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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MARVELOUS FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS Different lo Diduiaty Dental Handled by Military Mortals CwmttU.von- Case of Pnv.Me Flynn a Denial Miracle Performed by Rolwits. iVir K-ldifr of cr ma- bleai has JcntAl MMor JtoftrtB. junior aewa to many Kit dental eflfcei attached :o ccmt-akj. tnt Englishwomen Work As Lumbermen" Making Pit Props Ii Is true- Ordinary in die Toronto Uls- fillings, aw a mloDi ol tlict, or Tl" L'nit. ai describe the- irork fey Can- area up m So. l reiumed Brovrrr, ll'ark, This Major Roberts J-, No, M1SIT, ir.c murned aolllrr I'omitA what tuthrrto regarded vrtlh a toothache, presets a Tiry ail- Ui impossible oreratton on feitnl prabWm Tor the dentln Horn jilynn, an Inillrallon. yf the Ihat which Mr. Jcthn Bwvn wiih appreciation or this of would be- tnlUted. i When this jtmnjre dlscov-ry made n Itule over 4 year Military Hojpllils Commission ;monlo- ihai It not iiir >o i Ihe reTiimefl men to 01 "Unary -len- ajid the Canadian Army (al Corps HtablJjhfl ft ier- rice 'or llie hoipltaTs. A perusj.1 nt lie correspondence be- ihv pommlsEJou And chief of Ihe C-A-IXC. ihows tbat II Lba outjet that to ihla not be made In the or- dinary JTSJ-. Only jpfCJalljtj of were canaiderej enough to to ID i F of oew oi Jen til all- ilsslttn'ti worh may be dinwn j iiei slice h'3 new ttelh was Installed i They always come fc. rr !j Bnt Jn the military the dentists have co-oper- aled with the surgeons In devising the splfnts and appliances which have Lo be worn during the lone, trying period whilfi the "bony union" is be- ing effected- The construction of these appliances is a'distinctly den- ial problem, anrt the surgeons have not hesitated to .employ all the-aid dentistry can give them. The case of I'te. Mike Flynn is one of the most remarkable pieces of den- tistry ever achieved. Flynn was a waiter who enlisted with the S3rd nattnllon and received some wounds In hia head which made It necessary (or the overseas surgeons lo remove a portion' of his hard palate about the size of a 50-cent piece. As a. re- sult every .ale'or dranK got A SELF-MICE I GROCERY STORE A J1Piggly Store In Texas Yourself, GO IN A SINGLE FILE Pick Out Packages and Before iKe table Clerk Only, j- MY. neighbor- was .a.matured atuck In that holrfjHc.nad Lo spray Woman, not Old. but SUCDOrt- n evrlncro rorr.nvnl nf "I'm stiong, you see. and It 1 only a. man, Td DO some thing I" "But I "wouldn't that be "ilu nil Sons! and an (nEffahle scorn entered Info tier voice; "I'm too look al me! You HE women, and young glrla of 16, easily are taking on ai once; but tolfl me I was too oldl" AJtter A pause she went on: "My Elster Is working al munitions. She Is Tiol strong Tike I am, but e'ne After Ihol mild explosion, we both fell Into ellence (liat could be she stitched on el -I locked her again. Conscienti- ous.to a fault; strong; good sfglit; matured Judgment; a. good'Government 3lUnlUons in (or ahe would tnahe. >Vo faulty work would no of our brave mtn's llveaF (a the muni- tions record, would she countenance! Uui Ehe was "too find 00 Bhe away nt her trade, an4 judged the Almighty wrong when Hd created her a woman. TTIIOUGJIT 11 over, aecldrfl lo 1 Jnvt-slfgate for myself! I know several munlUon trorJters, one young telr'i of my own, who had riven ft up because- she "Just couldn't ElaM IL" "I uied ID go home and cry, find molhpr encouraso me lo go on, bul H iuel put my nerves all on anij I gave It She waj Iwcnly and looked Btrong and well, but ah? hart not yet learned, .as my older friend had done, lo (Jure hardness." My beH friend lelis me lhal If I dye my hair (which turnefl while through ft nervous ntraln when I was A 1 nol "look my JJiit to n woman who llvctl vigorous life, ha.i traveled and spen nearly .all .her dayj e'sled In her does nol a lime for leaving off or relnx- Ing one'fl efforts, and Ihls ouestlon nol before iroublcd rno, I can work, and have hitherto paid my board, -rcnl, and (axes, and ahead. t not old, but support- ing her two grandchildren and own lillie daughter: Enrely sr. bit, apart -from oulflde BuU.unfori'inately, tnc iour of them neederl food, and che must "gfei out" lt> earn, 1L She'was and do farm work, or nuralng; hut lie- three children hindered either. walte'tl Thing3 at the desks went on In a very leisurely ay. One girl kept the "next one" wailing while she read a personal tlter ot three pages. 