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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TB1� Tin: LKTHBRIDGK PAII.Y TEnAKn riATl'BDAY, APniL 27, mn 1 Keep The Allies Fed Tfce war win \'l Mi'.r drparitiu'fil )) coniiiiiir^ ' ' Tli� limn on thr -^wri-- inn -tlmi savtiid, �- 1 .h'l into tiiili'h rt;M' : t\\ the nollil wiilo . \\�r . .n-dri n � vlll wiml iii> |ir I miipr. Iifnd Uii- -1; � i 11' .1 ,in.l fit;!.'.UK ''�':i;ii of t.l'i. Tl'' 1 lako tills r KlU-il t : � 4.-. .".II.11(111. :- 111 Pit: n ht'ii 11 m.tii li''-ii .1(11 iit:  ' l! mi'.'ins ! Ii;i' i �- i  .1 bi- ncilf ,~m1 1.1: ..'.i .� I - � �1: '..r.i.' fiirm n' il>'H' 1 M.i . -  i', � .; ilii fnniinp luis i,i�-.i,. .i r- iHiiK- .mi �hol* )ii'ii|i>' � �� 111' 11*; -1 �� il'i'M. Ixation tli:i' � �  ^'Mi e IB t Mill- Kur,i)H' : i. fKlif .\~ ii'i" . of fiiiiir Miinc- r til.' vf \ lr>' :' *';:" '1, .1 *^ .iv. i'lt;Mi'^ IlBVf no I KjT^'i-iM (� d; :ii.r 'ii,>(iil iIumiI tin; ii - Ml.' ;; r..'^' � .i u ,i 'k �.- � I; �>^r> Kii; iiji. .,11 �|"li.' I-"' rni ii iiAi' : �� li.r.uin, t>' lloltinii 111 ' � 'ifiufit- ;iiii-t he -iiifd 'iia: !ii~ iliilclrcii iinii lil- wd �11011 tnii\ .1: v, f ii 1'. .lir.ii iho i;nr�>, II'- tr- .��.1- iiii:\ 1.1 : 111 -li.- liR'ii nip M. n.:: '- !i\ Ml. lil.m.l cif Irs >:ri�mlraili"i �iiii- -i ii \ a:-..lii iui'�n� -\n(l h.' .iihii- ,ii i.imi- ; That it why It is r,ecti�ary that Canada �hould �end abundant food to tha alliM. Abundiin; fi....l ... li.- .Iii.ili.n ,uui Ilia w.linen tnik \n\\-. r.i>' fiK.iting h'irt tnto the KiciKhni.iii. lUe luiiian , ��r juni^ of th.' . ,ti.'� of li.tiiif � . i �� rh;*:>ft>noil �rh fmnim". ,111.1 laii.1.1.1 jiiil III* I 'il'r.l s:.i:..s w\-i ..itiicl -.1 Hfiiil :'ini.l ill .lii iLi-^ii", becauaa Franc* knew what thr men ac* of famine maant to thn Trench at i-onir anti in the trenchat. Napoleon taught them that. I! lie |>.i!i�.^ hiing'm- ihai fi.igi'il I'msuIi ; \.>liitiiiii oliui"r.� ;tK.> .iiiiiies ;rii v .; on t li.'ii si.mi.i' li' l-'i'.ii! 1 1. �: h, Ml.' j in..; :, li.i- t 'i".( ' tu- lll.'lltil- MHk.' u lil ^li*: \ >' ; � ... i..'-, n I- .if . ,,1 - 111 .\..\/'nh.' .k ,-.iin ilar . .in.llTKin -^lariiiK h>'- ::i -ii. .aiii.-ii .i.spf .1 1. ,1 U ll!� -11411 ; !i. .t.i l-i.iii. .' ':i. .-.1 W !� 11 >| .i: \ .1' i.Hi ' 'ill w.iii !�;� fhi .'� f.i.'d lO Aiii.'i 11 Si'in.'intx'i I' cable.! f.n ."......... 'Ml- .' .-UKir I; was n�n' In- laij,-.* *h.' iiii'ii \\hii w.'ip in chaiC'-iif K.' .\.iiiiiiii.-;; a'.Oil knaw the facts. Kven i i:iig';iril - nnt' finni H)h all!..-.; nf ?,iiiiiiii' .>: ceiimvi."^ ,iKi> l.i.;-,l H'..11.11,1 n FVbruary . .il-: v.f !..r ... ...11. II iius'i.'i,.j (if wl'p.ii ;i; ilii.t 111 iirlis to kPt'ii 11.' il.ii.r .in.t liparttii tin wolf irmii lipiiplp. .\n(l 10,1,1V I.dw .�a> - lit he Rt A Rona; th'' piMilinal and pro of riii':i in !hp Ciormaii asaaiilt.- on the wi'-iiorn iratit is In-.-.