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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 PAGE ElGHt THE W THBniCXiE DAILY rtKHALP JTNK ISM018 URGE NEED OF for the purpose of meeting the difficulty but It was not the proper way ot meeting the situa tion In H was found that nnr ses entered the civil trained for a fe months and th6n joined the In a preferred The civil hospitals were thus hand Tho menace to the public of un1 trained nurses was not tohe overj The question had beef j taken up with the Director General of Medical Services at It was suggested that the Federal Gov The National Council of at nsk hospitals to train It annual meeting In On nllrsp9 tnp government bcinp last week made special rctor for housing and extra ox to the lack ci trained fc n retnrn lhe hospitals would owing to wars the council Vertain number of second and the young Women of Canada to thjn nursM tor work in mill GALT TOlunteer their services in the nurs ing Nurses Badly President of the Canadian National Association of trained the gath ering on the shortage of trained tary hospitals for a period of time In this way the returned men would bp nursed by young women with a Knowledge of their Instead of those who hart their lesson of one j hour This would also result In a sufficient supply of nurses for civil mmm PROPER PAPERS SUFFERED TERRIBLE A60NY Alone 6m Him Quick Relief May rotseven I suffered terribly from Severe JlfadiuHts and Indigfs I had belching gns from the and I 1 tried many remedies but nothing did me jrioid adriscj I took this grand fruit medicine and it made mo To everyone who 1ms miserable health with Constipa Ieaped The fine by enlisting In the Aviator rtf Fight of HrUUh geaplnnea With Huns June The Jlrst convictions In the province umlef the new orderlncouncil which reads that liny man who may he presumed to he a Cliiss One mnn must a marriage or military certificate to show that he has complied with the Military Service Is reported from where two In Peace RIVer country were fined and or SO dftys in Jail for I Associated fcy Ensign neglecting to carry papers on I a United iiVlatoij their four other fflcfn es Eaton ana I were the two June the ot the Dutch ciftast on June five Brit ish seaplanes the largest out nineteen German One of the enemy machines was sent down In flames and another driven of according to de scription oft the fight written for the This shortage was not found hospitals and giving all nurses uni jn the military hospitals at home or j form The nurses wore all association suggested that the trtocted to the military service and mirscs akp the place of the the salary paid was larger than that the brigade to supply the paid or similar service at For Including nurses these reasons all the nurses needed The John Ambulance plan for active service were procurable j ncoepted by the Director For these reasons also the shortage ocneral and was before the had not been brought to the The acceptance 1 say take and you will get ALBERT a G for trial size At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruita tivcs tion of the Gnvernnrent through millI tary Hospitals Decisive steps must he taken to meet the the association The protested this plaitywould solve the question only for the military hospitals j Women Appealed j On motion of seconded by the young women ot Canadawere appealed to rsiff diffK F ment under the John Ambulance i Galt HOS was offered as a and migh NERVOUS BREAKDOWN MM Kelly Tellfe How Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Restored Her A ALLIED AIRPLANES June damage was done by British seaplanes in the period be tweeh 13 and Juno according to an official state i ment issued by the admiralty The docks at Zeebrugge j Ostend and the Thor 1 out Railway station and air pital in this city for more pupils to j the Ghistellea air rain for The rates of dromes and the Bourgeoise eration have just been raised t works at Aertriycle were tar i and per month for gets for bombs by the three years to and This renumeration is not looked upon as a The nurses in traiuing are learning a profession and at the end of three years get a diploma that will be worth a month to them in the practice of their For fur ther information as to local see advertisement on this First Depot The six men were arrested by the Dominion police at they were trying to cross the Americans among the cTew of five flying boats on a North Sea patroV says Ensign West of Ter Eatons machine had to Might on the We stood lino into the United A i circling in the air and waiting for him escort from Calgary was sent down to repair the to Macleod and brought the men batik Soon five German airplanes hove to where they wore tried in took battle formation fore Magistrate I for I was In the and I ront with gun and four who own n farm in the Peace River nnndred rounds of In were arraigned on the charge j the stern there were three more guns of not carrying their They I The Germans stated that they had reen In com j at After a time the munication with the consul at I enemy came Circling back but Instead and they were i of tive mnchines there were only way to the States to join up with the four one scout having been when they were i s6nt presuinably to bring They to the charge and lined S20 and or 30 days in I glffeer rehorteci the pipe had leiintohtfo I Imtl laid out tho ifc the cockpit and the whole ItettgAgetoont lasted n half ihour and 1 think We did Aftdrwnrd my machine descend od on tnei water where repairs were made and we returned tt port The whole flight lasted MISSOURI CitlVILRNOft i PEACE MEETINGS an adilreRs to guosts of Rolla governor of