'HHow do I knowT' I have been Iralned lo read expression, and It was'a "per- son" aa by law delinoflf not a woman, who wrote that letler! Then the girl went ond had a friendly chat with her friend al (he next desk..find we "nine till ami mj nejghbnr -wished that she was ai horns doing the wa.thing! Atjlist_ my turn came- I hanrted In iny card and Eald that at this trials I would" like lo rto my bit tor my country. My record was years 'at Iralned work tor Inc sann jllon; good power of endur a nee; quick fingers, etc., etc., bu when ihe Government FervanL saw fhoo1 her held, and very Rer.lly and klndl; Enc told me that It was no use. undtr 2V are asking for wonie .o went on. "The wor for -which you art specially Iralne Is usually given by the head lo their personal Au6 'and there Isn't anything, else lha anyone, c-r your age could A attcr-jthought struck her: "Shoul- she get TOP. a position as housekcepe. In a family (douhnoas a graf her own part, on belialf of he own I thought of the Ion MnL ot advcrllsfrmenli every night o women Imploring other women (o Vi !o Jo ihplr hou'cwork for ihem anrl told lhal f need nol "I was merely finding out what they about this Oovem ment Bureau la 1 said, "Mr, I went back lo try nnd mak up for lost UmQ al my for which, fio fnr, I am thankful the only fjualUEciulon needed Ihe capacity to do I1., out with a syringe. The removal of portion of palate' led" notnlne etween the cpe.n 'air and hi? brain, lien his mouln was open.' -HerfcoUld- ot articulate, but talked like an ex- eraely aggravated hare-lip, had only .lecih left, wing Lo hia :ba.d articulation he ould not work al hia trade, and rie ould not masticate or, digest hia j6d.' A seVcre .calarrrial condition ad and poor.IIike was In- eed In a had way. Pte. had six E 111 IRKS, with Major Itoberts In ihe little denial arlor at Central Convalescent Hos- tlal, and went away with tha rentes! dental miracles of the age In .Is mouth. Ilcforo a plate can be made It Is lecessary lo obtain a correct Impros- lon. ot the mouth, and with the roof f the moulh non cat. what are you jolnp to do? Any Ihe roof of the rnDUlh quite naturally passed through Ihls hole nlo the wider apace above, nndplf ft ever hardened ihcro a lingering1 dealh could he prevented only by nn even more eurglcal operation liun iho unfortunate rhan had al- rc-ady submitted to, When you know this and learn that Major Roberts, ntverthelcse, ob- tained an Impression you can. rcallzt .hat he did something! AVUh hia Mrs Impression he made a covering for the holo anu Slifrn look another lm pienalon of the solid rnoulh. The BD cond ImpresflJon was tho basis foi the plale which enabled 1'le- Flynn to drink, talk, sJnff, well as he ever did In hlfl life. Such nn achievement n'as prcvJouly con io be A' GHOCEHY store Jusl openwl In "Houston, will Ite rlncipJe.' N'o cle-rks will .be employed. Tie cualomers will hove to take'and rarry tlieih own merchandise- ompany operating fhe eloro iaj-a hal- the operation rill enable It lo sell the food product onslderablj- under the prevail Ing re all price. The Blorc is known na Ihe Li you L. and rncthotl operation are as follows: A customer enters the white en- meled, screened .store at the south :nd. To her left will he a rack of market linskels. She will tnke one ,hd pass through llnj manoKany