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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, ma rm LKTHni\n3GE daily 7n-;iuLD PAGE SEVEN TORY. BOARD Another strong proloBt is bolne tor-�wnrdoi) to Iho C.P.R. and to the Board of Hallway Co;wmls8loiiors by tho peg: plo of Ur--i?ion(l, Llio Horald wnd/r-uliiuda, This will Bupport tho recent pi-oteat ot tbo CardBton people ngftlnBt tho trl-woekly Hervlco on tho CardBton lino. That tho G.N.R. Will coiitlniio to nin dally to Sweet QraRs in tlio statement iHirnlshed by tho Swoet Grasg Advo-oitto, which says: "Throe Great Norlhorn offlclala "woro !n Sweet Grass tho last ot tho v/oolc, and atlor looking ovor the re-caipta for the past year at this station decided to keep tho trains running Irom Groat Kalis dally as here-toloru. Other tUnn changing tho C. P. U. .ochedtilo fifteen Tnlnutos. tho passenger service on that lino Is tho BBino as usual, which, It Is thought, Is due to tho atroBB protest of tho I>eth-bridge Coninmrclal club and tho busi-no8B raen. ut iMIlk'niver, Warner and other places along that lino. Protests Avore also sent Ih from Cnrdston on the trl-weekly run, but these havo not been recognized and that hrnncli la now only receiving a three-day service." Ing spell attor days o( continuous lighting under a bolting suii, leaving tho British to go ahead with tho ofTon-slve movement. This la In accordance with tho Foch systom of striking first on one sector and then on another soctlon ot the line. The Oerraana on tho part ot the front along the Dlvette, between Las-"IS'iy and thn Oiso, appear to bo putting up stout resistance, aanornl Humbert will need time to perfo .;. .t � 4 � LET THEM PLAY THE ? WORLD'S SERIES A LULL ON THE T Paris, Aug. 24.-The French troops on the southern part of tho battle lino apparently are taking a brief breath- CURES ECZEMA This letter tells whore doctor completely failed but Swaizoma cured. Was troubled with a very Irritable rasb which broke out on several parts ot my body. I consulted and took treatraont from it doctor, but on the trouble becoming worse I tried a bottle oC Swalzema, and, I am glad to tell you that this annoying itching rash has completely left mo. Tho effects ot this remedy in my case were wonderful. Guaranteed and Sold'in Lethbridge hy The Kenny fi.,Alli|i Co., Ltd., Drug-gists.-Advertisement. LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleaching lotion if_ skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled ..�..�..�M*��M*..*..*..�..�..�..*..t-�..�..�..� .�..�..�..�-i.� Squeeze the iuico of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint ot the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautitler, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces ot Orchard White foi* a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the laco, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, sunourn, wlndburn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless. ANCHOR.DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agenti or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. Few Drops on a Corn or Callus Inetantly stopa pain and they; lift right off with flngere. This tiny bottle holds the wonder of wonders. It contains an almost moglcal drug called freezone. It is a compound made from other, Apply a few drops of Ihis freezone upon a tender, aching corn or a hardened callus. Instantly the soreness disappears and shortly you will find tho corn or callus so shriveled and loose that you Just Utt It off with tho fingers. It doesn't liurt one particle. You feel no pain or soreness when applying treez-one or afterwards. It doesn't even Irritate tho skin. Juat ask In nn'y drug store for a small bottle of freezone,. This will cost but u few cen^s but r, and never lot u oora .ache |wice,TrAdverliseuieuU REGISTER ATII Mr. M. P. Johnston, United Stales consular agent at Lethbridge, ha') given for publication