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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE LETHBRttMSfi OAfLY PAGE N1NB MILADI THE WOMANS The part that a woman plays today Is fraught with a thousand Fdr the glad welcome Or the empty years But vine womans part Is one which balls For the smile which never A courage to live each Ami a heart that seldom quails For her Is the waiting 3ut for her the knowledge rare Ot all she and all she For some man in the trench out From her goes the message of hope and cheer Which brightens the hardest The parcels of good the news from Which chase tired frowns And hers is the through fair and Though her cherished dreams be To play the game as her men folk Unfaltering The part that a woman plays today Is the waiting But It calls for a true and high re And a brave and dauntless fe PERSONAL Dore is a visitor at Buchanan returned on Saturday from visiting in Miss Bawden left on Saturday to visit and Martin at cottage at Willow near a Miss Angle Bawden is spending a holiday at The many friends of Miss Marjorie whb was operated on for acute appendicitis at the Van Haarlem Hospital last will HOW BO YD AVOIDED AN OPERATION from female trouble which caused me much and two doctors decided that I would have to go through an operation before I could get My who had been helped by Lydia Vegetable Com advised me to try Ubefore sub mitting to an It relieved me from my troubles ao I can do my house work without any I advise any woman whe ia afflicted with female troubles to give Lydia Pinkhama Vegetable Com pound a trial and it will do aa much for MARIE 1421 6th Sometimes there are seriou condi tions where a hospital operation ia the only but on the other hand 10 many women have been cared by this famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhami Vegetable after doctors have said that an operation was woman who wants to avoid an operation should give it a fair trial before submitting to such a trying If complications write to Lydia Pinkham Medicine for The result of many years experience is at your be glad to know that She IB progress ing as favorably as can bo expect i and Walker nee Miss Hazel aro in the elty from Coeur and Edgar Covell ot River have returned from a trip to Waterton Parker left on Saturday to holiday at Fred Cottam and of the Baalim Motor spent lust week at Marys Mrs Kings and and Watson and children are vis itors In McCaffrey left on Sat urday for Vancouver where she will visit and Tootnhs of that James Fleming is visiting with Henderson at Roy was a week end visitor In the Hume who has been a visitor with hia Miss returned to Calgary last Brymner left Saturday to1 join Brymner at Jackson and family have returned from holidaying at the coast and Falrfleld Home were motor visitors for the week end at Glacier James 5th Street has returned from visiting in and has gone to join Davey in Davey having recently returned from They intend to reside in Macleod for some and Petterly and fam ily and and Forster were week end visitors at Waterton Connor has returned to Lethhridge after having been absent for a short time on military Miss Lola of the General School for is in the city visiting her and George of the Good has been compelled through illhealth to lake a well earned With his wife and family he left Sunday morning in hfa car and intends motor ing through to Bonners and will spend a week or two with his Sam From there he will probably go on to Vic toria and Good ex pects to be away for a few months at least and in his absence the busi ness will be under the management of his SOCIAL EVENTS James Fleming was the guest of honor last Saturday afternoon at a delightful tea given by Miss Helen bulletins from the telling of the fall of Mont Dldler and With Its accompnnying capture of a number of men and This was of course received with much Interest and The following letter has been re ceived by the Secretary Major Jack Jloss Frank Dear Madam On behalf of the invalided soldiers of this Institution I wish to I hank you anil all the members of the Major Jack Ross for a splendid donation of for the am usement It Is surprising the ef fect these thoughtful cofitributiona have on the It seemH to buck them not for the fact of the mere money but to know that al though they have lost their health in the great struggle they are not for I again thank you and all mem bers of your chapter from the bottom of my heart for your generous and kind and hope your reward will be seeing these splendid fellows leave this institution cured and In as good a physical condition as they were previous to Yours very Hospital WEDDINGS A pretty home wedding took place at the residence of and Ja son in last when Miss Vera of and Clyde of were united in mar the Fallls perform ing the Only a few inti mate friends of the contracting par ties were After an informal at which music and dancing were a dainty