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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THT'RSDAY, APRIL 2.1, mn thr l�^TfIB^ID^,^: daily iierald page FIVE ROMANCE OF THE RED TRIANGLE Wkat the Y.M.G.A. is Dnno fir Oir SoMiir Boyt 9X ^VlI.t.ll>l LKWl!t EDUOfB*. Wliea, during th� y�%rn. it�radefl and iiluriM folloWlDK thn closo ( th� >Bi, lilntorians writ* tlioir volume* resardiOK It there will, doiibtierii, h* difference! of oplaion ma lo lU i;itu.4e:i and lU ettact*. But ther* will, ua-doii'Mc'dlr, b� �n� feature In eattuu' proved ttiam-itelvee capiiUle in roDdcriiiK. In this laudablo and HeK ."ncrlflolnit labor on behuir of ;.he figluini; fones of tho allied nations tim CjiiKiflian Y.M.t' A. has taken a proaiiiipul part. Its re//rpi>en tally eg not njily IioIiik found In Ureat Hrltain, I'iandera, France, Italy and PaleKtlne. but In fnr-ofr MeHopotanila and India an veil. Will- the Canadian rtntm.. !n (irciil Brifnin It has flfty branclic� and *lth the Canadian trooiia In Kiame litty-one branilie-i, while all told tliore are one hundred und two sporli,! sTrc-tarlea over.sea^. plus tliree liuiidied aniislan's Hppoint"d by the military  Hthoritie?. Thirty-foiir of tlieso ( eecretiirles are !onK^^!'d and Jljjhtlnjt In Fruiice. IJi'siden tliis Its repreaenlatlveii are cervlng in every military camp and in every A RKD TRIANGLE STATION NEAR LENS This much appreciated aource of refreshment was located in a hot corner. Iip rcitles for tho time beins. whether in lily barrMi.'li?. training ground, ho.s-)i|l:il. II'-1 i.mip. or li-ont line trenches, thrrr tlK'v liuli--; up the brlRhl Ittd Tr;aiii;li-. tlio insignia of tlieir onlfr, jiinl s iiiiu to the limit o' tlieir ability ii::;! opijoi'tunity. 'I'll all iiilcnt-^ aud p;irpoii"; these reii'ics of � V" artlTlty t3Cc'onie to tli'� ro;dicr the nearest po-Bslblo approach iiniii-r flie circiinistanres to tlio homo ;;iid llre-:ide which he lias left in re-.\iionL,e to ilie call to armr,. There ho can lind rc-:t, rc: real ion and rnt'rp5h-tiicnt for mind and body, an .ilxjnilant and flee supply of stalioii.-ry Tor thi� lion)e III tors lie wishes to Mrile, and iin-tiniiilo supply of liloratime cmi-;:nni:il to his various inoortB, vvhilu iiluuist at Ills ciliow jL^ lie Icaic--' the li'c>f.clip-i tired, v.c.Tiy. or a " v.alklnj; wounded." be linilH a duijout, with II.-* flainiUR Itcd Tr'.ai^c''.', v.-Kie I'l' can obtain a free and llheial .'-upply of hot coflec, cocoa, tea, etc,, to fclrcnyi ben and fortify liiiii for his J.iurncy to lii.s camp In the rear "If it wasn't fer tlie blooily blokes !.) the liiecdinp; 'ut:;." u 'I'omniy is said to havo renarked v,l;ilo .'ippinK his coffee in a "V" hut rtomowliere in lYance, �' It 'u'li! be a 'ell of a time in the lli-tidh army." t'oarjc and ail a^ the expres.-ilon may be to d-.-licate carp It TvaB poa-(Ibiy the most cxpresBlve languacA thr.t "Tommy" could eoinniand In order to give vent to iii.s appreciation of the efforts of the " V " to cater to Uii welfare. On that account the luun-ner of his expression may well be condoned. For, after all. It Is the sentiment, and not the vrords in which be clothe.i It. that dotermliies the man. TTiat war, and particularly tBfS present one, i� bell there can be no doubt. Uvit while that is so It In equally certain that, through the In-iitrume�t.illty of tho Y..M irA . more bits of heaven hare been injected Into ^the Roul of tho boys In arms than has been the case la any previous war In [history That which tho T.M.P.A. afleewi-EpUshed is little abort of a miracle, |Throush thn untirlug zeal and self-lisacrlflciCK eltortB of Its reprosenta- Slves tbe mental, cplrltual and physical Ife of tho FOldler has been derelnped HBt! etrenBthened, and hi* moraU for �treas and strain or I led To-day file T.M.r.A, decs not hare to alt, cap In hand, at the d^r of the spectlve Karernments ncmited In be Allle*' eanae. coitrtinc permission Mtabllsli hutA and dufonts from litcb Us soeretarlei and Htatf ma? rve thetr llRtatlnir wen. It !