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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 5, 1917: .TWKI.VU VULCANIZING We have a thoroughly equipped plant or.d are experts In work Is guarantied, TRE h tear Hundred Thousand of Ihc Enemy Casualties Between July and November on! Sciiirne FronU TTfeaJr.-.years from (he chll rdioD will history or the Euro- peau of wars. Perhaps by theavjthe.'TrementJous figures -will hot ihetu, but'for us who live duriag ures cerlairily seem The iridnev thal'.it: costs Britain and Ihe allies to feaii" captured en- "eniv would have conducted, auy one up 'to1 ih'e present. -Eysry1 large rmoLiou 'picture: roncern world has 's'srit. their, camera nit-Q to' catch what scenes can during this.terrific struggle, 'Some of Uie-films'bniuglitr...... of wlial Is rightly "You villfsee the Drllish anil -bovs enact heroic deeds that h'are by the king of lion- ir. 'lU'esie. pictures you rUl Vcmder.'.-jrhai follows -noil. Two i A Hup 9f _ hull blsh; .uouthlttg Iii sheen liiieJ wwls'iud'Hillpcr BH-athr-u froui .store to eloro uinXlul: eiVhanuliiE u hit of clasluc "ftok In tlio nuil tegfllier ngtiinst H Indcn uluJ, And eallus wllh niluci.oJ luuds Uiolr L-oM nitiVday diuuer. ATtor Iho uu'al Iho fanuer'd wauteJ to shop a HULL'. Sho must" either leave Ihe children lu-ibo trail 'heiu aficr her Jntb lhe: accom- Billed by damp wrnpa aiiJ.. almost certainly, a wolliug lufaiU. Ko; ,ng lo to'.vii" lu'n certain MEuuPsutn coiutuuiiitj' 2r50D) Wfk3 not au Joyful adviiii- uro for the rarmer'a >vlfo beloro 1901. Graco Ueggor .lu "Woman's Homo CompciiiCD." Tho local woman's club, a vbnrlor member of tho Minnesota Federation bf Women's Clubs or- KdiiUatlon since JS95, saw tho uecil o( iomo sheltered place tljese families could irately leave tho their wwl-.Thus wns rouuUcd.'ian'liisU' lulldn Avhifli hV bec'u numbers'of others where similar con dltlons urcvajted. Nor. has tho Eood n-ork been IfmltfJ only, to Minnesota After u prellDilanry -nsiUtioii In anil'" In iiilvato IIOIUPS (urultqrc gtven and kindly, underslantllas reeourceful was. Secured for matron. The rooprchoscn was a large one (n a two storey bullJiufi In the Tris vB tremendous bailie or old ma- chinery -of-aibilw, the bayonet, sabre auJ- -gun, rifle and pistol arid Maiinvguris on tripods, all arms. filled Ihclr roles. PAIRIOIICFID (uvornblj AD, iiltitit senlcc lii' liiilit- nlll bo iwiJu' v 6i rttlii ;.i (Ijtll'lul u[ llio Mujctalli siulf, win If.ivu in iba muniUm for luj will ujbisi hi, oli, totllilK llilliflt'M lulu (ha ihccp wllh Ihd uf flocX liluuelf In iho nour AVr." towii Held rather u leucihy n-eslou last ov- K coiisjjcruljlo amouo't ibuBlhwsJ tuspoaiU'Uco wiia rcail (rom rfjirc1 M.IM1., "alnl- lug thsil IcgljlLiilpii [tiuil uccn lussrtl nullinrlclns nnd si-hool boards tu It) (heir fgr I'nlrloilc Kund imriws U was .unanimously esprewcJ that Luis n just method of dealing with tlie fiotn DIG fa.ci Mm, UjlHiuu li ludclliilicly. ill HI NO A'OVOOATE rti.iJ vvujl AH avdoili for WGIMKII CruKo. 'or tliKlloQ lu liom? pi u by nc-' [''Ojli'd uiilx KkMitlnfi. coulllloii ro- ll) A (or.lliu scut for QAMDUIN1 vinniiiiit1.' Aiini 'i .n li to Imvn cauii.-il J.i'iiliiii. toriwr Bwunlnrit lot >'ir- 'luliur II, Mi'lA'iinaiii a (ruin lU-uliT, lu (urn" MK fiuiNt for n milu '-oiilcr lii'iTJor lo xci-ouii Mi ijiniuii win rlmritcil '-In iho conn H-ltli hirliif ninl i-anoil n intu orik'r (or C.OtD liiiiliv'ln o( whi'iit. Wllh llio n-ullifil by Ihli mile U U nllt'l'.Cil ho hiivo' money ho Ihnl most every ono could bo roach- ed and the burden for' contributions woulj nol full on tlie few thai wero willing. A motion was put mill- car- ried that 'bo provided for this urpose out of tills More Fire Protection' .The mailer of tire, protection came, up for discussion; 'Prices Imlng bocn previously obtained for small engines, tlio sccretary-lreasurrr renuesled lo order a Dickie- Jr.', nu'AJax, W gal. Several largo buildings have been destroyed by firb Hie last few years, and it was felt tlml iliu toivii couUl. no longor afford -'to bo l Ece-modern" "star Inventions. TnimEorrnatton'of tactics; arc now usiiis porlable.'