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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LGESIX THE LCTHBWDGE DAIL7 HEKAID JULY 1917 Ur W t A fittte of Sunlight onj every particle is pure there is nothing to harm the clothes or impede the rapid progress of be Every of Sun light Soap iaaraatee of m Sun light Soap HOME ON LEAVE Spwlal to Ihe Herald July more boys from the front In France have reach ed Fernle to spend a short furlough prior to entering the convalescent hos pital at the coasl to uadTrgo addition al examinations and treatment of received in action upon the memorable field of Ylmy where so manv gallant Canadian boys met the enemy and left a vivid impression upon the Imaginations of the jnfnd regardingrablile from the west Corpora Carroll and Privates John Haynes and Armour were in the 5Uh and 225tli Corpor al Carroll and Gill were cf the 54Ui and are Coal Creek The other two in the llaynes also being a Coal Creek Gill bears with him what is like V to prove a lifelong disability in the shape of a shattered caused by a machine gun Haynes has a slia but it is hoped that this may he improved with careful Eurgicai Mayor Uphill and others were at the Elation o meet boys and they were taken to Coal Creek by Gill also brings with him an toiher souvenirin the shape of the Military Service awarded for bravery on the battlefield in aiding wounded comrades while under se vere fire from tho enemy machine gUHS Major Maffatt was by his and they were rendering first aid to a wounded comrade when the major ad monished telling him that he should Ue as he was in the act lie was struck by a bulletin the elbow and thus was added to those to whom his major was Tendering his Ma jor MoffalL came off with no more ser ious injury a scratch from a passing which left IU mark up on his VimyRidge will long lire In the etenoryof Fernle as U was there that Black laid down his ttfe as a fesnlf ol a third hit from the same murderous machine gun fire throughwhich the Canadian boys wad ed atthe Huns face to The facing was notgood for the Ger jnans andinany from thn west shed their blood upon that and In the words of Lincoln al Gettys ground beyond mere filing that of Krance in memory of the mar tra wbo won it All thebpys serving under Major speakin tbehighest terms of their commander as an and as a every moment of his life with them These boys came across in the Meta a vessel which seems to become a floating home for returning They will return to Vancou ver after a short visit to and while all of them are anxious to get back to the it is hardly probable that all ol them will recover la time to again become active soldiers on the firing Major Moffalt went away with his company as captain and has won his promotion through constant care of his men and bravery on the He is the only officer remaining with the boys who went with all the others having either been killed or transferred to other A number of girls have adopted the fad of branding upon their bare arras the Initials of their sweethearts who are in mili tary The process Is said to be as painless as it is H is usually accomplished by the de voted ono pasting court plaster in itials of her fiance ou the A few trips tn the eastern where the skin is browned by the com pletes the work and the letters of the loved ones name stand out in pure lte after the plaster is WE PASSAGE FOR The July British government has agreed to leave a sate passage open lor DuUh overseas ship pine landing the result of negotiations now proceeding between the two gov It is officially This is probably la return for the Dutch having undertaken to bring ooil or the Belgian relkt commission lu their own PAGET RESIGNS SEAT July Hugh 1aget has resigned his seat In parlia ment in order to provide a for Sir Eric he new first lord of the 1aget has sat for the Cambridge borough constituency since j ALBERTAS NOMINEE INTERVIEWED 3ily with Ihe medicals at Orpington who was nominated as womens candi date for the Alberta legislature interviewed by thoDally said You want women In ment because they are less ly than men to forget all the sacrifices humanity in the vrar and what It Wo men think In terras of human men in terms and tho governments great problem after the war will be social The life of women must be made less rural In Canada this is being done In parl by the Alberta de partment of OF HONOR Several thousand officers and employees of tte Canadian Pacific