-.lired by tha dread of famine behind the Hun line*. Keep the dread of famine out of the Are Better Sliaves Worth A Five While a man can stand for one poor shave, a steady run of them gets on the nerves, and spoils his temper and his efficiency. There's no reason in the world for putting up with them, either, when five dollars will buy a Gillette Safety Razor. The Gillette positively guarantees shaving comfort ef;eor morning, year in and year out It saves time-you can shave with it in five minutes! It saves every face, for you can adjuft it with a turn of the handle to suit any sort of a beard. The Gillette Safety Razor works so smooth and easy -shaves with never a pull or gash-^ and no honing, no stropping ! If there is anything that will add five dollars WDrth to your personal daily comfort, it's the Gillette Safety Razor f Ask any one of the millions of men who are using it. Then ask your Hardware Dealer, Druggist or Jeweler to show you the different Gillette Sets. '^p" W' GiOatte Safety Razor Coa of Cauda, limited Offiet mnd Fmetory t $73 St A^$9imdmr MontvaL 31S hearta and the minda of tha Alliaa, ' bood- mother shortly heforp �li'' J'aaaed away. R�|ircsent�t;vea of tlii�ii tliu week looking over Iho aimaiim in Ulali morp relative to the I nion Cliiircli Her Hnrns of I^thbriil� li'v K .Mien ot toleman and llobpvi lU-ndcraon of I'lndiev l n.K �rn- the nipreaantatlvfa Tlipv li' iil a meet ins of the rri'sbylorlHii p. ..;iU' in the church TiBxdiiy night The Hfmlnuore I.oiIrc lOOK. No tiS. wiU hold Ihpir aim i.rsary spr-vico la the I'liion t'liiii'li next Sun- n.'.' , '.I \ II,'1* u>n 111,in li"l:i'ic 'i. '^11 ; ' .'l.c!. .itiil N CARRYING OUT HE NM RAID day at :!tini. ^^n Sunday nislii > w ill pvpaih hin fai cwi'il -. I iilan t'lnir>'h lie cm i � itici!i.iicly lo Toi'.uiio i 'i! The Kranco'Ciinadiaii ' KrauK ai't> dismanlUiiiA ,1' ilpiimcl by Ihf mine in-.." .irc other .scams in op' r. t kiinwii yd wliai will !" ihc pti'scnt It UioKs (lain ' Mr KiiUoti I Mcmbcru I 1 'l" liulgPH ' 1- l'"iilton .11 .1! the 1,1 i;o itii- . 'i.-tic,-* at 'll'llC .'lil- '1'- riiPi'o t It is not TC l-'ov Ki.iiik ti \ i' Via !;. 'i'.'t - 11: �\..( \.;.'.!. \ . i " a ' � in t ili' u.i i.i ' ],� ,. ; ii'i ,(�; V ..i'll i.i! rcp.ii" .111 � if r.ii I .111 t 11" t-"jni lt'i',-1 V >,!-� t ill' 1 'nwirii; i.'.'ci-c t-1 nmdc '.i f'l.' .';> 1 1  i.'-i. r 11-' cn.l I'n,' witi.l tliat Mow k "tit.'K" -. ticn .'A Z.'cl.fiik;*;.' -.';'..' iiv t,\..i! W'.rsP at Osti'iil.  t (' ii.i'tttai; � pr.'v(.iirns abiy diip^'.;.',! iiy c.nii :i:-..iiir. l.lIU'.. I'll" i.i^al motor boa'- It i 1 iii.oi.. ,1 -tiii'ki' (loud whi'li .'if.', t i.r. ',\ tl . iir ,ui| i.iai h ffoui tii.' . i..'tiiy I'll' Sir.lis ami Hrilllani were .ili'.i.iy ;ia-' 'ii.' Si' bank buoy \\lic:i iic win.I , li.iiiccil. revealing our ari'.ui.r.' tii.T.'- ii� tlip enetny. wlu exiincu li '.'l smok',' flares witii Ktiiilire T.:.' ; .-^tri'is was already in a sinkinc; cou-idittoii. when at length the two ships, having tailed to find the entrance, grounded and wore foried to sinl\ thPHiseUes at a point abcii; four hun-dr.'d yards east of the p.efs. Their crewg were taken off by launches under I.ieut. Hoare and Lieut lliurk.: Motor launches were liere under com inand of Commander Hamilton leuii. U.N.V.R.. while thosp at Zeehnii;?.' were commanded by Captain C.illiiis tjtp vice admirar.s tlas i'jpt,iiii. Al! other coastal motor boats wore coi.i mand'd by bieut Weliman, DSO The torpt^.io boat destroyer floiill.i was comiiianded by Cupta.u Tookiu son. " The difficulty of the operation can he guaged from the fact that from ZeebrugKP to Ostpnd the enemy batteries number noi less tjian 12ii heavy guns which can con.entrate on returning shps in daylight up to a distance of about sixteen miles. This imposes as a condition of ."ucces., that the operation must be carried oui at night and not later. The fight must take place at high water, with the wind from the ris;lit quarter with a calm sea for small craft operatlon.