supper was and Pollock left on the late train for the east where the honeymoon willbe spent and on their return will make their home at Chin t On August the marriage took place at Coeur of Miss Hazel Trlcker of this city and of The which took place at the home of and Thomas Cam was performed by and Walker arrived in the city this morning on tfteir wedding trip and will later return to Winnipeg where they will The bride is well known having been for some time on the staff of the Simpson Company and has many friends in the She is the sister of De Long of this many friends wish great success to and Walker in their new At on August the marriage took place of Frank Clear and Miss Stella Hodgins performed the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES At the United Church last evening after an interesting address by Wilkie on the man and boy prob lem In Sunday School work and before closing with the singing ot the nat ional anthem with its verse for the boys at the a unique and inter esting part of the service took place when the pastor read the latest war If its Electrical we Have It AND OUR PRICES ARE OUR WORKMEN DO RELIABLE AND HIGH GRADE WE CARRY A fclNE OP FIX TURES FOR OFFICE AND The Star Electric 409 FIFTH STREET LEICESTER BIG NEW PLANT Work has commenced on the killing plnnt and refrigerator being erected by Burns and on the property purchased by them last fall south of the fair Holt has the contract and work has already been in addition to the ab attoir the company is yards and and is building a spur so that Lethbridge will become their central killing point for Southern The undertaking aa yet is but the company has secured 120 acres of land close to the and there is every reason to believe that as the demand grows Lethbridge will become an important point in the Company string of abattoir throughout Hie The company is tapping the irri gation ditch and by means of a dam is building a lake from which ice supplies will be taken this in the Churched Knox Usual services Weatoy Tuesday aa weekly meeting of Boy Next morning and Buchanan is expected to take the ser United Wednesday at prayer Marys Tuesday at teach ers Wednesday at Boy vestry meeting in Pariah Friday at intercession Christian The prayer meeting and all other meetings have been post poned on account pf the Chautanqua Tuesday at a meet ing at Ue CliuicJi a tjs Christian Wednesday at regular weekiv testiwonv A Perfect Treatment For This Distressing Complaint I had an attack of Weeping Eczema so bad Hint my clothes would be wet through 1 could get norelief until I tried Fruitatirea SmOia The first treatment gave me liavo thrco boxes of Sobthft two of FruitaUvwiand nm nutirely well Both these sterling remedies aro Bold by dealers at i 0 for or sent on rmipl of price by Frultatives Fruitatives is put up in a trial size which sells fur Nearly Inch Fell at Lethbridge During Help To which was fairly general over the Loth bridge division Is the heaviest precipitation in the period since fall The rainfall indies at the Experimental Tim heaviest previous rain here this year was dur ing fair week when inches fell on Friday Last nights rain was a and coming on top of the rain during fair week has more than inches during the past 15 This assures much green feed on the grain fields and will do wonders for the pasture and the sec ond cutting of It will also make the ground ready for ploughing and work on many fields will he started The only bad feature of the rain is that much tim othy cut the latter part oC thu will be WILL II CITY expects a visit next week from Premier Charles Stewart and possibly another member the provliffiial Word was receiv ed this morning that Premier Stewart would probably ho here on August but the date is not yet de finitely Early in the summer arrangements were made for a visit from the pre mier and a couple of the cabinet min but word suddenly reached him that he was to leave for overseas and his Lethbridge visit wtfts He now and is anxious to visit Luthbridge In accord ance with his promise that he would all parts ot HIP province and keep in close touch with the It is probable that a public meeting will be held during his visit under the auspices of the Board of APPOINTED YET Some weeks ago it was announced thatthe vacancy in the local post mastership had been advertised by the civil service No appoint ment has yet been and The Herald now understands that the advertisement has been withdrawn and the appointment will not be made by the The reason given is that the office should go to ono of the men now in the postal service us a matter of pro and The Herald understands that this plan has been How ever the mimes of men who may pos secure the position have not yet been ON ITALIAN Italian War Of fice today issued the following state ment Harassing fire was more frequent in the Lagarinu and Breuta On the lower Plave our batteries