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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAll/V HERALD FOR THE STAMPEDE F Cardston Up Wants SKOO � to -Prize List Considered Join C^OMMANDERS AND'LEADERS'OF BOTH SIDES I N-THE ..GREATEST BATTLE OF THE WORLD S HISTORY: Centre: General Foci),' Allied Generalissimo; Gewjra 1 Pel.airr, French Commander-in-Chief: General Sir Douglas HaW Commander-in-Chief of the. British. Armies, Crown Prince Frederick Vvilhelm is loading an army in the present drive". ' tfielrt "Marshal'von'Hmdonuurg, German s; tratogist. ^ Washington, April 1:1.- The congress of the oppresead- Austrian Naf, loiialitiesTnaugur�ted by iho-niayor-of Rome in the Italian1 capital pit died oii Wednesday after adopjtihg memorandum setting forth* tlte'^aspiratlons for freedom nd natloiuiLunity of the races held under Austra-Hungnrian rulo. A cable dispatch .from Borne yesterday ''to the Italian embassy quotes the memorandum as follows: First, erary people proclaims it to he its right to determine-its own nationality and national unity and. complete independence. Second, every people knows that the Austro-Huagarian monai-ebjt is an instrument '-^..PL'rnuxn_d(Otnjnatio.n and a fiindamerital-obataoj* fo-ine realization of iU rights to free development and self government. Third, the congress recognizes t;IVo necessity of fighting against the common: oppression. The roprnsentalives of. Italy, and the Jugoslavs agree:. First, that-the unity and independence, of the Ju'go Slavs is considered of vital importance' by Italy. Second, that. the. deliverance-of the Adriatic Sea- and- its' defense from] an, anemy is capital interest to the two' people*. �: '  *' / Third, that territorial controversies' ivi 11 be amicably''settled on tho prin-2iple of natlooirltt.ii �md in such a manner as pot to injure the vital interests ofc' Polish delegates, the dispatch said, added to their declaration that they considered Germany the principal enemy of Poland and that, they could ob'taiji their independence- - only through the. disintegration of .the Aus-tro-Huiigarian..empire and the uniting of all Poles as one nation. The United States, Franco and Groat Britain were represented at the conference, the message said, and many messages of sympathy/ and approval .were received by the congress from through-] out Europe. ALIEN DIRECTORS OF S YEST '���f">"�"�))�'�i4.4.i�itiilM�'*'ff"�"�"l ..... ^ I i L WITH FINGERS Vou simply say to the drug store (nan, "Give me a quarter of an ounce if freezone;'*This will cost very little ^ut is sufficient to remove every hard ir soft corn from one's feet. A few drops of this new ether compound applied directly upon a tender, iching corn should relievo the soreness inntantly, and soon the entire torn, root and all, dries up and can bo lifted out with the fingers. This new way to rid one's feet of torus was introduced by a Cincinnati Sian, who'says that, while: freezone is Uicky, it drres in a moment, and sim-b4y shrivels up the corn without In-llamlng  or even irritating the surrounding- tissue or skin. Don't lq� father die of infection or )nokjaw from whittling at his corns, �ut clip this out and make him try It: -Advertisement. I Ottawa, April'12.-.At'.the first meeting of the private bills'committee of the commons this morning a discuii-tion occurred as to the desirability of allowing companies doing busings;; in Canada to have a majority of directors who-'are not British subjects. The bill under discussion was one relating to the Cosmos Cotton Company of Yarmouth, N. S., which is tp.a con-, sidorablo extent an Auterican uudjoc-taking.  ,:, .... Brig. General M. II. Mcliean moved to striko out of-the bill the provisions that "the majority, of the directors need., not be residents.; in Canada or British subjects." It .was e^lained, liowever, that the -company has its status in this respect definitely defined by net.of parliament and it would be a iirca'c^ of faith for the committee to 'make a change and General idcLean withdrew his amendment.' Mr. Ellcin's bill to consolidate the various interests of the Fraser Lumber Company's of New Brunswick was adopted without opposition as was also Sir Herbert Ames' bill, changing the name of the Canadian Secretary .of Engineers to the Engineers Institute (.'(..Canada. , _______ . ^ ~ Died Suddenly-Frank Mine -Closed Up-Blairmore Soldier Wounded Washington, April 12.-A German, submarine of the largest seagoing type on April"10,.appeared In the' port of Monrovia, the ca'pital of Liberia, cm the west coast of Africa and lfombard-ed the wireless and cable station's there, the state department has been informey in an official despatch. ' Liberia,' which is a negro republic, with a population of between one and two million, declared war on Germany, Augusut, 1917. Relations had been broken previously but the war declaration, permitted the internment of many German merchants and .othors who had been accused of unneutral activity. TV cleat up my stock before leaving for Calgary, 1 -v: offer at a bargain: Three Passenger Roadster One Touring Car �BOTH GUARANTEE1" (From JOitr Own Cdrrcsrondent) Blairmore, April ""10.--: Trooper Gwylm Evans of the StrathconaHors'e is reported wounded in the thigh by rifle ball. He joined the 13th C.M.R. in :Pincher Creek in 1915 and went dyerseas the following year. � His parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Wm;-Evans, reside in Blairmore. A1- C. Newcoombe of Calgary and -�f-tlte Military Service department of K.e- National;' Council of the Y.M.C.A. was in town last week, laying plans for the Y.M.C.A. drive-in the'.Pa^s towns in. May. He gathered together from the towns, representatives df each, to meet him.iit-Blairaiore. -The meeting was held'.in 'the parlors of the Cosmopolitan Hotel -Thursday afternoon. : Provisional, ogahizatipn was made for each town represented to prepare for Mr. Xewcoomhe's -coming later on in the' campaign. The following representatives-will- go to -Calgary Wednesday evemns to meet "in general' conference: T!v.