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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918 'THE LETJIBRIDGK DA)t-Y HERALD PKGRVtm SIR EDWARD FRYE DEAD Loiidon, Oct. ]9.-Sir Kclward Fryo, (former lord juBtico of appeal, died at Falland House, 13n||tol, FDd'iiiy. Sir Krtward had a \onr, ciircer before the British bar and was dlstliiKuishcd �s an arbitrator In both national and' International disputes. He was arbitrator between the United States and iMexlco In the Pious Funds case in .1002 and hotween Franco and Gor-anany and the Casa Blanca Incident lu 1!)0I). Ho was first British plonlpo-ton Mary to TJie Hagiio puiicc, confer-once in :19()7. air Kdvvard was !il years old and the writer of seforal essays. I OPEN CONFESSION  Sympathetic Old Lady (to convict): Ah, my unfortunate friend, your fate is indeed a hard one; and, a.s she tliinlcs of you hero In this dreadful place, how your wife must suffer! Convict (very much affected): Yos'ni, 'and liiBre arc two of 'om mum. I'm hero for bigamy.-Til-Bits. It is new-and it is wonderfu' "TN � iBonient of curiosity I step-I ped in to see and hear tliis new plionograph. I had no idea what a %urprise I was due for. ''The yoijng man who volunteered to demonstrate the Vocalion for mc cjiose, M.his first record an 'Ave M�ria' played by Eugene Ysaye. "The Vocalion sounded the first � note^ .>��... . "Hiveyou ever been r�aily thrilled by music from ,a plionograph ? I, never had until lliat moment. The tones the Vocalion was bringing from the -record were true violin tones - none of the richness, the  appealing qualilier, produced by the master's bov.' were lost. "Record after record was played for rae. I sat entranced, gripped by the marvelous naturalness. "TKen I tried the' Graduola, the Vocalion expression device I had heard so much about. I drew the tone to a fine pianissimo, I pressed it to its fullest volumc--f controlled lha voice of the record. "The pleasure of it-It isn't de-scribable. You must try it yourself. "So my views on the phonograph have been completely reversed. It is new and wonderful-this phonograph, the Acolian-Vocalion." � AEOLIAN -VOCALION Wj i:\v:ie you to coW in and test tHc perfection of ils rc;)roductionv WILLIS PIANO H. -(C, C. Salmon, Manager CO. HullBIocL a Proof Gas Range j^ust is the chief enemy of the gas range. McGlar>'s have banished rust by cOating all exposed surfaces with J^aid baked, black enamel which is as easily washed as a porcelain cup. In addition, all McClary gas ranges may be equipped with white enameled tile or .splash backs. This range is good all the year round for the most exacting kitchen wired glass door thermometer, work-with shelf, warming oven and warming . - .Cleqn, cool^ comfortablq. ' ^ "Satisfaction," a beautiful well illustrated booklet telling all about jVIcOlary's gasappliances will bo sent free for .the asking. LONDON ST. JOHN MONTREAL H/lMILTON WINNIPEG KDMONTON- VANCOIJVER SAjSKATOON . . , . 81 Enquire from l^oca! Hardware Dealers Allies on the Dvina Met Kolshe-viJti Troops Who Had Eeen Heavily Reinforced. BOLSHEVIKl fjURP.OUNDED Amsterdam, Oct. 19.-The Don Cosnack volunteer army and other detachments have turroundcd the Bolcheviki forces in the northern CaucasLi.'s, says a dispcitcn from Kiev. The retr^>at of the Bolsh-viki to Astrakhan and Tsraitzyn has been cut off. Arcli.-i.'iKfl. Ocl. 17.-(Hy flie A?.m')-ciuli'd I'M.'.s:-;.)-.'MliiMl I'on.fH im I lie Dviiia liavo been witlidr.iwii ii lilt!;' ovM- iiix miles in llie I'aee � .�superior I'oiTe^:, \,;Meli li::vc been reinlVjreed ffum J'eirof;:ad and aiii)ai'cn.'l.v are! ;.y ei�Tn;ie-' tent ollieers. 'I'lie, wit.!irlf:ivv,il war, successful after a severe lioni !� i i;iiiiri;t. At last reiiorts llin nolsiievilii \ve:e reported advancing, and tiic allied Includes Autoinohiles Valued at Over $1200; Also Certain Fruits and Edi hies. Ottawa, Oct, It', 'I'lie v,ar trade board annoiiiice.s the ikM'- or general Import licenKO Ko. L', c'jvering iinpo!