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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXF.SDAY, OCTOBER 31; 1017 THE LETHBRTnGF DAILY HEHALD PAGE NWS MOM THIS HV) NUIY (UN 10 aty m He Got Wed and Tnie Mootta. "Hr little boy, iriw U the ol waa wttk, nervous and tired ill the to vfas nrat unfit it achpol; and noth- ing Mtmtd to help him.; I learned of Vino) and It to him. It reslorx) his and itrentth and tie tat gained in Mrs. Frederick "ionium, Mcuca, Pa. Vino! a constitutional cod Uvtr and. Iron remedy lor delicate, weak, ailinf children. formula 00 vrery bottle, to you koow what you are 'ml Ihem. Children lore it. J. D. HIQINBOTHAM t CO, LTD. Drwogl.ti, Alio at bait druggists In ill Alberta .towns. DESERVES UNITED AND PATRIOTIC SUPPORT York, Oct. Alter plead guilty today to an futile tnwit rtia IUE coii3plricy lo Bblp lenUl secrftlly to Norway In violation ot Am- ercaa neutrally JawE, HUB Hanun, formerly chief flerard ilie Norwe glau-Americau KiiitUutifJord took the 13 a toverumtDl wlt- oesa ID Ibe (edertl court loday and testlfled against his co-defeadauls, Tliey are Oscar and Joieph Newman. Nen1 York Importers and ciDorlerH, and iwo llenn and 3ren Durleta, lUnicn LealKied he lo place In ine thlp's music roum Q large plionograpb cabinet whlcb. bad been cjpeclally manufactured and contain cd secret compartments (or contra btttid rubber. Ho eaM two trunks with [alye boUoms packed with rubber were lo be put on HDSI is uBEJ (XVoodiiook SpnUBtl-HovlBH', Lib.) 01 jiqurAa Uic.iucccsa of novcrnuunt wilt deucnd In ft Urge on' Lbe united end palrlollo lupport" It recelveB from (he country. H Is well lo remember- thai U is o new government; that It Is a gorarn- ment formed for. the apodal; purpose; cf carrj-fnif fl.n.the 1 1 Is nollbcr Consarvallfe government iior a'LlL- .governoiont, but a national trDnicDl, wllh'Lhb rlghl to appeal to ererfone-wlio belloyw tbat Iji a crisi thal.-throuBli ifrWcli' JTTO ar -j flrat oliloi. Parly. Interests, Low- they mAy bo Iir.lUem- parfy projiidlcea and leuilBrmuat, for QIQ lime being, bo lalO asjde, Tue InlercBlgioI Iho nation ro- No. 12 IM sCpsrBtor; eomo householJ TCMWS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OP tALE i JOHN W. CRAfQ, Owner -J, A..DLACKWOOD, ED, POPHAM, FREE LUNCH AT MOON IE Hie third biollier onnej the khaki. wbo has The poaklou of night constable for ha lown has been tilled by the- ap- oliitnient ot -Ro3' Ilftaderion- rt urncd soldier, or [he If. N. V. M. P., and once stationed in Tab'; .Mrs. Ham Beard lias relumed visit to her daughter. Mrs. O'.'L. loore in Montana. On Oct. 26th, Mrs." Eunice Shapley passed away at the ripe age 79 jcara. At the time of her death Vancouver, Oti. personi alltnded the meeting at the horscsbow buUdlog tonight to vear lion. J. A. and lion. .Mar- la flurrell on tho uiitda govern nent and Can'is's .iced for union E. I1. Tlavls. K.C.. presided and Intro lured Ihe speakers briefly. There was a re.iieienlaliOQ ol bolli ..iberals and Conservatives con- enthusiasm and both speak- ers were in good form, itellvcrfns strong addresses. At all I hues highest patriotic utterances were applauded. lion. Martin Uurrell referred to the filly successful vows of Canada slnca cp nted era lion And declared that rte- Inoaracy was uow being given greatest test. Ho believed Canada would Bland It, lu order to do this It waa neceisary that a fresh viow- polo.1 should be adopted [n many cases. The 'party system unquestion- ably had a Breal innny evils and