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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AU(;UST20, 101S THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREE By Wellington so Vpi CNHILr! ILL QO THOME Cops Y" CC^^ 1^ /^v/-DON'T DO THAT,old CRAP-DECIDED NCfntJiURN HIM YOU 5EE,3 /^h SUAHYHATir WAS OMl.>f THE T=ORCE OF CIR-CUhS"rANCE5 th�t C/^used his ektfance: upon a CRIMINAL Career, /^ndth^t IN A PPOmV* environment HIS , bettaw nature WILU ASSEI2TI )T5gWy: r eo.ANFTAV^ 0UE PAX5UAS|ON,l\ HAVE O0TAINED HIS CONSENT*TT> > UVE HEAH WITH U5, AND AULOY' | ME ATTEMPT Hc REFDpl-�A"noN. - S [XPUINED A CiiiKuliHii Atlantic rorl, Aug. 20.- TliG iiiyMtoi'ioiis ciini^nuiliiig off ii port oast or liorc lias been explained hy Ihu iirrival of a fishing schoonci' ul u port still fai'tlicr east repoiting that on Saturday afternoon a steamer �was seen about fifteen miles off here engaged in vigorously shcllinK some unseen object. The captain of the Bchooner reported thai after a dozen shots had been fired hy the steamer it became enveloited in .smolse and rils-appoared from view, lie si)id that the wloanier was eitlier engaged in target practice or it was shelling what was Ihought to be a submarine and that I'lnaJly the ship made use of a smoke Bcreeu to escape from the supposed Ubout. POLISH APPEAL, Washington. Aug. IS.-Hold for Austrian courls-niarlial which probably Tvill sentence them to death, 12.") Polish soldiers who led an armed revolt In the Austrian army in l^ebruary have issued appeals to the Polish people throughout the world asUlng them not to compromise the freedom of T'olaiul with the Idea of securing any alleviation of their prospective Haiilonces, according to dispatches received here today'l)y the Associated Polish DANISH MISSION TOU. S. Copenhagen, Aug. 20.-Denmark is fiuon to send a naval mission to America. According to the Polltiken. the mission will include'. Prince Axel, a captain in llin navy and a cousin of King George of Gr(;a( Britain. The jnission will pay most attention to aviation. NEW SHOES INT HORI m IHIS 'Cincinnati 'Man Tells How To Shrivel Up Corns So They Lift Out. OucU '. ? '. V '. '. This kind of roufjh talk will be heard loss here in town if people troubled with coma will follow the simplo udviee of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a'few drops of a drug callod frcezone' when uppUeil to a lonUer, aching corn stops soreness at oncu, and soon the corn diies .up and lifts right out; without pain. lie says freoiionp is n sticky Bub-stance wh'.oh dries imniodiatoly uiul never Inflames or even Irritates the Hiirrouuding tissui-' or skin. A (luurter of an ounce, wlilidi will cost very little at iiny drug sloro. is sa'ld to bo sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus front one's feet. iMUlion's of American women will welcome this announcoment since the inauguration of the liCgh heels.-Advert. anchor-donaldson line POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Wlnnlpee. GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE We ai'o preparo'd to furnish FHniinrs and nanchcrs with any iimohnt of Greon Feed (Frosted Wlieat) balotl and loaded on cars fin- shlpuiont south or stacked in flQlds in North Country tor feeding on the grouml.^ i Can placo largo nuiubor of Block for winter feeding in Ed-niontou, Uoavcr Ulvcc ami Peace niver Dlsti'icta on sliuros.Hnrt by the BOOBon. Wo cull sell your cuttle and sheep for you on tlio beat tortus nvullablo. roi" -Pi'icos aud Terms ^Vlro, write or phoue. Do It uow, as tho seaeou is short and time  flies. Mercantile Traders' Exchange I 820 Tegler Block, Edmonton Alberta Phbne 6422 201-12 CANNOT BELIITLE Hun fJciicral Says U. S. Army uf ns Serious Thing For Germany HK; WINDSOR COMP.VNY HAS LICENSE CANCELLED .�\uistcr(huu. Aug. 20.-Profes.iionai soldiers like General Von Illume and Von 1/iebcrt. unlike so many ntlior tlerman critics, do not seek to belittle tho significance of the appearance of the .\merican army on the western front. (iuneral Von Hliiine, who is on the retired list, writes an artich; on the subject, which appears hi the Uhoii-ische W'eslfalisclic lieilung. He frankly admits that "we have to rocTiK-nl/ic tliut llio Americans, all in all. have done very smart work and i-would be a very serious thing if iho t'icrman army command liad to face an American fighting army of millions." _ . . This prospect the German i)ublh: must on no account be permitted to ponder over and almost immediately after the article appeared a semi-official statement was issued to the effect that tlie "exaggerated reports going about regarding tho size of the American army in Europe, merit no credence and only exist In Yankee iniag-litation and entente propaganda." The statement said further, that "the tonnage qnestion, whicli is already acute will become still more serious for the entente when America has to ship her crop to Europe.' Genera) Von Liebert who was former German commandant at Ijodz, and who is now military critic of the Taeglische Rundschau of Berlin, tells the ))ul)lic that tlie .-Vmerican army has actually become a l)ig factor aud the debarkations In France are proceeding regularly. General Von Liebert laments the "moral perversion which brought the Americans to the front and says "the French and British owe their recent succes.^ 'to their trans-Atlantic ally, without whom their offensive would have been doomed to disappointment." tJlt.TV.M. Aiig. 2u.- The Canada Food lioard iiii.-i cancclli'd ;ill llu.' licensr.'; of tile t'on.iUnKirs* .\~st)t'iation of Windsor. (Jut. Thi.' .ood board took this acUiin lh(! association i'ontinviiul to do advertising which IIk! [board had spucifically furhidih.'ii. The advertising in question mndcd to convey ilir iiiiprc^sioii Ihni "llic (.\in,''uin-w.-i' .