat Is the posl-' tlon of &dse who lost their property in the f'ecent tax sale, under tlie new condition, ai^d what is the status of those who bought propOTty: at the tax'sale Mayors Hardle wM asked by ^ citizen, a purchaser'at the recent sale, this morhingVarid'Ills-answer was that the city had .bfl^n trying for two days to decide .the Question but had not done so.' "/y " A pufchaaer of tax sale property is [vnow 'being caj[led upon to pay tho p V.v'^^Einqiijre ffbin Local Pte. Roddy Macbeth, Artillery, Lying Seriously III in British Hospital Word was received in the City this morning that Pte. Wm. H. Webb, who enlisted during 1916, had been killed iu action on October Ist during the heavy fighting by the Canadians for V:;ambrai. Little information regarding the,young man could he secured by the Herald, but the family are residents of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macbeth were informed by wire this morning that Pte. Roderick Macbeth, who enlisted with the 78th Depot Battery s'everal months ago, and who went to England with a draft some weeks ago is lying seriously ill in an English, hospital. Pte. Macbeth's brother Fred was one of the first Lethbridge young ;men to give up his life for his country. lARGE SE� E Two Carloads at Barons-Many Autos Are Confiscated y Large seizures ot liquor have been made recently by the provincial police. Yesterday Const: Mackle, of the pro vincial. police force, made the seizure of two autoloadB..of liquor which had been brought over the international border, and had: been abandoiied by the owners, of which no trace was found by the police. The autos themselves were also taken up. There are now leveral cars in tlte hands of the customs officials, following Mlzures made as a result of the illicit liquor traffic over the border, and no arradgeihents have.yet been made,, It^ is-understood; for tjieir disposal, which'will l(l{elyil)e by'salj;i?y public auction. Thepe cars aiie b^Ing kept in local garages under the of the cuBtonu 4*gartine�U At a meeting of the city council this mpniing, E. F.jiLayton and-W. V; Hsrtsey appeared as a delegation rep-res6ntlng the civil servants (if Lethbrldge and asked support for their petition of October 8 when a memorial was presented fo the t)oniinion cabinet asking for a maxlmuin iftcrea^e in salary .to all civil.-servants of $350 per annum. 'The appeal met with immediate response from the.city council, and a resolution was passed supporting them as perfectly justifiable in th^lr demand/ The resolution li being > wired to Premier Borden this afternbah. There are more than a dozen members of the civil service In Lethbrldge who wOuld be affected liy the increase. 'il^be'jVpostal carriers have already'reci^'lTiela their'increases. CZECHO:9LOV5JIk8 AT CONFERENCE , Paris, Nov. 5.-^{Havas.)-The government-of;.thc. new nation of Czecho - Slovakia'. > represented in the Inter-allled conference at Versailles. THe representative irl, Mr. Genet. ^  two deaths from influenza. (Vulcan Advocate.) The funeral took place on Thursday last at the Vulcan cemetery/ of Percy Or�nt, who died of pneumonia, super-ihdliced b^Jnfluenza, at the local hospital the same day. He had only been ill for a few days. The disease developed Into pneumonia of a virulent type, which proved fatal. " At the time ot Mr. Girant's illness his-wlfe' was also taken with the, influenza and In spite of all that co^uld be done she gradually sank and passed away yesterday momirtg at an' early hour,at! the loo�(l' hospital. The funeral took place' ip' thfe tffternooil'at the]Vulcan cemeter^i .-i..'-' >7 Mr." and^MrSPGtant -were*employed on Mr, Ray Preffer'i farm* and-wer� very favorably known in the Reid Hill and VulcajivdftitrictSi The sistlPlof Mrs. Grant, Miss Brroll Brannicfci of�Chilliwflck, B;G., has been here nursing her sister at the hospital. Mrs. Grant ^vas only 18 years ^ of - age>.and wasN^ daughter of Joseph'Brannick of Chilliwack. The funeral ^ervices \^ere conducted by Rev. A; H. Schrag.  . - lileut. vJohn W. Sheridan, former aa^lstant superintendent of the Regina city waterworks department, waV killed at the front on September 26. ear's taxes, together with a every means th^.cjbBfrtqhallp.ws to collect the taxesi ;>^ut the-iiurchaser ot taxvflale propertji-^is not'th^ owner o� the property, until after ,the rodemji-'tiou period. Heuce4ho'Decullar' situation. > I � ' -  . It is likely thiit a.clear st�,t^raent of the situation will boUsued: by the city council within a couple ot days. 'NqbthernVdoctors ; 1 victims of 'flu . Edmontou, Nov. 4.-The death took place'on Sundtiy at 10 a.m. of.'