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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1018 THE LFTHBRIDGE DATLT TIERA^) PAGE FIVE Metz, German Town, Objective In Great Drive In Lorraine; Allies Have Made a Gain of Five Miles i * � > *  o >>:� o ? Kdmontlon. Sept.. :'.' - Hon. > ? A. H. .MaeKay, mini:-!it of mu- > > nicipnlitloH and public h ,h( rnc( cfl ciiblll'M, only : Cilti'Jidlile pill. Up ;il (Ii.. iiiini- > inationn at. Athab before any drive in ;:i'e,i! forte into C.eniian territory on lhi.i fnmt is attempted, otherwise the ('.'>� ntan forces to the west would lie left in a throalciiiiiK position on (lie left flank of the attaekinK armies. e�s by submarine warfare. Only I will not bind myself to a definite date." i tun h ' '.' I'.-;: This kind of roiic.li tjll: .vili be heard l".-s here in town il people troubled wiib corns will follow the s nipl" advice of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a lew drops o' a drill; tailed frec/.one wlpn applied in a lender, .-e hliil," corn slops Mireness al one-, ami soon ihe coin dries up and lifts riith! on: wiilioul pain. lie says f'i'ee;:otie is an ether compound which dries immediately ami in ver iiiil.nues or even irritates the siiiiouti'liio- tissue or skin. A tpiarruf of an ounce of free/one will tost very little at any drup store, but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or calois from one's feet. Millions of American women will weieoim, this announcement since the inauguration of the hltfTi heels. --Advertisement. R. H. CAMPBELL SERIOUSLY HURT The Pas, Man., Sept. 12.-R. H. Campbell, director of forestry, had his head badly crushed, ar-d William Lundy, a fire ranger, sustained a broken leg last night when a gasoline car on which they were returning from an inspection trip struck a hand car. Three other men in the party were not injured. AT THE EMPRESS Last Times Tonight "BLUE BLAZES RAWDEN" A Gripping, Virile Drama of the Lumber Camps Featurlnfl the Great WM. S. HART AN ARTCRAFT PICTURE "A HINDOO HOODOO" A TWO-REEL KEYSTONE SCREAM MMt PCTUOVA, MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 The Celebrated 'Cellist BORIS HAMBOURG In Concert Recital Assisted by MABEL MANLEY PICKARD (Sopranoi and MADGE WILLIAMSON (I'ianlstl Prices ............ 50c to $1.50 Seat) at Box Office Siiupczo tin: juice of two lemons, fpto n bottle eontuiniiiK three ounces of Orcluml White, slmlui well, anil you have a nuui'tei' pint of the best freckle., sunburn iiml tun lotion, and complexion bcuutlfior, nt very, very small cost. Your grocer bus the lemons uml uny drug store or (ollol counter will sup "More Truth Tl'iuil I'oelry." ihe Melro wondi-rpiay which will he seen ill the Kmpress theatre tonight, wllh superb Al me. I'etnivn as the star, has been written by the clover uclroas herself. This is not (lie only photo-drama to Mine. I'elnmi's credit, for she is also co-uutlior of "To (lie Death......rim Bluck Huttert'ly," mid oilier Metro wimderpluys. Jlmt. I'eirovu'ii first work was lis. i writer. On tho London Times she new ply three ounces of Oichuril While for j wrote clever reviews of th it fow cents. Mus.sage this sweetly l'ra-irrmit lotion Into the fuce, necli, aniiH mid blinds each day and see how freckles, miiinuni, wlndburn and inn disappear and how clear, soil ami white Hie sliin becomes. Yoh! II is harmless. AT THE MAJESTIC Moris I Inmlioiiri;. 