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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE ' LETHBRIDGE DAILY, HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 1,1918 FAIERS PROTES IIING NEEDED s\iltpcl from (ilfforoiu'cs wUh the mil?-isU'i- of lal):ir, liu statcl tliat at no lime \v.i .serviips by ;lio mini.sJtjr of jnsiii'c and it no I inn- was ihe (iiio^riun ot author-ily conslilcriMt. "l took i\u\ position assuming tiiat I was to bo tlie siipn^'no dictator in my (Ifpartiuent," he salii. "\o Iftw.rnr can submit to dictition as to the nietlioii in wbitli lie .Kliall londucl liis ('�u case." WHAIILLCIIY DO NOW ex W. tite tueotlrtg i�ml^c(l toihWleil py Mayor A|ll^on. wlitf iflresldCtf. ' }>fr. ll. l.pea, prosUUMil of tlto Hod TrlthiKlo toininlttco of tills dislrlit. and Mr. N'awconibu ot Calgury, who ia organiz-ing 'ho cnmpaign,through lUla co:i-atituency. Us woU lis tho speaker, whre on tho plutfonu. After a very brief uddress by the Chairman. Mr. New-combe cxplnineil. that situ'o we hiive previously luid a. campal.nu for this most worthy cmuse, and shown such a Kenulne interost. that it would not be necessarj- to go Into tho outlinln;^ of the work, and that he only wished lo Mr. OTommr said liJ was at present ^ . .-i ci �. i ......-...... en^axi'd in the proformauce. ot other : Cannot Drain it rurtherso May add. that into every nook and corner of tliis^nd every constituency ot-the Uominion of Canada the Ked Triangle workers Intended to find their way. judicial services and that there wa,o pii.^itlvely no chance of Ids poiiig back to the labor department. Conscrvino Food. Toiichin!; on Ihe question of food. .Mr. O'Connor said there are two moth FHriiier.s ~thronKlio\ii Camilla who fire endeavoring lo iiici'ea�L' produc-tilon want the Doaiini.ni g.iver;iincnl to make'some'ruling which w !il present taking experienced aial iiard-I'-orking farnier-.i oft th.olr fanes, ar.,1 liotitions from varioui! parts cf the i...... ...... . country r.ro boin'.; iient to i):tawa prny- oda ot ronserviii;: food. One way was j Park Lakr Inf; for retief in Uil: ilirecti-jn. The I to raise the prices of coniniodltles to j which occupied t!i Mih- I.-.ical i;.K..-\. i auc'.i an extent tliat tlie people wuild the first Southern .-Ml'Trta farmers'| he force.l lo re.iiice con-;iimpllon. ''� to increase pro- file turning i of th;i white of iiivestigatiou npnn laisiness In general had uo doubt ,' lielpeil to keep some people hone.^t. although"!:! his recent e.xh.nnstive In-i ijuhy inio Uie profits ot cold storage They als.i he had finind out of lio eoiiipanies e.\ Lei it Stand-Arranse For Band Conceiis 0 Ptc. Goodfcllow Gets it Twice- Others on Casualty Lists For the second time Ptc. Wi^lter Goodfollow Tff Taber, has been wcuind-ed In action, according to the ca.sualty hearty applause as he rose, to speak, liKiiL what to do with llendccson and during the reni.tlnder of the time ("apt. Pearson was greeted with | lists. He was wounded about a year tlie first isoutlieni .Aieeria lariuci.- | in: luici-.i m ii...in-lief that chemicals could be generally speaking, j found v.hich v.ould not only kill the d;.-!inct. who are practical, enei-getic and liard-working farmers be CTUcell-cii and that ilie lea\e of absence in ilieir cases b;- lefi in force as formerly cranted .-Several farmers have xnUl the Herald of hardships which ti-'-y ivii! have to undergo If their .sons, ivin� are ;;ieir loainstays on the farm, are tak-rn. and licclate th.at i-e,!;ned acreages inns: tile ej-.fo u. thi-ir (.ises. The chief protf.fi is iha; the or.ier lip.s c;;:ne at a time wlien ir are;'.!ly disorganizes ari:iiigt!ments o-.i til" farms. , have gotttu away irom the old prac- ' weeds but purify the water and point-lice of conduct ing their business along ! ed out that in .Minneapolis and other cities of the States copper sulphate is used in small quantities in the reservoirs of tutor plants to keep down the weeds and at the same time clarify the water. He tliought tha'. .S1�0 spent in introducing a copper sulphate so-lutimi into the lake, and thou leaving a b.ir of sulphate in the dit^'h through 0' ten per cent, trading.' said Mr. Ol?ou-nor. "Tlie percentagt- now is com-ideiely reversed, and the ma.iorlty of liie lonipanies are trading to the ex-:T.t of ninety pei- cent "Vou are paying excess prices for eggs lor ex.iniplc. simply because the i individual buyer 1* competing with I xvhicli the water flows into tl;.' lak the storage? having an imuieuse cap- woultl solve tho problem. Certain da-ital. .