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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'UnAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1018 Tin?. LETHBRIDGE DAILY TFERALn VERY CHEERFUL ABOUT FUTURE Baron Khauj-rhnessy Thinks Canada Will Recover Quickly From War Conditions i______________ Uoglua, Sask., Soj>l. 1.",.- "Canada P. ill finil In Siberia and iv reawakened liiis: i.i ii new market fur fmi>li'iii"iili( and for thi'ir lli:itl>iV:i nimmi'irial miuI t'l;inl ;u'i'l>,i i.il inn were already being made which cuuhh'll llilll 111 feel a'SUIcI that llii' �.n wnul! nut Im followed Iiv any  '�lions disi'testion ui' inil us'l'ia i con-hlaia in Ihii ruiiuiry or I>>' iliicui-p!o\ menl. Healing with Siberia a?, a potential 0!� i�  �' i (� I'mi' Canadian manufactured jn i ii I :i. I s ! Ik- baron .1:: led I liiil the l.os-sbiliiics iifl'i't'i'd lor .irriciili nral and iliiliHirml t'jS|t:ii!:.jn in thai country were beginning I" In- realised. Mr i'll-ilnrsod tin- staienieiil id Ii. I). Wllgi'es.s, Hi.' Canadian Hade enminb- �inner, thai thai portion of Ihc Lussiau Kin-iiiri' �iis :i'r.':nly giving indication:, ti; its ability In shake off [In- old shackles and to i'liotitic! its f'uliii'i' founded mi a uioio permanent basis. Healing with i'uiiiiil inn.'i In western f'ariada. II.von sbaughne-sy cxpress-t'il his pleasure at finding that so far nr. In' had poind nil i'il lh'> west mi this }�t'.....HI trip crop coed il ions Wile |.c run.I railii'i' : pi area. ] The two aivpiaii".-:. finhliiiK .ironts. | .'."in mil to hair..' '.lie llorman Infantry : in the coiir.-.i" of an inipoilant "local : ;n lion," iitid. /t a ken h> the lli'it'.-li ami Atn.'j'ican troo)i., hail di.-persed a hat-, lalicii of 'o'l'inan iiil'aniry niarcSnn^ j lip lo the l.attl" area. wh"ii they ;.i[;ht- ; cd. a i|iiailer of a mile heliind the Hit-man line, a .suspicious coup of uhieets under some trei-.c Near the Kroup ol nhjecti were |n or .',u hors"s which were evah'm'ly lean;.' liarr.es-e| to MISS ANNIE WARD 112 tlazrn St., St, John, K.B. "It is witli ple.isiim that I T\Ti!(> to tell yo'iof tlio (jrcat licnclit I rcceiTcd from Uio use of your medicine, ' J-'ruit-ti-li;v.i'. I was a preut sufferer Cor ninny years from j\'ei"vns JJrml-tu /if.: and Cointi/niHuiu I tried rvi'rylliingr, consulteil doctors ; but uotliini,' seemed b, lielji nifl until 1 Ilied 'I'niii.a-1 ive.i". After Iliad taken several l,oxcs, T �was completely relieved of tliesn 1 roubles and biivo. been tiiiUKtuilly well ever .since. .Miss AXXIK AVAllD. 'Fruit-a-iivc:-)' is i'ri'sii fruit, juice-, concentrated and inn-eased. in : 11'fiiflli, combinod witli finest Ionics, and is n l'Ositi\e and reliable remedy for Headaches und Constiiiation. o0% n bo.v.,0 for$2.*X). trial size 'J.>. A tall diider.sorJ'ruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, j Dllawa, Sept.. in.-Th islaff offieora for the. Siherian force | has been left liir^ely to c.|i. I'.lmdey. . uhosr- recomiiiendiilion - nave been a;--jcepied. Officers, olhe. 'nan those ' whoso appointtncnls ha .,' in-i n approv-; ed to date, arc an follow.- : j Commander: Mnjor 'ienesai: (lett. : Fdm~ley. general staff branch : lieaeral rlaff ; office,-, first. p,rade, lb u! -ilniii'l. Mn- jor T. S. Morrise;-, 11 .-' 11 ; -i,,,,..-.] ! staff officer, third la1.....� (I I-- | Adams. I Adjiilant-cerieral aiei .j �. � 1 -;s'iii r:i' i) r i � 11 ') . M.C. ' Adininislral.ive s( rvi'� ',. h. \| S ( ol. .1. It. Clarke. I). A 11 '.! ji.i Tl'.oni.i!' Morrison. Vei liieiil.,.