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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, 12, 1918 MTLADI THE LKTIIB1UDGE PAGE NJNK THE WOMAN'S PART. o The part thai a woman 'ptoys to-day Is fraught wHli a thousand fear'g, foV'hbr, someday, tho glad welcome" Koine. Or Ihe dreary, emply woman's part is one which 'calls For ihe stuile which never fails, A courage high, to live each day. And. a heart that seldom quails For lipr Is tlie weary, watting role, 3ut for her the knowledge rare Of means, and all sho docs. For some man iii the trench out there. JrVom :lier goes the message of liopo i and cheer) brightens tho hardest day, ot good.things, news from home, .-J'. Which chase tired frowns away. And hers is Ihe task, through fair and Though her chcrlaheJ dreams be gone. To play the gamo as her men folk are, Unfaltering Tfic piirl that a woman nlays.to-day Is-the-weary, waiting, part, Iiui.it calls Iruo and Mgh re- x- solve, And. a: bravo and- dauntless: heart- 0 O xl" r" PERSONAL Sir. C. S.'Dore Is a visitor at Kalso W. A. Buchanan relumed or Saturday from vlslling In Banff. Miss Bawden lett on Saturday U visit Mr. and Mrs. G. E. C. Marlln a thelry cottage at Willow nea Nelson, a Angle Baivden la spending lioHday at Proctor. i The many friouJs of Miss Marjorii IJiginbolhani, whd was operated 01 for acute .appendicitis at the Vai Haarlem Hospital last night, wil HOWMRSrBOYD SilVOllJEDIIH Ciiton, "I suffers! from female trouble which caused ms muc sufftring, and tw 'doctors decidei that I would bav to go through a: opDratioa before could get well; "llymother, wh bad been helped Vegetable Com pound, m to sub- in itting to ta ope ra tion, froin soy 'trouble to that she Is progress- as favorably as, bo expect- 1 Mr. and Sirs. P. A. Walker (nee Jss Hazel ?ro in tbe city om Cocur" D'Alene, Idaho. Mr. auil Mrs, Edgar Covell ot River- lew; hove returned from a trip lo I'alerton Lakes. }Ir. W. A. Parker left on Saturday 0 holiday at Klko. B.C. Mr. Fred'Cotlam and Mr. Serril, of 10 Baalim Motor Co., spent last week t St. Mary.'s Lake, Mrs A. Hings and son, Hilly, and Irs. A. Watson and children are via- ora iti Kalso. B.C. Mrs. H. McCaffrey left on Sat- rday for A'ancouver ivhcre she will sit 51 nnd Mrsi Toombs ot that I cut cto my houso work without an I advHe any woman with female troubles si Lydiai-E, PinVham's Vegetable poand a trie] apd it will do mncb for Mra; MARtn EOTD, 1421 6th SL, N. E.; Caritra, Obfo; Soraetiinw there are eondf- tiorB where a hospital operation is the but on the other hand rn any womeU have been cured by' thi s, famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E.' PinkKitm'B Vegetable CompounJ, after doctora have tfcat an operation wu every worn an who having some time on the staff of the Simpson Company and has many friends In the city. Sho Es the sister of Mrs. W. H. De1 Long of Ihis city.- Their "many friends wish great success to Mr. and Mrs. Walker in their .new life. Al Conlls, oti Saturday, August J the marriage took place'" of 'Frank Cisar and Miss Slella SCadedil, Hey. E. J. Hodgins performefl the ceremony. Last wlikn was fairly general over the LcUibrklgc division Is the heaviest precipitation in the same period since.ttlic fall of I91C The'rainfall ,S inches ai the Tiio heaviest previous rain hero this year was ing fair week when .r. inches fell on Friday, afternoon- Last night's rail was a downpour, and coming on top ot the rain'during fair week more than 1.5 inches during Uic past 15 days. Thisrassureii much green Teed on the grain fields and ivill wonders for the pasture and the sec- ond .cutting' of alfalfa, It will also make the ground. for ploughing and ffOrfc on many fields will be fetariecl only had feature of the rain IE that much tim- othy cut the .latter part of the vreelt, will oe bleached. (By J. 11. Uvesay. "Canadian Press Correspondent.) With (bo Canadian forces, Aug. 12. us to the future is idle. Here, at a great initial suc- tess.lt is quite likely