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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r PAGE EIGHT ' THE L-fnUHniDGE DAILY HERALD URGE NEED OF GALT HOSPITAL The National Coiiiii'll of Wompii at It anilval nieetiiiK in Bianltonl. On tarii), Insl week iiinrte special rftor-�nce to the lack c� trnlncd nurses, owing to war's deniandf. tlio cDMncil �skeil the younc women of Canada to Tolunteer llieir services in the nursing profession. Nurses Badly Needed. Miss .lean 0\inn. President of the Canadian National Assoeiation of trained nurses, .addressed the gathering on the shortage of trained nurses. This shortage was not found in the military hospitals at home or overeas. The nur.ses were all at-traeted to the military serviop and the salary paid was larger than that paid for similar service at home. For these reasons all the nurses needed for active service were procurable For these reasons a.lsn the shortage had not been brought to the attention of tlie (Jovernntent throtigh military channels. Hospitals Handicapped. Decisive steps must he taken to meet tlie need, the association felt. The association, however, protested against any lowering of the standard ' """"'e;' "f ' anada were appealed to 'do for the puri)0sc of meeting the i ilifticnlty overseas., but it was not | the proper way of meeting the sitna-! lion in Canada. It was foufid that uur-I sea entered the civil hospitals, eii- ! ! trained for a fitw monllis and then | j joined the V..-V.1). in a preferred class.; i The civil hospitals were tlius handl j capped. The menace to the pitblif of no trained ntirses was not to 'be over looked. Tlie (|urs!iun had been I taken up -witli the Director General of .Medical Services at Ottawa. It was suggested that tlie Federal t!ov , ernment ask civil hospitals 'to train more nurses, the Ciovernment being � . responsible for housing and extra jiense. In return the hospitals would , stipply 'certain number of second and [ '. third year nurses for work in mill-; tary hospitals for a period of time . In this way the returned men would ; lie nursed by young women witji a knowledge of their work, instead of ! those who had their lesson of one \ j hour each. This would also result in ' a sufficient suiiply of nurses for civil' ' hospitals and giving all nurses uni � form training. The association suggested that the pupil nurses take the place of the the brigade to supply tlu personnel, including nurses aad clerks. The St, .lohn .-Vmbulance plan I had lieen accepted by tlie Director ; tlcneral and was aow before the I Hrivy Council. The acceptance of this plaii\woitId solve the questior. I only for the military hospitals. Women Appealed To. On motion of Mrs. 1.. .\, Ilamlltoii, seconded by .Mrs, Graham, the young SUFFERED Wr^D\ESI)AY..ir.\E 10. 1!)18 "Fryit-a-tives" Alone Gave Him Qyick Relief BucUingh.tm, ljue., May 3rJ, 1915. "I'orscven year.^, 1 sulTeied terribly from ^5C\ere Jftadtiches and Itidif^fs-\ hud belching; gas from tho stomach, and! liadi^hronic.Constipation, 1 tried many remedies but nolliiuydid mo good. %/'V� > > > I ? > ^ ? ALLIED AIRPLANES ? i ? . .DID DAMAGE. ? I ? London, June 18.-Exten.sivo ' ? , ? damage was done by Ilritlsli ? ? seaplanes in the period be- ? !? tween June 13 aud Juno Itj. : ; according to nn official slate- j > raent issued by the admiralty > ^ ? today. The docks at Zeebrugge : \ ^ Ob-tend and Bruges, the Thor ? ? � out Railway station and air- > : ? dromes, the Gliistelles air- : j>'!' dromes and tho Bourgeoiso ? '� ? gets for bombs dropped, by the ? ? aviators. " : > : .ji : ? ? ? : * : > ? ? � 1 N�w�rk, N. J.-"For abotjt three year.i 1 suffered from nervous breakdown and got so weak i could hardly stand, and had headaches every day. I . tried everything I ' could think of and was under a piiy-sician'a care for tivo years, A girl friend GOVI. HOLDS B DUSCH ESIAIE Washington. June IS.-Disposition of the estate of .Mrs. Lily Busch, widow c' .Adolphn.s Bnsch. late millionaire lirewer of St. Louis, which has Dr. Bruce Indignantly Repudiates Reflections Cast On Our Soldiers Toronto, June 18.-In an address before tho Canadian Club here yesterday. Colonel Herbert A. Bruce, the distinguished Canadian surgeon and member of the British mission to the had used Lydia E. ! been taken over by the government i ., , . �> '.Pinkham's Vege- i "nder the Alien Property Act has uotM'"""-''' P'"'' ''^ '"^h tribute to - table Compound and i been decided upon, it was said today'"-.''