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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 191� 'PAGE ELEViilN MILADI �>;>>�***   * PERSONAL ! >>?> : ? WEDOhNcs : 11 iLEOO, C.fl,R. ? ? ? : > : > : : FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? ? FOR FEMININE FOLK. '>   : ? > ; : : ; : ; ? ? : �> ? Just how serious food conditions are in Germany may be judged from a recent examination of samples ot bread at the Chemical Institute of Research iu Leipzig. The following foreign bodies were found to bo present in the bread: Feathers, thread, wadding, lysol, paper, wood, straw, gypsum, chalk, splinters and sand. Indeed, the bread of one large bakery contained about Ki per cent ot copper in the form of, verdigri.=. V 1 EN Winnipeg, Oct. 19.-D. B. Hanna, president ot the CJanadian Northern railway, made the following announcement today; "M. il. MeLeod, who, for a number ot years, ha.s been general manager ot lines west of Port Arthur, has been appointed vice president ot the entire system. Hi.'! lieadquarterfj will be in Toronto. "The other appointment i.s that of .V. K. Warren to the position of general manafeer ot western lines with neadquartera in Winnipeg. �'Other promotions besides that ot .Air. McLeod and Mr. Warren are bound to bo made. Some announcement will be made in the course of a few day.s." ".loiin," exclaimed the nervous woman, "I believe there i.s a burglar in the house." " haven't tinu' 'o fool with small fry," was the Mleei)y response. "I've spent the entire day fighting regular profiteers.'-Washington Star. Blotchy Skin Many a time you have looked into the mirror and wished that your skin would bo like other people that you know, "without a blemisli." This wash can be yours for the asking. Wash D. D. D., the lotion of healing oils over your pimples or blotches tonight-and wake up in the morning to find them gone.-.T. n. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Lethbrldgo.-Advertisement. mmmm That Was Reason for Hun Peace Proposal-Atistria Helped It Along. A noted Cincinnati authority discovered a new ether compound and called it freezone and it now can be-had In little bottles for a feiw cents from any drug store. � You simply apply a few dropp of freefone upon a d tender corn or painful callus and Instantly the sore-J ness disappears, then \ shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose that (rtSTMBr* you can lift it oft with 1^-^ lingers. No pain, not a bit of soreness, either when applying freezone or afterwards and it doesn't even irritate the s^in. Hard corns, soft corns, or corns between the toes, also toughened callUBea; Just shrivel up and lift oft so eaS>'. It is wonderful! It works like d, charm. Tryit! � should keep freezone on their dressers �* never let a corn twice.-AdviJ*Mement. Women London, Oct. i9.-rnteresting par-linulars are now available concerning the recent happenings in Germany leading up to the .sending ot the German reply to President Wilson's questions. According to the Essen Zeltung, the decision to reply .affirmatively was reached at a meeting of tliQ crown council in Berlin, where Gen. Ludendorff made a_ gloomj report on the military situation. In the presence-of Emperor William and all the federated princes, the general, according to this newspaper, declared the situation was such that Germany might be invaded within a tow weeks. In view ot hia great promises last spring, he was made the subject of bitter reproaches. Prince Maximilian of Baden, the imperial chancellor, said the war must be stopped at once. King Ludwig of Bavaria sharply criticized Ludendorff, while King WiUlam ot Wurteraburg declared a heavy responsibilty re'stod upon Emperor William. The Grand Duke of H'-sse complained of military Interference in political matters. The chancellor finally cut the recriminations short, the newspaper adds, by proijos-ing gubmisslon to-President Wilson's terms. Indications that Gen. Ludendorff was probably correctly represented in his attitude bjf. the Essen newspaper is contained-In a message from the Berlin correspondent ot the Danish paper Berlinginsk Tidende, which riiportB that, at the end ot September, Ludendorff declared that he.had lost the game and could only hold the western front for a fortnight. At the same time Bulgaria gave in and, concurrently with Ludendortf'a declsratiou of his defeat, there came an ultimatum from Austria-Hungary statlhg that Germany Khould request peace, as otherwise the dual monarchy could not take any further responsibility, ..