Railway Company enlisted for active military duty with tlie Ctosdiaa Expeditionary and the majority of them are ww id bravely battling far Canada and the NAME James IN COMPANT3 BERVICB Albert WilHam WlUUa AS Trainman Helper Cleaner Yardman Storemaa Helper BoydYJames Wiper William Clerk H Boilermaker Thomas Fireman Campbell Pros Inspector Darld Car Repairer William Cleaner ABrtd Helper Clerk Coofc Walter Waiter James Apprentice SL Albaa Apprentice Frank Clerk tohn Constable Arphoose Brakeman JaiRiffuth Conductor Josepa Helper Robert Countable Isaac Freman or CISUILTT 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z pleasure lo ten rjoa what Cassells Tablets liate done for my only old he fell and though t kail medical advice for liim he got I trfed several special tat none of them would stay on his ami bebecame so thin that just skin aud Kc tmrjr weighed 10 and we never he could But to hear of Cassells Tablets 1 got for arid am thankful I Ho Is a bonny boy quite and weighs 25 at twelve Inonlns A fres umple of Cauell9 Ttb be to you on receipt c 6 milling and Ad Harild Ritchie LU 18 McCiul Dr Cassells tablets are the surest reraedy for Kldnei Slecplessnesa Nerve Paralysis Pripitatloa and Weakness in Child valuable for nursing mothers and during the critical per W4 M life Sold by throagiout One 60 cents BI tubei tor tie price ol Oewaro of tIAM o contain Tbecoaposltion of Cuselli Ttb teowri only to the Kovrlt iaiUUoni OLD ever to Lamp anil Healer Winnipeg Winnipeg Montreal Mobee Jaw Brandon Vancouver Winnipeg Lambloa Walter Clerk Alexander Brakeioan Donald Clerk BoBald Conductor ioon Miner Checker 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Wounded Wponded Wounded Wounded and ml mini Killed In action Killed In action fihell shock Wounded Wonndod Wounded Wounded Killed In icllon Prriaaked dead Parry Sound Prenmed North Bay Winnipeg bridge i Toronto OgrJen West Toronto Banff Ogden ionlreal Heghia Winnipeg Wminifed Wtraoded WotmiH McAdam rntrittort Cnttirt Killed in acttar WoBhiled Wounded WOnaded WintBded Woonrfed TWO LONG to H Wiftjai Oi Mr For over two I wu troubled with One day I sair our sijn which read Jniitalfvei make you feel like oti bis appealed to so I deeided to ry In a short I jcgia to feel and rwu 1 relish and the Headaches I recommend this rviV mfJifimc to aU iny f or trial t all dealers or sent postpaid by Ftiut UTM FORM UNO SEHSA1I39 Frob Our Onii July and ickson havo just returned from an xtensive pleasure Macleod ihey went south to Ihence toMontana to Greal and tho Yellowstone After spend ing several days at its very attractive theywended heir way throughthe via and returning Brilisb Col through thence cross the mountains on the Crows est pass arriving after one ot the moat ul trips H is possible to make tjy They nre high in their received by the ctts in fact all with they ad to do and ore frank1 to ire ziend such a trip to those who are a few days they wish to spend n ourj south of the oundary John Franklin returned lo Mac ICK this week byher left just a year ago to eside in and are de ghted to be back in where he wind everything else all j in targe of WatertonAHenflelds 4 Rath ell churchessouth of re aived a message on Friday mointiig Ihe milllia lat bis Murtin eriously ill In of the hospitals In His the mid ay train JThe boy la i6t SI yearsof irlth le made col ege boys and mlnlaters sons lnWin 5 a few months He went rom F lemming to Winnipeg to nd wentoverseasearly dcring this Word has been receiTed that Rob rt Calderwood who enlisted here with ie and later was transferred some other been he ien now OD the Hat as He his broth r on liieir farm aqd at he time of enlistingwas one of the ine type of young whom to see was lo and who lave spent some time on the Pacific Coast as far north as return Fiom Ojr Own Correspondtnt July ringtoti and Walls have opened up business la llisir new Kepair work Is In full AU Ihe cijulp Is fully Carrlngton acd Walls have the agency for the Regal Carringtoa informs me that their first carload Is duo to arrive McKlnnon has concluded a deal with Ben for the latters halt swtlOii at 533 an The in question runs rlgut up to the Fore most Westbrook had a sale at his nbout four miles from Fore Little was the auction Sates were brisk and at good moves into town as soon as his new home h partner lu the firm of Schfnnour and has just com menced to bullu his now residence in Grand Chancellor ot the Knights ot of the do main