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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 111. J.I / iUMUlX ., hAIi.V II! f.u.r. mm: TABER FARMER IS UNDER ARREST ON SERIOUS CHARGE i l ill >.(!! an I ,t l)jr. illlll i '. .\r�m :i .�:' Hi1.1 .||�trl. i. I� I ii iv. c!(l. ii Imljcii-! ilnnlli'n door In t)n� I he reimlt uT u. r.hnr.f .1 '.'iijiimi nl ArcuVn 111-, nf lion thill lllnr- nllifr, Anmt It Ik uiiilfinloiid will \,i>. charicd with nt'i'tniil'-il mnnlur, but will plead nelf-dt'ffiiiri- Purllur clntnll.M of thn shooting nf-fray Kitlhereil fiuin tin." police nfti-r tholr Investigation indicnUi thnt trouble lmn�.-> on i ho hitter's farm. I,imt lilRht, the pollen miy, Harow�!;l borrowed .Mr. Ihixn'a hlKb-powereil .27. calibre rifle �nd wont over to An-nt's house to demand that the I/Oily, woman rtituru to him. An all-nltflu RoSslon wan staged with Bar-owsli! outside and Arent fnslilo. A rent stayed In bod with tho door:, locked, while tho woman took lo the eollM' for safely. This niornim; whorl Aii'ut want outside. Ht daybreak, Jlnr-uwmXI Is nllfiiied lo have .shot at him anil mlsiuid. Aront then wont back Come In and wb will tell you sinif-thlnrc about what \t. 1). J>. ITescript km. mailt' In tho O. U. D. Laboratories of Toronto has accomplished In your own neighborhood. Tour money back unless tho first, bottln rolleves you.-^� 1). lllglnhotham &� Co.. Ltd., druggists, l.elh bridge.-Advertisement. 'ir imfhiff^f HOPE 10 GEI1,500 BOYS IN SOUTH ALTA. FOR FARMS i -.---, A nii">ilnK of those int^rr-etcd Ir, tho Soldiers of thn Soil movement wan hold i:i tho V.M.C.A. lust nlKht with Mr. H. I'. Wallace a" c h.tlroiiiii. > Mr. Wrl�ht, who is orKaiilziliK tliln work tJinnifjho'.il Canada wai proaioil and guvo !i lirlcl' akof h of tho pro j�o.�od lichnmn. Hoy.i of 15 and nvnr am Done !m-incdinli'lv j. id/ i-.'i i In i| il 11 i-iii'-ii 1 f grow; Til 0 � t lb" i- 'I'll boa n nighi sing dallo.-i t-i!i:at,. d'-nt Ma iti'mIi lllg lOO Ili'i'll need- of read',' ii br !!(! tin liiiu: pi.-; till! Ill 10 �liib/iilge had oiiit'-y ro'ind 'I rude wol lo , lO lll'TIMIlie /f Ho- dlii'riit. slry has out-ml something liiibl the city up to ol the country." ' '.'a- made at 'he geii' nil meotliii; las I In- members In dlnem-and ho'/'l aeoommo- !i l.'iiibridge. I're?l-;;ib d guilty to spend-in 'lu; past, on the lls'rlct and is now aitiMiHon to the inor �ity. ;;lxr slated that, people oti'h of the line had vi iv forcibly about the hotel i.o. 1;,! vim.' been forced to sit it i'V. ing to the lark of room ho'.-he V/oold Put Up Money ;i'i- no inii., oe�fc oorno of ' ml by the air us cess during lined admirably. This morning water, the wao cleaning the II!'' I'.-re/l product v.' lies at tbe cif. son i/f the t ii; � � what l,etbbrlrU" being forced to "from the river are shown hi f are some of t  . pumped up tow.. They ace all n, lamination. M; as due to the sib are now being b;. as the Ice in ih.-they too will h i.elhbridge wii: every household t � v'-'l '.lOtiir.ii In- �'' IIlO'iII I'l �t- �� ii,;: '> (. bookie/, we are mailing "free lo toffee huers. Write for a copy. 1�S chase & san80m, montreal The British f'olumbia Department of Labor has isbued circulars for signature by women -willing to help in berry-picking during the coming season. An extensive campaign It to be inaugurated, and the Y, W. C. A. 1b to be given control of the supply and distribution of workers. The Dominion Council sent Miss Perry from Toronto some weeks ago to help with the organization of this work and which, througih its efforts and successes in Ontario, the V. W. ('. .a. has already become familiar. TT: ft T car on an RY it just once! Ask your frit-rid to ]/_'. yen "pj!oi" open stretch. You'll like it, and will be*surprised how easiiv the Ford is handled and driven. If you have" never felt the thrill of driving your own car. there is something good in store for you. It is vastly diii'ercnt from ju~-t riuinvr being a passenger. And especially so if you drive a Ford. Young boys, girls, women and even grandfathers-thousands of them - are driving Ford cars and enjoying it. A Ford stops and starts in t rat lie with exceptional ease and smoothness, while on country roads, and hills its strength and power show to advantage. Buy a Ford and you will want to be behind i ne THE UNIVERSAL CAR Runabout - -Touring - - - Coupe---- Sedan---- Chassis.....,535 One-Ton Truck - 750 constantly. $575 595 770 970 F.O.B. FORD, ONT. Ford Garage, Dealers -A. P. Veale, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond Louis Keel : Fashion Craft Clothes Shop : 318 5th St. MEN? Of All Ages and Circum-i 11^1 v . stances~Your Spring Attire Is Here! CLIP THIS OUT Tells How to Take Soreness From A Corn and Lift It Right Out. Hospital records 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 frcezone can be obtained at little, cost from the drug store hut is sufficient to rid one's feet of ejery hard or soft corn or callus. You simply apply a few drops of this on a tender,1' achhiK corn and the soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly (he entire corn can be.lifted out, roof and all, without pain. This driiR is sticky but dries at once and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. If your wife wears liljrh heels she will be K'nil I" know of this.-Ad. There is something in the spring air which creates a desire to be out of doors, to be well dressed in clothes which accord \v:th this new season, clothes which are advanced in style. Style Without Wear, Is Worthless Our clothes are stylish, our models prove that on your inspection, and our guarantee of satisfaction under test of wear makes our clothes dependable, and we can fit any man perfectly, regardless of his figure. ^Fashion Craft Clothes $20, $25, $27.50, $30, $32.50, $35, $37.50, $40, $45 "Buy Right and You Will Buy Less" , LOUIS KEEL Fashion Craft Clothes Shop 318 Fifth Street ;