� the her way about. Tho respeetl^e lyernmenta are now Inipnrtnntnr the ' with the retult that whereTtr to tha flac af an allied nation flies Is te ba found iMmewhere the Trlansle. And that means frem nders to South Africa. It has a �ee even in disturbed Rusala. battle fortt- camp boapltal In the Dominion, while hpeclal secretaries are on duty at the discharge depots In Quebec and Hall-fax. Not only the ensiptn of the Canadian " Y'� scattered throughout the camp.i in FInsiand and France, but it H attaihed to ilozens of dilj^outs In the for-.vard trenches, where lis secre-faries. continuously under shell lire, K-rve hot coffee, lea, chocoiau-. etc., to tiie tired, and often chilled, Canadian .soldiers. When the boys from the Land of tho Maple Leaf were driving the enemy from Vlniy Ridge men of the Canadian � Y " were riElit upon tlieir heels cater-iiiK to tlieir necof-sillef, as they fou{;ht. " before the )>!afi> was consolidated," -ftTote rii ipadif r-fiencral Odium to Captain Wuihu e. the senior otflccr of the Canadisu "V." after the affair vas over, "your reprejcnttttlveek entertainments are held in auditoriums aapable of holding a thousand or more men, the eutortalners belUR men and women of the highest reputation Tho physical wellbelUK Is aUo well looked after, all manner of athletic sports being regularly provided. A thousand dollars a month is spent by- the Canadian " Y " on concerts In England alone, while equipment furnished and supplies purchased in February for the free use of our soldiers In England and France entailed an expenditure of 167,000. The effeot which the efforts of the Canadian Y.M.O.A. Is having upon the moral, physical and Intellectual welfare of the aoldlers of Canada, both at home and abroad, ft moat encouraging. To the parents who haye fona among them tiie results should be gratifying. The writer hat In his posseaslon a letter from a nan who is In charge of one of the "Y" huts at WlUey Camp, In which he say* that otit of a tratnload of eight hundred men who were sent to a nearby town to spend Christmas Day. only ono was under the Influenoe of llqtior when the return journey wkt flnlahed at'eleven o'clock that niKht. One cnuld scarcely have obtained better resiiUfi had It been a fvalnload of eight hundred staid preaohers Instead of that number of rolUoklng young soldiers. OF SOLOeS R[ OUIIE JUSIIF lED FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS f'rcsti DR.M'FALLIO Ottawa, April 25.-The Citizen this afternoon publishes the following: "Dr. n. J. M?cFall of the census and statistics branch is the man in view as successor to W. F. O'Connor as cost of living commissioner. Lil Sc'r,'-'f. II .N. .1,1 ; 'lie .\ni)y .mil N. j tiiiiii"! coinpl.ihi*" j .1 U .U'll II'- ,'^1.1 I  I I ion inaiio h j men. in some c.i I iri,ii|i-iiu;ii" and ii I Hions were reiiin roiisou. He - URKlV'^led UII ami it � ci'io-' .i;enlalives II-poin'i'ii to tl\l' lln I of $1000 ,1 year 'V i-.uli I liihl In Ih. nii'ii. he lielievi'il. HI'S, the nia.vlnium tot,illy disalih'il Col .?. II. Catiier .;i eni-clins til hi.