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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TITTinSDAY, AUGUST 8,1918 PAGE FIVE iNCHNEWiPS St. John, N.'B.. Aug. 8.-Launching cC two tlno wooden vcaaols ycHtcrday �was Now HrunswIrU's answnr to the clmllcnBe oC thn Ilun HUhmnrliios liirk-liiK off thn AtlaiiDic Coa.st wlitch al-vi'iidy haH dnstroyod Ihn Dornfontoln, thp, lli'flt of Ihn shlp.4 complotoil In Iht! lirnsoril rannlssRiiro of tho shiphulld-InB art. The now vosaels mo Ihn CcUna K Goldman. 177 lonK hiilll at St. Miirfia'.'i, and Ihn Vli;"Piil A WliKn. 4fiO tons, launched at Alma. A second .�schooner is to be humchnd at. the lat. 'ter iilace today and at Si. iMartln'N ivovlt bcKlns at once on a KornniKand lai\^er craft tlian tho two 'annched today. ENLARGE PROGRAM Washington, Aupr. S.-KnlnrBoniejit of the American progrnmme reauiring pxtension of tho drajt ases was decided upon in aocoi'dance wllli tho wl.shos of the military section of the war council today. PITCHED BATTLE WITH DRAFTEES Montreal, Aug. 8.-In a pitched battle between military police-, men and an alleged draftee and hia friends near Ormatown, this morning, Frank Robldoux, wanted as a draftee, and his brotticr George, and a military constable v;cre stiot. The wounded men v/ere all brought to the city this morning and placed in the Royal Victoria Hospital. They will all recover. The fight took�place last night when the military police surrounded the house where Frank Robldoux was living and attempted, to arrest him. Five military policemen were engaaed by the Robldoux brothers and four friends armed with shot guns. Hurrah! How's This Cincinnati authority says corns dry up and lift out with fingers. Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or iilood poi.on, which is nepdlBss, liays a Cincinnati authority,...wii.) teii.s yon that a quarter ounce n'.' ;. dru^ called treozono can he ohtninad at Utile cost from the drug sUu" iiut is BUff;cient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus. You simply apply a low drops of frec;!Dne on a icniler, achinj; corn and soreness Is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire corn can 1)g lifted out. root and all. wiilu)nt pain. This druR is sticky hut dries at once nud is (Claimed to just shrivel up any f^orn without inflaming or even Irritating tlio surrounding tissue or skin. If your wife wears higii heels she will ho glad to );nDW of this.-Advert. lY IAN GENERAL RETIREMENT I.,ondon. Aug. H.-It Is regarded In London as possible that the eneniy'.s wltlulrawal in tho Lys salient Tuay be preliminary to a general retirement from that salient whore liis position is very unfavoraTjle because ot the waterlogged ground and also by reason of fact that lie is dominated by the Uritish guns from the neighboring heights. in this coiinection the enemy's recent withdrawals from tho oa.st liank of the Avro lu the neighborhood of Morenil and from the west bank to the (!ast' bank of the Ancre are also pointed out. Thero 1b no disposition in London, however, to jump at con-cl.n.ioiis owing to the withdrawals. Brantford customs returns, for July reached Jld'i.S.'lO.SS as against $.Slil-81,T.5S for the samo month of last year. Freshwater Sea Voyage {Through the Great La^e?) From Thunder Bay tp Georgian Bay-a sijt hundred mile trip from Fort WilUam and Port Arthur-i through the blue-greei� vyaters of Lake Superior, Sault Ste. Marie, Lake Huron, and the islan'd. fairy-^ land of the Georgian Bay.; At time* out-o'-a!ght of land writb only a vitta of tumblinf creeo' water* and wheelinr acagull*. Again through green embowered pauagea of wonderful lovelineu. Luxuriou* CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships plendid tervice. excellent food, all at moderate ct>�t., Aliainative for all Transcontinental Pusenger*. Canadian Pacific Standard-Nona Better. For full information call, jphone or write any Canadian Pacifjc Agent. J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger, Agent, Calgary. CONSERVE! It is important that you conserve food and fuel Save both |)y Using a Faifious GURNEY-OXFORD RANGE Come in and See the latest Gurney Oxford Coal Ranges, or write for catalogue. TAYLOR HARDWARE CO GVIRNEY OXFORD AGENTS L.ETHBRIDQE A Big Success Seven Thousand Prisoners and 150 Guns Are Taken London, Aug. 8.