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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT TUB L-iQ'llBRIDGE; DAILY IHWALD WEDNESDAY. JUNlv I do for the purpose of nieeilnc the I 1 .UKk-uHy overseas.. Dut it was noli- I the proper way ol meeting lue situs- j i lion iu Canada. It was found that uur- f sts entered the civil hospitals, j trained tor a leV mouths auil iher. t joined ihe V.A.U. In a preferred cliss. j The civil hospitals thus hinili j This nwiuuM to lUe public of vm-l i trained nurses was nut to 'be over- TUP qltestign hail heeo istes up uith the Director general; Meiiu-al Services at Ottawa. It was suggested that the federal The National Council ol omeu at ciTi] hospitals 'to tralu It annual meeting In Hraiitford. On-1 Ihe Oovermneni, ueinj. n-eek made special refer- IERRIBIE AGONY "Fiii-a-ttes" Mwe 6we. Him Qyick Relief., May SrJ, 1913. years, IsutteteUterribly from Severe HtaJjches and Jtitijfes- gas from tlio Nurse? "Badly Needed. j nursed "by young women .with'a Jean ISunn. President of the j knowledge of their work, instead Canadian- Nailonal Association of (n0se who had their lesson of one trained nurses, .addressed ihe gath- nour eacn n-ould also result In i eriiig on Ihe shortage, of trained I a sufficient supply ot nurses tor civil j nurses. This shortage was not found j nospltals aud giving all 'nurses uni- ju 'the. military hospitals at home or j (orm trajnjus. overeas. The nurses were all at-; association suggested that Ilie to the military service and j mn imrsCs lake Ihe 'place of the the salary paid was larger than that brigade to supply th v learning a profession and at the end of three years get a diploma that ivill i be worth a month to them In (lie j practice of iheir profession. Por fur-J ther information as to Jocal needs, j see advertisement on this page. Newark. three .1 suffered from nervons break- down and got so wfafc I could hardly eland, and had head- aches every day. I tried 'everything I r could think of and waj'under a phy-1 sician's cite for Grs. A girl f rieiad used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compotmdand told' From first IdAyltookitlbegaa feel better.und w Lam well and to ootnostaayi kinrjvof workLrT have been Tecbin- the Com- md give you.iny-par- to FLO KELLY, 4T6 So. Uth St, Nwark, N.J. x reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'j Vegetable Com pound, was so successful in case waj because it to the root of her trouble, mjored her to a normal healthy condition and zs a result her nerwisr.eEJ disappeared, How tc Take Sorencsi ra Corn Lift It Out. Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you'invite lock- Jaw, or blood poison, which is less, says a ClncEnDati authority, who tells yotftbat a quarter ounce of a drug called freezone can lained Bt litlle, cost from drug store but Is 'sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus. y.' slinply appJy'a drops ol .and fheis'oreness Is instantly relieved Shortly the entire corn can-be lift- .eil oui, root and all, without pafi. This drug is slitlty .but dries at race, and IE claimed to just shrivel up, any corn'- without7 Inflaming or eVen.irritating the stirrbiiridtng Us sWn.; .''it'your .Wife wears high heels phe -VIII be glad to know of f the estate of Mrs. Lily Buscli; wl- 6w o! Adolphus Buscb. late mill ion- ire hrewer of St. Louis, which has Dr. -ISrucc Indignantly Repud iates Reflections ;0n Our Soldiers Ediiiontod.and tLat ihey there wore only way to the SEates to Joiiiup wltb lue'-oui. onc iiaving been U.Sxarmy. when they were arrested. sgnt lo bring They to the charge and jlCiD', n Oned 520.and costs, or days In iall, Ten "Soon afterward-we discovered' ten loslile machines coming up.froui an with ihe'option of joiulne the Cana-1 dian arnly. AS they have reslstbredi on ihe other side, they were allowed to pay thcic yue and proceed to the States. He Was Trzppsr. George, Reynolds slated that lie was all through the wloter and ion attain Slid charscd into the mid- dle of the enemy .fleet. When we wero nearly within rauge; four planes to the'' the port sitld and five on consul in the 'north country lo'.offer I P" e two ol ht3 services to tbc United States. The directly consul stated that It was necessary bciicalh us. snooUng upward Toronto. June an address be- fore tbo Canadian. Club here yester- day, Colonel Herbert the distihguishDd Canadlaa surgeon, and member of the British mission the ian Palmer..: The estate, the largest iroperty ol iU kind yet to be placed under by s estimated IB be worth several.'mil- -'dollars stocks arid "boards "and .real eslale" in. VfiVr York. coupes uoder.Uie law. It was idinted gov- ernment.. The property may be'sold and tlie proceeds held to be naicl or-her'heirs at-the end of the war.