thai the enemy l throw In reserves wltb.a view to the eking our advance by u strong counter attack. In tlie entire war ef- fort of (he Allies (here iijis lieeu no such magnificent advance as that of the last four duys. (lathering. itum froi.'i an friHfal Kutcess. duo entirely to surprise. Uie pijoplo of Canada may well ho proud ni the brliliancy of the. perfec- tion of organization and the rigid Im- position of the allcssential quality of secrecy with which Hie force has mov- ed many miles by Ions night marches and was thrown into action at Ilia appointed hour entirely unknown to ihe This Is'a rolling country wilh high tare uplands, delimited by a ivooded valley and slopes. In ttipse woods wero congregated for several days await- ing the word, a great force of Canadian troops, hiddcti. There lay heavy, guns, and liglit ammunition columns and all the impediments (or battle! There was-the most remarkable laiason bP- tvreen all arms anil throughout all ranks. Tho great surprise demanded nothing else. All had their share in the exploit tthlch concluded when the gufts opened and fruits have lieea reaped with ft mathematical er- aclitudo. the first three days every- thing fought for us. The weather, wifb the cloudy days of tha fog (hat rolled down at the right mo tnent and the perfect days that have followed. For the first time, It is said, the ivealher has been on the side ol the AHtes. Great Joy. The joy ot all ranks Is beyond, of It now ami will never say again thai the; Britlsb are formidable jm' trenches, but Incapable- -of meeting i'D Germans in the field. Mi'nimum of Low. All ibis has beon acnleved with a miniiuuui of loss, for that is the aim al'A'ayf kept In sight. Where the en- emy resistance has stiffened our tanks have gone :u and cleaned out his de- fenses. In tnU way. on the northern tip of our Hue, they broke the resistance of strong nestc of machinB guns. Help came from aircraft, bombing the en- emy u-henever he has sought to make a stand. Too control of the air lo tbis sector has becji i-oroplete. Dozens ol our i raft patrol the enemy line and oace In a while only a German ma- chine slips over our territory In a solitary ral'i. Throughout the entire operation the ncmcombatant servlcee have workeJ In tbe same spirit ol loyal demotion, 1'Iie have not Missed a meal and the dressing stations aucl mater- ial coming foru'ard have been pushed up almost into the front line. So rapid has become ibc uilvance that ihe for- v.ard area of U the back area o! juJ u has taken ua- teasing effort lo keep up with the situation. Tlie Canadian aruiy for monihs on lip loe for a Bght. has once Q [iraved its meule. "U'e are gti- lo drive Fritz across the fbai the Tommies are saying. -WON'T INTERFERE. London, Aug. Eriiain will not support any party in the; Fjnnith revolution and does not intend to assist any Russian ar- my to tnter Finland or to part a civil war there. PRAISE BRITISH COMMAND. Paris, Auj. of the present advance, the French press gives a large share of praise to j the British high command. FREE DEMONSTRATION OF MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY L. C. Teeple DOMINION BLOCK FOURTH AVENUE RETAIL GROCERY LICENSE, No, 8-3455. cipccls ]a visit next eek from Premier Charles Stewart nd: possibly another ruemljer .of" the rovinxlal. cabinet. Word was receir-i thls'inbrning that Premier Stbwart he here on Tuesday, .ugust'20, tut the dale is not'yet-de- nitely fijcerf. Early summer arrangements were made fpr a visit, from the pre- rajer and a couple of the cabinet min- sters, hut word suddenly reached him nat he was to leave for overseas and his Leihbridse He returned, nbwever, and Is nxfous lo'viplt Lethljridge in accord- ance with his would all parls of fbe province: nnd keep h close touch with ih.V'pe6plb. It Is.probatle that.a public, meeting ill bo. held during his visit under he mispices of the Board'of Trade. i S, CHURCHED AND SOCIETIES f 4 4 4 Al the United Church last evening after nn Interesting