lurn- illlc al the led Inlo the first "vrtyple." These are four. In num- >cr, so nrranged that one pofng h'rough EOC9 lirsl lo the far end of he ehclvca through an niale lined on both sides, as high as one 'can com- orlnbly, reach, with package grocor- es, comes back on the.other be- an Ice A SCOTCH TREAT JOCK AlacTAVlSlI and two En- Sllsh friends'-.went out on Lhe on a fishing and It wan agreed lhat the first man to a fish should later sin ml' treat at the inn. As MncTavish'wa's .io be. .the best, fisherman Ifierc- abonta. his friends ,tooK cbnsld-r- able delight In assuring him that he had. as- good, as lost already. "And d'ye said Jock Iti speaKlng ol it afterward, "batlh o' Lhem had a guid'bite, wla E3.e mean they wadna. pu' in. "Then you nsktd the lla- tener. "Oh, no, 1 dldna pit ony Italt on my hook." they will be able to sen'e aa many as 250 customers an >.OUT. The usual grocery have lo employ a ecorc of clerks lo serve so many, nnd Lho dJfferenco In Ihe payroll, the owners of this new dojiarlure say, will come off the selling price of Ihe goods. The promoters of "Tiie Plggly do nol Ihlnk that thulr pa- Impose on their Irusl In them. Of course no ono can iaXo groceries bought al an oilier store. with, them through Ihe There will' be a place ivhcrn IhCBomiv e nntl left npnr Ihe entrance. 4jiy other packages lhal arc Infcon hrough will be subjected to a casual pcctlon at the checker's (leak- ut Chore'Is no more loss expected at self-serving store than llicrc would be at a regular; E What Bobby Forgot LD UOimv had find his rnolhor1 ,wecn more shelves, past tox ot ptrlshnblt Again lo Iho-Tar rnd bclwctn moro-ahSlvcs oC attractive displayed again nnd comes bnck through the fourth "wiggle" lo an aisle .that nar- rows the cuMomcra Inlo single file and takes thorn poal tho chcckcra and cnflhier'3 desk-, ".....r.i- There a cncckcr. takes.; the charge for each Hem on en adding machine, totals ft, puts-the groceries Into etrong sacks lo be carried home, losses Lhe tanned hsnkcrinto a recep- tacle, and p.isrc-a the purchaser on lo the cashier, u-ho ends iho trangar-llon at tha cash reslstcr, end customer i out through tho second lurn- Prket on IT the Icn irirle of ihe "Jflbhy'r ot ilic alorc, hcfora one Gni6n Ihft lurnfitllc Into the .Ijlca may be purchasM Mall. Thts Is prcaldcd over a clerk Iifu. no way yet to j In nn Ico box, passed ivhcn the uyer la Tialfway through the ng self-lined way, there will bo cr .In packages, cgps In dozen and alf dozen carlona, rhecio ready cut nil olher producls. SuRar, flour, etc., will bo ready ached In liags holding KlantJartl mounts. 'Rvcry (irllclo Jn tho sloro will havo rflirk plainly eecn- l brands of'grocerles In both ho cheaper and mors cosily gratica I be on Eale. had a hard lime leaching him "If you please" when he wnnlttl any- thing, One evening at dinner he said; "Mamma) hand mo tho butler." ''If what, UobbyT" une nskcd. I fresh produce.riiifomadcall thts crew {s rr up of. a manager, n'cap.hlcor', ft. chcckc or two during niRhos, nnd a porVt The owners of "The PlKgly Wujgly Ray bo able lo Mve'rrtOrio: "Why, If you can reach IV was Ihrjfind so cul hrlficn {o Uip flutrft Wftl reply. i U c'rciT 0T only f4ut'or ffvc tlity FI; CANADIAN DAY AT BUFFALO BAZAAR Our War Eihjbjlion. Was Fea- ture of. Big American. Allied Exposition. By x. H. c. 1KB a elorlhcu fair the great corgloroemlion .of light J color, sprang Inio being at a touch' ot. the' uutio'n by-'Mr. Archer Landon. of Ihe ChamLer ol Commerce, when the, American Allied ition and Uazaor at Buffalo was declared- open, May -Z3, Lo conllnuc- for 11 days, the proceed a Lo be di- vided among the .Tvnr auffcrera of the different allied counties. The ex- position was held hi the Uroadway Auditorium, and tfi'c space divided among the countries accord- g to tho size and Imporlancc, encN vision belli if In chaige of women of s own nationality, and LO each coun- y was