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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1918 PAGE THREE mAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington Nursing , Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuterculOBls-teateil cows -Anyone requiring ench milk for bablec may do *o dally. The milk is free to thoae who cannot pay for It, and at coit to thope Tvho can. SET FREE DEPORTED BELGIANS AND POL ITICAL PRISONERS itome, Oct. 23.-Baron Yon Per l.ancken. chlat of the German political department at BrusselB, has informed Cardinal Morcler, primate of Belgium, that yfhen the Germajia evacuate Belgium the deported Belgians and political prisoners will be spontaneously released, according to the O.s.servatore Romano, the semi-official Vatican organ. Ho also told the cardinal, it is �tated, that a part of the Bolglan.s �who Tvere deported would be free to return to their country on Monday. This notification was in the form of a letter handed to tlio cardinal per-eonally by Baron Von Der Lancken.' The text of the letter reads: "You are the Incarnation of the emi- nence of occupied Belgium. You are Its venerated and heeded pastor. It is then, to you that the goverrior-gen-oraj and my local government have charged me to announce that when they vacate your territory they will spontaneously set free deported Del-glans and political prJ.9oner,s. They will be, in part, freeito return to their own country on Monday. "This declaration Is of a nature that will fill your heart with rejoicing. I am all the happier to make it to you in that I could not have lived tour years among the Belgians without es teeming them and without appreciating their patriotism at its true value." It is understood that this communi cation has been transmitted to King Albert of Belgium and President Wll son. MAY MODIFY REGULATIONS Ottawa, Oct. 21.-Some modification la likely to be made in the order-in council regarding enemy language publications. Representation has been received that full application of the order has meant suppression in one or two cases of publications which have been strongly pro-ally, it is possible that some method of licensing will be adopted. HUN WAR BOATS AVE ESCAPED London, Oct. 22.-Speaking in the house of common.s today, .lames Mc-Namara, financial secretary of the admiralty, said there was great feason to believe ail German destroyers and those boats which had their base at Ostend and JJeebnigge have escaped to German ports. Kvery possible step was taken to intercept them, ho said, but he added that, seeing that passage could bo made at night and that Dutch territorial waters could be used, there was no certainty that the measures taken would prove efficacious. > > ? > : : ? �: ? ? 0VER20fl^DEATHS!N How Is Your "Culebra Cut"? The Panama Canal is a clear passageway as far as the Culebra Cut. But Gold Hill "has a way of slipping into the cut. And until dredges can clear the channel, the industrial sphedule of the world is out of gear. How about your own canil ? The intestinal caual is  clear passageway as far a* the large intestine. Thert,- if yoa b�come ooastiijatcd, waate matter i� allowed to stagnate. It become.^ unziatutaUy dry aad mderfots abnormal fermentation aod putrafactioD. Gem aetivity is increased. Yonr whole system is out of gear. Result, tbe |>roduction of irrilatinn; snd poiscmous snbatances, wfaich are absorbed iuto your blood aud carried all over yonr body, Uable to produce dissase anywliere. The longer sach stagnation is allowed to exist, the harder it it to clean out the canal. 00% o( human disease originates in the " CnJebra Cat." XI engineers tried to blast ont tbe slide f�OHl/Cnlebra Cut they would have more slides to cope with. If you try to blast out accumulated waste trota your Culebra Cut with pills, salts or purges, you will increase your constipatidn- and neit time you will hare to take stronger medicine in a larger ilosc. Vou can't dred^^wr canal. You can clean it oirt with Nujol, Nujol softens the mass, and supplies the inlastinal canal with sufficient moisture to replace deficient mucus. It causes the obstructive waste matter to pase gently out ol your system at a regular hour, absorbing and removing the poisons as it goes. Nnjol regularly keeps the traffic of your mind and body operating on schedule. ' Voij admire the Panama Caual system. Why not safeguard your owu ? Vour druggist hac Nujol. ? ? � 8> ? BOL8HEVIKI HINT ? : AT REPRISALS ? Washington, Oct. 22.-Re- > ports from Russia reaching the ? state department today tell of ? large numbers of desertions ? from the ranks of the Boishe- viki movement upon the fam- men. ? ? PROHIBIT BUYING IN OCTOBER OATS Winnipeg, Oct. 22.--The grain exchange announces the following regulations with respect to the marketing of oats In view of (he .strike situation at the head of the lakes: "Until further notice the council of the (Winnipeg) Grain Exchange hereby prohibits all buying in the October oats except for the purpose of liquidating existing contracts. Members may enter into contracts of sale with-{ out limitation except as to price, the maximum permitted being 8.5',4 a bushel. Any member buying except for the purpose of liquidating an existing contract will be subject to a charge of uncommercial conduct under the bylaws of tbe exchange." DON'T NEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN Go after it with Sloan's Liniment before it gets dangerous M�rfc. ISBUtanNujol. YoumaysnffcrfromsubftUUtta . SVIOh i� sold oBly in aeaJed  bottlu bearl^BB Ibc Nujol Trade \ SefiJforSatHpitsofLiieraiuit CHARLES GYDE & SON P.O. Box 875, Montreal C&MACIAlt Sat-LIMO AO B H T S FSB Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) NEW YORJC CITV ** Regular at I Chekwork Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan tQ,assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, Gn'l Ufl G.P.R. LadI 905 lit St. Eait, CALQARY D. D. D. The Liqoid Wash Tor Skin Disease We have witnessed such remarkable cures with this soothing wash of oils that we/bffer you a bottle on the guarantee that unless it does the same for you, It costs you not a cent.-J. D. HIginbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists.- Advertisement. Montreal, Oct, 22.