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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, 12, X915 THE LKTHUIUUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ifc WOUNDED CANADIANS KfilClllI'KlJATK; HOSPITAL AT LK TOQU I'OKMHHLY CLUBHOUSE The right picture shows Uio Hold now cqulpptM] wilh 300 hospital beds; 300 more shortly to ibo installed In tents. The group In the centre .-allows tho chiefly Canadian doctors. In the front row .from left to Capt. Bent- Icy; Major H. C. Elliott; Lleut.-Col. A. SchllllnRton, O.C.; Major McKelvey Bell- In Uio second row, Ictt to right R; Pentlcost. In the back row, Captain J. Wood; Captain B., Fisher and Captain Youae.1 The up- per picture shows orderlies at rest. Tales From the Trenches (An OfficerUn- the R.F-A. tin mugs Think of it [.Li 1 was standing by a motor car ambrosial nectar and cvecy gold, hing else n talking to a staff -officer when a" shell that is precious and .unobtainable m whizzed over us. He delicately knock- the mugs. ed'tlw asli off a cigaret he was smok- j GERMAN ing- "Pretty he remarked, and MUSICAL-COMEDV GERM resumed the previous conversation! A loldier writes 1 visited ,an 'observing officer sta-1 This is the second time I havi 'We le'lt if to "c been in the trenches.. First.for .three days the muzzles of their rifles cheering.-man yesterday, sixty-one years of like blazes. Most of them had "Teddy i age. For three months she lias been Bear" coats on too. wandering homeless with her hus- I The ground is just hehiml the' is'aged sixty-live, begging church uoL far from tliu trenches, and a. meal and .shelter where they can. twice before wc have had to fill in Her two sons are serving with the shell holes before wc could start to French army. In spcukinp oi the war, play. At the last match the last shell slie .referred to it as "the great, un- the Germans fired came plumb on the happiness." She was a very clean, centre of the ground about, ten inin- Very meek little woman. I was so utes before we kicked ofT. One soon verv sorry for her. "1 am vciy old about shelling when the play and" my husband is sixty-five years starts. old it is the hardest tnsk of all be- ff the Germans could only-have hal ing a refugee. hut-tress-talking io a sentry. Then 1 one sang us songw. let 'fhem.stimd.Kisy lor k- minute, and- We quite plainly. The oa walked OD to, reconnoitre. Probably first song, Alexnnder" s Hag Time ajl onc to as I taovod three rille biilHts "ping- Band, we oould hear his comrades {liatVh'uttress. And so it goea clapping him aiid he theji sang the un.. chorus Ironi 'ne Chocolate'Soldier Do thing goes to my and Way Down'the Swancw. River. head like strong wine Whether 1C is He sang these in pretty good English, dill form of funk I don't know, but; While it goes on I am drunk I I lauKh SMELL ON A FOOTBALL PITCH absolutety nothing and my- head is j A sErgeatil; in writes I think, because Tommy takes every- dead tin their tracks. Is it not dread- thing as il or sfooot- ful to make war upon women and children and civilians indiscriminate- ly', timir all, and finally to Ihrbw'dbivn into the cellar nn incen- LIFE IN THE NAVY 'A stamau in H.M.S. Tiger writes diary bomb as a last act to burn A line to thank you for the papers what was left behind them which arrived this evening. They _ Mail, were very welcome, and I have spent' couple o! very interesting hours with them. As we hold practically, no COTTON SEIZED London, April cargo of I manage to talk Did I mention hefore'that we have communication with the'shore, papers CDtLon American steamship Na- liut it is an eiiort. I am a football have had are a reai tic.2t wc appvc_ absolulcly-.jijtci-aut of.jiyi'seir, wild- hard luck. ..Our general stnttciV the cinte the kimily thought that prompts was ordered to l--t it is an effort 1 am a football nave nail are a real wc appvc_ trom Galvestou. for Bremen, absolucly. ijtcd-out, of. inyseli, wi d- hard luck. ..Our'general stnttci' the cinte the kimily thought that prompts was ordered to a prize ccurt today, ly treading on- air league by cup. The d.vision the people who send ,uMer tho orlier council covering Then when it is all over 1 have