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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fHK LgfMWtlPO^PAILT HVMkU� FRIDAY,-APRIL 9, 1M0 LEADS THE DOMINION IN GMKVAOE EARN AND GIVE" CAMPAIGN -re~7r Uaeef Tre*** ji Pewetiesa to  4^ PetrogrW Apr. Two Otmu warahlpa aad Mfm! torfMo bMtt have '��dad troopa.h Vfe)lM4 and occupied the town of HfeaVM, aoat* of Helsingfora. Several fttattlan worship v including foar.anknieiinee warn powerless to preventnne entry of tfce i ikrmiiH tnto thm harke* of Haaso. ! and the sailor* *ank tbroo of the amp* j In the harbor to pnrent their cap- I ture. j The commander of (ho Baltic fleet j i has sent a communication to the tier� j man commander concerning the Oer- i ' man alms and protecting agnlnsl the | entry i>r German warship* a* a viola- > thin of (he Hrost-I.itovsk peace treaty ( which guaranteed the security of t|p en unable to reach the naval baae | at Kronstadt. The fleet includes two : artroreil ship*, a division ot torpedo hosts and aubaiarlnes. An anti-Soviet uprising among the ir services for a sufficient length of �ir-,r to earn %W towards the Earn and Give" Campaign, row inuimui.Kivl in Canada In connretto:t with th'' overseas work of the V. \t ;eei�Uv to tin- im-mory ot their t'lTiiier |ir�pos;il ot tev, mr'iln :> of the Brothers cpta* of KnoV,church. Lethbridge. Some time :;ko a hug.- earn �ml m> t ctiirpaUsn for Y. M. A. oversea* work was Inaugurated in the I'nlted States, and on' of the *r,:',.inm.nti.i to he raised the boys of the states raised M.oeo.mio h>- earning this sum at some ^whereabout* of Mie Russian Black Sea being inaugurated in Canada, and it Is hoped fIp"'- according to a wireless atate- i inent sent out front Petrogi ad Thura- . ,.................,........ _ district is under the direction of Mr. J. B �"�>'� The statement, which is signed AV?lki. ..... spe:"�l work .*;ny urnatlng" thtir ea/nings. A similar campaign Is no* to Ret lirtoo 'ioy- i?i t'R'i:ida to earn and donate $1" each. Th provtn-i : re being divided Hp into districts, and l.ethhvidi. ..... ..................------ -� - . i>d ts'�> b. devofHi to overseas work of the V M. C. A. boys- work in India and t hlua. and | "> pro* til' Tlie n"'liry ilSI't la !)'�> - wort i!) ( Th" firs! ;iled-^es i,. the campaign to be sent in from nnywhere in the Dominion come from the Big Brothers' clns� if Ktm\ ("In: r- 11. I.ethiir'dg" of �hie!i ten members, as tl�'�i-rll>ed above, have pledce(N^li) ealy for -h.;' work, but as a .-p� tai memorial In perpetuation of the memory �>* their brave class-mate 'i :t. niiies in it �>..>.. i,i the picture are: J. Wood. .1 H Van Harlem. R. Waddington. 8. F. Rogera. X. I., llig i-ilxtthuni. P. B. \j{Jsosi. K. c. Ni\.-it. (;. t.lrr. A. H. Roberts>- iJv te|- t; ia . Y. M C. A.. I. -K-irn ami Give for "Karn unit ln.vs nf Canada. e. g. BARKER. Chairmak. R M. To Sablin. fleet commander. Sevastopol: Wire us position Black Sea nhvy. especially as concerns Odeaao, Xlkolayev. Batum and Treblzond. We bave no recent information as to who is in possession of there place*." - A Petrograd despatch to the Daily Mail dated Wednesday says that German steamers have arrived at Odessa. f.erman banks, the despatch adds, are reported to have offered the Russian government a loan of one billion ATKINS, Secretary. ( roubles to be guaranteed bythe revenues of tlie N'orthern and Siberian railways. r iii.'  , uddre v 4 , of one nani�> oi thatOteacher and the or her school, and we told v. ell-known Winutpegger who Begins Saturday Morning at 9.00 AT SIXTH ST. 1, DOMINION BLOCK, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE GRAHAM MOTOR CO.* GARAGE. A $5,000 to $6,000 STOCK to be SOLD AT 10^ to 40% on the DOLLAR Consisting of dress,goods and coatings, flannels and flannelettes, mulls and dimities, cambrics, nainsooks and long cloths, towels and towelings, embroidery and buck linens, table cloths and damasks, sheets and bedspreads, pillow 'cotton ana sheetings, piques and repps, voiles and marquisettes, velours and kimona cloths, lisle and cashmere hose, shawls, aprons, house dresses, gloves, wool caps, underwear, children's dresses, boy's wash suits, handkerchiefs, buttons, romper cloths, shirtings, baby flannel, boys' and girls* sweaters, etc., etc. ALL THESE LINES ARE DAMAGED TO SOME EXTENT BY SMOKE AND WATER BUT WITH WASHING WILL BE PRACTICALLY AS GOOD AS NEW. NO DELIVERIES. NO REFUNDS. NO CREDIT. Everything will be sold, without reserve, so come with a well filled purse and prepared to supply your needs for some time to come. CLARKE & CO. SIXTH ST. S. DOMINION BLOCK - Directly Opposite Graham* Motor Co. Garage Watch for Red Cross Drag ft Book Co. Salvage Sale Next Door. ^ A A C >>'> Eariy in February w I without names " of the schools in non-VhiglisU-speakiUH distriits u-f Manitoba, the establish ment i. which, -.inder the energetic 'BUperviiMon of Mr. Ira Stratton. Special School p-ganizer. U a work for which the name of Hon. !