\ssocialion." w.ns acting under directions from the food board. "We arc partners witli the Canada Food Heard," was one of the slale-menls. The association also advertised sugar, ostensibly with the ap-proviil of Ihe-boaril, and used such ex-i jiri'ssions as "plouty of sygar" and "use lots of sugar in preserving." N J i mm] i'arls, Aug. :;0.-i lluva^ Agency.)- Uesolutious exprosKiiiL' gratitude to and admiration for ihi^ allied soldiers and tlie I'rench and allii'd military ciiiefs for their galinin ffVons and successful results weri' ailopicd by the council of state or Koneral council of the republic, at a mcciing yesterday. Tile councillors rcaf-iniicd their un- !shakeable belief In iIh' final victory of tho allies. A special greeting to the American army uiiich is fighting on Kunjpean soil for i!ic first lime in I tho Kiriiggic for jii.-iln.', liberty and I Iiuiiianity was adoptiMi. j A vote of confidence in il\c govern- (.nient of I'remier CleimMiceau was passed by a large majiriiy. car strikers were furthr reeinforc-ed this morning by more v/omen workers on the underground railways where, however, a number of women still are worl^ing. Yesterday's congestion on these systems was again witnessed today. More than 14,000 employes arc out on strike. I Amsterdam. Aug. 20.-ft is oflicially reported from Vologda, says the correspondent at .Moscow of the Rhcin-ische Westfallsche Zeitung of Essen, tliat the Entente allied troops In the Arclinhgid sector of .N'orlhwestern Russia have withdrawn outside the range of the ViOlshevIki artillery. Soviet troops are reported to have blown up the IVaikal Tunnel of the trans-Siberian Railway. G.-GEN. ROSS IS WAS ON WAY TO MAINE homo at Locus Valley yesterday, Mr. Schoonmaker was prominent in the financial v/ork, being also a director cf the American Beet Sugar Company and the General Electric Company. NO GENERAL EXEMPTION' OF MARRIED MEN Xcwport. Vcrnionl. .Aug. J !i.-Former Governor George II. Proiity. who was killed in an automobile accident near WaterviUe. Que., today left his homo to go to the Moose Head Lake region >'.n .Maine. Mr. Prouty was man-! agor of a large lumiier business. lie had served in iioth 'branches of the Vermont legislature and as Ihniten-ant governor, and was governoi- from IDOS to iilJil. V.'asliington. Aug. 111.-y,o general o.xomplion of married men simply because of their marriiige status is contemplated by the .war department in preparing tor the propost^d extension ot^Jraft ages. Secretary of War Baker declared today in a statement before tiio housp military committee on the now administration man power bill. PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. COMMITTED SUICIDE New York, Aug. 19,-Sylvanus L. Schoonmaker. chairman of the board of directors of the Amer-lean Locomotive Company, committed suicide at his summer ICNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ava. �. ill NOED,0lOSfliDiEil WORLO'S SEH SSE THREATENED BY FIRE fFrom Our Own Corrcsnonaent) MUk River, Aug. 17.-:riro broke out in the Derrlo barn hero about lialt past four on Saturday afternoon. A groat many fanners vvorc J� town and noon hundreds of willlnnk3 of the London Omnibus and street Squeeze the juice of two lemons into n bottle containing throe ounces of Orchard AVhite, shake well, and you have a (luarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautifler, at very, very small cost. Your grocer lias the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White to? a few cents. Afassage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, suiiDurn. windburu and tan disappear and how clear, soft and wliitp the skin becomes. Yesl It is harmless. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Tractor Repairs^ We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A bureau IN THE board of trade offices LETHBRIDGE '' To secure and distribute farm tabor. Farmers .wishing to secure help should apply ImmedUtely to MR. J. A. WEIR, who hat charge of this free eerviee. phone 1603 cSUPPLIESc AtiO ALL KINDS Oi* ILIfr TRICAL^ WORK. W.L. McKcnzle & Co. ^HONB MT 711 Srd Ave. 8. The Handsome Stones on view lyire are not so expensive ns you may Imagine. We prepare them when no immediate orders are on hand, tor that reason you'll find their cost very reasonable and their artistic cx-coUenco unassailable. Lelhbrjdge Monumental and Cut Stone Works' R.^ecds, Prop. 8th Street S. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D.. CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Utflco rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avj. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. Otl'lce Phone M2S48 Rosidonce Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Kyc, Far, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, lai 1-1914. / Specialist to Calgary School Board THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. - Agents tor tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace WorK Phone 1713 330 6th St. S. Lethbrldge, Albertit SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer 327 lith St. S,, Lethbrldge Phone 1692 Geo. P. Porter auctioneer DRAYING o; All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Llinitrd frU*--�. p. R. FrsigM �A�tt PHONE� Offle*............ 11 � tablsn .......... 1IH4 ' AUCTIONEER Long expArlonco in stock and IB farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. lavalley COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tho Dowsley Land Aaoncy, Ueth-bridse. Phone 1809 I Nursing Mission V pureTreshmiuc From tuberculosia-tosted cows -Anyone requiring such milk ^ tor babies may do so daily. The milk is free to those who cannot pay (or it, and at cost to those who onii. L. A. H. Roosa We meat all trains Day and Night. See ua at Depot, or Reliable Shoe Repaurs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEV, Prop. lOS 2nd Ave. S. Phoue mi Next Fire Hall DO NT - _FDRCET 1^!^ THE W/^VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A [ jbB-^TD DFIFER 1 PI Sec'y Veterans' CIuK Phone 372 061503 03?5657215 4305?291 0???544327336628 ;