the following lot-tor of explanation received by him from tho consulate at Calgary on the new law regarding registration ot United States citizens who have become twenty-one years ot age since June 5, 1918: The American Consulate has received ofllclal Information to the effect that August 24, 1918, has been designated by President Wilson as the date tor the registration for military service ot raen who have become twenty-one years ot age since Juno 5, 191S. Consequently, It Is tho duty of male American citizens who have attained their twenty-first birthday since Juno 5, IDIS, or shall have attained It on or before August 24, to register for tho military service act of the United States on August 24. It is tho understanding of the consulate that such persons ro.ildlng In Canada will have a period of thirty days, counting from August 24th (expiring September 23rd) In which they have the option ot registering for the military service ot the United States or returning to tho United States, and that after the expiration ot that period they win become subject to tho Military Service Act of Canada and may be drafted in the same manner as j� they were British subjects. Persons desiring to register should come to the Consular Agency at Lethbridge. Those who can not report In! person may write to the consulate and ask for registration cards, which will be sent to them with instructions as to filling them out. , ALLEGED THIEF Uetoctiye Pat Egan of the A.P.P. returned last night from Helena where he went to bring back "Dutch" Seldel, stampede buUdogger, who ii wanted here on' a charge ot the thelt of W. D. King's car. Detective Egan states that Seldelwas being held there on a charge of smuggling a motor car into the United States, but the state officers waived their charge In order to allow the Canadian authorities to bring Soidel hack. Seldel waived extradition. SeORNEDDOWN (From Our Own Corrnsponilf^iil) Uow island, Aug. 22.-Mr. and Mrs. M. Brophy woro week-end guents In I3urdolt. Miss .loan Prowsn Ih Hpendlng tlic week with Miss Mabel Thorpe, of Kt-zlkom. Mr. Jack Cook left on Sunday for Taber. As a result ot tho big electrical storm which pasHed over the Malct district on Tuesday night, tho burn owned by Mr. Jas. N. Gibson was completely destroyed by Are. No stock was in the barn when struck, consequently tho possible loss was dlralnlshod. Hay, harness and some machinery in the barn was burned. Insurance for HSOO was carried. iMr. J. W. Held is spending a few days In Lethljridge. Mrs. C. Hoaglln was a week end guest in Hurdelt. Miss C. Dulmago was a visilor to Foromoat on Thursday. Ilov. Hlchard Hold ot Pleasant View has coniniencod harvesting operatlona on his ir.O-acre bunipur crop; Mr. ICerstoln is a week ond guest in Alodlcino Hat. Mrs. J. Morri.son and Mrs. H. Uodds and daughter were guests of Mrs. U. Hruco on Tuesday. .Mr.s. Davis, of Winnlfred was a visilor bore on Krlday. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Uurlbut, ot Car-raangay, are visitors liere. Mr. and Mrs, Lamoureau are weekend guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Babkn. Mrs. Albert Whitney is entertaining Mrs. Whitney ot Gananoquo. Miss Calder was tho week end guest oC her parents at Whitla. ^3. H. Wilmot returned on Sunday from Calgary. Mr. J. W. Parker spent the fore part oC the week in Medicine Hat. Mrs. S. y. Hwrs'l and children are expected home from Devil'.