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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1018 THE LETHBRIDCr: DAILY HERALD PACE EIV! BiKiiod liy olClcors rai?Kiiig from I'MoId Murnhal Voii lldtHzi'iidorff down to rcKlnuMital coimnaiidi.Tr^. wiiicli was slgiind liy llio coinmaiider pf the faniouH n^Kiniriit Ix-arlne; l.lic liami! of Arrlidulu! f'liarlns, says: "SoldlorH, romumlier llif siioIIh wc j!Ol last, fail from llio ItallaiiH; (lie slioop, cows, stccr.s, warcliouscH full of good c.lollios auit Kr'.i('crio,!*' - , ft. , . . >'J I 1)1-. II. n. Whldden, ^ food and to eircct savings m |*i Iionie cocliing and baking. ^ ApproyctI by Ciinnfht Faad l]n.*i''i ihe iduivch that order which b;i- nevi.'r biHin countermanded-is �l'orw;ird'." "l''orwiird Willi f.'icf,-; turned in tlie rigiit direction, toward the truest and highest freedom-llw! I'rcedoiii of the soul. Never before lias tlie world realized the meaniiu; uf I'recdoni and with that larger iciili/ation of the meaning of froedoni comes tilso tlie realization tha't in nrdcr to maintain this freedom no sacriiico is too great." in tlie afternoon ^i reaoiuliou committee was appointed, consisting of Ilev. Charles Uakcv. l.ethbridge, .\Ir flalnor. I'Jdmonton. .Mrs. (!. II. \". Hulyea. ICdmonton. Mr. W. II. 1;ouiv land, and .Mt\ .1. 1!. 'falier. and then Kov. F. \V. Dafoe ri'iiorted tor the committee on reriijiions of new churches, stating iluii two had lieen started this year, (iiie at ilidge Head, near Hed Deer, and one al Reid --Hill, near Vulcan. Tlicsi: cluirciies, were received into menilnrsiiij) ot th�..�..�..t..�..a..*..�..�..o Because style decri-es that woiuc -. crowd and bui'kle up their lender tor in higii heel I'oot.ivcar they suffer froi � corns, then tliey cm and trim at the;- : painful pcst.i whicli merely makes fli ' ciH'H grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women r.;'^ warned to stop it. .K few (Irojis ol' a drug called free-rone ai)plicd directly upon a sore corn givi's quk'k relief and soon the ei-.tirc corn .root and all, lifts out wlthou; pain. Ask th(> dvug store man for a quarter of an ounce of trepzone. wUict-, costs very little but is sufficient to remove ev' thoy wore Impressed to the extent that thoy injniedlalely made overtures for tlie poasoasion of the piece. It was ^the one play possessing that absorbing Interest and novelty of coitBtructlon that they wanted. Result, they have given It ail that could bo asked for In the way of aconic in-vesture and sjs good a cast as it was possible to get, , The story deals with the world fcld-| problem ot double standard of morals. To be seen hero at the MSjeatic next Tuesday and Wednesday,, niatln-ees and evenings. WALLACE REID IN "CjRAZV BY PROXY" and "SKIRTS" / .TWO GOOD COMepiES "NAN, OF MUSIC MOUNTAIN"! BANOIISSEIFl TO GRAIN ELEVAIOR Bound and Gagged Manager-Much l^oss of Grain and Lumber Moose .law. Juno 20.-Bandits sot five to the Farmers' Trading Company and grain elevator, causing a foss of three thousand bushels of grain and a million I'eet ot lumber; gagged the manager, Charles Hill and relieved him ot $1500 al Craik, �Sask., last night. Finns had been n'ade for tho tire and robbery as the tire department e'ngiiie had boon put out of commission and an automohilc was waiting .so that the men could make their escape. �Hill was carried half a mile away, then bound hand and toot and thrown into a ditcli. He managed to tree lilm-self'and returned to Craik giving the ninrm. He thinks that Germans sot the fire a.s ho heard one ot them talking German. A posse is In pursuit of the bandits, it is reported that they are making for the boundary. COUNCIL OPTilSTIC Paris, J\iuo 20.- (Havaa Agoncy) - TaNfing to th'o parliamentary army commission today on the military sit-untlon, Bremiov Clemeneoau alluded to the American military effort which he said was being constantly sustained, which was rosuUlug In tho steady and sate arrival in Franco of large numbers ot .'\merican relntorcoments. He spoke also of new decialona made by tho British government regarding measuros to bo taken during the next enemy ottensive and on the situation as regards the defense ot Paris. Leon Abrami, imder secvolavy for effectives ot the war department, gave details ot tlie military strength ot the Entonlo, and his revelations, together with the statement made by tho proiuior, had a most roassurlng effect upon the commission. The members ot the coinmission say L'Uonimo Llb�ivlUfsoop lu'lnK iibout nuiusr-ical'souttUtv^-Wllh'tp enemy. 4favorite flavor-California Fruit-in ADAMS, the moat popular and largest selling confection in Canada. Yoi^ll Bee it everywhere, prominently displayed in all kinds of stores. You'll enjoy it anytime, particularly -%vhen you crave something tasty and refreshing. Prominently displnyod tn stores every where Also ADAMS (tho original) TUTTI FRUTT) GUM CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO. LIMITED A ADAMS Y, _ EurelChe'.�inVQwn^ A , -t ^.-^^.;*v*�,4�-**j(�,>.*,>-'..Y-.> 74 2007 07 ;