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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE t RE jmmuuE niumu? I WHY PATRONIZE HOME DEALERS? Winning Essays In the Recent Httltd ConltiL (First prize senior by. VMS- .Urged. ami the town will come to Sutulst, 429 IStK St. Aonh, There are several reasons why It I would be M-lser and belter for every S.oue to buy >t home. The following jtresome points, which I think should prow to wldwntalw people the ad- vantaga o! palronlilpg home dealers, instead ot the Mail Order houses. la senJiu? to any of these housev you :223t wait many days before they ilaally arrlie. On opening your par- cel you find they have substituted a blue dreis in" place ot tho pini oae which you ordered. The shoes Jim 'sent ior In size sir, are site seven, etc. Of course they must be return- ed, and to ivsit patiently -ivnlll your parcel arrives a second time. .This parcel may please you no ifmore than the first, but being tired 1 of the waiting, and tha trouble ol re- turning, sou keep the goods On com pvlnr same miti goods in your; own f town, you find you would have been better satisfied In every way l( you bought at home; and Is the fase in nearly every instance. Vise peopla do not buy "Iho pis in the but demand to see it before' they Ibe price. H you 1 cannot Vuy to an advantage with your eyes open, how can you especl to do so them blindfolded'' All good cltuen: vusli to see i own town grow, but, .If they do not' f patrbnite merchants, the fottn mft decrease in growth, Instead of .increase. No' new stores will be opened, .the old ones will not be en- stand-still. Ttie store-Seeperi ot your town have spent their time and money In large stocks of goods, from which you may make your selections; arid iu way tried lo make your shopping convenient for you. do you think It Is fair to them, and o your town, to pass Ihem by, -when "really need newssjjes' hey can supply you with? If you do think so, irhy is It that when In need ot f doctor, Vluraber, or garden- er, you do not send down east, or ebewhere for one? "When shopkeeper wishes to build a house, ho Eels his help from the contractors, plumbers, and others (hat usually patronize htm. His doctor and also are his patrons. Thus the merchant patronises those who patronize him. Kearly every person has some trade or profession, and, directly or indir- ectly, is.helped through stores. So. If you buy from Mall Order houses you are hurting not only your> merch- ants and your community, but your- self. PikCkct Qf FLY PADS AIll KIU M3CE FLIES THAN CT 4NV S'fCK- Sold by rdl Drug- Croccn General If you live in a certain dtstrict you expect'to gain your livelihood from that district. But, tf you spend yo r money oat of town, it Is not lair that those who keep up their community should help to keep you up. For theve reasons buying at home 1 Jlore convenient; 'More fair and honest to yourself and your home dealers: And more economical'to ycurselfi Patriotic citizens should, for own good, and that of theirsWme town, buy at hornet remembering the old saying: 'Do unto other3 as you would have others do unto you.' (By ilay Annetts, 427 SI. X 1st prize essay in Junior competition) LeUibridge Is .our home city and all its interests are our own. We love our city and would like to sec It rays rank among'the greatest cities of the -west. In order that this may be so we Tiicst all catch Ihe spirit of "helping one and do all ia our power to build up the community There'must bo strong aniperation SVe must all realize that we have'a share In. making the prosperity of our city complete. v One tif tbc greatest factors In com Don't Forget k That you can get your WOIP suits, also ladies' clothes of every description; cleaned and press- x'ed and made LOOK LIKE NEW at the Lethbridge Laundry Co.'s Dry u Cleaning It is" the only up-to-date Dry Cleaning POWER PLANT in Alberta, south of Calgaryr Phone 451 IT IS OURS TO SERVE. C. S. FARROW, Manager OWE US A TRIAL. The Listening Post Of Inttrtli U Vttenni. ConducUd by H. P. Madditon. I'll If th'j Kaiser dreams of the life to COM that ho pictures the.devll is weirltfe Oihadlan bailees. f other Ihe club t small (ire started (HIM containing an ir 111 Wai palm- Whfu the Bergt Anal-put It tho ouft'ol Uio very ser -ir oaly put that fire