\t the present time ilie com- ta which the city has abou; the use o: coiper sulphate for sucli piuposes out '.he country at the prevailing will b- gatiiere.! togethc.-. and if the Iiricfcs in ouautities sufficient last ! scheme looks at all feasible it will them for ten. montiis. April eggs will i be tried. last longer than others and con.ic-i .\s for ridding the lake of the weeds ciutntly th" houselioldev nexL Clirisi-; at present in it. it is tliought lust to us will buy eggs gathered n(.>v .i.i 1 ']::'.,-� the noiinai price plus th:> cost of I storage and �tlie margin placed upon ; t'.cu' by the storage compa:iy. With''' leave it stand empty Cor another mouth, and that an effort ought to be made to get rid ot the weeds in the undrained part. Commissioner Grace nil tills coniretiri.)n eggs would now, thongiit harrowing the drained por- be selling i.nr about :;'> cents a doren." �''oroato. .May 1.-Nofv.-itlistuudiivg | fLli the eifortp to conserve wheat, flour i ? and fi-od. for .'-.ome reason during Feb-, : niarv the consuniplion exceeded Ihatj-:-ol .huiuary. dO( lar-?d \V. F. O'Connor. : latf cost "of lir'ng commissioner for I : tht Dominion when intervievecr by a . ? local papei' today. Wiien asked if his resignation re- j : RECORDS BROKEN Washington. May 1.-All records for number of subscribers to Liberty Loans were broken today when treasury returns sliowed that approximately twelve million persons have bought bonds of the third is-' sue. Total subscriptions wore sent about $:',500.i.H'0 by early reports. HOW TO END CORNS TEMPOHARf ch Way for You ? A'Dove are pictured thrc= v/ays to treat corns. Blue-jay the most certain. It isNsafe ana gentle. Yet the unknowing ones experiment with harsh, mussy liquids or the dangerous razor. ! These two ways are temporary. But Blue-jay is scientific. The spot of mecjicated wax, discovered by a (jreat chemist, soothes ^7hile it �works. Place a Blue-jiy Plaster on your throbbing corn tonight. Relief is instant. The soft felt pad stops the pain by relieving the pressure. In 48 hours the medicated wax has saturated the com - undermined it to its roots - and it comes off painlessly, completely. Na-ttire responds quicldy "tQ such a gentle, corrective treatment. Hardly a cotTi car. reiist. Of course once in a while there is an old stubborn com which requires a second or third application. But such are rare. Blue-jay Plasters are made by Bauer & Black, the great surgical dressipg house. Try a Blue-jay Plaster now. Join the pain-free thousands who rely on Blue-jay. Once you know Blue-jay, you'll never consent to have a corn again, nor to coddle it with temporary ways. The cost is slight, th-i ap-_ plication simple. Remember, we promise immediate relief and a defenseless corn. Blue-jay Plasters are sold by all druggists- 2Sc per package. Also B 1 u e - j a y Bunion Plasters, tion would help. However it appear.s to be the council's intention to turn I the water into the lake in about a ,j, 1 month. Commissioner Freeman de-I elates that there will '.le little trouble jwith weeds this year, and on account of the fresh water the lake will be much more pleasant for swinunlug and boating. -More sand tor the kiddies' beach X has also been .suggested, and Mayor ,IHardie thought this could be provid-ed very cheaply by using the garbage .t.'truck for hauling it from the river as Xithe box is made especially 4'or that I imrpose. It could be used for haul-} ing sand before the now truck body j arrived. * I Duriug tlie discussion of ths lake drainage, it was stated that mil|ious of tiny fish had gone down the sewer, and Commissttiner Freeman intimated that, in passing the water through the sewage disposal plant the fish had clogged the distributing arms of the I plant. I Wants City To Takj It. : ,Ios. tlillespie. who owns the pavii-I ion at the lake lias written the conn-; cil suggesting that ti;ry take over tiie liroperty. Commissioner Freeman has been instrircted to prepare an estimate of tlie value ot the pavilion and [be boat" belonging to Jlr. Gillespie An arrangement has been made with the city band for concerts during tlic summer at Gait Gardens and i-Iender-.'lon Lake and the city is placing $1000 I In the estimates to cover the cost.' This will be paid out in instalments as the band satisfies the city that it is living up to its promises. origin having come from where it may. Capt. Pearson tilso empbaslze.l the fact, that^tlie .'