^a,.Czech revolution being expected, the con'es-pondei^t adds. It i.-s held tliaf Baron Buriftn'B.appech on President Wilson's ifitest note Is also in the nature of an ulliiiial'Uni to Germany, although sim-llarii!',. ipasked' in^ courtepus phrases. HARVESTING ABbUt OVER' AT MOpSfe JAW Moose Jaw., Got. IS.ii^jJ-l^rvostinB la fairly well ,tihlfiliej^^;.;,t'hls ifusti-lct. Farm liands -ar^'Bytv^'illlrig; tb e'u-gage at a monthly $C0 and |70 for fall work. , After the freeze-up the farmers have signified their intention to pay about |35 a month and boord for the winter mouths. Ends Stubborn Coughs in a Hurry For rtal t(rePtlvcne��. tlilg old liom�-luaiJa remf'dy hnft no equal. Rua-lly and cheaply preimred. You'll never know liow quiekiy .i eouKh can be conquered, Until you try this famous old home-maue remedy. Anyone who haa couched all day and all niffht, will flay that the immediate>elief pivon is almost like inaKic. It takes )>!!!; a naomenfc to prepare, and really there is nothing better for courIis. Into n 10-oz. bottle, put 2V& ounces of Pinex (;)0 cents worth); tUca add plain granulated sufiar syrup to make 18 ounces. Or you can uae clarified mo-lasi-eu, honey, or corn Eyrup, instead of su/^ar .syrup, U desired. Either wav. this mixture saves about four-iifths of the money usually spent for cough preparn-tiona. and gives you a more positive, ciri'ctive remedy. It keeps perfectly and tastes pleasant-cliildrcn like it. You can feel tlils take hold instantlr. soothinjT and hcalinff the memliranes iri all the air passages. It promptly loosens a dry, tight cough, and soon you will notice the plilegm thin out and then disappear Altogether. A day's use will usually break up-an ordinary throat or chest cold, and it is also splendid for bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, and bronchial astlima. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine c.k-tract, known as the most reliable remedy for throat and chest ailments. To avoid disappointmCTlt, ask your druggist for "2'/^ ounces of Pinex" with full directions and don'b accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis-faction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Oo, Toronto, Oat. VON POT AND VON KETTLE. Oerman General:- Why the devil don't you stop these Aniei-icans com- _:_L-_ Ing across? That's your job. : German Admiral: And wriv thodetil don't you stop 'em When they aire across? That's youry.-^Pjtnch. � j Is Youfs a Case for the Doctor or the Dentist? MORE) than half of the present day ailments,.if.Miot actually caused by bad teeth, are directly encouraged by them. Of conrBe, if you have contract-CTl some ailment nr disease in which your teeth play a part, it It the doctor's � hualnfesB to cure you, and when you are ' nm-Cd,'he'Wlir undoubtedly tell you to go to the dentist, and have your teeth iittended to. Why wait for the doctor to s^hd you? 'A,Vold disease and doct�ll-'s hills and have your teeth put iu shape no.w. Don't hesitate. Dentistry As We Prkctite It Is a Gefitle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Uthbriilge LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTAUL BLOCK. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. His Master's Voice In the Willis Piano Store, Hull Block Have you been in to look over our Victor Record stock yet? A great many have already availed themselves of this new assortment. Come in and try our service, we are here to serve. Do you enjoy a brilliant violin number? You should hear Heifetz play the "Hebrew Melody" (No. 74568) or "Ave JVIaria" (No. 7-45C3). Hoar the great lyric tenor, .lohn McCormack sing "The Irish Emigrant" (No. 74237) or "Dear Old Pal of Mine" (No. 64785). "The Radiance ot Your Byes" (No. 4515S) by the composer of "Laddie in Khaki" and "Till the Boys Coma Home," full of warm, rich harmonies. On the I reverse side of No. 45155 you have "Smiles," over which all New York is raving. _ , WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND HEAR REMEI