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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PA.GE EIGHT THE ^ LETHBRIDGB DAsty HERALD >'iT2DNESDAY. OCTOBER 23, iwia Pep* are handy little tablets Which provide the newest, surest and most scientific treatm^at for coughs, colds and throat and chest troubles. If you hare a cough or a cold, why dose your stomach with liquid preparations? Your stomach is not oiling 1 Peps provide a better way. Yon put a "Pep" on your tongue and let U dissolve slowly. As it does so, certain heallns essences it contains turn into vapor, and you breathe this medicinal vapor direct to your lungs and air pai-Mges. Oa its way it bathes the delicate membranes thoroughly / la Its heaUng Ingredlentt, killtl the germs of disease, cures the I Irritatioa and Inflammation which | cause yoat cough and ends the troubte. Jvst as the ont-door treatment for eonsnmpHoa - the "breath-iag" treatment-Is now admitted to be the only rational treatment, so tbo "Peps" treatment for colds and throat and chest troubles Is the only rational home treatment. Another great advantage in Peps la th�ir entire frtcdom from opium, morphine or other poison, thus making Peps the best and safest remedy for children's coaghsand colds. Peps cure catarrh, coushs, broo' chltls, sore throat, tiffhicess or acbiog across the chest, diificultj' in breathing, night cough, hoarseness, asthma, laryngitis, smoker's throat, etc Alt dmgglsts and stores sell Peps at 58c a box or 3 for $1.25. FREE TRIAL Cut out this article, write across it the name of this paper, and mail it to Peps Co., Dupoot Street, Toronto, enclosing 1 cent stamp for return postage. A free trial packet of Peps will be mailed you by return. iTMLyABSEN m UNOEIABLB Mayor Bardie's Detective ReaJly Making a Clean-Up of the Tin Horns " Is .Votwithstaudinff Mayor . Ilartiie's continued protesjations from time to time tliat Lethbridge was clean as any other city so far as the nndesir.ible element was concenietl. and that thp law could act be enforced any further witliout cruel injustice, there is now IL[ "FLU 11 NMCIIY There is believed to be an improvement in the influenza situation in the city today, although Jfcdic.i! Health Officer be Veher would make no statement one wuy or (he other. Ten cases are-now under treatment at the new temporary hospital in \Ves-ley Hall, five of Avhich came from outside the city. Situation in Province Elmonton, Oct. 23.-Offtcisvl reporl.il received by the provincial health au-1 ihorjiies show that 1035 cases of in- NO MORE KIDNEY T a noticeate tin-horns anti odier mem-' over the province, but that this num-! bers of the aforos-Tlci (iiiorts to the j ed with teleKriims asking for niii-Hes, ' mayor direct auii not to the chief of : wlich cannot be supplied. .Many outly-; police, it is .stated, has given nil the , ing districts have no doctors. i crooks notice to move on. The other j--| liight there was a big exodus, and they are moving out all the time. There are a few hangers-on however, who camouflage under the pretence of n bona fide job somewhere. The gamblers, too, are getting under way, and some notorious joints have suddenly ceased to exist. i CHILD IS! BE OVERLOOKED ^^^^^ � The Vlotary CluC is very' desirous that no clii'd of a soldier overseas be overlooked when the Christmas good cheer is being enjoyed. To avoid this, it is very necessary that all names, address and number of children in each family be handed in to the Victory Loan Head Office, Southard blocJc. not later than 6 p.m., Thursday. 2-)th inst (tomorrowl. All soldiers' sons of school age are requested to take part in the Victory (Loan parade.. Monday 2Sth. at 10.30 jam Further particulars as to time j and place will be announced later. ARE BACKAT WORK Concurrently with the settlement of the freight handlers' strike last night and the return to work this morning of the strikers at Calgary, the 50 odd freight; handlers'and yardmen who were on strike at Lethbridge, have gone back to work, and conditions are assuming their normal state. The men did not at once show up Since He commenced to Take "FruMves" 78 Lkks Avkkv�, Orr.\wa, Osr, "Tlifee years ago, I began to feel run-down and tired, and suITered verj' mi^h from Lhrr and Kidney YrovbU. Having read of 'Fruit-a-tires', I thought I would trj- them. The result was surprising, / have 'not had an hour's sickness Since commenced using 'Fruit-a-tires', and I know uow what I have not known for .i good many years- tliat is, the blessing of a healthy body and clear thinking brain", WALTER ,T, lUAKRIOTT, SOo. a box, 6 for trial si?.e 'J-ic. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tJTea IJaiited, Ottawa. PTE. KENNETH J. DOREN, of Nemiseam, recently reported wounded in action. Before the war he was a blacksmith at Nemiseam and his father and mother live at Foremost. mmm- ^^^^ IIIGI!E�TniN P. L. Naismith of Calgary, who act-' ed as the honorary chairman for Al-i befta in (he recent Red Shield cam- i paign, writes the following letter in i appreciation of Lethbridge's support, | to the local chairman, G. B, McKay: i Calgary, Oct. 21, 191S. ! Mr. George B. McKay, j Lethbridge. .