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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915 PACE SIX CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED Ask Your Grocer for Crystal Brand Creamery Butter. It is the Best Fresh Butter that is Made in Lethbridge. IIEUVHI! 'J'O ALL PARTS 01- THE CUT purvevors of Pure Pasteurized Milk and Cream And Buttermilk And Manufacturers of Crystal Brand Creamery Butter and Carlyle's Ice Cream 1 AST K (Mil ZED MILK in Sterile 13 1'or Xvn C'KEAM of the best- quality. per quart f> emirs; 1 TO per gallon................... 1 1CEO.HEAM. delivered, packed' in (M OC ice. per quart per gallon..-. iDI.Lu M' fhex-heapesi and best: Butler on the market. Try Carlyle's De- licious Ice Cream For Your Dessert. Phone 1576 and We Will Suggest something to please WK mOLIVIvK TO AUv 1'AJITS OK THE CITY >r R 311 LK IS OBTAINED FKOM. THJEMQST SAS1TABY IX THE Hi 1 >G E. QVfiTT.-Ai.m-' PAfiTP.UETZATlOy BEFORE WE IETTHT FOE HUMAxToxsuMPTiox. THIS PAS- TEUUnTIOy LEAVES THE Ml LK A 0 L 1J :TEI.Y F. FllOM ALL LIVING DISEASE GERMS PHONE 1576 And We Will Call XPMTHEB THE QUALITY NOB TH KI TEYOFR H E A Nr FRESH BUTTERMILK DAILY A MOST DELICIOUS Crystal Ice Cream Always The Same THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED 1 13Th Sir 6th Avenue South, fjystai Brand Creamery Finest Quality Butter Archie Pittard. well known member of the -Mounted Police force, stationed at Milk River, and other southern points, has been wounded at the I trout, according to word received by Ibis brother, E. P. Pittard, of the C. j P R He left last fall with the re- servists, and rejoined his regiment. I the 60th Royal Field Artillery at i Woolwich. He has been engaged as signaller for directing tile fire of the big guns ever since Christmas. in a hase-iiospUal. RE D R O 8 E jnguish and have murderous instincts every time 1 hear it. It runs: We cracked 'em on. the. Marne, bent Tem on tbe-Aisne; We gave them liell at Neuve Chap- elle, And here we are again! Hello, Hello! And here we are again! difficult indeed to exaggerat te in the I the joy-bells of Berlin rang out 'Hill Uent that (he whole truth is One reads the comforting- item: i efficacious antidote has been 13 j again. P Tonigh't is qui I a chance- that I ieter. so there is just may get this finished i the death" or "a man reeling liis life's ebbing, and is still content, bur. To Improve Expression Ay Well As Complexion i j usually a has spread himself j 'have the news of. the otit ou the. subject. "As regards this particular .engage- I nient, I notice that already the world is in possession of the main facts. The tale has been well and truly told. As j 'an eye-witness, and. in a degree, a par- J "At the moment we are most cou- ticipator in that glorious struggle, all i cerned about the German that I mav a'ld is an aooreciation. by The experiences of many Canadian soldiers will have reached you betore now. Some reports from your Cauad- Iierimentat stage. "Xow for hard facts, and if this gets past the Censor, he is a more charit- ,nw mam- aWe Person than 1 suspected. Four Lusitama. We don t know how mauj n liin px lives are lost; yet ei'en if all were saved, it is still a beastly business. Gas Horror his "Canadian ample evidence the British Tommy comrade. We have -----------..._...--------- _.. tliat the Germans used for this attack iaa soldiers may have given yon his new youth of the idea of exaggeration. fbnt it would be country, imbued with enthusiasm, de- j sire and belief in their ability to con- quer. How fortunate for us that on the spot was a force equally youthful, equally enthusiastic and absolute'iy biirsting for such an opportunity. I am not going say that a British di- vision would not have done the job just as well. A long and bitter experi- "All this reads most borriblu. ihave no doubt bin it is just the simple .truth. Arpill without coating. ..lornings ago. a hiU. which even now j Revereiice of. Eton might have .rter.oo'S, round but the county of one is in some way connected with our feline nets, while j words-of our Cockney cook: the other battalion, although intan- j nOt never walking. The wind ing favorable, and the gallant "To bed, ere Tnr tempted to start Vo' face Is really beautiful that lack! expression. Do you realise that coattouft, of powders and creams tends to spoil pliancy of skin and elasticity of oapres- slon? Wliy not (jirifc cosmftlitM, use thing better, which won't clot' porei or make the skin dry, paflty or Ordinary niercotized was ferently. from any cosmetic.. fiflly improves any complexion, Sivintf M sklnf view a leas complexion delicately beautiful aiW yorflhful. Kvery dniRRiat has thin ft is seldom mure than an ounce It is spread on nightly like cold ereaK and washed off mornings. In a "A two the transformation Is cotnpfere, Wrinkles do not of course tm expression. Noither do tho pasty anna many use to eradicate them. A treat- ment free from all objection bs dissolving 1 oz. powdered aaaollte in H nint witch hazel use as a wash lotion This MoS nSoTM even the most obatinwl "DAMON AND PYTHIAS'' IS MASTERPIECE OF DRAMATIC ART "The superb production of "Damon and which was given its first showing at the 'Majestic last night, easily came up to the advance notices concerning it, for it. is