tneFederal Ueoerve Gardnerjfleclared he Is will not permitthehold ingof peacemeetings In and that any uprising will be Immediately put down by the home guard the Any andall meet ings that willIn any hamper the prosecution of thd war will be put the warning of tive to tlioso contemplating such For about three years 1 coffered from nervous break down and got so weak I could hardly and had head aches every I tried everything could think of and was under phy sicians care for two A girl friend had used Lydia Pinkbmma Vege HOLDS BIG ESTATE Bruce Indignantly Repud iates Reflections Cast On Our Soldiers June an address be fore the Canadian Club here yester June D of the estate of Lily wi Colonel Herbert dow c Adolphus late million aire brewer of which has been taken over by the government i tinder the Alien Property Act has not table Compound and i been decided it was said today distinguished Canadian surgeon the and she told me about Jits From the first I to feel better now I am well to do most any kind of I have been recom mending the Com pound erer since and give yon my per mission to publish this FLO 476 14th The remson famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable was to successful in Miss Kellys case waa because it went to the root of her restored her to a normal healthy condition and aa a result her nervcusncES at the office of Alien Property Custo dian The the largest property Of its kind yet to be placed under government control by the is estimated te be worth several mil lion dollars and consists of brewer ies 1ndt and otherscities and stocks and bonds and real estate New Two courses under the it was pointed out today are open to the gov member of the British mission to the paid a high tribute to the fighting quality of Canadian sold and rejected stories of drunkenness among the Dominion he I could con tinue for hours to tell you of things which I know and have heard from official sources to the credit and hon or of just here let rue say lhat last was made a happier and less lonesome day for me becauseit was my fortune to spend it The property may be sold I with the I am not going and the proceeds held to be paid to tell you hdvr many Christmases I or her heirs at the end I but I never spent one in of the or the government may hold the estate for the period of the war and then return it to its with the option of joining the CJana to pay their One and proceed to the He Was George Reynolds stated that he was all through the winter and and had ridden in to the Ten More Came j Soon afterwardwe discovered ten hostile machines coming up from an opposite We four svufig into format ion asaln and charged Into the mid dle of the enemy When we were nearly within four planes on the port side and five on the star consul in thenorth country to offer I board rose to our level while two ol his services to the United The enemy mach nes passed directly I beneath shooting consul stated that It was necessary for him to get his birth certificate and he was qn his way to the state of Nebraska when he was arrested at He expressed a desire to join up with the Canadian and he was taken on the strength of the First Depot battalion George McShane hailed from the state of He was on his way to the States to enlist when he was corraled by the Dominion Police at stated that he was will ing to join up in a Canadian He was accordingly taken on the strength of the First Depot Fred another stated that he was on his way to the to enlist when he was He pleaded guilty to not having his papers on his He also ex pressed a desire to enlist in the Hfs wish was Leon stated The firingwas incessant from the beginning and the air was blue with tracer bullet smoke and the Germans used explosive I devoted my time to the pnrt side where four planes offered fine tar Once I around and not iced my cdmmander was in a stoop ing I thought nothing of it until a few minutes later wlieil I looked again and saw he was still in the same Then truth dawned on me that he had been hit and looking I discovered his head was in a pool of but for the moment I could not leave my Running Fight We kept up a fine fight although our machine Was cut off from the rest and surrounded by seven We fought until we drove oft seven sending Ashamed of Corns People Should Are So Unneceuary The instinct is to hide a And to cover the pain with a For people nowadays know that a corn is And that naught but neglect can ac for It is like a torn gown which you fail to Or a spot which you fail to The fault lies in neglecting a few minute as with a Any corn pain can be stopped in a moment and stopped for Any corn tan be ended quickly and All that is nec essary is to apply a little Bluejay It is done in a It means no Then a bit of scientific wax be the whole corn disap Some tough corns re quire a second but not Can you think of n reason lor pnrlnf corns and lettinc them continue Or for using harsh or mussy applications Or of clinging to any oldtime method which Is now tEifoo Or for suffering spoiling hourt millions of others escape Can you think of a reason for not tryinf Bluejay It is u ntodcrn scientific treat Invented by a famous It is made by a house of worldwide fame In the surgical It has ended corns by the tens of millions which are just like It is easy and gentle and you can prove for your self Try Buejay on one If It docs ns we keep It by On future corns apply it the moment they ap Tlmt will mean Bluejay For Corns Pain Instantly Completely SCientinc wax DC perpetual i gins its gentle ac Large Package 25c at Uruggatt corn nfter thati j willbeunltnown to In two Small package discontinued BAUER Limited