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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUOAY, JANUARY 0, 1917 TMK DAILY JIKHAIJj THE BATTLE OF THESOMME Wni. nealtlc, C M 0., Senior' Chaplain of the 2ni] f'iiiiiulliiu blrlBloh In France; In a lellcr lo his congregation (1'rosby- torlan church) In CobourK, wrltlcn Iroiii Franco 27, says: "Much has" happened since I last to i'ou.. Could ono write In the midst of events Bticli as these on the whst endless races of scrlpllon one inlglit livcnli may not bo'fccordcil ul Iho nine ol nro for BUbsequonl record Ihey losa much llio iiitoiiBlly they nilsht otherwise brar. The whole bailie la of inch riiliKiiltude 'as to balllo ilcscrlbllon MilcB the' lines lllcl'n ls ecaBO ICES'n'ctivlly. Oieit Ions trains o iioior. Iprrlps'. Ihunder ulons the Incredlhlo ntnonn of tiielis, f'odildr for horses, food lo jrooiis, 'toal, echo, Imnbei, cormsal Brcat' Iron hcams lor iluRo'ut rcnfa nnd covcilns for poles for ne t Iho bombardment. Iihaglno _ laco hail the bW iii CcSourg BO ilci-ly demolished OB IP U Im- robablo Ihiitone couM find even llio ot on which house Imd BtooJ, Ono mllillng nlono remained as a land- nnrk It had heen o chateau of con- IdcrnWo Elzo. The vellnr, roof, covered o... iv many lone ot 'lolnta from falling 'withstood Ihe bomuarrfi MIST ONE IN IDE FMILY Slih01 KUniy wallfl. had iicnl. Here t.lie iloclors and stretcher- irafors and' two (Jbaiilalna of my divi- sion worked, '.lir Ibe course of isy InllcB OB- Senior Chaplain 1 vlulled ilicm and Bbont a. Illshl, ami a day there I soumliln'g lines; ami i illpusninl Bin) one ncces a, (jroat cainiialRii. Amlm liilccB Ilil hero nnd Ihero wllll their p'rcdous "frclBhl.. UofBc transtjorls dumps beyond which splendid and lia.vo been slrtimcnlar.ln haying them tho Military Cross for Ihelr and devotion. "Anoiit-aiKI yards one ot the ilbc'lorB-found n woimdEil Ccrmnn wlr'ea Ho hud Ilipusht, fifteen days llo brought- him In, and askcil inn If 1 would go wtlll hlin to look for_ fo.und ihii. niolof lop'leE cannot go. Theso (uko munlllonii up to lie (p where carry- luii pBrlles'.Mt them to take lo the Ireniilies.1 Wjjcr earls corao, wjlboul which tainted from wells would BO UHf'd. prtrobjis [jerlsh with tlilral irjd have'dolhinii with wlilcli lo cook Nearer ''tile-line wo come uuon great Bicos 'foiib lilvouacklng llidi cpld, II is all Ibo saino eep, eat, cook, wnali In Iho HATTIE W4RHCN they open. the afen' c'a'nlureil from Ihc Shelter Is'pj-dvldcd In old dugouls or illchcs cut lii'llio cmbankmenls or tho bide'of 'totnb'llllgc crulcr. One mine crater, oiio hundred feel deep nml live hundred feel wide, made u gooil-place for little iholters. Farther up 010 comes-.upon'tho serried ranks of guns of 'all callWo. belching forth nlsM blows, lor which the' Iflm has neon worklns for forty years. Al times nil guns i- Lux'u'rioui Dugouts "Wo entered" dugout, whlcli we nllowcil for 'at least" one hundrei yards under beneath cellars where a row of 'cottages had stood Those Jeep dugonls were unharmec. by -in-then the Hun, had made blmself comfortable by furniture from. the bouses. Fine spring ano wool mattresses, arm chairs mirrors and electric llsht enabled him In fbvget Ihe rigor.i of war. lie fe, loo, he could retreat when our bomnardfueiil' became too hot The wonder it'that we ever'got him out of them.