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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IB. 191R THE LETHBRI]M.iK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINK BY THE BELGIANS Otlnw'n.' Nov. UR-^Accotdlng to an official cable received here by the Belgian consul-general, the city of '.muty the IiowcIh. and (he result Is they become tightly flogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sours, then your little one becomoi cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat, sleep or net naturally, breath Is bad, system full of cold, has sore throat, st omitcli-achc or diarrhoea. listen, Mother! See If tongue Is coated, then give ft leaspoonful of "California Syrup o' igs." and In a few hours all the const ipatid food passes out of the system; ;,nd yen have a well, playful child. Miliums of mothers rIvp "California Syrup of Fig"" because it Is per'nctly harmless; children love it. and it i'yf- falls f a; I on Die stomach, liver and bowels. Ask yritir druggist, for a bottle of "California Syrup of Kigs," which has full directions for babies, children of nil ages, cm! for grown-ups plainly printed on I he buttle, lleware of conn-tcrtctu i-ohl here. Get the genuine, made by the "California Fig Syrup company." K->fuBe> *iiy othwr kind with contempt. - Advertisement. DON'T 1LLTREAT OFFICERS Amsterdam, Nov. 15.-The new aoldlerfj' council in Brunsels, the Nleuwe Courant of Rotterdam Mays, has published p. number of proclamation!) arranging for' the orderly evacuation of German troops, appealing to the soldiers not to ill-treat their officers and sending ?. "brotherly greeting" to the Belgian people. Sergt. John Ernest Williams of Cole, man. who enlisted at I'inolior Creek Is reported dead of pneumonia. THE POPE'S LETTER. Koine, Nov. 15. I'opc Benedict lias written a letter to Cardinal Gaspard-Innl, in which the pontiff Kays: "We pray that questions between Austria and Italy will receive solution, confirming the just aspirations of the people. "We have given instructions lo the nuncio at Vienna to put himself in friendly relations with the nations of Austria-Hungary, which are now being constituted Into independent states." I,t. Col. J. M. Ilahlcr-ion. K. C, of J'orth, has been appointed crown attorney of Lanurl: count v. DISSOLVE THE London. Nov. 15.-The Berlin soldiers' and workmen's council has decided to dissolve the Red Guards, according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen. Capt. von Berfleld, the leader of the Red Guards, has been dismissed for making revolutionary plans. t ami AND ACHES YIELD QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S LINIMENT REDUCE THE RATES Washington. Nov. 15.--The federal wire administration hopes to be able to reduce telephone and telegraph rates, J'ostmastor-General Ilurleson yesterday told the National Association of Hallway and l'llllty commissioners In convention. The association elected Charles Klintpilst, of Mill-I nesota. president. Are you tormented by Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica or any Of those aches thai require a counter-irritant? Then let the soothing, warming application of Sloan's Liniment stop the pain by drawing the blood away from the congested part. U is tits pressure on the nerves by the blood rushing- to the inflamed muscle or joint that makes you ache. .So when Sloan's Liniment relieves the swollen blood vessels by setting up a counter-irritant on the surface, the circulation is equalized. sympathetic nerves all soothed, and soreness or lameness disappears. Sloan's Liniment is probably tht counter-irritant most widely u�ed t� overcome painful inflammation in cases of _ neuralgia, sore muscles, wrenched joints, strains, bruises, gout. Rubbing is not required. This clear, clean liquid ii easily applied ai it does not stain the akin. Made in Canada. Generous site bottles at your druggists. SlociiVsdBJi The Worlds l^KF Linimeni Canada Food Bosrd. Licence No. 11-441. WANTED Oapabh', energetic women * to assist district agents In finding leads. Well established line. Highest class. Dignified work Wholo or part . of time. Gliftl to arrange personal Interview with anyone Interested. .APPLY IOX IS, HERALD v 282-6 Accountant Wanted for Mine Office In the Letkbridge District APPLY TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. CITY SHEEP FOR SALE 1000 No. 1 Young Ewei Ramboultt and Lincoln Cross Theeo sheep are In the very halt of condition and must he ho|(I Immediately. No fancy price* asked. Absolutely no culls In 'flock. FOR PARTICULARS APPLY 410 Fifth Avenue South or Phone 1553 Inquiries Solicited, invited, Inspection (From Our Own CorreSDonrif-nU Magrath, Nor. 13.