assur- etiiy the greatest motion picture spec- tacle ever filled. Over two thousand people take part in the action of the -play, which reauires hundreds of spe- ciaily constructed for its ac- tion." After witnessing the films, one can readily understand that, thousands of dollars must have- been expended before the production was perfected. ".Taken on the whole. "Damon and Pythias" is the best motion picture ever brought to Lethbridge, and is honestly well worthy of the patronage of every lover of true dramatic art. The final showings will be given to- night at 8.00 and 9.30. i. -i enoe has taught us the necessity for! Canadians Oinke I error Uareful preparation. The euns might i been retaken with, fewer losses, FR'bar" FRONT I Question much whether we ,______.1 would nave struck such hffJy terror 'into the Teuton son] as did the Can- adians. The parallel of this engage- my I itop. and niefuJIy consider his ways. Such is the value of yo.un Commends Canadians last letter, I was anxious to say something really good and true g about your first Canadian contingent. w There "is an understood, though un- written, law, which lays down that nothing detailed may he said of any blood here and now, even if, unfort- unately, a good deal of it be spilt. a shorthand expert, secured a verba- tim copy, and, although I am bursting to shove it across to the Berwick Jour- nal as an incentive to recruiting, the speech must remain in my pocket- hook until some official writer (who is operation official hie-wlk Gets on Nerves has had 'first knock.' Sir .lohnj "May five most strenuous French made our brigade a great com- days I resume. Really this second bat- pllmentary speech after the Hill 60 tie of Y-----r. is beginning to get on affair. I carefully chose a position for everyone's nerves. Things were lively round here last October and Novem- ber. You will recollect that our cas- ualties were officially estimated at This latest turn-up bids fair to out-do even that tough experience. Attack, repulse, north, now east, now at this point, advancing at that. A sorely-battered brigade is withdrawn for a rest and replaced by fresh troops. The weary ones have scarcely removed their accoutrements, when the most destestahle sound of the war is of the motor cyclist. The goggled devil stops opposite our lines: 'Battalion will march to square N and await a wail from the Adjutant's dug-out: 'Sergeant-Major, is sue orders for the battalion to fall in at off we go again. Three weeks ago we were all sing- ing a ditty, which by reason of its very hss nince become most experience acute SEAL BRAND COFFEE not because it is Made in Canada, but because it is the equal of coffee made in any country. Quality "The look-outs ou the hill noticed j first at ai'i a suspitous haxfi in front of the Gc-nmui parapet. 'Good Lord, I Hastily every one in the! trench 'A'as warned. All donned the! ['efficacious antidote' (a chemically j pad of cotton wool, four inches j and ironically termed a MUIIX-j ixle'j, and every one was thus [irepar- j fid for the onslaught. j "The haze became a mist antl the j mist a ro'iling i'og four feet high. Eyes .began to water ;uid smart uncomfort-} j ably, and the fog rolled on. j "In case my writing is not suffici- f jently descriptive, lust ask your wife I I to throw a handful of chloride of lime j i in your face. That should givo you a f I fairlEli idea of tiie preliminary stages of the gas trouble. "And tiie fog rolled on. Breathing berame difficult At first this caused a they not the offi- cial antidote? Blood-shot eyes shot, rapid pathetic questions: Why does Corporal Jones turn blue in the face-? Why does Tom Brown suddenly i snatch the pad from his lips, and, icreaming, throw himself down in the trench? Alas, it is a'il too soon ap- parent that the muzzle is not. anti-dot- ing a penn'orth, 'And then the debacle. 'Various conditions in warfare call for various degrees of courage. There is (possibly the least of all) the cour- age oE action which compels a man to climb over the parapet of his trench and move out over entablements of all kinds, under :v hail of bullets, with a fixed bayonet and a fixed determina- tion to shove that, bayonet hill-deep In a German stomach. There is the cour- age of inaction which compels a man to sit still in an altogether, inade- quate dug-out while high-explosive shells are ploughing up the ground on the left of him, tho right of him, and beyond him. Hut the man is not born whose cou rage can com pel h I m t o stand and face suffocation. Blue-fac- ed, staring, staggering men broke from their trenches, and once more- Keep Down Fuel Your kerosene tractor can be run more economically if you use SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE Leading manufacturers of kerosene en- gines recommend Silver Star because it is an absolutely reliable engine kerosene. It is clean burning and powerful. Shut-, downs and delays arc avoided when you use this standard fuel. PREMIER GASOLINE is a straight distilled fuel for gasoline tractors. It is a uniform reliable. Clean. Powerful. Bring your tank wagon to one of our ilis-'s tributing stations and buy direct. It will save you money. Brwck Slaliont ThrMlflixit the Donuiion THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited Made in Canada ;