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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 l PAGE EIGHT THE LETHIMIDGi; DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. MARCH 7, 1JMH J 1 _ ) Ottawa, March 7. - It is suited {hat; the details of tho organisation which NAME NEW SENATOR FROM NEW BRUNSWICK Ottawa, Mar. 7. - An order in council appointing Mr. Irving Todd to the New Brunswick vacancy in the senate caused by the death of Senator Gilmore. will be signed by his excellency the governor general today, it is understood. Mr. Todd, who belongs to St. Stephen, N.B., is s Libera) supporter of the union government. GT. BRITAIN IS � o * o * * * * o�U 1 ti AO The time for filling in fornix by indiv. i KILLED \T FT. WORTH Tendon. Mai-, 7. - Croat Hritain's I Joans to her allies uj) to February j S totalled � 1,264, Ow.OM, Ami vow Uonar ' Law. chancellor of the exchequer, un-j tiotmced in the house of commons to- ACTIVITY ON THE VERDUN FRONT .Paris, March 7.- Continued activity on the Verdun front, whore heavy artillery fighting and raiding operations have been, in progress for several days, is reported in today's official communication. ? ? $� > ij. �2� A* *l* *l* ** * ** & *tf uluals Riving information as to imcj amount of income was extended some time ago Yn>m February l\S as provided in the legislation of last session, , , nr.til March I ^hose motaer kves at Presco t. Qzu __. _ . _ _. > was killed this morn ins when he tried 1 ; j make a landing. . lie was flying Nelson is to have a eider factory, j with an instructor at the time. The the promoters anticipating a big de- j latter in the back seat, was uninjured, mand for th:s wholesome beverage { Hurlburt is the thirty-sixth cadet kill-now that prohibition is in force. led here. day. Loans, to the Dominions reached hue sum of ��lMt,0Oi>,U00. The national debt at. the eud of the* financial year, the chancellor said. Per; Worth. Texas. Mar. 7. - Hurt on [ would not exceed �S,lUi0,CGO.O00. Hurlburt. Royal Fly hie: Corps cadet, j The average daily expenditure from : the beginning of the financial year up; to February p. Mr. Imnar L.av set forth, was � ti.557,000. The chancellor moved a vote of credit of �1*00,000,000 bringing up the total since the outbreak of the war to' THE FINLANDERS STEAMER ASHORE AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE Will you have a cup of Tea with us ? Really you should take this opportunity of An Atlantic fort. Mar. 7.-A steamship, the Susquehanna, believed to 1 have been the vessel ot that name 1 owned by the Ureal Lakes Transit j Corporation, went ashore today on the j coast near this port. Coast guard vc*- J citers removed the thirty-seven mem- ! s hers of the crew.; The vessel is not] ! thought to be in danger of breaking J j up. Tugs have been sent to her aid. ' The 00 on, the building ex-of the government measure to provide elusive of machinery, tools, and new cities with u wider scope for taxation | machines ready for shipment to the in order to assist them in relieving : northwest which will make the total their financial difficulties. j loss several times the above figures. The loss is partly covered by insurance. Automatic phones are now in opera-i tion at Swift Current. U took just thirty seconds to'change from the old to the new system and to dispense with the services o,f the "hello" girls. Your > *> > *>>>* > > o Notice has been given of examinations to ha held under the provisions of f\e mines act, as follows: Third Class Certificatt-Taber, April 23; Lethbridge, April 24; Blairmore, April -20. First and Second Class Certificate, Blairmore and Lethbridge. May 1UU. GEDDES OR PREMIER NOT RESPONSIBLE AMERICANS REPULSED HUN ATTACK �aris, Mafe 7. - An official statement issued today by tlie > French war office announces the & repulse of German raiding > forces on trenches held by Am-> ericans on a new sector in Lor-> . raine. ? V * �  * �T� >  �. % *t� �> > London, Mar, 7.