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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHOAY, AUGUST 24, Tlffi LUTHIHMDGE ing uwll aker ot conlinuout under boiling sun, lho Brltlih to go ahead with the Often ,lve movement. -'Ms IB In accord, once with the Koch striking first on one sector and then on anolher section ol the Tho Germans' ta the part ot the from along Ihe DiveUe, between Las and the Olse, appear to be put ting up stout resistance. Genera Humbert will time to for overcoming the Oer artillery In this secllon. Th :tho G N'R will continue to run Olso to I'ont St. Maid, west ot Cpucy- A Jlv to Sweet 'Grass 'be statement cbaieau. Ills VlEht wine continues ffihU Grass Advo-L work oa.t.ard. behig to rthern offtciaU 's S celpls tor the past year at this tlon decided to keep the -trains run- br, Kitnin reach of the mam Crec> o nlng from Great Kails dally r highway Jroin Solssons to "anny, en nlng from rea gway ri toloro Other thnn changing .the t. them to threalen with enclrcle- (From Our Own How Island, Aug. Mr. and Sirs 51. Dropuy were weekend guests I Durdett, Miss Jenn Prowse IB spending tn week with Mlas Mabel Tliorpo, ol E ztkom. Mr. Jack Cook left on Sunday to As a result ot the big eleclrlca storm which passed over the Mai district on Tuesday night, the bar owned by Mr. Jas. N. Gibson was com ptetely destroyed by fire. No slock w In the barn when struck, consequenl Ihe possible loss was diminished. Hay, harness and some machinery in Ihe barn was burned. Insurance for ?SOO was carried. LET THEM PLAY THE WORLD'S SERIES Washington, Aug. was learned officially today lhat Secretary Hake- will wend to General Crowdcr delay in enforcement ot ihe "work or flght" regulation. 50 far as they affect; baseball players who will uar'llcipate in ihe world's series to September 15. in order lhat these games may be played. PINCH URCREKK (rtom The At tie farm ot J. Ma'rr. In the nobt. Kcrr district, can be seen a three-year-old heifer wllh a remark- able record. This belter has PAGE SEVEN engaged as engineer at the power house, a position he Oiled .very et-1 nctenll) a tew years- ago. and will commence hla duties oa September i.( Tho binders are busy all over Ihe rlct this week. The showers hava H1I3 birth her j delajed them _sonie but a lot of work voilng life, has raised two herself been accompllrtied and tho last one is vail ted. The becoming dotted with slook.. hcltcr la giving milk and butter to help feed the world Mr. and Urs. A. and tatiiilj-. accompaidctl by -Mrs. Kemp, J. W. Held is spending a lew int... nient the strong German (orcc occup) u'schedulo mlnulos, the wBTU the tri-wcckly run, hut these have not been recognized and that branch Is now only receiving a threfrday ser- vice." ALUM on his ISO-acre bumper crop! ICersleln is a week end guest ii Medicine Hat. J. Morrison and Mrs. 11. Doda. and uuiigtUer were guests of Mrs. .0. Bruce on Tuesday. When the people of Raymond hoard lliat the 'business of U'lhbridge lad visited N'ohletoril and ilouarch Ilia olher day to see ihe crops, they decided wanted those same busi- ness men to see sonic "real" crops, '0 an Invitation vis issued to visit Ilayinond and the district south oi that town nelt Wcdni-iday. The in- vitation was promptly accepted by tho board ot trade and arrangements are now under way for iho ride. The district soutli of Itaymond Is producing some ol the finest crops Wuh the French Armies In France. Aug. evidence has heen gathered Ibat Ihe victories ot the al- lies have affected considerably morote of the German troops The cause ol tho depression, v.'hich s quite general amonE the prisoners is tho conclusion lhat they- have reached oiler comparisons, lhat ihe allies ar- llllery lacl'ics are tar superior to theirs They atlrlbuto Ihelr defeat to tho success ol Ihe French In encir- cling their strongest positions and In well directed concentraled aril- lery fire. Thus they have been unable to hold even their best sheltered posi Alter the surprise caused by Ihe allies' successful resistance in the arrived In towii on Thursday hist, district eic n'Moiwl Mr.'and Mrs. A. P. S. Tatum, of- dnioiiton .and Mr. and Mrs. W M. vorbett. ot Kort Saskatchewan, I mo- lored itowu tor a week's fishing In the, iu v.. -----.--7 Mr. and Mrs. Talum spent and have taken up their residence on1 Monday renewing old acquaintances Bridge street. Mr. Broadwell has teen in town. Bruce on Tuesday. {producing some ui un- Mrs Davis, ot Wlnnlfred was a vis- m llie country this year. It was stated liar here on Friday. Iby some formers that ilicy hive grown Mr and Mrs. Ixiuls Hurlbut, ot Car- Uothing finer since IS 15. and 2a-bu- shel crops will ,ho no curiosily there. The Auto aKreeil to fur- mangay, afo visitors here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lamoureau are week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Babko. c anj more definite Infor- middle of July, Hie' conslernation at the successful counter attacks and the depression caused by Hie retreats, dissensions, teem to have arisen be- tween different elements ot the Ger- man-army. These have resulted in bitter recriminations, information concerning which lias been collected. Tile hulk of the Juvigiiy Plateau is n tho hands ot the tVencli. who are again on the edge of the battlefield ot 1917. To the norlh lies lho Ailelle Valley. Klght miles eastward Is rum Mill and Ihe beginning of the] Chemia des Uamcs. French cav patrols crossed the Aiteilc today though tho Germans fought desperate-} ly lo-kecp them on the west side, of j tho' river and tho canal. end Mrs. Whitney ot Gananonue. I Miss Calilcr was the week Paris >us 24.