-Seven thousand prisoners and one hundred gur,2 have been captured in the Franco-British offensive, Andrew Bonar Law, chanceiior of the exchequer announced tonight. London, Aug, 8.-l-lnrbonneu6, sixmlloB from Vlllero-Bretonneux, has been reached by the British, according to' the Evening News. MAY ABANDON LINIE London, Aug. 8.-Although the Germans recently have carried out various vyithdrawals between (Vtont Didiar and the sea, there is no Indication that they have made any extensive preparations for a retirement. It is considered probable, however, that the enemy may be forced *o abandon liic line on the Vesle. 'ADVANCE IN NORTH With the British Army in France, Aug. 8.- (Associated Press)-While the British south of the Somme were mal orilic nnil comii. nuido u sprTiai trip to lliislnnd and .spent three months In a -senrcl' for ]':ni,'li�li motion soncs new to tlie -Vmericnn iihitforin. found not: only nkl motion songs, but tuneful folk songs dr.Iin? Iicck .cBnd prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant actloa of Adler-i-ka Hurprisoa both doctors and patients,-,!, D. Hlginhotham & Co., Ltd., druggists,'-Advertisement. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT, CHAS. T. COUSINS- SKIFF, ALT A, SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and' contents In good locality. Doing a good business. Will sell I'or Reasonable price. APPLY TO JOS, FERDINA, , 7th Qt, 8. opposite Gait Gardens or F. A, ROGERS, 640 13th Street North Phone 1155 202-q individual food siivim;, when mulll-plicd hy hundreds of ilKm.sands." the t)oard states. "In I'lo crtso of pork, Canada and the iniied riiates havi^ 1 been jvblo to meet tlie allies'' rf^qiiire- , monf? for tiui present, luit it inuiit not � he assumed that niir t:isk is complete. It is still tvuf liiat all foo-. Tills settles the controversy who arose out of extending tho franchise to women. Some have hold that this gave tiieni the right to sit in parlla-m.?nt and several women have announced their candidacy for ofllce at til. next general election. The Duchess of JIarlhorough, formerly Consueio Vnnderbilt, ot New York, has been accepted us tlie progressive candidate for the .Nortli Southwark division of the London County Council, The vacancy, caused by the deatii of tho former representative, will bo filled immediately, according to The Daily Telegraph. J. H. BALMER COMES TO CHAUTAUQUA Brings Kaffir Boys Choir From Africa for CIcaing NlQht. .T. H. I'.almcr, noted EugUsli traveler, explorer and authority on South Africa, Is coming to Chautnuqua on the last night with hi.s band of singiug KuIIir boy.*! from the lienrt" of Africii, TliLs atti'iiction has been perhaps the biggest success upon the Chautauqua .T. H. BALMEU platform for innny years. Tliey appear la native costumes and their program Is a song hnd story demonstration of lite In the Darl: Continent. The songs lu EugUiih are raogtly original and form a large part of the program. TJioy nro prcoentcd \/\t}i perfect accent ant) enunciation', with clearness and beauty of tone ancl with such light and shade as is only heard lo tlio' great choirs ot the country. BOLSHEVIK MEN RULE EL GOVT : : : : * : ; : > .> weeks. : > �: > : ? : > Kandalaska. Russian Lapland. Aug. 8.-Tile governtuent ot the "countiy nf tlio north." recently established at .\rcliangel after a revolution against tlio Bolshoviki, has addressed a proc-lumatJon to tlie peo))ie of tiie district declaring tlie Bolslioviki regime at an end and announcing that the new government had taken up tlie duty ot governing the region. "The power of the Bolshevikis is ended," the proelamalion hoglns. i "Because of the treuGon of 'he conn- i try coiiimitted at Bvo.m-IjUovsk; because of famine, tho failure to rocog-ni/.B the rights and liberties ot the couiiti'ies; because ot pillaging, shoi;,!-ings and constant arrest.s, the power of the so-called Soviet of traitors and erimiiiais is passed. The represeuta- ^ ives ot the so-called people's govern-; ments have lied. What the Press Agents Say WON'T RAISE DRAFT AGE IN THE NAVY Washington, ."Vug. 8.-Extension of the draft system to the United States navy is not regarded a.s necessary