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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ocrontfH 10, mi? T1IE LKTIlOniDGB DAILY ItKllALD SEVEH YOUR SKIN: An eminent specialist us that if wily one- seventh of our skin were, destroyed death would follow. It is obvious, therefore, that diseased I: condition of even a small portion of the body's -covering has injurious effects upon the health. Hence the necessity for keeping the skin Jrec from disease, and for this purpose there, is nothing so suitable as, m-Buk, f a Rash or any skin trouble its'appcaTtvhce it shobld receive prompt treatment' WUti Xaiu-fluk. herbal balm destroys nil germs as soon as applied anil prevents the disease spreading. Then Zam-Buk grows neyv tissue, which replaces the diseased, and the skin is Quickly restored to health. Zam-Buk contains absolutely none of the coarse animal fat or mineral drugs found in ordinary ointments, which invariably Irritate and inflnnae and sometimes even polsou the pirt they arc intended to Solving of Zftm-Buk, the fa mom English CUfcmlst, W. Scotl, says: I have analysed. Zam Bait and find 1L exclusively of vegetable orljjln. 'I have no hesitation ILV certifying Its purity and value for skin diseasesaud injuries." Ztm-Buk found In the homes gf the best people of llie Dominion to-day, because oMta untauci1 composition, anil once trleJ its-reliability establishes II llielr household balm for Soiialisls IJenaunt'e Parly He- bpor.siWe for Prolonging The War all time. Zam-Bufcls unequalled for ec- zema, sores, legs, blood-poisoning, cms, burns, seal iurlc5. 50c. box. 3 tot All dealersorXnm-Buk Co.. Toronto. Scuil this adver- tisement and Ic. stamp (for fret: trial box will be sent you. Entire Town Joined In Services i Are Passed fl-Yoni Our Oivn Corresponilcull Maeriitli. Ocf. The church yras filled Ip on Sunday even- ing wjj'cn memorial services wore held Jn honor of the late I'lc.. John A. killed in action on August 31.' JOIT. -Mr. InEles, pastor of tlic 1 hytiifirlan chureli, rharec'or the" .verviccs. Mrs, II. E. Kelly, ul Sprjug Coulee, presided at the orKRu and ren- dered "sonic very bcainirul "scltclloiis, Mr. Km by, MKO -of Spring Coiilcc. sang "l-Vcc to Face1' and "Thy Will Be Done.'' Mr. .Corson Urtilgi! sang 'the polo, "1 Ha'Ve -Head-, of n IteauUfill by Miss Afloii Copenhagen, Oct. steps lu Iho jjjJul.slerkjl crisis and no action on llie ut Admiral Von Capelk-. (he minister (if marine is eiueucd by Orman newspapers imilt Kttiperor William returns to Merlin, from his halkan Dr. MkhacHs, ihe liuucrhul chancellor, 'meanwhile has lell the vln ing tlri.s weekUo U-lhlirldge where wcrc wiih similar thy pspocllu niahc Ihelr home. Their j to lake "acllorS sou, Stanley, has been working for ilRa'insl simultaneously.- some time (n a garage (Jierc. Mr. lja come and .Mrs. Rogers have resided in .Ma- :itul wc erath Tor some years aad they will be greatly missed here. W. 1'j. Koonig, former manager of Uio Royal hank licre, Is in town re- Several residences are going up and Magrath Is really alive. Clyde Dennett has moved into hfs new uun-i yaloiv on First street west. j I'nssuy's fine new homes IF. Hearing completion. Roy Searlfi has a new liQinc nlmosL complelcd. SQ also have JaraiT Merrer antl A. Mercer. Chris.. brick hoiue is ilso" Messrs.