- Their security -was his men advanced so QUlckh- and sp'clnBcly, Lo Iho barraee Ihnt they we're niinblo lo get out In unrricleiil lime or numliws lo wllh- slanrt- the" ouslflughii iTlio rest were trapped In their lindtrBremnd fortress nr.d were either bbmbPd out or sur- Port nobltisoii.nnt., July filh, 1915. hllio iisc'1 "Friiil-a-IIVcs" IB our house for over Ihrcrj )'eareiinilliaTO always found Ihczn a Oar little firl, JIMie, tivs InMit vlH Kidniy Diitase, The Doctor laid sllfl Ottawn, Jan. u nicotine ol tho Ollawa trades and labor council Krlday hlehl Secretary P. M. Draper said ho noticed that tho liuor coun of lleglna, Edmonton, Vancou- ver, Vlclorla am) Montreal were op- posed lo registration. Ho distended the ntand laifch hy the cbiiBrosa exe- cutive' nnil Buld he was assured thfll registration was not the foicrunnor of conscription hut vvaB only employ gd lo Elnvo'lt IVcBldcnl J. 0. Wallers also defended his conrso In resard lo national service. Calgary Mfn Won't Sign Calgary, Jan. mass meeting of the labor men of tho'clty last nlglil voted down n rcsolutlou lo accept UK recommendations of the oxccnllvc of lie' Dominion trndE3 ami labor coun supporting Ilic nnlloual service Tills ivas Interpreted to mean llml llie Calory men will DO Blgii llio cards. and bo irilli Dropsy. DRY NATION A GOOD THING 13asl SI- 1-ouls, "National pro- hibition will a damned good IhlnK for Ibis said federal Judge KeheBhaw Mountain 'Landls here. the fimoUfl Judge, Bitting In Ihe coiirl hero while Judge WrlKKt la sill- Ing on Undls1 bench In Chicago decided to try Ifgan improvement after utf fiat) g hvti ID i iijat uryans yu iui; HUIC tlie sucHinghsil all gone dowmbii her lion In 1920 Is a reasonable Credit flesh bce-mlo look rnorrniluni. .Now lion. Ho Bald, nallon-wliie prohibition Ih8h L -V, and has no signs of Ihc o'd ailoicnf. on Ibe can nolsiytoo iniicit for "Pruil-a- lives1' aod would ncrcr be Iho .federal government would more ElrjhVenLlv enforce the law. i ".The fact that many young' iiieh Und a tew old timers do ho' feel I feel embarrassed In refusing an In vltallon to ilrlnl: Is a Blgn of llie will lie." rendered. II I'tanitnis vk'lory iliien n) Llic piolso IB..I.Ike ih ,'tlic .The'Taklno'of Courceletlt qlir.mcn caplnreQ tlic sugar rofincfy' nnd scnl back '.vord that they ivoiild'HVe tp lake Courcelcltc Ihey lo I wa'.clinl tlio Iroopa.m'an'oenvrnii; Inlo poslllon iho Splendid follows! How ihcy' in'oveu across Lite liatLlelield of the sHIrllni. at every .step bheli liolc'a of'varying size or divine Inlo'onc Hying sinapiel, will liye in piy. memory ns long as lite lisls.i The scene of desolation dourtelclte' alter Ib and made Iho-division stand high in the esteem of the corpsr commander. Gad Scene, of Desolation 'toil, oh! the s'ad desolation Ion us far a.i it (Ills' II "de AL all dealers or ecnl recctptofpriccby Truit a-Lir my Ei'slcm. I'm Ilirougli." Al the conclusion of Dr. Machlem' Ulk 14 young men "hiMlie Irall" an L svFislo. -Not inly will It lie Irovoisl ile for many of these poor people to flint wlic'rc' IhelHiblhes stood, but Ihe peril from .'nneiploderl am shells reclamation o well' nIgll-linpoSsiblc.; 1 can Imagine' former' resident. Conrccl- llie -fdrly vlllaBpsTe- banns' with joy and '.We be 'able] an sy, go home.' liorilel the shcck'-'lhey will' gel. when Ihey re- elvcn of j'liur best sons, given them pburcd Into Iho hands of Or. willingly though with achingMicarls, Y. -M- C. A. secretary, sllve thank that no ruthless foe 'lias plgarelles cafes, a whiskey flash trod our ucloved Canadian soil.. Our I boxes of matches, and packages o liomcs so far1 ore safe, bill tho'bie'my ciBirotles. Olhers who did hot U hoi yet crushed nor the con'iiuercd (ofward p territory wrested from cruel and cases. up Ihclr clgarelle .fortllicx the system Rgiiinst Ilic entToru-liiiicnls nf disease. A'l'n the '50s, Hen; eggs were clllng ot 3 cents a dozen. I rorncm- er one day of taking.a basket ol Ilic nicest eggs ever laid, lo old IJloom- nglon and offered tnsrh to the mer- chant there. ho told mo he coulrt fiqt alt Hie cggi he vrnhteo for liree cenls a dozen and wouldn't pay any thore I took; mine back home. "Thoic wi'fo you call real hard tiinea, as far as money wan toncerncd. plo raised lots more Bluff ou lhe.V !arrn. LuL couldn't anything t because there was no way to get to SANITARY' KITCHEN SINK Sanitary advantages arc claimed for a new kitchen sink that has 'l Blralnci- that can remover for cleaning