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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATL'nOAY,.APmilioants must hold Marine Engineers CortiBcate or have had experience afloat or ashore. Pay $1.75 to $2.75 per day-free food and kit and $25.0() monthly separation under usual conditions. Vacancies also for I SHIP CARPENTERS; Wages $1.20 to $2.40 and separation. Some Seamen, Stokers, Stewards and Cooks can also iind employment in the Canadian Naval Service, v; Jaii6ed mcn.cannot find a bettor way .0 serve their country during the war. Apply 28 Commanding Officer H. M. C. S. RAINBOW Esquimau, B. C. Naval Recruiting Secretary, Industrial Bureau MAIN STRfeET, WINNIPEG MAN. or Naval Recruiting Secretary A Drop On a Touchy Corn Instant relief! Then corn or calluc lifts off with flnsers.  / .Tust think! you c-vn lift nlf any corii or callus without one twinge of pain. A Cincinnati man diacov-tired this 'ether compound and named it freefone. Any druggist will sell a tiny bottle of freezone for very little cost You apply a fc\v drops directly upon a tender corn or callus. Instantly the sorenos.s disappears, then shortly you will find tlie corn or callus so loose that you can lift it right off; I'^GGiione- !s wonderful. It dries instantly. It doesn't eat awia.ij' the ('orn or callus, but shrivels it up without even Iri'itating' the, skin. , � Hard corns, soft corns, or corns betw'tien thO'tijes, ,'is well ns p'aifaful calliisos, lift right off. There is no pain before or afterwards. No soreness or smarting. Womta should keep, a tiny bottle on the dresser and never let a cprn ache twice.- -^vertisemeiit, of accommodation. 'I'lie mananer lias sent for ei|ulpm�nt for tliroe more rooms, wlilcli is. oxpectcd in the nr Woolford. .A. large iiiimbev of furmerH in thtf district are riilfdng hogs In spite of--the biglt ))rlc.eB of grain, and with Ibis niark tO'slioCit' at, tliore will be numbers encouraged liy UtiH splondld .sale, froint lie. farmers' Htandpcint. On account (if the liigli price of pork prodn'ce inosl people in the district are incMneil �ti> save the bacon, forovcn-Hias use. inillwortli, the Indian agent, assured him that no difticulty on this score would occur inasmuch' a^.'anyone buying land on the Blood Indian lieaerve would very much prefer hauling their loads directly into the elevator.'than to go from-one-half' ' twice the distance on section^ Hues over. crus.s_roads with the same Idads. It is believed that the � Indimia will not be blind to their advaiitages by forcing the road along section lines, which'ineans lha't the present bridges over the Bull Koru and other coulees tliax have boenniade liji-to-date would be thrown away and now ones required. .Wc are assured thai all pat'tie.s. who have leased land, or who may buy land where this road ordinarily intersected, would perfectly agree to the l)resent surveyed trail in cumparisoii to the right-angle style of uiUnnd-down-bill, cross-coulee traffic. Mr. Douglas Stoddard, who was severely Injured in the automobile accident recently, and whose skull was deeply fractured, necessitating removal ot part ot ttje-bone, is s^ill recovering tva well as cjiii be hpped for. Doctor H. W. Lynn, in attendance, through his surgical skill, has been able to save the young man's life, and so far it is little- short of. miraculous that the pati'eht Is in such a good condition, with strong lioi)es for Ills permanent recovery. It is the intention to graft a piece of the bone from the shin to the head, and thus fill 'up the present gap that the portion of the smashed skull was taken from. Mr. 11. D. Folsoin. tlie lumber merchant, has recently returned frmii California with his w.lfe and faniiiy, where tlioy have been spending the winter, lie has nothing but good wortls and only for Southern Alberta, .as compared with other places, so far as and opportunity are concerned. llr. V. V. Christie has been very busy recently v^ith the lesting oi' horses on the .Blood Reserve, and has shipped a great number of samples of blood to tlie government choinist.