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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SRPTKMRRR 5, 101* i Ml?. E, SAYS PRES. WATTERS Wimiipoc sept. r.. ,r. c. Wiiiffi-K. JtroHldont of t!i(! Trillion imil l.abo.-Council of Canada, delivered an ad-dt'enu at the Labor Temple litnl nii;hf on some public nuoidioim from I lie viewpoint of orRnni/.i'il labor. Air. Wall era Hit Id labor bed ahv.nr co-ope.valed mid war. ulill wi'litif, to coopcrnlo In any way that v.-Ill kIv labor proper representation in tin ttovornmciit of the ~ country. The (piarre) of labor with I he Kovcrnin.-'iit. ltd wild. Is because labor recognizes that private enterprise idionbi l. people and not of any particular roetion The government, had, however, in a. -lion as well an words, refused to nliol bill prlviiln pro)1, looriiu;. '"riio.ro In only otto iiiom.ic, Io civil b'.ation - tlormany, Hie only autocratic power loft, in the woild-~:ind that, in-lliionco must he reniovcd." declared Mr. Wiitlor.h. "We cannot, allow t'.er-many to win llil.s war. Had the rb;ht policy boon adopted at thn outset, the war would have been over ere now, bur. there are things behind the surface that we cannot, nee." ROUTED HUN AIRMEN With the American Army In Lorraine, Sept. 4.- (Associated Pr^ss).- American aviators in a battle with Germans near Pont-A-Mousson today routed the enemy. One enemy machine io believed to have been downed. Before StarMnp; on Journey Airmen Prepare Maps With Great Care. ONKFOUK NKWS A Ilrilish Airdrome, (Correspondence of Do ['reus.)- Before leaving distance ninht. raid (lie 11 France. Associate 1 on a )on;;-airrnen first (Kroin Oar Own ('�: Onct'our, Sepl. U.~ �  Hiii� -i.-irrl of Aldcnon Wednesday to take cii;i ''reek : cliool. All'-.-. '1. It flroeno a; Miss (li'iice Wnlhcieli ton visitors last wee i: Airs. (ieo. II. VVhi;. J:re spending a few da, of her brother, ,fas. !; A front Wednesday 1 off a lot of tender % formed spears of .Ice troughs. Wheat harvest is p.-straw in idinrt, the ;> .sealtcriiiK, but the h"; �din :r,d in THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AGES Watch Your Feet Mon'i sutler -.villi ..ore feet, tired aching feet, calloused solen or Hat fee', liammered toe or other foot aliment:-. DO YOUR KNEES ACHE? LOOK TO YOUR FEET WE CAN RELIEVE THEM ALL. COME AND SEE US. i W. J* Nelson and Company COR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S.-SHERLOCK BLDG. FLYER GETS V. C. 1 High-grade American Dentistry by Modern Painless Methods | St'AUf'Kl.Y KKI.T then I cmuim; mi; D'n'tor." Th._ * w,i s th" ri in.. IU of a laity patient I� >r whom w were re i-ntly called upon to extract >-..\ (eral teeth pM'p,r.'iii.ry to replac liH: them with In-:- ii> 11111. sound und peimaneni injur.- worl'. The lady in unci ion v. a .. paction liuiy netvoiiii and was quite convinced that the operation lias Kmni; to "hurl dreadl'iilly In fact :.|ie iiad Kept a.a ay from the deiiil.-t on iliai account and thus M'-r t.'-'th had fallen into n bud state of decay. Von will be as surprised ami doubtle--, as f;r.itefii| as she was if yon entrust lis with your work. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 ' Ott B1U., 4 Doors from Lethbridgc Hole! LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. prepare their map:: with Ki'eat. care, j the Rrnin plump and hard inailiini,' on them the, detailed .onrsc binding Is beln^ done. t,i.. fr/mi I lie airdronie lo their objective. I cut and hunched either liy means of a mo.ill balloon, whose j at I iichmenl. or forked off s|ieei|. direction and height are re- i form. corded by an instrument on I he ;;roiind | -- Ihe lone and direction of the wind at different, altitudes is discover.'