^ fighting quality of Canadian sold-at the office of .Mien Property Custo-i""d indignantly rejected stories ' she told ine about tit From the first day I took iti.began to feel better mnd ��now I am well and ^ able to do most any kind of work. I have been recommending the Com-potJnd eversinee and give you my permission to publish this letter."-Miss Flo ICelly, 476 So. 14th St,, Newark. N.J. - ^ The reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable dian Palmer. The estate, the largest I property of its kind yet to be placed ' under government control by the act, is estimated t� be worth several million dollars and consists of breweries in St. Louis, and other^citles and stocks and bonds and real estate in^ Xew York. Two courses under the law. it was pointed out today are open to tlie gov-i eminent. The property may be sold i and the proceeds held to be paid trf i Mrs. Busch, or her heirs at the end I of the war. or the government may normal healthy condition and as a result I her nerveusness disappeared. CLIP THIS OUI MAY COME HANDY Tells How to Take Soreness From a Corn and Lift It .Rigit Out. Hospital i^cords show that every time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, says a Cincinnati authority, who tells you that a quarter ounce of a drug called treezone can he obtained at little, cost from tie drug store but is sufficient to rid one's feel of every hard or soft corn or callus. � You simply apply a fe^v drops of this on.ia tender, aching c'#n and^ the soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly tho entirp corn can be lifted out, root and all. witliout pa'^i. This drug is sticky but dries at oncOi and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tis-si^e or skin. If your .wife \vear8 high heels she will be glad to know of this.- Advertisement. WON'T COUNTENANCE POLICEMAN "S UNION Vancouver, B, C, June 18,- t On: policeman was dismissed yesterday and several others, including a sergeant may be similarly dealt with today lor being active in connection with the movement under way to form a policeman's union. Chief of Police William McRae yesterday gave notice to the men that any and all members 6f the force who joined the union would be subject to dismissal, A direct result may be that the other civic unions, including the firemen, and the civic employees union, embracing outside men In the city's' employ may go on strike in an effort to force the authorities to permit th,: policemen to organize. ! BURNQUIST HAS BEEN RENOMINATED of drunkenness among the Dominion troops. "Gentlemen." he said. "1 could continue for hours to tell you of things which 1 know and have heard from official sources to the credit and honor of Canadians-and just here let me say that last Christma^^ was made a happier and less lonesome day for me because it was .my fortune to spend it witli the Canadians. I am not going to tell you h&\v many Chrlstmases 1 remember, but I never spent one in more wholesoroe. more cheerful or more inspiring society. '1 saw no drunkenness, t know of no drunkenness. 1 do not believe there was any drunkenness. That day would not bo to me the memory it is if certain accounts which reach you contained any title of truth." Recreate Faces Sir William Arbuthnot Lane, bart, consulting surgeon of Guy'.s hospital, London, also a member of the mia-\ sion, told of the methods employed to ' recreate faces shot away past recognition. Kdinonton. June Ui.- The -first convictions In the province under tho now order-ln-conncil which rends thijt any man who may bo presumed to he u Class One iiuiii must carry a birth, marriugu or uillltary certiflcuto, to show that he has complied with the .\lilitary Service .Vet," l.thelr way to the States to join up with the n.S^ army, when they were arrested. They pleaded guilty to the charge and lined $20 and costs, or ;',0 days in jail, with the option of joining the Canadian army. ,\s they have reglstfered on the other side, tliey wore allowed to pay their yne and proceed to the States. He Was Trapper, George Reynolds stated that he wifs trapping all through the winter and fall, and had ridden in to the I'.S. consul in the north country to offer hl.