-It cannot he rehearsari beforoliaml since the e.s.�.-ni'e :s secrecy. and though one might have to wait a long ttni'^ to realize all the essential conditions of wind and weather, secrecy wears badly when large num bers of men are brought together in readiness for attack. \Vas!i!nKton. .-Vpril .'� '' w two 1 .impaiiie.s of li-ilian niM.iity roups iligpinit trenches iu' a.lies in Klaiulers. fought at^ '.kttiK C'Tiian itoops uith their pick ,i\ - i^ t .i .1 .n a de-ipatch lod.iy from ICitih'. Tlie iiiessagc sayst "The first Italinn it-o.'ps rearheil France Novpiiiber, 1 iie-'e troops iii.Kle munitions lor .it'tt '';y ami larious war necessities, sii.i.vtng dis-.i(jli:�' and rapacity. I.a"!' o; oth.m's .li'tived under General r.uiiit and were employed in d.n.'as'> cjiistruc-ttoii. proving themselves .x.ellent workmen Two auxiliary It illan companies working iiv the t rem he;-, in Clar.iiers found themsclve.-; m front lit" the advancing Germans The tier man subaitern in charK.' onl red the iioldicrs to do some work before sui-tendprinj: but the^ fell upon t!ie Cermans w th their picks, killiry; lutny. capturing others an i r.'tlriiix ia an orderly manner. An action for damages for libel has been entered in the siuirrmc court fiy Charl's Jtichinond Davison against .Michael Huntingdon iu i uinoction witii a report in the jirois makinK aiiegations against him a.- a custom.-i official and also in connection with a statement in a petition signed by the defendant and �oiK to the minister ot customs. " CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS " Shame, fear and a guilty conscience all come wrapped up in tiic mail ord cr package. We should never be ashamed to look a neighbor in the (ace. In a community like ours, all are neighbors and friends working together. Our interests are common. We are all in business together. Our business is district development. Unlike the overcrowded city, our community has a soul. We tamper with our community-soul whenever we boycott home interests. Then let us keep our conscience clear, let us so live that we can at any time look our neighbors in the face, k/rowing that no action of ours is holding back the progress of Southern Alberta. BANOUEITOM fFrom Our Own CorrMDnndcnt* Blalrmore. April ^4.-A bamuet was given to the departing RN.W M. P. In tfce Cosmopolitan hotel on Friday Bight by the townspeople ot Blalrmore. There were about forty covers and mine host .McColm was certainly equal to the orca.sion. J F. | Huntre was master of cpremoniea. and i the following toasts were proposed ; and responded to diirini,' t'.e evening t j To the King and Kmpiiii by Messrs Hlnkney and Hamilton, i.i the ri..\ \V M P. by .Mr. Olllls and Inspeeio. Jun get. to the Army and Navy by Uev, i Fulton and Sergt .1 M Carter ; .Messrs. (Ireen and ciie.-tt.'f enlivencl the evening also with smivts b.