('ol. T. (J. Dein i 'in ' u. S.: bb'tit. Col. .1. .' K'-'.aa Sjifcial appnilil ecs: \ .' \ II. Hteham. l.iason >>;:,� � Iv I)' rihctiinin, M.C i\ id : I.i"':;.-Col. A. K. Lainh- , .'dajor A. 11. A. ArbuCiv. i'".'.somil appoint: ' 11 1 V al;iieh"d .:..!.. . C.ipt r. A. ilallyi). S;s - ; iiv  .I: Col. ,|. S. Denis .'�! .�.. . !.".v. Maior J. K ha ii ! Krambii). Man.. Sept. i- -Ilaron  ShitllKlinc.s.'.y i'eiterateil tiie .-; at i'tiu'tit lection of!1'"1"'" '" Whinipeir that the war would h" over in )'is iluiii a y Kt'o'ip of lli'iuidon iinui in il1 ihis morniiut. ip it :i"l. Ma.ior-ior: i.ii-u'. pitiin... lin- iiiiiiinaniler: Hi'iK.'idi": Ceil, liii'kl'oril. IIriir.'ei" Cel. II. o. Sparlini;. Sia i"llii;i"ic"i: .Major \Y I" jo'- .1. \V. SilKm. I '.ellilllelll al of I'll i l.'e-iit.-Col. A. K. Kwi'c . M � .i..r A. .1 , I'oulpure; ('aid. I'aui C Hi elf. Tip' .-ni� !'� ', IV. � 1 ,nei i..: i ; i I" .imss'S ....I,!".-, .1 of .ii.m nun is t . "i � we;: ion-. I be na'aiiia; nan-. ,n I ii.'e'i .' 1 laiiv.ay wa 1 anotii'"' in -ranee T ae i i j j  � slmubl ii'-ver hii v. - In i-n i .no ;.- in 11 d and iiian;,' |n ..pie r-ali/e i-' :iow. Daion rflmu,dim- � > ijo�-' w i:it i.� he iiuoieil a opno-ei| to c-. ernaieni hv. ii"isiiip. il i- hi.- d'siie t|,,i' h,--uiais!; Ma-i fore ih" eleciova'" approv.- of .u  i la promaini or policy tiiat. lie- danncr- infanirv: 'as �e]i iis ad\antai;es 1.....irisuii-.- . ! .vei"!,e,|. . I Will Solve Problems. I That Canadian- and r-.uiiiff uri v:rv:- " il i -i.' 'It i!r Is ' l'.,ll. iirCi .1, -w.-;; .', �Vhr:,. .V.- In;' !!!.o� >.r \:oTOs' rn*ffA>.,v � 'vfi&i W$ soon out. remove a Hie Hrii-iippeared would be decided must either The airmen somet hiuir. The secret was The (ioniums were trybiK battery of field kuiis hcfoic isb and American infantry on the scene. Stampeded Horse3 Without horses, this task impossible, so tin- airmen quickly that the horse be killed or stampeded dived down until limy were less I hail Inn feet from the urouiul. Then llwy opened fire, abnitu: at the ipms ami tiie demur.ili.'.ed kiiiiiht.;, but seekini; chiefly to lTb:ht"u the horses as much as iios.ible. The horses required little ene()!iriij;eni"iil in this direction, for their drivers drsserteil tl'.em ip search of cover and soon the hor-.es were rtmiiiiiK �tt in all dire.tions. I-'or iiei'i'lj- a mile tile airmen follow ei| (hem ii"io.-s the fields. Then the airplanes were (uracil opce more toward th" halferies liere it. was l"".nd siirp.'i - i'.fiiy easy lo drive off the remain tu; ni-'u oh th" liatteri"h and very soon th" reason became obvious, for only a short distance away, :i� rn-s the ri'ii'.c. the firili-b and American vanc.uards were advanciu-;. Tiie 1 ,i.-l car: rid;.-." in the airplanes was ';ono and two -souls landed in the field nearby and walked up to the spins and in a few minutes calmly handed ihoni over to the British i urn-mande- The Listening Post : I! T. si. Scott: l.b'-i' j J.iom. S. .1. lOUi; Lieiti - i Lieut. T. 11. Smith; !.; _ � ,'ni: ('api. N"vill" ('apt. .lolin Hyde l'.enic ter ciiailtoii; Li"Ui. A: .'ii kit rt; Limn. Aviini! Liepi, 1 loward V. 1 lori-t . i . i JuilllC i si il pi i(ill-; I Of Interest to Veterans, Conducted by H. P. Maddison. w ill . pee'liiv ' "iv i II" \. \V. .la nics; ; problep: i ar;>ipL- cut of til" ti'an-i-. !". T. V.'ib j tion ft mil war lo peai-.