- FKwns and of Hay- moiid, were the speakers at the Lal- tor Day Safins' cliurcli on-Sunday afternoon. s- Head.has a new Chevrolet, car. At'n meeAing of the bqnn) of health held- Uio- hcfjinnfng of tlie t( (hat sweet horaa wJiero troulilcs cease. Heiiion. laJ buronu to Investigate main Ihlnc is not to talk or about them." iih- com d- sjiec- vrv Found Guiliy of Kidnnppin W.oalihy' lfl, Mo. for rtpge the school for Claude Vicrson, is'lio was ;asl ng owing to the epidemic; loiunl guilty niul senleuc-d to thirty- nficllDlitlierla. Several parties, it Is five years' Imprisonment for niulcrstood, Imvc had the disease" for j Lloyil licet, Livo-yconoid son" of Jcna.en, -MaVor Iloniqn iti a tew ivcll cho5Rn .-words spoke ni Iho r-lcrling .1 charact-or of -'Mr'Swcal as aUo "tlhl i _______ ____ ____ _ Mr. Ingles. time ami have not notlflcJ llic HoJlanil Keel, wealthy .banker of The folloWiiE resolnlloiia. drawn j oflieor. is 'a very. 1 SprlngneUI. Mo., bceau by the fdunrll of Magrutti anil nny oneytuund daing ihls wcro reartV willno doiibt-gcL Intb serious trouble. And wlicreas, lind liccn filcly aninainleil wllli tlie said John Albert Sweet nnd knew of his sterling qualities -nml true worth, as nn hon- Trfcnd, an> honest citizen "and true Eenllemanp Now itiuicfqrc resolved by the t-nnncll 01 inu muni- cipality-'ot Mayrath, In the province of of Cunr.i'.r.. HIE'. express our .sorrow ;tnd extend 'dur-sympnlhy to llic aged mother ol Ilia deceased lor Ihc loss which she suslnins hi the departure of her'noble son. whicli is not a Ions to her nlnnc, hut to llir L-ntlrn luwn. lie 11 fiirllicr" Tcaolveil Hint a ropy of tliesc resolullnna lie copied (n the nftclal record's of this nnink'Ipallly Kcd'lhnL a copy-Oc sent (o tlic be- reaved mother. In Tvilnesa whereof Uio rornorato seal'of the immlcljwllly ia nlllxfeil, attested hy the slennluro of the mayor uml serrelnry-lreasnvcr. A very benulltul poem, writcn by Mrs. Kruesi'HciilOii rc.nl: To A Departed Soldier Of nil the'lesis of Ihc brave and true, The grcalCMt is this, "Ho died for you." When this wfi fi'a'y of nny man, whfcti mlglil olhenrisc hnppcn ivJll DVOJilGll, Miss driving a rar. imo ot the Pineal In lliia part of the roun- iry. The lornl Tied Cross will give a d.incc on Thursilay evening. This will take Ihc form ot n Blioivcf j R far lo all 1 loxlay to obtain a new trial (lipfr- clicrit. The.'motion for. a new trial, which-was filed atier the D( guilty was returned, wili'iiot bn'acted1 UVKJII 'by court t a mouth. TJie'baljy fl'as kidnapped rrom.llift home of fls parents on the night of May SO lasl. The next morning KecL received n Iellur demanding o< ransom of for return of the elilid niiil Kit ins directions where Ip leave tlie money. Me motored to tlie-placd Iridi- ralcti hut llie ytdnnppcrs were not there. A week later (lie body ol (ho nb; wit! not be tried until Ihc November term of courL our soldier Ijoys and rtnyonc wishing lo ran do ao by Bending nny of Iho following articles on 'Thursday evening: Fruit Takes, lioniotnaclc ran- or of chocolates, gum, sailed swecl chocohlo heirs, ninplc sugar bars, socks hulllecl) rol- ora while, grey or kliaki, wristlets rroTUcied skull c-aps, garters or lianil- korrhiefa or ganic? or any other ar- llrlca yon would like if yon were a sol- dier hoy rjvcr In Ilio tren'cliea or In a liusudaf or nny other plnco our Oravc boys.ore. Let us belp nml j TJic llilnl raid within rln oirr bit towards making them have staged Saturday ;i Merry Christinas. On l-'riday evening laal a pleapnnt. was spcnl at the Iioinc of Mr. .titil Jlrs. I'almcr whBU a number ol uif.l to celebrate the silver wedding or Mr. aud Mrs, Ilrydftn. A delight till siuijier (lie tablca docordlciJ ivllli bennllfitl sflld ilic granilcsl tiling we ran, f grown by Mr. I'nlnicr. Mra. "Darkness hat look! In Heaven, a light, And it's shining down God's accolade? Lift me