that is split into four .tables. Each tnhle We manage to gel a good deaL oi to and from Germany This sickening, dropping you has six teams, .who play one match fuil out 0[ litc_ 1Vc the first cargo detained under this if. you were made of lead only against esqh other. rinc 011 boaud. Tonight we had ordar The Navajo has been held at and you were sinking down. I of each table then .play off on (lie a pleasant musical evening. Usually I vent to a dinner other knockout system. have a rough-and-ready concert' night trench not far away. Sure- j oiir last match-was againat a Scot- ami a number oi very good sing- ly i.t. most freakish, whim- tish regiment, and we had to win to crs. Our concert usually consists ..of sical, fantastic .dinner party ever tie another'.regiment jor top about a dnzeii turns Kvery free even-- Jieiml of. Ve each took oar own place. He lost, and-so -ve are out of jrlg tlierc arc a number, of. men mugs, knives, forks, spoons and it. ing. plates. One mail even ottered to take I was a spectator at two nis own rations, hut the offer was matches. oi the TO anyone not used to nayal life an 'evening hure would regi- Our battery deck is COALUALE. of thB farmers in this district have been losing cattle with blackleg.. John McD. Davidson lias had the mis- lo lose four head of register- Ihc SunbcamK holding an in- vitation dance in the K.. P. hftll to- nighti The inuinhers have been busy uvcnir programs which will l.c sold. IiiviLations are bring issued by the Flower Guild for a ilancc which will be hold in liiu-K. of P. hall a week from next Mrs. II. H.- Nichols will not receive toniorrow or thHrseafion. Mrs. S. Y: Hiirst left this after- noon to vlBil Mr. a Mrs. J. Heard' oi. How island. Mr.- and. Mrs. Hugh Bayd have as their guests for a-few days, Mr. and Mrs.. ,iv Moyil' of Winnipeg, who are en route home Irom the Panama Exposition at San Francisco. Report of tbe Nursing Misalon for the inontli of Number of. naw patlenti........ 35 Number of old. patlenU......... 6 Number of mfitro pttlents...... 0 ProfesBlontl calls, Professional calli, nlffht 8 Friendly .and relief calls....... 90 BusinepVciUs 62 hours'Bpent rit Bchool-.........18H Patient a paying full fee........ 6 Patients paying part fee....... 9 Pallenls-.cared rpr.frae........ 21 Provisions liave been aupplled to 110 families, milk to 34 fanilliei, medicine to eleven fraoh een.to Aeven patlenLa; .children and one woman were '.given new boots; aew clothing.Buppllei to.nine achort child- ren, and throe Infanta' outfits given where no preparation could be mads for them; old" clothing and boots to eighteen ftmiliefl, and to seven men who room Placet have been found for maids, and dap's work for. nine two men; Cive nurses ware'supplied lor outside thirty-one loqds of coal deliv- ered by the city. (Sfgned) A." M. Superintendent. GROCERY BULLETIN PHONE 313 Ii'rosh Rhubarb 3 pounds for Pet pound 25c 4 riudlshea and. Onions; Per For pound EXTRA SPECIAL Ontario Potatoes, for seed or cooking 1'er sack Apples, Bon Davis, 6 pounds Tor...... Per dozen Per dozen........... Royal Crown Soap 2 pockets (or 25c Sunlight Soap 11 bnre for 25c 44c packets for Panshiae for 50c 25c 25c rv. Hudson's Bay Co. be iuterestiine j fortune to lose four the playground" j animals. rejected, with.scorn. And, ye gods, of. The flrRt one was-against ._b. UU1 Ulllttll 1B UUIJ Hiaj BJ.uuuu- v all that is .most eccentric, what a inonfc that was gping'ioto .the .trench- Try to imagine a steel compartment'- lllc school concert on riiursday ev- meal Vaslljere'! immediately after the-match. They abouL 8 ieatThigh, 18 feet to 30 leet orunE was a decided-success, in every Hard-taclrbiscuits, bully beefrKjr as paraded in full.force. to_ cheer their wide, and roughly 100 feet..long. One" way.. The school room was crowded Tommy calls it, "corned on, and all ready, 'for trench end dancers are enjoying themselves capacity, and the program render ricd -with potatoes'that were harder work. I wish I hid; haa5-a- camera, to the strains oi a mclodeon. The re- was au unusually attractive one, than-'Crefrnan--bullets. Then plum.pud- When their teamjscpred'it 'would have mainder of the crew are scattered iellecting credit on the pupils and dings from'.'home, and coffee made quite a deceut .