New York that he had consulted the American one down out of control and crushing consul at Edmonton and was advised I another in flames from a height of to get his birth He was two thousand The five other on his way to thp States to enlist inj machines were severely punished by the when arrested at our gun He was willing to enlist in the Canaj During the last few minutes our dian I engine began stopping and en WONT COUNTENANCE POLICEMANS UNION How to Take Soreness From Corn and Lift It Hospital show that every time you cut a corn you invite lock jaw or blood which is need says a Cincinnati who tells you that a quarter ounce of a drug called freezone can ob tained at cost from tie drug store but is sufficient to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn or simply apply a tey drops of this on aching ifn and the soreness is instantly Shortly the entlrp corn can be lift ed root and without This drug is sticky but dries at oncej and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even Irritating the surrounding tis or If your wears high heels she will be glad to know of June t On policeman was dismissed yesterday and asveral in cluding a sergeant may be simil arly dealt with today for being active in connection with the movement undar way to form a policemans Chief of Police William McRae yesterday gave notice to the men that any and all members of the force who joined the union would be sub ject to A direct result may be that the other civic un including the and the civic employees em bracing outside men In the citys employ may go on strike in an ef fort to force the authorities to permit policemen to more more cheerful or more inspiring I saw no I Know of no drunken I do not believe there was any That day would not be to me the memory it is if certain accounts which reach you contained any title of Recreate Faces Sir William Arbuthnot consulting surgeon of Guys also a member of the mis told of the methods employed to recreate faces shot away past recog NO June There was no contest in the state primaries today for the Republic and Democratic nomi nations for United States Congressmen and Governor Senator Bert Fernald and the four Congress all had no op position for from i tf LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned or freckled BURNQUIST HAS BEEN RENOMINATED June yesterdays compiled today from 52 of the KG counties in indicate the renomlnatlon i of Governor Hurnqulst over Charles 4 and the renominatlon of Nelson for United States over both on the publican ticket and the selection of i omstock as the Democratic nominee oyer Fred In MinneapollH returns for about half the precincts in the city early to i day indicated that Thomas Van 1 and support ed by the would be nominated for mayor in Van Lear waa endorsed by the Social INTERRUPT PACIFIST MEETINGS June Reuters Ottawa A large number of in eluding some returned from yesterday pacifist meetings at Domain Park and Trades Only intervention by the police pre vented serious ff More Nurses WANTED To the place of those gone to the many more will he now Is the time to Four vacancies in the Gait Hospital Training School for Thoro ugh training given in branch of the T h r e e years Eigh teen in the Good opportunities after graduation for inotitutional The liourd will preference to graduates of the school in filling staff positions in the Staff salaries from to per Comfortable rooms In the Nurses Homo which is a separv ato Remuneration to Pupil Nurses hasjust been raised to first second third Three weeks Pupils can be taken In at Age 18 to APPLY THE LADY SUPERINTENDENT GALT ALBERTA NOW READY The Official Automobile Road for British Alberta and Saskatchewan Contains accurate Speedometer directions for miles of roads from the Manitoba Boundary to Vancouver In addition to tho Main Through each of the Provinces is covered very fully EAST and At the end of every route there Is a footnote describing the nature of die road surface in good and bad a feature of great value in the selection of a It contains an interesting narrative of the experieucfcK of the author on the compilation is illustrated with 130 beautiful engravings iff the best of the 330 printed on art paper and bound in a It is officially endorsed by the Calgary and Victoria Automobile PRICE SEND MONEY ORDER TO THE Box and the Guide will be sent by return Lethbridge Laundry Starts a DryCleaning Plant After a long delay caused by the difficulty of getting freight from the and Eastern Canada wo arc at last able to announce to our patrotm and the public generally that we uro now open business in the Dry Cleaning We respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage Lethbridge Laundry PHONE 451 BOX 477 Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle sunburn and and complex ion at very small Your grower has the lemons anri any store or toilet counter will j supply three ounces of Orchard White i for a few Massage this sweetly j fragraat lotion Into the arms hands each day and see j windhurn and tan I disappear how soft ami white the skin Yes It is vert IsiijLHiHnt I i i COULD NOT USE June reference to the supplies of steel rails and car t7arts lying in general superintendent of the stated today that only a very small part of tuis con aisled of sUty pound steel i rails and that thebulk of toe stuff was car parts and owing j to the wide gauge waa of no use for any American It would moan an enormous loss to convert the steel into use ful No instructions had been received regarding the disposition t of this he KEEP YOUR SHOtS NEAT WHITE SHOE DRESSING White Liquid g WhitoCake For and jChiWrenV Shoes A u ;