^ services to the Fuited States, The consul stated that it was necessary for him to got his birth certificate and he was qn his way to the state of Nebraska when he was r.rrested at .Macleod. He expros.scd a desire to join up with the Canadian forces, and he was taken on the strength of the First Depot battalion George McShane hailed from the state of Idaho. He was on his way to the States to enlist when he was corraled by the Iioininion Police at .Macleod. ^le stated that he was will-itrg to join up in a Canadian battalion. He was accordingly taken on the strength of the Fiist Depot battalion. Fred Heever, another U.S. citizen, stated that he was on his way to the U.S. to enlist when he was arrested. He pleaded guilty to not having his papers on his per.son. He also expressed a desire to enlist in the C.I-;.F. Hfs wish was granlod. Leon Sprague. I'.S. citizen, stated that he had consulted the .-Vinerican consul at Kdmontoii and was advised to get his birth certificate. He was on his way to the -States to enlist In the l.'.S. when a,rrcsted at .Macleod. He was willing to enlist in the Canadian forces. FOUGHT 19 HUNS U. S. Aviator Tells of Thrilling Fight uf British Seaplanes With Huns NO CONTESTS. Pertland, Mainf, June 17,- There was no contest in the state primaries to-day for the Republic and Democratic nominations for United States Senator, Congressmen and Governor, Governor Milliken, Senator Bert Fernald and the four Congressmen, all Republicans, had no opposition for nomination. / LEMON JUICE : TAKES OFF TAN -__. 'Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled St. Paul. !rune 18.-Keliirns from yesterday's primary, compiled �arly today from h'l of the SO counties in -Minnesota, indicate the renomination of Governor Burnqulst ovei' Charles Lindbergh, and the renomination of Is. .'Velson for L'uited States senator over J. Peterson, both on the He-publican ticket and tho selection of W. L. Comstock aa tho Democratic \ nominee oyer Fred 10. Wheaton. I In Minneapolis returns for about ! half the jirocincts in the city early to-j day indicated that Thoma.-i Van Lear, ' Incumbent, and J.i-l .Meyers, supported by the Republicans, would be, i nominated for mayor in .Minneapolis. ' Van Lear was endorsed by the Social-, Ists. ---� - > INTERRUPT PACIFIST .> ? IVIEETINGS ff -- Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottje containing three ounces o( Orchard AVhlte, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle sunbui'u and tau ^lotion, and comiilex-ion beautitler, at very, very small cost. Your grofier has the lemons and any drug store or toilet coiAter will supply three ounces of Orqhard White tor a few cents. Muasnge this sweetly fragratit lotion into the ffjeo, neck, arms tv'nd hands each day and see how. freckles, sunburn, windhurn and tan disappear' and" how clear, soft and white ,the. skin becomes. Yes! It is kariiiMaa.-^ilvartlviuiinnt. / ; ; : : : : '4 A -'' it A A . around and noticed my commander was in a stooping position. I thought nothing of it until a few minutes later when I looked again and saw ho was still in the same position. Then the truth dawned on me that he had been hit and looking closer, I discovered his head was in a pool of blood, but for the moment 1 could not leave my post. Running Fight "Wo kept up a tine runniijg fight although our machine was cut oft from the re.st and surrounded by noven onqmy seaplanes. We fought until we drove off seven Germans, sending [one down out of control and crushing ! another in flames from a height of ! two thousand feet. Tho five otlier I machines were severely punished by : our gun fire. "ijuriug the last few minutes our I engine began .stopping and the. en- gineer roportei that i the i�>.trol pipe had broken. mo(l�\vhtlti .1  had laid out tho liommandeMfv the cockpit and tukdn nia''�fiat. ' "The whole ongngeinont lasted a half /hour and '1 Ihluk wc did very well. Aflorwnrd my inuohliiG deHcend-od on tho wnler where repairs were made and then wc returned to port Tho whole tllglit lasted seven' hours."  ^.^-^--,-. H MISSOURI aov&BNon * BArtS PEACE MEETINGS . St.Liluls.'^lo.-ill nti address to Ihc gunsts of UoUa Wclla, govornor of the Federal llesorve Bank, Gov. F. I). Gardner__declarod .that, while he In Govornor he will not permit tho iiojd-iiig of prtjmature, peace- meetings in .Mi.ssoiirl. and that nny iiprlslilg will bo Immedlntcly put down by tho homo guard of the Stiilc. .