-sLIeMs for ami putting uu wire entanglements. A inirrbr :Eighl uy which your- ritte could 'be aimed while Ilie fircr stood sideways arid oiil: of danger. SLrap- nel h'elmqlz, respirators and lasllr big Runs and the famous tanks.. onlir-iriil 'jija-see.-tiiese but the (H: reeling of the uses of all these late war "yeulclea- These pictures de- pict all methods used lu ihe' rriariy' different "pbas'es of mode.ru warfare." must; admire the dar- ing of the lu'a'ny' cameramen who Trent uii'derv fire- in. "order to photograph been good snd some iadincrenL Those The pictures are clear have been too stjrrlqs were I and lllumlnntlns. shoiv the.hor- 'f.-. liiually barred or the as well as the more spec- ever, .very recently the British and "French censors have Removed the banj C." put'oh plrast .The Astral Film bfouglit lib'VancQuver the -latest and. test, oj ,mlj pic; 'tbe'f'raacir'and 'So'name' irbnlr' tacular side and this him Is especially note.WbT.thy. because nothing about H fpefns'to of iinliniiled educational valne. will, sit-in cQmforlable-.CQalr heiore your the trodpa'las thev are: conducted bombardments'' 01" terrihla throagh the lints a Ihe see "a.'terrible shell at the point where-the pp- trenches arc only fony feel A- J bombardment sixteen Jiich guns on filmed daring the. I in the Al- This picture story of tile work'of our men and our. allies. at _f rg h'l iwi jOjitC. EhQjyn'lai' tbe Majestic tomorrow aod SaluruViy. The Red. Cross "society entire, profits ihrs feature With the Allies" Trill. "donate to tbe 'Return Veterans Cye per cent, of all their prbnts.- ed Anieri- c. of "war hop'ed in adds, that Ibr. South Amer.icaT though the HUQS se the" renmanl5'cf this-mnrdcred of the repuui :'itf tjo'ri, doggcftly flgl'Jne L business cenlro ot .town. At.the bach 6 kitchen nnd liyatory eJ. Limltatlou uf fuuds required Ihe committee to go slowly, but blooming plants in ihe windows, yratty whiio curtains, and Iho donated furniture save the ykco'a comfortable .slarl: Tho year the-'rtwm had Us btrth, (ho cllj- council roiitrilJUted tivaiity- 'five dollars, and. tha- oltliens 'gave enou'Eh'mord'Lp carry for twelve ruohths. 'The second year the council, ol Us own to ihe clubvomeu: "The Heat-room seems ib be oC auch heneTit that the council v.-ill pay over Io a cbminlltve a tertafn sum each month, if it ivlll ooH- afler details.'" The offer was AddUtonsI sums need- eel from time io time have been" given by tbe city. This Institution, .ELS.far as ;nown, "Is the only' one of. its kinil i-hlch Is entirely supported by the nunlcipality. The cliy council ayprourialed lo U T20 a niobth until Ihe town nought he bulldlag. nelnk free, It ;iyea Slo a month, with no charge (or :eiepbonp and "electric-light service. second floor of the house forms he iiy-lng rooms .of the matron, and over ubil' above .receiv'lns free hei aud fuel, she la given ilO a nionth She. U ratter strictly" Ihe day, but Sundays .and holidays are .ers. aad the work itseli is.noi arilu- iUS. 1 Twelve times ?15 With this sum the nesi-room 'committee iriust pay the" matron's buy ..CueK soaur niate_-repalrs, ..and re- ,wDuld-nbt''sgeni adequate; biil'lhere are occiElooal private tontributlons, Ihc tinier is council dcJnates a-'ton-pr two of "coal, for the cp'uncil whaUthis pleasant refuge [sjdpne for the.low'ii. i-'-; .jAIteT, Ihe farm people, who had i foqt.twlce at