-Alberta. i Dear Mr. McKay,-On behalf of the Salvation .\rmy Red Shield campaign committee. I wish to express to you our great appreciation of the splendid work you and your associates did in Lethbridge in the raising of funds for this campaign, and I wish .vou would talce the opportunity to express this appreciation to the workers and the citizens of Lethbridge who so liberally contributed. As you are aware, the objective set for Southern Alberta''was 125.000, and' I am glad to be able to advise you that this amount baa now been very nearly reached, and with the few outlying places whicli have yet to report we feel quite satisfied that the full allott-ment will be subscribed. Yours very truy. (Signed) P. L. XAISMITH Honorary CI- London, Oct. 22.-Mr. Donald Mac-Master has been adopted by the Chert-, sey Division TJitionist .Association as its candidate for parliament in the next general election. In the course of a recent speech at Chertsey, Mr. MacMaster said: "This is no time for party politics or party programmes. The Unionist Association of this Division has giv-fen the best proof of that by passing a unanimous resolution at its last meeting that the winning of the war and the securiiig of enduring peace was Its first object. j nay, even probable, that an overwhelming victory for the war government would be as effective a war offensive as a victory in the field. "fC it is in the public interest to get a fresh mandate on the war issue then that question should not be encumbered with other issues that may welt stand over till the close of the war. And no class or party interest should be permitted to cloud or divert attention from the real Lssue. This does not imply that other great ques-tions 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 housin^f. maternity, child life, pyblic health, the restoration of, the manltood of the nation and above all makjjng provision for those crippled and broken men who have borne the. battle in our sacred^ cause and for the widows, the orphans and dependents of those who perished. 1 think it is obvious, if an election restricted to war issues and questions growing out of the war is held now. that there must be a general election after the conclusion of peace, in ' order that the people may pass judgment upon the terms of the peace and determine who shall -What may happen if we havR nn I |,e the national guides in the raomen election or when we have an election . ^^^^ ^^^^^^ of t,,g industrial and social 1 do not know- Some surmise that Mr. Lloyd George wants an election as soon as the new lists can come in-j tp operation about tlie first of Nov-: ember. But public opinion seems to be generall}* against it. The Hender-� son section of the Labor party h&s reconstructions immediately after the war. Whether the war government will be their own successors or not will depend upon their conduct of the war and the terms of the peace. "There is no path to peace except by the vigorous prosecution of the MPROVEMENI IN 'FLU SIIUAIION ^Washington, Oct. 22.-A slight improvement in the influenza situation pronounced against it. .Vo one. so , ^(1, -factory or submission is ob-, far as my information goes, is claiii-. tained. Force is the only instrument oring tor an election. Some .good i people of the old parties say that it ! would be a scandal to have an elec> tion in war time, that the country approves going on with the w^ar, that no fresh mandate is required on that score, and that the mere holding of to which the German is responsive, arid if it is unstintetily applied by tlie Allies, Victory is certain. -'Then-justice must be administered uvlth firmness, reatitutioii and repiratjoa. to the injured and punishment to the guilty, ^jnurd'erous.. aggressors. Never an election would be disconcerting to ! our allies, the French, who may n=t i peril, at the shrine of the Teutonic then if the result should be the de ' ?j again mlist this -world's peace be put t^-t peril ^^'^ DVi,,iTio nP tti-ft TRil^hmV Molochl for work this morning, presumably be-1 over the country was indicated by re- fgat of the government or the sup cause they had not receivtd the noti-j ports received today by the public | remacy of the pacifists or Henderson- lication of the settlement, but as soon as the settlement became known. th� men got back to work. Nuxated Iron increases slrergtb and endurance of delicate, nervous, rundown people in two weelcs' time in man.v instances, it has been tlsed and endorsed by such men as Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, former Secretary of the Treasury and Ex-Governor of Iowa; Former United States Seqator and Vice-Presidentia! Nominee Charles ^A. Tov,-ne: General John L. Clem (Retired) the drummer boy of Shiloh who was sergeant in the U. S. Army when only 12 years of age; also United States Judge G. W. Atltinson of the Court of Clain-.s of ^Vaahington, and others. SKsV. your doctor or dmggisr about it. Angus Andrews, n mail clerk, died suddenly at Bellevilli^ after maicing s trip to Peterhoro.. OiR CARDS FOR LVICTORY LOAN .