.1. and Ihe compass course. ;t))ovv:iu; lor wind drift, is marked beside the com. e on the map. Tile compass eon.re for Ihe return Journey is also malice,1. '1 he speed of the machine is calculated, and on the line of the course a series of points an marked, showim; wheie I'm ntacliine should be every I'l minutes, thus onabljiiK tlie airman to check his progress and to know his approximate position ii he Hots lost. Climbs Above Airdrome. The airman climbs in circles above bis airdrome until lie has Rained a | siillicient height, to safely start, on his i journey, and then turns his machine eastward, until his illuminated compass shows that lie is tilyiiiR on the rl�ht (ours". Then he Hies straight. I takin;; care to avoid swerving to fifth! , or left. ' At the same time he watches the 1 country below for landmarks. As be ' crosses the lines he looks for some 1 distinctive feature, such as the hem' of a ear.a I. the dark mass of a batter- : cil town or the thin black thread of n : railway. If i.e llnds it he knovys he is j on the right course. ; Then lie sees that a rlvnr should appear In a few minutes. I!|q watch shows that he has I.....n flying -Id minutes, and near the lreininute mail; on . his map K- twi-led a pale blue line. I lie looks ahead and .-ees In the moon- J light a silver streak and he known he j f0\\ exhaumed [rom ltination afti r travelling many miles across unfamiliar country. He drops his bombs and finds the return, with lightened cargo, very much easier There is a kind of "homing instinct." su the air in"!' iay. which takes them back quick- lv and dir.-ctlv with little ditUcvilty. The and iai.nl. and Very little '"iiIn hcitn: ill a flax the plat.- LORD READiNG VISITS Says Allied World is I'rtitirl (he Ueuortl They I lava Already Made Willi i lie American Arn.y in l'i u: '� Hept. !.-�-( A.-voeia I ed Vr>:'- ) 1/in j Reading. I!riti.-li andia-ssiior lo tin Tailed .Stales, leldre, --oil ii,e AiiutI can soldiers \\)io looii lir.iL'iiv, a dugout within .ound of ihe cid (.| '' Wi-diie.-'day iil'teriiour. hiiiit-ina n--:i: j ances lo the soldier:- thai the p"o;e I of th" railed Si a'os were wiiii '"uen land proud of lioir ;  !i i" veuier.t s. Th: i is said In lie she t;r-i time thai an an h:e-,-nil'ir ever ,i>ldi > -."d I a .j, - a ! 'ho front. Lord be,i-; - : -,,e! that i.. doahte, if tlerinnny reab.-e I what Am.-i a-.r ell I ranee in i o t in- w, nd thai ".ii'ii i;r-at atiee really t'leii :-lep: mined to :-co Lo- ll Heading', li'iinsialeil inii) k, aniiiiig l# kreni audience i.i.rd in can general, h:,; IIII 111 I)'.-i" Of llie.'i. 30UP RECIPC "id of w; MOSIER KILLED. FOR SC. ! h .Tl'l'. Ii" Of II . ... . i.i v ...f.,r (ill- fii'taliy mei|.,|-oi Sir Doiifjeii '.ho --- Hh, - i 11:'. eritto11"" at 1 i.i:;7.'jo s. liy Ihe, , onvlelrj, i. slate. Cold iuildi'.iiig. >a| coll'lial  1 cil- Only IS Years of Atre-Display-i cd Wonderful Gallantry i High In Ail-London, Sept. 5.-Kir.-- if.orge t day at. faicklngham I'a,1.- decorate with (lie Victoria f'ros I i-at Ala McLi'od, air force, son m In- Mcl.cc of .Stonewall. Man. La a'. M. I.eiiil IS years old and bad le- -n: n a ; ear servico in France. lie �,i a -ail. at five thousand yard: hv cglit in ebine.s which dived it ln.n froai a directions. Mcl^eod re.l'i\ wounds and the mticliii � v..;et. Hoaodalo Crescent, Calgary. 2. lvah B. Diiiipby. 219 L'Oth Ave., N. K., Calgary. a. Margaret C. Archibald, S29 13th Ave. \V., Calgary. 4. Kdward P. llarbort, Uedeliff. 