-Dr. T. J. Rousseau, of Provost,; after a few days', illness of Spanish Influenza, Dr. Rousslaau had been medical ofllcer of the 233rd French-Canadian Battalion and had been very busy during the past few days In attending cases-ot In^ fluenza which is very severe in Fro; ^ The deajh took place at KlUam oft_ Sunday of Dr. Duggan, aged 34, nffei' an illness of four-days from influenza. His wife and flve-^children are also ill of Ae epidemic'. Coughs are Nature's danger, , signal-Nature's Way of tellinsr yon that ini throat or breathing , tiiKS there 1$ something wrong-soinething'need* ing attention. Perhaps the delicate membranes havje;:beea chilled and are infhimed aiid sore. Di^^se'genns may have lodged there'ifnd-may be getting up irritation, which if not checked will btin#.ontk:ute bronchitis, asthma, or/Cven Worse evilslSp-iieyer ignore a cough. ' Peitai 'kill coughs because they remove the causes. Assoonasa.Pep isdissplvedin themoutbt powerful;, but pleasant, mediciual vap>>rs ^re liberated.; -These healing fumes bathe ihe lining membranes of the throat and breathing tubes, kill j disease germs, allay irritation and soothe the inflamed parts. ' Pem4.enable you to end^. coughs and colds in Natnre*k>|iiray, by breathing in7the^iiledicine the, same^'wSyiiii'^hediseasegrermsatusiiigthe trouble wer^'brieathed in! Isn't thisj�visec treatment than>^ theiuvallo^jhg of mtxtures/into yotfr^stomd^h-r, wM[j:hi8.^taUing? 1 '. For wiBghs, colds, bronchitis,, asthma, sorte throat Itniffht cough and all troubles of throat and ^Ctiest, try Peps. Best for children because pleas�tnt to take and free from opiates, etc. All dealers, 50c. a box. It AVE A BOTTLE READY WHEN NEEOTfeD-flnrfjtop the Paint When yoa hnve an sttsck of rlieamatiim. lamboMflieuralsis, er set a lame hack, swollen ioihts, or asprain-you don't need to suffer. Get the battle bf IlliBt** Fain EitcrmriMtbr, and use it oecnrdins to directions I'n circular. It Mops the pain quickly.. Buira battle ndbeceadr. Bqaaily etrectWe for relieving earache, tootbache. sore thrnnt nncl other painful ailment*. ^For 40 ycani , it bu been a Cinillr friend. -aU dealen-or wriW iim. �� , HIUST REMEDY COMPANY, HAMILTON. CANADA Also nakera of BIRST'firamiiir Salve and HIRST'S PectwalSiT^VifHoreliouad and Elecampane (or couffbs and colds. When llTine in Vernon, I suffered acutely for over two years with a sore on my leg, which, despite aU treatment, turned Into an open ulcer. I tried an kinds of ointihcnts, lliaiments, etc., but the oioir only.aot worse, mad finaUy became so bad that I decided to go linto � bospltsl for treatment. Before doinf so, howeVcr, a friend advised m^ to try Zam-Buk. which I did, and the first few applicattons g^Te me such relief, that I was encouraged to continue. By degrees all the soreness sniT inflammation were drawn out, and then heaUng began. � "Vo cot a long story short, perseverance with this wonderful balm resulted in a complete cure. To me it seems nothing s||brt of marvellous, that after suffering so iotensely'for so Ibhg, Zam-Buk should effect� cure ih such  comparatively short time^ after all other remedies bad failed. -..It Is that Zam-Buk's p'owiir' is infinitely, superior to tjiat^ of any other ointment, ;^ That not'only  is Zam-Buk capable of cJUririg jivhere ^otheTc. remedies fail, but Zam-Buk cuires are/j^irmai^ent. two years no,w s^nce this cure was effected, and there has not biefn.the slightest trace of the ulcer , returning. ' � � � Since I have eihlisted I have further proved th^ power of Zam-Bulc. I have Just rejourned from the front where the'men say It is invaluable-so splendid for the many Injuries and-ar.;nents incidental to the soldier's Ui^e. I have personally given Zani-Buk to many of ray men for Various ailments and injuries and. in all cases the results have been eminently sstisfactory. I shall be glad if you will publish this letter, as 1 think everyone should know of this wonderful healing ointment-Zatti-Buki" / " (Sga.) RICHARD B.NUNNi Capt. Officers'Mess, ' South Mid|and8,vD;Ato��rtie�. Hrtm so icHncd, Zim-Buk l� capable o( rtichlae the uodcrlrlnr (fnitei, wbcri is (roubles hare Iheirtobtj,andofilestrDTiiit all cnni. Then the heallnt eiicnce, actlnc upon.th.e tUiues promote new iroirth. New llisue IrniluallT. replaces, the did, until the diseased, patch bcCQDieanewi healthy pkln. . :Zaa-?uklsbestroree�ini,tlsc�ora!iUlcers. ahtctMn, blood-peitoniat, ifiles, boils, 'bnriti,,scalds, cuts and,all skln.lniutlci and ^IstsBCS. .All drusciita ss� slotcs SOc. or Zam-Buk Co.. T�rcBto. Send this sdvcr-llsfmeni. nama o| paper and Ic i,i,aniP and receive Iritl box 686?1977 05844221 489939 ;