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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY M, lOlfi PAGE SIX THIS PURE FOOD Smoked Meats infilled Windsor BiU-ks Sliced per 1h. 30c Hums' CottagT Roll 4 to o Ib. A n ire pevlb. 23C Dominion Picnic 5th. Avernu'c er Ib. We received an- other shipment of Special No. 1 Farm- ers' Dairy Butter. 25c Per Ib Finest tbs. for 65c Finest Shamrock Creamery per ft. 35C Burns' Special Tomato Sausa.se per 25c The Toronto Star has sent Mr. llawki's t" study tlu- at- titude of QnclHV to war. and its relationship to tlu1 1'iliiiRu.il lieluw thr first ot IMS articles. Montreal. June -Tlu-rf is much I inuresiini: talk tth'-'ill Qui-hec's rela- i lion to the war and to other provinces. In Ontario we do no! si'i'in to under- stand Quebec very well. It is no doubt true that Quebec doesn't nnder- j stand m. Hut. even if did not want to understand us. I hi- m'c- iessity for our aiim-criailui: the pecul- i iarities of Quebec is nil ihe greater, i o-.vf il to ourst'lu's not to r.t> I ignorant o.' conditions we seek to tlir- ect. What 3 Frenchman Hears Try for a minute to put yourself in the skin of a Canadian of tho sev- enth generation who happens to speak i French us nvll as he speaks English. has been a minister of the crown. has represented his country in foreign capitals and whose knowledge of Brt- itish and Canadian constitutional his- i lory transcends that ot ninety-nine i and nine-tenths per ci'nl of iiis com- i patriots who only speak one language. Uuasine yourself reading a report of a sermon by a Toronto divine. which says that the only rights which ine French have in Canada are the rights of a conquered nation. Then imagine yourself reading a report of 'another deliverance which complains that Quebec has not gone to the help of France as speedily or as strongly as certain inhabitants of Canada have aone to ihe help of Britain. As you read, remember that two years ago there was- regret in Ontario that the j Canadians of "Quebec were too French thev showed au affection for France which should be cultivated for Britain. What would you say? You mielit soliloquise something like this. "What wonderful people my English-speaking. fellow.L'anadians are! They tell us that we must re- gard ourselves as a conquered na- tion .which means 'bat we are really in our native country on sufferance. Then they tell us that we ouchi lo fight just as they do to maintain their dominance because one conqueror is better than another. And, to make ihe posilion still more entertaining, were altogether too French, now mourn over us because we are not French enough. What is it possible i for tie to do to please my brother j Canadians in the highlands of Ontar- The French mind is a very quick jmind. It expresses itself often in i terms which pierce like a rapier, when the resl of us would use language 1 which cleaves like a meat-ssc. French Who Are Fighting 1 There is another class of Canadians to whom it is worth while to give a passine thought. Fourteen thousand are under arms. Thousands of Ihem have fought and !are flghtine in Europe. There are thousands of people in the Province I of Quebec whose relatives and friends have been named in the casualties. Thev hold exactly ihe same view about Canada's duty to the war as we do. They have had exactly the same real- ization that we have, that so large a proportion of the Canadian army- was not of Canadian birth. They, Grasp This Shrewrt Shoppers will attend the closing days of our Gi-eat-Money Kaising Sale. There he bis bargain oirci-Jngs. lust two days, Saturday and Monday, and this Sale will be over. MONEY RA1S1NGSALE CLOSES was no through their kindred, did what they Special Mitk-Fed Lamb Special Spring Veal could to make thai, balance remark- i able. How much ought, their view as i toarher MEN'S SUITS THREE DOZ. MEN'S SUITS. "Well made mater- 7C ials. Sold res. up to 815.00. Sale price TWO DQZ MEN'S WORSTED SUITS for summer wear Neat well fitting suits selling regularly up 1 AA to 51S.OO. Sale Price 95c 49c. 25c 25c 50c SHOES SUITS. ,jors. Per PENMAN'S COMBINATION STANFIELD'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR. Per Garment BOYS' BALB'RIGGAN UNDERWEAR. AH Per Garment MEN'S COTTON HOSE. pairs for MEN'S BLACK COTTON HOSE. ;J, pairs for Plain suit... 50 PRS MEN'S GENUINE RUSSIC CALF TAN BLUCHER SHOES. Worth ?4.75 and To Clear BOYS' SATIN CALF SHOES. Sizes 1 to 5. gg Regular Sale Price YOUTHS' SHOES. Sizes 11 to 1314 in same qual- gn Ity as above. Regular 52.00 and Clearance V 4 BOYS' "LITTLE GENTS" MULEHIDE SCHOOL tne ne_ n.issaml.! Enchant, July He" 'went" to the cure and encourage as many French as sible to join us. "When I reached the hall I the priest to introduce me to at all. to be heard respectfully, even pa tiently. By all to whom Canadian unity is exceedingly dear, they may he heard sympathetically. You don't ex- pect a man to he kind to your point of view until you have convinced him that you know what his amounts to. %ve got aiong and 1 We owe it to ourselves to find out the French miller's wife on one what our fellow patriots as- side of me on tjje platform and the certain where their grief resides, as milliner on the other. They more