t.ie day had come when a large part should be (ranipled under the feet of every EClf respecting Canadian, jloyd George has said that dlssenMon among ourselves was fatal lo success. There jnust he unity, Personal anl- rauBllles must be forgotten. There ivas iut one party and that parly waa the nation. Such TYUS the condition lu Canada. Ife esteemed It nit honor Lo Etaiid on the same platform Hon. Calder and express the f.tct af Ilia unity of parties. The'elecll6n acl, ns It applies Ib AJLerta and Saskatchewan was exact- ly (be saino ae that adopted by Sir WJlfrJdi liurtcr, withrthc. exception that could swear their lift last .would m 11'aworn, be put to one side and not counted except la case of a recount before judge. Caltlur, la his isld that the need for union, was that ll waa necesBftry to' coih'blna all clc niebts ot fcanada for warT purposes. A union couldjdo things 110 government do. It coul to the lowest, it coul number of other olartor men (n Ihe weal, Mr. Phlllpjon, mint Wrrrteri' Company offered i( field for opporlunlly and Javtlop- snen'. hai cail In hl> lol wltli.lhtm. An army .chaplain, In Ms vlclslty. wHtlttf trpm Ironl recently iiys: "1 am trinllnK people almolt dally, >nd taint of lliain In command, vwho us Infor.meil of all that Is paiilug on Hie front: and u4w Il'froin me''that' linemen, and however she may' roh; ceal II from her public, her xenortls know .It, It is. a. niRller of YDnly 'nov I fcf-1 and ereryoiie of Ihcm jtill fiercer anil connlllons for Ihe onemy. I spoken to men loday, oflhim. who lot Ihelr wound> only 41 KO, and who ire as coutjdtnl of Ike. Issue U If llerllp .wore nlreidy In our hands. The lask of officers nol lo press their men, when the Unit crimes Lo 'go over, but to re- itraln them lo Ihe taking of Itrlclly limited objectives; and the artillery barrage does the rest, U helog the nioil' terrific LhlaE of the war. be wearing 'our gas helmets, and have need tor rioine so, hut what We. are pouring Into Lena al this inomeat (3 enough Lo make Lhe Qer- Inan brute rage IbaL be ever ylied this mode ot attack. V> are Btatlerif In (be alrT not Buprame, Lr Deed, but sufficiently to enable the brilliant (eats of olher branches ot the len-fce lo take place. And our fflp on Ibe enemy I. tlghtentDf." in MSI w MWM. _ J DIAHEPSIN" 13 STOMACH RELIEF KNOWN-iTRV ITI 111 Pape'i Dlapepiiin irlll d! f eiUanylhlng you eat and overcouie or alnmich burely wlllitn (Ive TDlnutea. your meals don't or ifhat yuu cal-lleB like a lurap o li your bai' hcahkiirn, a slm o[ Oet trom your ptiarmadil Ilfl> cent case ol I'upa'i and just is soon ai you can. Ther )rlll bf no BOUT rlalnEa, no belching o ladlgealed Food mind with MM, n or heartburn, ralinetfl o htavj" feelinc In fae alotnacti, uau deblllUllriK headaditi, ir Inteitlnal Thlt wlllall fO beildei, there will ke. no Mi ortr In Ihe aloiuch Id polM breath vlth naiiaeona odors. fife's li a certain cur out-of order tttomachi hold o! aid algfsls same It jour jltiratc there, In fire ralnulH frdnfill (lorn l la ?oar koae. In t effects fire on Sunday. Mr. Perctval tells HE thai tlit scouts lo help out the household and. other when hla liulldlnfcs were threatened and that the boys dirt Bplcntlld 'work. We liara rleasure In nicnUoning tins mailer and trust that tho scoiile Kill prove belpful ID many other directions. llick Work of Leltlbridge Men Mr. Harrison of Calgary, spent M'V- Saved Buildings Deleclive Lobb Rescued Bank Papers eral days In Cualliursl Iliia week ad trie claims. r-iV. B. Machln