\thle.tic supplies, writing supplies, hot drinks,, and whatever food can be supplioil to the lino ot battle, concerts, movies, etc. are supplied fieely" to all men alike. And that the great handicap has been, that the supply has not always niPt the demand. His closing remarks wore curt and very much to the point. "No do.ibt you have felt that you luive liad campaign after campaign, but until this war is ended you are going to still have campaign after campaign. And don't forget, that the lioys who went from here have had campaign after campaign. They have had Ypres, Somme, Verdun, Viiny Uidge. Lens. C.'iinbrai. Passcliondnolo and so on. cleai'' down the line, ana they " have n\?ver faltered. I will read to you an address from Gen. Currie and you re member tho words of Gen. Byng when he bade adieu to tho Canadians on his leaving to take command of the British "rd division." it is because of you, because ot your great valor, because you have always gained your objec five and held it. that I have been called to this important ^lost." The Canadians there ar^ doing their part, and � be Canadian who gets off with only giving money, is geillug off niighty lucky and lightly.' After the singing of the national anthem the speakers left hurriedly for Cowley, where they were to address a meeting at nine o'clock. I. O. O. F. Anniversary The ntnii Anniversary of the 1. 0. O. F. was commemorated on Sunday evening last by the local lodges ^of I O. O. F. and Uebekalis attending service in the United Church. The pastor. Rev. ,J. X. Wilkinson's sermon being most impressive ami appropriate, having taken for his text, the familiar words of "Hear ye one an-^| other's burdens." Tlio music of tho service was very inspiring, and especially pleasing wai the rendering of the ant^m by the choir. After the seiLvice the members of the order gathered in the lodge-room, where most hearty Appreciation was ago. and has again been only rec*tly. wounded. Several men who enlisted at Leth-bridge. but whoso homes are elsewhere have appeared in the casualties us foUov.-s: Ufcd ot wounds. Gunner Ernest Parker, next ot kin England. Wounded, Pte. Prescott. next ot kin, England; wounded. Pte. Cecil Dixon, next of kin IJngltmd; seriously wounded, Pto. Wm. Moses, next ot kin, Toronto; wounded, Driver Edhin. next of kin Clarcsliolni.X Believed killed. Corp. llcdman. Pii((dicr Creek; wt.Lnded, Lieut. .lacksou. Pincher; Pie. Lawsou, Maclcod. and Sergt. Pattoii, Blalr-more. - USE BELLS IN BELGIUM. New 'H'ork, May I.-The Gorman governor of BclRlum has Issued a doeren calling for a Hat of all bolls v/elghing over 20 pounds as well as all organ pipes In Belgium and It Is intended to take them away to bo made into gnus, according to a statement IbbuoiI here lant uight. by Scitator Henri Lii^ fontaino, president ot the cJtccuttva commtttoe of the Society for Gifts tot!, Belgian Soldiers. exoressed of the interest shown by Mr. Wilkinson, the choir, and the members of the church In making tho anniversary service one to be long rememborod. DOCTOR SAYS YINOL IS m BEST TONIC Honest Opinion Doctor Gave His Patient Bedford, Ohio.-"I was in a pitiful condition, weak, , nervous and run down so I could not do my housework. I had doctored for years and tried everything under the sun. A friend told me about 'Vinol. I asked my doctor about it, and he replied, 'It certainly is the best medicine that can be had today. I couldn't give you any better.' I took it, and today I am as well and strong as any woman could wish to .be, and it was 'Vinol that saved me."-Mrs. Frank A. Hor-.^ key, Ash St., Bedford, Ohio. �We guarantee this famous cod liver ftnd iron tonic for all such conditions. