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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' SATUnOAY. JUNE 8, 1018 rill^ JLliltlBIUUGli DAILY iJl-JALU FA(iK THIIVrKf Company, of Branttord, was struck and run over by an automobile at Loudon, Ont. Rep. Anthony, of Kanias, added his voice in Congresfl to the declaration of the existence of graft In the tf.S. aircraft production policy. / TJ. S. R; K. Director McAdoo plana to put all railroad crevfs in khaki on �Tuly 10, for the dual purpose of aav-In^ blue cloth and aavltig moneyj Sttnila reports ,Tohn . R. Withers, 35. third officer ^oil 'the; Hteauier Nuj'onle, dropped dead of heart trouble whil^ at hiB dut|�H)oa the boat, Ernest 12. Nettleton, timekeeper In ti Stratford factory, dropped dead as he was giving lime clieclw out to employees going to work. Her HiKhnoss tho Begum of Jan-jlni, the ruler of a priuclpalily sixty miles tioutliwest uC Bombay, la u guost at the Hotel Vancouver with her suite. Her principality extends over a territory ot 300 miles square, and the secretary of tho party says Her Highness Is touring Canada and tho United States for her health. One hundred- and"~flvc cases, including four murder and four attempted murder cliargcs. have boon presented to the grand jury at Montreal. President Wilson is likely to accede to the request ot the Governor ot Minnesota, Nebraska and Iowa that their 5,000 guardsmen go overseas as a unit. The Wisconsin State Board of Control purchased' Its* next year's coal supply in bulk," 54,000 tons at a pit-mouth 'at .a price ot from J2.-10 to I2.55. U. S. medical men are asking the President to retain Surg00n-Gencr.1l Gorgas, w^io Is due for retirement under the army age limit next September. Concussion of the brain, due. to a fall two weeks ago on a concrete floor, caused the death of Walter Chater, 68, ex-.Mayor of Walkervllle, and for 45 years with Hiram Walker and Sons. , While walking on the Grand Trunk tracks near Dolson ,1 unction. -Mercil Breault, sixty years ot age, was struck by a train and instantly killed. He was a; cripple, and walked with crutches. MMC. r. CAREAU IBB Papincau Ave, Montreal. "For three years, I sulTcrcd great pain in the lower part of my body, with swelling; or blo.-iting. I .saw a specialist, who carofiilly examined mo and gave me tonics to take, which did not ln-lp me, Then he told me I.musl iindprgo an operation. This, I refii.'-pd to permit. I heard about 'J'yiiil-a-lives' and the wonderful results it was giving because this medicine is made from fruit juices, so dcci.lod to try it. The first box Bavecifiitrelief; and I continued the trc>.Ttment, taking six boxes more. .\ow, my health is excellent - 1 am fife of pain and Swelling-and I give 'Fruit-a-tivos' my warmest thank.s". Mmk. F. GAREAT7. 50o. a box, 6 for -K'.;/), trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent by Fruit-a-tive� Limited, Ottawa, BY HUNS, SOISSONS ARREST GERMANS San Juan, Porto Rico, .Tune S.- Eleven Germans, Including P. Schmon-berg, tho Swedish -coDSur and Hans Kuepfer, representative of a United States commercial agency, were arrested on Presidential warrants last night at the order of Governor Yager. Police have been stationed at the homes ot enemy aliens throughout the Island as a precaution against possibio attacks. QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO ARTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Jilolng, Chemical, Civil, Mccltnntail and Sledrical Engineering. HOME STUDY Arta Course by correspondence. J>csiee with one ycnr'a atleiidence or four auinnver sesslonfi. � S�pimar School - Navifalioa School Mr awi Avfutt Dmam^ar to Aeril 19 CEO. Y. CHOWN. Raiiiairar Paris, 8,--Tlic bishop of Sols- sons, who is now in Paris, today described the. havoc wrought in the bishopric of Soissous during tho recent oftensljs;^.'Pf tlin Germans. Hp said one hundred clturches had been wrecked to-the ground by the Germans and at least imo hundred others had been pillaged and partly demolished. Tho famous rathodral in Sols-sons suffered Hcvcrely. The bishop added that the Cermans knew neither faith nor law; they knew nothing but war and pillage:' '^he, Germans, ho said, were .