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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCWnm 2'), 1918 THE LETHBKiOGE WEi:Kr.Y HKHALO PAGE NLNTtJ PHONE 1224 � .> .;. .;. .;, .j. .> 4;. WHEN THE BOYS HOME COME V. .;. .;. ^. .:. ,;. ij. .j .;. .;. etlibrldge, are now being genu forward with. It has been decided to prooeed with the festival and it -frill be held on (lie ii-fual date.s next May. iMIss Moore ,ha.s been appointed secretary of the festival local conunit-tee, In suftcewlon � to O�orgfi Taylor. 1 who has resigned, as he Is leaving tho city. The same officers as last year have been re-infltated. The first provincial festival to he held here was held in 19!(i and was a great financial success, besides attracting many artists, ft is believed that n larger number of outside innslcians will be here next year (0 parlicipaic. A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Miss KeUy TelU How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compouiul Restored Her Health. SOLOeSMAY ELP OUT DURING f^lOEMIC Newark, N. J.-" For abotit three | oars I suffered from nervous break- ! down and pjot ho 1 weak 1 cduld liardiy 1 stand, end li fid heacl- i nchea every day. I j tried ivi-rftliinj; I , could think o� and � was tiiidiT a physician's rare for two years. .'V jjirl friend had nsoJ Lyuia Pinkhain'a Xege-table Compound and she told me about '> : Ceo. Whelen and family are leaving tomorrow for Vancouver, where they will reside. >i 'I' * yiTs. A. Frye and son are visitors In the city from New Dayton. ?j � * Walker Dunham is in the city from Kdraonton, during the. Influenza epidemic. * V Mrs. P. V. Lewis and little son Jtave r^-turned from vipiting in Toronto :ind other points in the east. Hamilton Brodio, who in taking the medical course at the Alberta University, is at his homo In the city. �J^  u. . Rev. Dafoo. pastor of the First Baptist Church, who has just received word of the death of his son at the front, left yesterday for Calgary, where his family, are ill. * : (By Lieut. X. N. Colvlle) : Ftaihvay Sei'iou.sly Handicapped -Not Wearing' Masks on SI reel Cans it. From the first j One wurU The CJerman.-i. without a doubt, have, as the saying is, overstayed tiieii-market. It is possible that they would! not easily have found buyers for their stock even last spring; but had thi.'y been wise, they .-.vould at least have offered t.o sell then on reasonable, terras. Today it looks as though thiv bottom might fall out 0' their market.' I'Mtictuations in price there- may yet ; he, but never again will tlie sliares in. the f-lohenzoUern-Hapsburg combine stand as high as tliey did even so late as midsummer. It Is true we heard n good deal) about the German peace offensive, but! it was a far worse fiasco than its mil-! ilary counterpart. It suffered. 01' course, by reason of the comparative, success ot Ludendorl'f's campaign, which caused the German autocrats to let him have a main hand in the political pie, where as, however capable he may be as a butcher, he has nouf^ of the qualities of a good cook. Knehl-mann, who is at least a scoundrel of some taleiit, was thrown over, and May I took it I began to foei better and J now I am wsll and ^abie to do moat any kind of work. I have !ie"n recom-mending the Compound ever since and give you my permission to publish this !'-'.tcr."-Miss , Flo Kelly, 476 So. ilth .St., Newark, 1 N. J. The reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkhar.i's Vef;i'table Compound, was so succpr^tful in Miaa Kelly's case was because it went to the rootof her trouble, restored her to a normal healtliy condition a.nrj as areciilt her nervousness disappeared. Tho House Coramittci n branch ot the Great War lUroUKly tiie X'iciDiy Tho toilowing resolution lias passed: Whereas the Governii'.'ni ni Canada ' t l;u\ ;i \ y I'.UIIfi : Till' influenza i.-^ Heiiuiisly hanilicap-; liiiiK Olieralioii:.- on Cie C.F.K. It is I .slatci tlial Ihi.rri- an- I'.i) rases among i (lie employee's on tlir i^clhliridge div-i ision, and lliere i.