caused fires and dispersed workers In tha enemy lines of eommunlca Grocers and Cental CANADIANS ARE WEARING SMILE THAT WONT DEPART Great at Chance of Winning Making Superb By Canadian Press With the Canadian us to the future is at is a great initial suc It is fiuitn iiknly fiiat the enemy will throw in reserves with a view to checking our advance by a strong counter In the entire war ef fort of the Allies them hjjs been no such magnificent advance us that of the last four its mo mentum from an initial due almost entirely to the people of Canada may well lie proud at lie brilliancy of Ilio perfec tion of organization and rigid im position of the allessential quality of secrecy with which the force has mov ed many miles by long marches and was thrown into action at the appointed hour entirely unknown to the This is a rolling country with high bare delimited by a wooded valley and In these woods were congregated for several days await ing the a great force of Canadian There Jay heavy and light ammunition columns and all the impediments for There was the most remarkable laiason be tween all arms and throughout all The great surprise demanded nothing All had their share in the exploit concluded when the gutis opened and whose fruits have been reaped with a mathematical ex During the first three days every thing fought for The with he cloudy days of preparation the fog that rolled down at the right mo ment and the perfect days that have For the first it is he weather has been on the side of Great The joy of all ranks is beyond meas Sir Arthur Currio visited a num ber of advanced dressing stations and everywhere ho found our wounded animated by brave good bog ging of him that their places be held open for Our Canadian force Is wearing the smile that wont come The nature of the ground is entirely favorable to such an There aro no fen ces and a minimum of wire and the Hoche trenches are for Ihe most part for he deliberately elect ed for open warfare and an area nf He has got a belly full of It now and will never say again hat Ihi Tlrltish are formidable behind but incapable of meeting Cermnns In the often Minimum of All liis has been acftieved with a minimum of for that is the aim always in Where the en emy resistance has stiffened our tanks have gone in and cleaned out his de In lliis on the northern Up of our they broke the resistance of strong nestn of machine Help came from bombing the en emy whenever he has sought to make a The control of the air in this sector lias been Dozens of our patrol Ihe enemy line and once in a while onlya German ma chine slips over our territory In ft solitary Throughout the operation the noncombatant services have in the same spirit ot loyal The men bave not misted Weal and tile dressing stations and mater ial coming forward have been pushed up into the front So rapid has become Hxadvance that the for ward area of yesterday Is the back area of today and It has taken un ceasing effort to keep up with tKe The Canadian army for months on lip toe for a has proved Its AVe are go j ing to drive Krltz across the Sommey I is what Ihn Tommies are Britain will not support any party in the Finnish revolution and does not intend to assist any Russian ar my to enter Finland or to port a civil war PRAISE BRITISH of the present the French press gives a large share of praise to the British high FREE DEMONSTRATION OF NABOB TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Teeple DOMINION BLOCK FOURTH AVENUE RETAIL GROCERY i A Statement to Our Qis tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge We are now compelled by the Food Controller to use 10 of Substitutes in all our bread and as soon as the supply of substitutes is available this percentage will be increased to The use of sub stitutes by the bakers is a new thing and requires considerable ex perimenting to find out the best method of using and also to find the best substitute to We are improving our goods all the time and today the bakers of Lethbridge are turning out a good loaf of nutritious and These substitutes cost us considerably more than Government Standard White The Food Controller in ordering their use was not thinking of saving his only idea is save wheat flour so that all the Allies may have enough to go It is your duty as a patriotic citizen to see that everybody obeys this order of the Food Controller and uses the required amount of substitute in their bread whether it is homemade or The cost of doing business is rising higher all the Horse feed is away wages are going freight rates are up shorten malt are all up in price and there will be another raise in coal In view of these facts we can no longer sell bread at the same price as we have been doing so that starting on Aug ust the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows RETAIL I 15c 25c 9 Loaves WHOLESALE II Loaves Schweitzer Kirkby John Gilmore Limited Scott ;