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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE E10HT THE , LETHBR1DGE DAVLV IIERALD WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER '23. Hi I ft Pep* are bandy little tablets Which provide the newest, surest � ad most scientific trentni.-nt for coophi. colds and throat sad chest troubles. H you have a cough or a cold, why dose your fttomach with liquid preparations? Your stomach Is not oiling I Peps provide a better way. You put a "Pep" on your tongue and let It dissolve slowly. As It does �o, certnin beating essences It contains turn into vapor, and yaa breathe this medicinal vapor direct to your lungs anil air postage*. On its way it bathes the delicate membranes thoroughly / la It* healing ingredient!, kilU* the germs of disease, cures the Irritation and Inflammation which cause your cough and ends the trouble. J Bit aj the ont-door treatment for consumption-the "breath-lag" treatment-Is now admitted to be the only rational treatment, so tho "Peps" treatment tor colds and throat and chest troubVes Is the only rational home treatment. Another great advantage In Peps la their entire freedom from opium, morphine or other poison, thua making Pep? the best and safest remedy for children's couRhs and colds. Peps cure catarrh, coughs, bronchitis, sore tbront, tightness or aching across the chest, difficulty inbreathing, night cough, hoarseness, asthma, laryngitis, smoker's throat, etc All druggists and stores sell Peps at 59c o box or 3 for $1.25. FREE TRIAL Cut our this article, write across it the aame of this paper, and mail it to Peps Co., J Dupont Street, Toronto, enclosing; 1 cent stamp "T for return postage. A free trial packet of Peps will be milled you by return. NOTICEABLY ABSENT i LITTLE CHANGE !N "FLU" IN THE CITY Mayor Hurdle's Detective Really Milking a Clean-Up of the Tin Horns Is | There is believed to be an improvement in the influenza situation In the city today, .llthough Medical Health Officer be Veber would make no statement one way or the othet. Ton rase.-* are now under treatment Notwithstanding Mayor llardie'* jat the n>-\v temporary hospital in We*-> continued protestations from time to ' ley Hall, five of which oatr.e from out-i time that I.othbrldge was clean ns any j side the city, i oilier city so far as the undesiraNe | Situation in Province j element wa.-s concerned, and that the j K lmontnn. Oct. iW. -Official reports ' law could not he enforced any further received hy the provincial health mi-; without cruel injustice, there is now , a noticeable ah-.-nee from the ci'y | streets of ti�e hiirn> on.! oti'.er mem. ; hern of [j- .nor.--.if, > umiesirnl'le eV-j nient. 1 The differ-uice is iii?tincti> no-ice-jahie. Kverjiiody mentions it. p.-ve-i tlve r.ii K.n.in. who report* t.i the j itiayor direct ami not to t'.'.'1 ciueT oi j police, it is stated, has Riven all tiie I crooks notice to move on. The other ! nieht there w,u a bifi exodu?. and they | aro moving out all the time. There | are n few haiiKers-ou however, who j camouflage tinder the pretence of a [ bona fide jr>!> somewhere. The jtanv j Iiiers. too. are senilis under way. and some notorious joints have suddenly ! ceased to exist. NO MORE KIDNEY Tl thortti'-s show that 1 ',H1 your associates did in I-"thhridge in the raising of funds for this campaign, and I wish you would take the opportunity to express this is ve: desirous The Km.try Chlfi that no tlu'd of a soldier overseas be overlooked v hen the Christmas good h-er is being it is very no address and number of children in e.� h family he handed in to the Victory Loan Head Office. Southard block, not Inter than >' p.m.. Thursday. :.'tt!i iust itomorrowi. All soldiers" sonti of school age are leqii'Sted to take part in the Victory l.i'.tn parade. Monday iSth. at li>.:'n � i m Further particulars as to tim.> und place will be announced later. GENERAL ELECTION IS NOT WELCOMED London. Oct. -Mr. Donald Mac-Master has been adopted by the I'hert-sey Division Unionist Association us its candidate for parliament in the next general el�clion. In the course of a recent speech at Chertsey, Mr. Mae.Muster said: "This is no tiup tor party politics or party programmes The Inionist appreciation to the workers and the Association of this liivision has given the best proof of that by passing a unanimous resolution at Its last STRIKERS HERE citizens of Lethbridge who ?o liber-! ally contributed. J As you are aware, the objective set , for Southern Alberta was J25.0iiu, and I am glad to ht- able to advise you that ! this amount has now been very nearly j reached, and with the few outlying I places which have yet to report we I fe-1 ntiit - -atisfled that the full allott-! went �f!l ti-' subscribed, i Yours very truv. ! iSigne.il 1>. 