^ talk of appealing I for the release of ."oldicrs in Irainiug 1 ill fValgary for ass'isluiu.-e in handling traffic, train in tiip is tied up completely, wliile anoliier is undermanned, liiairinorc station is fjuaran-lined and no paH.-ienger.s allowed to t;nt oil or ofl'. Mask Order Enforced Till! mask ord(i' loi- trains is Ijeing rigidly enfoneil. mul tliosc who liave nor mask,: aii' not allowed t_o ride. Pas'seiiRi'i's who tukf tlieni off while on i lie ii'jin uiiibI diseniliark. and tfieir is an insiiccKir nn iKcird 10 see that tliey do get oil. Not Wearing iVlasl'eenian is already reported l)etter. '1 '"J The staff at the local tidephone of-' 1 lien is cut down to a very few. and ! they arc seriously handicapped. The situation in' the city is believed Now that the president has conseut-ed to submit the request for an armis-lice to the oUier belligerents, there is no give duct of tlie situation and that the re-commendallou ot the allies' naval and military commanders will constitulf? the joint terms ot the associated countries. proach ot the olive-branch. The terms suggested, thougii, of course, alway.s unofficial, so that they could be rais- subsc.-iliiiig to question that individuil action will ed if the Western powers showed signs e place to definitely concerted con- of weakening, were at their lowest preposterous, at their highest almost blasphemouR-since they amounted to pi co-operation loan; And whereas the present Bond issue bears the liighest interest of any sueh security'ottered by any country: And whereas "The Cireat War V'p.t- IMPROVED IN ONTARIO Toronto, Oct. 25.-Althouflh the situation In regard to Spanish influenza is somewhat worse today, encouraging dispatches continued to be received from all other sections bf Ontario. That the epidemic Is on the wane is the opinion of medical authorities all over the province. SIR ERIC GEDDES SAFELY HOME Washington, Oct. 2,5.-Sir Eric Ged-des, first lord of the British admiralty, has arrived safely in London, returning from his special mission to the Hnited States with members of the admiralty staff. MONSIGNOR STAGNt DEAD .Montreal. Oct 23.-Monaignor P. F. Stagni, who was apostolic delegate tu Canada from" 1910 to T91S, has died at Rome, according to advices received here. : : > : : : ? : ? : : : ? > LIBERAL WAS ELECTED eral, has a majority of iru : over Bryoe, Unionist, with two > polls to hear from. " ; � > > SPECIAL At "The Bay" far Saturday Mcintosh Red Apples 100 Boxes to Be Sold at All Wrapped and Delivered Free - Therefore bp it I'^lved: That "The Great War Veterans' Association" of Letiibridge hereby pla(rej themselves on rci ord as an .'\ssoeia-' tion and also as members individually as being lieartily in support of Ihe present Victory Loan Campaign; And turtlier that tlie members boiii jointly and severally hereby pledge themselves to make every effort to have the, lU'escnl Victory Loan oversubscribed in this District. Local Man Injured-Walter Goodfellow of Taber, Again VVounded A LOCAL MINISTER LOSES SO tion. We want man gospel of no excuse for a Ger-'le revanche." Word v,as received in Calgary yesterday morning tliat Karl F. Dafoe, son _ , ,, , . 1 of Rev. 1'". W. Oafoe, forraerlv pastor But the policy of the Western;^,. Hillhnrst Baptist church, and lat- l^.Ttt? !/ti' "t'Mterly general mi..^sionary for the Bap- queBtion. It lias always been Plain-, p';,,,,.^,,,;^,, pastor at Lelliliridge. had been killed In battle on tlie ninth of thip month. Pte. Dafoe had l)eon In tho trendies since Xew Year's Day.. He enli.