-The French troops I Mr. M. P. Johnston; United Slates of the southern part of the battle line agenl at Calgary, apparently are taking a brief breath- given for publication the following lev t lhe part ter of explanation iLe week in Medicine Hat 1 from the consulate at Calgary on _, new law regarding registration of..Un- ilal Slates citizens .who have become twenty-one years ot age since June o, 11913: i The American Consulate has receiv- ed official Information to the effect lliat August 24, 1918; has been desig- nated by President Wilton as the dale ,.__ i__ eftr. Mrs. Albert Whitney Is entertaining I ajttna as to the time and cost of tho (rip will be given early in Ihe week. Hdward Charles Hayes of ville, was drowned. ECZEMA Mrs. S. Y. Htirst and children are expected home from Devil's Lake, N. Dakota. Ibis week end. Stone'returned on Friday frcfii Banff. Many friends in this district will sincerely regret to learn ot the Illness it Mr. Jne Scolt and will join with in wishes for a speed recovery. Mr. I VJ jcoiuv.-i. _ i Jig j .w. i-------- This letter tells where doctor com-1 for the-registration for military sw- brolher. George, .who is a pat- failed hut Swaizema cured.. I vice of men who have become twentv j tilelelv tailed out Swaizema. cureu.. vico ui tSed with u very irritable one years of ago since J me E 1918 rasa Hhich broke out on several juris it is tho duty of rnv bodv I consulted and took Amorlcan citizens who haie alia ned ?reatmenVirom a doctor, but on the twenty first birthday since June frS becoming worse I tried botj 5, 1D1S, or shall_have attained It_onMOrl lent In the .Mcdlcino Hat hospital Is progressing satisfactorily anil hopes eilertaincd tor his early return and Mrs. F. Werts returned', on I LEMON JUICE j TAKES OFF TAN Girls' Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the julco of two lemons Into bottle containing three ounces ol Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complex Ion beaulifler, verj small cost. grocer the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup nlr three ounces ot Orchard White tor t few cents Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion Into tbo face, and hands each day how freckles sunoum, wlndburn and tan disappear'and how and i i'eiauua ucaniua 1 come to the Consular Agency at Leth bridge Those who can not report In nerton maj write to the consulate and ask tor registration cards, which will be sent to them with liiMrucllon- as to filling then) out. uhlto the skin becomes .harmless. Yes! It le ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Office, 270 tfaln St, 23rd) In which thej have tba option L, becn slates for the ot registering for tlie military scr feturned to their residence vice ol the United States or return Fjj.El Avenue on Thursday, ling to the United and that WJIS 0{ lne United Church after the eiplratlon of that period IbW wln be enlertained during Its regular will tiecome subject to tho Military meEling nest Thursday after- Sorvlce Act1 of Canada and maj hel lho ]lonle o[ Mrsr-F. drafled In tho same manner as if they Pirst were British subjects Mr. and Mrs. Ancion were Persons desiring to register should Westlnnd on Sunday. Simpson is homo from Camp on leave.' Mrs. Dewman of Calgary, Is spbni- ing rv few'days'here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J_. K. Millar left .on Friday for Three Hilts where they have recenlly purchased a farm: Mr. and Mrs. H. Murrny'were week end visitors In lhe P.'ospy district. Miss Belle Thompson, ot Calgary, was the giieat of SIra. R. S. Beatlle over lhe week end, and left with Mrs. Bealtle on Tuesday for .Waterlon .akes where they-..contemplate .re- maining during lho neit three w_ccka A very enjoyable dance, was given ii Scwell's barn on Friday evening The, funds of tho lied Cross Society ,ero considerably increased through .ho evening's receipts. Mrs. Littlo and daughters, who have been vis'iting in Lctbbrldgo for 'the past couple of weeks, returned home on Friday. Mr. Harry Kline left on Friday tor Calgary. Ueleclne Pat Bgan of llie A PP. returned last nlnht from Helena where he lo bring back "Dutch" Seldel, Btampede wanted here oil a, charge of the Uieft o D King's car. Detectlxe Bgan Company's Winnipeg. Few Drops oh a Corn or Callus IntHntly ttepf lift right wHh This Hny hotlle