- and that 'ic : �o.i I lari; ! ;;overnmepi wii! lie r(-r''y with ;i pro �- Lieut. I'l-juriim provp.'ii;;: 1 -r the empbiymei'.i ;.,!! !l;i-!i";.' of soldiei'-. mil � it l.-'.i. .lantieson; Major i>\\ � OTirii ii; ("api. Ii. Ik I' i' ("iipi. |-\ l�. \Viirn�v: >,.).'. Walter [ for the oiitimt of p. aai id 11.-11 i"s i a:ii foil', ill ravaf:ei| l-'ran. c. i',. h'in lin; Lieut, ii. Knh"i"-: I. "ii. II. H Warren; Licit. \V. 11 nr.".ii�: t'ai 11. J. (',. Moritatr. Li" ; K C. W lor;; Lieut. K. C. Hani. ; l.eut. Thrill",: Major W. .1. S: c;:,, (id; I II. Saw-try: Lieut. II. ii l b-irdi-iy I.bMil. II. C. CrosswciL Cbui. A. .'. to (a lea i.e. Kilmoiit'iii. Sa.-kaloon anil} Kllioti; Limit. C. K. C-,:;;.;. ; Cap:. I� the Alberta Ueiurii'd Soldier Com-1 I-;. Carleton; Capi. .'�. c 'i'wecdi' ; mLsjon when (he sa'ii" conditions j 1 af.p'.. Is. (i. l'.roc'.;.�: i.i'ili. .' T face the depeudenis of Southern Al-j Fowl. Uc.it. baa linn eonip.iuy '� would slrcnuliien tindr (use meatIy 1 Major A. .1. I'atk"-; Cap'.. Liii.i'.ri'l if the city would Like a baud us well. j HeUzemnn; Cape I!. Med. Fir'�.'.' Lieut. W. O. Ssields: l.b'iil. C. U. a:',d other lain P ROSS RESIGNS FROM ISIQN BOARD Oliawa. S"p; i::. Cniu:i,,i I.. Itos;. b.ic, re, iiai'-i hi- in ehairuiau of ;he Canaili.ni poiird. a po.-il ion vvitii Ii lie v. itliout ]>.".'.' sitn-e th" ipcep; b.oard more than iv.n >e:ti~ I'esi.cii.ili'.n lias been ii.-cep TIRES LIKE THESE should vi.it ii; immediately. We make a specialty of ; t onipl work in AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING I'm.' I'.ires. blow-out t lii.Ft-. ; and v.  nil i reads kIvcu cat 'till at;ein\;i;i, If veil ii i V" I ire ! rouble!, you cinini'i do better than to come i" Ip, at oil' '. Keen our aibli'es -. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKinnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL '05 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge. Attn. Phone -195 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. UNIT MEDICAL DIRECTORS Major K. IL Latta has been appointed I'nit. .Medical Director ot "("' I'nit. Invalided Soldiers' Commission. Ills office is at Die liohlen Lion Mock, Kingston, Out. Captain Charles Mat-Kay lias also been appointed to the .similar position in "K" I'nit, with hcaihiuurter.i at Fredorictou. Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 J The Universal Car There nrc more than two million anil a quarter Ford cars In nervh'0 today. Practically one-half of nil (ho cars on Canadian high-wnj'H a>'n Ford cars. The Ford Ih the tlRlitest car for Its power made and llKlilness Is an absolute essential for economy in maintenance and for comfort, in riding. It weighs huvctuI hundred pounds less Ihap Uio ordinary car of tho name power and currying; capacity. It puts morn tiro surfuco on tho ground per pound of car than any other. And tls llt-'htness is also a bin safely factor. Lightness, minimizes tho cost of upkrop by reducing tho wear and (cur on (he (Ires--liy Riving more mileage per gallon of Kasollno and by lesKoning Uio strain and stress upon llm car Itself. Tires for Ford cars are comparatively inexpensive, becauso largo ones aro not runulroil-atul (hey give maximum service because tho car is lighte-Hl. Ford owners have a minimum ot lire troubles and other expenses- and that's a big factor to consider in the buying of a car. It Ih HurpvlniiiRly low in. price-and Ruriirlslnglj- high In value, .....becausi) it Is produced upon a Hcnle so gigantic us to reduce