5. Gladys M. Johnson, 1092.C 77th Ave. Kdmonton South. (I. Alexandflf Stockwell, \Vollndale. Via Islny. The Women's: ITniversiiy dull Scholarship, open to women students only and jrlvfui for highest aUndliiB in Eng-lt�h, History, Latin and Kronen in tho Juno Cirailo XI. (Matriculation) examinations, Ima been won by MI.hu lono Katolle McLaughlin, Spruce drove. Captain Archie Itoosevelt. unit of Colonel Thiiodore lloosovalt. huo arrived homo from Franco wU�re liu was wuuudoU iuit AurlL Becausf the eyes tire easily, some folks say they are not well. In most such cases' tlisre. is eyestrain. Neglected eyestuin is sure to produce sickness. Be wise. Have your r.yes examined. Know their exact condition from an expert. Consultation free. These goods were houQht Lift year but owing to ibortage of labour, etc.. the mnnufnctur-i:r has only been able now to fill the order, As the increase in the3e (joodr. has been considerable since then, we arc in a position to save you money on your requirements, and we invite you to come and look over our stock, the targc6t nnd best .inserted in Southern Alberta. A complete range of sizes in ail makes. Wilton, Axntimster. Drur.scls and Tapejtry in colorings and design;-, best adapted for both beauty and bard wear. A visit will convince you. 1 WEEK END SPECIALS Stair Carpets Ah.e.t ::m yard- tape itr> slab' carp, t, L'T niche-- wide. Civ n ccnTc with red hn'-i.-f. A feed hard wearim; c.ii]i.i Worth ai least ifL' tier \atd. Kiiday Salurd.o . yard . 'Warm' Specials for Saturday W30L BLANKETS WEEK END SPECIALS Mohair Mc 1.50 in. It te wool blank blue borders. It.'KUl.l! Odd Carpets 8.00 I- -.i only. While Itlanl;-�. 'iixM. lice. 9.50 WE PREPAY FREIGHT i 'alar fl'-'.'.o per pair. '.inlay ........... No Phone Orders or C.O.D.'s Above Goods. .a' iiuiae curie ill i;i'"' ii-L'Tx.". I. !;;.!,.' i Saturday ... . moaair . ... rfi^* 6.00 Cocca Mats "P out th" mud by of our heavy eoeoa lSx'.'.u. l-'riday and Saturday 2,25 WE PREPAY FREIGHT ll THE HOME OF GOOD FURNITURE "mm. J. M. HENDERSON R. A. EYE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE With the Fingers! 1 Says Corns Lift Out Without Any Pain j Sore corns, hard eoniH, soft corns or nnv Ulnd of a corn can shortly he lifted ritiht out with 'he fitiRPrs if you will apply directly upon tho corn a few drops of froezone, miyn n Cincinnati authority. it U claimed that at small cost one tun get h quarter of an ounce of troet-ono ut any drug store, which in sufficient to rid one's feet of every corn or callus without pain or sorenoHs or the danger of infect ion. Thin new Unit; In an other com-jiound, nnd while sticky, dries the moment it is applied ami does not inflame or even irritate the HUrroundlnK tl^htie. Tliiii aiiiiounceiiient w'JH interest mnuy wouien hero, for it is .said that the prosent high-heel footwear ia putting corns on practically every worn-Wl's teot.-Adveitiscineut. Wc will add , more service to clothes. With necessary for sum for a new wardrobe. [ least six months your last season's our aid it won't be you to spend a It is your duty to have your clothes dry cleaned or dyed. Conservation is the order of the day. Discarding useful clothing is wasteful, unpatriotic nnd Increases the price of new clothing. We also clean and remodel furs. v Now is the time to have your garments put in shape for (all and winter wear. Send ua your dresses, suits, waists, skirts and furs-as well as your husband's suits and overcoats. Our guarantee of abolute satisfaction is your safeguard. Our City Dyeing & Cleaning Works Phone 444 418 Fifth Street South ;