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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AttfttjSt Tlffi JJAtLY 7 ifth AU PAGE SEVEN 10 BOARD Another strong protest warded to the of ners by the ing t MHtfftf MtfKng leaving ttoBritUh to 16 with the often site to In accord ance with the IToch MMtott striking tint on one and then dn another section of the The dermans on the part of the front along the between Las the apnoaf to be pnfr ting tip stout General Humbert WHI IMA time to rangements for overcoming the Oer man artillery in tfeto The guns ndered all men from crossing the Dlvette men n Alsne tho 6 will continue to run I JJise to Pont west toTweet Grass the statement Le His wing cany to DW gweet wofk object being to blob clear the region north ot Solaso Three Great Northern officials Tne troops here already have la fltaet Grass the last ot the the north of Bagneux and fur week and after looking over the reth r north nBV8 reached the outskirts tor the past year at tiili This advance tlon decided to keep the trains them reach of the main nlng from Great Falls dally as herehtghWBy jrom Solssons to en tofore Other thnn changing the hetn to threaten with encircle fifteen the ment tho 9trong German force occupy uasBenger service on that line 13 the thfl ground Bt Chavlgny and Juv earae as it Is Is u s here that the clue to tho strong protest of the LetuGermanB at charlgny and Juvigny bridge club and the buslu be forced to retire ness Warner and ahandonlng nn the ground west of the SoissonsOhauny high iioaa iiicii wv other places along that Protests were also sent ih from Cardston on the trlweekly but these have not been recognized and that branch is row only receiving a threeday ser A LULL ON THE French troops on the southern part of the battle line apparently are taking a brief breath REGISTER ATM BARN OF BOW ISLAND FARMER j 5 Prom Our Own J Bow and v Prophy were weekend guests in v Mlsa Prowse In spending the week with Miss Mabel of Et Jack Cook left on Sunday for As a result of the big electrlca storm which passed over the Male district on Tuesday the barn owned by Gibson was com pletely destroyed by No Block wa In the barn when consequently the possible loss was harness and some machinery In the barn was Insurance tor was Reid is spending a few days in Hoaglin was a week end guest in Miss Dulmage was a visitor to Foremost on Richard Reid of Pleasant View has commenced harvesting operations on his IfiOacre bumper crop Kersteln is a week end guest In Medicine Morrison and Dodds and daughter were guests of Bruce on of WInntfred was a vis itor here on and Louis of Car are visitors and Lamoureau are week end guests of and Albert Whitney is entertaining Whitney of Miss Calder was tho week end 4 4 LET THtM PLAY THE SERIES was learned officially todny that Secretary Baker will recom mend GMleral Crowdcr delay in enforcement or thn work or fight so far they baseball who Will participate in the worlds series to September in ordeT that them games may be When the people of llaymond heard that the business of Uithbrldge had visited Nobleford and Monarch the other day to sec Die they decided tlrey wanted same busi ness men to see soino real 80 an invitation was issued to visit south of Thn In Raymond and the that town next Wcdn vitation was promptly accepted by the board of trade and are now under way for the The district south of Raymond Is producing some of the finest crops in the country this It was stated by some farmers that they have grown nothing finer since and 25bu shel crops will be no curiosity The Auto Club has agreed to fur nish the cars and more definite infor mation as to the time and cost of the trip will be given early in the week With the French Armies In evidence lias been gathered that the victories of iho al lies have affected considerably tho morale of the German troops The cause of the which s quite general among the Is the conclusion that they have reached after that the allies ar tillery tactics are far superior to theirs They attribute their defeat to the success of tho French In ntylr cllng their strongest positions and n well directed and concentrated artil lery Thus they have bcun unable to hold even their best sheltered posi After the surprise caused by the allies successful resistance in the middle of the consternation at the successful counter attacks and the depression caused by the dissensions seem to have arisen be tween elements of Ger man These havo resulted in bitter information PINCltER CREEK From Thn At the farm of In the Kerr can bo seen n threeyearold heifer with a remark Phis heifer hns Riven birth to three calves In her short young baa raised two herself and ibe last ono is