-Whether Sir Krie Oeddes. first lord of the admiralty, waslight or wrong, in dismissing Admiral Jellieoe fron^ the post of first sea lord, be had done what he considered best in the interest of the country, Andrew Honar Law declared in the house, of commons today, us Spokesman for the government in reply to criticisms of the first lord's action. He added: "Tho. premier has r.ssured me privately that he had absolutely nothing to do~wifh anything that has appeared in the press regarding Admiral Jellieoe. and that the suggestion was entirely unfounded that any member of the government, either the premier or Sir Kric Geddes. had taken such a despicable course." I* e more satisfactory results when selected from our stock-because vou have the largest assortment In Southern Alberta to choose from. Having been supplying your wants for years we know the SHOES you Being FOOT SPECIALISTS we can give your feet proper attention as STYLE � f 4 \ shoe to FIT, requirements which assure comfort and more wear to LISTEN TO THIS! SAYS CORNS LIFT RIGHT OUT NOW 4 f * I i * i Plain colors are best for spring- black, srev. dark b will b We � Corner of 3rd Ave. and 7th St. S. Sherlock Building Ton reckless men and -women who , are pestered with corns and who have I at least once a week invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood, poison are now told by a Cincinnati authority to i:se a drug called lr^e.-r.me, which tho moment a few drops are applied ! to any corn, the sorenes.i is relieved i.r.nd soon the entire corn, root and ail lifts out with the ttu^or.s. NOMINATE DR. LOVE ] FOR MODERATOR j Broekville, Out., Mar. ".-Rwv. Or. Love, of St. Andrews, Que.. lias been' nominated by the Uroekville, Presbytery as moderator of the next general assembly Uev, W. I). Held, of Montreal, was nominated moderator of the Montreal and Ottawa synod. The presbytery declined to endorse the action of certain presbyteries in appoint-J ing iv new professor to the college in j Montreal. PEERS ARE "HUMILIATED" Peeress May Be Voter But Her Husband Cannot Loudon. Feb. 27. - A peeress gets the vote but her husband being a It is a siiVkv ethe/compound which j peer.- does not. dries the moment it~ in applied and {simply shrivels the corn without in-( flaming or even irritating the sur-j rounding tissue or .skin. It is claimed i that a quarter of an ounce ot freezone will cost very little at any of the clriv.; To rectify this anomaly Lord Karrei moved in the hotine of lords, when ] the lords dealt with the Fi Jiiciii.se bill on report stage, tho insertion of words to make the term "man" in the bill include any peer. "1 cannot imagine acres, but.' is sufficient to rid ooY's anything more humiliating." he said, i feet of every herd or. soft corn or callus. You are further warned that cutting at a corn i., a suicidal habit.-Advert isn't what you used to be It's what you are today / Business repil&iion, like an almahac, is only useful if its kept up to date. Last years reputation and last year's almanac are musty by-gones. We Are "Now" Tailors We do not ask you to buy from us on our past reputation* but on our present service. Our line for spring, 1918, is larger and more complete than ever before; our service is more nearly faultless. WE WANT AN OPPORTUNITY TO PROVE IT. T. C. RIDPATH Tailor to Men and Women 5th St Phone 730 Lethbridge, Alta I "than for jl member of your lordships' house to sec his wife voting while lie himself is treated as an idioi! or a felon." ' "I thought it possible some such proposal would be made." said I-ord i Peel. ,-l udmit the curious anomaly, but there is a common law provision against p*:er:< \oTing for members of tlie house of commons, because they have certain special privileges, one of them the rlKhUto review measures hi i this house." Me mentioned