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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sATuiuwY, .irNi: 15, mis niE LETHRIUDGF, ----- lUZUAt.D page i:levrn Wm. Oliver Sets Forth His Position in Election !ro IIh; llalnpiiynrs (.'ilizniis nf llip want In atiilo tlidl I am not sockliiK City or J.otlil)rl(lK any. seeming cause.. Such troubles are due nearly always to the fact that inner tubes, withthe exception of Michelins, do not fit properly when inhaled inside their casings. Look at the, photograph reproduced below. The tube on the right is a Mich-elin, the only tube made circular or ring-shaped to fit the casing perfectly and naturally. The tube on the left is typical of all other makes. Both are inflated to the same pressure Compare the two. MicUelin Tubes are yised by most motorists ai\d. endorsed by practically every lire dealer. They ore" unsurpassed in quality and yet.art reasonable in price. This tube it typical of all makes other than Michelin. Such lubes are simph straight pieces of tubing cemented at the ends. Notice the shape this lube lakes when inflated. � This tube is a Michelin - the only lube made ring-shaped tike the cosing, thus insuring perfect fit, without destructive folds,' wrinkles or thin spots. Both-of: these tubes are inflated to the same ' pressure. Sole Distributors for Alberta Foundry Products Limited, CALGARY ALBEl^TA Lethbridge Agents Bijou liotor Parlors ltd. Olldwn, .Iiiiio It.-'I'll' iBHUod tills wi!Olc kIvi!.-; riKiivt'k rosiirding Cniin'liun ciopi- Tlu) total area sonii m '.iliy;!! for tht! wliolo of CanaiUi inr I'.i'.x is i's-tlmalnd al lii,O.Sn,,Sni) iiiiii)ariHl with foiifnrniicn wltli llio pi'iiicipal officers of tlio naval staff iiiid .\dniiral Sims Ih pii^scnl as till" ropiOHi'ntiitlvR of llm rmtnil .Slati.'s Ilc;ct. joinliiK frocly In llio dlsi'iissioii of till' various anbji'cit wliicli ariso. I iicfid no! add tluTt I kennly tippri'datc liis lu'lp. At snti till! sanio .�'idrit of conlial co-Diioratlon i'xists nxtroinc'ly c:oi'dhil -tliat is tr> siiy wo liavn fortunaloly a conimoi: \1 1" ^1 l|J 1conunpn traditions. i U i ii"it'n ��''''''iHt us j in uorldnK 10^:01 her." , j . Fiaht Sub in Narrow Seas I U'o nuisi finht (111! r-l)oat in llm iiar-bnllollii , HoiiH, In otiior word.s \v� iiUi.-4l llo' foilowiiu; I ,(.in,,-:i)izi'. coiiconlnilo ail our lor'^os ill what is really tiie ileclsivi! area. "TIk^ f;i;rnians. you may be .i.ire. have been sludyini? Ilu! charts add in sendiiij; one of their so-called s.ib-niariiio cruisers lo the .Xiucrlenii loiiyt iliey Iboiipiht to raise an outcry m the I'niled Slates aKaiiist the pidiey wliieli i.'i now l.eiiu; pursued of fighli'.ii; 1 lie �.uilimariiii'h in the narrow seas. "\Vc!ll. I jiidme. both from official and cable dispiilelie.s in 11117 is l,"t2,L'ril), (Or 1:; i.-r cent. The areas Hown to oats i.- placed at i::,- i iiil'orriiallon 7;;t�,iJ0O iieres agatnsi 1mo^ last j tlie newspapers that they luive iilrcady year, an Ineroase of l-'-Viino ai-res or failed in their purpose. H.l! per cent. The aerejit-:'' ot liarley is �'.Ainerlcnii resoiirco.s are develop-a,:i!>ri.xbi) nKulnsl i;,l'.'.>;'..;'ni ini V.il7; uik rapiilly anil ihe two policii-i. 1 rye 2:t-l,.">;UI a(;ainsl -ll,N>;n; peas | iiope may not prove ineoir.patible, 200,'i:!(l aKalnst 1!IS'.8KI; mixcil Kraliis, ' namely co opei-aljnK in Hie main of-.'iOC,.");iiJ against 4SI7.L':'.., liay and J Vi'nsive with a measure ,)C pro e itinn elover S.'JoO.llOO again.-' s-J.'i.ii:! 1. and 1 10 local iraffb of alfalfa 103,300 aBaitb-i intl.SL'n. .\rcas sown this year tn ulieat. oat.s, barley and rye arc i!ie liighest on President Wilson has made a second appeal to governor Stephens of record tor Canada. Wloui sown in the i California for tiin life of T. .1. .Aloonoy, prairie provineci! to'als ir.,HH;,;!OU a(!re.s iiKainsl 111,CIO.-ll" acres last year; or.ts .S,7(;7,0O0 aK.iiiisi S..',r,!i..",i)0. and barley l,S'lij,uO0 ;ii:r.