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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FKIDAY, .Il'NK 7. illii LETHBniDGI-: DAJIA' IKHALD PACE SEVEN . - Sensible Men and Women . do not keep surplus money in their homes or carry it around in their pockets. They put it in the Savings Bank so that it may earn more money for them. Decide, now, to let us help you to save, interest paid every six months. Pnid-up Cipitnl | S.SOO.OOO Ketcrvc Fund - 12,00:),000 RcsourCM - - 130,000,000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA ^V. D. KI.VG -Manager I.ethbridjc Ilronch Hundreds of Enquiries Are Reaching the Fair Manager The prb.i! 'list of Urn Si)iilliorn Al-borlii AmnlgiirnatDd VaW and Stum-]H'.tU'., to b(! hold 111 I,utlilirl(lKs In tills section amount In over $fiOO. I'lants and cut flowers are also provided for with a prize list am-oiiiitiiig lo over $150. Dairy iiroducls. iucliidliig butter, cheese, eggs and dressed poultry have approxiniiilely $^"0 iillotte.l In iiiizoK, while domestic maniil'aciures will also lie well repreaeiiied. Red Crosj Work A iie))ai lineni for UimI Cross worii lakes tile place of the usual women's work deparlnieiil, It. being the desire of llie nianago-nient lo encoiiriige as iiiiicii as possible the work of the Red Cioas soclely. A well biilanced classiflialion for arlH and crafls has also been provided. The girls' and boys' dopartuienl |p creftling cbn'siderable comment. Classes are iirovlded for foals, calves, pigs and poultry. In all these com-petltioiiH the animals must have been cared for by the exhibitor since May 1.5lli. and iiiual be shown in llie ring by th(^ exhibitor. There is also a sheep shearing ('oiliest for girls and boys, for wbicli entries close .liine a.'illi. I'rizes anionnting lo $2ri are offered for a disiilay of garden vegetables by n i)oy or girl and also for display of wild flowers. Needlework and knitiing. pholo-graphs and school worl; are also included in the prizes of ibis department, altogether luaking a piize llsi of over $800 open tor compel ition for girls and boys, A copy Of Ihe prize list will be mailed on application to Iho manager, W. .McC. .Moore, Letlibridge, or I'hone H2t:. KAI8ERGAV TOIAKEiM ENEMYPPJSONERS Gnniligon, Switz'-i i:u,d. .Iiiu" iV-Dr. .Mueblon In IiIh re, .�iions conccni-liiR liie comnienccni.;i! (,r ibe war gave details of hi- . oiu'crciice willi llr. Ileiffericb iniiu'-ii.iicly preceiling Iho w!ir in whidi !:' ir; oiiili lold llw Kniperor'B plana Ausirin innl lllisfiia to .Muohldi: MIlKiugh .Miicli-Inn has been flerceiv uiiiiclied by llie (Jermaii (Jovernmeiii and the Heicli-stag, his present v. i-.ion is siibstaii-llully iinelianged. il^ iiiidics ilie following addition c"ii' ; nine llie Kni-poror'6 agrnomeiit v.]-h Austria on the Serbian nltiiiiiii : "I got the iiiiiHI'liil Ihe choice words hail no; Ik-cm .-igrei'd upon which WHS ;i �laiii;cr()iis oiiiis- slon by the (Jen,, u, diploi.,;.cy in j :^,,l' ,old his" "otfic-i^ he hoped mem. lie said he was unable lo say liosltlvcly Hliiioiigli he had beard 'rom ; pcliabi" sources that it was I'leld', .Nfaislial Conrad Von Iloelzcndorff! fornicr chief of the Au.'-;trian general | slaff, I The foriiier Knipp direclor rcdales an Incident following the oulbreak of tile war when Ihe Kmperor reiiuireil al! Ihe (iefmuii leaders to Ix^coine In- : voliiMlarily supporters of lii� war |i(d-i Icy. AsReiiiblitig Iheili as gucsis, llie; l-;ii)pi,'ri)r (:X'dalmed suddenly: ,".