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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1018 rm�. Ltrrmwmo* oait.* mm ami PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington SMD. HECXKJLD H�*� MOOHE.N0USeE,Hl5 TEETH AND HASH AU. BCHN je�- ;toacywi>, and-~ -BESIDES, HE'S VERTf OU> ANb HAS AN EXtRENEUf ^ENTUE DlSPO5m0NJ WW PESK* BRUTfE? WE|X 1 NEVER SfiN NO WNPA WILD ANIMAU^ET THAT COULD SCARE ME? f Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cows - Anyone rofjulrlng such milk for babies may (In so dally. Tho milk In free, to thoso who ranno'. ray for It, nnd at cogt to thu?o who ran. W. A. Buchanan Tells Lethbridge p People About Trip to War Zone That we inn *ay in the ' hit imikiim In fcnessuge l'i�' � ( -'in i' u|i ill smile \i- fif the. Women's civlr i Inii on "Twelve l>ays on tin' YV.viern Knuit." .Mr. Iluohnnau's speech was uf Intense Interest from l's beginning In its close. The party left Ne'v Villi. (ill .t tran.spor-t Meair.cr aiming a liarty of fi'Hi Amerli-in suldler.-i luitl \vre con-\nycd iicni;.'; �!;� A'l.intlc fit twelve gays, lauding ii' Id verponl. In the ciiiuwy v. "i" iilioul lii.HO'i troop* from 1'ulted State'. Crossing the busy piece Hi eater between 1'olkstone inn! 1 Inn It": ii-Jimsk, which according to .Mr. Hi; ihanan Is a very unpleasant e\p"ri-rtiep. (Joint fin'lier into the eonii':;. Mr.'lliU'liatian pan' a very interest In.: ilcr-cripttnii of the repair ordinance depot, tbe salvage depot, and Imge bakery at Calais. On this -,'lde of Arms the first evidences were seen by tlie party of thi'lllng from Kitii'-. Mr. Ituchana'i fperi' two days with ill" t'.inadtaii-i In this vicinity ami met tle-re I,lent. ner.il Sir Arthur Carrie, wliom he describes as being a big man In every j respect, ami full of consideration for ill" troops miller him. Hero he saw Vimy Kldgc. a -lowly rising elevation full of abandoned ireiicnes. barbed �wire entanglement* fulfil with ruins. I'lolop: on farther lie saw the rldgc ^ Jcyoinl Vlmy. anil Inter met I'.rlg �lcn. .1. H. Stewart of Ixtlibrldgi*. Mr. Jlnchnnan paid a glowing iribnle 10 1'ii'n. Stin.arl for hin splendid worl; Later he saw many l.cdihrMgu men, those of the VMh Hatterv, and jwiio of the VSth. After spending two days with the Canadians the party went on Into (lie 1'rench lines, meeting Sir Douglas 1 lalg anil seeing many other plactt.; of Interp-t. j A City of 3oldiers ] \'r. Iliii'banan's description of Ver) dun wa.i of (jreal mteiest with it jiic- ! 1 urn of this !ortlfie.iti"he;in any corn no H lifts out with the PliiKer�. Ask nl. imy phnrmury for a uuart-er ouiici) of freezonc. which will cost vrry little, hut In said to bo tufflclont lo rlil one's foot of every hard or soft corn or chIIuh. You apply JuHt a few dropB on thf temlcr. hi-IiIiik corn nml In-Htnnily thi! xoreness la r��llnved, and soon the corn in .so Khrlvelcd that 1! llfit out without piiln. It is a ntlcky substance which iIi-Ivh when applied and never inflamos or even irritates the adjoining lis sut>. This discovfry wiU prevent thou-saiulii of deaths nniiually from lockjaw and Infection heretofore result-inf from tlio nulclilal habit of cut-tlnK corns.-AiK'ortinement. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow P�r full Information apply to Agents r Company'a Office, 270 Main St., .Winnipeg. Food Will Win the War and many other thini;s. At this jiiiu:-tin-" .Mr. Hiichunan >;ave great praise to the work of tho Hud Cross, the V.M.C A, the KniKhts of Columbus and tho Sal vat loi Army. Another most dmiKerous trip was that mado by tho party Into Ypres. Ypres is levelled fo tho ground re-sembliiiK more than iniyiiiln:; the Frank slble in Its awful devastii'.ton. Tin) party went throiiKh territory �|"|,. jlhat was beini: slielied at thu lime and I had a most cxcUIhk trip. The Work of Women Mr. lliii'liaunn khvo some very vivid descriptions of live work heiiiK dope by the women. I In- boys and Kirls and tho old men of Franco, whose love for their natlvo land is very wonderful, lie also told of the >;rcat i work that I' belliK ilono by the wo-[men of KiiKliind. on the roads, In tie fields, in the .shipyards, thu munition-.' j factories, as coinliictoi-.i. anil auto Orlv-iers. "No coiinlry in the world can do more rMan Ureal llrl'.ulu Is dolnK.'' � aid Mr. lliK'h.'iiinii. Tli') speaker also Kavu some .uniisInK and lllusiratlve eXp.M'Icnce-i ri'RardlllK llll' food l|UPS- tlon ami the system of ration cards In Use there T!