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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULt THE UvTHrmiDGK HKIUU PAGE ELEVEN Introducing the Fisherette These girls are replacing men who havo Rotio to the They aro employed by the Maritime Fish This Is not hind of wartime oc cupation that con reasonably bo advo cated for Cattadlan girls In But it is stimulating oxampltt that should ait incentive to men nnd woman These haedy Eastern woman have eschewed the easier paths open them nnd have deliber ately dhijsen the rocky frail which other feminlhft feet In the history of Canadas Early in the season though It Blowing accounts are coming from British Columbia of what girls have done ln berrypicking In the far In the middle West they are operating tractSfs Sfnd driving cultivators and standing shoulder to shoulder with their men In running the But In the far East they have gone a step They have donned mens oil rttWee and They are not farmerettes nor are they berrypickers nor They let us Introduce them to first ftsherettes Anyone who knows the of Scotland can summon up in this connection a vivid picture of the So they call them in the land of cakes and herring our with a Those Canadian girls nro young and and the necessity of war rather than thecustom of the ages has led tbom to tip Oils But the Highland ten who can oVor give them full credit for faithfnl labor oryeataTlhB toll of their thorigOT of their Work Many of hem grow their time because evetlaslinfj bufi den of fish theyajdrk iin the creels on They werfc pJcturf sqtie to look at hut their were hearts of more Hk6 the women of Franco who dragged along the plow yoked to tflelr like normal human In the days before the war when their business they wore about as many striped petticoats as Miss Hook Of On their heads were shawls or Very different Is the Canadian fsh erette Her outfit Is smart and She is recruited from the ranks of the younger wo men on the fishing She is tak ing the placa of her sweetheart or her Shelhas entered into the big fish In other she has They were really the precursors of cut ice 1n an entirely new For A Look Around The Troubled World A MOST INTERESTING LECTURE By Pickles of You are earnestly Invited to You cannot afford to mist hearing this exposition of the Qospel of the and the light which It throws oncurrent TO BE GIVEN AT MOOSE HIGINBOTHAM BLOCK ADMISSION IS but bring your bibles for Also bring your and be sure and bring 1 1852 SALE SALE SALE1U STARTING JULY 20th BRASS WASH EXTENSION TRUNKS AND WRITING ELECTRIC MENS AND ALL OTHER FURNITURE It will pay you to buy at our store and take advantage of this great 10 OFF THE DOLLAR ON ALL PURCHASES THE BLUE LINE CAR STOPS AT THE DOOR ROGERS 546 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH CORNER OF SIXTH AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE OLD BRICK AT DIAMOND CITY On July 29th AT TWO OCLOCK black 6 years old 1 brown 8 years with pal I bay mure years old 1 grey 2 years old 1 bay yoar broke to 3 nnd 4 years with calves by their side 4 fresh in the fall of 1918 2 pld i 2 yeftreJirtiU year old l 1 year old 10 milk 3 and 7 years h heavy lumber wagon 1 democrat wagon 1 Binglo buggy 1 mower I sickle grinder 1 set double team harness 1 get single harness 1 TERMS CASH Owner Auctioneer FRIENDSTHOUGHT HE WOULD DIE Conquered Dyipeptb andRestored ROBERT Little Bras I was a terrible sufferer from Dyspepsia and Constipation for I had pain after belching constant and did not sleep well ftt I lost so much weight going from 185 pounds to 146 I became alarmed and saw several doctors did me no a friend told mo to try In a there was The constipation was corrected and soon I was free of headaches and that miserable feeling that accompanies I continued to take this splendid fruit medicine and now I am strong and ROBEHT a for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Pruitativea Appointed Chief Engineer Ml ft Fair balm been appointed chtof engineer ot wplaclng chief who retiring to enter private Is announce ment by special circular Issued by Sir and approved by nl S h a u g h the Presi Too much credll cannot be accord ed whose rlsn has been the result of sterling sorvlce ti r d the company he joined them In Pair bairn was burn In Peterborough 46 years He en tercd the Toronto where he Following a nrhute nrartloe InBritish Mr Jnlnod the Oanndian Fuclllc In in the Department and beoume Assistant Engineer at ond Flfisidnnt Enginerr at Ottawa 12 months After threr years In Ottawa roturrrd to aa Division ami was transferri to Toronto some months from which place lie re jturned to Montreal In a similar It WHS iti that made Principal Assistant at two years later promoted to rrnglneor of and In wnn Chief Engineer of Eastern a position jhe occupied up to the tirmof pfesunt which