-; for analyzation. He expects to finish the testing of the Indian lioraeH In the reservation district in a few days. Quite a number of the local residents are following the injunction of the fuel controller, and are supplying themselves with coal, preparatory ti; entering next winter's cold, as they should. A letter from Rrivale^OfvIl Bates, now in the front lines" in France, states that on the llrd of April h^was quite well, but had been throuBh some very severe fkghtlng, Ills companions on both sides were \youndod, but he so far had escaped unhurt excepting for the old wourtd in his foot, which he austjiined last summer. Mr. (Uiauncey 10. Snow, Jr., has\ volunteered with the Royal Flying corps, having passed successfully thii' physical examination at .Lethbridge recently. Me exjiects to leavfi .for Winnipeg as soon as transporlallon arrives. ,  . ' .Cardston is jiistly .proud of ;!iei'',sol-' diers, sailors, flyers, mounted men and infantrymen. SHOilCE flOOSES bill, afler curofin iiiqui found iiol to h(y.''ii'' .'J1'\om 0\w Own "iil) �iVobleford. April ^ L'ti.- hast.Miiinlay livening tbe^ serV||ce.s wei' i;;. and Tiiiir.-i'lay ;horni;'i;. n,, do ;i lol of good, it dii! i; , as peoiqe' would liavi lii . iiio.-;l of (he, seed is i,, ;: ever, do a lot of I'or .--ome time I lici. !i;i ed here a goorl bnm-i;;' , an efforl seems lo li" jimiI llial v,-iii. Our fri.',i.l f'iiinaman, has ariici. i r,i and i'; iia'.'lng liuilt i h ,u he will ply lhat U' 'there is no doubi . : her of people now \',\ in, i will do a gooil bHsiiii �flic Hev. .Mr. Al cli!'. ' vlsii licre oil Wedm s.i , , , iilli.:rview with tile (' \ I (1,: .11 I aii'l fi nal wa,; . . ,^01!l ide arr.iiigemenl;! lo taiir Uim ; of llii- njiigregaI ion Hii rvifc ill Ihe I'rc;;by t erki 11 cnunli .Nlbcrla Social t^ervi't'e league! .Vlr, Saieluy evenliuv. and jint in front j .\n liili.ild, is well kiiowii lo many ol needs of rliii|(Hii- kuidiiig iiilialiilaiil,-; who wIlT 'bd glad lo see liiiii anil lo lieai- what ha has to say. 'l.iy iiiaiir, 1! �.\oil;ii ,iv a.' Innc, i' i't, .\ '�� Jlllil. llOV,' i'lppi,.' Willi! iCIie v,!;;,'ll 1 i';nli'. h'l \ 1, Sranll Pill isjnall Dose Small Price ^ NliVER li;j;-i'i'^^ FOR CONST! have stood the test ;1 ioo.Mie,',;;, headache, Indifjcsiloii a:-.d to clear up a baJ crmsolexlon. Genuine bcurs Riciiuuir,; PALE FACES Generully inrlit-Mif u liiuk of Irun in the Blood iron Pil is Carter's \ Will help thin coiii those who can ido no more. Every pound of home-gro-'Am vegetables, produced on city land by city labor, will be a positive addition to the food supply. Home Garden and Vacant Lot cultivation rwillj leave the farmers free ^tqAg^pw inore food for export.^;. . '� ........ A'';'|>'-*;'-''"'SS^'S-' J'? The vegetable garden 'offers | aH  opportunity for service,>;jtOttinerij Director of Piotl-action whose,circumstances�make|it|itn'; possible for them to',work^^oa^� farm, to women, to boys and*girlr to city people generally* k.&V"" Be a Food Producer THis Year j^^. If there is a garden or vacant lot movement in youf. community, associate vojutself �with it. If no organization exists, do whatr yoil' can to .interest';;^,your neighbours in the War Garden campaign. ^ *�!^ Write to your Provincial Department -of Agriculture for pamphlets on gardening and additional information. CANADA FOOD BOARD Director of > Agricultural Labor V,* �'^'^'y^ Chairman r (In Go-operation -with the Provincial l^^ppartments of Agriculture.) 636448 6 ;