\ feature of the Victory loan campaign this year is the honor cards for business establishments with larg,' staffs. These honor cards are for business staffs 7.5 per cent, of which have bought victory bonds. Coupons are also provided as stickers denotin.:; that .SO or S-S per cent or as Ih-:- ras,i may Ije. have subscribed. Bu?iiie.-^;i establishments may obtain xXw?,- honor card.5 from the Victory loan head-quarter.-i. healh service. New cases during the 24 hours ended at noou today In the army camps' totalled 2773. against J3C07 the day before while deaths de-i ists It would have'a disastrous effect on our continental allies. There is much force in all this. "On the other hand it is clear that the Hendersonists may uot be ready for the contest, that the pacifists, though active ,are at a discount, and that on the whole the return of the government, if the issue is taken now, is reasonably certain, if any- It is not creased from 404. to 392. In Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Oct. 22.-Seventy-five new cases of Spanish influenza were reported toda.v, with one ,death. The total number of eases reported since October 3 is 615. with the low average! thing is certain in politics, of 10 deaths. Xearly 200 cases already have been released from quarantine. In Calgary. f-say next Spring, .unless indeed Calgary. Oci. 2.'?.-The total of in- war is then going strongly in our t'luenza i ases reported in the city re- favor. If. for example, the German porjed 10 the medical health officer navy came out and w^ should decis-la.st night, was 240 and the number of '^'''.v defeat it, then a general elec-deailis two. tion might he held with certainty that Young People Victims ' ""^ government would be returned. Toronto, Oct. 2-.-Further evidence ' '^�i" '^'^ German navy come out? FROW SATISFIED May Fight the 'Discrimination  .Against Men Who Caused The Trouble Calgary, 'Oct. '23.-The Canadian Pacific railway freight handlers are by no means satisfied with the terms of the settlement of the strike arranged between George W. Eastty, the representative of the International Freight Handlers' Union, Senator Robertson and the Canadian Pacific railway officials. Their dissatisfaction arises in connection with the 25 men who, in the meantime, rfre not to be reinstated, They argue that the men who have taken a prominent part in their case will be discriminated against and they considerMt.is taking altogether unfair way of "penalizing those who have been-seeking to make conditions better for the rank and file. NATl RESOURCES tliat it i? ihe youiie pbople that are largely tailing victims to the influenza epidemic i.s iurnislied ir. the reports rpceived by the provincial board health. Luiufc (.n.i^a,., ,, p,^.....,......,___, Edmonton, Oct.'.23.-Premier Stew-quite so sure that they would be re-! art said today that he would attend turned at a later date in the war, �'the conference of provincial premier the'to l^e called by Sir Robert Borden fome time before November 15. He will go as Alberta's representative in a discussion of a ntimher of problems arising from the war and the re-settlement that Is to come after tlie war and witl take part also in a request from the west for delivery of provincial naturaV resources into the control of the prrvlncial governments. My belief is that it will-especially if events continue to go badly with the eiiemv armies-and that it wlil of � seek a fight in full strength with a I section of our fleet. That was its For i-lie rir.sl 22 days of this mouth, f ganie Jutland battle. I tito the east of these" J^IVET your eyes on this picture of a Belgian mother and child, until you feel the full horror of the situation! Thousands cf these orphans, dying of starvation, might now be living in comfort and plenty, had their soldier fathers not flung themselves into the breach when the Hun invaded Belgium. The {atherf died to save us. Are we going t� let the orphans starve ? ' Conditions �re simply ghutly. The United States loan* to the Belgian Government finance the general relief wotk;-but this only provides a bowl ol soup and two pieces of bread to each person per day. What is that for a growing chUd ? The Canadian Bureau in Bru.seU will adminiiter funds, and provide The Slaughter of the Innocents ,ean.forgetUng the ailing children i� leu terrible than what is .now Holland and into orphanages occurring in Belgium-practically a where they can be saved from s tvhole generation of the Belgian hideous death, nation in the grip of Coniumption, Before you sit down to another Rickets and other ills all direaly meal, do SOMETHING for the due to insufficient nourishment Belgian children....... Make cheque* payable and tend contributions to Belgian Relief Fond (Reelsterad under the War Charitlos Act) l!i to your Local Committee, or to t Sr.nd" it � rich. f^U-liodisJ, d.-licious k�^*nt�-�lwl�Mnw, inviger-tint, fntfrant. 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