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldge Also at the best druggists in Alberta towns. ^ PATHE excels all others'In the fccording and rcproduc-* iiig of oicliustral ticlcclioiis,'' Ptillid- orchestral records arc"^not niiidc Vi'ilh the tissual 'unsatisfactory thin orclicstni of ten or twelve per-fornicrri, l.Hit with n full complement of forty or lifly artitUs. The result: is ;i rich, nicllow, nalurtil ami satisfac-. lory rendition of your favorite airs. J.i.sten to the thousand and one little tu'listic embellislmienls running through a Pathe orchestral numlicr -the i)eatiliful euphoniuni obligatos, the dehcait}/ introduction' of the plaintive oboe, the sweet blending of the reeds, the tirlislic balance of the strings, the masterful building up of climaxes, ;ind the itiagnificence of the' tout^eiiKcmblc. The living orchestra is before you. While to obtain the hesi results tlicy should be played on the Palhcphone, with the I'atlic' .Sapphire Ball, all other makes of instruments can be easily adaptccl to play rathe' Records. ' . LOCAL DEALERS HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE IN GIVE LIVES ; Others Are Wounded-Capt, ! Pearson Speaks on Work i At the Front For Cornss 5 1 HISH HEELS PUT COBNSONIOES Tell Women How To Dry Up Corn So It Lifts Out . Without Pain, Oh! its Beastlv Hot, and rm so Thirsty, Wish I had a Glass of =-==9 (Ki'om Our Own Co�T0.tooni5ent> i IMiiehcr Creek, April 30.-Some gar dealiiK has ulreiiuy been done, but the greater part of thlH work will-be done in the eomlnt: v.-oeka. In fact, it will I be in th'j next week or so, that our , townspeople are going to liave to show ' that they too, have cauf^ht tho spirit I that Hliould iiut every )}0.^slMle mom- � ent. uiui every muscle to the test for � further production. \ Gives His Life 1 I.aHt week the Had news eame to ! one of our widowed mothers, that her I oldest son had given his lifp tor tho eause, and the liarae ot Pte. Angus f'ontad is added to the list of those ! wjiono memory aball be invlnclblo. � Last week also brought tidings that : Pte. (leo. Marcellus who Is the yoiuig ' est son of Mr. and Mrs. .f. P. Marcel ; lus. of Fishburn, and who has been ; In the ireuehos tor twenty-oue months ' had been gassed. I 'I'lie Jackson Bros, received word that their brother, 'Ijleut. Harold .laeksoii was woiiiidodi. And lateij.ro-oeivod word from.friends in Kug-laiul, that, the left arm was frantured near the shoulder; from' u'gunSiiot v.omid. ......... Killed In Action On Sunday the dread nioHscuger again eama to our raldsf. with the sad intelligence l,hat Pte. .H.irold i.3n)lth had been killed In'acllb"- Pto.,Smitli was born in I'lucher Creek, In !Mftrch of 1891, and is the ortJy child Ot 'Air. and Mrs. Jas, Sinith, who have been lesldents here slncte the very early days. Ho wont. oVorsoas with an.Ai4-borta infantry regiment, and has b'tieii absent since the spring ot 1917. CapL Pearson Speaks, On Saturday evening, dospito the (aet that 7 o'clock is rather an incon veiileiit hour, the people of the town and (llstrha turned out eitmasse to weleoiiie and to hear Capt. Dob Pearson, Til 1'. A. , TUo Oiiura house was crowded, and Modern high-heeled footwear buckles rne toes and produces corns, and liiany of the thousands' of hospital cases of infection and lockjaw are the result of woman's suicidal habit of trying to cut away these '.jaintul pests. . For little cost there can bo obtained at any pharmacy a quarter of an ounce of a drufr called treo-sone, which is sufficient to rid one's feet ot every hard or soft corn or callus without the slightest danger on inconvenience. A few drops applied directly upon :he Render, aching-corn stops the soreness and shortly the, entire corn, root and all, lift.s right out. It Is a sticky substance,: which dries the moment it is applied, and thousands of men and women use it because the corn shrivels up and comes out without Inflaming or even Irritating thesiUToniidlnfr tissue or skin. Cut this out and try It If your corns bother you.-Advt. We Can Supply You With Absolutely the Highest Grade Paint on the market FOR INSIDE^ OR OUTSIDE WORK, Ask us about this. It's a fact. - We have everything for painting or decorating both inside or outside. C. G. OLANDER - 524 13th Street N. MSrlatff;$pe W[ Remove^ THE> Never-Failing Remedy for Appenijicstis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and |Cidiiey Stones are often paused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attaclcs of GaU Stone Colic appear. Not one ia-tea GijU Stoi)e Sufferers knows what is the trouble. Marl�tt"8 S^Kcific ^vill cure without pa|a or operation. Buy from � JACKSON & co: Driigaists, Lethbrjdge, Alta. J.W. MARLATTdCO �l OMTARIO SIV TWOHTO ^OKT. We Have^ a COMPLETE Stock of SCREEN DOORS SCREEN WINDOWS AND SCREEN WIRE CLOTH CALL AND GET OUR PIUCES HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. General (iardwarc, Plumbing and Heating Phone 762 618 Third Avenue South C23++A 75 B9D 36 B9? ?416 ;