-strippin!.: and carrying away everything methodically. The bishop also asserted that women, children and old men had been brutally murdered by German aviators, who flew over and fired upon, with their mach ino guns, long lines ot refugees on country roads; NOT Til FOR PEACE OFFENSIVE SAYS HON PAPER Amsterdam, June 9.-The Krcu/.p Zeltung of Berlin, relorrlng Ir an ur-tldo that appeared in its colunnn :ui-i which wis the signal for a ponco of-tonslvc in the German pres."?, .says that the article was written by a collaliora-lor and the newspaper does not nurpc Willi lilm in thinking that Hio time ha.h come for a peace offensive. It is declared that when tlie timr comcrt for announcing war ninia. the form must bo such that no doubt can exist among Germany's enemies ro garding her consciousness of power. Tho Berliner Tageblatt o.tprcs.aes the opinion that tho Krouzo Zeilung has received orders from the Conservative party leaders or nl.sowliere lo drop the announced peace offensive. BRITISH RETALIA London. Juno R.- (Via Reulnrs Ottawa Agency)-Tlin Dail.v Chronicle states that counter measures have been talicn respecting tho Ircatuioiil of German prisoners of war as a result ot cruelties to captured British soldiers. These retaliatory mctlind? ara extremely mild In comparison. For examole, Gorman prisoners arc deprived ot minor comforts and pleasures such as newspapers and hand instruments and are required lo attend parade frequently. Tho Germans cynically have decided to raise the point at tho exchange ot prisoner con-foronce which opens tomorrow at Tlie Hague. MAY BE PWNNIN ANOTHER DRIVE With the French Army in Franco, June 8.-The revival of artillery activity in the sector between Noyoii and Mont Didier is claiinlnB attention today. Whether the Germans intend to deliver another blow here witli Ihetr still powerful reserves cannot be foreseen, but the indications point to such an event. The German gunners In this region are very active in securing ranges on allied positions. This work, however, is carried out Willi difficulty 08 the allied cannon incessantly harass the onemy's battery emplacements and bombard the rear of the enemy lines. Most of the German sliock divisions used in the Marne battlefield have boon withdrawn from that area. Open-Air Exercise and Carter's Little Liver Pills are two sptCMlId flitaiKS For Constipation If you can't get all the exercise you should have, its all the more Important that you have the other tried-and-true remedy for a torpid liver and bowela.which don't act freely and naturally. | Take one pill -every night; moro only when you're sure its necessary. Cenuioe bear* tienature CHALKY, COLORLESS COMPLEXIONS NEED CARTER'S IRON PILLS Poison that Saves NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE YOUR PARIS GREEN SHERWIH-WILUMHS , PARIS GREEN laves the crops-kills the bugs. Quality in PatisGrcen means purity and formity. You won't find them in all Paris Greens-r-bui the name and trade mark of "The Sherwin - Williams Co. means a Paris Green always 'pure - always right in every way. It can be depended upon to do the work quickly'and surely. Absolute certainty ol result makes it the best Paris Green to buy-7-tl>e best to t]se. Sold by FOR THIS SEASON As there is likely to be a shortage later. We have a complete stock of~ SPRAYERS from 90c to $jl 2.00 Geiierieil Hardware, Plumbing and Heating Phone 762 618 Third Ave. S. "Perfect Cojfee- Perfectly) Made is tKe Title of a Booklet / 55 riliicK wo linvc issued to enable tViose vjKo on)oy delicious, fragrant coffee, to nl-uJu^s KaMe it. TKcre arc ttOo esv?r\tials to tlie perfect Clip of coffee -//le tight coffee and tKc right Wa\) lo make it. Thh liooUtt l.'!\U !>otJ to hive bol/l, M.llaJ free if yell vJrittj 194 CHASE & SANBORN . MONTREAL SI�mJ�ri ai\