out quietly" noufcl Jmre grown again. Did you Uko'ln the picnic last Sat- urday If not are sor for for vou the time of MJr life If 1 mentioned bow.m'Bch i.wo-per-ceht the Km consumed. joud a til MH. P. K. MCWJOH 103 Church Sired, Montreal. December 10th, 1917 ''I was ft gretfsufferer rrom eltsmfor o.vr 161 ears, look medicines, lotions f but Botbinr did me good Then, I began to usa tivci" audjnlo daj the pam easier and Rheumatism KAS belter. overcame and now, for five years, I have' bad no'return of the trouble. Also; :J'had severe Eczema and Constipal-OH, and "Fniil-a-liTcs" relievetl-aie of ihesa complaints and gav'e'iiiB.'i good appetite end His to 1'.' H. McHUGH. 50c. a boi, G for triaUUe 23c. dealers or sent post paid oa receipt .of price by Fruit-a-lires Limited, Ottawa, Onr. Looking around tKe'club roonis the other day I noticed that curtains .did not appear to be our long.euit. troniler if any of the good ladies 61 hisrcitj 'would like to help us out rt-lhe iuatter. Qne kears n ahont discipline, in ihb1- Cotoutal more correct of II s t Sorao littlV time ago General Bird uood commanding the. Australians was talking to some DritWl staff ot 'leers on tho subject Said be week inspeciiug a trench when Frilz started.; shelling; 1 .heard one connng nil JU t as a pmate stand'ng nearby sai9 Duck, BirdEe One of'.Iho. stafX 6fficers inquires iu horrified''iicents.' "What'dirt do The7general replied with a smile, "Why jBlrdle ducked, cour e High-grade American Dentistry by Modern Pain- less Methods WHEN you come to our oft Ices lor denial work can safely free your mlnn of all dread olpain. Painless dentistry is aimed at by many 'ITenltitJi'br few is It really achieved. But modern painless methods have been our lifa study am! In their appllcalion we, have reached a degree of ;perfection. safely allows ug lo proclaim Dtirtutry Ai We Practise It It a Gentle Art munlty building is ''Buying at Home, 'Patronizing our own. Dealer? The same principle applies to the tradesmen of our city, for, possible they should pr.tronlzc our home industries. At present' our In- dustries are hut feiv, but can say how many more the future providing we do, our duty In-building'up our city loathe 'ideal .There are other good reasons the past that lhe> bur> AoioDg tho wounded of a French- Is the medical offi- wonderful wau. a 'rcjulsr said one of the battalion. "He went.-over the top wlth'us as he has a all our shows. Vlniy, Hill 70. and up the Soume a stray lullet struck a small ball Iu the pack -bursting It Into ffamea. jumped upon iiai nd rolled liim into a shell hole, tlius Avinp his life, but burning himaell he coutlfiued. "it child s alay lo this It was wa guns, ooij shell fre uml cayght us as pushed we ridge o the left of CJierisv into our object There was a murderous fire o machine pulled tier tier on the sutrouadlngslopes and vood Thfs vboiA lin.o o clock Wedne JiSTe cot Ihe chalk p. ipd then went on to our objective 1500 the starting point 15 or 20 reached Jt Thej fe) ConEtJerablC'Stlr.is being caused ii veteran, Clrcles'id "this province jus now over the workings ot the Dill. It froni first-hand infor matiou, that farmers In the nort of whom, I regre to say, are' ofvalien. ar obtaining loans under the Con Bill and then .coniiiig-dbwh to sout: country stock of th will.be unable to hoi out over the to the fee situation. The uiost lujforluuale aspeqt of th thing Is that" a number o( those vrh have ,tb sell nre-.returned men recenth 'sUrfeu up litll capital find themselves faced with a of feed foj th winter and are therefore th slock to little for themselvc out of of Iho season On of.it, il looks as Ihoug an arrangement should be made to loan gome cash to these men to kee their stock for the winter. Surely, it'is the the government I foster the business of catlle breedin by ruakingf-loans for the purchase o stocfe. then, at--a time like this, would be quite in order lo make sma loans fo cover ot feeding th stock of {he sirfSflteldera In th Southern part of ISGIVEN 10-YEARIE! MEAIfRIS By J. F. B. Livesay, Cauadiao Press baClt because Ibey had nut an officer. but brought away vur aud WOUDti- ed. uight a telephoup uies- came Into headquarters from Ihe am holding the line'with fifteeu Whai shall wo They were loM to carry oa uii'U Ibo supports _came