^ Lake, N. Dakota, this week end. Mr. R. L. Stone returned on Friday from Banff. Many friends In this district will sincerely regret to learn ot the Illness ot Mr. Joe Scott and will join with u.s in wishes for a speed recovery. Mr. Scolt'.s brother, George, who Is a pat-lent In tho Modlcino Hat hospital Is progressing satisfactorily and hopes are entertained tor his early return home. Mr. and Mrs. F. Worts returned on Tuesday from a motor trip through the Coutts country. Pte. Jacobson, of Calgary, is spending a tow days here. Mr. Badgloy has completed the erection of a now barn on his farm southeast of town. �> Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Shearer, who have been touring the States for the past year, returned to their residence on First Avenue on Thursday. Tho W.M.S. of the United Church will bo entertained during its regular monthly meeting next Thursday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. P. \V. Taylor, First Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Anclon were the guests of Mrs. Westlund on Sunday. Pte. Simpson is home from Sarcee Camp on leave. Mrs. Uewman of Calgary, Is spending a few days' here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Millar left on Friday for Three Hills where they have recently purchased a farm. Mr. and Mrs. H. Murray were week ond visitors In the Prospy district. Miss Belle Thompson, of Calgary, was the guest ot Mrs. R. S. Beattle over the week end, and left 'with Mrs. Beattle on Tuesday tor Waterton Lakes where they contemplate remaining during the next three weeks. A very enjoyable dance was given In Sewell's barn on Friday evening. The funds of the Red Cross Society woro considerably increased through the evening's receipts. . Mrs. Littio and daughters, who have been visiting in Lethbridge for the past couple of weeks, returned home on Friday. Mr. Harry Kline left on Friday for Calgary. Washington, Auk L';'. It was Inarned olllclully ((jiiny liuit Secretary' Unki-r will rdoni-mend to General dowilcr (Inlay in enforcement of th-. "work or fight" regulation::, .��o fyr jih they affect/ h.'iHcli.iii jiiavcr.-i who will par'ticliKiii; in tin; world's series to .Srpii'nilx'r ir.. in order that the;'' gaiui's may be played. MORALE OF HON ERIOUSLY AFFECTE CARMANGA\ (Prom the. Sun). Harvesting has been in full swlnf this week. We have had three good rains this week and ome farmers are starting to do some moro breaking. There is no doubt that the rain will produce a lot ot valuable fall pasture and will also Increase tho pototo and root crops. Mr. H. D. R, Stewart, of tho Post Office Inspector's department, was in town this week in business iu connection with the delivery ot mail on rural route No. 1, Carmangay. Mr. Plesher, who has boon delivering tho mall over the route, quit, and Mr, Roy Low has taken up tho. work in the meantime. We understand that Mr. Stewart received three tenders for the roiite whllo In town. The editor ot Tho Sun received a letter from Tom Ooodslr this ijveek lu which he states that ho has been transferred to the Bngineers' Corps and likes it flne. Tom U training at Sea-ford, England. There is a good flow of water in the Liltl� Row river now. but the dam wilt not bo closed up until tho water roaches tho oast end. ot the river where it to badly needed. ^ tXTENOED riVE YEARS. Washington, Aug. 24,-rTho arbitration between Japan *nd the United States was extended for another term ot five years t^day by the signatures ot Secretary ot State, Lansing and Viscount l!>Ull,,the Jitpaueao ambassador, . . - , ' . FIRST VETERANS' DAY Camp Lewis. Wash., Aug. 24- From an early hour today the high way between Tacoma and Camp Lewis was crowded with private automobiles and passenger bussea carrying visitors to the first celebration of Veterans' Day here. Large delegat^ns came from many cities. Mtst prominent of the veterans herl today was Brigadier, General G. F. Trotter of the British army. Plight Lieut. John Meek, ot South-wold,^ was killed. BUSINESS m WILL VlSil IHE When tho people or Itiiynuiiul hniird lliat tho busIueSM nun iif Lethbridge had visited Nobinrnnl anil .Monarch tho other day to sue iln- ci-ops, tlioy decided thoy wantoil tb.o.fi: Haiiti! busi-nosR men to see f�)i::i- "rc.il" crop.s, so an Invitation v.a.'. l-i-'inMi to visit Raymond and th(^ d- irin .'outh of that town next Wciln.....lay. Thii invitation was promptly i-.i r.