had the iniaforlune to suffer a bad abcldenL result Ing" In n which will act for nil Canadian ?spl- dtera but (.he effort juat spoken 'of will Ite a purely local one for.oiirown' boys from this Immediate _ nallons or ichacco, etc., will be gladly received. The bnxes will'be'parted on TIi lire day aUernoon. -i-V- ANNULS Montreal, Opt. (he vole was taken privately wfaen a-pr'p-fe hibltfon bylaw wsn voted on'-In-Uie village of Panlneauv.lle on (From Our Own Coiresnnfidfnl. Coalhursl, Oct. eicllc-) enL was caused ID doalhurst hy the flre ou Sunday nfternoon'. Tlie ra- broke out in the kitchen of Ibe nlko restaurant and rooming house nd soon obtained a hold. Xxical aid as summonti] and a hurry-up call sent to the Lcthuildgo Fire Brl- ado which hastened lo Hie scer.s. rom tbe reslauranl the lire spread lo is ATberta! Hardware slorc. In whlcb ere also post office and tele- hone exchange. In spite of all et- orls Lhe two buildings were complete- destroyed and Ihe-lianlf and drug Lore "partially damaned by tire nnd Had II nol been for Ihfl prompt fforts.A Ihe T.elhbrldge firemen un er Chief Hardy, Ihe damage would ave been far worse. Tho firs was iroughl under control by about 7 T nx .'he Alberta Hardware, the hank and he drug store were covered by Insur- nee, hut no insurance was carried jn the reslnuranl wlifiro the, Tiro calis- d a complcle loss. Fortunately Ihe jonlents of tho bank and drug store were saved and credit Is due lo Detec ive Lobb ot the mounted police, and ssslsUnls, who helpeil lo save the 'arlous vpapfra, etc., from the bank nnd conveyed Ihdrn to Lellibrtdge. The affair .has'shown the need for some more adequate nre protection and Ihe nstalliitlon ot hydrants Is brine wel comcil. The company Is pushing for yard the Wrk which ivlll be finished In the near fulurc. Jlrs. W. C. Marsh and Illtlc son aro unending a few days In Lcthbrldec Ills week. 'The manso 13 Just about completed be occupied.ea.rly nex.l week [L'l3 ji very ;flne hotise with parlor lining room, sluily, bedrooms, kitchen pnntry, clothes closcls, etc., nnd ba been well planned and built. .T. Aber nelhy-was In charge ot Ihe Job an he has certainly done splendid work W, Keith Is doing the Inside staining a result ot (he efforts of the ladlci tlliUhc manse will be opened practlc nlly clear of rlcbl. A number of roc 'K kindly assisted In volunteer bor, atnonl Ilietn being W. Clark, TCI lasialled Ihe clcctrkal filrings 31 Inilll the chimney, .1. Kcltli, K. V, Hainlllon and olhor mcmhprA nf Ih hoard, J. I .MetXrmolt and family whos )ntb.'n'as burned in the nre, hav moved to HIP house formerly occ tiled Rev. W. C. Jlarsli. A "well Xnown anil popular loca bachelor haj.lieen busy Ihli week Bx Ilig.up oilft'of the Ilye-romeil (honse in the pillage aud preparing. (I to habilirliofi... Tue affair (9 som.6wLiatli snsplfloiiB. Metari. Perclval -iai-e usUcil.'us ,lo publicly (ffink ihe boy scouts (or the tnlnUnca' they rendered tbe fracture of the leg DC Sunday" S' 1915> court' of-appeata yniler-.; While cneased In hit dntlea as Jwlared that tbb: vole WM of effccl, tliiH decision VUIIng. prohlWtlpB ddar house engineer he. fell front the leg waB bent, under li; Paplneauvllle for a while. Im. Machln was conveyed (o LB Oalt liospttBl where he Is maklnr ood progress. Freil Sen, or li in the GaH bos- "tal where she has undergone op- Tile camera, offered ID Ibti Red affle was won by Mr. McCollouih of 'iRtdond City'. A total of JIH.CK) -rfAa the amount ollecled by Dr. Rosa and L