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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918 tttk Limromnr,� &m:x hf�mtj� TO GIVE PUBLIC 10 E Owing to the vary important war news which is breaking today, and the poatibillty that the news of the signing of the armistice may arrive at any t|me, the Canadian Press has arranged to keep Its leased wire service open until one o'clock Sunday morning. It will open again at nine o'clock Sunday morning, and ir> the meantime, should the big news break it will be sent over the C.P.R. commercial telegraph wires. The Herald has arranged that It will be protected on the news both on the Canadian Press leased wire Into our office and also on the C.P.R. commercial telegraph wires, anH no matter when the news of the* signing of an armistice breaks, an extra will b* published immediately. , SCHOONER IN DISTRESS (By VV. G. Calos). 'H ''"'"�try to the subject. True | prompt signing of the armistice will announced. And it is difficult to see.' ^mc of the. most prominent American ; prevent the allies from entirely clear-even if decided on, how it could be industrial and financial leaders, as j,g French territory of enemy troops put into etrect on anything like an well as economists, aro moving in this , before the peace negotiations begin, i adequate scale until parliament has direction; but the whole'nation has] The French are now in the rear of neon consulted. This means delay, hut !,RBn �'�l>sorbod in the work of, tho Gorman lines all along the front, it is inevitable. The government has no sweeping mandate on this .subject as it has ou war questions. evon now staring the country In the face It Is time that the public began to think seriously of them. But It is very much to bo doubted whether it Finds Cure for Rheumatism After Suffering Fifty Years! Now 83 Years Old -Regains Strength aid Uagis at 'URIC ACID' launching its huge hurry-up program | This indicates that whatever may be that, there has been very little time the outcome of the armistice iieb-otla-to think of anything else. Nor is that tions, a further important, retirement Since recohBtruction problems are ! P"*rani "B,far T'y "H, H lot ,pf the German forces may he expected, nn nnu.- .#omin-| I Ions and India were represented, as _ I wll ;is by Ihe Imperial war cabinet. | itself. The Australian government, London, Xov. 9.- (Renter's) The for reasons of a domestic character, press bureau has issued the following: 1 was. not represented. The statement by Premier Hughes of Australia that the term night* of wtilk without puln; my tumds wvrc so ,ore and itttt J could i:et Bold a P�n. But now I am again in ie:tl\a l.uslno^s mid run \vn'\ wlUi ,-asn er writ,* k!I iluj \fllli comfort. Krivmla ai�; hiti-I titled at [lie chime*'." - I HOW IT HAPPENED.* ' Mr. Anbelmnn Ih only on* of th.iusnnda fmfl',r>'d for yt'iw^, owiu% to tli�, m-n-H;il txjlitf 111 Die old. false t)l>ory that "I'rlc Acid" Caimi'.-i rliniiiiiatlHin. This vr-roiiuous hcllef Iniluceil mm niul |i?,-lon.~ of Ofirortunato men and women to lain* wren*; ticulnicntrt. \ou inlKlit Ju*t a* well attempt, to nut out a lire with oil  to try ,'in/t i;r.l rid of your rliouiiintij-ii!, lourltU. null llli" crnnplalntn, by tuklo.; lii'itlW-nt r-iipl'itcd to ilrlve itrlc Aclit out of your blooil ami body. Many phy�|cln nml silotitlHtH now Know tbnt Vrlr. Act.! never did, never can and never Will cuueo undnriaken. Two proposals more into their confidence and tell relattnR to it are now before con-just how things have beon kept. goinK, Kress. One. embodying the Democra-especially during the last three years, viuw- for the appointment of there In grave danger that a lot of il ,,0,1>' to wl"> matters np- people may make the mistake of trv- Pmntod by the president; whereas the In* to solve after-the-war problem* bv Uepubllcau proposal is that congress applying to them views derived from Nliould create tin- body ami make ap-before-the-war conditions. If they "ointments. So altogether American start in on reconstruction problems opinion is pretty much up In the air from this standpoint the whole coun- �n tnls subject. Iry will suffer. .Stability of conditions i It is improbable thai either Canada must, as far as posalble, b*o assured. ' or the 1'nited States will have an on-A people that Is Investing as heavily tlrely free hand in forming a recon-as Canadians are lu national bonds structlon policy. The war efforts of will insist on this. j the allies have so inter-locked their Canada, can solve her reconstruc-! industrial and financial interests that, (ion problems Just as she solved her 1(1 s0"1" extent, common action in Ueal-wur problems. If five years ago any lng with after-the-war conditions person bad predicted that by tho fall would seem to bo inevitable. In tho of lflis over COO.OOO meu would be en- shaping of a policy national consldera-rolled In an expeditionary force his llonit wm, of course, predominate, but sanity would havo been called in quos- �"� '� safe in saying that the old potion. Now the country that bus so Hey of endeavoring to capture trade well equipped and trained for war this ft �" costs, regardless of the effect large numbor of men will see that � neighbor, especially If tho nelgh-ihey are returned to the peaceful pur- �or he u member of the allied group, suits from which they came, lint tho will not prevail to the extend it did problem will tuke time to solve, it before, the war. Conditions over a t-----.....