-jned by tho board of trade and air,i:'.i.;innont3 aro now nndor way tor iIk riili'. The dl.'jtricl soulli or Uayniond is producing some ol' um- fiiu'.ii crops in the country this yoar. It. was .stated by some farmers that iluy have grown nothing finer since- li'l,'., and -Ja-lm-shel crops will be iiii curiosity tlicre. The Auto Club lias aKrencl lo furnish the cars and nion' ([.'finite information as to the time ami oohi of tho trip will be given early in (he week. With the French .VriMlo.M in Francr!. Aug. 24.-Further evtdonio lia.� hwcn gathered that the victijiii-s ot' tho ul-llu8 have atVcctod coiisidcralily the ino7'iilo of till! (loniiiin trooiis. Tin-cause of tho deprt-aHlon, v.iiicU la quite general amont; thi- ii'rl.Hoiicrs, Im tho conclusion that they liavi- rr-iicUcd after comparisons, that tin- .allips' nr-tlUery tactics are far siipnrlor to theirs. Thoy attrllmto tlicir dofeat lo the success ot tho Kroncli in pni'lr-cling their strongest pohUIoiih and in well directed and coiiconti-aled artillery tiro. Thus thoy have b(!i.'n unable to hold even their bn.sl .sliiiltorcd po.sl-tlona. After the surprlHo cuusoil by the allies' HUCcoKsl'ul rcsislami' in the middle ot July, tins constovnution at tho successful counter attackH and tho dopression cutisoil by thn rptrontH. dlsSBUHlons Kecin lo liavf- arl.-ien he-Iwoon (lifl'eri-nl eliunent!, of ^\w Gorman ariny. 'I'hesi! havu ri-siiiltcd in bitter recriminntioiis. inrormalion concornlng which lias ticoii collected. Till? Iiiilk of tlio .liivigny Platenti in in the hand.s ol' liio I'ronch. who iiro again on thn edge of the batlUiflokl of U>17. 'i'o tlic north Ilea llui Allette Valley. Kiglil miles caslward is l^af-faux Mill and I he lieginiiing ot iho Chemin des Danieti. French cavalry patrols crossed the Allelic today ai though the Gernuins foiighl desperately to keep them on tho west side of tho river and tho cnnal. PINCIIER CREKK (From The Kcho). At the farm of J. Marr, In the Uobt. Kerr iliKlrlct. ran bo seen a three-year-old belter with a remark-ablo record, 'riils iinlfpr has given birtli to (hri'o skIvck in hor short voting life, lias nilsod two lior^nlf and 'tlio lust onj9UpeS CAREFUU HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR 8CRATCHINQ YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE, THE McLEAN TRANSFER 319 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 109? What a Pretty Girl, But what Bad Teeth! AUR you spoiling your other-wisio "good looks" by the Iho atnl(> of your teeth. Just thinlc for a moment. You aro iii-at, tidy and particular about your person but you think nothing about the appearaneo of your tcetb. Ami If your teeth aro badly decayed your breath . is iiliiiost sure to be offensive - you may not Itnow it, but tliosi-with whom you come in contact ivith do. Why then do you np Kloct your teeth? You don't have lo summon up your courage to t:onie to our offloos. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. THIS SIGN On a Gas Stove is a Guarantee of Efficiency, Satisfaction and Economy. Prices from $20 Put a Gurney Oxford Room Heater in Your ^ HaO I COME AND SEE SAMPLES IN OUR STORE ^ Carmangay vs. Granum, at 1.30 o'clock p.m. Winning Teams to Play Off in the Evening at 6.30 Purse $175.00; lit, $76.00; 2nd, $90.00; Two Loavrt, $25.00 Each. ATHLETIC SPORTS 100 Yards Da�h ...........'.......lit Prlie $10; 2nd Prize $5.00 Wheelbarrow Race ...... ........Ist Prize 10; 2nd Pclze 6.00 Boyo' Race, under 12 ..............1st Priie 5; 2nd Prize 2.60 Glrl�' Race, under 1?,...............1st Prize 5; 2nd Prize 2.S0 HORSE RACES ' Half Mile Oaeh................,'..............,, 1st $10; 2nd $6 One artd a Half Mile Relay Race, 3 horses ..,......1st 16; 2nd 10 AUTOMOBILE RACE-5 MILES ' iBt Pri^e $26.00 2nd Prize $16.00 3rd Prize $10.00 Three Big Conceits LETHBRIDGE MILITARY BAND. MUSIC FROM 9.30 A.M.S.30 P.M. BIG DANCE IN THE EVENING-NEED'S ORCHESTRA BARONS' BAS.EB^Lt, CLUB � ^ 56266566 ;