Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALS5 PAGE Frvir. \ can'MarghAli,^minister of agriculture, kDnpuncBS that hu has daclded to con-fiallilate the poalttons of publicity com-JtaisBionei'' and editor of publications dnd the combined ofllce haa been (riven Into the hancis of McCaJg, who up to the present has^lifeeii ttditor of Ciias. Hotchkisa has been puUlclty n^mmlBalohOr, but Mr. Hotchklae baa (t^und It necessary to go to California tor,jbila bealtli and left for the iibuth Hboi^i a week ago; accompanied hy. MrSi'iHotohklsa. �' ''--- , � A YeiJa How to Loosen a Tender Corn So It UlfU Off With. �. out Pain. liCon Tecklesa men and womon , who are pestered with corns and who have at least once a week In-jTlted an awful death from lockjaw 'or blood poison are nov.- told by a; Cincinnati authority to use a drug called froeaoue, which the moment a few drops are applied to any corn, Uie soreness is rolievod and soon the entire corn, root and all.' lifts out with the fingers. It is a sticky substance which d'ries the moment it Is appUed and 'Jssalil to simply shrivel the corn without inflaming'Or even irritating the surrounding tissue or akin. It is claimed that a quarter of an ounce will coat very little at any of the drug stores, but is sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn .OB callus. Yoi* are furtHer warned that cutting, at a com is a suicidal habit. -Advertisement. ^ PARIS, Nov. 26.-What will hecome of aviator* how that the fighting lias ended? , Coinmercial aviation douhtless will be extended greatly, but It la a (tues-tion whether It will proseirtsutficlont attraction to the men wlio have taken (up aviation for the distinction to bo ! won in air fighting. The aoro c\np from France up to the pir'eBeiit has issued 16,0p0 pilot Ilcen-stTs and hundreds of military pilots have not taken out the aero cliib'a licenao to which they are entitled. Inquiry among French aces show that th^ majority are too young to be worrying about the( next phase of life, although Home hopa. that civilian aviation will offer sufficient carriers. Lie\it. Rene Fohcke, the ace of aces, with 75 offleiar victories, has not yet decided what he will do, but may remain in the army. Sub-Lieut. Nun-gessor, with 44 victories, has decided to quit the army. i Lieut. Leniaitre, after leading 1.35 bombing e.\pedition.s, wiii be in charge of an aerial transport undertaking. A TLUISNOTANY BEnER, HIACIEOD (From Our Own itorrMoonflnnH MACLEOD, Nov. 25.-The past Wfek which has been colder has not In any way improved the 'flu situation. There are as many now as any time since the outbreak. At tlie hospital some of the miners are back to duty. Others it is hoped wlllyteturn during the coming week. Many cases from outlying districts are reported. Dr. Kirk hart in one house some miles out from town nine cases. In these nu^se and' help have to bo supplied. Several fatarcases during the past have been registered. .'Several Mennonlte families arrived during tII"6"I)a8t week and have joined tho^Valters colony south of Macleod, and ai'e delighted with Alberta winter weather. ' The Ked Crosa- have sent their Xnias parcels to the boys overseas. Every address tbat was sent in was used on one'of tho two' hundred and fifty parcoll sent out. They have a few on hand for others that may come in later. Municipal affairs in Macleod.....aro very quiet, and while there aro three vacancies on the school board, and(�????'> ? ? ? TO RETURN BY CANADA. ? O ? ? ? young" lieutenant, barely of age, who bo seen. four on the council, no'names are yet mentioned, but development.^ may come during the next week. Whether the women voters will have a candidate tor tho school board remains to has 11 victories, says. "All I know is' that-1 will not continue my law studies." ' Sub-Lieut. Bourd .Jade, with 28 successes, probably will have tho least, difficulty,an returning to civil life. He is a priest and will resume his clerical duties. GfRLS! 6IBLSI TRY IT SIQPDMUFFAND BEMITIFIf rOOR HI H�ir Stops Fallino Out and Gets Thick, Wavy, Strong and' Beautiful. Your hair becomes Might, wavy, fluffy, abundant and'appeara as soft, NEW YORK, Nov. 2C.-Commemorating the coming of peace and the centennial of Jts missionary activity, the Methodist Episcopal church, and the Methodist Episcopal Church South, will hold a "world's fair of Methodism" at Columbus, Ohio, from June 20 to .Tuly 17, 1910, it was announced here last night hy the joint, centcnnary com-jjnlttee. ; i The program of. missionary work tlirougbout the world, which will involve, an expenditure, of $115,000,000, Large quantities of feod are being shipped in from outside points, and the price and quality are considered very fair. G-. M. Proud, of the tfnion Bank staff, left last week, being transferred A special dispatch to the Calgary Herald from Montreal saya: A Londpn cable to the Gazette' says: ^ "Premier Borden intends extending an Invitation to the authorities of Australia and New Zealand for at least one battalion of each army to return home by way ot Canada. If the invitations arc accepted the battalion B will be guests of. the Dominion governmeat. SAYSHUNGilAN GOVT. IS HELPLESS BERNE, Nov. 2G.