-or the government may hold the' for the period of the war and then return it to its owners drunkenness "among rpons. be'said. WON'T COUNTENANCE UNION .LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN (..Vancouver, B. C., June I 6m policeman was dTsmiwcd yesterday arid'several cJudtnff a .tergeant may be simTI: a'riy dealt with, today for bflng 1 active in 'connection with the movement under way to form a 'policeman's union. Chief of Police William-McRae yesierdzy gave notice to ihe men that any and all members force' who the' union would 'be sub- Ject to dismissal. A direct retult be'1 that the other civic un- -including the firemen, and the civic employees union, em- bracing outside men In. the employ may go oh strike in an ef- fort to force the authorities to permit tPf; policemen to organize. IJUKNQIJIST HAS BEEN. RENOMINATED Paul. Jiine from i yesterday's primary, compiled aarly today from of the SB counties? in Minnesota, Indicate the re nomination o! Governor Charles Lindbergh, acrl the. renomioaLldn of K. NeHon for Lrnlt6d States senator over J. A. Peterson, both on Inc Re- publican and Ihe selection of W. L. Comstoch as tho nemocrallc nominee oyer Frtd E. Waealon. In Minneapolfs. returns for .about half tlie prcclncta fn the city early to- day indicated that Thomas Van iDCiimbent, and .I.K. Meyers, support- fit! by. Ihe Republicans, would .he j nominated for mayor in Minneapolis Van tear was endorsed by the Social- 1 ;i3t3. .in'ue. for hours you of things I' know have ,heard from pources'to the credit and hon- or of just'here let me 53y that last was made a ppier lonesome day for mo my jfortune io'spencl it with the I am not goiiig tell you hSw many Christraases-1 remember. buUI- never more Wholesotoe. more cheerful; or more inspiring society. 11 saw no -T of no drunken- ness, I do not believe there was any drunkenness.' That not bn to me the is it certain accounts which reach you conlaine'J any title ot truth." _ Recreate Sir William Arhulhnot Lane, hart, conBulting surgeon.'of Guy's hospital, London, also a member ol the mis- sion, toM of the methods employed to recreate faces shot aivay.past recog- nition- for hlns to get his birih ccrlificate anil he was on his 'way to the state of: XehrasKa when be was si-rested at ilacleod. He expressed n desire to join up with the Canadian forces, and he was taken on the strength of the First Depot battalion George" ilcShane hailed trbm (he state of Idaho. iJle ivas oh his way lo theN enlist when iio was corraled by ;the .Daminiaa .Police -at llacleod. staleii that he was wilt- Ing to loin Canadian battalion. He Tvas accordingly (aken on the strength of the First Depot battalion. Fred Heever, "another U.S. citizeuj stated was on his the U.S. to enlist "when.he was arrested, He-pleailed-gufHy lo noi having his papers on-his person- He also" ex- pressed a deslr> to enlist in the C.K.F. HJs wish was' granted. Leon citizen, staled that-he had consulted the American consul at Edmonton and was advised could ton- to get his birth He wa_s on his way to. Slates to enlist in- the' U-S- when-Jirrested at Macleoii, 'The firing1 was incessant from the beginning aud the air was blue with Lracer VuUet smoke and the Germans used explosive bullets. "I devoted my U1" rnr( where four planes'offered fine titr: gets. Oiice J looXed. around and not- iced "my'commander in a stoop- lug poVttion. 1 thought nothing ol it until a few minutes later1 wfiea I lo'oked again'eiid saw he was still-in the sanie position. Then .the truth dawned on me that he liad been hit and looking closer. I discovered his head wtis in a pool of blood, but for the moment I could not leave' m> post. Running Fight L kept up a fine .running ftghi although our machine .was cut ofl from the rest and surrounded by seven enejny seaplanes: We fought until we drove off seven Germans, sending one down out of control and crusliiiiR another in flames- from a height of two- thousand feet. The. five other machines' were severely punished by our gun fire. of Corns As Peopte Should They Are'So Unnecessary The instinct is to hide a corn. And to 'cover the pain with a smile. For people nowadays know that is passe. And can ac- cdftnt for it. It a torn gown which you fall to! repair. Or a spot which-yOU fail tO remove. The fault lies .in-'neglecting minute as with a corn, 1 Any corn pam can be stopped in a moment and stopped for good. Any