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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVKMHEH 20, T1I15 LETHBhlDGK IJAKA'jIlKRA'LW PAGE -Nov. pn" Marshall, minister o[ agriculture, announces thai ho has tlocldcU to con- HOlidale tlio poufllonu of publicity m.'esJoner and of puMU'atlonn and tlio combined' oftlco IJ-JH been uu luto of JEL.H. JlcCatg. wLo up to (ho urcseut haM.bbcu editor of 1) u bile1 all ou Cfaac, Hotchklau has been publicity rooiinlEslcmer, but Mr. llolchklan liaa found It aecceafiry to to California for hJa hoallli and loft for (he south uljout a week ago, accompanied by Mrs. nnlchklBfl. out Pain. v'ou rceklcsa moti aud wouion ivho ftro neslereil vrllli corua aud who LUVR ilt IcaHt once a week In- vltcil awful dcalli from lockjaw or blooil poison ui'c iiuiv told by it Cincinnati to use ;t Jrity tailed Irccuouc, v.'Mch Iho ir.omcut a. few Jropg arc applied to any corn, Uie Eoroucss (3 rolioved and soon the enllrc com, root anil Dllj Hflfi out the fingers. It is a ullcky Bnbalanco which dries tlic moment it Is applied and is stild to simply sliiivrl Ilia covii without inflaming or oven Irr'itallug tlio surrounding llseua or skin. It is claimed that a cjuartwr of an ounco will coat very ULllo at any of the drug Btores, but etifflclent to one'd feet of every hnnl or corn ,OL callus, Yim arc further warned Uiat cut- tine; at a com is i auK-ldal Jiabit, Advertisement. PAIUS, -Nov. will become of AY i Alori now tint Iho fighting iias ended? Commercial aviation doubtless will lie extended greatly, Imt It U a 'inea- tlon whether It will present, sufficient attraction to the men who have taken un aviation for dm to In' air fighting. The ;icro Jrom Franco up to tue present lias It- eueiJ pilot ftceiunVaud hund- red of military jjllol-i hnvo not lakcn out the aoro club's to they are cnllllcd. Inquiry among t'rendi aces' ___ that tliii jnajorlly aro young to be worry IDE about phuto ol life, aUUuufb. Borno hope liiuv civilian Avia- tion will offer sufficient carriers. Lieut. Heiie Fonokc, tho aca of aces, with 76 official victories, lias not yel decided what ho will do, but may re- main In (lift army, Sub-Lieut Nun- gcnEor. willi 41 victories lias decided lo quit ilia army. Ijleui. J.emaitro, a liar leading 133 bombing be in chars (Krorn Our Own MACLttOU, past wfek lies been colder Ima not In any way Improved llio 'tin bltuatlon. There aru an many jiow as any time ulnco Ihc outbreak. At ihu Home uf the minors aro back to duty. Oihern IL Is honed during the com- ing M'ceh, Many rases from ouUyJng dlshk'fii aro rtjmrtej, Dr. Kirk had In one house Rcmu miles out from town nine cases. In these nurac and heln liavc 19 bo BuppllrO. Heveral ratal cases durlny UHJ iwsl have been Several Mcnrionlte [ami lie a arrived during the past week and have julned Iho colony south of Maclcoci, em! avo delighted wltli Aldcrta winlc-r Tho Iiml Cro3H have ncut their Xinai siarcela to iho boys Kvcry aJdroHB was sent iu ivan Ubed nn ony'o[ llio two hundred iind Titty parcels aent out. They have a fins' on hand lor others tliat may conic iu later. Municipal uffalra in Maclood very quid, anJ whlln lliPre uns L nn the fUuitcU, no uamou aru yel inuiUlontJ, liut may come durhiK the next week. Whether (lie H'oinoji votor.i ivJll luivc a c-ainH- of an aerial li-aneport undertaking. A tlalo lor Iho school board reiiialns to younir lieulnnant, barely age, who be seen. has 11 victories, says. "All know Largo quantities of Jeyd are being tliat J will not contiuuo my law stu-Ubfppcd tn from polnls. ami I the and quality aro considered BOBDEM INVITES AN2AC BATTALIONS TO RETURN BY CANADA A special rlbiiatch to tho Calgary Ueralil from Monlreal Eaye: A Ixindyri cnbla to the Gazette "Premier llordeo Intends er- touting on Invltullon tn tlio au- (fiorltles of Auuralla and for bL least. OUR bat- lallon of each army to return