--I tutlon from ilio t'niiid Kingdom of a I wide vungo of cominuililies. Tlie of-; feel of the new Kenei-al license is lo plaeo tlio United Kuigdoni and the , Ciiited Slate.s on !)ie i-a.-ne )) as far a.s Import n :-irir tion.s are con-j cernod. Tliesc regulations also extend to | ; N:ewf(,iin!lland am! liie i:-,lands of St. I , Pier-e and i\! i'iuelnn, . j ! 'I'he li.;l of eominodii jr-s now i'e()uir-j i'lg inaividnal inipoi: iirense from tlio � i rviitcd Kingdom, Hie l niietl States,} ^Newfonndland and the islands nf St.; 1 Tierre and Miqnelcm iiiehulc^ antomo-| Idles, valued at mc- .?!."!'�:' broad-| Kinffs and other eililjle siibstances; i busincsH lunclicon of the term. It is the ciLstoQi of the club to Invite to tliGse luncheons an.v university men who have returned from overseas d\ir-Ing tbo proviou.s montb. 0^ this occasion tlioro were five guests, four returned men, and one 2nd Lieut. J. H. iturgcBB of the 11. A. F., who was in Edmonton on last leave before going overseas. The returned men were J. K. IMulley, J. W. Lang, and n. A. Walton, all of whom are taking medical couracB at the University, and Acting-Captain Carlton Taylor, invalided borne' after a year's service in a bomb-in g.sciuadron in, Prance. The special business hefore the executive was the completion of arrangements for sending Christmas parcels to the University of Alberta men on active service. Last year the club sent over. 2.50 parcels, this year the number will exceed three hundred. No small proportion of University of Alberta men have won military honors during the past four years. The latest lo he so distinguished are ,T. T. Siiaw (of tiie moth and later of the 4f)th Ijn. Can. who has been awarded tile Military Cross, and promoted to Captain, and U. F. Drew (of the 1 until and ]atMv of tlio Can. Motor M. G. Hrig.) who" has been decorated with the Military Medal. have f ound'so Talnablc as organic Iron-N�Mted l�ii,"p�y�I)p.3�m�Bci� Sullivan, formerly physician of Bellcv^io HoiiptUl (OuMoot Dtpi.), M�wYo�k, and the Wcatcheatcr County HoipiUL Nax�Ud Inm oftM incMMea the strength and endurance of the weak, narroas, ran-dowa paopla in two weeks' time. It is conservatively estimated that Nuxated Inm ta n�W bttag need by over three million people annually, md it has been aeed and MidorBed by (neb men as Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, former SecrcUry of th� TreMnry mi\A ex-G�T-erno.- of Iowa; former United States Senator �] Viee-Presidential Nominte Chan. A. Towne; General John L. Clem (Retired), the dniminer boy of Shiltk, %vho was Sergeant in the V. S. Army when only 12 years ol afs; alM Vntttd States Judije G. W. Mkinson of theConrtof Claltnaof WBBhlBgton,�ni OthWf. Nuxatcd Iron is dispensed by all good dniKeists oTorywher*. certain fruits:, cruih> rnliher; certain forces were under a bail of sii:-ii)nel ! vegetabies and wheal and wlieat flour, shells and "pom poms." Oecasion.-.'llv An "iniporter's bau'lhool-:" giving de- Oeeasion.'.']]> a six-inch shell from a lioli.liGvilii .i','ii!-boat or a. l.and Iniltoyy would :;liilti'. The iiosilion alianiloiK'ci hy Hi,. lied forrcs was lield for a v.-cr-i; againsl a.really si'iierioi- f'jrccs. 'I'lie allies operating the llviiia and Vega rivers have been bandieapi.pd by a fall of the water, -.vhie)! left I boats sine).; op sand hai's and haired j progress by gunlioats at rri'h'alj times. I .\n "iniporter's ban tails regarding the lesirirted imports has been compiled hy the war trade iioard and will ln' niail^d to any im-liorter who applies for a copy. UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA NEWS NOTES at list Ottawa, Oct. in.-The cnsualty today included the following men and officers; Infantry-Killed in Aerirm. C,. W. Burton, Edmonton; Sergt \V. Carver, Kdinonton; li;. Wagner. .