corn ban be ended quickly and completely. AU thai is nee-.! essary is to apply a little Blue-jay plaster..It Is done means no inconvenience. Then- a Vit oS i, scientific, wax-be- gins Its gentle ac- lion-In .two days. usually, the whole corn disap- pears. Some old, tough corns re- quire a second application, but not ottcn. i Can you thlok cf a teaioti (or paritif coitiK and IrtlEnc tliepi corilin-Jt? Or for usinz hirsh cr ro-issr Or of elitieinc to aay old-time method which now u2cc? Or for spoiUnthoun :cti you Ihltik of a reason for not irrir te-Jay? U a nVitlern-ScIrnUfie trea invented by a famous chemist, made by a tioaie of fame e tt For Corns End i Coras Completely; Large Package 2 Scat Druggists Small package discontinued BAUER BLACK, Limited of juit j is. It it -i moment ther etna] freedom. A ache, after Chicifo, ToroBto, New York was wiliing to' enlist in Ihe Cana- "During the last few minutes our on and th eit lian forces. engine began stopping and the. NO CONTESTS. Portland, Maine, was no contest in the Estate primaries to-day for the Republic and Democratic nomi- nation! for United States Sin a tor, Congreismen 'and1. Governor. Governor Milliken, Senator Bert Fernald and ,thc four Congress- men, all had no op- position for nomination. INTERRUPT PACIFIST MEETINGS Sydney, Australia, June (Reuters Ottawa 'A large number of soldiers.-in- cludinc some returned from France, yesterday tnterrupteJ pacifist meetings at Uonlafji Park and Trades Hall. Only Intervention by the police vented serious riots. Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, j tanned or freckled. McSre Nurses To take the place ot those'gone lo the front, many more will be needed, now the tlmu lo train. Koui- vacancies in the Gait Hospital Training School for Thorough training t'h'eir In every, branch or the proftsaion, Tli years' course. Eigh- teen in the Good opportunities after graduation (or Institutional work. The Hoard will give prplercnce to graduates of the. school 1n filling I Staff positions in the'Hospital.. Staff salaries from to per month. Comfortable room's in the iNurses' Elome which is a separv .atft building. to Piipil Xursea haa'just rataed to first year, ?14.00 second year, thinl year. vacation. Pupils can he taken fn.nt once. Age IS to 35. 1 APPLY c THE LADY SUPERINTENDENT GALT HOSPITAL, LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA NOW READY The Official Aatomebile Road ,Guide for British Colombia, Alberta and Saskatchewan accurale" Spccdomolcr directions lor miles pi roails from the Manitoba Uoimdary to Vancouver. In aclilllidn thu Main'Through Ilbads. cacfi of the Provinces is'coverctl" XOIiTII, SOUTH, EAST and WEST.'At the end of ronle then- is a footnote describing the nntnrc or lliK road surface in good and Lad of great vahtc in the selection of u touri Jt contains an interesting narrative of the experiences of tlic author oh the and Is' Illusirated with 130 beautiful dugravinss'sf the best of the 330.Pages, printed on art pajicr and bound In a stiff.cloth cover, "it Is" officially-endorsed by (lie Calgary and Victoria Automobile Cluhs. i PRICE SEND MONEY ORDER TO THE'COMPILER. J. F. SPALDING, Box 26, 'and tht Guide will be senl by ft turn mall. Lethbridge Lauridry CorLtcL Starts a Dry Cleaning Plant Afler a long delay causal hy the riltficiiHy ui getting (relght from the II. S. and Eastern Canada we are at lant altlc lo announce to our natrons nnd the public generally thai we ore how open for busfneas in the Dry Cleaning line. _ We respectfully solicit a share Lethbridge Laundry P, O, BOX 477 Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot Orihafd, .White, shake aod you bate a quarter nfnt of the best freckle sunbura and tanvlolfoa and coDiplcx Iba.beintftftr, al.verjVTery small cosl. Your tTottt has the lemons and anjr drug sforfe or toilet confer will supply' (Srci? buiicfis of Orchard for d (cv cents Massage ihfg sncetlx lotfon into the face neck ariris and hands each da> Hid sec liov. freckles, sunburn, nindliiirn and tan disappear'and1 how clear, ami whits ,Uie akin Ycsl It Is COULD NOT USE IT, Vancouver, June reference', (o the supplies .of fcltel rails arid car lying In F> W. general superintendent of the C.P.H., slated today that only a Very small paii of Ibis coh- of sixty pound steel acd that of the' stuff was car parts and owing iff the wide gauge waa of no use for any American road. It would mean an tnormoua loss lo convert Ihe Fit eel into use- ful narls. ,No Instructions had receded regarding the disposition i of- [Ms nropcftr A Ji f'r "fs Jt A ft It ft f, A ;