of their compatriots have hafl ]lever Defore been invited to co- operate with the English women in their own town, and were overjoyed at the turn things had taken. They were 'chary about Joining a chapter of the Daughters of the Empire, but came in after they had had time to him to the time.' pos- by the French Engineer Dussaud, j ed the home of Mr. and which is described to the Academy o! Martin Sunday moramg, A Broach That Widening Science bv Professor Bratiley. It is j little daughter, it strange that when you look obtained ty_automatic separation of, The of O. K. visit- Mrs, wm. leaving a for a place from which to start on i not done as they ought to have done, aid what they would like to i do to dissipate their own regret. j For all we know, these relatives of I fighting Quebec men may be as ready to criticize those French who are not fighting as we are in Ontar- io. Perhaps they could do it more effectively than we can. if we will hold our superior gifts in check long enough to find out what they really think about the whole situation. They may even desire our help, if we will be as willing to give it In their i They may have something illumin- ating to tell us as to how it feels to igo into battle with that conquered i feeling which is so often expressed Compare our meats with what you are ottered else- to m.er ,jm, _ times that provoking statesman, who smiles so benignly as, with such per- fect English, he allows us to under- r amount of heat. 51. Dussaud has been working on this problem for many years. The usuallv i light obtained by his method is so -iven "a i intense that it is possible to throw images from newspaper illustrations, picture postcards, and photographic i prints on a screen even In a lighted room as clearly and sharply as it 'iheywere glass lantern slides. A six fool snake was killed Main street, Buffalo, N. V. PIUS of Any M.Jicinc In III. WorH, U The Joy of a Vacation may be turned to the sor- row that comes from indi- gestion. The battle with hotel menus is a losing one for the man with a weak stomach. Happy is the man who listens to the call of the goes fishing, hunting and takes with him Triscuit, the Shredded Whole Wheat wafer. Triscuit is made of the whole wheat, steam- cooked, shredded arid baked. A tasty Summer snack, supplying the greatest amount of nutriment in smallest bulk. Delicious with butter, soft chsese or mannalades. Made in Canada Woman Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound Restored Her Health. Li-earn parioi IMI Fred Lewis' big sray team made I things-lively on Monday hy running away, dragging .a scraper. was hurt, but they demonsncn couple of democrats that happened lo he in Iheir way. Jack, the little son of Ceo. was quite sick on Monday. Vnnmbe'r'of Enchant people motor- j ed to Travers on Sunday to see the j Champion-Travcrs game, but were dis- appointed as the Champion team tail- ed .to arrive. However, a scrub game was pulled off for the entertainment of the crowd. Dr. Woodcock's falher left on hat- The barber shop is mud! in appearance by the. addition ol a new front and a coat of paint Guy McCann 1s around ,ngnln with a pair of crutches. 'The 'Farmers' hall is smiling with a new coat of paint. On Friday .Inly 14th the Farmers Union give'a dance. Their purpose is lo give iT dance every day It la hoped a crowd will at- tend each and every one, as a good time Is always, the big feature at the Knch'ant' dances. Miss Odland and her brother aiu leaving this week for their old home in Norway. Mrs. Clark, of Trovers, visited al the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. I'- Cann, on Saturday. A. B. Freeburger wont lo. nun- bridge on Monday on business. Mr and Mrs. J. Held of Leaming- ton Out., arrived Tuesday lo spenl. Ihe summer with. their Mr. h. .1. Reid. ___ CRUEL TREATMENT OF CANADIAN PRISONERS Ottawa. July prison- in Germany were sentenced lo a BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT London, July The weekly state- ment of the Bank of England shows the following changes: Total reserve decreased circulation decreased bul- lion decreased other securi- ties decreased public da- posits decreased other de- posits decreased notes, reserve uenreased govern- ment securities unchanged. The proportion of the banks re- serve to liability this week, 28.o9 per cent; las a t week it was 26.08 per cent. IS YOUR HEALTH see me and she ad- vised me to com-; mence taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound: and to use Lydia B. Pinkham's Swistive Wash. I began tak- ing your remedies and in two months was a well woman e itand un straight again. I was a mid- wif e for s'venlears and I recommended Ho Vegetable impound to every wo- man to take before birth and after- moTwi'll he delighted to. answer them. MOVBB. 342 E.North St. Lima, Ohio. Wnmm who suffer from displace- ner- vousn ess, o{ the roots anl her bs con- era in Germany were scntoncoii to n Of the roots ant noros yoar in jnil by Ihe Oormnns for rnfim-1 Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Ing to make war munitions. to a loiter received hero from Corporal Daniel A. Simons, formerly a prisoner I'inUlUHii In Uorninny. and now transferred to c the Internment camp In ;