up friends. I'm going to From by Robert Servic 'T'O the sick and the wounded, the British Red Cross ministers according to the highest traditions of the Hospitallers? or Knights of St John of Jerusalem, Small-wonder, then, that their insignia dawns upon many a sufferer's returning consciousness as God's Accolade! To Canada is given the privilege of once more leading the Empire in aiding the work of the British Red Cross, by contribut- ing generously to its cause. lie jfcd for bin (tumlry. for you and inc. In (lie battle ot nml liberty HM.ivan.llib noblr: dnrc Scnnl nnC your homage, nothing HjinrO, For tin; lib khnkl, wliu (ought. And ill nil on (ton's pride. A Blcrfi'Jiiff no Toe Ttic (frctt no mure shall Jtcatl, Tlic weary jiiaroll ivllh life IjJnfid rcri, DIG (Ik-cd hnndfl wlilch, fmiglu for nentc Troll] j-urthly-toll relcn'ar. Troln lipxl autl frnm ftiilTe'rliigft.which ne'er ivrrc told. no more liy stun :intl nhell no'wrttcliful .flcnllncl, Jti'a fonitU at last Oitf dnmi of peace, nastslcd M'ra. I'.ilnicr In cnior- t.lining anil all iirr.idnt on Joyed Ihcin- selves ImmctisoJi'. u-' has 'Chief Hardy end Coiisl. U'alllSj wltli' Uio result (hat tlirro kceiicra of griming Clyde Anvools, Kmll. Andcr- sion and C. IJuil wern flncil (20 .and coals. The formp.r were ordered out of town. Jolm .Morris, Carl .01; sen, Klclmnlson, Tony nollcour, Jticoli Scotl, Skunkwn, Krnrk Wilson anil VbtnV nil were Tlncil J5 and roala each. John Itbna, Jolin l-'n'iiK-, ley .'nml Campbell, frequenlcrjii, were reniainled llll ibmoTToTv. 'J ALLIES lo her homo hero nftcr aoinu Another raid, ma do by the. police tinirvvialtlnE Utah. on Joe-Kong's; resulted fn Kong, ami Mrs.- K. npije.irldg.- oh' n t tliurse ot having llyuor imlnwlully Uor sale. Tlio chief foiiml half NRW STBAMKR wnmaii filling .cnnt, Ixmdon, Oct. enlenln allies i ljct'r full of whisky nml hftvc Increased their ahlityliiK, nccorU- operalJon wilb u-fllrr. fnt; to Hie (hraugli [lio nrqulsl- Thcy werc Belllnp It nl carli. The Ion hy Mm Hoyo) Mai) Steam Packet nnd (llic Uimport oml Holt line ot Hie conirplllng.lfilrfrotl In tlic Arficnldm Navlgrtlfon company has a of flO.OOD.OOO nnd OUTS mure than 300 Three of Ilia leading Prcneh linen nml one Itnllnn jlillipliiK compnny participated In tho Inm if net loii.' l lila half breed f id per were fined }2ri and cos I a each. ami Larson were fined JlS'entll on driinV A miuiljci1 of anloninblllStfl were [lueil and [or Infractions of the raised 116.000 IIa( lied Crass eofJetj erous A Few About iKe of (he Red CroM Tlie Britisli Ral Cross Society 19 lln; only instiluUon which carries voItljiWry niJ to llic Sick Wounded of the BrihMi forces aut] sea in cv'fry icgion o( the War. ILs work Ilicrcforc llie" concern of nil classes of Brivlstj subjccls, whether living in Ihc Hntuli Islw, in tlit Doniin- ions and Colonies beyojid Ihc seas, or iti foreign countries, 7 IN GREAT BRITAIN for initial outlay in providing and equipping Caller-cafe 'histilu- tions [or totally disabled men, for malcrhls {or Red Cross Working Patlics. hooks and magazines sup- 'plicil weekly for the sick and wuiiriJcd. 'f Motor Ambulances, Cars, tic., for Ifomc Service. 2S Command Depots and Conval- escent Camps regularly visit erf slid supplied with Comforts and The tiornr (London. Kng.) admipX' islralion manafrcnicnt expenses (excluding Iiospilal3) .for llic year ended'2plh October, 19IC, represent 2.W per cent, ol the total expenditure, ksf than .1 cents on (lie crortar. 'accounts havr'fxcii snpjilied .to llic Canadian Neil CTOSS tiocicly. Red Cross work costs per week or a mifliilt; ;