-i iiii.n;i'! siiin was tlxeil on h. a iivins oil the o;-' n '.Miriil, not on his il.,-Col, .Mc(iillivra\. i I s;iiil llial in ilii' eiiii> i I oilieers in charge > ii so anxious to hai-- i,i III Itii-nini' (i;-! IK 1-k' I I'l 11- i- 1 Ih, tins � :5.. Fi Brunswic*^ S,ir-li.-irs. in HrQiii^r lOr. Ft i:'.iy. FrI.ij N.- (,th,-i So.ip (If.jui fi'day. r, ij.iis . Lfii y Ciil ti- oils Nni th Wr Pt-flli',ir lOr Fi ; Meiiuim Po'^ Frid.iy, '2 ";e ^ i � a ilous hy niotiiri-i: \n iiceraKe ot h: Jilleil ilaily i>r I linn,-, by Uie Mi--i lis (if tlie '.ill iin- 111 Ti.r-:!ii^'hitr (if � icMli'-rai" �11 ildi;.-. Ilie J.- pi .HI'i ll-.-.! ;s i.wu. � 11 inaile. til! I siren trill tlKii coril.i iti volunteei Pay of Uelerrinp to th.c witlie.s.s .-(aid it i- iltral Ih.. .11 , w I'l-c iP' -I ro Officers pay (11 Mt!i tie- -ani' rn-d. Ilie .1-, ten l-alitnr T.elhliiiilKe ller.ihl- Dear Sir. 'i'lie f.ll!(l^^ iiiK letter has b.'en rei "tved by tlie eily (-(iiiiicil from liie ( haiiioan -i thai every-thiiu; be (lone to siiinuhU" the cultivation of vaeani letJ ami home par-deui- wiHiin the cite. 'I'lie ejiy ((Oinril jiive instriictcil ni" Id adv:,s.- iii.- .iii/.-ns ii^ii tliey will lak.- ,-pi'i iai ,(ieii.s ii> pne.eiit Blray animals liesiroyini; gardens grown on vacant lots within the city limits, Mill \i-ish to warn ail owners of stock tliat Ih.' jionnii laws will lie' rlgiiliv I'litoneil. llou.lld ,\. Dull-. City Clerk. Iicar Sir.- -Till' ('aiiuda Food Itiiaril is in I'.'ieipt of a lalih' ironi l.oril ! Khmidda. Itritish food controller, in ; V hicli he s.iys; i "We cannot achieve victory witli- t out foo'l 'I'liere 11' ver w as a time wUen il more neeiled, ' 'I'he /rraviiy of the f.ii.d siinati'iii caniiii lie'd. .\s one ac-liveiy in touch Willi iho vaeaii; lot and liiinie pariicii tnoveiueni in your com-__ niiiiiily, may we assume tliat every i effort is lieiiiK iiKiile li produce vei;e-| ; > tallies this year on tho wiilest pos-| i and Homo Garden Seetion. years l�.'fi)i'e the wai \ � api.iin with a wife and family n: tii.- in-c-'ii' pay djoos liehinil tliiii il 111 la'li Mr. Niekle read ,. li'ii.;i- i..-^ had r. eeived Irom a prom le-nt (Im i .r i liti eizlng the decisions oi th.' pension-j liouni as to ilisahili I.'. ai.l MiKKc'^i'd I the appointment ol a meilieal Iniaril i)f review In each military ilisirict before whom men (luld apjily pel sonally Captain Conger, ofli master Reneral's otitic, who lia^ charge of the posi (li-(hart;e jiay of soldi.'s, said tiiat ii u.i,~ ill.' pr.ii';!.' to di"lua:(iii ; in.el.- lo ,i soldier or hi,, �wile when he discharged. .\ a liilc he s.i.iii. the' (iveriiaymi-nls were not large. i;ciii>-i ing to a questiiuj by Hon. ,Mr, J(ow-[ eil, tiie Hllli(>s'i lluit the dedu.'-tidi! lit i,iy consider.ilile anicuii* would llkch h-ave a discUarf(;i'd soldier without liind,;. 'i'lie I' S Int": ta mission has ieniali\ lililiu; of new ral' �n (ill '.oad shiimiea':- I WashiUL'tiiii and Id (ho ilesiiiiation,- in ,\I,'inUnha laiiada. oiiriii a pi.i I M .' l ilIU v.'il ;h(. 'd -ooil Oil tMt;, \ .iI'Kdl,^ Oiilariii. '.- 1 il 11 s III f;, ml j r -'..lie 11 \ ii.cni ,i, �pen; 11'',1 rj \ .1 '. .'.I �- in on vn M  \ -)ei., anioni; tie- i uhiie.' iil.i ni .ii h .ii s. U( Hindi niiteri.ii Im- hi( c ina rkaiiie !i'.\el wiiitii loini 111.' Iia-I- o"' a w-v Mutual -p.'i pliol'�(l;-.(;i;.( of lii( -.line Iiani.', .\o iKivel KT uriiten afi'i.r.U ninr.' ' \. itint aciioii i.:au dues 'Itie I'lan-uhii-li pillules .-iintheni Mexi I an iilaiii..i ieii lif.