>r. Thornton, tlie Minister of Kducaiion. wiVl beTieM in deserved Uoat.:- in tin to come. . Vju may not .>.:. > ; (.ime into our office and put the price j of a fine box of candy in our hand, aak-"Heliograma") I ing us. as a favor to him. to send It � published here: in !:er. without mentioning his name. . And he and ourself agreed, in the children each had some-and fno men at ihe trlglit school-and the last were eaten by the women who carae to the hoys' and girls' dub meeting, and had afternoon tea-and the box is being used now. and will always be valued. . ' The children wrote a letter cf thanks ! for some sewing material that was sent anonymously-from one of the inoie emphaiic language thau is alto-  people you mentioned). I thought- rether suitable for publication here. 14r.it from a letter I got litis morning ] thai each one of those truly self-s3c-; I think it may have been Mr. Strat- > rificlng young women: pioneer school- j ton sent it. However, 1 am sendinc ) teachers in the non K'ngltsl: speakm.:! you the letter, in caae it was one of j districts, has more genuine patriotism j the people you mentioned. 1 and public spirit in ixT little finger j Yours very gratefully. j than there is in all the bodies and]------------I soals (if they ha^c souls) of all the' We beg to assure that young wo'-J years i politicians who ttftve done their wacst , man that her letter has given more | have I to bedevil Canada with their scurvy, pleasure than inat box o>f candy RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO/S 3-Day Mon^-Saving glanced at this column tbai day. and accursed politics. so we may say brief];, here that t! at J Well, the letter from that teacher letter ieiat�-d ia the raa^i matter-of- i acknowledging that box of candy, went fact manner that the bra.e. compet-: astray. And as we had sent the box ent. ,fine-.-=pi: younir woman " -lie ' by registered mall, we had the mat-*is. sad to say. a widow t who wrote ' ter looked int 7. We have now receiv-it- 1 If we alt did o.tr duty as well ; ed a letter froru her, 'u which ebe as *\tf is doing her-: 1 had by the; writes: ta�i of her lirs- v.pfk got her night ; . . 1 wrote by return mail, and I school started to.- men. had begun the I am >orry yon did not receive my let-hot laoch sysieiu in her day *chool. j ter. as you will think 1 am ungrateful, ami was preparing to leach First Aid . whi. ^ 4 - * FIRE SALE Dominion Block. Behind Simpson Co.'s Store Saturday, Monday, Tuesday. Jf5 S We have carehfly separated tke Salvage from ow store tad destroyed all that was injured aad kept only tkat wkkh was to a groat extant nndaniaged. In this store we have nearly $6,000 worth of assorted stock that is mostly in perfect condition and this will be sold at prices ranging from 4 25c to SOc on the Dollar If yon look over the following list yon wiD find many necessities which yon can buy at a saving of from 50 per cent to 75 per cent r INK, WRITING TABLETS, TALCUM foWDERS, PERFUMES, TOOTH PASTE, TOOTH BRUSHES, SCRIBBLERS, TOILET CREAMS, NYALS' REMEDIES, BOOKS, EBONY GOODS, IVORY GOODS, BRASS WARE. ABSORBENT COTTON, BANDAGES, ETC, TOILET SOAK, PENCILS, DOLL CARRIAGES, DOLLS, PEROXIDE, WATER GLASS. ; v , PEROXIDE 2 FOR...... .........v.......25c PALM OUVE SOAP 4 CAKES FOR..................... 25c WATER GLASS FOR PRESERVING EGGS 2 FOR.................*......... 25c r SCRIBBLERS 5c size, dozen.....>........ 10c sue, doien.......... PENCILS Assorted Kinds. Dosen \. ..... 4- 25c 50c 20c No Deliveries No Credit The RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK Co. FIRE SALE STORE DOMINION BLOCK OPPOSITE &RAHAM MOTOR CO. WATCH FOR CLARKE k CO.'S SALVAGE SALE NEXT DOOR. Nat ;