Ilio cost of manufacture) and distributing to a minimum, There In olio outstanding reason.why Hie Ford car so far outsells all others. It Ih a bettor car. Ford Garage C. C. McGREERY, Manager H. E. MEIBACH, Proprietor As we said last week, the councils of our cities and towns, because they are in direct font act witli conditions, ami because their deliberations are usually of a reliable nature, are the best ones lo lake up llu- cudgels on behalf of "ihc girls they left behind them." lines your husband s�i^h in bis sicep, Mrs. Veteran'.' I'lease don't worry about ii, lie's only dreaming' of tile l iuie he had at ('anlston. Old Hill: "Suppose wo lose this blinking war after all'.'" All': "I'd lull the guy that found 'it again." Yhe . Croat War N'oxt-of-Klu art; staging a tag-day for tho Lotlibridge liranch of the (ireat. War Veterans Association on Saturday, October .'.th. I'lease don't be afraid of filling Ibe boxes when making your contribution. Fancy Calgary importing goats from lite -Suites. It just shows how they miss Tiippy Frosl, J. .", p.m., on Sunday' next, after whclh the Veterans Quartette, will go over the top. If yon are on fit led to a ration, or think you are, please turn up in full marching order. .M:. Coombs will command (ho parade-. Th** government wants lo save sugar, and calls upon the public to use less in their tea. Quite a good idea, but why not. train people to drink beer. Nobody -wants HUgar in beer, and some of us; wouldn't require much training, either. The Kaiser says be doesn't want. Helgiuni. Having seen the moss he has made of il, we don't blame him, But I\let Dismal Failure-Captured Hun Officers (Jloomv FLYPADS \ S&i "eai)' options. / \ '" letter at many points. Some officers taken yesterday appear to be very gloomy over the situation from their standpoint. They stato that (ho Herman high command had staked everything on the battle of the Marne. which has failed so completely. NEED LABORERS Moose Jaw, Sept. l;>.-The harvest holp Ritualiim in the Moose .law district has become- very acute, now that throshlng Is In full swing. Reports rocoiviHl hj Die government agent; and also by the private employment, agencies aro thai unless a morn adequate supply of men m .secured for the ills-trie.l. many threshing outftl.N will not bo oporated. The owners of many out-fitfl prefer to allow tliem to remain idle rather than to try to operate Uie.iu with uu.lv half u. crou*. '.fvtx cj t-j-e.- * %i if if 4"ijne.J Universal Usefulness XTOWADAYS many tirc-mcikers are urging motorists * ^ to use non-skids on rear wheels and smooth-treads or "driving" tires on front wheels. I he remon given is that nrjinarv non-nkids. with their �mnll projer-lions, niiike iitrering difficult wh V used in front, tho effect being much the name as driving over rough roads. IhoiiKli some non-skids are unsatisfactory on front wheels, it i� evi dent that the, use of two different kinds of tires involves serious dis-..dvuntrtges. In the first plnce it becomes necessary to carry nn additiomd �ptet:tipn ngninst skidding. The ide.i] tire m ii non-skid (on structed t>o that it protects aK.uust skidding and yet steers easily and smoothly. Suiha tire is 11:,- ML-ln'lin ('ui: .-r.^.t Xou-SkuL It is ei Vnifer.u:l /iv in Jeter ot �;.�.'// ci.c in iniiii,'. It.t futjittt-c! tr.nd is the most .-/'/'.-, .h.-'c rubber non-skid ctrr d.-sitcd. )Vr tint tread is ,, hr,.id nil:/ /:'(!/ thai it steers /mf u.. .viiiee.'/i/y and easily as