-Madamo llosilca Schwlmmer, of Ford peace party fame, who baa accepted the post of H>in-garlan ambassador to Switzerland, being the first woman to receive such an appointment, declared to the Associated Press correspondent today that the food needs of Hungary were "nowhere near urgent." However, she added, there is some danger owing to the^ lack of coal. Difficulties in the northern and southern sections of tho old Austro-Hungarlan empire, have prevented Hungary from getting Ua full amount of coal. The situation in Hungary Is such, Madame Schwlmmer continued, that the government would be willing to abide hy any decision of a peace conference, "no matter how unfavorable," becau.se the government Is helpless. FRICTION BETWEEN ITALIANS AND SLAVS to Winnipeg. The, first peace skating party of the .J. �> >.;. ;� : i Scott, Ruperiutendent of immigration, is to be superannuated and that B. Blake Robertson, assistant superintendent of immigration, will be given:aiiother position. leather fov army shoes after the completion of those in process of manu-j facturd I Owing to tKe fact that the producers 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 wiU sell our milk at 6 Quart Tickets or 12 Pint Tickets for $1.00 or 17c single quart or 1 Oc single pint if without tickets. It costs practically at much to deliver a pint as � quart. Cream-Five y2-pint tickets for One Dollar. SERVICE We endeavor to give good service and appreciafe any complaints and will endeavor to rectify any errors or omissions. Felger Dairy PARTING, PffiRCING SCIATIC PAWS Give way before .the penetrating', effects of Sloan's J Liniment 'So Qo-'ftlt)Se',rlieumatic twinges and die loin-achesjof lumbago, the nerve-inflammatioii/>f neuritis, the wry neck, the joint-ayench, the ligament sprain, the muscle strain, and the throbbing bruise. \ The ease'bf applying, the quickness of relief, the positive results, the cleanliness, -j-^nd the economy ol Sloan's LiniTO&t ''ftiak^ it universally preferred. -Made in Canada. AT THE COLONIAL. COLONIAL OPENS FRIDAY MATfrlEE Commenchig with a special ladle.i' matinee on. Friday afternoon at 2.30, the new and beautiful Colonial theatre will be opened. Complete shows will be given three times dail}-, at 2.30, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. ' ; The bill for this week end will-bo headlined hy Miss Cecille Elliott and Company in the, farcical ono-act plaV- : "The Buyer." The comedy end of ihe vaudeville bill will be well cajfod for . in tho -able" hands of Bud Stihaffer, , "That Nut," In his clever singing gpe-' 'clalty, and Al Borde, in his own-original singing arid dancing act. Music lovers will appreciate the act-of Miss JegBlesOay, a young and beautiful so-1 pra-iio, who Avill be hei-d In several song-UYER" AL BORDE. BUD 8CHAFFER JESSIE GAY ^LSP GREAT) PHOTOPLAYS FEATURE "THE DUCHESS 6> DOUBT"/ . With Emily Whelen GOOD COMEDIES COLONIAL ORC|HE8TRA^ prices: Matinee Daily at 2.30 -Adults 25c, Children lOc; TiJiehts-7 to 11-Adults 50c, Children 25c. Attend the Matinees a'nd Avoid ^ the Cru�h at Night, E BegiDBing FRIDAY s .-aaunftat and Uarso Sactfcat NEW rORk BtfSTON MONTREAL TO IlONOON Liy^fQOL GLASGOW SRiSTOL oaATTa-iloaer Oxdus, Msllor Cable CO OrMit Britita, .Inland, UcaDdlnaVis; UNBXCSlXap SERVICB w , For *U iDiorinktUiu wplr totar oloarAccSu Or Is COMPANY'S OFFICE, ScsH BUi iTO MAIN N-rMEBT. >VINNIi>EO . RUSSIA'S WOM)^ WARfiiiOR^ IN THE f RCNCIiel ARE IM. MORTALIZED IN METRO'S THE LEGION of ...DEATH STARRING EDITH StOREY / $1,000,000 REWAKD for any eerm, alive or dead, good or ^;id, or. Indifferent, found inside the Empress Theatre after It re-opens. We laid down a barrage of d!&ln'-28 Store Hogr SO Chickens.^ Wagons, Buggies, Harnsis and other Farm lmpi*m�nts t** -numsreus to mantlon'.' TERMS OF SALE-50 per cent, cash, balance 12 months credit on approv-fcd security, 8 per cent, interest. 8 per cent, discount for cash. ^ This is one of the finest buncK of horses ever offered forTsale in this neigh- � borhood, come early and get in the game. The days are short and as we have lot of stuff to sell we must start on time. This stock will be sold without reserve *Ki coast on account of his wife's health. as Mr. Wocknitz is going tovthe ' FREE LUNCH AT NOON CW.HEATHERSHAW, Clerk _ P. Porter Auctidii^f^,fM t - .... s.^V'