'cellist, will appear ihi'.'ilre totilphl in a.-sisteii hy Mabel soprano, and Minl^e lb" enleliraled al. the Majestic i cone, rt ] � i-1toi '�laiiiey l'i"kard, \V i ll ia in - -on jiian- liriilali/.ed man lo Ibin^s lbioiii;b Hi man who h;c lo. I 1st. An i I.'thorale pi'n/.rnm '.,; a' Al! -"at s a re now on sal - ,i  t h office, phone lT'J^' AT ST AULA NT) 'I'iic .ini-y in win. ii Tim H in '� �"!;i t ".'in. II. Hart ..[ ln--appe-iraiiee iii all Ar'eraft p; v.hjc.i i-- h-his ii"'' a at t'. .-'1. fur :ii" la, : time ' ti�ini:h'.  � i � ii!.I" r.laz" ' Il.r.', il -ii." ale! h. 0 - ' be.'iie ihe a v, a '-."li i n i;  >; a It'll! a feu"!! of bel.fef dance apjienl of ii. wo | ]H, in. her own son and i j.r lalo'S Ihe roiiiih norlh wiiuiisiiinn lo, her heart in place of the boy she has! lost. " ! A.-* "Tthi" Ida/.".,' 11..v.-iieii." Hart; i- a lumber i;e i; who ha :t cut pro ve.s enormous demand tor tlic popularity of tin. m- The Ukulele, slri.rnenl: UkuKic players derive unending pleasure from the quaint melodies performed on this leading instrument of Sunny Hawaii. It is easy to learn-easy to play-easy to possess. Summer outings are incomplete without the Ukulele. We incuts : Violins. Visit III >mpl"tp stoi n -inimeiits |. diiitars. of th u s' pop-ilnr ir hi;," v ith lli" Yott'll i tljo; tm- ' i ere u,'.lei i- MASON & R1SCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE In "DIAMONDS AND PEARLS," at Starland Friday and Saturday. AUCTION SALE MAJESTIC ONE WEEK COMMENCING crpT 1 (2 NEXT MONDAY................ OHil 1 . ID THE MYSTERIOUS MASTER OF MENTAL MYSTERY DR. ZELL HUNT O M I N G EVENT! THEATRE SPECIAL ASSISTED BY MISS NELLE BURKE, CLAIRVOYANT ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME NIGHTLY THE DANCING BUGS, THE HORNETS' NEST, THE SAD FISHERMEN, THE STRENGTH TESTS, THE LOCAL SUBJECTS, THE HOSPITAL SCENE 25c, 35c, 50c Try To Get In Bargain Prices EMPRESC TONIGHT THE STORY OF REVENGE A WIFE'S IS "Milt TROTH THAN POETRY" A ,1-Ae! Altiro Woailerplay of (lie 1 iiu ritieii J.uw. stiur- illfj lilipei'h MME, PETROVA Also the Allies Official War Review, the most authentic; war budfiet being shown. Also Lyons am) Mor.in Comedy. ROSCOE (FATTY) ARBUCKLt, IN "THti BUTCHER BOV,"-2-REELS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WORLD PICTURES PRESENT KITTY GORDON in ' DIAMONDS and PEARLS UooUti ami pluys, niui in uttciiWinK tliu' hitler iltioiiletl tlint Irt roul iorlti Jay in lU'iiiin'. However, slie iius never t'fust'il lo ho intt'r:'Hl(!il in (lui world nf lelliil'h, mill tiflll writes im( only .sen en stories, luil poeum .which lire models: of licvenu'sh uml wit. ARPHEUM Dorothy Phillips in 'ASoul for Sale' \J TONIGHT Ifi"1 AN ";ROW FOR THE BENEFIT pF THOSE, WHO MISSED THIS BIG SPECIAL-  EE IT AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT. OF lock and Implements AT 0. H. BENSON'S FARM Three Miles North of Commerce and Nine Miles East of Nobleford, Section 36-10-22 On Friday, Sept. 13 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP EVERYTHING V.'ILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. 