address by Mr. J. B. Wllklo on the man and boy prob- lem In Sunday School work and before closing with tbc singing ot the nat- ional anthem with Its verse for the boys at the front, a. untquo esting part of the service look place when the- imtor read the latest war !f it's Electrical we Have It AND OUR PRICES ARE RIOHT, OUR .WORKMEN DO RELIABLE AND HIGH OBADE WORK. WE CARRY A FIJU. WNE OF FIX-' TURES FOR AND HOME. The Star Electric Co. E. Work has commenced on the kilting ninnt. and refrigerator being ereclei by P. Rums and Co. on the property purchased by thenVJast fall'aouth of Ihe I'air grounds. W. Holt has Ihe contract and alread> been In addition to the allolr the company is yards and scales, and is building 'a spur 1rack, so'that will bdcom' their central killing point for Southern Alberta. The small, but tho company has secure< IUO acres of land close 'fo tho track and there is overy reason to believe that as Ihe demand grows' will become an Important point P. .Burna Company string of aballbi; tliroiighout Ihe west. The company; Is tapping Ine Irri gallon ditch and by means of la building a lake from supplies will ho (aken this winter. in tbe Churches services Sundaj ao 7.50, weekl meeting of Boy Scouts. Next Sunday morning and evening, Rov, Willlai Kuchanan 13 ex pec led to take Iho ae vices, al 8, prajx St. at S.30, read era' meoling. Wednesday al 7.15, llo Scoiils. 8.30, voslry meeting In Far In jllall Friday at Intercession prayer meetlitg an nil olhftr' rpdotinga been poncd on aCcouhl th6 L, D, al 2.30, a rnee ing I, D, S Church and a I' [imony, ft regular leslimanv moetmjc A! Statement to Our Cus- tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge 1 weeks sjjo Jt sras'anootinceii vacancy in the-'local' post- mastershtp had been advertised by the sJvJ] soryico commisaion, No appoinl- ment has yet bpen made, howeVer, and The Herald now underslamlg that the and. Ihe appointment" will not bc; made byvIhe commission. The reason given Is1 the office should gto (o one of the irtcn now 'In {he postal aervlco aa n, maUer of pro- The Herald understands Ibat thi3 plan has beeii.nccepled. How- ever liie names of men who.may nos- 'iibly secure tho iiosilion have not yet been divulged. V ON ITALIAN FRONT. Kornc, Aug. Italian War Of- fica lo-day Issued the following stale- menl; 'i "Ifarasaing fire w.is'more frequent In-llie Lngarina and BrenUv Valleys On Ihe lower oiir batfcrlea caused fires 'find ritgnorsed workjers cnctny lines of -commimlcA- lion." We are now compelled ty the FooiJ Controller to use 10% of Substitutes in all our bread and as soon as ihe supply of substitutes is available this percentage will be increased, to The use of sub- stitutes by the bakers is1 a new thing and requires considerable ex- perimenting to find out the best method of using them, and also to find 'the best substitute to use. We are improving our goods all the time arid today the bakers of Lethbridge are -turning out a good loaf of bread, sweet, clean, nutritious and palatable. These substitutes cost us considerably more than Government Standard White Flour. The Food Controller in ordering their use was not thinking of saving money, his only idea is to. save vyheat flour so (hat all the Allies may have enough to go round. It is your duty as a patriotic citizen lo see that everybody obeys this order of the Food and uses the required amount of substitute Sn their bread whether it is bakery-made, Chinese-made. H :The cost of doing business is rising higher all the time. Horse feed is away up, wages are going up, freight rates are -up shorten- ing, sugar, malt are all up in price and mere will be another raise in coal soon. In view of these facts we can no longer sell bread at the same price as we have been; doing sp.'that starting on Monday, Aug- ust 1 2th, the price qf bread in Lelhbridge will be as follows: RETAIL 1 Loaf ISc 2 Loam 25c 9 Uavw for WHOLESALE HLoavesfor N. Schweitzer Fred D. Kirkby John Gilmore Limited R. W. Scott ;