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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FBBMJA1VY 23, 191* THE LETHBRIIM.i: DAILY IIKRALD PAGE NTN15 . Rumanians Will Fight to The End,, is the Message Ottawa, Feb. 23.~That Rumania, as well as Serbia, Belgium and Poland, has suffered under the ruthless Hun method of waging warfare, that her people have been starved, frozen and persecuted as the Germans know how to persecute the smallen nations, but that thin little country, with an army of 400,000 trained soldiers led by British and French officers, stands firm on the side of the allies, w*as " the me&sage which Lieut. I. C. loanidd, attache at the Rumanian legation in Washington, brought to the Canadian Club here today. Within tWo weeks, he said, the  armistice between the Austro-Ger-mans and Rumanians would expire and then this littte country, almost surrounded by enemies, would again have to start on its uneven battle against terrific odds. Only on one aide was she supposed to have a friend, but Oiks supposed friend, Russia, had betrayed her. The population of Rumania, he said; was about-eight million. This did not by any means comprise the number of Rumanians in Kurope which was about forty million, but the majority of them �were under Austrian rule. The Rumanian king was a nephew to the t t t Ladies! Keep on The Dresser I  i i I t Few drops on corn or callus stops pain, then they lift off. t 1 t ' Your high heels have put corns on your toes and calluses on your feet, but why care now? This tiny bottle holds an almost magic fluid. A genius in Cineinnatin discovered this other compound and named it freezono. Small bottles of freezono can be had at any drug wtore for a few cents. Never limp or twist your face. In pain again, but get a bottle of free zone and apply n few drops on your tender, aching corn or callus, instantly the soreness disappears and .shortly you will find the corn or callus so shriveled and loose thai you lift it off with fingers. Jnsf think! You got rid of.a hard corn, soft corn or a corn between the toes, as welt as hardened calluses, witliotit suffering one panicle, witliout the slightest irritation of the surrounding skin, .lust a touch of freezone on a sore corn gives instant relief. -Advertisement. Kaiser, but the next in line was a British princess, the daughter of the Duke of Edinburgh. Before tho war Rumania had depended on Germ an v for money which was loaned to her on condition that she bought her arum and ammunition from the Germans. The Campaign Tileut. Tonanfdfu tnen wont on to sp^ak of the Rumanian campaign, the first three months of "which worn fairly successful. Rumania had declared war after receiving an ultimatum from Russia. The Russians had stated that within one day after tho declaration they would liavo a million men in Rumania to holp them against the Austrians. At no time tho speaker, had there been more than Hi).000 itusRlans fighting for Rumanian and these had to be equipped by tho- Rumanians. After three months the tide had turned and tho retreat began. Two parts of Rumanian were now in the hands of the enemy, but ho was glad to say that even in the hurry of retreat, the oil wells which have been much prized by the enemy, had been destroyed. Tho Russians were of absolutely no help. Instead of coming to the aid of the Rumanians they had tyiomshelves retreated, leaving their allies to suffer under tho German mailed fist. . Their Sufferings Tlie speaker ttyen referred to the. sufferings of his countrymen under the [ Gorman military authorities. Poisoned chocolates were- sent to them through German agencies and oiu- of tho little princes had died through eating one of (hem. Germans, inoculated with typhus were sent out to be taken prisoners by the Rumanians in order to spread the disease among their camps. The food and fuel question were of the utmost gravity in Rumania at present.. The climate was almost as severe as that of Canada and the sufferings through lack of fuel had been very great. There had not, been even wood with which to make coffins. Ho referred to the fuel that there were in Canada 150,000 Rumanians. OWES HER LIFE 10 " FRUIT-A-TIVES" Th� Wonderful Medicine, Made From Fruit Juices and Valuable Tonic*. Organized Under German Aus pices-Hun Chancellor Overwhelmed With Letters MADAME ROSlrVA FOIS1Z m *29 St.Kose St., Montreal. "Iain writing you to tell you that T owe my life to 'Fruit-a-iives'. This medicine relieved me when I had' given up hope of over being1 well. T was a terrible sufferer from Dysprpvm-had sufVercd for years; and nothing! took did roe any good. I read about 'Fruil-it-tivcs7; and tried them. After faking a Jew boxes > / avt now entirely 'veil. You have iny permission to publish this letter, as 1 hope it will persuade other sufl'erer.s from Dyspepsia to take 'Fruit-a-tivcs' and get well". Madamb KOSIXA KOISIZ. "Fruit-a-tivps" is tho only medicine in the world made from fruit. 50c. a box,Gfor$2.00. trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Ottawa. Feb. The consul gen* era! of Belgium ;it oitawa has received a cable from I/hitvce, the seat of (lie Belgian gov * > * > *> < WOMEN FOR JURIES v Winnipeg, Feb. 2?,.-~ The Manitoba jury act will bo amended at this or the next session of the. legislature' so as to permit women to sit on juries. ? ? London, Feb. 23.-The Turkish forces dislodged by the British by the capture of Jericho. Palestine, have retired to the north and east, the war office announces. The statement follows : "The enemy dislodged from the Jericho sector retired north of the AujL on the northern bank where they have left posts on high ground and eastward across the Jordan, on which they hold a bridgehead at El Ghoraniye. Otherwise lliera is nothing to report.'* London, Feb. 2?,. ~.\t a luncheon today in connection with the conference, Arthur Henderson former member of tho war council and James Ramsay I MacDonald, Labor member of the house of common?, urged the holding of a conference will-, German Socialists. Mr. Mac Drum Id said the only (way to prevail upon Germany to abandon militarism was to confer with the German proletariat. Mr. Hendersen said the inter-allied conference bad determined not to accept a German peace under any conditions, it bad been decided to ^employ conciliatory methods in bringing about peace, but there was no intention of holding out the olive branch so long as Germany wm clutching the sword with both hands*.'' H5- . - t ? Our New Models Will Begin to Arrive Early in March Fuel Shortage and delayed transportation together with the manufacture of munitions have held up production. ^ But we are guaranteed full deliveries in April and. May which will be plenty of time for the season s wor k. REMEMBER! According to official figures you get 20% more material in a Studebaker car at the price for which it sells, than you do in any other make of car figuring on the same basis. ?| You get actual service when, you buy a Studebaker, We not only have the best equipped garages in the province, but also $100,000.00 worth of parts for your protection in our own branch at Calgary. r , You don't have to exchange a Studebaker every six months for a new one. Studebakers run just as well after three or four years service as when you bought them and look just as well. ? PRICES OF OUR NEW MODELS Five-passenger Four, 35-40 h.p............... t i * * 9 $1,340.00 Five-passenger Light Six, 45-50 h.p.................... ..........$1,795.00 Seven-passenger Big Six, 60-65 h.p.................................$2,395.00 F.O.B. Lethbridge f V V, s. 9 y, / e �'A y. Y,