------- --------. | largo portion of the world are In such .a... I" l� will demand that they vonr scalp �Tll not Itch, but what will with reconstruction problems, I please you most wll be after a .tew which means that without delay they These statementri may Hoem strange 1 weeks' uso, when you see now hair, Kll�11111 consider ull tho facts in any to some folks, becuuse nearly all nut-1 fine and downy at first-yea-but real-l way bearing Q" "'o subject. ferers linvu all along boen led to be- ly now hair--growing ull over the--� "~ lieve In tho old "Urito Acid" humbug, scalp. | Swift Current mid Gntvelbourg It took Mr. Ashelman fifty years to I A little Danderine Immediately will bo connected by railwuy tho tlrst fiud out this truth. Ho leurned how 'doublet; tho beauty of your hair. No thing next, spring, to got rid of the true cause of bin difference how dull, faded, brittle and rheumatism, other disorders and re- scraggy, just moisten a cloth with cover his strength from "Tho Inner Dandorino and curefully druw it .MyalerioB," a remarkable book that is through your hair, taking ono small i now being distributed free by an au-' strand at a time. The etfeot is im-' thority,who devoted over twenty years mediate and amazing-your hair will to the icientlfic study of this trouble, be light, fluffy �nd .wavy, and have ,)f any reader of Tho Herald wishes a an appoarance of abundance; an in-copy pf this book thul reveal* start- comparable lustre, toftoosH und lux-Jjng facte overlooked by doctors and uriance, the beauty aud suimmor of clentlate tor centuries past, simply true bair health, end a poitoard or letter to H. P.j Oet a small bottle of KnowUon':! Clearwater, 223B Street Hallowell, > Danderine trogy any drug store or M�lne, and it will bo sont by return tollot counter, and prove that your mail without any charge .whatever.! hair Ih us pretty and soft as any- Send now! You may never get this j that it has been neglected or injured opportunity ut^in. If not a sufferer hy cureless treatment. A small trial yourself, hand this good news to tttuto.'bottle wlll double the beauty of your t';liote|flWCHO "Hncnor Doni IR aldson 'Maid aad C*,g� SwtUv, NEW YORK BOSTON MONTREAL Til �"NOON LIVERPOOL QLASCOW EilSTOL ler all luromiKiui.�t,ri�louysioarAacau Or to COMntNY'S OFFICE, SeaN lUei 270 MAIN HTHKK'I. WINNlrr.G CornsJLift Off Doeen't hurt a bit to lift any corn or callus off with finger*. that the Germans have been driven 64 miles farther from Parh and the territory they occupied in Krance has boen reduced from 1(1,000 square miles to lesii than 2,500. The American 1st army under Oen. Pershing has advanced 30 miles in the last eight days. Gon. March characterized tho publication of the erroneous announcement of the armistice as very bad for the military program of the I'nited States, for instance, lie said. In New York the stevedores who were engaged in loading very essential supplies for the expeditionary forces stopped work and did not return at ail on thai day pr the next day and army food shipments were thus delayed. In commenting on this incident, the chief of staff made the statement that the army would be in France for some time even when peace is declared. th" u~e of foreign languages al any meeting or assembly hai been modi-fled .�o as to provide that the use of a foreign language is permissablo for the purpose of informing those attending, who do not understand either the Kuglish or the French language, of the nature of liie proceedings. No humbug! You trulv! can lift off every hard corn, soft cofn or corn between the toes, as well as hardened calluses on bo!-tom of feet without ono bit of pnln. A genius in Cincinnati discovered freezone. It is an ether compound and tiny bottles of this magic fluid can now be had nt any store for n few cents-. Apply several drops of this freezone upon a tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly all soreness disappears and shortly you will find the corn or calluu so shrlvolod and loose that you lift it oft with the flng-[ers. You feel no pain .while applying freezone or after-wards. Jutt think! No more corn or calluses to torture, you and they go without causing one twinge of pain or soreness. Ladies! Keep a tiny bottle of freezone on the dresser and never let a corn or callus ache twice.-Advert. | TJm Quick Way to f + Stop a Coiwh t Tltlt bamr-mad* work lu u huriy. afaalljr pr�-imred, aud mvh oat fa. 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