\i)W. genlleineii. advance and. I when we grasp baiuls promise me you ; will slanil by iil" to Ibe lasi hrpatli." Coniiiieiilliig on llil.-:. Dr. .Miieliloii .-! a y�: i "The gi)f'sls could hardly do oilier-1 wise when lima bidilen by Ibeir \m-\ poilul lio.-;l in ills own castle lo shake " liiinds with him and Ihus a vow w.-is extolled which would be of value only if given freely." '. I ir .Mueblon declares that Ibe order: IskikmI liy the Crown Prince of Hav-i aria lo ihn ti'oop� in Belgium amounl-i ed In a command lo give no lstriel-Pine Creek, Rev. J, A. Sollar. 1 Vernilllou iJIstrlct-Innliifree, Rev. Percy Halstead. The ministers will enter on their new flelda June ;!0 next. A LETTER TO THE MAYOR. Mr. .Mayor,-Your itatements re-gardiiig the condition of tho city are not corroborated by actualities, and your maaterfiil camouflaginB obseiiros tho real atate of aftaira as an oatrieh with buried head ia hidden from the pursuer. Tho department at which tho present crltlclam is advanced and of which you are the h^ad, has now reached a'high state of efficiency, reminding mo of the old ' talking machine of early days oompared with the latest ftclilovoment Hiat even the dog realizes "Hla Muster'H Voice." Or of that' marvelpua combination of wires, wheels and aprlnga, bujlt up in the form of a man-dreasod in uniform, made to apeak two wordti, yes and no, and all that wasi needed waa oIIIdk, winding, and setting tlie gyroscope, Thern's an ol'd book.I.have that gives a key to the Ihlug. II says; Byes have they that aoe aM. Ktlfl, that hour not, Btc, nelthtr (!o tlie.v und^irstftnd. What could Invoatora uuU maiiut'ac- TOP MOVEMENTS OF ENEMY HEAVY with the Amcricnu Army iU France. Juno i!.-^l AsHOciated Proas.);-Extraordinarily heavy railway train movements from the northeaat (o the woat ward In Ibe rear of tlio enemy lines northwest of Tonl were reported this niornlng by the American patrols. Aerial ohservor.'i nuid^'r ainiilar re-poi'tl itying thai at lino time, the (ItrtB from the fuuuola of the louo-motives of several trains were visible, simultaneously. The tralna, apparently headed In the direction of St. .Ml-liifll, panHBd during tl>u better part of the night. Blue=|ay For Corns Stops Pain Instantly Ends Corns Completely 2Sc Paijkogea at Drugeists How. Blue-jay Act* A Ib u thill, >oft pud wlijrh Ktops t)if piiiii by relieving the preasure. B- l.s thp Uitn wax-, u'lili:h Rentlv underiiilne.s iho CDrii, Uaunlly It iakE'> only hours to end the i-oin conipleU'ly. r Ik rubber r.JheBivp whirh sticks wlthmit wettliiK- It wrapp iiruuiul (he toe. ami inokcH Iho iila-ster BnuK and ,'ComturLable. Blue-jny !.'� iippltod In a .Htty. After tli.it, ono dot\in*t feel the com. The action la ff�ntlo. iinii iipplled (o the corn tilone. Pii the corn dla-appear.i wlthttiit soreness. This magic spot ends corns PLACE it on your throbbing corn tonight. It takes but a second. Relief will come instantly, because the felt ring relieves ^11 pressure. The medicated spot of wax soothes while it works. You will wonder why you waited so long. Tomorrow your corn will not hurt as it has today. And within 48 hours the cofn will come out easily, painlessly. Blue-jay is the gentle, certain way, discovered by a great chemist. Blue-jay Plasterb are made by Bauer & Black, famed for surgical dressings. Paring Is Extremely  