- in its v.irleil .is-]i'I Is ,11 vivi.iiy .1- ti liriiitr ihe spec la'i.r i(.i(( ihe V I'lv' at luii-'plierc of , .II I I'... hoiil, is redolent \Ii-i I'cimy ullai'.i 1-^ iiialuinr a hit ivi'a li.'i' -lU'ti.i; at the i-lmprexs. I �I'hc Itoljiy ciiil) . iimniiii.e in (lucre oi art aiiiieiueni s lUr esiahii ii-inn a iulier, ul.isis . liiii( ;ti N.-ilooii-vi'i' received ii i he(;ii � Idr i'.po Ironi ,1 Koss Holieilsoii ot �rdiiiuto. .\ ^hu ihir amount i-; .(; iti.iii Sir ,lo,-> epii i'lavelie. ,\'uiiy of the ni�lif. tiiid fast, flyers , V" . disconi iiiited. Ilitli flviud; passeunci traffic all aloni; Ilie lines is to he curtailed, even ��passen^rerlcss days ar.' monted. in ord'C lo consdvc I'aises aid tii'im; laiiooed. �('h.' news was leieivd in Ciiicl|ib of til.' lie.till in �roi'oiiio of I pi \'icio' .\|( I liuillan. son of .Mr and .Mrs .lames I .McCiuill.'ili iif thi-- ( :iy He had heen all.iclii'i! lo the lloyal i''lyiiii; Corps AT THE ORPHEUM i Mii\i"ii pii-iine iiivers whu reiijeni-' 'i' Till- IhiMiei � will) pleil:,!!!'.' -iiiii. i; means iiieiiy w.'ll everv" one ; Villi, saw il will lie (.'.la.I to iiear tliat : 'i'lie SiKii Invi (ilile,' Ht Ihe Oriiheutii I ioni:;ht for ilie la, I time, is the work I of III.' same iliiei lor. I'.Mgar Lewis, I "he - lory deals with the adventtires I of .Mr, Itolieri Winston, eelebrated I -pini'dn and Ciod fearing man wiio I 1.1,1',; taiili in I'mvideiice hrcause bis I -iii'uicallv corieet ' operatioii.s prove SONS OF ITALY LODGE OF COALHURST Benefit Dance In Aid of It.Tlian Refugees Will Be Held In Percival's HalU Coalhurst On FRIDIY Rpril 26 Needs' Orchestra of bethbridge Will Furnish the Ivlusic. Tickets $1.00 Ladies' Free Refreshments Everybody Welcome GOD SAVE THE KING NEW HUNGARIAN PREMIEfl. for ahoui .Montica!. a haviiic, epli--li,'d in X.uriih. Swii Szyeieiiyi. inn 111" r-'ilrir.; .; Wi'kei'lo is III preiiiici', a( con I'd here idd,,; persona t;ial.v I i-i Coll t; a'U (H a I (�,�111 jiolii >, It I lie si i'on>;l>' opposed by t h I parly aud liv the Socialists. .\pi'il Z'e of a spe( p,111 all i( aerial .,(1, .Maiiv women f.iini.ii and poli(c reserves were (ailed III I aim till' it"(l .-ludience. CeiH-i'" iMvi-. a -vviichinaii i'iii)i!.u C.I h'. Id' H I' l-"!"ci ri( . Wild ' (in ci'. ills: til.' fir,-, and i^econd toes of hi;; lil^'hi fdiii '.sliiic;. d in lonpliiu; uvo ficii:'!! cars at the Hal i'driaK'' mill. Mis iddl >;oi lannhi lietwecn ilie Coboiirg lins an increase of llill.-i2.7S ill customs for the past year. ;. .;. .:. f, f, .> .;. .> > sUi. all youun men of for-eign birth, of Wiiinipe^;^ were arii'steil and are alleged to 'lav.' cdiumilteil assault anil llieft. When talicn to tlie police staiion two of them were ciuglit in a frantic attempt to swallow some of tlie stolen money. Ovi" ..'.ll in hills wart talcen out of one man's mouth. Anotlier of the KaiiK siiireedcd in swallowing a bill, the value of which is nof known. Willard Storage Battery Service Station We are now open for business- aiid ( liaic .'111' ready I any type o! ) repair liaUei y. and HENRY J. DENN * PROP. 311 7TH ST. S. PHONE 616 THE SON OF HIS FATHER' A GREAT PICTURE. SEE IT. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENTS IRENE CASTLE "CONVICT 993" ALSO GOOD COMEDIES. \3 TONIGHT if J LAST TIME .Pricea 10c-25c Mitchell Kewis in a mighty drama of tho Northland. "The Sign Invisible" KILLED IN ACTflON ^\. .1. IVvenisli of Slountain Viovv and A. C.. Conrad of I'in-cher Creek, botli nieinbers of tho cavalry. Iiave heen killed in action in France. .>^�.>�i>(�. appearing in The Sou of Ills Kulher" at Starland tonight, starts out with a five thousand dollar checlt to run it up tu a hundrod tbouaanh NightiBf al� ?3883891 ;