^ted FRUIT�, SALT HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOR YOUR TIRED, STRAINED MUSCLES � When your tnuscJe's become tired (and swollen and the joints ' become ;,.stiff, your circulation poor, and your jsuffcring makes you irritable, an ap-, plication of .Sloan's J^iniment ghes i'ou quick reliqf-kills pain, starts up a good circulation, relieves congestion. It is easier and cleaner to use than : jnussy plasters or ointments, acts . ic|uickly and does not clog the pores. ;>lt does not stain the skin. Made in i Canada, For sprains, strains, bruises, "blacfc and blue" spots, Sloan's Lininient reduces the pain and eases tlic soreness. Certainly fine for rheumatism, stiff ncci" IHomli .fames Bisseti,-a well known resident of llie city rpceiveil word ' this morning thai his son tteddes Bisselt. iiad lieen wounded in action. He ha? a gunsiiol wound in tlie back. Pte, j Bis.sot:t was formerly employed in .'\Ic-i Killiip'a grocery, and is well known I about the city. Me went, overseas I farly in the year. .�Mailed li.sts report tliat Pte. Hoder-ick McLennan, wlio enlisted liere, and wiiose motlKU- resides at Dalkeith, Onl.. lias (lied of wounds. The follow, ing aro classed as wounded: I'le. William W. Cottingham. taken on strength i.othbridgp. next-of-kin. Golden. B.C.; I'te. Walter .1. (joodfellow.Whose wife resiilcs at Taber; l^te. David .Marshall, taken on strengtii Pincher Ci-eek, next of kin Vancouver. Today's casually li-'Is report thai it. Crowe, Frank, ha.-i been killed in action; Lieut. II. R. Siinnis. St. John. .\.n.; Lieut. T. .T. Moulds, M.C.. Ireland; Lieut. L. W. Wood. Woodbridgc, Ont., died of wounds, and \. Brown. BurdiMl. .). C, i'^rnes. Lethliridge, missing; li. .\. .lohnsoii, Pakowki, ill; II. S. Nowby and A. H. Toole. .Medicine Hat. wounded; Lieut. A. U. .-Vdams, Sarnia. artillery, died cif wounds. PROV. POLICE RAID LOCAL PLACES Addison Faces Booze Charge- Wholesale House is Also Raided U. S. VICE CONSUL AT FERNIE Ferni^, B. C, OcL 2,5.-Henry R. Huntington, secrelar.v-treasurer of Trites-Wood company here, was yes-' terday officially appointed American vice-consul for tho Fernie ooiisular dls-' trtct to succeed .lohn U. Pollock, resigned. : -: : ? : ? : :  > ? FARMER CANDIDATE WON ? ? ? ? Toronto. Oct. 24.-Beujamla Bowman, candidate ot the United Farmers of Ontario, defeated A. Turner, Conservative, in the hye-electlon today for the Manitou seal in the Ontario legislatui'e. His majority was 290, with two polls to hear from. war-time economy-use Sunlight Soap It is impossible .j;o buy a purer soap than Sunlifjht. Therefore it is reslly the cheapest .soap you can hiiy. 'i"he purer and better the soap-the less you need for the wuuh and the better the work done. Truly-It is real war-time economy io use Sunlight Soap for the wash and about the house. LEVER imOTHEUS LlMrfBD rORCNTO AlilESON IS C.P.R. S  * * �  * �I' ^ < \ ,f. L. .laiuiusoii. formerly with the C. P. K. at .Medicine Ha! and well known in Lethbridgu. has been promoted li.' the position of suporiiuendent of llio C. P. \\. with headquarters at Kenora. Mr. .VIcArthnr the suiierintendent Kenora is transferred to Medicine Hill.. Mr. .lamieson is a brother of C. F. Jam.iHKoii. barrister, this ciry and a son-hi-law of .lolin Herron, ex-M.P. of Pincher Creel^. He lias made � r.ipiil advance with tlie C.P.B. in leccat years. Supt. MucKiiilosh, of tlie C.P.I!., tills morning spoke very highly of Mr. Jamleson. who was under liim for some time. It is scarcely more than two years since Mr. Jamleson was an engiueman, his ri.-ic being particularly rapid. 1-le is destined to go liigh in railway circles. Geo. Addison's refre'abuionc place on Piftli street was raided last night by the Provincial Police, in.. search of liquor, and one arrest made. A has been laid agaipst Addison for keeping liquor on the premises for sale. The case will be heard shortly. This place has been under suspicion of Inspector .Mundy for some time. Tile basement of the wholesale warehouse of Plunkett and , Savage was also raided by the provincial police last nght. and booze found. A similar charge has been Laid in this case. Inspector Mundy is taking vigorous steps against the bootleggers. SOLDIERS REVOLT Basel, Oct. -It was announced in the lower chamber of the ffuugar-ian iiarliament ye.sterday that the Croatian soldiers of the 79tli regiment at Flume had revolted, seized the city and destroyed the railroad. HANDLE EXPRESS ON MIXED TRAINS (ttiiy a ^�^y R