-tween ihe various efforts nf .natory which was of high order I hen after three .beers for all Inclmled in tlie t.jasts , and also tor the ullii-s Uifv ha.le fare we'l and Ciodspp.-d to ti;.' Ulaiiiiiorp detaclmient of the .Moiiiiicl Police, tlie last of a long line .>f ieave men ; who had kept thp i�"a. e ini' i|e( ade�^ in the Pass. Serrt irraiu timl ('oii-( I stables Hoofe an.l William.'- leit for \ � Ma( lend on Sunday moniinn. | Miss Hoc.fe. of tiie local leaelilnj; staff is visiting at Malleoli wnh lo-i brother, Constable lloofe, wliojias enlisted for overseas .Miss KoBler, who has for two years been teaching in Blairmore received word of the sarlous Illness of her mother and will leave for .\nacii�ta, Wash., Thursday morning She iineg not expect to return. Miss Foster has | proved to be an excellent leiirhei ;niil Hlairmore is sorry to lose iiei. rh� svmpathy of the people goeb with her. Repertad Miialng. .^gif^n the awful struggle in Rurope lijis hit a home In Hlairmore. Triin.-pcter William John Bvana; of Winnipeg Dragoons, is reported missing since March 30th. So word has come from Ottawa to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. NV Kvans. Only lately they had receWed word that their son Trooper th of March. William John wnp about 2fl i years of age. ThU ii a aad blow to j the home i Mrs. J F. Iluntar reeaWed word ' from Ciiula \'lsta, Cal, this week cf the death ot her ald�st slate/, .Mrs. Slater, who has lived in California ' for about eight year*, but formerly lived In Waukigan. IHlnoU. Her only son, who had been assistant editor ot Ihe C^hlcago Kxamlner but wa� la training for over>;oa8 with the United *j>�i�m Jt/trfiau. wam abtu t/i �au him llllllllllllllllllllillllllllllM^^ Why you should look for this Trade-mark on your Shoes ATRADE-MARK is a manufacturers' signature. If a firm makes an article they are prepared to stand behind-they stamp it with ^ their trade-mark. It is put on their goods so you may identify them. It stands to reason, therefore, that it is sakr for the public to always buy "known" and "trade-marked" shoes rather than I'",Kh working day of the year, tlie A. II, M, ir.tdc-iiiurk isstainped on llii- .suk.s of thousands of pairs of s'loe.s for men, wnnun and childioii, hccauso we want you to knowour bhocs wlun yoti scf ilicrn -because we arc making a since re effort to produce good values in footwear-herause we iK'liev; you will find our shoes salislaciory-and buy iheiii again and again. Atnt^s Ilolden McCready areCanada'sla.-gest makers of shoes. A.H.M. footwear is sold by thou-s.tndsof dealers in every part of Canada-and by t'le leading merchants ia almost every,town. "anonymous" shoes. We make such a larj^e proportion of the boots and -i'.ioes the Canadian people wear that N'oti tin- prob.dily Wearing A, II, M. shoes now. lluuivir, the mxt time ynu buy shoes, lo niakc t-un', l.Mk fur thi.-, trade-mark on the sole. ,\Ve make ntiiiy grades and styles of foot* v,car, but no ni.iltcr what price you pay for lluui ymi will find ihem excellent value for the luoiuy. Vou will find it profittible and satis-f,u;tiiry in future to always ni.ike this trade, mark \ iiur j;ui(li' in buyiiiii footwcai fur yourself and your f.imily. AMES HOLDEN McCREADY tiMrrtu "Sho�mak*r^ to th* Nation" .JOHN MONTUAL TOKOKTO lOMONTON VANOOUVBI -