Is the highest railway position It Is Hie religion of all our profns I could hardly bellfivo that my ur cafo acquaintance spoke I havo now long loarnt that his remarks would have been moro banalities to other Ger II wan flrnt revolntion that Germany Ifl out not only the old order of human civilization but against the Christian Ernest of formerly on the staff of the Kansas City Star and lately an nmbulnnci driver for the American Red Irons In Italy h3B boon rocoinnietiflod for thn Italian While serving at a canteen he received two hundred sep arate wounds by the explosion of a trench wore NEW ALLIED LINE ad from the field of tho FrancoAmerican offensive bo twccii the Miirno and the report tho allied line running as follows From northward to wont of Monthlnrn and on to 41 Mont tho BolH Hti Goronriftemll L flossier Par ry Tigny Vlllr Bolsfiy Mont siigno Pornante and 4 GERMANYS WAR ON A Reminiscence the Days When We Loved the ears the large fish companies on the East coast had been bringing girls ut from Scotland to work in their to can and pickle and pack to handle the herring and other mall But it remained for the Maritime Ish Corporation of Nova to employ this dozen or ao of and she girls to handle the big fish in trate On Frances 0 clean them and skin them and pre pare them for the It was of the fisher folk thatthe ilaintivo song was For men must Workand must t does not look much like it when i see picture You more nclined to say Canada must flghtahd wti nen must These worsen are 1 though and bip hers and them e cleari ng r It sounds otic work hard and There romamce ibout it on thissideot the There ie not even the inspiration of direct contact with wars It s simply a hard level times often monoton What these girls are doing is not even are notplaying with These fish are big leavy to cumbersome and in learning the gjrls get their lands cut with the fish knives often But they are r mighty deft about it and are fast earning a reputa tion for skilful The Canada Food Board has been celling Canadians for months past they must eat more At last people are beginning to realize with the result that the demand for lsh is and the Atlantic dealers are having a busy time keep ing the markets supplied with the nowfamous tencentapound So many of the fishermen have heard their countrys call to arms that it is doubly hard to cope with the Do minion and European And here is where the fisherette comes in If women can help on the In the in industries of every thty are surely fitted to take their places by the and if they cannot go out in dories tp catch the preeipue sea they can at least have a share in handling it on There are hundreds of girls by the coast who might take this to They are on the Their strong hands and stout hearts are needed in the fIshjng The trail has been Will they fol low In Ihe wake pioneer fiah erettos And will the set by this handful of girls inspire women in other parts of the country cast about for the most useful andneces sary forma of work to engage if they have to break now trails after is the true tept of theircourage and their By Twells March 1 went from Brussels to spend a day at In the big Taverne Oruber in the Place Verte I fell into conversation with a Belgian officer of the Liege Germany intends to force war upon Prance this said the Belgian said o is Mil s Belfeia ing to concen ian frontier by sending her main armies through Bel Though convinced of the inevitab ility sooner or later of the J was still ignorant enough of the deviltry of Germany to consider It unlikely that she would violate her guaranteed fur EiUbllthed over flJty ymi All fron Klndtrgulen to Uulmsitr f For Calendar apply to the What makes you think that I whole of my country is cov ered at tlita moment by a cloud of German spies and intelligence offi There is euch a sudden irrup tion of German tourists and com mercial travellersthat dven Belgians who do not realize what it means are all commenting upon He cautious ly indicated customer after They are making this place an es pionage That man over there IB a These two man over there are That man over there 1s a Those four men in the corner are Germans and they are all I scrutinized tho men the Belgian officer They were all typi cal Prussians same stamp aa the Prussians that Iv afterwards saw leecend as abnormally early tour upon the western Scottish coast and even the remote glens of at he end ot preoccupied notetakers of sound and road and harbor and I say repeated the Belgian officer that the greatest var of all time Is coming this sum and that Belgium will bear the first shock of We finished our lunch having lothing else to 1 accompanied the Belgian to the gnto of his high above the Guillemlns with a wonderful view of sickleshaped When I descended to Liege rain came on in torrents