Dangerous and only a makeshift. Infection is possible. Harsh and mussy liquids are disagreeable. Blue-jay ia irresistible to the average corn. Once in a while an old and stubborn corn requires a second treatment. Tonight prove these truths yourself. It costs so little. Then you will never let a corn hurt again. At All DruggitU- 2Sc a Package BAUER & BLACK, LimHed Makers af Surgical Orettihgt Chicago Toronto New Ycrk For -Sxxmmcr "WcatT? ' TIRE REPAIR STATION "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We have opened a new and up-to-date Tire Repaiir Station equipped with the latest nnachinery and arc now in a position to do all kinds of Tire Repairs. We would appreciate your patronage. All work guaranteed. - � � ^ We make a specialty bf Retreading and Relining. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKINNON, PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Coal Miners Wanted Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge Unreserved 1 Auction Sale OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM FARMING, I WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROTZMAN RANCH, ON SEC. 3-12-22, SIX MILES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF BARONS, ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY HORSES: 1 Son-el Gelding, wt. 1300 lbs.; J. Black Gelding, wt, 1800 lbs.; 1 Bay Gelding, .wt. 1700 lbs.; 1 Grey Gelding, wt. 1500 lbs.  1 Soirel Geldlug, wt. IHOO lbs.; 1 Bay Maie, wt. 1700 lbs. colt at side; 1 Black Mare, wt. 1500 lbs., colt at side; 1 Son-el Mare, wt. HOC lbs. colt at side; 2 Brown Mares, wt. 1500 lbs., colts at side; 1 Hay Mare, wt. 1300 lbs., colt at aide; 1 Bay Mare 1350 lbs.; 2 Bay OelUings, wt. 1300 lbs,; 1 Brown Gelding, wt, Vm\ lbs,; 1 Sorrel Kllly Yearling - 2 Saddle Ponies ;1 Sorrel Mare, wt. 1400 Iba.; 1 Bay Maro, wt. 1200'lbs.; 1 Bay Gelding wt. 1500 lbs.; 1 White Golding, wt. H."iO lbs,; 1 Bay Mare, wt. 1500 lbs.; 1 Grey Gelding, wt. 1700 lbs. CATTLE: IMilk Cow, Iresli; 1 Milk Cow, fresh ,Iiily lat; 2 3.year-i)ld llelters, caU at side; 1 3-year-old steer; 1 2-year-old Heifer; 1 Calf. MACHINERY: 10 Sets Work Harness, new; 2 Mftssey-HarrU nindors. new; 1 Frost & Wood Binder, new; l'McCormIck Mower, r.-foot; 2 il% Wagons, 130 bushel. taijk,s, now; 1 .3V4 Stiidobaker Wagon and box; 1 Heavy Studobakpr Wood ^\^leel Farm Truck; 1 Wagon, iron wheels, Bcttendorf make; 1 P. O. Gang Plow, 14 in. .stubble bottoms; 1 .Tolm Deere Gang Plow, 12 in. breaker bottoms; 1 4Gang Emerson Disc Plow; 1 3-Gung Kmerson Disc Plow; 1 Walking I'low, 14 inch; 1 4-Sectlon Lever Harrow and Cart; 1 8-Section Harrow aiid ,Cayl; 3 McCormIck Disc Harrows, .outtbrpw; 2 Blasel Disc Harrows, Inthuow ; 1 24 Doublcdiac Van Brunt Seed6r, new; 1 22 Double-disc Van Briiut Seeder, new; 2 11-foot 34-tooth Pelkner Weeder antt Cultivator; 1 Fonlson 'Plowing ISiiglns, never uaed; 1 Land Packer; 1 Bundle Hiick; 1 TrOy Kng'lne Steering Device; 1 Chatham Panning Mill; 1 Of a In PIckler; 1 Stover Veed Grinder; Blacksmith Outfit; 1 Stock Saddle; 1000 Bushels Oats; 1 Cooking Range, C-hole; 1 Coll Spring and Mattress;.! Chiirh. SALE STARTS AT 10 A.M- 'SHARP TERMS OF SALE: ^20,00 and under, cash; balance lit Novembtr, 1918, with bankable nptei with 8 per cent. Interest. Five per.cent. off for cash on credit, amount*. . ... B. PROTZMAN. Prop. JAS. BLACKWOOD, Clerk ;lEN NIcIhOL'SON, Auctioneer,'Phone 1053, Lethbridge 74 68 63 ;