homo by way ut CuiiaJn, If ihc JnvJtalloiii arc; accepted tho v.ill ho guests ol tho Dominion siycrnniont. U'lllNE, N'ov. Itosiku h'thwlmcaer, of Korc! parly fiimy, n-ho has accsptcrl ih'j iiost of Hun- lan lo Eiwlt'.orlan'l, Ing the [fiat women lo receive mich ;m appointmeitl, declared to Die AASOI-- iated rnrrosnondent toduy ihat the fooJ ot Hungary wflio "IID ere near urgent." llrjwtvrr, cil, there is some danger owing Ln Ihtf latk of coal. DiflicuUIOK in northern and southern ot lln- AusLro-Hungartan empire have vetiLtd. Hungary from iii lull amount of coal. Tlie Ju Hungary Js sucli, Madame ficliwimmcr conllnnfd, the govcrnmeiiL would Do to abide by any decision of n pc-Jicn con- ference, "no luattei' How because the government Is hejple? FRICTION JIKTWKEX JTAMANS AND SLAVS Sub'MeuL. Ilourtl Jade, 2S EUC- ceascs, iirolmuly will bava Iho least In returning to civil lltr., lie Iti a pric-st aud will resume his clerical duties. DEMES IT, very I M. JVoud, of (he Union Rink Btaff. Iflft last 'ivcck, being (o f The, first peace skutfns party ol HID season wsv.-i on Saturday, near the oulzaliou, gave an emyhattc denial and every skater was in afternoon to a story to Ihc effect. 'orni- tliiL W. Scotc, superintendent oC LGKDOX, Nov. carrying out of the provisions of (ha Ualian- Aiifitrian. an (lie oaatcrit nud j jjorlheoslrrti Adriatic has around friction aud Jealousy on tho jinn of the Jugo-SIav iJOimlations, aecrlbc Italy the ntc-nlioij of jjcr- j inaueiuly occupying lliosy vesioiih, I lililcli aru very identical with UIOKC as- sfgULit (o Italy Ijy ilie allied aKree- nient in jfllS." The Jugo-Slavs cntilcud the occupation .should have Ijcen hy mixed allied troops uiid nut solely Kov. J, A, Cal- der, inlnislcv cE innnigrfitlou and col- ir Stops Falling Out and Gets Thick, Wa.vy, Strong and' Beautiful. Your huir heconius YORK, aling coming ol pence nnd the cen- ieiuilnl of Jta inlsaionary activity, the .Methodist. Episcopal church and the Methodist Kpiscopal C'hurdi South, will hold a "world's fair of Methodism" at Columbus, OJiJo, Iron) June 20 to .luly ll, l9lSr It was anuuunccil here ]a.st night by the joiiit cent on nary cum- The program of missionary work throughout the world, which Inspector Tuc-kcr, who jtnuileralfo hai hceii rellevinfj Ihc orficer at Kd- returned to Maclcoj, Dr. Frazcr returned from Pinchcr Crcet, ivliare be ivas catlcil to during the cpidcniic, the iloclors iu IhaL town haviug victims of the dreaJ djseasc. u, ami tint B. NO MORE ARMY SHOES BROCKTON, .Mass., Xov, iJ6.--Shoa maDutactureri engaged on army con- tracls were by the wav deyartrapnt- not' to cut any more ________ _ leather fov army shoes afier tuc com- to Lo puperaununled pleilou of those in process of luanu- Kohertson, asaiatant Owing to the fact that (he prodocen. have advanced the price of milk to us we are compelled to raise the price to the consumer to the following prices; On and After Wednesday, Nov. 27th and until further notice we will sell our milk at 6 Quart Tickets or 12 Pint Tickets for or 17c single quart or lOc single pint if without tickets. '_, It costs practically as much to deliver a pint ts a quart. Cream Five tickets for One Dollar. SERVICE We endeavor to give good service and appreciate any complaints and will endeavor to rectiiy any errors or omissions. i Felger Dairy WASHINGTON', Nov.. sug gfestlon from London tbat vessels Bur it, surely get a smoll bottle of Knc-'.vltonTs Uanderlnc frotn jyny dnig. gist or toilet counter for a low cents. eurprisQ. Sccrotarv or the Navy'Dan- jour iiiiir [Becomes >vavy, inrougnoui, me worm, wnica in- nwm irasu llulfy, abumlanl and appears as soft.'Volvo un expenditure. of repdercd by Germany under iho lustrous and bcauimll as .a young will be made liy Iransportins l'P3 be to avoid (TlrJ'e "DanfJerlnc hair uatlvo TlllaEea from th-i vnr- the nBEocin' .lust try u cloth with alious foreign fields to tho bull-lings of nations sis to (heir disposition, was lilllc Dauderiue ftuii' carefully draw (the Ohio'.state exvosilion grounds. ,ceived by naval officmla .