\ranvi/!e. Alberta; A. C. Golics, JSdmonton: L. .L IJickio, A'ancouver; A. W. Innos, Victoria. Died of AVounds: Corp. P. .T. Hail. Lament, Alta. Presumed to have Died: A^ David son, lOdmonton; V.. F. Hughes, C'ha;I-:)v. Alta. Prisoner of War' W. Smith, Cnnieo, Alia. Wounded: A. E. .lackson, Xelson. P,. C: .r. A. Kiincr. J.f/.hbrid/.'-?; ,1. ,), j Kendall, .Marleod, Alta.; Corp C. 1 liells, Alta.; W. Bartlolt, b'uffield, i Alta. j Ga.ssed: C. B. Boker. Tabrr. ^A.,ii Vani'ouvcr. Forestry Corps-DiecUmen this\week is heavy. News lias been received of the death of Lieut. Victor Leose, M.M., who was killed in action early this month. He was a student of the University and of Robertson College, and ,was well-known to those associated with these institutions in the early {days as a .voung man of considerable literary promise. Among those reported wounded are Lieut.s. B. Loptson, H. G. (Paddy) Nolan, F. R. Riley, S. G. McConiicll, T. Graliam and Corporal R. T. Hollies. On Wednesday, October 16th, the executive of the University Soldiers' Comforts Glub held the first monthly Correct model for the woman who chooses the short vamp shoe, with narrow or miiiitm toe. All leathers, S inch or p ifich height. Louis or Cuban heeh. $6 to $12. Amid Price Extremes in Buying, Shoes "^HE measure of .econiomy in buying shoes is the service you get per dollar of ^j^jB�i^|/%f. ijt is^aste to bu^^i^hoes which were made to sell at^ik^^-v^r/low ^ice, and it .^equally unwise to pa/ extremely high prices4iBeypn.d a:tertatn polnr|t is not possible to increase tlic practical value of a^ho,e,a}id(,when you pay more than a fair avera- - price you are probably pa^^rtfe^or,"frills." So we say to you: "Keepjnthernicrarlwtliiei'ba^i. Don't pay less than ,^6for a pair of shoes today, and expect to get gobd value. On the other hand, don't think it is necessary to pay more than ^lo-or^isat the outside." You probably can judge values for yourself if you will buy for service rather than appearance merely, and if you will be guided by tiie dealer's A.H.M. War-Time Selections offer Spem'tlService Valae for Men, Women and Children.'Askyour dealer for them. AMES HOLD EN McCREADY "Shoemakers to the Nation' sr. .)oi'-N .>.:ONTRF,AL TORONTO V/hen ynu buy Shoes iocfifor- t WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANGOUVCB -titis Trade-mark on every U Appalling Conditions Among Belgian Children Fate of Coming Generation Rests on Relief Work. MANY people have thought that the United States loans to Belgium have financed all the Relief Work necessary, a matter of fact the loans provide the minimum ration to sustain life in a grown person. The bowl of soup and two pieces of bread are totally inadequate to build bone and muscle for a growing child. The results are ghastly 1 "These cases, running into hundreds of t|iousands of sick and defective children ...... cannot be taken care of by the general funds", writes Mr. Hoover oh July 8th of this year. There is an increasing need for funds for these cases.... our la^ reports show that the soup-lines of B<^lgium have increased from one-and-a-half to two-and-a-hal( million persons ... I wish particularly to remove any doubt as to the acceptability of contributions to the Commission for Relief in Belgium for the special purposes above indicated." Unless the sick and Carving children of Belgium are given a chance for life, Tuberculosis, Rickets and kindred ills will claim the next generation. Th^t is Belgium's outlook. And yet a few dollars will restore health and ^rength to one of these tiny sufferers. Will you open your purse and help! ff Fate had Willed it thai you should SEE Ihese babies starving, you would share ^our all with iheni. Must you SEE, before you Will help ? Before yaa Ml down to wAut meiO. thin^ of Ih* BolilMl chiMfMi toe week to �Umi te the aoup-IIne, tM give. Givf Ceaereutljr. Make cheques payable and send contributions to a (Registered under the War CharitlM Act) .to your Local Coinniitt�9, or to Head�ruarters t 59 St. P�t*r Bt, Montr�ttI^ ;