-xH. Lawson, Coleman; J. F. , Hunter, Blairmore; Rev. 'Peter^, Bellevue.: Died Suddenly. ..Gunner Tiberg. a boy of seventeen, died vary suddenly at.the home of his mother oh Thursday "afternoon. .He wVra a timekeeper at .-the miner. He was mot well the day before when- he came home from the mine. The doctor was called twice but there seemed nothing very sOrious, but shortly I after his last visit he suddeuly grew worse and died before the tldqtor could he found-again.- He wais ,1jie only support of .his, mother, -ilis; father died last January. .He was," a -quiet and industrious boy,"and ' "did �'hie-bettt'to support's his mother and two small brothers] Mrs. Tiberg h'a)s the -sfneere-synirmrhy-r>'t~thB--^vhol� community. The funeral .was.held oh Sunday'at two o'tito-ckrfrom-the"Union' cluircli. Intennent-was-ma The board ia wirihg Mayor Hardie who is in Ottawjji to-nave him interview the war department with regard to a flying exhibiti^l'by a military aviator. The board bM Had a letter fram the department -which- $pp�ars favorable ito,:;the-pian-4f tiif"#>t- pf the,l�ir circuit qatt. be inter^swd in the project. * ? O i suit of the work of the medical ? hoard of review one entire > company of men to date have > been reviewed from lower > -categories into A2. Another ? company has Been elevated to ? B2. This makes half a batlal-ve.loping.great-' arlillery activity in tie- s.outliern area," lit" (I isp.-i I ch says '"I'le- Bray-Corbia road is bein.P; fiei'i-ely slielleil. '"I'hrce attachs wh'ich the enemy h-.nn'liei', yesterday in great ^vavea n-ai Ville (!hiip.!lle wen- reimls"(l with immense iosses to tli� Gerrnnns. The ground was strewn with dead. ''In brilliant sunshine ihe batlld is continuing Willi I'iereeness wlireh has sean-eiy nagged siit'-c the beginning. Tin- Germans are throwing in thrit\ reserves in She same prodigal manner as in the opening dayn in action.so far I on this comparatively narrow front of j approximately 2r, mil"s or some eight,] thousand men to <-verv mile of front-1 Determined Attack London. April .12.--German Iroops made a determined altack along the, Jlessines Ridge and succeeded in :;aiu ing some ground, says a Renter dispatch from British army headquarters fri\Fnince and Belgium, but the British once again drove them out, by a .Calgary. April 12.-According to an officini announcement at mi(itary headquarters this morn-eecj. ths offer of the Army and Navy Veterans in Canada to raise a company or draft for overseas service has been accepted. It is proponed to raise a company of 250 men for railway .construction work in military' districts 10, 11, and 13, and the unit will be mobilized at Winnipeg before proceeding overseas. Men up to 50 ys.irs. wi'di previous military experience and physically fit will be accepted. SIMPLY MARVELLOUS the way Zam-Buk relieves thai burning and irritation of eczema," writes Miss A. Gallant, . of St Nicholas, P.E.I. "For a year I Buffered with this diseate, and tried all kinds of remedies, but nothing helped, me until I used Zam-Buk. The continued use of this berbal balm has completely cured me. " Although It Is now two years since this cure was effected, there bas tieen no return of the disease/' Zam-Buk is equally good for rinewcrm, scalp sores, pimples, bolls, teething rash, " barber's . rash," ulcers, old^eores, abscesses, bed' legs, blood-poisoning, piles, cats, burns, scalds and braises./ All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. COc. box, 3 for $1.25. / Have You Bon To The o n We have ah inviting ice cream parlor and know you will like our service. We are offering a candy special tomorrow. ........ ' Cocoanut O/Y Kisses per lb* O&U'C We make high quality cakes and pastry. 420 5th Street South Is ivfmt you get when you Buy a F^Msiforfn or Society Brand Snit or Overcoat. _QotjiesJp^he;young man! Clothes styled for the conservative yet particular ' dresser arpiissembled here in a much larger variety of style and pattern than ever attempted by us at any previous time. No matter what your size may ber we have hundreds of different styles and patterns to show you and we have a pleasing surprise for you re price, Come in and let us show you these better clothes-you will not be urged to buy. See the New Belted Suits and Overcoats for 1 Young flfen in Society Brand New Spring Suits $18.00 to $40.00 New Spring Overcoats, $16.50 to $30.00. 'Two in One1 Overcoats ; * These coats are shown in mixed pattern tweeds, grey mixed, brown' mixed, heather mixed. Cloths are thoroughly proofed and made with rubberized lining. Just the thing for motoring or street wear. Shown in either Ulster or Slip-on style. Price $22.00 up. Exclusive Patterns in Dress Shirts IN DR. JAEGER, CLUETT MAKE'S, ETC. Fancy Silk Stripes ...... $6.50 up. Dr. jaeger's Wool Taffeta, $7.00 up And Shirts as low is......$1.25 Spring Neckwear Novelty and Conservative Patterns in NEW SPRING NECKWEAR are here in abundance of the newest stylet. Prices^Sc to $2.50; ...... See the new Japanese Silk Crepe Ties. Prices 75c to $1.25. New Stetson, MaUe-ry and Spring Hats Borselino makes. Prices $3.75 to $6.00 McKelvie  McGuite Urgesfinilributwt of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta Kirkham Block Lethbridge 53 ;