-s af-'aiiist I,-.SaO.OOO, To wheat Mauiioiia has sown 2.(118,000; Raskatelie-.v;in. 0.222.000 and Alberta :!,;!5i;.:ie'i iicif.s. Oats, ' .Manitoba, , ],.',tlO,OP0-. Saskatrliewan, j 4,(12O,iJ00 and Alberta -.i;f;.-,,niKf, ,barley, .Manitoba. 7t.^,0(Ki. Susl.ateliewan G�:i,vOO and Alberta I'.^.uoO acres. Nearly all the provinci's have considerably Increased tlico- acreage under spring ,wheat, .Xova Scotia by 11 per cent; Now Hninswicl;. -l-i per cent; Quebec, 24 per cent; Ontario, I,") per cent.; Manilol):!, 7 per cent.; Saskatchewan 11% inr cent.; .\1-berta 1(1 per cent, and liritisli Columbia (j per cent. Oat.s al.-iu increased by percentages ranging from one per cent, in Saskatchewan to thirteen per cent. In Hrltlsh i'olniiibia; .Manitoba showing no change. According to the reports ,of crop correspondents, exprc.-sed niiineri-cally in percentage ot ilie average yield of the last ten years, the condition of the principal grtiin croiJs WHS on May .31 as follows: Fall wheat 80, against .s.', last year; 'spring wheat 10] against n;!; all wheat 100.5 against 92; ryc: against. 97. For other crops the condition (In May 31 this year, expressed ui percentage of tlio decennial average was: Peas and mixed f;rains lOS; bay and clover 101; alfalfa 07 and pastures 100. Ontario reports, .Imie that timely ralna with warm wijuiiier hiive favored the growth of ail crops. Prospects are excellent fur another good hay crop and spring Kraiiis never gavo bettor promise at tlie beginning of .lune. Saskatchewan reports. May 28, that rain and snow were general throughout the provinc'o -tluring the week, with the exception ot sopie parts of Western Saskatclioivan. Alberta reports. June .-10, that warmer weather lias prevailed during the last week with light local showers. Growth' generally is coming along fairly fast. San Kranclsco dynamitard. TAX 'PEG CHURCH LANDS. _____ 1 Winnipeg, .lune 1.'.- For tlie first linif! In history. Winnipeg church lands will be taxed. Church lands tlirongiiout tiie city will be called upon lo contribute apiiroxiniately $7.'i.-iioti for Winnipeg's greater, water project. .Asse.-isnienU on ; INCREAS'a nATE,"; Montreal, .June 15.- The harbor coin-mlKsloners lucre;'.'� in rat ok of grjiin In the cleviilors is planned to stop the clev^Ttorn as storage bouseii (or grain. \\'liile the iiicrcasp.s and Ihe^........,.........._........ .........------ more severe ap]>licalloii of riilen will ! (d as meetin;; the Increased chargea mean 11 notiiblc aclvaiice over present I are sri far being considered. eliiirgoH, it is explained by the harbor coinm,lHslnners that the rules are made by the coinmlgslnners on account of Iho Increased deniiuul tor .space, to meet tht! retpilreinents of the allied f;ovornmenta. fio far as could he found llio explanation was generally accent- Lift Off Corns! "Freezone" is Magic! Lift any Corn or Callus right off with fingers-No pain! Drop a little rrpczonc on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, Ihen yon lift it riglit out. It doesn't hurt one bit. Yes, magic! Why wait? Your' druggist uells a tiny bottle of freezone for a few cents, fluflicient to rid your 'feet of every Iiqrd corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses, withoiib eorcncas or irritation. FrCczone is tlio mucii (atkcd of ether discoverjr �/ a Cincinnati genius.__ SWAIZEMA I WJWfe'.'.'Si- mimum COtEKlN SmiDSTYLE * London, June 15.'-DiscussiPg'today the whole question/of control ot the seas. Admiral Weniyss, tirst sen lord, paid a high tribute to the co-operation of the American navy with other naval forces of the entente. He said: "You know, of course," the tirst sea lord continued, "that for more than a year past American men of war have been operating froni^ Queens-town. It has also been kiiown for .�iomo time that there are American ships In the Mediterranean. 