up. Luckily the Boche was Iu no shape atach. SATURDAY. AUGUSt.M. Tlicse fellows are willing'to ku again to-morrow. A gunner' in bringing- hla nin- th ine guu wltU two bullet boli-i Ihroujh It. Hello, by cried. "Hero aie again, (tie meritorious batta- r; The glorioue jes, ludeeJ, the battalion wlii go OD. pcrlshcth but the spErU dletb uot, 'T' did not know there were so auy ..uiachlue guns In -the world, said Hie offit-er, "U-we had tanks we could have got tbe.rlilga'.wltb very little loss. What the Infantry needs-is Uuks, tauks and more tanks.1 "Perfect fade" CHASE S ANBORM MONTREAL is the Title of a Booklet whicK (o cmUe tKow enjoy (iclidmu, fragrant to have it- x TKcre vc tdo nswitkls to dw perfect cup of cofttt the rifhl ccffec tlie right uxty lo make it. Niagara Camp_ Oiit., Aug. conscientious objectors were condemn ;d In'ramp this morning, onetoforl ;wo days' detention and the oilier t ten years In Kingston Penitentiary They were George .Wellington Crov and Paul Joseph For; The latter, an Austrian, was a natura ized British subject' Both refused I pat on Ihe uniform, Crawford got o wifh forty two days' detention hi of his physical condition, tng in Category "C." li'o had served his forty two days and once sel_at libertj Rev.-H. D. Cameron, B.A., for the past eight year pastor Jlclvillq Church, Scarborp'Afias accepted.a uii- animous call to Forest Preabjfertan Church, and learea to take up.. Iris'new charge on September Sth Air Gamer on has been prominent In luiiraliu i a! work in the m he took a great Interest Public School and High School Students Can buy everything needed for the fill term at our booksT scnbblerst and every necessary lequirementi With eVery burchase of school sup- plies of 30c 01 over give A Balloon Free Get your balloon for Tuesday. THE KENNY AillN Co., Limited NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PENSLAR STORE PHONE Drs. Braner, Richards Nelson Hifh Grade American Dentiitry 363 OH Nk., 4 Dowi inn Letkbridge Holel, LETHIRTXIE, ALBERTA CALOARY EIGHTH AVENUE E EDMONTON CHISTALL BLOCK. ashinBlon. Aug. UnlleJ States steamship Joseph Cudahy waa lorpedoerl at sea about 700 miles from (he Kngliah Coasl, August-17, and 62 members ot are reported niif-sfng. Thirteen were rescued. Two submarines made tbc attack and two torpednes struck the ship, the first striking the fuel tank, and Ihejtecon'J Iho taglne room The canlain of Iho Cudany reported .Hal he-nas taken aboard one of tho U-boats and ques lioiied. Tftc'atifp was torpciloed aboul o'clock al night and apparently went down How any, of thoccllors rosLlliclr liies has not been reno-lcd 16 Mori >n Atlantic Port, Aug 31 (rciilil steamship atrhed hero lodKf front afi European port broughi sWleer of the crew of tbo sleatristilp CuJahy which was torpedoed and sunk August bound Tho said there were in the and lhat (he lale'ot the The Joseiih i Cudahy was tank stcamfthtp (ft tons ifrofls under command of Caplalir'. fflllgrove. She was owned .by the Sfnelalr Clulf Cpr poratlon and In IttlT ami balled from Wilmington uelawaro High Heels Put Corns-on Toes Wto cantT tuttinet lift off without mjr Uccauso. style decrees thai women crowd, am tmckh up their Lender toe's in hfgh hdelert footwear they suffer from corna thct they cut and thcs cause tockja-w and wbtnc are warned to stop 1C A of (reczon applied upon i sore corn, or lender caltu gives .relief am soon Ihe -Entire ctra or Iu5 ind all IffU .of wlth6ut piiii Ask dru for a tiny boitl of which coets h a few cents but la soif1 lent lo remote liar or aort torn or callus from ones feel, Kreeione in. a mi intnL and a Imply shrive1 i i up tiii dorn or callus will out cvpn Irritating iwrroundfn shin Women! Kceji ft bottle of f reczon handy on Ihe dreaser Ie it corn ache v There's Ture Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessaiy to theup-buildmg of children's health. They should be urged (o drink it freely and often. It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing children. Our milk is absolutely free from impurities add It is bottled by scientific methods in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and pasteurized.. ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR v HOUSE EVERY MORNING....... The CfttStAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 ;