-Ti>e highest death rate to date from \nf)uenza was recorded yesterday with a total of 201. Up to date, the total number of cases reported was 10,201, with 1076 deaths. There were 1633 cases reported yesterday, but undoubtedly many of these should have been included in Sunday^s list, when only 40 were reported. This would give an average of 890 cases each day. Two hundred and fifty municipalities out of 1200 in the province of Quebec have reported the presence of influenza up to last night. In Winnipeg Winnipeg, Oct. 21.-Ninety-six new cases of Spanish influenza -were reported in Winnipeg today. Only one death is announced. Situation Improves Washington, Oct. 21.-Improvement in the influenza ^;tt}atlon In six states was shown by reports received today, but.;27 other states reported the disease still spreading with many additional cities and rural districts affected. Conditions apparently were worse in Pennsylvania, where it is estimated 350,000 cases have occurred with probably 150,000 in Philadelphia. Serious Situation Montreal, Oct. 23.-One hundred and three deaths occurred in Montreal from Spanish influenza this morning and 350 new cases were reported. This i morning the provincial board of health received a report tliat 129 students at Rideau College had been allowed to go home, notwithstanding the board's regulations to the contrary. ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Gla$gow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. Apply a little, don't rub, let it pcne-Iratc, and-good-by twinge! Same for external aches, pains, strains, stiffness of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises. Instant relief without mussiness or soiled clothing-. Reliable-the biggest selling- linirncnt year after year. Economical by reason of enormous sales-. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Made in Canada. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. Sloan's K-ills Pain TELLS DYSPEPTICS WHAT TO EAT Avoid Indigestion, Sour Acid, Stomach, Heartburn, Gas on Stomach, Etc. Indigestion and practically all forms of stomach trouble, say medical authorities, are due nine times out of quenchable valor the shock of ten to an excess of hydrochloric acldjmous enemy forces at Verdun. in the stomach. Chronic "acid stomach" is exceedingly dangerous and sufferers should do either one of two things. JEHther tliey can go on a limited and often (Jlaagreeable diet, avoiding foods that dlsagi'ee with them, that irritate the stomach and lead to excess acid IRISH WI.P;S IN THE PARTYTHATCALLEO ON KING GEORGE London, Oct. 22.-(Canadian Pre?8 dispatch from Renter's).-^Today his majesty, IClng George, rieceived at Buckingham Palace a large deputation of inter-parliamentary delegates including the British, French, Italian and Belgian representatives. His majesty, speaking in French, recalled the earlier visit of the inter-parljamentary committee of the French chamber of deputies at the time when the French soldiers were sustaining with un- enor-How the armies of France, Italy, Belgium, the United States and Britain are driving the enemy before them. His forces are shattered and his hopes are clamorous for peace. Victory is within our reach and we arei all agreed it must be a complete and decisive victory. secretion or they'can eat as ~they' The IClng referred to the steady, please In reason and make it a prac-' hearty support which the various par-tice to counteract the effect o? the Hamenta had given to the ministers harmful acid aud prevent the forma- and generals responsible for the con Hon of gas, sourness or premature fer-, duct of the war. He parllcularly not- DESERVES GOLD  L FOR THIS Cincinnati Authority Teljs How to Dry Up a Corn So It LifU Out. ' You corn pestered men and women need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes that nearly killed you before, says this Cincinnati auth-, ority, because a few drops of freez-one applied directly on a tender, aching com stops soreness at once and soon the com loosens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. A quarter of an ounce of freez-one costs very little at any drug store, but is sruEficient to take off every liard or soft com or callus. This should be tried, asf'it is Inexpensive and is said not to inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue or skin.-Advertisement. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. 264-0 V_�_> P.O. Box 805 Phone 1619 CHARTERED ACCDUNMS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 612 5-6 Acadia Building Third Avenite (South) USE PREMIER COAL PHONE 545 110 FIFTH STREET S. 260-6 DRAYING Of All Kind! _ WestcrnTransfcrCo. xiiiiit�d frw�-C p. R. Frtl|M PHONBB OffTs* ........... II tabl�f ......... CLEANSES YOUR HAIR MAKES II BEAUTIFUL, THICK. GLOSSY, WAVY L. A. H. ROOSA Draying and Baggage Transfer We Meet All Trains, Day and Night. See Us at the Depot, or Phone 1869 Res.- 922 2nd Ave. S. 256-6 Try Thitl All Dandrfiff Disappears and Halp Stops Coming Out. nientatlon by the use of a little Bis urated Magnesia at their, meals. There is probably no better, safer or more reliable stomach antiacid than Bisuratad Magnesia and it Is widely used for this purpose. It has no ditect action on the stomach and is not a digestent. But a teaspoonful of the powder or a couple o^ five grain tab lets taken in a little water with the food win neutralize the excess acidity which may be present and prevent its further formation. This removes the whole cause of the trouble and the meal digests naturally and healthfully without need of pepsin pills or artificial dlgestents. . Get a few ounces of Bieursted Magnesia from any reliable druggiat. Ask for either powder or tablets. It never comes as a liquid, milk or citrate and in the biaurated form is not a laxative. Try this plan and eat what you want at your nest meal and. see If this isn't the best advice you .ever ha4 OA "what to eat."-Advertisement. , ed with pleasure that Marsha! Foch enjoys the confidence and admiration of the chiefs of all the Srmles. The  British delegites included John Dillon and T. P. O'Consor. London, Oct. 21.-A ti&tB of revolution has broken out In S6fia and street fighting: la occurring between Bolibe-vlkl laborers and the thiops and police, It Is stated that more tban three thousand persons have ^ .been killed. The information is eoatw.ined in dispatches from Vienna a||d Russia re-ce