|(' (He of /r.isollno by private indlvliliials Is forhlilden and the cars that are in uso aro all on Kovernment business. The Grand Fleet It Is Impossible t� rIvii an Idea of the vastiicus of tho fleet, went oit Mr. lluchaiian. who while ho was Ihoro bud tho privilege of visiting that famous source of strcnKth of (ireat Hn-Iain For miles and milus, far be. yotid eyesiKht, ilio iKiats exteiuloil. They saw crafts of all sorts, liictinl-i inn iiibmiirltiM, and American dread-[iimiKhts. A very Interesting account also vcas Klven of tho shipyards and tiie construction of ships there. Mr. nuclinnnn also told of his visit to the KIiir and Queen, most democratic In lie nature, and of their interest in Alberta ami tho women legislators of this province. A Word on Peace "We are doliii? little as compared willi the nation:-, closor to tho war," said Mr. lluchaiian. "CoiislderliiK the ; ureal sacrifices they ui-u pnyliiK, ll j Is our part to maintain thane forces j and support our patriotic societies �: | home. HeniomberiiiK the awful dovns-1 lutlon caused by the eiiomy and his j barbarism, the C.ennan nation should ihe cut in such ii way that it could ! not iliclati' to tho world ever after-' wards. The terms of pence, must be jllt'luted by the allies, a poaco that would not permit of further depredations of that kind, and Germany should not be Riven back one ol the colonies (hat she posse mod before the war," said Mr. Uiiclmnnn, wlione recen'. visit has Rtveii him a very clear Insight Into the barbaric (iernian nature. Colonies In Africa and the South Seas would never develop Into civlii/oil countries under tie rum n rule. Mr. Buchanan nuked tho people at home to wrije, to send parcel* and remember the boys in every way possible. Ho said tbe Ked ok, showing a record of consistent savings. A Savings Account may l-o �>i.onod with $1.00, which shows how highly we regard the accounts of those who desire to save. -A garage. Apply iu:ii nth TH? M�RCHANT5 BANK Head Office : Montreal. OF I.F.'I HIIHIDGR IIHANCH, MONARCHHRANCH, NOULKFORD HRANCH. CANADA EiUbliihed IU04. H. J. DINNING, MeV.ler. V. A. KHRRI.Y, Ac�inne""tiVrnl!�heil 'lipTl^nimn and one unfurnished room. Apply �;:t7 iith St. South. 247-1 IO I'.KNT-fnturnlihVir'house" 3 or | 4 bedrooms on south side, by Oct. 1st. K. r. I.ayion. !!"� 7th Ave. S. 242-H TO KK.NT-Finn!-died looms, close In. All modern conveniences. Apply 22U 7th St. South, or phone 17S5. 2tTi-r, TO KKN'T-Two furnished"light house- j keeping rooms, gasi and electric lights. Apply l.'.l 2nd Street South. 24."-ti TO "UKNT-Afiev OetVlior 7th. furnished room for a business penilemun, ' nlso board. Apply Uox 1",, Herald. 1 �:^>l.c, TO~RKN'T--A "weirfiinil.'hed or un*-furnished suite of 2 or :', rooms, good locality, use of phone. Apply 1214 .",th Ave. H. / 24(',-f, TO KKNT-Nicely furnished bedrooms in fully modern iiouse, close in. Apply rot f.th St. South. !*hono 120fi. | 240-0 j 'l'(�~|{KNT--ti-rooi:i,"if "fully modern house, fitted with gas, newly decor- j nted. Applv 41S !>th St. S, Phone! ll.",2. 244-6 I TO KKNT-2_ beJrooins, nicely (urn- ! lulled, Kiiltable for one or two persons. } Apply 418 9th St. South. I'hono 1132. 244-!l | TO "*KKNT---."i roonied" honse-keeplUK suite, water, light and beat supplied,! nlso n!ion>'. (Tuhc in, 51.1.00 a month. I Apply 1222 :ird Ave. A. South. 2 4 CO j TO KF:NT~irroom(Hl houso fully mod-  ern, 9;l7 13th St. S. Jrnmedinto pos-j session, 122.00 per month. Apply X. B. 1'oat & Co..J'hone 670 or 1423. 2