-Vny and'all meetings that wUlin any way liumpor the jirosocution of tlid war will be put down,* was the warning of the d.vocii-tlvo ' to tliosc' conlenipluting such moetings. AsKamed of Corns As People Should Be-They Are So Unnecessary The instinct is to hide a corn. And to cover the pain with a smile. For people nowadays know that a corn is pass�. And that naught but neglect can account for it. It is like a torn gown which you fail to repair. Or a spot which you fail to remove. The fault lies in neglecting a few-minute duty-just as with a corn. Any corn pain can be stopped in a moment and stopped for good. Any corn ban be ended quickly and completely. All that is nee essary is to apply a little Blue-jay plaster. It is done in a jiffy. It means no incotivenience, I Then a bit of , scientific wax begins its gentle action. In two days. Stopa Pain Instantly Endt Corns Completely Large Package 2Sc at Druggists SniBlt pacl;age discontinued usually, the whole corn disap-pears. Some old, tough corns require a second application, but not often, Cnn you think of n reason lor pnrins corns and Icttinc tliem continue? Or for iisinK tinrsh or mussy npplicntlons? Or of clincinB to uny old-time method which is now tiii^oo? Or for suffering corns-for Bpoilin^hours -when millions of others escape? Cnn you think of a rcuaon for not trying Ulue-joy? It i� a n'iodcrn ficlcntific treatment, invented by u rnmoiis chemist. It is made by a liouse of world-wide fame in tlie maUinc.of surgical dressings. II has ended corns by the tens of millions -corns which are Just like yours. It is easy and gentle and sure.aa you can prove for yourself tonight. Try B',uc-Jny on one corn. If it docs as we �oy, keep It by yon. On future corns apply it the moment they appear. That will mean perpetual freedom. A corn ache, after that, will be unknown to you. Blue= jay For Corns BAUER & BLACK, Limited ^'"^'/.'.^^/."Ifr' Chicago, Toronto, New York S More Nurses WANTED! To takp tho place o? those gone to the front, many more will he needed, now is the time to train. I'our vacancies in . tlie Gait Hospital Training School for .Nurses. Thoro u g h training given In every_ branch of the profession. T h r e e years' course, t^igli-tecu in the school. Good opportuiiltioH after graduation for institutional work. The llouid will giv:e pi-pl'ereiicR to graduates of the Hchool*in filling Bta'ff positions in the Hosiiitai. Staff salaries from .^UO.OU to 1135.00 per monili, Comtortablo rooms in the Nurses' Homo which is a separ-^ ate building. Jlenuiiieratlon to Pupil Nurses has -just been raised to .?12.00 first year, $14.00 second year, $1C.OO third year. Three, weeks' vacation. Pupils can be taken In at once. Age 18 to ;i'5. � APPLY THE LADY SUPERINTENDENT GALT HOSPITAL, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA NOW READY The 6fficial Automobile Road tGuidc for British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan Contains accurate Si)ocdoiiioler dirccliniiK tor 2;l,000 miles of joaiis from the .Manitoba Boundary to Vancouver. In addition to th-! Main Through Roads, each of the Provinces is'covered ver.V" fully NOUTil, SOUTH. E.\ST .and WKST, .\t the end of every route thenr is it footnote describing the nature of tFic road surface in good and bad weathers, a foature of great value in the selection of a tour. It contains an interesting n-arrative of tho cxyicriciicc s of the author on the com^iilation trip and is illustrated with 1^0 boautll'ul engravings of the be.st of the scenery. nso Pages, printed on art paper and bound in a stiff,cloth cover. it is officially endorsed by tho Calgary and Victoria Automobilo Clubs. PRICE $3.00, SEND MONEY ORDER TO THE COMPILER, ,^ j. F. SPALDING, Box 26, Fernie^B.^. and the Guide will be sent by return mall. Lethbridge Laufidrii Co. Ltd. Starts a Pry-Cleaning Plant After a long delay caused by the difficulty of getting freight from the U. S. and Eastern Canada wo are al last able to announce to our patrons and the public generally that we are now open for busfness in the V>vy Cleaning line. We respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage Lethbridge Laundry Co. Ltd. PHONE 451 P, O. BOX 477 ft . keep your shoes neat I,.} ^U^'^:^, LlMiifc.D. i^Hk ^ WHITE ' ^Wfljy� SHOE In �dressing �HHHIH ^HBi For Mens.Wpmenj^aiii^J^^^^ 80340?3? 33 ?48518 ;