being pail The heifer In giving milk and butter to help food the and Broadwcll and accompanied by arrived in town on Thursday and have taken up their residence on Uridge Broadwoll has been engaged an engineer at power a ponitlOh he filled nnlently a few years will commence his duties on September The binders are busy all over the district this The shower delayed them but ft lot Ot worft has been pllnhert ond the prairie IH Imcomlni dotind with and of Edmonton and va MY of T mo tored down tor n weeks flflhlfig In the nnd Tatum upent Monday renewing old acquaintances In concerning which bus been The bulk of the Plateau in in the hands of the who tru again on edge of the battlefield of To the north lies the Ailette Klghl miles eastward is b faux Mill and the the Ohemiu des trench cavalry patrols crossed the Ailette today al though the Germans fought desperate ly to keep them on the west side o the river and tho E C 2 E MA This letter tells where doctor com pletely failed but Swaizema cured Was troubled with a very irritable rasto which broke out on several part of my I consulted and tool treatment from a but on th trouble becoming worse I tried a bot tlo of andj am glad to te YOU that this annoying itching ras has completely left The effect of this remedy in my case were won Guaranteed and Sold in Lethbridge b The Drg8 LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN i Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned or freckled Squeeze the Juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle Bunburn and tan and complex ion at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply three ounces of Orchard White for a few Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion into the arms and hands each day and see how windburn and tan disappear and how soft and Mr M United States consular agent at ba given for publication the following let ter of explanation received by him from the consulate at Calgary on the new law regarding registration of Un ited States citizens who have become twentyone years of age since June 1918 The American Consulate has receiv ed official Information to the effect that August has been desig nated by President Wilson as the date for the registration for military ser vice of men who have become twenty one years of age since June it is tho duty of male American citizens who have attained their twentyfirst birthday since June 5 or shall have attained It on or before August to register for tho military service act of the United States on August U is the under standing of the consulate that such persons residing In Canada will have a period of thirty counting from August 24th expiring September 23rd in which they have the option of registering for the military ser vice of the United States or return Ing to the United and that after the expiration of that period they will become subject to the Military Service Act of Canada and may be drafted in the same manner as jf they were British Persons desiring to register should come to the Consular Agency at Leth Those who can not report in person may write to the consulate and ask for registration which will be sent to them with Instructions as to filling them Edward Charles Hayes Thames was ALLEGED THIEF white the skin Yes It is ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to M or Companys 270 Main Few Drops on a Corn or Callus Instantly pain and thsy lift right off with This tiny bottle holds the wonder of It con tains an almost magical drug called It in a compound made from Apply a few drops of this freezone upon a tend aching corn or a hard ened Instantly the soreness disappears and shortly you will find the corn or callus so shriveled and loose that you just lift it off with the U doesnt hurt one You feel no pain or sore ness when applying treez one or It does nt even irritate the Just ask in any drug store for a small bottle of This will cost but a few cents but will positively rid suffering leet of ewrr hard soft corn eorn between the or ihe toufti calluses on bot tom of Women Keep a tiny bottle tho a corn ache Detective Pat Egan of the returned last night from Helena where he went to bring back Dutch stampede who is wanted here on a charge of the theft of D Kings Detective Egan states that Bolderwas being held there on a charge of smuggling a motor car into the United but the state offi cers waived their charge in order to allow the Canadian authorities to bring Seidel Seidel waived ex CARMANGAV From the Harvesting has been in full swing this We have had three good rains this week and some farmers are starting to do some more There is no doubt that the rain will produce a lot of valuable fall pasture and will also Increase