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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEt% THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY T-ERALD Keep The Allies Fed The war will be won with fond Th�t Is what H. B. Thomson, rluiir-iwan of (he Canada Food no.ini. liiis �been saying sinco'lie Joinurt tUo I'oml dep�rtment. lie continues tu say it. The man on llio street may .�rfi' m lliat sayingi jii.st. as 1 diil befiin- 1 with iiraying:. if lie roiues to eoniprnhend' the -.itiuiiioii Take tliis fact.' f^iiirviiUoii luui famine have killed move tluiii figiitiug 111 this war. Starvation and fiKliliuc have kilied �l.::>iKi'>ir. fiKliiinie. ,-5t).(.iOO. That is the death tally. But when a m�n dies \iy st.irvaiiou, he leaves ;> iior.'M'hK"' t:)le behind liiiii. It means that liis relatives ini\st also be near starvalioti. a iiiosi I'earsoine form of deatii. Jt ineaiis lliwt srini famine lias fastened it..^�W^>I. P. in tbe CoBmopolitan hotel on Friday night by the townspeople ot Blairaore. There were about forty covers and mine host McColm was certainly equal to the occasion. J. F. Huntre was master of ceremonies, and the following toasts were proposed and responded to during the evening: To the king and limpire by Messrs. Pinkney and Hamilton, to the R.N.W. M.P, by Mr. Glllis and Inspectoi' Jun-get, to the Army and Xavy by Rev. Fulton and Sergt. .7. .^L Carter. .Messrs. Green and Che.ster enlivened the evening also with songs between the various efforts of oratory which was of high order, 'i'iien after three cheers for all included in the toasts and also for the allies they bade farewell and Godspeed to the Blainnore detachment of the Mounted Police, the last of a long line of brave men who had kept tbe jieace for decade.s'^ in the Pass. SerRi. Grant and Constables Roofe and Williams left for Macleod on Sunday morning. Miss Roofe. of the local teaching staff is visitirjg at Macleod with her brother. Constable Roofe, who jias enlisted for overseas. Miss Poster, who has (or two years been teaching in Blairmore. received word of the serious illness of her mother and will leave tor Anacosta, Wash., Thursday mornirig. She docs not expect to return. Mi.ss Fester ;ma proved to be an excellent teacher and Blairmore is sorry to lose her. The sympathy of the people goes with her. ' Reported MittlnB* Aga^n the awful struggle in Europe has hit a home in Blairmore. Trumpeter William John Evans; of Winnipeg Dragoons, is reported missing since March 30th. So word has come from Ottawa to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Evans. Only lately they had received word that their son Trooper Gwylm Evans, of the Fort Garry Horse, was wounded on the 25th of March. William John wa? about 2f> years of age. This is a sad blow to the home. Mrs. J. F. Hunter received word from Chula Vista, Cal., this week cf the death ot her oldest sister, Mrs. Slater, who has lived in California fur aboiii. eight years, but formerly lived In Waukegan, Illinois. Her only son, who had been a.ssl8tant editor of the Chicago Examiner but was In training for overseas with the United Why you should look for this Trade-mark on your Shoes A TRADE-MARK is a manufacturersV 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 safer for the public to always buy "known" and "trade-marked" shoes rather than "anonymous" shoes. Each working day of the year, the A. H. M. trade-mark is stamped on the soles of thousands of pairs of shoes for men, women and children, because we want you to knowourshoes when yoU see them-because we are making a sincere effort to produce good values in footwear-ticcause we believe you will find our shoes satisfactory-and buy thcin again and again. Ames Holden McCready arcCanada'slargest makers of shoes. A .H .M. footwear is sold by thousands of dealers in every part of Canada-and by t\le leading merchants in almost every .town. W'e make such a large proportion of the boots and shoes that the Canadian people wear that you are probably wearing A. H.. M. shoes now. However, the next time you buy shoes, to make sure, look for this trade-mark on the sole. ^W'e make many grades and styles of foot* wear, but no matter what price you pay for thein you will find thetn excellent value for the money. You will find it profitable and satisfactory in future to always make tliis trademark your guide in buying footwear for yourself and your family. AMES HOLDEN McGREADY "Sho*makerA to the Nation." 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