-One of tho most terrible accidents pretaininK to Ma Krttth people was that which happened on Tuesday afternoon on the Loth bridge road, when Mr. .Ubert Snellen, one of Magratb's best known citizens and a prominent rancher and Htock man, lost his life. The. accident hap pened on tho first jrrnrte just south of Lethbrldge. ' W. 0. Miller was driving the car. Mr. Sholton and Mr. Rlria were In the back seat. Tho steering Bear broke and Mr. Miller lost, control of tho car which dumped over pinning Mr. Sheltou and Mr. Miller underneath Hlrle jumped and escaped with only a few scratches. Luckily there were two cars of Magrath men near at band, Messrs. .1. O. and J. 11. Bridge, J. Steele and J. Mercer were In a car going to Lethbrldge and Messrs. Hur old Wood, Amos Peterson and J. \V. 10vane were coming from I^t'ubrldge Those men were on the scene in a few minutes and pulled the unfortunate mon from under tho car. The ambulance soon arrived from the Oalt Hob i pltal. Mr.'Shelton was conscious only I a few minutes. He was hurt Internal | ly and also his head, ho died bofore I they arrived in Lethbrldge. Mr. Miller was taken to the hospital suffering from a broken arm and several si-rat-i ones. Mr. Shelton leaves a largo fam-| ily besides a numerous host of friends j | to mourn his loss. Ho was well known all over Southern Alberta especially with the sheep men. He leaves a wife, three sons and six Uutighters all of whom are grown ex-! cept the youngest who la nine yecr.i ! old. The sympathy of the people of Magrath onco more goes out to the i bereuved parents of the late Chris ChrUtonaen. Services were held over his remains on Sumlny afternoon outside of the home of his parents, ton-ducted by the Rev. Mathewson of Raymond. The singing was furnished by Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. 11. Wood and Miss Woolloy. Messrs. J. O. Bridge, t). Clarke, T. RobertH and Win. Baxter. The pall bearers were friends of deceased, Wallace Johnson. L. Harrison, W. Clifton, John Baxter. Wilson Howes and Ran Bennett. Words of comfort were spoken to the bereaved parents by the Rev. Mathewson and  also O. A. Woolley by request of the family. Thoy also spoke of the good character of departed, how he was respected by all who knew him. The floral tributes wore beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen desire to express their grntltudo and appreciation to all who have so kindly and willingly helped them In their two recent bereavement*. They wish to exprosB to the ladles of the Rellof Society their thanks for the assistance they gave, which they feel could have been done, by no others; also to everyone who In auy way assisted thorn. They were never left alone one minute, someone has always been on hand to help them ami they can not express as they would like to their appreciation. Flro broke out early Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. A. J. Wood, tho flames completely demolishing the house and all (to content*. The cause of tho fire la unknown. -When first discovered the contents of tho clothes closot. wore all aflame. The family wore sitting In the kitchen when they amellod the smoke. A high wind was blowing at the time and help did not arrivo soon enough to save anything. Mr. Wood 1* away up north but will no doubt arrive home tn a few days. The neat little bnngalow of Licit R. G. Bwlft Is. nearlng completion. He expect* to move In before Christina*. Tho post office will be located In the large room at the front. ThU make* a groat Improvement to IMr*t Ave. south. The Victory Loan 'committee are finishing their work this week, Saturday being the lait day. AlftMIN AT COLOGNE London, Nov. 15.-American airmen landed at Cologne, on the Rhino, Thursday, according to a Cologne dispatch to tho Copenhagen Politlktn and transmitted by the Exchange Telegraph company. CAN'T GRANT APPLICATION. Now York, Nov. 16.-The elly has been unable to grant application* from the British government foi two additional piers here and from the navy department- for four for tho purpose of loading vessel*