and I took shel ter in the Taverne sitting by chance at a table next to one the men the Belgian had pointed was After a few minutes the stranger politely offered me a copy of the Daily I can see that you are Eng he speaking English him self without a trace of foregn yon I replied think ing My Belgian spyomaniac wrong said tlie stranger I am a Wo talked of lie of the Alps wherein I found a fellowon of and When he revealed that he was a Prus sian officer and 1 said to him flatly A Belgian officer haa told me today hat Germany intends to niake war against France tills summer and that her first move will be the violation of tlio Prussian officer was astonishingly Your Belgian he is a close I would the out break of war In the middle of July he was only a fortnight Ho is right about our invading Belgium else should we do But Germany is a guarantor of Belgian to violate Belgium for tho sake of getting at France for tho sake of getting Bel We want It is a ripe plum waiting for We want Ant werp because it is one of the finest and richest ports of We want the Belgian because it will be 4 splendid naval aerial base against you aro to war agaiust too ho replied Theres no accret in Some of you at warn your What about that open eye The German officer proceeded to debate the likely happenings of the coming great I can say that ho was curiously prophetic of most of the tactical and inventive He was pro of tho present develop ments of air warfare and of Hun at tacks on London and other British open town by Zeppelins and aero He was amiably enthusiastic about the moral effect upon the British people of the massacres of But therein his pro phetic gift was woefully at Assuming that all this I where does Christianity come in in a scheme of Germany crushing without a quarrel a weak country that she is pledged pro tectress or in killing men women and children Come Germany whatever her is a great Christian and Again he Interrupted I quote his words They made such an impression on me that when I re turned to my hotel in Brussels I wrote them You talk of moral he The new Germany does not recognize moral but only physical You speak of It my that you neither know Germany nor have read our great modern German Christianity is outworn In We Germans despise It is an alien Eastern religion that has been grafted upon We led by our are creating our own the religion of physical and material You English think our Emperor blasphemous when he calls upon God so often and claims Him as an But He Is not your He is a Ger man God we create for All true Germans disdain the teachings of its meek ness and The only religion we recognize ia that might is right and1 that the strong shall take from the It is the kaisers Ik Freshwater Sea Voyage Through the Great Lake From Thunder Bay to Georgian sis hundred mile trip from Fort William and Port through the bluegreen waters of Lake Sault Lake and the islantl fairyi land of the Georgian At outoilght of land with only vista of tumblinc rera and Again green embowered of wonderful Luxurious CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships Splendid excellent all at moderate Alternative for all Transcontinental Canadian Pacific For full information or any Canadian Pacific Dltirict CaJga Undertakers Stock to be manufactured in Lethbridge We have established department in 3onnection with our business which enables us to serve the public with tha very best material that can be purchased and at a prico lower can be f It has taken time to get the required part of it came from Japan and the we now have a big supply on hand and haVe secured the of as and Shier as expert Fetterly who has had 17 years experiencr in the starting in the factory is quite capable with his staff of turning out the best finished article obtainable anywhere and also saving ttiei public from undue advances in the price of Funerals conducted by us are marked by a perfection that ta MOTOR EQUIPMENT FETTERLY PIONEER UNDERTAKER OF ALBERTA Make Sure About Yotlr Eyes When At The Fair ANCHORDONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply tp Apents peoplo against it us oftpn us all of or Companys 270 Maiif 8t us Germans droani o it night and tie pointed to The Daily Why Not Call When At r t ilassesforLvery Preference am An Opticians work entails more than merely fitting the There is the person ality to suit m Glasses should help the appearance not mar And that U what our scientific methods do for jGlasses will Increase yoar eomfprt and perfect flslon and protect They will prepare eyes for hard A careful examination costs you nothing and determinpfi the glasses needed to correct sight Every tfroforcnce for Pftrtjcjilar of dtrtm can be satisfied in our stocks LET US REPLACE YOUR BROKEN LENSES HENDERSON Sight Specialist at Wrights Jewelry Store ;