-.vlth evident your hair, taking .one small Btrand at a hmc. hair of dust, dirt nnri oil and Iu iufit a few moments 'you have doubled the beauty of your hair., Besides beautifying tho hair at otice, Danciertuc tllssalrea orcry parliclo ot dondruFf; clennBoa, purifies and Jnvlg- nrates the scalp, forerer ttopplns' Itoh- irtg arid faUlug hair. ynn -will bo after a few weekE1 uae when you actually see new niiti downy at really nev; hair Rrowlntf, all Iho If you carp for prclty, soft hair and lots iels said ihc .proposition I Sloan's rriake it tinii'ersally; bad never been mentioned to him an' preferred, 'Made in Canada, ho certain American naval rep- resentatives uad suggested no such COLLARS superintendent Immigration, will j LID given, another position, j DARTING. PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS MAMMOTH Give way before the pene- trating effects of Sloan'a J Liniment So do Ihose rlisumaijj i winger and Uie oi kmbaRo, llic nerve- in flajnmatiori pf uturitis, ihcwry nect. Ihc joint-ivrench, (he ligament sprain, the muscle slrain, and Ihc throbbing liruise. The easc'of ajiplying, the quickncis of relief, the positive results, the cleanliness, -and the economy AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY NEXT, NOV. 27th AT 285 SEVENTH AVENUE SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON, Instructed by the NORTHERN TRUSTS CO, will sell by Public Auction, as above, A quantity of surplus household FURNITURE Including: 2 brass beds complete vrllli aprtnga aod two very tino OSTERMOOR MATTRE3SE8; oak dresser-and commode; aniall table; Wflton ruff, 9x12; flno (iiiality Brussels; email rup; graaj cliolra; leather rochcr; arm ctinlr; rending iamp; hall Eervt tn turned oak. wllb large mirror to malclv; hall tree; IMtchcn table; McCLARY GA3 RANGE; clcfitrtc iron; electric toaster; linoleum; machine antl wringer; cljlld'a carrlaje; cutler and wheel- barrow; kitchen utenalls; dishes; pillows; cutblonsi eto. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED TERMS CASH PHONES AT THE COLONIAL. COLONIAL OPENS FRIDAY Commencing with a special matinee on Friday uILuiuuon st 2.20, tho new and beautiful Cotonial thea- tre will be opened. Complete shows will be given threa times daily, at 7 p.m. anil 9 p.m. TJie bill for this week end OvUl'bo headlined by Miss Ccdllo Elliott and Company in the- farcical one-act jday- "The IJuyer." The como.ly cad; ot (.lie vaudeville bill ivIU bo carod for In thu -able bands of Hurt Schafler, "That In hla clever sinRinR spe- cialty, and Al Bartle, in bis oivn ori- Sloal siriglae and dancluj ar.l. Music lovers will appreciate act of Mists a young and. beautiful so- Iira'iio, who .will be Jn several The photoplay program TviH lio splendid. Tlie Ceatufc In five aeJs win Tin "Thn Dncbc35 of with I the celebrated Broadway star, Emily AVchlen in. tbe stellar role. Good com- edy features will Elso be ad atlraction. ,Tha Colonial five piece concert or- add to the cntertalnriicnl ;-n-llh u specially orchesfrul program. AT THE EMPRESS. DENISHAWN DANCERS IN METRO PICTURE SPEND'CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Corresponding Farea to Sife, Comfortable Travel on Olher Eastern PolnLs the Created Highway Compahnitnt Observation Can, and Tourist Sleepers. Excellent acrvice. Tickets sold during December afc 'or 60 days, ExlenRlon will be granted by a payment of for each exlra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET PHONE 512 .J. E. PROCTOR. DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY, _____________ Several ol Lho famous Denishahrnvn dancers appear In claboralG scenes in "Tha Legion ot Death" a Metro Spec- ial proilucLloEV do luie, slurring Edilh