-picture to see about mostly seated OQ the deck busy teachor, Mrs. McLeod. Mrs. sign liqueur, all. the regiment their caps on with raids dominoes and .papers assisted with the music, ilerc and there you will sec. a follow I presented with flowers _ U.S. Waaliington, April von the Ge'rraan Ambassa- tonight the texi of the note be recently-presented to the state', department, declaring that "If the American people desire to observe true 'neutrality, they ..will find means to stop the exclusive of arms, to one least to use this export trade ae ft'meane to uphold the .legitimate, trade -.with Germany, eBDeclally. trade Ip tcadatufis." Russian Official Tad, via, London, April 12, The following Russian official stale- merit, regarding the fighting In the theatre of the war, given out here, states: "On the west ot llie Xieraen river dt dawn on Friday, we attacked the German positions between Kal'rvarya and Ludwinoiv, and after n stubborn bayonet fight, captured two lines of trenches. We iocJt 600 prisoners, u.ai- ong whom were severs'! officers, and eight "In the Carpathians, in the direc- tion of ilezalaborcfc, we took the feualve from positions near Czbolocz, and dislodged the enemy from Wir- ada. At Wolemchoma, we captured j Hill 909, 'which means tuat the enemy liae been driven back along the whole Ji There Are Two KITCHENERS, Who Is the Other One? Ask Your Daddy J French Official Paris, April 12, via Ifol I the progress of the campaign was JB- sued by the French war office Satur- day night: "Between the Meuse and the MOK- elle we have retained all the gro.untl gained, and have made fresh, progress. Between the Orne and the Meuse there Jiuve ueen no engagements. "At Les Sparges the .enemy haa un- dertaken no action, either with, in- MONTREAL NEWSPAPERS IN BIG LIBEL SUIT Montreal, Que... April E. lcholB, president of the Montreal Dally Mall Publishing Co., yesterday afternoon obtained Ihe Ifliue of sum- monBee calling upon tho Montreal Her- ald Publishing Co. C- Gordonsmlth, managing editor, and Arthur Lei the ad, secretary-treasurer, to come before tlie court to answer to a charge of crim- inal libel, in addition, a search.war- rant was lEEued to enable the com- plainant to search the offices or -tha ierald Co.. In-order- to .obtain- poEsea- elan or the orlgiual manuscript of art- cles of which complaint is made! PRESIDENT'S SON KILLED Paris, April family of Claude Casimir-Perrler, son of the former president of'France, has' been informed that he WUB killed in battle and was buried near Reims. He was a lieutenant In the 108th Infantry Regiment, and wan reported miiairis on January 29.'-Previously his :rela- tives had, been informed that; he had been severely w.quuded, and -taken priBoner. power and statements of prlBonera emphasize the importance of our suc- GCBS. "The Germans since- the end of Feb- ruary had In this part of the front the entire 23rd division of reserves. Then, to'tvard the end of March, when that- division was exhausted the 10th act- ive division of the 6th army corps, composed of. the beet troops of their army, WOE brought .up. It is tills di- vision which haa just lost the vsrltablo fortress constructed on ,the spur oC Lea Epareos." EDMONTON MEN FRONT Winnipeg, Man., April from the firing line In" France, after seven and a half weeks In the first i of trenches, two -Edmonton men, H. Holmes and Private A. J. Lowli ot the Princess Patricia's Light Infantry, have been invalided home, after being pronounced medfcai- ly uuflt for further service as-a re- sult of their experiences at front For all that time they IliLened to shriek ot shrapnel and be. whiz of fffilpersf bullete, and the boom of heavy artillery. All the time the Ed- monton men 'were witbln 26 yardi of the German trencher Paint, Specialjl, 30 Regular per Gallon Get Your Supply right now We have everything -required in the Garden or Lawii Hose Reels, forks, Hoes, Nozzles, Couplings, etc. WE HAVE MADE A CAREFUL. SELECTION AND ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU -MONEY. House deeming Utensils We JIHTB