avery hard-eaTTted-pepDy reafizcd that, 'there fpr'tbe'iise of thts'-real town more irequent-p.nd'' the inerchants profited "frooi those Jir- Ins twenty, and from those who did hot a journ- ey- which ended in "a 'warm 1 room a riiolherly. dry ts and ihem io rest on couches ainused tho children while the parents'-'shop- without abili se ilitv of segregatin crelar'y-fr'casurcr an protection. The advls- g luo "office, of nil road supervis- or and town mur-chal was commented on pro and con. Aid. E. I'iugreo Tanner remarked tint lie had gone on record before ilio last election ns being in fuvor of Iho or- der to procure more efficient service, ani wns still convinced th.it it would bo for Clio best, esticclnlly In view of ibe fact I'UKC t-uusiuerablo road wc-rk would have to bo done, during tho summer. Mayor. Bennlon expressed Iho opinion that-efficlcr.cj- had been. njAlulained wlth.lljo ope-raan syfteril aud that ruan could give per- fect satisfaction ''during the 3iimmoT months.- Afler" a long" deliberated on Ibo voted not lo inake tlio c hango, and that the .-salary ba fiseil at year instead 6r {13SO.OO, as'a .result of board ryl jf vy u IT- i r v f Buy the best when buying, they are cheaper iii Set the f f Clothes, and iKoae of inferior style, make and material, to -r-tV-: J l HOT IN THE SCHOOLS collecting, over hall Tuesday.. AprljiOlh. Is the date set Iho eleclioujjou the-, electric light ranchise, -to tho' Crano if the" vole sis avorable. It rslpiliortant ihat a large ole b'e lonest ratepayers bo ipressed, a rnatlcr-'Whicl 10 ears. The coiirlcitifl'ei ment ihej- liave oinparij-.-lfroui Calgaryiis a goa'd- prio ho' rates for" lisbtlnsand powef'.pur Fifth Stree Lethbridge is nusual .fft.v _ fc in Quality '5'' UnUsucil in Actual Value icreasing" frequency IB progress of an improvement In je country" schools which is.'or.lhc rst importance, and deserves all Ihe It caii he' and all help tGprards-rnali'lnj it'gen- ral throughout the The mprovemcnt "referred to ia.lhe provis- on oC hot luncVior" the children at ie schools. The Blnscartb School District has ust heen added list ofjsbhool istricts in" which there has been in-1 a system of providing.a. hot meal at the nooujhour for arec a Ions drfve to school and have LJ, j> eat their midday meal In school. Ml Xt'lhe there--Is .a -.Noon; Hour Club irjKlhls meals serv- d "on the IhlriyroV'tays'sliidiifihls ystcni was established; the ajutage ost has heen for s sugar, .etc., .cents'; lupll l :j1, Inspector Falls of XccDawa, tcjts or s. young .chilli attending school-in' his District who formerly used rcgulirly o bring his-lunch home linoncncd at night This was a delicate lr> 'ar.colH -'rot appeal. teacher in this "school decided Iq lunch dea. Ereryjrtay ..Lhc children have one hoi.dish and and from the day thjs began referred to has pa leu his lunch' rcg- nlarly.and taken his little pall "home emply every health ha? Im- proved; he enjoys his school life as lie did" and he better '-.J' .jThe. moVcmcnl. lo, malke IMsjhot lunch al hoim general, in'.thc ecjiools Is a rnovcmrnl or Im- portance to the cause ol educational progress., .PROGRESS IN PEnSlA'jr 4, via by the moving 'tvoll friSra Kcrlnd, In Persia, Is eimo'inced by the war ofl'cft The Turka arc continuing to tall back before them toward or tht hordcr, An Introductory Spring Easter Offering A spcchiL puvchusc ol' Hue, (luality .siiils.i'i'oni a jijitcd Aiucvk-uii -i Suits slyle l v ,-L selected rubrics. cxti'cinp, cmiservalivc: o and tlii'cc'-iruUon styles with J i'V> llic. ii.ssordiicntriiichiacs two :i stift roll front, peaked or regular notciic'd laivci.s, sliaiicly form'" 1 or lo.osc lielts Isulorcd; Ironrllie ninisl extr; inaryvaricty of iinltej'ns aiiU siml'fiicdijS, f aiid i'dau men, aiinl-, ;