Storey, which will be shown at the Empress Theatre on Friday nnd Pat- urday. The ftre the- implls-of Kuld St." Denis nnd Ted Khawu, who are well Vnowii (or their radical datico idcns. -In "TLie Legion ot tbey perform at a gala bait in an elaborate nnd raasstvo reprc-acHiIug momg In Russian Royal Palace in Pelrosrad, proccdlng tho Revolution. Most of the dancers "who appear in this Metro production have been with Ruth St. Deny and Ted Shnwn for years, and Iho of their dancing In theie scenes adds material- ly to the many nrtlslic qualities of the I picture. Those ecepcs of brilliant j court life arc ia effective contrnsi-.to iho 'stirring political events thai fol- low COLONIAL OPENS FRIDAY Willi Matinee at The Cotoni.il Playera VAUDEVILLE Miss Cecllle Elliott do in "BUYER" AL BORDE, BUD SCHAFFER JESSIE GAY ALSQ GREAT PHOTOPLAYS FEATURE "THE DUCHESS OF DOUBT" Wilh Emily Whelen GOOD COMEDIES COLONIAL ORCHESTRA.. PRICES: Matinee Daily it 2.30 25c, Children 10c; Lo Adults 50c, Chlldrtn 25c. Attend the Matinees and Avoid the Crush at Nljht. CATTLE, PIGS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. I have been, favored with instructions from MR. ALBERT R. VrOCKNITZ to by Public Auction at his farm SEC. MILES NORTHLAND 4 MILES WEST OF MAGRATH, 20 miles from Lelhbridge, on JOY. 28 At 1O O'CIock Sharp SEW CORK SSsrOM MONTREAL LONDON LIVtSPOOL CUSGOW BRISTOL 0, t, CO.MFANTS OF7ICE. Son Bicrl RUSSIA'S IN THE TRENCHES ABE HI. MORTAUZED IN METRO'S HE LEGION of DEATH STARRING EDITH REWARD for any Ecrw, alive or dsart, good or or lodllferent. found insicle the Empress Rtler It rc-openj. laid down a v' and they all uncmdi- surrendered. 1 Regislsred Perchcron Stallion, age 8 yearc, weighl 1800 Ibs. 1 Standard brod stallion, age 11 2 Rogistfrtd Perchtron 'Mares, age fi years, welQht 3200 Ibs. 2 Registered French .Draft Mares, nge B yearj, welgnt 3200 2 ReglEtered Percheron Fillies, age 2 years. 2 1-year-cld Stud Colts, eligible far registration. 2 Filly Colts, eligible for regis- tration. 1 Blaek Perchercn Mare, 9 years old, weight 1WO Ibs. 1 Team Percheron Marcc, 7 aud 9 years old, weight 2BOO Ihs. t Team Bay Percheron Mares, 5 and 6 years old, weight 2600 vlbi. 1 -f Grey Pereheron Mare, 9 years old, weight 1350 jis. 1 French DraH MareT 12 years old, weight I-WO Ibs. 1 Team Black Mares, 10 years old, weight 2400 Ibs. 1 Black Mare, 3 'years old, weight 1160 Ibs. 1 Blaek Mare, 3 years old, .weight 1250 Ibs. 1 Team Matched Young Driving Mares. These mares have all been bred and are supposed to be in Toal. 1 Team Bay Geldings, B years old, weight 2800 Ibs. 1 Team Gcldlnga, Cleveland Bays, -7 and 8 .years old, welohl 2-400 Jbi. 1 Team Geldings, 12 years old, weight 2700 Ibi. 2 Black Geldinqs, 3 years old, 'weight 2500 Ibi: 1 Grey Gelding, 9 years elo1, 17M Ibs. 1 Bay Gelding, 9 years old, weight 1400 Ibi. 1 Grey Gelding, a yean old, weight HW ]bs. Bay Gelding, 11 years old, weight 1150 Iba. 1 Bay Geldjng, 8 years old, weight 1300 IbJ, 1 Saddle. Pony, 2 2-year old Percheron Fillies. 8 2-year old Percheron 6 Geldings and 3 Filly Colti. 3 Standard Bred Fjlli'ei, year old, v 1 Dual Purpose Regiitered Our. ham Bull, 2 old. A Young Milch Cowl (supposed to be In ealfj. 5 2-year-old (supposed to-be In 2 2-year-old Steers. 7 Spring Calvei. Brood Sowt- 28 Store Hoflr 50 Chtckeni- Bugfller, Karntli and other Farm Impliments Ut numvroui to mention.' TERMS OF per cent, cash, balance 12 months credit on approv- ed security, 8 per cent, interest. 8 per cent, discount for cash. This is one of the finest bunch of horses ever offered for sale in this neigh- borhood, come early and get in the game- The clays are short and as we lot of stuff to sell we must start on lime. This stock will be reserve as Mr. Wocknitz is going to the coast on account of his wife's health. FREE LUNCH AT NOON G.W.HEATHERSHAW, Clerk George P. Porter, Auctioneer ;