1.. NAISMlT'i. Honorary (" meeting that the winning of the war and the securing of enduring pence was Its tirst object nay. even probable, that an overwhelming victory for the war government would he ns effective it war offensive us a victory in the field. "If it Is In the public interest to get a fresh mandate on the war Issuo then that question should not he encumbered with other Issues that may well stand over till the close of tho war. And no class or party interest should he permitted to cloud or divert attention from the teal Issue. This does not imply that other great uues-Hons of national importance affecting class and general interests shall not after the war be raised and receive the consideration that their merit deserves. Among these are the all-important matters of housing, maternity, child life, public health, the restoration of the manhood of the nation and above all mak|ng provision for those crippled and broken men who have borne the battle in our sacred * cause ami for the widows, tho orphans and dependents of those who perished. I think it is obvious, if an election restricted to war Issues and questions growing out of the war is held now. that there must he a general election after the conclusion of peace, in order that the people may pass judgment upon the terms Economical Purity In your; soap, purity is not only desirable but its an absolute necessity if you want your clothes io lnKt. Sunlight Soup is absolutely pure - no fillers or adulterants of �ny kind : $5000 guarantee of this. Sunlight Soap *r�ihei clotbrt beautifully cWaa - fresh at no*- - without the eternal wear and (cur of (he wath board. ht"**T RY. MEN ARE FAR 4- May Fight the Discrimination Against Men Who Caused The Trouble Calgary. Oct. '23.--The Canadian 1 Pacific railway freight handlers are by no means satisfied with the terms of > the settlement of the strike arranged | between George \V. Eastty. the repre I Concurrently with the .-�:tl'.:iient of' i tiie freight handlers' strike last night i (ami the return to work this morpinc . i of the strikers at Calgary, the odd : 1 freight h indlers and yardmen who . were on strike tit Lethbridge. have ; gone hack to work, and o-iudltions'are '� a-su:ning their r.otma! state The men did not at once show tip for work this morning, presumably be-'cause they hud not receiv.d the noli-. ficatioti of ihe settlement, hut as >oon . jar. the settlement br-cam. known. t!:#. 'E "on section of the Utbor party h&g pronounced agalnM it. No one, vo , :ar as my Information goes, is c'.am- ( ifine for an e,'. ctlon. Some soo.l � people of the old parties say that it i would be a scandal to have an oloc-j Hon in war time, mat the countr.c ; approves going on .vith the war, thai : no fresh mandate is required on that store, and that the mere, holding of im- ui >'ii got hack to work. 0 S-ixzied Iron ir^res^e. a;>ce of delicate, nervous, iu:u'-*i*vn people 1:1 two weeks' time in m^nv inMit.*::irs. lr his been used and er.dorseti by wit ir.en Jl'-n I^slie M. Shaw, formt-r Secrtiarv ihr Tre.i5urv and Ex-Govi-rnor of Iowa; F: L.Clem (Rptiiedf t!.e f!n:ttirner boy of i*h.k!i who wa� &er�eant in the V. S. Armv when i�nly 12 star* oi ag|. 1 ciuart"! - , \Va-aia�;to;i, Oct. 22.-A slight pravcnient in tiie influenza situation over the country was indicated by reports received today by the public liealh service. New ease* during the -�i hours ended at noon today In the army r.imps totalled 2773. against ~ tiie day before wliile deaths decreased from 4>'i4 to ;!!I2. In Winnioeo- Winnipeg. Oct. 22.- Sev'enty-five new cases of Spanish influenza were ,.,.. , , .of the peace and determine who .shall! What may happen i: we have mi t ,)p ,,,, n.lUona, Kll|(,,,s ,, ,,,, momen-I election or when we have an election . i.urioii nt tin. imii^iriniiim) �n.