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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JLIiTHUHlDGI'- DAILY HERALD PAdfc T1HRTEKN . The Listening Post Of Interest to Veterans. Conducted by H. P, fMaddlaori. An Immense It. A., T. raachln* ready to start with its load o� bombs for Oeraauy.. THBY' are cutting spruce In British Columbia. . The silver spruce forests, long neglected because f lack of market aa4 transportation, have found their place.: The, straight, ftse-graiifed, to'ugh wood ts'">fce'ideal nt�terial:fpr the,manufacture of-aeroplane parts. , TbVsi}vpr. sj>ruqe' grows nly; on, the islands-and ocean coait cf'Brltlih' Columbia and tfie northwest/ Uiited- States'. The 'American timber of this species is being used exalMfvely for war purposes of the States, the-needs'of the other allies in the great war are supplied by the A Sitfta (silver) spruce log cut on the Queen Charlotte Isian epace .of time trie controller had 'permit- the' sick child by forcing him to swallow nauseous oils and mixtures. Children dread these remedies, and this leads them to hide the little ills until serious trouble results. Most of childhood's troubles originate in constipation and disorders of the stomach. To correct these conditions you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Tablets . One tablet at bedtime will do the work and make your ohild bright and sunny the following morning. The liver is stimulated, '. _the'; stonjaOh cleansed end the bowels puriCfcd-safely anti gently. �'. ' Llttlfe folks appreciate them. ~X,,'. :�{Hfi%(t atall iteltrt, or.fnm . , 3 The publishers at- a subsequent meeting decided to make application: to the controller for an order Buspend-' ing the retro-active payment, until a decision-i ' ^AUSTRIA TOLD PENALTY OF THREATENED CRIME Vi. Paris, Oirt. 5.-Threats by Aus- , trla that illled aviators dropping-or carrying proclamations would-be punished with death, has brouflht;: a threat-of- reprisals from V the "French' government. The Aus-' ^tro-HUngar(an \ government, has; been informed that if iFrcnch aviators are"%xecuted, the Frenoh au-'' thorities will retaliate by Inflicting the same penalty In double, proportion upon Austrian  offtoers-who are prisoners,' '. The Associated Board ot the Royal Academy of Music & the Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. For Local Examinations in Music in British Empire PA TRONz Hit Majtitythm King. The Annual Humiliations, both Practical.eni Ttieofctical witl be held throughout Canadji as follow! J PRACTICALS'-May or June, 1919. (according to locality.) THE0RET1CALS-NoYemfaer 9th next, 1918 and id April, 1919. Two Gold and two Silver Medals are afftrtd annually alio qne Scholarship, entitling winner t* 2 years free tuition at one or other of the College* in London. ~- These cMiniftationf- the highest �tandt�i tert of musical efticjency in jha world today-ar4 open ;o the pupils of ALL teachers of mutic. The tausic required for preparation, Syllabus and all othat particular* can be obtained on application to M. WARING DAVIS, Resident Samtarr, 9 777 ShnUr Street, MONTREAL FOR that we have a method of doing all kinds of DRY CLEANING that eliminates EVERY TRACE of the SMELL of GASOLINE. This can only be done by the use of an up-to-date Dry Cleaning POWER PLANT such as we have recently built, and equipped with the. latest type of machinery. The.Dry Cleaning Plant is entirely separate and apart from the Laundry and is the only one in the province south of Calgary. IT IS OURS TO SERVE. GIVE US A TRIAL. C. s. P. 0. Box 477 e Laundry Go. Ltd. FARROW, Manager Phone 451 �i- *�'� �gfc.- �: '> KIC03H ON RUBBISH Ottawa. Oct. 5. - The "Canadian Fonvkrd" published at. -Toronto and edited by I. Bainbrldge, has, under censorship regulations^ been forbidden circulation. Circulation ia also forbidden "a reply to the press lies concerning the Russian situation," published by the Alberta Provincial, executive committee of the Socialist party of Canada. lap;; A Httle tap and a twist- of the finger ' takes the place of the coal scuttle* the wood box, the long wait, the dirt, the ashes-and sometimes the smoke too. . Get a McClary gas range and cut-your kitchen work in two. Sanitary, with black enamel finish and enameled tile or splash back. Conveniently high oven, glass door and thermometer-everything that a modern gas range ought to have.  � . "Satisfaction," a booklet that describes every kind of gas appliance from a "hot" plate to hotel kitchen range tnjll be sent.5 to anyone writing for it. , .'. MONTREAL HAMILTON WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANCOUVER SASKATOON , 85 Enquire from Local Har dwa r e Dealers ��1 Members: Winnipeg Grain Exchange, Winnipeg Clearing Association. Warehouses: 1056 Arlington Street, 309 Elgin Avenue, Elevator. Track p18 *,,-, ij,i Your Hay Direct from the canadian farmers' hay exchange limited ; : v We have a large stock'on band of Timothy, Red Top and^ mixed1' Prairie Hay to di?pose at:yery.'reasonable prices: -We will guaranW'ej all shipments. Don't delay in writing us or wire at our expense. Our prices will interest you. -  � _ Wq cju� ftlso quote you, hest prices on potatoes.for .your require merits in. carload lots. i .. .-'-� -.j- �,-. ^ CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE; Ltd. 118-122 GRAIN EXCHANGE BUILDING, WINNIPEG, MAN. 250-: ml ST, KIIiDA NEWS there are two, r of wallpapering, brio is thatitt-be'au. tlfleo a wall, another that it given actual warmtli to it. Both are right, hut,\ ot cotirso, it depouds on tho paper. - s RICH DESIGNS. ' * ' '" CHOICE SHADES are nurjierqfwsi; amongLd"tir:;l(irg!o as:-abrtraent ot High-grade Walipapars, Floral eEIectsV fictfills- (ihd -stripe -el-fects }n "the .patternB.  Prjci? Ipha-. nomenally low. ? * frt r< Wellington Bros. . The Decorators SHERLOCK BUILDING - (From Our Own CJorresbondent) . St. Kild&'Alta., Sept. 3.O.1-Farmers we, all rejoicing over some heavy rains that have been hitting this part of the country of late and which have helped plowing considerably. According to tho way the farmers ar* pre-jparing their seed' beds this/ fall^t is 'expected thieve will be a' large afea in next^ year. ;,Wm.-PHchard returned- a few. days ago"from Great Falls, Moat., where he hrtS: biven oriibuBineBB. � .Mr, and BJrs. K. Mooye -were vis)-tbra at-*tlle home'of'Mrs. Maiggle Oil-detvand son Sunday; also J. U NelBon aiid W. C, Roscoe. Walter Hutchliis has left for Saskatchewan where ho intends visiting 'relatives and staying for the winter. Threshing has. not,'started ju this ;