hid the "Tooii" Cull aid our ulD ind poltibef before you stirt-hou Prtwt oa an M the notch and Mrs. T. B. Dunham have invitations for a. party up against the side writing pad on his knee writing letters, little crowds cbatting, and everyone; or Saturday eveuing ucit. rather almost everyone, smoliinE so! Lelller lias teguu work on a manv that a stranger, at any rate, 1ew house on h.s farm .southeast ol ..B IT. piace.near Coal- 0'. P. Asp- will move here W. H. Pawson's farm adjoining the town on the cast has been leased for this year by Mr. W. G. Whitely, from 'Iron 'Springs. He and his family are now living on the-place. .Mrs. Linton is visiting her daugh- ter, Mrs. II. A. SugBitt. Mrs. J. P. Thorn is enjoying D. visit on entering would Jowm Mr. plac on cire dale will be occupied by On the lower decks one' or t.w.o and family, who wi gramophones try' to outdo 'each otli- Barnwell e c U Pnii-crin c er for noise. So yo_u see we nrc not Mail. "THE fi-JlEAT A soldier in the Garrison artillery writes The German troops have broken Belgium under their heel.'The wives and the children ape in hands her mother, Mrs. M. J. Folmer the Germans the people without j of Seattle. food, without clothes, with'dut moh-U Word has been reccivetl oi the death cy, axcept such as that', is 'our of Mr. H. A. Shinnok, pf River supply. Oi course their Falls, Minn. His death resulted from government is non cst and the sol-, an operation performed at St. Paul. dicrs have no news o! [Mr.; Ghinnok lived for several years on one of. .the Cameron Itanch farma, nortHeasl or town, and his many friends in this district, will.be griev- ed to hear of liis untimely .death. ...On Friday aiternoon Jllrs." B. 'H. P'aiyson gave a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs., Lloyd Bentley's re- cent marriage. Norton entertained a small .company at the lea hour on day afternoon foz Mrs. Mitchell and Truly their, plight is pitilul. I met an olrl French country To Absorb And Other Blemishes Every spring numerous inquiries are mnde by girls Becking some reliable recipe Tor removine freckles. Last, year 'vcey from ___ ---------L'ilJL I favorable, reports -were received _ many who hiul used mercollzed wax diir- inj the freckling season. The -Wfix jeems tn possess unusual Dropcrlles Which com- Elelely; abaprb: the o -no armful effect. 7 The coinpjulon Improves wonderfully, beconilnr soft remit petal, and AS delicately tlnle'd.''.'-Git in ounce of' mercollzed wax at any druj- rlat's. Rpreid m thin layer otlCovvr entlra fnce every night for awhile, watTf-. thi. the-niornlhr-- For touffh. Mrs. Bright. '4'liliss Ida Iloneyaett, who .attends high school In Lothhridge, is spending this week at home. Om'Monday afternoon ;'Mrs. W, H. PawKn And daughter were hostesses to in honor ot the fourth liirthday of the Miss Edith Boiid- A pleasant afterriopn was spent veranda and ae e n sj inkled ikln iild- ah-ounce of Suggitt, HUry Vistula iicii Norton, Dean Aridijdn Jones, in ihlsj unn.v..u t POPULAR QOY OR GlRL IN Ask Your Btpvn, George Piwson, Kenneth Thorn, Margaret Dunham, Marion Diin- Mary Jane DaTldun, Edvii Daridson, George Armttropj, Jamet Howey and Louise Emit. iQiiltc a Marge congregatioa attended Easter services on Sunday afternoon. The was beaotilully decorated with flowers from Uitckell aur-. Comparative Food Values 1 pound of .rib roast beef I pound of Grape-Nuts Food Comparative Cost Per Pound 1 pound of rib roast beef I pound of Grape-Nuts food It would be difficult to find a food that aiffords the same abundance of true nourishment, at so low a cost, as does tha famous wheat and malted barley w-v -r-' At less cost, a package of Grape-Nuts supplies nearly one-third more nourishment than a pound of rib roast beef. And in buy- ing a roast you pay for about 20% refuse, arid there's a shrinkage in cooking. Grape-Nuts food comes ready cooked and every paiticle in the FRESH-SEALED package is good to eat. Its rich nutriment in- cludes the 'fital' are necessary bone and sturdy muscle. is Thinking people everywhere are more and more adopting Gi'ape- There's a Reason MADE IN CAN ADA PMtum Ctreal Co., Ltd.. Windsor, Out Sold by Grocers everywhere. ;