assigned a day when the- wo- ion In charge were responsible for he day's program. The eight W.IB an one, with flags of nil nn- ons ilmped slile by altlo in tho quid bcnciilh a, doiric.of Stars antl tripes, women ot all nationalities together, anil the of oodivJll prevail ing ]Jy 10 happy forethought of sonic one rla Cay waa 'pj-oolnlmMl Cnn- dlan Day, and ono Jtntw nt a glnnce CANAMAW AMTKEM JTJOGBSTBD by JUDM to- Ami .eara our gnudouf Klnsr, onff live our nobW> KlnF, God.Mve the KfrnTt Mm and giorlouB, us, God the -XJng -nelicMwri For the right ill vlih untie, In freedom's causo. et, band In hanilj will for Justice ttlflnri, For In every Innd And rlshtcsoua lava. wo-flags, red, ftnil Two DalloiiK Rroal and tnie, Happy nnrl free; Ono to f awakcnlng ahnrednlloii. "Pray d; nol to ask If there la anylhlni you would like to know." "fio fiood ot chirruped thclftdj 'f wish you would -fell nic what bran' of Maektead you Jro ihat nrc Jcl Inln the flooi (ho same wort of Ihlnp3 n (hcni to sliine half iso Wo na Iliey were blended In that great allied picture; .then' orie looked at Old Rlory and. felt ns if-Uncle Snm wcro our uncle, ami'wanted to tcH Im so., Tlut the Canadiiin Wnr ICxIilbdfon, made one .fcel.'stlll inora ncutcly tba klndrcdahip of.natlor.s. On cnlerlnjr the room where .this exhibition waft" housed one got somewhat, of a shocfc lo come face lo.fncc with soltllcr In tinlform- lalii whose painful in artillery limp tohl Ihri I li.ippy c.itccm our cousins i when Iho eye look In Iho wha Ohl cauty nnd elzc of. the CanaJJ.in-Jl- Jafon, which was subdivided Into len ooths whcroln were sold fill the dm mod Hies peculiar'lo Ihe modern In charge of this division vcrc srrs.'K. J, .McAJplnc, daUffhlCr f Mr. .1. P. Ktetra'rt, Ilam'lllon, nnd Irs. A. T. DqlJlpIantc, aaahtcj by .1 lumber of other Indlcs o( Canadian flrlli or ancestry living In JJuffalo, "llorc'fl the lng l.Vfly. "Thd'flrsl Bllnipsc you (a 'WAS llh (fritfi Ono l slory of hlller flghllng, 'and' two' vales" hccau-'JC, previous lo lha Unlled Slalca entering (.'nnf; a (Han men In. Uniform -were- nol al-, loivcd lo enter tlic llcintbllc, and can only ilo so now by Bpcclal Hut; these men were sent, over IB of'llio exhibit.' The walls were covered with rultlng nnd olHc'r posters collected, n Canada nnd overseas, Including he original order bt tlw GqremmcnL to mobilize, "officially. 1pnodT nnd the proclamallon con-; cirinlng KdKh Cavcll lo death elgned >y. Von Blsslng. Amond .Ihe vvrar; rophica were parl ol n liils if glass Irorp Iho roac .window ai' Ihclm-H Cnlhcdral dating fr6m Ihe, hlrfccnlh century, a piece of ft clocli. from Rermalze-lca-nalnes, tha machine gun cnpliirod by iillans nnd prcacnlccl Lo Govprnmcnflty; the KlngV n nd tl farlhcr, and closed ono's cyc.i open them nn-J Imagine for an InflUnt that Ham -haJ run over'lo'Canad'n'aiid gol (He loan nf ihe Government's National Kxhl- iltlon Hftzaar. And BO no hud, 'or Iho GovcrniAcnL hnd nent warn- pica o of nil klndn nnd llg own Jipcclal decorator to Irlm the lioolha x rinly he can. do It. llfriVUn wcr6 of Canadian scenery nrnonK1 Ihc'mpunlnlna, l.i irnl rlvera., Ana one of Lho cnler- slnR lad (on of tho division had coma over (o Toronto and beguiled ono'fif. ihd Blofos In'lo eupplylntf Ilio il anil nnollicr inlo Iht electric, llffht. butba, which matio HiC picture, f hi Mnr'fc nnS in colorot llehU nlso n lonn'.' Ouo looket ii' taken nerlal'-.bombs artel v 'forn'Ocrmnn prisoners, nHfl Clcrman >lcturo post cnrds, ono of which bore iho Jegcnd "Kitchener's contemptible I guests', cf the dni' were: lion, Tlodolphe Jyemlfctnr, for> mcr I'oslmaslcr-Gcncral of Canada; 7J. nen'jell, WJrcctor of and r. J. Slfcwarl, M.P.'ir DkiHeLooklt? "JIMMY'S moilier Kr.d lol'il liiw tfy slay near1 llic window and walcH (or UiiS hfldft and groftm nnd cdma and tell hcf when lip them Ing, hlft Af'.or willing for some llmfl pallcncfr TVfiii rewarded, bill h6 ;