of is in senior supreme represen tative Is also Both with Donation of Foremost are to leavo for Pendant there to dedicate the new will bo here for some time In wllu the af fairs ot We to of the firm of FYaser and back once looking Tlia Hed Cross Society mel at the home of Eley Quite a num ber ot the ladles Some wheat Is coining into town The elevators arc paying from 5MC to Las been1 pretty brisk dur ing the AH the stores Eeem to bo pretty well During this hct spell the Ice cream parlors have been especially at Autos and good roads make the Ice cream parlors as accessible to iho country uouulatlgn as to that ot tho town JicCabo has gone to Banff on a sbort On July tlio liomo of about five mites north of was completely guttcsl by and Schulz were both In at the time and got 4 CONFERS WITH THE REICHSTAG cording to tuo lierltu Nalloual Zeltuug vice chancellor Helt ferlcix acted as host at a con tcrcnce Kmperor William liad with leaders of tho reldistag lu tho gnrdeu of tho lulnlstry ot tho Interior V 4 For tho second lime during the war tho Cross lias lien awarded without any detailed ot Iho reason beln The first In stEtuce was that ofCommander Gor don Campbell of the navy tho sec ond Instance Is Commander Sanders of the navel homo to find placo shooting out tongues of Three of their children who rrerc left at es caped So no human Ufa was Xo clue Is as yet discover ed as to tho cause of the alls for the Thoro Is also a little lake at Legion which provides The wool is then ready fcr loading on the track without qny fur ther handling this clip was sold In by Tho sheen In dustry7 Is proving very profitable at this time with the of mutton and woo where it especially lo j those in the who havo j access to the open range of land Foremost to Theyhaverang e4 sheep between the Kipp and Chin Coulees long before the days of tho homesteader they are no doubt hop that the wild land tax wIH not bs The Ladles Aid ot the FresbvirlMi Church met at thehomo of the presi ot IMs j therewas good considerable was disposed of and oh tbe whole wes good meet ing The neit meeting U to bo atf the home of Mrs W D Henry j A Hard Times was given in school house lent was tiat you were fined rearing jewelry fine even ned fof wearing A good uru was the proceeds to go buying orgaa f Comfort in the Home The Sunshine Furnace chases chills from coldest corners and insures ut most comfort in the home throughout the Dont buy any furnace or heating plant until you have in vestigated the merits of the SUNSHINE FURNACE WINNIPEG VANCOUVER CiJLGARY SASKATOON EDMOHTOK For Sale by THE DIXON SHEET METAL GRASSY LAKE From Our Own Corresoondeiil Grassy and amcs Jcrrjof Sunnyside farm en ertained a few friends Monday cven ng In honor of 31 Kerrys Mrs Charles Scotland Wai left pn tliomldnlght Tues day tor Lillbridge to go to the Wcs eyan Methodist Sunday school pic nic to Crows Nest Thursday or Saskatoon for months Snowden is herefrbrnCayley visiting his Ross of the Union Bank staff has been transferred to Mfdlclne Friends be pleased to hear thai little Georilie Hancock who jvas so severely hurt rscenlly Is homo from the hospital and on the road to com plete Three car loads of sheep shelrers came In from Ixtglon just finished shearing Ihe sheep of and Chin Coulee sheep ranches thai Ike two Me Iho two and liob the big shearing coral at They trail the sheep about twenty thousand ranges around Kings where the hcnlera hare them dnrlng Ihe dry north to where they liartT shearing a cook 2 w6mcn cotiks and cor Lighten the Days Work by that does not use up all the vital powers in an effort to digest Every particle of Shredded Wheat Biscuit is digested and converted into healthy tissue caloric In the present food crisis every housekeeper and mother should demand bread thatis 100 per whole Shredded Wheat Biscuit is made of the whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible Better than or or andcosts much For breakfast or any meal with sliced berries or other Made in GO EAiST IN ABSOLUTE GpMFORT VIA Double Daily Service Route Imperial Limited Canada RbiindtTrip SUMMER EXCURSION RATES from LETHBRIDGE RETURN LIMIT SIXTY DAYS EQUALLY LOW RATES FROM OTHERPOINTS Fulf Jnfolmalion Ask Any Agents of tnr Canadian Pacific Railway Th Worlds Greatcut Highway Out of Business EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AT COST UNTIL CLEARED OUT SEE OUR PRICES ON OPEN STOCK DINNER PATTERNS Corner 4th Avenue and 5lh Street V ;