the potato and root of tho Post Office Inspectors was in town this week In business in connec tion with the delivery of mail on rural route who has been delivering the mail ovei the and Roy Low has taken up the work in the We understand that Stewart ceived three tenders for the route while In guest of her parents at Wllmot returned on Sunday from Parker spent the fore part of the week in Medicine Hwrst and children are expected home from Devils this week Stone returned on Friday from Many friends in this district will sincerely regret to learn of the Illness of Joe Scott and will join with us in wishes for a speed Scotts who Is a pat lent In the Hat hospital Is progressing satisfactorily and hopes are entertained for his early return and Werts returned on Tuesday from a motor trip through the Coutts of Is spend Ing a few days Badgley has completed the er ection ol a new barn on Ms farm southeast of vl and who have been touring the States for the past returned to their residence on First Avenue on The of the United Church will be entertained during Its regular monthly meeting next Thursday after noon at the home of Tay First and Ancion were the guests of Westland on Simpson is home from Sarcee Gamp on Dewman of is spend ing a few days here visiting and Millar left on Friday for Three Hills where they have recently purchased a and Murray were week end visitors in the Prospy Miss Belle of was the guest of Seattle over the week and left with Beattie on Tuesday for Waterton Lakes where they contemplate re maining during the next three A very enjoyable dance was given in Sewells barn on Friday The funds of the Red Cross Society considerably increased through the evenings Little and who have been visiting in Lethbridge for the past couple of returned home on Harry Kline left on Friday for to Clean FIRST VETERANS DAY Camp From an early hour today the high way between Tacoma and Camp Lewie was crowded with private automobiles and passenger busssi carrying visitors to the first cele bration of Veterans Day Large delegations came from many Mist prominent of the veterans herl today was Brig General Trotter of the British Plight John of South The burnished steellike surface of the top of the Kootenay Range needs no polishing The dusting off or wiping with the stove cloth which always follows the and is done in a will keep the Kootenay Range bright and shiny all the Inat is the only polishing it will ever No dirty cooling down of the range back breaking soiling of the And theKootenay nickelplated oven is just as easy to clean as the outside of the On its bright surfaces unbroken by rivets or bolts sanitary as the inside of your bake is no hiding place for dirt or Just wipe it down occasionally with a less than a and it will be always sweet and Service in the Booklet Free This is only one of many features of the Kootenay Range described in a beautiful little Service m the Kitchen will be mailed free on It tells all a woman wants to kuow about a range before she buys London Toronto Hamilton Montreal Calgory Winnipeg Edmonton Vancouver Saskatoon 78 TAYLOR HARDWARE 310 Fifth Street The editor ot The Sun received a letter from Tom Ooodalr this week lu which he states that he has trans ferred to the Engineers Corps and likes it Tom IH training at Sea There is a good flow of water in the Bow river but the dam will not be closed up until the water reaches the oust end of the river where U U badly and never let FIVE arbitra tion between Japan and the United States was extended for another term of five years by the signatures of Secretary of Lansing and Viscount the Japanese umbassu EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE NO JAR OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR THE MCLEAN TRANSFER CAREFUL HANPMNQ WITH NO JARRING CHARGES 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 What a Pretty But what Bad Teeth ARE you spoiling your other wise good looks by the the of your Just think for a YoU ars tidy and particular about your person but you think noth ing about the appearance ot your And if your teeth arc badly decayed your breath is to be offensive may not know but tliosn with whom you come In contact with Why then do you ne glect your teoth You dont have to summon up your courage to conic to our Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL THIS SIGN TOXFORD On a Gas Stove is a Guarantee of Satisfac tion and m Prices from to COME AND SEE SAMPLES IN OUR STORE TAYLOR HARDWARE CO OURNEY pXFORD AGENTS LETHBRIDQE Worlds Series BAR Labor Day 2 Nobleford at 10 Carmangay at oclock Winning Teams to Play Off in the Evening at Purse Two HORSERACES Hi Three Big Concerts Y BANPMUSIC PROW LETHBRIDGE MILITARY ;