holds tn wonder of wonders. It con (nlns an almost niagica .drug called freezono. It- 'a compound made from c-lher. Apply a few drops. Ibis freezone upon ten: cr, aching com'or a hnvi encri callus. Instantly tho soreness and shbrtly you wljl find 'h" corn'or callus ea shriveled anil loose tliatyon Just lilt if off with tha fingers. It doesn't hurt one particle. You no or ness when applying freei- ono or afterwards It does' n't even Irrllalo tho skin. -Just ask In any drug store for a small bottle, o! frCMone., This cosi but a few "cents but positively rid yotfr suffcrlns of U Aing M iat Seidel TVM being held there on a harge ot smusgllni a motor ear Into United Slates, but the slate off I ers waived their charge in order to llow tho Canadian authorities to ring Seldel SeliM waived ex radltlon. r CARMANGM (from the Sun) Harvesting nan been in full swing Ills week. We have bad three good rains this week farmers are starting to do some There Ii no doubt that the rain will produce a lot ot valuable fall pasture and will also increase the potato and Mr. H D R. Stewart of the Post Office Inspector's department, in town this week In business..In connec tlon with the delivery of mall on mm route No 1, Carmangay. Vr Flcsher wlio hai been delivering lho mail ove the null, and Mr. Roy Jxiw nas up Ibe work m the meantime FIRST VETERANS' DAY Camp Lewis. Wash., Aug. From an early hour todny the high way between Taeofna and Camp Lewis wai'crowdtd with private, automoblltt and paiMnger buaMt carrying visitors to the first bratlon of Day here. Large delegation! came fram many Mitt prominent of the htri today WM Brig- adier.Central 0. F. Trotter Brltlih army, ____s Plight Lteul. John Meek, ot Soul killed Two Minutes to Clean The burnislicd steel-like surf ace of the top of the Kootenay Range needs 110 :polislung. The rliistine ofi or wiping with the stove cloth which always .follows the dishwashing, done in a minute, mil keep the Kootoiay.Rangc bright-and sliiny all the time, mat isitlie only will ever need. No dirty cooling of tlie range br.ckbreaking soiling of.the hands. And ViiE.Kqotetiay nickel-plated oven is just as easy to ciean" as the outside of the. range. On its smooth, brigh't surf aces unbroken by nycts or sanitarj- as the inside of your bake there is no hiding place for.dirt or grease. Just wipe it down occasionally, witli a cloth, less tlian a niinute, and it will be always sweet and clean. "Service in the Booklet Free This is'otily one of many features of the Range dwribcd in a beautiful little booklet, "Sm-iccm tlie Kitchen which wiU lie mailed free on rcmttst. It tdls all a woman vranU (V abojt a range before she buys U.- London Toronto St.John.N.D. Hamlltotl Vancouver Saskaiopn What a Pretty Girl, But what Bad Teeth! ARE you spoiling your other- wise "good looks" by' the the state of your teelh. Just think for a moment. You are neat, lidy and particular about your person but you think noth- ing about the appearance o! vour And If your teeth ore badly decayed your brealh. Is almost sure to be offensive may not it. hut those- with whom you come in contact with do. Why then do you ne- glect your teelh? You don't have to summon up youi courage 'o come to our offices. DenKsiry As We It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Brunei-, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott BIk., 4 Doors rrom Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-USA EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. THIS SIGN On a Gas Stove is a Guarantee of Efficiency, Satisfac- tion and Economy. Pat TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. Ulhbridge, Alberta. 310 Fifth Street South. COME AND SEE SAMPLES IN OUR STORE TAYLOR HARDWARE CO OURNEY OXFORD AGENTS LETHBRIDOE World BARO umuii uv luw We understand Jlr. Stewart re celved three linden for route rhlln fn The eoilor of The Son received a totter from Tom Qoodsfr tilts week 111 which ho ihMho has trans- ferred to the Corps llkei It fine. Tom it training at. Sea ford, England. There, ii good flow of water In tlio IJUfoi Bow rlVer novj-, but the dam will not b6 closed up unfit tho water reaches tho .east end of river whore U b newled, r torn tetwecn calluici on hot Womenl a dry liotllo on tho ' and never 'let a com acho nurd corn, soft cor a lne toes, or the lorn of feet. Washington, 24-Tho trWtra- tlon between Japan and tho United Slales was for nnolher term of five rMi today by" ilgnalures ot Secretary of SlAtov I-analng end Viscount Ishli, Ihe EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE ,..1.._..__. i ___.i. 111 uMTU JAR uffAJI m OUR BIO FURNITURE AUTO VArJ CAREFUL HA_NOHNO WITH OR 8CRATCHINO VOUR PlAHO OR FURNITUrte. REASOSAILE. THE McLEAN TRANSFER JARRINO Labor Day Monday, Sept 2 Nobleford vs. Bartu at 10 a'dock, a.m. Carmangay vs. Gra Wiming Teams to Play Off at 1.3ft o'clock in the at UO ATHLETIC SPORTS e One arid i Half Mile Relay Race, i Three Big Concerts MILITARY BAND. MUSIC FR6M A M.-S.30 rM. ;