1 do not think It can be regarded as a secret 'from the f!erma',)s that American ships are,'also acting against the enemy oft iGilJrnltar. Remarkable Testimonial. "This 'co-operation constitutes a '.reniiirkable testimonial to the stra-teglc insieUt of\ ihe. American naval authorities v/lw \n\vo not hesiljited to 'end battleships to join the grand "fleet ih the Norlli Sea. 1 wonder how many people realize that the decision ot the American naval authorities in jsendiug ships three thousand miles or inore across the Atlantic to defend Americttu intero.sts represents a unique, ^triumph of a fitndamontal strategic jirlnciple? i "Thq naval historian when Ills time comes to write, will not bo blind to .this notable action, and there seems no doubt ho will bo able lo add that iho navy department was siipportod iSvlioleheartedly by public opinion. "And that reminds mo to emphasise ihe fact that (lie object of the Ger-[;TOan� in sending .submarines to the American coast to sink vessels was io weaken the cnneord between export :and civil opinion in the United Stales. ['On that matter there is no shadow of doubt. � Relations of Two Navies. 'i Discussing the relations ot the two '�^lavles Admiral Wemyss said: "On the 'broad linos 01' strategic policy com-l^letb Huanimily exists. Admiral Ben-Son and Admiral iMnyo have both vls-.Jtct^ iis and studied our navnl plans. '>^o officers could have exhibited koen-(jr appreciation of th^ yaval situation. ;1 fiiid it difficult to express the gruli-'fiulii of the flrltlsh service to those ;:pfricorB wnd .Admiral. Sims for' the, iiupport tlioy have given us. �H' urn not 1 xalKKei'atiiig or camouflaging, to bor-'Jow a word of the moment. Our re-lation.H could not bo mqre cordial. "The'(iay-to-d(iy'ijrocoduro Is of the 'ilinulesi, Kyu^'j', uioruiiiii' 1 hold a -AIR. SWAISLAND- near Sir: I take great pleasuro In praising your Swaizema. About N .months ago 1 hud an operation performed which resulted in blood-poisoning, and my whole body from head lo foot y^as covered with a terrible rash. I consulted .several doctors and used all kinds ot salves being advertised without any relief. 1 c.iniU] not walk nor sleep tor (he burning and itching almost drove me out of my mind; so ono day I sent my daugliier to Ihe drug store and she was advised to try a bottle of Swaizema, which sue brought home. When I had taken a halJ bottle 1 began to feel a p>eat change; my bppotite canuj buck; the bitterne8.sot my mouth left me; ,1 felt myself on the, way to recov-ely, so 1 decided to keep on taking it until I -ivonltl see the last ot this terrible tagic. The cures effected iiave^ been marvellous, evcii after all other treatments liave cbmplotely failed. Swaizema should bo used in eVery .case of - , ' Eczema, Sali Rheum, Scrofula^ Boils, Pimples) Running Sores, Poison ivy Rash, Etc. Do not suffer the torture and disfigurement ot Eczema. Swaizema'will cure you. In over four years every case ot lilczeina lias been cured in whieli Swaizema bail been used, no ' matter how long-standing the case had been. ^ Swaizema is sold and guaranteed by all good druggiats,'  that If you do not get gatlstactory results your money �>vlll. bo refunded. Start Today to Take Swraizema , GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY The Kenny & AHin Co., Ltd., Druggists IF YOUR DEALER CANNOT SUPPLY YOU WRITE TO C. E, SWAISLAND, MFG. CHEMIST, 32 FRONT ST. WEST, TORONTO. We Serve ? ? ? ^ When you're downtown on.a shopping tour drop in here and enjoy a palatable light luncheon at our fountain. Men and women who don't care for heavy food at noon and who waijjt a lunch; will delight in the dainty sandwiches and pastries which we always have ready to serve. Hundreds of persons every dayenjoy our tempting dishes. Nothing but the best ice crean^, ices, crushed fruits, juices and foods are served. Third Avenue, South Light Lunched at Our Fountain 17816730 6488 ;