1 .loir: Droiv hiii'ler 1 (', cl; shut1 Mil,;!" ill-" !',�, l;.-t ; 1 1" II ciil'nst'.i i lis;- is' � : 1 ihiuhle ili-i .-mi r. ro; p'.o'a ; I .lelin IMPLEMENTS v ft.; 1 I>ee|-l,n; single ili;e dr.11. di?c; drill; ! Iseciion irnn linrrnw ; I siihsoll : I In trim; mmui': 1 .Mct'tu nilek mower; harrow : I heavy demoerat hiu:i:y: 1 l-hnor-11.-ere Milky plow ; 1 ton scale; I wheel 1 r.i in l in r......'�'. ' 1 hlaeUMiil;: r huh .'eirJis; 1 single lun;;;y -with pule ami shafts; outfit; I il-liorsc.power s'alioiiary "iiK'ne; t feed rollers; I i:anien cultivator and .......'it; 1 \v.u;on and l.-raln ',:niI:. ii"\v; I truck i;ear; I wannir1; '! V|-ts double :v 'i'i; harne..-; - :iprl" harti".- t"; fas dnri . pi-ini;- :.:i.l l.ii'clinr. ! Ai::rii"l cr' am I'parati lo.i nuiii' foil-, to nieiition. HORSES I'tdiliiii'. '�> y.irs; I u'li-y i;' Itlinr. . S Veil , 1 :.Oirc| ^eldillK, 7 j  i;cllii!U. 7 years; I M.m k mare, > "ar-: I Mi -I. mare, colt at . .". years; ;i ;;-year !" and under tai-li. tiver (his .imo'i! -," moiith- tredit on furnl-liin;r approved joint off lor ea-h mi all cretlil amounts. .- rnsii; ii'jt'.-j at CARS, THRESHING OUTFITS AND PIANO one iive-pas.senc,"!' Chevrolet ear; one Cord ro.itlst'r wltn truck hods; one l_'ja llelder c.r.s tractor In (mod condition; om> Minneapolis Separator "l-iS. in nood contlitlolr, one triple ciikIik! plow with I'Mia hri'iiher hotloins; one Willis l'layor I'luno nearly new. Terms on these: Half cash, halance 12 months oro.dit on fur-nisliitis; approved joint iioti . at v ; m- s'.,_ off for chsIi on croilit amounts. O. H. BENSON, J. A. SMITH, Owner Auctioneer FORTHCOMING AUCTION SALES FRANK WADDINGTON TOMORROW, FRIDAY, 710 5th AVE. SOUTH AT 1 30 SHARP Hound extendi!!'; dining tahle; wiiiinp; desk; mnssive ouk easy ir.�. upliol-tcied in leather; upholstered lounge; FINE QUALITY SECTIONAL BOOK CASE in th: 9-1 RUG; :any china cabinet uiisrdiip oak; oif.isioiial t hairs; oal; roi leers; Il-arin electrolier; STAIR CARPETTING and pails; linoleum; mill dressers and titiinil^: camp I'cd; licilitioni chairs; FOX TYPEWRITER in Al order; very v.ood KITCHEN RANGE, coniplete with hot water front and GAS BURNERS; refriKerator; sewiim luachliie; kitchen chiiir.s; kitchen talde; v.asliiiiK .iiachiii"; lawn .....wer; STORM DOORS; hten- ladders; titianliiy huoks, pictures; kitchen sundries!, etc. Also Case Touring Car in Excellent Running Order TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-m SALE COMMENCES AT 1.30 PROMPT SATURDAY, 316 5th Ave. S. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT 2.39 O'CLOCK HANDSOME DINING SUITE in turned oak, comprising; buffet, round extension tuhlo anil set chairs; solid ouk rocker; t'ino mission oak rocker with leather cushions; i'oiigoleum rug, !�x!i; coneoleum riiB OxS; hedi'oom rocker; ouk Uiesaer; cliifl'ouler; brass trijiinied lied complete with springs and mattress; small oak dresser; steamer trunk; leather pillow;; electric shades; window shades; lace curtains; kitchen chairs; kitchen tuhlo; kitchen cabinet; GAS COOK STOVE; t-oil heater; medicine cheat; wtmh tub; ami Ihe usual kitchen minilries, TERMS CASH ^,. r� � v" v SALE AT 2,30 SHARP ;