another j anomaly: a bishop keeps his vote on joining thr Kpiscoi.il bench but loses it when his turn comes to sit in tho ho'usft of lords. The government did not. take a rl^ld line on tho amendment, but Lord Perl counselled its withdrawal in view of the somewhat privileged position of peers. Tho am e n d m e n t w as negative d without a division. ADMIRAL PRAYS THR?E DAYS * ___ Chief of United States Navy Attended Three Days' Mission r Montreal. -- in connection wiili tho opening of a two weeks' mission in St. Patrick's church bore last night, Uev. Father Joseph <;. Fleming, of the New York Apofc'tolate, stated that Admiral Bynson. chief of staff of the United States navy, attended a three days' n-ission at Gverbrook, Pa., in August last. "iihiU'uUed with the greatest responsibility ever imposed upon one American," said 'Father Fleming;, "Admiral Benson, by retiring from the - world for three days' mediation and prayer, alone with Eternal Wisdom, unquestionably put on tlie bvc-tistplale, of righteousness and the sword of trui h. in preparation for tho great, work before him. Mis country, as well as /Ulmiral Menson, will be the gainer by those few days spent in nraver with the Lord of lint ties." \ 30 PAIRS ONLY, PILLOWS Itegulation size. Regular $2.25. Friday and Saturday, pair.......................................... 1.69 20 PAIRS ONLY, ALL FEATHER PILLOWS Regulation size. Regular $3.50. Friday and Satur- day, 2.99 CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER KID TOP LACE BOOTS Classic make, wide fitting. A splendid boot for dress wear. Sizes S to 10%. Regular price $3.50. Friday ami n OQ Saturday.......................................... /*�03f LADIES' PATENT LEATHER BLACK POPLIN 10 inch cloth top laco boots with Cuban heels, lhedium short vamp:'A very dressy and serviceable boot for street wear. All sizes. Regular price $8.00. Friday and jk qq Saturday....................... TI� JJ/ MEN'S PATENT LEATHER BLACK POPLIN F Cloth top bals, Knglisti last. Goodyear welted solea. Sizes .to 10. This is an ideal boot for dress or street wear, o HQ Regular price $7.50. Friday and Saturday----........�J��f 5f MEN'S CRAVANETTE COATS Guaranteed absolutely shower proof in assorted %'fk QA colors. Sizes 36 to 44. Kegular $12.50. Special.....' lU��f�f 12 ONLY, BOYS' ALL WOOL JERSEY SUITS Color brown. Sizes 26 and 28. Regular $5.5*V n QQ Special ........... ..........................."... /fH WEEK END PACKAGE Adams Chiclets, candy coated gum. Regular 30c r value. On sale Friday and Saturday ............... 20c PAULINE DELICIOUS KISSES The more you eat the, greater the treat. 7 packets, �p regular :15c. Friday and Saturday ................... &DC r ASSORTED CREAMS Delicious- flavor. Regular value Sue. Friday and Saturday, lb.................... * 4 * # *  # # 20c GANONG'S, PAULINE AND ROBERTSON'S CHOCOLATES Fruit flavor and hard ami nut centers. Regular 80c and 75c lb. Friday and Saturday, lb................... 40 c CLEARING ALL LINES OF DRUG SUNDRIES Cream of Roans, Cream of Violets, Liquid Shampop, Peroxide Cream. Nail Polish and Toe Komfort. 25c and 35cT ..Clearing.Friday and Saturday, each ................. 10c SOFT AND HARD REAL BRISTLE TOOTH r BRUSHES Kegular 25c lines. Friday and Saturday, each 15c BRISTLE HAIR AND CLOTHES BRUSHES Regular 50c values. Oh sale Friday and Saturday, each 25c LITTLE DARLING AND LITTLE DAISY HOSE  In cream, black, sky, red or tan. On sale Friday (JA and Saturday, per pair 35c, 40c, 45c and ............ JvC 200 YARDS, 9.4 SHEETING Full 80 inch. Good heavy quality. Regular 75c. value. On sale Friday and Saturday, yard.......... 49c _ F HEAVY ENGLISH PILLOW COTTON y 4i inches and 40 jpcIiph, circular, sold everywhere op 50c yard. Friday and Saturday, yard................. ODC Don*t fail to read our advertisement in this issue detailing bur New Spring Frocks It is too good to miss. / ( 35 ;