-i'ii � 1 do not know -tome surmise that, 1 period of tl' Indiisti Inl and m> al s(.,,a,|ve of the International I'relKht w .. . *urmi*>- ttidi | vuponsiructltuis Immedlatelv after tin- ' Mr. Lloyd C.eorge wants an electio.i ; war whether the war government a.s soon as the new lists can come in- ! w,, Uielr ,Wn su. l!, of ,.,, ,,,.,., he generally against it. The Hender- ..Thc,rp ,5 no ,mtll to Vl.sll.v by the viRorotH prosecution of the 1 war. till victory or submission Is obtained. Force Is the only instrument to which the Ciermati Is rospomdve. and If It is unstintedly applied by tho AllieR. Victory h" certain. Then justice must he administered with firmness, restitution and reparation to the Injured and punishment to the , , L Kutlty. mnrderoiiH ansrcssnrs. Never an election would be disconcerting ">:aKuit, ,nus, ,his worl.l> peace be put In peril tit the shrine of the Teutonic Moloch." our ullies, the Trench, who may a;t be able to follow our example. An-i then if the result should be the de- j feat of th� government or tiie -up remacy of the pacifists or Henderson-i.4ts It would hare a disastrous effect i on our continental allies. There is, much force in all this. "On the otln-r hand It is clear that I the Hendersotiists may rait be ready ' . for the contest, that the pacifists, though active aire a discount, and, i that on the whole the return of the AGAIN ASK FOR Handlers' Union. Senator Hohertson j and the Canadian I'nolfle railway of-1 ftcial*. Their dissatisfaction arises [ in connection with the jf/, men who, | In the meantime, ifre not to he rein-j stated| | They argue that the men who have ( taken a prominent part In their cute will he discriminated against and they consider it is taking altogether unfair way of 'penalizing those who have, been Keeking to make conditions ht t- i ter for the rank ami file. I reported today, with one,death. The 1 government, if the issue is taken j ! total number of cas.es reported since , now, i- lea-onably curtain, if any-!(). tober :', is with the low average 1 thing is certain in politics. It is not, | of 1') deaths. Nearly 2lH> cases already iiuitc so -are tiiat they would he re-i liRve been released from quarantine. turneai at a later date in the war. I In Calgary. -say next Spring, unless indeed the 1 t'algarv. Oct. 2:'. - -The total of In-' war in then going strongly in our AIM AT SOCIALIST REPUBLIC ! Amsterdam, Oct. 22.--Independent' Socialism, meeting at Sollngen. Ithln-iHche I'russii*. to welcome Wllhclm ' Dlttmaun. member of the relchstag, j -.vh" has been released from prison, ] where he was under nentence for in-1 citing to high treason, unanimously j passed a resolution demanding com-1 plete amnesty and the release of Dr. j Karl l.lebnlehkt. former member of the relchstag, who is now in prison, ami proposing us the party's aim the establishment of a Socialist republic, according to tho Frankfort Gazette. Wkere Quality Does Count! ECAUSE �n tu, aged in cold iter-age, Ixas lost iu flavor; h�� nothing todowitktln eggs *?hich the farmer bring* resh from the Because you can't mnVe a good cup of coflfee %?ith poorly nouri�Kcd and jj. propwrlv raatted coffee beans; has nothing to do witK tbc coffee j)oti can make "�3itK SEAL BRAND COFFEE "SEAL BRAND"-from tK. best plantations, cultivated b^ experts. Then, blended and roasted and ground by those "Who hove made a lifetime atudy of trie subject, "5mI Brand" ii � rich, full-bodifj, it-licioul br0*nf� -wholaMifn*, lnvi|�. *tint, frk^rant* In :. I �nd 2 pound tint-in tK* ^Mn, ground or fine ground for p�rcoUtcci. "PEKFECT COFFEE, PER. FECTLYMADE" hourn,u>hook-III, u'� art moiling free la ceffet loctrt. Wrllt for a copy, 1l( CHASE A SANIORN, MONTXEiL -'j :e|ior'"d in the city re-the m.-dical health otlicer wa- 2t" and the number of :lUell.'. I i ,1 porte.l 1-, la-i night ; dea'h.- f.v;i. Young People Victoria | 'i'o.-onio. Oct 22.- -Further evidence tha* :' i- t'o- ;..ii;:c, p.-ople' thttt are been reported, the peo-! pie having died with either influenza I or pneumonia. j Of these nun d-attis, A~, per cent, j j�b8 -. were persons hetwoeu 2u and '.',� years ' ' of age. In Montreal favor. If. for example, the German navy came out and w^ should decif>-|a ively defeat it, then ; tremendous, majority, that the Pacifists will be buried by the landslide and that tho fresh mun-dato to go on with the war will bo a most powerful factor in depressing the enomy am) bracing our allies. That la.uuito a legitimate view, and though l am not nt a'' j>resslnL for tTi auiumu election, '4 in uosTIble, of starvation, having crossed 120 miles of open water. Women Should Take special care to keep free from headache, backache, constipation, weakness and depression. For these recurring aliments and other conditions peculiar to women, Beecham's Pills are a tested and effectual remedy. They act gently and promptly on the stomach, liver and bowels, and exert a tonic, strengthening effect on the bodily functions. These famous pills arc purely vegetable, contain no habit-forming drug, and produce no disagreeable after-effects. 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